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  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • human personalities, the better it pleased a certain materialistic
    • is another type — indeed the two are often mixed in one personality
  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • human personalities, the better it pleased a certain materialistic
    • is another type — indeed the two are often mixed in one personality
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • unconscious. If a person sees something belonging to the outer world
    • cosmic name of a person was found in accordance with what he
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • unconscious. If a person sees something belonging to the outer world
    • cosmic name of a person was found in accordance with what he
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • science in the sense that any unprejudiced person trained in natural
    • inner qualities of another person. Just as the chemist can split water
    • What activity does a person usually engage in when he confronts his
    • A person observed in this activity seems to be engaged in something
    • such concentration is to be fruitful, that person must indeed become
    • person who does exercises of this kind. And if he continues to do them
    • are not well suited to spiritual research. The less a person tends in
    • of hallucinations and visions that a person remains passive; he
    • clouds; that's a lily, that's a rose.” Leading a person from one
    • developed, so that a person can reach the stage of giving himself
    • person doing the exercise forgets his body so completely that he not
    • Copernicus. But a truly religious person knows that God's glory and
    • A truly religious person can grasp that religion is only enriched and
    • the spiritual world. A person who has not worked his way into the
    • previously in the realm of the spirit only by a person who had learned
    • Those persons who make Christianity the basis for battling against
    • person says to us, “I've just been given money by someone who owed me
    • true that a person who is not a researcher in this field can be
    • person — if I may use this analogy — who might have approached
    • continents. But anyone fearing for Christianity is like the person
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  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • science in the sense that any unprejudiced person trained in natural
    • inner qualities of another person. Just as the chemist can split water
    • What activity does a person usually engage in when he confronts his
    • A person observed in this activity seems to be engaged in something
    • such concentration is to be fruitful, that person must indeed become
    • person who does exercises of this kind. And if he continues to do them
    • are not well suited to spiritual research. The less a person tends in
    • of hallucinations and visions that a person remains passive; he
    • clouds; that's a lily, that's a rose.” Leading a person from one
    • developed, so that a person can reach the stage of giving himself
    • person doing the exercise forgets his body so completely that he not
    • Copernicus. But a truly religious person knows that God's glory and
    • A truly religious person can grasp that religion is only enriched and
    • the spiritual world. A person who has not worked his way into the
    • previously in the realm of the spirit only by a person who had learned
    • Those persons who make Christianity the basis for battling against
    • person says to us, “I've just been given money by someone who owed me
    • true that a person who is not a researcher in this field can be
    • person — if I may use this analogy — who might have approached
    • continents. But anyone fearing for Christianity is like the person
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  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy as a Substance of Life and Feeling
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    • clairvoyant seeks him, he tries to see him some time after the person
    • which to hear a dead person who wishes to be perceived by you, who
    • person is speaking within their soul. They will gradually learn to
    • torments because this longing cannot be satisfied. A person who is
    • person is an anthroposophist, the departed one will in that case be
    • soon after death the dead person still has a certain connection with
    • should clothe our thoughts in the language which the dead person was
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy as a Substance of Life and Feeling
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    • clairvoyant seeks him, he tries to see him some time after the person
    • which to hear a dead person who wishes to be perceived by you, who
    • person is speaking within their soul. They will gradually learn to
    • torments because this longing cannot be satisfied. A person who is
    • person is an anthroposophist, the departed one will in that case be
    • soon after death the dead person still has a certain connection with
    • should clothe our thoughts in the language which the dead person was
  • 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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    • Christian era does one find individual men of personal importance in
    • spiritual streams of earlier times may appear to us, yet persons and
    • personalities, to a Socrates or Pericles, a Phidias, a
    • Personality, as such, begins to be marked. That is the
    • and I do not only mean the remarkable personalities themselves, but
    • individuality, upon each personality. In these last three thousand
    • years it has become a question of personality, if we may say so; and
    • personality to another, we got no really clear understanding of what
    • cultivation of the personality. We may say that we can see in the
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture II: The basis of knowledge of the Gita, the Veda, Sankhya, Yoga.
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    • yesterday, said by qualified persons to be the most important
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture III: The union of the three streams in the Christ Impulse, the Teaching of Krishna.
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    • is it to me,” says such a person, “to learn how the world
    • will advance myself by developing my own powers.” Such a person
    • Christianity that we feel he is personally interested; he gives the
    • we find in the Gita sentiments of a personal kind such as we find in
    • that we might not be a burden to any.” How personal all this is!
    • A breath of the personal runs through the Pauline Epistles. In the
    • quite impersonal, calm and passionless, was given to the Hindus; while
    • — bear, as it were, an entirely personal, often a passionate
    • alluded to everyday occurrences, of a person of whom it had been
    • an essence in every man, but who' as an actual external personality
  • 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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    • these give the impression of being permeated by personal emotions,
    • personal views and points of view, by a certain, for the whole
    • and wisdom, higher than the Epistles of St. Paul. But what is a person
    • earth, from the way they can be depicted by another person who can
    • age from the old. In the advance of mankind, one person must first
    • to Rajas, not in terms of purity and clearness, but in a personal
    • often like a personal characteristic pulsating in the Epistles of St.
    • personal because it was the finest blossom of the dying epoch, which,
    • decisive for that time. Personality had drawn into human nature
    • the personal element speaks; that is why a personality thunders
    • The personal had then come to him, he was confronted for the first
    • had to take a personal part in it. Therefore he does not describe in
    • Christ as something in which man is directly and personally concerned.
    • Was it not to become personal experience? Was not Christianity to draw
    • into what is most intimately personal, warm it through and through,
    • first time could only do so as a personal experience. We can see how
    • personality. Thus the presentations of the Gita and of the Pauline
    • the descriptions are impersonal, while St. Paul had to work the
    • personal into his words. It is that which on the one hand gives the
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture V: The spiritual nature of Maya. Krishna - the Light-Halo of Christ. The Risen One.
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    • given to one person individually, for they are in reality exactly what
    • printing. For while one person who takes up the Gita today sees in it
    • Corinth. The situation had there arisen of a number of persons having
    • account become a personal matter to the whole of mankind, because
  • Title: Lecture: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • acts performed by the Christ, with the way in which this unique Personality
    • personalities as these. When we look back to the relation which in former
    • personal knowledge. Their knowledge does not transcend sense-cognition,
    • personalities who have built up their knowledge and their wisdom from out of
  • Title: Lecture: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • acts performed by the Christ, with the way in which this unique Personality
    • personalities as these. When we look back to the relation which in former
    • personal knowledge. Their knowledge does not transcend sense-cognition,
    • personalities who have built up their knowledge and their wisdom from out of
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • of air-vibrations is like a person who says: Man has only his physical
    • knowledge that has an individual-personal bearing. If we did not
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • Think of a person whose soul is fired with enthusiasm for a high moral
  • Title: Bridge Between: Cover Sheet
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    • Science, Goetheanum, Dornach. No person is held qualified to form a
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • prior to a person's birth he lives in the mother's womb in a dreaming,
    • happening in the world outside. If by virtue of his karma a person
    • such a person would have to be born on the sixth day of January. Joan
    • Central Europe, notice a person who earlier in his life did not yet
    • cosmic forces. If some event in this person's life brought about his
    • Hence, when a person who for some time was leading an external
    • conversion. We will want to look into the soul of such a person and
    • characteristics. What is called the national mentality of a person
    • period of time. A person dying in a war, however, loses his ether body
    • vice versa. I have frequently used the following example. A person
    • personal reasons but because I want to characterize the way our
    • for the past fifty years and had many personal dealings with Darwin,
    • England and Scotland; these were pleasant and fruitful personal
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • prior to a person's birth he lives in the mother's womb in a dreaming,
    • happening in the world outside. If by virtue of his karma a person
    • such a person would have to be born on the sixth day of January. Joan
    • Central Europe, notice a person who earlier in his life did not yet
    • cosmic forces. If some event in this person's life brought about his
    • Hence, when a person who for some time was leading an external
    • conversion. We will want to look into the soul of such a person and
    • characteristics. What is called the national mentality of a person
    • period of time. A person dying in a war, however, loses his ether body
    • vice versa. I have frequently used the following example. A person
    • personal reasons but because I want to characterize the way our
    • for the past fifty years and had many personal dealings with Darwin,
    • England and Scotland; these were pleasant and fruitful personal
  • Title: Lecture: The Concepts of Original Sin and Grace
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    • man in ordinary life — it is the word ‘Personality’. This
    • man's personality, then we may be able to judge why it was that he
    • may be. Everything that is done out of these impulses bears a personal
    • and sapless. These ‘ideals’ cannot be called personal;
    • they are abstract ideas, lacking the full-blooded vigour of personal life.
    • ego into the physical-material world, has unfolded personality while
    • must rise, not merely with abstract concepts but with personality to
    • Man will eventually ascend to higher spheres with his personality. But
    • into the ocean of physical-material life, he finds his personality, he
    • astral body — in short, he dives down into his personality. But now
    • must stream towards him a reality in every sense as ‘personal’
    • he enter into something that is a ‘personal’ reality? How can he
    • character of personality? There is only one way whereby this can be
    • to himself a Personality as inwardly real as the personality below in
    • the flesh is real. Who is this Personality Whom man must draw to himself
    • if he is to ascend into the Spiritual? This Personality is none other than
    • lives in us, abstract ideas are invested with a personal character.
    • unfold a higher Personality. This is the Christ-Personality Whom he
    • personal form presented to him in the Events of Palestine, in the
    • invested with the force of personality than by allowing the Christ
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  • Title: Lecture: The Concepts of Original Sin and Grace
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    • man in ordinary life — it is the word ‘Personality’. This
    • man's personality, then we may be able to judge why it was that he
    • may be. Everything that is done out of these impulses bears a personal
    • and sapless. These ‘ideals’ cannot be called personal;
    • they are abstract ideas, lacking the full-blooded vigour of personal life.
    • ego into the physical-material world, has unfolded personality while
    • must rise, not merely with abstract concepts but with personality to
    • Man will eventually ascend to higher spheres with his personality. But
    • into the ocean of physical-material life, he finds his personality, he
    • astral body — in short, he dives down into his personality. But now
    • must stream towards him a reality in every sense as ‘personal’
    • he enter into something that is a ‘personal’ reality? How can he
    • character of personality? There is only one way whereby this can be
    • to himself a Personality as inwardly real as the personality below in
    • the flesh is real. Who is this Personality Whom man must draw to himself
    • if he is to ascend into the Spiritual? This Personality is none other than
    • lives in us, abstract ideas are invested with a personal character.
    • unfold a higher Personality. This is the Christ-Personality Whom he
    • personal form presented to him in the Events of Palestine, in the
    • invested with the force of personality than by allowing the Christ
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  • Title: Lecture: Esoteric Studies: Cosmic Ego and Human Ego
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    • by it. Opinions expressed by other persons will be disregarded; the
    • principle. What does a person become when he is possessed by such a
    • His personal possession, just as man in his way does not possess them.
    • were such an important personality as Christ Jesus was? If it is said
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    • by it. Opinions expressed by other persons will be disregarded; the
    • principle. What does a person become when he is possessed by such a
    • His personal possession, just as man in his way does not possess them.
    • were such an important personality as Christ Jesus was? If it is said
  • Title: Lecture: Conscience and Wonder as Indications of Spiritual Vision in the Past and in the Future
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    • But we find still another type of person in the present time. This
  • Title: Lecture: Conscience and Wonder as Indications of Spiritual Vision in the Past and in the Future
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    • But we find still another type of person in the present time. This
  • Title: Lecture: Introductory Lecture. Winter Session, 1911-1912
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    • the narrow limits of personal activity — must have a beginning
    • and every normal, thinking person will approve of the cultivation of
    • “Christ” Suppose some person — the authoress of this
  • Title: Lecture: 'Chance' and Present-day Consciousness. An Easter Meditation
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    • me and not one of the persons concerned had any doubt about it. But
  • Title: Lecture: The Forces of the Human Soul and Their Inspirers. Kalewala: The Epic
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    • be added, to the most impersonal, “non-Palestinian”
    • — because only so can the impersonal element be preserved in a
  • Title: Lecture: The Idea of Reincarnation and Its Introduction Into Western Culture
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    • Vinci among many others. The West speaks of the single personality
    • from birth to birth, from death to death, but to the one personality
    • the personality, of the single life of the human being. Only now, when
    • were for the single personality — to discern a principle of
    • personalities, through many lives. A perspective of the future fraught
    • as it were, into separate personalities, but now that men stand on the
    • And then we may think of another life, the life of the personality
    • single personality.
    • Going further, we can speak of that most remarkable personality who
    • hand pointing forward so significantly, as a personality drawn from
    • model for a personality depicted in this picture, namely, the
    • personality of Paul.
    • through the single personalities, and in what vivid perspective the
    • single personality stands there before us!
  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of the Earth
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    • however, there were such persons — although nowadays they would,
    • of course, only be found in very remote districts. If such a person
    • when they were capable of wonder, they must have been persons who
  • Title: Lecture: The Signature of Human Evolution The Advancing Individuality
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    • to concentrate primary attention on the single personality living on
    • personality, whose life between birth and death runs its course on the
    • Suppose a man dreams that some unknown person comes to him, someone he
    • This person comes into his life of dream and various things happen
    • ... Finally he realises that this person whom he cannot recall, who died
  • Title: Lecture: Consciousness, Memory, Karma
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    • this characteristic: during your life it is your own, personal
    • possession, part of your own, personal “estate.” Memories
    • innermost possession, a possession remaining in you as a personality,
    • life-ether it is the “registered mark” of your personality.
    • following period of eternity as the register of your personality.
    • personality to enable these actions and the effects of them to be
    • preserved in the form of personal memories has been inscribed into the
    • performed on Earth. And just as the personal memories are inscribed
    • personal memories which have been recorded as an abiding inscription
    • his personal memory, and his astral body into the bearer of karma.
    • forces which make it the bearer of man's personal memory. The astral
    • being that lives on? Firstly, his personal memories; secondly, his
  • Title: Lecture: Form-creating Forces
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    • expression of the human personality, something specifically connected
    • Personality” to that of “Spirits of Form; the
    • “Archangeloi” to that of “Spirits of Personality”
    • Form,” but the succeeding Spirits of Personality do not, at once,
    • some young person living today are announced. That is a very different
    • that whereas in olden times, leadership was vested more in persons, in
    • wisdom, objective knowledge; personal leadership will recede and
    • and more supersede the element of personality” ... Suppose
    • directed to his own person; thereby he became an “Initiate.”
    • attempts to base some truth upon narrow, personal authority — a
    • in this case, the authority of a personal teacher — exists in the
    • the test for themselves, can the other person say: “That is
    • culture over the whole Earth. Not for personal reasons, not for
    • necessary to protest against the introduction of the personal element
    • heartache is not caused by personal or human considerations but for
    • the very outset that the most intensely personal element is
    • new Statesman or a great General. A certain person who is striving
  • Title: Lecture: Foreword
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    • personality, to allow him to experience to the full the significance
    • full development of the forces of the personality, whereby the
    • unfold these forces of personality.
    • pet projects and personal ambitions. The warnings given in this
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 1
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    • for every thinking and feeling person, a life-aim that includes the
    • what the person had had in the physical was to be retained. In this
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 2
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    • from the mere form of the seed. But a person who was endowed with a
    • Beginnings or Archai or Spirits of Personality. We find these when we
    • beings, one of which was personified in the sun and the other in the
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 3
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    • enlightened persons, were successors of men who had already lived in
    • had already disappeared. There were advanced persons and retarded
    • persons and, in accordance with the whole nature of evolution at that
    • persons sent out from this colony in Asia had to mix with other
    • Manu. Among these other peoples were many persons who had retained the
    • had to start with the souls of the persons whom they met in the lands
    • that ensouls and personifies things. There is no such
    • only one type; all four types would show some traces in each person,
    • It was entirely different with the more advanced persons, with the
    • appearance by which he can be recognized. Few persons would recognize
    • greater influence over the physical body. If today a person were to
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 4
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    • picture that stood before the meditating person at that time. This
    • person, it was quite different from a teacher confronting a pupil
    • forces in this manner. If a person who was especially sensitive stood
    • of the sensitive person. In ancient Egypt such a telepathic influence
    • Let us think of a sick person, who is sick because certain bodily
    • person with occult training knows that when the physical body
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 6
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    • know, for example, that the high spiritual personality of Yahweh
    • influences of Isis and Osiris from the moon. Whether a person became
    • Isis and Osiris work inwardly in every person, in respect to his
    • higher nature. Thus every person is double-sexed, having both lungs
    • and larynx. Every person, whether man or woman, has the same number of
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 8
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    • the sun, which is the reason for the feeling that every healthy person
    • evil forms. Hence the feeling that the naive and unspoiled person has
    • every person was virginally reproductive. This stage of evolution is
    • the deity in person — are washed in a sequestered lake: slaves
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 9
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    • today there are occasional persons who have preserved it as a natural
    • spiritual world, but he also knew that for the normal person of the
    • person can well imagine of a Greek temple, that even if it stood in a
    • personality. This was also the case in the earlier cultures. The
    • Egyptian did not feel himself as a separate person, but as an
    • laid little worth on feeling himself to be a person, but it was his
    • greatest pride to be a Spartan or an Athenian. To be a personality, to
    • time in Rome. That a personality could be something for itself was
    • invented in ancient Rome. The will of the single personality had
    • be done with its property, its own things. The single personal man was
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 10
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    • during his life a person was a gourmet, taking great pleasure in
    • physical, and after death the person feels a real lust for what
    • which selected persons could look into the spiritual worlds in full
    • person who is the reincarnation of an earlier man, who has developed
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 11
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    • does the ordinary person who dies. He experienced it differently and
    • impression. But when a person performs the exercises of meditation and
    • place that makes it possible for the person to see the spiritual world
    • knew from direct experience what another person could learn only
    • through revelation. A person thus initiated could, out of his own
    • into the spiritual world. He could then transmit this to other persons
    • intelligence was connected with this. If today we examine a person in
    • this is still the color that glitters in the aura when the person's
    • exceptional cases, persons equipped with inferior clairvoyant gifts
    • persons who have remained standing at a certain stage of evolution,
    • Then such persons are translated to the astral plane and they see this
    • him. It may be necessary, when a person is ill, that the forces of a
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 12
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    • When man became a personality, God also had to become a personality in
    • conscious of his personality. Earlier, man still lived in the heights
    • person today who accepts something as Indian teaching has no idea that
    • was. Today we see in a people, only a group of persons who can be
    • persons filling a certain area. But this is not a people for one who
    • single persons within the people belong to the folk-soul. They are as
    • person. For the occultist spiritual experiences are entirely valid,
    • incorporation of the folk-soul. If the single person thinks, feels,
    • becomes permeated by the thoughts and feelings of the single persons.
    • color-shadings from the single persons.
    • and in the single person, as his members.
    • nothing personally; if I say something, Osiris must speak; if I do
    • man's raising his own personality; it arises through his taking into
    • himself something that transcends the boundaries of personality, a
    • person experiences all this again. It comes back to him as a memory.
    • person of the fifth period. He remembers what he saw and heard at that
    • a mighty whole when we understand that the single person is only an
    • he sees how just those persons who should understand the science of
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • These two poles become evident when we observe a person placed in two
    • vent to it by striking the person who insulted him. We are there
    • your own thinking, of your personal resolutions. When someone knocks
    • these two streams can, however, come about only if a person is able to
    • personality then takes place. The Maitreya Buddha will reveal his
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    • These two poles become evident when we observe a person placed in two
    • vent to it by striking the person who insulted him. We are there
    • your own thinking, of your personal resolutions. When someone knocks
    • these two streams can, however, come about only if a person is able to
    • personality then takes place. The Maitreya Buddha will reveal his
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • friends of our cause bring me quotations from this or that person, or
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • friends of our cause bring me quotations from this or that person, or
  • Title: Lecture: Facing Karma
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    • is profound wisdom to know that to be a good person is one of the most
    • good person. To accomplish this we must consider from different points of
    • become a decent person. He has found a real foothold in life. He realizes
    • life is less wise. If it was left to this less wise person in us to make a
    • souls and stronger personalities.
    • parched with desire.” Simple reflection upon the influence of personal
    • experiences. He seeks a person who seems accidentally to cross our paths.
    • to meet this or that person? What is he basing himself on? In answer, we
    • happened much earlier. The wiser man in us leads us to this person because
    • incurred a debt in one way or another. We are led to this person as though
    • the persons who were once our parents. This happens during the middle of
    • our thoughts accordingly, then we can learn a great deal. When a person at
    • relationships if we consider hypothetically that the person may have once
    • wiser man in us will lead us back to this person in a subsequent life in order
    • is something quite personal. We never can transcend the personal level
    • the attempt to emancipate oneself from the complacent personal self, the
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    • is profound wisdom to know that to be a good person is one of the most
    • good person. To accomplish this we must consider from different points of
    • become a decent person. He has found a real foothold in life. He realizes
    • life is less wise. If it was left to this less wise person in us to make a
    • souls and stronger personalities.
    • parched with desire.” Simple reflection upon the influence of personal
    • experiences. He seeks a person who seems accidentally to cross our paths.
    • to meet this or that person? What is he basing himself on? In answer, we
    • happened much earlier. The wiser man in us leads us to this person because
    • incurred a debt in one way or another. We are led to this person as though
    • the persons who were once our parents. This happens during the middle of
    • our thoughts accordingly, then we can learn a great deal. When a person at
    • relationships if we consider hypothetically that the person may have once
    • wiser man in us will lead us back to this person in a subsequent life in order
    • is something quite personal. We never can transcend the personal level
    • the attempt to emancipate oneself from the complacent personal self, the
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • personally, more and more, the spiritual power that came from without
    • aesthetic sense. Every experience with this person, whether of teaching
    • and myself. One of these, the person mentioned above, left us upon the
    • watchfulness of a spiritual personality. But then when it came to
    • conversation with this personality — one may call it conversation since
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    • personally, more and more, the spiritual power that came from without
    • aesthetic sense. Every experience with this person, whether of teaching
    • and myself. One of these, the person mentioned above, left us upon the
    • watchfulness of a spiritual personality. But then when it came to
    • conversation with this personality — one may call it conversation since
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    • person and he does it, this, too, is inscribed, through the relation
    • of the content of our words to what the person does. In short, the
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    • person and he does it, this, too, is inscribed, through the relation
    • of the content of our words to what the person does. In short, the
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    • In making this statement I am not just voicing my personal opinion, but
    • synchronous vibration with spiritual existence. Henceforth such a person
    • for it must originate in the dead personality itself. In such a case it will
    • and more persons will discover that Spiritual Science, contrary to
    • human existence, upon my personal opinion of this science. Spiritual research
    • leads one away from personal views as they are generally understood, inasmuch
    • long as an attitude of good will is maintained by that person. I am going to
    • consciousness through personal experience, be accepted by spiritual research
    • to find a person who is not delighted by a performance of the Seventh
    • worthy of an educated person's attention. And let us turn our gaze aside
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    • In making this statement I am not just voicing my personal opinion, but
    • synchronous vibration with spiritual existence. Henceforth such a person
    • for it must originate in the dead personality itself. In such a case it will
    • and more persons will discover that Spiritual Science, contrary to
    • human existence, upon my personal opinion of this science. Spiritual research
    • leads one away from personal views as they are generally understood, inasmuch
    • long as an attitude of good will is maintained by that person. I am going to
    • consciousness through personal experience, be accepted by spiritual research
    • to find a person who is not delighted by a performance of the Seventh
    • worthy of an educated person's attention. And let us turn our gaze aside
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    • and spirit that enables a person to attain to such cognition and
    • an advanced level on which one attains the personal experiences in
    • presentation. The problem of how one may gain personal comprehension
    • what would be conveyed in personal instructions. Thus it must initially
    • be noted that most people require the aid of a personal teacher in
    • this field. Some might be of the opinion that a person can develop in
    • life personal guidance is supposedly necessary. The nature of such
    • guidance, however, gives sufficient guaranty that no person comes by
    • in a person, but nobody, not even his closest friend, need notice
    • require one thing of the aspirant without which no higher personal
    • without personal guidance. He who sets forth the guide-lines must be
    • personality. These qualities are symptoms and direct results of the
    • confronts each person. There is one golden rule that must be followed
    • Therefore, a person seeking mystical development must first of all
    • be so incorporated into one's being that a person becomes enabled to
    • objectively as a chemical might be tested in an experiment. A person
    • and calm logical thinking, or a person who has such decisions but has
    • acquire new characteristics, thoughts and inclinations. A person must
    • through sheer force of will. A formerly careless person must get
    • and small matters. The clearer the issues that a person perceives
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    • and spirit that enables a person to attain to such cognition and
    • an advanced level on which one attains the personal experiences in
    • presentation. The problem of how one may gain personal comprehension
    • what would be conveyed in personal instructions. Thus it must initially
    • be noted that most people require the aid of a personal teacher in
    • this field. Some might be of the opinion that a person can develop in
    • life personal guidance is supposedly necessary. The nature of such
    • guidance, however, gives sufficient guaranty that no person comes by
    • in a person, but nobody, not even his closest friend, need notice
    • require one thing of the aspirant without which no higher personal
    • without personal guidance. He who sets forth the guide-lines must be
    • personality. These qualities are symptoms and direct results of the
    • confronts each person. There is one golden rule that must be followed
    • Therefore, a person seeking mystical development must first of all
    • be so incorporated into one's being that a person becomes enabled to
    • objectively as a chemical might be tested in an experiment. A person
    • and calm logical thinking, or a person who has such decisions but has
    • acquire new characteristics, thoughts and inclinations. A person must
    • through sheer force of will. A formerly careless person must get
    • and small matters. The clearer the issues that a person perceives
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    • that when a person is born he does not penetrate strongly enough with
    • person refuses to absorb the soul-spiritual. This night organization
    • of a person lying in bed — not of the invisible man, who is
    • human being, for example when a person gets stuck with a splinter and
    • that frequently develops in a person with a fever, it could be
    • possible to provide quite a bit of strength to a second person, if
    • organism, a person receives something that goes up to the finest
    • Waldorf education, we would not expect that every person could be a
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    • that when a person is born he does not penetrate strongly enough with
    • person refuses to absorb the soul-spiritual. This night organization
    • of a person lying in bed — not of the invisible man, who is
    • human being, for example when a person gets stuck with a splinter and
    • that frequently develops in a person with a fever, it could be
    • possible to provide quite a bit of strength to a second person, if
    • organism, a person receives something that goes up to the finest
    • Waldorf education, we would not expect that every person could be a
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    • Now, as a rule, I am disinclined to speak of personal matters, but in the
    • personal existence. He could then experience the outer course of
    • with a soul permeated by spiritual science. Such a person would have
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    • Now, as a rule, I am disinclined to speak of personal matters, but in the
    • personal existence. He could then experience the outer course of
    • with a soul permeated by spiritual science. Such a person would have
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    • which a person experiences the spiritual content within himself, and receives
    • brings a person to union with the higher spirituality. A higher power, in
    • happen that someone were really to gain the gratification of his personal
    • brotherhood attach to prayers arising out of personal wishes, and the
    • was that emanated from the Godhead and flowed into a person to become
    • to life in the external world, the observer notices a person's connections
    • only in the person himself, but in all with whom he is in any way
    • of what is individual and personal in man.
    • man's wrong-doings as a separate personality, result from qualities in the
    • temptation takes upon himself a personal fault, or failure.
    • The ego, or true personality, too, can commit faults. The Paradise story
    • in which it is individually and personally at fault.
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    • which a person experiences the spiritual content within himself, and receives
    • brings a person to union with the higher spirituality. A higher power, in
    • happen that someone were really to gain the gratification of his personal
    • brotherhood attach to prayers arising out of personal wishes, and the
    • was that emanated from the Godhead and flowed into a person to become
    • to life in the external world, the observer notices a person's connections
    • only in the person himself, but in all with whom he is in any way
    • of what is individual and personal in man.
    • man's wrong-doings as a separate personality, result from qualities in the
    • temptation takes upon himself a personal fault, or failure.
    • The ego, or true personality, too, can commit faults. The Paradise story
    • in which it is individually and personally at fault.
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    • is through Lucifer that he lives as a personality. Originally,
    • our personality. But our value for the world must be seen to lie
    • man become a free personality. The evil was the sub-soil into which
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    • is through Lucifer that he lives as a personality. Originally,
    • our personality. But our value for the world must be seen to lie
    • man become a free personality. The evil was the sub-soil into which
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    • ask you whether you could imagine any person being desirous of
    • What every person does instinctively when confronted by any being
    • when the latter convey nothing to a person. Indeed we may here adopt,
    • soul itself can apply to itself. Every other person is a
    • accordance with the law of blood relationship. A person is born of a
    • memory. A person experiencing no more than what he perceives by his
    • not only to what had happened to themselves personally, but also to
    • lived not only in his own personal world, but because within him there
    • person felt himself to be merely a member of an entire line of
    • development; and just as the person who has passed through the stages
    • the man began to live his own personal life. Thus, in an unmixed blood
    • power of personal experience.
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    • ask you whether you could imagine any person being desirous of
    • What every person does instinctively when confronted by any being
    • when the latter convey nothing to a person. Indeed we may here adopt,
    • soul itself can apply to itself. Every other person is a
    • accordance with the law of blood relationship. A person is born of a
    • memory. A person experiencing no more than what he perceives by his
    • not only to what had happened to themselves personally, but also to
    • lived not only in his own personal world, but because within him there
    • person felt himself to be merely a member of an entire line of
    • development; and just as the person who has passed through the stages
    • the man began to live his own personal life. Thus, in an unmixed blood
    • power of personal experience.
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    • another person. This will not be so strongly visible upon his face as a
    • person, it is therefore significant — indeed, it is to some extent a
    • is a good person and that is an evil one. Just as to-day we know that
    • that this is a good person and that a bad one ... Of course, there will
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    • another person. This will not be so strongly visible upon his face as a
    • person, it is therefore significant — indeed, it is to some extent a
    • is a good person and that is an evil one. Just as to-day we know that
    • that this is a good person and that a bad one ... Of course, there will
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    • perhaps when a person becomes an emotional fidgety-gibbet, that is to
    • that pass like an epidemic from person to person and thus those who are
    • the tenuous interest that may exist in the core of a person's soul for his
    • This exercise is based on the fact that the person's ego is brought
    • Again, there is a way of helping a person with such symptoms, provided
    • the person is made healthier.
    • In still another exercise a person should endeavor to watch himself the
    • then, is to be done? The answer is for the person guiding the child or
    • weak-willed person will be the victor. This is a most significant phenomenon
    • weak-willed person will have been brought about by the adviser whose
    • has made on you. Your personal relationship with him should be
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    • perhaps when a person becomes an emotional fidgety-gibbet, that is to
    • that pass like an epidemic from person to person and thus those who are
    • the tenuous interest that may exist in the core of a person's soul for his
    • This exercise is based on the fact that the person's ego is brought
    • Again, there is a way of helping a person with such symptoms, provided
    • the person is made healthier.
    • In still another exercise a person should endeavor to watch himself the
    • then, is to be done? The answer is for the person guiding the child or
    • weak-willed person will be the victor. This is a most significant phenomenon
    • weak-willed person will have been brought about by the adviser whose
    • has made on you. Your personal relationship with him should be
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • opposite activity in the head, in the nerve-sense system, when the person
    • nerve-sense system becomes so strong in the person suffering from
    • which should always work in the healthy organism. This is when a person
    • person to take up the remedy through the metabolic system, which then
    • about a change one would have to count upon the insight of every person
    • an effect on the health and illness of a person — if not immediately,
    • whereby we attempt, through purely soul-spiritual influences, from person
    • to person, — which I naturally cannot describe in detail any more
    • that one can hardly approach the ill person with rational discussion. As a
    • the person moving them, The vowel aspect is transformed so that the
    • person makes healthy movements which are drawn out of eurythmy and
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    • opposite activity in the head, in the nerve-sense system, when the person
    • nerve-sense system becomes so strong in the person suffering from
    • which should always work in the healthy organism. This is when a person
    • person to take up the remedy through the metabolic system, which then
    • about a change one would have to count upon the insight of every person
    • an effect on the health and illness of a person — if not immediately,
    • whereby we attempt, through purely soul-spiritual influences, from person
    • to person, — which I naturally cannot describe in detail any more
    • that one can hardly approach the ill person with rational discussion. As a
    • the person moving them, The vowel aspect is transformed so that the
    • person makes healthy movements which are drawn out of eurythmy and
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    • by a person without practical knowledge of that particular subject. Take,
    • a case that might be compared in practice with that of a person who, on
    • not arise. When a person feels the full truth of these words, it will be easy
    • the thoughts that underlie reality. The person experimenting ought not to
    • window and remark to the person who happened to be with him, “In three
    • events and whatever else may come with them. As a rule, when a person
    • this habit persists, such a person will never experience the occasion when
    • satisfied if they can just remember a person's name. But if it is desired to
    • to oneself, “I shall recall exactly the person I saw yesterday, also the
    • accurately what the person he has met looked like, what he wore, and
    • arise and how a person who has been practicing exercises like these can
    • this theory in terms of thought, let us imagine that this person is the only
    • task. It is usually a useless effort to try to convince a person with little
    • knowledge of life through reason. Such a person does not see the reasons
    • to convince another person by means of logical reasoning. What really
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    • by a person without practical knowledge of that particular subject. Take,
    • a case that might be compared in practice with that of a person who, on
    • not arise. When a person feels the full truth of these words, it will be easy
    • the thoughts that underlie reality. The person experimenting ought not to
    • window and remark to the person who happened to be with him, “In three
    • events and whatever else may come with them. As a rule, when a person
    • this habit persists, such a person will never experience the occasion when
    • satisfied if they can just remember a person's name. But if it is desired to
    • to oneself, “I shall recall exactly the person I saw yesterday, also the
    • accurately what the person he has met looked like, what he wore, and
    • arise and how a person who has been practicing exercises like these can
    • this theory in terms of thought, let us imagine that this person is the only
    • task. It is usually a useless effort to try to convince a person with little
    • knowledge of life through reason. Such a person does not see the reasons
    • to convince another person by means of logical reasoning. What really
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    • because it emanates from one person or another. We found communities
    • wants to be a person on his own, to be an individual only. You drive
    • the personal element, through which every single man feels himself an
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    • because it emanates from one person or another. We found communities
    • wants to be a person on his own, to be an individual only. You drive
    • the personal element, through which every single man feels himself an
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    • in marketing, that a healthy person cannot possibly be sustained
    • it is. Diet, through spiritual development, becomes the personal
    • must be confident that when a person has perceived the truth of
    • “Just as when I see another person and it dawns on me that in
    • A person, of course, can adopt either diet as a panacea if he
    • corresponding results. If by eating meat a person is relieved of
    • bound up with, the external world. When a person takes his
    • will no longer restrict himself to a narrow life. The person who is
    • easily to lift themselves out of their narrow circles. The person
    • person's eyes whether or not he produces his own fat. It can be
    • seen in the eyes of a person whether or not his astral body is
    • of character are created when a person takes his nourishment from
    • spiritual science that when a person drinks alcohol, it takes over
    • the specific activity that otherwise belongs wholly to the person's
    • ego. A person who drinks much alcohol needs less food and his body
    • called forth by the ego's inner penetration. Thus, a person can
    • support from milk. If a person were to live exclusively on milk for
    • This is a matter for the individual. One person is able to do it,
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    • in marketing, that a healthy person cannot possibly be sustained
    • it is. Diet, through spiritual development, becomes the personal
    • must be confident that when a person has perceived the truth of
    • “Just as when I see another person and it dawns on me that in
    • A person, of course, can adopt either diet as a panacea if he
    • corresponding results. If by eating meat a person is relieved of
    • bound up with, the external world. When a person takes his
    • will no longer restrict himself to a narrow life. The person who is
    • easily to lift themselves out of their narrow circles. The person
    • person's eyes whether or not he produces his own fat. It can be
    • seen in the eyes of a person whether or not his astral body is
    • of character are created when a person takes his nourishment from
    • spiritual science that when a person drinks alcohol, it takes over
    • the specific activity that otherwise belongs wholly to the person's
    • ego. A person who drinks much alcohol needs less food and his body
    • called forth by the ego's inner penetration. Thus, a person can
    • support from milk. If a person were to live exclusively on milk for
    • This is a matter for the individual. One person is able to do it,
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    • Let us assume that someone were to say that if a person does not already
    • assume that a person commits a theft. In so doing the person incurs a
    • ourselves what really motivates the person who lies or steals. The liar or
    • thief seeks personal advantage — the liar perhaps wishing to wiggle out
    • does gain an advantage through lying or stealing. If the person were now
    • I am seeking my own personal advantage. I refrain from stealing because if I
    • action will say to himself that it is an illusion to seek personal advantage
    • these human souls just as a corpse falls away at a person's death. The
    • persons who did not take the Christ into themselves during the earth
    • person and all will be in order. The trouble is that one must first know
    • how one goes about really being a good person. Our contemporary
    • That would be grotesque nonsense. A person finds himself in the same
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    • Let us assume that someone were to say that if a person does not already
    • assume that a person commits a theft. In so doing the person incurs a
    • ourselves what really motivates the person who lies or steals. The liar or
    • thief seeks personal advantage — the liar perhaps wishing to wiggle out
    • does gain an advantage through lying or stealing. If the person were now
    • I am seeking my own personal advantage. I refrain from stealing because if I
    • action will say to himself that it is an illusion to seek personal advantage
    • these human souls just as a corpse falls away at a person's death. The
    • persons who did not take the Christ into themselves during the earth
    • person and all will be in order. The trouble is that one must first know
    • how one goes about really being a good person. Our contemporary
    • That would be grotesque nonsense. A person finds himself in the same
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    • We shall then see what a great impact on a person's everyday life these
    • We have got it and yet we haven't got it. Many a person struggles at some
    • forces. Where does man himself, as an ordinary person, belong? The part
    • for the person's later development; for lessons taken in purely through
    • other aspects, and that a person can eat without having studied
    • botanists. It is that the educator has to be born in a person and not that
    • other person's being. This will come about as a matter of course if people
    • the other person but notice at the most that one person has a more pointed
    • another person, who is, let us say, a railway clerk, asks you how his life
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    • We shall then see what a great impact on a person's everyday life these
    • We have got it and yet we haven't got it. Many a person struggles at some
    • forces. Where does man himself, as an ordinary person, belong? The part
    • for the person's later development; for lessons taken in purely through
    • other aspects, and that a person can eat without having studied
    • botanists. It is that the educator has to be born in a person and not that
    • other person's being. This will come about as a matter of course if people
    • the other person but notice at the most that one person has a more pointed
    • another person, who is, let us say, a railway clerk, asks you how his life
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    • between people is fundamentally a complicated matter. When one person
    • meeting, in the confrontation between one person and another. We must
    • person stands opposite another, when one person meets another? Nothing
    • less than that a certain force works from one person to the other. The
    • between them. We cannot confront another person in life with
    • interchange between two people. The impression which one person makes
    • frequently find in social life that one person gets lulled to
    • one person to dull the consciousness of the other so that a social
    • also present. If you meet a person you are continuously standing in a
    • one's personality, in opposition to the social structure of society.
    • the pendulum between social and anti-social forces. The person who
    • are indeed the pillars on which personal independence rests. At
    • when a person on his own account, for his individual self, must evolve
    • personalities, as the center of the review. What have we gained from
    • this or that person who has come into our life? This is our natural
    • forms part of us could not be there at all unless this or that person
    • this or that person — if we try to see ourselves in the mirror of
    • merely to hate or love something connected with the person, but to
    • souls as the products of these persons. In this way we acquire the
    • consist? As we have seen, it consists of one person trying to put the
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    • between people is fundamentally a complicated matter. When one person
    • meeting, in the confrontation between one person and another. We must
    • person stands opposite another, when one person meets another? Nothing
    • less than that a certain force works from one person to the other. The
    • between them. We cannot confront another person in life with
    • interchange between two people. The impression which one person makes
    • frequently find in social life that one person gets lulled to
    • one person to dull the consciousness of the other so that a social
    • also present. If you meet a person you are continuously standing in a
    • one's personality, in opposition to the social structure of society.
    • the pendulum between social and anti-social forces. The person who
    • are indeed the pillars on which personal independence rests. At
    • when a person on his own account, for his individual self, must evolve
    • personalities, as the center of the review. What have we gained from
    • this or that person who has come into our life? This is our natural
    • forms part of us could not be there at all unless this or that person
    • this or that person — if we try to see ourselves in the mirror of
    • merely to hate or love something connected with the person, but to
    • souls as the products of these persons. In this way we acquire the
    • consist? As we have seen, it consists of one person trying to put the
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    • Hermann Grimm while I was in personal contact with him, there was one
    • about Hermann Grimm — not thinking of him as a personality but as a
    • personality, for the thinking of thousands and thousands of scholarly
    • man's life of soul. The only persons who can gain satisfaction from
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    • Hermann Grimm while I was in personal contact with him, there was one
    • about Hermann Grimm — not thinking of him as a personality but as a
    • personality, for the thinking of thousands and thousands of scholarly
    • man's life of soul. The only persons who can gain satisfaction from
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    • one's desires: one person would pray for rain, another for sunshine
    • always associated with worldly desires, with personal demands of a
    • unchanged. They have not changed so much as your personal experiences.
    • must live in such a way that the individual does not commit personal
    • sins. Personal sins are the consequences of errors on the part of the
    • wisdom. What is of importance is that we experience personally the
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    • one's desires: one person would pray for rain, another for sunshine
    • always associated with worldly desires, with personal demands of a
    • unchanged. They have not changed so much as your personal experiences.
    • must live in such a way that the individual does not commit personal
    • sins. Personal sins are the consequences of errors on the part of the
    • wisdom. What is of importance is that we experience personally the
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    • personification or what you will, in those ancient schools of wisdom
    • itself free from the human-personal in him, so that in his thoughts he
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    • personification or what you will, in those ancient schools of wisdom
    • itself free from the human-personal in him, so that in his thoughts he
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    • How often it is the case that a man would like to be a person of note
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    • How often it is the case that a man would like to be a person of note
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    • conception and birth are rising up within him. But for a person with
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    • conception and birth are rising up within him. But for a person with
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • personalities of world-historic development of recent times —
    • have a similar relation to the average person in the street as does a
    • no more right to judge than a blind person has the right to pass
    • has been transformed even more by such a personality as Schiller, and
    • still more by a personality who stands in no relation at all to
    • a forgetful child, he will still be a forgetful person today. One can
    • etheric body. When the ordinary person learns, he learns with the
    • become a different person. His habits and temperament must change;
    • which is beyond gender, beyond the personal — to rise to the
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • personalities of world-historic development of recent times —
    • have a similar relation to the average person in the street as does a
    • no more right to judge than a blind person has the right to pass
    • has been transformed even more by such a personality as Schiller, and
    • still more by a personality who stands in no relation at all to
    • a forgetful child, he will still be a forgetful person today. One can
    • etheric body. When the ordinary person learns, he learns with the
    • become a different person. His habits and temperament must change;
    • which is beyond gender, beyond the personal — to rise to the
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    • We should consider what eminent persons have said about the relation
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  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • his marked personality, the expression of Christian ideals of that
    • time. The Christian type of his days, not the individual personal
    • concern themselves with the single personality, with the individual.
    • with a certain understanding for the representation of the personality
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    • his marked personality, the expression of Christian ideals of that
    • time. The Christian type of his days, not the individual personal
    • concern themselves with the single personality, with the individual.
    • with a certain understanding for the representation of the personality
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • personality.
    • and in spite of his strong personality, the basic expression of
    • not the individual human personality, appeared in the foreground.
    • interest in the individual personality. But little by little a
    • certain understanding for the representation of the personality
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • personality.
    • and in spite of his strong personality, the basic expression of
    • not the individual human personality, appeared in the foreground.
    • interest in the individual personality. But little by little a
    • certain understanding for the representation of the personality
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    • teaching, making a personality whom he calls ‘Faustus’ the
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  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 1
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    • outwards in perceiving another person's thought. Of course, when we
    • of another person.
    • the ego of another person, we are with our entire experience in the
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 2
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    • external knowledge, even if not personal vision — there was
    • evolution. One may dismiss his personality as of no interest, but yet
    • from one person, but from a number of people. They find that
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    • one goes through the world as a superficial person and one will not be
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • is of very great significance. A personality who was most deeply devoted to
    • that one can really do for Raphael as a personality is to write of how one
    • about the earthly personality of Raphael at all.
    • The truth is, my dear friends, this earthly personality of Raphael was
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • Elijah refer to the same person. In non-English speaking
    • is of very great significance. A personality who was most deeply devoted to
    • that one can really do for Raphael as a personality is to write of how one
    • about the earthly personality of Raphael at all.
    • The truth is, my dear friends, this earthly personality of Raphael was
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    • souls; what seems to be remote from us personally is often what the
    • once to the other person. This is the greatest error when it is a
    • it is caused by the death of a child or of an older person.
    • called egotistical pain. An older person who has died does not lose us
    • the case of an older person, we must direct our thoughts of
    • right intercourse with an older person it is very important to
    • will enable us to come into connection with an older person who-has
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    • souls; what seems to be remote from us personally is often what the
    • once to the other person. This is the greatest error when it is a
    • it is caused by the death of a child or of an older person.
    • called egotistical pain. An older person who has died does not lose us
    • the case of an older person, we must direct our thoughts of
    • right intercourse with an older person it is very important to
    • will enable us to come into connection with an older person who-has
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture I: The Egyptian period, and the present time.
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    • personality; he felt himself more as a Spartan or as an Athenian, than
    • than from his own personal power. The Roman on the contrary appears to
    • personality. Hence in the Roman kingdom there appears something very
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture II: Ancient Wisdom and the new Apocalyptic Wisdom. Temple sleep. Isis and the Madonna. Past stages of Evolution. The bestowing of the Ego. Future Powers.
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    • were now placed before the soul of the person who was in the
    • us suppose for example that a certain illness befalls a person and
    • case of a person who occupies himself much with mathematical ideas
    • remarkable connection between the mental life of a person and the
    • non-mathematical person whereas it might be possible to heal the other
    • sense-free ideas. The more a person is accustomed to think apart from
    • In ancient times when a person was ill it was customary to place
    • causes of disease lies outside the individual personality. A person
    • may observe that a person who is inwardly most healthy may fall ill,
    • personality he is today. This period is called the Lemurian epoch. The
    • priests — and when a person was raised to the vision of those
  • 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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    • Beginnings), called also the Spirits of Personality. These are the
    • persons is entirely abstract, but for those who are able to see into
    • of Personality, or Archai.
  • 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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    • Spirits of Personality or Original Forces, or, in Theosophical
    • as the Spirits of Personality or Archai. As man is made up of these
    • Spirits of Personality. There are Beings, for example, who stream
    • controlled by the Spirits of Personality. The task of the Spirits of
    • many Spirits of Personality different ones have been the directors of
    • Spirits of Personality in the Zeitgeist; as Archangels in separate
    • need of water, the Archangels of air, and the Spirits of Personality
    • person there to rotate the axis no planetary system can be produced.
  • 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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    • man within his own personality; and tear him away from blood
    • his own personality by giving him His inward power, thereby making
    • which sought to centre man in his own personality. We can see how the
  • 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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    • kind of feeling of personality, no feeling of selfhood, had as yet
    • evolution. It is quite natural for a person to experience a feeling of
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture XI: The progress of man. His conquest of the physical plane in the post-Atlantean civilizations. The beginning and up-building of the 'I am.' The chosen people.
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    • yourselves an exceedingly rich person who has never known anything but
    • results from well-doing. Picture this person now as doing something
    • same time a gift; it would never have existed if the rich person had
    • through its reflection, which streams back to him from the person in
    • instance, was a “personality” well known to the Atlanteans;
    • in touch with personalities who rose to meet them, who developed
    • but in Europe personal bravery and personal excellence were considered
    • of environment in ancient Europe caused even uninitiated persons to
    • a strong sense of personality developed in them, a special sense of
    • the divine worth of the human personality, and, above all, a strong
    • it was this consciousness of the personality which the people of
    • sense of freedom, or a feeling for personality, sprang from the causes
    • his strong sense of personality if he was to be conscious of his
    • extinction of his personality; this was of more value to him than life
    • within that personality. We must try to understand the mood of this
    • Christ has not only come once, but only once in personal form; His
    • personality. Those with the greatest spiritual force, who had remained
    • personality in them; a union was formed between matter and the human
    • dwelt in them, that spirit could become personality in them.
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture X: The reflection in the fourth epoch of mans experiences with the ancient Gods and their way of the Cross. The Christ-Mystery.
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  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture XI: The reversing of Egyptian remembrance into material forms by way of Arabism. The harmonizing of Egyptian remembrance. The Christian impulse of power in Rosicrucianism.
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    • person incarnates again and again and the soul enters into new bodies
    • When a person speaks of races today he speaks of something that is no
    • Under certain circumstances a callous person may pass by a highly
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  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Introduction by Marie Steiner
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    • The individual personality evolves within the general evolution of
    • tragedy of the personality lies in its severance from the spiritual
    • death and re-birth of the personality, the ego-being of striving
    • The personality had to come into being, it had to comprehend itself,
    • Formerly his task was to complete the education of the personality,
    • the Mystery of Golgotha only the karmic fate of a noble personality
  • Title: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • Christ in the person of Jesus of Nazareth. So many
    • understanding with the other person concerning
    • the Will-element, and everything in another person's
    • or to see the Will-power of one person working
    • way to gain influence over another person's Will is
    • another. A person must first translate his wishes
    • another person's cognition, and they should touch
    • rest in the personality, the individuality, of each
    • personal concern; and that the realm of common life,
    • when a person stands before us, his effect upon us
    • brought about from person to person after the so-called
    • person, according to the disposition of the person
    • persons to whom the apostles came had already
    • must have a personal, inward character, and the
    • personal will of each Jesuit pupil had been
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    • Christ in the person of Jesus of Nazareth. So many
    • understanding with the other person concerning
    • the Will-element, and everything in another person's
    • or to see the Will-power of one person working
    • way to gain influence over another person's Will is
    • another. A person must first translate his wishes
    • another person's cognition, and they should touch
    • rest in the personality, the individuality, of each
    • personal concern; and that the realm of common life,
    • when a person stands before us, his effect upon us
    • brought about from person to person after the so-called
    • person, according to the disposition of the person
    • persons to whom the apostles came had already
    • must have a personal, inward character, and the
    • personal will of each Jesuit pupil had been
  • Title: Riddle of Humanity: Contents
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    • How a person grows into the three spiritual realms of wisdom, beauty
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    • soul, rooted in such a way that a person finds much of it
    • that the inner destiny of a person is connected with what thus emerges
    • philistine — or was some other kind of person who was bound to
    • characteristics. If there is a preponderance of M, the person gives
    • character of a person depends on how much M they possess and how much
    • contain. A different type of person arises depending on whether more
    • simply describing this one type of person. At present there are
    • particular individual, a maximum quantity, so that the person appeared
    • person would be of a different type and would only have the outward
    • showed himself to be a gifted person, with many ideas about what was
    • upper hand in a person, that person becomes neurasthenic; for a human
    • dogs. The dog is the symbol of evil. Just as a person is neurasthenic
    • describes what happens when one meets a person and looks them in the
    • because this corresponded so well to his personality. He was
    • yet his personality is typical. This is an especially pronounced
    • develop into such an extraordinary person? Now, suppose that one could
    • so, it is hypothetical, for I did not personally observe Weininger's
    • Instead of the person being able to separate himself from the astral
  • Title: Lecture: Riddle of Humanity: Lecture Two
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    • will-impulses. But, alongside these, this person also lived another
    • and the lack of it in dreams is really of this nature. A person is
    • the sun at its appointed time. A person must be able to apply the
    • his healthy waking consciousness a person also has, living in the
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    • contemptible stuff that a spiritually striving person does not even
    • clings to this prejudiced mode of experience. A person who is living
    • one represents materialism in the way the aforementioned personages
    • world does not make one a materialist; a person becomes a materialist
    • to develop a personality and would never be able to acquire freedom.
    • he can only do so by developing a personality through his earthly
    • free person. Take some worthwhile book like Dante's Divine
    • altogether conceivable, a person of today might come to know Dante's
    • person. Not there. We do not have to strive for knowledge in order to
    • free person. And we have progressed to the Earth period from the Moon
    • referring to forces, not to the outer form. You can let a person's
    • person's head is different from the head of anyone else and the
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    • way. For the most part, such a person is only thinking of how the
    • about how a person's head has actually been formed in the spiritual
    • them their full meaning. In the course of his development, a person
    • significant truths. A person develops here on the physical plane by
    • necessary. A person who does not strive for truth displays a human
    • defect; a person who opposes the good also displays a human defect;
    • but a person who is unable to understand the Sistine Madonna would not
    • one but ourselves. A person without regard for the truth is harmful to
    • others; a person who has no regard for the good is harmful to others,
    • as well as to the spiritual world, as we know. But a person who is a
    • physical process in the human being: a person takes in air and then,
    • Thus, one really can say that when we look at a person's head, the
    • head. This implies that the person must be awake. If a man is asleep
    • the more subconscious realm of the body, seizing the whole person. The
    • morality. When a person is in the grip of knowledge, or perception, or
    • head is involved in the process. And because a person is not able to
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    • How a person grows into the three spiritual realms of wisdom, beauty
    • person leads between birth and death. Think of what we have said in
    • summarise. Here on earth, a person's aura carries a kind of remnant of
    • whole person, the human being is subsequently divided up into the
    • The person who does not give in to his animal instincts is not
    • moral ideas, it nevertheless streams into the physical person, into
    • the abdomen, and the temperate person is the one who is able to rule
    • that surrounds the head. A person who feels and responds a little to
    • a work of art. Within the head, however, the person is gripped
    • and truth take hold of a person as he wakes from sleep. Although it is
    • not physically visible, the way a person is taken hold of and received
    • perhaps they will be improved later. A person should speak to the
    • When a person awakens to the life of beauty, other spirits surround
    • personifies beauty:
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    • development of earthly culture for the age when a person will have to
    • become the head of the next incarnation. Thus, the passage of a person
    • wheat plant, as its fruit. A person who wants to discover why it
    • grain of wheat. A person who investigates the utility of everything
    • person acquires is the transformation of the organism, exclusive of
    • person who experiences the guidance of Christ to transform knowing
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    • to each another. I do not refer here to movements of the whole person
    • which makes you aware of the  I  of another person,
    • in us then. The basis of your being able to perceive another person as
    • sense, we are referring to the ability of one person to be aware of
    • science would have us believe that when one person meets another he
    • person's  I  affects me directly through my ego
    • between things. And if a person has divided up the senses so as to
    • it bluntly, such a person might believe that all this is the product
    • different. At that time a person was not so separated from his outer
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    • person's inner constitution, on his state of being as regards spirit,
    • often drawn your attention to the fact that when a person of today
    • Spirit of Personality and an Archangel, or between a Spirit of Form
    • senses. More than a few persons who claim to represent a particularly
    • consciousness it is not possible — thank God! — for a person
    • the world does not move backwards. As soon as such a person stumbles
    • conflict so readily. But a musical person whose thinking is
    • way of relating to the spiritual world could only be found in a person
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    • such things are immediately taken personally and awaken personal
    • of the external appearance of a brave person, or a coward, or an
    • indignant person, or of someone who is addicted to sleep. There, in a
    • personally. In many respects they positively want to use the personal
    • which is the only world to which it can rightly be related, the person
    • person becomes powerless if, his physical body is too weak to stand up
    • following occurs: in such cases, a person relates to the world in a
    • What does this imply? It implies that this person has somewhat altered
    • that is faintly suggestive of the Old Moon visions. Nor can a person
    • circumstances a person can enter into this other state. Then, if the
    • impossible to understand the full significance of the changes a person
    • describes or portrays a person's I directly, in the way the person
    • reason, Schiller says that the person who conforms to the necessities
    • emotions. There, also, a person must follow a natural necessity rather
    • finds it in what occurs when a person forms something aesthetically
    • — when rational necessity inclines towards what the person loves
    • person ceases simply to want what the body wants; instead, sensual
    • mental is merely mental only because the person is not able to make
    • person and the person who works in an aesthetic field do not act in a
    • person has a sense for being in accord with reality, then an aesthetic
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    • certain period of time will elapse before it will be heard by a person
    • this other person (C) moves faster than the speed of sound. As he
    • organs ... and so on. The person who created this way of thinking
    • one another. Indeed, one finds many such echoes between personalities
    • in one culture and personalities in another. Only by observing these
    • If I may be allowed to mention something personal, I should like to
    • another person. Thus I was trying to approach his ideas realistically.
    • impressions about what kind of person this or that thinker was.
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    • of the Earth. And, as you know, a person can always develop the power
    • to prevent them from having access to us. The person who tries to
    • the person in question is moving toward the comforts of Lucifer and
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    • way that a person's thoughts do not consist in a repetition of
    • Rather, as we heard yesterday, when a person thinks, his thoughts are
    • incarnations, as the person experiences the whole of Earth existence.
    • Just consider how much is contained in what a person thinks! Would it
    • gates of death into the substance of the world, so that a person can
    • however, everything that a normally-developed person thinks —
    • spiritual content. In such a case it does not remain in the personal
    • Earth, a conception is first embedded in the person's own etheric body
    • what I said earlier about a person being able to correct what has been
    • produced by a person out of himself can be corrected later. But if you
    • does the contents of spiritual science have to play for a person who
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    • specially adapted to the case of each individual person so that it
    • certain person in the group is the reincarnation of a great and
    • occurs is that various persons will rise up in terrible revolt against
    • happen. Has the person really been convinced in such cases? No, there
    • person to undertake the task without any regard for whether or not
    • calculate what to say to a person in order to create a certain effect
    • ahrimanic arts are employed to influence the person who has been a
    • influence a person and bring him to believe that some human being or
    • other person having to resort to the ahrimanic arts. But the ahrimanic
    • things. He has a great understanding for how a person can develop a
    • reality, he is not understood. In such cases, a person is met on all
    • passions, be these personal or national. Therein lies a radical
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    • independently of seeing or hearing the person; it does not depend on
    • person will agree its beginnings must undeniably be, namely, to
    • impulses. Observing a person spiritually-scientifically, we can see
    • when a person himself speaks involves a much smaller portion of the
    • organism, it has a very particular effect. When another person
    • are very few who understand how the art and manner in which a person
    • our own  I  is derived from other persons. We do not
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    • bringing a person into relation with the outer world, are subject to
    • Without these, a person's growth would be a continuous process between
    • Soon a person will not be able to walk
    • spiritual science. A person who can observe the fine details of
    • Personalities like Lord Bacon, Bacon of Verulam, more or less set the
    • tone of an age. In the case of such persons, the biography is of much
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    • came into the world and prepared the way for a [person] Mightier than I. I have
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    • personality) as of experiences in which he had played an immediate
    • fanatic, nor simply a ‘gifted man’, as well meaning persons no doubt
    • great to be confined to the narrow limits of the personality born at
    • Himself in a personality upon Earth. However much they may differ in
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    • high in rank as the Thrones, whom we call Spirits of Personality or
    • Personality now took in hand, as it were, the substance that issued
    • etheric body was elaborated by the Spirits of Personality together
    • Spirits of Personality who should have reached the goal due on Saturn,
    • for these Spirits of Personality who had fallen behind on Saturn to
    • Personality could create no more on the Sun than formerly on Saturn: a
    • Personality performed their task on Saturn, and not on the Sun, there
    • the Spirits of Personality; and such beings are active on all higher
    • Earth issued from cosmic darkness. The Spirits of Personality
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    • body, but also develop his own impulses in personal freedom. All this
    • extirpate the personal element: ‘Destroy that which gives you a
    • personal Ego, and look back to those ancient times in which the ties
    • would thrust you into the personal Ego; strive to know what bound men
    • lays stress upon his personal Ego, and seeks his being in himself
    • personal Ego and spare no effort to become conscious that you are all
    • leaving aside everything personal, then you have the right
    • old initiates had nothing to bring forward against the personal Ego
    • possible for man to cultivate his own personality; it is possible that
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    • for one person to yawn when he sees another do so. In those days the
    • work within themselves. Nowadays, a person who knows nothing of
    • past life takes place when a person finds himself in peril of death,
    • sought to establish man in his individual personality. Lucifer and the
    • tendency of men to seek the firm standpoint of their own personality.
    • and momentous experience for mankind. Human personality was to be
    • personality, was to find the very beings whom he had formerly known as
    • progress. A contemporary personality in Eastern Europe, the executor
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    • individual personality with the great Father-Spirit of the world. It
    • shame, we may say that when a person feels ashamed, it is as if he
    • seen by those around him; what takes place in a person who feels shame
    • Again when a person is terrified, he seeks to protect himself against
    • the person's ‘inherited tendencies’. How grossly is this expression
    • I will give you an example to show how absurdly a person may err when
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    • having worked through the person of Jesus of Nazareth, united itself
    • year, the personality whom we know as Jesus of Nazareth was so far
    • journey by personal experience and described this particular incident
    • outer world was in the sense that a high personality who had
    • to the previous life of the person in question but to concentrate upon
    • Earth were ‘sons of the gods’. These personalities sojourning here
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    • if an influence of this kind were to pass from one person to another.
    • more persons were always necessary for the exercise of this kind of
    • could not have found the persons necessary for this event in other
    • personal self, which is confined within the limits of birth and death,
    • ‘As regards my person I am a unit; but I am a member of a great
    • prevailed among these persons. Do not say: ‘This wine would have been
    • think that no person of refined feelings could fail to be repelled
    • principle dwells in you! This is different from the personality of man
    • have sinned, nor has his personality, usually referred to as ‘I’; but
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    • inherent in the female personality. A marvellous preparation precedes
    • another personality. For this purpose it was necessary that Christ
    • personality between birth and death, nor to inheritance, but to the
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    • upon a personal footing. Great thinkers who are in touch with the
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    • research. In these places certain persons were thrown into abnormal
    • nowhere stated that any person who had not been duly prepared could
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    • individuality who appeared to the world in the person of the Initiate
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    • we see the same person again a few days later. Can you believe it
    • us to behold, in personal vision, the Event of Golgotha, and to live
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    • know how to look at what happens to the physical body when a person
    • person suffering from speech impediments or. muteness, there is some
    • disables this temple convolution completely and prevents the person
    • means when a person has a healthy left convolution of the brain. But
    • words, whenever they see another person move, children inwardly
    • only when a person is left-handed and habitually tends to do most of
    • person, the right convolution of the brain was structured in the same
    • You see, this comes about because when a person is used to doing a
    • and so forth. All of this merely points to the fact that the person
    • When a person is
    • side and will also hear and see a bit better on that side. The person
    • standing at various points on the earth. And one person, let us say,
    • less affected by these cosmic forces use more vowels. Persons born in
    • direction where the strong forces come from. If a person is standing
    • birth, the sun is in Aries, that person will tend to use more
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    • know how to look at what happens to the physical body when a person
    • person suffering from speech impediments or. muteness, there is some
    • disables this temple convolution completely and prevents the person
    • means when a person has a healthy left convolution of the brain. But
    • words, whenever they see another person move, children inwardly
    • only when a person is left-handed and habitually tends to do most of
    • person, the right convolution of the brain was structured in the same
    • You see, this comes about because when a person is used to doing a
    • and so forth. All of this merely points to the fact that the person
    • When a person is
    • side and will also hear and see a bit better on that side. The person
    • standing at various points on the earth. And one person, let us say,
    • less affected by these cosmic forces use more vowels. Persons born in
    • direction where the strong forces come from. If a person is standing
    • birth, the sun is in Aries, that person will tend to use more
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    • side of a person would start quarrelling with the right side over
    • person unless one knows how to look for him in a spiritual way — for
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    • side of a person would start quarrelling with the right side over
    • person unless one knows how to look for him in a spiritual way — for
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    • truths are at once taken in too personal a way and awaken personal
    • become so personal and really want to let personal feelings cloud
    • about itself, then the person concerned will be strong enough to
    • mean? It means that the person will to some extent inwardly alter his
    • detail! Thirty persons were invited to be the audience. They were no
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    • truths are at once taken in too personal a way and awaken personal
    • become so personal and really want to let personal feelings cloud
    • about itself, then the person concerned will be strong enough to
    • mean? It means that the person will to some extent inwardly alter his
    • detail! Thirty persons were invited to be the audience. They were no
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    • personalities who were not German, for example Shaftesbury and
    • there are four personalities to whom a German can look if he wishes to
    • German cannot look in the direction given by these four personalities,
    • had wanted to become more personal: On Goethe and Myself. For Goethe
    • system in man, represents a quite impersonal element, expressed in the
    • saying: All men are equal before the law. Nothing personal comes into
    • law, impersonal law. But economic life, which is half-personal,
    • personal, must work into the State from either side, or the social
    • when they leave out of  account the half-personal element in which
    • where freedom must rule; while the impersonal element of the law must
    • half-personal. All spiritual life must be a matter for human
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    • personalities who were not German, for example Shaftesbury and
    • there are four personalities to whom a German can look if he wishes to
    • German cannot look in the direction given by these four personalities,
    • had wanted to become more personal: On Goethe and Myself. For Goethe
    • system in man, represents a quite impersonal element, expressed in the
    • saying: All men are equal before the law. Nothing personal comes into
    • law, impersonal law. But economic life, which is half-personal,
    • personal, must work into the State from either side, or the social
    • when they leave out of  account the half-personal element in which
    • where freedom must rule; while the impersonal element of the law must
    • half-personal. All spiritual life must be a matter for human
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    • do as our personal affair. We shall have no idea that it is something
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    • do as our personal affair. We shall have no idea that it is something
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    • inability, the personal capacities and incapacities of the teacher are
    • This crushes the soul of a child or a young person. It is more
    • own personality. In such matters, imponderables really pass over from
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    • inability, the personal capacities and incapacities of the teacher are
    • This crushes the soul of a child or a young person. It is more
    • own personality. In such matters, imponderables really pass over from
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    • of building it for reasons which he believes to be entirely impersonal. You
    • know well that the reasons are very seldom impersonal. There are many
    • personages known in history; they sometimes are embodied in historical
    • personalities — when it is necessary; but in a certain respect this
    • altogether as personalities, and to allow what they did to produce its own
    • not his personal “ I ” as the criterion. The real heart of the
    • Elimination of the interests of the personal “ I ” from the
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    • of building it for reasons which he believes to be entirely impersonal. You
    • know well that the reasons are very seldom impersonal. There are many
    • personages known in history; they sometimes are embodied in historical
    • personalities — when it is necessary; but in a certain respect this
    • altogether as personalities, and to allow what they did to produce its own
    • not his personal “ I ” as the criterion. The real heart of the
    • Elimination of the interests of the personal “ I ” from the
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    • manner approved by it. Opinions expressed by other persons will be
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    • being of the person performs facsimiles of the planetary movements;
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    • persons.
    • Let it be understood that I am not saying that this or that person is
    • persons have left this problem of going on to me alone. It has in many
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    • persons — he would be in this state of anxiety and of longing for
    • instance, the human being will be a male or a female personality in
    • observe whether this or that person has within him forces of Saturn or
    • earth, as every impartial person feels today. We shall have to be much
    • possess spiritual knowledge. Just as little as a person needs to know
    • as little does a person need to be clairvoyant in order to be
    • required in order to eat. Likewise there must be clairvoyant persons
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    • occult science as the Region of the Spirits of Personality,
    • personalities; that which permeates them in the form of a
    • aid of that Spirit of Personality she was able to pour this
    • little, as soon as thou destroyest the powerful personality
    • personality, where the personality would be lost is a step or
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    • occult science as the Region of the Spirits of Personality,
    • personalities; that which permeates them in the form of a
    • aid of that Spirit of Personality she was able to pour this
    • little, as soon as thou destroyest the powerful personality
    • personality, where the personality would be lost is a step or
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    • of the personality into the universe, a merging into infinitude, and
    • personality is in subjection to reason, we recognise life in him and
    • satisfaction of my own personal life? If his starting-point is that of
    • these external forms are perpetually changing. If my own personal life
    • personality who, living among us, is striving to instill into the
    • increase of the welfare of their personality. And the good of their
    • personality appears to them to consist in the gratification of its
    • enclosed within the confines of the personality. Personality is a
    • impersonal, to let the impersonal life hold sway in him, will he grow
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    • of the personality into the universe, a merging into infinitude, and
    • personality is in subjection to reason, we recognise life in him and
    • satisfaction of my own personal life? If his starting-point is that of
    • these external forms are perpetually changing. If my own personal life
    • personality who, living among us, is striving to instill into the
    • increase of the welfare of their personality. And the good of their
    • personality appears to them to consist in the gratification of its
    • enclosed within the confines of the personality. Personality is a
    • impersonal, to let the impersonal life hold sway in him, will he grow
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    • something. Even the simplest person, who knows nothing more
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    • something. Even the simplest person, who knows nothing more
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    • Christianity: the hallowing of the personality, the full descent to
    • mingled with the doctrine of personality.
    • development of personality. Among the Persians, emphasis was laid
    • above all on personal qualities and virtues. A noteworthy
    • led to personal qualities and virtues reaching their zenith.
    • personal in its highest form, given expression on the physical plane
    • of the Roman Republic, the people who developed personal valor purely
    • complete, who felt himself entirely as personal man. The Greeks felt
    • cultivating those things that proceed most definitely from personality
    • personality develops, by portraying it in his gods. In his own person
    • the Roman presents the personality that is complete in itself as the
    • spiritual life. The new impulse could proceed only from a personality
    • was achieved through the whole personality being taken possession of
    • preparation was made through the fact of personality being
    • Subrace (the Greco-Roman) the innermost essence of personality is laid
    • Spiritual Will manifested in the personality, they were also able to
    • understand this personality. The people who had portrayed a Zeus, who
    • people. The man who had evolved the personality (the Roman) could make
    • Patriarch, Pelasgian, Persian, personality, Phoenician, Pontifex
    • personality,
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    • Christianity: the hallowing of the personality, the full descent to
    • mingled with the doctrine of personality.
    • development of personality. Among the Persians, emphasis was laid
    • above all on personal qualities and virtues. A noteworthy
    • led to personal qualities and virtues reaching their zenith.
    • personal in its highest form, given expression on the physical plane
    • of the Roman Republic, the people who developed personal valor purely
    • complete, who felt himself entirely as personal man. The Greeks felt
    • cultivating those things that proceed most definitely from personality
    • personality develops, by portraying it in his gods. In his own person
    • the Roman presents the personality that is complete in itself as the
    • spiritual life. The new impulse could proceed only from a personality
    • was achieved through the whole personality being taken possession of
    • preparation was made through the fact of personality being
    • Subrace (the Greco-Roman) the innermost essence of personality is laid
    • Spiritual Will manifested in the personality, they were also able to
    • understand this personality. The people who had portrayed a Zeus, who
    • people. The man who had evolved the personality (the Roman) could make
    • Patriarch, Pelasgian, Persian, personality, Phoenician, Pontifex
    • personality,
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    • among persons of an idealistic turn of mind. The ordinary culture and
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    • directing his gaze to matters which concern him personally turns his
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    • of personal life, such as, How am I to get back to Amsterdam? —
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    • Earth herself. I have memories which are not my own personal memories;
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • which the person knows nothing. Only the pictures are known.
    • person sleeps, the astral body and Ego are outside the physical
    • soul which stand behind the dream while the person is wholly
    • soul. Nothing is known of all this because in sleep the person
    • is without consciousness. In the morning the person re-enters
    • sounds, and so on. The person becomes conscious. But there is
    • the physical body, the person enters the etheric body. Then the
    • dream arises. But should that person become conscious before
    • consciousness. A person is awake when thinking or feeling or
    • person can bring back something into the waking life through
    • we have been led into connection with this or that personality;
    • clairvoyance arises, as it may happen unawares to the person
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    • which the person knows nothing. Only the pictures are known.
    • person sleeps, the astral body and Ego are outside the physical
    • soul which stand behind the dream while the person is wholly
    • soul. Nothing is known of all this because in sleep the person
    • is without consciousness. In the morning the person re-enters
    • sounds, and so on. The person becomes conscious. But there is
    • the physical body, the person enters the etheric body. Then the
    • dream arises. But should that person become conscious before
    • consciousness. A person is awake when thinking or feeling or
    • person can bring back something into the waking life through
    • we have been led into connection with this or that personality;
    • clairvoyance arises, as it may happen unawares to the person
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    • If a man is only capable of observing the meeting of two persons with
    • sympathy and antipathy which the two persons feel for each other; and
    • there are such in life. Suppose two persons meet who dislike each
    • towards each other. A mutual antipathy between persons meeting is
    • each towards the other. When two persons come together who love each
    • where such things are understood, persons who are capable of selfless
    • himself and his own personal relation to another, but is filled with a
    • visible. If there are persons then present who are able to see this in
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    • If a man is only capable of observing the meeting of two persons with
    • sympathy and antipathy which the two persons feel for each other; and
    • there are such in life. Suppose two persons meet who dislike each
    • towards each other. A mutual antipathy between persons meeting is
    • each towards the other. When two persons come together who love each
    • where such things are understood, persons who are capable of selfless
    • himself and his own personal relation to another, but is filled with a
    • visible. If there are persons then present who are able to see this in
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    • e.g., that we were to begin by giving each person certain instructions
    • This step has not been taken out of any personal preference or from
    • any personal decision: there are good reasons for it. We shall
    • only by one person — when it has once been seen and communicated,
    • corroborated?” — Such a person would then investigate
    • such persons the only possible result is blind faith, whereas you will
    • But now something else follows. A person might dispute the value of
    • phenomena for himself. Let us imagine a third person as well as the
    • two mentioned. This third person is not clairvoyant at all but is
    • But two non-thinking persons, of whom one is clairvoyant and the other
    • that another person has seen, and refuses to test by means of his own
    • happen that a person, who has blind belief of this kind loses his
    • that another person does not see. And usually there is no idea of how
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    • e.g., that we were to begin by giving each person certain instructions
    • This step has not been taken out of any personal preference or from
    • any personal decision: there are good reasons for it. We shall
    • only by one person — when it has once been seen and communicated,
    • corroborated?” — Such a person would then investigate
    • such persons the only possible result is blind faith, whereas you will
    • But now something else follows. A person might dispute the value of
    • phenomena for himself. Let us imagine a third person as well as the
    • two mentioned. This third person is not clairvoyant at all but is
    • But two non-thinking persons, of whom one is clairvoyant and the other
    • that another person has seen, and refuses to test by means of his own
    • happen that a person, who has blind belief of this kind loses his
    • that another person does not see. And usually there is no idea of how
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    • consciousness of personality, is likewise a danger — a
    • earth. Consciousness of personality is a keynote of all European
    • But this consciousness of personality brought with it the danger that
    • who has received the impulse of the Ego, of personality, who lets the
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    • consciousness of personality, is likewise a danger — a
    • earth. Consciousness of personality is a keynote of all European
    • But this consciousness of personality brought with it the danger that
    • who has received the impulse of the Ego, of personality, who lets the
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    • light about the Person of Jesus of Nazareth if we apply the methods
    • into the being of the Earth through the Personality Who stood at the
    • Incarnation itself should take place in an historical personage had
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    • light about the Person of Jesus of Nazareth if we apply the methods
    • into the being of the Earth through the Personality Who stood at the
    • Incarnation itself should take place in an historical personage had
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    • several epochs, or, in effect, to such persons who concerned
    • ‘Super-humanity’ within the personality of Jesus of
    • to the personality of Jesus of Nazareth. He was indeed regarded as a
    • unique and specially chosen personality, one who had possessed the
    • the personality of Jesus of Nazareth, and was only willing to believe
    • to establish the personality of Jesus of Nazareth at the starting
    • attempt to prove the existence of this personality in the way in
    • the actual existence of the personality of Jesus of Nazareth cannot
    • highly advanced personalities (who themselves had passed through
    • connected with the historical person of Jesus of Nazareth are woven,
    • create. Since however one and the same Person, Christ, subsists in
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    • several epochs, or, in effect, to such persons who concerned
    • ‘Super-humanity’ within the personality of Jesus of
    • to the personality of Jesus of Nazareth. He was indeed regarded as a
    • unique and specially chosen personality, one who had possessed the
    • the personality of Jesus of Nazareth, and was only willing to believe
    • to establish the personality of Jesus of Nazareth at the starting
    • attempt to prove the existence of this personality in the way in
    • the actual existence of the personality of Jesus of Nazareth cannot
    • highly advanced personalities (who themselves had passed through
    • connected with the historical person of Jesus of Nazareth are woven,
    • create. Since however one and the same Person, Christ, subsists in
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    • symbolised by the Ring, a figure personifying ancient, primordial
    • consciousness appears before him — a personification of the
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    • symbolised by the Ring, a figure personifying ancient, primordial
    • consciousness appears before him — a personification of the
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    • from medieval tradition a hatred of all that lived in personalities
    • certain personalities in the first three or four centuries after the
    • personal God because, if he had done so, he could not have taught that
    • man, in direct personal intercourse. Something else — again not
    • of understanding the value and worth of personality, of
    • personality of Jesus.
    • in the Person of Christ was substituted for the teaching of Ammonius
    • laid on the human personality of the ‘Galilean.’
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    • from medieval tradition a hatred of all that lived in personalities
    • certain personalities in the first three or four centuries after the
    • personal God because, if he had done so, he could not have taught that
    • man, in direct personal intercourse. Something else — again not
    • of understanding the value and worth of personality, of
    • personality of Jesus.
    • in the Person of Christ was substituted for the teaching of Ammonius
    • laid on the human personality of the ‘Galilean.’
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    • persons would certainly say: “Towards the end of his life, he
    • clever set and believe, above all, that the person who speaks in a
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    • persons would certainly say: “Towards the end of his life, he
    • clever set and believe, above all, that the person who speaks in a
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    • In the case of such a personality who is destined to be the forebear
    • will care be taken that a personality like Shem, for example, can be
    • several members of the person in question who is animated by the
    • condescend, in somewhat the way a spiritually advanced person would
    • language was something that would be used to advance him personally;
    • Hebrew people. This personality is the one you find in Biblical
    • pupils. Even the places where those personalities had sat who were
    • maintained that, linking personality with personality, reaches
    • describe one of the strange personalities who had a copy of the
    • body, and we could find other personalities in this period who had
    • Francis of Assisi, for example, was such a personality. This fact
    • also contained in that remarkable personality, Elizabeth of
    • a personality who had a copy of the astral body of Jesus of Nazareth
    • that during this time the most diverse personalities had sentient
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    • In the case of such a personality who is destined to be the forebear
    • will care be taken that a personality like Shem, for example, can be
    • several members of the person in question who is animated by the
    • condescend, in somewhat the way a spiritually advanced person would
    • language was something that would be used to advance him personally;
    • Hebrew people. This personality is the one you find in Biblical
    • pupils. Even the places where those personalities had sat who were
    • maintained that, linking personality with personality, reaches
    • describe one of the strange personalities who had a copy of the
    • body, and we could find other personalities in this period who had
    • Francis of Assisi, for example, was such a personality. This fact
    • also contained in that remarkable personality, Elizabeth of
    • a personality who had a copy of the astral body of Jesus of Nazareth
    • that during this time the most diverse personalities had sentient
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    • the definite personality, and to point out above all things, that
    • the result of this personality, but that one has no right to
    • significant personalities of our time. While Schopenhauer sees his
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    • the definite personality, and to point out above all things, that
    • the result of this personality, but that one has no right to
    • significant personalities of our time. While Schopenhauer sees his
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    • them. Their dramatis personae simply do not exist in the
    • as it lives in the soul of the Archangel. True, the ordinary person
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    • them. Their dramatis personae simply do not exist in the
    • as it lives in the soul of the Archangel. True, the ordinary person
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    • was a personification of the spiritual strivings of mankind. The urge
    • personifications of Luciferic rationalism developed to its highest
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    • was a personification of the spiritual strivings of mankind. The urge
    • personifications of Luciferic rationalism developed to its highest
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    • instance, that out of our personal antipathy we meet with peculiar
    • Forgive my inserting at this point a personal remark — you know
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    • instance, that out of our personal antipathy we meet with peculiar
    • Forgive my inserting at this point a personal remark — you know
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    • really underlies them. Let us suppose that at some time a personality
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    • connected with my personality; the other, which I experience from the
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    • Some few persons of the
    • but seen by few. Many persons then turned in special moments to the
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    • the Egyptian priest principle, specially important persons are made
    • his breathing. The thorax moved differently when the person was
    • number of persons were accused, among them a certain Petrowski, among
    • person repeats what another says; no one examines it! Thus, for
    • much to prove it to people; for soon a third person says it and then
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    • such a personality enters with such a force into world-evolution he
    • warmth, and his great personal impulse was to serve his age, to
    • person decides that he will really read something! So it is no proof
    • Friedrich Schlegel but a person having insight into what humanity
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    • the full truth, in a fatal accident. Imagine that a person is struck
    • then one is a quite clever person, academically quite clever. But in
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    • place and at the time in which the person is born, this must result
    • in each person's having his special head according to the position of
    • made experiments in Vienna with persons who have a gift for using the
    • Since water was needed for the soldiers, persons able to use the
    • matters too much to the personal? — Well — ‘Whoever
    • mean that every single person can go in for such study, but men whose
    • there is not solely a material existence. For no person could assert
    • somewhere or other in a person the asserting — which is a
    • of what cannot be rejuvenated. Whether we look at individual persons
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    • let us leave it at the simple statement, which I make out of personal
    • can never persuade a person of intelligence to believe.” You
    • soul you will not see anything conclusive in the fact that one person
    • has a different view of a matter from another person; that tells
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    • sees a person coming towards him wearing some startling new fashion
    • rosy cheeks will say that a rosy-cheeked person is alone healthy. We
    • of desires that cling to the personal in us, or if we are still
    • capable of making any judgment on personal grounds, then all such
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    • of the hand itself. But if to-day a person directs his power of
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    • yards larger than the thought you have about any ordinary person. One
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    • before by an uncongenial person. The feeling is due, in the main, to
    • kind of shadow picture. And in this connection a sensitive person is
    • about what another person has left behind him in a room. The
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    • person consumes a quantity of root food he is liable to become
    • said without further knowledge. Not every person is so far advanced
    • the development of the person in question.
    • indication of how a balance can be created, for example, in a person
    • case to recommend the person not to eat much of what comes from the
    • leaves of plants. There may be another person whose breathing system
    • emerges from sleep — the dream affords for many persons a last
    • I have never heard or seen this person.” And now you pursue it
    • you were opposite this person in a railway carriage, only the whole
    • and spiritual exhaustion. One can already see many persons
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    • One. No person is held qualified to form a judgment on the contents
    • have for instance among the peoples of Europe numerous personalities
    • is more, we can develop an understanding for prominent personalities
    • if we know such facts. Try to understand the strange personality of
    • through Anthroposophy is really not for any personal ends; it is done
    • person's veins, but whence comes the soul which only uses this
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    • One. No person is held qualified to form a judgment on the contents
    • have for instance among the peoples of Europe numerous personalities
    • is more, we can develop an understanding for prominent personalities
    • if we know such facts. Try to understand the strange personality of
    • through Anthroposophy is really not for any personal ends; it is done
    • person's veins, but whence comes the soul which only uses this
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    • also very interesting, in the case of some grown-up person who is
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    • also very interesting, in the case of some grown-up person who is
  • Title: Address: The Spiritual-Scientific Basis of Goethe's Work
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    • imagery of the various religions. This form is personified as the
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    • of never forming conceptions beforehand of persons whom I expected
    • imagery of the various religions. This form is personified as the
  • Title: Lecture: Goethe and the Evolution of Consciousness
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    • ancients were wont to personify the phenomena of Nature. In other
    • because he personifies it, thinks of it as being alive.
    • Those who imagine that a child personifies the table as a living
    • did the ancients personify the phenomena of Nature in this sense;
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    • ancients were wont to personify the phenomena of Nature. In other
    • because he personifies it, thinks of it as being alive.
    • Those who imagine that a child personifies the table as a living
    • did the ancients personify the phenomena of Nature in this sense;
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    • person who has passed with alert consciousness through the
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    • person who has passed with alert consciousness through the
  • Title: Prophecy -- Its Nature and Meaning
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    • his connection with a personage whose tendency to be influenced by
    • interest in this latter personality was due in no small measure to
    • personal lives, from their own material environment. Their attention
    • the boundaries of their personal consciousness and it was as though
    • only attain when he throws off the shackles of his personality.
    • which a man rises above his own personality. The astrologer is given
    • well-known personages, let us take the case of Wallenstein.
    • make their appearance. In trying to help such a person to overcome
    • eliminate personal interests and quicken the hidden forces of
    • personal considerations ... then he grows beyond his own personality
    • self, with no feeling of his own personality, his soul knew the truth
    • communion with their God and free of their personal interests and
    • against the grain when a single personality towers over all the
    • outcome simply of ideas and not to lead back to any one personality.
    • forces, which need not be drawn upon for the affairs of personal
    • personal life, was nothing to them. They were not war-like by nature
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    • his connection with a personage whose tendency to be influenced by
    • interest in this latter personality was due in no small measure to
    • personal lives, from their own material environment. Their attention
    • the boundaries of their personal consciousness and it was as though
    • only attain when he throws off the shackles of his personality.
    • which a man rises above his own personality. The astrologer is given
    • well-known personages, let us take the case of Wallenstein.
    • make their appearance. In trying to help such a person to overcome
    • eliminate personal interests and quicken the hidden forces of
    • personal considerations ... then he grows beyond his own personality
    • self, with no feeling of his own personality, his soul knew the truth
    • communion with their God and free of their personal interests and
    • against the grain when a single personality towers over all the
    • outcome simply of ideas and not to lead back to any one personality.
    • forces, which need not be drawn upon for the affairs of personal
    • personal life, was nothing to them. They were not war-like by nature
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    • spoke of Goethe as a personality who, say at the age of seven, had had
    • not a personality from whom one could have expected anything like the
    • their death, so persons such as I have named had intercourse with human
    • certain outstanding personalities out of the Initiation-teachings given
    • person who stands in the flesh before the altar, because — apart
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    • some person who at one time in his life was as thin as a reed and
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  • Title: Occultism and Initiation
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    • must speak of the development of a person's soul-spiritual
    • of compassion, I can lose myself in the soul of another person, and I
    • the face of another person's sorrows and joys.
    • and a person who
    • to dreams and empty fancies. A truly clairvoyant person — allow
    • outwardly gradually withdraws to the person's inner being, and
    • originally gained by initiated persons, to results of initiation. But
    • person whom we consider as a kind of teacher as in ordinary science —
    • a person whom we can trust. But it can easily happen that the new
    • each person had a personal guide and was told: Now you must
    • person on the other hand — for that is the very nature of the
    • personal influences. This is simply a fact of the progress of the
    • replaced by men and women of trust, persons in whom the seeker for
    • necessary to mention it. During the last decades, a personality has
    • which they appear and in their whole personality. It must be this
    • them personally, as in the case of clinical facts or other results
    • same thing can be said of the results of initiation. Not every person
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    • must speak of the development of a person's soul-spiritual
    • of compassion, I can lose myself in the soul of another person, and I
    • the face of another person's sorrows and joys.
    • and a person who
    • to dreams and empty fancies. A truly clairvoyant person — allow
    • outwardly gradually withdraws to the person's inner being, and
    • originally gained by initiated persons, to results of initiation. But
    • person whom we consider as a kind of teacher as in ordinary science —
    • a person whom we can trust. But it can easily happen that the new
    • each person had a personal guide and was told: Now you must
    • person on the other hand — for that is the very nature of the
    • personal influences. This is simply a fact of the progress of the
    • replaced by men and women of trust, persons in whom the seeker for
    • necessary to mention it. During the last decades, a personality has
    • which they appear and in their whole personality. It must be this
    • them personally, as in the case of clinical facts or other results
    • same thing can be said of the results of initiation. Not every person
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • personalities. Although many sides deny this, the materialistic
    • were present, who thought that Haeckel was a significant personality,
    • person who stood there as Mr. A, who might just as well have been Mr.
    • personality, the physiologist in question could not see this. If this
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    • personalities. Although many sides deny this, the materialistic
    • were present, who thought that Haeckel was a significant personality,
    • person who stood there as Mr. A, who might just as well have been Mr.
    • personality, the physiologist in question could not see this. If this
  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Body as a Reflexion of the Universe
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  • Title: Lecture: Entry of the Michael Forces
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    • acquainted with a certain historic personality. He was to study an
    • historic personality who had lived in the time of the Renaissance and
    • historically acquainted with a personality who had lived at the time
    • personality in the perfectly ordinary, and if I may call it so,
    • historically acquainted with a certain personality of the time of the
    • their own personal Intelligence.
    • enormous amount of personal Intelligence is flooding through the
    • not go beyond Europe for the moment. Here again, how much personal
    • everywhere the waves of personal Intelligence are surging forth. They
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    • acquainted with a certain historic personality. He was to study an
    • historic personality who had lived in the time of the Renaissance and
    • historically acquainted with a personality who had lived at the time
    • personality in the perfectly ordinary, and if I may call it so,
    • historically acquainted with a certain personality of the time of the
    • their own personal Intelligence.
    • enormous amount of personal Intelligence is flooding through the
    • not go beyond Europe for the moment. Here again, how much personal
    • everywhere the waves of personal Intelligence are surging forth. They
  • Title: Lecture: The Dedication of an Anthroposophical Group
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    • person living in the 13th or 14th century! Such a person lived at a
    • upon the human soul in modern times. Picture to yourselves a person
    • soul when for instance he looked up at the sky. This person whose way
    • be able to see for themselves; and only when a blind person has
    • suppose that there were a person who could neither see nor feel water
    • with his senses, nor perceive it in any way. For this person the
    • large clumps. But as ice is a solid substance, this person, who is
    • matter. For this reason it will be easier for such a person to attain
    • leading personalities in industry and learning, those who have the
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    • upon the human soul in modern times. Picture to yourselves a person
    • soul when for instance he looked up at the sky. This person whose way
    • be able to see for themselves; and only when a blind person has
    • suppose that there were a person who could neither see nor feel water
    • with his senses, nor perceive it in any way. For this person the
    • large clumps. But as ice is a solid substance, this person, who is
    • matter. For this reason it will be easier for such a person to attain
    • leading personalities in industry and learning, those who have the
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • personalities described in the Gospels as the Apostles, or the
    • to-day we cannot pursue spiritual science merely as a personal
    • person may or may not accept one or the other truth, is of no
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    • to think of personal matters. Allow me, first of all, to express
    • personalities described in the Gospels as the Apostles, or the
    • to-day we cannot pursue spiritual science merely as a personal
    • person may or may not accept one or the other truth, is of no
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    • personal feeling. It must at all times be realised that the
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  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of the Movement for Religious Renewal to the Anthroposophical Movement
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    • persons out of whose hearts springs the impulse to strive for that
    • discovered by spiritual researchers can be understood by such persons
    • already at the present time a sufficiently large number of persons
    • those persons who came to me may be summed up approximately in the
    • persons who, from their own impulse, not mine, wished to work
    • it has certainly not been said out of any personal motive, but solely
    • sustained, in every direction, by persons who, because of the
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    • persons out of whose hearts springs the impulse to strive for that
    • discovered by spiritual researchers can be understood by such persons
    • already at the present time a sufficiently large number of persons
    • those persons who came to me may be summed up approximately in the
    • persons who, from their own impulse, not mine, wished to work
    • it has certainly not been said out of any personal motive, but solely
    • sustained, in every direction, by persons who, because of the
  • Title: Lecture: The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead
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    • one person who can remember his own birth, nor look back upon it. The
    • person we lived with. He lived and we lived, and through him we
    • evil action: Imagine that you say something bad to another person and
    • experience that part which concerns us personally; we only experience
    • But the other person to whom we addressed our unkind words, has an
    • on earth is one thing, and what the other person experiences is
    • head? — Probably only a person who is suffering from headache
    • dead person, even before you begin, to form its spiritual shape. In
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    • one person who can remember his own birth, nor look back upon it. The
    • person we lived with. He lived and we lived, and through him we
    • evil action: Imagine that you say something bad to another person and
    • experience that part which concerns us personally; we only experience
    • But the other person to whom we addressed our unkind words, has an
    • on earth is one thing, and what the other person experiences is
    • head? — Probably only a person who is suffering from headache
    • dead person, even before you begin, to form its spiritual shape. In
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    • express. Someone who sees the face of a person might say, for
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    • express. Someone who sees the face of a person might say, for
  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: The Gospel of St. John and Ancient Mysteries
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    • personalities, a few leading individuals. For example, a construction
    • walked the earth in person. No Christianity without the personal
    • that Christians feel themselves bound together with the personal
    • personally during the three days of initiation. What formerly was
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    • walked the earth in person. No Christianity without the personal
    • that Christians feel themselves bound together with the personal
    • personally during the three days of initiation. What formerly was
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    • these higher Personalities.
    • conditions should be able to do so. Even a century ago, a person who
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    • conditions should be able to do so. Even a century ago, a person who
  • Title: Awakening to Community - I
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    • be called a reversing of human will impulses. A person is born into a
    • impulse that drives a person into the Anthroposophical Society is
    • consistent with full human stature for a person to couple his life of
    • inconsiderable item for a person who seeks to bring a religious
    • when a person seeking anthroposophy wants to escape from these will
    • be a quite unthinking person to say, “I feel my humanity alien
    • can never satisfy a person with an in-turned will. Many an individual
    • person impelled to regard these forms as subhuman rather than as
    • person. He cannot just cut himself loose from external life and
    • to have the most personal experience of pain and suffering as they
    • where it becomes one's personal destiny. One feels oneself sharing
    • thinking and feeling person one finds satisfaction there because one
    • practice. That means making one single whole again of the person
    • that new enterprise, with the frequent result that a person who made
    • Unfounded personal slander, which sometimes goes so far that the
    • persons attacked are unrecognizable, can be branded for what it is.
    • a training that can be given anybody. A person with no further
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    • be called a reversing of human will impulses. A person is born into a
    • impulse that drives a person into the Anthroposophical Society is
    • consistent with full human stature for a person to couple his life of
    • inconsiderable item for a person who seeks to bring a religious
    • when a person seeking anthroposophy wants to escape from these will
    • be a quite unthinking person to say, “I feel my humanity alien
    • can never satisfy a person with an in-turned will. Many an individual
    • person impelled to regard these forms as subhuman rather than as
    • person. He cannot just cut himself loose from external life and
    • to have the most personal experience of pain and suffering as they
    • where it becomes one's personal destiny. One feels oneself sharing
    • thinking and feeling person one finds satisfaction there because one
    • practice. That means making one single whole again of the person
    • that new enterprise, with the frequent result that a person who made
    • Unfounded personal slander, which sometimes goes so far that the
    • persons attacked are unrecognizable, can be branded for what it is.
    • a training that can be given anybody. A person with no further
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    • reader of newspapers is a much muddled person. His countless valuable
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    • has any significance at all for a person's growth and development.
    • and out through the other. A person like this will not have so much
    • to help him recover as another person who has an alert, lively mind,
    • the reason why it is bad for a person to lie awake at night and not
    • on a person's health. If someone has done us a wrong and we remember
    • has its origin in the etheric body. Let us imagine a person who has a
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 2: Different Types of Illness
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    • in the least about them unless it affects them personally and they
    • personally affected and cannot manage with ordinary materialistic
    • taken seriously enough except when people are personally affected.
    • his personal concern. To be effective it is necessary to know how to
    • depend on what a person says or believes but on his ability to set in
    • kind of a person is he? If you understand what life really is, then
    • kind of person is he fundamentally? You have to know what basic
    • have really got to know this aspect of a person, you may have to
    • person's character and can say: For this person to recover, he must
    • diet and finding the right balance between what a person enjoys and
    • arose within. And only the person who knows of this connection can
    • survey. Only the person who can distinguish differences in human
    • person to another place, you will not be able to help him as a rule
    • works best of all when the Illness is actually in a person's ego
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    • person, however, did not remain the same throughout his life. Because
    • this respect the human being does everything the other person is
    • person made a gesture, then everyone else made the same gesture too.
    • remain of this today, like for instance when one person yawns, other
    • passes worse qualities on to his descendants than another person who
    • consisting of the substance taken in by the man. Supposing the person
    • body still have on it? Such a person is actually dragging his body
    • always give consideration to the kind of person the patient is. If he
    • person by means of spiritual treatment.
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    • healthy person this increasing and decreasing alternates. When a
    • person is ill, however, his life is endangered when the fever is
    • suppressed. Whilst in a healthy person an ascending process is
    • reversed on the seventh day, in an ill person the ascending process
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    • a person who sees behind the scenes of existence, behind the physical
    • the person who looks behind the scenes of existence knows that the
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 6: Illness and Karma
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    • inkling that illness must also depend to some extent on a person's
    • somebody has done something like this that hurt another person, it
    • way the other person did when it happened. You experience objectively
    • other person also develops in his soul the corresponding bond of
    • encountered the person concerned, yet our soul is not capable of
    • person does not usually notice anything happening within him, and, to
    • happen: There is a person who, at the age of twenty, feels the urge
    • person does not need to know about all this, yet he will be aware of
    • whole process in such a way that the person thereby becomes capable
    • a person capable. We shall then come to think of illness in quite a
    • could be that a person would have been able to reach a certain stage
    • sneer at. Yet many a person will have noticed a kind of perpetual
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    • it to animals as well. A person who really observes the soul knows
    • the ego-hood within the bodily nature. What happens when a person
    • the point where the person is capable of tensing or relaxing the
    • kind of wallowing in sensual pleasure. The person who feels forsaken
    • the mask of tears, even if the person is not conscious of it.
    • attributed to the fact that the person feels superior to the people
    • and happenings around him. Why does a person laugh? Someone
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    • whereas a person who was not very significant spiritually had in
    • lecture that their strong feeling of personality was from the
    • feeling of personality, but who did not migrate to where the feeling
    • of personality permeated the whole body, but to where the ego-feeling
    • physical bodies. They turned their feeling of personality inward. And
    • how this feeling of personality has been preserved right into later
    • individual, personal matter. And it was only at the border of these
    • itself as the idea of a personal God, which Jehovah is and which
    • personality within themselves. Therefore it spread to the West, and
    • God people could think of as a person. That is why we see it
    • belt. The feeling of personality was there, but it was still inward,
    • personal element, which man prized so highly, was inward, and man
    • according to this way of thinking the idea of a personal God was
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    • to himself: The one person looks splendid beside the other. He is
    • Another person might not feel this satisfaction. The satisfaction the
    • and not the thief — therefore there is a particular person in
    • make the person a thief, it is a process taking place entirely within
    • into this human substance the spirits of personality poured what we
    • call the forces of personality. But the spirits of personality, who
    • personality flow into this substance poured out by the thrones, have
    • which the ego produces out of itself. This the spirits of personality
    • stupid person might come along, and the very thing you are laughing
    • phase of evolution, the spirits of personality take up their abode.
    • spirits of personality look down upon you, asking continually: Will
    • for the spirits of personality; the more we offer up to them, the
    • more substantial these spirits of personality become. What do these
    • spirits of personality represent? Something which from the point of
    • are actually the spirits of personality, move through the ages. When
    • spiritual science, the spirits of personality who change. These
    • spirits of personality are going through their evolution in the
    • personality, and they benefit from it. If there were an age in which
    • personality would have no nourishment and they would become
    • working for the spirits of personality, for the spirits of the age.
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    • from one person to another, trying to convince them that some
    • person in some way or deprived him of the love we ought to have shown
    • with Initiation. A person experiences much more deeply the
    • person's karma can be influenced in a certain way. We must, however,
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    • person. At about the third year of life, although of course there are
    • first person. We know too that this year, although it varies in many
    • now with the physical and etheric bodies. A person who is able —
    • impersonal character. We can observe too that this impersonal
    • undeserved suffering caused to another person. If you think about it
    • a person knows the reality of Christianity — in the sense that
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    • was said that when we again encounter some personality in the
    • of love of which we were guilty. We confront the person in question
    • before the death of the person in question, or before our own death,
    • or hindrances. intervened. A person who through meditation or some
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    • was incarnated as the person known in history as
    • personalities who harboured the same soul within them! Nicolas of
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    • question cannot be specified. A person today will readily be floored
    • single personalities who admittedly exerted a great deal of authority
    • what impersonal public opinion has become today. Anyone who is
    • persons who believe that within the world of public opinion there can
    • only at a certain age. This would apply to persons of whom it can be
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    • present faculty of perception. As soon as a person goes to sleep,
    • of a grown-up person, however, or of a child from a certain age
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    • earlier lives on Earth. A person whose attitude in his last life on
    • person passes through the life between death and rebirth as if
    • this connection and I have already spoken of it. A person may die and
    • personalities on Earth. But there must be someone on Earth who passes
    • anthroposophical book, visualise the personality concerned, and read
    • the dead person wants something; and in this case it was quite
    • are sending to the dead live in their own souls that the dead person
    • heeded; in that case it has been done unnecessarily for the person
    • short, both objective and personal relationships established here on
    • then ceases to appear as a destroyer of human and personal
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    • merely personal experience; in the Mercury region with whatever moral
    • personality’. What is experienced beyond the Sun region,
    • transcends everything that is personal. What the soul then
    • itself entirely from the element of personality. In the Mars region,
    • belonged during life on Earth. This was not an essentially personal
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    • question for persons who want to seek an understanding of Christ in
    • the Stoic sense (and a good many personalities in Roman history were
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    • among the Gnostics, among the Apostolic Fathers and among the persons
    • soul. And persons who have no inclination for Apollo's music,
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    • Time we think of today, but Time viewed as a living, super-personal
    • sees in “Time” something living and super-personal —
    • Apollo worked through the Pythia, and how a person on his way to the
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    • Christianity takes shape. Let us follow the personality of Parsifal,
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    • to those occasions when a person faces the unknown, unexpected and
    • A personality whose
    • person experiences in sleep. It is important to note that the dream
    • Of course a materialist can say that such a person is in fact a
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    • to those occasions when a person faces the unknown, unexpected and
    • A personality whose
    • person experiences in sleep. It is important to note that the dream
    • Of course a materialist can say that such a person is in fact a
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    • between the Spirits of Will and the Spirits of Personality.
    • externally. We find it if we look into what we call our personal
    • karma. Please note, my dear friends, that our personal karma is
    • connected as cause and effect. The forces active in our personal
    • our personal karma. The laws prevailing there are withdrawn from
    • laws dependent on man's personal karma.
    • were personalities in ancient Roman times are present again today.
    • which they do so flows out of their personal karma finds no place in
    • old Saturn we have to go to the law of our personal karma. Only when
    • personal karma into connection with the constellations which relate
    • them in the laws of our personal destiny, that is to say, quite
    • personal destiny.” How this invisible human destiny is
    • perception. Whereas what we call karma, personal destiny, or, one
    • generation to generation, evolve as external personalities in earthly
    • expression is our personal destiny, how we bear this through still
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    • between the Spirits of Will and the Spirits of Personality.
    • externally. We find it if we look into what we call our personal
    • karma. Please note, my dear friends, that our personal karma is
    • connected as cause and effect. The forces active in our personal
    • our personal karma. The laws prevailing there are withdrawn from
    • laws dependent on man's personal karma.
    • were personalities in ancient Roman times are present again today.
    • which they do so flows out of their personal karma finds no place in
    • old Saturn we have to go to the law of our personal karma. Only when
    • personal karma into connection with the constellations which relate
    • them in the laws of our personal destiny, that is to say, quite
    • personal destiny.” How this invisible human destiny is
    • perception. Whereas what we call karma, personal destiny, or, one
    • generation to generation, evolve as external personalities in earthly
    • expression is our personal destiny, how we bear this through still
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    • basis of their sense perception. Then came the time when a person
    • my habit to touch on personal matters. When the personal has a
    • person struggling with knowledge feels himself purely
    • spiritual sense of touch. Only when a person has wrestled perhaps for
    • A person today may be
    • exceptionally learned person who quite rightly excites admiration by
    • same way that from going to sleep to awaking a person sleeps in
    • man's ordinary consciousness. What does a person know about the
    • changes a person's whole destiny, bringing him into a different path
    • person on another path of life may be forced into a permanent change
    • A person may have
    • of what a person is inwardly. A person born physically in Europe
    • person's nature whether he develops conceptions of the sense world or
    • but it need not be everyone. What a person develops regarding the
    • person needs, it is quite immaterial whether things are investigated
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    • have indicated how such persons after death are in a certain sense
    • within this physical world by those persons who, through their life
    • death the human being meets those persons with whom he is karmically
    • noble when a person can rise to higher worlds and love what he
    • the earth's environment. And when a person receives into his soul,
    • person goes to this place, he enters their realm; as soon as he goes
    • the least something either personal or impersonal directed against
    • error is for a person to believe he must criticize things. What he
  • Title: Lecture: The Problem of Destiny
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    • concrete connections. Let us assume, for instance, that a person has
    • live ten, twenty, thirty, or forty years with another person, a far
    • resulting from the loss, both as regards the person who has remained
    • deepened with sufficient intensity. In many cases, the person who has
    • If we now trace the path of the person who has remained
    • indifferent matter to discover there, for instance, a person who has
    • relative, a friend, or some other person closely connected with us,
    • the dead person enters when passing through the threshold of death,
    • lives between death and a new birth the person who has suffered a
    • really means to him. We could ask each person: “Why have you
    • would have been possible in the case of every person to have met with
    • because the dead person lives in our thoughts consciously and of his
    • nourishment for the dead person who is connected with us.
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    • concrete connections. Let us assume, for instance, that a person has
    • live ten, twenty, thirty, or forty years with another person, a far
    • resulting from the loss, both as regards the person who has remained
    • deepened with sufficient intensity. In many cases, the person who has
    • If we now trace the path of the person who has remained
    • indifferent matter to discover there, for instance, a person who has
    • relative, a friend, or some other person closely connected with us,
    • the dead person enters when passing through the threshold of death,
    • lives between death and a new birth the person who has suffered a
    • really means to him. We could ask each person: “Why have you
    • would have been possible in the case of every person to have met with
    • because the dead person lives in our thoughts consciously and of his
    • nourishment for the dead person who is connected with us.
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    • several relationships — one person to a given set of elemental
    • to the living. And if the living person is sensitive enough, or if he
    • such an instrument is needed. A person who meets us in the outer
    • person who is spiritually trained wishes to come into connection with
    • dead person. Interests of heart and feeling must always be the
    • certain respect at any rate the dead person must have constituted a
    • and in all the emotional interest they have in the dead person. By
    • — or which remain in their inner life — a person of
    • being in earthly life meets with a friend or with some person with
    • who is not deliberately foolish will say: how can a person be free,
    • trained to develop conscious relations with a dead person, not only
    • intimately. For a person of spiritual training there are many ways of
    • coming thus near to the dead, provided the dead person himself allows
    • this person or that. And with love, too, the case is often similar.
    • dead person can have any interest in such relationships between
    • of such interests. But we must also not imagine that the dead person
    • in which the dead person sees the human beings who are here on earth,
    • this person or that, and with a merely personal intensity or purpose.
    • playing. He sees how Ahriman impels the person to hatred. The dead
    • hand, if a person on earth is vain, he sees Lucifer working at him.
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    • several relationships — one person to a given set of elemental
    • to the living. And if the living person is sensitive enough, or if he
    • such an instrument is needed. A person who meets us in the outer
    • person who is spiritually trained wishes to come into connection with
    • dead person. Interests of heart and feeling must always be the
    • certain respect at any rate the dead person must have constituted a
    • and in all the emotional interest they have in the dead person. By
    • — or which remain in their inner life — a person of
    • being in earthly life meets with a friend or with some person with
    • who is not deliberately foolish will say: how can a person be free,
    • trained to develop conscious relations with a dead person, not only
    • intimately. For a person of spiritual training there are many ways of
    • coming thus near to the dead, provided the dead person himself allows
    • this person or that. And with love, too, the case is often similar.
    • dead person can have any interest in such relationships between
    • of such interests. But we must also not imagine that the dead person
    • in which the dead person sees the human beings who are here on earth,
    • this person or that, and with a merely personal intensity or purpose.
    • playing. He sees how Ahriman impels the person to hatred. The dead
    • hand, if a person on earth is vain, he sees Lucifer working at him.
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    • nothing in the nature and individuality of a person, for everything
    • Knowing a thing is not the same as creating it; a person learns only
    • the threshold. Only a person who wants to carry the habits of the sense
    • distinct existence, your own separate personality. You know all the
    • time that in the presence of another person or happening you are the
    • same person that you were before and that you will be the same when
    • This changes as soon as a person enters the elemental world. There it
    • all in the elemental world unless we become a different person within
    • a person's soul that in passing through the sense world he should
    • Let us suppose that a person's clairvoyant consciousness, when
    • lives by preference in the elemental world. Now suppose that a person
    • Through this physical body I am a definite personality in the
    • physical sense world; I am this or that distinct person. My physical
    • body stamps my personality upon me; the physical body and the
    • personality. In the elemental world one is not a personality, for
    • into a definite personality. The etheric body, which always wants to
    • To put it even more concretely: a person could be, say, a
    • emperor of China. (Or, to use another example, a person may be —
    • our ordinary world? Observe it as you follow its movement. A person
    • elemental world a step further. There a person is not in a position
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    • nothing in the nature and individuality of a person, for everything
    • Knowing a thing is not the same as creating it; a person learns only
    • the threshold. Only a person who wants to carry the habits of the sense
    • distinct existence, your own separate personality. You know all the
    • time that in the presence of another person or happening you are the
    • same person that you were before and that you will be the same when
    • This changes as soon as a person enters the elemental world. There it
    • all in the elemental world unless we become a different person within
    • a person's soul that in passing through the sense world he should
    • Let us suppose that a person's clairvoyant consciousness, when
    • lives by preference in the elemental world. Now suppose that a person
    • Through this physical body I am a definite personality in the
    • physical sense world; I am this or that distinct person. My physical
    • body stamps my personality upon me; the physical body and the
    • personality. In the elemental world one is not a personality, for
    • into a definite personality. The etheric body, which always wants to
    • To put it even more concretely: a person could be, say, a
    • emperor of China. (Or, to use another example, a person may be —
    • our ordinary world? Observe it as you follow its movement. A person
    • elemental world a step further. There a person is not in a position
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    • pleasure to listen to a young person who had studied some subject. It
    • when a change has come about in the last few decades, when a young person
    • a person of extreme astuteness intellectually is no match for these
    • person's reason and intellect resided in his head, and what was in
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    • pleasure to listen to a young person who had studied some subject. It
    • when a change has come about in the last few decades, when a young person
    • a person of extreme astuteness intellectually is no match for these
    • person's reason and intellect resided in his head, and what was in
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    • cognitive power. There is not one person who can remember his own
    • In this manner we shared the experiences of the person we lived
    • Imagine that you say something bad to another person and that your
    • part which concerns us personally; we only experience the feelings
    • But the other person to whom we addressed our unkind words has an
    • physical life on earth is one thing, and what the other person
    • concerning the interior of your head? Probably only a person who is
    • that dead person even before you begin to form its spiritual shape.
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    • cognitive power. There is not one person who can remember his own
    • In this manner we shared the experiences of the person we lived
    • Imagine that you say something bad to another person and that your
    • part which concerns us personally; we only experience the feelings
    • But the other person to whom we addressed our unkind words has an
    • physical life on earth is one thing, and what the other person
    • concerning the interior of your head? Probably only a person who is
    • that dead person even before you begin to form its spiritual shape.
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    • persons of all manner of spiritual-scientific tendencies, who allow
    • particularly — even when a person is not made nervous by
    • which, to be sure, is understood by very few persons of to-day —
    • Suppose that such a person were to experience the blue
    • let us say — a so-called dead person, must first learn how to
    • a person, we come into contact with his inner life through the fact
    • to say to us. I might say that the dead person, when we ask him
    • capacity, as a dead person — as a so-called dead person —
    • with him, and so forth. The dead person, as I have said, beholds
    • great. When a deceased person (and exactly the same thing applies to
    • us, so that the dead person can remain passive. Just as a flower does
    • person of the present day forms his ideas, his conceptions of the
    • materialistically-minded person that there are also other ways of
    • Hence, a materialistic person actually thinks, generally
    • scientifically-trained person to-day speaks about such matters, he
    • resembles the person in question. Yet it has nothing to do with his
    • being. The fact that the picture corresponds to the person, does not
    • own personal interests, to be able to see how untruthfulness glitters
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    • persons of all manner of spiritual-scientific tendencies, who allow
    • particularly — even when a person is not made nervous by
    • which, to be sure, is understood by very few persons of to-day —
    • Suppose that such a person were to experience the blue
    • let us say — a so-called dead person, must first learn how to
    • a person, we come into contact with his inner life through the fact
    • to say to us. I might say that the dead person, when we ask him
    • capacity, as a dead person — as a so-called dead person —
    • with him, and so forth. The dead person, as I have said, beholds
    • great. When a deceased person (and exactly the same thing applies to
    • us, so that the dead person can remain passive. Just as a flower does
    • person of the present day forms his ideas, his conceptions of the
    • materialistically-minded person that there are also other ways of
    • Hence, a materialistic person actually thinks, generally
    • scientifically-trained person to-day speaks about such matters, he
    • resembles the person in question. Yet it has nothing to do with his
    • being. The fact that the picture corresponds to the person, does not
    • own personal interests, to be able to see how untruthfulness glitters
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    • Form at Stage of Spirit of Personality may also be called an
    • abnormal Spirit of Personality working on Thought. The abnormal
    • abnormal Spirit of Personality.
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    • influenced by all that usually arises in a person through living in
    • Personality, Archai, or First Beginnings. So that, if we begin with
    • look up to yet higher beings, to the Spirits of Personality. They are
    • really is: it is a group of persons belonging together, guided by one
    • is of no consequence. For instance, a person may say, ‘I
    • like the Indian culture best,’ that may be his personal
    • opinion. But one who is not swayed by personal opinion will say, ‘Our
    • our present time. How is it that in this room so many persons are
    • different persons come from the domains of many different
    • such Spirits of Personality who work as Spirits of the Age. These
    • Spirits of Personality, the Intuitors of the spirit of the age, are
    • Age, or Spirit of Personality, or Archai.
    • evolution here, our personality passes the result of this earthly
    • up to these Spirits of Personality, to these Beings who may be called
    • of Personality, of their describing cycles, as it were, and returning
    • The fact that individual persons become instruments in this mission
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    • 4. First Beginnings, or Spirits of Personality, Archai,
    • Spirits of Personality, who during the earth existence represent what
    • or under other laws. Personalities grow forth from quite definite
    • become Spirits of Personality during our earth existence, work in
    • Personality. Thus those Beings who made their renunciation not upon
    • Personality, but they do not possess the attributes they ought
    • same way as do the normal Spirits of Personality, but as do the
    • Spirits of Form who have the character of Spirits of Personality,
    • Spirits of Personality by whom he allows himself to be stirred to do
    • age as Spirits of Personality. These, therefore, are not those
    • delicately working Spirits of Personality who allow a man to do as he
    • you can always observe these two types. In those persons who are
    • persons, in whom are active those Spirits of Personality who are in
    • Archangel stage, but also with those Spirits of Personality who are
    • Personality who from within govern the work of thought in a
    • abnormal Spirit of Personality, and in a certain historical epoch the
    • Personality. The agreement made between these three parties was
    • persons who do not take the occult forces of human evolution into
    • several personalities of the people. Each one feels something
    • Spirit of Personality, that is to say, why their life is especially
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    • down upon those personalities of the folk belonging to him and which
    • central points, are the several human personalities, the several
    • specialized, and he can make use of the several persons and work for
    • human beings. The personal things which a man experiences because he
    • personality may go through.
    • Spirits of Personality, the Archai, work.
    • Spirits of Personality, and it may happen that in the mutual
    • Personality, — because the latter are pursuing quite different
    • of Personality come into collision with the measures taken by the
    • Personality is externally visible when, within a certain people,
    • with the sometimes opposing separate Spirits of Personality. In the
    • you have an interplay of the abnormal Spirits of Personality with the
    • abnormal Spirit of Personality but the normal Spirit of Personality,
    • permeated the several persons, discharges the functions of the
    • temperament of the people expressed in the several personalities, we
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    • Personality, the Archangels, down to the Angels, — and above
    • persons who walked on earth would have been of the same form and
    • a law. As all persons in their different incarnations pass through
    • has just been said does not depend upon whether one person likes it
    • in evolution. If a person were to speak against necessity he would
    • Where the great movement of humanity is concerned, no personal
    • sympathy, and no personal enthusiasm must play a part, for that does
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    • to a person from what we must now describe quite objectively. As long
    • this or that race, or of this or that people, as a personal matter,
    • A person goes on foot, for instance, over the rocky land
    • predominating elements of our own personal being,
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    • we have that Spirit of Personality, the Spirit of the Age, who was
    • Christianity is divided into Three Persons. All the other peoples
    • rank of Spirits of the Age or Spirits of Personality and some of them
    • Personality. That for which this Archangel of Greece had prepared
    • a Spirit of Personality, and decided to remain at the stage of an
    • when he had renounced becoming a Spirit of Personality? He became the
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    • What happens as a rule when a person compares the mythologies and
    • uniform.’ Now if the person in question were to believe that
    • mistake, for a person of quite different character might be wearing
    • should be understood as Primal Forces, as Spirits of Personality.
    • Personality, but in their case there was also something else, and
    • German peoples lived within, it was their own direct personal
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    • impersonal, and above all one is required to become impersonal in
    • oneself. The chief requirement there is to be impersonal.
    • Naturally all persons of the present day whose thoughts are
    • persons cannot comprehend that one external phenomenon may look like
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    • ‘ I ’-less, impersonal;
    • substance which, as a spiritual personality, is to work into the
    • Personality in Whose service man finds himself as ‘man with the
    • Spirit-Self,’ — this Christ-Personality is worked out in
    • concreteness of personality, so that it acts indeed as a spiritual
    • peculiarities of a personality. No other philosophy is so permeated
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    • come about, for instance, that persons will be able, through the
    • We are told that in future persons in whom the organs of
    • Those persons who receive a stimulus from Anthroposophy
    • persons, in the course of the next three thousand years. That which
    • liberty, for the personal recognition of that which is developing
    • within it, and it might occur that those persons who will come
    • scientific spiritual knowledge, that persons may, it is true, speak
    • personality of Sabbatai. In the seventeenth century the tragedy was
    • its means a sufficient number of persons will be developed enough to
    • those persons as Buddhists who swear by Buddha, then Christianity
    • this or that person made it, but it is anthroposophical to let
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    • personality. He was able to become a personality because of the concentration
    • kingdom into earthly existence. Man became a personality, and freedom was
    • and personality. It is a phase by no means to be undervalued. It was necessary
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    • personality. He was able to become a personality because of the concentration
    • kingdom into earthly existence. Man became a personality, and freedom was
    • and personality. It is a phase by no means to be undervalued. It was necessary
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    • become what may be designated by the word “personality”.
    • This personality needs in the first place what may be called “free
    • stands as if in a direct personal relationship to Him. The soul seeks
    • personal relationship to the Christ. These souls did not think of
    • is possible to have some person near one and to see his external form
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    • The personality of whom I have been speaking entered into this
    • all that the personality had absorbed in the field of Anthroposophy
    • Movement. Two possibilities existed. This personality had taken in
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    • human feeling that leads a person to ask: “What is the right
    • otherwise. For suppose a man has done another person wrong; in the
    • out another person's eyes is an accomplished fact. If we have,
    • stain that we have personally contracted is adjusted in our Karma,
    • incurred heavy guilt. The person now examining the Akashic Record may
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    • another person die, or in other phenomena akin to death which are to
    • absolved his Karma; he might have made personal compensation for all
    • person in question has found a connection with Christ, that he wants
    • properly give comfort when the other person comes to him conscious of
    • And there must be tolerance! A person who believes that
    • course, I should like to add a personal word.
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    • Spiritual World, if it is truly and totally taking hold of a person,
    • someone died all their personal possessions were burned because
    • became strong under the principle of mutual personal individual help.
    • personalities working in these communities. As the body has a soul,
    • forces of life. Nobody will doubt that one would injure a person if
    • We shall not only grant the freedom of person
    • stillness of our hearts if we develop our total personality, our
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    • Spiritual World, if it is truly and totally taking hold of a person,
    • someone died all their personal possessions were burned because
    • became strong under the principle of mutual personal individual help.
    • personalities working in these communities. As the body has a soul,
    • forces of life. Nobody will doubt that one would injure a person if
    • We shall not only grant the freedom of person
    • stillness of our hearts if we develop our total personality, our
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    • mathematical, mechanistic world. It is only outstanding persons like
    • person, sings its praises because there was still alive in him an
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    • speculation, and the true personality or individuality of man
    • or absolute personality.” What Troxler brings forward regarding
    • of clairvoyance of possibilities of disease.” But a person
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    • prevent this, I must bring forward something apparently personal, about
    • for in that case the person would certainly not be unhealthy or
    • other is living in a different world. The non-hypnotised person is not
    • present beside the hypnotised one; the person with a normal soul-life
    • is being pursued, the person's normal condition is completely
    • in order to ascertain what influence a person is under who is
    • belong to this department that thoughts entertained by one person are
    • connection it must always be borne in mind that the dead person can
    • personal God, when it is said that I prefer to speak of the Divinity,
    • sense to deny personality in God. One arrives, on the contrary, at
    • seeing that one may speak not only of the personality, but even of a
    • super-personality of God. The most thorough refutation of pantheism may
    • personality in a much higher sense even than man, in a sense which even
    • person may be a very good spiritual investigator without in any way
    • Mother with the Child Jesus. I think that if a person who had never
    • personally, that I think the reasons why spiritual science meets with
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    • personas saben hoy en día de la Navidad es que es una época
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    • greatness, of the power and content of the comprehensive personality
    • this comprehensive personality put into the evolution of the world as
    • we receive an impression that in Leonardo a personality appears to
    • to experience. In a remarkable way this personality appears at the
    • hundreds and hundreds of people. He would often follow a person for a
    • labors of a personality who, one may really say, tried to discover
    • considered the personality of
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    • greatness, of the power and content of the comprehensive personality
    • this comprehensive personality put into the evolution of the world as
    • we receive an impression that in Leonardo a personality appears to
    • to experience. In a remarkable way this personality appears at the
    • hundreds and hundreds of people. He would often follow a person for a
    • labors of a personality who, one may really say, tried to discover
    • considered the personality of
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    • personalities. We may picture it in this way. Imagine a man's
    • single bees all belong to one personality, in the way that our limbs
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    • personalities. We may picture it in this way. Imagine a man's
    • single bees all belong to one personality, in the way that our limbs
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    • species differs from another, does the single individual person
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    • species differs from another, does the single individual person
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    • regions is connected with this personality, we should truly not pass
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    • regions is connected with this personality, we should truly not pass
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    • personalities which find themselves within it.
    • depends only on what he can extract from it. His personality is
    • personal stamp. It is for this reason that we think of
    • personal that flows into his work. That is characteristic of him.
    • the color of his personality.
    • wholly impersonal —
    • Michelangelo wholly personal. If we try to judge by some set pattern
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    • personalities which find themselves within it.
    • depends only on what he can extract from it. His personality is
    • personal stamp. It is for this reason that we think of
    • personal that flows into his work. That is characteristic of him.
    • the color of his personality.
    • wholly impersonal —
    • Michelangelo wholly personal. If we try to judge by some set pattern
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  • Title: Presence of the Dead: Lecture One: Understanding the Spiritual World (Part One)
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    • arise because the person can see with the ego and the astral body,
    • person may be exceedingly clever and smart about things of the
    • which do not exist, terrifying beasts, and so on. The person imagines
    • every person who wants to understand its findings. It strives to give
    • person will have difficulty in finding his or her way after death. In
    • of person is the dyed-in-the-wool materialist who clings to images of
    • problem, but unable to solve the equation. Another person comes and
    • are on the wrong track if we believe such a person's soul is
    • have been someone important in a previous life. Such a person was
    • completely objective! We can believe this person.”
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    • their own concepts. However, the ordinary person of our time does not
    • This person not only developed a profound and warm-hearted interest
    • fused completely with her personality. One could say in the true
    • sense of the word that she was an objectively kind person. She
    • of another person who left the physical world a short time ago. This
    • similar to a person, or even a child, saying “the rose is red.”
    • soul and taken hold of his personality so that words not only flowed
    • think I was justified when I said here some time ago that a person
    • this person not to write anything that smacks in any way of
  • Title: Presence of the Dead: Lecture Three: Awakening Spiritual Thoughts
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    • person were prepared to accept that we really die every evening and
    • logical person will be equally unable to accept that the whole human
    • spiritual world. One forms an image of the person and then, while
    • a person's life here on earth and after death, people all too easily
    • person concerned spent his last years on earth in a sick body, in a
    • bother with it ... Such a person does not accumulate any strength
    • his imagination, to fantasize about the spiritual world. This person
    • enter the spiritual world as a blind person, but will have soul
    • the spiritual world. If we look at these personalities and the
    • must be seen as persons who have remained at an earlier evolutionary
  • Title: Presence of the Dead: Lecture Four: The Presence of the Dead in our Life
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    • happens when we encounter a person who has died through our
    • very vivid dream image, looking every bit as we remember the person
    • we clairvoyantly perceive a dead person who has taken on the form of
    • fond of another dead person or have a particularly close friendship
    • all the usual means of identifying the ego and appearance of a person
    • question, this person could not act the way he does in the
    • often encounter a contradiction between the person appearing to us
    • person and can feel it, we would speak the truth from the clairvoyant
    • this person, a love that may well be described as objective because
    • that one could love that person objectively, as it were, because of
    • subjective love, a love arising out of personal needs, can easily be
    • right love, the selfless love we have for such a person, and selfish
    • Let us assume such a person
    • feeling that we recognize who the dead person is and not on the basis
    • of a person we feel close to at the moment. The form in which the
    • person's appearance is no longer characteristic of the I concerned.
    • speak, in an astral body of a person who has died. The astral body of
    • the inner progress of the soul. We transform our ordinary personality
    • spirit of personality also left behind at an earlier stage. The
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  • Title: Presence of the Dead: Lecture Five: The Blessing of the Dead
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    • feeling from our personality, leave ourselves behind, and enter the
    • personal experience. After all, our own experiences are the examples
    • closer to the personality by being together with it.
    • spiritual world as this one of a dead person. At the same time, this
    • or another person through the soul faculties I have described, we
    • person who adds his or her thinking — now modified by the
    • person on earth. As the thinking, feeling, and willing of the dead
    • penetrate the living person, ideas are stimulated. Thus, the dead can
    • clairvoyant experiences with a dead person shows that intelligence
    • thoughts. The dead individual and the living person were thinking
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    • person if only the way were not blocked by social conventions. In
    • knocking sound. We use the other person to do the knocking because
    • could do so, but this way we are only using the other person as a
  • Title: Presence of the Dead: Lecture Seven: Robert Hamerling: Poet and Thinker
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    • Hamerling entitled “Personal Request.” I showed it to the
    • Personal Request
    • If you call pessimists all persons
    • this poem “Personal Request.” He wrote to Rosegger: “I
    • heard tell of this person's fame because my parents came from the
    • cultural isolation in that region. This famous person was none other
    • there. If such a person came along on foot or by coach, the oxen
    • life and personality are an example of a soul growing out of and
    • Perhaps every spiritual person
    • personality at the monastery, namely, Father Hugo Traumihler, a
    • person completely given over to mystical contemplation and a strict
    • soul until he found the poetic form for the personality of Ahasver.
    • personification of an individuality who wants to escape life but
    • poem “The King of Sion” where he describes a person who
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    • person: namely, that fundamentally each single person is in turn an
    • not less significant for life, which each person we meet
    • attentive to this riddle which each person presents, for our entire
    • riddle of the human individual, of which each person presents a
    • When in life a person stands before us, we must always,
    • consideration that what we perceive outwardly of the person is
    • When a person stands before us, we feel that we are confronted by
    • It is of course true that each person confronts us with
    • are the words uttered with regard to his own personality by Goethe,
    • from ancestors to descendants interprets for us the individual person
    • who hold such a view would like to compile the human personality, so
    • dispositions, abilities for this or that. For each person brings with
    • from the standpoint that some person has a definite characteristic —
    • We see then in a person confronting us the flowing
    • In that which confronts us in the temperament of a person we have
    • members, then the choleric temperament results. If the person
    • other members, and especially impresses its nature upon the person,
    • phlegmatic person the glandular system gives the
    • nervous system; therefore in a sanguine person the nervous
    • suppose that in the case of a certain person everything arises from
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    • person: namely, that fundamentally each single person is in turn an
    • not less significant for life, which each person we meet
    • attentive to this riddle which each person presents, for our entire
    • riddle of the human individual, of which each person presents a
    • When in life a person stands before us, we must always,
    • consideration that what we perceive outwardly of the person is
    • When a person stands before us, we feel that we are confronted by
    • It is of course true that each person confronts us with
    • are the words uttered with regard to his own personality by Goethe,
    • from ancestors to descendants interprets for us the individual person
    • who hold such a view would like to compile the human personality, so
    • dispositions, abilities for this or that. For each person brings with
    • from the standpoint that some person has a definite characteristic —
    • We see then in a person confronting us the flowing
    • In that which confronts us in the temperament of a person we have
    • members, then the choleric temperament results. If the person
    • other members, and especially impresses its nature upon the person,
    • phlegmatic person the glandular system gives the
    • nervous system; therefore in a sanguine person the nervous
    • suppose that in the case of a certain person everything arises from
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    • to a more impersonal grasp of the truths of spiritual life than the
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    • to a more impersonal grasp of the truths of spiritual life than the
  • Title: Lecture: Mendelssohn's 'Overture of the Hebrides'
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    • the personal divine element throughout the West in their own way and
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    • the personal divine element throughout the West in their own way and
  • Title: Lecture: Past Incarnations of the Peoples of Today
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    • knowledge. Think, for example, of a personality like Rabindranath
    • personality of Rabindranath Tagore. If our outlook is healthy and
    • either have experienced personally or be able to experience things
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    • knowledge. Think, for example, of a personality like Rabindranath
    • personality of Rabindranath Tagore. If our outlook is healthy and
    • either have experienced personally or be able to experience things
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    • remarkable and very strange personality.
    • did not mind what the personal source was from which such things went
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    • did not mind what the personal source was from which such things went
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    • person's success and rise; we should be able to look upon his
    • capacity of appraising another person's value. We damage our
    • same person in later years.
    • critical judgment. We say: This person has done this or that, and our
    • get rid of it, to overcome it and drive it away. When a person first
    • period in a person's life and let us suppose that this person
    • later period of life. A study of human life may show us that a person
    • Another example: A person may be filled with the feeling of envy.
    • that at some later period of life such a person is dependent on
    • be a weak and swaying person.
    • When there is such a person in our environment, we must say that
    • towards such a physically weak person in our environment, a good
    • should have gone wrong with that person, for this is the retribution
    • Karma we must know that another person's Karma does not concern
    • same incarnation, so that a person withdraws into himself. All the
    • incarnation. Such a person is born as a timid soul, full of fears. He
    • What is the right attitude towards a person in whose case we must
    • We may come towards a person with understanding; i.e., immerse
    • person's soul, in spite of his failings. In this case, too, the
    • the same incarnation: for one who helps another person by his good
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    • person's success and rise; we should be able to look upon his
    • capacity of appraising another person's value. We damage our
    • same person in later years.
    • critical judgment. We say: This person has done this or that, and our
    • get rid of it, to overcome it and drive it away. When a person first
    • period in a person's life and let us suppose that this person
    • later period of life. A study of human life may show us that a person
    • Another example: A person may be filled with the feeling of envy.
    • that at some later period of life such a person is dependent on
    • be a weak and swaying person.
    • When there is such a person in our environment, we must say that
    • towards such a physically weak person in our environment, a good
    • should have gone wrong with that person, for this is the retribution
    • Karma we must know that another person's Karma does not concern
    • same incarnation, so that a person withdraws into himself. All the
    • incarnation. Such a person is born as a timid soul, full of fears. He
    • What is the right attitude towards a person in whose case we must
    • We may come towards a person with understanding; i.e., immerse
    • person's soul, in spite of his failings. In this case, too, the
    • the same incarnation: for one who helps another person by his good
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  • Title: Lecture: The Inexpressible Name, Spirits of Space and Time.
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    • to know the true essence of the person who stands before us. We
    • really do not know it. We think that the person we see before us
    • are simply due to the fact that in the one or in the other person a
    • consider who is the person whose chief characteristic is this search
    • person's religious and natural-scientific views! Many people
    • Each person has his own egoistic interest. External schematic
    • persons.
    • acquired a form which transcends the purely personal destiny and
    • interest in this element transcending the personal destinies, we
    • spheres pertaining to purely egoistic, personal human interests. If
    • Graeco-Latin ingredients of culture in the leading personalities of
    • be glad for each person who shows but a grain of understanding, and
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    • to know the true essence of the person who stands before us. We
    • really do not know it. We think that the person we see before us
    • are simply due to the fact that in the one or in the other person a
    • consider who is the person whose chief characteristic is this search
    • person's religious and natural-scientific views! Many people
    • Each person has his own egoistic interest. External schematic
    • persons.
    • acquired a form which transcends the purely personal destiny and
    • interest in this element transcending the personal destinies, we
    • spheres pertaining to purely egoistic, personal human interests. If
    • Graeco-Latin ingredients of culture in the leading personalities of
    • be glad for each person who shows but a grain of understanding, and
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    • passes over into the summer season of his personal existence;
    • to you as the Spirit of the Earth, is really a personality, like
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    • to you as the Spirit of the Earth, is really a personality, like
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    • says to oneself: What I am observing as the astral body of this person
    • person is twenty years of age, you must go backwards in time — let
    • of the Cosmic Intelligence and its progressive embodiment in the personal
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  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture III: The Transition from Ordinary Knowledge to the Science of Initiation
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    • agree that he is a splendid fellow — or a terrible person. This
    • like to become like this person or that we wish him off the face of
    • a person acts on another through intellect or aesthetic sense, in another
    • another person speaks from within us — as it were — indicates
    • When one attains initiation another person with whom one has ties of
    • personality as really within oneself. If an initiate meets another person
    • with whom he has ties of destiny, this other person is present within him
    • other person speaks from out of the initiate himself. For one possessing
    • person works not only on his will, but as strongly as a man standing
    • — will say: True, I don't hear a person speaking within me, if
    • to hold converse with persons connected with him through Karma. This
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    • the astral body of a person on the 2nd February 1924. Let this be the
    • person.
    • body of this person is not really present today, i.e. on the 2nd February
    • 1924. If the person is twenty years of age, you must go backwards in
    • knows this, at least in a very partial way. If we measure a person's
  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture VII: Dream-life and External Reality
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    • study all that a person experiences in such dreams we find that it always
    • kind of dream-experience. Just try to examine closely whether a person's
    • There is a pathological condition in which a person loses his connection
    • if you study the dreams of a normal person you will find intentions
    • whether a person is liable to suffer in this way. Such people have
    • and outer experiences. One gradually finds that such a person goes too far
    • the subjective side — i.e. for the person concerned, as well as
  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture VIII: Dreams, Imaginative Cognition, and the Building of Destiny
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    • states which depend on our physical, earthly personality.
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    • priest who teaches or preaches we have to do with a person who has
    • person who uttered this lie could not think of anything else to say
    • reappeared. Whether it is said that a person reincarnates or that his
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    • Now when someone talks like this he is an inconvenient person, and it
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    • scientific fact. Knowledge has become severed from direct personal
    • another character. It calls upon the personal in man; he cannot so
    • with the personal in the human being.
    • stands there before us in its truth or untruth and our personality
    • loathing from error and falsehood; but if we compare our personal
    • personally involved; the satisfied hunger cannot be said to stand
    • seek rather to keep our personality out of the decision. If yesterday
    • we have not essentially changed in our personal being. If, on the
    • completely impersonal relation to knowledge.
    • thereby obliged to come into a nearer, more personal relation with
    • approach rather as we do a person to whom we are more or less
    • life up to the moment of meeting him was a search for that person.
    • other person, so that he enters into our consciousness.
    • bound up with our personality, a knowledge that simply cannot be
    • at all without our personality taking part in it. And as we grow into
    • civilisation. The person who is able to represent it from immediate
    • personal has place in the path of knowledge, you will allow me, I
    • entirely personal matter. As we shall find, however, what seems most
    • personal in it has nevertheless an impersonal character. It is an
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    • scientific fact. Knowledge has become severed from direct personal
    • another character. It calls upon the personal in man; he cannot so
    • with the personal in the human being.
    • stands there before us in its truth or untruth and our personality
    • loathing from error and falsehood; but if we compare our personal
    • personally involved; the satisfied hunger cannot be said to stand
    • seek rather to keep our personality out of the decision. If yesterday
    • we have not essentially changed in our personal being. If, on the
    • completely impersonal relation to knowledge.
    • thereby obliged to come into a nearer, more personal relation with
    • approach rather as we do a person to whom we are more or less
    • life up to the moment of meeting him was a search for that person.
    • other person, so that he enters into our consciousness.
    • bound up with our personality, a knowledge that simply cannot be
    • at all without our personality taking part in it. And as we grow into
    • civilisation. The person who is able to represent it from immediate
    • personal has place in the path of knowledge, you will allow me, I
    • entirely personal matter. As we shall find, however, what seems most
    • personal in it has nevertheless an impersonal character. It is an
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    • made, in so far as it might be good for the two persons concerned, or
    • undertakings depended to the greatest possible extent upon personal
    • will do more and more in the future, to establish impersonal
    • people can only approach one another on far more impersonal grounds.
    • present between one person and another than to what works inwardly in
    • Graeco-Roman period two persons meeting for the first time made an
    • and characterological tendencies, how this person with a particular
    • temperament should be taken in such a way, whereas that other person
    • type of person and there is that other type, and, with each, must
    • personal connection to be made, a connection to be drawn closer, we
    • along this path and with small success. For how do we judge a person
    • do away with these prejudices and fancies for this person or that,
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    • made, in so far as it might be good for the two persons concerned, or
    • undertakings depended to the greatest possible extent upon personal
    • will do more and more in the future, to establish impersonal
    • people can only approach one another on far more impersonal grounds.
    • present between one person and another than to what works inwardly in
    • Graeco-Roman period two persons meeting for the first time made an
    • and characterological tendencies, how this person with a particular
    • temperament should be taken in such a way, whereas that other person
    • type of person and there is that other type, and, with each, must
    • personal connection to be made, a connection to be drawn closer, we
    • along this path and with small success. For how do we judge a person
    • do away with these prejudices and fancies for this person or that,
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  • Title: Lecture: Modern and Ancient Spiritual Exercises
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    • that were associated with the personality
    • with such ideas. But it is a fact that a person who is completely given up
    • — while professing at the same time to be true Christians. Such persons
    • Christ descended thence when He entered into the personality of Jesus.
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    • that were associated with the personality
    • with such ideas. But it is a fact that a person who is completely given up
    • — while professing at the same time to be true Christians. Such persons
    • Christ descended thence when He entered into the personality of Jesus.
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    • given you in these lectures. These persons will now make experiments
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    • Agricultural Course, which was attended by some sixty persons, Rudolf
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    • something else as well. We must know how to gain a kind of personal
    • all — though it may be a hard saying — a personal relationship
    • may seem an unpleasant task, but without this personal relation it is
    • is something that expresses quite exactly — yet in a kind of personal
    • we must have in a living and personal relationship; only then are we
    • sides. The point will be for us to develop the necessary personal relationship
    • aroma. This personal relationship to the matter (and you can well develop
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    • a kind of personal treatment. To-day especially, we shall therefore
    • animal. I may say, in parenthesis, suppose a person is suffering from
    • of interested persons, not actually farmers, to share in this Course.
    • in this way. Person who have nothing to say out of a real or well-founded
    • the other hand, the farmers hear of these things from unauthorised persons
    • — from persons who are merely interested — then indeed “the
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    • looked right beyond his personal life, and did not attach
    • higher Ego through Kama Manas. The personal life was to be
    • in which value is attached to the personal life.
    • personality. That which passes from one incarnation to
    • is the symbol of impersonal
    • man. Wine is the symbol of personal man. Christ changed the
    • water into wine; out of an impersonal religion He
    • instituted the religion of personality. As water is related
    • to wine, so is the impersonal nature of man to the
    • personal. Whoever wishes to understand the doctrine of
    • reincarnation and rise above the personality must refrain
    • individual view of what is impersonal in man.
    • appeared to sanctify personality. As a sign that Christ
    • thought. At the present time the heart is still personal.
    • The wine in the Chalice represents the personal element.
    • man experiences within his personality, while eight and
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    • looked right beyond his personal life, and did not attach
    • higher Ego through Kama Manas. The personal life was to be
    • in which value is attached to the personal life.
    • personality. That which passes from one incarnation to
    • is the symbol of impersonal
    • man. Wine is the symbol of personal man. Christ changed the
    • water into wine; out of an impersonal religion He
    • instituted the religion of personality. As water is related
    • to wine, so is the impersonal nature of man to the
    • personal. Whoever wishes to understand the doctrine of
    • reincarnation and rise above the personality must refrain
    • individual view of what is impersonal in man.
    • appeared to sanctify personality. As a sign that Christ
    • thought. At the present time the heart is still personal.
    • The wine in the Chalice represents the personal element.
    • man experiences within his personality, while eight and
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    • senses, nerves in the course of evolution. The personality consciousness
    • Times. Individuality and personality of man in passing through
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    • that we can describe them as ‘persons’ for those worlds,
    • just as we call men here on the physical plane ‘persons.’
    • the lion-soul, the tiger-soul, and so on, as independent personalities
    • we find the egos of the minerals, personalities as distinct as men are
    • who may equally well be considered personalities for those worlds, but
    • and somnambulists; these persons have such beings swirling round them,
    • have a kind of manifestation of the distinct personality on the astral
    • personalities for clairvoyant vision and they have their expression, their
    • into the nose of persons out of their surroundings, through many perfumes
    • person.
    • concerned describes from his Memoirs the machinations of a person[3]
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    • persons had lived on earth 2000 years after the instilling of the ego,
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    • Times. Individuality and personality of man in passing through
    • etheric body, astral body, but not yet a personal ego as he now possesses
    • call “personality.” With this word much is said in the characterization
    • of the Earth-man, for there was no “personality” on the
    • old Moon. We have seen how this personality has been formed gradually
    • did not feel him-self to the same extent a personality as does the man
    • If a modern man says “I,” he means the entity of his personality,
    • Bructeri, Cherusci, and only in the second place a personal “I.”
    • bear in mind this radical alteration in personality, if you realize,
    • was not designating the single personality, but remembered past generations
    • expression, personality did not come into question at all. A man remembered
    • and so on. In primitive ages the separated personality had nothing of
    • which goes through the various “personalities” in the course
    • of the Spirits of Love. What weaves through the personalities as the
    • of the Spirits of Wisdom and the human personality under the influence
    • an astral body. And because whatever man as personality develops under
    • these Spirits is again divided inasmuch as all that is personality stands
    • personality and his individuality are within two different tendencies
    • but directly in each single personality of the earth, we call Him the
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    • somewhat for individual persons. It lasts as a rule for about the length
    • of time that the person could hold out without sleep. Different people
    • for four to five days. The memory-tableau lasts as long as the person
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    • at a more perfect stage of development — and every single person
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    • definite beings, then they are always there. If a person sends out wrong,
    • It does not in the least occur to early peoples to personify in that
    • purely personal proficiency, and man was increasingly torn out of the
    • a time must come when there are as many religions and truths as persons.
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    • following: If a person, let us say, has told a lie during the day, its
    • perception while the person sleeps. Let us suppose this person is altogether
    • to himself and feel an independent personality. Thus the etheric and
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    • personalities influenced on the one side by Arabism and on
    • the intellect by the individual, personal man leads him
    • the personal immortality of man. Averroes declared a
    • consciousness of personality after passing through the
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    • those historic personalities who were influenced on the one
    • personalities, who found their way in course of time
    • personalities of whom I am now speaking, the ‘I
    • human beings ascribed to their own person only their
    • personalities of whom I am now speaking, it was a profound
    • emphasised above all things the individual and personal
    • those other personalities who arose chiefly within the
    • our thoughts with our own human personality! We hear a man
    • his own personality. Afterwards they will soon take a
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    • amateurish persons popularised the outlived errors of the
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    • inquisitive persons. At length, under the influence of the
    • speaking, having become a person again in earthly life,
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    • who lived as Christ in the personality of Jesus was
    • acquaintance in person. To such a man it may happen, at a
    • suddenly expected to know the real person, and his inner
    • to say, the personal element is always to be excluded here)
    • Movement, especially with the personalities and all the
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    • come for these two things: The free and personal use of
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    • personal element. In every conceivable direction Ahriman is
    • within it in full personal individuality. Every
    • Ahriman-being is over-endowed with personal Intelligence in
    • not in the least concerned with the personal quality of
    • ever-present to make his Intelligence personal after the
    • Intelligence and make it personally his own. Michael only
    • another person logically, the first thing we must presume
    • that he personally is called to read once more,
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    • with a certain historic personality. He was to study an
    • historic personality who had lived in the time of the
    • historically acquainted with a personality who had lived at
    • become familiar with that historic personality in the
    • personality of the time of the Renaissance and Reformation,
    • — if I may say so — on their own personal
    • an enormous amount of personal Intelligence is flooding
    • again, how much personal Intelligence is flooding through
    • of personal Intelligence are surging forth. They are there
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    • individually, — personally, as it were, — in
    • personality; and such a spirit, dwelling within a human
    • personality and overpowering him, is able to work upon
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    • single drops which then lived on as personal Intelligence
    • do not possess a personal intelligence of their own. On the
    • his Intelligence, is subject to personal immortality.
    • scholars that man does not possess personal immortality.
    • say that the intelligent being possesses personal
    • Dominican Order. It was to maintain and uphold the personal
    • declared: Man is personally immortal, and the teaching of
    • not assume the personal immortality of man, was declared a
    • personality after passing through the gate of death —
    • the Scholastic Philosophy rose up in defence of personal
    • mankind brought with it the individual and personal
    • that this personal immortality was first emphasised, while
    • repeat this to ourselves again and again: The personal
    • personal Intelligence in keeping with the true reverence
    • they must receive the personal and individual Intelligence.
    • is according to this) — they receive their personal
    • principle of personal Intelligence otherwise than in the
    • Intelligence. One must assert one's personality fully, if
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    • their personal relationship to their beloved Christ; for
    • that we recognize him as an important personality. When we
    • effective as personalities, for which reason educated
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    • awakening which the personalities on a certain day,
    • Pentecost, experienced — the personalities normally
    • different world. For him it was like a person who upon
    • I add a personal comment. I must admit that I was
    • personal remark. It is completely clear to me that for the
    • personal comment for two reasons: because of a peculiar
    • truth and not avoid such assertions, this personal remark
    • one can rely more on the words of a person who comes from a
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    • said yesterday that the personalities who we usually
    • were seven stages of initiation. The person who was to be
    • the person reached the capacity for an expanded
    • spiritual beings archangeloi or archangels. The person
    • existed on earth. When such a person was initiated in the
    • such a person and read in that soul as we read in a book
    • person who was initiated in the fifth degree what a nation
    • things, he affirms that when a person dies he is a spirit,
    • person can therefore not suffer. He doesn't notice
    • shocked upon hearing of a person who originally had the
    • for that person. Curious, isn't it? But is an
    • that such a person makes the life of Christ into a cheap
    • like that of a normal person's connection between
    • being. The normal person is a microcosm related to the
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    • no other person on the earth had so deeply observed this
    • Everything belonged to all, there was no personal
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    • mother, with that person who had been his mother for many
    • that they belong to him. Afterwards a person such as
    • other person. Then someone goes around saying asking what
    • kind of special person is that. I have examined the
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    • super-sensible thanks to the divine person of Christ. There had always
    • separated. The faithful reverence of the person of Christ, the god of
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    • super-sensible thanks to the divine person of Christ. There had always
    • separated. The faithful reverence of the person of Christ, the god of
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    • transformation has this person's I gone through? If we look back to the
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    • from its physical body, that means only that a person's inner being has
    • what this personality signifies within our cultural life. The nineteenth
    • personalities many things that were seen by their contemporaries with
    • A person who would merely
    • that there is no one else who could do it any better, then that person,
    • would say: If a person has once been born in a location where the primary
    • developed; if that person then neglects the physical body, it then becomes
    • inwardly that makes such a person receptive to the evil manifestations
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    • than John's Gospel. We are dealing with a personal experience
    • working at night. When a normal person of the present day falls asleep
    • be chaotic and unordered in an ordinary person.
    • what the person experiences in the spiritual world. In this moment, when
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    • Before this the concept of personality, the concept of the divine-spiritual
    • all things intellectual. Let us consider, on the other hand, a personality
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    • tribe. Because of this Sem was a kind of double personality. As incredible
    • as it may sound to modern thinking, to a clairvoyant a personality such
    • way the man's aura became a mediator between his personality and higher
    • understood to the Semitic people. An example of such a personality would
    • Many personalities have
    • person. When we follow his life we will find much that is not
    • bodies of Jesus of Nazareth, they no longer become leading personalities.
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    • materialism should finally conquer the human personality. A result of
    • detached from any individual human personality. The personal diligence and
    • spiritualized human personality will have to contradict the prevailing
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    • come to birth and are there. When a person performs his daily task with his
    • trials and temptations which beset a person when he really approaches the
    • point a simple-minded person might easily put the question: Why do the
    • personality and of all individuality and have the will of their parents
    • lives. The life that we lead as an individual remains within our own person;
    • what a person lives in his soul so objectively that it can go out of his soul
    • gradually assumed a personal character, inasmuch as it aims merely at putting
    • the Word we have something that lets spirit resound through the person
    • speaking. “Person,” did I say? Here we must remind ourselves that
    • persona” is a word that comes from the Latin for the mask that
    • the actor carries and through which his voice sounds. “Personare”
    • personality is closely connected with it.
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    • come to birth and are there. When a person performs his daily task with his
    • trials and temptations which beset a person when he really approaches the
    • point a simple-minded person might easily put the question: Why do the
    • personality and of all individuality and have the will of their parents
    • lives. The life that we lead as an individual remains within our own person;
    • what a person lives in his soul so objectively that it can go out of his soul
    • gradually assumed a personal character, inasmuch as it aims merely at putting
    • the Word we have something that lets spirit resound through the person
    • speaking. “Person,” did I say? Here we must remind ourselves that
    • persona” is a word that comes from the Latin for the mask that
    • the actor carries and through which his voice sounds. “Personare”
    • personality is closely connected with it.
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    • because the blood is the instrument of the ego, a person who does
    • Self just as he might face any unfamiliar person living in the
    • objection like this, such a person would fail to take into account
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    • something quite different which causes the person to become conscious
    • person as the process of salt-formation; and then it will be easy to
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    • Archai, or Principalities, or Spirits of Personality; of Archangeloi
    • Archai, the Spirits of Personality, were at the human stage, the
    • of Personality we have the Spirits of Form, the Exusiai, who are also
    • of Personality. They constitute the next lower rank in the
    • Should we not expect to find the Spirits of Personality, the
    • should expect to find the Principalities, or Spirits of Personality,
    • Personality, or Principalities, are the same as those called in
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    • Beings whom we call Spirits of Personality, Time-Spirits, Archai.
    • Personality as their servants, and that behind the expression
    • Personality indicated by yom, are active, so also the
    • advanced Spirits of Personality, the Yamim, were given their
    • Personality who reveal themselves not through light, but through
    • Elohim placed the Spirits of Personality as their deputies in charge
    • of Personality. We see existence being woven out of the Spirits
    • of Form and the Spirits of Personality, out of advanced Beings and
    • Personality, then the Archangeloi, the Archangels, or Fire-Spirits.
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    • Personality, Fire-Spirits or Archangels, and Angels — moved and
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    • person who wishes to become a spiritual investigator, in the
    • complete willpower. A person who wishes to become a spiritual
    • systematic way. (One person will need longer time for the attainment
    • of results, and another person a shorter time). These thoughts,
    • Perhaps you will allow me to make a personal remark; which, however,
    • is not meant personally, but, as you will readily admit, it belongs
    • something personal, but which is also an objective fact.
    • Take a nut with its shell. An unprejudiced person will think that the
    • Even as a person is a full human being in the true meaning of the
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    • person who wishes to become a spiritual investigator, in the
    • complete willpower. A person who wishes to become a spiritual
    • systematic way. (One person will need longer time for the attainment
    • of results, and another person a shorter time). These thoughts,
    • Perhaps you will allow me to make a personal remark; which, however,
    • is not meant personally, but, as you will readily admit, it belongs
    • something personal, but which is also an objective fact.
    • Take a nut with its shell. An unprejudiced person will think that the
    • Even as a person is a full human being in the true meaning of the
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    • Imagine in ordinary sense observation that a person directed his eyes
    • his gaze. The person would not be able to look around freely but
    • person were not in the position to turn from his spiritual
    • certain power over our mental images. Any person is aware of this
    • person to another, taking place within consciousness, actually can be
    • deep sympathy, of one person for another in the depths of the soul,
    • but since this person at the same time has reasons — reasons
    • stronger with one person, weaker with another. Because the soul might
    • person, although knowing nothing of this experience, does have this
    • lives in such a person a certain antipathy to confronting the abyss
    • present when a person is a materialist or a materialistically tinged
    • monist, can also be present when a person arrives through definite
    • materialistically minded person in the ordinary
    • something is brought to life as the thoughts of a deceased person, we
    • is present in the individuality of the dead person but with the
    • that in our era to a certain degree every person, if only he
    • also possible for a person to understand the descriptions of the
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    • Imagine in ordinary sense observation that a person directed his eyes
    • his gaze. The person would not be able to look around freely but
    • person were not in the position to turn from his spiritual
    • certain power over our mental images. Any person is aware of this
    • person to another, taking place within consciousness, actually can be
    • deep sympathy, of one person for another in the depths of the soul,
    • but since this person at the same time has reasons — reasons
    • stronger with one person, weaker with another. Because the soul might
    • person, although knowing nothing of this experience, does have this
    • lives in such a person a certain antipathy to confronting the abyss
    • present when a person is a materialist or a materialistically tinged
    • monist, can also be present when a person arrives through definite
    • materialistically minded person in the ordinary
    • something is brought to life as the thoughts of a deceased person, we
    • is present in the individuality of the dead person but with the
    • that in our era to a certain degree every person, if only he
    • also possible for a person to understand the descriptions of the
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    • their own will, their own sentiment; thus one person may regard this,
    • our own personality. Ideals of this kind are really only what one or
    • form their opinions out of feelings and personal motives, but
    • personal feeling as the standard of measurement. As persons we are
    • personal feelings about the ideal, and no longer ask what we
    • occultism; we should be putting our personal preferences above the
    • necessities of existence. However great our personal inclination for
    • sympathetically just because of our own personal preferences for this
    • something which dawns in us today in a form as yet impersonal; it is
    • will not think it inappropriate or too personal if again this year I
    • It is my wish, not out of personal preference but because it cannot
    • material impersonations; that some figures must stand out in the
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    • a thoughtful person will naturally reflect that such movements do not
    • vision at Damascus it came to one person only; in the future it will
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    • controlling centre, as superpersonal, superhuman, we have what Greek
    • the leading personalities of the period.
    • Spirits of Personality, the Principalities, the Archai, who of course
    • Spirits of Personality, then in the Persian epoch the next lower
    • Spirits of Personality, who were the inspirers of the Holy Rishis in
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    • a single person, a single person who in Atlantis walked the Earth as
    • soul-life which we find personified by Persephone was developed in
    • earth, enclosed within the narrow confines of his own personality.
    • which man does in fact tend to cut himself off as an isolated person
    • the personal intellectual ego, once lived as a man, as the younger
    • soul of Dionysos the younger. Since the death of the personality of
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    • for the man who sees himself in it. When you with your personality
    • Superficial persons could of course immediately say: ‘But you
    • Dionysos was himself a very ugly man. This person, Silenus who was
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    • Personality, during the Sun evolution the Cherubim worked with the
    • in this personality of ours; we wish to be permeated by the
    • in either case we find it all impersonal and freed from ourselves. In
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    • that it culminated in the single personality of Jesus of Bethlehem.
    • But now a personality was chosen because he possessed the brain most
    • constituted brain, and the personality chosen because he possessed such
    • personality so constituted was able, by his very nature, to enter
    • he is to receive it in the person of his son as a gift of Jahve.
    • is, through the very personality in whom was preserved a heritage which
    • race-community, no Imaginations, no inner, personal experiences arose
    • people could be initiated only by a personality who himself possessed in
    • became the appropriate personality to form the link between the Hebrew
    • into which the personality of Zarathustra could
    • — in the person of Nazarathos or Zaratas — was teaching
    • race, in his individual personality. The whole development of the Hebrew
    • personality of the Jesus described in St. Matthew's Gospel. Firstly,
    • people was to be recapitulated in the personality of Jesus? — In
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    • bear upon them. A person who has such inspirations to-day, but lacks
    • phenomena of the kind have occurred. There has been talk about one person
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    • Members of the School of Spiritual Science, Class 1. No person is
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    • person's entity and in regard both to living and dead to gain
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    • leading and guiding personalities only those who are very clever but
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    • persons; their nervous condition was partly written on their faces
    • matter. I may perhaps here introduce a few personal remarks, though
    • not intended personally. A great proportion of the opposition to
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    • only say that a child or young person is not lost at all; he really
    • being of the dead person during his life. Let us reflect how,
    • child or young person, because we more easily learn to know a young
    • person than those who have become more individualised and grown
    • sympathetic sorrow. Our grief for an older person is different, it
    • it is best borne by the reflection that an older dead person really
    • that when an older person dies we must not become an incubus to him,
    • held is the right one for a young person, or whether it is more
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    • so extraordinary a thing come about, that a person like Alexander
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    • person into our own life. That, however, is not the fact, the truth
    • subconsciousness take place strongly and personally. But then they
    • a person does after all retain the experience and something very
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    • It is indeed very good to seek the opinions of leading personalities
    • individuality, character, or personality, no freedom and so on. As
    • the opposite sex lies hidden in each person. It is no good however to
    • causes the tears to run which then makes the person sad. This is the
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    • It is indeed very good to seek the opinions of leading personalities
    • individuality, character, or personality, no freedom and so on. As
    • the opposite sex lies hidden in each person. It is no good however to
    • causes the tears to run which then makes the person sad. This is the
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    • just this memory that keeps our whole human personality intact, and
    • personality by any kind of loss of memory to realise what the power
    • of memory means for the cohesion of the human personality in
    • personality if we were dependent on the activity that works
    • different person. Our experiences are not the kind of thing we
    • us into a different person. But nowadays an unconscious
    • different person from week to week, year to year, and decade to
    • Nazareth,’ a person no greater than a somewhat more
    • individual is thrown back on his own personality and his personal
    • super-sensible spirit being approaches another person lovingly,
  • Title: The Supersensible Being of Man and the Evolution of Mankind
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    • just this memory that keeps our whole human personality intact, and
    • personality by any kind of loss of memory to realise what the power
    • of memory means for the cohesion of the human personality in
    • personality if we were dependent on the activity that works
    • different person. Our experiences are not the kind of thing we
    • us into a different person. But nowadays an unconscious
    • different person from week to week, year to year, and decade to
    • Nazareth,’ a person no greater than a somewhat more
    • individual is thrown back on his own personality and his personal
    • super-sensible spirit being approaches another person lovingly,
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    • If someone stands before a mirror and another person
    • person who stands beside me and looks into the mirror too, gives me a
    • duty not to allow those persons to attain power in the world, who
    • interested only in what concerns ourselves personally, we must
    • is affected by this, all that is but personal effort for their own
    • of humanity, because we frequently interpret our personal interests
    • great persons, not only when they gave out the results of
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    • If someone stands before a mirror and another person
    • person who stands beside me and looks into the mirror too, gives me a
    • duty not to allow those persons to attain power in the world, who
    • interested only in what concerns ourselves personally, we must
    • is affected by this, all that is but personal effort for their own
    • of humanity, because we frequently interpret our personal interests
    • great persons, not only when they gave out the results of
  • Title: Lecture: The Peoples of the Earth in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • that it flows in an individual form from a human personality. Through
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    • that it flows in an individual form from a human personality. Through
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Mystery, Novalis, the Seer
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    • published by persons who, apparently, were directly concerned in the
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    • an impersonal character. In the future incarnations of men, as Christ
    • around him. He incarnated in the personality of Jeshu ben Pandira
    • in Jeshu ben Pandira and in other personalities too, returns again and
    • change in the personality becomes apparent at a certain point in his
    • take possession of the personality of some human being in this way
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    • an impersonal character. In the future incarnations of men, as Christ
    • around him. He incarnated in the personality of Jeshu ben Pandira
    • in Jeshu ben Pandira and in other personalities too, returns again and
    • change in the personality becomes apparent at a certain point in his
    • take possession of the personality of some human being in this way
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  • Title: Universal Human: Lecture One: Individuality and the Group-Soul
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    • existed preeminently among the ancient Hebrews. A person who
    • person will be pushed to the fore. We have here characterized
    • individualities, or personalities, in the right sense. How can it
    • describe this anthroposophical movement as leading a person to grasp
    • must also be experienced completely impersonally. Concerning
    • as we still value our personal opinion, we cannot arrive at the
    • personal; it must be free of sympathies and antipathies. This must be
    • taken very seriously. Those who still prefer personal ideas and views
    • world on the basis of personal preference. Those who say that because
    • personal standpoint, we can accept Christian and oriental teachings
    • for themselves and disregard our personal opinions.
    • individuality as such does not matter. The person in whom
    • compared to this wisdom; the person as such does not matter at all.
    • It is only essential that this person has developed so far that his
    • or her personal likes, dislikes, and opinions do not taint the
    • this core of a person's being. We usually speak to each other only as
    • innermost core of a person through what we cultivate in
    • countenance. Thus, the individuality of a person — not the
    • individual I is expressing itself even in the person's gestures.
  • Title: Universal Human: Lecture Two: The God Within and the God of Outer Revelation
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    • how the Gospels can be applied to our personal lives.
    • of people must first appear in one person. Thus, the faculties having
    • of the person. Similarly, the writer of Saint Matthew's Gospel
  • Title: Universal Human: Lecture Three: The Lord of the Soul
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    • eleven. Depending upon what a person has to accomplish for humanity,
    • expressing ourselves is pedantic. If a person stands before us, we
    • say there is a human being. If a second person stands before us, we
    • reveals himself in a person can easily be
  • Title: Universal Human: Lecture Four: The Universal Human: The Unification of Humanity through the Christ Impulse
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    • the antagonism between a good and an evil person on earth. This kind
  • Title: Lecture: Practical Training In Thought
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    • and say to yourself: “I will now recall the person I saw
    • you have absolutely forgotten whether a person you met had on a grey
    • time you will know exactly what the person you met looked like and
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    • and say to yourself: “I will now recall the person I saw
    • you have absolutely forgotten whether a person you met had on a grey
    • time you will know exactly what the person you met looked like and
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    • ways: most easily in this way, that the person becomes what we might
    • in writing. I am quite sure, many a person would soon wean himself of
    • action in themselves. Let us assume that such a person, who is fond
    • things speak for themselves and to understand a person in himself,
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    • ways: most easily in this way, that the person becomes what we might
    • in writing. I am quite sure, many a person would soon wean himself of
    • action in themselves. Let us assume that such a person, who is fond
    • things speak for themselves and to understand a person in himself,
  • Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
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    • impulses also, it encounters many persons who feel drawn towards such
    • from personal predilection or subjective partiality when I assert
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    • from personal predilection or subjective partiality when I assert
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    • his inner experiences with a certain emphasis, while a young person
    • times travelling about in the world accompanied by a younger person
    • a person ventures into this inner being of man with the same frame of
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    • times travelling about in the world accompanied by a younger person
    • a person ventures into this inner being of man with the same frame of
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  • Title: Lecture: Realism and Nominalism
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    • person standing before us, who is somehow called “Smith”,
    • something concerning a person called Miller; you are only told that
    • from the person who has told you this. But he keeps on telling you:
    • — The old Miller is such and such a person, and he describes
    • the Third Person of the Trinity, the Spirit, was considered, people
    • with the genealogy of these three Godly Persons — that is, with
    • now they were three Persons. These three Persons who represent
    • Godly Persons, were supposed to form one Godhead. The Realists
    • comprised these three Godly Persons in one idea. For them, the idea
    • Persons of the one God — consisting of Father, Son and Holy
    • or name. Thus the three Godly Persons became separate Persons for
    • concerning the Three Persons. The old dogma of the Trinity was
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    • something concerning a person called Miller; you are only told that
    • from the person who has told you this. But he keeps on telling you:
    • — The old Miller is such and such a person, and he describes
    • the Third Person of the Trinity, the Spirit, was considered, people
    • with the genealogy of these three Godly Persons — that is, with
    • now they were three Persons. These three Persons who represent
    • Godly Persons, were supposed to form one Godhead. The Realists
    • comprised these three Godly Persons in one idea. For them, the idea
    • Persons of the one God — consisting of Father, Son and Holy
    • or name. Thus the three Godly Persons became separate Persons for
    • concerning the Three Persons. The old dogma of the Trinity was
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science, a Necessity for the Present Time
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  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science, a Necessity for the Present Time
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  • Title: Lecture: Fundamentals of the Science of Initiation
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    • senses. A plain, unprejudiced person learns to know the world through
    • knowledge. We observe how a person describes something, how he rises
    • certain personalities of the present time who persuade men that they
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    • knowledge. We observe how a person describes something, how he rises
    • certain personalities of the present time who persuade men that they
  • Title: Lecture: Adept-School of the Past
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    • flourish was the Graeco-Latin one, with its personal colouring, and finally
    • The personal element came more
    • personal element developed in art, and in Rome we find it in the structure
    • personal, intellectual element. But our task to-day is to grasp the
    • stronger and stronger, until his personality reaches the summit of
    • highest wisdom, in which there are no differences, no personal
    • opinion and no personal standpoint, but ONE VIEW only, will men
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    • The personal element came more
    • personal element developed in art, and in Rome we find it in the structure
    • personal, intellectual element. But our task to-day is to grasp the
    • stronger and stronger, until his personality reaches the summit of
    • highest wisdom, in which there are no differences, no personal
    • opinion and no personal standpoint, but ONE VIEW only, will men
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  • Title: Lecture: A Chapter of Occult History
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    • same epoch when, in Rome, man's consciousness of personality
    • Roman felt himself first and foremost as a personal citizen
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    • Roman felt himself first and foremost as a personal citizen
  • Title: Lecture: How Do I Find the Christ?
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    • personality of Christ Jesus could be written on a quarto
    • when man's own personality should be consciously within his grasp
    • own personality, because the Consciousness Soul had been
    • whole human personality makes this possible.’ Now
    • Woodrow Wilson. That is merely a personal aside. I love
    • the part of the personal Ego or has been
    • I do not mean only the actual physical personality, but the
    • of possession by demons: ‘Let a person be brought before
    • apart from his personal experience of them. —
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    • when man's own personality should be consciously within his grasp
    • own personality, because the Consciousness Soul had been
    • whole human personality makes this possible.’ Now
    • Woodrow Wilson. That is merely a personal aside. I love
    • the part of the personal Ego or has been
    • I do not mean only the actual physical personality, but the
    • of possession by demons: ‘Let a person be brought before
    • apart from his personal experience of them. —
  • Title: Lecture: The Nature of Eternity
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    • grows older, how in youth a person sends down most of his
    • must permeate livingly a person's meditation and
    • the person must not lose touch with his feelings and
    • its greatest work of art at the outset of a person's life,
    • to the second objection, to which perhaps even a personality
  • Title: Lecture: The Nature of Eternity
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    • grows older, how in youth a person sends down most of his
    • must permeate livingly a person's meditation and
    • the person must not lose touch with his feelings and
    • its greatest work of art at the outset of a person's life,
    • to the second objection, to which perhaps even a personality
  • Title: Lecture: Cosmogony, Freedom, Altruism
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    • million of persons, who can be added together and summed up,
    • Giordano Bruno was a remarkable figure, a great personality;
    • but the personal realisation of freedom. The best people were
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    • million of persons, who can be added together and summed up,
    • Giordano Bruno was a remarkable figure, a great personality;
    • but the personal realisation of freedom. The best people were
  • Title: Lecture: Brunetto Latini
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    • difficult. Nevertheless, personal and individual
    • and persons that were already here, so when you undergo this
  • Title: Lecture: Brunetto Latini
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    • and persons that were already here, so when you undergo this
  • Title: Lecture: The Shaping of the Human Form out of Cosmic and Earthly Forces
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    • the personality he has chosen out of the whole Cosmos to be
  • Title: Lecture: The Shaping of the Human Form out of Cosmic and Earthly Forces
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    • the personality he has chosen out of the whole Cosmos to be
  • Title: Lecture: Manifestations of the Unconscious
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    • however highly trained a person may be in body-free
    • characterise the other by telling you about a personal
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    • however highly trained a person may be in body-free
    • characterise the other by telling you about a personal
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    • Method and Purpose Among Spiritual Persons
    • encountered here or there. From my own personal experience on
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    • encountered here or there. From my own personal experience on
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  • Title: Lecture: Buddha
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  • Title: Lecture: Hygiene - a Social Problem
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    • those who are not his personal friends or relatives go to his surgery
    • intimately connected with the personal life of human beings, have a
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    • those who are not his personal friends or relatives go to his surgery
    • intimately connected with the personal life of human beings, have a
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    • to-day, if I may say so, to express my personal gratitude for this
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    • they viewed Jesus as a historical personality. For them, the coming
    • personality; but in the realm of spiritual knowledge, we are
    • personal experience, come to feel they had found the Christ. This was
    • existed as a real person in the sensory world. How can these two be
    • When it so pleased him, he appeared to one person in one angelic
    • human “person” as proceeding from the Father — from
    • consult the Gospels, and as modern persons, of course, they are
    • ‘Jesuology.’” And it was that same person, not I,
    • of what one is able to believe, as a rational person might believe
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    • they viewed Jesus as a historical personality. For them, the coming
    • personality; but in the realm of spiritual knowledge, we are
    • personal experience, come to feel they had found the Christ. This was
    • existed as a real person in the sensory world. How can these two be
    • When it so pleased him, he appeared to one person in one angelic
    • human “person” as proceeding from the Father — from
    • consult the Gospels, and as modern persons, of course, they are
    • ‘Jesuology.’” And it was that same person, not I,
    • of what one is able to believe, as a rational person might believe
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  • Title: Lecture: Thinking and Willing as Two Poles of the Human Soul-Life
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    • time proceed from persons who are more than fifty years old! As a rule the
    • similar pictures, — but in this case through personal activity
  • Title: Lecture: Thinking and Willing as Two Poles of the Human Soul-Life
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    • time proceed from persons who are more than fifty years old! As a rule the
    • similar pictures, — but in this case through personal activity
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  • Title: Inner Realities: Lecture 1: The Inner Aspect of the Saturn-embodiment of the Earth
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    • consisting only of time. These are the Spirits of Personality, known
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    • individuality. These are two great opposites. Personal will fatally
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    • man seen in a mirror to the person himself. For, just as the mirror
    • spiritual self-indulgence, for a person may practise it in order to
    • that. This person in question might say: “There must be some
    • in our hearts. Do not object that a person of simple mind may
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    • Sometimes it takes one form and sometimes another. One person may
    • when in that person's presence. And as we are now speaking of
    • movement. If a number of persons devote themselves to a higher Being
    • superficial person takes the form of boredom? But of this boredom
    • which is as a rule only ascribed to a shallow-pated person, there are
    • is proved by the fact that persons who suffer from it incessantly
    • that evolves upwards as the Spirits of Movement, of Personality, of
  • Title: Inner Realities: Lecture 5: The Inner Aspect of the Earth-embodiment of the Earth
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    • time a vast number of persons will know, by personal vision into the
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    • assertion of individuality. Personal Will opposes the
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    • which extend far beyond the narrowest circle of our own personal
    • every normally thinking person will look upon the cultivation
    • Suppose any person, — the authoress of this book for instance,
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    • Spirits of Personality, known to us as Archai in the hierarchy of
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    • two great opposites. Personal will fatally opposes the permeation of
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    • spiritual self-indulgence, for a person may practise it in order to
    • that. This person in question might say: ‘There must be some
    • a person of simple mind may contemplate this picture and not know all
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    • person may long for the homely stories of the family circle; he does
    • when in that person's presence. And as we are now speaking of the
    • movement. If a number of persons devote themselves to a higher Being
    • unendurable, and which in a merely superficial person takes the
    • ascribed to a shallow-pated person, and that which is an attribute of
    • longing than by change? This is proved by the fact that persons who
    • Personality, of Wisdom, and of Will — there is also what we
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    • number of persons will know, by personal vision into the higher
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    • persons it never is the same,” it is especially applicable to
    • wisdom.” A person might therefore reasonably say that he would
    • that such a person was not particularly moral. Who has not seen
    • and perception, what a person ought to do or leave undone in order
    • Europeans to Christianity; and the whole of the personal human
    • superfluity of force which was more than he needed for his own personal
    • the human being considers of value in life, regarding personal energy
    • describe, the moral nature contained in the personality of Francis of
    • Francis of Assisi quite a number of persons knew through revelation
    • that an important personality was about to be born. Historical
    • personality was about to be born, was Saint Hildegarde. At this point
    • Hildegarde awakened from this dream, she knew this personality
    • persons dreamt in a similar manner. From the knowledge at their
    • the streets again and again saying "An important person has been born
    • single personality in that age.
    • remarkable man, especially from his youth. What sort of a person was
    • personality of Francis of Assisi.
    • single personality. It is important that we should study a
    • conditions he felt an inner personal relationship to the Cross
    • of cases at that time through the historically well-known personality
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    • indeed, most striking and illuminating that in the case of a personality
    • come, we must inquire in the case of such an exceptional personality as
    • that in Europe also there were persons who might be compared with the
    • remained hidden. Thus it came about that the leading personalities in
    • Mystery of Golgotha. For Francis of Assisi was a personality who was
    • ancestry of the bodies in which the personalities of the Apostles
    • discovered the source of the moral power in that chosen personality,
    • consideration, it would be too-much to expect a person to realise the
    • persons who were not sufficiently mature to receive them. It was
    • is morally good. If a person is wicked, it is because that which has
    • necessarily built upon these two foundations, is that a person who
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    • only be developed if a person is in a position to go wrong in one of
    • limit. Foolhardiness is one side; the opposite is cowardice. A person
    • something unhealthy or abnormal in the human soul if a person
    • the world. An apathetic person only lives in himself; obstinately,
    • people go through the world and meet this or that person, but really
    • were, into the arms of each person we meet is to lose oneself
    • passionately in the person; that is not true interest. If we do this,
    • must not consider it moral when a person says it is merely incorrect
    • some circumstances a person must needs refuse to be sympathised with;
    • reasonable person can object. Hence also the attitude of another
    • person cannot be blamed or condemned if his actions are determined by
    • acquire Anthroposophy in one day, any more than a person can
    • you wish to know how the brain of a person is constituted, you must
    • egoistically!” It is not egoism when a person undergoes a
    • person neglects his own further development, he renders himself
    • time, and as, through his actions and his moral attitude a person
    • confirming what is felt by persons with special mental endowments. It
    • person feels responsible for what he has done, the fact that he
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    • Occult History, Personalities and events in World-History in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • personal references among matters of objective history,
    • established which made it possible for the person, although
    • what personality we had among us whom we could use as a
    • the result entirely of my own, personal research, the
    • instruments for research had to be sought among persons in
    • the help of persons possessed of atavistic clairvoyance.
    • occultists' field of observation a personality who
    • This was Madame H. P. Blavatsky, a personality very
    • the development of occultism, a personality appeared who
    • personality has appeared who through her peculiar organic
    • personality who simply because of her organic make-up
    • personality from whom, as out of an electrically-charged
    • can be forthcoming from this personality. But those belonging
    • world with the help of this personality! — And now a
    • certain personalities when she wanted to evoke manifestations
    • side of the left that she was a personality of key
    • personality. This was first disclosed to her by the
    • means of persons who had first been put through an occult
    • dilettantism. The only scholarly persons who concerned
    • time she came to be associated with a person who from the
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    • mediums were guided by the souls of living persons —
    • advantage of it. A person able to see through such matters
    • the nineteenth century could produce a type of person whose
    • a personality of this type there happens to stand some
    • then, was a personality whose brain tended entirely to
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    • remarkable personality, namely H. P. Blavatsky. Now, after
    • the Eighth Sphere. When one or another person has insisted:
    • then this means that such and such a person wants to deliver
    • personality is promptly drawn into the current of its future
    • being mentioned, ... In reply to such persons it is due to
    • regret to be obliged to differ from many persons, whom I hold
    • The first person, however, to profane the mysteries
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    • grown-up person you will detect a certain difference. For you
    • possible because it was in the interests of certain persons
    • arise, above all the hostile personalities, are really, for
    • This is the best way for a person to undermine teaching which
    • that such a person is unable to grasp the essence of the
    • of personal vanity, or certainly when the outer course of
    • directly personal affairs, the subjective-personal life, to
    • someone. But simply to look from one personality in search of
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    • inspired by living persons with every kind of bias, these
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    • persons insufficiently prepared.
    • veil a person forfeits the very generally prevailing
    • therefore not desirable to allow those persons to break
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    • person whose consciousness is not quite normal, who has a
    • such a person is inclined to all sorts of fanciful delusions,
    • You will always find that a person with abnormal
    • rather crudely, a person who is a little mad in one direction
    • the other person.
    • But the subjective strivings of very many persons do not, in
    • for Lucifer. But a person who speaks to this effect today is
    • into which a person may fall in his spiritual life if he
    • society. When one person or another is beginning to study
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    • Christian era. How earlier personalities find difficulty in
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    • Divine Logos, the second person of the Trinity, a concept
    • experienced, in his personal pupils, among whom was Mark.
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    • as against a distorted belief motivated by personal
    • reinforced by personal interests. In the course of time those
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    • when those persons whose spiritual life was at all concerned
    • the three thousand years covered by these five persons. It
    • personal teacher but is founded on the Mystery of Golgotha, a
    • of Homer, the more we admire him. For a person who studies
    • is described so that he stands as a complete personality
    • that actually occurred. Hector was a living person who strode
    • real. They still stand before us as personages of real
    • Achilles. In such a personage we have something that belongs
    • the person concerned was a poetical personage. But this
    • poetical personage can be traced back to a real individuality
    • what happened in the intervening time. A personality such as
    • lived then as a real person, though he was not as Goethe
    • personalities in themselves. Then came something that made it
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    • of personal situations. If anyone has need of it for his own
    • personal encouragement, he will bury himself in one or the
    • seldom results in anything more than a personal relationship
    • for personal edification, and do not read one part or another
    • person he has to lead in just the same way as one man
    • simplicity and its dramatic crescendo from the person of John
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    • penitential feast, to which other important persons of the
    • Naboth. So Naboth is the physical personality of Elijah; when
    • we speak of the personage of Naboth, we are speaking of the
    • physical personage of Elijah. In the biblical sense, Elijah
    • individual personality of Naboth but only by hovering over
    • is not only his individual personality at work, but something
    • more than a personality, which hovers over the individuality
    • that the physical personality of the Baptist may perhaps have
    • that is to say, his physical personality was then prevented
    • personality of John had been arrested, but when he had been
    • though the physical personality of John had gone away, he is
    • the medium of a single personality; what in ancient times was
    • different personality as that of Raphael. Can we not feel
    • too great to be able to enter into a single personality but
    • personality seemed like an illumination? Such was indeed the
    • somewhat personal one, to which I already alluded in Munich.
    • personality of John the Baptist, but the full being of
    • the Baptist just when the physical personage was withdrawing
    • filled his earthly personality. What we recognize as the
    • the human personality, thus compelling the demons to allow
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    • the spiritual midwifery of Socrates when he left each person
    • Buddha's teaching; so the personal pupils of the Buddha are
    • morning as an example, I do this not for a personal but for a
    • in them. Abstract-minded persons have done this in the belief
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    • person of Krishna what also was revealed by others before
    • radiant personality which no one can comprehend, neither
    • the materialistic person believes he is only inhaling oxygen.
    • personal impact of Krishna, but in the form of ideas —
    • more. These are the records assembled around the person of
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    • animals. Although some foolish persons have recently begun to
    • forms his personal soul in his twenties. It is at this point
    • Christ first of all seems to us like a lonely personality,
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    • become the ego, such persons split apart their human bodily
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    • For while it is comparatively easy for a person who has lived
    • still for a person who lives in the mountains to believe that
    • he is ascending higher, in the case of a person who is at
    • for us in the Transfiguration scene in the person of Moses,
    • person of Elijah?
    • these people are thinking like a certain other person. For it
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    • the deeds of the single personality, Jesus of Nazareth. He
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    • notion that one can penetrate behind the outer personality to
    • about Charlemagne, Otto the Great and similar personalities.
    • referring to individual personalities. In the case of
    • individual personalities there is no need to flatter oneself,
    • different opinions of the same personality, if that
    • personality now maintains something different from what it
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    • today only imagine a person to be capable of speaking in the way
    • person must stand immersed in his people, a people capable of
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    • those who were creatively religious, personalities who were creative
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    • of mine was quite a nice person when we were young. Later in life he
    • united with Jesus; two natures in one personality; God in man.
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    • through the burning up of matter. Matter is destroyed when a person
    • personality.
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    • paralysed person, a cataleptic person, cannot move about because his
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    • concerned. And it cannot be stressed often enough that a person who
    • remain the same person he always is in ordinary life. But out of the
    • first person that second one develops, capable now of thinking
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    • a person, this is a force which has been given to us out of our
    • pre-earthly life, but in a living way. So if we love a person we can
    • feeling of self with too much independence turns into a person who
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    • in the first instance, a person who lives in natural things and
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    • Goethe is a personality who stands fully in
    • person who played his part in bringing about the situation that now
    • personalities of statesmanlike quality and much world experience
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    • a representative of all those seeking personalities who lived at that
    • personality living in the midst of this seeking and striving that had
    • what such personalities were like at the universities of that time.
    • personality. But Goethe does also depict him as a type, as a typical
    • personality belonging to the whole twilight condition of the
    • external facts, particularly on the greatest personalities of the
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    • world in 1808 had been transformed from a drama of personality, which
    • 1790, Faust was concerned only with himself. We see this personality
    • question in his own way. He says: A person who follows the course of
    • place between these two personalities we should have to say: In olden
    • how a personality as great as Goethe strives to find an entry to the
    • depicted as a personality — within the context of an
    • unimportant person but a very important person — for Friedrich
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    • outstanding personalities. Let me introduce today's lecture with a
    • intensely a personality such as Goethe sensed the continuing
    • super-sensible world more into the human personality, into an abnormal
    • form of the human personality, the element of madness. Then, in the
    • by the person belonging to the external, physical earthly world, by
    • the personality of Wallenstein, and in
    • personalities were impelled ever and again to turn back to the time
    • made manifest in such outstanding personalities, how it streams into
    • inwardly mature person for all that. But because externally he is a
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    • a personality through whom Goethe wanted to depict the true human
    • layabout. He is not a person who is seriously searching for a world
    • mathematical problems. To such a person it is said: If you want to
    • medicines. If a person endeavours to understand something given
    • — than is the organism of a person who remains in the thought
    • will also become free personalities who are not prone to succumb to
    • intensely with the personality and with the whole human being. This
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    • the development of individuality, of personality, has been at work,
    • arrogance! For it means that such persons, making use of ideas which
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    • neatly packed away in some chamber of the soul and make a person
    • postAtlantean times, still inspired certain personalities like
    • differentiated. What one person would see, a second and a third would
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    • personality.
    • thereby ruined my body. With equal conviction such a person should be
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    • development of individuality, of personality, has been at
    • persons, making use of ideas which have been presented to
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    • in post-Atlantean times, still inspired certain personalities
    • differentiated. What one person would see, a second and a
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    • sick person.
    • we did not send a form letter, instead I wrote personally
    • He called it a chain meditation (passed on from person to
    • person by word of mouth), not a circle meditation. And he
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    • years. The person who comes back is really quite different
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    • shoots down into the organ. If, in the normal way, a person
    • able to conceive of a person being seized, somewhere or
    • detail later on. A person who eats too many potatoes may,
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    • existence, is like a person who is sitting quietly in an
    • the one person or the other, but what each of them has been
    • thinking about them — thereby, we become a personality,
    • being can be a self-contained personality; these forces
    • impurities existing in the outside world. Such a person would
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    • influence on the physical constitution of a person who is
    • sympathy on the part of the physician with the person he has
    • to cure, without this strong desire to give personal help, no
    • attractively, in a person like Paracelsus.
    • person learns the Lord's Prayer. He, too, knows it, but he
    • receiving new forces of inspiration. A person who is
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    • accomplished, my dear friends, if we simply direct a person's
    • person who gives himself up to all kinds of vague
    • person sits in an armchair. Yes, but the reality that must be
    • and guided by the personalities who are suited for this work.
    • This leadership by persons who are destined for it by fate
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    • personally cultivate the mood of helping. He must deny
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    • the one person and the etheric body of the other. You must
    • Indications can be given to such a person. I can, for
    • of magnetic healing — when a person has the faculty for
    • occasions, when karma leads us to a person whom we are able,
    • which then works upon the ether body of the other person.
    • of the physical environment. A person whose life is such that
    • physician of a purely personal nature or are they affected by
    • how different, how individual is the hair of each person.
    • this emanates from the whole human organism. A person who has
    • permeated with it. The other person who has black hair
    • so, why should it not be possible to learn about a person
    • from the handwriting of a person we can more or less get at
    • therefore, who wants to know something about a person as he
    • life there is a difference, for one person writes with his
    • read the karma of a person from the lines in his left hand.
    • In the right hand one usually sees the personal capacities
    • and industriousness which a person has acquired during this
    • person follows his impulses and instincts; the free person
    • person experiences when he has the thoughts of free spiritual
    • personal, I have always found that imagination was helped a
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    • sense. He becomes a person whom society appoints to play the
    • person must have quite a different attitude. A young person
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    • between the outside world and the human being that a person
    • As a modern person you feel that you must understand every
    • notice this process in a grown-up person. The digestive tract
    • atomize a pedantic person, but he will still remain pedantic.
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    • and wishes to have a personal meditation. In the case of a
    • personal meditation one must naturally indicate whether the
    • the person must act in the sense of this meditation, and so
    • meditation must be regarded as a personal meditation.
    • personal development. One should try to find the link from
    • it. Therefore in the case of the personal meditations it is
    • absolutely necessary for this personal meditation gradually
    • meditation becomes something without which a person cannot
    • because karma has put a person in a certain place. We must
    • something when the person concerned knows that at the place
    • how a person can be healed but may not have the will to heal
    • or the other, a person can develop this or that, but the
    • speak about personal characteristics of the prior questioner
    • is an intelligent person today and becomes a physician,
    • the person concerned has undergone the shock of having been
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    • person who has knowledge of earthly conditions able to say
    • which transcend the personal, make a man a genius, go beyond
    • the individual personal element — where he is concerned
    • with things that no longer have to do with his personal
    • What a person learns lies in the realm of his own option, but
    • simply by the karma of civilization. The fact that one person
    • comes into the one group and another person into another, is
    • be an entirely different person from one who, let us say,
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    • another personality in Arabism — he did not live at
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    • the grown-up person. Here there will be greater difficulty.
    • person. When we succeed in doing this, we get the impression
    • because he is a physician, can be the person who can make the
    • concrete, more full of heart. A young person today who has
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    • a matter of air-vibrations is like a person who says: Man has
    • assume definite configuration. Another person may dream of
    • individualpersonal bearing. If we did not sleep, if our life
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    • person whose soul is fired with enthusiasm for a high moral
    • of love, or whatever it may be. That person may also feel
    • just as he would speak of a person as having nothing except
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    • left-handed person this is reversed; those who are left-handed have
    • consideration. When a person lies on the right side it may only be
    • find, for example, a person with a remarkable complaint: he sees with
    • “English sickness.” When a person gets too much salt he
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    • reach the brain if we are to be capable of thinking. If a person is so
    • stamp of man. If a person's constitution is such that the
    • deposited, they pass out of the body in the faeces? A person who has
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    • be a rapid deterioration in his health. And so a person who begins to
    • The consequence is that the person concerned is stupefied, feeling is
    • it is necessary, in certain circumstances, to give the person a very
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    • very gifted person, as the more benevolent might designate him, but
    • not only for the intimate circle of the personality in question but
    • this moment when the Christ incorporated in a personality of this earth.
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    • such a person could doubt that solar beings, dwelling on the sun, can
    • call the Spirits of Personality, or the Principalities — Archai
    • in Christian esotericism. These Spirits of Personality worked over,
    • Spirits of Personality; and thereby man became a being of the rank of
    • certain Spirits of Personality, who should have reached their gaol on
    • these retarded Spirits of Personality work during the Sun existence?
    • a later stage. Had the retarded Spirits of Personality performed their
    • of Personality that the mineral kingdom came into being; in fact, those
    • appeared again the Spirits of Personality, the Spirits of Motion, and
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    • They aimed at eradicating the personal element: Kill that which endows
    • you with a personal ego! Gaze back to olden times when the ties of blood
    • the influences that would drive you to a personal ego; try to learn
    • have reached a state in which each of you stresses the personal ego
    • development will be furthered only by subduing the personal ego and
    • to heart, ignoring all that is personal, then you have the right consciousness
    • The old initiates had no quarrel with the personal ego, but they maintained
    • his own personality. He need not obey the physical bonds of blood brotherhood
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    • another person yawning. Formerly a far closer tie prevailed between
    • dependent solely upon his own personality, his own individuality. Lucifer
    • desire, in varying degrees, to find the center of gravity in personality.
    • prepared the way for man to remain within his personality and at the
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    • between his own individuality — what he was as a personality —
    • from personal observation. — For all that, however, it was an
    • Of the sensation of shame it can be said that when a person is ashamed
    • And when a person is frightened
    • and squeezing out the tears, and of the person then becoming sad
    • When a person is sufficiently
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    • the person of Jesus of Nazareth, united with the evolution of the earth;
    • discloses the fact that in His thirtieth year the personality we know
    • they all imply that one who is a lofty personality, initiated in a certain
    • to pay no particular attention to the earthly life of the personality
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    • the passing over of a psychic influence from one person to the other.
    • had been exerted by the one person on the rest. Do not tell me this
    • wine would still have been but water! A sensible person would reply
    • for I believe it will strike any sensitive person as offensive when,
    • not the person of a man as he lives on earth between birth and death;
    • we read, not the man's parents have sinned, nor has his own personality
    • — the personality one ordinarily addresses as “I”;
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    • the spiritual world. So when a person becomes clairvoyant by rational
    • inherent in the female personality. In a marvelous fashion the author
    • personality it is necessary to penetrate to something deeper. And this
    • that someone saw another person does not imply that the person seen
    • — not through the man's personality between birth and death, nor as
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    • the person of Jesus of Nazareth, the initiate. Underlying the Matthew
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    • though not in the literal sense of a materialistically minded person
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    • clairvoyant persons do not need to exercise any organs of
    • clairvoyant person brings something out of the spiritual
    • it, thoughts are contained, a network of thoughts. The person
    • another person who is not gifted with clairvoyance, but who
    • most difficult to distinguish whether a person is actually
    • the soul-spiritual element. Thus, a person who, in the first
    • speak. Dreaming requires that a person has himself fully
    • when a person cannot come to the point of perceiving quite
    • active in a person of our time, he becomes a bit clairvoyant,
    • is possible only when a person is able to imprint the whole
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    • in Imagination. A person who honestly pursues his way in his
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    • what had been dogmatically set down there. For a person who
    • person who sees what anthroposophy as to set forth about such
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    • personality who had to fight with the great intensity, on the
    • Augustine, humanity remembers a personality who took part in
    • fluids. People then thought that in a healthy person the
    • intermingling of fluids was seen in a sick person. Thus we
    • asked themselves a question that can occur now to a person
    • the personality we know under the name Basilius Valentinus.
    • personality was he? He was somebody who had taken up the
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    • person with soul sustenance and warmth; insofar as he could
    • personality.
    • urging a person to ask, What are the secrets of existence?
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    • region a person has to penetrate in order to reach the
    • personified lie against truth. We must realize that this
    • battle of the personified lie against truth is capable of
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    • contemplation of a certain personality. This is something we
    • history as a tragic personality, experienced what was present
    • consider the personality of Nietzsche in any way. We only do
    • third of the nineteenth century through the person of
    • this period of the nineteenth century. He is the personality
    • intended as attacks against individual persons. In the first
    • was not meant to be attacked personally. He was to be considered
    • considered only as a tragic person; he also wanted to laugh
    • him. Therefore, the personality of Friedrich Nietzsche
    • Imagine such a person! This, however, is present-day
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    • Concerning 2, a person could imagine that one thing
    • example, when a person consumes only a certain quantity of
    • measure it against the size of the person. Instead, we refer
    • it is possible for a person with a more sensitive awareness
    • Such a person
    • personality, the one about Gaius Julius Caesar:
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    • finally rigidified into the dogma of the two persons of
    • you a vivid description of this. Imagine that a person
    • forces. If a person eats a plum today, he is not aware of
    • morning to going to sleep at night, such a person was filled
    • Such a person
    • During the day, it was muted by what a person perceived
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    • a person when he has to become aware that in a certain way he
    • a Greek or even a person of the eleventh or twelfth century
    • person said, The intellect is outside, permeating the world
    • persons. This is something we no longer experience properly.
    • turns a Jesuit into a different kind of person from the
    • happening. Here is a person who, in the rest of his book,
    • growing. From it, then develops what only a person who tries
    • A formerly black-haired person who has white hair has
    • causes our present misery. Unfortunately, if a person
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    • insofar as the representative personalities of the various
    • element in the whole conception of the human personality
    • person was given the death penalty for having stolen a pocket
    • description of those persons coming from among the ordinary
    • could have been built between leading personalities and what
    • anthroposophical spiritual science is something a person like
    • person today whom I must count among the most brilliant
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    • the activities of a certain personality, namely, de Maistre.
    • Maistre, a personality of the greatest imaginable genius, of
    • of de Maistre claim that when one encounters a person in this
    • the form of Roman Catholicism with personalities like
    • taken place. In particular, he aims at the personality of the
    • attacking an important personality, the one who made his
    • Maistre is actually a person who in all instances pays
    • person today. For the way a personality like de Maistre
    • only observes the individual person; he sees the spiritual
    • says: If, in turn, I consider Locke as a person he was indeed
    • person. He is the corrupter of Western European humanity, but
    • he is a decent person. If he would be born again today and
    • he again turns to Locke as a person. This is something that
    • constantly confuse the external personality with the
    • human being. Now he turns again to the outward personality
    • we must vividly feel what imbued a person such as Gambetta
    • around the personality of Dreyfus;
    • modern question of one person's individual status is
    • except for the temporal, passing papal personalities —
    • sought in spiritual heights was brought down into the person
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    • spirituality of the whole environment. Today, a person sees
    • a personality, as an individual, on the earth. It is the moon
    • relationship to the physical body. When a person cannot sleep
    • that depending on whether a person was born during one or
    • you into what is nowadays called a nervous person. A nervous
    • condition in a person is caused mainly by the fact that the
    • it makes a difference whether a person stands at a given spot
    • the person are direct ones; in the second case, the earth is
    • person receives the direct Jupiter influence during the
    • a quite special organ of thinking; the person receives a
    • certain predisposition to thinking. Assume that a person
    • Jupiter's influences. Such a person's brain is less developed
    • with its substances and forces is active in a person and
    • present, such a person turns into a dull dreamer, one who is
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    • Earlier, he was not a personality in the proper sense. He
    • became a personality due to the fact that the forces intended
    • mineral kingdom. The human being became a personality and
    • person thinks today merely by means of his intellect, his
    • individuality and personality. It is an episode that must not
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    • like to place before you a personality who illustrates
    • today. The personality, who has been mentioned also in
    • personalities to their courts. The Christian knowledge
    • sixth century by an unknown person, which were then
    • value that we place on personality today was certainly not
    • attached to personality in those earlier ages. Perhaps we
    • why people did not place much value on personality in that
    • personality. According to this Dionysian view, when we speak
    • of God, we should not speak of personality, for the concept
    • of personality is much too small and too lowly to designate
    • the deity. Rather we should speak of super-personality. When
    • whole personality was imbued with the magnitude of the
    • lectures. The mind of such a person, particularly of one of
    • personalities as John Scotus Erigena. But there were many
    • in a much more vital form to the personality who must be
    • Erigena was for the ninth century, such a person would still
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    • considering the position of a personality such as John Scotus
    • fact that a person lives in a region rich in red soil, hence
    • transcending existence, if we do not refer to the personality
    • but the personality transcending personality. Hence, human
    • still retain the shadow of the intellect. When a person
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    • personality who in a certain way was influenced by the
    • person of today. We shall now try to characterize them.
    • great difference between the way a person thought of a
    • person would have laughed if he had been asked whether his
    • entirely abstract. It became so abstract that a person like
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    • the content of our soul, however, the person to whom we are
    • the young person enters a phase of the life of soul which
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    • not a Goethe philistine but a free, open-minded person will
    • person, and thus become healthy? The study of healing
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    • person's biography for the time spent between going to sleep
    • paradoxical though it may sound, as a person who believes
    • profound personalities of the developing Greek culture,
    • personalities whose successors were such people as Aeschylus
    • and Heraclitus. We find that these personalities, in so far
    • something working in them personally but as something they
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    • objective, becomes his personal asset. He elaborates the
    • thoughts more and more as his own personal possession. Other
    • traced the whole interplay between individual personalities
    • Certain spiritually minded personalities in the Near East,
    • the factor of individual personality had not asserted itself
    • — single personalities were stirred by the impulses of
    • other, the now lawfully established Spirits of Personality,
    • from East to West and with the youthful vigour of personality
    • taken over by the Archai, the Spirits of Personality, had not
    • — at persons such as Pericles, Alcibiades, or even
    • personality are strong in him, and then also at Caesar
    • personality appears who stands with his soul in the conflict
    • between the newly empowered Spirits of Personality and the
    • personality whose soul is entangled in the conflict, is
    • potentiality of his own personality the new form of thoughts
    • Personality, the Beings who had now assumed the rulership of
    • A personality
    • the personality and see how the soul-forces battle one with
    • personality is guided and led by the divine-spiritual Powers
    • viewpoint we learn to know a human personality as he lives on
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    • Personality, the Archai or Primal Powers. If we are mindful
    • we must call Spirits of Personality, Archai, but those Archai
    • Form to rulership by the Spirits of Personality.
    • world-order, or about the personality of Jesus. But what such
    • the personality of Jesus flows down and persists in the
    • Personality.
    • we shall meet the Spirits of Personality, the Archai. We
    • Spirits of Personality have been able to do with our
    • Personality, to become truly free so that he may also adopt
    • true mission of the Spirits of Personality shall make itself
    • of the mission of the Spirits of Personality can give us, as
    • may say. The grown-up person is content with this state of
    • it seems grotesque to this young person to have to follow
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    • today as an individual and a personality, had the process
    • henbane, clearly defined thoughts may arise in a person whose
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    • extremely boring is suggested if it is said that a person
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    • person of Jesus. Danger of identifying Pagan Mystery
    • one person to another by Christ. Only initiates had
    • personal experience.
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    • of consequence thought of, or even believed in, the person of
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    • the Person of Jesus of Nazareth. Indeed these legends and
    • Legend” and transferred to the Person of Jesus of
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    • Christ was not confined to His person, but was reflected in
    • powers from one person to another by virtue of His selfless
    • to transfer powers from one person to another? They would not
    • force from one person to another they would have abused it,
    • ingenious, but in two hundred years the person will long have
    • also knew personally those pupils of the Apostles who had seen
    • the soul, a disease of the human personality. To deny Christ
    • soul, of the human personality. To deny Christ is a
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    • treated medically, in order that good and evil, all personal
    • I doubt if there is a single person who imagines that the
    • as to say that Christ was obviously not a practical person
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    • personality such as Goethe appears — and in my last
    • personality, would lead to a spiritual-scientific view of the
    • the personal life, cannot be ‘known’ by the
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    • writers, influential personalities and large sections of the
    • fire so that he might witness its destruction in person. If
    • fourth century a remarkable personality appeared on the scene
    • outstanding personality both politically and spiritually. I
    • at work in the personality of Constantine and to some extent
    • personality of Constantine psychic impulses were at work
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    • personality who had to abandon the former coercive measures
    • personality testify to the fact that there was something
    • powerful forces are at work in such a personality they
    • initiation, an initiate in the person of Julian once again
    • personality as Julian we must give due weight to the effects
    • outstanding personalities even amongst the Popes, who were
    • personal interpretations of the Hellenistic writers whose
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    • today I am a different person from the person who spoke of
    • history; we know from personal experience that times have
    • the present time. The only person who forcefully pointed out
    • be permitted to speak from personal experience in this field,
    • for these things have personal associations. Since my
    • — “no less a person than Kant has revived this
    • personal and immortal soul. (See D. Kraus, Franz Brentano,
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    • here was a person who, as I said, was receptive to the ideas
    • with a personality such as Friedrich Nietzsche if we look
    • personality is something wholly different from the cells in
    • of all a person such as Hermann Bahr for whom I feel great
    • personality in order to boost his importance, but at the same
    • ordinary person still hears in the last faint echo of the
    • or mysticism which fills the ordinary person with unholy
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    • personalities. I should like to take Swedenborg as an example
    • leading Aristotelians of our time, I was personally
    • seriously the idea of resurrection. It is through personal
    • the familiar case of a person who is dreaming or who imagines
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    • reveal themselves in a person's psychological makeup? Knowing this,
    • might a person relate to the world out of higher knowledge instead
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    • reveal themselves in a person's psychological makeup? Knowing this,
    • might a person relate to the world out of higher knowledge instead
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    • reveal themselves in a person's psychological makeup? Knowing this,
    • might a person relate to the world out of higher knowledge instead
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    • reveal themselves in a person's psychological makeup? Knowing this,
    • might a person relate to the world out of higher knowledge instead
    • person would reply, “That is a childish way to
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    • reveal themselves in a person's psychological makeup? Knowing this,
    • might a person relate to the world out of higher knowledge instead
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    • reveal themselves in a person's psychological makeup? Knowing this,
    • might a person relate to the world out of higher knowledge instead
    • that in this case a person who has no capacity for forming
    • nothing at all to say that a person does not have pictorial
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    • reveal themselves in a person's psychological makeup? Knowing this,
    • might a person relate to the world out of higher knowledge instead
    • chapter in a higher physiology to study in persons suffering
    • to a person who is clever in the modern sense, the fact
    • connections are understood. Of course, if a person suffered
    • though crawling on a person so that the victim wants to brush
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    • reveal themselves in a person's psychological makeup? Knowing this,
    • might a person relate to the world out of higher knowledge instead
    • picture that these processes — without the person
    • influence upon the whole consciousness of the personality. A
    • ordinary life he is a reasonable person, that is, that he has
    • to the famous logical personality: all human beings are
    • images. If you question a person today who is one of the very
    • author personally,” for he was in his clinic. When I
    • person. None of these specialties interested him at all;
    • which a person could answer such questions, Edison hired him
    • as a bookkeeper, or whatever. He knew that if a person could
    • is precisely that tug which a person giyes himself in order
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    • personalities into the great spiritual connections in which
    • as those who relate to personalities such as Odelia and the
    • of saying the following. There is a person; he is configured
    • thing. We know that this person is more inserted into his
    • modern age, how such a person would place these four brothers
    • person who was regarded as the village idiot, namely, the
    • personalities are played out.
    • person, but with someone of a more hysterical nature.
    • midst of the instincts: Should a person be an athiest? Should
    • a person not be an athiest? Can you assume that there is a
    • not objecting to having these personalities in art, because
    • personality. Here we have a great spirit of the East filled
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    • And that is important. That person who knows these things
    • feeling but that of the other person, that which we have
    • other person's soul. We experience here, in the main, not
    • That person who
    • would a person with inner vision try to represent Lucifer
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    • by indicating a personality whom you all know, namely, H. P.
    • particularly psychic person in a time when materialism was at
    • the 19th century. H. P. Blavatsky was not a personality whom
    • properties, she was a psychic personality. If you want to
    • Blavatsky, in the main, a personality who can experience a
    • mankind was at the height of materialism, such a personality
    • way. This person incarnated in a British body in whom there
    • Western Europe and Italy. They knew what one person must do,
    • example, and another person would write a book in order to
    • ruling aspect: let us look at how the personality of H.P.
    • occultists knew very well when there was such a person who is
    • which one can say the following. Here is a person whose ideas
    • they could say: Look here, here is a person who we are not
    • whole new situation was now created. Here was a personality
    • reflected back. Everything that develops in the person can be
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    • Then the person in the third grade who receives the significant
    • the situation stands. Do not just imagine that this person
    • back order. And so it is with the person who was sick. Of
    • each person can interpret it for himself in the way he
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    • farther back and when an unprejudiced person goes back
    • unprejudiced person must admit that there must have
    • Things do not make themselves of themselves. The person whose
    • which an unprejudiced person can prove — as we said
    • external is geometry and mathematics. That person who today
    • imagine how a person, particularly in the ancient Greek Age,
    • of the temple with the original clairvoyance. That person
    • just described. The person who enters the first grade enters
    • at that time in a certain week in Florence every person who
    • person, but they must try to receive it into themselves and
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    • of these brotherhoods, the personality to which this symbol
    • important and is of a non-earthly nature. And that person
    • thought habits of a materialistic nature? A person can
    • who really was a very intelligent person wrote a very
    • compare and find that person who describes the Germans in
    • A few days ago I opened a book in which a person spoke about
    • Obviously, that is logical and quite clear. If a person
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    • characterize our present age, we must say to a person who
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    • VIII Was not a very intelligent person as is indicated by his
    • person” as Henry VIII should be the head of the Church;
    • person can be raised to sainthood, there is an exhaustive
    • was the alphabet of Utopia. Take the person who today can see
    • We mentioned that Thomas More was a person who did many
    • ordinary person that actually disappeared. However, these
    • spiritual exercises are correctly done today, the person is
    • different experiences from the ordinary person. Although he
    • speak of this fundamental feeling which can permeate a person
    • Even without this, he was a suspicious person because he was
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    • person maintains good control of his consciousness, Ahriman
    • to you which an exact philological person has written as an
    • personality who has this or that significance for his
    • personality for his contemporaries. For example, the case I
    • absolutely be present. You can consider such a person to be
    • there is no contradiction when you say: This person is
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    • Schelling taught, all those personalities of whom we have
    • personalities.
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    • know very well that if you see a person walking along the
    • a person who stands in connection with the spiritual world. I
    • Thus they are very valuable personalities and scribes at that
    • consciousness of the Islamic person, everything that occurs
    • every time this Islamic person is confronted with something,
    • say to this Islamic person: “If you say that everything
    • does carry a contradiction. A person who does not recognize
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    • Gita spoke or as Buddha spoke in his time; that person would
    • that if the person in question said that at that time when
    • over into our time. A person who does that would extinguish
    • finding of the ego. As long as a person is looking for his
    • this egotism. That person today who after the Mystery of
    • of the ego into the seeking of the ego, that person is really
    • “The person who seeks for salvation in this world
    • we say that since the Mystery of Golgotha, the person who
    • of Golgotha, the person who unites himself with the eternal
    • margins of this book: The person who flees from the ego falls
    • That person who is able to see through this world can win
    • Golgotha we say that the person who today is able to see
    • through this world is the person who can become a victor over
    • The person who
    • people who are trying to share reality with them. A person
    • a person to us such as Homunculus which mankind must become
    • person who, in the main, brought nothing with him as heredity
    • beyond the super-earthly, Who draws into the personality of
    • Golgotha. You know that when a very intellectual person tests
    • contained in the Gospels, only a weak-minded person can say:
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    • into reality. He was not the kind of superficial person who
    • whatever arises from circumstance. Such a person would grow
    • and twenty-first year, and perhaps be a forceful personality
    • instance, that such a person, a self-made man with tremendous
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    • personalities of the outer world are caught up in the
    • but is perhaps doing so from some kind of purely personal
    • this Society with personal interests may indeed find that
    • in any way bring personal interests to bear, before or after
    • distinguish between personal interests and interest in
    • merely personal interest really have learned to work hard in
    • more than personal interest. Nevertheless, the present age
    • important interests and impulses than to the purely personal
    • able to set aside the purely personal element which for many
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    • year, a very important person died in Zurich — Franz Brentano.
    • one person and then another, and in St Augustine's terms we
    • personality. The latter was not even discussed in Augustine's
    • be what they appear to be. The individual person will be deep
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    • when someone has died and a living person who is walking
    • terribly lazy person who really did not want to get up at
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    • think of a well-known and reasonably important person and
    • person teaches are wrong; wanting to do my duty, I would go
    • him to take an active part in disciplining such a person. Let
    • of the other person, and it suits him rather well if others
    • come and put the other person out of action. These, however,
    • actions towards others be determined by our personal
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    • obvious that there is no personal bias in what I am going to
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    • its personal — mark this well — its personal
    • perception and of will — became the personal property
    • property, now they were transplanted to become personal
    • these ahrimanic powers from 1879 onwards, personal ambitions
    • personal inclinations since then, to understand that they
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    • relationship to God is established through a personal
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    • dream,’ the other person will call them idiots. This,
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    • Delaisi shows himself to be a bright person, someone who has
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    • personlig oppnår dette gjennom et høyere klarsyn. Man
    • enkelte menneskes personlige forhold. Det vil bety en virkelig
    • personlighet. Og han opplever da nydelsen av sukker slik at han sier:
    • menneskets personlighetskarakter. Det kan man fastslå så
    • glad i sukker har lettere for å prege sin personlighetskarakter
    • menneskenes personlighetskarakter mindre utpreget enn i de land hvor
    • menneskene opptrer mere personlig, hvor enhver så å si
    • upersonlig allerede med hensyn til ytre fysisk natur, så vil De
    • personlige, individuelle forhold, fordi vi nu engang er jordboere,
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    • personlighet vil han vise all esoterik fra seg, det er noe som
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    • meget lite, men når han — ikke for å ha en personlig
    • og skam, det som har personlighetskarakter, fordi det kommer fra oss
    • menneskelige personlighet. Når en lærer å føle
    • personlighetens ånder så å si levet på
    • personlighetens ånder mennesker. De har utviklet seg videre.
    • strømmende takknemlighet fra personlighetens ånder, eller
    • var strømmende skamfølelse hos personlighetens ånder.
    • er dette enkelte menneske, dette enkelte personlige menneske.
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    • selvisk. Men en egoisme som er utvidet ut over personen, kan
    • slags måte bare knytter seg til noe personlig, alt som
    • krefter i seg. Men når det bringer personlige interesser inn i
    • enkelte personlighet. Det må ikke være sånn. For
    • skjer, blir gjennom virkningen av personligheten, som finner
    • sitt jeg-uttrykk i blodet, hele den menneskelige personlighet
    • være i mennesket av personlige begjær og ønsker. I det
    • øyeblikk er det uhellsvangert, når man tar personlige
    • løsgjøre seg fra de personlige interesser, da er man den
    • fiskerkongen trengtes det at han dødet sin personlige interesse
    • fiskerkongen tatt for meget personlighet med inn til astrallegemets
    • ligger også den mulighet at en personlighet som er kommet til
    • astrallegeme, at den første personlighet kan vinne en uhyre
    • personlighet på den svakere personlighets astrallegeme. Og
    • når man så klarsynt betrakter den svakere personlighet,
    • astrale personlighets billeder og imaginasjoner.
    • sterkere personligheter ennu på noen som helst måte streber
    • efter makt for sine personlige interesser og personlige intensjoner.
    • personligheter som fullstendig gir avkall på å ha noen som
    • helst personlig innflytelse, og det største ideal for den
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    • virker efter fra det personlige liv som man nu engang fører
    • magnetiske tiltrekningskrefter virker de personlige interesser som
    • krefter, som trekker en ned til de personlige interesser. Og det de
    • som man der sleper med seg av personlige interesser, affekter,
    • personlige til
    • en ned til det personlige de utøver nu sin sterkeste
    • de personlige interesser en tilbake og da inntrer det som man i
    • formørker disse personlige interesser Paradisimaginasjonen,
    • revet tilbake til det personlige liv. Men da kan det tilfelle inntre,
    • personlige interesser. Ved en slik opplevelse begriper man først
    • de personlige interesser må være gått over til
    • det før, da jo de personlige interesser taler mot denne tro, men
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    • å forvandle personlige interesser til verdensinteresser og
    • vet: det som om dagen driver deg til dine rent personlige interesser,
    • som bare innpoder i din sjel personlige interesser, det skriver seg
    • ned og forleder deg til de personlige interesser. Og når man
    • om oss, slik at vi følger denne tiltrekning av personlig
    • Og det virker som gift hvis mennesket bærer sine personlige
    • interesser og personlige aspirasjoner med seg opp i de regioner av
    • uriktige, — som bare er gjenspeilinger av de personlige
    • klarsynt som ennå er ganske oppfylt av personlige interesser og
    • å føre personlige interesser opp i de høye sfærer
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    • eteriske menneske, viser hos en person, som ikke er i okkult
    • personlige interesser heves opp til verdensinteresser. Iakttar man
    • astrallegemet hos en person, som er i okkult utvikling, da vil man i
    • angjeldende personlighet har ledet sin okkulte utvikling slik at han
    • har vedblitt å være forbunnet med sine personlige
    • en personlighet, som står i en høyere utvikling, når
    • sine interessers horisont utover det personlige og inn i det alment
    • ytre klarsyn, når det ser på en annen person, som er blitt
    • altså blir mer og mer lysende jo mer personligheten går
    • holdent er oppfylt av sine personlige affekter, personlige
    • si, at det helt og holdent er behersket av sine personlige
    • personlige drifter, begjær og instinkter, som er blitt
    • slik, at det først og fremst sjalter ut fra sin personlighet
    • som blir innpreget det fysiske legemet fra denne persons indre. I det
    • den person, som er beskjeftiget med en okkult utvikling først
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    • these persons is the reincarnation of some great individuality, has
    • merely for the sake of inducing the person in question to undertake
    • can easily induce another to believe that some personality is an
    • the outcome either of personal or national passion. Here lies the
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    • innermost being, for his personality, his individuality. This is not
    • cases can be quoted of persons who, at a certain time in their lives,
    • themselves to be a unified person. They had always lived in the
    • human personality. It is of this Initiation-knowledge that I have to
    • compulsion, but in response to the teacher's personal
    • will remains in absolute obscurity; a person knows as little about the
    • always add this — by persons who think in an entirely
    • experience of one's own personality. That is the essential feature of
    • radiate from the personality. Having gone through this
    • painful, a feeling of personal happiness. A tremendously strong
    • doubt be aware that when a person's sense-impressions have been
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    • which, for our present subjective personality, has become quite
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    • impersonal pronoun “one” — at a certain hour one
    • knowledge — all this naturally requires a person to have pursued
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    • the person concerned, pictures arise which have quite definite forms
    • object is outside; the image, in a shadowy way within; and a person
    • claiming to be a reality on its own account. A person subject to such
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    • the forces of the Earth. The moonstruck person, however, points
    • communications have karmic effects. Many a person has had his destiny
    • that second-sight is fairly common in such places is because persons
    • Persons wishing
    • friends could be seen. In reality the person saw the state of soul
    • personality, Paracelsus, was constituted in a similar yet somewhat
    • deeply into Swedenborg's personality, we find that he “lost
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    • or four days after death, a person experiences this dissolving of his
    • passed, the person is faced with the whole tableau of his life,
    • perfectly well understood by any impartial person with a healthy
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    • in the series of nightly, personal experiences of human beings on
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    • we have formed a bond with them in earthly life. For those persons
    • conceal, however harmful it may be, for it is a personal,
    • detaches itself from a person; it remains intimately bound up with
    • did reveal themselves if a person was led to them in the right way
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    • only a small part of all this. It knows that a right-handed person has his
    • speech-centre in the left half of the brain, and a left-handed person
    • quickly. When persons with lower instincts pass through death, they
    • influences in the world, in their personal life, in their national
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    • conscientious person — and I would never fail to
    • Persons who practise a wrong kind of occultism do this with a student they
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    • worlds. In other words, can even the ordinary person, possessed of no
    • this conceptual world is may be grasped by each person in the
    • physical plane. But persons known to him appear. How often it
    • a sort of example. Of course, this can be observed only by persons
    • way. If a person has acquired through training a certain capacity to
    • certain memory arises. Most likely, extremely few persons have
    • impulses present themselves to the soul before the person falls
    • and have to compensate for this in our Karma. If a person is so evil
    • in the fact that one shall observe whether a person can develop in
    • to the level of an altar, at which the test of a person will consist
    • whether a person has actually studied spiritual-science or not while
    • will this be unattainable. A person may think materialistically when
    • spiritual down into the material. A person is materialistic also in
    • during the 1930's, there will be persons — and more and more
    • possible today that a person may be very keen intellectually but
    • reached their climax. Whereas a person can be very dangerous today by
    • as a person of the present cannot in the least conceive. The highest
    • available even to the person who does not yet see into the higher
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    • stick. In such a case it is generally characteristic for a person to
    • stick against another person in days gone by. Yes, it is you yourself
    • person's karma. And mistakes are often made just here in the
    • person when we expect him to learn something, to do something, for
    • there are many persons in the present population of the world who did
    • being. Ask a number of persons how they came into their present
    • generations of persons with strong wills. Materialism can satisfy
    • anger is something that a person does not by any means have under his
    • This can come about only gradually, and a person must have patience
    • the ink bottle at the child's head. A person who permits
    • person works or does not work, is well or ill, according as he
    • physical body. Very much depends upon whether the person develops a
    • constitutes the final reason for the fact that so few persons take an
    • that we have mentioned may be caused by obstinacy. Even persons who
    • Persons who are altogether weak-willed are often discovered to be
    • strive to overcome obstinacy. It is precisely in persons with weak
    • through the endeavor to understand complex personalities, through the
    • streets and see persons and animals, it seems as if I had to enter
    • into the persons and the animals. It happened that a poor woman met
    • led back into the preceding incarnation, when the person in question
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    • student received a characterization of his personality.
    • kind of understanding that a person today can generally bring
    • ethically good person. He can do, think or feel only that
    • person's soul indicates that it is merely the name of Jesus,
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    • vital link connecting most persons' souls to life's realities
    • affairs of our individual personality; it is supposed to
    • today are used to saying: This person is an advocate of
    • nineteenth century. A person who is only used to the ideas
    • village community. Only a person who understands the nature
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    • we penetrate the ego of another person with our perception,
    • way as an external sense is disturbed when a person has a
    • experienced in a healthy person as a feeling of being
    • air and yet quietly remain the same person. This is what
    • a person smells something, it is the extension of his sense
    • experience. A person who perceives matters in an occult sense
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    • aspects of it are received by a number of persons. We should
    • of enabling each individual person to form a judgment on the
    • consideration when, based on our observations, a person
    • other hand, we have one type of person still holding to the
    • personality of Jesus of Nazareth. For, today, it is only
    • individual persons in the first place. The ancient initiate
    • tomorrow: Take, on the one side, a person who is of a
    • look at another person who is a member of a theosophical
    • person look who is genuinely seeking for the spirit? Will he
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    • “One's philosophy depends on what sort of person one
    • is.” Depending on a person's disposition, he forms a
    • defended, because a person is convinced he possesses the only
    • Instead, one had the feeling that if a person judged
    • person to be healthy because he is chubby-faced, rosy and
    • we do in the chubby-faced or drawn, pale appearance. A person
    • the human being. This is the case, for example, when a person
    • making judgments is concerned. When I say that a person makes
    • When I say: This person makes right or wrong judgments, I
    • intelligent person, referring to characteristics of his.
    • person to adjust well to life. A person who maintains
    • have to conclude that a person has a wrong idea about
    • a person in 1914: It is not permissible to write the history
    • governing and taking charge. If a person occupies an
    • about what this or that person said three or four years ago
    • a person was or is in a given position, for it depends on
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    • earthly existence. As I have often emphasized, many a person
    • sixth centuries A.D. Even a person like
    • person suddenly realizes: All this will assuredly lead to
    • obnoxious to a person when, in all the big cities of Europe,
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    • this attachment to the external world in the Oriental person,
    • brought out of the instincts, the depth of the personality
    • and scattered in the cosmic all. What a person wishes to
    • in most instances, a person actually becomes a spiritualist
    • formerly truly representative German personality spouted
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    • person to adhere to the view that life goes on after death,
    • Oriental even after it had been consumed. Thus, a person who
    • between a person and his environment. Yet he, in turn, also
    • archbishop. The enlightenment that would occur in a person,
    • another person engaged in soul development takes up something
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    • Germany. In the last period of his life, he was a personality
    • personality of Johann Gottlieb Fichte, he made his first
    • strange personality even in outward appearance when he
    • appreciating such a personality. In other ways, too, Hegel
    • had remarkable personal qualities. He truly entered into and
    • a person finds himself who studies Hegel's
    • person calls the uttermost abstraction. He begins by
    • One does not gain from this what the ordinary person wants
    • can give a person much information about many a secret of
    • however, living personalities of Hegel's kind also become, in
    • concepts, which a thoughtless person does not care for, about
    • fully what his surroundings contained. In a humanly personal
    • Ahrimanic which cannot lead a person upward to what lies
    • this be done by a person whose soul essence was of the very
    • of civil service school where persons who have not attended
    • experiences I have broken off all personal contact with
    • discourteous to apply this comparison to living persons,
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    • disclosed. If a person penetrates only a little way into the
    • reached the point where a person will only accept as
    • certain sense one or the other person can penetrate to an
    • what is usually prohibited by his church. Then a person can
    • a person has grown up in a movement, in some party, he
    • directly. The person who enters the realm beyond the
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    • cosmos; he wishes to know nothing of it. A Person who does
    • out statistically how many persons among a thousand
    • by someone having calculated how many persons among one
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    • life. Yet, a person who is able to contemplate in the right
    • therefore of no use in ordinary life. Such a person listens
    • era. Now, this same person who is quite dull and blundering
    • a person then adds can be infused with extraordinarily
    • everyday life, this person is clumsy and illogical. This is
    • means that one person follows what the other does. This is
    • along the same lines, as it were, because one person imitates
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    • between people: What is my duty to the other person? What are
    • being, the innermost fountain of his personality. These must
    • belong entirely to the personality of an individual. By
    • personality, he has the support of another individual. This,
    • not from individual personalities Here we are referred to a
    • life where the individual person can do nothing by himself,
    • a person grows up in an artistic atmosphere, one who is
    • person the sort of environment in which he lived in previous
    • say, that in regard to his former incarnation a person
    • my rights and duties concerning these ten persons are
    • our time that are really only masks. Many a person parading
    • person like Spengler are quite correct, unless men
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    • When a person is twenty-five years old today, he feels called
    • not only personally in the life between birth and death, but
    • compulsory labor — to require a person to work by means
    • “Well, can a person still find joy in his
    • person and you believe that out of the processes representing
    • person can gauge something like this, a feeling must develop
    • persons. Dr. Steiner himself has promised to acquaint the
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    • grinds corn. For the person announcing himself by this name
    • just to wait and see what kind of a person conceals himself
    • may already know something about the actual person, the real
    • individual. If a person named “Smith” announces
    • A person bearing the name Smith today no longer has anything
    • to do with a real smith; a person called Miller has nothing
    • are suppressed, if the dry, prosaic person guides the
    • of a pictorial element; the young person, on the other hand,
    • number of different ways as a dream. One person comes and
    • abyss and could not proceed. Another person relates that he
    • confronts a person who intends to kill one. The content of
    • rationalist, a purely intellectual person, can't help feeling
    • as a human personality somewhat more outstanding than other
    • spiritual life who act out of their own free personality, and
    • could mean a lot to me, if the person in question were no
    • longer present. But if I were then to imagine that the person
    • other words, that he would be the actual person, then I would
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    • one, for example, of an official personage in the German
    • truth. A leading personality who had come up in the party
    • "German Democratic Party," a person who had appeared at one
    • matters as we would merely personal matters. To do that would
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    • person can have the feeling, springing from an inner egotism
    • Christ mean? It has no meaning for the person who believes in
    • is what a person with healthy feelings says. For when we look
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    • He also speaks of his personal confrontations with the attitudes and
  • Title: Symptom 2 Reality: Contents
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    • He also speaks of his personal confrontations with the attitudes and
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    • He also speaks of his personal confrontations with the attitudes and
    • The revolt of the self-reliant personality against the
    • impulse and the emancipation of the independent personality
    • liberalism. Here the personal element transcends nationalism
    • Anglo-Saxon element and lost to the world. A personality
    • Contradictions in the personalities of the
    • Thirty Years' War. The emancipation of the personality and
    • by the development of the personality was blunted. Liberalism
    • government ends in the suppression of personality; democracy
    • opposition to the emancipation of the personality. Russia
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    • He also speaks of his personal confrontations with the attitudes and
    • personality.
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    • He also speaks of his personal confrontations with the attitudes and
    • attach so much importance to princely families or personages
    • we see a personality who stands out, so to speak, like a
    • personality who wishes to arrive at his religious faith by
    • revolt of the personality that strives for autonomy because
    • that of nationalism and that of personality, react upon each
    • in England where the personal element that in Hus, for
    • the national element, and the impulse of personality, of the
    • personality predominates and gives another nuance. Whilst
    • element of personality. One must make a close study of these
    • emancipation of the personality. In England too the national
    • as a natural inheritance, the impulse of personality was
    • element, nor, like the personality, overcome the power of
    • Luciferic-Ahrimanic personality of Philip of Spain. And one
    • strongest resistance to the emancipation of the personality
    • Armada was defeated, illustrates how the personality which,
    • awakening of personality — all this evoked conflicts
    • recent development of personality and the suggestionism of
    • personality — assumes a totally different form in the
    • personality within the national group develops in such a way
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    • He also speaks of his personal confrontations with the attitudes and
    • many mysteries associated with the personality of James I. I
    • of James I. We then see him as a personality who exhibits
    • personalities of the era of the Consciousness Soul. In the
    • epoch of the Consciousness Soul the personality lost the
    • earlier epochs the personality expressed itself with
    • attributes. The personality expressed itself instinctively,
    • feet. Consequently the personality was faced with a strange
    • had formerly existed for the purposes of personal
    • personality. In brief, the soul had to take full command.
    • Whereas in earlier times, when the personality had not
    • being; for the essence of the personal element is that the
    • Consequently great personalities of antiquity such as
    • elemental energy of the personality declines and there
    • with its egalitarian doctrine, standardizes the personality.
    • personality seeks to manifest itself — truly a radical
    • Stephen, the personality counted for something in a position
    • personality, and the personality has something singular,
    • of the personality everyone wishes to be a personality and
    • the symptom typified by this strange personality, James I. He
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    • He also speaks of his personal confrontations with the attitudes and
    • those personalities who in the nineteenth century, and more
    • through the centuries, how the self-dependent personality
    • seeks to realize itself. The personality wishes to emancipate
    • government is only one means of affirming the personality.
    • to the vote he surrenders his personality. And, rightly
    • born of the affirmation of the personality and ends with the
    • suppression of the personality. This situation is
    • inescapable; affirmation of the personality leads to
    • suppression of the personality. It is a cyclic process like
    • parliamentary government is absurd because the personality
    • emancipation of the personality, ending in that disastrous
    • suppression of the personality which we observe in the final
    • personality? — The Byzantine element. A great
    • personality of modern times who is much underrated is
    • if this element which stifles everything personal and
    • the emancipation of the personality. If, in the study of
    • personalities of recent time. In contemporary history the
    • what matters is the reality, not personal opinions.
    • surrender to, or show a predilection for personal opinions or
  • Title: Symptom 2 Reality: Lecture IV: The Historical Significance of the Scientific Mode of Thinking
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    • indulge in personalities.)
    • uplift, something necessary for one's private and personal
    • outstanding personalities of the bourgeoisie in the forties
    • development of personality. But this separative tendency must
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    • are the fruit of personal endeavour; he has wrestled with
    • the affective life of the person who confronts us. In the
    • Austria had described the events and personalities as people
  • Title: Symptom 2 Reality: Lecture VI: Brief Reflections on the Publication of the New Edition of 'The Philosophy of Freedom'
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    • He also speaks of his personal confrontations with the attitudes and
    • those who are personally involved in the impulses of the
    • forgive me if I mention a few personal details, for, as I
    • have said, I should like to describe my personal involvement
    • it could be rejuvenated, and personally I always saw it as a
    • as a contemporary of Goethe. He was a personality of
    • a particular personality, but from that frame of mind that
    • the personality at whom this anecdote—perhaps mistakenly
    • having included in my lecture many personal experiences of a
    • personally, to consider them as symptoms which reveal what
  • Title: Symptom 2 Reality: Lecture VII: Incidental Reflections on the Occasion of the New Edition of 'Goethes Weltanschauung'
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    • He also speaks of his personal confrontations with the attitudes and
    • course — and I would not touch upon personal matters if
    • a personal matter; on the other hand, however, this personal
    • able to transcend personal factors. Our epoch is an age of
    • would have been a different person if he had not spent the
    • personalities exercised the greatest influence upon his
    • the feelings and sentiments of these personalities. Meanwhile
    • acquaintance of one of these personalities, Karl Julius
    • characteristic feature of Goethe's personality is his
    • in politics, of certain personalities, of the rise of
    • three personalities exercised a profound influence upon
    • conclude with a personal observation on the interpretation of my book
    • ‘practical’ person via the North Pole, to arrive finally in
    • personally of the ‘practical’ man's contribution to the
    • was first able to undertake personally in a realm that lay
    • appear as if these remarks are motivated by personal
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    • here than the personality of Solovieff, the most outstanding
    • personality asserts itself and seeks to become self-reliant.
    • the autonomous personality, to come to terms with the
    • question of the personality of Christ Jesus himself.
    • person of Christ. These dogmas of course had assumed
    • the personality, seeking to arrive at inner understanding of
    • itself, also sought enlightenment upon the personality of
    • personality again provokes a reaction—the counter-thrust of
    • persons, apostles, disciples, etcetera, and sends them forth
  • Title: Symptom 2 Reality: Lecture IX: The Relation Between the Deeper European Impulses and Those of the Present Day
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    • individual; it was a personal and private matter. It could
    • abnormal — just as the atheist is a person who is
    • various personalities characteristic of this rational
    • personality (this can be envisaged more or less) had once
    • personalities today — and I have already spoken of this
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    • the present time, that man as a personality wished to
    • intelligence in a personal way. With their perceptions of the
    • personality. We are only in the initial states of it. It will
    • spoken to protect any personalities; I have simply
    • absolutely not my task, in any way to defend personalities
    • you here, my dear friends, that when one person rails at
    • other person. He may of course be a bad sort; but this
    • closely connected with the way in which, as I personally for
    • not believe), that I say these things out of any personal
    • one person or another may have no inkling that I am aware.
    • from my own personal experience. I communicate nothing else than
    • what I from my own personal experience can stand for. Here at
    • certain things and persons. Just as for the single human
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    • so-called “Spirits of Personality” stand within
    • The Spirits of Personality are one stage lower in the
    • Spirits of Personality are now about to be added, albeit this
    • hitherto the Spirits of Personality were not creative
    • Spirits of Personality are rising to a creative activity.
    • world by the Spirits of Personality. In this connection we
    • to develop impulses of personality. The personality, if I may
    • when other impulses for the fulfillment of personality will
    • Spirits of Light, the Spirits of Personality. But over
    • turn our gaze to the Spirits of Personality revealing
    • Spirit of Personality — to become effective in mankind.
    • opponents of the Spirits of Personality who bring with them
    • Spirits of Personality who are revealing themselves today;
    • is coming to us from the good Spirits of Personality. Because
    • blissful many a person is today if he comes across some old
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    • Spirits of Personality rise in a sense to creative activity.
    • a new revelation. The Spirits of Personality, therefore, are
    • in his outward person and when he saw himself he did not like
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    • perfect example of a brilliant personality who remained at a
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    • man? The idea that any one person could be wise enough to
    • attitude of the average person of age 27 (presently; next it
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    • The first half of life made a person belong to the
    • personality of Jesus, just when His age and that of mankind
    • person and the evolution of humanity as a whole. We see how
    • concerned myself with the most varied personalities engaged
    • into a personality who is typical because as far as his soul
    • typical representative of such a personality. There are many
    • person may then be 30, 40, 50 years old, but if he has not
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    • epoch this continued right into the fifties of a person's
    • it was still the case that when a person reached the same age as that
    • its independence from the body. A healthy person leading a
    • person's individual need. It must be said, though, that the
    • unrelated to reality, when a person does not live in his
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    • be a historical person. Two books appeared concerned with
    • today. Certainly, the healthy person can through metaphysics
    • when every person is seen to have a natural tendency to become a
    • through their personalities made concrete and effective what
    • crown upon his head. It was an extraordinary person who, on
    • It is extraordinarily difficult to ascertain what kind of person
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    • has discovered that when a person holds the divining rod by
    • emanation. When a person particularly strong in such forces
    • water below into the person. It is interesting that Moritz
    • susceptible persons can become so strongly influenced that
    • person's left side are different from those on his right
    • side. Benedikt had the help of two such persons in his
    • persons to prove, not only that human beings
    • persons who are typically “darkness-adapted,”
    • persons saw these unexpected phenomena on the parts of the
    • colors will observe on a person's right side blue at the
    • Benedikt always needs “darkness-adapted” persons
    • dowsing as a fact; the academically educated person
    • academically trained person recognizes only the general
    • mentioned that Professor Benedikt is a somewhat vain person
    • person, you will agree, writes about something without first
    • faced with an enigma. One cannot help asking how a person who
    • the historical personality of that name. Other epochs
    • personality (Archai), of fire (Archangeloi) and of love
    • Particularly a person who has learned
    • think it possible for a sensible person to gain the
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    • through this or that personality. Thus it becomes evident in
    • personality like Franz Brentano found particularly
    • mind. It is a problem which today every thinking person must
    • than beauty; what one person finds beautiful another does
    • person regards an object as beautiful or ugly will depend
    • is called a good person. At the moment I do not want to go
    • into why he becomes a good person, but to examine more
    • — whether the person is man or woman makes of course no
    • person may get on well enough with his own instincts, but if
    • of my genuine admiration for this exceptional personality.
    • interesting personality, but he did not achieve the kind of
    • personal wishes. You will not, however, be striving in the
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    • that a person, who during his life begins to sense his
    • A person may at
    • ordinary person has no means of knowing how things concerning
    • Thus the person
    • other things. The clergyman, being a kind person, wanted to
    • that he could grow up into a respectable person. The
    • The person who
    • any ill effects. The person who found the gypsy eating,
    • the sensitive and dreamy person he was, then the effect
    • with a person of a dreamy disposition who, not in full
    • the opportunity that enables him to meet the other person
    • strange fact that many a person who is well able to seek out
    • When a person says, I will this or that, and carries out an
    • as one can know a physical person in physical surroundings.
    • nor could it be grasped by ordinary thinking. A person who
    • whole. Not the person but the mirror has become divided.
    • the person who sees two images of himself in the mirrors.
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    • a halt when the person reached the age of 35, at the time of
    • person can through what nature itself provides and what he
    • Therefore, the typical modern person who keeps aloof from
    • his 27th year. If he is a person of significance, someone
    • person he will bring about significant things, but whatever
    • picture to ourselves such a typical person of our time? What
    • mental picture of such a person down into physical reality.
    • visualize where such a person could be encountered in social
    • person would, at the age of 27 be voted into parliament.
    • parliament. So we can say that a typical person of our age
    • still other demands such a person must fulfill to be a true
    • person is subjected to modern educational methods; the more
    • future. If such a person could be found in the modern world,
    • case? One hauls the person in question into the cabinet and
    • originated from personalities quite other than those named.
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    • young child is very different from an old person. What is
    • a short time can be assimilated and that gives the person
    • worthy of man. Striving merely for one's personal
    • the person who made it. At a time when everything is mass
    • moment to turn to something of a personal nature; after all,
    • far. I feel it to be my personal duty, once and for all, to
    • possible to have respect for both personalities and their
    • aged person. Here we grasp the historical sense by
    • recognizing that the old person was once a young adult and
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    • personification of cunning and of the force of thinking which
    • overcome everything that is personal and develop the God within him.
    • personifies the medieval soul. Lohengrin, the great initiate, the
    • person, and the world will marvel at you!” What is implied in
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    • races must give way to Christianity, personified in Leo, the
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    • personality if we wish to understand what lives in Parsifal.
    • personification of love in the Germanic countries before the
    • personality of Wolfram von Eschenbach.
    • the organ of desire. He personifies the form of Christianity which
    • spirituality personified in Amfortas falls a prey to the lower
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    • decided, so individual a form as in the head. Each person has
    • individual form in each person (differing in each one
    • sufficient for the purpose. Suppose there were a person
    • remained just the same person; but a totally different power
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    • and his personal achievement. The fire which resulted
    • personal deed. All this is pushed into the background.
    • nearer in his personal workmanship to the intimacies of
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    • notorious personages of the Renaissance. The Borgias, for
    • evinced by certain personalities, such as Friedrich Schlegel
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    • be found in accounts of a personality such as St. Bernard Of
    • personality of the twelfth century, and indeed of the age
    • personality, people would simply not believe it for there is
    • personality there was an amazing devotion to the spiritual
    • doubt whether he was right to embark on it. A personality
    • such a personality, one is speaking of a single, outstanding
    • a man's personal character. What in those days worked and
    • that is to speak accords to personal fancies, from a wish to
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    • change in his personal life between birth and death. Looking
    • own personal life between birth and death; but we do not see
    • preceding incarnation, your last earth-life. In a person's
    • forth, as it were, out of his personality, and behind it
    • such personalities as Bernard of Clairvaux and multitudes of
    • think of it! From those around Petrus Waldus a few persons
    • Lessing, Herder, Goethe and Schiller. This same person (von
    • personally reject this Spiritual Science”! There you
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    • away from any individual, personal concern with the
    • in terms of personal experience. It was to remain
    • intelligence or personal knowledge”. The effect of this
    • if he is to be understood. In his personality we find many
    • assumed that this means bringing in personal bias; that an
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    • like a lady (a bygone person to-day) who cannot endure a
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    • of these personalities at the Court of Haroun al Raschid. The East,
    • too, had reached its own Middle Ages, and this personality had been
    • you, it may easily happen that a personality who was an Initiate in a
    • was in the case of the personality who lived at the Court of Haroun
    • passed through the gate of death, these two personalities, Haroun al
    • Raschid and his great counsellor — the outstanding personality
    • personality who was full of ambitions. He had a large estate and he
    • during his absence another personality, somewhat less of an
    • these two personalities passed through the gate of death, they
    • particularly interested in a certain personality who was a Polish
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    • Therefore I will now draw your attention to two personalities of the
    • personalities in modern spiritual life, with regard to his karma,
    • there is a great difference between such a personality and an average
    • a very active person, and he called forth the ill-will of an
    • other person's destiny. He feels it differently from one who
    • murder of a person connected with Canterbury (for Thomas à
    • that lives in Jürg Jenatsch, and the wonderful personal
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    • history we find a personality who is a kind of slave overseer in
    • Indeed the teachers of important personages might well be slaves, who
    • personality whose calling it is to be in charge of a number of slaves
    • him, however, is a rough, somewhat brutal personality. This man is,
    • animosity in the slaves. When the personality of whom I am speaking
    • in single personalities can be clear and objectively intelligible to
    • achieved perhaps as a figure of renown. The mannerisms of a person,
    • belongs. And moreover we find a personality who lived in Italy, who
    • may be that some historical event which is connected with the person
    • exceedingly significant Roman writer in the person of
    • friend, the personality known in history as Pliny the Younger,
    • Beatrix is an extraordinarily alert and active personality, taking
    • we have a person who is strongly representative of the time in which
    • these personalities leads to this remarkable result: the Countess
    • This personality
    • And the person in question adopted its
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    • personality, love for this personality, can be enhanced when the
    • vision, personalities who were able to communicate the secrets of the
    • personality who with his Mystery-wisdom and Mystery-experiences felt
    • This personality,
    • the personality who was present on earth at the end of the 19th or
    • way, lives itself out in the personality of Ibsen.
    • course taken by world-history or for the single personality who
    • repellent. But the explanation lies in the fact that the personality
    • there were two personalities in particular who imbibed, each in a
    • pupils was a personality of rare sensitiveness and refinement. He was
    • personality.
    • personality who had been on terms of intimate friendship with the
    • personality who in pre-earthly existence had developed little insight
    • gods — this first personality was destined to make a deep
    • personality, having steeped himself in Imaginations of the gods, had
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    • of a personality such as the Roman Emperor Nero. No reference
    • history recounts of Nero. In face of such a personality it seems as
    • repelled by the story, for here is a personality who literally
    • concerned, I happened to be visiting a person frequently mentioned in
    • Prince had always been acclaimed as a brilliant personality, and
    • person to whom I spoke about the matter. He said: “Nero!
    • theosophical trend. This was what made him a personality to whose
    • Meyerling destiny and it was found that in the personality of the
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    • into anthroposophical life? Many a person who in the course of his
    • another person more or less for granted. Now he enquires about the
    • peculiarly difficult when the other person becomes a means for karmic
    • society may be that you have a karmic link with one or two persons,
    • perhaps with only one person in the society; but you have to
    • approach this one person as closely as your karmic relations with him
    • enter a society, and the relation to the one person, which is well
    • illustrate this by an example. Strange personalities have appeared in
    • studies on karma, a number of quite remarkable personalities have
    • strange and remarkable personalities who stand before us without our
    • connections. Just in the case of such personalities it is a question
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    • then forgetting it. The person who only wants his experiences when
    • exerting ourselves. On the contrary, a person who has really exerted
    • of the consecutive experiences except the person who is having
    • quite differently-constituted personality in the same ego in a
    • to my personality, but it is stamped into the etheric world, or into
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    • school. If they are questioned about a person of the same kind
    • looking and then turning away. Afterwards he went to the person in
    • often such a person has bow-legs or knock-knees.
    • another type of person who does nothing but laugh, whom everything
    • then, in his next earthly life, he becomes a person who is never
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    • person during your earthly life, you experienced this infliction of
    • during earthly life, but you slip as it were into the other person
    • the feelings of the other person whose ears you boxed. You live
    • backward journey after death. Another personality, too, can be
    • observed in the same way. A very interesting personality as regards
    • of an actual person who in his youth entered the monastic life but
    • different in the case of this personality, the prototype of Strader.
    • after death, this personality was journeying backward through the
    • observe how such a personality, who has still retained much of what
    • such a personality — as I myself was drawn to the prototype of
    • experiences has an after-effect, too, upon the person who is
    • when we subsequently share in the experiences of the personality in
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    • this is entirely in the wrong. For would any reasonable person be
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    • example — of a personality who was even more intelligent than
    • intelligence. Up to the age of 30, this personality too, because of
    • of life they are personalities of great promise.
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    • example, how the life after death undergone by the personality who
    • personality whose spiritual development proceeded, to begin with, in
    • this personality engaged in Northern Africa was entirely similar in
    • the personality of whom I am now speaking. But at that time,
    • decline. The personality to whom I am referring had pursued such
    • personality joined in the Mohammedan campaigns and went over to
    • early years after the Mohammedan campaigns we find this personality
    • personality who lived in the later period of Mexican civilisation and
    • to-day. But the other personality to whom I am referring imbibed with
    • scattered images. But this personality still knew that Taotl is a
    • the Mexican Mysteries by the personality of whom I am speaking. He
    • sensitive person.
    • yourselves what this personality acquired by virtue of the fact that
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    • personal point of view of course — he is discontented with it,
    • communicated by the person in question; there was less opportunity
    • to some other person with whom life does not bring him into specially
    • another person unfold in a man, this is the result of what the Beings
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    • in such cases the person who makes them must be fully alive to his
    • time into the life of a man from impersonal levels of the life of
    • person of decorum and stays awake, then at 7.30 his astral body will
    • remote may lack clarity, as when a short-sighted person looks down an
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    • view of the history of certain personalities, then we arrive at very
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    • whether a person was in truth an Initiate, men knew the right
    • differed as to whether a third person was an Initiate, the question
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    • by a younger person with some pleasant music. The disparity
    • to destroy it.” If, therefore, a person ventures into
    • in this way were he to return, whereas a modern person might
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    • another person is outside you, but you must give yourself up,
    • being of another person in what you hear him saying. On the
    • finally, for a person who has entered so much into the spirit
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    • however, in another form. The reminiscing of a person who
    • the waking state right into sleep. A person generally goes
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    • person may be gay to excess, another suffers from depression,
    • person it can approach the deepest depression, in another it
    • investigating particularly outstanding personalities
    • instance, the mood of soul of some person whom one has known
    • these things, therefore, one can really see the person's past
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    • only through suggestions of the human form whether a person
    • a person's walk or in some outer form, but always in such a
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    • a person who today enters school at six years of age, enters
    • this person goes right through our higher education. He then
    • today, in a spiritual respect. What does such a person, who
    • approaches a person? If this happens he should actually learn
    • A person, in approaching
    • through the earthly organization. A person constructs a
    • person no longer likes to attend lecture courses in which he
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    • build a connecting bridge to a departed person?” in the
    • abstract, faded thoughts to a departed person, he cannot have
    • such pictures there stirs something that the dead person can
    • person may be a great mathematician, may have myriad
    • as he does his physical body. The person may know a great
    • person crosses a meadow and entertains his theoretical
    • them to be in his surroundings (red). Thus a person who
    • person, because he loves flowers, has strongly impressed upon
    • picture also changes. Everything that the person has
    • inner, however, wanders out: what the person calls his inner
    • the dead person as a large, living being. When we walk about
    • — if a ladybug is crawling about on a person, it has
    • then a particular size in relation to that person. The
    • person. And so for the ladybug the person on which it is
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    • very simply what happens with a person who takes up within him
    • science. We may perhaps imagine him as a learned person or as an
    • unlearned person — the difference is not so great — we
    • may imagine him in any case as a person who has had no contact with
    • theoretically, as it were, the portrait of a personality who lived
    • during the 5th and 6th century before Christ, a personality who would
    • of the riddle. The personality concerning whom I have just spoken to
    • atmosphere of Sicily continued to live a personality that is very
    • enigmatic in many respects, the personality of Empedocles, the
    • history, we shall discover in him a personality who possessed an
    • we can see how this personality is seized by the strong desire to
    • new form. In fact, the personality of Empedocles was born again
    • the case of this one definite personality applies, however, to every
    • vivid picture of such a person, we should imagine him saying to
    • upward path. But this can only take place,” this person would
    • such a person who would have spoken in this way when the time of
    • that the contents of the gospels should convince a modern person. All
    • remarkable personalities of the later era.
    • Even a simple person may experience what occultists discover, namely,
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    • very simply what happens with a person who takes up within him
    • science. We may perhaps imagine him as a learned person or as an
    • unlearned person — the difference is not so great — we
    • may imagine him in any case as a person who has had no contact with
    • theoretically, as it were, the portrait of a personality who lived
    • during the 5th and 6th century before Christ, a personality who would
    • of the riddle. The personality concerning whom I have just spoken to
    • atmosphere of Sicily continued to live a personality that is very
    • enigmatic in many respects, the personality of Empedocles, the
    • history, we shall discover in him a personality who possessed an
    • we can see how this personality is seized by the strong desire to
    • new form. In fact, the personality of Empedocles was born again
    • the case of this one definite personality applies, however, to every
    • vivid picture of such a person, we should imagine him saying to
    • upward path. But this can only take place,” this person would
    • such a person who would have spoken in this way when the time of
    • that the contents of the gospels should convince a modern person. All
    • remarkable personalities of the later era.
    • Even a simple person may experience what occultists discover, namely,
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    • different direction. I tried to show what the modern person can raise
    • proud when each person declares himself to know it all. But in true
    • everywhere is wisdom. A person who ascribes intelligence exclusively
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    • different direction. I tried to show what the modern person can raise
    • proud when each person declares himself to know it all. But in true
    • everywhere is wisdom. A person who ascribes intelligence exclusively
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    • met many persons in his life who have confided to him that
    • rather through calm and contemplation. For those persons,
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    • came about through certain persons, one of whom was Peter
    • own poems there. He was a very lovable person, in heart and
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    • person would adopt this standpoint nowadays. Yet he will
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    • are really all like the famous personage who drew himself up into the air
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    • It was said that the person knowing himself could never
    • such a contemplation a person may feel himself in a rather difficult
    • century have been absorbed. Yes, a person feels himself in a rather
    • relation to the plant world! It is entirely natural that the person
    • astounding. A person who approaches the natural scientific concepts
    • of plants — that first a person must occupy himself with a
    • have already said that a person would be close to insanity if he did
    • person who irritated him earlier. It is said that here we can see
    • that the elephant has a memory, that he remembered the person who
    • another person — into the soul of the earth, if we understand
    • The person who beholds
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    • It was said that the person knowing himself could never
    • such a contemplation a person may feel himself in a rather difficult
    • century have been absorbed. Yes, a person feels himself in a rather
    • relation to the plant world! It is entirely natural that the person
    • astounding. A person who approaches the natural scientific concepts
    • of plants — that first a person must occupy himself with a
    • have already said that a person would be close to insanity if he did
    • person who irritated him earlier. It is said that here we can see
    • that the elephant has a memory, that he remembered the person who
    • another person — into the soul of the earth, if we understand
    • The person who beholds
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    • frame it thus: “In what personality does the sum-total
    • The personality
    • — In antiquity there were certain persons, so-called
    • person as Hercules or Osiris or Isis had, of course, never
    • personalities ; just as they were only Suns, so likewise,
    • Christ never was a physical personality, but a Sun. It was
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    • — not as concerns his own individual, personal Karma,
    • social life; not to our personal Karma. If I manufacture a
    • that rays back, so to speak, into my personal Karma. That is
    • is to see in him that personality who wanted to work entirely
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    • gone. Until a person becomes a seer his astral body during
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    • When a person stands in the open country he sees equally far
    • personified in Christ Jesus. The Event of Golgotha is the
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    • felt as something personal, but as something common to all
    • the result that man gained his personal freedom. The small
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    • more and more to the single personalities. We also showed how
    • quite independent of the personality of their agent. Those
    • personality that His teachings become Christianity, and in
    • — man then rises to personal consciousness in the
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    • period when the Ego first shone out in the personality, man
    • the ego became enclosed within the human personality the more
    • Ego into the human personality in the Saga of the
    • been reached. Christ Jesus appeared as the great Personality
    • arbitrarily, they were strictly adapted to the person's
    • true that these three persons stood there in the body at the
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    • personalities in the Hebrew people said to themselves: I am
    • produced the individual, personal consciousness in man. When
    • wine; Christ could accomplish as a personality all that takes
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    • personally well known to me, is the following: He describes a
    • use the mediumistic power of a certain person, in order to enter
    • of a person's life. It is quite indifferent whether we call this
    • person may foresee, in the form of a picture, that he will, for
    • arising from such a premonition. The person in question therefore
    • this fact, also know that a person endowed with second sight can
    • as if a person were to analyze the ink used in writing a letter,
    • person who really has no cause whatever for getting tired during
    • melancholic person will have desires which differ from those of a
    • sanguine person. The physical foundation of desires could soon be
    • any other person in this room, but the truth must be shown, and
    • A person who
    • A person who
    • A person who seeks
    • A person who
    • were subjectively or personally connected with our thoughts, we
    • personality as something which is not real, then we learn to know
    • us, anthroposophical investigation transforms the personality by
    • recognize the attitude of a person who is not a conscious
    • person not yet capable of independent spiritual vision is pushed
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    • personally well known to me, is the following: He describes a
    • use the mediumistic power of a certain person, in order to enter
    • of a person's life. It is quite indifferent whether we call this
    • person may foresee, in the form of a picture, that he will, for
    • arising from such a premonition. The person in question therefore
    • this fact, also know that a person endowed with second sight can
    • as if a person were to analyze the ink used in writing a letter,
    • person who really has no cause whatever for getting tired during
    • melancholic person will have desires which differ from those of a
    • sanguine person. The physical foundation of desires could soon be
    • any other person in this room, but the truth must be shown, and
    • A person who
    • A person who
    • A person who seeks
    • A person who
    • were subjectively or personally connected with our thoughts, we
    • personality as something which is not real, then we learn to know
    • us, anthroposophical investigation transforms the personality by
    • recognize the attitude of a person who is not a conscious
    • person not yet capable of independent spiritual vision is pushed
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    • a person who had passed through a Greek training — let us
    • particularly towards that person who draws out the truths from
    • attacking the truths, and lay chief stress on personal attacks,
    • personal insinuations, personal insults, personal calumnies. They
    • the world, and they believe that this can be done by personal
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    • particularly towards that person who draws out the truths from
    • attacking the truths, and lay chief stress on personal attacks,
    • personal insinuations, personal insults, personal calumnies. They
    • the world, and they believe that this can be done by personal
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    • to a person or a being endowed with human qualities, a world
    • person and be conscious of this feeling, yet our hate may simply
    • consciousness, if it knocks at the door, as it were, and a person
    • that person to overlook this feeling? He pushes down fear, as it
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    • to a person or a being endowed with human qualities, a world
    • person and be conscious of this feeling, yet our hate may simply
    • consciousness, if it knocks at the door, as it were, and a person
    • that person to overlook this feeling? He pushes down fear, as it
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    • also exists a sleep so faint that a person may walk about in an
    • in this field. For a normal person it is quite good if he has
    • person, but in the discovery of stolen strawberries, or other
    • that person.
    • person. All the things which generally come towards you in an
    • person who is endowed with the imaginative power of knowledge,
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    • in this field. For a normal person it is quite good if he has
    • person, but in the discovery of stolen strawberries, or other
    • that person.
    • person. All the things which generally come towards you in an
    • person who is endowed with the imaginative power of knowledge,
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    • and enthusiasm; I would be a cold prosaic person if I were to
    • placing man at the summit of animal development. One person does
    • people take it amiss if a person describes the spiritual world as
    • like a person using a coach; for it is the remaining body which
    • really grasps these words, if a person who really understands
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    • placing man at the summit of animal development. One person does
    • people take it amiss if a person describes the spiritual world as
    • like a person using a coach; for it is the remaining body which
    • really grasps these words, if a person who really understands
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    • needles), or in hypnosis. In the case of a hypnotized person,
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    • YOU now experience the pain felt by the other person when you
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    • person. For example, if you died here in Kassel and the other
    • person whom you slapped lives in Paris, then you feel as if
    • person need not know anything about them. Look at the rose.
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    • this or in that life-situation. Whether a person is happy or
    • individual persons, for man should not consider himself as a
    • this whipping. A person of insight will immediately discover
    • self-contained personalities whose descendants become strong
    • this error. One person says: “I know that it is not my
    • a person who is in misery; but I must not help him, for this
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    • that person loved him he saw a blue-red vision. A kind of
    • other person; the Atlantean could still perceive something of
    • could not say “I” to his individual personality,
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    • connecting it with an individual person; so these nations
    • experience themselves as individual physical personalities,
    • the Mysteries with the same name, so that this person who
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    • Thus everything which you see outside on a person's
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    • consideration the person of a teacher, for the teaching is in
    • no way connected with the person. The teacher is the
    • these seven stages of training under the personal guidance of
    • materialistic life. A conscientious person must therefore
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    • own, personal
    • it must be remembered that in olden time men did not claim a personal
    • hope to win the day for their view of personal immortality in the
    • of the personal immortality of man. They still inclined to the view
    • bosom of the Divinity. They spoke far less of personal, individual
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    • explanation when we look at the personalities who play a decisive
    • historical personages as it shows itself in the course of their lives
    • personages who have done something or other that is known to us, and
    • understand how the personalities who make their appearance in life
    • speak of one or two such personalities who have lived in times not
    • let us take the case of personalities of an earlier age, who lived a
    • like here to give an example which may seem rather personal. I once
    • the secret of this personality and I tried to apply the methods of
    • after I left the school in which he taught, but his personality stood
    • a person who made upon me at any rate and upon others too, a deep and
    • club foot, that a study of his personality led one back to the very
    • to recognise that the two personalities who were not now
    • deformities. If we find that a person has some distinguishing talent
    • frequently happen that little characteristic actions of a person,
    • intimate karmic connections in the case of a certain person by giving
    • these signs that we have to find some significant trait in the person
    • take a personality like Voltaire. I am choosing a few great
    • personalities whose lives leave us with unanswered questions.
    • person. We are puzzled to know how this strange character, now
    • Augustine himself. In these schools, the personality of whom I am
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    • because those persons who feel an honest and sincere urge towards
    • study the question of karma in connection with those personalities
    • respect to the Mystery of Golgotha, worked upon these personalities
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    • personalities of history — but for the present at least
    • for this person is an “authority”! Hence their
    • an abstract person, an idea will result which is a copy of
    • quarter should not be absolutely foolish. Suppose some person
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    • in your personal life, live as a
    • were supposed to meet another person and to tell him some
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    • this clearly. When you read to a so-called living person, you
    • personal concerns, even in the smallest measure — and
    • follow this rule: he must of course interfere personally in
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    • — How old is a certain person A? Someone may give his
    • important statement. In stating that a certain person is 35
    • accomplish things which concern him personally, or
    • are often considered historical personalities; indeed, the
    • true historical personalities. And people do not realize to
    • what an extent these personalities sit on the wires of human
    • to begin to understand how certain personalities who are
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    • we all know — leading personalities in outer life. When
    • a leading personality is sought, when a statesman or someone
    • personality in the same way in which one speaks of
    • Charlemagne as an historical personality, according to
    • personal vanity or conceit, but only because I wish to bring
    • only what is convenient to us personally. Only when we are
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    • spoken of today by many philologists — persons who
    • ordinary person when he performs an act out of moral fantasy
    • with the outer world] your family and personal relationships,
    • world. When we speak of the concerns of the dead as personal
    • the Angels must strive above all to look after the personal
    • that are not personal are looked after more by the Beings of
    • personal experiences, and the knowledge that memory
    • extend our interests beyond the personal, to turn our
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    • which dwelt in this particularly devout person. I might have said why
    • he became such a very special person; it was because, in spite of his
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    • he became such a very special person; it was because, in spite of his
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    • bodily nature. When we meet a person we ask him, “How old are
    • with you. What a person gives as his age at a definite time of his
    • to take part by walking by the cradle, each person rocking the
    • person approached the manger very seriously and then, on finding
    • something other than resign oneself, saying that a person simply
    • person could come and say that precisely because no meaning can be
    • existence. It can happen that a person wants to prove out of the
    • the spiritual. For what can one do with a person who says.
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    • bodily nature. When we meet a person we ask him, “How old are
    • with you. What a person gives as his age at a definite time of his
    • to take part by walking by the cradle, each person rocking the
    • person approached the manger very seriously and then, on finding
    • something other than resign oneself, saying that a person simply
    • person could come and say that precisely because no meaning can be
    • existence. It can happen that a person wants to prove out of the
    • the spiritual. For what can one do with a person who says.
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    • The superpersonal memory in the blood of the generations. The
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    • told how the physical person of Jesus was created; and how
    • concentrated within the physical personality of Jesus of
    • provision for themselves without much personal effort. Much
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    • captain in the service of that legendary but real person,
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    • race held by such a personality as David, was on parallel
    • personality, and must not be confused, as is done by some
    • Jeschua ben Pandira we have to recognize a personality under
    • the Essenes, in that noble personality regarding whom all
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    • was in no way related to the personality or individuality of
    • the real historical connection of these two personalities.
    • could take place through a personality like Abraham, we must
    • knowledge is absolutely correct), every single person then
    • mighty Event not one, but two personalities were
    • the case of the personality described in the Gospel of
    • personality — the Nathan Jesus, of whom the Gospel of
    • personality. While the Matthew Jesus received a suitable
    • taught to a certain extent among the Essenes. A person having
    • Gospel of Luke. Because this Gospel tells of the personality
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    • The superpersonal memory in the blood of the generations. The
    • the personality known as the Nathan Jesus of the Luke Gospel.
    • person can trace his life back to the point where memory
    • others. Memory to-day is confined to the single personal life
    • times, man remembered not only the events of his personal
    • not then merely signify an individual with his personal life,
    • one name was used for a succession of persons.
    • ‘Enoch’ are names which comprise as many persons
    • certain person was called ‘Enoch,’ it means that
    • in a person, who was the son of someone otherwise designate,
    • previous personalities. This new thread of memory then is not
    • family line several persons had but one name; as for example
    • united several personalities. This will help to make it clear
    • whose memory had shrunk within a single personality. The
    • personality; how the physical body evolves in the first seven
    • person, and only three members, the physical body, and the
    • etheric body and astral body are left, this person may
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    • be fully evolved in a single person; then by slow degrees,
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    • personality, giving it the minutest attention. While formerly
    • Such a person
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    • available to wider circles. For until now a certain person
    • a person as Jesus has ever lived;’ and among many very
    • possible to effect cures through it. The person who was ill
    • Suppose also that this person had no idea of what was
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    • in the wanderings of this Person, this single Individual, the
    • capacity by which they could identify the personality known
    • one personality that it has enabled those who followed it,
    • with the power of the Personality Who lived at that time,
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    • of persons of ‘genius.’ Men of genius rise high
    • ordinary individuals, who say of such persons: Other
    • a person could not in those early times have been initiated
    • in the lives of such persons. In the writings of Prof. Jensen
    • has existed as a physical personality, not Moses, nor Jesus,
    • biographies, but stick placards and tickets on a person and
    • person's external life, which interests most people
    • human personality. There is a desire to-day to bring to light
    • a divine being can enter into a human personality, and that
    • the life-course of such divine beings in any person and in
    • nature of the personality who grew towards the descending
    • physical person does not interest him so much, but rather the
    • for one person. He said therefore: ‘With these methods
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    • the old Red Indians, they gradually take on the personal
    • whole free personality stand in relationship with the element above
    • neither acknowledge, nor recognize Christ-Jesus personally or
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    • person in our present era observe certain places, then from the place
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    • who died before us. Even if a person has been dead for 30 or
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    • essentially and every person, in fact we see as many
    • not only individually different in every different person,
    • such persons as those to whom I have today and at other times
    • persons speaking from different points of view. Thus on one
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    • about a person, one cannot thereafter rely on everything
    • which might come from the same person. Herein is the
    • the like, instead of to persons prepared for it, of course
    • and active, living thought-life; so that one person does not
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    • personally become a riddle. Every detail makes us think a
    • thing about a person who approaches Spiritual Science in any
    • warmly within him and is taken into his whole personality, he
    • eradicate the Luciferic element from life! A person who is
    • the less intelligent persons) is of course that the person
    • considered quite especially intelligent if the person under
    • not present. If I choose personal examples I take it for
    • that I do not do so from any personal foolishness. Recently I
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    • personalities who bear these names? They would certainly not
    • realities. They would in all probability have become persons
    • order which really only reckons with the quite personal man
    • Man retains his personal value notwithstanding. That is
    • Goethe himself said concerning his own personal relationship
    • personality like that of Goethe we recognize how it preserves
    • did I mention this to blacken any one particular person. It
    • is not a question of persons, I am only mentioning an
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    • the personality of Zarathustra.
    • personality such as that of Zarathustra, whose gifts to humanity, in
    • personality hidden beneath the name of
    • us. He was one of those leading personalities who gave a stimulus for
    • level of human consciousness at the time, these leading personalities
    • such personalities were Hermes, Buddha and Moses, as well as
    • personality of Zarathustra is all the more interesting to us in that
    • servant of Ahura Mazdao, and as such, he personally knew the
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    • personality in the course of the development of mankind on the
    • the personality of Zarathustra.
    • personality such as that of Zarathustra, whose gifts to humanity, in
    • personality hidden beneath the name of
    • us. He was one of those leading personalities who gave a stimulus for
    • level of human consciousness at the time, these leading personalities
    • such personalities were Hermes, Buddha and Moses, as well as
    • personality of Zarathustra is all the more interesting to us in that
    • servant of Ahura Mazdao, and as such, he personally knew the
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    • personality. Don't avoid them, investigate them independently,
    • personality. These three forces that surge up and down in man want to
    • illusion about our personality. This is often the most difficult one.
    • by the illusion of our personality.
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    • an expanded and rarified etheric body. When such a person hears some
    • personality to treat it. In a modest way he says that he was caught
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    • colored glasses of his personality. For instance, he wouldn't
    • personality too much. An occultist must especially guard against this
    • pride in oneself, reinforces one's personality, and one would
    • connected with personality behind in the physical world. We must
    • arrive at greater clarity about his own personality is to look at
    • and that they didn't originate from our personality This inner
    • discover and get rid of our personality defects better than this statement
    • from our personality and make ourselves empty in a certain respect,
    • principle frees our personality from egoism and leads to the
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    • archangels, and spirits of personality who work in there. Only angels
    • want to show how far the spirits of personality can work in, we must
    • to toe-tips, then the spirits of personality can only go into the
    • everything personal is suppressed, if we sense that we must merge
    • (Extract) It's wrong to say that a particular live personality
    • pronouncements about living personalities in public. Things are
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    • our personal ego should be excluded completely. We should grasp the
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    • that such a person lacks justified solitude. All men need to be alone
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    • masters of wisdom and of the harmony of feelings, those personalities
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    • doing the exercises? It's a splitting of the personality.
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    • average person, but it shouldn't happen to an esoteric; he must
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    • person we see this like a shooting arrow that can inure the
    • person's soul more than a physically shot arrow could hurt his
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    • personality, where we no longer feel that our I belongs to what we
    • little with our respective personality that even if we get to know
    • stations. We should never say that we were this or that personality.
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    • members to concentrate their trust so much on one person, that is,
    • in personal and daily affairs, and only get advice from me in
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    • personality who work in all cultural conditions. A man
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    • person could lift her veil. That is, the effect of the Isis forces
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    • own personality. Descriptions of our own being. About the feeling of
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    • personalities until a hundred years after their last death; when this
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    • and intellectual defects. This also arise in an ordinary person, but
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    • do this. He should exclude his personal wishes and then investigate.
    • in it, and that's when someone wants to set up a personally
    • set up personal truths often leads to hypocrisy and dishonesty.
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    • more impersonal. This shouldn't happen overnight; that
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    • , we should feel the divine I and not the personal one. Of course, we
    • higher, expanded I that should be felt here. The personal ego with
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    • person alive today was already present in the egg-cell of Eve. This was
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    • the deeds of a personality, but we must not change our love for the
    • personality and should direct even more sympathy towards her,
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    • bliss. For an immature person it's full of terrifying things and it
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    • disease that's sometimes observed is that an otherwise normal person
    • If one investigates the past of such a sick person occultly one can
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    • pleasant to be near the person one loves. The good Gods had to use
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    • One has to say things to one person in a vivid way, to another in a
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    • as soon as a personal note flows into this pure striving and this
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    • says: You are a fickle person. In 99 out of 100 cases we would be
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    • out of us, or it can even be the case that the person concerned can
    • person is dissatisfied with himself, reproaches himself severely or
    • that at all, I'm too decent a person for that. But we should, admit
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    • comes from his personal feelings. When an esoteric prays he will
    • first have a cold feeling; he shouldn't bring anything personal
    • from his personal life.
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    • others. For instance if one runs into a deceased person who's in
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    • death of a beloved person often has an egotistical character, because
    • the loss of the person affects them. But such feelings don't help the
    • deceased personality upwards. On the contrary, they take away
    • If we send feelings of unselfish love after the personality we
    • thereby weave feathers into the garment. So when a personality dies
  • Title: Esoteric Lessons Part III: Meditations Rudolf Steiner gave in English (CW 267)
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    • universal thinking that should live impersonally in our words;
    • “She” is the world soul, i.e. we should feel impersonally
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    • our personality, which is fundamentally identical with the consciousness
    • into personalities here on earth. And remembering is the echo of what I
    • before, a healthy, thoughtful person will not take it for a present
    • without love. This hems him in. Loveless persons sleep as if — to
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    • our personality, which is fundamentally identical with the consciousness
    • into personalities here on earth. And remembering is the echo of what I
    • before, a healthy, thoughtful person will not take it for a present
    • without love. This hems him in. Loveless persons sleep as if — to
  • Title: Gospel of John: Introduction to the Reflections of Rudolf Steiner on the Gospel of St. John
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    • individual man emerged as a personality. No longer on the one
    • being, the personality who through his especial
    • art. The individual personality had become mature. The
    • personality. It lost its own value, its firm anchor and
    • sacrifice, allowed the human personality to develop beyond
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture I: The Doctrine of the Logos
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    • result were such a person to attempt to translate Euclid,
    • historical personality outwardly, in external appearance, may
    • but in what is spiritual and invisible in His personality,
    • express themselves in such a personal way. It was said
    • into words what rises above the personal, that is to say, the
    • spiritual, the impersonal, and to express this by means of
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture III: The Mission of the Earth
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    • order that one person love another? It is this — that
    • person to another. My hand does not love my organism. Only
    • person, can love him. To this end the human being had to
    • personality, but as a part of a Divine Being, just as the
    • of independent, personal existence, in which every individual
    • within his own individual personality as did the follower of
    • the New Testament. He did not yet say as a personality,
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture IV: The Raising of Lazarus
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    • initiated could himself have experiences and personal
    • spoken of in the Mysteries, stood before him in the person of
    • Sigambrian tribe than as a separate personality.
    • course of time it happened that individual personalities gave
    • personalities. We can only understand certain things,
    • personalities of the group-soul? What must have been the
    • other persons, union with all egos belonging to a group-soul
    • something more than just a person with a particular name
    • fullest extent. One person loved another because he was
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture V: The Seven Degrees of Initiation
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    • personality that he took the folk-soul into his own being.
    • all that belonged to his personality was of no importance to
    • the individual ego of the human personality gradually evolved
    • order to allow the personal “I AM” to emerge.
    • many persons today already feel that something which once had
    • the ego present in every personality is also one with the
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture VI: The "I AM"
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    • between Christ and a personality who is able to perceive what
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture VII: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • star, and let us imagine a person with clairvoyant vision
    • ether and astral bodies. If this clairvoyant person were to
    • the Christ Personality, to the Christ Impulse, by energizing
    • this person and the Christ Impulse be transmitted to him.
    • What does that signify? If the person were blind, he would
    • for example that a person were to give himself up physically
    • man. This mystery through which a person consumes, eats or
    • such a personality as the writer of the Gospel and be able to
    • say: “There was such a person who was thoroughly
    • However, if a person really believes in the “I
    • that a transgressor is brought before a person who really
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture VIII: Human Evolution in its Relation to the Christ Principle
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    • clairvoyantly endowed person can see them. It is only when he
    • clairvoyantly in a certain way. Let us suppose that a person
    • personifications of nature forces. There are complete
    • world, in that world into which a person enters when he lifts
    • personal sense. What then will be the meaning of what men
    • to do with personal needs. Mankind has descended to the
    • profoundest depths of personal necessity, of physical
    • personality. But just such an egotistic, utilitarian
    • importance to his own personality, thus causing him to feel
    • incarnation as the feeling of personality. That this feeling
    • of personality is so strong today is the result of the
    • their own personality. Certainly, profound mysteries exist
    • for the concept of the human being as an outer personality,
    • personality — as a Roman citizen — appears also
    • shall trace in detail how the personality emerges by degrees
    • progressed far enough in their feeling of personality to step
    • an understanding of personality. You will comprehend that
    • as a personal manifestation, the time when the spirit
    • becoming a personality. Thus we see how in the middle of the
    • a separate personality. When we see how in Greek art the
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    • gained out of the life of the spirit itself. If a person has
    • world, thus becoming acquainted with it through personal
    • initiation, it was a matter of a loss of personality. An
    • impersonal absorption into the spiritual world is what
    • personality reached a certain high point in the ancient
    • Egyptian civilization. In this awareness of the personality,
    • periods longed to strip off personality. The Atlanteans were
    • they would each night strip off their personality and live in
    • Yoga, into what was impersonal. To repose in the universal
    • enough of their own personality to feel themselves for the
    • being make his will so personal, so individualized, that he
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture X: The Effect of the Christ Impulse Within Mankind
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    • the person of Christ Jesus. We may say that humanity
    • concentrating in the person of Christ Jesus, then continued
    • personal and intellectual human culture. We of the present
    • depended upon his position in the community. A person
    • and his kinsmen, and in accordance with these impersonal
    • We are now about to develop this personal consciousness
    • linked with the individuality, with the human personality,
    • persons, become most individualized. As long as men are not
    • within the human personality, and when, at the same time,
    • recognizing and fighting down the personal sympathy and
    • antipathy that divides them. Were personal opinions still to
    • in this particular passage of the Gospel, the person we are
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    • person who could lift himself above the outer physical
    • sense-world and have his own personal experiences in the
    • spiritual worlds, a person who could experience the spiritual
    • person. It is not meant that in any sense he must become
    • solid parts of it — was divided. One person took
    • belonged to one person, that part to another. Possession,
    • i.e. the extension of the personality through the acquisition
    • of a world that someone else perceives.” A person who
    • microscopy is prescribed in the laboratories. If a person
    • initiation as one which a person belonging to the present
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture XII: The Nature of the Virgin Sophia and of the Holy Spirit
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    • be employed for bringing about this katharsis. A person can
    • the thoughts just as they are there presented. If a person holds
    • katharsis. If a person has not been successful in doing this
    • understand that when a person has attained this initiation,
    • he is fundamentally quite different from the person he was
    • knowledge. For a person who acquires spiritual knowledge,
    • not reached previously. If a person practices self-knowledge
    • self? Is it within the personal man? No, it is not there. On
    • then a person may expect that the external spirit will stream
    • Universal Ego. And a person thus illuminated, who, in other
    • do not at all come into consideration. When such a person
    • His personal ego has been eclipsed, which means that at such
    • moments it has become impersonal and it is the Cosmic
    • irrespective of all personal opinions. In every spiritual-
    • external personality to be a counterpart, a revelation of
    • personality.
    • distinction between the personality who, in Esoteric
    • this mean? It means that in the historical personality of
    • person who, because of this, was attracted to a mother so
    • Nazareth we have a person in whom Father Abraham is living.
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    • actual person. Similarly, a man who attained illumination knew: there
    • more or less the following. — We get to know some person and
    • person extremely well; we may be with him every day but we never by
    • who felt the inner bond even before there was any direct, personal
    • characteristics of the other person.
    • easy to describe the other person in a more external way. In these
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, V: Lecture II
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    • etheric bodies, we immediately begin to be aware of the persons in
    • of meeting a person again after the lapse of many years, he
    • this gift of understanding. When they speak of another person their
    • lengths that a man simply does not know if the person he met was
    • of learning, and my attention fell upon a personality whose inner
    • a previous incarnation this personality had to do with all kinds of
    • with feet and hands. And so in connection with this particular person
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    • acted unjustly to this person or that, whose thoughts were
    • personality who in spite of unwavering adherence to Mohammedanism was
    • give you an example. Think of a personality like Ernst Haeckel
    • personages, knowing that both come into the picture here, one will
    • spirit is directed to this Court, a certain personality stands out in
    • in a later incarnation, as a different personality, he had striven
    • personality lived at the Court of Haroun al Raschid but was for this
    • the old sense were no longer possible — this personality was
    • Caliphs. The organisation of it all was the work of this personality
    • — a personality endowed with great powers of initiative. Such
    • personality came again as Lord Bacon of Verulam
    • different personality from Haroun al Raschid! ... Nevertheless it is
    • other personality — he who had been not only the right hand but
    • spiritual destiny — this personality took a different path. Far
    • other personality who had been the very soul of the Court in Baghdad
    • the other personality whose development in the spiritual world after
    • of the times. This personality lived as Amos Comenius
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    • understanding of the karma of personalities known to us all, light
    • karmic connections of this personality?” two aspects came into
    • personalities.
    • the modern age? Where are they, these great personalities who worked
    • reason, many Initiates of bygone days appear again as personalities
    • to give another example, one with which I came into close personal
    • earlier ages. On another occasion my attention fell on a personality
    • certain age, this personality gathered around him people who then
    • interest may well be roused by this personality who had been ousted
    • had usurped the property. The personality of whom I am speaking was
    • of the person in question. This was because the connection between
    • was clear to me. All the fatalism which characterised the personality
    • or board of authorities — to which such a person must apply in
    • had it not been from the hand of a personage living at the Court of
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    • personal existence into world-existence. The Earth — so it
    • place as a personality. He must speak if we are to know his
    • Strader is a figure based upon a personality who is now dead but was
    • as it affected the other person. After death, for a period
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    • case of the other person, however, everything succeeds. Looking back
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    • but of the other personality — imbibed a later form of North
    • thought. This personality subsequently went over to Spain where his
    • of the Middle Ages, this male personality was reborn as a woman,
    • now became more deeply rooted than ever. The same personality appears
    • personality was inevitably associated with the sphere of keen
    • fraught with elements of criticism, of rebellion. This personality,
    • greater hindrance still. When a person who was an Initiate in past
    • personality who in a former earthly life was actually initiated into
    • certain personality who was living at that time as a man. You will
    • there is a personality upon whom the Initiation rites and ceremonies
    • personality had lived through an incarnation as a woman, when the
    • comet's tail, has a shattering effect. The personality of whom I am
    • experienced through the Hibernian Initiation. When this personality
    • ethical qualities then become evident to us. A personality certainly
    • was a personality who received in these later Mysteries not only
    • this personality born again later on as a man whose sub consciousness
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    • Occult History: Personalities and Events in World-History in the light of Spiritual Science
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    • open-minded person can, with no more than the ordinary means of
    • From being personal and human our life becomes cosmic during sleep. And
  • Title: Lecture: The Experiences of Sleep and their Spiritual Background
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    • open-minded person can, with no more than the ordinary means of
    • From being personal and human our life becomes cosmic during sleep. And
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture I: Supersensible Knowledge: Anthroposophy as a Demand of the Age
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    • conscientious scientific demands of those very persons who take their
    • like to say that many persons holding positions deserving of the
    • external phenomena of nature.” For this reason, even a person
    • the nineteenth century to discover that personalities who, by
    • persons, the “subconscious” states of the life of the
    • goes to a person who has made some progress in this field and
    • case entirely new to the person concerned, and he can survey it. Many
    • persons fear that they may become dependent in this way upon some one
    • Moreover, it is well for a person who has had some practice in
    • thinking. At a certain point of time, the person then has a
    • It is possible then for the person concerned to go forward in his
    • the whole inner life of the person appears in a new way before the
    • life of the person is now created out of that which appears in an
    • something in which persons, natural occurrences, or works of
    • appears before a person, what confronts him is, rather, that
    • beloved personality, the mere memory picture shows him how this
    • person came to him at a certain point of time, spoke to him,
    • what he owes to the person, etc. But, in this life tableau what
    • person, and how he took every step at last in such a way that he was
    • perhaps, be undesirable to most persons, but the fact is that
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    • space with many other persons, our dream world belongs to us alone;
    • we do not share it with the other persons. And a profounder
    • dreams, in a manner that we can share with other persons at most only
    • But, just as a person feels himself in ordinary life to be in
    • transition of a person from one state of consciousness into another,
    • different person in ordinary life through awaking, so does one
    • only a conceptual revolution in a person consisting in the fact that
    • very roots of the soul being, that a person is transformed through
    • subtracts from it. Those persons who — whether really or
    • is not born out of fantastic persons, dreamers, but out of those very
    • persons who are able to take their places in their full humanity in
    • the earthly existence, as persons capable in real life. In
    • distress — especially in the case of many persons. In the
    • its full meaning and weight. The moment a person ascends to the
    • in which human beings can live together is that in which one person
    • possible for all persons to become astronomers or botanists and yet
    • significance for all persons — at least, their primary results
    • by referring to something personal, although the personal in
    • the personal.
    • being, grasps the whole person, is not limited to an impression upon
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    • them as to persons advanced in the realm of Anthroposophy. The manner
  • Title: Lecture: Reincarnation and Karma
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    • soul-activity. One may admit over and over again that the person
    • Darwinistic ideas. And it originated in a person who said to
    • “new faith” on that basis which these personalities
    • personality who is the most important and venerable of the
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    • soul-activity. One may admit over and over again that the person
    • Darwinistic ideas. And it originated in a person who said to
    • “new faith” on that basis which these personalities
    • personality who is the most important and venerable of the
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    • civilisation-epochs are carried into later ones by the personalities of
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    • earthly lives of significant personalities have run their course, how
    • at some personality of the present or some other age, we understand him
    • which, while concerning itself first with personalities in history but
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    • was in the company of another person whom I had known very well for a
    • long time. This other person had always made, I will not say a deep, but
    • Around this person there was what I might call a kind of moral, ethical
    • remarkable thing happened. By witnessing the two persons in the company
    • research had been kindled in connection with the person whom I had long
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    • A.D. We see the personality of Charlemagne, for
    • important personalities of history — it is the more inward
    • personalities of history, i.e., by the human beings themselves, but we
    • Europe, there lived in the East a personality who stood really on a far
    • stood above all one other personality, who truly bore within him the
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    • other personalities were working within the same stream, partly in the
    • personalities on earth in the course of the centuries. These were the
    • the heaven of the fixed stars. Thus in his own person he experienced the
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    • The personalities who were gathered in the
    • personalities who had the heart and mind to receive from tradition much
    • reflection of the former life in the present. This personality lived in
    • transmitted from the one life to the other in this personality.
    • receive in them as it were spiritual photographs of the personalities
    • where they now are — the personalities who taught in Chartres.
    • an extraordinarily interesting personality, who lived again in
    • Chartres, I could scarcely imagine a personality more fitted to behold
    • of a personality whose medical studies have entered into her in such a
    • personalities in past earthly lives. For in the present earthly life man
    • on the one side a personality of whom we may well think that in his
    • adequate are the narratives that centred round the personality of
    • person of another, an image of the fate of Julian the Apostate, inasmuch
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    • of personalities in whose working we can see a certain preparation for
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    • possible in a poetic work. I had a kind of pattern for the personality
    • this personality had drawn all the forces of his rationalism from the
    • personality of Klingsor (who in fact afterwards vanished from Heinrich's
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    • continuous succession of historic personalities. It is not generally
    • point to the several incarnations as to historic personalities, such an
    • To-day I will tell you about a personality
    • Now when the above-mentioned personality,
    • personality had done was dissolved as in a cloud of mist. But there
    • personality passes through the life between death and a new birth one
    • This personality is re-born in the
    • I will now mention another personality, of
    • personalities were imbued with all the high scholarship of the first
    • was present at the Council of Nicæa a certain personality who took
    • undoubtedly have been the outcome if the personality to whom I now refer
    • out of it and grew into a deeply personal Christianity, which was
    • devotion to the Being of Christ. See that ancient personality going
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    • personalities went through the gate of death almost simultaneously, but
    • personality in the spiritual life of that time. It was he who first
    • personalities as Martianus Capella were, none the less, well aware that
    • living way. But the personality to whom I refer, living now in a male
    • personality who in the pre-Christian centuries had been a woman
    • a woman's personality, but in this case, the whole fundamental character
    • Thomas Campanella, a very remarkable personality.
    • thing. But what kind of a spirit was he?What kind of a personality? He
    • minds. Here is a personality with all the antecedents, the pre-disposing
    • peculiarly personal and individual form. For there arose in him an
    • into his personality, into his individual life. For so it is with karma.
    • Instead of its being theoretical it becomes a personal concern, personal
    • temperament, personal sympathy and antipathy — in this case,
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    • And such a personality will reveal in the intellect which he evolves
    • understand me rightly. Let us assume that some personality living in the
    • from former incarnations. Such a personality lives and finds his way
    • personality whom I now mean, the after-working of former spirituality is
    • intellectualism. What else can such a personality do? At most he will
    • remind you of a personality of ancient time whom we have mentioned here
    • — Hroswitha, that forgotten but great personality of the 10th
    • nun Hroswitha evolving into the remarkable personality she was, writing
    • was indeed an astonishing personality. And she among others partook in
    • Ideas became an absolute matter of course to this personality. Yet his
    • his youth this personality had something like a dream-intuition of how
    • There were strange dreams living in this personality, dreams from which
    • personality of whom I am speaking is none other than
    • In that circle Erik Schmidt was a highly respected personality and
    • something extraordinarily personal in Schröer's reverence for
    • had this personal character which was indeed karmically predestined as I
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    • Occult History; Personalities and Events in World-History in the light of Spiritual Science.
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    • Goetheanum, Class One. No person is held qualified to form a judgment
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    • Aristotle and Alexander; and these personalities came close to what
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    • advanced sufficiently far to renounce the personal, the
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    • advanced sufficiently far to renounce the personal, the
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    • could believe whatever they wanted. Belief — personal opinion
    • king at the top. Naturally a person whose head has been cut off
    • realities: One person was the God for the mentality of the other
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    • persons, be they the persons' insignias, be they the deeds of the
    • governing or ruling persons, it was all symbols, signs. Whereas
    • only illustrated by the persons and deeds in the physical world.
    • thing that mattered was the concrete will of a physical person. To
    • heavenly facts and personalities, then one can hold the opinion that
    • what the person does who is a divine image is right, is a true image:
    • when the possibility of discussion originated. The person of today,
    • personal judging was not at all present in respect to public affairs.
    • Advice is given. Aha! The person concerned says, so in this or that
    • but we have what is valid for one person being equally valid for the
    • complete person, after having been constipated with platitudes. What
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    • self-consciousness; the consciousness of the personality
    • that in the fourth epoch the personal element which then came
    • plane, when the consciousness of the personality was most
    • consciousness of the personality, the most intense joy in the
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    • self-consciousness; the consciousness of the personality
    • that in the fourth epoch the personal element which then came
    • plane, when the consciousness of the personality was most
    • consciousness of the personality, the most intense joy in the
  • Title: Lecture: The Sermon on the Mount and the Return of Christ
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    • from the external world through the senses. Even a person
    • looked right up to the realm of the Spirits of Personality
    • the realm of the Spirits of Personality and has been formed
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    • from the external world through the senses. Even a person
    • looked right up to the realm of the Spirits of Personality
    • the realm of the Spirits of Personality and has been formed
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    • of the human memory? There is a point of time in the personal
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    • of the human memory? There is a point of time in the personal
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    • personality is not saved for the ascent into the spiritual
    • of personality sink into the abyss. The sixth culture-epoch
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    • memory, then a person remaining backward in development by
    • in a person artificially kept back, then his memory would
    • the soul of this remarkable personality, so enigmatic to
    • very clever, there were still persons who under exceptional
    • flesh as human personality. They were sensible of Christ
    • teaching but in his Person — that is the essential
    • Personality, with whom it is not a matter of listening to his
    • Personality of Christ Jesus. It is much easier to deny
    • divinity to this Personality than to acknowledge it. Here
    • personality a force has appeared which will work into the
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    • if he penetrated from the mere features of a person's
    • Such persons do not exist. What I know is the standard. I can
    • person may attain through the evolution of the inner creative
    • might be thought that a person must first have the body in
    • But that would entail doing something with a person of which
    • the first step of initiation to allow a person to do
    • something were given to a person while he is fully conscious,
    • the first step of initiation — to give a person
    • meditation, concentration, and other practices which a person
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    • consciousness, the one lasting from morning when a person
    • emphasized what has to happen to a person if he is to receive
    • Will. The chief aim is, so to influence a person during the
    • body during sleep at night. But suppose a person were passing
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    • that this initiation enables a person to have a certain high
    • enables a person to attain that which can only be observed
    • personality. Hence in Rome first appears what we call the
    • personal will were present which held the whole together.
    • the sentence which describes minutely how a person stands as
    • person who has not lived his life in such a way that he can
    • only in the service of their own personality and therefore
    • becomes flesh, becomes person; the age in which man descended
    • to the stage of personality, where in the sculptures of the
    • Greeks the individualized Deity appears as personality, where
    • in the Roman citizen personality comes into the world. At the
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    • it. Let us think of a personality who has the good fortune to
    • personality confronting Christ Jesus himself, for example;
    • he rejects the Leader of humanity. Such a personality, such a
    • physiognomy it will be written whether the person is good or
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    • They are the Spirits of Personality. About the middle of the
    • forms, and these Spirits of Personality passed through their
    • Saturn period we have the Spirits of Personality in this human
    • the middle (X) are the Spirits of Personality. At each
    • Spirits of Personality — progress further and are to-day
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    • emptiness of all present-day thinking, for the persons in
    • of oil would never rotate at all. The learned person who
    • shine and concoct all sorts of fantasies. These persons may
    • person uses his senses. At night he goes to sleep. On the bed
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    • separate “I”-personality, so to speak. This he has won. Now
    • sense-being, as a personality. That was at the time when the
    • aim was to be a separate personality, an individual citizen.
    • a certain point is always reached where the personality can
    • itself to sink down, the personality is lost, it is not
    • saying that in banking affairs the personality was gradually
    • then brought into a personal sphere by the personal talent
    • directed to them. The personality immersed itself in finance.
    • To-day you see banking affairs becoming impersonal, they are
    • managed by a single personality. Capital begins to control
    • the personality to themselves, so that the personality has
    • humanity, as regards the personality, has descended to the
    • lowest depth. Now the personality may save itself and ascend
    • But the personality may also throw itself into these forces,
    • personality descends to the earth and would have to turn back
    • A person who
    • Christ Jesus? If persons who are not Anthroposophists say
    • able to progress to personality. The individual would have
    • separate personality. Each one who thoroughly felt the
    • quite different from what it is to-day. A person can only
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    • single person against every other person in every branch of
    • develops. The whole appears to its as the personification of
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    • the personal representatives of what we found in yesterday's
    • nature, in its personal form, as Elias, and the other as Moses,
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    • as long as a person enters the laboratory in the belief that
    • person to be happy although his neighbour may be unhappy. It
    • is certainly quite possible for one person to feel happy in
    • suppose a person hardened himself during our epoch against
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    • exercises. In a person who spiritualizes himself, this
    • this materialism is such that a person can turn back from it
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    • that a number of persons should not turn a deaf ear to the
    • who has taken this personality as his ideal.” But we need not
    • what man experiences after death. Let us take a person who is
    • it is impossible to gratify this desire. Such persons look
    • place where a person in the physical body could set forth the
    • condemned person! It was only possible to understand what
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    • personality; they would have acquired wisdom concerning nature, but
    • possibility of grasping his personality through inner forces.
    • personality by self-training, as intended by the Divine Powers.
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    • yourselves to certain persons who pile up sin upon sin, saying
    • the world without respect of persons; each man shall receive
    • the Lord commanded, because He was in His own person about to
    • corrupter of boys, nor shalt thou become like such persons; for the
    • such persons. Why so? Because this animal changeth its nature
    • hereunto, that appearing in person He might redeem out of
    • person to reprove him for a transgression. Thou shalt be meek, thou
    • with respect of persons, but to call those whom the Spirit hath
    • seek out day by day the persons of the saints, either laboring by word
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    • tells us more important things about the world than any personal
    • different persons at fifty from what we were at twenty; we develop.
    • case of distinguished personalities mentioned in history you are
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    • have any concept, any idea, any perception, of the human personality
    • personality was being lost, man was threatened with finding himself
    • grasping themselves as persons. The Christ Impulse brought men the
    • possibility of once more grasping their personalities, but now of
    • old arrived at their consciousness of personality, because one thing
    • personality.”
    • experienced his personality through the physical rays of the sun.
    • This knowledge of the personality was brought to man by a spiritual
    • if he does not wish to lose his knowledge of the personality, look
    • one or other person was thinking would concern us very little. We can
    • however, is merely the reverse side of the loss of personality.
    • For by losing the possibility of recognising man as a personality, we
    • lose also our understanding of the personality of those around us.
    • personality among other personalities, but wanting to
    • persons who were contemporaries of Christ, and only in the third
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    • mentioned — Tertullian. With regard to the personality of
    • is a very remarkable personality. Anyone who hears the ordinary
    • get to know his personality, the more we respect this remarkable man.
    • events we have here a remarkable personality who, as a Roman,
    • confronts his fellow-Romans in the second century. This personality
    • world-outlook people turned to an impersonal spirituality, this world
    • thoughts which for decades a person has found comfortably suitable for
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    • self-discipline what may be called the free human personality, a real
    • personality, and then to rise further to Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit,
    • that otherwise he would have had to find through his own personal
    • flows into the universal spirituality. Man has no personal
    • person, but were so to live with his fellows that it could be
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    • over in Palestine a solitary human personality had arisen with a few
    • followers, a personality who went through a certain life, suffered
    • history books we have a picture, for instance, of the personality of
    • But in what sense he was an important, an incisively effective personality
    • think what he likes about the symbols.” A person of this kind
    • His counsel; in a certain sense they can enter into a direct personal
    • personality — such spirits as he are not satisfied with prosaic
    • such a person has acquired the right to judge it, to specify its
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    • historical evolution of humanity. The working of karma through personalities.
    • personalities; the threads of karma running through their different
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    • stands in the heavens personifying the future, whereas the Moon
    • personifies the past. The Sun is the other gate into the spiritual
    • scrutiny of individual human life reveals that when two persons meet,
    • It is when we are so inwardly affected by what we see a person do,
    • may meet one person to whom we shall listen, and then go on our way;
    • given up the personal leadership of the Society in 1912, to begin
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    • Membership Cards now being issued are personally signed by me.
    • thereby the personal relationship — abstract though it be
    • make relationships personal and human. Thus, for example, when it was
    • some personality appears as a leading figure in the evolution of
    • humanity, we must say: This personality is the bearer of an
    • earthly lives can we really understand such a personality. From this
    • personalities. One of these examples leads us into the wide arena of
    • personality, one who — in an incarnation earlier than the one
    • personality of whom tradition says that he made magnificent provision
    • personality of
    • Meyer, the Swiss poet. The very personality of Conrad
    • is certainly a remarkable personality. When he was composing his
    • this is quite apparent when we study the poems or the personality of
    • the other personality known to him from history.
    • married a rather uncouth, unpolished personality who fled from the
    • Personalities who attract one's attention in some earthly
    • their reincarnations. There is a personality who is
    • personality, in line with the customs of the times, to serve under a
    • was the accepted practice in those days. This personality must not be
    • fundamentally noble personality to have been incarnated a hundred
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    • his will, of his feelings. The outer, personal
    • person reaches only into the intellect, into the aesthetic sense,
    • The experiences of a person who has reached a certain stage of
    • person with whom an Initiate was karmically connected in the past and
    • will when meeting another person. In about seven to nine thousand
    • person and recognition that this meeting enlarges our knowledge of
    • the person who has come into his ken; he transforms himself as it
    • were into the Angelos of this person and what he can say to the
    • persons, would have been described quite differently by each of them.
    • establishing a link with the Angelos of each person concerned.
    • portrait in which an uncultured person sees no likeness whatever,
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    • in the way that one person converses with another to-day. But in
    • that we may meet the other person, and what we do after the meeting
    • our will. We get to know the person: what he is, what he
    • that the person not only makes an impression upon us from outside,
    • the person more from outside, forming an opinion of him by the
    • other person as though he were handsome, but in point of fact he is
    • in common. Thus it is that when we come across another person in the
    • actually see the earlier incarnations of the personalities whom he
    • to be a whole series of persons who are as objectively real as the
    • mysterious night. Then, when we actually meet the person in question
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    • certain domains of life are set by particular personalities. It
    • should be obvious to us that some historic personality who not so
    • personalities. This leads to something else as well. By observing
    • personalities of whom history tells we become aware of threads of
    • thus shed upon karma helps to make our own personal destiny
    • Raschid was an energetic and active patron, a personality who
    • this Court of Haroun al Raschid there was a remarkable personality,
    • the Court of Haroun al Raschid, there lived a personality who did not
    • personality of whom I am speaking was a magnificent organiser
    • a personality who lived at the Court of Haroun al Raschid and in an
    • itself enough to indicate that this personality lived at a level
    • King. And then our vision falls on two other personalities: Cavour
    • into earlier lives on Earth. Whether a person limps or has a habit of
    • in the Christian era, this personality had
    • such a personality to appear outwardly as an Initiate.
    • applies in the case of the personality who lived at the Court of
    • Raschid himself. This personality was connected in the very depths of
    • see how in these personalities, civilisations, cultures, flow
    • this defect led me to another personality who also had a club-foot namely,
    • In considering many historical personalities, however, one often
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    • personality during his physical life on Earth. He died in the
    • negative, an experience of the consequences in the other person of
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    • Any discerning person realises that there are also other human beings
    • Christianity, were working in person among them. They taught the
    • the writings of these outstanding personalities. I will give
    • School of Chartres, this personality had gazed into the weaving life
    • personality of whom I am now speaking allowed all that I have related
    • personality, who was Brunetto Latini, became the teacher of Dante.
    • one to go back in time ... for me personally it came very naturally
    • met many a personality who was not a reincarnation of a pupil
    • author was the personality who for hours, days or weeks had come down
    • giving a lecture in Vienna. The same person was there and after the
    • earlier incarnation. And what the person said on that occasion about
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    • civilisation in whom the first sparks of personal thinking were
    • outstanding personalities. The wars waged by the Frankish kings
    • nature fitted to direct the earthly, personal Intelligence, took over
    • personal Intelligence of men, in order that men can be thinkers
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    • ‘self-made’ thinkers. This personal, self-engendered
    • and the personal, and only then using the
    • influential personality, at this point another, and there again
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    • Occult History. Personalities and Events in World History in the light of Spiritual Science
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    • societies; whatever a person might think, in the moment he uttered
    • among the appropriate persons a method of working is endowed of which
    • leading personalities of these associated branches – insofar as
    • these already exist – several of the proven personalities from
    • specific recognition for what this personality has done in recent
    • total freedom by these personalities.
    • certain coordination of the personalities
    • way in which these personalities
    • everything personal.
    • on persons, and not even on persons, but on what the persons will
    • personal sense. She felt herself to be the inspiration for the
    • disorder, which had deeply infected his person. His open letter of
    • of the Seal, and what she experienced in such a mystical, personal
    • personalities failed – caused by egoistical conceit on one hand
    • opportunity for the development of personal fantasy and to practice
    • person of Miss Berta Meyer. During the months of the war years we
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    • societies; whatever a person might think, in the moment he uttered
    • among the appropriate persons a method of working is endowed of which
    • leading personalities of these associated branches – insofar as
    • these already exist – several of the proven personalities from
    • specific recognition for what this personality has done in recent
    • total freedom by these personalities.
    • certain coordination of the personalities
    • way in which these personalities
    • everything personal.
    • on persons, and not even on persons, but on what the persons will
    • personal sense. She felt herself to be the inspiration for the
    • disorder, which had deeply infected his person. His open letter of
    • of the Seal, and what she experienced in such a mystical, personal
    • personalities failed – caused by egoistical conceit on one hand
    • opportunity for the development of personal fantasy and to practice
    • person of Miss Berta Meyer. During the months of the war years we
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    • and Personal Consciousness
    • AND PERSONAL CONSCIOUSNESS
    • the Cosmos was changed. Man was not originally a personal
    • his personality and his individuality. This change however
    • the human kingdom has risen. If a holy person (Saint) is to
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    • and Personal Consciousness
    • AND PERSONAL CONSCIOUSNESS
    • the Cosmos was changed. Man was not originally a personal
    • his personality and his individuality. This change however
    • the human kingdom has risen. If a holy person (Saint) is to
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    • Self a personal being. (Nibelungen-ring.)
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    • Self a personal being. (Nibelungen-ring.)
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    • for this is by no means clear to the average person. And for
    • personality, but rather a whole system of minerals —
    • earth, defined in the human being as an isolated person, as a
    • animals, as complete, self-contained personalities, upon the
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    • for this is by no means clear to the average person. And for
    • personality, but rather a whole system of minerals —
    • earth, defined in the human being as an isolated person, as a
    • animals, as complete, self-contained personalities, upon the
  • Title: Lecture: 'Goethe's Faust' from the Point of View of Spiritual Science
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    • but also to study personalities which have passed before us
    • these personalities who honestly and energetically strove
    • a person born blind. But in order to perceive our environment
    • successful operation upon a blind person, there comes to him
    • circle of persons at whose head stood a woman of deep,
    • personal, egotistical feelings; he is repelled like Faust. He
    • personal desire. Quite impersonally must we emerge into the
    • spiritual world. That's is possible only when every personal
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    • but also to study personalities which have passed before us
    • these personalities who honestly and energetically strove
    • a person born blind. But in order to perceive our environment
    • successful operation upon a blind person, there comes to him
    • circle of persons at whose head stood a woman of deep,
    • personal, egotistical feelings; he is repelled like Faust. He
    • personal desire. Quite impersonally must we emerge into the
    • spiritual world. That's is possible only when every personal
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    • personal, earthly “I” which speaks, but the
    • personality was Immanuel Hermann Fichte, the son of Johann
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    • personal, earthly “I” which speaks, but the
    • personality was Immanuel Hermann Fichte, the son of Johann
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    • persons with whom, in the course of the last few years, I
    • declared, this is not a time when each person can say that
    • is a time when the only person who can speak effectively in
    • those persons who are unwilling today to understand it. We
    • which each person thinks out something for himself in utter
    • of persons in positions of leadership have been utterly
    • as this is possible for each person, with the real nature of
    • about such a social structure as will permit every person to
    • human being lives in those persons who are engaged at present
    • subconsciousness of a person rises up into real super-sensible
    • consciousness. A person learns in two different ways through
    • person, for only what a person consciously grasps belongs to
    • person appear in one case before the Guardian of the
    • actually appearing before the person and presenting itself
    • person is then rid of it as an instinct. There is no need for
    • specter. This is the sole way in which the person can get rid
    • nightmare. What exists instinctively in the person must come
    • instinct living in a person must gradually rise to a higher
    • level either as a specter or as a nightmare, if the person is
    • person does not actually behold these things is not in the
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    • than through an increase in the interest that a person feels
    • unless the person knows that he is really within this order,
    • which a person belongs to a social community. The interest
    • class from the world because, should persons of the bourgeois
    • shall be deprived of its rights. Thus, the only persons who
    • according to this proletariat world conception, a person who
    • That is, whoever employs persons, engages persons to serve
    • profits from income. Nor does a person who is engaged in
    • live by means of income, who employ other persons and
    • obligation to work. Every person is under obligation to
    • abstract and confused conception of their own personal lives!
    • hold the picture in our minds of a certain number of persons
    • that a certain number of persons labor in order that we may
    • for gaining power. How many persons really see clearly that
    • labor of other persons upon which they depend for what they
    • regard to their own respected persons. In greater or lesser
    • one's personality. A wholesome social life is possible only
    • when interest in one's own respected personality is broadened
    • yourselves to how many persons these works of art are utterly
    • inaccessible. For how many persons do these works of art
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    • understood by some persons to be intended as criticism of one
    • sense in which many persons expect the solution in our day.
    • intuitional contents of epistolary writings. Personal
    • person can possess higher faculties and not to the point of
    • faculties. It is as if one should say to a person, “You
    • taken by certain persons with reference to spiritual science.
    • person anyone who speaks concretely of such a spiritual reality.
    • the person proceeds in accordance with historic evolution in
    • persons who occupy positions as political representatives,
    • other person, who is acting knowingly in accordance with
    • instincts even in such a person as Woodrow Wilson should be
    • these Western persons possess in the form of knowledge, as I
    • capacity, of which every knowing person within these secret
    • with the person of Strader in my Mystery Dramas.
    • persons — as I once explained here — but so much
    • earth is really inhabited by 2,000,000,000 persons. The
    • would be necessary to have 600,000,000 more persons on the
    • 600,000,000 but of 1,080,000,000 persons. The possibility
    • occultism. Every instructed person in the circles of the West
    • the same as those that are applied when a person acquires
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    • requirement for a social knowledge of humanity. A person may
    • fact that a person takes the right relationship toward other
    • persons only in sleep. I have indicated this in various ways
    • that a person can be thoroughly chauvinistic while awake, but
    • of those persons, is associated with those persons,
    • person. In truth we confront all human beings only through
    • confronting individual persons. You are a thinking human
    • thinking human being in the presence of another person, it is
    • person. You are actually put to sleep in your
    • subconsciousness by the other person. This is the normal
    • other. What must you do, therefore, as a thinking person? (Of
    • presence of a person, he puts you to sleep; that is, he puts
    • put to sleep. Confronting another person always means that we
    • ourselves from what this person wills to do to us.
    • to a person, or even if you are merely in the company of a
    • person, this means that you must continuously keep yourself
    • person confronts us as an enemy of conceptual life, as an
    • the other person. This requires that we are in great measure
    • practice constantly this protection against the other person,
    • men. In the waking state the other person, as he confronts
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    • It is often difficult for a person to find
    • a person to find his bearings in an unprejudiced way when he
    • fact, persons who love half-truths have often designated
    • actual life with the impulse to confront every person in such
    • picture of each other but merely define the other person with
    • stream forth in a certain way from the other person, a
    • foundation of social life, which each person should take in
    • the other person. At present we have not yet any intense
    • interest in another person. It is for this reason that we
    • another person will come to realization. It will enter as a
    • person to leap to meet us. It is in life that we must gain
    • capacities a person must manifest will have to be developed
    • a person looks back in a more unselfish way to what he has
    • gray depths of the spirit various persons who have had
    • your own respectable person and much more to those figures
    • person really has to ascribe to himself what he has become.
    • person or another came into contact with us at a certain age,
    • an unpleasant way at a certain time by one person or another
    • harm that a person does to us than from the furtherance
    • afforded us by another. It would be advantageous to a person
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    • that one person shall really know and be interested in the
    • attention upon the other person so that each individual shall
    • that in Russia persons with the most varied conceptions of
    • persons who had already at an earlier time taken part more or
    • relative and one-sided, that these persons who wish to bring
    • upon the foundation laid by those persons whom Trotsky calls
    • reality, the leading personalities of the Russian Revolution
    • was, in a certain sense. Those persons who have hitherto held
    • of proletarians. Since these persons will all belong to the
    • completely, and such a person as Trotsky is really convinced
    • raise its head again and again. If it is true that a person
    • accordance with inherent law. If a person does not live with
    • climax among these persons. He knows that the form the
    • that a person who possesses the power can make use of it. But
    • individual persons, but of the people — are endowed
    • striving of the individual person to stand upon his own feet,
    • used by the self-seeking person to fulfill thereby the
    • that the person who does not strive to free himself from his
    • Guardian of the Threshold from those of the person who
    • person; in the innermost nature of his soul he must not
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    • person sees another, but as if reflected in a mirror. There
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    • we feel it as the personification of love; the personification
    • all-power too appears personified to us, when we look on the
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    • we feel it as the personification of love; the personification
    • all-power too appears personified to us, when we look on the
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    • great personalities who provide the subject matter of our
    • Giordano Bruno, found a fresh medium in a personality so near
    • personal investigation, so, in those days, teachers of
    • Giordano Bruno's own personal attitude to the world, quite
    • concentrated in the personality of Giordano Bruno. This flood
    • of vision was incorporated in Goethe, as a personality who
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    • great personalities who provide the subject matter of our
    • Giordano Bruno, found a fresh medium in a personality so near
    • personal investigation, so, in those days, teachers of
    • Giordano Bruno's own personal attitude to the world, quite
    • concentrated in the personality of Giordano Bruno. This flood
    • of vision was incorporated in Goethe, as a personality who
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    • personality, as in the case I told you about a week ago. They
    • hold of a person's thinking, feeling and willing —
    • persons who in a wrongful way keep the secrets connected with
    • already talking of the spirit.” But a person can remain a
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    • with the plans and purposes both of certain personalities who
    • These activities, however, are pursued above all by persons who
    • anxious that this should not happen. Since the persons
    • person who tries to build up a world-picture rightly endeavours
    • the human personality can occur.
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    • outer world. Suppose that I once gave another person a box on
    • more or less from real life; such a personality existed and
    • personality who is portrayed, with certain poetic
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    • shall hear of a certain well-known historical personality whose
    • personalities of outstanding significance in the
    • relationship which may exist between one person and another and
    • personality in history had taken shape paramountly in the
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    • appeared again as a somewhat complex personality, namely,
    • and quality of the personality, that what he wants is a picture
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    • personalities whose lives are more or less common knowledge,
    • in a personality of outstanding importance in world-history,
    • we study the life of such personalities here on Earth —
    • never to me personally. I have spoken at some length on the
    • personality of the nineteenth century. What struck people
    • not drawn by personal sympathy and the like. And so I am going
    • own karma. By speaking of characteristic personalities to
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    • certain karmic connections of personalities known in history.
    • these meetings. We meet one person or another and the
    • towards him. In the case of another person we may actually feel
    • also knows the person in question and we feel we want to talk
    • about this person. Now when Spiritual Science endeavours to get
    • up in us when we meet a particular person, then we have had
    • between the person in question and our own soul-and-spirit
    • drawn to a personality with whom karma did not bring one into
    • lived at the same time as this personality, he would have acted
    • whole setting of his life. I myself had a personal weakness, as
    • remarkable and interesting personality, for he was, so to say,
    • person concerned. And so in the case of another teacher for
    • of the time he was my teacher. He was like a personality of
    • or so — I had a desire to talk to him personally, as a
    • dearly, he remained a shadow-personality in my life. When I
    • had since died. And so here I was confronted with a personality
    • of historical personalities.
    • remarkable life. As a personality, Garibaldi attracted me as
    • certainly was not. This personality, in spite of being
    • personality whose activities are really difficult to explain.
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    • vista of our personal karma, our personal destiny, flashes into
    • a more intimate, personal way than does the life of thought,
    • intimate, more personal way. And if we compare feelings with
    • to glimpse earlier earthly lives. Suppose you are a person who
    • the year 737 and died in 799. The man, personality B, is
    • personality — you yourself — lived in the eighth
    • century. The two personalities are linked by the life
    • much as an inkling can come to you of the personality who lived
    • within you, he is really a stranger, exactly as another person
    • combining studies of historical personages with indications
    • personage was living in the East, namely, Haroun al Raschid. He
    • personality, one who in those days was simply a very wise man,
    • personality of whom I am speaking possessed real genius as an
    • personified.
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    • inkling of the place of karma in their personal existence. In
    • most beautiful way for one's personality to be led to the
    • also came to know another man personally — also a
    • is a personal matter and is not characteristic. And now a most
    • be personalities about whom one has the feeling that their Ego
    • personalities upon whom life has little effect; it has touched
    • personalities such as those described through the two examples,
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    • essential importance. When a person has reached a definite age
    • the attention of the person concerned is at once turned to the
    • the person concerned does not inwardly feel it to be so, for
    • person experienced, his physical pain and also
    • person can experience something of the karma that is taking
    • personal memories when we wake, from going to sleep until
    • karma is revealed; this person stands before us as he was in
    • what is going on in the person's physical body, we say: he is
    • when it is done of set purpose a person then becomes more and
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    • discovery that the person we were then was already much nearer
    • person. As regards the outwardly perceptible form of the
    • century. He is not the same person as he was at that earlier
    • he was in that earlier epoch — a clairvoyant personality.
    • have said about the reincarnation of historical personalities,
    • of the working of karma in individual personalities result from
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    • Occult History. Personalities and Events in World-History in the light of Spiritual Science
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    • by a person who happens to stay awake and roam all night long
    • respectable person), one invariably goes back in time until a
    • world, for two or three miles through space, so a person
    • this person entered earth-life with the moment
    • of the past day. One person does it faster, another slower
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    • persons sleep in the same room, each of them has, nevertheless,
    • another, these persons will speak of things that seem to have
    • person is alone within himself. And only by inserting our
    • experiences of those persons with whom we were associated
    • persons, and not with actual, direct utterances of the dead
    • together. The other person, who is now dead, walked at my side.
    • human beings begin to be interested in definite persons living
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    • When the human personality enters the realm of sleep with his
    • person feels himself, as it were, disseminated into the whole
    • into one personality. And this avowal was uttered by the
    • beings, integrated personalities.
    • Those personalities who acquire, in the time following the
    • way can the Christ help him to maintain his personality while
    • persons lies in the left portion of the brain. The gestures of
    • flowers, just flowers in the abstract. Such a person
    • person who uses words in a merely materialistic sense. During
    • of single persons.
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    • accidental. And it really seems as if the two persons had been
    • employed by this person in order to arrive at a certain place,
    • in a certain year, and to encounter a certain person. Anyone
    • person with a merely intellectual bent often feels that he is
    • walking a miraculous image of human karma. A man's personal
    • assume that these can be understood by every person
    • so forth) he adjusts himself to his personal, individual
    • spell the single letters. Then another person comes and says:
    • person does not see is non-existent. For this principle is no
    • criterion of truth. And those persons who hold to it should
    • personality: defame it, tell lies about it. Unfortunately,
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    • youthful person's soul on puberty. This means: Just as we
    • were replaced by gods bound to the personalities of single men,
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    • only the human being has, in regard to his own person, become
    • real consequences will not appear before the person in
    • perhaps still later. Then this person may develop rheumatism or
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    • another person. In speaking of these three faculties:
    • person. What we perceive in the word itself is not
    • the thought which the other person is communicating to us.
    • perception of the Ego of another person. In this
    • meet another person; we see that he has a human form like our
    • through which we perceive the Ego of the other person. There is
    • the Ego of another person.
    • speech, the sense for another person's thoughts, the sense for
    • another person's Ego. It is primarily through these three
    • another person was saying. The forces of his soul were not
    • directed to the thoughts of another person in such a way as to
    • other person was saying, but he remained with the word as such,
    • for understanding the other person through the word. Through
    • person, but into the spiritual world. And if
    • the other person — if a man had reached
    • ordinary life a man tries to find his way to the other person
    • person, we reach the Egos of individual spiritual Beings
    • other person, and then, if he leaves his body in an abnormal
    • remarkable example of this type of person. He came from a
    • permissible to speak about a personal experience, because it
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    • understand through the word what another person wished
    • from the time of the change of teeth. By this time a person is
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    • souls; what seems to be remote from us personally is often what
    • from ourselves; when the other person speaks to us, we know
    • ascribe it at once to the other person. This is the greatest
    • feeling with our thoughts and ideas. Suppose a person
    • love for the person when he was alive and address yourself to
    • egotistical pain. An elderly person who has died does not lose
    • the gate of death. In the case of an elderly person, we must
    • with an older person it is very important to visualize him as
    • connection with an older person who has died and to have the
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    • scientist named Schleich, who was personally well known to me,
    • certain person, in order to enter into connection with the
    • person's life. It is a matter of indifference whether we call
    • illness, a person may foresee, in the form of a picture, that
    • nervousness arising from such a premonition. The person in
    • know that a person endowed with second sight can go to the
    • me as if a person were to analyse the ink used in writing a
    • instance, they observe a person who really has no cause
    • tinged by the human temperaments. A melancholic person
    • will have desires which differ from those of a sanguine person.
    • revere as much as any other person in this room, but the truth
    • person who wishes to become a spiritual investigator in the
    • person who earnestly strives to become an anthroposophical
    • person who seeks to gain insight into the normal act of falling
    • a person who attains to the imaginative thinking referred to
    • that whereas formerly we were subjectively or personally
    • images, asserting themselves within the personality as
    • transforms the personality by rendering thought objective and
    • can now recognise the attitude of a person who is not a
    • cause the soul-spiritual being of a person not yet capable of
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    • appear in connection with a person, or in his close proximity.
    • same thing can appear if the person succumbs to some kind of
    • person who is in a kind of hypnotic state, thoughts which would
    • normal consciousness, can penetrate into a person deprived of
    • for instance, the thoughts of a dead person imparted to the
    • when that person was still living on the earth.
    • being which abandons the body of a younger person during sleep,
    • the human being harbours. When a person grows older, he no
    • a person intensifies his life of thought through meditation and
    • attested that such a picture arises when a person is in mortal
    • danger, with hardly any hope of escape. A drowning person, for
    • lasting only a few days (approximately as long as a person is
    • souls harmonise. An ordinary materialistic person will say that
    • freedom. At this point allow me to insert something personal,
    • person who is accustomed to think that everything which he
    • is freely borne by its own forces. A person who asks for proofs
    • stand then? He resembles such a person if he asks for ordinary
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    • fire and enthusiasm; I should be a cold prosaic person if I
    • development. One person does it in this way, and the other in
    • remaining body, it really travels along like a person using a
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    • all efforts, to find the junction. Goethe's personality was
    • person. It is for this reason that all his creations leave
    • the particular phase of his personality prevailing at one
    • himself. Goethe's personality is a striking example of the
    • persons (certainly the very unprogressive) who relate the
    • interesting personality, a truly remarkable man, who wrote a
    • different sciences, and in the entire personality of the
    • different soul-forces of the whole personality was actually
    • living. It is for this reason that Goethe's personality is a
    • grandeur that radiates from his whole person, in the light of
    • together, and may it also bear fruit for that personal bond
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    • all efforts, to find the junction. Goethe's personality was
    • person. It is for this reason that all his creations leave
    • the particular phase of his personality prevailing at one
    • himself. Goethe's personality is a striking example of the
    • persons (certainly the very unprogressive) who relate the
    • interesting personality, a truly remarkable man, who wrote a
    • different sciences, and in the entire personality of the
    • different soul-forces of the whole personality was actually
    • living. It is for this reason that Goethe's personality is a
    • grandeur that radiates from his whole person, in the light of
    • together, and may it also bear fruit for that personal bond
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    • so to speak — the sphere of our personality. Hence,
    • that this person does not confess this wish to himself (we
    • likes this character. The person in question has a liking for
    • such a person has attained, in some way or other, a kind of
    • something which is outside his own personality, and to the
    • — for instance, when one person states that he has a
    • an imaginary person in whom all those things are centred
    • whereas it can flourish only in the sunshine. The vain person
    • in Devachan. If we meet an ugly person, or a beautiful one,
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    • so to speak — the sphere of our personality. Hence,
    • that this person does not confess this wish to himself (we
    • likes this character. The person in question has a liking for
    • such a person has attained, in some way or other, a kind of
    • something which is outside his own personality, and to the
    • — for instance, when one person states that he has a
    • an imaginary person in whom all those things are centred
    • whereas it can flourish only in the sunshine. The vain person
    • in Devachan. If we meet an ugly person, or a beautiful one,
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    • from out of those worlds which work down into such persons
    • averse to such mediumistic personalities taking into their
    • medium, and so personalities strongly endowed with phantasy
    • clear about the individualities of persons applied to
    • beings is thereby shown as it presses into the personality of
    • processes in which the mediumistic person employed cannot
    • somnambulistic-mediumistic person, and one must as it were
    • person in question. If one will attain a high grade of
    • excluded in an ignoble personality. Then one sharply draws
    • personality, and separate his former self from the
    • the stripping off of his own personality, he comes to
    • his own personal views, thus, without knowing it, falsifying
    • question of moral qualities. The immoral person will get to
    • person however, with selfless mood of soul, will find the
    • person can fully understand the pronouncements of the
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    • from out of those worlds which work down into such persons
    • averse to such mediumistic personalities taking into their
    • medium, and so personalities strongly endowed with phantasy
    • clear about the individualities of persons applied to
    • beings is thereby shown as it presses into the personality of
    • processes in which the mediumistic person employed cannot
    • somnambulistic-mediumistic person, and one must as it were
    • person in question. If one will attain a high grade of
    • excluded in an ignoble personality. Then one sharply draws
    • personality, and separate his former self from the
    • the stripping off of his own personality, he comes to
    • his own personal views, thus, without knowing it, falsifying
    • question of moral qualities. The immoral person will get to
    • person however, with selfless mood of soul, will find the
    • person can fully understand the pronouncements of the
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    • that person.’ But the ‘animal slime’ is really
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    • that person.’ But the ‘animal slime’ is really
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    • life, of great or outstanding personalities. Let me give one
    • contribute nothing to an understanding of the personality
    • personage of the Theatre — he who was even higher than
    • other jobs. But the head personage was at his wits' end. We
    • wife in person, — he has something most important
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    • life, of great or outstanding personalities. Let me give one
    • contribute nothing to an understanding of the personality
    • personage of the Theatre — he who was even higher than
    • other jobs. But the head personage was at his wits' end. We
    • wife in person, — he has something most important
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    • person who is about to enter into life. But the question of
    • — leading to a re-birth of human personality, giving it
    • reckon with a personality like Annie Besant, who herself
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    • person who is about to enter into life. But the question of
    • — leading to a re-birth of human personality, giving it
    • reckon with a personality like Annie Besant, who herself
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    • Archai (or Spirits of Personality as we have called them),
    • Personality
    • Spirits of Personality are also the Time-Spirits. We to-day are
    • the most punishable offences for an unqualified person even to
    • Some person is a member of one of those societies which call
    • of the Mysteries. Such a person comes to one (I am relating an
    • the Mystery-formulae before an unauthorised person
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    • Archai (or Spirits of Personality as we have called them),
    • Personality
    • Spirits of Personality are also the Time-Spirits. We to-day are
    • the most punishable offences for an unqualified person even to
    • Some person is a member of one of those societies which call
    • of the Mysteries. Such a person comes to one (I am relating an
    • the Mystery-formulae before an unauthorised person
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    • Opinions expressed by other persons will be disregarded; the
    • christening, the persons who were present at the christening
    • of one elderly person who was then present and whom he did not
    • personalities who had been sanctified by Jahve; they were those
    • personalities who were permitted to employ in the right way
    • in the nature of the prophet, is born, indeed, with the person,
    • such a person will sense the new impulse if only he pays heed
    • give health, and the person who hears this may at a certain
    • of a person who has applied himself to spiritual science guided
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    • Opinions expressed by other persons will be disregarded; the
    • christening, the persons who were present at the christening
    • of one elderly person who was then present and whom he did not
    • personalities who had been sanctified by Jahve; they were those
    • personalities who were permitted to employ in the right way
    • in the nature of the prophet, is born, indeed, with the person,
    • such a person will sense the new impulse if only he pays heed
    • give health, and the person who hears this may at a certain
    • of a person who has applied himself to spiritual science guided
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    • personality appeared, one who accomplished great things for mankind.
    • Do we really understand such a personality if we merely consider that
    • rather be this: There we see a personality who in his incarnation now
    • so? As long as we merely speak of some personality who was, let us
    • lives of outstanding personalities, for we shall realise then that
    • observe personalities in history who have had great influence upon
    • think of a personality like Darwin. Darwin was a good and sincere
    • taken into consideration, I should like to make a certain personal
    • been raised, I should like to make this brief personal reference.
    • now be allowed to make a personal reference, it is this: Conceptions
    • inconspicuous personalities, you may understand them with the
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    • historical personages but also in that of many a personality
    • take characteristic personalities whose names I gave as examples in
    • the last lecture. Such personalities make us alive to the fact that
    • “I think this or that out for myself, I have my own, personal
    • consider more closely one such personality. He was a very wise
    • brilliant spiritual culture was personified in Haroun al Raschid whom
    • now follow the subsequent destinies of these two personalities;
    • certain personalities on earth can only be understood by following
    • add only this. Many personalities have come together in the
    • determining reincarnation in the case of those persons whose karma
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    • came later, to unfold their own, personal intelligence; intelligence
    • own, personal
    • it must be remembered that in olden time men did not claim a personal
    • hope to win the day for their view of personal immortality in the
    • of the personal immortality of man. They still inclined to the view
    • bosom of the Divinity. They spoke far less of personal, individual
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    • explanation when we look at the personalities who play a decisive
    • historical personages as it shows itself in the course of their lives
    • personages who have done something or other that is known to us, and
    • understand how the personalities who make their appearance in life
    • speak of one or two such personalities who have lived in times not
    • let us take the case of personalities of an earlier age, who lived a
    • like here to give an example which may seem rather personal. I once
    • the secret of this personality and I tried to apply the methods of
    • after I left the school in which he taught, but his personality stood
    • a person who made upon me at any rate and upon others too, a deep and
    • club foot, that a study of his personality led one back to the very
    • to recognise that the two personalities who were not now
    • deformities. If we find that a person has some distinguishing talent
    • frequently happen that little characteristic actions of a person,
    • intimate karmic connections in the case of a certain person by giving
    • these signs that we have to find some significant trait in the person
    • take a personality like Voltaire. I am choosing a few great
    • personalities whose lives leave us with unanswered questions.
    • person. We are puzzled to know how this strange character, now
    • Augustine himself. In these schools, the personality of whom I am
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    • because those persons who feel an honest and sincere urge towards
    • study the question of karma in connection with those personalities
    • respect to the Mystery of Golgotha, worked upon these personalities
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    • humanity cannot be influenced by whatsoever a person acquires through
    • called the Spirits of Personality or Archai underwent their human
    • Beings, the Spirits of Personality (Archai). They are at a still
    • the old Indian culture is a matter of personal opinion. But he who is
    • not swayed by personal opinions will be indifferent to value
    • can observe this at the present time. How is it that so many persons
    • Spirits of Personality who work as Spirits of the Age. These Spirits
    • of Personality, these inspirers of the Spirit of the Age, are of a
    • Spirits of Personality is predominant and sets his seal upon the
    • epoch, another Spirit of Personality, another of the Archai, takes
    • die, having completed our present stage of evolution, our personality
    • Personality, to these Beings who may be characterized by the somewhat
    • Spirits of Personality is to perform cyclic revolutions and return to
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    • characteristic of the person who lives in this etheric aura of the
    • First Beginnings, Archai or Spirits of Personality
    • First Beginnings, the Archai or Spirits of Personality, who during
    • other circumstances. Personalities are the product of the specific
    • normally become Spirits of Personality during our Earth-existence,
    • as Spirits of Personality.
    • Personality. They do not possess the attributes which they should
    • Form who preserve the characteristics of the Spirits of Personality
    • guided according to the will of the intuiting Spirits of Personality
    • Personality. These are not, therefore, Spirits of Personality who
    • Age, these two types. Those persons who are stimulated by the true
    • Spirits of Personality who are, in reality, Spirits of Form. Those
    • also between those Spirits of Personality who, in reality, are
    • abnormal Spirits of Personality who from within determine the pattern
    • Personality who works in the inner being of man as Spirit of the
    • within by an abnormal Spirit of Personality, was super-added. The
    • Archangels and a third to what stems from the several personalities
    • Personality is the more active agent, that is, why their mode of life
    • is determined by the cooperation of the several personalities. We
    • determined by the abnormal Spirit of Personality. These Spirits of
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  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 3. The inner Life of the Folk Spirits. Formation of the Races.
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    • to reflect. The person who only feels and does not think may well be
    • ordinary person and it is this loss of vision that accounts for the
    • upon those personalities of the folk belonging to him and who
    • centres, these focal points, are the individual human personalities,
    • personal experiences which derive from his sense perceptions are
    • concerned with his personal destiny, which he has to fulfil in order
    • of Personality, the Archai, exercise their influence. We can now turn
    • Spirits of Personality, and in the mutual cooperation of the
    • Archangels with the abnormal Spirits of Personality — since the
    • When this occurs, when these abnormal Spirits of Personality thwart
    • activity of the Spirits of Personality is visible externally. This
    • sometimes opposing separate Spirits of Personality. The fragmentation
    • illustrates the interplay of the abnormal Spirits of Personality with
    • Personality, but the normal, Spirit of Personality expressing himself
    • temperament which is reflected in the individual personalities of
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    • of Movement, of Form, of Personality, the Archangels down to the
    • fully integrated person in his Earth-life. In the last third of his
    • evolution of mankind. In this realm neither personal sympathy nor
    • personal enthusiasm may play a part. They are of no consequence; only
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    • take personally an objective description of a particular race or
    • us suppose a person is traveling on foot over the bare, rugged
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 7. Advance of Folk Spirits to the Rank of Time Spirits.
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    • the Old Persian epoch the Archangel became the Spirit of Personality,
    • Persons. The task of the other nations was to ‘analyse’
    • of Time Spirits or Spirits of Personality and indeed some of them
    • Archai-being, a Spirit of Personality. After he had become a Time
    • Archai-being, a Spirit of Personality and elected to remain at the
    • renounced the possibility of becoming a Spirit of Personality? He
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 8. The Five Post-Atlantean Civilizations.
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    • the greatest nonsense. What happens as a rule when a person compares
    • person in question were to believe that, because the men with whom he
    • different person might be wearing that uniform at those different
    • Personality. Now the peoples of the Graeco-Latin age also had a
    • Personality, but in a different form. In their case there was an
    • more personally. Their ego had awakened at the stage of existence
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 9. Loki - Hodur and Baldur - Twilight of the Gods.
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    • ego-less, devoid of personality; he looked upon the ‘I’
    • social institutions — which is felt as a Personality in whose
    • — this Christ-Personality is portrayed in a wonderfully
    • State is envisaged as a concrete personality so that it will act as a
    • with all the idiosyncrasies of a personality. No other philosophy is
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    • personality of Sabbatai. In the seventeenth century no great harm was
    • personal predilection or temperamental predisposition.
    • this or that person; but it is truly anthroposophical to allow
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    • their own will, their own sentiment; thus one person may regard this,
    • our own personality. Ideals of this kind are really only what one or
    • form their opinions out of feelings and personal motives, but
    • personal feeling as the standard of measurement. As persons we are
    • personal feelings about the ideal, and no longer ask what we
    • occultism; we should be putting our personal preferences above the
    • necessities of existence. However great our personal inclination for
    • sympathetically just because of our own personal preferences for this
    • something which dawns in us today in a form as yet impersonal; it is
    • will not think it inappropriate or too personal if again this year I
    • It is my wish, not out of personal preference but because it cannot
    • material impersonations; that some figures must stand out in the
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    • vision at Damascus it came to one person only; in the future it will
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    • controlling centre, as superpersonal, superhuman, we have what Greek
    • the leading personalities of the period.
    • Spirits of Personality, the Principalities, the Archai, who of course
    • Spirits of Personality, then in the Persian epoch the next lower
    • Spirits of Personality, who were the inspirers of the Holy Rishis in
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    • soul-life which we find personified by Persephone was developed in
    • earth, enclosed within the narrow confines of his own personality.
    • which man does in fact tend to cut himself off as an isolated person
    • the personal intellectual ego, once lived as a man, as the younger
    • soul of Dionysos the younger. Since the death of the personality of
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    • Superficial persons could of course immediately say: ‘But you
    • Dionysos was himself a very ugly man. This person, Silenus who was
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    • Personality, during the Sun evolution the Cherubim worked with the
    • in this personality of ours; we wish to be permeated by the
    • in either case we find it all impersonal and freed from ourselves. In
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    • as possible. They assume, for instance, that a person may make an almost
    • slight gestures are made, expressing what the person thinks, expressing
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    • as possible. They assume, for instance, that a person may make an almost
    • slight gestures are made, expressing what the person thinks, expressing
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    • the question of the personality of Homer; When he describes anything
    • simply with facts, he does not even begin with any personal opinion,
    • a personality who feels himself unable to discuss his inner life with
    • work acts, absolutely from personal motives for a long time, so important
    • because Achilles fought out for himself what he personally had to fight
    • Hermann Grimm with whom I had often the pleasure of personally discussing
    • writings but often in personal conversation, and then much more exactly
    • that to my idea, such a delicate, impersonal representation of Christianity
    • Herod, who is called Rotus in Kalevala, is expressed so impersonally
    • that one is scarcely reminded of any locality or personality in Palestine.
    • condition, in a much more-impersonal condition; and also in such a condition
    • a personality of the transition period from the ancient clairvoyant
    • the Valkyrie at the moment of death. The Valkyrie is the personification
    • elementary, most intense impulses. Hence the personal element, the direct
    • we encounter impersonally something higher, something super-sensible,
    • — these are our personal forces; they are universal, human forces,
    • which are so impersonally alluded to even in the national sense, so
    • ends in the description, the wholly impersonal — pardon the paradoxical
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    • the question of the personality of Homer; When he describes anything
    • simply with facts, he does not even begin with any personal opinion,
    • a personality who feels himself unable to discuss his inner life with
    • work acts, absolutely from personal motives for a long time, so important
    • because Achilles fought out for himself what he personally had to fight
    • Hermann Grimm with whom I had often the pleasure of personally discussing
    • writings but often in personal conversation, and then much more exactly
    • that to my idea, such a delicate, impersonal representation of Christianity
    • Herod, who is called Rotus in Kalevala, is expressed so impersonally
    • that one is scarcely reminded of any locality or personality in Palestine.
    • condition, in a much more-impersonal condition; and also in such a condition
    • a personality of the transition period from the ancient clairvoyant
    • the Valkyrie at the moment of death. The Valkyrie is the personification
    • elementary, most intense impulses. Hence the personal element, the direct
    • we encounter impersonally something higher, something super-sensible,
    • — these are our personal forces; they are universal, human forces,
    • which are so impersonally alluded to even in the national sense, so
    • ends in the description, the wholly impersonal — pardon the paradoxical
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    • our Christian conception as the First Person of the Godhead, as
    • nine thousand years before Christ. At that time a person's
    • strange, that if the younger person were to address the older
    • become different persons in their thirtieth year, that they had
    • average person nowadays cannot even begin to conceive of
    • person who still knew the sun forces and was able to let
    • Mysteries. And the moment a person learned in this way to
    • ever had in common with that person. Fancy, if you will, a
    • because the second stage comprised everything a person
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    • Initiation depended principally upon a person becoming aware
    • way: When on earth a person eats vegetables or game, when he
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    • aggressive personality characteristic of Roman civilisation.
    • their own inwardness, their personal connection with the Christ
    • personality of real significance. But if we ask about his
    • very considerable. And yet as personalities they are potent
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    • goes about just like a normal person, so that those with whom
    • way. Forgive me if I here interpose a personal remark. I must
    • night you were with this or that person! ... But what is so
    • personal remark. I know full well that in the spiritual
    • these things of which it is my duty to speak. This personal
    • must confront them with the truth, this personal reference is
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    • personality initiated in the Mysteries, had lived through
    • minds and hearts to this personality. Such things are only
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    • person of no importance whatever. Because the Christ
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    • or a panacea for its personal and social ills. But it may be
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    • the physical state of the person, and how from this physical
    • human self, the human I. The awareness of personal
    • easy is difficult. One person takes weeks, another months, to
    • person, then the vital thoughts into which you have found your
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    • attained as an adult is that of the normal person; any
    • one person years, another not so long; but each can note, as he
    • the other person. Only a few individuals, like Goethe's
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    • in conclusion I introduce a personal note, I do so only to show
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    • the eternal springs of existence and links his personal
    • sum of personal experience reveals itself.
    • experience of personal existence — to survey the cosmos
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    • to puberty, the young person evolves from within his being the
    • need to listen to some person of natural authority and to what
    • or that person of authority with a proper respect. He did not
    • now imitate this person; the relation was such
    • outstanding personalities today, who take up a position in life
    • against the person concerned, but simply to characterize the
    • phenomenon. A particularly striking personality among those
    • socially active in recent times was Rosa Luxemburg. In personal
    • was in her personality. Yet when you heard her speak from
    • the fire of immediate personal impact, but in a manner that
    • individual human personalities. This was achieved in
    • sympathy with the other person is always an unconscious or
    • we have a self, assume unconsciously that the other person also
    • the life of the other person. This immediate perception, we
    • for violent interference. Any alien shaping of the personality
    • personality, finding them only among his soul's innermost
    • out of the human personality, to arrive in the full experience
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    • practical detail. He has an immediate personal relationship
    • belongs to one of these systems. And he regards his personal
    • their personal relationship to anything chiefly from industry
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    • personality.
    • sense of self, a sense of personality that is still quiescent
    • personality is not as yet found in Asia. If on the other hand
    • personality — and it is a civilization suited for
    • experiences it as in a dream, without sense of personality.
    • personality what they absorbed in the cognitive and social
    • experience to the full his personality. In this way, however,
    • this “I” to a human personality that is fully
    • Waldorf School. I showed our visitor round personally, and
    • from the personality of man.
    • rôle in the social organism, but with our own personal
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    • personality to bear, either directly or through assistants, on
    • true, leading personalities today still have rather odd
    • university education — has no genuine personal interest
    • property and does not belong to our human personality, but
    • grips their whole personality, their heart and soul —
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    • individual personalities are active in it. What is correct for
    • which are connected with human personalities. The
    • Among leading personalities there developed in the nineteenth
    • human personality (only the creativity of the individual can
    • instance, that some very important person or other
    • more the sense of human personality, which experiences them as
    • individual personalities of the teachers can be realized.
    • You must have a feeling for these personalities. You will need
    • Only then will it be possible for the free human personality to
    • exercised by the human personality, the individuals concerned
    • Waldorf School. Everyone there is pleased when one person or
    • individual talents of that person have to offer.
    • regions. The human personality — and that is what is
    • development of the personality; how equality should function in
    • the human personality when its creative spirit is
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    • place to another. While in the case of a person who is not
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    • consideration become matters of personal experience. Above all,
    • according to the personal conditions of the individual.
    • consequences might ensue if a person were to become such a
    • avoiding milk and all milk-products, a person may very easily
    • for a person who is not in the position to be always living
    • What we call fatty substance, whether a person eats it or
    • person may even often notice that he needs to take sugar,
    • namely, a loss of his personality — it is necessary at
    • character of the human personality. We may be so certain of
    • sugar to imprint the character of their personality upon their
    • character as personalities than where more sugar is eaten. If
    • you go to countries where the people have more personality,
    • common race-type and have less personality as external physical
    • experience of a normal person is greatly heightened in a
    • upon a physical basis; a person relying too much on the use of
    • according to personal and individual conditions, it must also
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    • particularly observed, namely, in a person of a melancholic
    • temperament, inclined to melancholy, a person of such a
    • of a phlegmatic person. When a melancholy person of such a
    • between these two — when such a person enters upon an
    • temperament in the right way. A melancholy person is such
    • temperaments in his soul. In certain things a melancholy person
    • And a phlegmatic person is not one possessing no other
    • melancholy person takes the form of turning his melancholy
    • us suppose that a phlegmatic person becomes an esotericist
    • phlegmatic person who receives strong impressions is sometimes
    • usual distorted manifestation. When such a phlegmatic person
    • in a peculiar manner. The phlegmatic person then has a very
    • the phlegmatic person perceives within him does not disturb him
    • as it does the melancholic person, and, therefore, when he
    • those of the melancholic person, who is positively kept back by
    • his wrath against himself. Therefore, a phlegmatic person is,
    • temperaments, and in the case of a melancholy person the
    • person we can always find aspects which prove him to be a
    • melancholy person becomes an esotericist, while, on the one
    • characteristic of the sanguine person in external life is that
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    • bluish, or violet-blue according to the nature of the person,
    • moment study a choleric person — it is highly interesting
    • choleric person the lower part of the etheric body would be
    • the person is shown to be choleric. The other parts are also
    • person is that he always carries within him something he has
    • sanguine person, there is a sort of floating with time; but in
    • the phlegmatic person there is, as it were, a perfectly uniform
    • floating with the stream of time, while the sanguine person
    • hand, the choleric person resists — and that is the
    • it were, from the future. The choleric person in a sense
    • person carries within him the greatest number of
    • after-vibrations of past experiences, the choleric person the
    • The melancholic person who allows the events to work very
    • individual form in certain people, so that if a person is more
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    • consider one thing to be right, another wrong. A person's
    • for instance, when something in a person is unsympathetic to
    • A philosopher may dispute with a person who has reached a
    • have this belief; but the other person will know quite well
    • understanding between these two persons is really out of the
    • personal-thinking, and there only remains personal-feeling and
    • personal-willing. But these too undergo a change at the same
    • personal pleasure, he is aware that through his feeling the
    • As long as a person only lives with his soul on the physical
    • When a person acquainted with the secrets of esotericism
    • be refined in this respect. While in the case of a person in
    • case of a person who has undergone a theosophical development
    • a person may gain the power of observing certain etheric
    • peculiarity is this: that if a person becomes acquainted with
    • need not here speak of other processes which a person may
    • feeling of thankfulness or shame, which feeling has a personal
    • personality. When he learns to feel in this way, he gradually
    • the Primal Forces or the Spirits of Personality at their human
    • of Personality were human. They have now developed further, and
    • Personality; or this flowing heat which moved in a different
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    • person's suddenly becoming clairvoyant during sleep, or
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    • impulse alone, when a person belonging to a Mystery school has
    • the human astral body, when a person undergoes an esoteric
    • persons who take up a kind of Theosophy that is not very
    • under certain conditions of the soul-life a person prefers most
    • the person may also be very selfless, that is, it may protect,
    • cease to be connected in any way with what is merely personal;
    • it brings personal interests into this egotism it becomes
    • will shrivel up into the individual personality. This may not
    • personality, which expresses its ego in the blood, the whole
    • human personality is wounded — one errs on the Amfortas
    • him as personal desires and wishes. The moment we take personal
    • separate itself from personal interest it is harmful, we become
    • kill out his personal interest and cause it to expand to the
    • the Fisher King has taken too much personality into the sphere
    • therefore, a person has emancipated his astral body from the
    • In this respect it is also possible that a person who has
    • of the stronger personality to that of the weaker. And if we
    • then clairvoyantly observe the weaker personality, he is really
    • imaginations of the stronger astral personality. You see how
    • personalities to strive in any way for power to further their
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    • and emotions which continue to work from the personal life he
    • had previously led on the physical plane; for the personal
    • which draw him down to personal interests. What they bring
    • the personal interests, emotions, feelings, sensations, etc.,
    • to become personal to his nature and to draw him with
    • what is personal now exercise their strongest influence; and
    • universal interests, his personal interests then draw him back
    • passing the Guardian of the Threshold. These personal interests
    • ones, and one is dragged back, as it were, into the personal
    • for they are entirely permeated and clouded by personal
    • as it were — that personal interests must pass into
    • this stage he cannot thoroughly believe this, for the personal
    • in such a way that this desire is benumbed. A person cannot see
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    • his own personal interests into those common to humanity and
    • personal interests alone, that which inoculates my soul with
    • merely personal interests, is the outcome of what I observe at
    • personal interests.
    • on the ancient Moon. We have described it as personal selfhood,
    • superficially — that it must be disagreeable to a person,
    • personal interests; in short, all that entices him to enjoyment
    • carries his personal aspirations into those regions of his
    • personal interests and aspirations. It may sometimes happen
    • that a clairvoyant who is still filled with personal
    • — which shows the effect of carrying personal interests
    • observation a person arrives at incorrect imaginations in the
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    • the physical body of a person undergoing occult development is
    • separating. To clairvoyant vision the physical body of a person
    • person who is undergoing a true occult development, that which
    • that as the person develops, his physical body is seen to
    • body of a person undergoing occult development manifests more
    • please. When the person is beginning his development the
    • when the clairvoyant vision observes the body of a person who
    • of a person engaged in occult development, they manifest as in
    • an opaque substance. Even, however, in the case of a person who
    • that a person engaged in an occult development, from being
    • between persons engaged and others not engaged in occult
    • development. The more a person presses forward in occult
    • the more deeply a person is engaged in occult development, the
    • wider the range of the stories. The etheric body of a person
    • body of man. But the further a person carries his occult
    • development, raising the personal interests to those of the
    • world. Observing the astral body of a person engaged in higher
    • harmonious melodious tones, whether the person in question has
    • personal interests, of which we have spoken, or whether he has
    • can be seen from the astral body of a human personality engaged
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    • revelation of certain historical personalities, we shall
    • — “Unless a person knows how to value aright those
    • Now, I should like to-day, to take a personality out of the
    • personalities more characteristic of the World-Conceptions of
    • personality in the Western life of thought, St. Augustine, who
    • a person can gain from this Sense-world and his experiences
    • way in which persons think of the external perceptible
    • the person who has to utter them at a certain period of time in
    • person boldly admits, as did St. Augustine, that you can only
    • time a person to-day passes into the unconsciousness of
    • them; but numerous were those persons throughout the whole 4th
    • Post Atlantean age who, from their personal experiences knew
    • personalities, we should simply be woven into an ordering of
    • We are only personalities, and especially free personalities,
    • so we will take certain personalities characteristic of our 5th
    • of these persons in whom a certain tendency was developed which
    • in St. Augustine a personality who, with all the means which
    • as also in Augusts Comte, we see personalities who are led
    • life. These persons do not know how, perhaps not quite
    • point in Realism, and then a personality such as Schelling who
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    • revelation of certain historical personalities, we shall
    • — “Unless a person knows how to value aright those
    • Now, I should like to-day, to take a personality out of the
    • personalities more characteristic of the World-Conceptions of
    • personality in the Western life of thought, St. Augustine, who
    • a person can gain from this Sense-world and his experiences
    • way in which persons think of the external perceptible
    • the person who has to utter them at a certain period of time in
    • person boldly admits, as did St. Augustine, that you can only
    • time a person to-day passes into the unconsciousness of
    • them; but numerous were those persons throughout the whole 4th
    • Post Atlantean age who, from their personal experiences knew
    • personalities, we should simply be woven into an ordering of
    • We are only personalities, and especially free personalities,
    • so we will take certain personalities characteristic of our 5th
    • of these persons in whom a certain tendency was developed which
    • in St. Augustine a personality who, with all the means which
    • as also in Augusts Comte, we see personalities who are led
    • life. These persons do not know how, perhaps not quite
    • point in Realism, and then a personality such as Schelling who
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    • is like the person I will be sometime. This life must be
    • they look at the person and see that he needs work done for
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    • is like the person I will be sometime. This life must be
    • they look at the person and see that he needs work done for
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    • according to inclination and his destiny, a pure, ideal person, to
    • Reason. And Schiller explains these things thus: Take a person who
    • necessity of reason. Such a person becomes the slave either of the
    • and in logic. Hence the need grew up in him to personify the
    • in and giving out, how certain powers are personified in the Snake,
    • scenes and persons, is one and the same thing. The Fairy Tale is
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    • which the power of thought might achieve by being kept impersonal,
    • subjected to the personal characteristics of a man, and when it
    • adapted to exclude the personal element and to attain objectivity.
    • aversion, their sympathy and their antipathy, in short, the personal
    • the personal in the case of thought and the capacity to formulate
    • not yet so far that nothing personal enters into it, and that they
    • thought to such a point that we no longer think personally, but let
    • when we have cleansed thought from the influences of personality, we
    • eliminate all the personal factor from feeling, so that the appeal of
    • things to the feelings has no longer any say, to the Personal, or to
    • personal element as well as thought, so that feeling can transmit the
    • the personality) must take pains to be stirred only by what lies in
    • therefore the various figures stand in the same personal relationship
    • single personality can achieve nothing; but when all work
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    • Weimar is a literary work of a quite personal character into
    • Italian works of Art. Out of this personal work of