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  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • great part of mankind today is already under the control, from one
    • preserved into our own time — but not, for the most part, at all
    • the Jewish element out of which Christianity evolved partially, at all
    • really possible to understand the particular way in which the Christ
    • times. But if you ask yourself what in particular has become
    • materialistic, you must receive the answer: a great part of modern
    • a great part of modern Christian theology succumbs when it no longer
    • will help us to find the right position in regard to the part played by
    • minds down here, will particularly employ in order to make his
    • another. You need only look at all the conflicting parties that exist
    • party opinions. A man who does not look deeper but simply lets himself
    • be accepted into a certain party-circle — by reason of his education,
    • party into which he has slipped, as he says. And then — then he
    • fights against someone else who has slipped into another party! And
    • partial truths become a pan of life and cause the most horrible
    • arrogance is expressed, for the most part, in this apparent humility,
    • particularly as it is taught today, is not a path to Christ; it is a
    • Gospel works upon him it is particularly clear how this leads at last
  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • great part of mankind today is already under the control, from one
    • preserved into our own time — but not, for the most part, at all
    • the Jewish element out of which Christianity evolved partially, at all
    • really possible to understand the particular way in which the Christ
    • times. But if you ask yourself what in particular has become
    • materialistic, you must receive the answer: a great part of modern
    • a great part of modern Christian theology succumbs when it no longer
    • will help us to find the right position in regard to the part played by
    • minds down here, will particularly employ in order to make his
    • another. You need only look at all the conflicting parties that exist
    • party opinions. A man who does not look deeper but simply lets himself
    • be accepted into a certain party-circle — by reason of his education,
    • party into which he has slipped, as he says. And then — then he
    • fights against someone else who has slipped into another party! And
    • partial truths become a pan of life and cause the most horrible
    • arrogance is expressed, for the most part, in this apparent humility,
    • particularly as it is taught today, is not a path to Christ; it is a
    • Gospel works upon him it is particularly clear how this leads at last
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • hesitation ... to depart from the plan of circulating this printed
    • it encompasses not only what is historical but also in part the
    • jurisprudence, all outer compartmentalization, all the prose of life,
    • his building, in his temple. The following parts of the sentence would
    • speak, something takes place in the upper part of his being, as a
    • result of the activity of his lower part, which is a consequence of
    • the spiritual cosmos. By being born on a particular day of the year we
    • the form of an axiomatic truth or as part of an axiomatic truth. Thus
    • a concrete experience was represented with a part of the primal
    • was made with a unit. And by splitting the unit into two parts one had
    • to the sixth part of what was to be learned — from geometry to music.
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • hesitation ... to depart from the plan of circulating this printed
    • it encompasses not only what is historical but also in part the
    • jurisprudence, all outer compartmentalization, all the prose of life,
    • his building, in his temple. The following parts of the sentence would
    • speak, something takes place in the upper part of his being, as a
    • result of the activity of his lower part, which is a consequence of
    • the spiritual cosmos. By being born on a particular day of the year we
    • the form of an axiomatic truth or as part of an axiomatic truth. Thus
    • a concrete experience was represented with a part of the primal
    • was made with a unit. And by splitting the unit into two parts one had
    • to the sixth part of what was to be learned — from geometry to music.
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • splitting water into two parts. It's no argument against monism when
    • research. A large part of the preparation for spiritual research
    • become aware that the seed, the essential part of a new plant, is
    • they take part in every epoch.
    • comfortable than to think that we have each been part of every
    • of the senses to calculate the course of the stars and the particular
    • for the earth's whole future. Spiritual science shows us particularly
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    • splitting water into two parts. It's no argument against monism when
    • research. A large part of the preparation for spiritual research
    • become aware that the seed, the essential part of a new plant, is
    • they take part in every epoch.
    • comfortable than to think that we have each been part of every
    • of the senses to calculate the course of the stars and the particular
    • for the earth's whole future. Spiritual science shows us particularly
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy as a Substance of Life and Feeling
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    • following words spoken by the departed one. (This is a concrete case.)
    • The departed one will speak to him as follows: “I have left my
    • imagine it without the sunshine shed over it by the partner of my
    • the answer: there is no language in common between the departed and
    • perceived by the departed soul lives within the soul who has remained
    • upon the earth. What can be perceived by the departed soul is spiritual
    • this soul, these thoughts may be perceived by the departed soul, even
    • passed through death the departed souls are only able to perceive one
    • visible to the souls of the departed. If they have strewn out love
    • have departed, we must bear in mind the following things. Very little
    • outside. But this is only the very least part of what is contained in
    • every day at 8 a.m. One day you discover that on that particular
    • garage with a roof supported by columns. On that particular day on
    • postpone his departure. The Titanic was sunk, and so this man
    • restricted to these particular cases, it may occur in many ways. Men will
    • world, yet only a small part of all this becomes real in our world of
    • of a departed one; he should then harbour anthroposophical thoughts,
    • for the departed soul will understand these thoughts, even if he has
    • person is an anthroposophist, the departed one will in that case be
    • anthroposophist has read to a departed friend, particularly to one
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  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy as a Substance of Life and Feeling
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    • following words spoken by the departed one. (This is a concrete case.)
    • The departed one will speak to him as follows: “I have left my
    • imagine it without the sunshine shed over it by the partner of my
    • the answer: there is no language in common between the departed and
    • perceived by the departed soul lives within the soul who has remained
    • upon the earth. What can be perceived by the departed soul is spiritual
    • this soul, these thoughts may be perceived by the departed soul, even
    • passed through death the departed souls are only able to perceive one
    • visible to the souls of the departed. If they have strewn out love
    • have departed, we must bear in mind the following things. Very little
    • outside. But this is only the very least part of what is contained in
    • every day at 8 a.m. One day you discover that on that particular
    • garage with a roof supported by columns. On that particular day on
    • postpone his departure. The Titanic was sunk, and so this man
    • restricted to these particular cases, it may occur in many ways. Men will
    • world, yet only a small part of all this becomes real in our world of
    • of a departed one; he should then harbour anthroposophical thoughts,
    • for the departed soul will understand these thoughts, even if he has
    • person is an anthroposophist, the departed one will in that case be
    • anthroposophist has read to a departed friend, particularly to one
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  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture I: The uniform plan of World History. The Confluence of three spiritual streams in the Bhagavad Gita.
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    • the fact that separate individuals now feel the need of taking part in
    • and those Grecian times tower forth in a particular way. At the
    • Now let us turn back to old India. Apart from other less important
    • but as three parts flowing harmoniously into one organism, as if they
    • the unity of the world, of the fact of man's being within a part of
    • expression of knowledge. In accepting the Veda-Word the best part of
    • Veda-Books; those who mastered these books took part in the creative
    • particular the study of these material forms that we find in the
    • forms, but it particularly studies the outer forms, which appear as
    • particular place, about cosmic development, which can be expressed in
    • no longer there? How can the soul take part in spiritual life if that
    • in the Vedas it is revealed. That is one part of the Krishna teaching.
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture II: The basis of knowledge of the Gita, the Veda, Sankhya, Yoga.
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    • which for the present cycle of humanity is divided into three parts:
    • spiritual soul-part of man, the Spirit-Man, will, to be sure, only be
    • particular part of the external world. The organs of sight perceive
    • particular province of that world. Now even our ordinary language
    • collective sense which does not belong to the department of any one
    • senses the soul takes a part in them — of bringing what we get
    • believes he gives the soul-part, whereas the Sankhya philosophy knows
    • soul-principle. Thus he no longer clearly distinguishes the soul-part
    • Therefore, even Aristotle himself in speaking of the soul part no
    • the Jesuit, Joseph Dahlmann; but that in different parts of ancient
    • in the North Eastern part of India human nature was such that it
    • gifted human nature in the different parts of India; and only because
    • world as in the inmost part of the soul, that which as Unity is the
    • What attracts us particularly to the Bhagavad Gita is the clear and
    • absolutely part of the religion of those old times that he who
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture III: The union of the three streams in the Christ Impulse, the Teaching of Krishna.
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    • the head, that his heart has no part in it — his soul is empty.
    • and this external difference acts upon the soul in every part of these
    • if we allow even one part of the Gita to work upon us; and by reading
    • particularly prominent; others in whom the forces of the intellectual
    • or mind-soul are more particularly active; others in whom the forces
    • something inspired by Manas plays a part, and so on. These differences
    • putting him over others, perhaps by giving him the part of a leader,
    • he would be designated by dwelling especially on the essential part of
    • expressed itself in him in that particular incarnation. Suppose that
    • in a particular man what was most specially expressed was that he felt
    • consideration when this significant part was expressed. Everything
    • humanity as the deepest part of his being, which every man can dimly
    • deeds which he must first of all accomplish in this particular
    • at the same time is a looker-on at these deeds, which has no part in
    • look on, and go my own way, and take no part in that in which I take
    • part, because I have become a looker-on. That is the teaching of
    • reach of them, expresses in words drawn from the deepest parts of his
  • 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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    • into the human soul was slowly prepared, particularly in such a way as
    • part, therefore, in this sense does the Mystery of Golgotha play in
    • parts; man thought much more by means of the other parts of his
    • etheric body. The etheric body of the head is the least perfect part
    • body as the really active part of him; he felt as though he stretched
    • descendants, the ancestors who have taken no part in the new. Thus we
    • was etheric, but knowledge was acquired through the part of the
    • between the spirit and the more external soul-part. In this epoch
    • enthusiasm; in such a way that one knows he took part in it himself,
    • had to take a personal part in it. Therefore he does not describe in
    • is this? Because Krishna only gives his instructions to one particular
    • undisturbed. Thus we have a particular sort of transformation which
    • individual part of the soul of every man. The Sankhya philosophy only
    • says of this that there is an individual soul-part which is related
    • form. But this soul-part is not itself affected by the external forms;
    • part of the soul, and what were formerly material spirits grow into
    • more deeply into that which plays its part in the nature of the soul,
    • are shown the human soul. It dwells in its bodily part, in its
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture V: The spiritual nature of Maya. Krishna - the Light-Halo of Christ. The Risen One.
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    • general. Therefore the style of the Epistles of St. Paul, apart from
    • others as prophets, a third part as teachers, a fourth as miraculous
    • exhausted, for we know in part, and we prophesy in part, but when that
    • which is perfect is come, then that which is in part shall be done
    • now is my knowledge in part, but then I shall know completely, even as
    • been moved in the deepest part of their being by the Christ-Impulse.
    • spiritual world, possessed of their own particular individuality,
    • to begin with one may not have belonged to any particular creed.
    • soul-deeply into our own souls; for they express an important part of
    • actually lives that part of man that has not entered into human
    • soul-nature which incarnated in Adam's body, there was a human part, a
    • into two parts. The one part, the one descendant of the common soul,
    • kept back in the soul world; it did not therefore take part in the
    • particular human knowledge or science, but bearing the divine wisdom
    • up not being particularly gifted for what can be learnt externally. We
    • was he able to see Him in the particular way he did? At this point we
    • that played a part under the name of Theosophy, be eradicated, if now,
    • serve that purpose. For these reasons this particular course of
  • Title: Lecture: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • with free and impartial eyes.
    • soul is dependent upon the fact of your having been born in a particular
    • town on a particular day. Suppose that you had not been born on that day,
    • pains to prove that in the course of time some particular portion of the Bible
    • will lead back to the Bible. And Spiritual Science, apart from everything
  • Title: Lecture: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • with free and impartial eyes.
    • soul is dependent upon the fact of your having been born in a particular
    • town on a particular day. Suppose that you had not been born on that day,
    • pains to prove that in the course of time some particular portion of the Bible
    • will lead back to the Bible. And Spiritual Science, apart from everything
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • When man is studied by modern scientific thinking, one part only of
    • not considered to be part and parcel of the organism itself. The
    • constituents are to be considered as an integral part or member of the
    • particular significance.
    • — we should find in registering the warmth in the different parts
    • becomes an integral part of us. In our aeriform organism we actually
    • process within us. Similarly, a destructive, partially destructive,
    • asserts itself in a particular metamorphosis — namely, what we
    • imparts what lives within it to the air, and we become aware of what
    • man and of how everything that is around us participates in our
    • which in waking life we have driven out through our Ego which is part
    • dreaming is a form of knowledge. It is a particular form of physical
    • particularly sensitive people present very exact reflections of the
    • organic conditions, dreamless sleep imparts to us the consciousness of
    • partially and transiently, connected with our own life of soul —
    • all due to the fact that only one part of the body is taken
    • — one part of the soul.
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • built, or only very inadequately built, particularly in the science
    • pervades the whole human organism, pervades every part of it. The
    • air-organism, it imparts to it something that I can only call a
    • source of light. Sources of light, as it were, are imparted to
    • our fluid organism, tone was kindled which now becomes part of
    • [e.Ed: Particularly by Aristarchos of Samos, the Greek
    • wanted to impart these truths to the world and was then brought to his
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • is nothing but will. I have laid particular emphasis on this in the
    • the will. When does the will present itself with particular clarity
    • part of our manhood, but also means something in the cosmos. Think of
    • it — a man is born in a particular year; before then he was in
    • different direction, rising up from parts of his organism other than
    • Those who on the basis of some particular conception of the world
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • most historians today concede that World War II was in part caused by
    • broke up into two parts, one of which disappeared behind the Iron
    • visible will be a particularly important artistic task and you will
    • tradition. In part, these legends refer generally to ancient pagan
    • are particularly suited by their karmas, pass into an extraordinary
    • is a time when the karma of a particular individual can facilitate
    • whole once possessed but was later forced to abandon. We must in part
    • cleanse Western culture of the luciferic remnants and in part we must
    • we partake in our nationality, because then we are immersed in our
    • It is a Frenchman's particular trait that he is especially persistent
    • impressions come from the debates among various political parties in
    • the St. Petersburg Duma. Representatives of these parties uttered,
    • forth as part of the music of the spheres through ether bodies that
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • most historians today concede that World War II was in part caused by
    • broke up into two parts, one of which disappeared behind the Iron
    • visible will be a particularly important artistic task and you will
    • tradition. In part, these legends refer generally to ancient pagan
    • are particularly suited by their karmas, pass into an extraordinary
    • is a time when the karma of a particular individual can facilitate
    • whole once possessed but was later forced to abandon. We must in part
    • cleanse Western culture of the luciferic remnants and in part we must
    • we partake in our nationality, because then we are immersed in our
    • It is a Frenchman's particular trait that he is especially persistent
    • impressions come from the debates among various political parties in
    • the St. Petersburg Duma. Representatives of these parties uttered,
    • forth as part of the music of the spheres through ether bodies that
  • Title: Lecture: The Concepts of Original Sin and Grace
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    • some particular wish may be expressed in the form of a question
    • Lucifer, man became a sinner with one part of his being — the part
    • transmission and imparted itself to the hereditary qualities — which
    • being able to speak in the ordinary sense of moral wrong on our part,
    • merit on his part. These two things belong together. The best way of
    • what actually underlies some particular action of a human being. Yet
    • have no creative power. When reference is made to the part played by
    • the Christ to ourselves. Our ego plays a part in what we do or
    • significant mission, particularly in our time. For true as it is that
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    • some particular wish may be expressed in the form of a question
    • Lucifer, man became a sinner with one part of his being — the part
    • transmission and imparted itself to the hereditary qualities — which
    • being able to speak in the ordinary sense of moral wrong on our part,
    • merit on his part. These two things belong together. The best way of
    • what actually underlies some particular action of a human being. Yet
    • have no creative power. When reference is made to the part played by
    • the Christ to ourselves. Our ego plays a part in what we do or
    • significant mission, particularly in our time. For true as it is that
  • Title: Lecture: Esoteric Studies: Cosmic Ego and Human Ego
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    • as playing its part within so short a time as the post-Atlantean
    • particularly high development. So we can say that up to the fourth
    • Thou Spirit-Self within me ... but we shall say: I, partaker in a
    • which is a part of me in the same way as my sheaths, which I have from
    • experiences of this man, who on his part is thus furthering his own
    • the basis of spiritual science. Apart from the poorly translated
    • the objection is justified that particular spirits, Luciferic spirits,
    • unfoldment during the Moon evolution, they developed on their part
  • Title: Lecture: Esoteric Studies: Cosmic Ego and Human Ego
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    • as playing its part within so short a time as the post-Atlantean
    • particularly high development. So we can say that up to the fourth
    • Thou Spirit-Self within me ... but we shall say: I, partaker in a
    • which is a part of me in the same way as my sheaths, which I have from
    • experiences of this man, who on his part is thus furthering his own
    • the basis of spiritual science. Apart from the poorly translated
    • the objection is justified that particular spirits, Luciferic spirits,
    • unfoldment during the Moon evolution, they developed on their part
  • Title: Lecture: Conscience and Wonder as Indications of Spiritual Vision in the Past and in the Future
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    • received, taken in and imparted out of clairvoyant investigation.
    • investigated and imparted out of clairvoyant knowledge will be able to
    • occurs in a dream, we take part in it without feeling any wonder at
    • amazement of ordinary life, there is nothing particular in it other
    • according to scientific investigation, every particle of the wolf's
    • weight because it is not a part of myself.
    • that these two weights belonged to the human being as a part of his
    • hands, a part of his entire being. If however it were later forced to
    • pay particular heed to these things, and therefore devote more
  • Title: Lecture: Conscience and Wonder as Indications of Spiritual Vision in the Past and in the Future
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    • received, taken in and imparted out of clairvoyant investigation.
    • investigated and imparted out of clairvoyant knowledge will be able to
    • occurs in a dream, we take part in it without feeling any wonder at
    • amazement of ordinary life, there is nothing particular in it other
    • according to scientific investigation, every particle of the wolf's
    • weight because it is not a part of myself.
    • that these two weights belonged to the human being as a part of his
    • hands, a part of his entire being. If however it were later forced to
    • pay particular heed to these things, and therefore devote more
  • Title: Lecture: Introductory Lecture. Winter Session, 1911-1912
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    • meanwhile, particularly about activities which have by no means been
    • somewhere, and those who participate in them must realise — in
    • and the inner aspects of these activities may have been particularly
    • part of actual life, and take practical effect there. It was
    • What is particularly striking in these Munich gatherings is the steady
    • rooms — quite apart from the details of which I spoke at the
    • does not cover these particular truths, which are connected with the
    • particularly interested in occult research concerning the Being of
    • In Oriental occultism — apart from its very highest Initiates who
    • particular importance happened 105 years after Jeschu ben Pandira had
  • Title: Lecture: Evidences of Bygone Ages In Modern Civilisation
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    • ”Owing to what has happened now, I can reach a particular stage
    • indicated that this particular process of evolution had been preceded
    • order to become part of Earth-humanity. Thus when a man in Atlantean
    • some particular people belonging to the Post-Atlantean age, the
    • civilisation has its particular mission. Human beings who rightly
    • Post-Atlantean, Christian culture has imparted to the soul. Weaklings,
    • untruth, as every one who has taken part in our work well knows; and
    • times, all that people will be able to say of our particular work is that many
  • Title: Lecture: 'Chance' and Present-day Consciousness. An Easter Meditation
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    • generally and in particulars, there is hardly anything more intolerant
    • and the sciences ... if that has come to pass, these particular
    • consciousness, will become an integral part of man's being. But all
    • and the symbolical characters in the Second Part of Faust!” That
    • of the Spiritual, the Spiritual of which man, too, is part. The
    • It is really cowardice on the part of science to accept the factor of
    • of what has already been imparted to mankind but remains more or less
    • foregone conclusion that this particular section would have been trusted to
  • Title: Lecture: The Forces of the Human Soul and Their Inspirers. Kalewala: The Epic
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    • particular interest, as I myself discovered. When the Kalewala came
    • Helsingfors and will be spoken of in other parts of Europe too. But
    • occult content of the Folk-Epics, with particular reference to the
    • Mystery of Golgotha took place during this particular period of the
    • particular religious opinions. Men's minds will be directed to the
    • place at that particular age, as a study of Spiritual Science will
  • Title: Lecture: The Idea of Reincarnation and Its Introduction Into Western Culture
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    • being — the single individual — participates in this general
    • recent times, but also to play a real part in the whole evolutionary
    • remains, in order again to take part in what Earth-existence has later
    • the blessings and high lights of one particular epoch, this most
    • development and human progress. Let us illustrate this by a particular
    • painted fewer pictures of these particular events. When we look at the
    • consciousness on the part of human beings, but that they were already
    • to discern — apart from the actual content of the poem — something
    • says that something happens to the Cross, indicating what part the
  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of the Earth
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    • call “conscience” played no part; there were only
    • Theosophical Movement cannot be said to have reached any particularly
    • part of the face will have to express a power whose outstreaming rays
    • that part of the brain; it will not be a “thinker's” brow
  • Title: Lecture: The Signature of Human Evolution The Advancing Individuality
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    • the reason why every Temple is dedicated to one particular God. And
    • all vision departed from them and darkness spread over their souls.
    • best that was in him, but so enclosed within his particular sphere of
    • which it was his particular mission to bring into manifestation at
    • know, too, that it is part of spiritual development not only to
  • Title: Lecture: Consciousness, Memory, Karma
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    • possession, part of your own, personal “estate.” Memories
    • What is imparted in this way to the outer world during a man's
    • The ether-body is too intimately and fundamentally part of the whole
    • as I have said, an action becomes part of and works as an influence in
  • Title: Lecture: Form-creating Forces
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    • remembrances remain part of him; his consciousness, obviously, has
    • between the faces of the children and between the other parts of the
    • or the limits of any particular territory, in connection with human
    • particular race. The deeper connection of Theosophy with the actual
    • At the beginning of Earth-evolution, the human being was part of a
    • have heard what an important part certain forces play in the
    • olden times been an affair of one or another particular centre of
    • of World-Teachers — and this quite apart from the fact that no
    • among men — apart from the Christ Who suffered as a God. The
    • distinction of race and colour, is conditioned by some particular
    • particular nation. To speak of our work here as being an affair of one
    • particular nation, of a strictly limited territory, is an untruth. To
  • Title: Lecture: Foreword
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    • upon our present time, are opened up with particular vividness in the
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    • the northern parts of Africa.
    • peoples. Almost all of Europe, the northern parts of Africa, and large
    • parts of Asia were already inhabited at that time. These areas were
    • each ant has its particular task.
    • Particularly in those days mankind was led by high individualities who
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 2
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    • our fifth period gives us a point of departure, and how we can
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    • we must bear in mind that, the most important parts of the population
    • part in the great migration from west to east. In others, however, it
    • ensouled. He perceived beings that imparted a salty taste to the
    • Memories of these experiences remained everywhere. The parts of the
    • is true that there was already cartilage in some parts, but in these
    • one could perceive four different types. One part of mankind would
    • resemble one type, another part another. These four types may be
    • Certain parts were transformed, and gradually the most advanced pupils
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    • kind of combination of man and woman in which the lower part is
    • omitted, a sort of double figure in which only the upper part of the
    • to become was clothed in a warm astral sheath, and it is this part
    • Veda. When the word of the ego resounds, the fourth part of the Vach
    • resounds. The verse of the Veda reads, “Four parts of the Vach
    • reality, all this worked only on the intellectual soul, but apart from
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    • participating still in the forces of the light. Because of the
    • coarser substances behind. As a result of this departure of the sun,
    • water-earth, but man was only partially a water-being. He protruded
    • that man dwelt partly in the dark light-deprived water and partly in
    • when the light departed the water became dark, but also became
    • parts are arranged in order. Tone is a shaping power, and it was this
    • The light could reach only to the part of man that protruded out of
    • still permeated with light — man with his upper part still at the
    • had in his lower parts a baser nature, for in the submerged parts he
    • had the Moon-forces. This part was not petrified like lava, as in the
    • present moon, but these were dark forces. Only the worst parts of the
    • head parts, into which the light shone from outside and gave him form.
    • So man consisted of a lower and an upper part. Swimming and floating,
    • participated in what streamed to him as light and love from the
    • lindworm. Man's other part, which was a citizen of the realm of light,
    • primeval duality. Warmth penetrated into the upper part of the earth
    • and into the upper part of physical man, and formed something like a
    • the earth grew denser through the departure of the moon; on the other
    • the upper parts gave off their heavier, coarser substances to the
    • part in such a way that it became suited for something new. This new
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    • its physical substances appears in large part inferior, even decadent,
    • Thus, in respect of the astral, the etheric, and the physical parts of
    • nature. We must understand that, although the basest forces departed
    • ceased to work when the sun departed, but Yahweh remained with the
    • departed, he accompanied it and received the task of reflecting the
    • depart; Yahweh remains behind on earth with his hosts, with Osiris.
    • Man learns to breathe, and at the same time the moon departs. Osiris
    • departed. These fourteen aspects of the moon, in the order in which
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    • Organism up to the Departure
    • two lectures we directed our particular attention to bringing forward
    • The greater part of the people, who were unable to raise themselves to
    • humanity. This continued up to a particular moment, later
    • at that time. But one could also look back on those parts of man that
    • the sun, the inner part of this human formation began to light up and
    • below. The upper part protruded toward the sun, but the lower parts
    • were weaker, and the animal body joined itself to them. The upper part
    • departure of the moon. When the moon withdrew, man's lower nature was
    • parts, although above he still had the last remnants of a light-form
    • the islands that were forming in the water. In his upper parts he
    • if we see the upper part as etheric and the lower part as animal-like.
    • equally far, but only a few participated in them.
    • dream the departure of the moon, and of Osiris with it, and Osiris's
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    • to the point of time when the moon departed from the earth. When we
    • moon began to show signs of withdrawing, until its departure had been
    • departure of the moon. We have understood man's form which, as its
    • lower part, approximately from the middle of the trunk to the height
    • modern eyes, whereas the upper parts were visible only to clairvoyant
    • the centaur. The various parts of the body, the members that gradually
    • In the earliest times, when the sun departed, no animal forms had yet
    • the only part of man that was physically perceptible at the time when
    • water-earth. The remaining parts were present only in a finer etheric
    • lowest part of man was able really to wade through the water-earth
    • Osiris-Apollo played on the human lyre, the mid-part, the hip-region,
    • earth. Until the sun departed, man stood at the level of the fish.
    • Now the great beings, the leaders of evolution, departed as they
    • the noblest spirit, once departed from the earth with the sun. One
    • of the sun's departure from the earth, and also the forms given
    • sun, and as the latter departed he saw, preserved in the fish-shape,
    • the sun spirits were no longer with him. The Christ departed from the
    • mankind. Had the moon not then departed from the earth, the race of
    • upper part. We have seen that all the nobler parts could develop only
    • the Osiris forces to work in him, in order for the nobler part to
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    • moon also departed. Today something will be added to these facts,
    • scarcely crystallized out of the water-earth, and that a great part of
    • part of the human form, but possessed nothing whereby he could have
    • when the great catastrophe was past, a great part of mankind had
    • diffused by the fine dust-particles. Then, as often happened, the
    • works of art, but he still felt himself as part of a whole, of the
    • greatest pride to be a Spartan or an Athenian. To be a personality, to
    • man stood at the parting of the ways. Either he could sink lower and
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    • If we go back to the first part of the post-Atlantean period, we find
    • or (to a lower degree) through man's participating in the spiritual
    • this. It is something that ensouls me, but I only participate in
    • extended into the bones. This is part of the meaning of the baptism by
    • when the sun departed from the earth. At that time the Christ also
    • departed, and from then on he could exercise his power upon the earth
    • the animals that branched off later. Thus, for example, a particular
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    • what happened on the earth during and after the departure of the moon.
    • divine beings who were connected with the earth during the departure
    • course of time when they remain at a particular stage. It is a law of
    • body, the astral and etheric are loosened from a part of the physical.
    • take part in this organizing of the ego. They could do only what they
    • active in all parts, hence these spirits work on the etheric and
    • the spiritual world. Those who take up Christ in their innermost parts
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    • low point became the point of departure for many significant events of
    • belonged to the common people, could still participate in these
    • institutions. For the modern European scholar it is particularly
    • spirituality, I must extinguish a part of my astral and etheric
    • folk-soul. The part of himself that the Pharaoh relinquished was just
    • particular concern? It would be his particular concern that the
    • Let us apply this to a particular soul which at that time acquired
    • views can have no part in that.” The adherents of the science of
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    • departure of the moon. Osiris and Isis as builders of the upper human
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    • which the will has no part; the second pole is the impelling force of
    • Moral qualities are revealed distinctly in the particular colouring of
    • flowed from His wounds, a substance was imparted to our Earth, which
    • happen, particularly to those who are young — already
    • a corpse and its spiritual part prepare for the Jupiter embodiment.
    • body, who will participate in earthly life as truly and effectively as
    • strength that morality is an essential part of it. In the future, to
    • spiritual part of the Earth to become free, leaving the grosser part
    • This is what I wished to impart to you today as a help in answering
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    • which the will has no part; the second pole is the impelling force of
    • Moral qualities are revealed distinctly in the particular colouring of
    • flowed from His wounds, a substance was imparted to our Earth, which
    • happen, particularly to those who are young — already
    • a corpse and its spiritual part prepare for the Jupiter embodiment.
    • body, who will participate in earthly life as truly and effectively as
    • strength that morality is an essential part of it. In the future, to
    • spiritual part of the Earth to become free, leaving the grosser part
    • This is what I wished to impart to you today as a help in answering
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    • A part of Steiner's Lectures on Spiritual Essence and its Working,
    • is their function, apart from the fact that they bring death to man?
    • they are “inspirations” imparted by a demon out of the
    • take still longer for this kind of breathing to become a part of the
    • soul of man — the whole of the sixth epoch of civilisation and part
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    • is their function, apart from the fact that they bring death to man?
    • they are “inspirations” imparted by a demon out of the
    • take still longer for this kind of breathing to become a part of the
    • soul of man — the whole of the sixth epoch of civilisation and part
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    • the greater part of our pain and suffering is sought by imperfections that we
    • life as something that is bestowed upon us, without our participation, by a
    • relationship to the world are our power of reasoning and that part of our
    • part of it. Thereby matters are complicated, and it becomes possible that
    • life, just as is the faculty of speech. The greater part of our ideas live in
    • death are always related to this particular earthly existence. This being so,
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    • the greater part of our pain and suffering is sought by imperfections that we
    • life as something that is bestowed upon us, without our participation, by a
    • relationship to the world are our power of reasoning and that part of our
    • part of it. Thereby matters are complicated, and it becomes possible that
    • life, just as is the faculty of speech. The greater part of our ideas live in
    • death are always related to this particular earthly existence. This being so,
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    • but the eyes themselves are apart from our perception; it is the same with
    • time through Lucifer and Ahriman — to take possession of another part
    • something enters with the cherries that is related to a particular organ;
    • In the last part of the Atlantean period humanity faced a third danger.
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    • but the eyes themselves are apart from our perception; it is the same with
    • time through Lucifer and Ahriman — to take possession of another part
    • something enters with the cherries that is related to a particular organ;
    • In the last part of the Atlantean period humanity faced a third danger.
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    • depart from the accepted custom of circulating these publications only
    • we see at once that after all they can only be applied in a particular sphere,
    • that apart from mankind there is much outside in the world that may indeed
    • wisdom, of knowledge, as a piece of particularly good fortune. On the other
    • 1837. It was his fate to serve for the greater part of his life as a common
    • that connects this particular human quality — against which the Gods are
    • — to say: “But this is only a part of the whole of life.”
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    • depart from the accepted custom of circulating these publications only
    • we see at once that after all they can only be applied in a particular sphere,
    • that apart from mankind there is much outside in the world that may indeed
    • wisdom, of knowledge, as a piece of particularly good fortune. On the other
    • 1837. It was his fate to serve for the greater part of his life as a common
    • that connects this particular human quality — against which the Gods are
    • — to say: “But this is only a part of the whole of life.”
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    • In early childhood, until the change of teeth, the whole body partakes
    • part dives down; but in the heart not only the astral process but the
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    • In early childhood, until the change of teeth, the whole body partakes
    • part dives down; but in the heart not only the astral process but the
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    • my desire to answer certain questions which must arise in this particular
    • particular form to this life which compels us today to regard all questions
    • paralyzing effect on us. And the continual spread of this feeling of partial
    • revolved by means of a pin. And behold! tiny particles do actually sever
    • For observe, the drop would not throw off particles from itself, were the
    • intervention than efforts on the part of some outside force to maintain the
    • differently from other literature. Scientific literature imparts certain
    • which does not merely impart results of knowledge, but we can secure by means
    • methods, represents merely one part, one member of the entire human entity;
    • spiritual perceptions, which for the most part are very different from
    • give only a mere sketch of some small part of what Spiritual Science or
    • particular period of human development, but rather that no bounds be set to
    • with plant life during the course of the year. This particular spirit life
    • terrestrial, although this particular extra-terrestrial element is present
    • inner formation and structure, in the solidifying of its parts, etc., etc.
    • Something must now be added to what took part in the development of the
    • from the seventh to the fourteenth years in the rest of the body, apart from
    • retains a memory picture of the conditions passed through by the particular
    • year, and thence onward, this super-sensible element manifests a particular
    • upon the organism of the human body in a particular fashion. It is the member
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    • my desire to answer certain questions which must arise in this particular
    • particular form to this life which compels us today to regard all questions
    • paralyzing effect on us. And the continual spread of this feeling of partial
    • revolved by means of a pin. And behold! tiny particles do actually sever
    • For observe, the drop would not throw off particles from itself, were the
    • intervention than efforts on the part of some outside force to maintain the
    • differently from other literature. Scientific literature imparts certain
    • which does not merely impart results of knowledge, but we can secure by means
    • methods, represents merely one part, one member of the entire human entity;
    • spiritual perceptions, which for the most part are very different from
    • give only a mere sketch of some small part of what Spiritual Science or
    • particular period of human development, but rather that no bounds be set to
    • with plant life during the course of the year. This particular spirit life
    • terrestrial, although this particular extra-terrestrial element is present
    • inner formation and structure, in the solidifying of its parts, etc., etc.
    • Something must now be added to what took part in the development of the
    • from the seventh to the fourteenth years in the rest of the body, apart from
    • retains a memory picture of the conditions passed through by the particular
    • year, and thence onward, this super-sensible element manifests a particular
    • upon the organism of the human body in a particular fashion. It is the member
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    • consideration of human freedom is too pronounced on the part of the
    • Another important point is that the main part of this schooling does
    • not express itself in any particular external formalities, nor does it
    • particularly effective in the case of insignificant characteristics
    • and New Testaments, particularly in the Gospel of St. John beginning
    • not to one man, one family. They are not part of one generation or one
    • proclaims day by day are part of a vast spiritual world panorama that
    • If self-development is sought for in this area, then part of it comes
    • apart from other books of instruction in that it is harmless. Only
    • exercises and particularly if he develops certain virtues, which
    • virtues in particular that must be developed that nearly turn man into
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    • consideration of human freedom is too pronounced on the part of the
    • Another important point is that the main part of this schooling does
    • not express itself in any particular external formalities, nor does it
    • particularly effective in the case of insignificant characteristics
    • and New Testaments, particularly in the Gospel of St. John beginning
    • not to one man, one family. They are not part of one generation or one
    • proclaims day by day are part of a vast spiritual world panorama that
    • If self-development is sought for in this area, then part of it comes
    • apart from other books of instruction in that it is harmless. Only
    • exercises and particularly if he develops certain virtues, which
    • virtues in particular that must be developed that nearly turn man into
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    • right way, they can dissolve and again become part of the general
    • that part of the body: whereas usually, when there is not a foreign
    • physical in this small part of the human organization. This always
    • it becomes encapsulated. In this part of his body man's whole
    • This is why, particularly
    • Certainly not everyone can always participate so actively that he
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    • right way, they can dissolve and again become part of the general
    • that part of the body: whereas usually, when there is not a foreign
    • physical in this small part of the human organization. This always
    • it becomes encapsulated. In this part of his body man's whole
    • This is why, particularly
    • Certainly not everyone can always participate so actively that he
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    • awe-inspiring beauty in one of the scenes in the second part of his
    • Goethe describes it in the second part of Faust. But it is out of this
    • inserted this Mother problem as a mystery into the second part of his
    • part that is changed into ice. Here we have an image of man's origin.
    • that being who enveloped man in a physical body, who densified part of
    • the cosmos these three Mothers impart vitalizing force to the sun.
    • permeated with deep feeling, the soul partakes in certain knowledge of
    • apart altogether from any religious stream, from any religious dogma.
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    • awe-inspiring beauty in one of the scenes in the second part of his
    • Goethe describes it in the second part of Faust. But it is out of this
    • inserted this Mother problem as a mystery into the second part of his
    • part that is changed into ice. Here we have an image of man's origin.
    • that being who enveloped man in a physical body, who densified part of
    • the cosmos these three Mothers impart vitalizing force to the sun.
    • permeated with deep feeling, the soul partakes in certain knowledge of
    • apart altogether from any religious stream, from any religious dogma.
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    • being, apart from the body is the great experience of the spiritual
    • particular it is most important to come to terms with present-day
    • less important parts. This arrangement can be recognized when facts
    • part of his being follows certain laws whereby it connects itself with
    • spiritual part helps in the whole growth and development of the human
    • stronger and more powerful. It is the part in us that passes through
    • that part in us that passes over into the spiritual world. At an
    • Can our present age be compared with the first part of human life,
    • with the first thirty to thirty-five years, or with the latter part.
    • Human development on earth has already passed the middle part of life.
    • inner being, whereby he could participate in the events of the cosmos
    • all this pointed to the human being, to the soul-spiritual part he
    • Purely from the standpoint of spiritual science, apart from all the
    • existence of this power in the earthly world, in the earthly part of
    • In respect to the Christ experience in particular, spiritual science
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    • being, apart from the body is the great experience of the spiritual
    • particular it is most important to come to terms with present-day
    • less important parts. This arrangement can be recognized when facts
    • part of his being follows certain laws whereby it connects itself with
    • spiritual part helps in the whole growth and development of the human
    • stronger and more powerful. It is the part in us that passes through
    • that part in us that passes over into the spiritual world. At an
    • Can our present age be compared with the first part of human life,
    • with the first thirty to thirty-five years, or with the latter part.
    • Human development on earth has already passed the middle part of life.
    • inner being, whereby he could participate in the events of the cosmos
    • all this pointed to the human being, to the soul-spiritual part he
    • Purely from the standpoint of spiritual science, apart from all the
    • existence of this power in the earthly world, in the earthly part of
    • In respect to the Christ experience in particular, spiritual science
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    • One peasant might pray for sunshine for a particular crop; another for rain
    • is the internal part of human nature, destined to evolve further and further
    • each soaking up a part of it. What had been a uniform mass of water is
    • particular moment they were absorbed by human bodies and so
    • flowed into human nature to form its eternal part, consists of name, of
    • recognizable as part of the Divine.
    • Just as we have considered the three higher human principles as parts of
    • Divinity, we may observe the four principles of our lower nature as parts
    • The physical body may be seen as part of the physical substance of our
    • it. The etheric body likewise may be considered a part of the environment
    • you help make each part of your environment sacred. You hallow each
    • part. You grow into the Kingdom — which is the outpouring of Divinity
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    • One peasant might pray for sunshine for a particular crop; another for rain
    • is the internal part of human nature, destined to evolve further and further
    • each soaking up a part of it. What had been a uniform mass of water is
    • particular moment they were absorbed by human bodies and so
    • flowed into human nature to form its eternal part, consists of name, of
    • recognizable as part of the Divine.
    • Just as we have considered the three higher human principles as parts of
    • Divinity, we may observe the four principles of our lower nature as parts
    • The physical body may be seen as part of the physical substance of our
    • it. The etheric body likewise may be considered a part of the environment
    • you help make each part of your environment sacred. You hallow each
    • part. You grow into the Kingdom — which is the outpouring of Divinity
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    • of love in the world, both in a particular and in a general sense.
    • external life. No soul could thrive if love departed from the world.
    • of the essential nature of love is an integral part of it.
    • belongs to a time when man was still aware of his own participation in
    • participant in this force of love. In monumental words of Christ we
    • selfless. Striving for perfection imparts strength to our being and to
    • particular results which have reference to the spiritual core of
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    • of love in the world, both in a particular and in a general sense.
    • external life. No soul could thrive if love departed from the world.
    • of the essential nature of love is an integral part of it.
    • belongs to a time when man was still aware of his own participation in
    • participant in this force of love. In monumental words of Christ we
    • selfless. Striving for perfection imparts strength to our being and to
    • particular results which have reference to the spiritual core of
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    • blood from which his Ego has departed. Angels, Archangels
    • Sun's light to the Earth is but a part, nay, the smallest part of what
    • most part quite unconscious — which none the less play the greatest
    • imaginable part in our lives. What we are conscious of, is after all
    • remained at the Moon's departure), the very highest forces, namely the
    • very little part of man. It tells a lot about the forces of heredity,
    • maybe the one departed soul is in the realm of Venus while the other
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    • blood from which his Ego has departed. Angels, Archangels
    • Sun's light to the Earth is but a part, nay, the smallest part of what
    • most part quite unconscious — which none the less play the greatest
    • imaginable part in our lives. What we are conscious of, is after all
    • remained at the Moon's departure), the very highest forces, namely the
    • very little part of man. It tells a lot about the forces of heredity,
    • maybe the one departed soul is in the realm of Venus while the other
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    • hunting party, which is standing before the reminder of death, the three
    • striving to attain in spiritual science. The hunting party halts before
    • of the hunting party who see what becomes of the body. When you look
    • one. In order to understand how man can save the eternal part of his being,
    • in him of its spiritual counterpart.
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    • hunting party, which is standing before the reminder of death, the three
    • striving to attain in spiritual science. The hunting party halts before
    • of the hunting party who see what becomes of the body. When you look
    • one. In order to understand how man can save the eternal part of his being,
    • in him of its spiritual counterpart.
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    • lectures form part of Steiner's remarkable public lecture series
    • interpreters of Goethe concerning this particular passage. None of the
    • generally — blood always plays the same part.
    • itself, its import for man and the part it plays in the progress of
    • more loath to part with my pain and suffering than with those pleasant
    • to all parts of the body, depositing everywhere its particles of
    • shape and form are concerned, is but a part of the complete Human
    • being, and that, in fact, there are many other parts behind the
    • So the second part of man is the etheric body, which he possesses in
    • The third part is the so-called astral body — a significant and
    • particular things that may be brought near to them, yet such a
    • astral body calls forth sensation only in one particular way. The
    • the cosmos and set apart by itself. And just as little can you
    • has belonged, every animal having its own particular kind of
    • little world, and a counterpart of the great world. And when substance
    • to different parts, such as the lungs, the digestive organs, and so
    • man lives in that system of nerves which, in its own particular way,
    • active in his blood, and at such a time he dimly takes part in their
    • partook more of the nature of a vivid dream, but, on the other hand,
    • particular moment which stands out in the history of each nation. It
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    • lectures form part of Steiner's remarkable public lecture series
    • interpreters of Goethe concerning this particular passage. None of the
    • generally — blood always plays the same part.
    • itself, its import for man and the part it plays in the progress of
    • more loath to part with my pain and suffering than with those pleasant
    • to all parts of the body, depositing everywhere its particles of
    • shape and form are concerned, is but a part of the complete Human
    • being, and that, in fact, there are many other parts behind the
    • So the second part of man is the etheric body, which he possesses in
    • The third part is the so-called astral body — a significant and
    • particular things that may be brought near to them, yet such a
    • astral body calls forth sensation only in one particular way. The
    • the cosmos and set apart by itself. And just as little can you
    • has belonged, every animal having its own particular kind of
    • little world, and a counterpart of the great world. And when substance
    • to different parts, such as the lungs, the digestive organs, and so
    • man lives in that system of nerves which, in its own particular way,
    • active in his blood, and at such a time he dimly takes part in their
    • partook more of the nature of a vivid dream, but, on the other hand,
    • particular moment which stands out in the history of each nation. It
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    • particular point: What can we discover if the things which we have learned
    • themselves particularly as a species and the various qualities were not
    • future, the MORAL physiognomy will be particularly conspicuous, whereas
    • aspect. Particularly those animals which now supply meat for human
    • species; particularly those animals shall have disappeared from the earth
    • future, and that part (the etheric body) which can still be shaped and
    • thoughts. Particularly the followers of the spiritual-scientific
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    • particular point: What can we discover if the things which we have learned
    • themselves particularly as a species and the various qualities were not
    • future, the MORAL physiognomy will be particularly conspicuous, whereas
    • aspect. Particularly those animals which now supply meat for human
    • species; particularly those animals shall have disappeared from the earth
    • future, and that part (the etheric body) which can still be shaped and
    • thoughts. Particularly the followers of the spiritual-scientific
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • even for those who are not particularly inclined to concern themselves
    • respects, men are no doubt receiving the training needed to take part in
    • thought in mind that I have put it in a particular spot. Then I will form a
    • to write a particular style of penmanship and after a few years were
    • quickly lead to vanity. Quite apart from the fact that it can be corrective
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    • even for those who are not particularly inclined to concern themselves
    • respects, men are no doubt receiving the training needed to take part in
    • thought in mind that I have put it in a particular spot. Then I will form a
    • to write a particular style of penmanship and after a few years were
    • quickly lead to vanity. Quite apart from the fact that it can be corrective
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • anthroposophists to participate in everything and to stick our noses, so to
    • course, if one goes into the smallest parts and ignores all other forces, all
    • today as insignificant, but not treated in that way by a large part of
    • smallest parts in the tissues of the organism. But one does not see the
    • constituents which are contained in the middle parts of the plants, those
    • which are particularly present in the leaves and stem, whereas those
    • the various parts of the plant and the human organism. The root forces
    • not a particular remedy should be used.
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    • anthroposophists to participate in everything and to stick our noses, so to
    • course, if one goes into the smallest parts and ignores all other forces, all
    • today as insignificant, but not treated in that way by a large part of
    • smallest parts in the tissues of the organism. But one does not see the
    • constituents which are contained in the middle parts of the plants, those
    • which are particularly present in the leaves and stem, whereas those
    • the various parts of the plant and the human organism. The root forces
    • not a particular remedy should be used.
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    • especially the introductory pages, applies more particularly to the time
    • by a person without practical knowledge of that particular subject. Take,
    • different parts of the watch together. The watchmaker must never be
    • healthy thinking. Similar errors of thought play a great part especially in
    • juxtaposed scenes that lie apart in the outer world.
    • develop factual thinking. It is particularly advisable that this principle be
    • think of something quite apart from what enmeshes him during the
    • particular time that morning on his way to work and to which he would
    • There is still something else that is of particular importance. In thinking
    • Suppose, for instance, we desire to carry out some particular plan. There
    • For anyone capable of thinking correctly a large part of modern literature
    • the most part only the result of thought habits. The decisions and
    • has participated in the work of the Movement for any length of time
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    • especially the introductory pages, applies more particularly to the time
    • by a person without practical knowledge of that particular subject. Take,
    • different parts of the watch together. The watchmaker must never be
    • healthy thinking. Similar errors of thought play a great part especially in
    • juxtaposed scenes that lie apart in the outer world.
    • develop factual thinking. It is particularly advisable that this principle be
    • think of something quite apart from what enmeshes him during the
    • particular time that morning on his way to work and to which he would
    • There is still something else that is of particular importance. In thinking
    • Suppose, for instance, we desire to carry out some particular plan. There
    • For anyone capable of thinking correctly a large part of modern literature
    • the most part only the result of thought habits. The decisions and
    • has participated in the work of the Movement for any length of time
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    • more able to participate in that which, proceeding from the Mystery of
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    • more able to participate in that which, proceeding from the Mystery of
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    • consciousness of the attitude of soul that is part and parcel of
    • has, on the one side, to cultivate a particular form of culture and of
    • said of the people who are particularly sensitive. In the sixth epoch,
    • meaning of the idea of community, saying to ourselves: Apart from the
    • of West European culture, and particularly of Central European
    • particularly striking form, especially among the civilized Greeks, a
    • by a people whose particular mission it will be in the sixth epoch,
    • that this is so; only his consciousness of it is, for the most part,
    • genius of the particular culture. The term refers to the element of
    • different racial stocks, apart from all minor differentiations, are
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    • consciousness of the attitude of soul that is part and parcel of
    • has, on the one side, to cultivate a particular form of culture and of
    • said of the people who are particularly sensitive. In the sixth epoch,
    • meaning of the idea of community, saying to ourselves: Apart from the
    • of West European culture, and particularly of Central European
    • particularly striking form, especially among the civilized Greeks, a
    • by a people whose particular mission it will be in the sixth epoch,
    • that this is so; only his consciousness of it is, for the most part,
    • genius of the particular culture. The term refers to the element of
    • different racial stocks, apart from all minor differentiations, are
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • individual's own inner spiritual activity takes part in directing
    • be seen, however, that particularly in our age spiritual science
    • particularly by taking a stand that can be expressed in the
    • not agitating in favor of particular tendencies, nor are we trying
    • striving to develop themselves spiritually in particular, but to
    • counterpart to everything physical, so there is spiritual light in
    • this man there lives a spiritual counterpart, so also I can imagine
    • that in light there lives a spiritual counterpart.” Indeed,
    • disintegration is part of the activity of the astral body. There is
    • created inwardly. The inner activity of consciousness particularly
    • activity. In a meat diet part of this inner activity is
    • counteracting the rigor of specialization within them. Particularly
    • example a food that plays an important part in life, that is, milk.
    • astral body of the animal. Milk is only partly an animal product
    • and the animal or human astral forces do not participate in its
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    • individual's own inner spiritual activity takes part in directing
    • be seen, however, that particularly in our age spiritual science
    • particularly by taking a stand that can be expressed in the
    • not agitating in favor of particular tendencies, nor are we trying
    • striving to develop themselves spiritually in particular, but to
    • counterpart to everything physical, so there is spiritual light in
    • this man there lives a spiritual counterpart, so also I can imagine
    • that in light there lives a spiritual counterpart.” Indeed,
    • disintegration is part of the activity of the astral body. There is
    • created inwardly. The inner activity of consciousness particularly
    • activity. In a meat diet part of this inner activity is
    • counteracting the rigor of specialization within them. Particularly
    • example a food that plays an important part in life, that is, milk.
    • astral body of the animal. Milk is only partly an animal product
    • and the animal or human astral forces do not participate in its
  • Title: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • the body into fourteen parts. Isis buries these fourteen parts in various
    • powers which shine down from the sun, enter the earth and then become part
    • One of the Egyptian pyramids depicts the whole event in a particularly
    • solution to the great secrets of the universe in their own particular
    • And the confessions have in part exterminated just this view of Mary.
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    • the body into fourteen parts. Isis buries these fourteen parts in various
    • powers which shine down from the sun, enter the earth and then become part
    • One of the Egyptian pyramids depicts the whole event in a particularly
    • solution to the great secrets of the universe in their own particular
    • And the confessions have in part exterminated just this view of Mary.
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    • lost a particular inner direction in his life. This directing quality of
    • historically in a particular epoch.
    • soul-life, belonging as I do to this particular epoch.’ An animal lives
    • within the cycle of the year: man must learn to live as part of the earth's
    • must keep in mind the particular tasks awaiting the human soul in each
    • cannot lead to such an understanding of each particular age. We may be told
    • points of view, from which the particular tenor of soul-life in our own
    • more particularly in regard to culture and the life of the soul. We find
    • to a particular grade of knowledge, of feeling, and willing. Then, when they
    • itself. Such concepts, with the intellectual soul-content imparted to
    • particular conviction about Life, a conviction on which every ancient
    • It was part of earthly life, like a pre-natal memory. And they learned
    • particularly since the first third of the fifteenth century, has trickled
    • to ‘before’. Thus, as modern people, we take part in super-earthly
    • the partial fulfillment of this injunction ‘Know Thyself’. He should
    • relation to the other parts of his being, outside his pure thinking and his
    • intellect and know himself as part of the super-sensible world. And then it
    • at a particular point in his life he feels something flowering and coming
    • higher things. The animals do not neglect their part in the cosmic harmony,
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    • lost a particular inner direction in his life. This directing quality of
    • historically in a particular epoch.
    • soul-life, belonging as I do to this particular epoch.’ An animal lives
    • within the cycle of the year: man must learn to live as part of the earth's
    • must keep in mind the particular tasks awaiting the human soul in each
    • cannot lead to such an understanding of each particular age. We may be told
    • points of view, from which the particular tenor of soul-life in our own
    • more particularly in regard to culture and the life of the soul. We find
    • to a particular grade of knowledge, of feeling, and willing. Then, when they
    • itself. Such concepts, with the intellectual soul-content imparted to
    • particular conviction about Life, a conviction on which every ancient
    • It was part of earthly life, like a pre-natal memory. And they learned
    • particularly since the first third of the fifteenth century, has trickled
    • to ‘before’. Thus, as modern people, we take part in super-earthly
    • the partial fulfillment of this injunction ‘Know Thyself’. He should
    • relation to the other parts of his being, outside his pure thinking and his
    • intellect and know himself as part of the super-sensible world. And then it
    • at a particular point in his life he feels something flowering and coming
    • higher things. The animals do not neglect their part in the cosmic harmony,
  • Title: Lecture: The Significance of Spiritual Research For Moral Action
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    • earth. We definitely belong to this earth organism. We form a part of the
    • in what way man is a part of the whole organism of the earth. Then it
    • The science of the spirit shows us how we can feel ourselves to be a part
    • physical state. While the physical part of those people who have taken
    • physical part of these other people will be fundamentally coarser. Occult
    • truth imparts the greatest moral impulses. If human beings listen to what
    • wisdom. Knowledge by itself participates in immorality and if it turns
    • after all a rather intelligent utterance on the part of Schopenhauer when
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    • earth. We definitely belong to this earth organism. We form a part of the
    • in what way man is a part of the whole organism of the earth. Then it
    • The science of the spirit shows us how we can feel ourselves to be a part
    • physical state. While the physical part of those people who have taken
    • physical part of these other people will be fundamentally coarser. Occult
    • truth imparts the greatest moral impulses. If human beings listen to what
    • wisdom. Knowledge by itself participates in immorality and if it turns
    • after all a rather intelligent utterance on the part of Schopenhauer when
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • anthroposophical truths in particular that I would like to develop for you.
    • particular truths have, and that is what we will talk about tomorrow.
    • capacities have any part to play in the rest of man's life? You will see that
    • forces. Where does man himself, as an ordinary person, belong? The part
    • side work into the part of man that belongs to the line. Man is the result
    • Suppose a child is taught in such a way that he takes a particular thing in,
    • Nowadays this is of particular importance in teaching. In earlier times it
    • standardized education still plays a great part, that is, the kind of
    • understand that physiology is not part of the eating process but covers
    • I have demonstrated this in one particular realm of life, namely
    • In every department you find well-meaning people today, who want to
    • admit quite honestly to a particular conviction about reforming things.
    • And this is particularly true where it is a matter of people taking an inner
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    • anthroposophical truths in particular that I would like to develop for you.
    • particular truths have, and that is what we will talk about tomorrow.
    • capacities have any part to play in the rest of man's life? You will see that
    • forces. Where does man himself, as an ordinary person, belong? The part
    • side work into the part of man that belongs to the line. Man is the result
    • Suppose a child is taught in such a way that he takes a particular thing in,
    • Nowadays this is of particular importance in teaching. In earlier times it
    • standardized education still plays a great part, that is, the kind of
    • understand that physiology is not part of the eating process but covers
    • I have demonstrated this in one particular realm of life, namely
    • In every department you find well-meaning people today, who want to
    • admit quite honestly to a particular conviction about reforming things.
    • And this is particularly true where it is a matter of people taking an inner
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    • we will particularly look at what is a peculiarity of our age — this
    • avoid this, he does not willingly take a conscious part in the shaping
    • short, something which is not an inner part of the individual. All
    • the most part, terribly egoistic. Many a man is supported by what he
    • large part of the so-called love of doing good is a masked self-love.
    • forms part of us could not be there at all unless this or that person
    • forces are growing ever stronger as part of human evolution.
    • to participate in the healthy development of mankind in the present.
    • the Earth population divided into three parts. You cannot say:
    • or societies connected with a particular people or nation, then it is
    • whose realization he can take part, this person is truly of the
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    • we will particularly look at what is a peculiarity of our age — this
    • avoid this, he does not willingly take a conscious part in the shaping
    • short, something which is not an inner part of the individual. All
    • the most part, terribly egoistic. Many a man is supported by what he
    • large part of the so-called love of doing good is a masked self-love.
    • forms part of us could not be there at all unless this or that person
    • forces are growing ever stronger as part of human evolution.
    • to participate in the healthy development of mankind in the present.
    • the Earth population divided into three parts. You cannot say:
    • or societies connected with a particular people or nation, then it is
    • whose realization he can take part, this person is truly of the
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    • A part of Steiner's Lectures on Spiritual Essence and its Working,
    • traits which appeared particularly among the ruling strata in the
    • perpetual rebellion, self-defence, on the part of the economic
    • has to impart concerning the laws of human evolution. When a man
    • reached a parting of the ways. Spiritual Beings of higher worlds are
    • spiritual world into the physical bodies dwelling in some particular
    • population inhabiting a particular region of the earth moved to
    • Roman or Germanic features is of no particular importance to me.
    • this particular territory.
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    • A part of Steiner's Lectures on Spiritual Essence and its Working,
    • traits which appeared particularly among the ruling strata in the
    • perpetual rebellion, self-defence, on the part of the economic
    • has to impart concerning the laws of human evolution. When a man
    • reached a parting of the ways. Spiritual Beings of higher worlds are
    • spiritual world into the physical bodies dwelling in some particular
    • population inhabiting a particular region of the earth moved to
    • Roman or Germanic features is of no particular importance to me.
    • this particular territory.
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    • particular aspect in that some practiced prayer more in the form of
    • feeling part of man. The Christian merges with the all-pervasive
    • to the divine Will. If I wish to make a particular request I leave it to
    • formulae — all of which had their particular significance in their
    • that in each of us dwells a spark of the Divine, that we partake of
    • partakes of the Divine this does not imply that man himself is divine.
    • part of the Godhead Himself. Above therefore, in the realm of the
    • part of the water are now distributed amongst the sponges. This is a
    • its present stage. Thus parts of the Godhead were united with the
    • This part of the higher nature which at that time was united with the
    • the manifold, and the particular. By “the Name” the Christian
    • the same time a part of the divine Being. The Christian responds to
    • consumes is an outpouring, a mirror and a part of the Godhead. The
    • through the fact that he is a special part of the Godhead, that he has his
    • own particular name, the name which in the individual passes from
    • integral part of the whole of physical nature. A finger cannot
    • integral part of the whole organism; in the same way the physical body
    • nation and through which he establishes his particular identity. One
    • sins. Personal sins are the consequences of errors on the part of the
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    • particular aspect in that some practiced prayer more in the form of
    • feeling part of man. The Christian merges with the all-pervasive
    • to the divine Will. If I wish to make a particular request I leave it to
    • formulae — all of which had their particular significance in their
    • that in each of us dwells a spark of the Divine, that we partake of
    • partakes of the Divine this does not imply that man himself is divine.
    • part of the Godhead Himself. Above therefore, in the realm of the
    • part of the water are now distributed amongst the sponges. This is a
    • its present stage. Thus parts of the Godhead were united with the
    • This part of the higher nature which at that time was united with the
    • the manifold, and the particular. By “the Name” the Christian
    • the same time a part of the divine Being. The Christian responds to
    • consumes is an outpouring, a mirror and a part of the Godhead. The
    • through the fact that he is a special part of the Godhead, that he has his
    • own particular name, the name which in the individual passes from
    • integral part of the whole of physical nature. A finger cannot
    • integral part of the whole organism; in the same way the physical body
    • nation and through which he establishes his particular identity. One
    • sins. Personal sins are the consequences of errors on the part of the
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    • work in him during sleep too, within that part of his being where his
    • afterwards, as having been part of the condition of sleep.
    • work during sleep, when the bodily part of our being is engaged in
    • would fain impart.
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    • work in him during sleep too, within that part of his being where his
    • afterwards, as having been part of the condition of sleep.
    • work during sleep, when the bodily part of our being is engaged in
    • would fain impart.
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    • science. This will be particularly evident when we come to consider
    • four centuries. Let me illustrate this for you in a particular case.
    • will before such knowledge could be imparted to them.
    • Man felt himself within the world; he was part of it. In our time man
    • part in his conception of the universe. Man becomes filled, that is to
    • We think, through every part
    • their evolution from a particular point of view.
    • divide ourselves up. We are awake in a part of ourselves, in the life
    • of ideation, whilst in relation to another part of us we are as
    • The men of old paid particular heed to the training of the will; we
    • awake in his soul and pressing forward to the immortal part of his own
    • Science is ready to give to the whole of human life, and in particular
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    • science. This will be particularly evident when we come to consider
    • four centuries. Let me illustrate this for you in a particular case.
    • will before such knowledge could be imparted to them.
    • Man felt himself within the world; he was part of it. In our time man
    • part in his conception of the universe. Man becomes filled, that is to
    • We think, through every part
    • their evolution from a particular point of view.
    • divide ourselves up. We are awake in a part of ourselves, in the life
    • of ideation, whilst in relation to another part of us we are as
    • The men of old paid particular heed to the training of the will; we
    • awake in his soul and pressing forward to the immortal part of his own
    • Science is ready to give to the whole of human life, and in particular
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    • For the most part to-day, man regards his bodily health from a purely
    • able to realize his existence inwardly, apart from all externalities.
    • evolution a part of human nature has, indeed, been lost. All these
    • Past, present, future — these three concepts, as they play their part
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    • For the most part to-day, man regards his bodily health from a purely
    • able to realize his existence inwardly, apart from all externalities.
    • evolution a part of human nature has, indeed, been lost. All these
    • Past, present, future — these three concepts, as they play their part
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    • particularly between the human will and the super-sensible world, the
    • with a mature soul-condition. I have referred to this particular type
    • vision, the poor shepherds in the fields partook in the annunciation:
    • great mystery of earthly life was imparted from two different sides.
    • the forces of which we partake because we live in our bodies, are at
    • work. These forces work particularly in what we live through between
    • of the manger — so sublime a part of the Christmas plays of
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    • particularly between the human will and the super-sensible world, the
    • with a mature soul-condition. I have referred to this particular type
    • vision, the poor shepherds in the fields partook in the annunciation:
    • great mystery of earthly life was imparted from two different sides.
    • the forces of which we partake because we live in our bodies, are at
    • work. These forces work particularly in what we live through between
    • of the manger — so sublime a part of the Christmas plays of
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    • to say about those questions which are a part of our times. For how
    • opposed it were particularly discerning The question regarding women
    • abilities, they have for the most part overcome all the difficulties.
    • although, in actual practice a large part of the question concerning
    • most eminent sense, participated and participates in
    • a woman of one particular people (or nation or tribe) will differ far
    • impartially at the human being, it is usually possible to distinguish
    • life, how they were equal to men and played a great part. And
    • influence. She had one particular department to look after and he
    • because in past centuries and particularly in the last century, our
    • craft. There was a particular way of being active in law, in
    • spiritual-scientific research, by Theosophy, as just one part of the
    • beings, is just one part of the human being: the physical body. This
    • Spiritual Science is pointing to, of a particular
    • etheric or life-body. Any particular sum of chemical and physical
    • works downwards into the three other parts of the human being. Be
    • himself, that his astral body consists of two parts. One part is that
    • part which he himself has developed within it. This second part, the
    • part transformed by the ‘I’, we call Spirit-Self or
    • parts; the etheric body of a man, as he lives among us, shows itself
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    • to say about those questions which are a part of our times. For how
    • opposed it were particularly discerning The question regarding women
    • abilities, they have for the most part overcome all the difficulties.
    • although, in actual practice a large part of the question concerning
    • most eminent sense, participated and participates in
    • a woman of one particular people (or nation or tribe) will differ far
    • impartially at the human being, it is usually possible to distinguish
    • life, how they were equal to men and played a great part. And
    • influence. She had one particular department to look after and he
    • because in past centuries and particularly in the last century, our
    • craft. There was a particular way of being active in law, in
    • spiritual-scientific research, by Theosophy, as just one part of the
    • beings, is just one part of the human being: the physical body. This
    • Spiritual Science is pointing to, of a particular
    • etheric or life-body. Any particular sum of chemical and physical
    • works downwards into the three other parts of the human being. Be
    • himself, that his astral body consists of two parts. One part is that
    • part which he himself has developed within it. This second part, the
    • part transformed by the ‘I’, we call Spirit-Self or
    • parts; the etheric body of a man, as he lives among us, shows itself
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    • principle implies that the anthroposophist must play his part in
    • incumbent upon men, particularly the men of our own time, to acquire
    • to all the Hierarchies participated in the formation of the three
    • particular Beings of the Hierarchies in order that man should come
    • particularly through their concerted work, although in a certain
    • is part of the process of human evolution itself. How can such a
    • later, but it is bound to form part of the evolutionary process. It
    • particularly affect the social life.
    • Spiritual Soul in man participates in it. This is impending in the
    • They are not at pains to make man particularly spiritual, but rather
    • instead of the event that should play a momentous part in shaping the
    • But then, in his real being, man would have no part in it. It would
    • man himself participating, to carry it out in his etheric and physical
    • particular treatment applied leads to something pleasing. People will
    • illnesses can be induced by particular substances and treatments. And
    • particularly high development of superhumanity, of freedom from
    • Anyone who looks at life, particularly in our own age, must himself be
    • themselves on their conduct of life, particularly during the last few
    • Science on the part of men, they would lead to the decline of what
    • and then think of particular occurrences which could have had this or
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    • principle implies that the anthroposophist must play his part in
    • incumbent upon men, particularly the men of our own time, to acquire
    • to all the Hierarchies participated in the formation of the three
    • particular Beings of the Hierarchies in order that man should come
    • particularly through their concerted work, although in a certain
    • is part of the process of human evolution itself. How can such a
    • later, but it is bound to form part of the evolutionary process. It
    • particularly affect the social life.
    • Spiritual Soul in man participates in it. This is impending in the
    • They are not at pains to make man particularly spiritual, but rather
    • instead of the event that should play a momentous part in shaping the
    • But then, in his real being, man would have no part in it. It would
    • man himself participating, to carry it out in his etheric and physical
    • particular treatment applied leads to something pleasing. People will
    • illnesses can be induced by particular substances and treatments. And
    • particularly high development of superhumanity, of freedom from
    • Anyone who looks at life, particularly in our own age, must himself be
    • themselves on their conduct of life, particularly during the last few
    • Science on the part of men, they would lead to the decline of what
    • and then think of particular occurrences which could have had this or
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    • hesitation ... to depart from the plan of circulating this printed
    • utterances. Paul's words acquire a particular meaning, for he assures
    • beings who descended to the earth from higher worlds could impart
    • the initiation in the Mysteries, where for the most part, they were
    • considered to be their own particular wisdom. This wisdom at first
    • greater part in the older evolution of mankind, and that Ahriman
    • contained also in the esoteric teachings imparted by the Christ to
    • a particular feeling in connection with esoteric Christianity:
    • development, for he who imparted the teaching, had known one who had
    • already, and particularly, during the fourth and fifth centuries
    • records really refer to the teachings that were imparted by the risen
    • resurrection, and we must take for granted that he could impart such
    • part of life, as an experience which strengthens life. Humanity went
    • explanations I wished to place before your souls, from a particular
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    • hesitation ... to depart from the plan of circulating this printed
    • utterances. Paul's words acquire a particular meaning, for he assures
    • beings who descended to the earth from higher worlds could impart
    • the initiation in the Mysteries, where for the most part, they were
    • considered to be their own particular wisdom. This wisdom at first
    • greater part in the older evolution of mankind, and that Ahriman
    • contained also in the esoteric teachings imparted by the Christ to
    • a particular feeling in connection with esoteric Christianity:
    • development, for he who imparted the teaching, had known one who had
    • already, and particularly, during the fourth and fifth centuries
    • records really refer to the teachings that were imparted by the risen
    • resurrection, and we must take for granted that he could impart such
    • part of life, as an experience which strengthens life. Humanity went
    • explanations I wished to place before your souls, from a particular
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    • of Mathematics, from participating in the teachings of the Master.
    • etc., quite as independently of the particular objective entity, as we
    • particular circle drawn upon paper.
    • Materially perceived, all its points, its infinitesimally small parts,
    • precisely to this. Whatever may be objected in particular against
    • part of those who admit exact knowledge only to the extent to which
    • this sense Goethe set himself with particular emphasis against an
    • single parts and in its entire sequence; that it has been perceived in
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    • of Mathematics, from participating in the teachings of the Master.
    • etc., quite as independently of the particular objective entity, as we
    • particular circle drawn upon paper.
    • Materially perceived, all its points, its infinitesimally small parts,
    • precisely to this. Whatever may be objected in particular against
    • part of those who admit exact knowledge only to the extent to which
    • this sense Goethe set himself with particular emphasis against an
    • single parts and in its entire sequence; that it has been perceived in
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    • important part.
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    • to buy a house in Stratford. After he became part-owner of the
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    • eastern part of Asia Minor, ruled over by the kings of Western Asia.
    • In ancient epochs, in Atlantis and Lemuria, all knowledge was in part
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    • just as we stand before the outer world and take in a certain part of
    • we are as part of the world-not-ourselves is conveyed to us.
    • thus we see that mathematics is really rooted in that part of us which
    • poles apart from Kantianism, because Kantianism does not recognise the
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    • established. The Schoolmen in particular were steeped in it. And when
    • back to it. But at that particular period it was an extremely
    • that it is particularly the lower man that is trying to emerge there,
    • which has been elaborated particularly in the evangelical
    • about partly for reasons which I have already mentioned, partly on
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    • particularly so when the concept of memory is applied indifferently to
    • further, particularly if one tries to discover what lies behind the
    • apart from the head organisation, in an earlier earth-life. Thus what
    • we carry about in a particular earth-life as our head is the
    • transformed body (apart from the head) of the previous earth-life, but
    • process of awakening mathematical concepts and that of imparting such
    • perfect part of the human organisation taken as a whole. Well, perhaps
    • the part of us that is obliterated within our organisation.
    • Moreover this head stands apart from the relationships of the rest of
    • the other man had sketched the parts of the brain, the connecting
    • materialist, for, said he, where the other man had written parts of
    • idea-complexes — where the other was describing parts of the
    • Ziehen. We find that he also describes the parts of the brain and so
    • particularly in the breathing. It acts freely. It does not merely
    • participate in things, on how far we can enter into them with that
    • part of our organisation which lies outside the head. If we are very
    • But at the same time we see that the human organisation apart from the
    • unquestionable. In the second teeth the entire man plays his part. The
    • one can really understand the structure of matter — particularly
    • with us as we go through the world; it is part of our life. The fact
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    • able to say today what I desire particularly to say to you on the occasion
    • we have seen taking place — partly on earth, partly in super-sensible
    • upon us and take their share and part in all the deeds of the evolution of
    • spheres and together too with other human souls who have also departed from
    • partakes in all that was living there in Swedenborg.
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    • able to say today what I desire particularly to say to you on the occasion
    • we have seen taking place — partly on earth, partly in super-sensible
    • upon us and take their share and part in all the deeds of the evolution of
    • spheres and together too with other human souls who have also departed from
    • partakes in all that was living there in Swedenborg.
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    • the thoughts and conceptions imparted to us by that world. These
    • particles, is formed out of the Cosmos. For we ourselves prepare this
    • fact, participating; what happens on Earth is merely the stimulus to
    • but difficult, because it demands scrupulous care on the part of the
    • part of the organism. No one was able to understand at all that a bone
    • waking until the time of falling asleep; but the other part of
    • particular importance for intercourse with the dead. In our whole life
    • fall asleep. The question must, however, be put in a particular way;
    • realise vividly what was the nature of your particular interest in the
    • particularly interested me about him, that attracted me? When was it
    • uplifts and develops the soul, imparts to it spiritual force and
    • are with us, they are in our midst. This too is part of a true
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    • the thoughts and conceptions imparted to us by that world. These
    • particles, is formed out of the Cosmos. For we ourselves prepare this
    • fact, participating; what happens on Earth is merely the stimulus to
    • but difficult, because it demands scrupulous care on the part of the
    • part of the organism. No one was able to understand at all that a bone
    • waking until the time of falling asleep; but the other part of
    • particular importance for intercourse with the dead. In our whole life
    • fall asleep. The question must, however, be put in a particular way;
    • realise vividly what was the nature of your particular interest in the
    • particularly interested me about him, that attracted me? When was it
    • uplifts and develops the soul, imparts to it spiritual force and
    • are with us, they are in our midst. This too is part of a true
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    • — that of a Spartan or an Athenian, for example. We feel what
    • this figure contains. The men belonging to Sparta or Athens felt that
    • they were first of all Spartans or Athenians. Being provided in a
    • certain way and to a certain degree with a common soul, the Spartan or
    • personality; he felt himself more as a Spartan or as an Athenian, than
    • felt himself primarily as a Spartan or as an Athenian. What was the
    • spirit of Athens or of Sparta? For us Anthroposophists this was no
    • Athens or Sparta was embedded; but this being was not visible upon the
    • showed how the common power of the Divine Being was imparted to
    • streamed in through the coloured windows. The partition of the light
    • such a priest felt, and imparted to his people in pictures. The wisdom
    • Egyptian wisdom was partly re-animated by Asia, but that it also
    • particularly in its earliest periods. When at night man stepped out of
    • people — the conviction that an eternal spiritual part dwells in
    • this divine spiritual part. This conviction is expressed in numerous
    • my ancestors — that there is something else, a spiritual part,
    • formed between this spiritual part and the earthly world; we must form
    • the way the soul rises, how it leaves the body, how it is still partly
    • — which was at first only partly governed by the etheric head and
    • soul when departing; the Greek temple is the expression of the divine
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    • earliest ages of antiquity that shows how Isis was particularly
    • temple-sleep. He saw in particular certain figures which were
    • things which to modern thinking — at least to the greater part of
    • sense-free ideas. The more a person is accustomed to think apart from
    • triangle before me and merely look at it, that has no particular value
    • sun. Such were the conditions during the early part of the Lemurian
    • the sun formed a single body. All the finer and more etheric parts
    • fancy biscuit, one part, a smaller globe (namely the earth-plus-moon)
  • 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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    • greater part of what is most essential is hidden from the outer
    • that there is a partition before me, and in this partition ten holes.
    • being belonging to the ten fingers is hidden by the partition, so
    • clairvoyant examines a plant he finds that the part visible in the
    • etheric begin. Just as the upper part of a plant is woven round by the
    • following is presented to view: the physical part is seen rayed round
    • the warm water, feelings of pleasure on the part of the mineral at
    • vapoury. That which is solid today, namely, the mineral part, has
    • astrality gleaming about the upper part of the body of a plant is
    • absorb the soul of the sunbeam, and with the soul its purest part
    • — its ego; and it is this purest part which passes through the
    • play a very positive part in our life. Just as man plays a part in the
    • astral body really consists of two parts, namely, the part that is
    • already under the control of the ego and the part he is not yet able
    • beings whose task it is to control that part of the astral body which
    • Now, an Angel accompanies the inmost part of man's being and guides
    • different as are human astral bodies. Every man has his own particular
  • 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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    • Their connection with Man. Cosmic partitions. The Myth of Osiris.
    • The Outer Manifestations of Spiritual Beings in the Elements. Their connection with Man. Cosmic partitions. The Myth of Osiris.
    • learnt, further, that high Spiritual Beings take part in man's
    • Further, in that which we know as “air,” and particularly in
    • on earth, Spiritual Beings have taken part in work upon humanity, and
    • destroys form and leads the eternal part of him through his various
    • because of this he lost the power to perceive the soul and spirit part
    • very long periods, even down to the latter part of the Atlantean
  • 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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    • departed from it with the moon. We can therefore speak of a
    • skeleton, that firmly constituted part described as “solid”;
    • the most rudimentary germs of a form. This was particularly the case
    • body; think away all the solid and the liquid parts, keeping only the
    • to the physical body. It was man himself who, as part of the structure
    • consisted of three parts water, gas or air, and warmth; and the
    • which as you know had departed along with the most advanced of the
    • had remained behind after the departure of the Sun, for we went
    • change. Through the Sun having departed and having begun to shine from
    • outside, the astral and etheric bodies were partly liberated. The
    • Through the withdrawal of a part of the etheric and astral body of the
    • permitting part of His Being to flow into man, is indicated in the
  • 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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    • proceed in a particular way, that we should approach our goal, as it
    • was not the case in the first part of the Atlantean epoch.
    • material parts were softer. We find man consisting of a soft substance
    • first part of the Atlantean epoch; the etheric body then projected on
    • more particularly the case when we go back to the Lemurian epoch. I
    • will consider later certain human beings had partly freed themselves
    • Because the Luciferic beings accelerated a part of development they
    • impulses for his actions. Without participation on his part the
    • face were those that ruled in the lower part of the human being. On
    • worked in the higher parts. This can be seen most characteristically
  • 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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    • evolution generally, and particularly in human evolution, because
    • imparted at once to the soft body (which was really only formed out of
    • part of our present higher animals consists of human beings who were
    • capable of bringing forth his like. At one particular period, when the
    • that time, and when, because of the sun being in a particular
    • earth). This is situated in another part of the brain, and is usually
    • called the pituitary body. Today this organ has no particular duty,
    • by assuming some particular shape too soon, and how through this
    • human form at the time of the sun's departure have undergone manifold
    • The sun departed from the earth and began to influence it from
    • not yet present, and in its place part of the etheric body withdrew;
    • symbol played its part.
    • events were of a very stormy nature. The physical part of man was not
    • for some time an ascending development until the departure of the sun;
    • The best part of their souls were on these planets, but their outward
    • happened very frequently in the first part of the Atlantean epoch.
    • his etheric and astral bodies from his more spiritual parts, which
    • spiritual part of the sun to stream to earth in addition to the
    • comprehend this Christ power — this Spiritual power which imparts
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VIII: Mans connection with the various planetary bodies. The earth's mission.
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    • For the more exact understanding of our particular subject let us
    • everything is connected with a spiritual part. We have seen how the
    • heavenly body, has its particular mission. Nothing in the universe is
    • its particular mission in the great household of cosmic existence.
    • possible for part of that which was embodied in it to rise to a higher
    • existence at the cost of that other part which it sent forth as the
    • several parts are arranged according to the highest wisdom. Take a
    • portion of the human thigh-bone; there also the constituent parts are
    • capable of carrying the upper part of the body.
    • those parts of man in which he does not consciously participate.
    • wonderful it seems to us when we learn that at a particular time man
    • that in its systematic life is a part of our whole universe.
    • Animal forms on the various planetary existences are partly alike and
    • partly different; even here the animal stands midway between man and
    • the earth, he has also through his higher powers a part in all the
    • only to our particular planet.
    • related in a particular way to the object he perceived.
    • can see, for he maintains the character. In the second part of Faust,
    • You perhaps know how form can be imparted by sound in the material
    • inkling of how those who partake of Inspiration ascend to the sun.
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    • participating thus in humanity. In order rightly to understand the
    • participating in mankind the Gods will learn to know love, though in
    • It is entirely possible that one being may impart a gift to another,
    • love is imparted to man by the Gods. They have progressed so far that
    • where some remained at a particular stage of evolution, while others
    • Central Asia, others into Africa. There were already in these parts
    • initiation had to experience this in physical life. In one part of
    • that there was much clairvoyance in those parts.
    • dwelling there, or of the varied parts men had to play after death;
    • possessed of this feeling, particularly among the ancient Etruscans.
    • partakers of this lost world. The first great age of post-Atlantean
    • to impart what they had gained as experience from the spiritual world,
    • they must be accepted generally, partly as truth and partly as
    • something which imparts deep reality to it, which we might illustrate
    • case of the Christ, Who lived as the spiritual part of the sunlight,
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    • between death and rebirth; he thus became a part of Him and knew Him
    • physical world, become a part of the Being looked up to as God of
    • was the journey to Osiris — the union with him that was imparted
    • participated less and less in the vision of the Gods, so that they had
    • physical world was first disclosed to man. A sort of parting of the
    • important parting of the ways for certain spiritual beings. They had
    • through the entire body of Jesus of Nazareth, even into those parts
    • If you burn a bone the cartilaginous part is consumed and the bone ash
    • death of man. Man has become entangled in the mineral part of the
    • what had been imparted as a mighty central impulse to the earth should
    • We know that the several parts of the human body correspond to the
    • something of very great importance! A part of the world is to be
    • conquered by man, a part that will be united with the spiritual world
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    • participated. Then, coming to the fourth age, that in which the true
    • So long as the earth was a part of the sun, high Sun-Spirits were
    • into a new age with a particular karma came also into a particular
    • say: I must undertake a part of the work of humanity, and leave
    • another part to another — both will be equally recognized.
    • plane still resembled that of animals, although the etheric part had
    • ideas, transformed into their materialistic counterpart in the new
    • Indian civilizations, one does not find a science apart from faith.
    • direct line to knowledge of particular things; men were able to rise
    • by side. We even see in one particular period of development in the
    • imparted to their pupils and things spiritual. We see a union between
    • adversary is divided into two parts. This was in fact what actually
    • happened; a partition of that which arose in the primeval, watery
    • earth-substance, as symbolized by the serpent. In the upper part we
    • talk. Each age has need of its own particular force within the depths
    • imparted too many of' the sacred Brahmanical secrets to the outer
    • as is everyone else who imparts what is hidden.
    • what it means when we are told that the Apocalypse was imparted to the
    • We are not concerned with the imparting of theoretic truths, but that
    • may play a real part in evolution.
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    • part of our conscious life. When we wake up in the
    • part of the great unknown Nature.
    • unknown in Nature, and to the part of our own being
    • which are rooted in the elemental part of the soul —
    • wish particularly to evoke the impression that the
    • the subconscious part of the souls of the disciples;
    • simple imparting of the power of the Son, for in the
    • sanctuary in the innermost part of the soul. Hence
    • purest spiritual influence was imparted indirectly
    • esoteric part of Jesuitism, its various spiritual
    • took part in the physical world; but over against
    • this participation stand the monumental and most
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    • part of our conscious life. When we wake up in the
    • part of the great unknown Nature.
    • unknown in Nature, and to the part of our own being
    • which are rooted in the elemental part of the soul —
    • wish particularly to evoke the impression that the
    • the subconscious part of the souls of the disciples;
    • simple imparting of the power of the Son, for in the
    • sanctuary in the innermost part of the soul. Hence
    • purest spiritual influence was imparted indirectly
    • esoteric part of Jesuitism, its various spiritual
    • took part in the physical world; but over against
    • this participation stand the monumental and most
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    • and goodness. How these shine down into the spiritual part of man.
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    • particular individual, a maximum quantity, so that the person appeared
    • can participate in the cultural progress of humanity and who lives on
    • from a university for the first part of it — not the whole book,
    • but the first two or three sections of it. Thus, the first part of it
    • Character and Concerning the Last Things is the particular
    • incarnation. Death is as much a part of life as birth and growth. A
    • I would like to point out how this particular example illustrates what
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    • surprised by a storm or shower at some particular time. It is possible
    • pathway of the stars were not a part of us, we would have no waking
    • particular details. Ancient Hebrew tradition recognised a so-called
    • were occupied with something that involved them in a particular
    • imprinted on life. They become part of the life that shapes the soul
    • Hebrews, one discovers an awareness for a particular temporal order
    • living in their souls, a particular temporal configuration which
    • yields that particular span of Earth years. In the case of Uranus, you
    • ‘What, then, is this part of nature that is not regulated by the
    • regular course of the sun and moon and their like — this part of
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    • distinct parts: the head — the skull — and the remaining
    • parts of the body. And, in principle, the only thing that holds these
    • makes waking consciousness possible. The remaining parts, the parts of
    • working into usual waking consciousness — the noblest part of
    • wonderful way that mankind participates in the whole universe, and
    • One ahrimanic prejudice is particularly common in those who still
    • sensibility in a particular direction. But one will never be able to
    • to the earth comes a longing — a partially justified longing
    • comes from applying such a rule abstractly. The particular facts must
    • a particular part of the spiritual world that lies between, say, the
    • first part of this period, we were all still living in the spiritual
    • the body is the only part that comes from the earth. So, as regards
    • thing is so strongly evident that one can truly say that part of him,
    • — and that another part, the body, is the expression of earthly
    • with the super-earthly! I said: the head is the part of the human
    • influence on the body, including the parts other than the head, with
    • with sexuality, but only with the fact that this particular
    • make its appearance from within us if, at a particular age, the
    • possessions? We have answered one part of this question. Man becomes a
    • As I said, you may well consider it to be a valuable part of your
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    • way. For the most part, such a person is only thinking of how the
    • particular place in the brain. Even if he is not explicitly a
    • material part of the head really can he pictured as analogous to iron
    • so one always has to limit oneself to speaking only about particular
    • everything that is a part of the head, or is connected with it, and
    • what is a part of the rest of the organism, or is connected with that.
    • particularly difficult to understand, for people of today like to
    • cannot leave the parts of the human being that remain strictly
    • I would like to use three words to describe the part of the human
    • have been particularly significant since time immemorial. During
    • participating in the moral life, in the aesthetic life, and in the
    • this includes the spiritual parts of the external world in so far as
    • done within oneself; it involves an interaction between our two parts,
    • the world. But in this case we are including the head as part of the
    • nerves are said to connect the periphery with the inner parts, the
    • motor nerves to connect the inner parts with the periphery. A nerve
    • is revealed. As regards our uppermost part, the head, the things that
    • most come into consideration are the parts we refer to as the physical
    • the parts of the physical body that are actually physical cannot even
    • be directly observed. (I refer to, as physical, those parts that are
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    • and goodness. How these shine down into the spiritual part of man.
    • include his spiritual parts, then the whole man is a being who lives
    • being, that is, through his participation in the moral forces of the
    • participates, in the way we described yesterday, in the aesthetic
    • participation in the impulses of wisdom. Thus we are going to outline
    • particular virtues. The first virtue Plato mentions is wisdom —
    • heart, where it particularly takes hold of the astral. So we will show
    • which we enter after death participates in the aura on the physical
    • the second part of Faust, when Faust is united with Helen, who
    • spiritual content. Now, in a single stroke, the Faust of Part Two
    • is included as part of it — this being who is following a path of
    • you know, the prevailing awareness includes only the smallest part of
    • realm of truth and wisdom. In this way, humanity participates in that
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    • know how to hold together the various parts of his being.
    • this dual nature. The body divides into two parts which are built
    • now in our heads. That was the basic concept whose particular details
    • things we have been saying about the part of the human soul that is
    • concerned with knowledge and concepts. This is the part that is
    • a curious mistake. The grain of wheat occurs as a part of the whole
    • much, much less than a peasant has, particularly in the case of the
    • holy service that was once a part of knowing. But in the future this
    • without becoming part of a divine process, a real process takes place.
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    • being able to be aware of the way parts of the body move with respect
    • movements that entail changes in the position of separate parts of the
    • but with the internal movements I make when I move part of myself or
    • the movement of parts of me, which is internal. So the sense of
    • participating in what is within the object perceived.
    • a particular relationship with what is within it.
    • through the eyes. It is a particular sense that relates us to another
    • has its own particular organ.
    • sense particularises and differentiates my organism. There is a real
    • of these senses demarcates a separate and particular region of the
    • particular region of a human being. Hearing is bound up with the
    • without: breathing, warming, nourishing. The outer world is part of
    • becomes part of our organism. The process of elimination does not just
    • work outward, it also separates out that part of our nourishment that
    • One part of the secretion performed by organs of digestion separates
    • in the widest sense. Growth processes are part of life; both
    • nourishment and growth are part of life.
    • process of growth only requires that one part produce another part.
    • affected-all these processes are part of breathing, which is one of
    • participating in their creation. Man participated actively in the
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    • described the sense regions as a comparatively stable part of the
    • particular physical organ: the sense of sight around the eyes —
    • every part of it. The life processes move through us.
    • sense of hearing is dependent on the air that it is particularly
    • senses. More than a few persons who claim to represent a particularly
    • limits of the zodiac: they have spiritual counterparts that exist
    • the zodiac are only reflections of these counterparts.
    • counterparts from beyond the limits of the zodiac. Moreover there is a
    • what, as lower nature, is present in man. These spiritual counterparts
    • of forming imaginations that are part of our day-time consciousness,
    • Now, you are aware that our contemporaries are not particularly
    • Consequently, this imagining backwards particularly horrifies our
    • thinking backwards and drawing particular philosophical conclusions
    • some changes, particularly in relation to music. Historians do not
    • particularly loved during the eleventh, twelfth and thirteenth
    • this paradox. He attempts to think some particular cases backwards. I
    • The bits of stone that earlier were broken apart are joined together
    • begin to appear on the connecting parts of path as gusts of warmth
    • hunting party with all its hunters, drivers, hounds, and numerous
    • imagines that he might really see his hare or his hunting party
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    • the soul. And then these two parts can unite yet again-not just
    • in the way in which our usual perception is. The particular senses
    • participate in the act of seeing. These processes are associated with
    • bubbles in the soul. When this happens, the material particles are
    • branches and twigs. It is only a part of existence when seen along
    • sources of art and how art comes to be a part of our lives. We do not
    • part of the answer: What would happen if there were no art in the
    • make yet another addition to that part of our collection where the
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    • recent intellectual life as my point of departure. Later — very
    • criterion for deciding whether particular judgements are true
    • I would like to take as my point of departure a thinker who died very
    • belong to us and are a part of what we perceived yesterday and the day
    • devising certain laws we are enabled to follow particular sensations
    • strung together occurrences in a particular way, that knowledge is
    • become a part of the way he lives. Then one day he thinks to himself:
    • I have only described the most obvious parts to you. But you can see
    • that thinking has emancipated itself in a particular way Torn from
    • particular tendencies at work in recent thought. Bergson notices, on
    • physical body does not participate in the development of memory. I am
    • not describing these things in order to say something in particular
    • exactly which word he used in this particular case — Nietzsche
    • particulars. Once again, all one has to do is go to Nietzsche's
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    • memory, we have had to become a part of the organism of the earth,
    • something the experience would be written down in some particular
    • quite particular way.
    • printing was a particularly ‘black art.’
    • All the luciferic parts of the human being are related to the passions
    • and second parts that is ahrimanic, right into such details as the
    • role of misunderstood words. At the end of the second part there is a
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    • substance. It only becomes part of the world's ether substance when he
    • and requires a particular mode of consciousness. Furthermore, if one
    • Something new occurs — and I ask you to keep this particularly in
    • during the first part of the Earth period, we were unconsciously, or
    • able to fulfil certain tasks by entering into a particular
    • shall stand here as a small, vulnerable point of departure from which
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    • the parts of the human body to the cosmos.
    • the throat and larynx to the Bull, the part of the body where the arms
    • sense organism, this part here, which has been allocated to one sign,
    • Whenever there is a twelve-fold order, one part of it will have an
    • independent existence as well as being just one part of the whole. In
    • this case it is the head which, as a part of the whole, is allocated
    • various parts, and deep secrets of existence are revealed to us by
    • particular individuals comes as no surprise.
    • version of this same device. In the back part of your head, where it
    • development — namely that part of it in which humanity possessed
    • particularly as regards embryology, in man. The heavens explain the
    • beauty brings about the Temptation. In order for the counterpart of
    • I will describe something typical, rather than single out a particular
    • not the slightest acquaintance with the impartial relation to truth
    • about this impartial relation to truth, nothing about striving for
    • particular thing — in the kind of thing I was just now talking
    • other is the reincarnation of a particular, towering individuality.
    • attention to one particular quality of Lucifer. For neither is he
    • necessary to get to know them in the particular shape and particular
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    • incarnation. In part it will be produced during the time between death
    • and a new birth from the forces of the spiritual world, and in part
    • drawing conclusions. Apart from the fact that we hear someone speak,
    • gestures — apart from all of these things — we are directly
    • Now it is possible to make a real distinction between the middle part,
    • the upper part, and the lower part of our sense life, and today I
    • movement is also the organ for apprehending speech. A part of it, a
    • part of the movement organism, is isolated and brought into motion
    • our soul bring the part of our movement organism that is concentrated
    • Now, even the smallest of movements is not just localised in one part
    • organism, it has a very particular effect. When another person
    • original, more spiritual way of communicating. He specialised a part
    • sounding words. And he designed the part of the larynx that is not
    • simply by being in his presence, and the particular thoughts were
    • expressed in his particular gestures and in the play of his features.
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    • The particular details of the things we discussed yesterday are
    • and luciferic principles have also participated in their development.
    • particular discontinuities in the process of human growth. But the
    • process of reproduction must take place, new parts must constantly be
    • on growth and reproduction, in particular, is also described in very
    • we must participate in the cosmos. One must participate in the forces
    • through the cosmos, it is necessary to participate in the
    • life-movements, and to show how they participate in the spiritual
    • as participating in the living reality radiating from the whole life
    • fundamental character of a particular period of time. Inventions for
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    • The celebration of a particular festival on the present day of the
    • begins to lose a part of the strength he lavishes upon all growth and
    • who participated in the evolution of humanity was preceded by a
    • Apart from all exterior historical forms, this Rosicrucian Society
    • themselves: ‘The self of which I have known hitherto partakes of the
    • are conscious that the essential part in man has its origin in divine
    • This is the spiritual part, which proclaims that there is more here
    • that, apart from the birth of the child in the physical world, an
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    • these lectures, regarding any particular event, merely on the strength
    • in the Gospels and particularly in the Gospel of St. John.
    • part. Someone might ask, he says: ‘Were you present, then, when Adam
    • counterpart in the spiritual world. When a hand is moved, there is
    • away, its spiritual counterpart remains engraved in the spiritual
    • spiritual counterpart of everything that has happened in the world.
    • evolution in particular, namely, the Gospel of St. John and its
    • some particular step or to wage some particular war. For everything
    • as a part of divine, spiritual beings. Himself a being, man is born
    • nature became merely the inner part of the physical, was not called
    • particular experience in his childhood creates so powerful an
    • other particulars, all four agree as to the moment when the Christ
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    • for a certain part of everyday life, apart from their physical and
    • state, it became transformed into the old Moon. Here those parts of
    • whole Moon-sphere became divided into two parts — into a Sun and
    • have to consider the evolution of a single planet, only the first part
    • the first part of the lunar evolution everything that now composes our
    • themselves a sphere of action apart. The higher beings, on their part,
    • spiritual science this spirituality is named the counterpart of that
    • counterparts of these beings, also in three groups. While the astral
    • character of spiritual counterparts) as ‘Lion’, ‘Eagle’, and ‘Bull’.
    • the earth, had they remained bound to their counterparts and been
    • their counterparts depended. They came to the following conclusion:
    • their physical counterparts. The latter needed a lower, inferior
    • the higher beings upon their counterparts, the moon became
    • spirit-men. They constituted the spiritual counterpart of evolving
    • the same tendency particularly strongly. In fact there now began for
    • beings who had departed with the Sun evolved there to ever higher
    • the departure of the moon. The Earth-beings could now be formed, and
    • their counterpart; likewise the Lion- and Eagle-spirits. And you might
    • prototypes on the Sun, and on the Moon their counterparts on the level
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    • Our point of departure for yesterday's considerations was the fact
    • evolution. We saw further how the two parts afterwards re-united, how
    • the Thrones must have passed before they were able to sacrifice a part
    • still formed part of the Earth) the mineral kingdom appeared in
    • part is surrounded by an astral being, as by a border. This astral
    • themselves a part of the whole. We shall never acquire a reasonable
    • into the smallest particle of matter — into the atom if we so
    • Rishis. They placed a part of their being at the disposal of certain
    • regards their spiritual part, had been least able to wait; then came
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    • observes the important fact that, as far as their upper part is
    • etheric and physical parts of the head. If, for instance, you observe
    • part in the middle. Let us now enquire into this fact.
    • in which certain parts of matter which are so necessary for our
    • because the chief part of the human race then lived on a now submerged
    • etheric body did not mingle completely with any part of the physical
    • consciousness; having become a part of the deity, he would have beheld
    • This is described in the Bible as the Fall of Man. But apart from this
    • Only when we are aware that in every particle of matter there is
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    • particularly close, as yet, and it required no more than an effort of
    • will on the part of the teacher, for the etheric body to be withdrawn
    • are, to some extent, freely and rapidly imparted to those who are in a
    • is imparted in the form of spiritual science relates to the higher
    • from their own particular standpoint.
    • sought in certain external departments of life; in the most intimate
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    • depended upon the partial withdrawal of the etheric from the physical
    • placed under water; this produced a partial separation of his etheric
    • generation to the other. But whenever any particular qualities are
    • when any particular illness appears, there is a great deal said about
    • nature and cultivate that part of himself which is not inherited, will
    • not an isolated being. He is a part of the whole world, and the
    • the physical and material part which we inherit from our forefathers.
    • Christ-power and the vision of Christ. (Further particulars will be
    • himself, apart from the documents. But when he finds again in the
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    • earlier incarnations in various parts, and we are led back to the time
    • Nazareth lived as an Ego in this astral body, imparting to it all that
    • beings were to a certain extent the counterpart of certain animal
    • spiritual counterpart of the animal species having the functions of
    • development. The spiritual counterpart is of course of high spiritual
    • ‘Bull-spirits’. Others appear as ‘Lion-spirits’, whose counterpart is
    • have the beings whose animal counterpart we meet in the eagle species
    • appeared in the form of Bull-spirits were particularly instructed in
    • another region of human nature — the part which clings to the
    • development, flew over what they might have become at a particular
    • world in accordance with their particular initiation. The initiates of
    • a great part of Egypt, who had partaken of the ‘Bull’ initiation,
    • beings appear to us in the counterpart of the Bull-nature in man.’ But
    • that he adopted at his point of departure the initiation of the
    • Second part of Faust”!’ That is putting it rather strongly, but,
    • arrived at his particular description. He was one of those who in
    • because they were not so familiar with this particular aspect of
    • initiation. Hence a particular characteristic of Jesus of Nazareth did
    • particularly struck by the ‘Flight into Egypt’? One who knew such a
    • journey by personal experience and described this particular incident
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    • those parts of the Gospels which appear to confirm the facts
    • in part traversed and still has to traverse. In Atlantis man lived in
    • racial organism extending back to Father Abraham. I am a part of the
    • great body of my people, precisely as my finger is a part of my body.
    • long as it is a part of my hand, my hand a part of my arm, and my arm
    • a part of my body; my finger is meaningless when separated from my
    • the sway of the old blood-ties, assembled there from all parts. They
    • say: ‘Why do not such things happen now, as in those days?’ Apart from
    • members of this wedding party, we might have experienced, for
    • of imparting themselves to his organism. I believe that many a
    • even in an external element — that is, even in the physical part
    • mother was needed. Now Christ's power can impart to the nobleman's
    • particular emphasis is lent (the rest did not strike them especially,
    • clearly indicated by Christ. What part of the man must be worked upon,
    • will be our task to show how, apart from the progression of power in
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    • one in particular to which attention has repeatedly been drawn; it is
    • ourselves once more with this event from one particular point of view.
    • the changes affect the spiritual part that is behind the physical
    • the different parts of his brain and so on.
    • which is a part of you, you are no longer a complete human being. By
    • this I recognize that all your members are parts of your being.’ This,
    • particular place, it is not true that nothing but the spot occupied by
    • process. The whole earth participates in every life-process. Since
    • Now what took place in one who had partaken of the old initiation? He
    • — is of particular interest to us. The first degree of the
    • power to govern its physical part and master it completely. Then too
    • touches not only upon the part of the human being which is subject to
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    • new departure to the whole evolution of our earth. We found that,
    • a definite form from within, that is, from his spiritual parts. The
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    • if a part of that which is contained within his skin is removed. Now
    • surrounding us is part of us, we breathe it in and out continually and
    • moment, he would never dream of saying that it was any less a part of
    • also perceived himself to be a part of the entire world around him. He
    • the spiritual world but could not distinguish himself as a being apart
    • concerning particular circumstances in the world; if they wished to
    • only partaken of the old initiation but had advanced with their age,
    • beyond its physical counterpart on all sides. The etheric body,
    • comparison, let us suppose that the son loses his father; only a part
    • part of his capital, without having acquired this wisdom for himself;
    • and would have known that there is a spiritual part behind every
    • future state, strength must be imparted to the etheric body — the
    • is true that the Christ-impulse gains ground in some departments of
    • life, though slowly; but in the particular domain of which we are now
    • speaking, it has made no impression hitherto. Here we see one part of
    • nevertheless true. That part of the human brain which is the chosen
    • process of gradual atrophy. There is a part of the human brain in
    • process of decay — namely, the part which functions in modern
    • scientific thought. And this is due to the fact that the part of the
    • Christ-impulse flows into this part of the human brain also, whose
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    • upon a particular moment in which the Cross was raised on Golgotha and
    • a material world, we must answer: it all comes from the spiritual part
    • whatever among men. He must have had no part in anything that had been
    • part in anything that had made man guilty and had caused him to fall
    • But every physical event has its spiritual counterpart. Inasmuch as
    • this? What takes place after death in that part of the etheric body
    • saved from death and will not participate therein. Since that time,
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    • too, Luciferic and Ahrimanic spirits tend to make the spiritual part
    • applies to man in particular. Man would be spellbound on earth and
    • partake of death. Of ourselves we could never have carried our
    • particles we split it up, we see nothing but the corpse of the earth
    • part of the Christ-Spirit which has been there since that time. Of
    • encloses a spiritual part; this spiritual element is a part of Christ.
    • it correctly? When you said: ‘This is a part of the body of Christ!’
    • He could partake of all the knowledge in the possession of Jewish
    • imparted to them by these events) were able to recognize as a real
    • evolution that his corruptible part develops an incorruptible, he is
    • about five hundred brethren at once, of whom the greater part remain
    • foreign to us, to regard everything else upon Earth as a part of
    • ourselves, to the extent that our body is a part of ourselves, even as
    • they could not feel free from participation in the woman's sin and
    • They had not partaken of bread by performing the physical act of
    • What then had they eaten? They had partaken of the power of the body
    • crab; the region of the heart is called the Lion; the part below (the
    • They had eaten the barley loaves; they had partaken of the force that
    • be the least important part of the matter, although it is
    • indispensable for the essential part. That, however, which should
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    • to home were discussed. There was a particularly great interest in
    • were a part of the workers' daily concerns. Nature with its mineral,
    • However, these lectures had been intended for a particular audience;
    • children learn to speak, they move their body. In particular, they
    • this particular region (and it will later be found to be the same way
    • say that the exterior part of the brain contains more blood and the
    • inner part of the brain shifts more to the left and the remaining
    • primeval times. And the people born on those parts of the earth crust
    • is spoken under a particular constellation.
    • a particular region, you have to study the atmosphere. And if you
    • the human being as an integrated part of the entire universe.
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    • to home were discussed. There was a particularly great interest in
    • were a part of the workers' daily concerns. Nature with its mineral,
    • However, these lectures had been intended for a particular audience;
    • children learn to speak, they move their body. In particular, they
    • this particular region (and it will later be found to be the same way
    • say that the exterior part of the brain contains more blood and the
    • inner part of the brain shifts more to the left and the remaining
    • primeval times. And the people born on those parts of the earth crust
    • is spoken under a particular constellation.
    • a particular region, you have to study the atmosphere. And if you
    • the human being as an integrated part of the entire universe.
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    • stage learns to extend his consciousness over those parts of the night
    • related to his own. Because feelings are the most inward part of the
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    • stage learns to extend his consciousness over those parts of the night
    • related to his own. Because feelings are the most inward part of the
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    • the Anthroposophical Society: they did not want simply to participate
    • most part only masks. It is really so that men come to meet one like
    • something form out of the existing chaos, in particular the present
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    • the Anthroposophical Society: they did not want simply to participate
    • most part only masks. It is really so that men come to meet one like
    • something form out of the existing chaos, in particular the present
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    • activity of soul. Then the two parties can themselves unite: not that
    • artistic perception is never so confined to the realm of a particular
    • sense as ordinary earthly perception is. Particular senses enter into
    • such a way that they participate in the life of the soul, and are not
    • compelled to think in a particular way; there is no freedom in
    • material. The material particles vanish away under the power of the
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    • activity of soul. Then the two parties can themselves unite: not that
    • artistic perception is never so confined to the realm of a particular
    • sense as ordinary earthly perception is. Particular senses enter into
    • such a way that they participate in the life of the soul, and are not
    • compelled to think in a particular way; there is no freedom in
    • material. The material particles vanish away under the power of the
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    • turning-point in the history of mankind, particularly in relation to
    • eighteenth century. He had no particular expectation as to what would
    • particular way for the forces of the soul to work together is what
    • wherever men participate in it, and spiritual life, which is entirely
    • particularly by socialising the means of production. We must appeal to
    • abstract thinking on the other, particularly in relation to the social
    • Paris. These institutions did not belong to a particular State, but to
    • legal regulation of existing affairs. The radical parties go as far as
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    • turning-point in the history of mankind, particularly in relation to
    • eighteenth century. He had no particular expectation as to what would
    • particular way for the forces of the soul to work together is what
    • wherever men participate in it, and spiritual life, which is entirely
    • particularly by socialising the means of production. We must appeal to
    • abstract thinking on the other, particularly in relation to the social
    • Paris. These institutions did not belong to a particular State, but to
    • legal regulation of existing affairs. The radical parties go as far as
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    • part of what is contained in the trunk. Moreover, as you will have
    • represents the essentially spiritual part of Man, goes together with
    • arrive at by this method are clearly marked in the earlier part of
    • objective world quite apart from what is in your consciousness, quite
    • apart from any share your life of soul has in it. And this process
    • open to observe the particular way in which such a man conducts
    • makes itself felt particularly strongly in connection with the
    • the subconscious parts of our nature in spiritual spheres. In
    • particular, with our rhythmic system we live in the spiritual sphere
    • Let me now draw your attention to a particular fact. Wherever I have
    • part of general culture. The culture and education of mankind change
    • twelve tables of the law. We for our part do not put ourselves to
    • history. He does not know what to make of it. It plays no part in his
    • outrage. Thus you can see how little readiness there is on the part of
    • part of general education and culture, as they were in ancient times.
    • many quotations from the alchemists. In particular he cites a passage
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    • part of what is contained in the trunk. Moreover, as you will have
    • represents the essentially spiritual part of Man, goes together with
    • arrive at by this method are clearly marked in the earlier part of
    • objective world quite apart from what is in your consciousness, quite
    • apart from any share your life of soul has in it. And this process
    • open to observe the particular way in which such a man conducts
    • makes itself felt particularly strongly in connection with the
    • the subconscious parts of our nature in spiritual spheres. In
    • particular, with our rhythmic system we live in the spiritual sphere
    • Let me now draw your attention to a particular fact. Wherever I have
    • part of general culture. The culture and education of mankind change
    • twelve tables of the law. We for our part do not put ourselves to
    • history. He does not know what to make of it. It plays no part in his
    • outrage. Thus you can see how little readiness there is on the part of
    • part of general education and culture, as they were in ancient times.
    • many quotations from the alchemists. In particular he cites a passage
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    • an essential part of these Mystery-teachings. From the book
    • particularly when he allows himself to be influenced by the claims of
    • therefore: the human being is part of the Earth because he has a
    • the part of the organism that is encircled and permeated by the
    • the head. The ‘lower’ man, then, comprises the other part of
    • the organism — that part which lies below the heart.
    • Thus we have the upper part of man, including the head and everything
    • part of the organism is dependent, mainly, upon the Sun's influences.
    • influences working upon that part of the human organism which lies
    • all in the part of the astral body which corresponds to the
    • connection of Saturn with the upper part of the astral body was
    • a very important part in olden days. But the onward progress of
    • Just as Saturn works chiefly in the upper part of the astral body and
    • When a man thinks, one part of his astral body is active. It is
    • Saturn:upper part of the astral body as a whole.
    • Mars works upon a still smaller part of the astral body than that with
    • forces work in the part of the human organism that lies below the
    • upper part of the astral body as a whole.
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    • an essential part of these Mystery-teachings. From the book
    • particularly when he allows himself to be influenced by the claims of
    • therefore: the human being is part of the Earth because he has a
    • the part of the organism that is encircled and permeated by the
    • the head. The ‘lower’ man, then, comprises the other part of
    • the organism — that part which lies below the heart.
    • Thus we have the upper part of man, including the head and everything
    • part of the organism is dependent, mainly, upon the Sun's influences.
    • influences working upon that part of the human organism which lies
    • all in the part of the astral body which corresponds to the
    • connection of Saturn with the upper part of the astral body was
    • a very important part in olden days. But the onward progress of
    • Just as Saturn works chiefly in the upper part of the astral body and
    • When a man thinks, one part of his astral body is active. It is
    • Saturn:upper part of the astral body as a whole.
    • Mars works upon a still smaller part of the astral body than that with
    • forces work in the part of the human organism that lies below the
    • upper part of the astral body as a whole.
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    • of the lower part of the leg including the foot. But the
    • world. We human beings are altogether formed in this way. Partly we
    • before his birth, when — apart from the head — gravity took
    • it would be nothing in particular. You understand it by saying back
    • through music, the spatial element scarcely plays a part. There is at
    • nevertheless remains, as an essential part of the human being; and we
    • you in a single moment. It belongs to you, it is part and parcel of
    • as an essential part of his own human individuality, and feels himself
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    • of the lower part of the leg including the foot. But the
    • world. We human beings are altogether formed in this way. Partly we
    • before his birth, when — apart from the head — gravity took
    • it would be nothing in particular. You understand it by saying back
    • through music, the spatial element scarcely plays a part. There is at
    • nevertheless remains, as an essential part of the human being; and we
    • you in a single moment. It belongs to you, it is part and parcel of
    • as an essential part of his own human individuality, and feels himself
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    • and do not usually spend the larger part of their leisure time in
    • teacher — even though he is the more objective party —
    • And when they feel the most intensive interest in particular world
    • impart this to other young people, then the world speaks out of
    • — to such a terrible extent appears for the most part only in
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    • and do not usually spend the larger part of their leisure time in
    • teacher — even though he is the more objective party —
    • And when they feel the most intensive interest in particular world
    • impart this to other young people, then the world speaks out of
    • — to such a terrible extent appears for the most part only in
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    • religions and all those who participate deeply and sincerely in the life of
    • feeling of survival but to impart a clear, fully conscious knowledge of
    • for his clients. Part of his work may well be selfless, but the real
    • is part of you, into that machine; the actual machine does, of course,
    • is a sacrifice on their part. The level of their consciousness is
    • particular thing is kept secret is of far less importance than that
    • of soul. But as beings of soul you were part of the world soul; as beings
    • of pure spirit you were part of the universal world spirit. The world
    • you. What is now your innermost being was once part of an external world.
    • yourselves what is now the mineral kingdom and it will become part of your
    • such. To do something for the higher self does not partake of egoism
    • doing; all we can do is to make nature part of our own being. But what we
    • what you have contributed will become an integral part of you. If a man
    • setting up a wave-movement here and causing it to take a particular form at
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    • religions and all those who participate deeply and sincerely in the life of
    • feeling of survival but to impart a clear, fully conscious knowledge of
    • for his clients. Part of his work may well be selfless, but the real
    • is part of you, into that machine; the actual machine does, of course,
    • is a sacrifice on their part. The level of their consciousness is
    • particular thing is kept secret is of far less importance than that
    • of soul. But as beings of soul you were part of the world soul; as beings
    • of pure spirit you were part of the universal world spirit. The world
    • you. What is now your innermost being was once part of an external world.
    • yourselves what is now the mineral kingdom and it will become part of your
    • such. To do something for the higher self does not partake of egoism
    • doing; all we can do is to make nature part of our own being. But what we
    • what you have contributed will become an integral part of you. If a man
    • setting up a wave-movement here and causing it to take a particular form at
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    • Published as part of Spiritual Relations in the Human Organism and
    • in German as part of Geistiger Zusammenhaenge in der Gestaltung des
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    • Published as part of Spiritual Relations in the Human Organism and
    • in German as part of Geistiger Zusammenhaenge in der Gestaltung des
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    • Published as part of Spiritual Relations in the Human Organism and
    • in German as part of Geistiger Zusammenhaenge in der Gestaltung des
    • has been begun, and it is in large part completed, it must be
    • abundant help on the part of a greater number of our friends, and that
    • only a very small part of the people who are in touch with
    • with enthusiasm. This enthusiasm has vanished, particularly in those
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    • Published as part of Spiritual Relations in the Human Organism and
    • in German as part of Geistiger Zusammenhaenge in der Gestaltung des
    • that very part of man's being which becomes unconscious when he falls
    • began to play so large a, part among mankind as it did during the last
    • We must, indeed, not think that the spirit-soul part of our being has
    • part of our being consists of these circulations of the planetary
    • participating in the life of the Gods.
    • and has been surrendered to and been made a part of the flow of
    • a part of himself, at a certain time before his birth, in order to
    • deprive a large part of mankind — just think of the Orientals,
    • understood thoroughly — be eagerly grasped particularly by the
    • earth, as every impartial person feels today. We shall have to be much
    • tissues and its individual physical component parts. This is done in
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    • part of me; thou wilt become as great as I am myself; in this
    • as thou hast just been behaving. Now I have become a part of
    • individual movement — as that living part of themselves
    • becomes a part of mine!”
    • with a special faculty which is exercised by a part of that
    • thyself a part of mine own being. Thou must abandon all human
    • individually here and there. No part of me can be termed a
    • the souls of mankind on earth a faculty which again is a part
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    • part of me; thou wilt become as great as I am myself; in this
    • as thou hast just been behaving. Now I have become a part of
    • individual movement — as that living part of themselves
    • becomes a part of mine!”
    • with a special faculty which is exercised by a part of that
    • thyself a part of mine own being. Thou must abandon all human
    • individually here and there. No part of me can be termed a
    • the souls of mankind on earth a faculty which again is a part
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    • particular, are the most unknowable of all things for him; his
    • external form? How one lives in the community, how one participates in
    • well-being must not be limited to particular ranks or classes, but
    • ethical endeavour on the part of socialism is directed toward
    • participation.” (p. 47)
    • particularly characteristic of his ethical and moral ideal:
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    • particular, are the most unknowable of all things for him; his
    • external form? How one lives in the community, how one participates in
    • well-being must not be limited to particular ranks or classes, but
    • ethical endeavour on the part of socialism is directed toward
    • participation.” (p. 47)
    • particularly characteristic of his ethical and moral ideal:
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    • recent lecture on mysticism I spoke of the particular form of
    • mysticism thus appears to us, particularly as the result of
    • associated particularly with the appearance of egoistic
    • to our past experiences, particularly those in which we were
    • truly part of itself what has lived unconsciously in all its
    • often told today, particularly in the ideas of a falsely
    • particularly clear when we look at certain departments of
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    • recent lecture on mysticism I spoke of the particular form of
    • mysticism thus appears to us, particularly as the result of
    • associated particularly with the appearance of egoistic
    • to our past experiences, particularly those in which we were
    • truly part of itself what has lived unconsciously in all its
    • often told today, particularly in the ideas of a falsely
    • particularly clear when we look at certain departments of
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    • We come now to the third, very complicated migration. Part of it
    • They underwent it in part on other planets, and thus they brought from
    • mankind. The Leader of the Sixth Root Race, in particular, will be a
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    • We come now to the third, very complicated migration. Part of it
    • They underwent it in part on other planets, and thus they brought from
    • mankind. The Leader of the Sixth Root Race, in particular, will be a
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Contents
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    • several microcosmic counterparts in the form of man's skin and sense
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    • soul or the eternal part of man, we very soon realise that, apart from
    • see nothing but the transient part of man.
    • As we shall find, however, even this transient part of man can never
    • star-strewn heavens and see a star, a planet at a particular spot in
    • one part of the picture — a part that gradually fades away before
    • parts.
    • movement. If we watch any particular planet, then the Ptolemaic
    • another has a nose of a particular shape; a third has mournful eyes; a
    • those parts of man's organism which enable him to move about in the
    • behind every part of him we see a world of spiritual, cosmic Beings.
    • learn the various parts of the skeleton — arms, hands, bones of
    • movements. You can see this revealed in every single part of the
    • The Moon, as the planet nearest to the Earth, exercises a particularly
    • strong influence upon one part of the animal: the skeleton develops,
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    • incorrect to speak of the physical being of man apart from the soul
    • and spirit. The physical part of man, the physical body that we
    • what happens to it, for the particular way in which dissolution takes
    • whole human being, not merely part of him. The whole human being, in
    • more and more indefinite. In contrast to this, the other parts of the
    • body become singularly expressive — particularly the region where
    • Earth the most expressive part of man's being is found to be gradually
    • Universe, and the judgement then becomes a part of his destiny. And in
    • As time goes on, man becomes a part of the Cosmic Word itself. What at
    • into articulate parts of the Cosmic Word. Man “speaks forth”
    • when he begins gradually to depart from the Beings of the First
    • part of Earth existence, those who are living through the Midnight
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    • what it really means is that there, in that particular direction, is a
    • part laid aside, for they are now in astral bodies. These primeval
    • Now the particular forces which are contained in this Moon environment
    • many human beings to undergo, at any rate in part, the experiences
    • man has its seat in the limb and metabolic system in the lower part of
    • his organism, that is to say, in the part of man that becomes after
    • a new and particularly vivid experience befalls man.
    • Mercury influences, for example, were particularly strong during the
    • Spartans. Yet everywhere in Greece the Sun, in its spiritual aspect as
    • existence acquires a particular significance for our age. It is
    • particularly in our age that the Beings who rule over the Universe
    • starry system that were particularly at work. In our time it is the
    • Beings who afterwards took their departure to the Moon and to-day
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    • the heavens and some particular region of super-sensible life. As an
    • this region the spirit-form of the lower part of the human being is
    • part closely connected with himself. In the last lecture I told
    • through Mars he becomes part of the Cosmic Speech, he grows one with
    • of the metamorphosis of the lower man into the various parts of the
    • nor have you any occasion to be particularly proud of what you were
    • come to him through being born into a particular family and a
    • particular nation.
    • existence, when superhuman Teachers imparted superhuman wisdom to the
    • and birth. Man's embryonic life runs hand in hand with a particular
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    • able to find at least a partial solution to the riddle, his soul will
    • vision goes into some high mountainous region that is particularly
    • part of our being, the metallic substances in the Earth can give rise
    • metamorphosis of our being; they have also their part in the whole
    • Earth, clothing himself in a physical, human body and partaking in the
    • behold also their working wherever fire has part in the process of
    • incandescent through the power of fire, played an essential part in
    • Seraphim and Cherubim. The Cherubim it is who play the chief part in
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    • observes the phenomena of life with a certain impartiality will
    • dreamer has never experienced them, I would answer: the parts
    • waking consciousness. In a certain sense they still participate
    • in their breathing processes; they also participate, although
    • sleep they do not actually participate in the processes of
    • be able to participate in human destiny, so we are led to the
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    • observes the phenomena of life with a certain impartiality will
    • dreamer has never experienced them, I would answer: the parts
    • waking consciousness. In a certain sense they still participate
    • in their breathing processes; they also participate, although
    • sleep they do not actually participate in the processes of
    • be able to participate in human destiny, so we are led to the
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    • particular remarks connected with the elucidations you will
    • partridge flutters into the ditch, and therewith our
    • causes it, and which I find in the form of the partridge. But
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    • particular remarks connected with the elucidations you will
    • partridge flutters into the ditch, and therewith our
    • causes it, and which I find in the form of the partridge. But
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    • human being is asleep, and in particular at the etheric body. In this
    • This lively activity of the etheric body streams out, in particular,
    • sleeping human being — that is to say upon the part of the human
    • For example, from the moment of falling asleep there is a particular
    • irradiate the interior of the physical part of the sleeping human
    • life of the cosmos this particular music, and radiance, and flooding
    • sleep, in its continual fluctuation, and then draw it at a particular
    • Particularly during sleep, it is revealed in its gleaming and glowing,
    • Let us assume that a human being has a relation to a particular Being
    • particular gnats cannot be distinguished, only a grey patch in the
    • patches in the physical air, one discovers the particular existing
    • real, particular beings — everywhere in the world it is
    • particular Beings that are at work, and the rest is illusion, arising
    • must have particular Beings. But consciousness of these Beings has
    • spoken by the particular Beings in self-revelation, this is the
    • We must understand the connection of these things. Then the particular
    • how they speak out their own essence. For each particular Being a full
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    • human being is asleep, and in particular at the etheric body. In this
    • This lively activity of the etheric body streams out, in particular,
    • sleeping human being — that is to say upon the part of the human
    • For example, from the moment of falling asleep there is a particular
    • irradiate the interior of the physical part of the sleeping human
    • life of the cosmos this particular music, and radiance, and flooding
    • sleep, in its continual fluctuation, and then draw it at a particular
    • Particularly during sleep, it is revealed in its gleaming and glowing,
    • Let us assume that a human being has a relation to a particular Being
    • particular gnats cannot be distinguished, only a grey patch in the
    • patches in the physical air, one discovers the particular existing
    • real, particular beings — everywhere in the world it is
    • particular Beings that are at work, and the rest is illusion, arising
    • must have particular Beings. But consciousness of these Beings has
    • spoken by the particular Beings in self-revelation, this is the
    • We must understand the connection of these things. Then the particular
    • how they speak out their own essence. For each particular Being a full
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    • original point of departure. These discoveries in the realm of numbers
    • of the soul embedded in the earthly body, there is a purer part
    • expressly states: ‘The rest of the Spiritual part of man can to a
    • leading and guiding genius of man is something apart and can be seen
    • also expressed outwardly in the fact that the part of their etheric
    • seen that that part of the etheric body which forms the head projects
    • up to Easter the conditions are particularly favourable for bringing
    • part in the Christmas changes in the earth. The season of Easter is
    • importance and which ought to be thoroughly understood, particularly
    • and particularly as regards the Mystery of Christ, be taken as a
    • pass things by, which in reality, if we are but attentive, play a part
    • the particular karma of this man made an early death necessary, so
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    • original point of departure. These discoveries in the realm of numbers
    • of the soul embedded in the earthly body, there is a purer part
    • expressly states: ‘The rest of the Spiritual part of man can to a
    • leading and guiding genius of man is something apart and can be seen
    • also expressed outwardly in the fact that the part of their etheric
    • seen that that part of the etheric body which forms the head projects
    • up to Easter the conditions are particularly favourable for bringing
    • part in the Christmas changes in the earth. The season of Easter is
    • importance and which ought to be thoroughly understood, particularly
    • and particularly as regards the Mystery of Christ, be taken as a
    • pass things by, which in reality, if we are but attentive, play a part
    • the particular karma of this man made an early death necessary, so
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    • reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form,
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    • Part four veers off into its own direction, yet
    • In the first verse of part one, the soul is reminded
    • despair. The Self may be experienced as a participant in eternal
    • In verse two of part one is revealed that He who is
    • of as physical geography: They have particular esoteric
    • In part two, the human soul is again addressed. It is
    • In verse one, part three, the soul is addressed for the
    • the individual's own part in that process, clarify themselves.
    • In part four, a new rhythm and impulse spiral in as
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    • In a Movement like our own, the number 7 also has a certain part to
    • come and say: “I for my part am no clairvoyant. But here is
    • quite understandable. This particular theosophist would never have
    • both receive the same revelations. Let us take some particular case.
    • equal significance with their possession. This is particularly
    • when the spiritual worlds are beheld merely in a visionary way. Apart
    • thinking to what has been seen — apart from this, let us suppose
    • is imparted in the Movement known as the Theosophical. A thousand
    • real occult science to-day is to impart those results of spiritual
    • will find something lacking in them all. These old books may impart
    • spiritual world with thought can also impart them in such a way that
    • apply these same thoughts to what is imparted from the spiritual
    • only plays a part when a sense-picture is made. If you have a picture
    • the brain, but when you think of a pure circle apart from all
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    • In a Movement like our own, the number 7 also has a certain part to
    • come and say: “I for my part am no clairvoyant. But here is
    • quite understandable. This particular theosophist would never have
    • both receive the same revelations. Let us take some particular case.
    • equal significance with their possession. This is particularly
    • when the spiritual worlds are beheld merely in a visionary way. Apart
    • thinking to what has been seen — apart from this, let us suppose
    • is imparted in the Movement known as the Theosophical. A thousand
    • real occult science to-day is to impart those results of spiritual
    • will find something lacking in them all. These old books may impart
    • spiritual world with thought can also impart them in such a way that
    • apply these same thoughts to what is imparted from the spiritual
    • only plays a part when a sense-picture is made. If you have a picture
    • the brain, but when you think of a pure circle apart from all
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    • together, each one of them carrying out their particular functions.
    • men, each of whom has his particular task, are gathered together into
    • playing his own part, they form a kind of higher organism or body, and
    • set out to develop the powers of his soul in a particular direction.
    • the ancient Hebrew felt himself part of one great whole, secure in the
    • were divided into three parts, and the Ego reigns as king over the
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    • together, each one of them carrying out their particular functions.
    • men, each of whom has his particular task, are gathered together into
    • playing his own part, they form a kind of higher organism or body, and
    • set out to develop the powers of his soul in a particular direction.
    • the ancient Hebrew felt himself part of one great whole, secure in the
    • were divided into three parts, and the Ego reigns as king over the
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    • and make it a part of our body, so did the disciple of the Mysteries
    • and that so will He be recognized by the humanity of the future apart
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    • and make it a part of our body, so did the disciple of the Mysteries
    • and that so will He be recognized by the humanity of the future apart
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    • perception which hold sway at that particular time. We have also seen
    • it will be particularly difficult for modern man to understand is
    • been experienced outside the body. This soul, having participated
    • of the Divine-Spiritual — of which man is a part and through
    • has played a very small part in philosophy. To all quests for the
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    • perception which hold sway at that particular time. We have also seen
    • it will be particularly difficult for modern man to understand is
    • been experienced outside the body. This soul, having participated
    • of the Divine-Spiritual — of which man is a part and through
    • has played a very small part in philosophy. To all quests for the
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    • certain extent Wagner was aware of his particular mission in art. He
    • representation were part of one whole, and when Wagner looked back to
    • in art. Wagner felt that his own particular mission lay in this same
    • he feels it necessary to express much more than the physical part of
    • And the same is true of the Germanic myths. For the most part these
    • realisation on his part. — The old Atlanteans were possessed
    • that parting is inevitable.
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    • certain extent Wagner was aware of his particular mission in art. He
    • representation were part of one whole, and when Wagner looked back to
    • in art. Wagner felt that his own particular mission lay in this same
    • he feels it necessary to express much more than the physical part of
    • And the same is true of the Germanic myths. For the most part these
    • realisation on his part. — The old Atlanteans were possessed
    • that parting is inevitable.
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    • knowledge of this spiritual universe was imparted only to those who
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    • knowledge of this spiritual universe was imparted only to those who
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    • foundation upon which the will can reach its particular development.
    • LIFE and CULTURAL or SPIRITUAL LIFE. This need of a three-partition
    • only be recognised thoroughly by those who depart from
    • mechanical, particularly in regard to the abstract laws of Nature,
    • discover it in the three-partition of social life! All these things
    • explained to you just now. Particularly the years of sorrow, the
    • which do not depart from selfish, but from unselfish human impulses.
    • One nation after the other began to participate in the great
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    • foundation upon which the will can reach its particular development.
    • LIFE and CULTURAL or SPIRITUAL LIFE. This need of a three-partition
    • only be recognised thoroughly by those who depart from
    • mechanical, particularly in regard to the abstract laws of Nature,
    • discover it in the three-partition of social life! All these things
    • explained to you just now. Particularly the years of sorrow, the
    • which do not depart from selfish, but from unselfish human impulses.
    • One nation after the other began to participate in the great
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    • particularly within the more restricted circle connected with our
    • marvellous conception, so that he could feel the single parts of the
    • upon our thoughts, particularly in regard to our etheric body.
    • universe as forces. This entails work. It forms part of this work,
    • considered from a particular standpoint ... from the standpoint that
    • clock arises from its single parts. They would perhaps see the
    • different kinds of pincers taking hold of the clock’s parts,
    • cosmos participates in his development.
    • Particularly the
    • formation of the human head. It participates less in what is
    • attached to the head, and participates in a particular way in the
    • the formation of the other organs. The whole cosmos participates in
    • of centuries of work on the part of the higher Hierarchies.
    • value through, the fact that it becomes the point of departure for
    • fertilization on the part of the spirit is completely lacking.
    • influence this novel of Dostojevski had, particularly in Europe. I
    • whom the etheric body is particularly active; in the third one, a
    • particular member has the upper hand, and in another one, another
    • But all this shows us that at the present time, in particular, a soul
    • particular become wonderfully transparent. This reveals the tendency
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    • particularly within the more restricted circle connected with our
    • marvellous conception, so that he could feel the single parts of the
    • upon our thoughts, particularly in regard to our etheric body.
    • universe as forces. This entails work. It forms part of this work,
    • considered from a particular standpoint ... from the standpoint that
    • clock arises from its single parts. They would perhaps see the
    • different kinds of pincers taking hold of the clock’s parts,
    • cosmos participates in his development.
    • Particularly the
    • formation of the human head. It participates less in what is
    • attached to the head, and participates in a particular way in the
    • the formation of the other organs. The whole cosmos participates in
    • of centuries of work on the part of the higher Hierarchies.
    • value through, the fact that it becomes the point of departure for
    • fertilization on the part of the spirit is completely lacking.
    • influence this novel of Dostojevski had, particularly in Europe. I
    • whom the etheric body is particularly active; in the third one, a
    • particular member has the upper hand, and in another one, another
    • But all this shows us that at the present time, in particular, a soul
    • particular become wonderfully transparent. This reveals the tendency
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    • what the earlier temples in that part of the world may have been, it
    • thoughts and aims of those who participated in the building of these
    • counterpart in those remarkable temples of which only fragments and
    • other features, is a place set apart — and yet, at the same
    • quite apart from the outside appearance of the building. The exterior
    • impart to him. He has, for instance, himself discovered a certain
    • them before the eyes of the soul! That is part of the mission of our
    • view of art, they are, after all, part and parcel of the times in
    • perception is part and parcel of the aim before us — and we
    • such splendid understanding on the part of the Johannesbau-Verein and
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    • what the earlier temples in that part of the world may have been, it
    • thoughts and aims of those who participated in the building of these
    • counterpart in those remarkable temples of which only fragments and
    • other features, is a place set apart — and yet, at the same
    • quite apart from the outside appearance of the building. The exterior
    • impart to him. He has, for instance, himself discovered a certain
    • them before the eyes of the soul! That is part of the mission of our
    • view of art, they are, after all, part and parcel of the times in
    • perception is part and parcel of the aim before us — and we
    • such splendid understanding on the part of the Johannesbau-Verein and
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    • or parts thereof in any form.
    • narrative a great part of post-Noah humanity is derived from his
    • participation of an avatar being in the constitution and composition
    • being are capable of being multiplied and split into many parts.
    • however, limited to any one nationality nor to any particular people.
    • knowledge exists, knowledge is imparted and there is no particular
    • particular trend is always proclaimed by discussions. It is important
    • existence. What the human being is in particular, the great
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    • or parts thereof in any form.
    • narrative a great part of post-Noah humanity is derived from his
    • participation of an avatar being in the constitution and composition
    • being are capable of being multiplied and split into many parts.
    • however, limited to any one nationality nor to any particular people.
    • knowledge exists, knowledge is imparted and there is no particular
    • particular trend is always proclaimed by discussions. It is important
    • existence. What the human being is in particular, the great
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    • Spirit must I find again. But I have departed far from Him.”
    • Thus did man feel the Spirit from whom he had departed,
    • Principle held sway. Yet it was felt how man had departed ever more
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    • Spirit must I find again. But I have departed far from Him.”
    • Thus did man feel the Spirit from whom he had departed,
    • Principle held sway. Yet it was felt how man had departed ever more
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    • at the present time. It has been accused, in particular, of desiring
    • is not to acknowledge allegiance to any particular name, but only to
    • of the immortal part of human nature which passes onwards from
    • enumerate all the parts of the carriage, but all the parts are not
    • only the carriage consists of all the parts put together; it is no
    • more than a name for that of which all the parts make one
    • whole. If we consider it apart from its separate constituents, it is
    • the different parts together, we have only a Name. There is nothing
    • there in particular except the parts!’
    • heart as an instrument. So the living organism has parts, which in
    • co-existence within us. And when we consider what the separate parts
    • parts together, still we have not found the Man himself, if we only
    • look for him as the sum of the separate parts.’
    • true that the carriage is only a name for the assembled parts, yet
    • thou art not conveyed by the parts, but thou art conveyed by
    • something that is not the parts, for by their means thou canst
    • But by the ‘Name’ something particular is
    • any of the parts!
    • deny the possibility that anything particular attaches to what is
    • and this it is that concerns us — perceives the separate parts
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    • at the present time. It has been accused, in particular, of desiring
    • is not to acknowledge allegiance to any particular name, but only to
    • of the immortal part of human nature which passes onwards from
    • enumerate all the parts of the carriage, but all the parts are not
    • only the carriage consists of all the parts put together; it is no
    • more than a name for that of which all the parts make one
    • whole. If we consider it apart from its separate constituents, it is
    • the different parts together, we have only a Name. There is nothing
    • there in particular except the parts!’
    • heart as an instrument. So the living organism has parts, which in
    • co-existence within us. And when we consider what the separate parts
    • parts together, still we have not found the Man himself, if we only
    • look for him as the sum of the separate parts.’
    • true that the carriage is only a name for the assembled parts, yet
    • thou art not conveyed by the parts, but thou art conveyed by
    • something that is not the parts, for by their means thou canst
    • But by the ‘Name’ something particular is
    • any of the parts!
    • deny the possibility that anything particular attaches to what is
    • and this it is that concerns us — perceives the separate parts
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    • up a conceptual world of their own transcending what is imparted by
    • particular speech or language. Since, however, a language is common
    • object or a process by a word, is how the particular
    • as from out of himself, an echo of the particular object or process
    • regarded the matter from this particular point of view. The question
    • body. This astral body is, to Spiritual Science, as real a part of
    • to-day, — we call the part of the astral body which has been
    • astral body, but also upon the etheric body, we call the part of the
    • to that part of the physical body thus under the rulership of the
    • spiritual activity has been at work on our sheaths, imparting form,
    • tone. We do not produce the tone any more than the single parts of a
    • all these things flow into it, and impart to it a subjective element.
    • be understood within the scope of that particular art. Speech itself,
    • which would build up everything out of the single particles. It is
    • Spiritual Science is there to impart, in every domain,
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    • up a conceptual world of their own transcending what is imparted by
    • particular speech or language. Since, however, a language is common
    • object or a process by a word, is how the particular
    • as from out of himself, an echo of the particular object or process
    • regarded the matter from this particular point of view. The question
    • body. This astral body is, to Spiritual Science, as real a part of
    • to-day, — we call the part of the astral body which has been
    • astral body, but also upon the etheric body, we call the part of the
    • to that part of the physical body thus under the rulership of the
    • spiritual activity has been at work on our sheaths, imparting form,
    • tone. We do not produce the tone any more than the single parts of a
    • all these things flow into it, and impart to it a subjective element.
    • be understood within the scope of that particular art. Speech itself,
    • which would build up everything out of the single particles. It is
    • Spiritual Science is there to impart, in every domain,
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    • to-day more particularly of one aspect of this relationship of human
    • language in particular. The periods of time we have to take into view
    • not always so. If we go no farther back than to the earlier part of
    • parts of Europe. The feeling a man had when he was ploughing was
    • a word, it was not so much his thinking that partook in the
    • again; the will takes an intense and active part in the
    • relate particular facts and phenomena to particular higher spiritual
    • in man's speech — that is, in the later part of the
    • the Archangels in the later part of the Atlantean evolution, when
    • And now when we come to consider our particular sphere, the sphere of
    • consider one particular stream in the whole history of mankind, into
    • earlier part of the year is receiving death into itself, death and
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    • to-day more particularly of one aspect of this relationship of human
    • language in particular. The periods of time we have to take into view
    • not always so. If we go no farther back than to the earlier part of
    • parts of Europe. The feeling a man had when he was ploughing was
    • a word, it was not so much his thinking that partook in the
    • again; the will takes an intense and active part in the
    • relate particular facts and phenomena to particular higher spiritual
    • in man's speech — that is, in the later part of the
    • the Archangels in the later part of the Atlantean evolution, when
    • And now when we come to consider our particular sphere, the sphere of
    • consider one particular stream in the whole history of mankind, into
    • earlier part of the year is receiving death into itself, death and
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    • the first three and greater part of the fourth centuries of our era.
    • technique of thought manifest in the latter part of the eighteenth
    • their present state, the goat-form which constitutes the lower part
    • of heads, while the other parts of the bodily structure become
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    • the first three and greater part of the fourth centuries of our era.
    • technique of thought manifest in the latter part of the eighteenth
    • their present state, the goat-form which constitutes the lower part
    • of heads, while the other parts of the bodily structure become
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    • the most part it consisted in this very fact: man was able to free
    • ourselves only in our liquid part, Imaginative experiences can
    • onward we can perceive this influence upon us of the departed; their
    • physical life. It is part of the very character of man, when he has
    • such and such a part in a human being. He does not say, ‘That
    • fact that Lucifer is playing such and such a part in him. He does not
    • is playing such and such a part in him’.
    • soul in this or that departed one, for whom we are making
    • becomes of the major part of that which enters our soul life through
    • for time plays a greater part in it than space. Nevertheless, it is
    • that part of your body. So it is when you look inward from the whole
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    • the most part it consisted in this very fact: man was able to free
    • ourselves only in our liquid part, Imaginative experiences can
    • onward we can perceive this influence upon us of the departed; their
    • physical life. It is part of the very character of man, when he has
    • such and such a part in a human being. He does not say, ‘That
    • fact that Lucifer is playing such and such a part in him. He does not
    • is playing such and such a part in him’.
    • soul in this or that departed one, for whom we are making
    • becomes of the major part of that which enters our soul life through
    • for time plays a greater part in it than space. Nevertheless, it is
    • that part of your body. So it is when you look inward from the whole
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    • and the Israelites. Moreover, one can say that a great part of the
    • Osiris, and the Greeks on their part relate of Osiris that he is the
    • Egyptians sought to learn of the eternal part of the human soul. They
    • but in order to know of this eternal part in life the Egyptians
    • particularly need.) And you know too that she saved Zeus and brought
    • Gaea and Uranus, particularly, however, when Chronos reigned with
    • unsympathetic visits; Zeus in particular, as you know, sometimes paid
    • particularly outstanding degree. A certain clairvoyance naturally
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    • slain, she departed on a search for the dead body. She found it at
    • nothing else than that he had let the star wisdom be imparted to
    • trace that back by saying: only the parts have been left, the
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    • part what immense depth of human consciousness in ancient times
    • prejudice, your impartiality in the highest degree, in order that you
    • particular illusion, just as the visitor believed one day in a
    • particular illusion: the new Isis had an offspring — and she
    • into fourteen parts through the very power of the world.
    • change of voice or some other part of the bodily organism, but they
    • speaks of man? Of what does even a great part of modern fiction
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    • the sense of Plato, really only considered a man to be a partaker of
    • spiritual world. In particular he can find the way to his true, his
    • every such Zodiacal constellation is related to a particular planet,
    • of you.) Cancer is to be regarded as belonging particularly to the
    • very particularly.
    • co-operation of the left and the right, which is shown in particular
    • particularly the things out in the universe, was an especially strong
    • precisely through his head. It is particularly difficult today to
    • gives man aggressive forces, particularly offered support to all that
    • comes from particular planets for the various sections in the path of
    • the mission, during a particular constellation, of very especially
    • sleeping Isis! The greatest part of mankind is sleeping
    • of Brest-Litowsk. You know that various people are taking part in
    • them. The chief people from Russia taking part — to single that
    • traitor-type, as a very particularly abominable fellow. And as
    • with Lenin. Kameneff-Rosenfeld could prove in particular that he had
    • particular stories, my dear friends, and could relate hundreds and
    • if indeed these things men are taking part in are actualities. It is
    • in particular to a University Rector, but I will not stress this
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    • to be of a definite age before he could take any part in public
    • in the beginning of his twenties a man is clever enough to take part
    • draw on hundreds from every part of Europe. In the first half of the
    • have everywhere party-standpoints in which everyone looks on his
    • took part in group meetings five years ago, and five years ago he so
    • by what others had imparted to him, and then he had got such a
    • talks, takes part in group meetings, grumbles vigorously about the
    • wisdom of the world. This was at one time an accepted part of
    • part in science; that did not suit his later years.
    • standpoint. He has, in the first place, only seen the parties which
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    • this statement applies particularly to our own time. We know that
    • dear friends, if one only looks at the part of man which I have drawn
    • case; the remaining part is only a fragment as physical man, and it
    • living lie somewhat far apart from one another today. The dead have a
    • man's organism, that is to say from the spiritual part of the
    • It is imparted even to the smallest children — at least, what
    • conception as is imparted even to children today would be unthinkable
    • can impart to the children, they will be an important possession for
    • quickly through universal space. Our head takes part in this speed of
    • the earth, the rest of our organism takes no part in it, the rest of
    • a sphere, is an image of the heavens, must also participate in what
    • participate, it makes its development more slowly. Were our whole
    • organism to participate today in the speed of the earth, were it
    • as we do. It is the spiritual part of the remaining organism which
    • will be a particular inner experience. Think of this two-fold human
    • imparts it to me, I receive it just as information, I cannot know it
    • but that the conflict is in part directed under divine assistance
    • particular that he can take youth captive? He is from the outset
    • powers have taken part in working upon what is being accomplished in
    • played its part for centuries will become different. We are standing
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    • head-part and the remaining part. We can consider the head-part in
    • can realize that a considerable part of man's task between death and
    • we ourselves take part in working in the cosmos. And from the
    • magnet, people own that the universe plays a part, it is only when
    • willing to see that the whole universe participates in it. In the
    • struggles against those parts of the truth that are suggestive of
    • that part of my book
    • heredity, however, and that the part of man which excludes the head
    • physical, for as regards the spiritual part of the remaining
    • while man lives here on earth, the rest of his organism, apart from
    • physical organism falls away from us, our spiritual part with our
    • universe our physical element. By giving our spiritual part to the
    • our physical part to the earth through death we are spiritual human
    • things that are imparted to the young nowadays: think of this made
    • evolution. In that part of the earth, for instance, where the Atlantic Ocean
    • part of present-day Europe was then under the sea — conditions
    • the standpoint of a quite particular ingeniousness in such an unclear
    • do they do it? A great part of those who are heavily involved in the
    • today in a quite particular period of development; they cannot
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    • however, he must first of all induce a particular standpoint in his
    • back six rolls for his ten kreuzer. The boy was not particularly good
    • brought into the family from another part and he became for our small
    • you see, a custom in those parts that when you bought five you
    • allowing yourself to be ruled by this particular connection of cause
    • in making the acquaintance of people who have come to that particular
    • at all. At most, when someone else had spoken against a particular
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    • comes forward and shows us that a particular statement and its exact
    • process in some part or other of our body, a hardening process. You
    • part of the wolf has been quite erroneously assumed to constitute
    • particularly. The man who has attained in any high degree to
    • him he will always find that while some parts of the being arouse in
    • parts give him the feeling of death. Everything that we see behind
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    • that the physical body of man is a part of the external world of the
    • make clear to-day; I want to show you the particular and significant
    • think this thought of the I apart from all thinking, feeling and
    • say: “If I am to understand the Resurrection as part of the Mystery of
    • ascendancy on its part over the etheric body. And thus the whole
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    • particular period of time for experiencing them, but also one soul
    • but we have there to distinguish two parts: first, our real
    • inwardness, and secondly, the part of our inwardness which has become
    • has to-day. For these nerves only arise in their particular form of
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    • prepared to reckon it as a particular step forward in human nature
    • are particular processes of what we can describe in general as the
    • only be partially described in more general anthroposophical
    • after death the Intuition. All these are actual constituent parts of
    • distinctly into two parts. There is, firstly, that part of the
    • in. But there is another part which cosmic existence does not receive
    • Thus, what we ray forth from us falls into two parts, that which is
    • doomed to destruction, destined solely for time, it is the part of
    • on the earth and not be able to partake in the further evolution that
    • nerve substance, etc., has only become so in those particular
    • particular stages of evolution.
    • darkening, while the ego grew particularly bright and was made to
    • consciousness of its individuality, of its particular single
    • himself as a particular individuality and cuts himself off in his
    • to feel himself a member and part of the whole of humanity.
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    • being or passing away. And I pointed out in particular how the human
    • relationships between particular metal substances and particular
    • are already partially known from external experience will, through
    • for any particular diet, I am merely informing you about facts of
    • in the several kingdoms of nature, for those parts of the individual
    • many healing forces for the kidney system, and seeds in a particular
    • into the soul nature of man when we pass from the parts to the whole.
    • take care to observe it spiritually and see whether it is a part or
    • means a whole for themselves; they are parts, they are members of a
    • we speak of that to which the several plants belong, as parts belong
    • parts the plants, just as man has the hairs on his body.
    • whole to a part. Altogether there are seven group souls — plant
    • is a part or a whole. There are scientists in our days who look upon
    • but really all such talk on the part of science has no value at all
    • the most spiritual part of plant existence.
    • thoughts are clearly grasped, only a very few become a conscious part
    • observe in such a way that it becomes a permanent part of your
    • since the Atlantean catastrophe, are present and are part of our
    • developed penetrate into man, and man partakes of them with his soul
    • he has himself imparted to the earth in earlier epochs of its
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    • by means of his morality, is imparted to the whole cosmos. In the
    • whole great universe. In reality we participate in the making of the
    • feel ourselves as participants in the creation of the world.
    • in the cosmos. This is not the case. The astral body also imparts
    • itself to the universe, though to be sure, to the spirit-soul part of
    • moral impulses, it imparts itself to the cosmos, — it inserts
    • itself, so to speak, into the spirit-soul part of the universe with
    • astral body imparts itself to the universe; if I may use the
    • makes the ego feel attracted to just this particular returning astral
    • rather the bone-muscle organization, and so forth, the part which
    • birth feels attracted to a particular spot on earth. So we can say
    • against the solid parts of the brain (this brain fluid, which rushes
    • next earth life. Even though it is the lowest part of the human
    • have lived in the same part of the earth or, if we consider the
    • earlier age lived in another part of the earth; but in doing all this
    • confirmation. Just the fact that things are, for the most part,
    • but also of the middle, European peoples, and even part of the
    • western, the middle, and even a part of the eastern Europeans (not
    • all, but a great part of them) have souls that once dwelt in the
    • part have experienced nothing of Christianity in their former
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    • by means of his morality, is imparted to the whole cosmos. In the
    • whole great universe. In reality we participate in the making of the
    • feel ourselves as participants in the creation of the world.
    • in the cosmos. This is not the case. The astral body also imparts
    • itself to the universe, though to be sure, to the spirit-soul part of
    • moral impulses, it imparts itself to the cosmos, — it inserts
    • itself, so to speak, into the spirit-soul part of the universe with
    • astral body imparts itself to the universe; if I may use the
    • makes the ego feel attracted to just this particular returning astral
    • rather the bone-muscle organization, and so forth, the part which
    • birth feels attracted to a particular spot on earth. So we can say
    • against the solid parts of the brain (this brain fluid, which rushes
    • next earth life. Even though it is the lowest part of the human
    • have lived in the same part of the earth or, if we consider the
    • earlier age lived in another part of the earth; but in doing all this
    • confirmation. Just the fact that things are, for the most part,
    • but also of the middle, European peoples, and even part of the
    • western, the middle, and even a part of the eastern Europeans (not
    • all, but a great part of them) have souls that once dwelt in the
    • part have experienced nothing of Christianity in their former
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    • in a particular child, but in general it can be said that the human
    • which the astral body participates in the process. For when the human
    • how he imparts to the words his own characteristic tone of voice, how
    • as well. Part of the experience of the Ego during the hours of sleep
    • particular thing was done with the arms! Or again: Such and such an
    • is one that is particularly observable in modern cultural life —
    • imparts real aim to life and transcends physical existence, if in his
    • To understand these things constitutes an integral part of the
    • not only plays a part in the period immediately following death, but
    • during the night, however, the astral body participates in the life
    • can only play their part if we are able to offer them the necessary
    • this is by no means a mere naming of particular stages, but we are
    • that is to say, in a realm beyond and apart from those members
    • well be found in what is said concerning one particular domain or
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    • in a particular child, but in general it can be said that the human
    • which the astral body participates in the process. For when the human
    • how he imparts to the words his own characteristic tone of voice, how
    • as well. Part of the experience of the Ego during the hours of sleep
    • particular thing was done with the arms! Or again: Such and such an
    • is one that is particularly observable in modern cultural life —
    • imparts real aim to life and transcends physical existence, if in his
    • To understand these things constitutes an integral part of the
    • not only plays a part in the period immediately following death, but
    • during the night, however, the astral body participates in the life
    • can only play their part if we are able to offer them the necessary
    • this is by no means a mere naming of particular stages, but we are
    • that is to say, in a realm beyond and apart from those members
    • well be found in what is said concerning one particular domain or
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    • part determined by the inheritance bequeathed to her intellectual
    • impartial insight to bear upon Goethe's creative power in
    • parts: in the totality of her manifestations, you search for the key
    • As I was for the most part almost entirely engrossed by the business
    • to be satisfied, of late years particularly, I had the peculiarity
    • Faust for the initiated. In the second part of this
    • characterize the part which Evil takes in the formation of
    • on these wanderings, he possesses only a part of human nature. What
    • he himself says concerning his connection with the earthly part of
    • Part ii, Act ii.
    • Part ii, Act ii.
    • Part ii, Act ii.
    • Part ii, Act ii.
    • Goethe makes his entrance into the vegetable kingdom particularly
    • developed quite naturally in the second part of the play. Goethe
    • Part ii, Act i.
    • Part ii, Act v.
    • partly carried out in my life, and partly wished to carry out?
    • Goethe now endeavored on his part to set forth the same idea from the
    • impart of his mystic experiences. The three kings represent the
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    • part determined by the inheritance bequeathed to her intellectual
    • impartial insight to bear upon Goethe's creative power in
    • parts: in the totality of her manifestations, you search for the key
    • As I was for the most part almost entirely engrossed by the business
    • to be satisfied, of late years particularly, I had the peculiarity
    • Faust for the initiated. In the second part of this
    • characterize the part which Evil takes in the formation of
    • on these wanderings, he possesses only a part of human nature. What
    • he himself says concerning his connection with the earthly part of
    • Part ii, Act ii.
    • Part ii, Act ii.
    • Part ii, Act ii.
    • Part ii, Act ii.
    • Goethe makes his entrance into the vegetable kingdom particularly
    • developed quite naturally in the second part of the play. Goethe
    • Part ii, Act i.
    • Part ii, Act v.
    • partly carried out in my life, and partly wished to carry out?
    • Goethe now endeavored on his part to set forth the same idea from the
    • impart of his mystic experiences. The three kings represent the
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    • partiality for mathematics, for geometry, for mechanics.
    • and, their knowledge of the world is derived, for the most part, from
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    • partiality for mathematics, for geometry, for mechanics.
    • and, their knowledge of the world is derived, for the most part, from
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    • to be in and part of it. He feels: now for the first time I am
    • wishes and the like, arise, seems to have departed and we feel our
    • to take their departure. They press in upon us and allow themselves
    • thoughtful deliberation have departed. A man who has developed his
    • moment, and at will, look back to what formed part of his
    • passed into you, as it were, from the external world, has become part
    • in amateurish fashion. This particular brand of modern superstition
    • essential part of the path leading into the higher worlds.
    • freedom may become an integral part of man’s estate. Conscious
    • with the super-sensible worlds and with the Eternal part of his being
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    • to be in and part of it. He feels: now for the first time I am
    • wishes and the like, arise, seems to have departed and we feel our
    • to take their departure. They press in upon us and allow themselves
    • thoughtful deliberation have departed. A man who has developed his
    • moment, and at will, look back to what formed part of his
    • passed into you, as it were, from the external world, has become part
    • in amateurish fashion. This particular brand of modern superstition
    • essential part of the path leading into the higher worlds.
    • freedom may become an integral part of man’s estate. Conscious
    • with the super-sensible worlds and with the Eternal part of his being
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    • the part played in his life by prophecy. The kind of prophecy in
    • scholarship is never focused on such connections, no particular
    • of the time, was sent to war, took part in the battle of Ostend and
    • quite apart from details — that there is a connection between
    • revolves in a circle consisting of four parts, passes therefore
    • twenty-eighth year. Just as the circle divides into four parts, so
    • our house or look out of the window at some particular time in the
    • leading parts in the evolution of humanity. Whether they apply these
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    • the part played in his life by prophecy. The kind of prophecy in
    • scholarship is never focused on such connections, no particular
    • of the time, was sent to war, took part in the battle of Ostend and
    • quite apart from details — that there is a connection between
    • revolves in a circle consisting of four parts, passes therefore
    • twenty-eighth year. Just as the circle divides into four parts, so
    • our house or look out of the window at some particular time in the
    • leading parts in the evolution of humanity. Whether they apply these
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    • moreover without misgivings ... to depart from the accepted custom of
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    • by no means the outcome of fully conscious deliberation on the part of
    • significance of the part played by breathing in those ancient times.
    • afterwards, remnants of the old clairvoyance persisted, particularly in
    • imparted by these Beings.
    • could have played no part in the affairs of the earth, and places were
    • of inbreathing now ceased to play the predominating part. In-breathing
    • being. As we breathe out we impart to the rhythm of the breath
    • particular, to its highest perfection of form — for the hexameter
    • likeness is particularly good, but when we look at this blind Homer,
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    • spiritual visions, thoughts were imparted to men from out of the
    • mummified bodies of men, the mummies. The mummies played a part of the
    • importance, when the human being will impart to his out-breathing those
    • permeated with Christ that they are able to impart to the out-breathed
    • expression. The particular tendency of these Beings is to help man to
    • within him some strong moral idea that this moral idea can become part
    • which he cannot get rid, that his particular constitution is due
    • individual to do what the particular situation demands of him. This
    • of the best writing emanating from those particular circles, although
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    • being after the spirit-and-soul had departed from his physical form.
    • of his inner life, were imparted to him directly from the spiritual
    • spirit had departed, he could receive enlightenment about nature around
    • — all these things were known, particularly, to men of Hebrew
    • mummies, impart it to us. Time ran on and the Mystery of Golgotha took
    • pre-Christian cults. And particularly since the fourteenth and
    • has departed from them. As little as the soul of a man indwelt his
    • dead in order that a science of nature might be imparted to them. The
    • man of modern times needs something that again imparts to him a
    • Now quite apart from the
    • sincere Orders, in which more was imparted than, for example, an
    • am referring were able to impart more, because certain needs prevailed
    • things as very significant, particularly when it is mentioned by people
    • him, at a great age, to write the second part of Faust if he had
    • second part of Faust, which was written from the year 1824
    • he depicts Faust being given a draught of youth. It is really part of
    • part of their very soul. The forces of the Nature-Spirits were received
    • person who stands in the flesh before the altar, because — apart
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    • participate in many a scene in the Mysteries during a certain epoch of
    • parts of the organism, not in the head itself.
    • The actual effect of this, however, manifests in the other parts of the
    • world results in a change in the brain, the brain, for its part, works,
    • breathe in a particular way; and by transforming the breathing process
    • whom the first science of nature was imparted. What the pupil of Yoga
    • seen streaming from the human head into the other part of the organism,
    • were an echo of the Yoga teaching imparted, for example, by Initiates
    • as you know, also play a part in cult and ritual. When true ceremonial,
    • an Initiate will be able to say to his pupils: When you participate
    • particle will remain in that distant future. The processes set up by
    • will be dispersed and scattered; not one particle will remain. But what
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    • makes man truly man, departs at death, and something remains over in
    • the corpse, which can only have this particular form because a living
    • The counterpart of this
    • leaf has a particular shape and another leaf a different shape, is a mere
    • it has a particular form, at another place a different form. Goethe did
    • not regard this as particularly wonderful for, after all, a man can run
    • he applied to the several parts of the single plant. Think of the
    • parts, to develop roots, stem, leaves, flowers, fruit; and a plant
    • Nevertheless Goethe was partially successful in this too, as I have
    • skull, the bones of which had fallen apart in a way very favourable for
    • head of our present earth-life is the transformed body (the body apart
    • the forces which were embodied in the other parts of your body in your
    • Goethe's participation
    • cannot really be digested ... I will not enlarge upon this particular
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    • illuminating our understanding of particular events. Knowledge of an
    • powers; they work for the most part, and they work most powerfully,
    • this mighty force prompting a large part of European humanity to an
    • different forms, towards other parts of Europe.
    • come to dwell in the body of Jesus of Nazareth and would impart a
    • which Christ Jesus had partaken of the Last Supper with His Apostles,
    • imparted to this first stream by the Arabian influence and by its
    • into those concepts which, in the culture of Latin Rome, had departed
    • but such that the element of vision had departed from them; they were
    • which until far into the Middle Ages was clothed for the most part in
    • particularly the etheric nature of man, the etheric body of man.
    • by ceremony and ritual, by participation in happenings and actions
    • insignificant apart in affairs.
    • vestiges of esotericism still survived. In Spain particularly, but also
    • counterpart, the Round Table of King Arthur. There men did feel the
    • indicate lines of direction and impart to the middle stream a certain
    • strength, and herein his genius was particularly effective.
    • really earth, but a particular place in the cosmos.
    • alive in the world of chivalry and knighthood or at least in that part
    • outer world in which the human being himself participates, pre-eminent
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    • basis of spiritual science, the super-sensible part of human nature
    • external senses, there is also a part of the human being which is the
    • bearer of a super-sensible essence. This part can be perceived with
    • particularly from the standpoint of so-called modern natural science,
    • when facing them in a particular way. In reality, I can only
    • I can, in a certain way, participate actively through my cognitive
    • objects and the reality of that part of the self which belongs to the
    • even there take part in, nor penetrate into, the actual genesis of
    • participating in its creative process, we can understand what we lose
    • after all, to find some access enabling us to participate in these
    • is one sphere where we can know in a direct way that we participate —
    • not participate in our constructive processes, in the creation of our
    • organism which are of a creative kind constitute a part of our being
    • towards fruitful thoughts, particularly towards symbolic thoughts, as
    • intellectual sphere — and particularly symbolic
    • in the physical world. Particularly in regard to the way in which
    • imaginative world, through this fact we are able to participate in a
    • soul-spiritual part of the child's being unites itself with
    • part.
    • We understand and we can see how the soul-spiritual part gradually
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    • basis of spiritual science, the super-sensible part of human nature
    • external senses, there is also a part of the human being which is the
    • bearer of a super-sensible essence. This part can be perceived with
    • particularly from the standpoint of so-called modern natural science,
    • when facing them in a particular way. In reality, I can only
    • I can, in a certain way, participate actively through my cognitive
    • objects and the reality of that part of the self which belongs to the
    • even there take part in, nor penetrate into, the actual genesis of
    • participating in its creative process, we can understand what we lose
    • after all, to find some access enabling us to participate in these
    • is one sphere where we can know in a direct way that we participate —
    • not participate in our constructive processes, in the creation of our
    • organism which are of a creative kind constitute a part of our being
    • towards fruitful thoughts, particularly towards symbolic thoughts, as
    • intellectual sphere — and particularly symbolic
    • in the physical world. Particularly in regard to the way in which
    • imaginative world, through this fact we are able to participate in a
    • soul-spiritual part of the child's being unites itself with
    • part.
    • We understand and we can see how the soul-spiritual part gradually
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    • spirit. By departing from various standpoints, we have gradually
    • particular, will be unfolded in the next few days. We may say that
    • particular element which has, on the one hand, taken up something
    • fourth century of our era. Particularly a man like Augustine clearly
    • altogether disappeared, particularly in regard to their inner
    • things were altogether considered as forming part
    • but when it began to tackle the external world. Particularly in a man
    • may see, particularly in the nineteenth century, the development of a
    • super-sensible world through faith. Particularly significant in this
    • laws. This forms part of what has been achieved from 1840 onwards.
    • vertebrae and the cranium, particularly emphasized this: No matter
    • one might say, particularly clearly in the nineties of the nineteenth
    • this development. I would only like you to hold fast in particular,
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    • spirit. By departing from various standpoints, we have gradually
    • particular, will be unfolded in the next few days. We may say that
    • particular element which has, on the one hand, taken up something
    • fourth century of our era. Particularly a man like Augustine clearly
    • altogether disappeared, particularly in regard to their inner
    • things were altogether considered as forming part
    • but when it began to tackle the external world. Particularly in a man
    • may see, particularly in the nineteenth century, the development of a
    • super-sensible world through faith. Particularly significant in this
    • laws. This forms part of what has been achieved from 1840 onwards.
    • vertebrae and the cranium, particularly emphasized this: No matter
    • one might say, particularly clearly in the nineties of the nineteenth
    • this development. I would only like you to hold fast in particular,
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    • state from his particular standpoint and, in reality, he was
    • the “colleague” Haeckel, and particularly emphasized
    • by indicating that, apart from Haeckel's statements concerning the
    • great historical significance in the nineteenth century, particularly
    • the head, the nerve-sensory part of what exists in the human being,
    • in the threefold human being, namely the nerve-sensory part, with the
    • life of thoughts, the rhythmical part, with the life of feeling, and
    • the metabolic part, with the life of the will. Hence, this
    • nerve-sensory part of the human being above all has developed during
    • man, the nerve-sensory part of man had been developed in a particular
    • characteristic way in the outwardly pious Christians, particularly in
    • (within, they are undoubtedly the counter-part of
    • part in man which experiences the dream-pictures; it is that part
    • particularly the world of the impulses of the will, inserts itself
    • thinking part of man, the head of man. And we must ask: What
    • occurs within the dreaming, feeling part of the human being, within
    • the sleeping, willing part of the human being, and what occurs from
    • become spiritually inclined, particularly the life of the will.
    • heads; but below, they have their will, the volitive part of man,
    • also have within them the feeling part of man; it reckons with
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    • state from his particular standpoint and, in reality, he was
    • the “colleague” Haeckel, and particularly emphasized
    • by indicating that, apart from Haeckel's statements concerning the
    • great historical significance in the nineteenth century, particularly
    • the head, the nerve-sensory part of what exists in the human being,
    • in the threefold human being, namely the nerve-sensory part, with the
    • life of thoughts, the rhythmical part, with the life of feeling, and
    • the metabolic part, with the life of the will. Hence, this
    • nerve-sensory part of the human being above all has developed during
    • man, the nerve-sensory part of man had been developed in a particular
    • characteristic way in the outwardly pious Christians, particularly in
    • (within, they are undoubtedly the counter-part of
    • part in man which experiences the dream-pictures; it is that part
    • particularly the world of the impulses of the will, inserts itself
    • thinking part of man, the head of man. And we must ask: What
    • occurs within the dreaming, feeling part of the human being, within
    • the sleeping, willing part of the human being, and what occurs from
    • become spiritually inclined, particularly the life of the will.
    • heads; but below, they have their will, the volitive part of man,
    • also have within them the feeling part of man; it reckons with
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    • formed upon Saturn and they are the most perfect parts of man's
    • harmony. Particularly in regard to the “cosmic aroma”
    • progressed, the Sun really left behind a dark part, and the sun-spots
    • designates in the Bible a definite point of departure in the cosmic
    • the Sun. Only when the Sun began to shine forth again, one part of
    • two parts: the more highly developed substance remained behind upon
    • existence, but its best part remained behind upon the Sun,
    • development is far worse. Particularly in the North we come across a
    • it was connected with a great screaming on the part of the Moon
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    • formed upon Saturn and they are the most perfect parts of man's
    • harmony. Particularly in regard to the “cosmic aroma”
    • progressed, the Sun really left behind a dark part, and the sun-spots
    • designates in the Bible a definite point of departure in the cosmic
    • the Sun. Only when the Sun began to shine forth again, one part of
    • two parts: the more highly developed substance remained behind upon
    • existence, but its best part remained behind upon the Sun,
    • development is far worse. Particularly in the North we come across a
    • it was connected with a great screaming on the part of the Moon
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    • particular are well suited to awaken in us forces of confidence and
    • Particularly
    • this furniture van had appeared in a part where perhaps no
    • really arrived at that particular spot because the child had to
    • this particular case, however, it is significant that the etheric
    • individuality, from that part of its being which then continued
    • see, clairvoyant knowledge arises when our soul-spiritual part is
    • lifted out of our physical-corporeal part, so that we are endowed
    • asleep, for in both cases the soul-spiritual part is lifted out of
    • the physical-corporeal part. The clairvoyant consciousness is able to
    • soul-spiritual part of a sleeping human being. When a man is awake,
    • the soul-spiritual part is of course contained in the
    • physical-corporeal part; but let us now imagine a sleeping human
    • We may discern in the sleeping human body parts of the earth's brain,
    • body the imagination of that part of the universe which belongs, to
    • I have described to you. Quite apart from what takes place with the
    • destined to play a part in the spiritual progress of humanity —
    • particular task. You will find this in many of my lectures. And we
    • encounter on the part of people outside. Consider how these truths
    • nevertheless valid for this particular field. The etheric body
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    • particular are well suited to awaken in us forces of confidence and
    • Particularly
    • this furniture van had appeared in a part where perhaps no
    • really arrived at that particular spot because the child had to
    • this particular case, however, it is significant that the etheric
    • individuality, from that part of its being which then continued
    • see, clairvoyant knowledge arises when our soul-spiritual part is
    • lifted out of our physical-corporeal part, so that we are endowed
    • asleep, for in both cases the soul-spiritual part is lifted out of
    • the physical-corporeal part. The clairvoyant consciousness is able to
    • soul-spiritual part of a sleeping human being. When a man is awake,
    • the soul-spiritual part is of course contained in the
    • physical-corporeal part; but let us now imagine a sleeping human
    • We may discern in the sleeping human body parts of the earth's brain,
    • body the imagination of that part of the universe which belongs, to
    • I have described to you. Quite apart from what takes place with the
    • destined to play a part in the spiritual progress of humanity —
    • particular task. You will find this in many of my lectures. And we
    • encounter on the part of people outside. Consider how these truths
    • nevertheless valid for this particular field. The etheric body
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    • embodiments of the single parts of the cosmic Word. Now the sense of
    • understand man if one part of his existence is obliterated,
    • especially so important a part as his pre-existent life.
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    • embodiments of the single parts of the cosmic Word. Now the sense of
    • understand man if one part of his existence is obliterated,
    • especially so important a part as his pre-existent life.
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    • super-sensible Beings enter and play a part.
    • connected with him. Since then, Michael himself has been taking part
    • the spirits who partake in these things, great numbers of Luciferic
    • figures are all the time playing their part. The Luciferic figures
    • and matter-of-fact way. He was prevented from partaking in what was
    • kingdom of the Hierarchies. For you must see, there is a counterpart
    • appear as a race-creating force. There is a counterpart to it
    • parting of the Spirits, even in the world of the Angeloi. The Angel
    • Now for the group of a more Pagan predestination it is particularly
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    • super-sensible Beings enter and play a part.
    • connected with him. Since then, Michael himself has been taking part
    • the spirits who partake in these things, great numbers of Luciferic
    • figures are all the time playing their part. The Luciferic figures
    • and matter-of-fact way. He was prevented from partaking in what was
    • kingdom of the Hierarchies. For you must see, there is a counterpart
    • appear as a race-creating force. There is a counterpart to it
    • parting of the Spirits, even in the world of the Angeloi. The Angel
    • Now for the group of a more Pagan predestination it is particularly
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    • important parts in this process of evolution, and how the existence
    • particles of ice as they formed. And what is it that he now
    • that belief plays no part in the results of his researches, he is
    • sudden case of death occurring at a particular moment of pregnancy,
    • the burning thorn-bush which spoke to Moses, the Aura had become part
    • is suffering, death is suffering, to be parted from those whom
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    • important parts in this process of evolution, and how the existence
    • particles of ice as they formed. And what is it that he now
    • that belief plays no part in the results of his researches, he is
    • sudden case of death occurring at a particular moment of pregnancy,
    • the burning thorn-bush which spoke to Moses, the Aura had become part
    • is suffering, death is suffering, to be parted from those whom
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    • modern and particularly in European culture. This low point may be
    • characterised as the rise of a particular inthrust of egoism in all
    • do with a particular forming of man's etheric body, during a very old
    • time of development in India; a particular forming of the astral body
    • earthly lives, we brought over — partly through physical
    • heredity, but particularly through the fact that we ourselves
    • thinking. And when a particularly cultured Greek ate, he indeed
    • particularly visible way, after having swallowed its food. That is
    • particular energy that which also lived within him as physical human
    • formations in certain parts of the body. These names mean far more
    • grasp the Mystery of Golgotha accordingly. This is particularly
    • already entered a later phase of development. Particularly the
    • remains of an old clairvoyant knowledge, particularly clairvoyant
    • Anthroposophy. The “impartial philosophy” that is now
    • sleep as we do. This soul-constitution in particular should be
    • constitute the point of departure for bringing out Anthroposophy into
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    • modern and particularly in European culture. This low point may be
    • characterised as the rise of a particular inthrust of egoism in all
    • do with a particular forming of man's etheric body, during a very old
    • time of development in India; a particular forming of the astral body
    • earthly lives, we brought over — partly through physical
    • heredity, but particularly through the fact that we ourselves
    • thinking. And when a particularly cultured Greek ate, he indeed
    • particularly visible way, after having swallowed its food. That is
    • particular energy that which also lived within him as physical human
    • formations in certain parts of the body. These names mean far more
    • grasp the Mystery of Golgotha accordingly. This is particularly
    • already entered a later phase of development. Particularly the
    • remains of an old clairvoyant knowledge, particularly clairvoyant
    • Anthroposophy. The “impartial philosophy” that is now
    • sleep as we do. This soul-constitution in particular should be
    • constitute the point of departure for bringing out Anthroposophy into
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    • significance for what happens on earth as a whole. For only part
    • and indeed the rather lesser part — of what happens on the
    • prides itself particularly on the exercise of this very reason. But
    • feels himself to be a part of the earth, as the finger feels itself
    • be given a mantle suitable for the atmosphere of coffee-parties or
    • life of soul must change in one particular respect if our healthy
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    • significance for what happens on earth as a whole. For only part
    • and indeed the rather lesser part — of what happens on the
    • prides itself particularly on the exercise of this very reason. But
    • feels himself to be a part of the earth, as the finger feels itself
    • be given a mantle suitable for the atmosphere of coffee-parties or
    • life of soul must change in one particular respect if our healthy
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    • speak from one particular aspect on this impulse in the
    • weakened. In particular, the anthroposophical impulse must not he
    • but I had no part whatever in the founding of this Movement. It is a
    • because, when advice is justifiably asked in any particular sphere of
    • keep them apart, is actually — by becoming lax as regards the
    • held clearly apart. Therefore in the beginning, since everything
    • possessions, and when it is a case of participating in the
    • particular configuration and tendencies of their spiritual life,
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    • speak from one particular aspect on this impulse in the
    • weakened. In particular, the anthroposophical impulse must not he
    • but I had no part whatever in the founding of this Movement. It is a
    • because, when advice is justifiably asked in any particular sphere of
    • keep them apart, is actually — by becoming lax as regards the
    • held clearly apart. Therefore in the beginning, since everything
    • possessions, and when it is a case of participating in the
    • particular configuration and tendencies of their spiritual life,
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    • and so it may perhaps be particularly appropriate just now to say a
    • essential facts, particularly in regard to this subject. The
    • as an expression of his whole being. We must depart first of all from
    • development; but even during a part of the Moon period, during the
    • first days after his death, are particularly important as far as the
    • meaning. For we can hand over to the earth only those parts of our
    • however, hand over to the earth that part of our physical body that
    • comes from the ancient Moon existence, nor that part which comes from
    • those parts that come from the ancient Saturn existence, from the Sun
    • external part is accessible to our sensory contemplation, as
    • hand over to the earth, we return to the earth, only that part of our
    • the other part, when we have passed through the portal of death? The
    • other part withdraws from the one that sinks down into the earth, as
    • part is taken up by the whole universe.
    • the place where the spiritual part of our physical body abides after
    • death. Only a portion of this spiritual part, a portion contained in
    • other spiritual part of our physical body is borne out into the
    • side — that moment in which our spiritual part extricated
    • physical part. When we cannot contemplate the moment of death, beyond
    • super-sensible part of our physical body after death. We should seek
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    • and so it may perhaps be particularly appropriate just now to say a
    • essential facts, particularly in regard to this subject. The
    • as an expression of his whole being. We must depart first of all from
    • development; but even during a part of the Moon period, during the
    • first days after his death, are particularly important as far as the
    • meaning. For we can hand over to the earth only those parts of our
    • however, hand over to the earth that part of our physical body that
    • comes from the ancient Moon existence, nor that part which comes from
    • those parts that come from the ancient Saturn existence, from the Sun
    • external part is accessible to our sensory contemplation, as
    • hand over to the earth, we return to the earth, only that part of our
    • the other part, when we have passed through the portal of death? The
    • other part withdraws from the one that sinks down into the earth, as
    • part is taken up by the whole universe.
    • the place where the spiritual part of our physical body abides after
    • death. Only a portion of this spiritual part, a portion contained in
    • other spiritual part of our physical body is borne out into the
    • side — that moment in which our spiritual part extricated
    • physical part. When we cannot contemplate the moment of death, beyond
    • super-sensible part of our physical body after death. We should seek
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    • November, 1914, and part of Steiner's Lectures to Members. From
    • November, 1914, and part of Steiner's Lectures to Members. From
    • these soul-parts separately, in such a way that the “one-ness”
    • Europe, a nation that experienced the three parts of the soul
    • time the human being was really formed out of these three soul-parts
    • in the part where Sampo is lost and found again: it is, as it were,
    • Graeco-Byzantine culture into Slavism, a particular form of the
    • division of the three soul-parts, set forth so wonderfully in
    • obliterated through the circumstance of an advancing nation, or part
    • is particularly disposed to develop the consciousness of the soul’s
    • man’s earthly part from below, but something else must ray into
    • are split into three parts must be influenced by spirits pertaining
    • then this being of Nature would have a body and its soul-part would
    • are three parts, almost organs of one might being, whose body lives
    • body becomes an instrument for that which is to be his particular and
    • that stretches certain parts of its principal body out of the ocean
    • that stretches out this part of its physiognomy.
    • etheric part of man and refines his physical part, namely, the liquid
    • earth and forms the physical part of man.
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    • these soul-parts separately, in such a way that the “one-ness”
    • Europe, a nation that experienced the three parts of the soul
    • time the human being was really formed out of these three soul-parts
    • in the part where Sampo is lost and found again: it is, as it were,
    • Graeco-Byzantine culture into Slavism, a particular form of the
    • division of the three soul-parts, set forth so wonderfully in
    • obliterated through the circumstance of an advancing nation, or part
    • is particularly disposed to develop the consciousness of the soul’s
    • man’s earthly part from below, but something else must ray into
    • are split into three parts must be influenced by spirits pertaining
    • then this being of Nature would have a body and its soul-part would
    • are three parts, almost organs of one might being, whose body lives
    • body becomes an instrument for that which is to be his particular and
    • that stretches certain parts of its principal body out of the ocean
    • that stretches out this part of its physiognomy.
    • etheric part of man and refines his physical part, namely, the liquid
    • earth and forms the physical part of man.
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    • faith on the part of its author, but they are not willing to be
    • part of one great chain. We are the messengers of the Godhead, and
    • Materialism in the outer world has its counterpart in nervous
    • this stage of perfection. As an instance, think of the upper part of
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    • faith on the part of its author, but they are not willing to be
    • part of one great chain. We are the messengers of the Godhead, and
    • Materialism in the outer world has its counterpart in nervous
    • this stage of perfection. As an instance, think of the upper part of
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    • today had not become so particularly intense.
    • lastly, in participating in the destiny of one's time to a point
    • the experiencing of knowledge, and one's participation in the time's
    • knowledge, to the participation in the time's destiny that I have
    • specific about what part of him was involved, since there can be no
    • anthroposophists have to keep on being part of the world around them
    • tragedy. Soul experience of this kind played a particularly weighty
    • anthroposophist to split into two people. One part was, say, an
    • himself in two, one part going to an office or a classroom, the other
    • climbs from getting broken. Thoughts fly easily to every part of the
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    • today had not become so particularly intense.
    • lastly, in participating in the destiny of one's time to a point
    • the experiencing of knowledge, and one's participation in the time's
    • knowledge, to the participation in the time's destiny that I have
    • specific about what part of him was involved, since there can be no
    • anthroposophists have to keep on being part of the world around them
    • tragedy. Soul experience of this kind played a particularly weighty
    • anthroposophist to split into two people. One part was, say, an
    • himself in two, one part going to an office or a classroom, the other
    • climbs from getting broken. Thoughts fly easily to every part of the
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    • body, except the most external part of the latter. Let this then be the
    • kinds of ether, but we shall only consider today that part of the ether body
    • which is light-ether; and in order to fix our attention on that part of the
    • etheric bodies; one may add, as regards that part of them which is not within
    • movements. It is the light part of the etheric body that we are now
    • heat, chemical and life parts also vibrate in sympathy, but it is the light
    • part that we are considering today; I will speak of it therefore as the
    • light-body as movements — as inner light-movements; so that apart from
    • first meeting; and because man is always with part of his astral body and ego
    • the outer light-ether; sleep only consists in that part of the astral body
    • are always doing with a large part of our ego and astral body — through
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    • body, except the most external part of the latter. Let this then be the
    • kinds of ether, but we shall only consider today that part of the ether body
    • which is light-ether; and in order to fix our attention on that part of the
    • etheric bodies; one may add, as regards that part of them which is not within
    • movements. It is the light part of the etheric body that we are now
    • heat, chemical and life parts also vibrate in sympathy, but it is the light
    • part that we are considering today; I will speak of it therefore as the
    • light-body as movements — as inner light-movements; so that apart from
    • first meeting; and because man is always with part of his astral body and ego
    • the outer light-ether; sleep only consists in that part of the astral body
    • are always doing with a large part of our ego and astral body — through
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    • repeat indefinitely. It is due to the etheric body that the parts of
    • minor significance compared with the fact that a particular seed will
    • Besides the part that is used for growth, which is that part of his
    • man's etheric body has as it were another part too, a free part,
    • into his soul which this free part of the etheric body deals with. So
    • there is actually a part of man's etheric body that is not used by
    • his organic nature. Man keeps this part of the etheric body for his
    • the impressions of education gradually begins to participate in the
    • of forming an idea of this participation is to get to know a fact
    • he does not have much to work upon in the free part of his etheric
    • therefore provided well for the free part of his etheric body. It
    • in the other. This free part of the etheric body that has grown
    • mere plant's. The plant lacks this free part of the etheric body
    • development depends on his having this free part of the etheric body.
    • because they have always had a free part of their etheric body with
    • have been describing works in particular instances.
    • right way on the free part of the etheric body we have been speaking
    • the free part of the etheric body. And what is it that does the work?
    • of his consciousness, it could easily happen that the free part of
    • the greater part of the etheric body withdraws and dissolves in the
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    • incumbent upon men to form each lecture so that it is part of a
    • presented to advanced participants in that kind of single lecture in
    • take in the anthroposophical life of this particular group. This
    • essential part of our anthroposophical life. Even the inserting of a
    • life of the schools, and claiming its right to a particular therapy.
    • in particular comes under the strongest influence of materialistic
    • as a whole and not to one part of him only, namely the physical body.
    • living interplay of these members of man's being and the part the
    • expression, the physical counterpart, of the etheric body, then even
    • an irregularity of that part of the human being that we call the
    • particular, a wide experience of life, so that you can enter into the
    • large part of the common acute illnesses are connected with what we
    • period, where we found that there was nothing in existence apart from
    • there are those types of illness, partly chronic and partly acute,
    • can correctly repair the complex of interconnections. Particularly
    • centred in Salerno, Montpellier, Paris and also certain parts of
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    • a much more delicate nature, and when human beings partook of
    • a man whether he lived in one part of the earth or another. If he
    • respect. If you imagine this last remains of man's participation with
    • Only a few insignificant things in certain particular directions
    • point of mummification. Through the gradual departure of the moon
    • time as the moon departed, however, the division into sexes took
    • Mazdao, the Great Aura’. The spiritual part, all the spiritual
    • tastes in some particular way’; but we would have to say: ‘This
    • the inter-working of the two sexes in particular this was lost more
    • that is connected with the particular kind of passions and feelings
    • divine-spiritual cosmos. That is imparted to men through the act of
    • astral sphere in accordance with his particular individuality.
    • can see that it is really the astral body in particular that is
    • part of man that shows most clearly the non-divine. The etheric body
    • worst part of man. Whoever looks deeper into human nature will find
    • particular mineral substance that has permeated him. Something very
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    • depart, the activities of these two members have to be replaced. The
    • the day ego described a circle, passing through the greater part of
    • describes part of a circle and then sinks down, passing through more
    • at one particular time alternating as it were with quite different
    • astral body for part of the time that man undergoes this rhythm. For
    • days, man's astral body actually goes into the same part of the
    • particular rhythmic changes but the etheric body does so too. These
    • particular connections come about. If you consider what I have just
    • rhythm. In connection with this ego rhythm in particular we can point
    • restorative part of an illness. The particular area that is defective
    • lungs in particular that have suffered some damage, the astral body
    • the same mutual relationship; parts of them meet again. But it is not
    • the same part of the etheric body, because the etheric body has been
    • going through its own rhythm. It meets the next part. This is also
    • fever is now suppressed. Through the fact that the particular part of
    • the causes. This is particularly the case in medicine. People only
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    • particular organ of the human body is upset. Then the whole organism
    • the various parts always runs parallel. The construction of the lungs
    • Seven days later the astral body covers an entirely different part of
    • of the etheric body that is now covered by the part of the astral
    • time, though a large part of what is the moon today was then part of
    • good to forget yourself, in this particular case it is not. For the
    • forget the most important part. What an infinite number of people
    • with the moon in particular there is in a wonderful way a cosmic
    • to the outer. And the essential part of man's evolution on earth is
    • human being could be conceived in one particular stellar
    • they live in higher-worlds. But in regard to the particular things we
    • etheric bodies, but in the parts that have been given into man's
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    • part of this karmic cause of illness.
    • particular example. In Kamaloca we form the intention of carrying out
    • particular pleasures and tasks and allowing other possibilities that
    • particular deed, because we made the resolution in Kamaloca. For the
    • the urge to compensate for a particular deed. We have also
    • capable of doing a particular deed. The urge is there, nevertheless,
    • that the child is learning inner control of a certain part of his
    • learning is only the most external part. The learning of a thing is
    • are born into life with definite capacities acquired partly through
    • heredity and partly through our earlier incarnations. The range of
    • to incorporate this into us and make it part of ourselves.
    • necessitates having a certain part of our brain organised in a
    • particular way or having a certain characteristic in the blood
    • failed to learn the other things that are a necessary part of this.
    • deep-seated karmic cause. And again part of the organism has to be
    • to part of his brain, and he did not develop the strength to break
    • discontent, as though part of the soul could not come to expression
    • developing some particular quality, and on the other hand the course
    • Aesculapius is taken to the particular Mystery where he is shown
    • spiritual fact, that must be of particular interest to us, coming as
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    • something that is absolutely a part of everyday life. And perhaps,
    • penetrate into the deepest parts of man's being where he is
    • superior to that of man. But this does not particularly surprise the
    • lectures given in various places, including Berlin, and particularly
    • is essentially a twofold being: one part of his nature he inherits
    • from his forefathers, the other part he brings with him from earlier
    • because this is so, the really human part can only start, little by
    • we can see the way his particular individual soul forms itself more
    • and more in his physiognomy, especially in its mobile parts. Man
    • actually be glimpsed at work in man, for this particular activity is
    • All the joy and pain we experience in one incarnation become part of
    • unless we know what is actually happening in the spiritual part of
    • them apart from man, appear on the one hand as the happy light of
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    • migration from West to East a people remained behind in parts of
    • peoples migrated into these parts, or at least in this direction, who
    • colouring arose. Thus for example there was that particular part of
    • possible part of Asia.
    • became more inward. Therefore in western Asia and partly in North
    • developing in this way almost as a necessity just in this particular
    • this particular belt of the earth. Therefore we can understand that
    • it was just here that this particular outlook bore its chief fruit.
    • East, and also the peoples of certain parts of Africa and especially
    • everything, for in parts of Europe people still say today that if you
    • the various parts of their nature, but run around waiting for the
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    • can be undertaken with animals. We need merely bear one particular
    • way. By means of connecting-nerves running from one part of the brain
    • is ringing. The child learns this only gradually, because the part of
    • part that is the instrument for visual perception become connected
    • its astral body for the most part outside it, and therefore it has
    • When he has the seed in front of him where the physical part is very
    • small and only the spiritual part is large, he says: the actual being
    • pleased to see just these two particular people standing together.
    • depends entirely on the fact that it is he in particular that
    • spot on the earth and looking up at the sky. He sees a particular
    • really falls into two parts, with no distinguishing line between
    • and not the thief — therefore there is a particular person in
    • have replaced it all with new parts. You will have nothing left of
    • analogy the single parts of the carriage were discarded. And he will
    • stage. We can understand how we may throw away the parts, piece by
    • yourself in that particular situation. Or, let us say, you see people
    • Particularly in our moral judgment there lies the third element by
    • we find that apart from the nations and apart from all the other
    • man in a world in which he can also work on his own spiritual part,
    • into a human body and to take part in Earth evolution through a deed
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    • only from the planetary spheres after death. Particular qualities
    • the spiritual world. Actual experiences are only a fractional part of
    • connection been lost. The Christ Impulse imparts feeling of kinship
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    • was to show from as many different sides as possible, the part played
    • physical body in a way that enables him to participate in the
    • one place to another. Activity on our part is necessary if we are to
    • importance and to make this possible, particular bodily conditions
    • in life on the physical plane has its counterpart in the spiritual
    • of the Hierarchies to carry out among themselves, but one particular
    • previously or are ready now to participate in this activity from the
    • to participate effectively in a spiritual Movement, to be able to
    • particular spiritual Movement is the only genuine one, will certainly
    • particularly true of everything that man can himself bring about in
    • before us. But here I must draw your attention to a particular
    • epics. On this particular occasion I was reminded of a certain
    • particular aspect of it had not struck me before. I am speaking now
    • no particularly good photographs of these allegorical figures, you
    • conceivable that someone might visualise a particular posture which
    • agitation. It is part of the martyrdom endured in the process of
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    • only from the planetary spheres after death. Particular qualities
    • participating in them with our immediate ‘I’-consciousness.
    • world which do not particularly concern us. What is otherwise
    • within his own being, in isolation. Particularly in connection with
    • imparted by those destined for this mission. These religious
    • conditions prevailing among particular peoples. Humanity today is
    • adherence to the principles of a particular religion.
    • essential to be able to understand not merely one particular group of
    • prejudices of one particular faith render us incapable of
    • regarded one particular religion only as valuable is incapable in the
    • the leader of a particular people he would be required to develop a
    • religions were adapted to the particular races, tribal stocks or
    • particular people, a bodily stranger who wanted to start another
    • accepted a religion that was not confined to any particular
    • the old religious communities, played no part in the spread of
    • they imparted this knowledge and understanding to their followers,
    • right for a particular epoch, and humanity, having assimilated
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    • the spiritual world. Actual experiences are only a fractional part of
    • connection been lost. The Christ Impulse imparts feeling of kinship
    • our death. For instance, if at some particular time, say ten years
    • satisfying it. But through a particular concatenation of
    • because human beings of the present age are by no means particularly
    • part in their Ego-consciousness only and not in the consciousness
    • could feel what a tiny part of what we might have experienced is
    • are only a fractional part of the possibilities, the infinite wealth
    • people are for the most part disinclined to give rein to feelings of
    • and other little metal parts. But do we look at our watch in the
    • time; but time has nothing whatever to do with any of the metal parts
    • the body? A saying of Schiller, applied to man, is particularly
    • to a quite different planetary existence. The particular formation of
    • recognise in Christ the power that imparts feeling of kinship with
    • particular destinies while separated from the Earth, returning only
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    • earlier lectures we have heard that the imperishable part of the
    • a particular point, directs his senses outwards and then his sight
    • as if he were gathering from each particular section of the Zodiac
    • form of an oval (A) but during sleep divides into two parts (B), one
    • spreads out below. This part of the Ego-aura appears to clairvoyance
    • part streams upwards from the head and then expands into the
    • while a human being is asleep. The upper part of the Ego-aura
    • part radiates downwards without defined limit.)
    • Now that part of the Ego-aura which streams downwards
    • and becomes dark and more or less opaque while the part streaming up
    • wards is luminous and radiant — all this lower part is
    • particularly exposed to the influence of Ahrimanic powers. The
    • adjacent part of the astral aura is, on the other hand, particularly
    • true only as regards the upper parts of the Ego-aura and astral aura.
    • It is not correct as regards the parts of the Ego-aura and astral
    • particularly the lower parts of the trunk. Actually, during sleep,
    • these parts of the astral aura and of the Ego-aura are more closely
    • our Earth and all the forces that have played their part in that
    • participate in this more lively activity of the lower aura during
    • forces must be drawn from these parts of the aura. That they work
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    • of particular significance because it linked with the Christ Impulse
    • the general tone and character of what the Buddha imparted in the
    • supersensibly, in the stream that had become part of the process of
    • realities of cosmic space itself and we will consider a particular
    • sphere at that particular time could grasp only the physical and
    • of participating in external, material forms of civilisation. These
    • Earth, enabling them to participate in what takes place outwardly in
    • could be achieved through the Buddha should become part of the
    • part of the general stream of evolution. The event that may be called
    • by the Gods — in which, however, men must participate because
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    • of the Holy Grail can impart to men of the modern age knowledge that
    • greater part of the time between death and rebirth — it is the
    • and very special effort is required on his part to lift himself out
    • enable him to participate in the evolving culture of mankind; he has
    • Other factors too, of course, play their part. The human being is not
    • finding his bearings in the physical world. Which part of him is most
    • completely formed? His stature as a whole is still not particularly
    • into the form destined for him. Which part of him is most completely
    • hold mobile parts of the body still and move only the corresponding
    • etheric parts is a specially important exercise. If this is achieved,
    • not clairvoyant, the etheric part moves freely while the
    • corresponding physical part remains immobile. This organ is the brain
    • the part of the human being which expresses itself through gestures —
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    • Beings who participate in various ways in the guidance and leadership
    • between death and rebirth is of particular significance for this
    • particularly the case among the Greeks although they were the most
    • behind in their evolution. Not all the Spirits who participated in
    • of his own judgement very early in life. This applies particularly to
    • orthodox sense only if they refuse to participate in the progress
    • Basle, September 1909, particularly lectures four to nine.] and
    • said: Up to a particular point in their lives their individual
    • life in the Mars sphere with particular intensity and so to acquire
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    • observing only the smallest part of world-existence that is connected
    • can be seen during sleep is for the most part concealed from man's
    • is that perhaps only after hundreds of years a particular individual
    • transformed physical conditions. The only part of all this that is
    • sleep. During sleep we feel that our inner organs are part of the
    • the stage of coming into being this body is actually part of the
    • human beings enter into physical existence. For the greater part of
    • wheat in a particular field or go fifty paces farther on and pick one
    • spirit. And this we can do when we impart to human souls knowledge
    • ourselves desire; for it is particularly in regard to colours that
    • mere liking on our part when we arrange surroundings such as those to
    • be part of life in the physical body, they must have been implanted
    • applicable to some other kind of knowledge. Spiritual Science imparts
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    • the light means that all the gifts have a particular colouring and
    • part of this life between death and rebirth are servants of those
    • accounts of the present kind, parts only can be described.) Among the
    • cannot acquire them in some other world. This is particularly the
    • impart to the soul what is necessary.
    • way. It became obvious that he would greatly benefit if a particular
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    • that does actually burn within the soul and is part of the existence
    • differ in youth, in middle life and in old age, a particular form of
    • is not confined to any particular religious creed but is concerned
    • I want to quote this particular chapter today in connection with our
    • into some particular creed are dissolved. We have heard that the soul
    • liberate itself entirely from the particular creed to which it
    • particular confession to which it belonged on Earth; merely to
    • particular creed. In the Venus sphere the soul garners the fruits of
    • a particular faith; in the Sun sphere the fruits of an understanding
    • The Gospel of St. John — in its Relation to the Other Three Gospels, particularly to the Gospel of St. Luke,
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    • important within the boundaries of a particular epoch: the Divine
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    • directions. This book constitutes a part of this complete edition.
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    • whose purpose it is to nourish the noblest part of man all through
    • from all foods and which unites in the purest part of the human brain
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    • I, for my part, would have preferred spoken word to remain spoken
    • Apart from this obligation to construct Anthroposophy and thereby to
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    • various contradictions that may arise in their minds. In particular,
    • history, but we will try to penetrate into that part of it which
    • large part of the civilised world received the influence of that
    • certain summit, and not only among particular individuals, such as
    • An impartial history of philosophy would have to pay
    • with what they have imparted to the souls of men — you feel
    • impartially sought the origin of what took place in the Graeco-Roman
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    • particularly evident when we consider the various ways in which the
    • particularly how he contrasts them with the Prophets. In this
    • contrast, if we look at it impartially, we find something which
    • out with particular significance in Zechariah; they are deeply
    • reflective men, for the most part absorbed in books or something
    • Sibyl shows this particularly clearly; we see how her hair is even
    • imparts. In this gust of wind we see pictured what the Earth wished
    • fire and earth, and particularly with the whole tribe of spectres and
    • Mystery of Golgotha. And yet — particularly if one grasps the
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    • Thus it came about that when a man breathed in a particular place, he
    • Egyptian-Chaldean epoch, came about partly through the reflection in
    • It is remarkable how for the Greek mind one particular
    • held at the time of his departure, and his return was welcomed in the
    • who had taken part in the evolution of the Ego would never have found
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    • never reveal its particular secrets unless it is studied as Geology,
    • clothe with a new covering, an Earth-vesture, the part of man that
    • parts of the Earth, so that everything belonging to the Earth should
    • Europe, the most important part of man was the part that came from
    • Daniel, Joel, Jonah and Zechariah. If we do this quite impartially,
    • fundamentally, to bring a particular soul-force into the forefront of
    • If you read impartially the whole history of the Jewish Prophets, you
    • spiritual counterpart of the geological element. How the Eternal
    • We can now say that it was part of the karma of world
    • the spiritual Being whom we have learnt to see as having a particular
    • region its particular stamp. It was the olive tree that gave its
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    • with the name of the Holy Grail is one of the least satisfying parts.
    • the truth which can of itself impart a kind of conviction of its
    • Fisher-King and Parsifal partake. These two nourish themselves with
    • and in a lonely part of the wood comes upon a woman with her husband
    • recounted by Chrestien de Troyes in a particularly beautiful and
    • a particular thing said about him by Wolfram von Eschenbach made a
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    • part of the moon emerges and is as though marked off from the bright
    • physical rays of the sun fall on the moon. The illuminated part of
    • dark Host: physically, this is the dark part not reached by the sun's
    • fall on part of the moon and are reflected in gleaming light,
    • say: In the dark part of the moon we are looking at the spiritual
    • power of the sun. In the gold-gleaming part, the vessel, we see
    • part; something of the Sun-spirit, Who has gained his vernal
    • can observe in the earth a complete analogy with the parts of an
    • character; a great part of astrology has to do with this. Probably
    • particular place, just as the human soul has its seat in the heart;
    • imparted their oracular sayings to men through idols and oak-trees,
    • a period when the forces of Saturn work with particular strength.]
    • the earth, but it has its seat in a particular place, just as the
    • the earth a complete analogy with the parts of an animal body. Plants
    • work gradually towards the other part of Kepler's world-picture
    • — the part which had to remain in the subconscious depths of
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    • When an earthquake takes place in some part of the
    • being soon sees that all the life of ideas playing part in the
    • statements of spiritual science imparted in these lectures.
    • must point out that everything playing its part in our conscious life
    • the language of spiritual science we first distinguish two parts of our
    • and the other, our conscious life playing its part in all our thoughts,
    • distinguishing these four parts of man. By examining without prejudice
    • justify considering the etheric as the vehicle of memory, apart from
    • in the past, and nothing that played any part in his immediate
    • surroundings which could only have been observed by the part of him
    • true that a completely materialistic thinker can say that certain parts
    • their part in the soul's subconscious regions and come in contact with
    • The dream becomes a particularly good revealer when it appears in the
    • remained undone and he had only finished a comparatively small part of
    • This is an extraordinarily interesting thing which can play a part in
    • asserted through a particular dream. It is clothed in this form to
    • dream the hidden part of the soul life breaks through to the level of
    • life. What lies below, thus corresponds with what plays its part above
    • intelligence man employs when his consciousness illumines some part of
    • light on more than part of this world activity, but a far wider active
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    • When an earthquake takes place in some part of the
    • being soon sees that all the life of ideas playing part in the
    • statements of spiritual science imparted in these lectures.
    • must point out that everything playing its part in our conscious life
    • the language of spiritual science we first distinguish two parts of our
    • and the other, our conscious life playing its part in all our thoughts,
    • distinguishing these four parts of man. By examining without prejudice
    • justify considering the etheric as the vehicle of memory, apart from
    • in the past, and nothing that played any part in his immediate
    • surroundings which could only have been observed by the part of him
    • true that a completely materialistic thinker can say that certain parts
    • their part in the soul's subconscious regions and come in contact with
    • The dream becomes a particularly good revealer when it appears in the
    • remained undone and he had only finished a comparatively small part of
    • This is an extraordinarily interesting thing which can play a part in
    • asserted through a particular dream. It is clothed in this form to
    • dream the hidden part of the soul life breaks through to the level of
    • life. What lies below, thus corresponds with what plays its part above
    • intelligence man employs when his consciousness illumines some part of
    • light on more than part of this world activity, but a far wider active
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    • The fact that they participate in current events and that the way in
    • existed during the Old Moon evolution still playing an active part,
    • the Old Moon existence — or at any rate a part of them —
    • line is really the hidden part of human nature. If we wish to study
    • into the super-sensible. For the part that falls away from the human
    • the spiritualising of those parts of the embryonic sheaths which fall
    • how does it stand with regard to the Sun part? Can we find the Sun
    • might say, the Saturn part of man, lies in lofty spiritual regions,
    • part, for we found it still ensheathed in the sensible. Nor in the
    • case of the Sun part need we ascend so high as for the Saturn part.
    • recognise the Sun-part that is active, although attention can only be
    • soul, an impulse had to come that seized its inmost part, an impulse
    • you follow this scheme it is actually the part that I could not show
    • Morgenstern. And by feeling this, feeling it in the deepest part of
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    • existed during the Old Moon evolution still playing an active part,
    • the Old Moon existence — or at any rate a part of them —
    • line is really the hidden part of human nature. If we wish to study
    • into the super-sensible. For the part that falls away from the human
    • the spiritualising of those parts of the embryonic sheaths which fall
    • how does it stand with regard to the Sun part? Can we find the Sun
    • might say, the Saturn part of man, lies in lofty spiritual regions,
    • part, for we found it still ensheathed in the sensible. Nor in the
    • case of the Sun part need we ascend so high as for the Saturn part.
    • recognise the Sun-part that is active, although attention can only be
    • soul, an impulse had to come that seized its inmost part, an impulse
    • you follow this scheme it is actually the part that I could not show
    • Morgenstern. And by feeling this, feeling it in the deepest part of
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    • substances — particularly the minerals — have been able
    • entirely different part in earthly life from the part it plays today.
    • steadfastly participated in whatever has come to pass in our
    • us. Those who have a particular inclination towards Saturn in earthly
    • through the part played by Jupiter in the cycle of the year. You all
    • particularly during its last period — when there was a great
    • and he is particularly active when human beings talk in sleep or in
    • would-be partner. It is very difficult to express these things,
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    • substances — particularly the minerals — have been able
    • entirely different part in earthly life from the part it plays today.
    • steadfastly participated in whatever has come to pass in our
    • us. Those who have a particular inclination towards Saturn in earthly
    • through the part played by Jupiter in the cycle of the year. You all
    • particularly during its last period — when there was a great
    • and he is particularly active when human beings talk in sleep or in
    • would-be partner. It is very difficult to express these things,
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    • will feel that the single part belongs to the whole body. In earlier
    • formed part of their being, but they also felt that they themselves
    • formed part of a whole. In regard to these earlier times, one could
    • finger or the hand are parts of our whole organism, so the human
    • they formed part of it, just as the finger now feels that it forms
    • part of the body. The fact that this feeling and sensation has more
    • particular scorns to attribute any special value to the fact that we
    • investigates his single parts anatomically and physiologically and
    • parts, completely ignoring the signs themselves and simply
    • designating every twelfth part of the circle as a Zodiac sign; this
    • return to its point of departure. The time required for this
    • returned to its point of departure consequently embraces 25,920
    • departure after 25,920 years.
    • lead back its vernal point to its point of departure. That is to say:
    • realise, above everything else, that the human being is in part torn
    • inferior part of our body. Thus we have an incessant rhythmic
    • same way in which something breathes within us during the 18th part
    • circular movement, a return to a point of departure. In that case, we
    • during the 18th part of a minute. For such a Being, 70 years would be
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    • will feel that the single part belongs to the whole body. In earlier
    • formed part of their being, but they also felt that they themselves
    • formed part of a whole. In regard to these earlier times, one could
    • finger or the hand are parts of our whole organism, so the human
    • they formed part of it, just as the finger now feels that it forms
    • part of the body. The fact that this feeling and sensation has more
    • particular scorns to attribute any special value to the fact that we
    • investigates his single parts anatomically and physiologically and
    • parts, completely ignoring the signs themselves and simply
    • designating every twelfth part of the circle as a Zodiac sign; this
    • return to its point of departure. The time required for this
    • returned to its point of departure consequently embraces 25,920
    • departure after 25,920 years.
    • lead back its vernal point to its point of departure. That is to say:
    • realise, above everything else, that the human being is in part torn
    • inferior part of our body. Thus we have an incessant rhythmic
    • same way in which something breathes within us during the 18th part
    • circular movement, a return to a point of departure. In that case, we
    • during the 18th part of a minute. For such a Being, 70 years would be
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    • A part of Steiner's Lectures to Members,
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    • the nature of the human being. This is particularly the case among
    • particularly the scientific student, shrinks from its first
    • its point of departure it calls forth a vague opposition. Opposition
    • having no part in what is working and flourishing here in the sense
    • about these boundaries to human cognition particularly in my most
    • most knowledgeable people, we hear a particular conclusion when they
    • courage of thought is part of this), we must have no fear that this
    • Particularly in
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and in the second part of
    • perfectly justified in their own field, a particular way of thinking
    • when, for example, one particular side of a tree or some other object
    • What is important here is that in a particular case we know from
    • perception. It is rather something that has its part in existence in
    • part in existence. We do not meet death only through its taking hold
    • (Science today has for the most part gone beyond this belief, but the
    • part of his life about which I am now speaking; all feelings are
    • conceptions here). You may study the particulars of this in my
    • investigation by making death our point of departure, we gradually
    • In many human lives, at a particular moment, something enters that
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    • connected in his life. The departed one may meet many human souls in
    • to our soul to take possession of our body, of the subconscious part
    • forces particularly arose that brought the human being into relation
    • Irish monks in particular who were under the influence of the pure
    • imparted to the earth and then reflected back again from the earth.
    • moving through space, comes into relation to every possible part of
    • double, it is again imparted to the earth. This is the region of the
    • partisanship. They are connected solely with knowledge of the deeper
    • apart at the turning-point of a new epoch when the way to America was
    • partisan! But this was one of the reasons that certain occult
    • exchange — particularly those lying in the dim origins of
    • individual human being and in humanity as a whole. Apart from the
    • particulars about which I have spoken, I wanted most of all to call
    • has acquired in very small part (all too small) in what we call the
    • heads. The educated part of humanity need not bother itself with
    • that.” This “educated part of humanity” thinks
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    • particular aspect the significance of a spiritual-scientific
    • mentality for the evolution of present-day humanity, and particularly
    • science for humanity, and in particular for modern man. And in order
    • certain particular truths. If we grow more and more acquainted with
    • and faculties — this applies particularly to the soul —
    • presented by the physical world are partly solved by gaining an
    • may have been destroyed. These experiences form part of life; but
    • they also form part of all the experiences in common which we are
    • are added to the experiences which we have shared with a departed
    • the two departed ones. When we enter the spiritual world it is not an
    • (particularly these concrete cases can teach us many things if we are
    • never forget what I have experienced in that particular case.”
    • part of a world of necessary happenings. From the earthly standpoint
    • in the described manner. During a particular life upon the earth the
    • human being enters through birth the particular conditions into which
    • development of the human soul. Most people, particularly those who
    • in part lost his former relationship with the spiritual world and
    • stream of the generations, and how we participate not only in that
    • thoughts which I now utter, these particularly are thoughts which
    • As a counterpart, I wish to show you the attitude which is still being
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    • particular aspect the significance of a spiritual-scientific
    • mentality for the evolution of present-day humanity, and particularly
    • science for humanity, and in particular for modern man. And in order
    • certain particular truths. If we grow more and more acquainted with
    • and faculties — this applies particularly to the soul —
    • presented by the physical world are partly solved by gaining an
    • may have been destroyed. These experiences form part of life; but
    • they also form part of all the experiences in common which we are
    • are added to the experiences which we have shared with a departed
    • the two departed ones. When we enter the spiritual world it is not an
    • (particularly these concrete cases can teach us many things if we are
    • never forget what I have experienced in that particular case.”
    • part of a world of necessary happenings. From the earthly standpoint
    • in the described manner. During a particular life upon the earth the
    • human being enters through birth the particular conditions into which
    • development of the human soul. Most people, particularly those who
    • in part lost his former relationship with the spiritual world and
    • stream of the generations, and how we participate not only in that
    • thoughts which I now utter, these particularly are thoughts which
    • As a counterpart, I wish to show you the attitude which is still being
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    • imaginations, on the other hand, we partake with almost the whole of
    • plant-world and with the animal. But the greater part, by far, of
    • antipathies which play such an overwhelming part in our life. To a
    • elemental being, who is in essence the counterpart of our own etheric
    • body. Our own etheric body is intimately related to one particular
    • counterpart or counter-pole of our own etheric body, enable us to
    • counterpart. The fact that our etheric body is taken from us a few
    • in, as it were — by this etheric counterpart. Henceforth it
    • becomes one with the etheric counterpart. A few days after death we
    • but it is to our own etheric counterpart that we hand it over. Our
    • become — united as it now is with its counterpart or
    • cosmic counterpart is like a kind of sun, surrounded — as a
    • body in the course of life becomes a part of the spiritual world. It
    • our etheric body into the spiritual world and become part and parcel
    • into the feelings of the physical survivors, partaking in their grief
    • observe quite clearly, in such a case, the part which Ahriman is
    • these conservative conditions, will no longer play a part. The
    • world. This is a part of that which holds them back, instinctively,
    • part of man's life — into the views and conceptions of
    • speak of similar matters, so that our souls may partake in achieving
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    • imaginations, on the other hand, we partake with almost the whole of
    • plant-world and with the animal. But the greater part, by far, of
    • antipathies which play such an overwhelming part in our life. To a
    • elemental being, who is in essence the counterpart of our own etheric
    • body. Our own etheric body is intimately related to one particular
    • counterpart or counter-pole of our own etheric body, enable us to
    • counterpart. The fact that our etheric body is taken from us a few
    • in, as it were — by this etheric counterpart. Henceforth it
    • becomes one with the etheric counterpart. A few days after death we
    • but it is to our own etheric counterpart that we hand it over. Our
    • become — united as it now is with its counterpart or
    • cosmic counterpart is like a kind of sun, surrounded — as a
    • body in the course of life becomes a part of the spiritual world. It
    • our etheric body into the spiritual world and become part and parcel
    • into the feelings of the physical survivors, partaking in their grief
    • observe quite clearly, in such a case, the part which Ahriman is
    • these conservative conditions, will no longer play a part. The
    • world. This is a part of that which holds them back, instinctively,
    • part of man's life — into the views and conceptions of
    • speak of similar matters, so that our souls may partake in achieving
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    • take part in this everchanging existence outside the physical body if
    • together certain parts of the soul and rest within oneself. In the
    • spiritual world we would describe its beings in terms of particular
    • diving down and entering this particular entity one feels greater
    • and antipathies is but of really experiencing our own particular
    • You can also learn how sympathies and antipathies play a part in
    • Lucifer will succeed in forming a partnership with each other. I will
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    • take part in this everchanging existence outside the physical body if
    • together certain parts of the soul and rest within oneself. In the
    • spiritual world we would describe its beings in terms of particular
    • diving down and entering this particular entity one feels greater
    • and antipathies is but of really experiencing our own particular
    • You can also learn how sympathies and antipathies play a part in
    • Lucifer will succeed in forming a partnership with each other. I will
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    • nothing new of real importance to the fore. This is particularly
    • transported into the great universal laws; one participated in world
    • the world in order to participate in all the various rhythms which
    • water — have particularly developed what is, in man, his life
    • participate in the redness of the blossoms. In an intimate way they
    • While the intellect played a creative part in man's cultural life
    • the spiritual world, then the result of this dullness on man's part
    • analysed. This is because they do not want to participate with the
    • beings of light, and particularly those of life, do not aim at
    • originated, turned their attention particularly towards the etheric
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    • nothing new of real importance to the fore. This is particularly
    • transported into the great universal laws; one participated in world
    • the world in order to participate in all the various rhythms which
    • water — have particularly developed what is, in man, his life
    • participate in the redness of the blossoms. In an intimate way they
    • While the intellect played a creative part in man's cultural life
    • the spiritual world, then the result of this dullness on man's part
    • analysed. This is because they do not want to participate with the
    • beings of light, and particularly those of life, do not aim at
    • originated, turned their attention particularly towards the etheric
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    • and so it may perhaps be particularly appropriate just now to say a
    • particularly in regard to this subject. The course which spiritual
    • We must depart first of all from the manner in which the human being
    • early stages of development; but even during a part of the Moon
    • particularly important as far as the etheric body is concerned. But
    • earth only those parts of our physical body that come from the earth
    • itself. We cannot, however, hand over to the earth that part of our
    • part which comes from the Old Sun existence or from the Old Saturn
    • existence. For those parts that come from the Old Saturn existence,
    • the external part is accessible to our sensory contemplation, as
    • over to the earth, we return to the earth, only that part of our
    • other part when we have passed through the portal of death? The other
    • part withdraws from the one that sinks down into the earth, as it
    • part is taken up by the whole universe.
    • spiritual part of our physical body abides after death. Only a
    • portion of this spiritual part, a portion contained in the element of
    • spiritual part of our physical body is borne out into the spaces of
    • which our spiritual part extricated itself from the physical. We know
    • spiritual has freed itself from our physical part. When we cannot
    • should look for the super-sensible part of our physical body after
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    • and so it may perhaps be particularly appropriate just now to say a
    • particularly in regard to this subject. The course which spiritual
    • We must depart first of all from the manner in which the human being
    • early stages of development; but even during a part of the Moon
    • particularly important as far as the etheric body is concerned. But
    • earth only those parts of our physical body that come from the earth
    • itself. We cannot, however, hand over to the earth that part of our
    • part which comes from the Old Sun existence or from the Old Saturn
    • existence. For those parts that come from the Old Saturn existence,
    • the external part is accessible to our sensory contemplation, as
    • over to the earth, we return to the earth, only that part of our
    • other part when we have passed through the portal of death? The other
    • part withdraws from the one that sinks down into the earth, as it
    • part is taken up by the whole universe.
    • spiritual part of our physical body abides after death. Only a
    • portion of this spiritual part, a portion contained in the element of
    • spiritual part of our physical body is borne out into the spaces of
    • which our spiritual part extricated itself from the physical. We know
    • spiritual has freed itself from our physical part. When we cannot
    • should look for the super-sensible part of our physical body after
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    • think during the course of years, which is only a part, a small part,
    • For particularly at such a gathering it may, indeed, be our desire to
    • passed through the portal of death who had to take part directly in
    • Particularly
    • to you to-day particularly about certain things in connection with
    • himself of four parts, which are well known to us: physical body,
    • time separated into its parts, into its molecules, into its atoms,
    • parts, into atoms, and that these atoms are then incorporated in the
    • smallest parts of our bodies finally become, under all circumstances,
    • transitional stages through which he passes. Those parts of him which
    • we pass through the gate of death, of knowingly participating in the
    • we see that, after death, it forms part of our surrounding
    • for instance, to follow what the dead beholds: that part of himself
    • it were. We can experience that part of him which he has passed
    • on to the etheric world; and we can experience also that part which
    • And a part of what especially moves us is the actual,
    • being does not take part in them, then they can never damage a human
    • particularly — even when a person is not made nervous by
    • able, in part, to penetrate into it, while at the same time it comes
    • to notice more particularly this moral impression of colours, this
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    • think during the course of years, which is only a part, a small part,
    • For particularly at such a gathering it may, indeed, be our desire to
    • passed through the portal of death who had to take part directly in
    • Particularly
    • to you to-day particularly about certain things in connection with
    • himself of four parts, which are well known to us: physical body,
    • time separated into its parts, into its molecules, into its atoms,
    • parts, into atoms, and that these atoms are then incorporated in the
    • smallest parts of our bodies finally become, under all circumstances,
    • transitional stages through which he passes. Those parts of him which
    • we pass through the gate of death, of knowingly participating in the
    • we see that, after death, it forms part of our surrounding
    • for instance, to follow what the dead beholds: that part of himself
    • it were. We can experience that part of him which he has passed
    • on to the etheric world; and we can experience also that part which
    • And a part of what especially moves us is the actual,
    • being does not take part in them, then they can never damage a human
    • particularly — even when a person is not made nervous by
    • able, in part, to penetrate into it, while at the same time it comes
    • to notice more particularly this moral impression of colours, this
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    • man as being the moisture and his physical body as the other part of
    • part of the mission of man, something that is just as essential as
    • co-operation on the part of men themselves. For a long, long time,
    • to a part of mankind. I have so often referred to the saying: The
    • physical body that only a small part of the work formerly
    • with the divine part of his being. What is it that must completely
    • into every part of the physical, etheric and astral bodies, so that
    • into a human body from which the earlier soul had departed. And then,
    • about the formation of the earth's soil is particularly
    • apart from all the philosophical theories of the present time which
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    • man as being the moisture and his physical body as the other part of
    • part of the mission of man, something that is just as essential as
    • co-operation on the part of men themselves. For a long, long time,
    • to a part of mankind. I have so often referred to the saying: The
    • physical body that only a small part of the work formerly
    • with the divine part of his being. What is it that must completely
    • into every part of the physical, etheric and astral bodies, so that
    • into a human body from which the earlier soul had departed. And then,
    • about the formation of the earth's soil is particularly
    • apart from all the philosophical theories of the present time which
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    • of all humanity and not one part. Plato's ancestry and race.
    • astral body which is the inner part of man, is turned to
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    • peoples themselves? Apart from the anthroposophical view, for which
    • quite impartially on what we call the Mission of Individual
    • part of existence provides at the same time the really practical view
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    • attention to the fact that this particular course of lectures must
    • this particular subject, if we were not to make some little appeal to
    • humanity as a whole, without the various shades of the particular
    • feelings belonging to this or the other home-land playing any part.
    • impartially. Just as it was right that, to a certain extent, silence
    • human beings, may also have a super-sensible invisible part. But it
    • plays apart in our human existence. We must now inquire how do these
    • Archangeloi. We shall see how they on their part direct the etheric
    • in which the several Folkspirits take a part. You may observe this in
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    • body from out of the very inmost part of their soul.
    • part in human life, then on the other hand we must be able to point
    • different parts, and that in the different parts of our earth there
    • countries in various parts of the earth knows that the peculiar form of
    • exhaust what he knows about this particular country. When we speak of
    • certain part of our earth, it is comprehensible that for a
    • consciousness there arises over every part of our earth a peculiar
    • aura of that special part of the earth. This etheric aura is quite
    • is also true that a kind of etheric aura towers up over every part of
    • parts which shine out from within. The case is different with those
    • dwelling place and takes possession of another part of the earth.
    • part of the earth does not only depend upon what rises out of the
    • this particular part of the etheric auras of the different parts of
    • particular part of the earth there is something which can be altered,
    • detail, as to play a part in one's life. It is rather quoted in
    • that which mysteriously confronts us in the part of the earth
    • inhabited by a certain people, is the etheric aura of that particular
    • part of the earth.
    • part of the external is dependent upon this etheric aura upon which
    • that three parts in him are affected by it. Through the mingling of
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    • of man is active in all three parts of his inner life, in the
    • modifications, as three parts within the astral body. It certainly is
    • soul, the inner part of man; consists of three modifications of the
    • Just as in man the inner part, that in which the ‘ I ’
    • we designate as Folk-spirits their actual inner part, or that which
    • we may compare to the human inner part, is represented by three
    • as it were into the inner part of the soul of these Folk-spirits. It
    • part of it exists for the Folk-spirits?’ Everything you
    • being inwardly, so that it becomes a part of his life. Observe the
    • still gathered some of that part of the astral, which we human beings
    • Archangel is connected with the life of the particular people he is
    • particular people at a certain time. When the possibility of
    • the sentient-soul and in the lower part of the intellectual-soul is a
    • that it belongs to the most inward, the most intimate part of his own
    • higher ‘ I ’, because they can take in part of
    • Archangels and the several human individuals. They on their part
    • people of his own particular nation is brought about through the
    • orders to the Archangel, taking a direct part in the history of the
    • abnormal Archangel to incorporate themselves in the severed part of
    • about by the normal Spirits of Form. But that which plays a part over
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    • parts of man, the physical body, the etheric or life-body and the
    • These four parts of his being show us all that has happened during
    • that only when we, in a sense, draw this tissue apart and observe the
    • these particular Beings which they direct to man and ask ourselves
    • his physical body. These Spirits of Form have no particular interest
    • last time in a particular way. Then comes the time from the seventh
    • which the Spirits of Form take no particular interest; for that is a
    • intervene in a particular way in the development of man. Because they
    • Beings; and because these take part in evolution, we therefore do not
    • away. So that life is divided into three parts or portions, an
    • only becomes man during his earth life in the middle part, and in the
    • earth during the middle part, and had therefore become quite a
    • dependent upon that part of the earth on which he lives, and because
    • that part of the earth on which he is born; and that he is determined
    • connected with that particular place acting within him. All these
    • whole earth, which therefore depend upon the part of the world in
    • the latter portion of the Lemurian epoch and in the first part of the
    • part of the earth and which afterwards propagated itself in mankind
    • the soil of that part of the earth. In this connection we may
    • therefore mention certain parts of the earth that are connected with
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    • impartially into the facts under consideration, it will certainly be
    • we shall take part with it, not only in the sunny or perhaps also in
    • part of this course of lectures it will be shown how the
    • state of flux. No part of the planet would then be able to be at
    • South from the other parts of Europe. Now how did this Alpine chain
    • warmth coincide, — for the atmosphere is just as much part of
    • and have signified a particular mission in cosmic evolution.
    • again if you consider the human envelopes, the outer part of human
    • of these show themselves in the inner part of man as his will.
    • Now arises the question: What particular mission have
    • parts of the astral world, and it is unfortunately — as had
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    • in which a comprehensive idea was given of the heavenly part of the
    • Thus if you have a part of Earth's surface upon
    • that particular part of the Earth's surface but the entirely
    • have experienced their external manifestations in these five parts of
    • for a certain point. But what I have said about the different parts
    • Sun and Moon), he sees that which makes him belong to a particular
    • what we call the four fundamental parts of man, are projected and
    • imaged in certain parts of the physical body, so that we may say, the
    • directly into his higher parts. They seethe first of all in these
    • images of the higher parts in the physical body. They cannot as yet
    • those parts of the physical body which are the projections, the
    • Ethiopia, so over these parts of Malaya there is spread the type of
    • produces the more or less yellow-colored part of humanity. The
    • in that part of the nervous system which we sum up in the expression
    • nervous system but in that mysterious part of the nervous system
    • out in various directions. This part of the nervous system,
    • this part which in our sense does not yet belong to the higher mental
    • as those of you will know who took part in my course of
    • humanity, whose starting-point was taken from that part which is
    • glandular system. It separates out the hardest parts of man, and we
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    • those men came to that particular spot in Africa where they then
    • colonized parts of the Earth. Thus we have to do with a later stream,
    • the Atlantean epoch, and part of which was only sent during the
    • Jehovah had chosen one in particular and made that His own people.
    • Hence, because He had elected one particular race to be His special
    • one who played a special part by working in a single people.
    • particular people was lifted out of normal evolution and had a
    • the task of this particular people to give as an impulse that the
    • fill their several parts with rich contents, to fill themselves with
    • and this second renunciation is particularly interesting, especially
    • over a great part of Western Europe, as far as the present Hungary,
    • inspiring Spirit of esoteric Christianity; and in particular of those
    • is of course exceedingly difficult to speak impartially of these
    • that which works into the various Germanic tribes, as that part which
    • part of the earth's surface. There, however, in the distant
    • particular talents, latent genius, etc., remain at the stage of
    • of the Age. These tendencies will be able to become an important part
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    • the figure of one particular god appears in one mythology, and it
    • only be understood when one knows, that the men who played a part in
    • human beings who took part in these civilizations differed from one
    • those spiritual Beings who worked particularly in the Folk-spirit.
    • longer of such particular importance to them. Thus they looked up to
    • they were able to occupy themselves particularly with the Beings of
    • how the Angels and Archangels had taken part in their soul-life which
    • Archangels, both normal and abnormal, played a part in the human soul
    • East it would be particularly difficult to understand the Western
    • was going on, they could perceive that they participated in the
    • the more remote parts of the Germanic mythology. We shall recognize
    • how those remote parts are precursors of that which dwells in the
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    • impartially, but out of a philosophical way of thinking such as this,
    • everything that had taken part in this development of the ‘ I ’
    • directions have taken part in the development of the earthly man, who
    • a distinct consciousness of Lucifer having played a part in
    • particular is the battle with the Powers which give us an external,
    • which was even then still participating in the formation of the races
    • Lies and untruthfulness extend beyond the inner part of man. In the
    • astral body, the purely inner part of man, the self is permeated with
    • seeing things in their true form. Whenever any part of the external
    • part in the battle and that right soon. The Initiate, the leader of
    • the Esoteric School, makes that clear, particularly to the Northman,
    • mysteriously, Who really plays a definite part only in the ‘Twilight
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    • community, as if he were a part in the great body of his people. Thus
    • peoples in other parts of Europe other tasks had already been given
    • Every single people has its particular task. There above
    • part of the population. We might therefore say, that before the
    • culture. That part of man which we describe as the Sentient Soul was
    • that which has to play a part on that plane. The Germanic
    • which as Spirit-Self is to enter into mankind. It is particularly
    • different one. He fully recognizes the two parts in this conception,
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    • able in this course of lectures to deal with the very smallest part
    • old Lemurian epoch, for particular reasons had ascended to the
    • masculine counterpart. He represents to us the primal memory of the
    • times developed in these Northern parts. Hence in the Sagas of the
    • something quite particularly belonging to him; it is the alternation
    • little by little, that what he has seen is the karmic counterpart of
    • evolution of modern times. One part only of a greater whole has been
    • development of humanity and the spirit; another part has still to be
    • particular people or tribe, but to humanity as a whole. What is given
    • the several Christian dogmas of a particular age. But we have before
    • influence of a founder of religion belonging to one particular
    • That it is which we must bear in mind, particularly at
    • part in the second, viz., the spiritual element which we pointed out
    • comprehensible in all parts of our earth-life.
    • their mission, and have to contribute their part to the whole.
    • here to assist one form of religion which rules in one part of the
    • part from one another in space, after having been together for a few
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    • is a capacity of which our own time particularly stands in need. The human
    • the Atlantean deluge, to find the epoch when the moon departed from the body of
    • make these cosmic events part of an artistic conception of existence. But other
    • time during the Earth period. Mineral substance, therefore, became part of
    • outcome of a decision on the part of the Spiritual Beings who guide and direct
    • may say that if nothing else had happened except this departure of the moon
    • the earth and become part of it.
    • is pictured to him. The living wisdom that Spiritual Science is able to impart
    • emphatically part of human evolution upon the earth, and it is quite well known
    • lukewarm judgment, for it is part and parcel of the very texture of cosmic
    • to learn something about the mineral part of the human organism. With this kind
    • of science we can only learn about the part of man's being which has a
    • structure in man, about that part of his being which will one day be woven into
    • woman began with the departure of the moon, but this physical form of birth is
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    • is a capacity of which our own time particularly stands in need. The human
    • the Atlantean deluge, to find the epoch when the moon departed from the body of
    • make these cosmic events part of an artistic conception of existence. But other
    • time during the Earth period. Mineral substance, therefore, became part of
    • outcome of a decision on the part of the Spiritual Beings who guide and direct
    • may say that if nothing else had happened except this departure of the moon
    • the earth and become part of it.
    • is pictured to him. The living wisdom that Spiritual Science is able to impart
    • emphatically part of human evolution upon the earth, and it is quite well known
    • lukewarm judgment, for it is part and parcel of the very texture of cosmic
    • to learn something about the mineral part of the human organism. With this kind
    • of science we can only learn about the part of man's being which has a
    • structure in man, about that part of his being which will one day be woven into
    • woman began with the departure of the moon, but this physical form of birth is
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    • ought to have understood that humanity has no significance apart from
    • the sea parted in order that they might pass through, while behind
    • such as the parting of the waters, appears also in its purest
    • most significant thing Moses had to impart to his people through the
    • bring forth within itself the forces which impart to it the purport
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    • particular human soul, something that has the appearance of a mighty
    • the teaching into his being. But this particular soul accepted all
    • part of his being it will become an impulse from the spiritual world
    • have to use our muscular power, which is imparted to us from outside
    • among us, and absorbed particularly certain cosmological teachings
    • extent that we may impart it as fruit to the whole of humanity. What
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    • man's being after death would mean that the most important part
    • this debt with him, as part of his Karma, and discharges it later;
    • Threshold], I laid particular emphasis on the fact that the
    • destroyed a part of the Earth's existence.” Christ blots
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    • which they are imparted in the New Testament, we need knowledge of
    • they have no special participation in us. If we were able to kill the
    • are like a stillborn child, because he imparts his death to them. If
    • have spiritually created dense forms to which they had imparted
    • imparted death to the Earth. A dead Earth would have given birth to a
    • whatever the particular karma of the soul may be — and we shall
    • bound to the Earth, to that part of the Earth which remains dead in
    • part of those who see that there are men who can be independent. In
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    • Survival, particularly in our time, but we are also clear that while
    • sisterly common life, shows particularly in the following example: If
    • for the burial of the deceased one and it was part of this honor to
    • living beings, or cells. If you take a part of this human body and
    • by the next one and each one has its particular task so also the
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    • Survival, particularly in our time, but we are also clear that while
    • sisterly common life, shows particularly in the following example: If
    • for the burial of the deceased one and it was part of this honor to
    • living beings, or cells. If you take a part of this human body and
    • by the next one and each one has its particular task so also the
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    • it was possible without hesitation ... to depart from the plan of
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    • innermost part of the soul it must be born anew; that man must in the
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    • taken active part in the evolution of man ever since.
    • parts. Isis buries these twelve parts in various places, so that from
    • become part of the earth, and how, as Sun-Powers buried in the
    • not only wrote down in their own particular writing what they knew as
    • clear distinctness, blends and merges into one single whole the parts
    • buried in the earth parts of the body of Osiris, cut into pieces by
    • of religion have in part exterminated just this view of the Mary.
    • at our own particular goal, but face together, united in love, the
  • Title: Search for the New Isis: Lecture III: The Magi and the Shepherds: The New Isis
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    • on the other side it was only possible for men particularly sensitive
    • themselves as the counterpart of the starry heavens to certain inner
    • but an aura bestowed upon man from the earth; particularly did he
    • the Magi developed this particular faculty they were able to say:
    • Although it is after death that these faculties become particularly
    • creative forces appear again more particularly after death.
    • after-death faculties were particularly developed; but these
    • from the East and these particular shepherds in the field. Both had
    • the external part of man and therefore perceives only the outer
    • already changed a large part of the earth into a field where culture
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    • world has a certain form in a specific part of the earth — in
    • century, particularly in Central Europe, in the West already in the
    • all learned men and this particular one, because he does not
    • particular circumstances and what he says is extremely
    • to be brought together? These are questions of particular importance
    • Musicians' Union which includes particularly the orchestra players,
    • to the strength of the parties, politicians to whom art is only a
    • at all in a place where people speak and vote according to party
    • antipathy for any particular race, for I taught in a house belonging
    • not to be radical means to take part in the advance towards
    • have often said. And one thing particularly I would like to call to
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    • work is properly arranged, the two parties meet. The facts of
    • instrument in which magnetism plays no part. What would have come out
    • this particular chapter in Schleich's book shows that at the present
    • and demonstrated that the skull with all its parts
    • constituent parts of the latter can be traced in the bony covering of
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    • idea formed of him. The following example is particularly
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    • writer Blavatsky or of Annie Besant, nor did I take them particularly
    • time was particularly flourishing in England; and from this quarter I
    • thus always been an independent part of that Society was further
    • part of man which exists even when his physical body falls into decay,
    • studied, so must man be divided into his several parts in order that he
    • department of finer natural science. In the same way does the fact
    • belong to this department that thoughts entertained by one person are
    • part of a refined physiology, a refined form of natural science.
    • people become conversant with a particular view of the world depends on
    • so much hostility and misunderstanding are partly objective and partly
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    • Mysteries that were celebrated in certain parts of Asia long before
    • Mysteries we must think, first of all, of that part of the evolution
    • particular thoughts from those that were revealed to men with their
    • divine Being from a higher world has descended into me. I partake of
    • was like a confession on the part of those sages of olden times. When
    • to participate in the life of the cosmos. As the cosmos lets Winter
    • for that too was part of the Mysteries. Naturally it would not do for
    • directly from the Sun but also that which partakes in the life of the
    • root of a plant, or even at parts of the leaves, we have before us
    • that was felt to be a particularly significant principle of
    • spiritual part of our being. It is a ‘World-Christmas’
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    • Mysteries that were celebrated in certain parts of Asia long before
    • Mysteries we must think, first of all, of that part of the evolution
    • particular thoughts from those that were revealed to men with their
    • divine Being from a higher world has descended into me. I partake of
    • was like a confession on the part of those sages of olden times. When
    • to participate in the life of the cosmos. As the cosmos lets Winter
    • for that too was part of the Mysteries. Naturally it would not do for
    • directly from the Sun but also that which partakes in the life of the
    • root of a plant, or even at parts of the leaves, we have before us
    • that was felt to be a particularly significant principle of
    • spiritual part of our being. It is a ‘World-Christmas’
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    • intrínsecamente al invierno. Surgió a partir de concepciones
    • ciertas partes de Asia mucho antes de la fundación del Cristianismo
    • debemos pensar, en primer lugar, de esa parte de la evolución de la
    • particulares, de aquellos que fueron revelados a los hombres con su
    • pensamientos. Por todas partes vemos una sabiduría compuesta de
    • mí. Yo participo de las ideas que en realidad están pensando
    • fin de en esta particular temporada y en algunos lugares que consideraba
    • confesión por parte de esos sabios de la antigüedad. Cuando
    • Compartir de
    • Luciféricos. Se esforzaban en participar en la vida del cosmos.
    • también era parte de los Misterios. Naturalmente, no era adecuado
    • comparte la vida del amplio universo, pero entra en la vida que
    • Sol, pero también aquello que participa en la vida de la tierra
    • cuando estamos viendo la raíz de una planta, o incluso partes de
    • sacrificio por otro, sino cuando uno comparte con los demás una
    • punto de partida de las descripciones habrían sido los cielos
    • estrellados. Pero en el libro tal como es, el punto de partida es el
    • ser humano y partiendo de ahí al universo. El núcleo interno
    • pulmón es ... y así, a partir del hombre, aprendemos a conocer
    • actualidad. Es allí que gran parte de la culpa real debe ser
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    • intrínsecamente al invierno. Surgió a partir de concepciones
    • ciertas partes de Asia mucho antes de la fundación del Cristianismo
    • debemos pensar, en primer lugar, de esa parte de la evolución de la
    • particulares, de aquellos que fueron revelados a los hombres con su
    • pensamientos. Por todas partes vemos una sabiduría compuesta de
    • mí. Yo participo de las ideas que en realidad están pensando
    • fin de en esta particular temporada y en algunos lugares que consideraba
    • confesión por parte de esos sabios de la antigüedad. Cuando
    • Compartir de
    • Luciféricos. Se esforzaban en participar en la vida del cosmos.
    • también era parte de los Misterios. Naturalmente, no era adecuado
    • comparte la vida del amplio universo, pero entra en la vida que
    • Sol, pero también aquello que participa en la vida de la tierra
    • cuando estamos viendo la raíz de una planta, o incluso partes de
    • sacrificio por otro, sino cuando uno comparte con los demás una
    • punto de partida de las descripciones habrían sido los cielos
    • estrellados. Pero en el libro tal como es, el punto de partida es el
    • ser humano y partiendo de ahí al universo. El núcleo interno
    • pulmón es ... y así, a partir del hombre, aprendemos a conocer
    • actualidad. Es allí que gran parte de la culpa real debe ser
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    • particularly in this picture? There we see embodied pictorially a
    • relate itself according to its particular temperament and character,
    • compelled to depart in technique from the method in which such
    • door heightened. This ruined a great part of the picture. Then at one
    • partly in the painting; rather, it is the conception that works on
    • chin larger and larger. To study the significance of a single part of
    • in the smallest particular to offend against the truth — which,
    • comprehensible. What can be studied with regard to particular human
    • tried to sketch him at particular moments of his life, we are led
    • referred to. In one particular sphere, in the time of Copernicus,
    • of the separate parts of an animal, or the human countenance! He
    • very smallest part of what lived within it. Such souls as Leonardo
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    • particularly in this picture? There we see embodied pictorially a
    • relate itself according to its particular temperament and character,
    • compelled to depart in technique from the method in which such
    • door heightened. This ruined a great part of the picture. Then at one
    • partly in the painting; rather, it is the conception that works on
    • chin larger and larger. To study the significance of a single part of
    • in the smallest particular to offend against the truth — which,
    • comprehensible. What can be studied with regard to particular human
    • tried to sketch him at particular moments of his life, we are led
    • referred to. In one particular sphere, in the time of Copernicus,
    • of the separate parts of an animal, or the human countenance! He
    • very smallest part of what lived within it. Such souls as Leonardo
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    • into what the plants themselves feel. The part of the plant that
    • that part of a plant which pushes its way out of the earth. When in
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    • into what the plants themselves feel. The part of the plant that
    • that part of a plant which pushes its way out of the earth. When in
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    • privilege of the individual human soul. If one part of the group soul
    • This falling apart into threefoldness has been gone through
    • individual parts in the brain of the Chela are differentiated like
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    • privilege of the individual human soul. If one part of the group soul
    • This falling apart into threefoldness has been gone through
    • individual parts in the brain of the Chela are differentiated like
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    • etheric parts of the elephant form, which stretch far, far beyond the
    • assimilation of substances, parts of the head become densified, and
    • the parts. Something else must be added to this.
    • being with a male character, and a small part of this etheric being
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    • etheric parts of the elephant form, which stretch far, far beyond the
    • assimilation of substances, parts of the head become densified, and
    • the parts. Something else must be added to this.
    • being with a male character, and a small part of this etheric being
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    • way. Apart from many separate attempts which have been made, analyses
    • the parts. Looking only at the external phenomena it is easy to speak
    • part. And then if by some means the activities of heart and lungs
    • plants, of what is called death in animals, and also, apart from
    • these, what in particular constitutes death in the human kingdom.
    • it is differentiated from the soft parts of the human organism. As in
    • from the bodily instrument, that he becomes a participator in a
    • sleep. Apart from this, however, it appears quite natural that the
    • the coarser parts. Quite superficial observation can teach us that
    • in herself experiencing in spring — in that part of the earth
    • where it is springtime — what man for his part experiences when
    • ideas from the deep strata of our soul life, but — apart from
    • external, bodily part perishes, but the group soul, which is the
    • behind the lower part living in the individual animals, and will one
    • represent above all the most enigmatic part of human nature. How the
    • this in the second part of our study) leads to the whole disposition
    • lives throughout eternity. Hence, apart from all that you find
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    • way. Apart from many separate attempts which have been made, analyses
    • the parts. Looking only at the external phenomena it is easy to speak
    • part. And then if by some means the activities of heart and lungs
    • plants, of what is called death in animals, and also, apart from
    • these, what in particular constitutes death in the human kingdom.
    • it is differentiated from the soft parts of the human organism. As in
    • from the bodily instrument, that he becomes a participator in a
    • sleep. Apart from this, however, it appears quite natural that the
    • the coarser parts. Quite superficial observation can teach us that
    • in herself experiencing in spring — in that part of the earth
    • where it is springtime — what man for his part experiences when
    • ideas from the deep strata of our soul life, but — apart from
    • external, bodily part perishes, but the group soul, which is the
    • behind the lower part living in the individual animals, and will one
    • represent above all the most enigmatic part of human nature. How the
    • this in the second part of our study) leads to the whole disposition
    • lives throughout eternity. Hence, apart from all that you find
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    • realities partake in the development of animals' life as in the
    • A great part of the thinkers of the present and the recent past did
    • part. If it is already impossible to explain from what we know at
    • essential part of the soul nature, permeating the external bodily
    • imparts itself to the lung, with the only difference being that the
    • something that wakens in the morning apart from our bodily organs, to
    • those times, only a part of the living substance, as it were, was
    • immediately by the spiritual principle, a part of the old, moving
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    • realities partake in the development of animals' life as in the
    • A great part of the thinkers of the present and the recent past did
    • part. If it is already impossible to explain from what we know at
    • essential part of the soul nature, permeating the external bodily
    • imparts itself to the lung, with the only difference being that the
    • something that wakens in the morning apart from our bodily organs, to
    • those times, only a part of the living substance, as it were, was
    • immediately by the spiritual principle, a part of the old, moving
  • Title: Lecture: Michelangelo
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    • particular form, a second or third time. The author argues as
    • history. We shall see this particularly significantly if we take an
    • briefly into the particular way in which Greek sculpture affects us.
    • movement of the hand they felt the particular angle the hand made
    • with the arm; or they could feel the particular muscle extended by
    • or have some particular mood, he found it necessary to know the
    • necessary? We can see this particularly well in the Pieta if we note
    • particular mood. In between the time of the Greeks and the rise of
    • use this particular block. Now if we follow this work as it
    • Here is a point of view that we should bear in mind, particularly
    • hair, its glance and its gesture, all are part of the world in which
    • particularly in his “Creation of Adam.” Michelangelo
    • artistic method was already part of the ties in which we ourselves
    • life. He was a sort of hybrid, still part of the old but already
    • living within the new. This is particularly evident in that work
    • for in them he showed how the spiritual in man is as much part of our
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    • particular form, a second or third time. The author argues as
    • history. We shall see this particularly significantly if we take an
    • briefly into the particular way in which Greek sculpture affects us.
    • movement of the hand they felt the particular angle the hand made
    • with the arm; or they could feel the particular muscle extended by
    • or have some particular mood, he found it necessary to know the
    • necessary? We can see this particularly well in the Pieta if we note
    • particular mood. In between the time of the Greeks and the rise of
    • use this particular block. Now if we follow this work as it
    • Here is a point of view that we should bear in mind, particularly
    • hair, its glance and its gesture, all are part of the world in which
    • particularly in his “Creation of Adam.” Michelangelo
    • artistic method was already part of the ties in which we ourselves
    • life. He was a sort of hybrid, still part of the old but already
    • living within the new. This is particularly evident in that work
    • for in them he showed how the spiritual in man is as much part of our
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    • UNDERSTANDING THE SPIRITUAL WORLD(Part One)
    • UNDERSTANDING THE SPIRITUAL WORLD(Part Two)
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    • UNDERSTANDING THE SPIRITUAL WORLD(PART ONE)Berlin,
    • small part of the etheric world when dreaming. The etheric world is
    • but only a part of it, namely, our own etheric body.
    • etheric body. Under the special conditions of sleep one part of the
    • that has become detached. This can happen when a part of your
    • be unaware that our physical body is sick. When the part our etheric
    • result from the astral body we took along revealing a part of itself
    • astral body in ordinary life, but we can quite easily see part of it
    • part of the lecture — it will throw some light on the
    • part of our astral body when we come face to face with ourselves in a
    • The part of us that is cleverer than we usually are can, through a
    • particularly advanced. That this soul shows such abilities means that
    • just waiting for things to happen. Participation at every moment,
    • we add up five and seven, we are not really participating in the
    • to know without this inner participation, they are happy, exceedingly
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    • UNDERSTANDING THE SPIRITUAL WORLD(PART TWO)Berlin,
    • he had the strength to say what he said because he knew: The best part of
    • anticipated. I for my part have become so confused by the public at
    • quote this remark particularly because it shows how very alone Fichte
    • from the physical world. For my part, I admit quite openly that
    • really die, but merely move to another place. They still participate
    • concrete particulars. We can then realize the blessing our theories
    • demonstrated the triumph of mind over matter, particularly
    • spiritual science will become part of the spiritual progress of
    • particularly in the opinions of other people. What comes from outside
    • is not part of what our souls really need and thirst for. They need
    • temptations and seduction of materialistic thinking, particularly
    • participate fully in this world and to seek in ourselves the impulse
  • Title: Presence of the Dead: Lecture Three: Awakening Spiritual Thoughts
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    • only part of our time between birth and death in the physical world,
    • particular, the natural sciences will more and more realize that our
    • those not part of the blood and nervous system but which affect the
    • not part of the blood and nervous system and do not manifest in our
    • part of the blood and the nervous system. The only other method that
    • is our relationship to those who have died, apart from offering them
    • spiritual world. The dead can then participate in the process, which
    • self-centeredness and apply the description of a particular case to
    • needs of their particular time and culture.
    • sacrificed to the gods, the people partook of the remainder.
    • of departure. We must try to immerse ourselves in these ideas so that
    • rather than be considered particularly advanced. It would be an
    • incorrect judgment if we were to consider such souls particularly
    • mature, as having experienced particularly high incarnations. People
  • Title: Presence of the Dead: Lecture Four: The Presence of the Dead in our Life
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    • However, in dreams we perceive only the part of ourselves that has
    • little relevance in identifying him. Perhaps we were particularly
    • fond of another dead person or have a particularly close friendship
    • at this particular moment. Speaking as a true occultist and not
    • have to approach you and then depart again. Just as someone paying
    • particularly bothered by it. You have prepared your ideas and present
    • our departed friend reveals after death what it absorbed, at first
    • your memory a small part of your life at that time. Try to recall as
    • Everything we consider part
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    • particularly by voluntarily focusing our soul on certain thoughts
    • particular qualities of that period. I tried to get a vivid sense of
    • cannot do. Self-knowledge, particularly for the researcher of the
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    • about the findings of spiritual science, particularly when
    • is due to external bodily causes, and the child's soul plays no part
  • Title: Presence of the Dead: Lecture Seven: Robert Hamerling: Poet and Thinker
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    • had already been confined to his bed for a large part of his life,
    • If his part he were to forfeit.
    • when I was a roaming boy. In part they came from the moment's lively
    • impressions and stimulation, usually from nature around me, in part
    • great part of his longing: the longing to be a great human being.
    • punishment, as happened to many who had been part of the liberation
    • party. He would have gladly joined them, but he could not stay. Then
    • In the form of a three-part novel, Aspasia became a wonderful
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    • truly say that a large part of our scientific activity, of our
    • only one part, only one member, of the human being. To
    • the spiritual inner part.
    • the soul-spiritual part. We must go back to his earlier incarnations,
    • mother to the particular human being who has descended from the
    • is not the inherited part at variance with it? Thus the great
    • In that part of man perceptible to the outer senses,
    • with the mineral world. That part which is subject to physical
    • man has the etheric body, which becomes part of his organism and
    • part has built up for itself the physical body.
    • The expression of the etheric body, or a part of this
    • temperament. The particular coloring of human nature, what we call
    • themselves outwardly in the physical body. Thus, a large part of the
    • ego, physically the blood, is particularly active, we see the
    • machine if he wishes to use it. But when this densest part rules, the
    • body, in the development of the fatty parts, we see that which the
    • that the external part of the individual can become an expression of
    • Particularly it must be of interest to learn how we can handle the
    • In the question of education in particular, and also in
    • reverence, esteem, particularly for what the teacher can accomplish,
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    • truly say that a large part of our scientific activity, of our
    • only one part, only one member, of the human being. To
    • the spiritual inner part.
    • the soul-spiritual part. We must go back to his earlier incarnations,
    • mother to the particular human being who has descended from the
    • is not the inherited part at variance with it? Thus the great
    • In that part of man perceptible to the outer senses,
    • with the mineral world. That part which is subject to physical
    • man has the etheric body, which becomes part of his organism and
    • part has built up for itself the physical body.
    • The expression of the etheric body, or a part of this
    • temperament. The particular coloring of human nature, what we call
    • themselves outwardly in the physical body. Thus, a large part of the
    • ego, physically the blood, is particularly active, we see the
    • machine if he wishes to use it. But when this densest part rules, the
    • body, in the development of the fatty parts, we see that which the
    • that the external part of the individual can become an expression of
    • Particularly it must be of interest to learn how we can handle the
    • In the question of education in particular, and also in
    • reverence, esteem, particularly for what the teacher can accomplish,
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    • Now this modern life, as we call it, was not always part
    • part of the first stage. We demolish physical Nature and thereby
    • it particularly hard for him to develop those inner forces which
    • for effort, really strenuous effort on the part of the human soul.
    • Modern theology, irreligious theology, has taken particular pride in
    • Christianity and Mythology, Part III,
    • is said: this particular sentence is already to be found here, this
    • example, when the ‘I’ in many languages is part of the
    • through his inner feeling, men can depart from the role played by
    • all the time, and if, apart from the river-bed, you try to find
    • particular territories of Europe, how they are grouping themselves to
    • on the part of the soul is connected with the whole conception we
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    • Now this modern life, as we call it, was not always part
    • part of the first stage. We demolish physical Nature and thereby
    • it particularly hard for him to develop those inner forces which
    • for effort, really strenuous effort on the part of the human soul.
    • Modern theology, irreligious theology, has taken particular pride in
    • Christianity and Mythology, Part III,
    • is said: this particular sentence is already to be found here, this
    • example, when the ‘I’ in many languages is part of the
    • through his inner feeling, men can depart from the role played by
    • all the time, and if, apart from the river-bed, you try to find
    • particular territories of Europe, how they are grouping themselves to
    • on the part of the soul is connected with the whole conception we
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    • entirely different parts of the western hemisphere of our earth, as
    • this particular part of the earth.
    • northern part of Scotland itself. Here we must seek for the kernel of
    • the individuality. And they were led to this particular part of the
    • particularly those ancient folk customs were preserved whereby the
    • took part in the battle. This song is in reality something which was
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    • entirely different parts of the western hemisphere of our earth, as
    • this particular part of the earth.
    • northern part of Scotland itself. Here we must seek for the kernel of
    • the individuality. And they were led to this particular part of the
    • particularly those ancient folk customs were preserved whereby the
    • took part in the battle. This song is in reality something which was
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    • with particular branches of science. I am thinking of the masses of
    • the fragmentary history that forms part of popular education. But
    • part of the population of Western Europe, of Middle Europe and far
    • And now let us think of peoples inhabiting another part of the earth.
    • of vision is kindled. One problem leads us to a particular region,
    • counterpart of spiritual experiences through which their souls passed
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    • with particular branches of science. I am thinking of the masses of
    • the fragmentary history that forms part of popular education. But
    • part of the population of Western Europe, of Middle Europe and far
    • And now let us think of peoples inhabiting another part of the earth.
    • of vision is kindled. One problem leads us to a particular region,
    • counterpart of spiritual experiences through which their souls passed
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    • particles. You can divide the great majority of substances into
    • works on between the single condensing particles, so likewise of the
    • Such as he here is, the soul and the Spirit of man also partake in
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    • particles. You can divide the great majority of substances into
    • works on between the single condensing particles, so likewise of the
    • Such as he here is, the soul and the Spirit of man also partake in
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    • each other. Envy and falsehood in particular offend against the
    • part in his life during his past incarnation.
    • feel this forms part of a deep understanding of Karma and its laws.
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    • each other. Envy and falsehood in particular offend against the
    • part in his life during his past incarnation.
    • feel this forms part of a deep understanding of Karma and its laws.
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    • body. Yet we could not see this physical part as we generally see it
    • illness simply consists in the fact that the human body in part goes
    • only be able to grasp that part of living matter which is now a
    • But that part in man which is intelligent and exercises cognizant
    • condition particularly applies to the human head. I already explained
    • This should particularly be the case with teachers (let me emphasize
    • particularly in the training of teachers. Teachers should not have
    • The soul obtains a pension; without any effort on its own part it
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    • body. Yet we could not see this physical part as we generally see it
    • illness simply consists in the fact that the human body in part goes
    • only be able to grasp that part of living matter which is now a
    • But that part in man which is intelligent and exercises cognizant
    • condition particularly applies to the human head. I already explained
    • This should particularly be the case with teachers (let me emphasize
    • particularly in the training of teachers. Teachers should not have
    • The soul obtains a pension; without any effort on its own part it
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    • manner described and become part of the whole earthly organism,
    • spiritual, things are frequently reversed) his best part is
    • everything that lives in him participates in all the worlds which
    • immediately appears structured, subdivided into four parts. We
    • foundation of memory, began to form part of man's structure
    • or that part of his physical body which receives these
    • activity which lies at the foundation of thinking is part of
    • with something of which we may say that it forms part of us when
    • life exists in order that each part of our being may add to us
    • these things, we should always say that particularly in the
    • conclude with words which we always pronounce before parting. I
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    • manner described and become part of the whole earthly organism,
    • spiritual, things are frequently reversed) his best part is
    • everything that lives in him participates in all the worlds which
    • immediately appears structured, subdivided into four parts. We
    • foundation of memory, began to form part of man's structure
    • or that part of his physical body which receives these
    • activity which lies at the foundation of thinking is part of
    • with something of which we may say that it forms part of us when
    • life exists in order that each part of our being may add to us
    • these things, we should always say that particularly in the
    • conclude with words which we always pronounce before parting. I
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    • and devoting myself solely to problems connected with imparting facts
    • — to depart from the custom of circulating this material only
    • ‘anthroposophical history’ in what has been imparted from
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    • part of 1924, about a year before he died. Although his audience consisted
    • previous knowledge on the part of his hearers, this course is not an
    • itself, it undoubtedly gives (quite apart from the dubious associations
    • for we have experienced it all in a particular way.’ Then, in the
  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture I: Anthroposophy as What Men Long For Today
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    • does with the physical, sensible part of man, when he has passed through
    • realm of Nature related to what man, as part of her, carries with him
    • as a part of it. In respect of all that is not man, there is —
    • a morsel of some substance (which must, of course, be a part of the
    • this morsel becomes at once part of the destructive forces of the visible
    • water. One particular wave, however, holds our attention, for we see
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    • of salt was not hexahedral, i.e. six-faced, for it was all part of a
    • In the external, mineral kingdom alone it plays no part; still, it is
    • in a series of snapshots.) All this, however, has its counterpart in
    • ‘science’ twenty years ago! All this is a part of science;
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    • Apart from the fact that the sun warms us in summer and leaves us cold
    • to grasp man's part in the super-sensible world. All that surrounds him,
    • was once a part of the earth. In primeval times it separated off from
    • apart from this, all the heavenly bodies are subject to metabolism,
    • of the moon — quite apart from their passage through repeated
    • life and is clearly recognised as part of an active past, and turn to what
    • or in the second part of my
    • a part of oneself.
    • Now dreams play a special part in the subconscious life. When we dream
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    • one quite simple fact. You are looking, let us say, at some part of
    • plant, or any other natural object. But when you look at this part of
    • returns to it. Apart from this, the moments in which one transcends
    • this sharply outlined part of the human organism. Strictly speaking, there
    • solid earth — to what the ancient thinkers in particular called
    • part of him. For even in external Nature you can see, where the fluid
    • as you restrict yourself to the solid part of man, you need not look
    • to his fluid part, you require the second man discovered by
    • At first the spiritual approaches you from the outermost part of the
    • their physical counterparts in the forms of the solid man, in the changing
    • part, the wonderful configuration of the spinal cord with its attached
  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture V: Love, Intuition and the Human Ego
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    • distinguish a head part, a trunk part and, indistinctly, limb parts
    • part in shaping the face of the globe — in all this etheric currents
    • apart from suffering the pain of initiation. But to acquire an immediate,
    • knows this, at least in a very partial way. If we measure a person's
    • temperature we get different degrees of fever in different parts of
  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture VI: Respiration, Warmth and the Ego
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    • extremely partial to the air you breathe out. When awake you did not
    • smallest part of what is here involved.
    • that it receives, for we have experienced it all in a particular way.
    • and an organic part of its whole life. Thus anthroposophical reflection
    • not only want to impart knowledge; it seeks to awaken life. This it
  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture VII: Dream-life and External Reality
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    • the dream-picture to a particular experience in the outer world, for
    • have studied these things you will know what particular organ is depicted,
    • to know his individual character, you will find that only a part of
    • participate in the deeds of life as much as we actively participate
    • into something; one part becomes the human head, another the human lung,
    • playing a very small part, if any. People dream all sorts of wonderful
    • things, but intentions play no part, as a rule. When intentions do play a
    • part in a dream, we usually wake up laughing at ourselves for entertaining
    • — is the counterpart of this condition of obliterated
  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture VIII: Dreams, Imaginative Cognition, and the Building of Destiny
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    • for man only apprehends this part of his organisation by dreaming of
    • grasp a part of the full reality. Suppose we have done another a service
    • consciousness that our inner life must, in part, run its course by
    • spiritual counterpart
    • the spiritual counterpart of his deeds; only he knows nothing of it,
    • counterpart is perceived in dreams, but only in the form of weak
    • man lives through the part of life he has slept through, i.e. about
    • part of one's life, this retrospective experience after death will last
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    • treasure won from experience. If a part of these memories should be lost
    • impressions to the content borne in memory. A great part of educational
    • comprehensive part of man's inner life.
    • essential part of memory. Thoughts of past experience come and go.
    • harboured during earthly life. The spiritual counterpart, of which I
    • spoke yesterday, is engraved into the world; and it is this counterpart
    • experience whose spiritual counterpart is not engraved into the spiritual
    • we have exchanged has its spiritual counterpart; it is there, inscribed
    • all this has its spiritual counterpart; above all, whether you have
    • as you go backwards from death to birth, it is the spiritual counterpart
    • we have caused him pain — there is already a spiritual counterpart
    • part of the spiritual counterpart and is inscribed into the spiritual
    • it is a part of this experience to feel that beings whom, for the present,
    • we may call ‘superhuman’, are participating in it. Pressing
    • onwards through these spiritual counterparts of our experiences, we feel
    • if he were experiencing thirst in physical life; the psychical part of
    • and a great part of the backward journey I have described is concerned
    • it. It is just the part we did not notice, the part we passed by but
    • way. In a sense, we ourselves in our spiritual counterpart — in
    • — permeating these experiences during the retrospective part of the
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    • ourselves are treated, particularly here in this place, where we have
    • attempted at that time in various spheres on the part of the Catholic
    • a part similar to that of the obscure book ‘The Stanzas of
    • particular what the spiritual life itself has to say to what is
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    • philosophy, science, public opinion, world conception, apart from the
    • Roman Catholic Church, is, for the most part, void of spirit. For the
    • dogma of the Immaculate Conception was already a departure from all
    • for the most part, too, the same teachers remained in it; only up to
    • Jesuits to meddle in politics, that a Jesuit never has taken any part
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    • largest part of the religious life of the modern civilized world
    • the most extreme egotism. By this cultivation of egotism on the part of
    • especially the longer the various parties in the state apply their
    • Modernism. He is made to swear that it is part of his creed that he
    • covering of the forces of growth by the snow crust one part of the
    • resolve on the part of mankind to fill itself with that spirit which
    • very Karlsruhe cycle on the Jesuits. For they on their part are not
    • lectures here. In conclusion to what I have said, partly in public,
    • partly in these private lectures, I had to add all that I have said
  • Title: Lecture: Conscience and Astonishment as Indications of Spiritual Vision in Past and Future
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    • writings. He was concerned with the particular needs and interests of
    • the main received, derived and imparted through research undertaken
    • and imparted from clairvoyant consciousness, must be comprehended by
    • man has a particular need to find explanations for many things,
    • asked to feed a wolf with lambs until all material parts of the wolf
    • the man as if they were part of his hands, part of his whole being.
    • what I am seeing is no part of my past!’
    • say to themselves: ‘This is indeed no part of my past, but I
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    • writings. He was concerned with the particular needs and interests of
    • the main received, derived and imparted through research undertaken
    • and imparted from clairvoyant consciousness, must be comprehended by
    • man has a particular need to find explanations for many things,
    • asked to feed a wolf with lambs until all material parts of the wolf
    • the man as if they were part of his hands, part of his whole being.
    • what I am seeing is no part of my past!’
    • say to themselves: ‘This is indeed no part of my past, but I
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    • since the Mystery of Golgotha, and particularly in recent centuries,
    • has been a marked departure from this clinging by force of habit to
    • modern scientific thought. But for the most part a terrible
    • is merely the social counterpart of the utterly reactionary outlook
    • man. Let us now consider the spiritual-scientific counterpart of what
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    • since the Mystery of Golgotha, and particularly in recent centuries,
    • has been a marked departure from this clinging by force of habit to
    • modern scientific thought. But for the most part a terrible
    • is merely the social counterpart of the utterly reactionary outlook
    • man. Let us now consider the spiritual-scientific counterpart of what
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    • knowledge? For the most part, in books, in writing. The path of
    • acquired and experienced quite apart from any relation to what
    • at all without our personality taking part in it. And as we grow into
    • in part, the events that befall us. And then, in the further lives
    • and ideas, and impart these to his fellow men. It might even be
    • way within the spiritual world only if his whole being participates
    • unable to feel any particular pleasure or satisfaction in it —
    • An agreement was come to, freely and willingly on the part of all,
    • that one of their number should undertake a particular field of
    • knowledge. When a particular field of spiritual research was allotted
    • to see their content as part of the spiritual world, then we begin to
    • individual, can experience by being on earth in a particular place
    • and at a particular time, is rooted in, and belongs to, a
    • play his part.
    • existence, we begin to see that we are counted upon to do our part,
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    • knowledge? For the most part, in books, in writing. The path of
    • acquired and experienced quite apart from any relation to what
    • at all without our personality taking part in it. And as we grow into
    • in part, the events that befall us. And then, in the further lives
    • and ideas, and impart these to his fellow men. It might even be
    • way within the spiritual world only if his whole being participates
    • unable to feel any particular pleasure or satisfaction in it —
    • An agreement was come to, freely and willingly on the part of all,
    • that one of their number should undertake a particular field of
    • knowledge. When a particular field of spiritual research was allotted
    • to see their content as part of the spiritual world, then we begin to
    • individual, can experience by being on earth in a particular place
    • and at a particular time, is rooted in, and belongs to, a
    • play his part.
    • existence, we begin to see that we are counted upon to do our part,
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    • is the use of learning that man consists of such and such parts; that
    • this clear today by a particular example. Most of us know that our
    • conditions in a particular incarnation he either possessed an
    • centuries, particularly during the Graeco-Roman period of
    • memories, and friends grow apart again. And this putting the
    • individual, and particularly in our modern age of the consciousness
    • group-soul element. We find its peoples making part of a social
    • and characterological tendencies, how this person with a particular
    • to its particular individuality. In this way we shall learn so to
    • particular for the development of the consciousness soul. And further
    • for more and more tolerance, particularly where thought in connection
    • requires for its particular deepening. But we do not ourselves
    • soul, and its refusal to take part in propagating the kind of
    • this can flourish only in a particular aura, in a certain atmosphere.
    • the particular “shade” described in today's lecture. Many
    • expert knowledge in some particular branch of science, but only
    • particular sphere, but it gives us the power of judging. And the
    • through our participation in spiritual science this link will enable
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    • is the use of learning that man consists of such and such parts; that
    • this clear today by a particular example. Most of us know that our
    • conditions in a particular incarnation he either possessed an
    • centuries, particularly during the Graeco-Roman period of
    • memories, and friends grow apart again. And this putting the
    • individual, and particularly in our modern age of the consciousness
    • group-soul element. We find its peoples making part of a social
    • and characterological tendencies, how this person with a particular
    • to its particular individuality. In this way we shall learn so to
    • particular for the development of the consciousness soul. And further
    • for more and more tolerance, particularly where thought in connection
    • requires for its particular deepening. But we do not ourselves
    • soul, and its refusal to take part in propagating the kind of
    • this can flourish only in a particular aura, in a certain atmosphere.
    • the particular “shade” described in today's lecture. Many
    • expert knowledge in some particular branch of science, but only
    • particular sphere, but it gives us the power of judging. And the
    • through our participation in spiritual science this link will enable
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    • but an integral part of the organism. Men felt themselves to be members
    • remains for the most part an unconscious process. But during certain
    • particularly in the rhythmic air-current within him.
    • soul, immersed in the phenomena of nature, partakes of every secret, steeping
    • part of a weaving cosmic life and this feeling expressed itself in certain
    • spoken about this — for example, apart from the usual five he has a
    • soul from a bodily member, that part which was driven out experienced the
    • participate. When man allows knowledge to approach him in this way,
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    • but an integral part of the organism. Men felt themselves to be members
    • remains for the most part an unconscious process. But during certain
    • particularly in the rhythmic air-current within him.
    • soul, immersed in the phenomena of nature, partakes of every secret, steeping
    • part of a weaving cosmic life and this feeling expressed itself in certain
    • spoken about this — for example, apart from the usual five he has a
    • soul from a bodily member, that part which was driven out experienced the
    • participate. When man allows knowledge to approach him in this way,
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    • a particular constellation of the stars, a constellation of the stars
    • first of all to consider the part played by the figure of St. Paul
    • accustomed. For the most part we have ceased to concern ourselves at all
    • an initiate, to be of particular significance.
    • must ask: What is a festival such as that of Easter for the greater part
    • distinct unwillingness to take part in the great change that is so
    • experiences in thought and feeling that partake of a true Easter
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    • first of all to consider the part played by the figure of St. Paul
    • accustomed. For the most part we have ceased to concern ourselves at all
    • an initiate, to be of particular significance.
    • must ask: What is a festival such as that of Easter for the greater part
    • distinct unwillingness to take part in the great change that is so
    • experiences in thought and feeling that partake of a true Easter
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    • and wanted to apply it to a particular domain of life, did not as a
    • at last bestirred themselves, and departed to some extent from their
    • They did it in this way: In the first part of their lectures they would
    • be thoroughly scientific; in the first part of their explanations they
    • the second part of their lectures, our speakers would pass on to the
    • who will not depart from the principle that practical life, after all,
    • I took upon myself in coming here, I for my part would answer —
    • near my life for a long time; I took part in them most actively. Thus
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    • others spread the tale that they have no particular effect.
    • When the cows have been living and feeding on a particular soil for
    • part have no great respect for these “harmful influences.”
    • not just be crazy on machines. If one has a particular craze for machines,
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    • my part have observed that the young dandelion, shortly before flowering,
    • dig them in some distance apart. If I had to do it on a small estate,
    • parts around the edge of the estate. On a large estate you can choose
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    • What would you attain by so doing? You must consider the whole part
    • foodstuffs to the parts of the organism where they should be working,
    • not being sufficiently deposited at those parts of the organism which
    • any part of the protein you introduce through the stomach is still available
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    • dealing particularly with the etheric nature of plants, and with formative
    • was particularly concerned with demonstrating the energetic stirring,
    • and the younger ones, who understood only partially or not at all, but
    • so weak?” I was particularly anxious to get an answer to the
    • as to how one could build a bridge to active participation and the
    • creative participation in the work. From the first, actual practice
    • ego activity of nature. He pointed out particularly how the health of
    • the United States. To-day no part of the world is without active collaborators
    • particularly abundant in mushrooms. A comment by Rudolf Steiner indicates
    • view of nature, based partly on old mystery’tradition and partly on
    • ear, and to show in particular the difference between food plants and
    • content has sunk from 13% to 8% in some parts of the United States.
    • poisons merely “preserve” a part of moribund nature, but
    • only a small part of the whole range of questions opened up by Rudolf
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    • to individuals in answer to questions and with reference to particular
    • on to the pastures and you will see, they keep a certain distance apart.
    • be planted four to five metres apart. Horse-radish might be good as
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    • the feeling of thanks is not only justified on the part of those who
    • with our intentions for these days. For my part, these thanks are
    • In particular, you
    • into account is this. The greatest imaginable part is played in this
    • accustomed to call it, silicon plays the greatest imaginable part,
    • playing their part. From the sphere of the Moon, Venus and Mercury,
    • part, the result will be different if you plant the forest in a
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    • forces that are particularly important for plant-growth.
    • Universe. The parent organism has to play this part: through its
    • affinity to a particular cosmic situation, it tends to bring the seed
    • the interior of the Earth and works upward into the upper parts of
    • the growth of the lower parts.
    • substance from the front to the hinder parts, it is related to these
    • part of the animal we have the direct Sun-radiation, and as a
    • highest influence when it falls on the hinder parts of the animal.
    • Look at the skeleton-formation of the hinder parts; observe its
    • forming of the outgoing parts of the digestive tract, in contrast to
    • There, in the fore and hinder parts of the animal, you have the true
    • with the head stuck into the Earth and the hinder parts upward
    • and the needs of the particular portion of the Earth, the plants of
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    • not play the first and foremost part in the life of plants.
    • for us to learn to know the part which nitrogen does play.
    • of the soul still has its bodily counterpart. Albeit this is delicate
    • plants as parts of a totality. Look on the matter in this way, and we
    • aristocratic gentleman, silica, lives either in the ramparts of his
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    • the greater part of what we daily eat is not there to be received as
    • substantially. By far the greater part is there to give the body the
    • inner mobility, activity. The greater part of what man thus receives
    • — this, for the most part, is received through the sense-organs,
    • be the tree: outside, the more or less solid parts, while inside is
    • an indication, pointing to such measures as we on our part may recommend
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    • seen, should never depart from anything that is in the sphere of living
    • as to assist the working of the manure, which, apart front these homoeopathic
    • thereby impart to the manure a tendency to that living vitality which
    • Take the same part of the yarrow which is medicinally used, namely,
    • the upper part — the umbrella-shaped inflorescence. If you have
    • in the bladder of the stag for a whole year, and exposed — partly
    • above the earth, partly below — to those influences to which it
    • to the particular plants which you are growing. It is like a permeation
    • longer argue such entire confusion on our part as it would have done
    • can impart to the dung — once more, if added to it in a kind of
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    • in a particular way. It is only by taking these varied forces into account
    • is the external sign. Now we must remember that this middle part (it
    • the creatures that evolve in this particular way, it is important for
    • case you do not take part of the insect as you do with the mouse. You
    • Moon imparts precisely the right vitality to the earth, this vitality
    • as a consequence, the seed (the upper part of the plant) becomes a kind
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    • opposite, the counterpart of that richer astrality which the plant —
    • possible for the insects to be. The insects fluttering around the parts
    • for our part, will use the treeing tendency of other plants; there we
    • is an essential part of agriculture, and should indeed be thought of
    • water into its inward parts; it must therefore have the digestive tract,
    • a part in the old instinctive knowledge of these things. The saying
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    • Combustion is a process in mineral or lifeless Nature. Quite apart from
    • of metabolism and the limbs — organised in the posterior parts
    • the claw or hoof, for instance. Throughout these parts, it is cosmic
    • — they must grow strong in this middle part. For in the production
    • is thoroughly worked through by the forces that flow from the fore-parts
    • of its specialised parts. For most plants, we put into the earth that
    • that a considerable part is played, in all that tends towards the fruiting
    • indirectly the other parts of the plant also, notably those that lie
    • the fruiting, flowering parts of the plant, and in this way it is especially
    • products in various parts of the organism, or driving out of the organs
    • does not want to go out of itself; it does not want to depart from the
    • all those partaking in the Course shall remain for the present within
    • necessary: those of our friends who have only been allowed to take part
    • now think of all the energy and work that was needed on the part of
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    • Sacrifice in the Mass, the second part of the Mass. The
    • first part is the Revelation or Gospel, when the Message of
    • came into being. This is followed by the second part, the
    • carry his physical body consciously, as part of
    • inner Mass consists of four parts, the Gospel, the
    • consists in reading a part of one of the Gospels at the
    • thence gradually descended into matter. The second part is
    • divine part in man is something which he only addresses
    • third part in the Sacrifice of
    • (blood). The priest breaks the Host in a particular way
    • into a particular number of pieces, nine pieces.
    • nine parts of man. One to seven are the principles which
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    • Sacrifice in the Mass, the second part of the Mass. The
    • first part is the Revelation or Gospel, when the Message of
    • came into being. This is followed by the second part, the
    • carry his physical body consciously, as part of
    • inner Mass consists of four parts, the Gospel, the
    • consists in reading a part of one of the Gospels at the
    • thence gradually descended into matter. The second part is
    • divine part in man is something which he only addresses
    • third part in the Sacrifice of
    • (blood). The priest breaks the Host in a particular way
    • into a particular number of pieces, nine pieces.
    • nine parts of man. One to seven are the principles which
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    • as “Gods.” The kind of wisdom imparted to man
    • that played a part in men's lives in the North and
    • relationship was replaced by the partaking of two spiritual
    • partake of these spiritual preparations. When they had
    • into the care of a very small community. In other parts of
    • parts, we cannot understand what took place on Golgotha.
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    • as “Gods.” The kind of wisdom imparted to man
    • that played a part in men's lives in the North and
    • relationship was replaced by the partaking of two spiritual
    • partake of these spiritual preparations. When they had
    • into the care of a very small community. In other parts of
    • parts, we cannot understand what took place on Golgotha.
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    • Anthroposophy as Cosmosophy, Part Two.
    • Anthroposophy as Cosmosophy, Part Two.
    • concrete way. To begin with, the human being forms part of
    • form part of him. There are many erroneous conceptions in
    • participates in the world's processes. At this point
    • activities. He participates in the external world, by
    • aspect of his form, as a member, a part of the whole
    • human being particularly unfolds all that corresponds to
    • particularly what comes to expression in his limbs and in
    • part, the thoracic man, and quite old in regard to the
    • from heaven, without any cooperation on our part. Here (in
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    • Anthroposophy as Cosmosophy, Part Two.
    • Anthroposophy as Cosmosophy, Part Two.
    • concrete way. To begin with, the human being forms part of
    • form part of him. There are many erroneous conceptions in
    • participates in the world's processes. At this point
    • activities. He participates in the external world, by
    • aspect of his form, as a member, a part of the whole
    • human being particularly unfolds all that corresponds to
    • particularly what comes to expression in his limbs and in
    • part, the thoracic man, and quite old in regard to the
    • from heaven, without any cooperation on our part. Here (in
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    • possible without hesitation ... to depart from the plan of
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    • the egos of quite large plant groups, and in the highest parts of Devachan
    • worlds we meet with certain beings who, so to speak, extend part of
    • partition we should only see the ten fingers, the man himself would
    • be behind the partition. So it is with the group-egos of the animals.
    • the partition, behind that wall which separates the physical world from
    • or seven year old child. Upon the moon, however, a particular opportunity
    • parts of the devachanic plane certain beings who are very difficult
    • our life and their action is particularly to be traced by clairvoyance
    • taking part in the forces which are there at work. That is nourishment
    • anchored in other parts of the present human organism. We will now see
    • into two parts; not, indeed, symmetrically, but so that one part comprises
    • all the lower parts of the body with the left half of the trunk and head,
    • while the other part is formed from the right side of the trunk and head.
    • spirit or Budhi. But as long as man has not control of these parts of
    • were no human race here on earth they would very soon take their departure;
    • that are highly prized in human society — quite apart from what
    • spirits which particularly work upon man through scents and slip into
    • various things in history, particularly the history of France at the
    • where in fact aromas played an important part in the drama of intrigue,
    • that Prometheus participates in the process which is expressed in the
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    • When, apart from this, we also speak of a planetary Sun-existence, saying
    • account of this particular word. The first dawn-condition of the Earth,
    • on the part of the Zodiac. The forces which caused the first, rarefied
    • begun to work. When Libra had been reached the ego itself began to participate
    • for the ego to participate in the work of the forces belonging to the
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    • enough. It is clear that all sorts of other things played a part. Theosophy
    • part in further development, who were still so young in their whole
    • Apart from Uranus, all that forms our universe was contained in an original
    • for particular beings, and in its further advance Mars actually passed
    • Hence Mars was the cause of the iron particles deposited in living beings,
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    • We will consider in particular those beings who participated in the
    • juices, tissues, solid parts, even the air that you take in as oxygen.
    • and imparted it to the body of the Earth, inasmuch as the human bodies
    • about that man divided into a higher and a lower part. Thus from the
    • of the ego into the physical body is to be thought of particularly as
    • have been before!” If any particularly “enlightened”
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    • in such a way that air-matter arose while a part of the earlier warmth-matter
    • with it.) We have now an Earth which consisted partly of warmth, partly
    • was like a kind of lantern, he shone. One need not find this particularly
    • time which I have described to you as the departure of the sun. All
    • of illumination had gone out with the departing sun and there was again
    • likewise appeared a counterpart. As air is related to light, so is water
    • consisted then of warmth, air, water. The parts of the earth which had
    • become fluid were in particular permeated by sphere-harmonies, by tones
    • moon after the departure of the sun. But as long as the moon remained
    • being as he appears to us today. The departure of the moon was practically
    • solidness came about. It was actually only shortly before the departure
    • important which I ask you particularly to note. It is true that at the
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    • the “reversal” is again only partial: the blood-system is
    • have taken part in man's progressive development and who, as Venus
    • of departure for the creation of the present moon, a central situation
    • suited to the particular people out of which they have been born. They
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    • developing the spirit-self in the astral body. In a part of Christian
    • whose task it is to eradicate particularly wide-spread vices of a city
    • lifts himself to intercourse with the Original Forces, he does not impart
    • Angels, Archangels, Original Forces, and Powers participate in it.
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    • understand what is meant if we realize that taking part in the life
    • Theosophy. These perceptions and feelings are particularly connected
    • beings, to higher spiritual beings who formerly played that part in
    • the course of time we have reviewed a whole series of beings who participate
    • being we therefore find him consisting of three parts, a bodily, a soul,
    • and a spiritual part, which broadly speaking make up the threefold being
    • they are largely concealed they nevertheless play a part in evolution.
    • ego: if there were a partition here and I stretched my fingers through
    • is that they do not fly apart into a certain number but that in their
    • and so forth. Apart from the fact that their body is invisible, they
    • body consists of two parts: one part upon which he has as yet done nothing,
    • which is therefore as it was macrocosmically, and one part upon which
    • he has worked. These two parts are in a certain way developed in everyone.
    • In the higher nerve system, particularly in the brain which is built
    • part of the brain is the manifestation of the astral body worked upon
    • certain way are human, since they have partially developed the fourth
    • a part of their lower nature. There are such men. No human being, today,
    • but he can leave part of his nature behind. These are then especially
    • harmful elements within our evolution — these partially detached
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    • severed parts of group souls. We need only remember what was said at the
    • back into the group soul; and these parts which re-main over, which
    • are much farther apart in organization and they come together again
    • the particular creatures to the particular places. In a certain way
    • has particularly developed this lays very special value on continually
    • was particularly the case for the people of the Old Testament, and the
    • with moss, thus forming a kind of partition between plant and stone,
    • for finding nourishment, and they find it in particular where not quite
    • nature. That can be particularly observed in the united life of the
    • as astral-etheric. Only the part which projects into the physical world
    • A great part of the bird world is severed portions of such evolving
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    • were particularly occupied with the presence of all sorts of spiritual
    • have in part their origin from detached parts of animal group souls.
    • dwell in the lower parts of the devachanic world; and, finally, the
    • stones, the minerals, have their group egos in the higher parts of Devachan.
    • parts of the sleeping human being.
    • This physical body which man bears today is actually his oldest part,
    • the part that has gone through most metamorphoses. It has undergone
    • rudiments were there while no other part of the physical body as yet
    • clear about this and realize particularly how the sense-organs, glands,
    • part of the physical body of which, so to say, it is the cause —
    • for in-stance, or out of all sorts of social or party considerations,
    • from that. Think only how the modern man for the most part wants to
    • what it had been earlier. Today the physical part of the head and the
    • etheric part practically coincide. That was quite different in ancient
    • Atlantis; there we have the etheric part of the head projecting far
    • central point for the etheric and physical parts approximately between
    • the eyebrows. These two parts came together in the last third of the
    • science must never remain a conversational subject for tea-parties or
    • any other pursuit apart from ordinary life; it must work its way into
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    • spirit-self or Manas. If we place this more particularized membering
    • nature — detaches itself when man goes to sleep, but a part of
    • and that part of the astral body which is united with the etheric body,
    • And he remains in imagery when in Part II, where Faust is again lifted
    • or in particular, of the intellectual or mind soul. All that men know
    • it has experienced in the worlds of spirit. That is part of the development
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    • corresponding counterpart in the spiritual worlds. This
    • incarnation is particularly important which falls into
    • with it the Intelligence, begins to become part of
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    • exposition of this particular subject-matter is not
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    • its part, between death and a new birth, in moulding what
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    • Archangels and Archai. In the next part of the life between
    • were in a meeting of departed spirits, surrounded by human
    • beings, and the latter had no part in them at all. Almost
    • anything? Who is playing an active part? My dear friends,
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    • fixed stars take part in human life and in all that
    • particular year. And, let us say, he lived till the end of
    • happens here on earth has its corresponding counterpart in
    • less strong, it is in all cases part of a man's destiny
    • powerful — it is a part of his destiny that he has
    • begin somewhere or other, at some particular earthly life.
    • really to play a helpful part in his destiny. For they were
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    • departure as it were from the continued evolution of the
    • particularly able minds, are the very ones who have had
    • they felt themselves impelled by a deep longing to partake
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    • the light-filled spaces of the cosmos in which I partook
    • themselves actively took part, — all of which
    • world on to the earth. Just as we here partake with
    • spiritual world one partakes in the experiences of earthly
    • different way of partaking in the Mass. Now the human
    • the old Christian custom of not allowing a man to take part
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    • in the first Christian centuries, partaking in that former
    • which, apart from this, is sailing on into destruction and
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    • great part of the 19th century.
    • of humanity (according to the particular disposition of the
    • took part in these earthly deeds, done in the service of
    • departed from the Sun to unite Himself with earthly
    • and his hosts witnessed not only the departure of Christ
    • becomes a part of humanity.
    • super-sensible School all the souls took part who had ever
    • partook in the teachings which I have outlined so very
    • souls were taking part in an awe-inspiring event that could
    • many souls within the realm of Michael took part in it, at
    • epochs of time, one witnesses an awe-inspiring departure
    • all! The great teachers of Chartres took part. They, as you
    • need today is to look with active participation and to
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    • departure from their realm — the realm of the Sun.
    • well have drawn a mirror not with nine parts only, but with
    • Divine,” played an immense part at the end of the
    • whole human being, with the single exception of the part of
    • And for a third party again it is the same logic. If anyone
    • entirely depart from the Divine and Spiritual. Thus Raymond
    • to depart from the world and come together in this which is
    • which this ‘departure from the world’ is to be
    • departure — a going away from the world and into
    • 15th, 16th and 17th centuries, and who took part at the
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    • super-sensible Beings enter and play a part.
    • has been taking part in the battle even in the outer world,
    • among all the spirits who partake in these things, great
    • part. The Luciferic figures are necessary, necessary in the
    • prevented from partaking in what was karmically set before
    • there is a counterpart to what I have just described, when
    • force. There is a counterpart to it.
    • worlds of the Angeloi. It leads to a parting of the
    • of a more Pagan predestination it is particularly necessary
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    • and significant part in the whole inner configuration of
    • Anthroposophy, have as it were one counterpart, which the
    • world. And it will be part of the karma of anthroposophists
    • far greater part in our time than is generally thought. The
    • which is also playing its part in our present age. In next
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    • today, in our last lecture before my departure which will
    • other parts of Europe such things were prevailing as the
    • the departure of Christ from the Sun and His passage to the
    • described in other connections, showing the part it played
    • partakes in the very first place in the unfolding of human
    • Beings of the Hierarchy of Archangeloi partake in its
    • themselves partake in the karmic evolution. Consider the
    • for Michael. These souls, who as I told you partook in
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    • through the world. It was no particularly educated
    • impulse impartially. Whoever understands Darwinism and
    • Christianity appeared as a kind of counterpart in
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    • participation in spiritual life. This pre-Christian
    • participation in the spiritual life.
    • initiated in the fifth degree participated in the life of
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    • – when he traveled, partly because of his trade,
    • partly for other reasons. On those travels he got to know
    • experiences, these inner impressions, must be particularly
    • deeply on the soul, but become a part of the soul's
    • life. One feels himself united to the part of his soul in
    • voice of God was part of a larger theophany, while for
    • was in the king\'s mouth, there fell a voice from heaven, saying, O king Nebuchadnezzar, to thee it is spoken; The kingdom is departDaniel 4:28)
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    • human body, departed into solitude to do battle with
    • the other parts of the Fifth Gospel will be revealed. I
    • wish to participate in announcing the spirit, the new life
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    • particular involve a dimension of our humanity that is underappreciated
    • the early part of the third millennium. For a complete discussion of
    • context, readers must discern for themselves which particular time-cycle
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    • — they were partial revelations
    • people who had no knowledge of the mystery religions. An essential part
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    • people who had no knowledge of the mystery religions. An essential part
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    • for example, the Parthians. If one had written correctly with Hebrew
    • only part of his being; he unites them all. In Rosicrucian schools a
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    • parts.
    • second part of Faust. It is the eternal in the human being,
    • initiation. This part of the body will one day be made invulnerable
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    • different from a day of remembrance for others, for those departed human
    • world saying: It doesn't matter if people tear me apart, I must present
    • of a large part of humanity and, from that position, are exerting their
    • create what causes the downfall of the fifth root race. A small part
    • of humankind will live toward the sixth main race; a larger part will
    • larger part of humanity. As the Lemurian race found its end through
    • everyone else. A small part of humankind will escape this, just as a
    • small part escaped during the destruction of the Atlantean race. It
    • to seven separate geographical regions where particular emphasis is
    • placed on one of the seven parts of the human being. The first letter
    • parts of the human being. The three sounds: I, the sound of the sun;
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    • territory is one where human beings, particularly today, work to perfect
    • What we refer to as the various peoples or folk groups cultivate particular
    • parts of the human constitution: one folk especially develops the physical
    • Pergamonians, goes to the region where the astral body is particularly
    • body, spiritualizing it. That part of the astral body transformed by the I
    • higher part of the human soul descended into the three human members.
    • divided into two parts, comprising the veinal and arterial, the blue
    • part II of
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    • wisdom, Ahriman was given a name made up of two parts: Mephiz-Tophel,
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    • had entirely split apart at that time. All believers who stood on medieval
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    • special power. He can reproduce a particular etheric body, and these
    • so that a particular spiritual stream could arise in our time, a spiritual
    • concerning evolution is imparted; it should not be believed but rather
    • a particular people or place. Those who hear the call of spiritual wisdom
    • will come together from all parts of humanity.
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    • little bit beyond the upper part of the physical body. The etheric body
    • of animals developed a particular instinct, and is “congealed”
    • body moved into the corresponding part of the physical body only in
    • We can easily say how the various parts of the mammal groups were created.
    • second part of Faust, a very important book from the occult
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    • beings able to live in the astral world will raise up the finer part
    • 12:4 And his tail drew the third part of the stars of heaven, and did cast them to the earth: and the dragon stood before the woman which was ready to be delivered, for to devour her child as soon as it was born. \
    • the useful part of earthly humanity, uniting it with the sun again.
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    • participate in this evolution and that they will again be able to return
    • are too stuck in their materialization will not be able to participate
    • 12:4 And his tail drew the third part of the stars of heaven, and did cast them to the earth: and the dragon stood before the woman which was ready to be delivered, for to devour her child as soon as it was born. \
    • 18:4 And I heard another voice from heaven, saying, Come out of her, my people, that ye be not partakers of her sins, and that ye receive not of her plagues. \
    • 18:14 And the fruits that thy soul lusted after are departed from thee, and all things which were dainty and goodly are departed from thee, and thou shalt find them no more at all. \
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    • Today we would still like to point out some particularly important things.
    • exists to make human beings fit particularly to develop the human I.
    • hydrocephalic today, as part of an atavistic inheritance. The physical
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    • life. Today, because I want to call your attention to a particular kind of
    • Mystery of Golgotha on the part of modern humanity. First of all, a small
    • forth the souls of the Templars, so that these souls, apart from the body,
    • particularly cruel deed, by means of a terrible act of
    • ready to partake in it, ready to sink ourselves in it, ready to pour it out
    • body — partakes not only in the life of earth, but in the life of the
    • can do as a part consists solely in this, he can make ready the place by
    • trunk and all the parts that the anatomist and physiologist discover —
    • in a particular manner through the constellation of the stars at the time.
    • electricity at that particular time. Man always goes back again in later
    • part unconsciously, nevertheless under inspiration — notable and great
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    • life. Today, because I want to call your attention to a particular kind of
    • Mystery of Golgotha on the part of modern humanity. First of all, a small
    • forth the souls of the Templars, so that these souls, apart from the body,
    • particularly cruel deed, by means of a terrible act of
    • ready to partake in it, ready to sink ourselves in it, ready to pour it out
    • body — partakes not only in the life of earth, but in the life of the
    • can do as a part consists solely in this, he can make ready the place by
    • trunk and all the parts that the anatomist and physiologist discover —
    • in a particular manner through the constellation of the stars at the time.
    • electricity at that particular time. Man always goes back again in later
    • part unconsciously, nevertheless under inspiration — notable and great
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    • whole, and that no single part of any one lecture,
    • One part of man,
    • which through necessity become a part of this man as soul-actions. If
    • man's visible body is only one part of the whole human being,
    • distinct, namely around the lower parts of the spine. We may call
    • which does not in any other part of the body appear so beautiful as
    • portion of the brain, and the green of the lower parts of the spine,
    • Following this, we shall endeavour to observe also that other part of
    • second part of the human duality, to the end that we may then be able
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    • exterior form of this part of man, we may gain a preliminary view of
    • cast a fleeting glance over that part of the human duality which may
    • moment, we keep the most important systems of organs apart one from
    • convey the blood to all parts of our organism; that the blood goes
    • through a certain process in the separate parts of the human
    • consists in the first place of four parts or chambers, so separated
    • the digestive canal, and takes part in digesting the food in such a
    • substances for its up-building, these three organs take part in the
    • external aspect, as to just how these organs take part in the joint
    • part of the organism, is a working over of those impressions which
    • parts is to be found in its essence in the external impressions or
    • upper part of the human organism opens outward by means of the
    • upper part of the human organism and that which works out of the
    • Whereas, accordingly, the upper part of the organism opens outward in
    • gallbladder and spleen, in the same way as the upper part of the
    • itself on the part of the blood to these three organs we cannot think
    • takes part in its digestion. On such grounds, the occultists of all
    • the same way that the nerve-system is a part of our organism and
    • make themselves a part of the whole human being. And even an external
    • physical body to that part of their being which they present to us.
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    • in particular to the fact that such an outside world, condensed into
    • their own particular natures through whatever effect these may have
    • parts of the organism and branches out, spreading into reticular
    • forms, especially in the abdominal cavity, where one part of it goes
    • — by which is meant in particular that sort of concentration
    • physiological counterpart: that the blood is here pressed in more
    • becomes particularly clear, which may serve us chiefly as an example
    • adults also are not very particular in observing a regular rhythm in
    • inflated for hours at a time after the partaking of a heavy meal; and
    • all the organs send their most secret activities to all parts of the
    • must be set apart, so to speak, within himself, isolated from what
    • conceptions everywhere and always, over all parts of the earth,
    • plays too large a part at the present time: “What splendid
    • together. If we practise such a method of study as this, quite apart
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    • which are integral parts of the organism still continue their work.
    • extensive that it is never possible to present more than a part of
    • it. When people approach such parts they may feel discrepancies such
    • departure because it is in itself fundamentally the most easily
    • matter in its relation to the human being. For every particle of
    • canal. He soon feels, in such a case, that the particular law
    • organs we have mentioned also participate; so that in the spleen, the
    • to repel what constitutes the particular inner nature of this food.
    • to the particular nature of the human organism. We may say,
    • direction, only in such a way that it contains that part of this
    • particular substance in the external world that may be taken in as it
    • the most important part. Now, I have already pointed out, and we
    • These currents go out for the most part from the lower part of the
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    • force-systems that attract to themselves particles of food taken in,
    • can say that it is a very spiritual organ, that is, the physical part
    • of this organ is its least significant part. In occult literature
    • particularly spiritual organ and is described as such.
    • apart into a finer, filtered portion and a coarser portion, which is
    • can develop only in the physical world, as conditioned by his particular
    • out, which assemble the parts of the machine and give form to the whole.
    • in which we take no more part than in the forming of our skin-surface.
    • to do with a process of change, and this concerns especially those particular
    • the function of the sympathetic nervous system, which becomes a part
    • circulation of the blood, strives to unite with its counterpart, with
    • a particularly strong influence on man, originating in the
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    • parts of the physical body; whereas in its other aspect it is a
    • living activity, a becoming aware of itself, as it were, on the part
    • as in the other parts of the organism. The nutritive substances are
    • particular kind of activity by the quality of man's being, that
    • other part of our organism, if what is necessary to it were not in
    • ego-experiences from one part of the body to another, as happens in
    • parts of the organism; but also that all possible provision be made
    • and certain parts can be hardened into bony matter, in order that the
    • It is a fallacy on the part of external science to believe that the
    • designed from the beginning in accordance with the particular human
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    • and structural parts of the human being participate in the greatest
    • influences that play a part in our environment in the great world. We
    • the producing of warmth. They are in part of such a nature that we
    • the thinking process for example that one part of our organisation,
    • is after all only one part of man's being; and that,
    • unconscious part of us, our bony system, that it is organised
    • Man is thus divided, as it were, into two parts: from one direction
    • activity of the ego; on the contrary, that part which is organised as
    • partly aware of these things even though in an entirely different
    • into an instrument of our ego, and its separate parts to occupy the
    • our bony system that a part of its nature consists of deposited
    • pole of our bony system participates and thereby meets that which
    • other part of our organisation which is shut off by the corresponding
    • thus protected inwardly on one side by a part of his organism in
    • in part to our conscious life and in part to the unconscious. It is
    • organism is a single whole and all these parts
    • part of their own nature and essential character, their own vital
    • are necessary to enable our ego to take part in the physical world.
    • difficult to distinguish individually, to which particular course of
    • own particular life.
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    • endeavour has been made to present (though in part likewise only
    • human organisation, apart from this impressing of nutritive
    • nutritive substances have been driven to particular areas of action
    • nutritive substance whatever, even the tiniest particle, is taken in;
    • present as an integral part of the human organism, something which
    • metamorphosis, for their being made a component part of the inner
    • substances from all parts of the tissue and the organs are
    • metamorphoses them still further, and makes them so much a part of
    • require particularly in our blood, and which therefore belongs to the
    • also to the upper parts of the organism. This is true because of the
    • iron-system in the larynx which contains the upper part of the
    • the upper part of our head containing the brain-formation
    • part of the head, in the upper course of the blood, and tin, or
    • smoke-like globules — the particular quality of the respective
    • with what salts are, what the particular quality of a vaporising
    • plant into us in such a way that it simply gives off some particular
    • The plant-element is fitted to the central, more inward part of the
    • from everything which is at present still involved in partisan
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    • depart from the accepted custom of circulating these publications only among
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    • visible one has not reached the stage to which the first part of the
    • peculiar characteristic. It divides into two parts. If we look back
    • into a part which is Sun and a part which retains the Moon nature. It
    • elements of water, air or gas and fire, a globe which splits apart
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    • but it is a point on which I am particularly anxious to avoid any
    • the moment of the welling-forth of the sense-perceptible part of our
    • outwards, to separate. What then does the second part of the phrase
    • Thus we distinguish in the external human form certain parts as the
    • expression of the physical, and certain other parts as the expression
    • element in which their spiritual part is at work. Just as in the case
    • of man we say that the more bodily part functions in the trunk and
    • the limbs, and the more spiritual part in the head, so if we look
    • that their more specifically bodily part lived in the air and the
    • water, and their spiritual part moved in the warmth
    • spiritual part of the Elohim to the elements: Ruach Elohim
    • earth from the sun. Therefore the earthly part was not illumined by
    • part of the Sun, not receiving light, but itself forming part of the
    • In the Sun evolution the earth itself participated in the radiation
    • the earth part — as distinct from the tohu wabohu
    • that in the brooding warmth lives the lower spiritual part of the
    • Elohim, somewhat as our own desire lives in the lower part of our
    • the haschamayim, the part which has withdrawn, as the
    • light which organised the surging of the elementary part, the
    • our own spiritual part. The lower is always organised by the higher.
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    • yet no separation of the part which later became the earth. What
    • partition” was really more like a notional one, and the
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    • upward of part of it, and the concentration downward of the other
    • part. The word rakia, which is used to indicate what the
    • First we should like to know what part was played in the Genesis
    • They spoke of spiritual powers who played a part in our existence,
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    • darkness, play their part. Indeed we may say that darkness is
    • particular stage of development, it means something; it has
    • part to play in our existence; without them we should be exposed to
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    • have already partly succeeded. We have borne in mind throughout that
    • Beings on Saturn who participated in the first stages of the work on
    • part in cloud formation are different from those who are at work in
    • to the participation of the hierarchies in our elementary existence
    • division has to be so made that part of a sentence has to be blue and
    • the other part red, because the first clause is said to derive from
    • speaks in the second part of Faust with the doggerel in the first
    • part, the style is quite different. It is not possible that the same
    • in its first and second parts could emanate
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    • Beings who took part in the development of our universe was the
    • fit the part which goes out as the sun. It would be better therefore
    • bodies in its environment — take part in the life of the earth.
    • corroborated by the words of the ancient seer who took part in the
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    • soul-spiritual part of man to the solid earth man. On the preceding
    • complexes, what part of man is in course of preparation? It is what
    • lower, there is, as part of the upper sphere, weaving in the upper
    • — as though he were in their bodies as part of them. Hence it
    • to think away all the solid part of you, all the fluid, all the
    • gaseous element, and to imagine only that part of the man you are
    • blood-heat apart from anything else, and then you have what came into
    • itself into the fluid and solid part of man, it lives in all that is
    • magnetism are forces which in a coarser way play their part today in
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    • latter part of Lemuria and during Atlantis was gradually endowed with
    • we have to place the departure of human souls to the neighbouring
    • being at that time belonged to the part of man which today withdraws
    • to play their part in every phase of earth development that some
    • of the sun, we have to say that for the most part what is of a
    • circumference of the earth. The sun had already departed, but if at
    • periphery. But not all of them went. A part of the Elohim remained
    • within it. And that part of the spiritual forces of the Elohim which
    • Jahve-Elohim. Part of the Elohim forces remained united with the moon
    • dust, to crumble into particles of dust. It has only been saved from
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    • the first part of the sixth “day,” for if he had
    • understand that the Elohim give up, so to speak, only a part of their
    • this older part of their Being they continue their own further
    • evolution. So far as this part of them is concerned, their work is no
    • longer devoted to the creation of man. That part of the Elohim which
    • has become Jahve-Elohim continues to work on man. The other part does
    • himself in his spiritual part was originally within them. And if we
    • easy for me to give this particular course; nor will any of my
    • particularly fruitful; for it enables us to experience how we
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    • must be made with a particular exercise in thinking.
    • What particular result can the human soul gain through mathematics?
    • shall be particularly successful in concentrating upon concepts which
    • to the objective part of my descriptions. In the early nineties of
    • gain knowledge of that part of our being which existed before our
    • part of him which desires to become acquainted with these worlds
    • Medicine, and therapy in particular, can be essentially fructified by
    • itself has a definite form. The shell forms part of the nut. When a
    • part of the reality which lives soul-spiritually in the world. One
    • question, and not only that part which is accessible to a
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    • must be made with a particular exercise in thinking.
    • What particular result can the human soul gain through mathematics?
    • shall be particularly successful in concentrating upon concepts which
    • to the objective part of my descriptions. In the early nineties of
    • gain knowledge of that part of our being which existed before our
    • part of him which desires to become acquainted with these worlds
    • Medicine, and therapy in particular, can be essentially fructified by
    • itself has a definite form. The shell forms part of the nut. When a
    • part of the reality which lives soul-spiritually in the world. One
    • question, and not only that part which is accessible to a
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    • him, particularly at dusk, causing him to see things unclearly and,
    • which this appropriate moral mood can be established. Of particular
    • a particular sympathy for this or that experience. Inner tranquility,
    • impartiality, a loving penetration of things and worlds, an attentive
    • spiritual world can be observed particularly in the people who deny
    • sheath that is cast off, the wooden part of the tree, or the shell of
    • notice, however, that all this actually has no particular meaning and
    • he finds that a large part of mysticism consists of the phenomena
    • one's own dear ego, especially into the parts of the ego into
    • parts of the spiritual world, not spiritual facts and beings. In the
    • be handled in this way, of that which stands apart from the
    • however, is by far the greatest part of the spiritual world, and the
    • isolated parts, after picking out what suits us — we receive a
    • spiritual investigator to cultivate one particular mood of soul,
    • circle would have to be to equal a particular square. This means that
    • particular kind of proof; one can prove it in this way as little as
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    • him, particularly at dusk, causing him to see things unclearly and,
    • which this appropriate moral mood can be established. Of particular
    • a particular sympathy for this or that experience. Inner tranquility,
    • impartiality, a loving penetration of things and worlds, an attentive
    • spiritual world can be observed particularly in the people who deny
    • sheath that is cast off, the wooden part of the tree, or the shell of
    • notice, however, that all this actually has no particular meaning and
    • he finds that a large part of mysticism consists of the phenomena
    • one's own dear ego, especially into the parts of the ego into
    • parts of the spiritual world, not spiritual facts and beings. In the
    • be handled in this way, of that which stands apart from the
    • however, is by far the greatest part of the spiritual world, and the
    • isolated parts, after picking out what suits us — we receive a
    • spiritual investigator to cultivate one particular mood of soul,
    • circle would have to be to equal a particular square. This means that
    • particular kind of proof; one can prove it in this way as little as
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    • became too persistent — to depart from the custom of circulating
    • ‘anthroposophical history’ in what has been imparted from the
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    • festival; they should be regarded as deeply integral part of the
    • powerful in its particular workings. It did not confine itself to a
    • its inspiration was so strong that some of those particular workings
    • intensity which imbued those who took part in the ancient Mysteries
    • particular expression of spiritual life we prefer; we can only arrive
    • later form. The ancient Greek partly felt that in his own time the
    • place and partly foresaw that this would happen more and more in the
    • make perpetual sacrifice and should single out, set apart from this
    • is only partly a matter of feeling. From another aspect it is a
    • It is a fraternal offering which those who participate in it carry
    • it to be a particular mark of good fortune that the stage effects
    • part, so that each one can feel that every action he makes and every
    • is not seen on the stage must play its part as well as what is seen,
    • meaning of the three figures Philia, Astrid and Luna can only partly
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    • nature of this act, and only one — a goddess — partook of
    • that point she so to say gave up imparting the moral law directly,
    • really changed in human nature? It is that part of man in which his
    • most important part in this process of transformation, in this
    • particular have become quite different. In olden times what we call
    • represented one part of Hecate with #8224 and serpent; and the
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    • important truths of Spiritual Science from one particular aspect. It is
    • be quite clear that there are things which form part of a system of
    • is part of the mission of our own Spiritual Science to resolve this
    • macrocosmic counterpart of our astral body, and we can also say that
    • counterpart of our astral body. In us we have the astral body, it
    • thought of as Zeus, and which is the cosmic counterpart of our astral
    • to speak of the physical body, the densest part of the human being.
    • macrocosmic counterpart of the impulses of will which forced the life
    • intensity, many things to which particular individuals in modern
    • component parts of the mixture. In the same way we can ask what is
    • component parts of the pentagram. You get another part of the
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    • forces outside in space which are their counterpart, just as the
    • embodiment. At that time these Angel Beings, who today take part in
    • humanity; at the end of Earth evolution that part of humanity which
    • these Beings are particularly fitted to be responsible for this
    • during the Moon evolution have the task of imparting weight to
    • played the outstanding part in the guidance of humanity; there
    • best prepared to play a leading part in our fifth epoch, had received
    • this host of Beings entered into Earth evolution, and participated in
    • hosts are the hosts of Lucifer. Lucifer himself takes part in Earth
    • a part of the human soul through the obliteration of the longing for
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    • to the part played by the higher hierarchies in the spiritual
    • their participation in earthly life, we can have no doubt that they
    • imagine that the macrocosmic counterpart of the forces at work in our
    • astral bodies, their counterpart outspread in space ... was once
    • macrocosmic forces which work outside as the counterpart of the
    • larger, it broadens out, it is in fact the macrocosmic counterpart of
    • severs his essential soul-nature from his bodily part, as soon as
    • particularly in this monologue it would be a great mistake not to
    • stuff of his own soul. It is very strange to feel oneself to be part
    • such progess as to fit them to play their part in the fourth
    • had participated. But because they were retarded Beings they could
    • of the Earth, in which the upper gods had played no part. ‘I
    • evolution, so that he plays a part in the creation of Dionysos, who
    • Persephone. Zeus's part in the creation of Dionysos lies in his
    • part in the mutilation of Dionysos ... whereas he is the offspring
    • the macrocosmic counterpart of something which takes place
    • There is a higher element connected with the heart, particularly with
    • work of Hera. That is the microcosmic counterpart of the forces
    • dismembered Dionysos would have had its microcosmic counterpart in
    • macrocosmic counterpart of our present ego-consciousness, with its
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    • basis of all beings. Particularly when we study the entire man, the
    • would not have been able to participate in the Dionysos forces. That
    • mother, Semele, has to play her part. The figure of Semele furnishes
    • Dionysos had to participate in the great Illusion, in maya.
    • participated in the blessings bestowed by the Earth, had not
    • participated in the coming into existence of the ego, had not taken
    • Dionysos, and particularly in the figures of those who constituted
    • component parts. Imagine for a moment that by some kind of magic the
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    • brain is part of the physical body, and what constitutes the content
    • cognition, we have to say: ‘No part of what thinking is,
    • part in the constructing of the brain, the
    • birth, but the genius of language, in which Dionysos plays a part,
    • gate of death, then in the first part of the time between death and a
    • which make us old we carry over with us. In the first part of the
    • In the second part of Goethe's Faust
    • a higher Being than man, who participated in the creation of the
    • with that part of his soul which brings common sense to bear on the
    • quite a different part of his soul. It does not follow that his
    • the physical plane. But they do not impart their most important
    • Dionysos of old, they impart them on the spiritual plane. And anyone
    • represented by tradition, and we have in particular to think of those
    • the Greeks tells us, particularly in the epic tradition of its sagas
    • 2. Part II Act
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    • influences play their part in man, in his whole nature and being. And
    • can best be illustrated in a particular organic system of the human
    • physical body. Let us consider what a part of the human being
    • We have been describing a particular organic system which from the
    • elements—not in its coarser, but in its finer parts — it
    • etheric during the early part of Lemuria to form the human blood
    • part of the human brain called the pineal gland. They continuously
    • parts of heart and blood circulation. And we have become permeated
    • denser parts of the Earth, with water and with the solid elements. We
    • realms, one of which plays a direct part in all that takes place
    • take part directly in the Saturn, Sun and Moon evolutions, to those
    • laid hold of by a substantial reality ... that a particularly
    • still not mature enough to recognise this Being who had become part
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    • part of the Earth, it is its skeleton. There are yet other forces,
    • particularly during the Lemurian epoch but continuing also
    • bull forces, so that they all become part of the original Phantom,
    • that an influence from cosmic space came down into those parts of the
    • They had to behold the unconscious part of the human being in such a
    • parts. That is a most significant event. These forces from cosmic
    • purest way not only into the unconscious part of the human being, but
    • departure there entered into this body the purest part of that stream
    • hitherto only into that part of man which is today unconscious. Hence
    • element. That this cosmic stream should flow into the conscious part
    • sun the dwelling place — or part of it at any rate, for this
    • essential part of the dwelling-place of the upper gods, whom we
    • instrument is an organ in which part of the current which comes from
    • because this astral part is so to speak tied together or sewn
    • ancient garments, priestly robes in particular, if we want to know
    • consciousness of mine only grasps a very small part indeed of human
    • far as his brain, where the astral part is arrested and the etheric
    • part protrudes beyond as a kind of corona, we see that the ego-part
    • and there unites with a part of the outer aura, unites with the
    • corresponding part of the macrocosmic aura. Two elements in fact are
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    • arrogance of modern academic learning for the most part supposes,
    • knowledge the human being acquires only a part of knowledge, a part
    • swallowed up with the best part of his being, with what constitutes
    • etheric and astral bodies in all their parts have been assembled by
    • of the uneasiness he expresses. It is part of his soul's ordeal
    • various hierarchies. But even today the half unconscious part of us
    • part of the brain which brings about both the aesthetic consciousness
    • of speech, and that another part must be in order for him to speak,
    • his hands (i.e. what he does half unconsciously) plays a part in the
    • particular use of the right hand. Thus it is the etheric and astral
    • forces. When this part of the brain is injured, there is no capacity
    • vibrations, to particles of ether in motion, even to ponderable
    • ether and so on. This method has now for the most part been
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    • of Light against Darkness, in which man had a part to play, Man's powers
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    • of the etheric world is the interrelationship of all its parts, and
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    • ancient Hebrew people. To this end, the particular bodily
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    • scepticism and rationalisation. In the latter part of the nineteenth
    • Particularly is this so
    • of which they form an integral part.
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    • depart from the accepted custom of circulating these publications
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    • imparted by a spiritual science able to penetrate into the very highest
    • than the particular manifestation of His nature that is expressed in
    • yet formed part of our studies, a general indication of it is all that
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    • and it is therefore natural to assume that this particular Gospel brings
    • Hebrew people. It attempts to set out the part played by the ancient
    • more intimate preparation of one particular human body must necessarily
    • deriving from the particular faculties possessed by the individual man
    • were on the foundation of shadowy clairvoyance, the particular formation
    • of the various parts of the brain was not of such essential importance.
    • uttermost devotion to Jahve on the part of Abraham; for it is possible to
    • develop a particular organism to further stages only if it is used in
    • be made particularly skilful, this can only be achieved by developing them
    • their particular gift should not be mingled with that of any other people,
    • of establishing in them the particular qualities of their blood. Abraham's
    • of the particular blood-ties gradually became more general in widely
    • Now at a particular point
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    • part played by the ancient Hebrew people in the general evolution of
    • of ancient India. The teaching imparted by the Holy Rishis was a primeval
    • teacher gives a severe thrashing to a particular pupil because he cannot
    • and constitution of the human in that particular epoch was also revealed
    • to be imparted to them from without. Hence they had to go to
    • able to impart this to his people because he was an Egyptian initiate.
    • simply impart to the Israelites what came from the Egyptian initiation.
    • that he imparted to the Israelites? He imparted something that could well
    • what would otherwise seem to be mere abuse on the part of the Baptist
    • has here been said is meaning imparted to these words of the Baptist.
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    • In our willing we are in profound sleep. In the sleeping part of us
    • part of our souls with them. On falling asleep we may address the
    • subconscious part retains what goes through. Animals are all sieve,
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    • to-day what has particularly struck me during my recent journey
    • but on the other hand, it is clearly evident, particularly when
    • part-sciences of the present day will remain but half or even quarter
    • particularly if our work is directed, as I hope it will be, in such a
    • exercised by four-fifths of the world, to form an impartial opinion;
    • those four-fifths of the world still play an important part. This has
    • of what is growing. Growth plays a like part in the development
    • She was invited to an evening party. As soon as supper was over, her
    • party, not on the pavement, but in the middle of the road. Presently
    • guests, who ran after her, and the house where the party had been
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    • We have observed that the head, the chief part, is in a sense an
    • has a part in the magnetic needle, so too the whole cosmos has a
    • take part in it — the whole cosmos in its spherical form
    • important point is the particular kind of knowledge, and of what
    • part slowly in the development of knowledge, only in exceptional
    • that everything now presented to children in particular, is
    • cannot be a nationalist with the head, or belong to any one part of
    • vertebrae; but to see that all pertaining to the head is also part of
    • nearest spiritual part of our being, grows younger. The older we grow
    • persons; their nervous condition was partly written on their faces
    • and partly on their fidgeting hands and feet. I then made the
    • Johannes Müller in any particular connection. In our time there
    • further into the matter than to allude to the last part of Johannes
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    • In our willing we are in profound sleep. In the sleeping part of us
    • part of our souls with them. On falling asleep we may address the
    • that in a certain part of our being it also continues from waking to
    • waking hours. With one part of our being we are always asleep. We
    • might ask ourselves: With what part of our being do we really keep
    • part of our dream-life is lost to us), we should be as well
    • preparation, we can quite impartially illumine such things by
    • intercourse with discarnate souls is exactly reversed. If we impart
    • receiving the answer from the dead; they lie far apart! We can only
    • falling asleep. These connections are particularly available in
    • the child itself takes part with his entity in our sorrow; it feels a
    • found in particular religious persuasions, but also among the ranks
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    • unconscious self, in the really spiritual part of man, there is, of
    • intimate spheres of life and parting again without knowing one
    • take part in councils of town and state, because while young he is
    • its part in present events can be derived from reading the course of
    • East and West already plays a part, it ultimately depends on
    • Full particulars are given on this subject.
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    • subconscious part retains what goes through. Animals are all sieve,
    • small part of the real world, (viz. the world of that activity in
    • But we are not to believe that they do not also form part of reality.
    • party and took part in it; the party was given because the hostess
    • begun at the party.
    • particular case of something which exists universally. Everyone hears
    • cases however, it is only something particular coming out of that
    • arises, which is due to the other part of man beginning to think
    • as much ‘organs of thought’ as the etheric part of the
    • becomes his own earth. Because in a particular way he has
    • hands on their part can grasp destiny, just as the organisation of
    • from wood-cutting, we see at those parts which we know belong to
    • noses — must take part in everything. People do not think much
    • in a peculiar position. These critics also have their own particular
    • kept apart. And yet, they are only partly separated, for in one sense
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    • strongly, have committed some particular crime, they have a peculiar
    • This also takes part in forming our
    • others, signifies the same to the community as when any particular
    • apart from that of the community. That, of course, people do
    • unconscious activity which plays its part; he wishes somehow to
    • part of the comprehension of thought. It is related to another
    • take part in these expressions quivers in the hands and arms —
    • subconsciously happens to us comes partially to expression in
    • and arms to take their part in external expression,’ a
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    • must be a certain disposition of soul on the part of the living
    • into an unconscious part and a conscious part. Everyone knows the
    • conscious part; it consists in man's following what meets him in life
    • subconscious part consists in developing, below the threshold of
    • as the knowledge always in the hidden subconscious part of the soul
    • community of which it forms a part, as our finger forms a part of our
    • On the contrary, in particular cases this very
    • particular things; that belongs to another sphere. Man has confidence
    • forces take part in a continual resurrection so that each morning is
    • head, and as the remaining part. Let us first divide man in this way.
    • the organism only to that of the Moon, and indeed to the later part
    • of that period; it only grew on to the head-part and is really in
    • remaining part of the body then became necessary. This part of the
    • part of man has come into being later than what seems the more
    • at all suited for that particular subject — he has been able to
    • physical and etheric body, so after death, until rebirth, we are part
    • rebirth, each belongs to a particular starry structure, to a
    • particular rank of Angels and Archangels; their souls all meet
    • particular group of Angels and Archangels. In the life between death
    • more to form a kind of perception with regard to some particular dead
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    • solutions to concrete problems (unlike party programmes, slogans and
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    • individual has the feeling that part of his being is super-sensible,
    • solely on the creed and the Bible. The parts of man's being that are
    • be said first of all, because today, in particular, what I will have
    • own hands, as it were. In the realm of thought, in particular, he
    • the phenomena of the world. So it is a particularly good
    • its bodily nature, from the rest of the body, particularly the limb
    • a breaking down of life, a partial dying. This is a significant and
    • of partial dying, a breaking down of the head organisation's life
    • soul is active our head is constantly in a state of partial dying. We
    • constantly at work in part of man's bodily nature. We learn that
    • thinking and man's physical body, particularly in the head
    • scientific prejudice that prevails nowadays in a particular realm of
    • ourselves, this second super-sensible part of man's being, the will,
    • characterised as being constantly in the state of partial
    • of the grave of our partially dying head. This perpetual interplay of
    • fact in particular, to show you the evolution of human history
    • feeling was still a part of nature. Not until the eighth century did
    • those particular forces of soul in mankind that produce a flowering
    • development of natural science is part and parcel of one epoch of
    • that made man feel a part of the natural world around him; but in
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    • individual has the feeling that part of his being is super-sensible,
    • solely on the creed and the Bible. The parts of man's being that are
    • be said first of all, because today, in particular, what I will have
    • own hands, as it were. In the realm of thought, in particular, he
    • the phenomena of the world. So it is a particularly good
    • its bodily nature, from the rest of the body, particularly the limb
    • a breaking down of life, a partial dying. This is a significant and
    • of partial dying, a breaking down of the head organisation's life
    • soul is active our head is constantly in a state of partial dying. We
    • constantly at work in part of man's bodily nature. We learn that
    • thinking and man's physical body, particularly in the head
    • scientific prejudice that prevails nowadays in a particular realm of
    • ourselves, this second super-sensible part of man's being, the will,
    • characterised as being constantly in the state of partial
    • of the grave of our partially dying head. This perpetual interplay of
    • fact in particular, to show you the evolution of human history
    • feeling was still a part of nature. Not until the eighth century did
    • those particular forces of soul in mankind that produce a flowering
    • development of natural science is part and parcel of one epoch of
    • that made man feel a part of the natural world around him; but in
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    • speak of our part of the world) at the time when all plants have
    • soul-and-spirit part of our so-called lifeless inorganic,
    • and nervous system only, not to the remaining parts of our system.
    • they are so much the stronger within other parts of us.
    • part of it there is summer and on the other winter; this also is
    • part of the Earth the plant consciousness is asleep, and in depth of
    • two cycles penetrate each other; then parting, continue separately
    • apart through the whole year, then at the time when one year passes
    • apart, uniting once more at the festival of the New Year. The cyclic
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    • speak of our part of the world) at the time when all plants have
    • soul-and-spirit part of our so-called lifeless inorganic,
    • and nervous system only, not to the remaining parts of our system.
    • they are so much the stronger within other parts of us.
    • part of it there is summer and on the other winter; this also is
    • part of the Earth the plant consciousness is asleep, and in depth of
    • two cycles penetrate each other; then parting, continue separately
    • apart through the whole year, then at the time when one year passes
    • apart, uniting once more at the festival of the New Year. The cyclic
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    • that. For the most part men do not consider to-day that it is an
    • is actually by chance that we have these particular senses, and
    • life in every department.
    • any great man in particular; I know that when such things are said
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    • is actually by chance that we have these particular senses, and
    • life in every department.
    • any great man in particular; I know that when such things are said
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    • there arises within him a spiritual counterpart of the system of
    • make us realise that the particular qualities which make one people
    • appreciate the full value of their particular
    • they are also part of his own inner striving. The possibility of full
    • Europe — for it is part of their nature — to ascend the
    • herself have become part of the very being of the oriental —
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    • make us realise that the particular qualities which make one people
    • appreciate the full value of their particular
    • they are also part of his own inner striving. The possibility of full
    • Europe — for it is part of their nature — to ascend the
    • herself have become part of the very being of the oriental —
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    • imparting the deeper teachings concerning the Gods of old
    • they imparted hope, saying to them: ‘True, you must
    • them of the glories of the ancient world that had departed
    • Earth. After death you can be part of Osiris and call him
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    • imparting the deeper teachings concerning the Gods of old
    • they imparted hope, saying to them: ‘True, you must
    • them of the glories of the ancient world that had departed
    • Earth. After death you can be part of Osiris and call him
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    • the hearts and souls of those taking part. Though this or that event
    • catastrophe of the world war. Whether they belong to a party or
    • great problems of the age find partial expression. But they did not
    • fact that men, in accordance with the will on the part of the
    • or that party or class, lead into the worst of blind alleys and will
    • will to allow spiritual decisions, spiritual impulses, to play a part
    • play an active part.
    • leading part in the economic life of Germany during the last three
    • taking part. The will not to see events as they are is still a
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    • the hearts and souls of those taking part. Though this or that event
    • catastrophe of the world war. Whether they belong to a party or
    • great problems of the age find partial expression. But they did not
    • fact that men, in accordance with the will on the part of the
    • or that party or class, lead into the worst of blind alleys and will
    • will to allow spiritual decisions, spiritual impulses, to play a part
    • play an active part.
    • leading part in the economic life of Germany during the last three
    • taking part. The will not to see events as they are is still a
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    • But if we probe deeply enough, not with a partial thinking, but with
    • haze of mysticism, rather the way to reach this particular knowledge
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    • But if we probe deeply enough, not with a partial thinking, but with
    • haze of mysticism, rather the way to reach this particular knowledge
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    • the seeds of what will become part of mankind in future epochs are contained
    • 28:27 And two other rings of gold thou shalt make, and shalt put them on the two sides of the ephod underneath, toward the forepart thereof, over against the other coupling thereof, above the curious girdle of the ephod. \
    • Buddha's teaching is in a particular sense moral teaching, the
    • investigated particularly closely by Rosicrucians since the 13th
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    • investigated particularly closely by Rosicrucians since the 13th
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    • — this also forms part of our ordinary consciousness. At the
    • vision is experienced when the image or counterpart of a spiritual
    • may have a false idea of what the departed friend, yonder, is
    • departed friend wishes to establish a connection with the one who is
    • particular changes within us.
    • of as a part of man's etheric body — not only as a part of the
    • Furthermore, a great part of what we must term man's etheric body
    • were, to other parts of his organism also — besides his
    • coarser and firmer parts of his physical organism, as well. Thus, we
    • may say that man is in a position to harm only a part of his entire
    • clearness, when that part of the etheric body which has remained (for
    • was merely a part of our own self.”
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    • — this also forms part of our ordinary consciousness. At the
    • vision is experienced when the image or counterpart of a spiritual
    • may have a false idea of what the departed friend, yonder, is
    • departed friend wishes to establish a connection with the one who is
    • particular changes within us.
    • of as a part of man's etheric body — not only as a part of the
    • Furthermore, a great part of what we must term man's etheric body
    • were, to other parts of his organism also — besides his
    • coarser and firmer parts of his physical organism, as well. Thus, we
    • may say that man is in a position to harm only a part of his entire
    • clearness, when that part of the etheric body which has remained (for
    • was merely a part of our own self.”
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    • All rights reserved. No part of this book
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    • justified. It was known particularly in the ancient Hebrew Mystery
    • particularly our scientific language, can no longer express anything
    • it will not be limited to particular localities, but will be spread
    • a sixth “race” will also start in a particular place on
    • “race” is a term that was valid only for a particular
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    • will have realized that the lectures on the Gospels are part of the
    • Testament, is one part of this common stream. It flowed in as the
    • inspiration, those who were part of the process of decline and who
    • Zarathustra's I again took Chaldea as its point of departure. His
    • particular time to Bethlehem. When the time came, they followed the
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    • consider the great event of Palestine from one particular
    • opportunity to look into many things that are imparted to us through
    • is so infinitely difficult to squeeze the tremendous facts imparted
    • through a particular influence from the spiritual world they saw with
    • itself? Here, we must be clear about the meaning of one particular
    • Individuals who have a very special task need a particular kind of
    • see its counterpart coming up from Pisces — the fishermen
    • him moved on without his body. Particularly in Saint John's Gospel
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    • particular point that can only be reached through spiritual science.
    • everywhere that Lucifer and Ahriman play their part in the earthly
    • has already been partially revealed through its teachings, will be
    • elements had to be part of our evolution. Only in this way can we
    • look at one of our glass windows, they see in the bottom part a kind
    • most part, their purpose will be to continue the luciferic-ahrimanic
    • radiates out into the cosmos and imparts to everything else that
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    • addresses the evolutionary task facing contemporary humanity, particularly
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    • the Minister who had to do with the Postal Department said in the
    • in thought play a very great part to-day — and they do so especially
    • this exercise is simply a particular expression of our belief that the
    • yet penetrated the inner connection. Particularly with those
    • another exercise which is particularly valuable for people who fail to
    • the particular corner at
    • proportion of modern literature (and particularly of the scientific
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    • the Minister who had to do with the Postal Department said in the
    • in thought play a very great part to-day — and they do so especially
    • this exercise is simply a particular expression of our belief that the
    • yet penetrated the inner connection. Particularly with those
    • another exercise which is particularly valuable for people who fail to
    • the particular corner at
    • proportion of modern literature (and particularly of the scientific
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    • oneself. The more one can make one's judgments, particularly about
    • not through one particular action, but from the consistent
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    • not through one particular action, but from the consistent
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    • (as part of a course for university graduates)
    • the fields of the various sciences. That is the particular aim of
    • which is usually called geometry and, at least in those parts of it
    • part of space. And by regarding himself as an earthly being and
    • considers impartially what confronts us here must say: In his subjective
    • looking back at ourselves, find that we are a part of this space. As
    • gradually to have thoughts apart from sense-perceptions. This was
    • from personal predilection or subjective partiality when I assert
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    • (as part of a course for university graduates)
    • the fields of the various sciences. That is the particular aim of
    • which is usually called geometry and, at least in those parts of it
    • part of space. And by regarding himself as an earthly being and
    • considers impartially what confronts us here must say: In his subjective
    • looking back at ourselves, find that we are a part of this space. As
    • gradually to have thoughts apart from sense-perceptions. This was
    • from personal predilection or subjective partiality when I assert
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    • all else to it. One must set out from the counterpart of this point.
    • And what is its counterpart? Nothing other than an infinitely remote
    • head apart from the rest. But, looking at this formation as a whole,
    • at the head alone, we see that only the upper part, the wonderfully vaulted
    • being. (Of course, the mouth, as a part of the head-formation, is
    • deepest part of the human being, as at a point within his soul,
    • individual — what his being, regarded impartially, has gained
    • back to the essential foundations of nature. He would be again a part
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    • all else to it. One must set out from the counterpart of this point.
    • And what is its counterpart? Nothing other than an infinitely remote
    • head apart from the rest. But, looking at this formation as a whole,
    • at the head alone, we see that only the upper part, the wonderfully vaulted
    • being. (Of course, the mouth, as a part of the head-formation, is
    • deepest part of the human being, as at a point within his soul,
    • individual — what his being, regarded impartially, has gained
    • back to the essential foundations of nature. He would be again a part
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    • related to hatred, so hatred plays a great part in your whole
    • probably say: “In my days, fear played no part in civilised
    • founded in Egypt and in North Africa. But particularly when the
    • into the human etheric body — into that part of the etheric
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    • related to hatred, so hatred plays a great part in your whole
    • probably say: “In my days, fear played no part in civilised
    • founded in Egypt and in North Africa. But particularly when the
    • into the human etheric body — into that part of the etheric
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    • seeds of future worlds arise. Then we, as men, take part there in the
    • Oriental. In our days the Oriental, particularly in Asia but
    • also in other parts of the world, is living in the decadent stages of
    • part of ordinary consciousness, even as the doctrine of the Fall of
    • of that part of the world which is going down and will pass away with
    • tendency to study and investigate only the corpse-like part of
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    • seeds of future worlds arise. Then we, as men, take part there in the
    • Oriental. In our days the Oriental, particularly in Asia but
    • also in other parts of the world, is living in the decadent stages of
    • part of ordinary consciousness, even as the doctrine of the Fall of
    • of that part of the world which is going down and will pass away with
    • tendency to study and investigate only the corpse-like part of
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    • realm of the higher Hierarchies and who then imparted spiritual
    • — for the most part they were men who had been initiated in
    • Beings, receiving the wisdom imparted by these Beings. This
    • — such was the substance of the teaching imparted to human
    • and made no particular impression on them. They knew life and
    • were to become an essential part of human evolution. Intellect,
    • as in the other parts of the human organism. In the brain there
    • death, realisation that death plays an important part in human
    • If we tolerate Ahriman, if we allow him to participate in the
    • Gods indeed allowed Ahriman to become part of earthly evolution
    • between Gods, and this also formed part of the esoteric teachings
    • worlds after having departed from them. In the early days of
    • only sparse and superficial particulars was the bearer of
    • reality, such fragments refer to teachings imparted by the Risen
    • world of which death formed no part.
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    • realm of the higher Hierarchies and who then imparted spiritual
    • — for the most part they were men who had been initiated in
    • Beings, receiving the wisdom imparted by these Beings. This
    • — such was the substance of the teaching imparted to human
    • and made no particular impression on them. They knew life and
    • were to become an essential part of human evolution. Intellect,
    • as in the other parts of the human organism. In the brain there
    • death, realisation that death plays an important part in human
    • If we tolerate Ahriman, if we allow him to participate in the
    • Gods indeed allowed Ahriman to become part of earthly evolution
    • between Gods, and this also formed part of the esoteric teachings
    • worlds after having departed from them. In the early days of
    • only sparse and superficial particulars was the bearer of
    • reality, such fragments refer to teachings imparted by the Risen
    • world of which death formed no part.
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    • at first to take part in the movement for a religious renewal,
    • — but he did not take part in the end —, when the chief
    • Father-principle really played the greatest imaginable part in older
    • predominant, and played a great part in the human souls for their
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    • at first to take part in the movement for a religious renewal,
    • — but he did not take part in the end —, when the chief
    • Father-principle really played the greatest imaginable part in older
    • predominant, and played a great part in the human souls for their
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    • also the forces of the Christ-Impulse can in those days particularly
    • more learn to consider as part of mankind as a whole not only the
    • illusions — particularly in the scientific field.
    • different political parties at the war-assembly of the Russian Duma
    • thinking of the many unused parts of etheric bodies rising up to the
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    • also the forces of the Christ-Impulse can in those days particularly
    • more learn to consider as part of mankind as a whole not only the
    • illusions — particularly in the scientific field.
    • different political parties at the war-assembly of the Russian Duma
    • thinking of the many unused parts of etheric bodies rising up to the
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    • the origin of things than our modern knowledge, particularly
    • and by “several” I mean many — particularly those
    • our anthroposophical movement it was particularly important for me to
    • part frankly honest and their errors will be overcome. They will only
    • spiritual-scientific results. Many things which appear to form part
    • particularly of those efforts which to-day honestly pursue
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    • the origin of things than our modern knowledge, particularly
    • and by “several” I mean many — particularly those
    • our anthroposophical movement it was particularly important for me to
    • part frankly honest and their errors will be overcome. They will only
    • spiritual-scientific results. Many things which appear to form part
    • particularly of those efforts which to-day honestly pursue
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    • self-consciousness of man. You know that we distinguish four parts in
    • higher animals, particularly animals that live much in the
    • my fingers. It cannot be thought of apart from my common
    • the same as if you were to tear away a part of your body, or cut into
    • may kindle in us feelings which enable us to participate in the
    • destroy things so that they can participate in these feelings of
    • with feeling. The wonderful part of spiritual science is that it
    • Indeed, that part of the sun which we can
    • sun's whole being just as man's visible part is connected with his
    • Particularly through an occult study of
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    • self-consciousness of man. You know that we distinguish four parts in
    • higher animals, particularly animals that live much in the
    • my fingers. It cannot be thought of apart from my common
    • the same as if you were to tear away a part of your body, or cut into
    • may kindle in us feelings which enable us to participate in the
    • destroy things so that they can participate in these feelings of
    • with feeling. The wonderful part of spiritual science is that it
    • Indeed, that part of the sun which we can
    • sun's whole being just as man's visible part is connected with his
    • Particularly through an occult study of
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    • side of existence, particularly during Post-Atlantean
    • great part of their life. But there were times when the
    • the Planetary Spirits and then they could impart great and
    • of particular value to the Dead about the other side of
    • could impart nothing as yet about happenings in the physical
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    • side of existence, particularly during Post-Atlantean
    • great part of their life. But there were times when the
    • the Planetary Spirits and then they could impart great and
    • of particular value to the Dead about the other side of
    • could impart nothing as yet about happenings in the physical
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    • would partake of physical death, and would have no future
    • I spoke of that participation in the spiritual world which,
    • has been abundant evidence of this, particularly in the
    • was particularly in the life of feeling that the Mystery of
    • part in Protestant Theology, but consider only what actually
    • particular nature and constitution. A man may have
    • stands before us as a Roman of no particularly high literary
    • a participant in the greatest event on Earth.
    • was not fulfilled in this particular form, phenomenal,
    • still happened to all that part of humanity in which the
    • greater participation in the destinies of the body, including
    • wisdom, to lead his soul to partake of death, so
    • have no inclination to participate in spiritual life or in
    • presented for the ordinary use of those whom one party or
    • developed as they did partly as the result of the Mystery of
    • Golgotha, partly through what happened in
    • and partly again through what happened in
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    • would partake of physical death, and would have no future
    • I spoke of that participation in the spiritual world which,
    • has been abundant evidence of this, particularly in the
    • was particularly in the life of feeling that the Mystery of
    • part in Protestant Theology, but consider only what actually
    • particular nature and constitution. A man may have
    • stands before us as a Roman of no particularly high literary
    • a participant in the greatest event on Earth.
    • was not fulfilled in this particular form, phenomenal,
    • still happened to all that part of humanity in which the
    • greater participation in the destinies of the body, including
    • wisdom, to lead his soul to partake of death, so
    • have no inclination to participate in spiritual life or in
    • presented for the ordinary use of those whom one party or
    • developed as they did partly as the result of the Mystery of
    • Golgotha, partly through what happened in
    • and partly again through what happened in
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    • his whole nature, making it part of his own soul will not
    • on my experiences, quite apart from anything external, and by
    • emotion has any part; the whole panorama of his last life on
    • seem to be nothing but a set of assertions. However, apart
    • this particularly melancholy guise? It is the same with the
    • the emotional shading, the particular mood of soul pervading
    • course of life is observed impartially, however, this
    • gate of death. This is particularly true of people who are
    • human being quite impartially, we see how he comes to relate
    • everything is built up out of single parts, member by member.
    • always been thought of as an essential part of the being, the
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    • his whole nature, making it part of his own soul will not
    • on my experiences, quite apart from anything external, and by
    • emotion has any part; the whole panorama of his last life on
    • seem to be nothing but a set of assertions. However, apart
    • this particularly melancholy guise? It is the same with the
    • the emotional shading, the particular mood of soul pervading
    • course of life is observed impartially, however, this
    • gate of death. This is particularly true of people who are
    • human being quite impartially, we see how he comes to relate
    • everything is built up out of single parts, member by member.
    • always been thought of as an essential part of the being, the
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    • realise, that what lived within their own souls was part of
    • living a part was played in everyday life by whatever could
    • were conscious of forming part of a creation not exhausted
    • like lost sheep, but that they were part and parcel of the
    • is the part played by the science of our day in common life,
    • scope for free action on the part of man. And when men feel
    • absolutely?” — not what is true of a particular
    • are only adapted to particular fields of the true Activity.
    • affairs on our earth impartially, we shall come to the
    • out, so to speak, by destiny for that particular work. If the
    • human individual endowed with particular faculties, he is
    • in every part of it; they have become in their very essence a
    • party tendencies took shape in two definite directions
    • other parties that have sprung up since were later accessions
    • to these two main original groups. There was the party with
    • conservative tendencies and the party with liberal
    • attach themselves to one or other of the parties of a
    • consider; and the main feature is, that that part of the
    • these two party tendencies have their source in something
    • conquered parts of the world have to give — the impulse
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    • realise, that what lived within their own souls was part of
    • living a part was played in everyday life by whatever could
    • were conscious of forming part of a creation not exhausted
    • like lost sheep, but that they were part and parcel of the
    • is the part played by the science of our day in common life,
    • scope for free action on the part of man. And when men feel
    • absolutely?” — not what is true of a particular
    • are only adapted to particular fields of the true Activity.
    • affairs on our earth impartially, we shall come to the
    • out, so to speak, by destiny for that particular work. If the
    • human individual endowed with particular faculties, he is
    • in every part of it; they have become in their very essence a
    • party tendencies took shape in two definite directions
    • other parties that have sprung up since were later accessions
    • to these two main original groups. There was the party with
    • conservative tendencies and the party with liberal
    • attach themselves to one or other of the parties of a
    • consider; and the main feature is, that that part of the
    • these two party tendencies have their source in something
    • conquered parts of the world have to give — the impulse
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    • It happened by a particular event. That is what frequently
    • learned that his party, the Guelphs, had been expelled from
    • was at a particular moment, which again is highly
    • all human wisdom of which one could partake at that time, but
    • like ... Yet we know what an important part these conflicts
    • it is particularly interesting to see how this happened. Her
    • inner being was opened, as it were. But it was not that part
    • active part through our understanding of and longing for the
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    • It happened by a particular event. That is what frequently
    • learned that his party, the Guelphs, had been expelled from
    • was at a particular moment, which again is highly
    • all human wisdom of which one could partake at that time, but
    • like ... Yet we know what an important part these conflicts
    • it is particularly interesting to see how this happened. Her
    • inner being was opened, as it were. But it was not that part
    • active part through our understanding of and longing for the
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    • certainly say that the particular formation of his head is a
    • full Moon is active on some part of the face, whereas the
    • sheds its rays more or less obliquely on that part of the
    • that are part of reality appear grotesque compared with those
    • merely part of reality, and that when we observe only earthly
    • part in the body of the mother; and we have an Earth-being
    • created. The spherical form that would have been imparted by
    • the particular course followed by the blood. This rhythmical
    • particular way in which he is formed. For then indeed we see
    • the form which, partly toned down by the earthly, can be
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    • certainly say that the particular formation of his head is a
    • full Moon is active on some part of the face, whereas the
    • sheds its rays more or less obliquely on that part of the
    • that are part of reality appear grotesque compared with those
    • merely part of reality, and that when we observe only earthly
    • part in the body of the mother; and we have an Earth-being
    • created. The spherical form that would have been imparted by
    • the particular course followed by the blood. This rhythmical
    • particular way in which he is formed. For then indeed we see
    • the form which, partly toned down by the earthly, can be
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    • particularly, people allow things to be suggested to them,
    • spiritual world, when he contemplates a particular being or
    • fellow-men until a long time has elapsed since particular
    • which is preserved in the body — plays a part.
    • bodily functions must play no part in this knowledge. The
    • in natural science are particularly suited to penetrate into
    • particularly to a book on dream-phantasy by Johannes
    • sketch, but I want for all that to speak of particular points
    • therefore, are found in the dream. I lay particular stress on
    • offers no evidence of particular success in discovering
    • peculiar features which must be particularly borne in mind.
    • no part in dreams. The dream has a rule entirely different
    • reproaches make themselves particularly conspicuous through
    • judgment play any part at all in dreams. If the search for
    • learns to know — quite apart from the physical world of
    • is then within the spiritual world. When this particular
    • Psycho-Analysis, wanted to be considered particularly clever,
    • part of the organism being lifted out of the sphere of purely
    • metabolism, etc. Now when, owing to particularly abnormal
    • and that they must play no part whatever in its findings.
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    • particularly, people allow things to be suggested to them,
    • spiritual world, when he contemplates a particular being or
    • fellow-men until a long time has elapsed since particular
    • which is preserved in the body — plays a part.
    • bodily functions must play no part in this knowledge. The
    • in natural science are particularly suited to penetrate into
    • particularly to a book on dream-phantasy by Johannes
    • sketch, but I want for all that to speak of particular points
    • therefore, are found in the dream. I lay particular stress on
    • offers no evidence of particular success in discovering
    • peculiar features which must be particularly borne in mind.
    • no part in dreams. The dream has a rule entirely different
    • reproaches make themselves particularly conspicuous through
    • judgment play any part at all in dreams. If the search for
    • learns to know — quite apart from the physical world of
    • is then within the spiritual world. When this particular
    • Psycho-Analysis, wanted to be considered particularly clever,
    • part of the organism being lifted out of the sphere of purely
    • metabolism, etc. Now when, owing to particularly abnormal
    • and that they must play no part whatever in its findings.
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    • particular manifestations of life here and there, we can
    • could be planted a knowledge to be imparted to men concerning
    • who were suitable to be alloted parts in a Play in which the
    • put this question: Is there not a particular time of the year
    • lily-ofthe-valley and for the violet particular seasons
    • imparted strength and healing power to the soul for the whole
    • place, the boys taking part in the Plays must be God-fearing,
    • Christmas days were over, the actors taking. the parts of the
    • to any particular season.
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    • particular manifestations of life here and there, we can
    • could be planted a knowledge to be imparted to men concerning
    • who were suitable to be alloted parts in a Play in which the
    • put this question: Is there not a particular time of the year
    • lily-ofthe-valley and for the violet particular seasons
    • imparted strength and healing power to the soul for the whole
    • place, the boys taking part in the Plays must be God-fearing,
    • Christmas days were over, the actors taking. the parts of the
    • to any particular season.
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    • were once a part is also poured into the world immediately
    • him which had their origin in a far-off past and were part of a
    • temptation plays an essential part. The Christian who pierces
    • this inner man because humanity took part in a certain event in the
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    • were once a part is also poured into the world immediately
    • him which had their origin in a far-off past and were part of a
    • temptation plays an essential part. The Christian who pierces
    • this inner man because humanity took part in a certain event in the
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    • of taking any particular side. I have no desire to uphold ancient
    • and other organs, but that the Spirit has departed from the study of
    • undergoes a partial death with every moment that passes, but it is
    • this living interaction between the soul and every single part of the
    • material part of man, we must know how to portray the body as
    • “separate off” into single parts as does the material.
    • observing the single part, to form a picture of the human being as
    • a whole. We should reach a universal principle able to form part
    • this not so much when we are observing merely a single part of the
    • particular constitution of this human being, how the
    • result of his particular constitution, and we are then able to
    • organology when the Spirit can be traced in the most minute parts of
    • is that we must penetrate to the heart of the particular subjects and
    • for the particular characters of those around him, knowing that the
    • particular will be healthily influenced by such a knowledge of human
    • immeasurably important part in social life. No matter what people may
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    • of taking any particular side. I have no desire to uphold ancient
    • and other organs, but that the Spirit has departed from the study of
    • undergoes a partial death with every moment that passes, but it is
    • this living interaction between the soul and every single part of the
    • material part of man, we must know how to portray the body as
    • “separate off” into single parts as does the material.
    • observing the single part, to form a picture of the human being as
    • a whole. We should reach a universal principle able to form part
    • this not so much when we are observing merely a single part of the
    • particular constitution of this human being, how the
    • result of his particular constitution, and we are then able to
    • organology when the Spirit can be traced in the most minute parts of
    • is that we must penetrate to the heart of the particular subjects and
    • for the particular characters of those around him, knowing that the
    • particular will be healthily influenced by such a knowledge of human
    • immeasurably important part in social life. No matter what people may
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    • in the cosmic Word. Thus it is particularly interesting to understand
    • part in the process. The process that goes on in the organ of speech
    • considering the speech that forms a part of present-day civilisation,
    • we find to be none other than the spiritual counterparts of the
    • counterparts of the consonants are not there between the vowels; they
    • — namely the spiritual counterparts of the consonants.
    • understand that when we describe such things as these we must depart
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    • in the cosmic Word. Thus it is particularly interesting to understand
    • part in the process. The process that goes on in the organ of speech
    • considering the speech that forms a part of present-day civilisation,
    • we find to be none other than the spiritual counterparts of the
    • counterparts of the consonants are not there between the vowels; they
    • — namely the spiritual counterparts of the consonants.
    • understand that when we describe such things as these we must depart
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    • imparted to man by his natural development, intelligence, reason,
    • moving through his body, forming part of his true manhood, but in
    • inner being or is imparted to him in ordinary life by earthly
    • the stars, the Godhead of Whom the Divine-Earthly is also part,
    • so the Initiates were now able to impart a new consciousness of
    • heavens are bereft of God, they are a part of Nature and men can no
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    • moving through his body, forming part of his true manhood, but in
    • inner being or is imparted to him in ordinary life by earthly
    • the stars, the Godhead of Whom the Divine-Earthly is also part,
    • so the Initiates were now able to impart a new consciousness of
    • heavens are bereft of God, they are a part of Nature and men can no
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    • years ago, in a certain part of the Middle East, a man named Jesus
    • Christ belongs, of course, to the forces that participated in the
    • went so far as to say that, especially at two particular points in
    • said — and this was also part of the knowledge retained by
    • seven parts make up the human being, our friends were very surprised to
    • always find, when we approach the Gnosis, one particular point that
    • earthly part, which continues the line of heredity, and the higher
    • spiritual part, which has descended again from spiritual worlds.
    • spiritual soul and the physical part in each individual human being
    • participated in the Mass and heard about the Mystery of Christ. They
    • priests. Believers were expected to participate in the Mass, which
    • participation in the events of the holy rite itself. The essence of
    • these people, for their part, lose Jesus; they lose him very seriously,
    • of departure that can lead us to an understanding can be found
    • must take. At the same time, in this etheric part are the impressions
    • significant that this is presented to humankind in particular
    • body is prepared, which is able to remain apart from all that causes
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    • years ago, in a certain part of the Middle East, a man named Jesus
    • Christ belongs, of course, to the forces that participated in the
    • went so far as to say that, especially at two particular points in
    • said — and this was also part of the knowledge retained by
    • seven parts make up the human being, our friends were very surprised to
    • always find, when we approach the Gnosis, one particular point that
    • earthly part, which continues the line of heredity, and the higher
    • spiritual part, which has descended again from spiritual worlds.
    • spiritual soul and the physical part in each individual human being
    • participated in the Mass and heard about the Mystery of Christ. They
    • priests. Believers were expected to participate in the Mass, which
    • participation in the events of the holy rite itself. The essence of
    • these people, for their part, lose Jesus; they lose him very seriously,
    • of departure that can lead us to an understanding can be found
    • must take. At the same time, in this etheric part are the impressions
    • significant that this is presented to humankind in particular
    • body is prepared, which is able to remain apart from all that causes
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    • quite apart from all that, the fact is that man is conscious of his
    • plays an immense part. We always relate to the left-hand
    • will certainly not patiently receive the sting. Quite apart
    • there in space; they are not entirely apart from space. Lastly, when
    • one-dimensional being of this kind, and only partakes in
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    • quite apart from all that, the fact is that man is conscious of his
    • plays an immense part. We always relate to the left-hand
    • will certainly not patiently receive the sting. Quite apart
    • there in space; they are not entirely apart from space. Lastly, when
    • one-dimensional being of this kind, and only partakes in
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    • human progress. But it would be particularly depressing if spiritual
    • material far away and deposit them in other parts. We see the ground
    • lower parts of the earth's crust, we come to strata which are the
    • part which is to the whole planet what the egg-shell is to the yolk
    • living organism segregates the hard parts, the bones from the soft
    • parts, is first absorbed. And now we look at the granite-formation
    • foundation from which life has departed, and when we search for the
    • something which, if spoken of as part of the development of our
    • physical processes were an integral part of those working through the
    • organisms which are permeated by a part only of the substance of the
    • old massif. These are the parts which only now can form themselves,
    • of our earth's substance had taken place, and the one part was given
    • of a finer, higher order – this needed only a part of the
    • attention to what natural science really has to say and, particularly
    • forcing some particular masses of rock up into towering mountains.
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    • human progress. But it would be particularly depressing if spiritual
    • material far away and deposit them in other parts. We see the ground
    • lower parts of the earth's crust, we come to strata which are the
    • part which is to the whole planet what the egg-shell is to the yolk
    • living organism segregates the hard parts, the bones from the soft
    • parts, is first absorbed. And now we look at the granite-formation
    • foundation from which life has departed, and when we search for the
    • something which, if spoken of as part of the development of our
    • physical processes were an integral part of those working through the
    • organisms which are permeated by a part only of the substance of the
    • old massif. These are the parts which only now can form themselves,
    • of our earth's substance had taken place, and the one part was given
    • of a finer, higher order – this needed only a part of the
    • attention to what natural science really has to say and, particularly
    • forcing some particular masses of rock up into towering mountains.
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    • is for the most part reflection. Even when we think ahead, as it
    • thought as a means of building up his body. ... Particularly
    • owing to the fact that it has become part of us ourselves. This
    • human beings of the present day. One listens. One even takes part in
    • still to add to that which leads to knowledge in this particular
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    • is for the most part reflection. Even when we think ahead, as it
    • thought as a means of building up his body. ... Particularly
    • owing to the fact that it has become part of us ourselves. This
    • human beings of the present day. One listens. One even takes part in
    • still to add to that which leads to knowledge in this particular
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    • Deutschen Arbeiterverein die Sozialdemokratische Partei (SPD)
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    • daß wir nach der proletarischen Richtung hin parteiisch sein
    • des Parteigelehrten Mehring hat dann einmal ein Schüler meiner
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    • nach der einen oder anderen Parteirichtung davon spricht, daß
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    • Eigentümlichkeiten der Liberalen Partei, welcher der
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    • man die Seinspartikel «soph» voraussetzte, Soph Ea =
    • eine Partikel, die ungefähr «seiend» bedeutet.
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    • in den unteren Partien des Kopfes und in der Stirn, daß
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    • seinem Blute pulsierende Kupfer in den oberen Partien wirkte.
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    • wie es seiner eigenen Partei, der Weifenpartei, ergangen ist.
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    • welcher gewisse Gehirnpartien so entwickelt hat, daß sie
    • diejenigen Gehirnpartien nicht als Grundlage für die
    • die in diesen Gehirnpartien, von denen ich eben jetzt spreche,
    • Rückenmarkskanal, mit Ausnahme einiger Partien, die nicht
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    • kräftigen Sprung in diejenigen Partien geistiger Erkenntnis tun
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    • diesen drei Parteien spiegelt sich in einem bestimmten Volke wider.
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    • die kleinem Volkspartien haben Sie ein Zusammenspiel der
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    • nur einen Widerpart in den Geistern der Bewegung hätten,
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    • 1911, and is a part of the lecture series entitled,
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    • 1911, and is a part of the lecture series entitled,
    • played its part so long ago, has been made utterly invisible to us;
    • To take part
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    • 1911, and is a part of the lecture series entitled,
    • whose essential parts did not consist of what we know as earth, water
    • could not speak of coming from one part of space into another, but only the
    • participating, the Spirits of Wisdom, absorbed in the
    • part is important for the Earth: but could the deed really be
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    • 1911, and is a part of the lecture series entitled,
    • deeds that man may do — particularly such as bear upon the
    • which we particularly live, the greatness of our deeds certainly does
    • substance divided into two parts by the force of the arrested and
    • brought about by this renunciation of the sacrifice on the part of certain
    • whole renunciation of the sacrifice on the part of these Cherubim
    • figuratively — have had the sacrificial smoke as part of their
    • part of the Divine resignation, for the gods created evolution out of
    • Himself the whole sphere which played its part within the ancient
    • another part of our earth-history do we find this resigning on the part
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    • 1911, and is a part of the lecture series entitled,
    • part of will or will-substance. If we represent this to our minds in
    • whose sacrifice was rejected were unable to establish a particular
    • we think of these Beings in such a way, that on the part of those Higher
    • lecture, trying to find its counterpart there, and thus get a hint of
    • are particularly sensitive. He perhaps may have been blamed for
    • the hidden depths of the soul-life play their part on the surface.
    • there is only a particular form of change. In this connection let us
    • introduce one specific part of movement in general.
    • which belongs to this particular age of ours — are those who
    • we flee apart for an eternity. And what is worth striving for, if
    • non-conscious. Again, what part does this subconsciousness play in
    • relation between her and Wetter Von Strahl, which plays no part in
    • he was not a particularly great man, for he whines and whimpers over
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    • 1911, and is a part of the lecture series entitled,
    • us appears as the real or part of the real — is all this
    • particular learning, will come to know that a sound way to learning
    • that a particular advance in evolution was brought about through the
    • “Had I been able to accomplish my sacrifice, the best part of
    • single great satisfaction, but experiences a number of partial
    • counterpart: Sacrifice — if behind all the air spread out
    • has claim to existence; but it is part of us, and when we cut it off
    • the earth of which the plants everywhere form part. And when we bring
    • worlds plays its part in Maya, in a remarkable way. Whereas
    • through the portal of death, from taking part in this event when it
    • possible for those who took part in the final shaping of the Gospels
    • know how those who took part in the later compiling of the Gospels
    • we can make sure to-day that any particular event can happen on the
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    • in this book are reserved. No part of this book may be
    • publication of this book has been made possible, in part,
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    • the spirit counterpart. Giving implies acceptance, i.e.,
    • (Part 1). — Behind all heat is sacrifice:
    • (Part 2). — Cain's sacrifice refused.
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    • were given. The Moon Development is divided into Parts 1 and
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    • season of 1911, The Berlin public lectures, given partly in the
    • Architektenhaus partly in the Philharmonic Building, began on October
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    • and in particular as to what it has brought to us, which is in no
    • part in this artistic endeavour, we have been able to make a
    • activity, and above all it is necessary that those who take part in
    • will be particularly striking this year to those who take the trouble
    • that it can, so to say, act practically. It is particularly
    • in Munich, who took part. It can also be observed in the fact that in
    • What particularly
    • passes out into the different departments of life.
    • compared with any other — quite apart from the separate details
    • Although through particular circumstances to which we need not now
    • place, we on our part did not abandon our festival on this account.
    • Bodhisattvas — but no one was particularly interested in
    • remaining sixth part in an orderly manner, yet in Theosophical life
    • after Jesus ben Pandira nothing particular happened in the world.
    • already received. And so I should like in particular, in order to
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    • played its part very, very long ago, has been made very, very
    • important to take part in this sacrifice of the Spirits of Will to
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    • essential parts did not consist of what we know as earth, water and
    • not speak of coming from one part of space into another, but only the
    • Cherubim, and as though participating, the Spirits of Wisdom,
    • part of it: but could the deed represented in the colouring of this
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    • in the world. Certain deeds that man may do — particularly such
    • physical world, in which we particularly live, the greatness of our
    • driving him constantly down from a certain height into lower parts of
    • divided into two parts by the force of the arrested and dammed up
    • about by this renunciation of the sacrifice on the part of certain of
    • renunciation of the sacrifice on the part of these Cherubim signifies
    • figuratively — have had the sacrificial smoke as part of
    • forms part of the Divine resignation, for the gods created evolution
    • played its part within the ancient Hebrew people; for the sacrificed
    • part of our earth-history do we find this resigning on the part of
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    • PART 2.
    • part of will or will-substance. If we represent this to our minds in
    • establish a particular connection with still higher Beings, which
    • of these Beings in such a way, that on the part of those Higher Ones
    • trying to find its counterpart there, and thus get a hint of
    • are particularly sensitive. He perhaps may have been blamed for
    • do the hidden depths of the Soul-life play their part on the surface.
    • one particular form of change. In this connection let us imagine a
    • introduce one specific part of Movement in general.
    • ego-consciousness we have a Soul-life which can play its part. And
    • — which belongs to this particular age of ours — are
    • non-conscious. Again, what part does this subconsciousness play in
    • between her and Wetter Von Strahl, which plays no part in the higher
    • a particularly great man, for he whines and whimpers over everything
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    • us appears as the real or part of the real — is all this
    • particular learning, will come to know that a sound way to learning
    • particular advance in evolution was brought about through the
    • part of my own being would be living in those exalted ones; but now
    • a single great satisfaction, but experiences a number of partial
    • spiritual counterpart: Sacrifice — if (2) behind all the air
    • claim to existence; but it is part of us, and when we/cut it off we
    • organism of the earth of which the plants everywhere form part. And
    • worlds play their part in Maya, in a remarkable way. Whereas
    • portal of death, from taking part in this event when it actually
    • further, and admit that it was not possible for those who took part
    • perceptible to outer observation. Do you know how those who took part
    • to-day that any particular event will happen on the earth; by the
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    • that such a person was not particularly moral. Who has not seen
    • not, in all probability, have been particularly interested; she
    • ourselves that a wise Providence, in order to impart to the world
    • various peoples in different parts of the earth. In comparing two
    • quietly within himself, and, apart from all that man can attain on
    • considered as something apart and worthy of reverence. That which
    • benefited not only a part but the whole of humanity, and we shall see
    • in the innermost part of the ethical, feelings of the European
    • thinking and feeling prevalent in his day. This poem particularly
    • preventing intercourse with his fellows he lived apart on a solitary
    • part in these and it came about that on one occasion he and his
    • horrors of leprosy had invaded many parts of Europe. The church had
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    • caste. And last of all, an utterly despised part of the population,
    • groups of people must be separated in order that a particular quality
    • human form. You will at once admit that the most valuable parts in the human
    • form are the bones of the head. But by what means could these particular
    • bones of the forehead or of the back part of the head, the hip bones
    • parts of Europe, Asia Minor and especially Africa. Only the more
    • were the more northerly parts of Europe, the regions where the oldest
    • in a part of the European population of which modern history tells
    • in a particular race. If in this race it gains certain qualities, it
    • times the worst part of the population of which I have just now
    • of putrefaction from the worst part of the population which had died
    • that in the earlier part of his life he was a Bodhisattva, which
    • particularly to point out that the portion of the great teaching of
    • highest ideal that part of the teaching of Buddha which we have just
    • that particular incarnation, it only appeared in the next. The pupils
    • his astral life the Christ power became particularly active within
    • particular place of initiation where it was to be found.
    • course of human development. On another occasion a particularly
    • divine gift which was given to man in the beginning, it was part of
    • part of what is unmoral came into humanity in the manner we have
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    • nature of man leads us to a particular interpretation of good and
    • to take part in it, not to pass through the world ignorant of all the
    • age, there still existed in a large part of humanity on earth a
    • it is therefore particularly necessary that the great dangers to be
    • reverently that the ideas imparted to us are really something divine,
    • then consider the knowledge it imparts in such a way that we
    • been imparted concerning the evolutions of Saturn, Sun and Moon,
    • happened. No man should make a statement, or impart anything to
    • the part of man, everything that comes with a materialistic
    • part of the soul of which we have to speak in Anthroposophy is what
    • is the particular emblem for this part of the soul is bravery, valour
    • indicates the mid-part of the human soul, the part that is
    • after a particular pattern. In Central Europe this is often described
    • upon the particular thoughts, the particular feelings and impulses
    • connected; one part acts and reacts on another. Thoughts act upon the
    • an active part in the furtherance of the world development. If a
    • in a worthy way into a useful part of the divine world-order, and a
    • conscious disinclination for all that mars man as a part in the
    • particular kind of feeling, that which appeared at a time when the
    • human souls particularly through Anthroposophy. The moral perspective
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    • esotericists connected with the High Church party in
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    • centuries and millennia man participated in spiritual life to
    • did men in olden times develop a particular gift of seership?
    • influenced by their particular temperaments. This has not
    • were content, for the most part, with vision; they did not
    • Samos, certain lofty concepts were imparted to those who were
    • simply adopted what was in part preserved from olden times,
    • came partly through historical traditions, partly through
    • with the left-wing parties and the esotericists with the
    • right-wing parties. The esotericists were those who wanted to
    • and are those who want to make public some part of the
    • responsibility, and to make part of the esoteric knowledge
    • knows nothing but which was particularly heated in the middle
    • were willing to belong to some particular society should
    • ourselves are taking. Their proposal was that a certain part
    • complicated story. Particularly on occasions of the founding
    • corresponding part of his brain. — And so it came about
    • bodies become particularly active. In this condition the
    • public part of the esoteric knowledge. This is the path that
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    • of all, to speak of a particular experience connected with
    • by Blavatsky had taken part in most vital
    • The middle party were in favour of making exoteric the
    • specially adapted through certain subconscious parts of her
    • middle party had agreed to the compromise, could say to
    • nature a certain trait that is particularly common in those
    • Lodge on her departure that she had no intention whatever of
    • occasions, for parts of what I am saying today in this
    • affair, occultists who on their part tended strongly towards
    • them from using her to send out into the world that part of
    • The first part had appeared in February 1900,
    • and the second part in the following October. I was taxed
    • inconsistent to confine ourselves to one part of it.
    • research. Such matters could not form part of this book. But
    • part of the book, which deals, firstly, with Hegel, is dated
    • The greater part of
    • part of the other series. Frau Dr. Steiner had therefore
    • of 1901, this lady organised a tea-party. Frau Dr. Steiner
    • should participate in the spreading of a kind of occultism
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    • particle of self-knowledge: You yourself think, and
    • the atoms cannot think! If only this one particle of
    • particles of which, as we have shown in earlier lectures,
    • the mind. Apart from the reality, therefore, there must be
    • rudiments of the physical body were imparted to man on Old
    • body also plays a part—its movement at any rate. The
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    • with which we ourselves are particularly concerned just now.
    • themselves had been a party to the use of mediumship and what
    • particular kind of confusion in spiritual understanding. If
    • carried out at just the right place, when truths are imparted
    • namely, to foster this particular kind of error instead of
    • esotericists connected with the High Church party set
    • Church party know much of what lay behind the whole affair.
    • particular fallacy contained in Sinnett's book, we find
    • Moon left the Earth. I attached particular importance to the
    • work in a particular way, a way which we can clearly discern
    • The occultists who were connected with the High Church party took
    • something about the process of the Moon's departure
    • to go away from the Earth in order that part of his life
    • but on the other side made use of particular methods whereby
    • not subsequently taken their departure. They could not have
    • While the Moon formed part of the Earth, the Moon-forces were
    • understand that he could never have beheld the departure of
    • the Moon. The departure of the Moon and also its position out
    • the departure of the Moon could have been seen only with
    • departure of the Moon-forces, something else came about.
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    • no part in the Eighth Sphere. So it will be useless to look
    • with, the Old Moon element, but owing to a particular
    • part that is wrested away, Lucifer and Ahriman penetrate,
    • in their visions they see a part, or a product, of their
    • Particularly at the present point of time in our development
    • circle of those who participate in everything that is
    • them. For Movements with a particular bias find acceptance
    • “From the Departure of the Moon to the Return of the Moon,”
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    • Moon, thereby giving a twist in a particular direction.
    • Church party. Those concerned were people of knowledge, they
    • man's participation in the extra-terrestrial
    • be left in obscurity about this participation. The object was
    • questionable science — played a part of tremendous
    • part? It is because the gaze of human souls had to be
    • time she makes a part of it; she sees herself carried away
    • was imparted to her mind. Unfortunately, this composition was
    • the most part, puppets of the opposing Powers. For we are
    • regard it as a natural part of life, this makes it possible
    • part and parcel of the teaching that the one who represents
    • that is precisely what this particular Movement is doing.
    • themselves strongly against us. And it would be particularly
    • about particular incarnations. If this were carried to the
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    • Hence in these matters particularly it was necessary to
    • particular, entirely individual task.
    • Naturally, some part of Goethe's genius was due to the
    • we want to remember something for a particular purpose,
    • nor would particularly grave errors be incurred if the
    • further is sinful, it is presumption on the part of man.
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    • party”, and a kind of “left wing”. The
    • people is not, as a rule, imparted in the three lower
    • outer circle, the knowledge was imparted in symbols, could
    • particular vanities and the like. In many cases they are no
    • Copernicus and others has played an essential part here. For
    • — this symbolism is for the most part antiquated, and
    • address is not particularly significant; it was on the
    • newspaper article — will find nothing particularly
    • feelings should be particularly arrested by this passage.
    • beings whose whole endeavour is to impart to man certain
    • of keeping secret a large part of esoteric knowledge was as
    • especially, would all have departed; they would certainly not
    • and were obliged to take a particular path. It is precisely
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    • particular, purely external cleverness, is developed in him
    • result of certain teachings having been imparted to him
    • character. They have no particular lust for destruction. In
    • may happen that through some slight incitement, particularly
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    • present epoch of evolution we acquire our particular form of
    • Part of the power which slowly killeth me.”
    • if only for a very short time. These are particularly
    • a way that we feel ourselves part and parcel of a
    • particularly radical phenomena. For example, they speak of
    • aroused in him. That is a particular instance of an
    • wanted to take his departure, and asked for his horse. The
    • function. It is part of their handiwork — only they
    • organisation that leads a life of its own, apart from me.
    • fail to notice that certain lower parts of his organism begin
    • to function as higher parts of the organism otherwise
    • feel as if certain parts are hollow, as if something has been
    • away organs, makes what was otherwise part of our own
    • intellect. The intellect is drawn out as part of the etheric
    • man feels that part of him has become hollow and empty. This
    • development. It can be seen that certain parts of their
    • as though he has no longer any part in it — for
    • theoretical teachings, is also essentially part of it. Let us
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    • understanding particularly necessary for disciples. Contrast
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    • through his particular initiation. Again in the last lecture
    • able to participate at all in the external events. Peter was
    • give his Gospel the particular coloring it needed.” In
    • exemplified, most particularly, in Egypt. It was this
    • chapters of the Gospel, particularly the short twenty-verse
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    • their part.
    • lecturer in particular by the idol of the theosophists, Annie
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    • earlier English translations. For the most part the
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    • particular epoch. It progresses, so that anyone who attaches
    • part in the spreading of the Greco-Roman Christian culture.
    • East played its part in the culture of the West, indeed very
    • however in only one part of the earth but in the intellectual
    • although partly contradictory, is to be found in the Vedas.
    • also in distant India. It is true also of many parts of the
    • who participate in any way in spiritual life have them within
    • who spent a large part of
    • does Shakespeare choose particular qualities in Hamlet and
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    • group-soul nature. This was particularly the case with the
    • Trojan people in a particular form, specialized but
    • of Golgotha is not particularly meaningful. As yet everything
    • beginning of its great development. If we wish to play a part
    • hindrances in the way, partly because of the fact that in
    • Bible by tearing it apart, declaring that the New Testament
    • many different parts which must have been brought together at
    • out of many single parts. This opinion disturbs the serious
    • for personal edification, and do not read one part or another
    • from any particular point of view, but allow the Old
    • wonderful counterpart of these processes, and anyone who
    • in its parts over the whole world should be brought together
    • God, of being taken away from the earth and being part of the
    • particularly told to turn our attention to the figure of the
    • your attention to a particular passage which, because of the
    • gathered around Him; the Twelve whom He particularly called
    • apart from the fact that the Twelve are the five sons of
    • god, but a God in whom no nationality plays a part, a God who
    • Alexander himself did not play any significant part in
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    • loosening of the etheric body takes place; it partly leaves
    • particular notice of a remarkable passage and not to skim
    • that come from the past in a peculiar way. In particular many
    • that way, so it was not something that should be particularly
    • schools that were part of the mystery schools, and they were
    • ego, this ego had to participate in the process; everything
    • the moral element in which the ego participates. It was a
    • particular lectures since the Mark Gospel especially points
    • achieved most particularly in connection with the Gospel of
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    • part in what is called Nirvana. This is the great teaching
    • between these two individualities, at a particular moment
    • particular tells us with the utmost clarity something about
    • it happened as he sowed that one part fell by the path and
    • the birds came and devoured it. And another part fell on
    • another part fell in thorns, and the thorns grew up and
    • another part fell in the good ground and brought forth
    • acquaintance, that is this particular gentleman, had
    • things are an integral part of anthroposophical education,
    • necessary part of our inner honesty that we must be simply
    • parts. It was pointed out how the various postAtlantean
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    • four pages of this particular work have promptly closed the
    • latter part of this third culture. Such records are, for
    • Death is suffering. To be apart from that which one loves is
    • linked with any particular religion. These are facts of world
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    • revelation from one particular point of view. We might say
    • views of the East! Here we perceive as an essential part of
    • developing, everything a part of history. Where is there any
    • dramatic process, in which time plays a real part as it does
    • done earlier. It was particularly emphasized in an abstract
    • manner how each initiate was only a particular form of the
    • in one particular case do people notice that there is a
    • they belong to a particular variety of lily. But when what we
    • the Orient saw no particular point in distinguishing the
    • part in this process, so it is also in the case of the entire
    • individual man at a particular time and plays a specific part
    • understand in particular the meaning of this increase of
    • said to them: “Withdraw to a solitary place apart and
    • 6:31 And he said unto them, Come ye yourselves apart into a desert place, and rest a while: for there were many coming and going, and they had no leisure so much as to eat. \
    • holiest part of his being. Then, a few lines later, Christ is
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    • particularly what was said yesterday, that the spirit of
    • divided into twelve parts. In this way each of the Twelve
    • experienced, as in a reflected image, a part of what happened
    • disciples in particular may be described from two sides. It
    • Peter's identical experience encompasses only a twelfth part
    • event, quite apart from what happened within Peter, took
    • how they experience a real difficulty particularly in
    • become the ego, such persons split apart their human bodily
    • particular incarnation who possess this ego force in
    • than in any other part of his body. We need only recall the
    • have to break apart his body and not perceive it as it was
    • of man's nature, a large part of which has been lost through
    • It manifested itself in various parts of the earth and we can
    • itself occurred, but in other parts of the earth where the
    • Western world. In particular we can trace the descent of
    • only to grasp its external counterpart, a soul which because
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    • have an occult meaning. But in this particular chapter we
    • 6:46 And when he had sent them away, he departed into a mountain to pray. \
    • (with him Peter, and James, and John, and leadeth them up into an high mountain apart by themselves: and he was transfigured before them. \
    • this to Moses. And in this particular passage we must also
    • that Yahweh imparts the knowledge to Moses that in Phinehas,
    • issue at stake, and what is particularly significant in one
    • particular parable, or in one story or another. It is strange
    • always take their point of departure as if they were not
    • clear light on a particular point.
    • participate in this secret and know of it.
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    • particularly shown in the Mark Gospel, not so much in the
    • come a new flaming up of their own particular mission.
    • development but something that was to play a leading part in
    • of the Jews as a part of the world. That they did not
    • part of the earth.
    • participate in the path to the cross. The cup had not passed
    • draw attention to one particular passage that you will find
    • the chosen ones fled and they did not truly participate in
    • the not particularly meaningful “Go” or
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    • yesterday how a part of the life shared by Jesus and His
    • Him did not take any part in the events beginning with the
    • legs, all have a head, and a nose situated at a particular
    • point on the face, all have two eyes and a part of the head
    • failing to participate in what happened in Palestine on the
    • particular coloring needed for this Gospel.
    • one thing has been shown in particular: that the Mark Gospel
    • particularly the greatest works of Egyptian culture that sank
    • view of the world. And he experienced in particular one thing
    • thoughts may be produced if this or that part of the brain is
    • present. But if this part of the brain is missing then words
    • grounds for saying that a man can think with one part of his
    • brain or cannot think if this part of the brain is missing,
    • want you to bear in mind most particularly that the Mystery
    • Gospel, and particularly the Mark Gospel, in such a way that
    • single individuality, not man in a particular incarnation but
    • India in particular, where only that is considered valuable
    • doesn't take part in such things. In Central Europe people go
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    • the work of Goethe and Schiller, particularly Faust and the Aesthetic
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    • the work of Goethe and Schiller, particularly Faust and the Aesthetic
    • Impartiality.
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    • the need to think with exactitude and impartiality.
    • the work of Goethe and Schiller, particularly Faust and the Aesthetic
    • to admit that today's world is divided into two parts which, for
    • ordinary life our state of balance is maintained because only a part
    • which is entirely justifiable, and is indeed a part of mankind's
    • waking state the spiritual part of our being is fully given over to
    • share, of which we are a part, then we shall have to express
    • phrase can be perfectly true. But as regards the particular situation
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    • the need to think with exactitude and impartiality.
    • the work of Goethe and Schiller, particularly Faust and the Aesthetic
    • there is any talent on the part of human beings to come to such an
    • and with the utmost impartiality, if we refrain from looking with
    • the most varied parts of the world, in the very depths of mankind,
    • lives would be null and void. At the same time they must have a part
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    • the need to think with exactitude and impartiality.
    • the work of Goethe and Schiller, particularly Faust and the Aesthetic
    • ancient India described from a particular viewpoint. Though the Vedas
    • still possessed an awareness of what had once been a part of human
    • only if we remind ourselves that those who had any part in this
    • is a picture very close to us, considering that we took our departure
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    • the need to think with exactitude and impartiality.
    • the work of Goethe and Schiller, particularly Faust and the Aesthetic
    • also a part of the life of feelings — because dreams light up
    • without prejudice at the fact, once the soul has departed, the body
    • they knew the spiritual world, if they had grown to be part of it and
    • the body and what departs again at death. Anthroposophy is the very
    • invited me to visit him. I had never partaken of a midday meal with
    • course of evolution. The human race, in particular, has changed.
    • major global questions. In Central Europe people are particularly
    • human beings had no part in immortality. Such a life would be a fraud
    • come to play a part in ordinary human life. The questions of the
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    • the need to think with exactitude and impartiality.
    • the work of Goethe and Schiller, particularly Faust and the Aesthetic
    • different point of view. The part of the human being that lives here
    • forced relationship to it. The love which leads us to a particular
    • more than a particularly elaborate chemical compound. Spiritual
    • science shows that externally the cell is indeed a particularly
    • consciousness, for Inspiration is a cosmic force. A part of this
    • bones. We imagine the same of a corpse. The airy part of our organism
    • intimately a part of ourselves as, say, our skeleton. Yet it is a
    • part of our organism. The air as it is outside us, and at the next
    • moment within, only to be outside again at the next, is a part of our
    • out, though for the most part this takes place unconsciously.
    • Physically, too, part of what happens through breathing takes place
    • He takes it into the dampened down part of his consciousness. And
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    • the need to think with exactitude and impartiality.
    • the work of Goethe and Schiller, particularly Faust and the Aesthetic
    • spiritual part of our life in the cosmos. The spiritual part of our
    • the later part of the Greek era. Only then did people want to
    • cerebral fluid than with the solid parts of the brain, his thoughts
    • and in the second part of
    • rest of the organism — apart from the brain — but was
    • enabled to perceive their element of spirit and soul by partaking of
    • they seek. Obviously the greater part of mankind today rejects this
    • necessarily generally valid or particularly obvious. But I want to
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    • the work of Goethe and Schiller, particularly Faust and the Aesthetic
    • towards the will aspect? It was that part which descends from realms
    • strengthening of intellectual life has come over mankind particularly
    • is this intellectual element which is so much a part of the human
    • and from the second part of
    • element of soul and spirit does participate. Above all it takes in
    • and metabolism. This blue part in the drawing is the head organism.
    • his appearance until the moment of his departure. In order to simply
    • most part these things are not taken into account, and people
    • necessary to develop an impartiality which enables him to take
    • meanwhile mankind is indeed moving in the direction of impartiality
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    • the need to think with exactitude and impartiality.
    • the work of Goethe and Schiller, particularly Faust and the Aesthetic
    • descending from the spiritual worlds, and then at how it departs from
    • spiritual world. We shall take particular account of what happens in
    • transformation takes place when the human being departs from physical
    • find, as one part of the content of his soul, something that is like
    • part of the content of his soul cannot be described as anything other
    • life, because it actually represents a part of our pre-earthly
    • also metamorphosed in such a way that it falls into two parts. What
    • part into which fear is transmuted is our will. All our will
    • the spiritual world, which quite naturally becomes a part of their
    • particular nuance. If you have done something that does not satisfy
    • you, this too gives your feeling of self a particular nuance. Our
    • Today we shall approach them from a particular standpoint which will
    • Testament. What was particularly characteristic of this heathen
    • living element of which human thoughts were the dead counterpart.
    • One part
    • of this heathen world that was particularly filled with life was that
    • was particularly strong in the world of these ancient Greek peoples.
    • of all heathen cultures, but it was particularly marked among the
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    • the work of Goethe and Schiller, particularly Faust and the Aesthetic
    • then the spirit departs from nature, because thoughts are the corpse
    • metabolism, which is located mainly in the limbs and the lower parts
    • our head is for the most part a metamorphosis — not in its
    • you how the ideas of the Old Testament, which I partly described
    • conscience as yet play no part in these dramas. Inner necessity,
    • strongly in those parts of Europe, which had retained much of their
    • In Part One we have the
    • struggle. Then we come to Part Two. In the Classical Walpurgis-Night
    • mood that lives in the second part of Faust contains this being
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    • the work of Goethe and Schiller, particularly Faust and the Aesthetic
    • is marked particularly by the appearance of the
    • working to bring the second part of the drama to a conclusion, Goethe
    • part of them in this fifth post-Atlantean period. Today there is a
    • parts also in our hands and feet is the result of what rays down from
    • the watery element. All the solid parts of our brain are embedded in
    • vibration of the solid parts of our brain with the cerebral fluid
    • we go up even further into the etheric parts, into the light element,
    • surging movement. The external, solid parts of our breast
    • sends the possibility for the solid parts, such as those in the
    • recognized for what he is. If you study only the solid parts of the
    • human being, the parts which are shown in the illustrations in
    • all these illustrations of the solid parts of the human organism
    • delicate parts which live in the physical constituents. These can
    • I think particularly of how, in the
    • especially in the second part. Goethe brought it to
    • thirdly he says that those people in particular who want to work out
    • person who played his part in bringing about the situation that now
    • mistakes for party political reasons, instead of setting about
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    • the work of Goethe and Schiller, particularly Faust and the Aesthetic
    • only on a part of the human being, the head part, while all the rest
    • his professor. But apart from this, Goethe does not show us much of
    • into intellectualism. Intellectualism came from the part of the earth
    • particularly deeply entrenched, for instance in Voltaire,
    • all this the extraordinary part which Schiller played in this
    • now look towards the eastern part of Europe. But we cannot look in
    • external facts, particularly on the greatest personalities of the
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    • the need to think with exactitude and impartiality.
    • the work of Goethe and Schiller, particularly Faust and the Aesthetic
    • particularly in their most important period, was a mood of soul which
    • considerable part of
    • in 1790 and some additional parts as well. Goethe held back the
    • Fragment, and also the parts which Goethe omitted, we find that here
    • It is quite typical of Schiller to make his point of departure a
    • simply a departure from the arid forces he had as, say, a thirty-five
    • working on the second part from about 1824 until his
    • part of
    • Faust's redemption. He cannot abide by the conclusion of Part One, in
    • depicted in Part Two. We see how the strong inner being of man
    • thread broke. Look at the second part of
    • human spirit towards a particular goal of evolution. We are
    • Part Two is rubbish. So he drafted a plan of what it ought to
    • nineteenth century, a man of party politics, only a bit more crude
    • than were party men in the nineteenth century. It was not an
    • Theodor Vischer was such a one — who stated: The second part of
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    • the need to think with exactitude and impartiality.
    • the work of Goethe and Schiller, particularly Faust and the Aesthetic
    • asked whether — apart from what is given us in the Faust drama
    • modern soul constitution. Schiller in particular, with his
    • important to depart from the usual external characterization of
    • the external and the internal human being are drawn apart. The ego
    • apart from the earth. So those who were the rulers of the Grail also
    • had to be apart from earthly life. Lohengrin, the son of Parzival,
    • part together with external impulses that could be comprehended by
    • history tells us that those required to take part in the Crusades
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    • the need to think with exactitude and impartiality.
    • the work of Goethe and Schiller, particularly Faust and the Aesthetic
    • for soul and spirit. But for the most part this longing remains
    • thoughts. This capacity, this sense of smell, is for the most part
    • part already lost. They must not be allowed to get lost, but only if
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    • apart: on the contrary, they work more and more together. Our task is
    • sometimes alchemical participation of the ego.
    • a leader of angels. As the Light Bearer he has particular gifts for
    • has especially interested itself in the material. Partially in
    • the physical one. For the most part the realm of soul and spirit has
    • his authority, all of this without effort on the people's part.
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    • apart: on the contrary, they work more and more together. Our task is
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    • work apart: on the contrary, they work more and more together. Our
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    • apart: on the contrary, they work more and more together. Our task is
    • one particular characteristic of which sight must never be lost. It
    • as the initiates of the Mysteries imparted this wisdom in directives
    • moral impulse from what had been imparted by the initiates in
    • such as came with Christianity was not an integral part of paganism.
    • a part of the third millennium of the post-Christian era has elapsed,
    • equally with economic life, as an integral part of the social
    • fact that people are taken up with the most divergent shades of party
    • socialist party program and an anti-socialist program can be
    • particular advantage to him is the short-sighted, narrow conception
    • their radical differences, the two parties play into each other's
    • Gospels. Each party plays into the hands of the other, furthering the
    • the two predominates in human consciousness at a particular epoch of
    • possible. When the students want to take up some particular post,
    • “preserving jars” of wisdom are a particularly
    • separate and apart. Just think — if one were so disposed one
    • the head to play any part in a professed view of the world. But after
    • play a part, of course; but the way in which people today often speak
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    • apart: on the contrary, they work more and more together. Our task is
    • says: No matter whether it be on the part of monarchies or republics
    • phrases! No particular emphasis is laid on the tense: “In the
    • particular hour is devoted to religious instruction, which is given
    • was expressed for religious teaching apart from any denomination. At
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    • apart: on the contrary, they work more and more together. Our task is
    • every case it is a matter of defining the particular characteristics.
    • occupy a place separate and apart; this pagan culture was such that
    • particularly bear in mind. Human beings living on earth within the
    • dependent upon what was imparted to them from the Mysteries. And
    • actually permitted to take part in the ceremonies, undoubtedly
    • an inspiration that such a child must be allowed to participate. And
    • formerly could be imparted to humanity only through revelation,
    • spirit-and-soul-consumption is particularly encouraged by Ahriman
    • as well. Everywhere today we see parties being formed for one object
    • desire to have it where party opinions and party programs are
    • every party program: but the one who establishes the validity of the
    • another in parties because the soundness of every party opinion
    • — at any rate the main party opinions — can be proved
    • whereas in this case they were compiled solely in support of party
    • conflicting party programs can be proved equally correct, our
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    • obligation incumbent upon everyone to whom luciferic beings impart
    • These things are part of
    • the art of thinking have become part of evolution only because they
    • say with the particular territory on earth where they are born; and
    • they would all be satisfied with their own particular vision, for
    • by healthy human reason can be part of the struggle which leads
    • A certain willingness on the part of humanity is necessary to
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    • apart: on the contrary, they work more and more together. Our task is
    • concerned more particularly with the relationship in which humanity
    • a particular idea takes effect in the form of will — of that we
    • no part in it at all. A typical natural scientist describes the
    • happened in the mineral kingdom prior to this particular point of
    • although, in fact, humankind has always been part of this external
    • this Atlantean evolution, immorality of a particular kind was rampant
    • that one part of the earth subsided and another arose. But it will
    • integral part of the earth. These are the truths that reveal
    • part of the chain of causes and effects.
    • remains separate and apart from the course of nature. Nearly
    • human life, are part and parcel of the course of nature. According to
    • part taught as abstractions today. Nothing much is accomplished by
    • is only in its partial manifestations that nature counteracts
    • are hidden to a great extent from our powers of cognition. The part
    • art, to a place separate and apart from external reality. They feel
    • contained in the second part of Goethe's
    • where as I have shown in the case of particular passages, the imagery
    • entirely apart from humanity. But the truth is quite the reverse.
    • configuration of the earth quite differently and with his particular
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    • ancient wisdom has one particular characteristic of which
    • recognised as the Initiates of the Mysteries imparted this
    • had been imparted by the Initiates in this way. The moral
    • came with Christianity was not an integral part of Paganism.
    • of Christ in the flesh, so, before only a part of the third
    • part of the social organism — to that same extent
    • men are taken up with the most divergent shades of party
    • other. A socialist party programme and an anti-socialist
    • will be of particular advantage to him is the short-sighted,
    • in spite of their radical differences, the two parties play
    • word-for-word reading of the Gospels. Each party plays into
    • consciousness at a particular epoch of time. It was a
    • the student wants to take up some particular post, again he
    • a particularly favourable means of furthering Ahriman's
    • existence is entirely separate and apart. Just think —
    • want the head to play any part in a professed view of the
    • heart alone. The heart must play a part, of course; but the
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    • powers work apart: on the contrary, they work more and more together.
    • on the part of monarchies or republics — what has been
    • utter them, but so often as mere phrases! No particular
    • divided among the various clergy. A particular hour is
    • religious teaching apart from any denomination. At first I
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    • powers work apart: on the contrary, they work more and more together.
    • in every case it is a matter of defining the particular
    • separate and apart; this Pagan culture was such that man felt
    • something we must particularly bear in mind. — The
    • discernment. They were dependent upon what was imparted to
    • were such that this child was actually permitted to take part
    • such a child must be allowed to participate. And when the
    • the power of intellect, what formerly could be imparted to
    • spirit-and-soul-consumption is particularly encouraged by
    • other things as well. Everywhere to-day we see parties being
    • discernment, nor do they desire to have it where party
    • opinions and party programmes are concerned. With
    • out for every party programme: but the one who establishes
    • life. Men oppose one an