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  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • waking, something quite different concerning the universe flows into
    • fill it in from quite another side with actual reality gained through
    • can be quite neatly proved. Middle-class circles have unfortunately
    • quite strictly, and also prove its opposite. It is possible today to
    • heredity, circumstances of life and State — quite honestly believes
    • would commit only follies. Quite enough folly is perpetuated today
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    • waking, something quite different concerning the universe flows into
    • fill it in from quite another side with actual reality gained through
    • can be quite neatly proved. Middle-class circles have unfortunately
    • quite strictly, and also prove its opposite. It is possible today to
    • heredity, circumstances of life and State — quite honestly believes
    • would commit only follies. Quite enough folly is perpetuated today
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • is something quite different. We can get an idea of this by means of a
    • wisdom. And there was something of quite a dim consciousness connected
    • smaller and are all contained in the unit. Here we come to quite
    • develop his freedom only by pressing together quite indistinguishably
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    • is something quite different. We can get an idea of this by means of a
    • wisdom. And there was something of quite a dim consciousness connected
    • smaller and are all contained in the unit. Here we come to quite
    • develop his freedom only by pressing together quite indistinguishably
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • quite other purposes as well. Methods of spiritual research are not
    • becoming something quite different. The same thing must happen to our
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    • quite other purposes as well. Methods of spiritual research are not
    • becoming something quite different. The same thing must happen to our
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy as a Substance of Life and Feeling
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    • another dimly; they are quite unable to establish a reciprocal
    • roof. Try to imagine this quite vividly You may also take the case of
    • gradually develop this feeling they will discover quite independently
    • future, men will experience as something quite normal that a dead
    • there are already quite a number of books dealing with Goethe's
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    • another dimly; they are quite unable to establish a reciprocal
    • roof. Try to imagine this quite vividly You may also take the case of
    • gradually develop this feeling they will discover quite independently
    • future, men will experience as something quite normal that a dead
    • there are already quite a number of books dealing with Goethe's
  • 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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    • and two other millennia, the sum of which is not yet quite completed;
    • poems, is one quite definite one — we will describe it presently
    • — it is, if we may say so, a one-sided yet quite distinct
    • the soul impresses itself. Nevertheless, it is quite possible for the
    • Quite different, again, is that spiritual stream which comes down to
    • racial attachment and kinship, were of quite special significance in
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture II: The basis of knowledge of the Gita, the Veda, Sankhya, Yoga.
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    • that today we recognise, for quite other reasons, the correctness of
    • both together Spirit-Self. In those old days it was quite justifiable
    • trace of their force, it was quite justifiable to slip in this
    • of quite the same thing as when we speak of it in the sense of
    • philosophy; though we can characterise quite fully what Manas is.
    • Sankhya philosophy is quite in accordance with this. But how does a
    • this inner sense as Manas would be quite in harmony with Sankhya
    • underlie these as formative forces and which are quite super-sensible.)
    • man whose coarse physical body quite dominates him — we are not
    • These are the three Gunas, which are quite specially important. We
    • however, upon occult principles; for one may quite relevantly say that
    • methods, that which mankind attained to once upon a time by quite
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture III: The union of the three streams in the Christ Impulse, the Teaching of Krishna.
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    • quite impersonal, calm and passionless, was given to the Hindus; while
    • system of giving names and descriptions was quite different from what
    • to the laws of the older, smaller, human cycles — and only quite
    • of the world, I myself am quite distinct from these concepts, and I
    • philosophy, it will be quite clear to us that it must be so. In many
    • possible to the highest clairvoyant power — appears quite
    • expresses, if this were not something quite unique, if he did not
  • 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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    • fully-developed plant and a quite undeveloped seed; and thus it is if
    • Golgotha. Then quite definitely begins the Tamas age, but it is a
    • If we want to make quite clear to ourselves the difference between the
    • concerns itself. The external changes of form are quite sufficient to
    • and enters the spiritual sphere, when it is quite free from its
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture V: The spiritual nature of Maya. Krishna - the Light-Halo of Christ. The Risen One.
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    • all that has already been characterised, must be quite different from
    • find quite a different tone, we find everything spoken from quite a
    • gives us quite definite and profound conclusions. There is a
    • yet quite different from an ordinary ego. I have already mentioned the
    • manifestation of a quite peculiar kind. Only those people who never
  • Title: Lecture: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • all that our souls need and we are quite satisfied.’ Such a point of
    • account with a different beginning, which ascribes quite a different origin
    • statement has its origin in quite a different legendary tradition —
    • the ground of the facts of Natural Science, — who said, quite sincerely
    • spiritual environment. And then the soul is able quite clearly to
    • spiritual world is quite different from that of the sense world. The
    • I tried to prove something quite externally. You all know Goethe's beautiful
    • Paul at all, but that he speaks of something quite different. What gave the
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    • all that our souls need and we are quite satisfied.’ Such a point of
    • account with a different beginning, which ascribes quite a different origin
    • statement has its origin in quite a different legendary tradition —
    • the ground of the facts of Natural Science, — who said, quite sincerely
    • spiritual environment. And then the soul is able quite clearly to
    • spiritual world is quite different from that of the sense world. The
    • I tried to prove something quite externally. You all know Goethe's beautiful
    • Paul at all, but that he speaks of something quite different. What gave the
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • And now we come to the warmth-organism. It is of course quite in
    • nothing at all in the way of knowledge, that dreamless sleep is quite
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • counsel with yourself, however, you will find it quite possible to
    • ancient astronomy. This ancient astronomy was quite different from
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • nature of thought, will is present. It is essential to be quite clear
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • time for this process was summer. Thus, it is quite natural that
    • How would the American proceed? He would do something quite peculiar.
    • controversy. That is the spiritual truth and quite different from what
    • relationships behind ordinary life are often quite different from what
    • suffering, past and future, will bear fruit. I do hope that quite a
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    • time for this process was summer. Thus, it is quite natural that
    • How would the American proceed? He would do something quite peculiar.
    • controversy. That is the spiritual truth and quite different from what
    • relationships behind ordinary life are often quite different from what
    • suffering, past and future, will bear fruit. I do hope that quite a
  • Title: Lecture: The Concepts of Original Sin and Grace
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    • on the earth were quite different.
  • Title: Lecture: The Concepts of Original Sin and Grace
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    • on the earth were quite different.
  • Title: Lecture: Esoteric Studies: Cosmic Ego and Human Ego
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    • you quite especially important; for what we call the Rational or
    • the consciousness soul the pure ego can come to expression quite
    • body; and on the earth, quite properly, they should develop the ego,
    • The Christ is quite radically different from other beings who share in
    • the Earth evolution. He is a Being of quite another order; He is a
    • quite simple comparison: Just as a balance must be supported at only
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    • you quite especially important; for what we call the Rational or
    • the consciousness soul the pure ego can come to expression quite
    • body; and on the earth, quite properly, they should develop the ego,
    • The Christ is quite radically different from other beings who share in
    • the Earth evolution. He is a Being of quite another order; He is a
    • quite simple comparison: Just as a balance must be supported at only
  • Title: Lecture: Conscience and Wonder as Indications of Spiritual Vision in the Past and in the Future
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    • wonder. To give a quite concrete example of this — someone who sees
    • quite certainly be greatly astonished, because within his soul the
    • "Judging by all that I have experienced heretofore, it appears quite
    • call conscience. And this conscience is quite independent of what
    • over everyday things which we are quite used to see, philosophy and
    • word "conscience" — in other words the concept, for quite clearly
    • as the stirring of conscience, was something quite different among the
    • which he has seen before in quite another form.
    • some earlier time he has seen them quite differently. No one would
    • must have experienced it before under entirely other conditions, quite
    • quite simple logical consideration can show us that our surroundings
    • should find it self-understood. For it is quite clear that we must
    • something quite different from the material wolf, that what is
    • It is quite different, however, when we observe the actions of a human
    • course of the twentieth century it will quite definitely become a
    • We may picture this to ourselves quite concretely. Let us imagine, for
  • Title: Lecture: Conscience and Wonder as Indications of Spiritual Vision in the Past and in the Future
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    • wonder. To give a quite concrete example of this — someone who sees
    • quite certainly be greatly astonished, because within his soul the
    • "Judging by all that I have experienced heretofore, it appears quite
    • call conscience. And this conscience is quite independent of what
    • over everyday things which we are quite used to see, philosophy and
    • word "conscience" — in other words the concept, for quite clearly
    • as the stirring of conscience, was something quite different among the
    • which he has seen before in quite another form.
    • some earlier time he has seen them quite differently. No one would
    • must have experienced it before under entirely other conditions, quite
    • quite simple logical consideration can show us that our surroundings
    • should find it self-understood. For it is quite clear that we must
    • something quite different from the material wolf, that what is
    • It is quite different, however, when we observe the actions of a human
    • course of the twentieth century it will quite definitely become a
    • We may picture this to ourselves quite concretely. Let us imagine, for
  • Title: Lecture: Introductory Lecture. Winter Session, 1911-1912
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    • rooms — quite apart from the details of which I spoke at the
  • Title: Lecture: Evidences of Bygone Ages In Modern Civilisation
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    • was now quite a pastime to the young man and the spirits who lived in
    • are quite unique. A curious feature strikes us when we study their
    • Atlantean period, the after-effects of this communion will be quite
  • Title: Lecture: 'Chance' and Present-day Consciousness. An Easter Meditation
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    • such, are apparently quite inexplicable. Where feeling is concerned,
    • But he says to himself: “To be quite certain that I have got it
    • he will work it all out again. Then, quite by chance, and owing to
    • him; the reaction of his feelings, at any rate will be quite different
    • we are in our life of intellect and reason. This indicates quite
    • will be difficult to realise that even in what is, apparently, quite
    • to group themselves together quite haphazardly, I shall try to find a
    • quite fortuitous happenings. The modern weavings of phantasy in regard
    • who resist it. They themselves realise the need quite clearly but they
    • but you may be quite sure that somewhere or other there will be
    • unyielding and then they are not quite so tolerant; they abuse
    • language. He gave his verdict quite objectively and it was an
  • Title: Lecture: The Forces of the Human Soul and Their Inspirers. Kalewala: The Epic
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    • directed to the spiritual world quite independently of any tradition.
    • Finland quite obviously derives from the memory of the Finnish people
    • origin and life among the people, the Kalewala quite naturally
    • brought into play by Christian culture. This is something quite
    • period of childhood, quite independently of the external organisation
  • Title: Lecture: The Idea of Reincarnation and Its Introduction Into Western Culture
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    • connection with the Mystery of Golgotha. It is quite obvious that from
  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of the Earth
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    • had seen had always been provided with quite a different means of
  • Title: Lecture: The Signature of Human Evolution The Advancing Individuality
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    • quite erroneous. The man of ancient India saw pictures — but in
    • work here, something we cannot, at first, quite get hold of. Moreover
    • beings at a later age of life. To begin with, a man may be quite
    • urging me to think quite differently now, about certain things.”
  • Title: Lecture: Consciousness, Memory, Karma
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    • time; after seven or eight years we have within us quite other
    • stretching between death and a new birth if something quite definite
    • is quite obvious, and possible allegations to the effect that
  • Title: Lecture: Form-creating Forces
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    • significance only for him, for other beings have quite different forms
    • operate quite differently. The forces of selfish thoughts become
    • quite perceptible. The more the “ I ” sends out forces born
    • understand that something quite definite will come about during the
    • quite a different character, an epoch when, all over the Earth, the
    • no different from a teacher of mathematics, who quite obviously has
    • quite differently constituted from human beings on Earth. These
    • were content with cheap persuasion it would be quite easy to tell
    • of World-Teachers — and this quite apart from the fact that no
    • it. The present age feels quite distinctly that the principle
    • mode of procedure that is, furthermore, quite impermissible so far as
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 1
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    • appeared quite other than it is today. Things were entirely different
    • This is quite correct; our souls were incorporated in these bodies
    • epoch the soul experienced something quite different than in the Greek
    • quite different from what the ancient Egyptian experienced when he
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 3
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    • it he experienced something quite different. In approaching the pond a
    • have his present shape. He had quite a
    • plus the ego, but the physical body still looked quite different. We
    • present-day physical body; it was not quite identical, but it was like
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    • us to look again into the universe. We must be quite clear that what
    • and cannot progress with the others. Let us be quite clear about this.
    • person, it was quite different from a teacher confronting a pupil
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    • Now, in order to look quite clearly into the soul of the ancient
    • quite clear that this mist was nothing like a fog or cloud-formation
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 8
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    • We shall best understand evolution if we make it quite clear that,
    • must be quite clear that the higher organs, such as heart, lungs,
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    • solitude with no people anywhere near, even if it were quite alone, it
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 10
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    • quite different. The face of the earth is constantly changing, whence
    • sojourn there was something quite different from what it is today.
    • must be quite clear as to what he was. What was Buddha, in reality?
    • transformed them. We must be quite clear that all man's higher members
    • was quite pure. But egoism entered with the advent of the ego, and the
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 11
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    • gods with animal heads. Therefore from an occult view it was quite
    • well. Just as the lion, at the time when it split off, looked quite
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • individual of lower moral principles, the streams are quite different
    • morality has yet been spread by preaching. It is quite possible to
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • individual of lower moral principles, the streams are quite different
    • morality has yet been spread by preaching. It is quite possible to
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • fifth Post-Atlantean age the mystery of death should be quite
    • action depends on quite other circumstances than on the inclination
    • approaching storm. They are merely the signs of quite other things
    • things). The second is this: men will understand one another quite
    • quite different way in which men are now related to speech and
    • this or that professor, saying, “Look, this is quite anthroposophical
    • one another internationally. Quite as a matter of course one sound
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    • fifth Post-Atlantean age the mystery of death should be quite
    • action depends on quite other circumstances than on the inclination
    • approaching storm. They are merely the signs of quite other things
    • things). The second is this: men will understand one another quite
    • quite different way in which men are now related to speech and
    • this or that professor, saying, “Look, this is quite anthroposophical
    • one another internationally. Quite as a matter of course one sound
  • Title: Lecture: Facing Karma
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    • quite understandable that he does not react sympathetically to the pain that
    • is something quite personal. We never can transcend the personal level
    • with regard to everything we may acquire in life. We never come quite as
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    • quite understandable that he does not react sympathetically to the pain that
    • is something quite personal. We never can transcend the personal level
    • with regard to everything we may acquire in life. We never come quite as
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • Lucifer and Ahriman, quite a different state would have existed as early
    • that impulse of will, while his thinking would have impelled him in quite
    • reiterated, I should say, expressing symbolically, of course, what is quite
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    • Lucifer and Ahriman, quite a different state would have existed as early
    • that impulse of will, while his thinking would have impelled him in quite
    • reiterated, I should say, expressing symbolically, of course, what is quite
  • Title: Good Fortune Its Reality and Its Semblance
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    • To the phenomena we may include in this field quite certainly belong those
    • that it might be quite impossible to speak of fortune or misfortune if a
    • we might say in a certain sense: We see quite clearly that the beings we
    • common. However paradoxical it may seem, we can quite well connect a
    • satisfied; with the powers I set in motion I expected something quite
    • would have been quite a different matter, the misfortune would not have
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    • To the phenomena we may include in this field quite certainly belong those
    • that it might be quite impossible to speak of fortune or misfortune if a
    • we might say in a certain sense: We see quite clearly that the beings we
    • common. However paradoxical it may seem, we can quite well connect a
    • satisfied; with the powers I set in motion I expected something quite
    • would have been quite a different matter, the misfortune would not have
  • Title: The Human Heart
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    • The child will quite naturally follow and be guided by what is said to
    • So far I have been describing quite simply, from an external
    • still quite recognizable. But with the seventh year — with the change
    • putting it is quite true to reality, though naturally it sounds
    • Thus we have now described in a quite concrete form how the human
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    • The child will quite naturally follow and be guided by what is said to
    • So far I have been describing quite simply, from an external
    • still quite recognizable. But with the seventh year — with the change
    • putting it is quite true to reality, though naturally it sounds
    • Thus we have now described in a quite concrete form how the human
  • Title: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • might quite properly inquire whether there is any reason, in the spiritual
    • seems quite reasonable to ask why something further should be required which
    • Yet anyone who is satisfied with the general terms of this quite correct
    • quite different from those of earlier times, inasmuch as they are based upon
    • I am quite aware that these ideas have undergone considerable change up to
    • one quite intelligible to the public, since it demands no further external
    • the universe quite different from the one offered in good faith by natural
    • Yet of course it must appeal to faculties of cognition which are quite
    • quite definite life of their own, distinguishable from all other ordinary
    • the earth, as earth, is quite different during the winter from what it is in
    • means of quite illogical hypotheses — to a fact which Spiritual Science
    • who denounce him as a visionary and quite unfamiliar with scientific thought.
    • representatives today announce quite distinctly how totally erroneous the
    • quite possible to be a distinguished individual and still make such a mistake.
    • It is quite true that those who observe no decrease in the amount of human
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    • might quite properly inquire whether there is any reason, in the spiritual
    • seems quite reasonable to ask why something further should be required which
    • Yet anyone who is satisfied with the general terms of this quite correct
    • quite different from those of earlier times, inasmuch as they are based upon
    • I am quite aware that these ideas have undergone considerable change up to
    • one quite intelligible to the public, since it demands no further external
    • the universe quite different from the one offered in good faith by natural
    • Yet of course it must appeal to faculties of cognition which are quite
    • quite definite life of their own, distinguishable from all other ordinary
    • the earth, as earth, is quite different during the winter from what it is in
    • means of quite illogical hypotheses — to a fact which Spiritual Science
    • who denounce him as a visionary and quite unfamiliar with scientific thought.
    • representatives today announce quite distinctly how totally erroneous the
    • quite possible to be a distinguished individual and still make such a mistake.
    • It is quite true that those who observe no decrease in the amount of human
  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • as a human being. The course that the inner training takes is quite
    • everyone to a quite different extent from what was the case in
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    • as a human being. The course that the inner training takes is quite
    • everyone to a quite different extent from what was the case in
  • Title: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • my drawing is quite correct.
    • possible to provide quite a bit of strength to a second person, if
  • Title: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • my drawing is quite correct.
    • possible to provide quite a bit of strength to a second person, if
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • It is one thing to say this; it is quite another to experience it. The
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    • It is one thing to say this; it is quite another to experience it. The
  • Title: Lecture: Love and Its Meaning in the World
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    • quite different from that of wisdom and might. Love wakens no
  • Title: Lecture: Love and Its Meaning in the World
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    • quite different from that of wisdom and might. Love wakens no
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • sleep, but even that is not quite true. When we look back in memory,
    • even move a single atom of it. Powers of quite another order are
    • earthly life in quite another way. They reflect nothing from cosmic
    • most part quite unconscious — which none the less play the greatest
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    • sleep, but even that is not quite true. When we look back in memory,
    • even move a single atom of it. Powers of quite another order are
    • earthly life in quite another way. They reflect nothing from cosmic
    • most part quite unconscious — which none the less play the greatest
  • Title: Occult Significance of Blood
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    • and quite rightly — draws attention to the fact that even in the
    • the soul of a people is quite well aware that he is not dealing with
    • has of late arrived at exactly the same conclusion. Quite recently a
    • something quite distinct, and thoughtful people have at all times been
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    • and quite rightly — draws attention to the fact that even in the
    • the soul of a people is quite well aware that he is not dealing with
    • has of late arrived at exactly the same conclusion. Quite recently a
    • something quite distinct, and thoughtful people have at all times been
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • the Atlantean epoch, everything was quite different. Let us therefore call
    • was quite different. If someone harboured evil thoughts, his face completely
    • and hard. The animal forms are however quite hardened, so that their
    • transformable. Strong measures, quite different and far stronger
    • thou, O Muse ...”. These things should be taken quite seriously.
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    • the Atlantean epoch, everything was quite different. Let us therefore call
    • was quite different. If someone harboured evil thoughts, his face completely
    • and hard. The animal forms are however quite hardened, so that their
    • transformable. Strong measures, quite different and far stronger
    • thou, O Muse ...”. These things should be taken quite seriously.
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • exercise can be quite useful in helping us to become less forgetful.
    • cultivated from early youth, it is, perhaps, not quite so useful in later
    • This is comparatively easy in writing and I am quite sure many people
    • quickly lead to vanity. Quite apart from the fact that it can be corrective
    • It is an excellent accomplishment to be able to do quite differently the
    • quite differently on occasion the things we do habitually. This does not
    • quite well do without. If you set out to examine yourself systematically in
    • In contrast, however, suppose that I stand alone and quite independently
    • disregarded in order that you may view him quite objectively.
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    • exercise can be quite useful in helping us to become less forgetful.
    • cultivated from early youth, it is, perhaps, not quite so useful in later
    • This is comparatively easy in writing and I am quite sure many people
    • quickly lead to vanity. Quite apart from the fact that it can be corrective
    • It is an excellent accomplishment to be able to do quite differently the
    • quite differently on occasion the things we do habitually. This does not
    • quite well do without. If you set out to examine yourself systematically in
    • In contrast, however, suppose that I stand alone and quite independently
    • disregarded in order that you may view him quite objectively.
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • undertaken in such an attempt which are quite removed from what people
    • silica, or quartz. It makes quite a difference whether we prepare this
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    • undertaken in such an attempt which are quite removed from what people
    • silica, or quartz. It makes quite a difference whether we prepare this
  • Title: Lecture: Practical Training In Thought
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    • It is thus quite possible to shut ourselves up within a shell fashioned by
    • not seem so. Other additional mental experiences of quite a different kind
    • world in quite a different way. Gradually his attitude towards things and
    • think of something quite apart from what enmeshes him during the
    • the world in a quite different manner from previously. Although at first
    • to be quite impossible. His concept “ape” will never transform
  • Title: Lecture: Practical Training In Thought
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    • It is thus quite possible to shut ourselves up within a shell fashioned by
    • not seem so. Other additional mental experiences of quite a different kind
    • world in quite a different way. Gradually his attitude towards things and
    • think of something quite apart from what enmeshes him during the
    • the world in a quite different manner from previously. Although at first
    • to be quite impossible. His concept “ape” will never transform
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    • Christ in quite a different way from before. For just as the Mystery
    • time to permeate it with consciousness. Quite unconsciously man learnt
    • in the Atlantean epoch. Quite unconsciously he took in the
    • It was not expressed quite clearly, but human evolution strove forward
    • Hegel says, in a form so apparently quite incomprehensible, can really
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    • Christ in quite a different way from before. For just as the Mystery
    • time to permeate it with consciousness. Quite unconsciously man learnt
    • in the Atlantean epoch. Quite unconsciously he took in the
    • It was not expressed quite clearly, but human evolution strove forward
    • Hegel says, in a form so apparently quite incomprehensible, can really
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    • the fact that we can speak quite differently among ourselves, knowing
    • those who know one another within such groups is quite different from
    • The work carried out in brotherly harmony within our groups has quite
    • quite naturally meet each other as brothers and sisters.
    • “the Russian man,” is quite characteristic. Genius
    • many respects. But one idea predominates in him, not quite consciously
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    • the fact that we can speak quite differently among ourselves, knowing
    • those who know one another within such groups is quite different from
    • The work carried out in brotherly harmony within our groups has quite
    • quite naturally meet each other as brothers and sisters.
    • “the Russian man,” is quite characteristic. Genius
    • many respects. But one idea predominates in him, not quite consciously
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    • processes of the animal are quite similar to those of the human
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    • would not have done, and this too would be but one more quite egotistic
    • is quite right when he says that to preach morality is easy but to establish
    • although in a quite different way from today. Then the earth proceeded
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    • would not have done, and this too would be but one more quite egotistic
    • is quite right when he says that to preach morality is easy but to establish
    • although in a quite different way from today. Then the earth proceeded
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    • out how much it weighs, for he may only eat a piece of meat of a quite
    • is quite obvious that they often say it these days. Yet these people who do
    • admit quite honestly to a particular conviction about reforming things.
    • thinking in quite a new way about man changing himself in his innermost
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    • out how much it weighs, for he may only eat a piece of meat of a quite
    • is quite obvious that they often say it these days. Yet these people who do
    • admit quite honestly to a particular conviction about reforming things.
    • thinking in quite a new way about man changing himself in his innermost
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    • era, become quite explicable when one knows that the task of our era
    • social impulses are quite naturally opposed by anti-social impulses in
    • whether it is considered good or bad, since it is quite necessary. Be
    • quite concretely in the way described. People in some of the most
    • interest and credit, things are quite complicated; so that even
    • us against the anti-social which quite unconsciously and of necessity
    • And if we then look to the East, things are quite different again. We
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    • era, become quite explicable when one knows that the task of our era
    • social impulses are quite naturally opposed by anti-social impulses in
    • whether it is considered good or bad, since it is quite necessary. Be
    • quite concretely in the way described. People in some of the most
    • interest and credit, things are quite complicated; so that even
    • us against the anti-social which quite unconsciously and of necessity
    • And if we then look to the East, things are quite different again. We
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    • — concerning which one may venture to say that even he was not quite
    • pointed gropingly to the spirit. But speaking quite objectively, it
    • time, so that he simply has to stop — that is quite outside their
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    • — concerning which one may venture to say that even he was not quite
    • pointed gropingly to the spirit. But speaking quite objectively, it
    • time, so that he simply has to stop — that is quite outside their
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    • spiritual theme or object with which he is identified. Let us be quite
    • underwent a quite specific modification.
    • relationship. The characteristics of the Frenchman are quite different
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    • spiritual theme or object with which he is identified. Let us be quite
    • underwent a quite specific modification.
    • relationship. The characteristics of the Frenchman are quite different
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    • activity, for there the world is playing into us. It would be quite
    • into these things — often they are quite simple people going about
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    • into these things — often they are quite simple people going about
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    • self — were associated in the mind of man with quite strange, not to
    • men have had. In earlier times, quite another picture of the world
    • world could quite well be worked out for other spheres of knowledge.
    • that comes from the comprehension of self. Only quite gradually has
    • was quite unknown to the Stoic, for example, and other philosophers. A
    • beneath the Threshold. He thinks pictures, knowing, however, quite
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    • self — were associated in the mind of man with quite strange, not to
    • men have had. In earlier times, quite another picture of the world
    • world could quite well be worked out for other spheres of knowledge.
    • that comes from the comprehension of self. Only quite gradually has
    • was quite unknown to the Stoic, for example, and other philosophers. A
    • beneath the Threshold. He thinks pictures, knowing, however, quite
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    • place open the earth quite beyond ordinary human ken.
    • Thus there are pointed out to us two quite definite, but widely
    • revealed. This ancient knowledge of the stars was something quite
    • different way in which at that time they were taught. It is quite a
    • alchemy will tell you that the Philosopher's Stone is quite unknown.
    • Stone is quite familiar to most human beings; they simply do not know
    • The facts are simply upon occasion quite different from the concepts
    • geometry with quite another soul-constitution than we have to-day,
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    • place open the earth quite beyond ordinary human ken.
    • Thus there are pointed out to us two quite definite, but widely
    • revealed. This ancient knowledge of the stars was something quite
    • different way in which at that time they were taught. It is quite a
    • alchemy will tell you that the Philosopher's Stone is quite unknown.
    • Stone is quite familiar to most human beings; they simply do not know
    • The facts are simply upon occasion quite different from the concepts
    • geometry with quite another soul-constitution than we have to-day,
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    • have a smaller brain than men. And quite truly it then happened that
    • gender and which is quite independent of them. If one looks
    • only in our time? Let us be quite clear about this.
    • the relation of man and woman in earlier times when quite different
    • the factory and there are quite different problems there than when
    • drawn from quite other sources, there could not be such a clamouring
    • quite clear about this difference that exists between human beings
    • nature. One must be quite clear what kind of difference exists
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    • have a smaller brain than men. And quite truly it then happened that
    • gender and which is quite independent of them. If one looks
    • only in our time? Let us be quite clear about this.
    • the relation of man and woman in earlier times when quite different
    • the factory and there are quite different problems there than when
    • drawn from quite other sources, there could not be such a clamouring
    • quite clear about this difference that exists between human beings
    • nature. One must be quite clear what kind of difference exists
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    • and occurrences around him. Think of it quite crudely for a moment.
    • evident that they are woven in accordance with quite definite impulses
    • Quite clearly, then, according to the intention underlying the work of
    • how in their astral bodies — quite independently of what they want or
    • something quite concrete — not any kind of theoretical consideration.
    • which, simply by means of quite easy manipulations — by bringing into
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    • and occurrences around him. Think of it quite crudely for a moment.
    • evident that they are woven in accordance with quite definite impulses
    • Quite clearly, then, according to the intention underlying the work of
    • how in their astral bodies — quite independently of what they want or
    • something quite concrete — not any kind of theoretical consideration.
    • which, simply by means of quite easy manipulations — by bringing into
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    • enter a stream of evolution which is quite different from the one
    • realize his plans quite easily. Ahriman hopes for this always. One
    • quite impossible — for an innocent man to be condemned to death
    • entangled instinctively in quite another world-conception and could
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    • enter a stream of evolution which is quite different from the one
    • realize his plans quite easily. Ahriman hopes for this always. One
    • quite impossible — for an innocent man to be condemned to death
    • entangled instinctively in quite another world-conception and could
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    • etc., quite as independently of the particular objective entity, as we
    • something quite different from it, namely to the real
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    • etc., quite as independently of the particular objective entity, as we
    • something quite different from it, namely to the real
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    • value and that originally they must have existed in quite a different
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    • have existed in quite a different form. One of these researchers
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    • have existed in quite a different form. One of these researchers
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    • sight. At the same time we must be quite clear that this ego-sense is
    • something quite other than the development of consciousness of our own
    • them is something quite different from hearing mere tone, mere sound.
    • Further, it is again something quite different to perceive the thought
    • thinking is something quite other than the perception of the thought
    • are really quite distinct from one another and yet have a certain
    • another. As regards the sense of hearing it is not quite so obvious;
    • apprehension of what is heard; that is something quite different. The
    • think, you make a wry face when you drink vinegar; that shows quite
    • Here we see how something of a moral nature is the outcome of a quite
    • character of the lower ones is immoral. It is quite possible to bring
    • quite objective processes, for physically speaking it is a matter of
    • life conveys to us processes that are quite objective. Imagine a
    • can be described quite objectively. What the sense of life perceives
    • something quite different from all that the diagram shows from the
    • quite obvious with regard to one of these senses, the sense of sight.
    • It is quite obvious with regard to taste, smell and warmth, but if you
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    • world, but quite inadequate directly one comes to consider the being
    • But at all events, if we are quite clear about this distinction
    • recognise the task of the times, is quite clear that there is a deep
    • the present time quite naturally thinks it the only valid kind of
    • In Augustine we find no trace of the Gnosis; by his time it had quite
    • logic was something quite different from what it had been for
    • something quite empty.
    • quite different from the relationship that Plato had. It is not a
    • This peculiar way of relating ourselves to the outer world is quite
    • consists in a vague longing; it is sometimes quite indefinable, but it
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    • something quite different in man from what it is in animals. We must
    • expresses itself quite differently in the very little child from the
    • of memory is there. Here, in short, one can perceive quite exactly the
    • that we are related to our head in experience quite differently from
    • the rest of our organism in quite a different way from the way we are
    • of the life of the soul. One can quite well do that.
    • a Herbartian, he could be quite satisfied with the presentation; only
    • tissues and so on, the Herbartian was quite willing to accept the
    • sketch; it was quite acceptable to the Herbartian, who was no
    • body, for example, is quite free throughout the rhythmic system,
    • For example, I knew a man who was quite full of the fact that there is
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    • thoughts then often work quite unconsciously within the soul. That
    • upon which the soul is working may seem to be quite remote, while in
    • these kingdoms are present in quite a different form. They are not
    • mentality. Modern man knows quite well that when a magnetic needle
    • being in the physical world is quite unfamiliar. He feels that what he
    • these are two quite different moments; for spiritual consciousness the
    • indications such as I have been giving seem to him quite remote, he
    • But this is not quite correct thinking. Where the spiritual world is
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    • thoughts then often work quite unconsciously within the soul. That
    • upon which the soul is working may seem to be quite remote, while in
    • these kingdoms are present in quite a different form. They are not
    • mentality. Modern man knows quite well that when a magnetic needle
    • being in the physical world is quite unfamiliar. He feels that what he
    • these are two quite different moments; for spiritual consciousness the
    • indications such as I have been giving seem to him quite remote, he
    • But this is not quite correct thinking. Where the spiritual world is
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    • somewhat similar position, although not quite so far outside. Later it
    • in space by their power of attraction. It is quite different when we
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    • in them. It might happen that it was quite impossible to cure the
    • may have the healthiest ideas, which, if he were to live under quite
    • were again quite different, to a primeval past when the sun, which is
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    • self-conscious ego. With animals it is quite different; the ego of
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    • There were some, for example, who had not quite attained the goal
    • at a quite different rate from before, when they had to carry the very
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    • physical body on the Sun was, however, quite different to what it is
    • been led so far that you would have arrived in quite different realms.
    • Such a statement ought to be taken quite literally, and we must try to
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    • quite different at another — was in this way a kind of betrayer
    • Substances were quite different; respiration and nutrition were in a
    • us keep this moment before us. There were quite other beings which
    • evolution. It is quite natural for a person to experience a feeling of
    • he saw him like a man, but at night he saw him quite otherwise, in a
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    • embodiments of our earth — Saturn, Sun, and Moon are quite other
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    • conditions of the consciousness of man were quite different to what
    • the Gods — was quite different to what it became later. Indeed,
    • Valkyre, and it is quite in harmony with such an idea that in its
    • humanity in a quite different way from other peoples. Let us try to
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    • longer quite correct; even in Theosophical handbooks great mistakes
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    • declares its creed quite openly; it hides nothing, for it knows the
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    • exoteric life. Today we will first of all turn quite
    • ordinary human consciousness there plays quite
    • feelings into the life of ideas, we see quite
    • relationship quite different from that of cognition,
    • Even in exoteric life it is quite easy to
    • must be awakened in each individual as a quite
    • present in a quite special way, different entirely
    • hence the appearances are quite individual, and we
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    • exoteric life. Today we will first of all turn quite
    • ordinary human consciousness there plays quite
    • feelings into the life of ideas, we see quite
    • relationship quite different from that of cognition,
    • Even in exoteric life it is quite easy to
    • must be awakened in each individual as a quite
    • present in a quite special way, different entirely
    • hence the appearances are quite individual, and we
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    • of thought. You might be of the opinion that it is not quite proper to
    • quite understandable that a doctor who treats the insane should see
    • traits, and one must acknowledge that it is quite appropriate to make
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    • hence quite accurately, but the occurrence of earthquakes and volcanic
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    • But you know how many people there are out there who would be quite
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    • exists quite independently of those spiritual events that are played
    • bad time in the world of dreams, does it not? Things can be quite
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    • quite rightly assigns it to the abdomen. Human desires are aroused in
    • of a quite wonderful experience, an experience that is at once
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    • according to quite different principles — the head and the rest
    • justification for those who say — and many, quite independently
    • its nature quite a complicated one. And it is only in dreams such as
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    • hearing are quite dead, they involve processes that occur at the
    • When we listen, we stay quite still, at least as a rule. Unless a
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    • between death and birth, things are quite different. One remarkable
    • proceeds quite normally — except that no child arrives in the
    • quite different happened. That man had an etheric body, and death was
    • seem to lie in quite different areas. Here I wanted to give you an
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    • The sense processes are truly brought into movement. And it is quite
    • ‘I do not quite trust myself to directly approach concrete
    • describe it quite systematically and demonstrate to someone that
    • are some who know that it is not quite truthful to say that I am the
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    • been lost and it is quite evident that nothing has come along to take
    • quite deliberately tries to avoid establishing any sort of
    • that those who want to become professors must do something quite
    • quite definite picture of how the world was formed. Out of this other,
    • quite familiar — and found heavy markings in Nietzsche's own hand
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    • They are transformations of quite other conditions in the spiritual
    • quite particular way.
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    • fact, one may even find it quite easy to grasp such things in their
    • difficult to believe that the situation might at some time be quite
    • men as well — were thinking quite clearly about the situation a
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    • referring to, one is forced to say something quite paradoxical. As
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    • removed from a further thought, one that is quite correct: a really
    • observations such as I have just described really do quite
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    • the Gospel of St. Luke endeavours to show how something quite especial
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    • in the past it would be quite different, and in a past that does not
    • birth of the Buddha was quite unlike any ordinary birth. In the
    • incarnation in quite a different form. Thus it may happen that a
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    • the other hand, he develops the capacity to requite what he receives,
    • quite other purposes. In this case, too, it is essential for a being
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    • place at quite a definite point of time. Not until the Atlantean
    • instincts, and so on. Man would have become quite different as regards
    • Indeed we must say that human evolution would have taken quite a
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    • humanity lived in a quite different atmosphere. In our time the air in
    • quite a different way. Let us try to form an idea of the intercourse
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    • influenced by Anthroposophy, is quite willing to accept that the
    • foregoing incarnation, they would say: ‘Very good, we quite believe in
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    • saying, purely from their own philosophy and quite without occultism.
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    • community itself; but it was quite possible for Him to do so in
    • a marriage at Cana in Galilee.’ Now we may be quite convinced that
    • the Sabbath. This was quite unusual. For this reason the Jews were
    • differently; for they would have been impressed by quite different
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    • Goethe quite rightly says: ‘Without light there would never have been
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    • would be quite different, for I would then begin to understand him. We
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    • have been left quite unmoved by it and must wait for a future time. A
    • activity has been left quite untouched by the Christ-impulse.
    • perishing; whereas science would experience a revival in a quite
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    • does not bear such an interpretation, though it is quite possible to
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    • elements as composed of material atoms, and it is quite immaterial
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    • experienced more inwardly, the white brain matter does not move quite
    • lot may have happened, quite a lot, but I want to focus on one thing
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    • indeed clear and striking. He assigns to music a quite special place
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    • indeed clear and striking. He assigns to music a quite special place
    • among the arts, and to art itself a quite special value in human life.
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    • is quite certainly taken seriously by those who attempt real spiritual
    • justified, which cannot be expressed quite clearly.
    • knows quite certainly that this is so. The fact that not much light
    • quite horrible to them; to speak of spiritual experience is horrible
    • It is quite natural that this transition should present itself in two
    • place himself into the whole cosmos in a quite different way. For him
    • appeared to me quite in accordance with Karma that the two movements
    • quite young. In Dornach, when we began the youth section, I suggested
    • young. Ideas no longer have to be quite fixed. But if you climb up and
    • quite clearly. Our civilisation, in losing the spirit, has lost
    • world into physical existence have come with demands on life quite
    • in a quite inward way, not through earthly circumstances, but through
    • experience of youth. Something quite remarkable arose, pointing to a
    • is quite comprehensible. Because the human being was no longer there
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    • is quite certainly taken seriously by those who attempt real spiritual
    • justified, which cannot be expressed quite clearly.
    • knows quite certainly that this is so. The fact that not much light
    • quite horrible to them; to speak of spiritual experience is horrible
    • It is quite natural that this transition should present itself in two
    • place himself into the whole cosmos in a quite different way. For him
    • appeared to me quite in accordance with Karma that the two movements
    • quite young. In Dornach, when we began the youth section, I suggested
    • young. Ideas no longer have to be quite fixed. But if you climb up and
    • quite clearly. Our civilisation, in losing the spirit, has lost
    • world into physical existence have come with demands on life quite
    • in a quite inward way, not through earthly circumstances, but through
    • experience of youth. Something quite remarkable arose, pointing to a
    • is quite comprehensible. Because the human being was no longer there
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    • This is quite acceptable. Then something is incorporated in these
    • the world of thought. At the most, in some arts which are not quite
    • Letters could not quite trust himself to reach the concrete
    • of earth; that is quite obvious. What sort of power, then, lives in
    • you set out to describe it. You can describe it quite correctly, and
    • it with a soul attuned quite differently from your state of mind when
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    • This is quite acceptable. Then something is incorporated in these
    • the world of thought. At the most, in some arts which are not quite
    • Letters could not quite trust himself to reach the concrete
    • of earth; that is quite obvious. What sort of power, then, lives in
    • you set out to describe it. You can describe it quite correctly, and
    • it with a soul attuned quite differently from your state of mind when
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    • live on in humanity in a way quite different from the way imagined by
    • enlightened spirit — and today it is quite impossible. If
    • quite different man from Schiller. Schiller had tremendous inner
    • of instinct. Schiller was the man of understanding, but not in quite
    • agitation! They would have found it quite natural to be questioned
    • something quite different, which can understand the preceding period
    • quite dark. The time before the middle of the nineteenth century
    • The Bible describes this quite truly. The spirits called the Elohim,
    • wisdom was quite correctly aware of these things, in an atavistic way.
    • system in man, represents a quite impersonal element, expressed in the
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    • live on in humanity in a way quite different from the way imagined by
    • enlightened spirit — and today it is quite impossible. If
    • quite different man from Schiller. Schiller had tremendous inner
    • of instinct. Schiller was the man of understanding, but not in quite
    • agitation! They would have found it quite natural to be questioned
    • something quite different, which can understand the preceding period
    • quite dark. The time before the middle of the nineteenth century
    • The Bible describes this quite truly. The spirits called the Elohim,
    • wisdom was quite correctly aware of these things, in an atavistic way.
    • system in man, represents a quite impersonal element, expressed in the
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    • One thing is usually quite disregarded, my dear friends, in our time
    • objective world quite apart from what is in your consciousness, quite
    • from epoch to epoch. We today, for example, are quite unhappy if at
    • to be found, quite objectively, not merely through tradition or
    • treats history in such a way as to reckon quite positively with the
    • conditions of Man's life of soul were quite different.
    • yet it is quite possible to prove it from detailed facts.
    • words mean something quite different. They do not refer to the
    • They carry the sense they had for the alchemist. Certainly it is quite
    • read with an understanding quite different from the way in which we
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    • One thing is usually quite disregarded, my dear friends, in our time
    • objective world quite apart from what is in your consciousness, quite
    • from epoch to epoch. We today, for example, are quite unhappy if at
    • to be found, quite objectively, not merely through tradition or
    • treats history in such a way as to reckon quite positively with the
    • conditions of Man's life of soul were quite different.
    • yet it is quite possible to prove it from detailed facts.
    • words mean something quite different. They do not refer to the
    • They carry the sense they had for the alchemist. Certainly it is quite
    • read with an understanding quite different from the way in which we
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    • it was quite natural that the Mysteries of that age should have been
    • quite clear from his famous conversation with Schiller. Schiller
    • passed away again with the setting Sun. Men have now quite lost the
    • revealed by the date and time of his birth. For these Sages knew quite
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    • it was quite natural that the Mysteries of that age should have been
    • quite clear from his famous conversation with Schiller. Schiller
    • passed away again with the setting Sun. Men have now quite lost the
    • revealed by the date and time of his birth. For these Sages knew quite
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    • already show that this science is quite unaware of what they really
    • only the beginning). He may be quite an old man; he now becomes
    • seen with healthy human understanding. For he declared, quite
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    • already show that this science is quite unaware of what they really
    • only the beginning). He may be quite an old man; he now becomes
    • seen with healthy human understanding. For he declared, quite
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    • put ourselves into quite another life-condition. When this happens,
    • certainly quite unnecessary to begin to organize educational homes in
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    • put ourselves into quite another life-condition. When this happens,
    • certainly quite unnecessary to begin to organize educational homes in
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    • it bluntly, it is quite unjustifiable to speak in public in the style of
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    • it bluntly, it is quite unjustifiable to speak in public in the style of
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    • passes through it quite unconsciously. Thus our description can be in
    • the planetary movements a quite definite kind of forces emerges: the
    • discerned, and the modern science of initiation can penetrate quite
    • definite stage, actually quite close to conception and birth, this
    • falsification; for in those centuries Christianity was quite different
    • from the thing described. It was something quite different for the
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    • describe me as one of the senses — as quite a minor
    • quite little, and is composed of three incomplete circles
    • to quite other forces within them, Thou wilt be allowed to
    • bodies will have become quite different from what they are
    • love, and something again that produced quite a chilling
    • became quite unlike all earthly things; her appearance became
    • sense with which they are familiar in quite a different
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    • describe me as one of the senses — as quite a minor
    • quite little, and is composed of three incomplete circles
    • to quite other forces within them, Thou wilt be allowed to
    • bodies will have become quite different from what they are
    • love, and something again that produced quite a chilling
    • became quite unlike all earthly things; her appearance became
    • sense with which they are familiar in quite a different
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    • quite different from that prevailing in the naturalism of the West.
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    • quite different from that prevailing in the naturalism of the West.
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    • produce something quite different than we do when we meet
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    • produce something quite different than we do when we meet
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    • and deaths. In the course of centuries it has become quite natural to
    • really quite honest. It is not a matter simply of contradicting
    • human being and study him quite honestly from the aspect of what
    • relation with the world beyond the Earth. Only, let us first be quite
    • it is a spiritual picture it has power to illuminate quite other
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    • We must, however, be clear from the outset that it is really quite
    • the forces of outer Nature. The etheric body also dissolves, quite
    • enveloping sheaths (the word “sheath” is not really quite
    • however, is quite erroneous. If we wanted to make a picture, a
    • new birth it is quite different, there everything is moral and
    • This opens up quite a new aspect of our study. When we pass through
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    • course, that perception of the spiritual is quite different from
    • is quite useless there. We have to leave behind us the thinking of
    • something quite different; they are hosts of Spiritual Beings who have
    • of quite secondary importance, for physical science is dealing with
    • human point of view it is of course quite understandable that men will
    • gaining the victory over the Earth Spirits. Human beings know quite
    • rebirth in one way and on another occasion in quite a different way?
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    • For the early stages of study, that is quite true, but you
    • the cosmos they are in reality quite different. On Earth we see the
    • which culminates in the family into which he is born. It is quite
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    • super-sensible world. We would have to deal quite differently with the
    • eludes them. It is quite impossible to experience, or to have any
    • super-sensible man, we find ourselves quite naturally turning away from
    • living organism, in quite a different form.” Thus do the veins of
    • Now this experience leads us on to see quite clearly why it is that we
    • — unless we are quite devoid of poetic feeling — to
    • understanding can also be reached on quite another path.
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    • when he is quite close it appears that he is preparing to make
    • although the picture sequence has been quite different. What
    • quite different happens.
    • Inspirational consciousness, but let us make it quite clear
    • one has not slept quite in the ordinary way, but that something
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    • when he is quite close it appears that he is preparing to make
    • although the picture sequence has been quite different. What
    • quite different happens.
    • Inspirational consciousness, but let us make it quite clear
    • one has not slept quite in the ordinary way, but that something
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    • thinking men are in general quite unclear as to this. When I
    • the answer, that it is not quite evident why the writing pen
    • that is quite as difficult as it is important. Many people,
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    • thinking men are in general quite unclear as to this. When I
    • the answer, that it is not quite evident why the writing pen
    • that is quite as difficult as it is important. Many people,
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    • were based on a quite different kind of knowledge from that of to-day,
    • mean can be described, quite in accordance with the intentions of the
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    • were based on a quite different kind of knowledge from that of to-day,
    • mean can be described, quite in accordance with the intentions of the
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    • saying, it has quite a concrete significance, for we have meetings,
    • were able to describe it quite concretely and objectively; describing
    • it take place? It takes place quite simply in normal sleep, on almost
    • man in its entirety does not run its course quite evenly through the
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    • saying, it has quite a concrete significance, for we have meetings,
    • were able to describe it quite concretely and objectively; describing
    • it take place? It takes place quite simply in normal sleep, on almost
    • man in its entirety does not run its course quite evenly through the
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    • not perhaps proceed in quite a different way?” Let us suppose,
    • through his own immediate vision; it is quite true that he receives
    • it would be quite wrong to imagine that the man who is not clairvoyant
    • quite nice, but I would much prefer it if I could catch the merest
    • quite understandable. This particular theosophist would never have
    • ancient Indian period a quite different kind of consciousness was
    • may not be much of a thinker, his thinking may indeed be quite
    • certain point, on the devachanic plane; he may be quite advanced in
    • tail” of an elemental being! This is also quite possible. Now let
    • It must be quite clear to us that one who permeates the facts of the
    • in the physical world, as being not quite in one's right mind. Mere
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    • not perhaps proceed in quite a different way?” Let us suppose,
    • through his own immediate vision; it is quite true that he receives
    • it would be quite wrong to imagine that the man who is not clairvoyant
    • quite nice, but I would much prefer it if I could catch the merest
    • quite understandable. This particular theosophist would never have
    • ancient Indian period a quite different kind of consciousness was
    • may not be much of a thinker, his thinking may indeed be quite
    • certain point, on the devachanic plane; he may be quite advanced in
    • tail” of an elemental being! This is also quite possible. Now let
    • It must be quite clear to us that one who permeates the facts of the
    • in the physical world, as being not quite in one's right mind. Mere
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    • quite definite feature in common whereby they are raised to a higher
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    • quite definite feature in common whereby they are raised to a higher
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    • to the faithful, rose again. It is quite in line with the character and
    • they experienced they became quite other beings. To them came the
    • disciples of the Mysteries was quite different from that of the men of
    • sleeping; my spirit was quite light — so light that no one who
    • soul-powers, and it was quite evident that through this process
    • quite clear. The disciples of the latter had to go through what may be
    • into the background in order to present a tangible Jesus quite
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    • to the faithful, rose again. It is quite in line with the character and
    • they experienced they became quite other beings. To them came the
    • disciples of the Mysteries was quite different from that of the men of
    • sleeping; my spirit was quite light — so light that no one who
    • soul-powers, and it was quite evident that through this process
    • quite clear. The disciples of the latter had to go through what may be
    • into the background in order to present a tangible Jesus quite
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    • only so, but research into these things has recently taken quite
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    • only so, but research into these things has recently taken quite
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    • quite another matter. Detailed evidence in support of this point would
    • with the word ‘Mysticism’ itself. Quite recently it happened that
    • be. It is quite natural that Wagner's stage characters should be
    • In old Atlantis, the atmosphere was quite different from the
    • But even nowadays it is quite easy to understand the real origin of
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    • quite another matter. Detailed evidence in support of this point would
    • with the word ‘Mysticism’ itself. Quite recently it happened that
    • be. It is quite natural that Wagner's stage characters should be
    • In old Atlantis, the atmosphere was quite different from the
    • But even nowadays it is quite easy to understand the real origin of
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    • is usually not only scanty in the extreme but quite incapable of
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    • is usually not only scanty in the extreme but quite incapable of
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    • be quite wrong; you must instead consider it from the standpoint
    • quite concretely that someone wishes to do a certain thing at a
    • familiar note in their souls. It is quite an indifferent matter
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    • be quite wrong; you must instead consider it from the standpoint
    • quite concretely that someone wishes to do a certain thing at a
    • familiar note in their souls. It is quite an indifferent matter
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    • Ego, etc. This is quite correct, to begin with, for it is necessary
    • possess quite a considerable number of lecture-cycles, which are read
    • knows quite a lot about the structure of the skull and of the human
    • spontaneously within the bodies of mothers. This is quite
    • unable to see his activities. It is quite possible, to imagine this!
    • that things that gradually develop in a physical way must arise quite
    • which, the higher Spirits work, becomes quite small, it grows smaller
    • say: “Of what use is it to know all these things? We can quite
    • well do without this knowledge. Indeed, we can live quite comfortably
    • is contained in the belief that we can quite well do without this
    • quite a decent life without having a knowledge of the spiritual
    • (his standpoint is quite an indifferent matter; it is all the same
    • something quite new, he does this because the ancient spiritual
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    • Ego, etc. This is quite correct, to begin with, for it is necessary
    • possess quite a considerable number of lecture-cycles, which are read
    • knows quite a lot about the structure of the skull and of the human
    • spontaneously within the bodies of mothers. This is quite
    • unable to see his activities. It is quite possible, to imagine this!
    • that things that gradually develop in a physical way must arise quite
    • which, the higher Spirits work, becomes quite small, it grows smaller
    • say: “Of what use is it to know all these things? We can quite
    • well do without this knowledge. Indeed, we can live quite comfortably
    • is contained in the belief that we can quite well do without this
    • quite a decent life without having a knowledge of the spiritual
    • (his standpoint is quite an indifferent matter; it is all the same
    • something quite new, he does this because the ancient spiritual
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    • of Christendom is quite different. I once said that by its very
    • underlying the Greek Temple. The Church of Christendom is quite
    • explanation of Solomon's Temple upon it would be speaking quite
    • quite apart from the outside appearance of the building. The exterior
    • approach the subject from quite a different angle and point of view.
    • quite true that efforts are made to interpret sagas, legends, and
    • and absorb such a book and then try to be clever, explaining it quite
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    • of Christendom is quite different. I once said that by its very
    • underlying the Greek Temple. The Church of Christendom is quite
    • explanation of Solomon's Temple upon it would be speaking quite
    • quite apart from the outside appearance of the building. The exterior
    • approach the subject from quite a different angle and point of view.
    • quite true that efforts are made to interpret sagas, legends, and
    • and absorb such a book and then try to be clever, explaining it quite
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    • quite in vain in an earlier human embodiment, whereas other, lower
    • of Shem it was brought about through his receiving a quite
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    • quite in vain in an earlier human embodiment, whereas other, lower
    • of Shem it was brought about through his receiving a quite
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    • in all likelihood find the things on Earth quite unintelligible. Yet
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    • in all likelihood find the things on Earth quite unintelligible. Yet
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    • Hence, something quite different from the Buddhistic
    • Thus we can see that a certain quite definite
    • world-conception, but rather to portray his world-conception quite
    • quite the meaning that is imparted to it to-day, still it is intended
    • difference quite simply. It lies in the fact that all true oriental
    • our own. But it would be quite wrong to suppose that their knowledge
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    • Hence, something quite different from the Buddhistic
    • Thus we can see that a certain quite definite
    • world-conception, but rather to portray his world-conception quite
    • quite the meaning that is imparted to it to-day, still it is intended
    • difference quite simply. It lies in the fact that all true oriental
    • our own. But it would be quite wrong to suppose that their knowledge
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    • Some people thought this question quite simple. They
    • made up of quite other elements than colour and canvas, light and
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    • Some people thought this question quite simple. They
    • made up of quite other elements than colour and canvas, light and
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    • altogether. We need to look round for quite other methods to describe
    • a trace! And yet people are immensely pleased, quite enchanted with
    • language-forming power. A quite new kind will begin to work. I have
    • quite well have gone on to a recognition of the great miracle that
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    • altogether. We need to look round for quite other methods to describe
    • a trace! And yet people are immensely pleased, quite enchanted with
    • language-forming power. A quite new kind will begin to work. I have
    • quite well have gone on to a recognition of the great miracle that
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    • certain point of view this was quite right. In times when the Old
    • course, quite inadequate, but no other words are available.) The life
    • significance of these things in the present age becomes quite
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    • certain point of view this was quite right. In times when the Old
    • course, quite inadequate, but no other words are available.) The life
    • significance of these things in the present age becomes quite
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    • for a law — quite unaware that whatever is not in order comes
    • men quite differently.
    • the real longings are frequently satisfied today by quite erroneous
    • The psychoanalyst divines quite well that that which has been removed
    • from the realm of the dead. Here we are led to quite a different way
    • quite a different order, even in a different rotation than the
    • possible quite consciously to connect oneself with men long dead and
    • Experience in the spiritual world is in fact quite different in kind.
    • conditions of ideation are quite different; even within your
    • thinking the conditions are quite different.
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    • for a law — quite unaware that whatever is not in order comes
    • men quite differently.
    • the real longings are frequently satisfied today by quite erroneous
    • The psychoanalyst divines quite well that that which has been removed
    • from the realm of the dead. Here we are led to quite a different way
    • quite a different order, even in a different rotation than the
    • possible quite consciously to connect oneself with men long dead and
    • Experience in the spiritual world is in fact quite different in kind.
    • conditions of ideation are quite different; even within your
    • thinking the conditions are quite different.
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    • was quite clear that they had not created him, what in general one
    • It is, of course, quite unthinkable that one would find the same
    • able to do was, for the Greeks, quite a respectable amount, but they
    • Zeus-concept was fastened. Now the Greek, even the quite ordinary
    • Greek was quite clear: I do not, as it were, venerate this ancestor,
    • Greek had a quite unsentimental concept of his Gods. It would
    • somewhat, one must add detail when one wants to be quite clear), “We
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    • point to a quite definite heavenly constellation, which the Magi
    • myth looked back to quite definite star-constellations. They have
    • were quite different from what they were later. And this too was
    • abstractions — not immediately to the quite empty
    • with quite different conditions of soul. Certain Brotherhoods of
    • more inwardly lying forces, I am connected with something quite
    • what in older times could be thought of in quite different
    • the fact that the sexual problem is proclaimed in quite a special
    • what has been written about it, quite immensely clever, the way
    • could write quite clever articles over the most everyday words
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    • another Osiris-Isis myth, quite another one. And in the relation of
    • the ancient Isis must take on quite a different form.
    • the figure became alive and said quite facetiously: Humanity has only
    • this way one can be very learned. So one can, with quite arbitrary
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    • quite a wrong interpretation. As the priests transformed the
    • moon. Since the forces of the moon work in quite a special way
    • to the world brought him thoughts. Head-knowing is quite
    • quite a different formulation, in fact in a reasonable formulation!
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    • have been capable of development in a way quite different from what
    • and from our time onward quite specially significant. For as regards
    • yet there must have been something not quite in accord.
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    • on earth. One must regard man quite differently.
    • thing: it appears in life quite clearly. The head is the instrument
    • through a quite different development from the rest of the organism.
    • head in a child is relatively already quite finished, it develops
    • quite exactly — can cause the experience, I say the experience,
    • then one is a quite clever person, academically quite clever. But in
    • It is not quite easy to
    • cannot yet quite understand. The comprehensions of the dead and the
    • then it will know too that the head obeys quite other cosmic laws
    • becomes something quite different. There is something in me as man
    • Christ-Jesus. On the other hand there is the quite delightful, really
    • either execrable, if it remains as it is, or it is something quite
    • life, it has to bring something quite foreign into the social common
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    • that the head is not merely given us quite passively but that we make
    • the case of a woman who was quite small, he discovered that she
    • upon such things from quite a different side. One comes to such
    • and so on. In this case, to be quite just, it must be owned that
    • on earth were quite different during the age of this Atlantean
    • man was constituted in quite a different way from the man of
    • there still existed original wisdom preserved from quite ancient
    • — so to speak — quite wonderful. I have already
    • sifted to the last vestige of spirituality. It belonged to the quite
    • seeing solely the quite ‘sieved’ concepts and can of its
    • the standpoint of a quite particular ingeniousness in such an unclear
    • Mongols, and you will always find that they were quite definite
    • today in a quite particular period of development; they cannot
    • an impure mixture between the head-experience, which is really quite
    • That leads into quite
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    • then fill the soul. But this is now followed, quite necessarily, by a
    • moral ideals takes such firm hold in their souls that they feel quite
    • quite certain ought to be God-willed forces within me...” And
    • arithmetician: “But that is quite wrong! One roll costs two
    • reasoned, quite correctly, there was no fault in his thinking; but
    • save him; but he is drawn up out of the water quite dead. Now you see
    • before you the corpse. You can quite well maintain, let us say, that
    • fell in and was drowned. The sequence of the thought is quite
    • the water and was drowned, the conclusion is quite a false one, it
    • thinking is quite incompetent to form a decision in respect of
    • give. He had come to the point of seeing quite clearly the
    • University of Vienna, who died a few weeks ago, a man of quite
    • and most intelligent man saw quite clearly that with his thinking he
    • quite a different thing when a man proceeds not from wonder but
    • and not raising it from seed. The comparison is quite apt! For all
    • were quite correct, and because he had gone through these first two
    • say to himself: “My reckoning may be quite correct, but I must
    • Theorem of Pythagoras is quite comprehensible to you, but if you want
    • It is possible to have quite strange experiences in this connection.
    • matter. You may say: What he says is quite false. You have yourself
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    • are many occasions when you are led to quite different conclusions
    • mistakes that our body would have become quite dried up and would
    • at first sight it seems as though it would be quite impossible. How
    • never becomes a lamb, he remains always a wolf. That shows quite
    • part of the wolf has been quite erroneously assumed to constitute
    • feels how it has in it the possibility to become something quite
    • sprouting life. Thus he grows together — quite literally —
    • him to be an organ that is quite in the beginning of its evolution
    • a withered object, but like a seed. He knows quite clearly from what
    • that is, when man is spiritualised. The larynx expresses this quite
    • he would be quite dried up. And as for an untruth! If with every lie
    • quite like to feel in me, errors, trivialities, prejudices
    • have nothing whatever to do with reality, they are quite ineffective
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    • within one another quite differently. That is the point I want to
    • gives quite a different result. It is no use trying to carry on the
    • that for a man who builds upon his intelligence it seems quite reasonable to
    • The Mystery of Golgotha would have been quite unnecessary. For the
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    • come quite innocently up against a very great philosophical question,
    • appears as the expression of movement. You can quite exactly
    • in quite a cursory manner to-day — what man would have been, no
    • there was a time when one could quite easily pass through a human
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    • which we described. And, finally, the quite normal organic activity
    • quite clear and present to our minds. There is no lasting and eternal
    • they have nevertheless no value for eternity. That is quite certain.
    • quite like the bony system of man; but when a less trained
    • stream out from him into his environment divides itself quite
    • quite clear, as much as to say: “These Inspirations and
    • quite other forces in it as well. If we may put it in this way, the
    • for the Luciferic influence. For blood has become something quite
    • quite differently. Man should have lived in the environs of the earth
    • quite at home, even ink is for Lucifer more divine than blood; blood
    • influence. For it is quite obvious, is it not, even to external
    • said, we can see quite clearly how at the very beginning of earth
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    • quite shrunk and shriveled. To-day it is an external organ,
    • is quite small and rudimentary. The meaning and purpose of the ear
    • otherwise evolved in man quite objectively, and independently of his
    • when they hear views like this put forward, that they are quite
    • physical existence we might seem quite justified in concluding that
    • impressions that work upon the soul. The most important are quite
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    • The ego on its way between death and a new birth develops quite
    • not be used by the modern human being. Quite the contrary, meditation
    • not sit quite solidly within their bodies, how they consequently try
    • already quite abstract form, which has of course appeared gradually
    • Goetheanum.)] Quite apart from the fact that these are attacks on
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    • The ego on its way between death and a new birth develops quite
    • not be used by the modern human being. Quite the contrary, meditation
    • not sit quite solidly within their bodies, how they consequently try
    • already quite abstract form, which has of course appeared gradually
    • Goetheanum.)] Quite apart from the fact that these are attacks on
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    • Of the development of these three faculties people have usually quite
    • conception; it is, however, quite incorrect.
    • will quite surely come, — or again the illness, the misfortune,
    • grief, although we may perceive quite clearly what is right.
    • It is quite possible for a man to deny the spiritual and moral world
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    • Of the development of these three faculties people have usually quite
    • conception; it is, however, quite incorrect.
    • will quite surely come, — or again the illness, the misfortune,
    • grief, although we may perceive quite clearly what is right.
    • It is quite possible for a man to deny the spiritual and moral world
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    • The Nature of Homunculus becomes quite clear in the light of the
    • developed quite naturally in the second part of the play. Goethe
    • Quite in harmony with this is the Chorus Mysticus, for its inner
    • given us quite a masterly picture of a Clairvoyante in
    • into those heavenly circles, but in quite a peculiar way; she has
    • looks beneath the surface may feel quite certain of the
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    • The Nature of Homunculus becomes quite clear in the light of the
    • developed quite naturally in the second part of the play. Goethe
    • Quite in harmony with this is the Chorus Mysticus, for its inner
    • given us quite a masterly picture of a Clairvoyante in
    • into those heavenly circles, but in quite a peculiar way; she has
    • looks beneath the surface may feel quite certain of the
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    • that in order really to know something about the nature of man, quite
    • back to an age when human beings were quite differently constituted
    • must make our ideas plastic and form quite a different conception of
    • mere intellectualism. The whole process is quite evident: The
    • search for objectivity than he is to-day. We can see quite clearly
    • When the human soul is constituted in this way, it is quite
    • the thought of Greece was quite different from his attitude to the
    • which we to-day regard as something quite independent of speech
    • quite foreign to the Western mind and which, as soon as we attempt to
    • express it in a word, is no longer quite the same. Something has
    • number and weight. Only when we picture this process quite clearly
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    • that in order really to know something about the nature of man, quite
    • back to an age when human beings were quite differently constituted
    • must make our ideas plastic and form quite a different conception of
    • mere intellectualism. The whole process is quite evident: The
    • search for objectivity than he is to-day. We can see quite clearly
    • When the human soul is constituted in this way, it is quite
    • the thought of Greece was quite different from his attitude to the
    • which we to-day regard as something quite independent of speech
    • quite foreign to the Western mind and which, as soon as we attempt to
    • express it in a word, is no longer quite the same. Something has
    • number and weight. Only when we picture this process quite clearly
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    • but enters the soul as something quite new. The point of importance
    • But one point must be quite clear. In this Imaginative Thinking we
    • It is well-nigh incomprehensible to me that again, quite recently,
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    • but enters the soul as something quite new. The point of importance
    • But one point must be quite clear. In this Imaginative Thinking we
    • It is well-nigh incomprehensible to me that again, quite recently,
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    • consciousness quite different from that of ordinary life; she was
    • indication was not quite exact but this will probably not
    • to a great age. As the hour of birth was not quite accurate, Tycho de
    • without criticism. In those times too they were quite capable of
    • quite apart from details — that there is a connection between
    • gets on quite well but after a few years, great inner difficulties
    • Egypto-Chaldean period operating again today, in quite a different
    • discern this. But it will be quite apparent to those who study the
    • causes in the stars, it is quite possible to conceive that
    • produced quite other effects in the
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    • consciousness quite different from that of ordinary life; she was
    • indication was not quite exact but this will probably not
    • to a great age. As the hour of birth was not quite accurate, Tycho de
    • without criticism. In those times too they were quite capable of
    • quite apart from details — that there is a connection between
    • gets on quite well but after a few years, great inner difficulties
    • Egypto-Chaldean period operating again today, in quite a different
    • discern this. But it will be quite apparent to those who study the
    • causes in the stars, it is quite possible to conceive that
    • produced quite other effects in the
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    • astrology could be experienced in quite a different way through the
    • set to work quite differently. They sought for ways and means whereby
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    • humanity has entered upon a quite different phase of evolution, the
    • from theories — theories are never to be taken quite seriously
    • only mirror-images and he is quite unconscious of their real nature and
    • the corn in the field were quite pleasant? ... and so on, and so
    • monk, by the name of Mager, has written quite a good little book about
    • all such literature is, of course, antiquated, quite behind the times.
    • Christian can draw near to God with real knowledge. Being quite sincere
    • present day. In order to do him justice I told you that quite recently
    • Anthroposophy systematises hallucinations. His view is quite
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    • times when the life of soul was quite unlike that of today. Before the
    • Now quite apart from the
    • of whom I have often told you, was quite remarkable in this respect
    • approach what is all around us spiritually, quite a different kind of
    • large proportion of modern humanity is concerned, Mauthner is quite
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    • nature-forces. A corpse is quite obviously a remainder, a residue.
    • pedants say: “The leaf and the petal are two quite different
    • place far too rapidly. Here, too, there is fundamental unity. Two quite
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    • onwards. There were European princes who went to the East with quite
    • ceremonies and rites not quite connected with the human etheric body.
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    • indeed even our feelings and will-impulses, must become quite
    • being which is quite independent of the bodily being. And this
    • we have done quite consciously something which we also do in a normal
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    • indeed even our feelings and will-impulses, must become quite
    • being which is quite independent of the bodily being. And this
    • we have done quite consciously something which we also do in a normal
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    • the world in a manner which was, at that time, quite incontestable.
    • was, on the one hand, quite natural to apply the intellectual
    • Czolbe we may see this quite clearly, the real sensualists and
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    • the world in a manner which was, at that time, quite incontestable.
    • was, on the one hand, quite natural to apply the intellectual
    • Czolbe we may see this quite clearly, the real sensualists and
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    • colleague, therefore, had implicitly within him quite a number of
    • neck-ties for quite a long time, and not at all stupidly ... and this
    • entirely different direction. But a living logic is something quite
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    • colleague, therefore, had implicitly within him quite a number of
    • neck-ties for quite a long time, and not at all stupidly ... and this
    • entirely different direction. But a living logic is something quite
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    • had already severed itself from the Sun, was quite different from the
    • dependent upon the Sun in quite a different way than is the case with
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    • had already severed itself from the Sun, was quite different from the
    • dependent upon the Sun in quite a different way than is the case with
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    • real event of recent times, experienced by quite a number of our
    • our time, will find that this is quite an insane idea. Spiritual
    • I have described to you. Quite apart from what takes place with the
    • is quite indifferent what name we give to this central figure,
    • forehead of this second Being recedes and is quite undeveloped.
    • sends out forces that fetter Ahriman. Yet it would be quite wrong to
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    • real event of recent times, experienced by quite a number of our
    • our time, will find that this is quite an insane idea. Spiritual
    • I have described to you. Quite apart from what takes place with the
    • is quite indifferent what name we give to this central figure,
    • forehead of this second Being recedes and is quite undeveloped.
    • sends out forces that fetter Ahriman. Yet it would be quite wrong to
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    • conceit it would be quite pathetic to hear such people talk about
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    • conceit it would be quite pathetic to hear such people talk about
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    • would be quite different if such things had not occurred to many
    • quite master it, and yet at the same time they have to approach the
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    • would be quite different if such things had not occurred to many
    • quite master it, and yet at the same time they have to approach the
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    • those that [who] thought or felt differently. Quite rigid in form, devoid
    • for nine months, has not descended quite so far into the world of
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    • those that [who] thought or felt differently. Quite rigid in form, devoid
    • for nine months, has not descended quite so far into the world of
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    • something quite different from that which constitutes our modern
    • of waking up, was really quite different in the fourth post-Atlantean
    • this. We must be quite clear that when the modern civilisation arose,
    • this was quite natural. And now observe a Russian icon; it is not in
    • (which is quite true, as far as an altogether external form of
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    • something quite different from that which constitutes our modern
    • of waking up, was really quite different in the fourth post-Atlantean
    • this. We must be quite clear that when the modern civilisation arose,
    • this was quite natural. And now observe a Russian icon; it is not in
    • (which is quite true, as far as an altogether external form of
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    • the body is behind it. We must learn to perceive quite differently.
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    • the body is behind it. We must learn to perceive quite differently.
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    • I said: It is quite obvious first of all that it is not only a
    • quite independently of the Anthroposophical Movement, to a number of
    • this being made quite clear to the world; to individuals who wished
    • attack justifiable, points such as these must be made quite clear,
    • place in the right way. In the human organism it is quite
    • regard to important matters we should state quite clearly how the
    • I am quite sure that the very excellent and outstanding individuals
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    • I said: It is quite obvious first of all that it is not only a
    • quite independently of the Anthroposophical Movement, to a number of
    • this being made quite clear to the world; to individuals who wished
    • attack justifiable, points such as these must be made quite clear,
    • place in the right way. In the human organism it is quite
    • regard to important matters we should state quite clearly how the
    • I am quite sure that the very excellent and outstanding individuals
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    • the way in which we speak of ourselves is quite wrong. We should
    • off our astral body, we are quite free of all that pertains to the
    • organs only when they are not quite in order; we are then to some
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    • the way in which we speak of ourselves is quite wrong. We should
    • off our astral body, we are quite free of all that pertains to the
    • organs only when they are not quite in order; we are then to some
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    • Let us be quite
    • quite different eyes, different nose and different corners to the
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    • Let us be quite
    • quite different eyes, different nose and different corners to the
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    • was quite otherwise in the remote past. The primitive human beings
    • produced in them quite a different consciousness of and attitude to
    • this state of things could not remain, for human beings have quite
    • when everyone will know in quite another light, what the Christ is,
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    • was quite otherwise in the remote past. The primitive human beings
    • produced in them quite a different consciousness of and attitude to
    • this state of things could not remain, for human beings have quite
    • when everyone will know in quite another light, what the Christ is,
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    • be a quite unthinking person to say, “I feel my humanity alien
    • but I feel quite at home with the knowledge they produced.” The
    • from super-sensible worlds is something that comes about quite of
    • will's impotence, take wing quite easily when one sits in a circle
    • quite unthinkable just a short while ago, before civilization reached
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    • be a quite unthinking person to say, “I feel my humanity alien
    • but I feel quite at home with the knowledge they produced.” The
    • from super-sensible worlds is something that comes about quite of
    • will's impotence, take wing quite easily when one sits in a circle
    • quite unthinkable just a short while ago, before civilization reached
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    • are not quite united among themselves. For then there occurs what overwhelms
    • share the belief in them has had in the decline of our culture, it is quite
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    • are not quite united among themselves. For then there occurs what overwhelms
    • share the belief in them has had in the decline of our culture, it is quite
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    • earth; out of it a quite definite plant will arise. From a grain of
    • see then that man's etheric body is something quite different from a
    • with physical life vanishes in Kamaloca, these events appear in quite
    • images that he is always thinking about. This is something quite
    • be taken quite objectively — to be able to forget insults and
    • injuries done to him, then quite a different impulse will work in
    • impulse work on him in quite a different way. You need not
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    • know anything about the nature of blood. That would be quite
    • physically we have to look for something quite different in the
    • an extent that we have to admit it is something quite different; and
    • area where it ought to support the movement of the heart. It is quite
    • treatment. We need quite a different basis, for spiritual knowledge
    • national character and therefore take quite different forms. Thus for
    • the West [Europeans, they are quite wrong about it where the East
    • European population is concerned, because it has quite a different
    • whilst they really belong to quite a different field. Above all we
    • of the etheric body, have quite definite relationships with one
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    • this fructification took place in quite a different way. Clairvoyant
    • only at quite definite times. This depended on the changes that took
    • at quite definite times.
    • surroundings. At a quite definite time in his life, which would
    • make this quite clear I would like to tell you something that you may
    • in their more delicate aspects, are subject to quite different causes
    • were eating — an activity quite different from what it is today
    • — and quite different, too, was the time when the forces of
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    • fact that pneumonia shows something quite remarkable that is
    • quite literally, namely that your ego never stays the same for the
    • at one particular time alternating as it were with quite different
    • feelings. You could perceive quite different shades of feeling in the
    • quite definite rhythm takes place in the course of the four times
    • however, does not bring us to the end of the matter. Quite definite
    • experienced quite different shades of mood in the course of seven
    • and group ego — have a quite different relationship to one
    • have quite different rhythms in their etheric and astral bodies. In
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    • existence at quite different times. The rudimentary beginnings of
    • course such a thing was quite impossible then, because it was a
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    • and there he is. As far as the external situation goes, we can quite
    • a person capable. We shall then come to think of illness in quite a
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    • individuality's work on the organism before birth, that is quite
    • nephesh. And in the Bible it is stated quite correctly: And God
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    • conditions are quite different. But even today it is still to a
    • with the separation of sun and moon. This, however, led to a quite
    • fact the European peoples had not as yet quite descended into their
    • speak; on the contrary they have given us quite specific impulses for
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    • of his life, up to the change of teeth, man develops in quite a
    • animals. In these lower animals the astral body has quite evidently
    • development are quite different from those of the single animal here
    • standing together gives him. It is something quite different, and it
    • of joy that is something quite new. Man experiences a number of
    • with the objective facts. They depend on quite different things, even
    • front of the picture, he would see something quite different in it;
    • changing. People thought and felt quite differently five thousand
    • enriching leaven which ensures that something quite new will be there
    • not also have turned out to be quite a good Turk? Here you have an
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    • quite differently in each case. Contrast between the head and the
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    • activity when the spirit is not speaking. And quite certainly no
    • sociable beings in the Venus-sphere, quite irrespective of the creed
    • be quite unable to find one another.
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    • human being expands, quite literally expands, into all the planetary
    • the true conception of Christianity. It would be quite false to
    • another, quite different understanding of which men today cannot even
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    • about the cancellation your attitude of mind would be quite different
    • where the laws operating as karmic laws are quite different. If we
    • certain dreams which are often quite inexplicable, in which certain
    • quite clear that wherever we are placed in life we are faced
    • devise an instrument quite different from our watches for measuring
    • time. Similarly it is possible to conceive of a body — quite
    • wheels. It is quite conceivable that if, instead of living on the
    • to a quite different planetary existence. The particular formation of
    • goods that were not remedial herbs but quite useful in life! This
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    • his being but is something quite different. In the life between death
    • simple; and that is quite comprehensible because usually we describe
    • quite different matter from ordinary sleep at night. What I have now
    • quite rightly from a certain standpoint — that the Ego and
    • standpoint the statement is quite correct — that man leaves his
    • will be quite a number of individuals who when they look at a
    • — was quite beyond the men of that earlier epoch. They lived
    • we do today. It would be quite erroneous to imagine that when a
    • epoch — in a quite different way. They knew about the secrets
    • consciousness which ours today is quite unable to experience.
    • they were quite conscious of being related to these worlds. If
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    • been quite unable to cope with the demands that would be made of
    • Earth has changed and that his experiences are quite different. In
    • Earth through birth we find quite different conditions of existence.
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    • quite differently in each case. Contrast between the head and the
    • to be quite without significance. But for one who is intent upon
    • organs of the human being quite differently in each case — the
    • clairvoyant were, for example, to hold his hands quite still in a
    • life between birth and death man is quite unaware of the forces which
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    • a quite different dimension because the spirits become more and more
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    • during sleep we see something quite different. We see nothing of what
    • or conception. The conditions of central importance here are quite
    • and the whole line of ancestors. Quite an otherwise attractive little
    • quite correct. But someone else may turn up and say: This man is
    • the same way, natural science is quite correct when it says that a
    • it quite exactly — the transition is from something connected
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    • only after death. That, quite literally, was what the man said. As I
    • the dead person wants something; and in this case it was quite
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    • the inner standpoint of the soul, it will be quite clear to you that
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    • have had to present quite differently if they had been intended for a
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    • therefore try to enter quite historically into the endeavours that
    • approached the human soul in a quite new way. But if then, after
    • concerning the Mystery of Golgotha. One can leave that quite out of
    • as though he were standing quite alone with it. And then only one
    • through it one has not relied on any kind of tradition, but has quite
    • Kant-Laplace theory of a cosmic nebula, of something quite material.
    • time, with its quite crude and primitive concepts, and on the other
    • the present day, are we not looking at something quite strange? Are
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    • conception in the flesh, but they could not quite see how to bring
    • that external documents provide, we come upon something quite extraordinary,
    • where anything of a spiritual nature is concerned. Until quite recent
    • It is quite certain that the third post-Atlantean epoch, if Christ
    • And so two quite different developments can be traced.
    • would have fallen quite under the sway of the elemental spirits;
    • remarkable but quite exoteric way; and this, if one examines it from
    • Earth. Naturally one can understand Paul quite well in a theological,
    • science. One can understand Paul quite well, if one wants to
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    • quite simple matter for these human souls to come down from their
    • acquired a quite peculiar character. The forces which provide for
    • of this is apparent — even quite exoterically — in Greek
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    • Christ-event, but it came from quite another side. And this fourth
    • creation of man is spoken of quite differently, with the emphasis on
    • Daniel, Joel, Jonah and Zechariah. If we do this quite impartially,
    • even when things turn out quite differently from what has been
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    • I had quite understood something you all know from the Parsifal saga
    • him in great suffering and with dream-like visions of a quite
    • shines forth in radiance from the Grail.” But Parsifal, quite
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    • Ruler of Earth-history, and we have a form which is quite as valid as
    • achieved. I could quite as well have called it “Concerning the
    • may in fact be about something quite different
    • outshone the other lights? Ought we to expect — quite contrary
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    • the soul life. We will begin by relating quite a simple dream, which
    • dreamed she was on her way to the church in the town. She dreamed quite
    • was standing in the pulpit preaching. She heard his sermon quite
    • would be quite brief in relation to what it seemed in the dream. Now
    • some occurrence during the day will have quite different dreams from
    • the soul. These hidden depths often speak quite a different language
    • man calculates quite differently. Only consciousness subtracts, the
    • former quite special experiences. One will then find — anyone who
    • Attention was focused in quite another direction. So later the
    • things in this way, Goethe's words are confirmed in a quite special
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    • the soul life. We will begin by relating quite a simple dream, which
    • dreamed she was on her way to the church in the town. She dreamed quite
    • was standing in the pulpit preaching. She heard his sermon quite
    • would be quite brief in relation to what it seemed in the dream. Now
    • some occurrence during the day will have quite different dreams from
    • the soul. These hidden depths often speak quite a different language
    • man calculates quite differently. Only consciousness subtracts, the
    • former quite special experiences. One will then find — anyone who
    • Attention was focused in quite another direction. So later the
    • things in this way, Goethe's words are confirmed in a quite special
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    • them in the laws of our personal destiny, that is to say, quite
    • for a public still quite unacquainted with Spiritual Science.
    • modern man. Thought lived in Socrates, Plato, even in Aristotle quite
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    • them in the laws of our personal destiny, that is to say, quite
    • for a public still quite unacquainted with Spiritual Science.
    • modern man. Thought lived in Socrates, Plato, even in Aristotle quite
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    • peoples of a remote past — to men whose nature was quite
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    • peoples of a remote past — to men whose nature was quite
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    • now consider something which is quite small and is intimately
    • up quite a number of charts, in order to study the pulse of the
    • then he always draws up quite a number of tables and charts upon
    • consciousness he therefore has in mind something quite different,
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    • now consider something which is quite small and is intimately
    • up quite a number of charts, in order to study the pulse of the
    • then he always draws up quite a number of tables and charts upon
    • consciousness he therefore has in mind something quite different,
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    • referred to, the spiritual scientist is in quite a different position
    • exceptionally learned person who quite rightly excites admiration by
    • life. I have said something quite elementary, but this elementary
    • quite so simple as this, however; it is indeed like this, but it is
    • what spiritual science finds out about the soul (yet in a quite
    • person needs, it is quite immaterial whether things are investigated
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    • quite highly developed tastes. Some of these beings are especially
    • quite special forces out of the soil, forces that do not come from
    • called “history,” a great deal whose influence is quite
    • wisdom. In this connection we can think of quite a number of members
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    • new birth, and so forth. But it is quite possible to speak, not only
    • human soul-life was exactly the same as now. This is quite wrong. The
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    • new birth, and so forth. But it is quite possible to speak, not only
    • human soul-life was exactly the same as now. This is quite wrong. The
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    • something that cannot quite be called memory — for it is far
    • spiritual world; if you know yourself quite definitely as a member in
    • are now calling the world-of-soul are quite differently related to
    • conditions, quite definite conditions, of intercourse with such
    • which arise through earthly life) — all this acquires quite
    • Now it would be quite
    • obliged to look at these things from quite another point of view.
    • but he sees something else as well. One who is dead has quite another
    • way of judging people. He sees them quite differently. As to the way
    • observe quite clearly, in such a case, the part which Ahriman is
    • judgement of people is quite eliminated for the dead. We see this or
    • here living were pursuing another human being with a quite special
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    • something that cannot quite be called memory — for it is far
    • spiritual world; if you know yourself quite definitely as a member in
    • are now calling the world-of-soul are quite differently related to
    • conditions, quite definite conditions, of intercourse with such
    • which arise through earthly life) — all this acquires quite
    • Now it would be quite
    • obliged to look at these things from quite another point of view.
    • but he sees something else as well. One who is dead has quite another
    • way of judging people. He sees them quite differently. As to the way
    • observe quite clearly, in such a case, the part which Ahriman is
    • judgement of people is quite eliminated for the dead. We see this or
    • here living were pursuing another human being with a quite special
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    • threshold have to be observed; in order to perceive and learn, quite
    • quite the opposite of the firmly imprinted form of the physical body.
    • connected and separated not only sensibly but often even quite
    • is quite different when we thrust our soul into the elemental world,
    • that has become clairvoyant. Quite definite kinds of sympathy and
    • quality. There they vary, just as yellow here is quite different from
    • spoken; here we meet them in quite a different way from any
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    • threshold have to be observed; in order to perceive and learn, quite
    • quite the opposite of the firmly imprinted form of the physical body.
    • connected and separated not only sensibly but often even quite
    • is quite different when we thrust our soul into the elemental world,
    • that has become clairvoyant. Quite definite kinds of sympathy and
    • quality. There they vary, just as yellow here is quite different from
    • spoken; here we meet them in quite a different way from any
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    • way; nevertheless the way in which we speak of ourselves is quite
    • astral body, we are quite free of all that pertains to the earth and
    • We can feel our organs only when they are not quite in
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    • way; nevertheless the way in which we speak of ourselves is quite
    • astral body, we are quite free of all that pertains to the earth and
    • We can feel our organs only when they are not quite in
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    • death; so that in our work we quite certainly do not lose those souls
    • come nearer — indeed, it had come quite close. This creeping
    • existence goes along quite another path than does the picture which
    • or not. Such a connection is quite imaginary, when we look at
    • these events — to quite the opposite kind of thoughts of
    • it quite clear to us, that those who leave their physical body at an
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    • death; so that in our work we quite certainly do not lose those souls
    • come nearer — indeed, it had come quite close. This creeping
    • existence goes along quite another path than does the picture which
    • or not. Such a connection is quite imaginary, when we look at
    • these events — to quite the opposite kind of thoughts of
    • it quite clear to us, that those who leave their physical body at an
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    • these members, we must be quite clear that this knowledge is very
    • same as it is today, and in the future it will again be quite
    • inasmuch as traits quite different from those prevailing in ancient
    • point of time. In a certain respect man is then quite a different
    • being who is quite different from the one he is later on. It is only
    • it has a quite different task to fulfil: it has first to shape the
    • are quite different from those prevailing in later life. The question
    • about the condition of the earth in the granite-epoch — quite
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    • these members, we must be quite clear that this knowledge is very
    • same as it is today, and in the future it will again be quite
    • inasmuch as traits quite different from those prevailing in ancient
    • point of time. In a certain respect man is then quite a different
    • being who is quite different from the one he is later on. It is only
    • it has a quite different task to fulfil: it has first to shape the
    • are quite different from those prevailing in later life. The question
    • about the condition of the earth in the granite-epoch — quite
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    • quite impartially on what we call the Mission of Individual
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    • several Folk-souls of humanity, should for once be spoken of quite
    • the Alps and Jura, and it would be quite clear to him, that this does
    • living in the mountains of Switzerland. It is something quite
    • strange what we are about to say may sound, it will be made quite
    • to-day, the Spirit of the Age is something quite abstract, without
    • evolution of other quite different beings.
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    • can see with his eyes; but to clairvoyant consciousness it is quite
    • aura of that special part of the earth. This etheric aura is quite
    • of the egos of these beings. Now in order to form quite a concrete
    • a much stronger, more powerful manner. We must once for all be quite
    • quite different attributes. Whereas the Folk-spirits work into human
    • We must accustom ourselves to quite different ideas. Man
    • naturally quite wrong to look upon the fact of these high Beings
    • or under other laws. Personalities grow forth from quite definite
    • influence in any particular way, a quite definite physical
    • work within man and produce a certain kind of thought, a quite
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    • appear in the intellectual-soul or mind-soul, and only becomes quite
    • quite different, essentially different from the three modifications
    • will not be quite easy but we must endeavor to cross this rubicon.
    • perceive quite clearly that such things come into the human
    • the intellectual-soul and spiritual-soul, it would then be quite as
    • data for the Archangels is quite different. What is data for man is
    • Personality, — because the latter are pursuing quite different
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    • woven out of many and various forms. It must be quite clear to us,
    • condition as a physical being and would have to go through quite
    • to-day up to his twentieth year would have quite a different
    • appearance, quite a different form. Everything would have happened
    • quite differently, so that all that is connected with the present
    • earth during the middle part, and had therefore become quite a
    • high tableland. The respiration is quite different in the plain from
    • but in doing so we must be quite clear, that when our present fifth
    • but which through rejuvenation have become quite different. Thus in
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    • to a person from what we must now describe quite objectively. As long
    • sees something quite different in this stony substance. What is that
    • would not be sufficient for this; they would produce something quite
    • been expressed in quite a special way by means of a geometrical
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    • lecture can only be made when one takes a quite definite period in
    • humanity, a quite special arrangement was necessary in the cosmos. If
    • from an occult standpoint, quite correct in describing what appears
    • of the Earth, again only holds good for a quite definite epoch of
    • were guided in quite a definite way from the original centre, and
    • work in it in quite a definite way, viz., they are there able to work
    • is still something quite special. Just as the six Elohim from the Sun
    • quite special importance to the Semitic Hebrew people, and why the
    • Greeks, who were quite specially and consciously under the influence
    • tendency within the racial character. Through this they get quite
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    • people had received a mission which was really of quite special
    • The objective language of facts often leads to quite
    • who is only at quite an elementary stage.
    • were at the same time given quite different tendencies, tendencies
    • that end several things are necessary. It is necessary that in quite
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    • nevertheless something quite unique. It is true that a very
    • mistake, for a person of quite different character might be wearing
    • Age were all quite different from one another in the ages that are
    • nature are not yet differentiated, and men are as yet quite spiritual
    • Beings, who, however, came from quite another quarter than those we
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    • Now it was explained in our last lecture, quite in
    • another, and yet come from quite different causes. External facts may
    • case might have been quite different. The man might have had a stroke
    • that is quite correct, just as the case of the wolf is quite correct
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    • received quite different tasks — then had the task of educating
    • mission, we see quite a different aspect of this same mission in the
    • Sentient Soul, had to develop in quite a different way. Hence that
    • completely different side. It will therefore seem quite
    • forward in quite a curious way, through the medium of their advance
    • guards, that which in spirit is quite different from any mythology.
    • quite different. That which it offers appears to us in such a way
    • must think of in quite a different shade of feeling, connected more
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    • In this figure of Freyr is expressed in quite a
    • something quite particularly belonging to him; it is the alternation
    • unreservedly be done, quite regardless of whether this is sympathetic
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    • It will be quite possible for the
    • emphatically part of human evolution upon the earth, and it is quite well known
    • A form of knowledge must develop which produces quite a
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    • It will be quite possible for the
    • emphatically part of human evolution upon the earth, and it is quite well known
    • A form of knowledge must develop which produces quite a
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    • to the divine-spiritual. In order to make this quite clear to
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    • support. It is something of quite special significance for our
    • In order to express myself quite clearly, I should like
    • the cosmic world, and quite another to see, separated out from a
    • with Christ in this Earth-life flows down to us quite differently
    • Quite different is the aspect of those who have allowed
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    • shall approach the subject from quite another side, a side already
    • How does all this come about? It should be quite clear from the way
    • then on the physical plane it is quite right to say, “enmity is
    • power of judgment quite different from that obtaining on the Earth
    • will!” These anthroposophists are quite satisfied if they can
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    • quite different form in the world in which we live, and attention
    • must be drawn to this. Let us start from a quite ordinary, everyday
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    • Spiritual Science something quite different from what one understands
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    • Spiritual Science something quite different from what one understands
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    • has originated in what are really quite modern times, and we shall
    • nothing of culture but were quite simple men both in intellect and
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    • attitude of the human soul to the universe and to itself was quite
    • quite different character.
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    • what this sheath surrounds comes from quite different worlds into
    • presented as being quite unknown because people do not
    • there are very few people who are not quite familiar with these
    • to it shows quite clearly that it is not in the old style. Whether in
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    • the course of modern times the effort to arrive at it appears quite
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    • A curious position results. The one attacked may quite agree with his
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    • mission of spiritual science itself. It may be quite easy to understand
    • quite a different method of thought. It is necessary to realise what it
    • science has something to do with the ancient Gnosis quite ignores the
    • nature must investigate quite differently from the latter. It must find
    • quite intelligible on this point, I must indicate, if only in a few
    • development of the will, something of quite a different kind results
    • knows quite well that the dead are living in a sphere in which the
    • through spiritual science cannot be fully perceived, becomes quite, I
    • Bible to say, “I think the existence of America is quite in
    • Thus it is a matter of course that it is necessary to live quite in the
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    • dreams but somewhat resembling them. Whereas we know quite well that
    • into this quite different attitude of soul. I will put it in the
    • tenth month, and January and February quite obviously belong to the
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    • dreams but somewhat resembling them. Whereas we know quite well that
    • into this quite different attitude of soul. I will put it in the
    • tenth month, and January and February quite obviously belong to the
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    • may quite naturally arrive at this feeling. Why?
    • engines of war that were something quite new — engines
    • arises quite naturally, when one realizes how again and again he
    • in Milan, one gets the impression that Judas is quite covered in
    • shadow — he is quite dark. Now when we study how the light
    • sense perception, but through something quite different.
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    • may quite naturally arrive at this feeling. Why?
    • engines of war that were something quite new — engines
    • arises quite naturally, when one realizes how again and again he
    • in Milan, one gets the impression that Judas is quite covered in
    • shadow — he is quite dark. Now when we study how the light
    • sense perception, but through something quite different.
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    • all religious documents, quite arbitrarily, with a feeling of pride
    • animal's death is quite different from that of a man. In the
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    • all religious documents, quite arbitrarily, with a feeling of pride
    • animal's death is quite different from that of a man. In the
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    • The ant stands at quite a different stage from the beaver, and much
    • and must be quite separate. For general humanity that will first be
    • and for all, and goes quite other paths.
    • are body noises. Occult science here makes a quite decisive
    • become human beings but quite differently constituted from the man
    • Sixth Race will see quite another race, noble and beautiful, in
    • developing downwards. It is shown quite clearly in the Apocalypse how
    • quite selfless can even now become ripe for the Sixth Race. He may
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    • The ant stands at quite a different stage from the beaver, and much
    • and must be quite separate. For general humanity that will first be
    • and for all, and goes quite other paths.
    • are body noises. Occult science here makes a quite decisive
    • become human beings but quite differently constituted from the man
    • Sixth Race will see quite another race, noble and beautiful, in
    • developing downwards. It is shown quite clearly in the Apocalypse how
    • quite selfless can even now become ripe for the Sixth Race. He may
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    • such things quite plainly. Just call to mind that if we go back in
    • events of that time, we find quite different forms of humanity.
    • physical body — quite a house, so to say. So, with man, too, in
    • the Atlantean age thus appeared quite different from what it did
    • head. It existed first in a quite soft, transparent matter. Only
    • — such egos as were adapted to quite special forms, which were
    • already existing physically, in quite definite shapes, another
    • have called the Bull soul enters quite definite forms which are there
    • below. These have a quite definite appearance. Similarly, the Lion
    • four group souls into the physical. At that time, a quite peculiar
    • (who reminded one of what we see today in quite another way in the
    • received nothing of this spiritual element changed in quite another
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    • such things quite plainly. Just call to mind that if we go back in
    • events of that time, we find quite different forms of humanity.
    • physical body — quite a house, so to say. So, with man, too, in
    • the Atlantean age thus appeared quite different from what it did
    • head. It existed first in a quite soft, transparent matter. Only
    • — such egos as were adapted to quite special forms, which were
    • already existing physically, in quite definite shapes, another
    • have called the Bull soul enters quite definite forms which are there
    • below. These have a quite definite appearance. Similarly, the Lion
    • four group souls into the physical. At that time, a quite peculiar
    • (who reminded one of what we see today in quite another way in the
    • received nothing of this spiritual element changed in quite another
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    • we count as perennials; but it is quite a different connection from
    • sleep. Apart from this, however, it appears quite natural that the
    • the coarser parts. Quite superficial observation can teach us that
    • of our ideas, feeling, and will. We know quite well that if we give
    • place perhaps thirty years ago, you will say: I can quite well recall
    • the earth can quite well be compared with the soul experiences in man
    • anything of the kind, is quite different from a natural death, which
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    • we count as perennials; but it is quite a different connection from
    • sleep. Apart from this, however, it appears quite natural that the
    • the coarser parts. Quite superficial observation can teach us that
    • of our ideas, feeling, and will. We know quite well that if we give
    • place perhaps thirty years ago, you will say: I can quite well recall
    • the earth can quite well be compared with the soul experiences in man
    • anything of the kind, is quite different from a natural death, which
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    • a quite special difficulty must arise because according to the
    • formed quite specially that exactly the same causes, powers and
    • nevertheless, under quite other conditions than the life processes of
    • how, by this experience, it seemed to him quite well possible to
    • fundamental works, which we can take quite literally, and which is
    • speaks he to whom one appeals today — quite rightly —
    • quoted quite systematically that out of an ox corpse — that
    • which are really not quite exactly easy to define as plant beings or
    • one can escape the quite cogent conclusion that just as soul activity
    • consisted of a duality, of something not quite like sleeping and
    • earth was surrounded in quite a different way by layers of matter,
    • today. At this time quite obviously other, different forms of living
    • but still permeated with quite different substances, and we find
    • determined forms had adapted themselves to quite determined
    • live in quite different circumstances of life; perhaps the insect
    • themselves outwardly, while they have presented themselves quite
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    • a quite special difficulty must arise because according to the
    • formed quite specially that exactly the same causes, powers and
    • nevertheless, under quite other conditions than the life processes of
    • how, by this experience, it seemed to him quite well possible to
    • fundamental works, which we can take quite literally, and which is
    • speaks he to whom one appeals today — quite rightly —
    • quoted quite systematically that out of an ox corpse — that
    • which are really not quite exactly easy to define as plant beings or
    • one can escape the quite cogent conclusion that just as soul activity
    • consisted of a duality, of something not quite like sleeping and
    • earth was surrounded in quite a different way by layers of matter,
    • today. At this time quite obviously other, different forms of living
    • but still permeated with quite different substances, and we find
    • determined forms had adapted themselves to quite determined
    • live in quite different circumstances of life; perhaps the insect
    • themselves outwardly, while they have presented themselves quite
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    • this Moses diffuse the sense of human power that we are quite ready
    • to accept in it something which is quite unrealistic. The statue as
    • these extraordinary horns; and we are quite prepared to believe in
    • Moses might quite easily get up and proceed further: for he exists
    • different means. While he was still quite young, in 1498,
    • Greeks something quite alien to them had entered in. The natural life
    • phase and puts himself quite realistically in the same space in which
    • Angels with trumpets emerge quite naturally, so also do the souls of
    • quite naturally the space within which a congregation of believers
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    • this Moses diffuse the sense of human power that we are quite ready
    • to accept in it something which is quite unrealistic. The statue as
    • these extraordinary horns; and we are quite prepared to believe in
    • Moses might quite easily get up and proceed further: for he exists
    • different means. While he was still quite young, in 1498,
    • Greeks something quite alien to them had entered in. The natural life
    • phase and puts himself quite realistically in the same space in which
    • Angels with trumpets emerge quite naturally, so also do the souls of
    • quite naturally the space within which a congregation of believers
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    • remember a dream, it will probably be quite obvious to you that
    • quite easy to see when we consider the reasoning presented by
    • astral body in ordinary life, but we can quite easily see part of it
    • something quite strange — the astral body contains even those
    • on what was missed earlier. It is quite grotesque when people
    • quite certainly less important than someone displaying sound judgment
    • doing something quite special in preserving them.
    • quite obscure feelings and does not “know” things, much
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    • what he is told with his ideas, which, of course, originated on quite
    • not quite correct to say “I perceive the beings of the
    • perception of the spiritual world is quite different from that on the
    • quite clear about this and must not think that growing into the
    • from the physical world. For my part, I admit quite openly that
    • Such a statement can be quite correct without anyone
    • physical body, something that turned out to be quite different from
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    • the spiritual world; therefore quite naturally they had a fear of
    • themselves. They are tempted to think that things are quite different
    • It is quite possible these
    • have to work with quite different forces. Christ was the Word; in the
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    • look at an object or a being and say, quite rightly, I perceive that
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    • develop abilities that are quite different from those we normally
    • something quite different from water. We can use this as a metaphor
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    • In 1867, the appearance of a stranger still created quite a stir
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    • can of course only approach quite gradually the solution of the whole
    • parents, and not in the grandparents, but which comes from quite
    • placed. Surely it is quite self-evident that the qualities of the
    • question arises: How can that which has its origin in quite other
    • one another in a quite definite way. We understand this in detail,
    • circulation. This “quite special fluid” is the expression
    • system were active, being quite especially prominent as the
    • phlegmatic. In this way quite wonderful things can sometimes be
    • is good for us to occupy ourselves as much as possible with quite
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    • can of course only approach quite gradually the solution of the whole
    • parents, and not in the grandparents, but which comes from quite
    • placed. Surely it is quite self-evident that the qualities of the
    • question arises: How can that which has its origin in quite other
    • one another in a quite definite way. We understand this in detail,
    • circulation. This “quite special fluid” is the expression
    • system were active, being quite especially prominent as the
    • phlegmatic. In this way quite wonderful things can sometimes be
    • is good for us to occupy ourselves as much as possible with quite
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    • misunderstand it. These things are a quite inevitable accompaniment
    • — something. That is a turn of phrase which comes quite
    • to-day, but he was quite differently related to something that comes
    • belonging to the Rhine is quite adequately designated by the
    • we can look into men's souls, that their relation to speech was quite
    • responded in a quite different way to the experiences then available
    • these nationalities had quite different relations with one another,
    • and in establishing these relations they were prompted by quite
    • indicated, it will be quite evident that this modern age of ours
    • that is of course quite obvious.
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    • misunderstand it. These things are a quite inevitable accompaniment
    • — something. That is a turn of phrase which comes quite
    • to-day, but he was quite differently related to something that comes
    • belonging to the Rhine is quite adequately designated by the
    • we can look into men's souls, that their relation to speech was quite
    • responded in a quite different way to the experiences then available
    • these nationalities had quite different relations with one another,
    • and in establishing these relations they were prompted by quite
    • indicated, it will be quite evident that this modern age of ours
    • that is of course quite obvious.
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    • were incarnated somewhere quite different, under entirely different
    • incarnated who in earlier incarnations lived in quite different
    • It is, of course, quite true that most people fight shy of taking the
    • previous occasions are quite correct but for reasons which will be
    • quite obvious to you, it is only possible to deal adequately with a
    • It is quite useless today to dabble superficially in the idea of
    • another to a different region and it is finally quite obvious that
    • America are quite unconscious of it, what they are really trying to
    • Be quite clear on one point, my dear friends. The vast majority of
    • they are given at school. It is quite obvious that human beings today
    • We may as well realize at once that in most cases it is quite
    • the abstract they may understand quite well. All the same, it
    • idea in the abstract, it is quite possible to throw light on history
    • reincarnation — will be quite different, simply because their
    • whether it can ever be a conscious experience — that is quite
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    • were incarnated somewhere quite different, under entirely different
    • incarnated who in earlier incarnations lived in quite different
    • It is, of course, quite true that most people fight shy of taking the
    • previous occasions are quite correct but for reasons which will be
    • quite obvious to you, it is only possible to deal adequately with a
    • It is quite useless today to dabble superficially in the idea of
    • another to a different region and it is finally quite obvious that
    • America are quite unconscious of it, what they are really trying to
    • Be quite clear on one point, my dear friends. The vast majority of
    • they are given at school. It is quite obvious that human beings today
    • We may as well realize at once that in most cases it is quite
    • the abstract they may understand quite well. All the same, it
    • idea in the abstract, it is quite possible to throw light on history
    • reincarnation — will be quite different, simply because their
    • whether it can ever be a conscious experience — that is quite
  • Title: Lecture: On Chaos and Cosmos
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    • many words have assumed quite a different meaning. Formerly it was
    • probably be quite impossible in a hundred years' time. We have
    • In the 14th and 15th centuries there were quite
    • either quite unreliable, or if correct, came out of betrayal. Only
    • passes over into quite another form. This new condition, the
    • Godhead. This ancient idea contains quite another concept of Spirit
    • air, quite silently and unseen by us, so did the Spirit of God hover
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    • many words have assumed quite a different meaning. Formerly it was
    • probably be quite impossible in a hundred years' time. We have
    • In the 14th and 15th centuries there were quite
    • either quite unreliable, or if correct, came out of betrayal. Only
    • passes over into quite another form. This new condition, the
    • Godhead. This ancient idea contains quite another concept of Spirit
    • air, quite silently and unseen by us, so did the Spirit of God hover
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    • Now someone might come along and say: It is quite right that things
    • goodness must be something quite natural, and its good effect at some
    • The clairvoyant may now perceive something quite special: Another
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    • Now someone might come along and say: It is quite right that things
    • goodness must be something quite natural, and its good effect at some
    • The clairvoyant may now perceive something quite special: Another
  • Title: Lecture: The Inexpressible Name, Spirits of Space and Time.
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    • human intellect will take in future, are based upon quite definite
    • world quite differently from the way in which we perceive it now.
    • they should penetrate. For abstract sentences which are quite
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    • human intellect will take in future, are based upon quite definite
    • world quite differently from the way in which we perceive it now.
    • they should penetrate. For abstract sentences which are quite
  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Being in the Physical Human Being
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    • us in the course of 24 hours. It is quite wrong to compare man's
    • expression is not quite appropriate, for it is difficult to coin
    • was greatly alarmed and said that quite recently a man had been
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    • us in the course of 24 hours. It is quite wrong to compare man's
    • expression is not quite appropriate, for it is difficult to coin
    • was greatly alarmed and said that quite recently a man had been
  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: About the Transcripts of Lectures
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    • public and the private publications are in fact two quite different
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    • itself, it undoubtedly gives (quite apart from the dubious associations
  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture I: Anthroposophy as What Men Long For Today
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    • friends, I know quite well it is not I who have spoken these words.
    • a member of a quite different one. But the great riddle, the anxious
    • he shows how the human form in fact has an origin quite different
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    • body is destructive, not constructive. So we must look quite outside
    • ordinary thinking I am really quite passive. I allow something to happen
    • how man is placed in the world in a quite different way from what appears
    • this, however, we are led along paths of thought with which man is quite
    • fifty grammes at the most; one can get along quite well with twenty
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    • of the moon is, in fact, like that of the earth before it became quite
    • years. You may then calculate, quite correctly, what the configuration
    • may be quite correct — only, his heart was not there three hundred
    • of the moon — quite apart from their passage through repeated
    • converse takes place in a quite concrete way, even when he is not with
    • insured accordingly. Now, one gets on quite well with such insurance,
    • is quite correct. The correctness of the reasoning has no significance
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    • in a quite elementary way. We shall then see that impulses from the
    • You can quite easily study the opposition, to which I here refer, in
    • one quite simple fact. You are looking, let us say, at some part of
    • which is less clearly experienced, and our willing, which is quite hidden
    • cannot be like beings driven by necessity, we rise to a world quite
    • it is some quite ordinary matter. He speaks with a definite aim in view,
    • but is not quite happy about it. He wants something, and yet does not
    • want it; he cannot come to a decision. He is not quite happy about his
    • fully conscious way. One can quite easily return, with all one's wonted
    • We now become conscious of something quite definite, which can be described
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    • at the base of the brain, would quite compress them. If our brain actually
    • however, all these conditions are found to be quite different from what
    • incarnation as something quite other than ourself. Then, when our cognitive
    • experience warmth within us quite differently from anything else.
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    • we wake. This would doubtless be a quite absurd thought, even for ordinary
    • should now like to describe this in quite a crude way. Suppose such
    • quite consciously before, at least in this life. They come to us like
    • All this becomes quite different at death. The most striking change
    • are known as psychologists have developed quite curious ideas about
    • is not thought that passes down but something quite different. It is
    • thereby quite shadowy, and completely disappears.
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    • asleep and dreaming, compose subjects for quite good paintings. If you
    • symbolised so beautifully, he is quite startled, for he has not the
    • He dreams he goes in. It soon begins to grow dark, then quite dark.
    • The pictures are quite different from what he had experienced. He could
    • I have put before you today in a quite external way, you can see the
    • reminiscences of this earthly life, but of what preceded it. It is quite
    • dream-picture and the imaginative picture, as we now see quite clearly.
    • quite obliterated from his consciousness. He remembered the last thing
    • such people and makes them quite excited. To take dreams seriously —
    • something which shows they never quite wake up in regard to certain inner
  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture VIII: Dreams, Imaginative Cognition, and the Building of Destiny
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    • imaginative consciousness is quite different from its appearance to
    • he can quite well judge the world of dreams; for, side by side with
    • present I am only speaking of ‘imagination’ — is quite
    • related to man's spiritual being in quite a definite way. We see that, in
    • for the spiritual world does really appear quite different from the
    • one gradually comes to feel quite feeble-minded, for with the acutest
    • is preserved in memory occupies a quite special place in the waking
    • actions, which had remained subconscious before. We begin to feel quite
    • is quite alive in us, we are ready to follow human life farther, beyond
    • the above when asleep; but it remained quite unconscious. The difference
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    • now study memory from yet another point of view. It is quite easy to
    • find things arising which have quite certainly been experienced, but
    • thin, unless you are quite specially constituted. On entering the world
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    • Century people everywhere spoke in quite a different way, their
    • quite natural reaction, to accept the concept of miracle. The more
    • I say quite frankly that in the sixties of the Nineteenth Century in
    • had to master the concept of miracle in quite a different way than
    • historic facts are quite unknown to most people, and it is necessary
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    • stated quite concretely. One has to remember that modern civilization
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    • thinking ordered in accordance with quite external relationships, is
    • world. It is never spoken of, and for a quite definite reason.
    • being is born on the earth, a quite new soul unites with his physical
    • sense. It means that the human being gets quite another consciousness
    • not? Because a quite new consciousness was arising in humanity. This
    • Catholic Church knows quite well what I am now saying, that the
    • Now, my dear friends, this, too, must be said quite frankly. The
    • mistaken, and it is quite clear from the rubbish that appears in
  • Title: Lecture: Conscience and Astonishment as Indications of Spiritual Vision in Past and Future
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    • as the activity of conscience was something quite different among the
    • experienced by every human being? Consideration even by the quite
    • something quite differently, then there descends with one's
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    • as the activity of conscience was something quite different among the
    • experienced by every human being? Consideration even by the quite
    • something quite differently, then there descends with one's
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    • souls has become quite different from what it was before that time.
    • Such a lack of harmony in human experience would have been quite
    • characteristics. To a dispassionate view this is quite clear; men
    • I want you to be quite clear as to what is involved. Man is already
    • quite unworkable. All such things bring modern civilisation up
    • the social structure something quite different, something of which
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    • souls has become quite different from what it was before that time.
    • Such a lack of harmony in human experience would have been quite
    • characteristics. To a dispassionate view this is quite clear; men
    • I want you to be quite clear as to what is involved. Man is already
    • quite unworkable. All such things bring modern civilisation up
    • the social structure something quite different, something of which
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    • acquired and experienced quite apart from any relation to what
    • the spiritual world and of the eternal in the human being has quite
    • has brought to humanity quite remarkable blessings of a material
    • enjoyed it, then we are not quite the same as we were.
    • therefore quite naturally and inevitably to morality. As regards
    • Materialism is quite right as far as earthly consciousness is
    • he was quite a little child, his life took a direction that was to
    • the next life on earth, can work there quite definitely as a
    • researcher severs itself from him and becomes objective; he is quite
    • with him in quite an intimate manner, for it speaks directly to the
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    • acquired and experienced quite apart from any relation to what
    • the spiritual world and of the eternal in the human being has quite
    • has brought to humanity quite remarkable blessings of a material
    • enjoyed it, then we are not quite the same as we were.
    • therefore quite naturally and inevitably to morality. As regards
    • Materialism is quite right as far as earthly consciousness is
    • he was quite a little child, his life took a direction that was to
    • the next life on earth, can work there quite definitely as a
    • researcher severs itself from him and becomes objective; he is quite
    • with him in quite an intimate manner, for it speaks directly to the
  • Title: Lecture: How Can the Destitution of Soul in Modern Times Be Overcome?
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    • This can be quite good, and may be necessary, because external
    • seem strange now, but is quite simply true; and although at present
    • Their experience in the spiritual sphere was quite different, it was
    • social sphere where a quite different way of living must be adopted,
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    • This can be quite good, and may be necessary, because external
    • seem strange now, but is quite simply true; and although at present
    • Their experience in the spiritual sphere was quite different, it was
    • social sphere where a quite different way of living must be adopted,
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    • the physical world he quite rightly does not pay attention to his thinking
    • being. There he felt quite differently about the world than he felt in his
    • truths in former times did not take this view. They were quite clear about
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    • the physical world he quite rightly does not pay attention to his thinking
    • being. There he felt quite differently about the world than he felt in his
    • truths in former times did not take this view. They were quite clear about
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    • proclaimed, and in a language which at the time had quite another
    • sounded quite different then. Paul sought continually to awaken in man
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    • proclaimed, and in a language which at the time had quite another
    • sounded quite different then. Paul sought continually to awaken in man
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    • branch of science, for example. They also did not make things quite
    • she always saw quite clearly the necessity prevailing in our Society).
    • And yet, what these anthroposophists are bringing forward is quite contrary
    • by however, I came to quite a different conclusion; namely, that what
    • I may also declare myself not quite in agreement with another matter
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    • This is a thing you can either take quite strictly, or else you can
    • doubt, stirring by hand has quite another significance than mechanical
    • quite out of proportion to the number. Can the given quantity of water
    • Western hemisphere — is quite a different thing from life in the
    • Eastern hemisphere. Life in Africa, Asia or Europe has quite another
    • In all probability the horn of the ox would be quite ineffective, and
    • with the sainfoin, you will find the seed-forming process quite suppressed
    • explained, are inwardly quite clear and transparent. Moreover, such
    • in yesterday's lecture. For when you meditate you live quite differently
    • Moreover, they looked quite different — there was something homely
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    • prove quite so practical in course of time. When the soil has its tradition,
    • being piled up loosely; nor do I know if it is quite literally true,
    • as you suggest, that it becomes quite odourless. If you do
    • Answer: Quite
    • can do as it likes. It is quite good if it is grown over. It may even
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    • but these conditions would become quite general. Such a state of affairs
    • is quite evident. Nevertheless, it may be pointed out that there have
    • other question, it is quite right: the method I indicated for the nematode
    • which is now being shewn. The latter is quite useless. The one you refer
    • into something. It has so great a radius of influence that it is quite
    • will certainly be possible, quite as a matter of course.
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    • New Moon, therefore, from the time when the Moon appears as a quite
    • by these homoeopathic doses. The insect has quite another kind of sensitiveness;
    • quite true; man's inner life will become different if these things are
    • in you at all, that it is surely quite unthinkable without your being
    • is quite sufficient. Take that as your maximum measure of what is not
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    • came when it was considered quite an achievement to keep this crop growing
    • to 1:100 million — are quite conceivable at the present stage
    • was more surprising — he seemed quite familiar with the methods
    • plant nutrients showed that the same soil tested quite differently at
    • collaborators would have written quite differently, and about different
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    • be able to tell quite fully what this is.
    • to quite other causes than the real ones, namely, the feeding of the
    • he could not quite get hold of chemically. He puts them side by side
    • that the plants unfold a quite extraordinary life. The substances he
    • he looked at the flowers: “They none of them seem to feel quite
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    • which drew us hither, quite as a matter of course, the moment the
    • they may be, I am quite sure that every single one of us will go away
    • doubt, it is quite right that we should not superficially connect the
    • appearing — to begin with — quite independent not only of
    • quite stunted — they would have no full ears at all.
    • Jupiter and Mars. These forces must be regarded in quite a different
    • growth of plants in quite a different way, albeit, I need hardly say,
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    • diaphragm. (Though it is not quite exact, it will suffice us for
    • certain extent this is quite true. When the earthly protein is built
    • process quite exactly. Assume you have a plant growing upward from
    • yellow sunflower — it is not quite rightly so called, it is
    • possible quite easily to transform one plant into another; hence it
    • the Moon. This sunlight thrown back by the Moon is quite ineffective
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    • lecture we shall consider Nature's activity quite generally
    • our time when speaking about carbon. It is quite true, carbon occurs
    • nobody knows of that! It is quite true, for ordinary life you can say
    • the nitrogen knows very well indeed, and knows it quite correctly.
    • cannot behave quite so simply.
    • at length to see quite clearly; then we shall gain a kind of
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    • True, this is not quite so bad in Agriculture; here they do not always
    • is something that expresses quite exactly — yet in a kind of personal
    • obtain quite a definite result. When you manure the soil with this compost,
    • embryonic stages. They would remain so; they would look quite grotesque.
    • have been worked out, but quite intentionally, precise details have
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    • we are really exploiting the land is quite correct. Indeed,
    • Unlike the former instance (the cow, which is quite different), these
    • an image of the Cosmos. We thereby give the yarrow the power quite essentially
    • of this disease or that. It is quite right to do so. If we pursue pure
    • it, and in healing quite other points of view are important than those
    • between plant-nature and the living earthy nature, quite in the way
    • I know quite well, those
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    • little ash, but that does not matter. Quite literally, for the plants
    • this way. Quite generally speaking, you have far-reaching possibilities
    • underlying feeling: the experimenters themselves are not quite happy
    • to do in this case is also not quite applicable on a single estate by
    • planetary forces. For you must do something quite definite with the
    • it may not have been done quite thoroughly. But the effect will certainly
    • die out. Thus, for each living creature, there are quite definite conditions.
    • In Cancer it appears quite feebly, and it is feeble again when you come
    • quantities are sufficient — a homoeopathic dose is quite enough.
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    • Outwardly Seen, to begin with, it is quite different from a herbaceous
    • quite different. But we must learn to perceive in what way the tree
    • are gatherings of astral substance; quite clearly, they are gatherers
    • The insects said, one day: We do not feel quite strong enough to work
    • be done by quite other things in unwooded districts. This we should
    • learn to understand. The growth of the soil is subject to quite other
    • will reveal, quite generally speaking, the relation of plant to animal-nature,
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    • the body has quite another significance than that of a combustion-process.
    • Combustion is a process in mineral or lifeless Nature. Quite apart from
    • describe the animal rather differently from man. For man, we speak quite
    • to sustain itself. As far as possible — not quite! Why not? The
    • For instance, you can see quite clearly and straightforwardly that carrots
    • do things in this way quite consciously and deliberately. Thus you will
    • is quite correct. It is only unsystematic, lacking in precision. Precisely
    • quite unprovided for. Some earthly substance must still be able to pass
    • to the animal; it would be quite possible to accustom animals to tomatoes).
    • in the human body. Therefore, quite generally speaking, liver diseases
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    • was quite permeated by this thought. At the same time he
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    • was quite permeated by this thought. At the same time he
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    • Richard Wagner has for the occultist quite a unique
    • quite exact knowledge, also, of which family or clan would
    • He founds a kingdom that is quite remote from any such
    • something quite different from ordinary blood. Wagner has
    • listen to it receive in their ether body quite special
    • understanding of the quite individual way in which Wagner
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    • Richard Wagner has for the occultist quite a unique
    • quite exact knowledge, also, of which family or clan would
    • He founds a kingdom that is quite remote from any such
    • something quite different from ordinary blood. Wagner has
    • listen to it receive in their ether body quite special
    • understanding of the quite individual way in which Wagner
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    • realize quite clearly that everything a human being takes
    • part, the thoracic man, and quite old in regard to the
    • It is only necessary to take things quite earnestly, even
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    • realize quite clearly that everything a human being takes
    • part, the thoracic man, and quite old in regard to the
    • It is only necessary to take things quite earnestly, even
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    • the egos of quite large plant groups, and in the highest parts of Devachan
    • is offered them for their activity. The physical conditions are quite
    • different there, the atmosphere for instance is quite different and
    • certain country, can also learn to grasp how a quite definite national
    • where such a fact was presented from quite a different aspect. There
    • into him through eyes and ears and the whole skin. It is quite frightful,
    • that are highly prized in human society — quite apart from what
    • into human sense perception in perfumes. I could refer you to quite
    • knowledge of these facts, but he was quite clear about the effects.
    • picture man to ourselves as quite a complicated being, as an associate
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    • dwelling place with quite different characteristics. On the other hand
    • belonging to the Fire-Spirits, had not quite kept up with them in cosmic
    • the Mercury and Venus beings on the earth is of a quite special interest.
    • quite slowly and gradually from the time of the moon-separation. But
    • activity, the one quite unconscious to man inasmuch as they developed
    • quite calmly. It will be quite different in fifty years' time, for the
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    • quite different from the nature of our present earthly planet. On Saturn
    • in quite a different form — namely, the warmth contained in your
    • time did not consist of flesh and blood as it does today; it was a quite
    • world. But man was not yet quite independent, much was still regulated
    • was a quite dim clairvoyance, and when in this ancient primeval time
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    • If we quite briefly look
    • which still has a quite soft place on the top of the head. Imagine this
    • place quite open, and imagine a warmth-current coming from outside into
    • remained. And here you must be aware of a law: you must be quite clear
    • water. It was a quite amazing period of our earth's evolution. Something
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    • A quite different task
    • incarnations. That is expressed in occultism quite definitely by saying:
    • of his soul. Man will have then quite a different physiognomy; by the
    • that matter could someday become quite different from matter. What could
    • legal idea of the personality. It is only a quite perverted scholarship
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    • in quite a dull state of consciousness on ancient Saturn, there were
    • need the whole succession of beings? Man can quite well come to a direct
    • stand today looked quite different a few centuries ago; the earth is
    • there were mighty forests here, there were quite other plants and animals.
    • man meets a ground that presents quite a different picture; he always
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    • and perceptions. I should like to relate quite simply and plainly how
    • to delusion if we imagined quite abstractly that the physical body had
    • something occurs which no longer seems quite to fit in with what I have
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    • found at quite definite places, namely, where there is a certain contact
    • stands on quite a different page of cosmic evolution. Bees and blossoms
    • in a special way — moreover a quite remarkable force is unfolded
    • of man was quite different; in the bodies in which we were incorporated
    • at that time our souls had quite different experiences. There is one
    • time. It was because the memory of early mankind was quite different
    • not know that the giving of names in former times was quite different
    • things at all. A fundamental consciousness mediating quite differently
    • to have his own religion. The idea floats before quite a number that
    • of group soul, though in quite a different sense from the early group
    • be of quite an evil nature. Whereas those which have arisen from the
    • for finding nourishment, and they find it in particular where not quite
    • is to be found. They are quite shrewd too, full of a natural wisdom.
    • things which are explained quite abstractly today have often sprung
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    • facts. In order to realize that man is not quite the simple being which
    • cycle is quite a different being from what he is by day. His physical
    • we call the ego. Thus the human being has evolved quite slowly and gradually.
    • They were quite different organs on ancient Saturn, but their first
    • to be physical and to be mineral are two quite different things. The
    • it receives sound in quite a definite way; to the mineral nature of
    • is no longer there. That is quite out of the question. Never can a nervous
    • an activity quite independently. He can only do so under the guidance
    • effects in human life. Humanity would have advanced quite differently
    • the relation of etheric body to physical body was quite different from
    • etheric part practically coincide. That was quite different in ancient
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    • Man can positively so act as to come into quite definite relations
    • — let us say, in the Pyramids — is something quite different.
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    • in the world and in the evolution of humanity it is quite
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    • quite true, how these people felt and experienced it. They
    • be experienced in the 13th or 14th century, are quite
    • would say to themselves, ‘Is it quite right for me to
    • — were still so constituted that they were quite
    • many men has become quite automatic. We of today are
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    • book!’ In reality, of course, it is there in quite a
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    • the earth. So we say: but it is not quite correct.
    • quite instinctively; so that the question did not really
    • and with his present feeling — which was not quite
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    • the 19th century. Quite as a matter of course one sees it
    • For they, even then, had not been quite weary of Paganism.
    • not grow into them quite naturally? Do we say it is a thing
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    • emerges in his dreams is quite sporadic.
    • persisted even though quite different peoples inhabited
    • things vanished altogether. Then there arose quite a
    • quite impossible for us to know in our lives, for it did
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    • this has now been accomplished. Though it is not quite
    • adhered to quite different things. This stupendous deed
    • Intelligence. Quite distinctly they saw from the Sun that
    • in the new Michael Age something quite different would be
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    • Golgotha quite differently. For Christ was coming down to
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    • human beings today would be quite different if such things
    • not able to come to terms with the world: they cannot quite
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    • other hand, who out of an inner impulse quite consciously
    • wrong, it is quite right. Here lies the reason. And the
    • become so unbelievably clever. Why, we are quite nervous
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    • taught in a quite different way than is the case today.
    • among peoples who had quite other ideas in their minds,
    • (Darwin knew quite a bit), knows that the Darwinist
    • Understanding that, one comes quite logically to the
    • clairvoyant power, he will arrive on this path quite
    • reincarnation idea must be quite openly transmitted to this
    • upon the apostles, which at first seems quite
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    • opportunity, the human soul must free itself of quite a few
    • night. The appearance of the earth around us is quite
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    • the effect of causing him to be quite sad when he observed
    • already have enough enemies and they act in a quite
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    • in Nürnberg, this new volume is quite useful just because of its
    • to have brought something quite other to humanity. Emil Bock in his
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    • but they are really mixtures and are quite unlike those distinct
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    • That is quite properly what is characteristic for the souls of this
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    • in quite another way. But the spiritual power, the spiritual impulse that was
    • observes history concretely in its spiritual development can see quite
    • to come. Only under certain quite definite conditions can one learn anything
    • ether body travels quite a different path from our physical body. After we
    • was quite different from what it is now. You will know from the descriptions
    • the sole influence working in history, quite a different evolution would have
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    • in quite another way. But the spiritual power, the spiritual impulse that was
    • observes history concretely in its spiritual development can see quite
    • to come. Only under certain quite definite conditions can one learn anything
    • ether body travels quite a different path from our physical body. After we
    • was quite different from what it is now. You will know from the descriptions
    • the sole influence working in history, quite a different evolution would have
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    • structure. Here again we can quite easily distinguish between the
    • inside it. I shall first state quite hypothetically that this spinal
    • underlying the brain, which we quite properly consider to be the
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    • concepts and feelings, we shall come quite easily to the thought that
    • “valves” to-day, but shall rather call attention, quite
    • to the man as if he had quite consciously lifted a portion of his
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    • beside them or outside them. He knows quite definitely when he has a
    • within him. It is indeed, something quite different that appears. Now
    • that it is quite comprehensible that all activities in the entire
    • rest of the universe surrounding it, this signifies that it quite
    • quite possible for him to oppose the idea that there is a deeper
    • together. If we practise such a method of study as this, quite apart
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    • substance taken in as food, a substance quite neutral in its relation
    • mass in itself quite inert. This is not true, however, of nutritive
    • It is quite possible
    • is not such that the world leaves us quite passive — that it
    • thoughts, feelings and so forth, quite as truly as do the stomach,
    • be something quite simple: the memory of a tree, let us say, or an
    • us now imagine ourselves within the human ether-body — quite
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    • and then shape these in quite definite ways in the physical organism.
    • quite definite way — cause the ruin of the organism so that it
    • else will become quite clear to you. A materialistic thinker, for instance,
    • too far and would be quite unjustified. The human organism is, indeed,
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    • the nerve-terminations, commonly although not quite correctly called
    • hindrance, and that process which transports substances quite
    • teaches us that certain forms which in later life are quite clearly
    • might say, quite independent of the human ego, and yet adapted to its
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    • will at first startle anyone who accepts quite pedantically, and in a
    • something quite different which causes the person to become conscious
    • we shall then have to be quite clear that these irregularities, which
    • organism is quite plainly connected with the becoming organism, with
    • will then become clear to us, quite of itself, how the remaining
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    • although, of course, the process is quite different in the human
    • This is quite conceivable, and the fluids in the lower organisms do
    • blood. He might thus quite easily form an opinion about
    • observe the liver, the gallbladder, the spleen (this follows quite
    • a jumble of superstition, it sounds quite amazing when he hears that
    • systematically, this picture that we have formed will one day, quite
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    • we shall become thoroughly convinced that it would be quite wrong to
    • Hebrew tongue, a language which works upon the soul quite differently
    • arose out of psychic conditions quite different from those of
    • be quite clear as to the point of time in evolution we are speaking
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    • are external expressions of spiritual Beings. It would not be quite
    • the element of warmth. It would of course be quite inaccurate to say
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    • separated the airy from the fluid nature.” That is a quite
    • begin to hear quite a different language in the Genesis account.
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    • existence which we call Saturn. We must be quite clear that this
    • warmth. Let us get hold of that quite clearly. The Genesis account
    • and life ethers. In order to be quite sure that nothing is left vague
    • creation gives us, quite in accordance with the facts, what we must
    • evolutions, I quite deliberately and scrupulously ignored anything
    • was able to discover quite independently of that ancient record. But
    • ancient times needed quite a different kind of feeling from what we
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    • For example we should be quite justified in raising the question in
    • in the recapitulation also. Thus, quite rightly, in the first verse
    • physical body is quite different in sleep, when the astral body with
    • acting from without. Hence it is quite in accordance with the facts
    • too, quite in accordance with the facts. When you turn to the
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    • the Elohim. Up to the present we have, from quite a different
    • masses into cloud. I know quite well that the modern physicist cannot
    • strikes a match. Quite different forces are at work when the element
    • part, the style is quite different. It is not possible that the same
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    • would be quite wrong for Johannes Thomasius to regard this as
    • arose were in the main quite different from the objects of our
    • quite wrong; at any rate that would be the case to begin with. What is
    • one's own inner being. Such an organic consciousness was quite
    • be taken quite seriously. All man's organs have been formed by
    • it. So all the other planets, including the sun, were quite
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    • us when we are asleep, though the astral form is now quite different
    • emphasise that it would be quite wrong to believe that you would have
    • influence given from quite a different aspect. But when we have come
    • cloud formation something quite different from the formation of water
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    • second, separate account of creation; really it is quite consistent
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    • Anthroposophy clearly recognises that people are quite right when in
    • clearly surveyed, so that the processes become, as it were, quite
    • can be surveyed and which are quite new to us.
    • Why must such a concept or complex of concepts be something quite
    • new? When we draw reminiscences out of memory, we can never be quite
    • and because we are quite sure that a sense-perception is not drawn in
    • Then one comes to quite a new way of thinking. The old way of
    • experiment for a long time, yet they will only come to quite abstract
    • which I have spoken, so that our consciousness is quite empty. The
    • within the medium of time, but that quite another process takes place
    • only turned inside out, but takes on quite a different shape through
    • investigator should carry out these exercises quite systematically.
    • quite special. Let me explain this by a comparison.
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    • Anthroposophy clearly recognises that people are quite right when in
    • clearly surveyed, so that the processes become, as it were, quite
    • can be surveyed and which are quite new to us.
    • Why must such a concept or complex of concepts be something quite
    • new? When we draw reminiscences out of memory, we can never be quite
    • and because we are quite sure that a sense-perception is not drawn in
    • Then one comes to quite a new way of thinking. The old way of
    • experiment for a long time, yet they will only come to quite abstract
    • which I have spoken, so that our consciousness is quite empty. The
    • within the medium of time, but that quite another process takes place
    • only turned inside out, but takes on quite a different shape through
    • investigator should carry out these exercises quite systematically.
    • quite special. Let me explain this by a comparison.
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    • spiritual world must, and this is quite natural and proper, take his
    • soul, so that these depths look quite different from what we call our
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    • spiritual world must, and this is quite natural and proper, take his
    • soul, so that these depths look quite different from what we call our
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    • two quite different things, built upon different foundations. The public
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    • speak, quite regardless of our own inclinations, regardless of what
    • art will know that we are aiming at something quite different. They
    • to the two ladies who have co-operated with me in quite a special
    • is something quite different from the customary stage technique. We
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    • in the world around me (a plant kingdom quite different from our
    • day. All the relationships and conditions of life were quite
    • particular have become quite different. In olden times what we call
    • sickness and health were due to quite other causes. In those times
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    • be quite clear that there are things which form part of a system of
    • have quite different things to say about the rainbow too. We say to
    • something quite different from the momentary thought, that is what
    • is something quite different from what it is in the physical world.
    • body are bound to taste quite different, if I may so express it. As
    • Knowledge of one's own astral body has to be described in quite
    • can be expressed. There is something which shows quite
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    • — whom he really thought of as quite remote from human nature.
    • so to say, one whose destiny, whose whole life, seems in a way quite
    • they stand to us. We know that, under quite different conditions of
    • instructed in such things said quite seriously that at that time
    • are next above man, the Angels. In the Greek period quite special
    • rejected the Christ Impulse we have a science which is quite
    • be quite clear that the Beings who were pressing forward towards
    • be quite wrong. From the universal rule that the real, guiding
    • Greeks quite in the way I have expressed it, but it nevertheless
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    • quite clear from the way in which they depicted their gods, giving
    • men had to do. It follows from this that the Greeks knew quite well
    • of what he experienced. You find it all there, quite realistically
    • realise that it describes quite realistically, in all detail, actual
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    • today was quite unknown to the ancient Greek. If we call to mind what
    • encounter this ego once. Although we know quite well that there are
    • quite different; the ego too for clairvoyant consciousness is
    • below, in the physical world, the physical body has only a quite
    • in the physical world is in its physical manifestation quite in
    • consciousness, bodies of quite different appearance from physical
    • even the Bible recognises that quite a different bodily form, one
    • the matter from another aspect, which throws quite a different light
    • that it is also dependent upon forces which come from quite another
    • spiritual world, and has become a quite different being, a being
    • about with quite different-looking physical forms. Secretly, in the
    • would be quite different from our external human body. But this
    • soul has given a graphic answer to this world-riddle quite in
    • man. But a geology, a palaeontology, of quite a different kind has
    • outside the physical body. To burrow in the earth is quite absurd; in
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    • we have certainly seen how much of what we come to know today in quite
    • another way is to be found there as something quite obvious. When we
    • manner. It is of course quite another question whether the argument
    • we are examining is quite easy to understand.
    • is obliged to say: ‘Then it is quite impossible to learn to
    • endeavour to press on by quite another path than that of ordinary
    • that something quite different from ordinary knowledge was cultivated
    • in quite another way from all that man meets in ordinary exoteric
    • begin from something seemingly quite unimportant. As soon as one
    • not to illusion — one has to set about it in quite a different
    • the second half of the life between death and rebirth quite different
    • quite trivial but is nevertheless important. If one wants to describe
    • as to acknowledge quite consciously: ‘If you reject the
    • that quite consciously, for it is inevitable. One must face up to the
    • is a contradiction!’ In reality it is quite possible to test
    • quite a different part of his soul. It does not follow that his
    • sometimes assume quite different names when they enter into the
    • experienced a revival in Plato. And we admire Platonism in quite
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    • consciousness is quite unaware. A treasure slumbers in the deepest
    • of all courage; we recognise: ‘It is quite impossible for you
    • the normal consciousness today is quite unaware, and that when in the
    • We must be quite
    • clear that, in fact, man's appearance today is quite different
    • to know about it, we should be quite unable to make use of our brain
    • quite obvious. It is shown in the fact that our entire self,
    • entire being into us, streams of which we are quite unconscious; and
    • Being in Earth evolution through whom something quite new can enter
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    • from the heart in quite distinct currents and permeate the brain; we
    • quite other substantial things connected with the Earth, and these
    • trees, from a certain aspect quite correctly. The relationships which
    • they quite rightly recognise have been brought about as the result of
    • directions. Actually it is quite wrong to describe the animals which
    • are known in zoology as mammals as the Darwinists do. It is quite
    • course of their development been subjected to quite different
    • external science. During the course of the Atlantean epoch quite
    • admit that the forces at work in the mammals are quite different from
    • It is quite different
    • around the head, quite near the skin of the head, has a thickening,
    • aura of a Magdalene is quite different from that of a Mary! The
    • to discover him to be something quite different. We could then either
    • be quite wrong to look upon what was expressed in our first
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    • instance how the ancient Greeks got rid of this wonder in quite a
    • scientific path which is quite practicable, even though to modern
    • But it is quite
    • chemistry it will in the future appear quite reasonable. When we
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    • that it is one thing to perceive the radiance, and quite another to
    • The situation is quite
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    • Gospel of St. Matthew is concerned primarily, with a quite different
    • spiritual world come to Joseph in his dreams. Quite naturally he is
    • been reached. What must now happen? Something quite specific. The human
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    • — which arrived by quite another path — came the principles
    • will come in the future — this was quite usual in the times both
    • by strict and strenuous rules. These rules, since they belonged to quite
    • in ancient time it might have been quite possible, by leaving the hair
    • something quite different came to light. Among those who were baptised
    • altogether different, a quite new being. The few who experienced this at
    • their deepest meaning. It is quite wrong that students of these matters
    • initiation something of a quite different nature. Hence he could not
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    • quite new and unaccustomed ideas before one's hearers. In the
    • the simple reason that the facts of history are quite differently
    • such means of knowledge as are quite valid — e.g., in
    • Jung, who has quite recently written another pamphlet on
    • proposition, which is quite justifiable according to the modern
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    • than one significance, if by means of it we learn two quite different
    • would not be quite correct). The head however is not the only
    • from the head, it is something quite different; thus man, in so far
    • rate is quite different. Hence one who through knowledge has the gift
    • system of education is quite the contrary. If to-day in spite of
    • and chemistry, Valentine is quite incomprehensible. This is connected
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    • lecture — that, in this material age, man has really quite a
    • civilisation quite a new colouring.
    • preparation, we can quite impartially illumine such things by
    • It is quite possible for clairvoyant
    • quite possible. It proves, however, to be very, very different from
    • world of sense. Speaking quite in the concrete: if we talk to one
    • quite impossible, but to which they are only unaccustomed. The living
    • put — vanish in sleep-life because we are quite unaccustomed to
    • is quite different when one has a living consciousness, not merely of
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    • or two, then he turns to quite a different subject, while we feel it
    • worthy of remark happened, which would have been quite different if
    • try to make this individual, quite clear and concrete. Thus:
    • occurred. That is, let us be quite clear, what was the outer
    • although it is quite perceptible; and the man himself does not notice
    • is possible in quite a sound way — not by constantly treading
    • mature age. To-day it is regarded as right for quite a young man to
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    • quite different if he had gone out at the hour intended; how
    • something quite different would have befallen him in that half-hour
    • the lower consciousness of man quite inactive? For those who
    • is quite otherwise.
    • it as what we call fatigue, but it is something quite different. We
    • the deeper significance of which we experience as something quite
    • — indeed very objectively — and often falls out quite
    • quite objectively in its effects on the whole process of human
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    • aware of a quite distinct relation to the dead, that is, to become
    • our consciousness. We can imagine it quite ‘spatially;’
    • — knows quite well that perception alone is not sufficient; and
    • rule, we are quite satisfied when we have grasped a matter. The
    • antipathy; it generally feels quite differently from the ordinary
    • figurative, here it is quite suitable to say that the
    • quite true that if, on going into a street, we meet someone just
    • did have them with us quite irrespective of the fact that we have
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    • very difficult to find. It resembles gratitude to life, but is quite
    • organised quite differently from the rest of the organism. The head
    • quite crazy, such a man does not live in the world of reality; or if
    • another's (the whole matter would then of course be quite different,
    • of quite definite starry structures, in no way the same; each one of
    • us belongs to quite a distinct structure. From out [of] this instinct
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    • quite strange. But if you penetrate deeper into them you will
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    • quite strange. But if you penetrate deeper into them you will
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    • thinking and whole activity of mental picturing really takes on quite
    • seeing in which the human body appears in quite a new way. Above all,
    • super-sensible thinking, it is different. It would be quite impossible
    • men's souls onto quite a different level of development from the one
    • quite differently constituted before and after the middle of the
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    • thinking and whole activity of mental picturing really takes on quite
    • seeing in which the human body appears in quite a new way. Above all,
    • super-sensible thinking, it is different. It would be quite impossible
    • men's souls onto quite a different level of development from the one
    • quite differently constituted before and after the middle of the
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    • experience the cosmic New Year under quite new conditions on Earth,
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    • experience the cosmic New Year under quite new conditions on Earth,
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    • least whether a matter is correct or not, quite other things come
    • consciousness. We can quite correctly compare this with the images
    • quite correct assertion — that man is concerned with images and
    • then the world around us would appear quite different. An exceedingly
    • has been made by these methods of natural science, quite
    • thought has become quite unreliable. Therefore it becomes a
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    • least whether a matter is correct or not, quite other things come
    • consciousness. We can quite correctly compare this with the images
    • quite correct assertion — that man is concerned with images and
    • then the world around us would appear quite different. An exceedingly
    • has been made by these methods of natural science, quite
    • thought has become quite unreliable. Therefore it becomes a
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    • which will elude him unless he consciously develops it. It is quite
    • (which has quite another source) back to what is fundamentally
    • has once been acquired it is bound up with man's nature in quite
    • recently said quite frankly to a gathering attended by a number of
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    • which will elude him unless he consciously develops it. It is quite
    • (which has quite another source) back to what is fundamentally
    • has once been acquired it is bound up with man's nature in quite
    • recently said quite frankly to a gathering attended by a number of
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    • was unknown. It is a young and quite recent institution. In
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    • observe quite a different expression on the faces of new-born babies.
    • these souls there lives — though it is quite unconscious, of
    • thoughts that are powerless before the storm of events and quite
    • what is given in our books or presented in lectures. And we can quite
    • without. This has a quite definite effect on man. And now I am coming
    • decisive moment in human evolution. Of course it is quite easy, if we
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    • observe quite a different expression on the faces of new-born babies.
    • these souls there lives — though it is quite unconscious, of
    • thoughts that are powerless before the storm of events and quite
    • what is given in our books or presented in lectures. And we can quite
    • without. This has a quite definite effect on man. And now I am coming
    • decisive moment in human evolution. Of course it is quite easy, if we
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    • oneself to all the mockery and objections that must come quite
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    • oneself to all the mockery and objections that must come quite
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    • quite possible nowadays for a man to be very clever and at the same
    • quite different. In the sixth epoch, that is, from about the third
    • thirty-first year he will manifest quite different qualities, because
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    • quite possible nowadays for a man to be very clever and at the same
    • quite different. In the sixth epoch, that is, from about the third
    • thirty-first year he will manifest quite different qualities, because
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    • the organisation of man. Hence, it should be quite easy for each one
    • the 20th century. It is also quite possible, on the other hand
    • an important inspiration such as this may quite well appear as a
    • arises in us, is quite powerless to picture to the ordinary
    • is quite different, however, with those things which
    • can be active. It is necessary to place this quite clearly before our
    • my listeners did not understand quite clearly, day before yesterday,
    • quite a definite feeling, with a certain definite nuance, when he
    • not go any further. Unless we experience quite definite nuances of
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    • the organisation of man. Hence, it should be quite easy for each one
    • the 20th century. It is also quite possible, on the other hand
    • an important inspiration such as this may quite well appear as a
    • arises in us, is quite powerless to picture to the ordinary
    • is quite different, however, with those things which
    • can be active. It is necessary to place this quite clearly before our
    • my listeners did not understand quite clearly, day before yesterday,
    • quite a definite feeling, with a certain definite nuance, when he
    • not go any further. Unless we experience quite definite nuances of
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    • prepared in our time that a great many people will have quite
    • revealed to us. We must pursue knowledge quite individually, but our
    • already rarefied, it was nevertheless something quite real. Words
    • no longer use the brain, all scientific discussions are quite
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    • in the Middle Ages was quite different from what it has become in
    • Gospels thought quite differently than we do today. Modern readers
    • gets quite a different picture. He also shows it to everyone but now
    • for this would lead us too far afield, but you might recall a quite
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    • Perhaps the humanness is only an outer veil employed by quite another
    • on the basis of their external, illusory appearance. We must be quite
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    • quite natural that people then try to find out, on the basis of the
    • the result of quite other forces, which we will speak of presently.
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    • quite so easy to perceive. And yet they too are works of the spirit;
    • perhaps quite good to forget — he forgets himself. He forgets
    • accessible to him, which he can observe quite accurately — say,
    • vision widens, and he grasps the things of the world quite
    • exercise, will discover that they are quite unable to do it. They
    • on the following day you are able to decide quite differently —
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    • quite so easy to perceive. And yet they too are works of the spirit;
    • perhaps quite good to forget — he forgets himself. He forgets
    • accessible to him, which he can observe quite accurately — say,
    • vision widens, and he grasps the things of the world quite
    • exercise, will discover that they are quite unable to do it. They
    • on the following day you are able to decide quite differently —
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    • public life. Quite recently, there has been no little comment on
    • energy quite otherwise than really thinking what the professors are
    • crazy fellow you are, you are writing quite differently.’
    • in writing. I am quite sure, many a person would soon wean himself of
    • another thing which it is quite good to do as an exercise, though it
    • do, quite differently on occasion, so that we are not always obliged
    • would give you pleasure, but you can quite well do without it. Set
    • other's will. But now suppose that I stand quite alone, and in my own
    • does are quite out of keeping with his conduct in other respects. It
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    • public life. Quite recently, there has been no little comment on
    • energy quite otherwise than really thinking what the professors are
    • crazy fellow you are, you are writing quite differently.’
    • in writing. I am quite sure, many a person would soon wean himself of
    • another thing which it is quite good to do as an exercise, though it
    • do, quite differently on occasion, so that we are not always obliged
    • would give you pleasure, but you can quite well do without it. Set
    • other's will. But now suppose that I stand quite alone, and in my own
    • does are quite out of keeping with his conduct in other respects. It
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    • soul is then, indeed, quite distinctive. Perhaps we may best
    • is, in the first place, quite independent of man and the rest of the world.
    • angles to the other two. We learn to know this quite definite
    • In this abstraction the quite definite configuration of space is
    • disposition of the world, quite objective.
    • to be something quite different.
    • (in the mathematical sense) and quite correct. But anyone who knows
    • something quite special here. We could take a pendulum, for example,
    • manner we can find a quite real progression, even though,
    • knowledge was named quite differently then. In those ancient times
    • the word “savant” is not quite appropriate to these
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    • soul is then, indeed, quite distinctive. Perhaps we may best
    • is, in the first place, quite independent of man and the rest of the world.
    • angles to the other two. We learn to know this quite definite
    • In this abstraction the quite definite configuration of space is
    • disposition of the world, quite objective.
    • to be something quite different.
    • (in the mathematical sense) and quite correct. But anyone who knows
    • something quite special here. We could take a pendulum, for example,
    • manner we can find a quite real progression, even though,
    • knowledge was named quite differently then. In those ancient times
    • the word “savant” is not quite appropriate to these
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    • sculptor. One must say to oneself: That is quite a different space.
    • quite lost. You will permit me to set out from a way of looking at
    • things that is apparently — but only apparently — quite
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    • sculptor. One must say to oneself: That is quite a different space.
    • quite lost. You will permit me to set out from a way of looking at
    • things that is apparently — but only apparently — quite
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    • this quite clear. I mean a sage of the ancient Eastern civilisation would
    • country civilisation was founded on a quite different basis. He would
    • was something quite outlandish when Bulwer travelled about, speaking of
    • development; one can quite well picture to oneself people of older
    • economic problems can be handled quite on their own account —
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    • this quite clear. I mean a sage of the ancient Eastern civilisation would
    • country civilisation was founded on a quite different basis. He would
    • was something quite outlandish when Bulwer travelled about, speaking of
    • development; one can quite well picture to oneself people of older
    • economic problems can be handled quite on their own account —
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    • reflects in quite another way. It reflects the sense-impressions we
    • the message of the Father God. Here you may see quite clearly how
    • and, quite naturally, wants to be Christian. If we were honest, we
    • quite changed when we go further East. Even in the East of Europe it is
    • inside man, and is thrown back into chaos. We need to feel quite
    • to the sun, there we find it is all quite different. Through Imagination
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    • reflects in quite another way. It reflects the sense-impressions we
    • the message of the Father God. Here you may see quite clearly how
    • and, quite naturally, wants to be Christian. If we were honest, we
    • quite changed when we go further East. Even in the East of Europe it is
    • inside man, and is thrown back into chaos. We need to feel quite
    • to the sun, there we find it is all quite different. Through Imagination
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    • such men knew quite consciously that their souls had come down
    • together with death, brings us into a stream of evolution quite
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    • such men knew quite consciously that their souls had come down
    • together with death, brings us into a stream of evolution quite
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    • considered everything else an illusion; quite the contrary was
    • quite clearly. In earlier days I explained the conceptions of Realism, by
    • philosophers; if we contemplate these two spiritual currents in quite
    • reality indeed descended from earlier quite real beings, but people
    • prevailed — it was quite impossible to have any idea at all
    • reality quite materialistic ideas! Now comes the astral body, again
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    • considered everything else an illusion; quite the contrary was
    • quite clearly. In earlier days I explained the conceptions of Realism, by
    • philosophers; if we contemplate these two spiritual currents in quite
    • reality indeed descended from earlier quite real beings, but people
    • prevailed — it was quite impossible to have any idea at all
    • reality quite materialistic ideas! Now comes the astral body, again
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    • Indeed, it would be quite
    • development of mankind? Even when considering things quite
    • now living is a new form; it is something quite new which has
    • by train and did the shopping quite alone, although he was only
    • — this is something quite different — but the etheric
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    • Indeed, it would be quite
    • development of mankind? Even when considering things quite
    • now living is a new form; it is something quite new which has
    • by train and did the shopping quite alone, although he was only
    • — this is something quite different — but the etheric
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    • quite objective up to a certain degree), we might say, that the
    • you concentrate deeply, if your soul becomes quite mystical, you
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    • quite objective up to a certain degree), we might say, that the
    • you concentrate deeply, if your soul becomes quite mystical, you
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    • to grasp quite clearly.
    • continent was Atlantis. Here our ancestors had quite a different form
    • quite different. At that time, he could not have combined thoughts,
    • in quite a different way from now. At that time, a powerful, influence
    • be acquired quite concretely. We all know the example of the stove which
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    • to grasp quite clearly.
    • continent was Atlantis. Here our ancestors had quite a different form
    • quite different. At that time, he could not have combined thoughts,
    • in quite a different way from now. At that time, a powerful, influence
    • be acquired quite concretely. We all know the example of the stove which
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    • your flesh. The earth experiences something quite different when we
    • science enables us to bear ourselves quite differently towards
    • quite a wrong conception of things. We think that we go out into the
    • Spirit of the Sun, who first had quite another task, a task which was
    • quite different during the two epochs before and after. And if
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    • your flesh. The earth experiences something quite different when we
    • science enables us to bear ourselves quite differently towards
    • quite a wrong conception of things. We think that we go out into the
    • Spirit of the Sun, who first had quite another task, a task which was
    • quite different during the two epochs before and after. And if
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    • respect is quite independent.
    • The alternation between day and night was quite different in
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    • respect is quite independent.
    • The alternation between day and night was quite different in
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    • time-indication it is quite correct to say that in the
    • the super-sensible world it is quite obvious that he well
    • into channels quite different from those into which it
    • would have claimed him for a quite different kind of
    • Beings in a quite different world. It was to preserve him as
    • This fact has quite definite results. The Mystery of Golgotha
    • — and this can be done quite objectively — many
    • style repugnant, but for all that, one can be quite
    • saying: ‘So-and-so spoke quite
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    • time-indication it is quite correct to say that in the
    • the super-sensible world it is quite obvious that he well
    • into channels quite different from those into which it
    • would have claimed him for a quite different kind of
    • Beings in a quite different world. It was to preserve him as
    • This fact has quite definite results. The Mystery of Golgotha
    • — and this can be done quite objectively — many
    • style repugnant, but for all that, one can be quite
    • saying: ‘So-and-so spoke quite
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    • are quite aware that if the experiences of our soul are not
    • quite recent times, their speculations about its nature are
    • but by considering something quite different. Here the
    • all of ego. What certain psychologists have said is quite
    • on my experiences, quite apart from anything external, and by
    • sleep is needed. We know quite well how lack of sleep creates
    • quite independently of the world outside. On going more
    • repeatedly observed. This first experience is a quite
    • human being quite impartially, we see how he comes to relate
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    • are quite aware that if the experiences of our soul are not
    • quite recent times, their speculations about its nature are
    • but by considering something quite different. Here the
    • all of ego. What certain psychologists have said is quite
    • on my experiences, quite apart from anything external, and by
    • sleep is needed. We know quite well how lack of sleep creates
    • quite independently of the world outside. On going more
    • repeatedly observed. This first experience is a quite
    • human being quite impartially, we see how he comes to relate
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    • Even otherwise quite intelligent people have been known to
    • friends, is quite impossible. There is nothing for it, but to
    • ... well, I don't quite know of what — living its own
    • speak out quite plainly about the occult facts of
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    • Even otherwise quite intelligent people have been known to
    • friends, is quite impossible. There is nothing for it, but to
    • ... well, I don't quite know of what — living its own
    • speak out quite plainly about the occult facts of
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    • most outer aspect, it is not quite easy for us to acquire the
    • quite unaware of what he was doing (or so at any rate he
    • consciousness over against quite another world than that
    • and it will be something quite new to you. Then only will you
    • begin to divine what you now imagine that you know quite
    • my meaning at this point to be quite fully understood. No
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    • most outer aspect, it is not quite easy for us to acquire the
    • quite unaware of what he was doing (or so at any rate he
    • consciousness over against quite another world than that
    • and it will be something quite new to you. Then only will you
    • begin to divine what you now imagine that you know quite
    • my meaning at this point to be quite fully understood. No
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    • will say, quite rightly : But surely we have not to assume
    • body for twelve lunar months, a quite self-enclosed, circular
    • nothing here to be discussed, the facts are quite clear. The
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    • will say, quite rightly : But surely we have not to assume
    • body for twelve lunar months, a quite self-enclosed, circular
    • nothing here to be discussed, the facts are quite clear. The
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    • quite sure that what we experience in the spiritual world
    • something quite other than logic is in evidence here.
    • up. His story is quite correct but those who cannot
    • then thought to have been remembered, is something quite
    • learns to know — quite apart from the physical world of
    • came to a door which opened quite unexpectedly; a third will
    • soul-organism. What ought to be serving quite different
    • describes conscientiously it becomes quite evident that the
    • This may seem miraculous enough but these are quite ordinary
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    • quite sure that what we experience in the spiritual world
    • something quite other than logic is in evidence here.
    • up. His story is quite correct but those who cannot
    • then thought to have been remembered, is something quite
    • learns to know — quite apart from the physical world of
    • came to a door which opened quite unexpectedly; a third will
    • soul-organism. What ought to be serving quite different
    • describes conscientiously it becomes quite evident that the
    • This may seem miraculous enough but these are quite ordinary
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    • if this Christ Impulse is to be renewed, stimuli quite
    • the deepest forces of the human soul, forces quite different
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    • if this Christ Impulse is to be renewed, stimuli quite
    • the deepest forces of the human soul, forces quite different
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    • of reincarnation and yet was quite uninfluenced by Buddhistic
    • Buddhism we must turn our gaze in quite another direction. Here I
    • intellectual consciousness), which has developed from quite a
    • of the great Buddha, quite different conditions are present. Man's
    • the Christian has quite a different attitude. Putting aside
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    • of reincarnation and yet was quite uninfluenced by Buddhistic
    • Buddhism we must turn our gaze in quite another direction. Here I
    • intellectual consciousness), which has developed from quite a
    • of the great Buddha, quite different conditions are present. Man's
    • the Christian has quite a different attitude. Putting aside
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    • systems of the human being. But because people are quite ignorant of
    • then the position of each individual in the community will be quite
    • man and he will treat them quite differently. He will make allowances
    • one possesses certain qualities and the other quite different
    • intellectualistic way, but quite differently. It is for this reason
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    • systems of the human being. But because people are quite ignorant of
    • then the position of each individual in the community will be quite
    • man and he will treat them quite differently. He will make allowances
    • one possesses certain qualities and the other quite different
    • intellectualistic way, but quite differently. It is for this reason
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    • their pure, original nature; eleven are quite distinct, only the
    • r the longing towards the a is quite inherent. Thus
    • something quite different. The consonants, as such, we lose. But in
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    • their pure, original nature; eleven are quite distinct, only the
    • r the longing towards the a is quite inherent. Thus
    • something quite different. The consonants, as such, we lose. But in
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    • earliest Greek period, we find that they were of quite a different
    • consequence, his consciousness of death was quite different from that
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    • earliest Greek period, we find that they were of quite a different
    • consequence, his consciousness of death was quite different from that
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    • thinks that this is quite harmless. But in so doing, he does not
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    • thinks that this is quite harmless. But in so doing, he does not
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    • only from those records and not from what we have said. This is quite
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    • only from those records and not from what we have said. This is quite
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    • quite apart from all that, the fact is that man is conscious of his
    • will certainly not patiently receive the sting. Quite apart
    • this way are quite in order. It is all perfectly correct. But
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    • quite apart from all that, the fact is that man is conscious of his
    • will certainly not patiently receive the sting. Quite apart
    • this way are quite in order. It is all perfectly correct. But
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    • from quite primitive to more perfect forms. When we now examine
    • taken place through which quite a thin layer has remained in a cooled
    • cannot lead us any further, we quite simply set down what spiritual
    • were quite tiny beings today, standing within a human organism: if,
    • way of asking a question that is put quite wrongly today. No science
    • controversial question; but as a rule it is put quite wrongly. For
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    • from quite primitive to more perfect forms. When we now examine
    • taken place through which quite a thin layer has remained in a cooled
    • cannot lead us any further, we quite simply set down what spiritual
    • were quite tiny beings today, standing within a human organism: if,
    • way of asking a question that is put quite wrongly today. No science
    • controversial question; but as a rule it is put quite wrongly. For
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    • quite meaninglessly, purely out of the activity of the physical body,
    • of the senses, quite without prejudice, and without starting
    • quite impossible. If thoughts, — and the laws of Nature must
    • world emanated from this world: well, in that case it would be quite
    • other, and we must be quite clear on the following point. As human
    • region of Mittelgard is represented quite accurately in the
    • up together, as I have shown quite clearly in my little book:
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    • quite meaninglessly, purely out of the activity of the physical body,
    • of the senses, quite without prejudice, and without starting
    • quite impossible. If thoughts, — and the laws of Nature must
    • world emanated from this world: well, in that case it would be quite
    • other, and we must be quite clear on the following point. As human
    • region of Mittelgard is represented quite accurately in the
    • up together, as I have shown quite clearly in my little book:
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    • Earth-existence comprises an infinite wealth of detail, it is quite
    • these ancient matters, we have quite enough to do with what is going
    • Absolute Being); it is a concept which indeed is not quite what I
    • light, where it is quite devoid of sound, but we become acquainted
    • the more external condition of ancient Saturn. They are quite shocked
    • out of the public library a book — which is quite a good one
    • way of improvement, it is not quite spoilt. You can take old Schwegler's
    • and you will have quite a
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    • (and this is quite correct within certain limits) as a heavenly body
    • modern term and does not quite apply. For time was not then that
    • earlier Sun-periods were the bestowers. From this something quite
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    • quite definite conceptions. As we have seen, the spiritual conditions
    • Sun-existence, we are able to describe it quite distinctly if we bear
    • Akashic Record of the Sun-age we can quite distinctly remark the
    • accepted at that moment, which would of course have been quite easy
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    • present day. But we must quite clearly realise, that although the
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    • be quite a good comparison if we were to say that the world of truth,
    • ten kreuzers. The boy's argument was quite correct; but did not
    • example quoted is quite practical, and serves to explain, even
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    • would be quite easy to say, why not take a larger hall? But there is
    • compared with any other — quite apart from the separate details
    • (sometimes quite appalling to me to see what has been brought
    • Rosicrucian occult results. That is quite natural unless we refuse to
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    • it is quite obvious that the former embodiments are equally detailed,
    • matters, we have quite enough to do with what is going on
    • Being); it is a concept which indeed is not quite what I have
    • light, it is quite devoid of sound, but we become acquainted with
    • Their brains are quite puzzled enough by this, and people who can
    • — Take out of the public library a book — which is quite
    • book has been mutilated by way of improvement, it is not quite
    • you will have quite a good book. If you read there about the
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    • this is quite correct within certain limits) as a heavenly body whose
    • modern term and does not quite apply. For time was not then that
    • From this something quite special arises, which can only be properly
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    • somewhere. Words alone will not suffice; we must have quite definite
    • Sun-existence, we are able to describe it quite distinctly if
    • back into the Akashic Record of the Sun-age we can quite distinctly
    • have accepted at that moment, which would of course have been quite
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    • yet experience at the present day. But we must quite clearly realise,
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    • quite a good comparison if we were to say that the world of truth,
    • kreuzers. The boy's argument was quite correct; but did not accord
    • example quoted is quite practical, and serves to explain, even
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    • is quite a simple matter to describe the highest moral life,”
    • quite different from when the evangelist John utters these words, at
    • understands these words of St. John ought to draw from them quite a
    • is quite certain many will take earnestly to heart —
    • something quite different, which is of the deepest importance will
    • it is quite unnecessary to trouble much about investigating moral
    • themselves. Quite instinctively, they followed the impulse to spend
    • characterised two great sections of humanity which, were quite
    • correspond with them. Thus it is quite true that before the birth of
    • Francis of Assisi quite a number of persons knew through revelation
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    • soul development is quite different from race development, which goes
    • were previously embodied in quite subordinate races developed to a
    • must be understood as something quite special, something that was
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    • quite specially golden impulse in the moral sense the further we
    • do not get to know him, for they are quite shut up in themselves. How
    • this sympathy and this love will originate quite naturally, it will
    • activities we foster love. This is quite in accordance with the
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    • that it was quite a different matter from anything that had
    • “heard”— the expression may not be quite
    • be quite clear on the point: Blavatsky was regarded as a
    • quite different from a mere firm conviction of its
    • said that it sprang from a world-view quite different from
    • kind of sudden jump; one thing led to the other quite
    • and said: “One sees that you still remember quite well
    • don't quite know what it was! The day chosen for the
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    • quite wrong.
    • view of the world arose in the nineteenth century quite
    • materialism of the nineteenth century, it will be quite
    • affords a basis for calculation; but let us be quite clear
    • however, be quite erroneous to imagine that during the Old
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    • be quite clear about the matter, please read the course of
    • many circles where mediums were used, revelations of a quite
    • certain place, something was introduced that would quite
    • quite different way. Had the Moon remained unmineralised, its
    • of the human soul would have become quite different on the
    • neutraliser of the Eighth Sphere. But it is quite correct
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    • Sphere quite consciously; but unconsciously he is always
    • have arisen quite naturally from Sphere Three. That is
    • presented from quite different points of view, in order to
    • be quite clear as to which is the healthy path. We must not
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    • in those heavenly circles, but in a quite special manner.
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    • of course quite another matter when things of the spiritual
    • years or decades ago, or quite recently, are most easily
    • it has such a jarring effect (although that does not quite
    • from the standpoint of occultism it was quite correct. He
    • the first teeth are related to heredity in quite a different
    • you as strange, although it is quite true.
    • being has actually reached puberty the forces have quite
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    • quite other than that into which, according to outward
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    • tend quite decisively in the direction of concealing the fact
    • usually are not, egotists. They act out of an urge quite
    • the veil of the life of soul have a quite different
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    • person whose consciousness is not quite normal, who has a
    • of twilight consciousness, when he feels not quite securely
    • which Christ Jesus Himself is regarded as a not quite normal
    • spiritual Powers. This was quite clear to him. But the modern
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    • Christianity were not yet quite completed. He might look back
    • there was added a quite new perspective, which extended beyond
    • came in ways that are at first quite unfathomable by external
    • understand each other in a quite remarkable way. We shall
    • Christianity was quite remote from the Indian speaker —
    • the lecture we can see that he is quite unable to grasp the
    • investigation. Quite slowly and gradually there have emerged
    • childhood, for something quite new was beginning. We must
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    • perhaps quite accurate, though not far wrong, to say that if
    • read the Bible in quite a new way. There are at present many
    • There had been a quite abnormal interval between their
    • simplicity and the artistic greatness of the Bible, quite
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    • dying out; quite new conditions had to come in, and they saw
    • to teach them many things. And as it had become quite late
    • quite different from what dwelt in ElijahNaboth for the
    • personality confronts other human beings quite individually,
    • bodies of man, were formerly quite different. In earlier
    • manner. To express it quite dryly, at that time there was
    • quite a different effect when one healed by means of
    • healing acted quite differently. Human beings were
    • quite different. In those days physicians usually healed in
    • quite different, and this we must picture to ourselves
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    • the same truth.” Such a statement is of course quite
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    • who in quite a different
    • three the method, conceptual and philosophical, is quite
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    • in individual human lives; and it is quite true to say that
    • human nature is quite different in the second period of seven
    • indicated, for from this time onward — this is quite
    • days be raised. And he spoke quite openly of the
    • days be raised. And he spoke quite openly about the
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    • event, quite apart from what happened within Peter, took
    • is quite correctly pointed out to us that the disciples were
    • But this is quite different from what came forth, for
    • are quite unable to understand that their kind of conceptual
    • there in a quite different manner. Here two worlds actually
    • later. But his soul is constituted quite differently. It had
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    • perceiving and their soul life were quite different because
    • they lived in quite different physical conditions. This was
    • sea where circumstances were quite different, even if he
    • quite differently attuned than if he were on the plain. The
    • consciousness is again attuned to things quite different from
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    • development of mankind is shown in a quite wonderful way in
    • experience to stand quite alone as the Son of Man, but may
    • Jewish traditions relate the story quite differently from the
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    • concise, it is in fact indicated to us quite adequately how
    • this firmly in our minds. The Gospel points this out quite
    • something that someone else thinks is “quite
    • pulpit something that is thought to be “quite
    • Of course it should be. But the matter appears in a quite
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    • could discern of the divine impulses within themselves. We feel quite
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    • congresses, what is to be found in the depths of human souls is quite
    • forces, which I shall call the western forces, it is quite possible
    • occasionally. In parenthesis let me add that it is quite in keeping
    • mean something quite different, depending on the way of life from
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    • quite justified that this age no longer brings forth any religiously
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    • quite remarkable that something which human beings have to value
    • normal understanding. It is quite possible to understand what has to
    • lead an extraordinarily abstract life. Consider how we speak quite
    • of mine was quite a nice person when we were young. Later in life he
    • Even the titles of his works are quite different. For instance there is a
    • quite unthinkable and indeed is not to be found.
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    • it becomes a religious ideal, lives in us in quite a different way.
    • that plants grow upwards; and these forces are taken to be quite
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    • were quite unable to receive what ought to flow into them from the
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    • described in the books already mentioned. It would be quite wrong to
    • his highly-developed intellect, this would be something quite
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    • quite rightly described as pale and abstract. At best, the thoughts
    • experience outside the physical body is something quite different
    • the spiritual world, which quite naturally becomes a part of their
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    • quite rightly, to a certain extent — has not always
    • Cyprianus. The drama depicts her quite simply as a woman, but to see
    • the later drama about Faust — this is quite characteristic
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    • sets about completing the drama. Once again quite new thoughts live
    • head occupies a place in evolution which is quite different from that
    • this element of revival. It is quite extraordinary how much talk
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    • as he did; he should have done it quite differently. It is right that
    • time of transition. Earlier, it was quite clear that spiritual beings
    • not perhaps quite like a play with a satisfactory ending, but at
    • to have developed quite differently. What they really want does not
    • which depicts things quite differently. Now imagine that an angel being
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    • soul, but what is still entirely lacking, what was still quite
    • It is quite typical of Schiller to make his point of departure a
    • being within the cosmos. This quite definitely parallels the
    • exposition of Schiller's is naturally quite philosophical and
    • time it was quite clear to him that it could not lead to a solution
    • not mean merely a dull absence of thinking. But he is quite sure that
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    • spiritual world. This was quite clear in his soul when he was young,
    • everywhere quite close to the spiritual world, as it is also in
    • ego are linked quite differently to what is going on around them if,
    • words, the situation is quite different. Someone might say: I bake
    • quite a feasible way of regarding what appears in the spiritual
    • quite rightly today of meditative formulae, simple sentences which
    • works in which it can be sensed quite clearly through the mood. See
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    • There we can see quite clearly, for instance,
    • inoculating him with an idea. Yet spiritual life, taken quite
    • is sometimes quite grotesque. Before a performance of eurythmy I
    • serious intent it is not too difficult to find one's way quite
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    • often feels quite wise when in the midst of the drug experience.
    • and, in fact, is often quite harmful.
    • “naked apes” has become quite accepted. To this
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    • their intelligence. But it must be quite clear to us that what
    • so many today who are quite satisfied when they can say of
    • human beings there are longings quite different in character from
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    • is quite correct that people living on the earth in those ancient
    • and will quite definitely come to pass on earth in a none-too-distant
    • people's understanding of the Gospels was quite different from what
    • such sects are quite numerous — pitfalls, stupefaction,
    • sense. The same word has quite a different meaning in each case.
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    • inherent in their own nature, evolution would have taken quite a
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    • certain forces of nature. It is therefore quite correct to speak of
    • forces of destruction that are anchored in their will. That, quite
    • entirely apart from humanity. But the truth is quite the reverse.
    • configuration of the earth quite differently and with his particular
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    • through his intelligence. But it must be quite clear to us
    • unaware. One comes across so many to-day who are quite
    • quite different in character from what comes to expression on
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    • existence. It is quite correct that men living on the earth
    • preparation and will quite definitely come to pass on earth
    • was quite different from what it came to be in later times.
    • teaching — and such sects are quite numerous —
    • in an entirely different sense. The same word has quite a
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    • evolution would have taken quite a different course through
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    • of nature. It is therefore quite correct to speak of an inner
    • destruction that are anchored in their will. That, quite
    • is quite the reverse. Were some inhabitant of Mars to come
    • configuration of the earth quite differently and with his
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    • been clear to us for quite some time already, that although
    • forth our concern as well as we could. We said quite openly
    • purely human. Also, the pedagogues are in quite a different
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    • intestinal organs have theirs, so do they also have quite
    • different temperatures. The liver temperature is quite
    • quite impossible to know the tasks of substances that are
    • external nature, quite without being noticed, is going on all
    • whole, however, is exceedingly wise. Quite recently a very
    • question was put. People who keep bees know quite well that
    • there is quite a different population in the hive; even the
    • years. The person who comes back is really quite different
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    • something quite different from all that is to be found in the
    • quite differently from other organs. The astral body can
    • leads nowhere. The human being must be studied with quite
    • vitamins, for example, simply confirms what exists. Quite a
    • being to the surrounding world must be learned from quite
    • and the nitrogen content of the surrounding air quite apart
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    • quite absurd. On the other hand, if you really want to heal,
    • I am not sure whether people realize it, but it is quite
    • or head. To begin with, this statement is not quite accurate,
    • three o'clock. One of them is quite rested, the other
    • in the cosmos is quite different from what is usually
    • iron in the human organism (it can be said quite certainly
    • have quite a different significance than they have in the
    • these things. This faculty is now quite lost and no attention
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    • realize quite clearly that medicine is a very special kind of
    • quite special and you will realize that this is so when I
    • important is to unfold a quite different perception of nature
    • fundamentally religious has quite different experiences from
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    • of plants, but in the human head we find them in quite a
    • will always remain something quite external. You will never
    • oxygen or nitrogen is something quite direct. Physiology
    • ‘soil’ of warmth. You can picture this quite
    • Behind the fire there is something quite different. Behind
    • find that your soul learns to experience quite differently,
    • to have quite a different attitude to the environment in
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    • help you to understand the muscular system. It is quite
    • Even this will make you realize that quite a different form
    • it. This is quite all right. But while you can understand by
    • ether is a quite special element. When any process calls
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    • difference is, as a matter of fact, quite inexact. It is
    • be judged according to the individual. It can quite well be
    • you cut off. This is quite possible — a very great deal
    • are indications, but they are quite crude. Inspiration is
    • is a labor that is quite like physical labor because it puts
    • specific case. I will construct quite an idealistic
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    • let us say the thigh bone. These bones are not quite on their
    • threshold that spiritual being from whom we learn that quite
    • world, ideas and concepts are needed that are quite contrary
    • person must have quite a different attitude. A young person
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    • the end of their studies; they will have found quite specific
    • independent and be able to experience inwardly and quite on
    • years into quite a different form. He would call forth quite
    • form quite a different organization. We want to build a
    • make it possible for the ego to be active in quite another
    • of this the rabbits were quite well. They did not die of the
    • quite possible to see how the rabbits live on without the
    • the cosmos. This quite harmless vivisection, therefore,
    • dark, quite dark. Then again comes the light, when the forces
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    • physician should find his bearings quite naturally in his
    • description of this kind is quite inadequate; is not of the
    • could, you would have clocks put together quite correctly
    • ought to be speaking of something quite different. You should
    • — that is quite impossible.
    • the organs present quite a different aspect. When you pass
    • brings you to truths quite different from those which are
    • human being and quite a different course of teaching would
    • what he had to say” He came quite honestly in order to
    • me, and the state of things was quite clear — I mention
    • them quite naturally when we have real sympathy for the human
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    • afterworkings in the human being and it is an influence quite
    • are actually spoken of. But for all that I cannot enter quite
    • of Christianity which was quite externalized. Such a man will
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    • organization. This, speaking quite generally, is the cause of
    • times quite a different idea prevailed of man's nature.
    • appear. Even to observation they differ quite essentially.
    • of children and the development of old age rested upon quite
    • reality. And to begin with, because the times were quite
    • this is quite impossible. Even up to the beginning of the
    • we have quite got away from the conception of man as a being
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    • should realize that you must proceed from a quite particular
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    • come to the warmth organism. It is of course quite in keeping
    • is quite worthless as far as knowledge is concerned. But this
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    • counsel with yourself, however, you will find it quite
    • of an ancient astronomy. This ancient astronomy was quite
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    • of thought, will is present. It is essential to be quite
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    • audience of a very special kind, always quite extempore
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    • quite different from that into which it enters when it finds its
    • the matter in this way then we approach the mountain springs in quite
    • pronouncements made out of spiritual knowledge can enter quite
    • salmon, however, forms a quite
    • of substances in it. Now there are certain fish which are quite
    • (sketch); there it is quite flat and white, and on the
    • quite lop-sided, it has all the organs on the one side while the
    • and delicate process. You see, if you look at a man quite
    • body. This is quite obvious, extremely obvious. But in breathing it
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    • as it rocks too violently it collapses. The Eiffel Tower rocks quite
    • mechanistic laws we use on earth, such a tower would quite definitely
    • tried to set up something else quite heavy on the Eiffel Tower, you
    • of substances, but three were of quite special importance in ancient
    • the mountains. If we take a piece of granite, it is quite granular,
    • can see quite clearly that life comes out of the universe. One sees
    • way quite alone.
    • can be administered as quite a good remedy.
    • with ice, while over in Asia there was already quite a high degree of
    • years, the earth with its mineral rocks was quite different from what
    • it is to-day; not so much externally, but internally quite different.
    • it moves round a whole circle, so that the vernal point goes quite round
    • through the quite different position of the sun the earth had a plant
    • Alps which is quite hard and solid to-day begins to flow, somewhat as
    • iron flows in an iron foundry. It is naturally not quite the same,
    • in a quite high dilution it acts on the head and one can vary
    • have recovered even if he had used quite different remedies. So 70
    • with colour. Modern painters are quite unable to reproduce the tint
    • in fact it is quite intelligent. It has given us the opportunity of
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    • Europe did not eat potatoes but food of quite a different kind. The
    • of course be quite clear that the spirit is a reality, but if spirit
    • salt trickle in, it would be quite useless. The salt must pass into
    • Therefore if you have in front of you someone who used to speak quite
    • constituents of rye or wheat work in quite different ways. The
    • is obliged, quite against its will, to battle
    • is, of course, quite useful to know about the silver coming from
    • it may actually be quite small but still hydrocephalic. The fact is
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    • It is only quite recently that people have begun to manufacture all
    • present in the universe, it would be quite impossible for us to have
    • not reality. Quite trivial matters are evidence of this. Just
    • ... but diseases may look identical outwardly and inwardly be quite
    • expresses itself in quite different ways: with girls, in that they
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    • general way it is quite correct that the plants give off oxygen which
    • illness, since it has only assumed its present form quite recently,
    • even in public, in a quite different way than formerly. We have in
    • works quite differently from the original. These dilutions were made
    • formed is quite solid: it is called cambium. It is formed
    • the cambium. That is still thicker, indeed quite sticky, but still
    • can see of what importance it is when quite tiny amounts of any
    • say, a lead-plant. Well, this lead plant when we eat it, has a quite
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    • sweated out. If it were not sweated out, you would, as quite young
    • the blood. Speaking quite generally, therefore, it can be said that
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    • the writer of the Luke Gospel endeavoring to show that something quite
    • humanity. Clearly this means, does it not? what can be expressed quite
    • if he had wanted to show that this man had a quite special start, even
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    • sees everything quite differently in the akashic record, it
    • above the rest of humanity, and which must be described in quite a different
    • of one who has trodden the path of enlightenment at all will quite of
    • in quite a different form.
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    • animal kingdom people have always quite justifiably distinguished between
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    • of life on the earth, and the situation is described quite accurately
    • and lo, a little cosmic system has come into being! Then it is quite
    • beings but also to others who descended for quite different reasons.
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    • body man would have developed quite differently had he not been affected
    • body, and there develop quite special instincts.
    • sense, of the old sun men, all these enjoyed a quite special form of
    • spheres quite different from those of the sun. But then came the time
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    • however, he discerned quite clearly what we must term the rose spirit,
    • the nature of leadership as well was quite different, for at that time
    • world. From their standpoint they are naturally quite right: everyone
    • quite special, this period was darkest, gloomiest, most chilling, for
    • my lectures it must be clear that in this moment a quite definite experience
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    • though it is quite justified within a narrow scope! Whenever anything
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    • thick, but it is after all quite in the spirit of modern biographers.
    • Jesus of Nazareth in their Gospels went about their descriptions quite
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    • establish it as an actual event in human evolution by means of quite
    • meant something quite different from what it does today, albeit in those
    • with evolution as it applied to mankind will therefore find it quite
    • different, for quite other things would have struck them as important.
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    • same is true if your air is cut off. It is quite arbitrary to imagine
    • is dealing with someone who knows quite as much as he does — in
    • at that time knew quite well that a son, provided he was initiated in
    • occult basis. I pointed out that Schopenhauer was quite right in saying
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    • objects, and people of that time were not quite able to do this.
    • standpoint it is quite correct to say that if you cut off a piece of
    • the physical head it was subject to conditions quite different from
    • treated by modern physics had quite a different explanation after Galileo's
    • quite different sources. Goethe was such a man: he enriched man's fund
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    • that was quite primitive in comparison to its present form,
    • organs of intellect. It is quite a common occurrence in our
    • present- day science are quite stupid — please forgive
    • drawing the speaker has made. It fits in quite well with my
    • added that as a Herbartian, he could quite well make the same
    • go beyond the often quite coarse conceptions of materialism.
    • and pictures of memory with something that is quite familiar
    • when a person cannot come to the point of perceiving quite
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    • something quite real, at least in his thoughts — this
    • in Imaginations, but it is now revealed in a quite special
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    • planetary system. Ancient wisdom had quite concrete views
    • quite glorious endeavor existed in this direction, and in a
    • element in it, even though in already quite weakened form.
    • civilization will never become quite clear to us. It will
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    • by the sea — definitely had a quite abstract
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    • still perceive quite clearly what enters in the spiritual,
    • Western world, however, people had been prepared in a quite
    • is present in him. He acts out of quite different deeper
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    • contemplation, for example, the otherwise quite worthy and
    • possible variations — although perhaps put not quite so
    • able to study quite a bit concerning the Christian nature of
    • days, it becomes quite clear that Europe is intent on digging
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    • four, and so no. They linked quite definite conceptions with
    • but the number itself was experienced quite differently.
    • can say that, outwardly, counting is something quite abstract
    • abstract numbers out of the quite concrete concept of the
    • quite different. Today, we measure on the basis of an assumed
    • they had in mind something quite pictorial. What they focused
    • unknown; number, something quite abstract, for it is totally
    • In the original German, Rudolf Steiner's example is quite
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    • not yet realize that a quite special point in time was
    • experienced himself quite concretely within the cosmic
    • something totally spiritual at work in the human being quite
    • means for ruining spirituality quite often. As you know, many
    • is a quite common practice, especially among
    • those who call themselves quite enlightened and dwell only in
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    • then the one to which we ourselves belong — have quite
    • world intellect and that people had quite different thoughts
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    • quite clearly defined in abstraction, has not been clarified
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    • exist that is quite unknown to what has otherwise developed
    • century divine world rule has assumed a quite different
    • actually gain world fame. He demonstrates that it is quite
    • one need not reckon with them at all, that it is quite
    • thinks is really quite foreign to present day human beings
    • a quite decent fellow; one can have nothing against him as a
    • 1914 approaching in which a quite new England emerges. Only
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    • quite different world of sensations if we are to understand
    • quite special way, but these effects then continue after
    • by the date of his birth. For these wise men knew quite well
    • a quite special organ of thinking; the person receives a
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    • with nature quite differently from the way we think of it
    • quite different from the view prevalent nowadays. The ancient
    • organized in quite the same way as an animal or man, but
    • death, for they looked beyond this soul nature to a quite
    • feeling, and willing, they picture them as quite nebulous
    • manner of healing was of a quite special kind and connected
    • Athenians — Athenians they were not, they were a quite
    • quite vivid perceptions of how differently the Greeks thought
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    • quite different happens as well. In the super-elemental
    • really have had quite different parents.’ — If
    • ought really to have been born of quite different parents, in
    • to him, again not quite consciously but for all that with
    • been possible in his environment. In a quite abnormal way he
    • there are people today who can write quite good, logical
    • artificially produced quite accurately by some sort of
    • to some quite specific elemental being, and he is then
    • will quite undisturbed and let knowledge flow past them, let
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    • and awakening, only the nature of this world is quite
    • For thoughts are quite definitely spread throughout the
    • formed quite differently. Their bodily substance was much
    • experienced the world quite differently. Let me give you just
    • their experience of tone-structures was quite different; the
    • soul had a quite different relationship with the
    • Lemurian times, when he was quite outside himself in
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    • become dependent in his thoughts upon quite different
    • indeed even the Romans, we see quite clearly that their
    • is quite possible to characterize the historical life of men
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    • quite clear that many people — in greater and greater
    • presents. People are quite unaware that this presents only
    • infantile, youth will ally itself, will harmonize quite
    • something — whose hair is still quite dark or fair, who
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    • however, man has entered into a quite remarkable epoch of his
    • related to each other? We must be quite clear that when man
    • Make this quite
    • thinking. Man thinks, then, in an element quite other than
    • life it is quite clear to us that what is going to take place
    • connection with what, in a quite different part of the human
    • This is quite
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    • forces signifies something quite different, namely, that the
    • throws the light back. The expression is not quite accurate,
    • and the cosmic goal that is quite clearly within the scope of
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    • of the Kingdom of Heaven. This has a quite precise meaning,
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    • colour, no light”. To this Goethe replied quite
    • eye.” If we pursue the matter further something quite
    • intention to pass moral judgements. I wish to state quite
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    • quite incomprehensible to his contemporaries (with the
    • quite the reverse. In effect he accepted one of the greatest
    • held by people at that time would have been quite impossible
    • survived quite unconsciously. In that event, we might ask, in
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    • the physical organism, the Eleusinian Mysteries were quite
    • quite definitely — but the passage has been mutilated
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    • have no wish to criticize, quite the reverse. But after a
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    • accept body and soul as separate entities, but this is quite
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    • quite different things, built upon different foundations. The public
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    • soul can be quite irrelevant. Only the change in location
    • influences — and it is possible to do so quite
    • to think quite differently about the world; we conceived of
    • something essentially new, and it was for him a quite
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    • that the human being today is studied quite superficially.
    • yourself a quite concrete mental image from the many things I
    • following process quite concretely: you breathe in, and the
    • one learn to take quite seriously within our civilization
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    • even diseased, and indeed, this is quite justified from one
    • of so-called hallucinations, or visions, is looked upon quite
    • to live into what is experienced quite normally when a human
    • continues to be active, but in quite a peculiar way. I would
    • thoughts are really quite perspicacious, but of course they
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    • indeed form a transition that is quite justified, but there
    • knowledge of the heart quite lightly. It looks upon the heart
    • quite well — though of course only latently, not in a
    • were, the thought material, they are structured quite
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    • human being who has undergone such an experience is not quite
    • who was quite well known at that time; he had a fine feeling
    • civilization. There is something quite true underlying this
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    • you can see quite readily how in the poetical expression of
    • literally a calamity, although it is not quite without
    • is today is predisposed to only take in the quite solid
    • sons of a quite typical drunken man in a certain stagnated
    • quite imbecilic and also a partly clever man. He is also the
    • influenced by his heredity. He is a man in whom the quite
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    • process something quite different from that which occurs in
    • human beings come into the world; that that occurs quite of
    • Quite often you
    • can be developed in a quite different way and is much more
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    • large amount of her ether body, but naturally that is quite
    • separate themselves in a sense and now a quite definite dogma
    • in the future a quite different way of being held together in
    • influencing in any way; she brings a quite new knowledge out
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    • quite special coloring in West Europe, particularly in the
    • healer who treated me quite spiritually.” Then I asked
    • has said something incorrect. It is quite correct that there
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    • did produce an inflammation of the eyelid which was quite
    • so forth in a quite wonderful way. You can find indications
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    • the moon upon the earth is therefore something quite
    • and this is quite different from any other full moon. Thus
    • Now, if our soul is something quite different through the
    • movements which are quite similar to the hand movements. The
    • establish a quite idealistic philosophy and nevertheless can
    • still possess quite materialistic habits of thought; and
    • concur that he is quite correct when he says: “The
    • it is justified, but in the sense in which it is quite often
    • Obviously, that is logical and quite clear. If a person
    • quite all right if, for example, we celebrate the Good Friday
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    • is meant there; it is something quite different. You must
    • mankind was able to descend from. It was a quite other animal
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    • a miracle in order to become a saint. This procedure is quite
    • astral world in such a way that he was able to have quite
    • was quite old he presented the question: Can one know
    • quite different world between going to sleep and waking up, a
    • masked anxiety transforms itself into something quite
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    • to be able to work upon the human soul in a quite special
    • nature is quite strange to present day man. Why is that? Man
    • them in a false way. Therefore you had to have a quite
    • able to take hold of quite another region of the human being
    • they became quite proficient at it.
    • what role lice played there. This is quite humorous; however
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    • will be able to understand that there was a quite different
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    • vengeance, the inner meaning of which is quite clear, though
    • it for real, for something quite different wants to make its
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    • are in many respects quite unable to find the answers. The
    • themselves, quite rightly, that the life of the intellect,
    • distinct in man and relate to quite different regions of the
    • different aspects of their body, though these can be quite
    • them in any moral sense. This is quite impossible, for the
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    • ‘the present time’ I mean quite a long period of
    • are suddenly quite free and cannot bear such freedom. For
    • contradictions but for quite a different reason.
    • of, will need quite a different kind of courage — inner
    • beetle has to do with a pendulum clock. It is quite
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    • people who are quite unable to deal with their instincts and
    • possible, and for quite specific reasons, one of which is
    • did not exist before and which are quite characteristic of
    • another, quite specific, aspect to this. As I have said,
    • virtuous. It is quite a good thing to want to be virtuous,
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    • senses, in quite a different way from the ancient Greeks, for
    • know to have come from quite different impulses than the art
    • the highest spiritual level in a work of art, quite
    • — existed because some quite specific pathological
    • this quite clear. Chaos is arising because reality has
    • with a quite specific movement. At the Council of
    • come — and it may not be far off — when quite
    • — you can be quite sure of it — a medicine will
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    • thought as such, the matter is really quite different. And we
    • would look quite different if they still had the shape they
    • dream I have described is quite typical of that kind of
    • progress, but also quite specific political ideas. Today,
    • sense. He means something quite different, something he keeps
    • here in Dornach — he lives quite near to here
    • where Matthias Claudius is concerned, quite apart from the
    • children are something quite different from what comes to
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    • found something like it, at an instinctive level, with quite
    • erudite; I am quite serious about this. But the Martin Luther
    • quality of his true nature, quite independent of our own
    • — we know it quite apart from the impression he makes
    • can quite easily establish for himself. We mainly use our
    • me, I would quite obviously be unable to develop conscious
    • quite certain, that, generally speaking, people were afraid
    • of education people will have to realize that quite different
    • authority. Both parts of the statement have quite a different
    • distinction will find it quite impossible to live with the
    • everything is crooked and awry and quite wrong, and they are
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    • tossed about over and over again. They are often quite
    • bit of naughtiness in a recent lecture. It is still quite a
    • of course, know quite a few things about the way in which
    • pertain in an organism, and this transfers quite prettily to
    • whereas reality comes to quite different conclusions; it lets
    • events take quite a different course from anything human
    • mean something quite specific. But far be it from me to mean
    • original. It should be rather interesting, quite a joke in
    • come to understand; if they do not, quite different, even
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    • are quite clear about the fact that a certain danger
    • view these are quite correct. They are often utterly
    • is a method which can be quite brilliant and is, in fact, the
    • quite easy to work out that one day it will be possible to
    • quite specific, and they are concrete and specific in the
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    • was speaking of something quite concrete, namely the battle
    • work towards certain impulses. This was done quite
    • them quite large, which may be right next door. Today, more
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    • then remains the same throughout life. Something quite
    • Moon currents. They take quite a different course, and they
    • quite young, much to their detriment, we should have a
    • premises on which I based my conclusions were clearly quite
    • specialization was quite a good thing for a time. If it
    • do with any kind of reality. This does, of course, have quite
    • for the same ideas have to be used for quite different
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    • to this important event it is quite easy to establish how
    • this was not from conviction, but had quite different
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    • Stock Exchange, which are sometimes quite dimwitted nowadays,
    • However, we do find something quite peculiar in the case of
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    • cab. This is quite correct, but true and false in the outer
    • the word ‘history’ has quite a different origin. In
    • themselves, instead of being pulled along. It is quite easy
    • quite some time, but all real life will have departed from
    • off, and something quite different will come into human
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    • This was quite a different mode of ‘living-together’ with
    • metamorphoses, transformations of forces of quite a different
    • these ideas of the spiritual world quite differently from
    • case, memory would unfold in quite a different way. As it is, we do
    • power of memory was quite differently constituted.
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    • This is quite a
    • to our thoughts. If people do not quite understand what has here been
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    • be quite useless. That such an adjustment of movement has been
    • quite outside the natural course of his evolution. If, therefore, we
    • now exists; it is quite unthinkable that this is a case of transition
    • achieved something quite out of the common, has uttered sublime
    • she (and it is not by any means always a ‘she’ but quite
    • regarded in quite a different light and in order to understand it we
    • quite unconcerned as to the truth of what they say. Their only aim is
    • respond to Ahrimanic impulses quite unconsciously and without any
    • is not quite the same. Lucifer has other characteristics of which we have
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    • in a quite general sense, it can be said that in our epoch something is
    • spiritual life that are more or less new or still quite
    • — may easily give rise to the belief (although this is quite
    • the difference was perhaps not quite as extreme, in the epoch
    • quite impossible. There was as yet no consciousness of the self, no
    • nature to-day, but instead of it they possessed faculties of quite
    • feeling and sentient experience was naturally quite different. You
    • among men and those he developed when living among Gods were quite
    • divine-spiritual nature — divine-spiritual in quite another
    • it was quite possible to live without knowing anything at all of the
    • advent of Christ Jesus on the physical plane — it was quite
    • to grasp quite a different aspect of Spiritual Science. We realise that
    • is that this kind of thinking will be quite incapable of conceiving
    • something quite different.
    • death and a new birth is quite different from the world immediately
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    • first rudiments of a new faculty of clairvoyance that quite certainly
    • “... Halley's Comet has a quite definite task and everything
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    • necessary at the time quite sensibly, with more intelligence, and
    • life of a human being on Earth, thinking plays a quite passive role. Let
    • on them. In their own sphere the scientists are quite right; by
    • by describing this first step in a quite elementary way. Instead of a
    • remembered. For our purpose it can even be something quite
    • of energy — a force which, although he experiences it quite
    • perceptive experience itself. In ordinary life we can quite well
    • have been able to indicate — and quite briefly — only the
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    • go even further. To illustrate how this can happen, I will use a quite
    • superficially-minded people, they say: “My idea of God is quite
    • which, for our present subjective personality, has become quite
    • objective, quite foreign. We must have gained mastery over ourselves
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    • about the super-sensible worlds is talking of things quite unknown to
    • appealing to something quite unknown to his hearers but to what
    • of proof. But it can quite well be proved by those who throw off the
    • spiritual worlds to speak of them quite publicly to-day; for what
    • attention had to be drawn to something quite different.
    • quite different from anything we experience in our waking state. When
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    • State. He feels quite satisfied with his work on the coat, which
    • ideas which are limited to making garments for quite lowly people.
    • behind it, for the reality may be something quite different. But
    • we have two dreams quite different from one another in content. From the
    • obstacle. The pictures are quite different, the dramatic course is
    • the connection between single events in life is quite different from
    • force it is quite right to set up a law of this kind. But while we are
    • that what is discovered quite rightly to be a natural law in a
    • be discovered quite independently of those old dreamy imaginations,
    • say that the Ego, even as a quite small spiritual seed, works upon what
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    • system, metabolic-limb system, and they have a quite definite
    • if they consisted of spiritual substance. This objection is quite
    • system and the limb system, activity and substantiality come from quite
    • your physical logic with you into the spiritual world, you will quite
    • quite impartially the different way in which the people of older epochs
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    • perceive the momentous cosmic event of the Moon, in a quite
    • fact is present everywhere in a quite special way. I am
    • the person concerned, pictures arise which have quite definite forms
    • therefore be quite clear that modern man lacks something: when he has
    • little asleep when walking about quite normally, and we ought to be
    • “enchanted” does not quite meet the case, for he is not
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    • quite different from the normal earthly ones; but this applies only
    • again when we learn to master physical substance quite
    • judged quite differently from the way in which they usually are
    • has been, at some time, quite normal.
    • circumstances, second-sight was evoked quite systematically. Stories
    • surrender himself quite selflessly to external things. The unending
    • is quite different. Besides the world into which we look with our
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    • This has a quite definite effect on a man's earthly life, and also on
    • vision, art was rooted in life in a quite different way from anything
    • points of view I have described this going back through a quite different
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    • know nothing of the spiritual world are often quite naive in the way
    • quite horrible rushing of motorcars — all this has to be faced
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    • lives then in a quite different way, his whole mood and condition are
    • a quite clear picture of this form of existence. Here on Earth we say:
    • perhaps have gone halfway, quite respectably, towards the
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    • one-time Teachers of mankind, judge quite differently from the way
    • Earth, accomplished quite 15,000 years ago what human beings still
    • the realm of the Moon-dwellers it is quite clear to a man that he is meeting
    • lived on Earth as quite different beings, we were closely
    • one point of view, and then another correct judgment from a quite
    • quite possibly ask: “What is there to support this Spiritual
    • on Earth, though under quite different conditions. He was not yet so
    • Jesus. Through this, quite different conditions arose for the
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    • beings. If one looks quite simply, with ordinary consciousness, at
    • inwardly flexible and will consist of a quite soft substance. A wrong
    • something or other to do. It may of course be something quite
    • nature, also, to find in a quite exact, scientific way its rhythmical
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    • those who did not follow Augustine into a quite different stream, a number
    • idea is quite right. But the knowledge needed to master the phenomena
    • psycho-analysis, which has to do with the quite natural, historical
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    • life of the heart is something quite different from the conceptual
    • make the distinction quite correctly, we must take cognizance of
    • if we test the matter quite accurately, we shall observe that our
    • cling to the friend of that time, are not yet quite severed from him;
    • worlds. One can be quite assured: for those who are willing to test
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    • a revolution in his incarnations quite differently. The Bodhisattva
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    • configuration is a quite different one if boys are in the
    • spiritualism, and so forth, and people are quite sure that
    • seriously. There are quite a number of people who, in the
    • quite easy to assume that one belongs to a certain good
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    • think about atoms and molecules quite well with this brain in
    • them quite correctly, concluded: Individualism, spiritualism
    • only brains that were thinking; materialism was quite
    • that it is wrong, and quite another to facilitate the healing
    • process through spirituality by overcoming the quite real
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    • our inner being. Smelling signifies quite an important change
    • quite separate from the objects, much more so than is the
    • as you can see from all this, is quite near — in the
    • their inner experiences — and such individuals give quite
    • — and quite correctly in terms of these concepts
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    • requires that a world conception be drawn from quite
    • continuation from former times, some of them being quite
    • effective in matter. It must be taken quite seriously that
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    • something quite different was applicable when one wished to
    • comprehended quite objectively. We must only be aware that on
    • most thorough in such matters, this view has attained quite a
    • “as-if” philosophy is quite characteristic of our
    • blows from quite the wrong corner it still catches people's
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    • external world is something quite unfounded, as spiritual
    • was quite familiar to people until the fourth, fifth, and
    • quite different is what really matters, namely, that we
    • a Russian affair. Then he discovers something quite
    • basically he is quite correct in pointing out: If anything
    • manner that frequently could not help becoming quite
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    • quite aside from the language — and you will
    • lives between death and birth; for one can quite well speak
    • harbors an illusion in this regard, something quite
    • something trying to arise which, although it has quite
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    • quite concretely into what can be disclosed to present-day
    • this inner nature, which remains quite undefined to him, he
    • ears, for example, are of quite another origin than those
    • impulse and therefore, from his standpoint, he is quite
    • quite pertinent remarks at one point, for instance, about
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    • There, however, I am touching on something still quite
    • as an individuality. We are dealing with two quite different
    • consider the human being in quite a different way when trying
    • calculation is quite similar to that used for insurance. When
    • the spiritual life, we are subject to forming a quite
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    • attitude that you are dealing with something quite different
    • across something quite strange. One might actually recommend
    • or listens to this lecture who is clairvoyant in a quite
    • era. Now, this same person who is quite dull and blundering
    • form emerges here consciously but in quite an elementary way.
    • with quite clearly differentiated forces. Modern science has
    • is quite evident in the case of the ego, for you only think
    • up in absurdities and something quite dreadful would have to
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    • animal world, but his etheric body displays a quite decided
    • defines quite clearly what we call the cultural realm of the
    • such as these which, at times, confront us quite emphatically
    • crude fellow can sometimes have quite delicate features. The
    • person like Spengler are quite correct, unless men
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    • speaking of ourselves; for we lived under quite different
    • have already pointed out in these lectures, the quite
    • at first, by way of Greek thinking, and then quite strongly
    • of modern humanity to comprehend quite concretely how man's
    • they made? Let us put the matter quite simply. Picture to
    • regulations, and then put into effect. It is quite immaterial
    • confronts a class of fifty real children. They have quite
    • nothing but abstractions. These can be quite wonderful and
    • moment; he himself is quite detached from the matter at hand.
    • become something quite different in the future. It will turn
    • compromises with modern natural science, are inwardly quite
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    • about the secrets of the universe, we must realize quite
    • quite nice — but when such efforts are not connected to
    • quite dir dreams. We arrive at clear thinking precisely
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    • shall be our topic. I would like to start with a quite
    • us in this case that it would be quite wrong to infer from
    • intended to do or say this; I meant it quite differently; I
    • somewhat more lively dreams tend to interpret them quite
    • describes how he climbed a mountain; he ascended quite easily
    • overalls powdered with flour. I must expect something quite
    • did something quite horrible, for he pictures the spiritual
    • and conceptions become quite thin. Yet, one is still dealing
    • tried to show you quite concretely how present-day human
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    • necessity of the times, quite part from the intentions of the
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    • doctrine. It is a fact that, quite aside from what is true, a
    • teaches and educates quite differently from a teacher who
    • idea of immortality in this way, it is quite different. For
    • child quite differently. We find that there are two stages in
    • The whole life of will of the human being is quite changed!
    • whole life of will becomes quite different; otherwise
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    • quite the same, though somewhat similar. The psychic element
    • quite unreal. The real facts are as follows: here is the
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    • acquaintance with natural science. That is quite false; in
    • quite clear about this, for it is important. The scientific
    • natural science quite instinctively attempts to dispense with
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    • super-sensible. We must be quite clear that whatever the
    • ideas and, as a class, is of course quite incapable of
    • the West were quite sure that the whole charade would not
    • When we study the case history of a man who is not quite
    • had been implanted in him under quite specific
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    • of summer lightning, are harbingers of quite other things
    • this, it sounds quite anthroposophical! Now in our present
    • be quite clear that, today especially, men are seldom
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    • but was quite unfitted to bring us up as devout and pious
    • quote Kant as the ideal of the pacifists. This is quite
    • they held no interest for me; one felt that they were quite
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    • shows quite clearly that he wishes the Christ impulse to penetrate
    • shows quite clearly that he was an adherent of Arius.
    • understand what is involved here we must be quite clear that
    • look beyond externalities. We must be quite clear that the
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    • infinitely much has become different — quite suddenly
    • quite easy to say what it is that conditions prosperity, and
    • quite so easy.
    • puts forward in answer to it, are by no means quite
    • mankind from quite a different point of view, namely, from
    • structure appears in a quite peculiar form in this modern,
    • themselves with quite other things. With the proletariat they
    • learn to know three things, inasmuch as he is led quite
    • Middle and East, as I described last time. Quite naturally,
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    • Anthroposophy — we have to accustom ourselves to quite
    • clear to you by a quite trivial, simple comparison, how the
    • result is, for example, a quite definite system of taxation.
    • which you will quite rightly presume to be logical, you may
    • his judgment on one point is quite incorrect. He says to
    • of the present day, who will take it quite as a matter of
    • must be considered in quite a different direction.
    • Bolshevism, that Berdiayeff is quite at a loss to explain. He
    • again met himself and was quite annoyed to come across such
    • must say, it made quite a terrible impression upon me, who
    • may interest you, it is quite well written. But if you were
    • everything is sensation, and that we are quite unjustified in
    • something out there, quite physically. And again when I have
    • my scientific insight I realize that it is quite unjustified
    • as we can see quite tangible in the history of the Egyptian
    • this would not have been effected quite so simply. But here
    • to rebel against it, quite instinctively to rebel against men
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    • ira” quite objectively. They are not meant as
    • the intelligence is something quite different from what is
    • even obliged to apply the word intelligence in quite a
    • is not to be evolved quite as easily as that. It is something
    • characterize these things — discover quite rightly that
    • come to grips with life. It is directed to quite other things
    • quite a different character. In fact it breaks with this
    • pass it over quite so lightly.
    • they are quite alright.” Yes, if they were to say that,
    • thing (the word “desire” is not quite right, but
    • inside the human body there is carbonic acid, not quite
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    • into mankind by quite another path than they will enter in
    • two or three people who witnessed it is quite another. That
    • spiritual way of looking out on the world, which was quite
    • must be of quite a different kind from the old. There is a
    • who would merely preserve the Old quite naturally stand
    • these oppositions are quite well meant, but even they can
    • life of men. Well, my dear friends, it is quite natural that
    • discrimination for what is now obliged to enter as a quite
    • no such thing as that. I spoke to them quite differently; I
    • the outcome will be quite different.” I should not be
    • well be that ideas will emerge quite different from those
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    • thinking — was influenced by this. It is quite true,
    • quite possible — with judgments that are prevalent
    • given an instance from the spiritual life; quite everyday
    • It is quite possible, I said, to write of the so-called
    • things after all appear quite different, and this must not be
    • cannot conceive a social order wherein Labor would have quite
    • another value — quite another meaning than of being
    • the bottom of their hearts they are wanting what is quite
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    • quite specifically to several critics of his basic writings.
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    • bridled — a quite different solution from that proposed
    • easy, even though his remarks are sometimes quite
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    • discovers something quite remarkable. I have often mentioned
    • is quite wrong and has arisen because modern man, with his
    • an attitude that has its origin in something quite
    • life. We must be quite clear about what occurred in the
    • quite different assumptions, one discovers during spiritual
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    • and thus introduced something quite new which as yet is not
    • three stages experienced? Let us look quite carefully at the
    • An event that illustrates this quite aptly took place
    • described, quite unrelated to reality. Thus one could also
    • thoughts that are quite incapable of penetrating reality.
    • whole youth he has never heard of it, but only does so quite
    • in a daily newspaper. The article is quite inoffensive,
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    • quite concretely.
    • be something quite new, intellectual mysticism, mystical
    • intellectuality and, if I may put it so, quite equal to its
    • quite remarkable, all the more so in view of the Czar's
    • illnesses, which is quite true. However, someone consulted
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    • direction in which it points. It is quite extraordinary; he
    • anthroposophy is quite mad. How is that to arise which is
    • obviously something quite different than saying “the
    • originate from quite another. Nowadays that often happens as
    • are quite ingenious. If you look at that lecture, you will
    • I returned the essay, as it was amateurish and quite unsuitable.
    • book that is really quite mad. Going through the remaining
    • three components may be quite independent of one another
    • have known! I am quite sure that not even in this circle have
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    • that the tree exists quite apart from my mental picture. In
    • not. Quite different issues come into question.
    • utter folly, as quite unscientific.
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    • free of the restrictions imposed by language. And quite apart
    • connections do I mean? I mean quite real, concrete ones,
    • thing happens quite often in life but is not noticed. If a
    • the name Stepniak, by which he is quite well known.
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    • universally applauded. In short, he proved to be a quite
    • achieved is really most interesting and quite remarkable. His
    • issues from quite a different aspect of mankind's evolution.
    • originated from personalities quite other than those named.
    • influence originated from quite a different human life period
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    • being in fact quite bad. That view can never do justice to
    • will speak to him again but quite differently. When he is
    • It is something quite new, new in the same sense as a child
    • materialistic and quite unscientific attitude which says,
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    • are still small and humble, but one day you will be quite another
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    • people are quite content with these abstract phrases,
    • is often quite beyond our ken — the realm of man
    • would not be at all difficult even to a quite low grade of
    • was never quite complete. For external psychology, Weininger
    • wrote down often in quite a dry fashion: but of course in
    • you can quite understand that through such abnormalities
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    • I will start from something apparently quite material, and
    • working twelve hours a day. It is therefore not quite correct
    • him” — a statement which is quite justified from
    • lecture. It is quite easy to discriminate between what I have
    • spiritual forces of the past. That is impossible, quite
    • partition walls are quite evidently, conceived differently
    • source, but with forms that are self-luminous. Quite a
    • painting must therefore be quite different.
    • the two sides. The left side of the etheric body is quite
    • whether the view thus obtained was quite different. It proved
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    • quite definite way it will come back in the fifth
    • quite different arrangement of man's life may be brought
    • being men often want sonething quite different from what they
    • thoughts. The cause is the coming to fruition in a quite
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    • it was something apparently quite external which laid the
    • revival of the Gnosis”; that is quite a sufficient
    • to bring lofty spiritual truths before quite simple people
    • Mystery of Golgotha and cosmic events, has been quite lost in
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    • hindrances, he would have quite a different idea of his
    • it is made quite clear that He desired to come to all men who
    • yet”), Christianity might be approached through quite
    • think it quite a good principle, but they absolutely will not
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    • reality of spiritual events was relegated to a region quite
    • Mystery-experience, quite untouched by anything to do with
    • content, but by means of forces which are quite distinct from
    • happen in life knows that the reality is quite different. If
    • with their reality, which exists quite independently of
    • physical. It is quite different when Britain wants to make
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    • curious way, and it is quite impossible to gain credence for
    • present time. Quite comprehensibly, everyone is adjudged to
    • with which you are familiar. We must be quite clear that we
    • the old clairvoyance is, quite unconscious. For what comes
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    • world and the extra-terrestrial world work quite differently
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    • the events of the day he bears within him impulses of quite a
    • governed it remarkably well, quite unusually systematically for the
    • together at night around a fire in the forest, they spoke in quite a
    • get on well together, are indeed quite exemplary in this respect, he
    • back to this theme. It was quite remarkable.
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    • friends, that is something quite different from what the position
    • scientific’ — shall we say? Quite naturally so, in view
    • under quite different conditions — even in the spiritual world
    • were; he too lays stress on the sense-perceptible, though in quite
    • He is remembering something, though not quite exactly. He changes it
    • earth going back into the pre-Carlovingian age, going back quite
    • — in likenesses which are often quite imperceptible to outer
    • to see how karma works, human life gains quite a new content. We feel
    • ourselves quite differently in human life.
    • causes. In some respects, no doubt, the psycho-analysts do quite good
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    • of a man which taken quite concretely, lead back through the life
    • quite a good-humoured way he is rather boastful ... these are the
    • visualises such a gesture quite objectively, but with inner, artistic
    • about that Conrad Ferdinand Meyer transposed, as it were, into quite
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    • spiritual world. And from this the question quite naturally arises:
    • themselves in life to-day for which the onlookers have, quite
    • appear in quite a different light when considered in the setting of
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    • quite clear on this point: Whatever is discharged, as it were, upon
    • kind must be studied quite objectively and all emotion avoided
    • destiny is really understood. Things disclose themselves quite
    • But later on it became quite clear that in reality the Akashic Record
    • ...” — quite out of the blue, and I could not help asking
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    • the nature of man to remain quite unknown to him, he would have to
    • which anyone is quite well able to observe in himself. His egoism
    • placed within some connection of life which used to seem quite
    • is attuned to something quite different in life. Therefore he treats
    • antagonism can be quite original, not in the least conditioned by
    • quite indifferent relationships may stand side by side with the most
    • studies on karma, a number of quite remarkable personalities have
    • realise quite clearly how it stands. For these medieval alchemists
    • reality in quite a different sense when one resolves to pursue a
    • example. I will in the first place relate quite simply what happened.
    • Dead”. It need not be so at all; it is quite possible that
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    • arrangements which exist in the world, and which are quite beyond the
    • experience were one in which somebody spoke, this must be made quite
    • stage (we will take these stages quite exactly): the sleeping astral
    • in me! I don't quite know what it is, but there is something in
    • me quite different feelings from those I had previously. The picture
    • is making me have quite definite feelings.”
    • strongest, somebody fetters me, so that I stand there quite rigidly.
    • related. This is quite comprehensible ... and it is good. How much
    • beginning; it is quite impossible to have any kind of result
    • quite differently-constituted personality in the same ego in a
    • pass over to the experience which is still quite fresh, which is
    • still quite present. The fettering ceases, and I say to myself:
    • with the greatest variety of feelings.’ But this is quite
    • possible. It is not at all harmful. Only try it; the things go quite
    • quite definitely that it is like a metal that has become aeriform.
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    • being needs in the way of clothing is quite significant, and
    • of seriousness. There may quite well be thoroughly serious people,
    • than the stereotyped pattern of his organism. This is quite wrong.
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    • fought against is, in reality, quite different.’ (He had fought
    • experienced after death? ... It would be quite impossible, because
    • quite clearly in myself. As you may imagine, I took an extraordinary
    • something quite different, into an entirely different life of feeling
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    • quite independently of anything he may know about them. And
    • Let us be quite
    • help of Mephistopheles. Goethe divined quite clearly that only so
    • We must be quite
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    • are in our time, but only in our time. In earlier epochs it was quite
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    • the feeling of diving down into something quite
    • teacher; the relationship then was quite different. From a teacher we
    • in quite different forms of existence but for all that the same
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    • the evolution of humanity it is quite impossible to understand why
    • Let us be quite
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    • man's conceptions and feelings are of quite a different nature,
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    • see karma working quite differently in these two
    • inhabitating the Old Moon were subject to quite different natural
    • in quite another way than would have been the case had his karma been
    • of quite a different kind. A change has been wrought in him to the
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    • this quite clear. I mean that a sage of the ancient Eastern
    • course, quite outlandish when Bulwer traveled about, speaking
    • development; one can quite well picture to oneself people of
    • works in quite a special way on the physical body. Thereupon
    • that economic problems can be handled quite on their own
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    • mirror we carry within us reflects in quite another way. It
    • perception, quite similar to a creature of nature. Out of
    • message of the Father God. Here you may see quite clearly how
    • the sun, we find it is all quite different. Already in
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    • quite distinct from mere dreams. The mere dream is filled
    • consciousness in reminiscence would seem quite foreign to
    • quite clearly that one sleeps in one's own organism. Just as
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    • quite clear, however, about what I suggested two days ago, that
    • out to you here came quite clearly to expression in memory
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    • mineral consciousness quite apart from the moral sphere. He
    • exact imprint of it. One can see quite clearly how the facial
    • that if we take the seemingly quite complicated world that
    • quite apart from what has been preserved — with the means
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    • a quite special way. It shows us that here on earth we
    • that he never actually came quite fully into the world. He
    • quite right. He produced a theory of color but was never in a
    • however; he is quite different. His nature is such that its
    • grasp quite vividly how all that inwardly urges and impels
    • the human being can be quite practically calculated from the
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    • be quite appropriate here, because when I characterize the
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    • picture to ourselves quite intimately and concretely how we
    • something that the human being experiences really quite
    • us say — the picture doesn't quite fit, but let us say
    • little. Only if you think and imagine quite abstractly, quite
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    • this matter quite seriously. Take the primordial mist at the
    • threatened by a certain danger. It cannot quite enter into
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    • would be quite ridiculous to say that we bring anything into them.
    • tremendous difference. This difference appears quite clearly to the
    • quite clear.
    • wisdom is offered by them, he is simply unable to do it, it is quite
    • This could be proved quite well! In spite of all, these things have
    • evolution, the more we shall find (quite apart from the fact of
    • of an occultist another strange thing arises, something quite special
    • certain aversion to approach these Gospels. It is quite possible to
    • persuade himself that he feels quite certain about these things, but
    • will then speak of all kinds of things which are not quite correct,
    • primordial wisdom. And another fact is quite clear, namely, that they
    • He is quite unable to escape out of himself. Human evolution has so
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    • would be quite ridiculous to say that we bring anything into them.
    • tremendous difference. This difference appears quite clearly to the
    • quite clear.
    • wisdom is offered by them, he is simply unable to do it, it is quite
    • This could be proved quite well! In spite of all, these things have
    • evolution, the more we shall find (quite apart from the fact of
    • of an occultist another strange thing arises, something quite special
    • certain aversion to approach these Gospels. It is quite possible to
    • persuade himself that he feels quite certain about these things, but
    • will then speak of all kinds of things which are not quite correct,
    • primordial wisdom. And another fact is quite clear, namely, that they
    • He is quite unable to escape out of himself. Human evolution has so
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    • reached — I will not say a respectable — a quite
    • — one has attained the simplest truths. There, quite
    • beside themselves have quite recently gone aside again. The Movement
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    • reached — I will not say a respectable — a quite
    • — one has attained the simplest truths. There, quite
    • beside themselves have quite recently gone aside again. The Movement
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    • various wider viewpoints, having in mind a quite definite
    • be classified from quite other aspects. This will necessitate
    • whole scientific life by the advent of quite different
    • often extremely abstract, must die out, and quite new
    • of creating new branches which will comprise quite different
    • quite estranged from life. They turn out mathematicians,
    • Yet in scientific work is often quite inevitable that
    • Raymond has expressed it quite bluntly: “When one
    • accepted premises, be quite out of the question. The modern
    • the inversion quite a new form arises. The form may appear
    • is of course quite conceivable to give a
    • into these cells and then no longer work in quite the same
    • the framework, is quite unformed.
    • altogether in the whole starry system. You can enter quite
    • this, — which is quite real and concrete,
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    • must then be turned to account in quite a different branch of
    • to Embryology, it is done in a quite an external way, without
    • must not be regarded as quite apart from man, but must be
    • first in quite a popular, even elementary way how these three
    • conditions. We must here bring together quite elementary
    • and can perhaps arrive at something quite different from what
    • phenomena of tidal ebb and flow, is connected quite evidently
    • system — with hot punch. The effect was quite different
    • quite apart from man and to rest there; to observe by
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    • angles. Only quite unadvanced thinkers still maintain that
    • understanding, and that quite other syntheses might be
    • quite another way than when exposed to the intensive working
    • It is quite easy to discern in olden times this feeling of
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    • imbued with materialism it was quite natural for him to
    • activity of the whole planetary system. That is quite
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    • process is more of a unity. It cannot be distinguished quite
    • perceive this. Moreover it is quite obvious why it is so.
    • how the process of fertilization is entered into in quite
    • Astronomy will not quite go into our head. This is not said
    • and reality in quite other ways than by mere philosophic
    • the senses; for the reality, something quite different.
    • this today, my dear friends, for quite a definite reason.
    • acquire a quite definite feeling and must permeate ourselves
    • of our fundamental methods is quite evidently needed in both
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    • of method, by approaching the problem from quite another
    • Quite a short time before, it simply would not have occurred
    • been alive in him quite as a matter of course, and the human
    • spirit was thus led into quite other channels — quite
    • the quite different soul-condition then prevailing, where man
    • that in outer reality the phenomenon does not appear quite so
    • must find our way from what is merely calculable into quite
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    • from a formal aspect we tend to pass quite involuntarily into
    • the phenomena were looked at without prejudice, quite another
    • closely bound to it. Ideation therefore is quite another
    • of cognition took its start from quite another quality of
    • — what we received long, long ago through quite another
    • surrounds us; we are quite given up to the latter. Only in
    • look at the different phenomena quite simply in Goethe's way,
    • man at the end of the animal kingdom. Yet it is quite another
    • surface. Here you have purely spatial phenomena with a quite
    • other words that we are led to relate animal formation quite
    • understood in terms of quite another kind of space —
    • led into quite other realms, namely to the Ice-Age on the one
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    • quite similar is true of the rhythmic alternation in our
    • development. We see in it quite evidently what I was
    • which he can go farther, — can undertake quite other
    • synthesis between this and quite another aspect.
    • to a telegraphic system. Maybe one day something quite
    • way of thinking quite another picture will be applied to the
    • quite inevitably when the phenomena of comets were studied in
    • not quite escape associating the comets with something not
    • quite explicable or only half explicable by ordinary means.
    • laws of Nature. And even Hegel did not quite escape this
    • phenomena indicating the presence of quite other forces
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    • system, though perhaps not bearing quite the same
    • from quite simple foundations, ideas with which most of you
    • These ideas, which seem in part to be quite easy to grasp and
    • And so I should like today to proceed from some quite simple
    • study quite familiar curves. (As I said, many of you already
    • And if b = a, the curve passes over into a quite special form,
    • It is quite easy, is it not, to imagine
    • at this. It is quite possible to imagine. But something very
    • follow it in our imagination? We have to do something quite
    • One must only be able in a quite definite way to penetrate
    • If we now tackle the problem from quite
    • transition, quite independently of what outer experience
    • quite real though inner sense; where we are obliged to admit
    • are quite unattainable if for every element of the thought
    • You see, it is quite possible to understand in the first
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    • regarded as quite out of the question to study the movements
    • with this quite indispensable principle of method, are we in
    • we are in quite a different situation. In effect, how does it
    • be denied — it is indeed quite obvious to any
    • infinite number of possibilities. I can-pass over quite
    • between myself and the surface of a quite ordinary body and
    • variability of the second order. I shall arrive at quite
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    • human observation the fact is that we are quite differently
    • can observe. There is the same contrast, though not quite so
    • notions. In principle he is quite right, only we have to go
    • loop-curve — quite apart now from its relation to the Sun or
    • planetary path. Quite simply in the shadow-figure, you could
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    • friends, something quite definite results from this Namely,
    • planetary paths with their characteristic loops quite
    • which also shows no loops, namely the Moon's? Quite naturally
    • quite properly and conscientiously, of course — to be
    • Quite on the contrary, it is related to it more thoroughly
    • outward aspect of them? It is quite possible: What we here
    • remain behind. Thus if we study the three kingdoms quite
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    • quite differently, not merely putting the observed results
    • Ptolemy the Mathematical picture is quite detached from what
    • have quite another relation to Man than Mercury and Venus.
    • epicyclic circumference, revealing a quite different relation
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    • Ptolemaic conception of the Universe, we may truly say, quite
    • quite another way than we are wont to do. Today we go by the
    • in each case as between Sun and animal, let us ask, quite in
    • were, into itself. This is quite different from what we had
    • Moon. Though perhaps mathematically you cannot quite lay hold
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    • mental pictures, intricate as they may seem, it is quite
    • among the heavenly bodies, it will be quite inadequate to
    • be quite so easy to carry through. And it gets still more
    • quite outside three-dimensional space. What then shall we
    • to what is quite outside three-dimensional space.
    • mean quite simply the apparent paths as we observe them with
    • there was a limit of quite another kind (dotted circle in
    • the reality, but that I ought to express it quite
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    • quite different forms of curve in the region of the
    • may quite well be merely relative and on the other hand such
    • fact get hold of it from quite another angle. If we in our
    • Taking the facts together, you can quite truly put it in this
    • provide the head must be quite different in the animal. Also
    • deliberate movement must be quite different in the animal
    • quite apart now from any religious implication
    • empirical data. What we are lacking in is quite another
    • in quite new ways. We need not only the usual instruments
    • so as to get quite different kinds of experiments, in which
    • Sun; what it is, is quite unclear to them. They call it the
    • Incidentally, this strange phenomenon does not happen quite
    • phenomenon holds it together in quite another way. While on
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    • the realities quite differently than has been done before.
    • quite other effects will be derivable than hitherto, for the
    • speak in quite another way. Namely, wherever anode and
    • this possibility — If it is really so that one is quite
    • chemical region of the spectrum, their quite different
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    • quite clearly the nature of the consciousness of our
    • of knowledge is quite abstract.
    • 1413), evolution would have taken quite another direction. In this
    • of the spine. This is quite out of the question. Anyone who knows
    • facial bones were concerned, matters stood quite differently from
    • “Cosmos.” For him it was something quite concrete. Take
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    • quite clearly the nature of the consciousness of our
    • of knowledge is quite abstract.
    • 1413), evolution would have taken quite another direction. In this
    • of the spine. This is quite out of the question. Anyone who knows
    • facial bones were concerned, matters stood quite differently from
    • “Cosmos.” For him it was something quite concrete. Take
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    • doubts if he is able to work himself out of the frequently quite
    • have quite tragic inner soul experiences. Something about this need
    • animals, are meat eaters! But it was not known quite what to do with
    • discovered. These cells are constructed in quite a remarkable way, so
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    • doubts if he is able to work himself out of the frequently quite
    • have quite tragic inner soul experiences. Something about this need
    • animals, are meat eaters! But it was not known quite what to do with
    • discovered. These cells are constructed in quite a remarkable way, so
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    • the Zodiacs. Dupuis studied these things quite consciously and
    • represented in matters of religion they expounded quite
    • certain matters quite esoteric. The ‘esoteric’
    • received quite special forces when he reached the age of 14
    • nowadays quite commonly in our laboratories), — the
    • different way — out of quite other forces and impulses
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    • astronomers can calculate with their quite abstract
    • Science is and what it can be. It is quite true: it man who
    • the other hand, must turn again quite definitely to these two
    • of this. That is quite true, and for the 19th century it was
    • or “nose,” of our scholars is not yet quite
    • lines, Goethe demanded quite another trend of Physical
    • scientific research what is indeed quite justified in
    • physical world it is quite justified. This physical intellect
    • point out to you, how — quite apart from the prevailing
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    • something quite different is meant by ‘the
    • Taurus, it signified something quite different than if it
    • relation — a quite individual relation — to the
    • quite especially determined by his inner system of fixed
    • something quite peculiar in this correspondence of the human
    • The most remarkable is quite another thing. It was by no
    • Religion, is still more obvious. Quite unconnectedly, the two
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    • quite freely, and for this reason they may contain many
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    • Gospel takes quite a special place among the four Gospels.
    • Nazareth.” According to St. John's Gospel is quite
    • quite different. St. John's Gospel represents Christ to us
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    • the animals of the present day, although he looked quite
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    • him must be taken quite literally. “Jehovah breathed
    • Earth. The Earth had quite a different appearance then.
    • were quite different from those of the present day. The
    • quite different from what it is now. The clairvoyant sees
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    • quite independent of the personality of their agent. Those
    • words of John 1:18. quite literally: “No man hath seen
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    • quite different now. Think of the immense expenditure of
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    • quite differently organised and constituted from what he is
    • to-day. Even the Atlantean had quite a different appearance
    • both but was quite different in shape from either the present
    • man of the present day. It would be quite incorrect to think
    • change his shape, to metamorphose himself. It is quite a
    • at the stage of a reptile. His body was quite different from
    • relation between the two astral bodies quite well, and as
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    • ego-consciousness that was quite different from the one we
    • fate in this life. Here we have the teaching of karma, quite
    • karma, and it seems quite in order to lighten the karma, of
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    • possible. But something quite different is needed today: A
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    • possible. But something quite different is needed today: A
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    • are perhaps quite inaccessible to the human understanding. We can
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    • are perhaps quite inaccessible to the human understanding. We can
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    • doctor could ascertain that it was quite an insignificant
    • only tell him to be calm; that he would be quite well again in a
    • of a person's life. It is quite indifferent whether we call this
    • not be fully conscious; it can quite well remain in the
    • of unpremeditated things, and it is quite possible to prick one's
    • depths of the human soul many conscious manifestations have quite
    • must become quite familiar with the conditions in which we
    • must become quite familiar with the conditions in which we
    • can be something quite insignificant; for instance, one's
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    • doctor could ascertain that it was quite an insignificant
    • only tell him to be calm; that he would be quite well again in a
    • of a person's life. It is quite indifferent whether we call this
    • not be fully conscious; it can quite well remain in the
    • of unpremeditated things, and it is quite possible to prick one's
    • depths of the human soul many conscious manifestations have quite
    • must become quite familiar with the conditions in which we
    • must become quite familiar with the conditions in which we
    • can be something quite insignificant; for instance, one's
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    • have already studied quite a number of these aspects; today we
    • quite seriously. Take the nebula at the beginning of the earth's
    • certain danger. It cannot quite penetrate into the mere world of
    • accepting a religious faith which is quite different from those
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    • have already studied quite a number of these aspects; today we
    • quite seriously. Take the nebula at the beginning of the earth's
    • certain danger. It cannot quite penetrate into the mere world of
    • accepting a religious faith which is quite different from those
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    • intellect was quite different from what it was later on. Since
    • Man's feeling attitude towards the universe was quite different
    • things, this is something quite passive. For he can form his
    • the universe — let me describe it to you quite objectively.
    • feel quite at home upon the earth. And he does not yet strive
    • pervade our ideas — let me say it quite dryly — in an
    • — as already stated, this simple, naïve love is quite
    • Christianity which grows quite naturally out of
    • it. They cloak it in all manner of other things and become quite
    • great misfortune of losing our Goetheanum. We know quite well
    • nevertheless some who know quite well why they are opponents of
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    • intellect was quite different from what it was later on. Since
    • Man's feeling attitude towards the universe was quite different
    • things, this is something quite passive. For he can form his
    • the universe — let me describe it to you quite objectively.
    • feel quite at home upon the earth. And he does not yet strive
    • pervade our ideas — let me say it quite dryly — in an
    • — as already stated, this simple, naïve love is quite
    • Christianity which grows quite naturally out of
    • it. They cloak it in all manner of other things and become quite
    • great misfortune of losing our Goetheanum. We know quite well
    • nevertheless some who know quite well why they are opponents of
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    • understand its innermost being. Consciously, he is never quite
    • work of art something quite different takes place than a mere
    • it to have new experiences and changing it into something quite
    • quite helpless. But the true cause of their attitude is the fact
    • but also other forces which normally are quite weak. There is ONE
    • science speaks of something quite different! It speaks of the
    • to its results along paths which are quite different from those
    • confront the problem of the squaring of the circle. Until quite
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    • understand its innermost being. Consciously, he is never quite
    • work of art something quite different takes place than a mere
    • it to have new experiences and changing it into something quite
    • quite helpless. But the true cause of their attitude is the fact
    • but also other forces which normally are quite weak. There is ONE
    • science speaks of something quite different! It speaks of the
    • to its results along paths which are quite different from those
    • confront the problem of the squaring of the circle. Until quite
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    • completely, so that the human being sleeps, as it were, quite
    • quite an indifferent matter whether people are slightly ill or
    • in this field. For a normal person it is quite good if he has
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    • completely, so that the human being sleeps, as it were, quite
    • quite an indifferent matter whether people are slightly ill or
    • in this field. For a normal person it is quite good if he has
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    • of electric forces, which will assume quite different dimensions
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    • of electric forces, which will assume quite different dimensions
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    • were, in the soul atmosphere as something quite abstract, and
    • of men face these problems quite consciously today. Those who
    • Today I only wish to indicate quite briefly how it is possible to
    • again, you may find quite a number of exercises in my books
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    • were, in the soul atmosphere as something quite abstract, and
    • of men face these problems quite consciously today. Those who
    • Today I only wish to indicate quite briefly how it is possible to
    • again, you may find quite a number of exercises in my books
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    • with a purely analytical artistic understanding, quite coldly and
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    • with a purely analytical artistic understanding, quite coldly and
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    • speaks in quite a different way, for instance, concerning the
    • something quite different than it does to modern men. When he
    • as Christian Rosenkreutz, founded, with quite a small number
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    • plants has quite a different shape from the plants
    • body, one generally has quite wrong ideas. Even in theosophy
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    • conditions of time are quite different in dreams. Not only
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    • Mozart. When he was quite a young boy he heard a long piece
    • endowed with sight, because he still lived under quite
    • can develop even if the milk-teeth were quite defective,
    • its root — and this is quite possible, only now this
    • physical organisation. This is quite natural. Through its
    • exercise quite a different influence upon a small child than
    • effect upon children. But this is quite wrong. A fidgety
    • would be quite different from present descriptions, for here,
    • being is born again, he experiences something quite different
    • and these forces are quite natural and in no way
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    • this word, but only something quite abstract. But the
    • clairvoyant seer connects with it something quite different.
    • him. The etheric body does not always fit quite perfectly;
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    • language”. Things were quite different in ancient
    • spiritual world and still realised quite clearly that at a
    • disappeared only during the 16th century. Quite a definite
    • be quite wrong to attribute such a character to the law of
    • it!” — Such arguments would be quite a senseless
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    • lectures; now I can only refer to it quite briefly.
    • it is of course not quite correct. If we were to mix the
    • language was quite different from what it is now. To-day, for
    • despised it. But this is, quite wrong.
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    • were therefore dependent upon the Sun in quite a different
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    • Earth once presented quite a different aspect from the
    • soul necessarily required quite a different physical nature
    • epoch, even the human will presented quite a different
    • certain parts of this steam, but he of course possessed quite
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    • however, quite a different aspect from the present air. You
    • as granite or gneiss, at that time revealed quite clearly
    • vision quite clearly as the petrified stalk and the green
    • time the human body had quite a different aspect from that
    • into a future in which the human being will exercise quite a
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    • existed in quite a different form. Now a great deal depends
    • soul and an individual soul. This is quite different among
    • “If I did this, I would probably be quite at a loss. I
    • but you must look upon it as something quite strange, even as
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    • beings had quite a different connection with Nature than they
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    • you quite briefly what these words really mean. If you wish
    • created quite a sensation! Then a second edition appeared,
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    • elemental spirits intermingling in quite a different way. There one
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    • Post-Atlantean periods of evolution, quite different states of
    • experiences of his everyday consciousness took quite different forms.
    • quite naturally, but the facts about karma were only taught, they
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    • earlier epochs. And as we learn to take quite seriously — it is
    • only when we have learned to be quite earnest about this that we have
    • sometimes quite suddenly in history, shooting in as it were like
    • Geometry. But this teacher was really quite unusual. He had a
    • attention to quite an incidental peculiarity that made a strong
    • Consciousness. Rudolf Steiner Press, 1966.] from quite a
    • to understand how it all follows quite naturally from the karmic
    • quite different for him than they are for other men. Other men do not
    • extends at all over any long period it is quite abnormal — but
    • over to quite other forces. So we learn how little meaning there is
    • that had acquired its quite unusual soundness of head through the
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    • remembered that time-relationships are quite different in the
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    • whole procedure was quite different from that usually adopted by
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    • Let us be quite
    • It is quite out
    • we approach them quite concretely, and if we really
    • quite easy to prove that experienced scientists begin to talk
    • of Spain. In this case my nervous system would be quite
    • oppressed by all this! This is quite clear, is it not? When
    • lighted from b. This would be quite incorrect, for
    • that somebody found this idea quite a nice one. This is
    • anthroposophical soil should be found quite good? Indeed,
    • such things had to be censured. Thus it is quite possible
    • quite a different attitude of mind, and that I heard a
    • effect is quite wrongly explained by saying that effect
    • said quite rightly from a certain perspective may become
    • produce one-sided ideas, for that is quite obvious. You will
    • necessary, and how far they were quite unnecessary, how quite
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    • feeling lies quite underneath the threshold of the real,
    • however, the world in which the so-called dead live is quite
    • quite seriously: what then exists for the waking
    • just now quite rare among present day people who have a
    • expressed quite symbolically, in imagery — then what is
    • physical life is always quite a different one, and is
    • at-oneness, has its quite concrete side. Namely,
    • this quite clearly. Such a will, aiming at the effacement of
    • quite another human being had you experienced a different
    • quite certainly have struck him, had he not turned aside.
    • other people! It is quite easy to picture this. Let us
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    • consider history in quite another way when this has reached
    • to accustom themselves to form quite different conceptions
    • is quite an indifferent matter to the falling stone, where
    • away. I gave you an example that, even in outer quite formal
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    • does something to B, there in the mirror, you are quite
    • proved quite clearly if the proofs are sought on this basis:
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    • and essential things must be grasped in quite another
    • such things quite clearly, in order to grasp to what an
    • quite fantastic to think that your ego, for instance, is 35
    • if something quite special were implied when one says: Man
    • — let us describe it quite schematically: —
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    • with quite different worlds from the one where scientific
    • the other members)? Here we must speak of something quite
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    • itself out, one might say, quite concretely over the whole of
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    • become quite different since the Mystery of Golgotha. In the
    • it quite clear to us that what goes through the gates of death into
    • which we must form quite definite conceptions if we want to
    • performed in the quite worldly atmosphere. They were performed with
    • part in the experiences themselves. But the thing was still quite
    • there were even districts in which all was quite serious at first,
    • of this quite profane feeling there gradually evolved that holy awe
    • else than to take the same thought into another — quite
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    • become quite different since the Mystery of Golgotha. In the
    • it quite clear to us that what goes through the gates of death into
    • which we must form quite definite conceptions if we want to
    • performed in the quite worldly atmosphere. They were performed with
    • part in the experiences themselves. But the thing was still quite
    • there were even districts in which all was quite serious at first,
    • of this quite profane feeling there gradually evolved that holy awe
    • else than to take the same thought into another — quite
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    • remained foreign to them, quite foreign. We need only consider that
    • Quite dearly the sheath rises up before you,
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    • remained foreign to them, quite foreign. We need only consider that
    • Quite dearly the sheath rises up before you,
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    • Luke; what filled your soul then was something quite
    • Age was quite different from that of the men of to-day. They
    • of a quite distinct type; through it they acquired a
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    • great disciples and Zarathustra, something quite especial
    • pupil was none other than Moses. Moses received in quite
    • his etheric body, something quite unusual had to take place
    • Moses was quite different from that of Hermes, even though
    • little. For such people words suffice: they are quite unaware
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    • find this in the Gospels. What is related there is quite
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    • should appear somewhere for the first time in a quite special
    • quite natural on the physical plane, the seeker for
    • physical and etheric bodies, but quite unconsciously, for his
    • perceive something quite different. During sleep he is
    • something quite different from what was attained in the
    • quite free from it. On returning, he brought back into the
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    • to pass in a quite special way, and in accordance with human
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    • out to you that man quite underestimates to-day the changes
    • observation, which was quite correct for those days but false
    • spiritual healing being performed by such people? It is quite
    • could not be performed formerly.’ So something quite
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    • quite unable to grasp what it was that now faced humanity or
    • them, with the result that quite wonderful resemblances are
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    • approach them with emotion and passion, they can be recognised quite
    • East is quite different from that of the Folk-Souls in the West. For
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    • before them. The whole thing is quite beyond what can take place
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    • turn out the light and make the room quite dark and touch everything
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    • as far as the membrane covering the brain and there a quite
    • as coming from a different Cosmos, really from quite another Cosmos
    • Is it a quite unreal
    • from the outside; what happens on the Earth would then appear to man in quite
    • sketched in quite fine outlines, but it should show you that it is
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    • must take it quite seriously that in the world we have to do
    • ordinary physical intellect is quite unable to grasp what we
    • experienced consciously is but a quite small part of it;
    • like a frog; it is not yet quite human but gradually shapes
    • during this time a man becomes quite accustomed to live in
    • really is quite unnecessary, for when they are preparing
    • can be disclosed to them, they would have a quite different
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    • thought. The constitution of the human soul must be quite
    • matter, for it was quite in agreement with what Mauthner himself had
    • quite a particular course. I pointed out that it really tries
    • in it, animates the human dust in quite a special way; quite
    • which it has here. After death these are quite different in
    • really quite a considerable addition to the life of our dead
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    • of what can and must be proclaimed today quite
    • together, but which are two quite different things. There is
    • only in to quite distinct channels in his earliest youth and
    • it is necessary however to be quite permeated, thoroughly
    • cognition it can be very clearly seen that man bears quite
    • structure. Something quite remarkable is now making itself
    • Yet quite other suggestions are also possible!
    • considered quite especially intelligent if the person under
    • quite obvious that airmen for instance have to be examined in
    • men! We can be quite sure that if such an examiner had to
    • examine Helmholtz he would have represented him quite
    • it. For it will blossom and flourish, you may be quite sure
    • says the context proved quite clearly that I did not grasp
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    • should put it to himself, as a quite serious and I might say
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    • but quite different ones than we are. At that time, thinking was
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    • karma. See the defects quite clearly and then start to get rid of
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    • quite advanced esoterics can err by not seeing these connections
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    • its divine light in our thoughts quite objectively. Our ego
    • just the opposite. Quite differently constituted spiritual effects
    • for something quite different
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    • quite unlike what he's used to seeing confronts him. At the
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    • quite good. Of course he is, but the spiritual leaders who founded
    • knew this quite well when he brought his teaching to India at about
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    • esoteric has a relation to outer life that's quite similar to
    • quite empty, this will eventually lead to experiences from the
    • revelations is also quite important. He should be thankful to the
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    • something which links up quite well with matters I have already
    • around, the chrysalis remains quite still, and the butterfly gaily
    • becomes quite another kind of creature than it was as an egg. The egg
    • way to observe things in Nature. First, quite a significant idea is
    • alters the form of its blood vessels; they become quite different. It
    • impulses of the will. He described it all quite clearly. They then came
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    • something which links up quite well with matters I have already
    • around, the chrysalis remains quite still, and the butterfly gaily
    • becomes quite another kind of creature than it was as an egg. The egg
    • way to observe things in Nature. First, quite a significant idea is
    • alters the form of its blood vessels; they become quite different. It
    • impulses of the will. He described it all quite clearly. They then came
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    • archetypes, that are quite different from physical plants, and we
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    • even if these things aren't quite right it doesn't harm anything too
    • quite different way that would arouse antipathy in the first
    • exoterics must be like adults' about children, quite objective,
    • without arrogance or feelings of superiority. It's often quite
    • expressing one's displeasure would be quite natural in a child. As an
    • one would give Lucifer points of attack. It's quite good to
    • light is only based on waves is wrong. And it's quite wrong to speak
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    • spiritual world Goethe is quite right when he lets Mephisto say:
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    • lot in the tropics and it's quite possible that he made some
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    • necessary for thinking. Medieval soul investigators knew that quite
    • ether, they notice something quite different, namely, thoughts that
    • that's not just a continuation of the physical one, but a quite
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    • everything conscientiously in a quite different way than it's done in
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    • theosophist to make it quite clear to himself to be armed against the
    • becomes quite different through this change. The way in which we
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    • be quite outside himself. If a man is a loveless being, a feeling arises
    • recollection, of memory, gradually unfolds. At first it is quite
    • had a force of vibratory stimulus quite different from anything possible
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    • be quite outside himself. If a man is a loveless being, a feeling arises
    • recollection, of memory, gradually unfolds. At first it is quite
    • had a force of vibratory stimulus quite different from anything possible
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    • quite different from what is expressed in that cosmic image,
    • unfortunately quite incomplete copy. They have been so often
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    • quite different one. If Spiritual Science is to fulfill its
    • have to express ourselves in quite radical terms. Let us
    • make this point quite clear by means of a
    • these geometrical facts quite apart from this Euclidian book,
    • not have this purpose, but quite a different one. And, for
    • and lower grades. Men have experienced this quite differently
    • that this may be quite clear, let us make
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    • quite necessary that we remember that during the night, while
    • must, nevertheless, be quite clear to us that there is an
    • becomes something quite different from what it is between
    • quite clear that in a higher reality there can be no entity
    • we see during the day when he is awake. By day he is quite
    • been unable to do? What was yet quite foreign to it? What had
    • animals still exist under quite different conditions from the
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    • must interpret them literally, quite literally. Now, what was
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    • to go very far back. In the writing of Tacitus it is quite
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    • would find the human form quite different from that of the
    • from the present forms, would appear to you quite improbable.
    • quite superficially if we wish to understand what has
    • suppose, for example, something in reality quite impossible,
    • quite different on the embodiment of our planet which just
    • men walked about as they do today, are quite in error. The
    • water-man. But that would not be quite correct. Previously
    • man.” But we are quite sufficiently informed about
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    • represent the matter quite pictorially, let us in spirit
    • understand this quite clearly, we must once more bring before
    • Moreover, we wish it to be quite clear that the ego acts in
    • us hold this clearly in mind and take very earnestly, quite
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    • restored what had been lost in a quite natural way.
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    • Atlantean Flood. At that time, quite in conformity with their
    • quite comprehensible that men, now for the first time
    • something quite different from the Church of the present day.
    • made to her, she is quite intentionally called just the
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    • or for self-consciousness. By this we understand quite
    • is quite impossible to disagree about their higher nature;
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    • quite proper. He does not need to lose this; he needs it
    • and understands. The infallibility of the Pope is quite
    • quite specific with the physical body, in order that this
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    • he is fundamentally quite different from the person he was
    • finds the process to be something quite different. It is a
    • is, with the manner of giving of names which was quite
    • speak quite esoterically it would naturally be necessary to
    • quite compatible with what the other disciples wish to show,
    • is dissolved and the water becomes quite transparent. Because
    • Resurrection is to be taken quite literally, for He said:
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    • a quite simple operation; and we did everything that could possibly
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    • wells up from within. We may be quite near to them in life but we
    • is able to read. The experience is quite clear to him; he himself is
    • Even the astral body is quite different; it is full of inscriptions,
    • karmic past, but is quite new, is for the Initiate a
    • being of another is able to convey a complete picture of him quite
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    • the case, for the earthly world presents a quite different aspect
    • My intention was to speak quite openly about the way in which karma
    • shrink from speaking quite openly about the things of the spiritual
    • is quite easy to realise that had Christianity alone been at work,
    • European culture would have taken a quite different form. In an
    • al Raschid, but inhabited, then, by quite different peoples, he had
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    • of the 19th century he set out again and again, quite voluntarily, on
    • the striking fact that Garibaldi was born, in the year 1807, quite
    • times had been able to express itself in a quite different form from
    • received only a very inferior education, quite unlike the education
    • then they will feel quite differently about their place in modern
    • crazy!' And so it goes on. As I have written quite a number of
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    • begin by picturing to you quite simply the condition of sleep as seen by
    • knowledge remains something that is quite external. Dreams are obviously
    • them in a quite definite and differentiated manner. In the life of day
    • find it quite unbearable to lose in this way almost all sense of space
    • is quite possible to recognise by means of ordinary natural science
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    • begin by picturing to you quite simply the condition of sleep as seen by
    • knowledge remains something that is quite external. Dreams are obviously
    • them in a quite definite and differentiated manner. In the life of day
    • find it quite unbearable to lose in this way almost all sense of space
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    • work. On the other hand, curiously enough, a quite unimportant
    • Every time before he began he quite habitually took out his pocket
    • quite like this. I wanted only to awaken in you the idea that for the
    • characteristics that nevertheless appear quite openly.
    • I said quite
    • from quite different foundations. Look, too, at all the strange daemonic
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    • passed over at all, but the Berlin folk passed him over quite easily.
    • like a description of ancient Atlantis — quite a spiritual
    • really like a spiritual oasis, quite different from any other place in
    • life, it was revealed to me — not yet quite clearly, for
    • already perceive, although not quite clearly, how much of Schelling's
    • quite differently. We read the flashes of genius above all in the
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    • in a quite conscious way. The soul-conflicts of Strader as described in
    • the others, but it is quite evident that he is not battling alone. He
    • that no longer reckons with the cosmos) is quite unlearned in all cosmic
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    • that it is quite impossible to say with certainty whether a Divine Being
    • out to be not quite so important. This fundamental mood he carried with
    • double countenance. He cannot be quite a statesman, nor quite a cleric,
    • quite a different mood and constitution. It was as a matter of course
    • had gone as he wished, undoubtedly the result would have been quite
    • response to the inner impulses of his soul, a quite definite course of
    • quite individual in its forms of expression. It shows quite clearly how
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    • I ask you to consider the following. — Let us take quite a general
    • time a quite peculiar and strong impression, for in seeing Schröer
    • one had the distinct perception: this soul is not quite fully there
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    • than the confusion of the Easter Festival with quite a different one,
    • be accomplished by this method, but must proceed quite differently.]
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    • powers, and it is quite true that with the means recognized today as
    • quite an external way. He cannot remotely conceive of the effect of
    • the older Mysteries. Easter, as I might put it, existed as a quite
    • as he does to the cabbage of the Earth! It would seem quite mad.
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    • quite well without the luxury of reason. In the moment that self-
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    • information, then things look quite different from what is propounded
    • People have quite a skimpy idea about this
    • special attention to this, let's take something quite banal, quite
    • certain Schirmer. This Mr. Schirmer is in a certain sense quite a
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    • was quite different from our present life. The present
    • tarries for a while and which is quite different from the
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    • will keep to quite definite spiritual facts. In order to be
    • was quite different from our present life. The present
    • tarries for a while and which is quite different from the
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    • for them quite different meanings than they have for us
    • epoch when quite new forces and faculties will develop.
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    • the death of man?” Quite apart from the fact that there
    • maintain the breathing by artificial means, we might quite
    • even if other respects the facts hinted at were quite correct.
    • forming a new plant. One can therefore say quite certainly of
    • themselves with bark. We are quite justified in saying of a
    • quite ordinary conceptions — as we will to-day in the
    • of the 17th century, it. was considered quite possible, not
    • originate from life”, not being recognised? A quite
    • Francesco Redi. Quite interesting details might be gathered
    • classified quite exactly how, for instance, hornets develop
    • which makes of him the quite distinct individual that every
    • a quite inferior realm, that that which we have in our
    • is quite clear to him that it is his own Spiritual I, or ego,
    • quite definite soul-process, a quite definite Spiritual inner
    • will quite certainly not burn any one; but the
    • It is thus quite explicable that his memory only extends as
    • soul exercises which a man undertake must be done in a quite
    • gradually die off and finally be quite extinguished, just as
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    • the death of man?” Quite apart from the fact that there
    • maintain the breathing by artificial means, we might quite
    • even if other respects the facts hinted at were quite correct.
    • forming a new plant. One can therefore say quite certainly of
    • themselves with bark. We are quite justified in saying of a
    • quite ordinary conceptions — as we will to-day in the
    • of the 17th century, it. was considered quite possible, not
    • originate from life”, not being recognised? A quite
    • Francesco Redi. Quite interesting details might be gathered
    • classified quite exactly how, for instance, hornets develop
    • which makes of him the quite distinct individual that every
    • a quite inferior realm, that that which we have in our
    • is quite clear to him that it is his own Spiritual I, or ego,
    • quite definite soul-process, a quite definite Spiritual inner
    • will quite certainly not burn any one; but the
    • It is thus quite explicable that his memory only extends as
    • soul exercises which a man undertake must be done in a quite
    • gradually die off and finally be quite extinguished, just as
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    • ancient Atlantean was still quite different in form and had a
    • quite different soul-life. Only when the densification of the
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    • it was given to humanity then for the first time. It is quite
    • someone from quite another world, possessing quite different
    • remarkable effect upon quite savage creatures. Savage animals
    • matter is quite different. The old saga and stories of the
    • speak quite differently from the pupils and disciples of
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    • also mentions plagues of locusts. Quite correct! We know from
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    • “Streaming-out” does not express it quite
    • the forms of the plants were quite different, when the whole
    • quite apart from the fact that when the astral body touches
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    • spoken of today, but they are really mixtures and are quite
    • as equity was something quite different. The old law is much
    • Ephesus forsook the love for external works. So it is quite
    • quite correct. But I have already pointed out that the
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    • be quite different from those of the present day. For it is
    • the great War of All against All man will have quite a
    • described is quite in harmony with it. Let us look back to
    • of what might seem improbable to us to-day will become quite
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    • Human forms looked quite different from those of to-day. Man
    • Sun he looked quite different from our present plants. With
    • although the astral body enveloping mistletoe is quite
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    • question, otherwise quite learned men, who put for-ward this
    • dwelling place quite different from that of man if they were
    • man moved upon this earth in quite a different way from that
    • cords. These in their turn originated from quite soft
    • Atlantean epoch he was a structure which perceived in quite a
    • with coloured edges, quite indistinct. In ancient Atlantis
    • that the physical world surrounding man was quite different
    • but in reality it is quite different. It signifies that the
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    • quite different from what it is to-day. A person can only
    • quite impossible at present for every mission to be carried
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    • pictured quite differently from the way we have been accustomed
    • up with our earth. There were then quite different
    • it will be quite impossible by speech to hide what is in the
    • the supporting forces. This fits quite accurately into the
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    • gained the power to work quite consciously in the
    • that our earth was also quite different. In the time before
    • was quite different. If you had looked at the earth before
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    • soul remains quite individual, it rests within all the
    • kingdoms were formed quite differently from what they now are
    • understand that these designations are really not quite
    • is certainly quite possible for one person to feel happy in
    • convinced that the happiness of one is quite possible without
    • will nevertheless be quite different from these. Upon Venus
    • Atlanteans epoch under quite different conditions from the
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    • altogether. Some one might now say, “I quite understand that
    • horns are spoken of! It is quite comprehensible when heads
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    • Christianity the “Redeemed,” and, not quite
    • Those who are now living thoughtlessly, who are quite
    • magician being taught to destroy life quite consciously, and
    • the two-horned beast. This seducing being is of quite is
    • within the four members. Jupiter will be quite differently
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    • element of super-consciousness, our consciousness would appear quite
    • quite definitely given to Luciferic powers.
    • Taking people as they are and being quite clear that everyone is as
    • quite definite consequence. Earthly form can be just as dependent on
    • quite different human beings if we were not connected with the realm of
    • natural science is quite content to judge in certain realms according
    • actually old? The water you look at will be at a quite different
    • for a few days ago it was not yet there, but somewhere quite else.
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    • quite all; what I was then referring to as the
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    • Mystery of Golgotha. Hence I stated yesterday something which will quite
    • because it is foolish.” The Son of God has died; it is quite
    • quite scientifically and very cleverly. Go through these
    • Scientifically, this opinion is quite in order, but the conclusion
    • seeing God in us. It is also false to say: I am a quite high being, a
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    • development of consciousness that mankind is going through. Quite
    • kind, he must appear to himself as standing quite uselessly around.
    • Now I am quite
    • a way quite different from his. However, we might perhaps say that
    • shape in earthly evolution, causing a quite definite relation between
    • 333 years later — a quite definite procedure to human
    • quite out of keeping with the present day.” For he considers
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    • it is merely recorded. For quite certainly this event, if we consider
    • men would have gone through a quite different point in their
    • to which the spiritual scientist must reply: But you are quite right
    • natural phenomenon, about which he is under no illusion, a quite
    • quite comfortably pass through it; it is brought about simply by the
    • to something quite different; he will discover rhythms, rhythmical
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    • sides for later people to contemplate. At first he is quite independent
    • question is of quite special importance just now; it is truly no mere
    • Emperor Augustus was the centre-point of quite conscious Roman
    • a quite early date, and if it had not worked very quickly against the
    • the fall of the folds of the Roman toga, quite in contrast to the
    • books of myths, which are very gifted, and all the quite mythical
    • Augustus in Rome was aiming at something quite unconnected with the
    • resist Christianity. It was meant to be quite rooted out — but
    • close at hand and are judged from quite another point of view, this
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    • Certain souls incarnated on Earth — often quite simple men —
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    • in a quite different way.
    • is no longer Earth, when it has passed into quite another
    • twenty-year-old, had impelled him from quite a
    • being whom we seem to have met quite by accident, we shall have to
    • a human being in the world we can distinguish quite clearly between
    • quite different kind of relationship is possible, even in childhood.
    • must remain in the Earth-sphere if he is to be man. He is a quite
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    • had made it quite clear from the Goetheanum in Dornach how the
    • only by divine-spiritual Powers. That is quite right, but something
    • attitude and mood for it were not there. It was quite obvious how
    • younger man whom he had known quite well, perhaps as a friend, but
    • this is quite apparent when we study the poems or the personality of
    • artistic achievements. The truth of such things will quite certainly
    • look into the world with quite different eyes once the veils are
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    • persons, would have been described quite differently by each of them.
    • of the twenty descriptions given was quite different from all the
    • picture of him is quite unconnected with his outward appearance and
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    • way in which we speak makes it quite obvious to others that we are
    • instance, refer to him as a fine fellow. You know quite well that
    • needed. We live in times when secrecy is quite out of the question.
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    • considered to be quite impossible. And as a matter of fact —
    • advanced; forms of culture quite different from those
    • to develop and appears again in the modern age in quite different
    • obliged to operate in quite different forms of life and only those
    • conventional experiences of life. While still quite young he took
    • clear evidence that there was something quite out of the common about him.
    • of Arabism will be found — but in a quite different form.
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    • consciousness of Imagination and Inspiration one can follow quite
    • knowledge leads us to the realms of the heavens. There quite
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    • possible since then to introduce a quite different note into the
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    • to-day people are quite capable of writing in a similar strain about
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    • and there — often quite simple men — who had
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    • quite clear spiritual activity. Logical thought only came
    • he entered our present earthly evolution, was in quite
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    • quite clear spiritual activity. Logical thought only came
    • he entered our present earthly evolution, was in quite
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    • study the human being, we must observe him quite precisely,
    • today. — this would be quite wrong. The present
    • But now, try for a moment to think of heat, of warmth, quite
    • independently, quite by itself ... it does not exist as
    • birds take quite definite courses in their migrations; from
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    • study the human being, we must observe him quite precisely,
    • today. — this would be quite wrong. The present
    • But now, try for a moment to think of heat, of warmth, quite
    • independently, quite by itself ... it does not exist as
    • birds take quite definite courses in their migrations; from
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    • facts shall have been named and described, a feeling, quite
    • quite scientifically that there are not only one, but
    • absorbed quite ordinary ideas from his environment as any
    • There we see this boy begin something quite extraordinary in
    • its unity with the spiritual world; it knows, for quite short
    • into which Faust cannot, as yet, quite enter; but how he also
    • personal desire. Quite impersonally must we emerge into the
    • dialect, several words and sounds were not quite clearly
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    • facts shall have been named and described, a feeling, quite
    • quite scientifically that there are not only one, but
    • absorbed quite ordinary ideas from his environment as any
    • There we see this boy begin something quite extraordinary in
    • its unity with the spiritual world; it knows, for quite short
    • into which Faust cannot, as yet, quite enter; but how he also
    • personal desire. Quite impersonally must we emerge into the
    • dialect, several words and sounds were not quite clearly
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    • Egypt, for example, these members worked quite differently
    • child's consciousness is quite different. The child would not
    • is accompanied and directed by the wisdom of quite other
    • evolve quite differently if his bodily constitution before
    • directed in a way quite different from this to the deep
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    • Egypt, for example, these members worked quite differently
    • child's consciousness is quite different. The child would not
    • is accompanied and directed by the wisdom of quite other
    • evolve quite differently if his bodily constitution before
    • directed in a way quite different from this to the deep
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    • things — are quite unlike one another in their
    • speaks to you of the human being, expressing quite
    • present period. This way is quite new; earlier events came
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    • quite peculiar effect. Indeed, when we speak of realities, we
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    • from this point of view. You interpret me quite wrongly if
    • quite ordinary, normal life process taking its course between
    • something that must be considered quite objectively, why such
    • quite special evolutionary processes, possess occult centers
    • quite consciously its opposite, could not develop even in the
    • quite automatically and inevitably, “Now I must
    • through Belgium against France was to follow quite
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    • will be interested simply in bringing to dominance quite
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    • Let us grasp this quite clearly. Up to our epoch man has
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    • even quite intelligent, persons approach one with all kinds
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    • beginning of quite another series of events. One finds this
    • from the ordinary life of the soul. In order to speak quite
    • to kindle meditation in our souls. We must choose quite
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    • beginning of quite another series of events. One finds this
    • from the ordinary life of the soul. In order to speak quite
    • to kindle meditation in our souls. We must choose quite
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    • itself quite immersed in the old Pagan spiritual
    • still far from the Christian faith, quite given up to the old
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    • itself quite immersed in the old Pagan spiritual
    • still far from the Christian faith, quite given up to the old
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    • quotation, for one could quite well go on making
    • motive which prompted Galileo was quite other than those
    • entirely subjective. What is in the feather is quite
    • Giordano Bruno's own personal attitude to the world, quite
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    • quotation, for one could quite well go on making
    • motive which prompted Galileo was quite other than those
    • entirely subjective. What is in the feather is quite
    • Giordano Bruno's own personal attitude to the world, quite
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    • of knowledge a phenomenon of quite special importance for
    • has been living in a very special spiritual situation. Quite
    • quite wrong to say, as many people are comfortably fond
    • material; then they arrange things — and this is quite
    • possible to achieve quite special opportunities for
    • influence of a quite definite idea and a quite definite
    • fact furthering aims and purposes quite different from those
    • had to prepare for a quite new epoch, and at the same time to
    • earlier times quite definite impulses had been brought from
    • we must be quite clear that we know nothing of a great deal
    • quite specially important for those of our friends who have
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    • explained yesterday — something quite different resulted.
    • in which it is usually applied, but in quite another sense of
    • lies something different which is sustained from a quite
    • influenced by individualities quite different from those that
    • post-Atlantean epoch is quite specially arduous, and many
    • into the sixth post-Atlantean epoch, which will have a quite
    • of Ireland, to use its modern name, has quite special
    • the quite individual task of Ireland through the centuries. In
    • a quite special piece of land and this is one factor among many
    • this is something we must grasp quite clearly. We must
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    • People who write in this way are often quite satisfied with
    • would be quite mistaken merely to oppose these things. They are
    • ones. It will be known that such substances act in a quite
    • vibrate there in a quite definite way. The cosmos will impart
    • life. The real point is quite different. It is that a kind of
    • instrument: the real thing is quite different. The real issue
    • there often lies something quite different from what lies
    • Consider how it would be if this brain had a quite different
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    • makes a very potent impression but one that is often quite
    • his earlier life quite objectively and impartially. He is, let
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    • comes to physical expression. Picture it quite
    • views prevailing to-day, will unfold not only quite different
    • concepts and ideas but also quite different feelings and
    • - I, and so forth, but he is quite unable to combine these
    • spiritual Cosmos he will unfold quite different qualities of
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    • physical world, quite different terms have to be used in each
    • spirit. And so in future we shall speak quite openly in the
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    • again took quite a different form. One can perceive an
    • what influences karma proceeds from quite other regions of the
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    • of karma. It is quite true that in order to survey the whole
    • living as a contemporary of Goethe would be quite
    • practise quite faithfully is that they cling to preconceptions
    • friend. By this time he was quite elderly and lived in Graz,
    • a quite different epoch. The circumstances were something like
    • day and the two separated. Quite obviously, Garibaldi's
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    • comparison, even with such dreams as enter quite distinctly
    • Amos Comenius brought Arabism over in a quite different
    • intermingled. We can perceive this development of history quite
    • into later times. Try for a moment to picture quite clearly
    • who was an immediate disciple of Mohammed, we must be quite
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    • memory. He is then still able to act quite sensibly and
    • thing, to present experience quite another.
    • possessed certain qualities, it is therefore quite certain that
    • our feeling is quite different from anything associated with
    • sometimes seem quite remarkable how far individuals are from
    • amazed to see how ineffectual he was after having quite
    • ended quite remarkably, in a life of stagnation and
    • kind quite without prejudice we make the discovery that surely
    • be countless other, quite different cases, where no such twists
    • spoken, quite extraordinarily revered by his pupils. They
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    • life. For what is really taking place? We describe quite
    • and astral body move outwards. We will draw quite
    • two quite different factors: the thoughts which rise up from
    • quite different currents of the inner life and during sleep
    • something quite definite with us into the day. An individual
    • once feel drawn or the reverse, quite independently of
    • what he thinks or does. But something quite different may come
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    • within your soul a moral content that quite justifiably you
    • helpers. Now it is quite erroneous to believe that the moral
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    • things are quite different from things in the physical-sensible
    • This would be quite correct if our everyday ego and our true,
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    • Thus it seemed quite natural to the human being that he could
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    • do not quite understand how to deal with this physical body.
    • is quite clear to anyone looking at these things without
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    • be quite interesting, inasmuch as science is concerned. It is,
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    • that he too must have an Ego within him. This is quite contrary
    • thought in quite a different way — he
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    • deeper. What we do find is quite enough to be going on with,
    • something quite different. It has taken on new dimensions and
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    • thoughts then often work quite unconsciously within the soul.
    • man knows quite well that when a magnetic needle lies with one
    • process with which a human being in the physical world is quite
    • concerned, these are two quite different moments in time; for
    • this is not quite correct thinking. Where the spiritual world
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    • was quite an insignificant scratch. But the patient was under
    • doctor could only tell him to be calm, that he would be quite
    • conscious; it can quite well remain in the subconscious
    • unpremeditated things, and it is quite possible to prick
    • the human soul many conscious manifestations have quite a
    • intensive observation of normal life, we must become quite
    • something quite insignificant, for instance, one's handwriting.
    • there is a lesion in an organ; this may be quite sufficient to
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    • abnormal. These cases are now being discussed quite seriously
    • therefore be judged quite critically; a strictly critical
    • without the medium of the physical body. Even quite normal
    • this longing, which he perhaps interprets quite differently in
    • quite different means and from entirely different points of
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    • quite coldly and without any enthusiasm. It is the same when
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    • other hand it is quite comprehensible that physicists are
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    • thing in which we succeed or fail, is connected quite
    • are things where we can see quite well their connection with
    • although we know quite well in accordance with the usual
    • argue: — “I cannot quite understand what you
    • to understand something which is in reality quite easy to
    • showing us how to attain it. It is quite natural that this
    • faced by an entirely false idea of the Christ. This is quite
    • — it is quite natural that we should first learn to
    • is quite obvious to them. They will also admit this in the
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    • thing in which we succeed or fail, is connected quite
    • are things where we can see quite well their connection with
    • although we know quite well in accordance with the usual
    • argue: — “I cannot quite understand what you
    • to understand something which is in reality quite easy to
    • showing us how to attain it. It is quite natural that this
    • faced by an entirely false idea of the Christ. This is quite
    • — it is quite natural that we should first learn to
    • is quite obvious to them. They will also admit this in the
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    • unconsciously, while consciousness behaves quite
    • conclusions on these matters. Meanwhile these people are quite
    • astral body reacts. According to quite other Karmic forces, it
    • quite a definite kind of body. But not only so. Think how much
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    • unconsciously, while consciousness behaves quite
    • conclusions on these matters. Meanwhile these people are quite
    • astral body reacts. According to quite other Karmic forces, it
    • quite a definite kind of body. But not only so. Think how much
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    • appear to lead in quite a different direction from what is
    • quite ignorant of their home country — for
    • Thus it is quite unsuitable, in writing his biography, to blame
    • quite another science — a science connected with the old
    • already now for quite other complications of life than were
    • attitude, so that at least he no longer wrote about him quite
    • into dire conflict. In the end you can describe, quite
    • Especially his look remains quite unforgettable to those who
    • and then again on quite another, so as to bring precisely these
    • — nay, in certain respects quite impossible, to
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    • appear to lead in quite a different direction from what is
    • quite ignorant of their home country — for
    • Thus it is quite unsuitable, in writing his biography, to blame
    • quite another science — a science connected with the old
    • already now for quite other complications of life than were
    • attitude, so that at least he no longer wrote about him quite
    • into dire conflict. In the end you can describe, quite
    • Especially his look remains quite unforgettable to those who
    • and then again on quite another, so as to bring precisely these
    • — nay, in certain respects quite impossible, to
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    • you. Of a truth, these were sometimes quite other aims than
    • places. Often something quite insignificant will appear there;
    • preserved in silence. These people may be quite innocent; for
    • sources. They may be quite innocent. Nevertheless, they too
    • prevailing in his thought. (I mentioned it quite briefly here,
    • Herzen saw quite truly. But alas, Ahrimanic powers succeeded at
    • quite truly how the sails are set, by certain occult
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    • you. Of a truth, these were sometimes quite other aims than
    • places. Often something quite insignificant will appear there;
    • preserved in silence. These people may be quite innocent; for
    • sources. They may be quite innocent. Nevertheless, they too
    • prevailing in his thought. (I mentioned it quite briefly here,
    • Herzen saw quite truly. But alas, Ahrimanic powers succeeded at
    • quite truly how the sails are set, by certain occult
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    • quite definite takes place. We do not alter the spiritual facts
    • which was spoken by man had quite another significance for
    • world-conception is quite unable to conceive man in
    • unstintingly — albeit, hitherto, quite
    • — fear of the void. They meant something quite objective.
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    • quite definite takes place. We do not alter the spiritual facts
    • which was spoken by man had quite another significance for
    • world-conception is quite unable to conceive man in
    • unstintingly — albeit, hitherto, quite
    • — fear of the void. They meant something quite objective.
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    • and never quite distinctly. When we grasp the fact that the
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    • Church: Caspar, Melchior, Balthasar. These names awaken quite
    • forms, he pointed to quite definite single gestures, single
    • universe, in order to see in these single parts quite definite
    • the symbol of death in a quite particular sense. This, too,
    • Both shields, in distance corresponding quite,
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    • Church: Caspar, Melchior, Balthasar. These names awaken quite
    • forms, he pointed to quite definite single gestures, single
    • universe, in order to see in these single parts quite definite
    • the symbol of death in a quite particular sense. This, too,
    • Both shields, in distance corresponding quite,
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    • humanity it is quite impossible to understand why external nature is
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    • reincarnations. It is as a rule quite erroneous to believe that a man
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    • Post-Atlantean periods of evolution, quite different states of
    • experiences of his everyday consciousness took quite different forms.
    • quite naturally, but the facts about karma were only taught, they
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    • earlier epochs. And as we learn to take quite seriously — it is
    • only when we have learned to be quite earnest about this that we have
    • sometimes quite suddenly in history, shooting in as it were like
    • Geometry. But this teacher was really quite unusual. He had a
    • attention to quite an incidental peculiarity that made a strong
    • Consciousness. Rudolf Steiner Press, 1966.] from quite a
    • to understand how it all follows quite naturally from the karmic
    • quite different for him than they are for other men. Other men do not
    • extends at all over any long period it is quite abnormal — but
    • over to quite other forces. So we learn how little meaning there is
    • that had acquired its quite unusual soundness of head through the
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    • remembered that time-relationships are quite different in the
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    • whole procedure was quite different from that usually adopted by
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    • are, from their point of view, quite justified.
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    • popular if not quite accurate figure of speech —
    • which he experiences as being quite as real as the dense,
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    • forces, we must understand that this belongs to quite a
    • physical world appear in quite a different light in
    • where to speak of space would be quite misleading; but in a
    • many quite simple people but people possessed of
    • capable, when not forming part of water, of entering into quite
    • combinations and unite with quite different
    • to quite different spheres of the Universe. At the same
    • quite ingenious from the chair-philosophy point of
    • is, however, quite
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    • especially at the present time, to speak quite impartially about the
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    • speak quite impartially about the mission of the individual, Folk
    • Switzerland. The Folk Spirit is something quite different from the
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    • quite realistically the etheric body of the human being embedded in
    • must be quite clear about these Beings; we shall then be able to name
    • at the stage of the Folk Spirits, but endowed with quite different
    • inevitably take on a quite definite pattern. You will recall that on
    • work within man and create a certain way of thinking, a quite
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    • they mediate between Archangels and man. You must understand quite
    • these two peoples. The work of these spiritual Beings is quite
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    • language of objective fact often leads to quite different conclusions
    • time endowed with quite different potentialities, potentialities
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    • with other mythologies, is nevertheless something quite unique. It is
    • Spirits, were all quite different from one another. Today we propose
    • memory they recalled this experience quite distinctly. The creation
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    • was later given quite different tasks, to educate the still youthful
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    • speak, quite regardless of our own inclinations, regardless of what
    • art will know that we are aiming at something quite different. They
    • to the two ladies who have co-operated with me in quite a special
    • is something quite different from the customary stage technique. We
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    • in the world around me (a plant kingdom quite different from our
    • day. All the relationships and conditions of life were quite
    • particular have become quite different. In olden times what we call
    • sickness and health were due to quite other causes. In those times
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    • be quite clear that there are things which form part of a system of
    • have quite different things to say about the rainbow too. We say to
    • something quite different from the momentary thought, that is what
    • is something quite different from what it is in the physical world.
    • body are bound to taste quite different, if I may so express it. As
    • Knowledge of one's own astral body has to be described in quite
    • can be expressed. There is something which shows quite
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    • — whom he really thought of as quite remote from human nature.
    • so to say, one whose destiny, whose whole life, seems in a way quite
    • they stand to us. We know that, under quite different conditions of
    • instructed in such things said quite seriously that at that time
    • are next above man, the Angels. In the Greek period quite special
    • rejected the Christ Impulse we have a science which is quite
    • be quite clear that the Beings who were pressing forward towards
    • be quite wrong. From the universal rule that the real, guiding
    • Greeks quite in the way I have expressed it, but it nevertheless
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    • quite clear from the way in which they depicted their gods, giving
    • men had to do. It follows from this that the Greeks knew quite well
    • of what he experienced. You find it all there, quite realistically
    • realise that it describes quite realistically, in all detail, actual
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    • today was quite unknown to the ancient Greek. If we call to mind what
    • encounter this ego once. Although we know quite well that there are
    • quite different; the ego too for clairvoyant consciousness is
    • below, in the physical world, the physical body has only a quite
    • in the physical world is in its physical manifestation quite in
    • consciousness, bodies of quite different appearance from physical
    • even the Bible recognises that quite a different bodily form, one
    • the matter from another aspect, which throws quite a different light
    • that it is also dependent upon forces which come from quite another
    • spiritual world, and has become a quite different being, a being
    • about with quite different-looking physical forms. Secretly, in the
    • would be quite different from our external human body. But this
    • soul has given a graphic answer to this world-riddle quite in
    • man. But a geology, a palaeontology, of quite a different kind has
    • outside the physical body. To burrow in the earth is quite absurd; in
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    • we have certainly seen how much of what we come to know today in quite
    • another way is to be found there as something quite obvious. When we
    • manner. It is of course quite another question whether the argument
    • we are examining is quite easy to understand.
    • is obliged to say: ‘Then it is quite impossible to learn to
    • endeavour to press on by quite another path than that of ordinary
    • that something quite different from ordinary knowledge was cultivated
    • in quite another way from all that man meets in ordinary exoteric
    • begin from something seemingly quite unimportant. As soon as one
    • not to illusion — one has to set about it in quite a different
    • the second half of the life between death and rebirth quite different
    • quite trivial but is nevertheless important. If one wants to describe
    • as to acknowledge quite consciously: ‘If you reject the
    • that quite consciously, for it is inevitable. One must face up to the
    • is a contradiction!’ In reality it is quite possible to test
    • quite a different part of his soul. It does not follow that his
    • sometimes assume quite different names when they enter into the
    • experienced a revival in Plato. And we admire Platonism in quite
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    • consciousness is quite unaware. A treasure slumbers in the deepest
    • of all courage; we recognise: ‘It is quite impossible for you
    • the normal consciousness today is quite unaware, and that when in the
    • We must be quite
    • clear that, in fact, man's appearance today is quite different
    • to know about it, we should be quite unable to make use of our brain
    • quite obvious. It is shown in the fact that our entire self,
    • entire being into us, streams of which we are quite unconscious; and
    • Being in Earth evolution through whom something quite new can enter
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    • from the heart in quite distinct currents and permeate the brain; we
    • quite other substantial things connected with the Earth, and these
    • trees, from a certain aspect quite correctly. The relationships which
    • they quite rightly recognise have been brought about as the result of
    • directions. Actually it is quite wrong to describe the animals which
    • are known in zoology as mammals as the Darwinists do. It is quite
    • course of their development been subjected to quite different
    • external science. During the course of the Atlantean epoch quite
    • admit that the forces at work in the mammals are quite different from
    • It is quite different
    • around the head, quite near the skin of the head, has a thickening,
    • aura of a Magdalene is quite different from that of a Mary! The
    • to discover him to be something quite different. We could then either
    • be quite wrong to look upon what was expressed in our first
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    • instance how the ancient Greeks got rid of this wonder in quite a
    • scientific path which is quite practicable, even though to modern
    • But it is quite
    • chemistry it will in the future appear quite reasonable. When we
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    • quite naturally into what I propose to say tonight.
    • perfection quite naturally as mature in the highest degree. Truly, the
    • of the whole tragedy of the Christ. Quite a different peace, quite a
    • but sudden leaps are quite obvious. So too is it in the spiritual life
    • portrayed in quite a different sense, — a prove to us that there
    • worlds? The words of Hermann Grimm in his book on Homer are quite true:
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    • quite naturally into what I propose to say tonight.
    • perfection quite naturally as mature in the highest degree. Truly, the
    • of the whole tragedy of the Christ. Quite a different peace, quite a
    • but sudden leaps are quite obvious. So too is it in the spiritual life
    • portrayed in quite a different sense, — a prove to us that there
    • worlds? The words of Hermann Grimm in his book on Homer are quite true:
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    • in “clever Hans” for quite a long while, this interest should
    • heard of such things for the first time were quite skeptical, until
    • to be quite reliable. He could do excellent sums, extract roots, etc.;
    • to express it quite independently through its soul life. But the
    • could not reckon anymore. In fact, he became quite wild. He felt that
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    • in “clever Hans” for quite a long while, this interest should
    • heard of such things for the first time were quite skeptical, until
    • to be quite reliable. He could do excellent sums, extract roots, etc.;
    • to express it quite independently through its soul life. But the
    • could not reckon anymore. In fact, he became quite wild. He felt that
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    • quite accurately in all their details. We at once feel that there is
    • we take these words at the beginning quite seriously But then we have
    • stand quite firmly on the ground of facts, of truth, of the attainable,
    • which represents quite a different condition of soul or consciousness
    • back in quite a different way to human antiquity than by ordinary science.
    • cease, but we find that the human soul in general is in quite a different
    • imagination. We know quite well to-day that when we speak of imagination
    • were still quite different from what they are to-day, when they were
    • over into the new period something which at the same time made him quite
    • writings are to be explained in quite an occult sense as an active protest
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    • quite accurately in all their details. We at once feel that there is
    • we take these words at the beginning quite seriously But then we have
    • stand quite firmly on the ground of facts, of truth, of the attainable,
    • which represents quite a different condition of soul or consciousness
    • back in quite a different way to human antiquity than by ordinary science.
    • cease, but we find that the human soul in general is in quite a different
    • imagination. We know quite well to-day that when we speak of imagination
    • were still quite different from what they are to-day, when they were
    • over into the new period something which at the same time made him quite
    • writings are to be explained in quite an occult sense as an active protest
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    • spiritual script. But these signposts have a quite special
    • souls. A man first observes it quite externally: when spring comes he
    • for him in high summer, quite different from its importance at other
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    • nature for the general activity of quicksilver, leading quite
    • addition to the salt-formation, which comes from quite another
    • October onwards the Earth is quite impregnated with this form of ash.
    • Earth. And so, in a certain region above the Earth, a quite special
    • we should find the whole thing quite different. We should observe
    • taken any earthly nourishment, it was a quite different being from
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    • bodily form into one that looked quite different — a sclerotic
    • the Easter festival in this way we should be placing it quite naturally
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    • though of course I can do so only in a quite sketchy way
    • preserves the thoughts of the cosmos. And so, quite directly, the
    • — the phrase is quite correct — is changed by cosmic
    • Imagination. These things are quite real, but I cannot speak of them
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    • quite definite way from those Beings whom I have pictured in
    • below, quite specially visible, is
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    • when a profound metamorphosis set in, which I shall be quite
    • in our time it would be thought quite absurd, wouldn't it, to
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    • regarding the fixing of Easter, which quite obviously,
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    • thirtieth year. These men then knew: I have become a quite
    • regard to the Sun-birth, people were quite clear that in the
    • cosmos, for in quite ancient times he experienced a second
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    • quite diagrammatic way how the etheric body is formed. It has
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    • History will be presented quite differently. It is certain
    • will play quite a different and much more important part
    • understanding. But is this, in fact, the case? Quite simple
    • like the Germanic, with quite different ideas of religion and
    • of their very souls, had lived hitherto with quite different
    • the ailments of childhood, men will perceive quite clearly that
    • Christianity spreads quite independently of scholarship
    • soul to soul, penetrating these souls quite irrespectively of
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    • it, quite inevitably, by the culture of the times.
    • looks quite different during the time of an eclipse. I shall
    • quite a different appearance. It is an experience that in the
    • shining. The spectacle of the earth around us is quite
    • that cannot be confirmed by experiment? It is quite impossible
    • Him with a kind of consciousness quite unfamiliar to them
    • understand because He transported them into quite a
    • — in the quite different Form in which He appeared after
    • matters in a way quite other than present conditions allow. For
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    • it now. It is quite true that when clairvoyant
    • one day as quite extraordinary. Read Ernest Renan's
    • Apostles were not always able to distinguish quite clearly: Now
    • Nazareth was only very slight. The Christ Being was still quite
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    • quite a different direction. And that of which he now
    • with the Essene Order had come about in quite a different way
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    • have understood them but they, on their side, did not quite
    • to well up quite spontaneously in his soul, how his journeys
    • who had become, through Him, quite different from those
    • been said as it should be treated. We have quite enough enemies
    • not out of egoism but for quite other reasons. For the Spirit
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    • the grave events of war we have lost within quite a short time a
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    • the grave events of war we have lost within quite a short time a
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    • quite different. I mean the function it long ago assumed
    • that science demands; and this brings with it, though quite
    • but quite clearly general human ones.
    • developments. Something quite different suited human nature in
    • quite natural for older civilizations not to see only pure
    • experience of self something quite different from what we
    • experience, as the sense of self is for us, and quite another
    • to show, it hides from us the spiritual world. It was, quite
    • process, but also in making it quite free of corporeality. Only
    • this kind of objection; there is something quite fantastic,
    • us be quite honest with ourselves. In ordinary life, if we
    • way by meditation and concentration take on a quite special
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    • hallucinations and visions. He strives quite calmly to achieve
    • this activity. Quite the reverse with the exercises I have been
    • operation, he sees something quite new. The world in which he
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    • quite different to the man of today from what it was, for
    • concepts are quite so suitable for the meditative life I have
    • but also by anyone who examines the external documents quite
    • quite considerably from that which we find in earlier ages of
    • history to encounter something quite different. Let us go back,
    • — will discover quite empirically that the Greeks
    • this produces an attitude to the outside world quite
    • civilization, fundamentally we have to adopt a quite
    • the higher levels of education and training had a quite
    • science and art: religious life. It affects men quite
    • has a quite special effect on us. When we look at the
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    • quite different form, further West — and in this
    • quite consistently, regards the world as made up of replicas of
    • us be quite honest with ourselves and consider whether, at any
    • decline will quite definitely proliferate.
    • Englishman himself observes that a quite different spirit
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    • popular way I could also present quite scientifically. But we
    • it is one quite different in kind from what we observe within
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    • social life which are quite unlike the forces that are really
    • child's psyche, is quite certainly nothing intellectualized.
    • since childhood. This is something quite different from living
    • indicated quite naively in his soul, his understanding and
    • emerge, sometimes, with quite illusory but all the more
    • could be understood by the young in a quite different manner
    • mean in this way: quite certainly, there are on the staff of
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    • The essential point, however, is that we can see quite clearly,
    • an impartial attitude, quite free of preconceptions, is capable
    • the West as a quite new configuration. This is true of the
    • us today. It was based on certain quite material activities of
    • understanding when, by the quite different modern path into
    • over, quite arbitrarily, the general view that looked to this
    • religious views themselves have taken on quite different forms,
    • external appearance, as can be shown quite clearly by an
    • ago, in China. Here, quite suddenly, men sought and very
    • years ago there in the Far East on quite different cultural
    • was theocratic in form has gradually assumed a quite
    • built on a quite different branch of the economy — on
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    • of the antecedents of a phenomenon that has, quite justifiably,
    • earthly life. Plato thinks it quite feasible that children who
    • slavery appears quite natural to him, he would also grant those
    • in the Orient, we find that it embraced a humanity quite
    • scholarship of our time has quite correctly observed that the
    • tragedy, Aristotle, we perceive quite clearly, is really
    • of human labour within the social order was quite unrealized.
    • wakened, it is quite impossible to exclude labour from that
    • phenomenon turns out to have a quite different significance in
    • outlook, however, was the quite definite assumption that
    • — fought quite differently from the way such battles have
    • foundations quite unlike those that exist today,
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    • quite a lot of social systems advocated by the various shades
    • For example, if you start with quite simple scientific facts,
    • our time, we can see quite clearly that there are also many
    • projected certain subjective experiences, quite involuntarily,
    • what he has is something quite different. I would say:
    • — something elemental which, in Europe today, is quite
    • governed by instinctive drives. These are something quite
    • an article of mine in it, but couldn't quite understand what
    • this I always reply: “Quite true, if not enough people
    • it in quite different contexts of ideas. What is said, however,
    • “decay” is not quite accurate here, but the image
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    • quite different from those controlling the other two fields of
    • derives solely from the intellect, and quite another to reckon
    • common to the whole of humanity. In other words: to be quite
    • by quite distinct and different factors: spiritual life, legal
    • have quite different determinants, and that we must therefore
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    • something which we exercise quite dreamily. On this account much of the
    • part you are quite unconscious of it, just as you are unconscious of
    • many. Many think they possess something quite special if they have a
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    • something which we exercise quite dreamily. On this account much of the
    • part you are quite unconscious of it, just as you are unconscious of
    • many. Many think they possess something quite special if they have a
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    • exercise quite dreamily. On this account much of the pondering on
    • you do not even dream. For the most part you are quite unconscious
    • think they possess something quite special if they have a few blood
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    • exercise quite dreamily. On this account much of the pondering on
    • you do not even dream. For the most part you are quite unconscious
    • think they possess something quite special if they have a few blood
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    • quite a different way than does the ordinary man of the day.
    • another in winter, but one can experience quite distinctly that
    • only to an insignificant degree. This must be taken quite
    • quite healthy — he never felt before at all; something
    • which he had quite comfortably addressed as ‘I’ he
    • and earnestly takes up Theosophy. Alcohol is quite a special
    • effect of the ego on the blood is occultly quite similar to the
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    • appear as something quite different from earthly milk. Milk is
    • accuracy by means of coffee. We might say that it seems quite
    • to make use of the stimulus of coffee. This seems quite
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    • read a novel he was quite unable to forget it; he could relate
    • any memory, and yet that he knows quite well what has happened,
    • learn in quite a natural manner to judge of his own worth as a
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    • quite wrongly estimated. In the external life, which is
    • time. And we may even learn gradually to feel quite clearly
    • Spiritual Beings, who to-day have quite a different task from
    • spring — in the physical body this is expressed quite
    • conditions are variously combined. They may take a quite
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    • having done so he must quite clearly understand that during his
    • even quite young people, approach everything in the world upon
    • have this belief; but the other person will know quite well
    • order that what is meant may be made quite clear; it is not
    • world, for we may be quite sure that when such a desire for the
    • loathsome. Such things are quite possible in the experience of
    • about with him as a heavy weight; and we may be quite sure his
    • of Folly, should be condoned; no, it may be quite justifiable
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    • were described in the last lecture, to be no longer quite at
    • quite universal. There is no man when he looks back in the
    • remember in quite a hazy manner, grows into what it once was,
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    • an observer of souls it seems quite justifiable, and yet at the
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    • below a quite different man; he is a better man than thou; his
    • by leaving his constitution quite untouched and placing his
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    • observation is quite an insignificant one, but the schemes and
    • looked quite different from what he now recognises as himself
    • however, quite unlike what has developed out of it to-day. And,
    • nature was also quite unlike his present surroundings.
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    • quite shadowy. On the other hand, the rest of the organisation
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    • quite different from its appearance in maya.
    • quite immaterial how this truth is regarded. Insistence upon
    • although his clairvoyant power may not be always quite pure as
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    • Manichaeism only `gets' on with Dualism, (in its own way quite
    • Augustine then also passed through Scepticism, which is a quite
    • present in what he experiences in his inner soul; quite
    • absolute dogmas. We must be quite clear that those who come
    • They regarded the Sun Mysteries as something quite veiled,
    • life. These persons do not know how, perhaps not quite
    • stage, in which Augusts Comte quite in the sense of his master
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    • Manichaeism only `gets' on with Dualism, (in its own way quite
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    • present in what he experiences in his inner soul; quite
    • absolute dogmas. We must be quite clear that those who come
    • They regarded the Sun Mysteries as something quite veiled,
    • life. These persons do not know how, perhaps not quite
    • stage, in which Augusts Comte quite in the sense of his master
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    • thinking is a quite peculiar thinking, really inseparable from the
    • life, who are quite different from each other in their points of
    • quite remarkable about Goethe's influence on
    • says: ‘There were quite extraordinary people here. One
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    • Now we must not be one-sided and unjust. It is quite correct,
    • quite clear that of the powers of the human soul — thinking,
    • completely objective truths, which men have recognized as such, quite
    • from the other side of the river and reveal quite peculiar qualities.
    • he saw his ideas with his eyes. At this moment there were two quite
    • sees how this is made in one or another shape, taking on quite
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    • will be understood in quite another way from what it is to-day,
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    • quite realistically what he himself had experienced; and this he did.
    • brings with him an eternal, spiritual part from quite other realms,
    • — but in such a way that it must be thought of as quite
    • into quite another age, in which he can again experience something
    • manner him whom he has not quite got to know before. So it is now
    • poetic clothing up of quite realistic, albeit supernatural events,
    • explained by otherwise quite clever people. As Wagner sees the
    • if they are used in a quite special way. On this point Goethe has
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    • ideas in the head was something quite foreign to them, but they
    • different experience. What we call ‘will’ was quite unknown to
    • him. We judge quite wrongly when we believe that what we call
    • for the most part? We are very proud of them, but we quite
    • course of time can be evoked again later. This quite abstract
    • are thus able to define quite exactly the time in history when
    • they ought to remember quite easily, has been completely wiped
    • ticket. He carried everything out quite sensibly. His reason
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    • land by every means in their power; for it would be quite clear
    • hand see how it was accepted in those times as something quite
    • such wars; they are not quite easy in their conscience.
    • there is a quite definite principle underlying these conquests.
    • made themselves felt in quite another way. Let me put before
    • to-day is accessible to all, they had quite naturally this
    • temporal memory; now we have these two quite different
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    • in which we know it to-day. It was quite possible, either for a
    • could receive in the way of instruction was of course quite
    • themselves in quite a different way. And when we observe in
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    • decay, it is something quite different, subject to quite other
    • yourselves have held for a long time; you know this quite well.
    • — one takes it quite lightly! But the training of
    • scarcely be able to experience anything but quite abstract
    • experiences of quite a different character. Here he experienced
    • perceived quite other elemental spirits. This dance of the
    • a modern book of history, which is, of course, quite justified
    • quite a different goal. We feel as though what I have just
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    • they would have had quite different ideas of the Christ Who
    • spirit, and you will find that each gives you quite a different
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    • possible to gain quite a clear and concrete picture of them in
    • condition. It is quite impossible to find even the slightest
    • is quite another matter when you eat, for example, a poached
    • changed to something quite different. The human being is
    • warmth of the fire, which can spread out all around quite
    • course, when we speak in quite an ordinary way, we may say:
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    • believe, can take exception to it. For the rest, it is quite
    • idea, quite independently of the outer meaning of the concepts
    • quite special. It represents the second stage, as it were, of
    • terrific uproar, and we become quite deafened by it. We leave
    • becomes art quite spontaneously. It fulfils what Goethe said
    • Golgotha. Quite certainly a man becomes religiously inclined
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    • believe, can take exception to it. For the rest, it is quite
    • idea, quite independently of the outer meaning of the concepts
    • quite special. It represents the second stage, as it were, of
    • terrific uproar, and we become quite deafened by it. We leave
    • becomes art quite spontaneously. It fulfils what Goethe said
    • Golgotha. Quite certainly a man becomes religiously inclined
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    • inner being. We must be quite clear that what is described as the
    • of his Ego and Astral body. But we must quite clearly realise that
    • beings. Let us once more make quite clear how it is that we feel
    • Archai) that remains for most human beings something really quite
    • arrangement of those degrees there was a quite different thought.
    • This can be seen quite clearly in the early Church writers. In
    • in an anachronism. It is laid on man to-day to find quite other
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    • inner being. We must be quite clear that what is described as the
    • of his Ego and Astral body. But we must quite clearly realise that
    • beings. Let us once more make quite clear how it is that we feel
    • Archai) that remains for most human beings something really quite
    • arrangement of those degrees there was a quite different thought.
    • This can be seen quite clearly in the early Church writers. In
    • in an anachronism. It is laid on man to-day to find quite other
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    • belonged to quite another world than the formative forces of
    • legs belong to quite another world than the two other members
    • humanity. Of a quite other kind is the clairvoyant results
    • is ethical, these two can be inwardly quite well
    • would be quite false to believe that any material processes
    • made. But each one should be quite clear how such
    • the 19th Century was quite filled by this fear, this horror
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    • belonged to quite another world than the formative forces of
    • legs belong to quite another world than the two other members
    • humanity. Of a quite other kind is the clairvoyant results
    • is ethical, these two can be inwardly quite well
    • would be quite false to believe that any material processes
    • made. But each one should be quite clear how such
    • the 19th Century was quite filled by this fear, this horror
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    • sympathy and this love will originate quite naturally, it
    • all these activities we foster love. This is quite in
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    • really do not get to know him, for they are quite shut up in
    • sympathy and this love will originate quite naturally, it
    • all these activities we foster love. This is quite in
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    • Everything tended to situate Goethe in a quite definite way
    • there quite baldheaded. To a learned man in the year 1765 this
    • was something quite dreadful. Goethe, who was sensitive to such
    • and, sitting quite still in his room, reflects: “How many, many
    • really a philosopher of nature who is quite familiar with its
    • especially among women, is deified, but finally behaves quite
    • life of the time thought quite otherwise; everything was
    • we may really feel pleased when someone is quite honest about
    • the air pump and have become a famous professor.” He says quite
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    • need to do so. It is explained quite nicely, for instance, that
    • nevertheless, something quite similar in them — not to mention
    • become something quite different in Goethe because the same
    • forcefully is due to his quite unusual connection between the
    • have led to quite definite events in life. So he withdraws from
    • something quite different — how does it come about that he
    • quite easily into the spirit of a wise man; that is, when
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    • and which the least? Quite obviously, those who adhere to the
    • something quite different and must be kept quite distinct. In
    • such animals can achieve. Something quite unusual came to light
    • imprint themselves upon the animal quite objectively, even
    • has quite correctly reminded us of the following. Herr Pfungst
    • wisdom and is quite intimately united with it. Its orders, so
    • the whole story. Their inner nature is something quite
    • quite different to him than they would have been if he had not
    • could really say quite a bit about the connection between our
    • producer; it has quite definite tasks. As to what then happens
    • which is often connected quite externally with him, is related
    • way. A seed often appears quite insignificant beside the
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    • quite shortsighted in their thinking, usually assume that
    • there were quite definite processes in the mysteries in ancient
    • transition from the ancient, quite definite conditions in which
    • still often associate something quite inward with the word,
    • quite definite goal. Anyone who can form a vague conception of
    • machines will be quite impossible; such things will be replaced
    • will be possible to bring about something quite definite. Just
    • individuals like himself. Evil minded people will produce quite
    • can already point today, not merely abstractly but quite
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    • quite unsparing in testing ourselves and our self-knowledge,
    • comes from cruelty, a quite definite characteristic that is
    • superior was most indignant and saw quite clearly that he no
    • conditions.” Then the jurist, who was quite intelligent and
    • speak to his wife because he had left something quite heavy
    • can make quite significant comments on it.
    • and, if there is, it must be pointed out quite clearly that the
    • conflict, and so on. The story may then relate quite
    • that the author was quite familiar with various recent endeavors to
    • it is quite impossible. But intimations must be given in one
    • very fact because we must understand quite clearly that what
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    • truth as their objective but are really seeking quite different
    • places. There something often appears to be quite
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    • became really quite angry and wrote another volume in which he
    • fields and became quite a versatile young man. Even as a boy he
    • the whole, he was a quite popular teacher. But at this
    • He was, therefore, quite clever but somewhat less lovable.
    • find that the people themselves register the facts quite
    • humanity evolves and how these are quite different from those
    • horrified, angered, or disgusted me. It seemed to me quite
    • had attained as knowledge. In my case it was quite different;
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    • quite clear to us, moreover, that human life falls into two
    • is not the conception they hold, but rather something quite
    • quite restricted. The emphasis that each places upon his own
    • will realize quite clearly that these things should not be done
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    • but since that time — everything has become quite different.
    • disciple of Oswald and Haeckel and is quite a materialist.
    • earth and the life that exists in the spiritual world. Quite a
    • by people pursuing specific purposes. And it is quite easy to
    • delivered quite a few messages. Little by little, it turned out
    • case, the statement that followed would have been quite
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    • regard the Sun, for example, quite differently from the way
    • quite a number who are authorities in the domain of
    • Him. — What else was he to say? I am quite sure that the
    • saying: Just listen: So and so has been speaking quite
    • self-portraiture has a quite definite sequel — the ladies
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    • only keep to what is quite diagrammatic.) Thus the senses
    • twelve senses. Most of you know this quite well and I have
    • makes his own there lies what lets us see quite clearly all
    • quite different, by the thoughts that have been working and
    • personality aroused quite special notice and gained
    • uncertain. And we should be quite clear about it. We must
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    • there is nothing there I am not speaking quite
    • longer. Everything now becomes quite abstract with the
    • a way that made it quite evident that he was still picturing
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    • particularly, one cannot but remember that there are quite a
    • of many persons to-day it seems quite foolish to criticise
    • — caricatured: one will only get into quite a distorted
    • quite a large number of people to buy stock of this kind
    • quite specific, concrete facts of actual life, and not to
    • will ask: ‘Well, but aren't the things all quite right,
    • must die too! Statistics are meant for something quite
    • natural science, one comes gradually quite away from all
    • cri-cris were quite curious little machines: it was a strip
    • the manufacture of cri-cris might quite well have been
    • requirements of life: one may leave these quite out of
    • thing quite beyond the calculation of the people who reckon
    • anyone in these days, who has not the will to go in quite
    • is one that may quite well be asked. But in asking it, people
    • have not really quite thought out where the point lies. The
    • in the whole context of life. It is quite true that these
    • accordance with the realities. People think it quite
    • social conditions; one can quite well have a feeling for
    • consequence. It cannot be examined by quite the same tests as
    • quite a large enough number of them already. And so we will
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    • Tag. We are quite well aware, that if our propaganda for
    • the basis of the price-question; that a quite
    • and at the same time can think, they arrive quite infallibly,
    • this impossible Reichstag (it will be a quite impossible
    • the stock in the warehouses. All this they see so far quite
    • will still find people to come quite willingly, and work
    • beginning we made, in April last year, might quite well have
    • these horrible old parties; something quite new must come to
    • being ‘quite enthusiastic’ about it.
    • the pulpit was quite in the anthroposophical direction! More
    • saying: ‘Really, you know, that ought to be done quite
    • prepared to do new work from their own quite inner and
    • impossible as things are to-day. The State makes it quite
    • indeed! The foundations must be laid of something quite
    • quite ready to acknowledge; — as also, for example, that
    • will grow into something quite big, and in which things could
    • that it is a case here of quite practically conceiving ideas
    • will agree that is quite out of the question, when we are
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    • scientists have disputed and acted in quite contradictory ways
    • such problems I am obliged to take a quite different course
    • is quite possible to say — as I have already done here
    • not know. Science quite rightly looks for causes of what plays
    • thing where we have to admit that it has a quite different
    • and accepts good ideas. Something therefore of a quite
    • knowledge in the natural sphere. We must, of course, be quite
    • soul has to attain a quite different constitution from the one
    • second edition after quite a short time. The author relates
    • is captivated, — all this is quite out of the question,
    • order, but they are arranged inwardly in quite a free way.
    • experience. We have to find quite different inner forces in our
    • are quite different from those we must use when ordinary
    • spiritual world is only a lot of meaningless words, is quite
    • — we then have quite a different relationship to the
    • This is quite irresponsible and is certainly not meant here.
    • everyday senses, quite differently from the somewhat
    • on the inward plane. Here we have quite a different picture of
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    • — and there were quite a few of them — believed
    • two nations are quite different in character. The one is the
    • superseded by a quite different way of thinking and quite
    • quite justifiably how something very important begins at
    • aspects of this evolution from this viewpoint quite well. He
    • describes the quite wrong attitude taken by those living in the
    • to how history ought to be studied. And something quite
    • Wilson's work, and vice-versa. Sometimes there are quite short
    • belong quite well to either of them. Only try to acquire the
    • necessary knowledge, which is quite easy to do in this subject,
    • the purely literal content, is sometimes quite remote from the
    • certainly do not pass this judgment lightly for I am quite
    • the inner soul life of man comes to expression in a quite
    • What really happened here? Hermann Grimm observed quite
    • the fact that something quite different was also happening in
    • quite sure that these people will come to decisions which will
    • conscious in us in a quite different way from our perceptions
    • Karl Lamprecht quite rightly observed that a new age began in
    • leaps, but is superseded by decided a leap, by a quite
    • consciousness soul has a quite different relationship to
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    • quite obvious to anyone, a philosopher, for example,
    • particular way so it becomes quite a different power in the
    • be developed into something quite different in the soul from
    • naturally has quite a different significance, must be applied
    • of such exercises as have been described brings about a quite
    • assumes quite a different character under the influence of
    • these exercises. It really becomes quite a different power in
    • extent of having the impression that we are in a quite
    • ordinary lives or we would become quite useless or even worse,
    • clairvoyance, but in a quite different way the spiritual enters
    • years ago, and who had quite special artistic gifts which were
    • of the soul. And it is quite understandable that having
    • quite rightly emphasized that the approach to knowledge which
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    • paradoxical, much that today is quite unusual.
    • use our own limbs very imperfectly, or were quite unable to
    • “I think” is not quite exact. Thought develops in
    • is quite new to one — like an entirely new sense
    • something quite different for the kind of research which uses
    • quite another way, when he is understood in his relationship to
    • quite a number of physicians have felt themselves called to
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    • it becomes quite clear that however far we are able to go by
    • does a study of the various species that we can perceive quite
    • natural science and tries to go quite a different way, and this
    • quite different kind of perception, as far as it is possible
    • ego anywhere? And how can I in any case — as he quite
    • phenomena that normally are only considered quite apart from
    • really quite wonderful to see how Goethe treats the physical
    • Here something quite different happens. We start with something
    • the really deep core of our soul life. This can be seen quite
    • conscience. We develop quite definite feelings, a particular
    • Morality — though quite a different kind of morality from
    • which is quite real for the science of spirit, that a second,
    • more subtle man lives in us, having a quite different
    • scientist of spirit or anthroposophist knows quite well the
    • quite a different kind of consciousness is at work in the
    • in quite a different way. And, as I have said, we become able
    • expressions but what he means is quite clear even without going
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    • which for many is bound to be quite ludicrous. He must of
    • his views, he can say: I know quite well that at the present
    • economy can be managed quite bearably at one's
    • the same time we can be quite isolated from the life which we
    • no: it is not quite like that. A person who has not
    • aspects of political economy can be managed quite well at one's
    • theories “which can be managed quite well at one's
    • a quite antiquated way of thinking. The point is made that
    • is only too true that in this respect quite a number of sins
    • long as our thinking remains on the surface, we attribute quite
    • on the ability of our forefathers, or on quite different
    • we shall arrive at a quite wrong idea of what is said. If I
    • acquire a coat today it appears quite natural, according to the
    • This, in the first place, lies quite outside the approach of
    • self-interest. It would be quite different, however, if work
    • a quite different unfolding of the powers and capacities of the
    • feelings the social question comes to be formulated quite
    • human beings and aiming at a particular income are two quite
    • from the path of egotism. This is in practice, however, quite
    • something quite different from a more or less undefined
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    • with difficulty was quite negligible, the remainder taking
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    • with difficulty was quite negligible, the remainder taking
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    • History, is added; but as a truth of quite a different
    • acquires a quite special significance for the present.
    • earthly humanity. It would be regarded as quite justifiable
    • from quite opposite points of view. But their points of view
    • behind, expresses itself quite strongly within the world. One
    • dear friends, the matter is not quite so simple as this. You
    • that has made quite special difficulties in the
    • it is quite specially necessary that real attention should be
    • quite differently. I would certainly never make it in the
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    • friends, in conclusion, something quite paradoxical. Just
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    • possible for these things to arise out of a quite
    • notice how in the one case — I mean this quite
    • which were quite new in comparison with the methods and views
    • a quite different attitude to the spirit. Naturally this must
    • being gifted, as having a touch of genius. And quite rightly
    • approaching such difficult and serious times that it is quite
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    • its evolution, spiritual forces are working. It is quite
    • religious atmosphere (I say that quite kindly) and the ether
    • scientific point of view, both are quite different from the
    • of evolving humanity? In earlier times it was quite correct
    • Christ. It is quite possible for that which spiritual science
    • preach the old creeds. Now of course we can look quite kindly
    • abuse. That is quite obvious, and it cannot be otherwise,
    • I, for example, acknowledge it quite frankly,
    • its success. It would be quite foolish not to acknowledge
    • future. who do not only do that which is easy. It is quite an
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    • mystical matters are being talked about, knows quite well
    • It is quite
    • world traveller and that he can quite well prove to himself
    • quite fairly obvious. It presents a convenient picture of
    • that the various facts are quite in accord with each other.
    • Children and grown up people are quite satisfied to be lulled
    • credulous it would have been quite impossible for the
    • will emerge quite naturally as a result of the knowledge
    • the artist. It is quite certain that well written books on
    • can feed himself by a science that is quite different from
    • be justifiable, would laugh for quite another reason
    • regard it as artists regard aesthetics, being quite conscious
    • in front of one. This will produce quite a different kind of
    • quite authoritative utterances. But if a man writes
    • were quite understandable — was the following, which
    • quite clear that to-day it is essential first of all to
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    • These abstract thoughts are quite remote from reality; they
    • altogether from man. In reality, of course, this is quite
    • quite well how much they can count an man's inherent love of
    • realise this quite clearly among children who are taught
    • therefore quite true to say that everything our eyes can see
    • grasp of thought. This is quite true, for whence comes the
    • something quite new, something he did not experience in the
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    • invited me there, I shall have the quite natural feeling that
    • quite unconsciously. It is something that, when the soul is
    • would be quite different. It cannot pursue its own life,
    • when studying it quite superficially, that this human
    • in both cases is something quite different, In the one case,
    • quite different. Such an example as this shows particularly
    • this one came quite naturally to see that something had to be
    • quite simply: How would you develop in your various parts
    • portray fire and air? It is quite clear that in reality fire
    • expresses something quite different in value from yellow
    • expressive into that of the inner perspective. It is quite
    • intellectual aesthetics, but proceeding from a quite
    • often takes place a quite secret process when we become aware
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    • perception is quite different. The essential point to realise
    • soul are quite different. Those, however, who strive for
    • a quite different form from that of ordinary life.
    • seership, however, something quite objective, but no loss
    • unfolds within him as a seer and is quite different from the
    • of seership in the domain of music and poetry are of a quite
    • which lies quite outside ordinary life. This is not correct.
    • reveals something quite different. When we perceive a man's
    • study, but it is quite erroneous to think that there must be
    • regions are quite separate in human experience. The fear,
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    • true sense, to place it in the service of the Divine. It is quite true
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    • really do not get to know him, for they are quite shut up in
    • sympathy and this love will originate quite naturally, it
    • all these activities we foster love. This is quite in
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    • certainly was quite a different sort of relationship. What
    • question is quite obvious — we need only to think of the
    • human beings. Death in animal and plant is something quite
    • Golgotha quite differently from later periods. And it is not
    • — we can verify this, although quite insufficiently in
    • In Nietzsche a quite definite substance lived as thought. This,
    • perceive the psycho-spiritual nature as such, quite separate
    • an objective fact quite apart from human knowledge; but this
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    • receiving a quite specially prepared etheric body. We know that
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    • of this activity we are quite capable of assessing the value of
    • understand quite well, because you have first to think as a
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    • the religious element formed quite differently during the past centuries.
    • world views to themselves in quite different way than in former times.
    • hundred years ago with quite different eyes: when did they come into
    • to solve the riddles of the world in a quite new way. Not only because
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    • personalities have a quite extraordinary knowledge, a universal wisdom.
    • quite differently than other professors of philosophy since the 17th
    • most primitive organs of mental view. One only needs a quite simple
    • soul, consciousness-soul in which the ego lights up. This ego is a quite
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    • Euripides follow. With them Orestes faces us quite differently. Why
    • in the mysteries as a truth before the whole humanity. This is a quite
    • This is a quite fantastic
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    • world things, and it understands it quite naturally as a purely physical,
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    • of devachan in mysticism. This life in devachan differs quite substantially
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    • big riddles of existence to them. Now, however, something quite peculiar
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    • developed to form a lens, and quite slowly and bit by bit the physical
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    • figure. One could make that quite clear if one wanted to talk about
    • century people believed to give something quite new with a natural creation
    • at that time in a quite subtle etheric condition. You can imagine it
    • beautiful forms, partly in quite grotesque forms. They had no upright
    • this theosophical approach reminds, quite elementarily, of a remark
    • This view agrees quite exceptionally
    • beings, they were in quite different conditions.
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    • The basket with the dead pug is quite light; it becomes heavy when she
    • quite different power, it not only controls the dead matter but it spreads
    • profundities in him and obtaining internal knowledge, to attain quite
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    • garden to the boy. From the bushes the birds shout quite clearly: “Paris,
    • quite clearly in those three ladies, I probably understood that I would
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    • the human being is a quite reasonable, maybe a somewhat sober human
    • of humankind also depended on the quite different developmental levels
    • on our earth are in quite different relations to each other than today.
    • with anything we know today. Thus we come back to quite different circumstances.
    • what I tell now is something quite fantastic and strange for those who
    • it really limited that way? Already a quite usual reflection can teach
    • quite different on the earth than they were later, and than they are
    • it in such a way that it reacted in quite different way to the forces
    • and that in quite different way the effects on the bodily expressed
    • in quite decadent forms of the lowest animals. The human being reproduced
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    • it happens with Ibsen quite differently. Ibsen is completely a child
    • We have to make connections with quite different regions: his destiny
    • nor in antiquity. It is something quite uncertain that he represents:
    • community. But this ideal remains something quite uncertain. He says:
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    • We get to quite different
    • quite differently with which we move our arm and set the brain in motion.
    • lives on a quite lively earth. However, we want to take this picture
    • on quite different forms in future. However, at the same time for somebody,
    • quite differently about whom we know that the seed of this future human
    • but I have to start from its mysterious inside that is quite unknown
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    • shortened, would maybe rendered quite superfluous. Then already in the
    • soul. If we remember Goethe quite briefly again: with the word “entelechy“
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    • was called the “queen of sciences.” Is it now not quite
    • than in that which quite a few people may tell about the immediate experience.
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    • It is quite certain that
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    • this would be a subjective behaviour; we want to explain quite objectively
    • the possibility to carry on the medical profession in quite different
    • in himself which enable him to understand life from quite another side.
    • quite different feelings with respect to healing if he became engrossed
    • is quite natural that one takes the animal experiment where one believes
    • quite different values. The knowledge of the spiritual that connects
    • a quite different thinking is capable of it.
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    • From the point of view of world knowledge it is quite irrelevant whether
    • will get to the formal quite naturally. Science takes a particular position
    • in the way that he exercises some mathematics, learns to think quite
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    • necessity be also an enemy of blood. Minor is quite right
    • quite correct, but what about the remark that the devil is an
    • blood. It is quite obvious that Faust must sign in blood, not
    • nature's workshop, and in his popular works he quite rightly
    • is quite right when he says that a competent
    • them, but only as a mirror image. It is quite different when
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    • is quite useless to attempt a cure by means of abstract
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    • which he looks into quite different worlds, he realizes the
    • was supposed to be, yet word for word quite correct.
    • breathing is indeed quite amazing, and we must look at it in
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    • instreaming of divine-spiritual powers. Thus it was quite a
    • we refer quite seriously to realities, it can indeed be said,
    • viewed the world, quite physically. The Greek did not see the
    • He therefore saw the sky quite differently from the way in
    • that he would have been quite unable to understand it, if he
    • esoterically. These East-West contemplations are to-day quite
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    • be quite well defined backward, but in the front it would dissipate.
    • that became heavy for man. One couldn't quite get out of it. One was
    • a culture that has become heavy. One cannot quite get him in movement.
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    • chosen his place on earth in quite the right way. He does not quite
    • home before he came down to earth. He does not quite fit into the earthly
    • On the light, on that which was Light in man. One has to take it quite
    • if I may express myself that way — something quite healthy, because
    • In this respect it is quite
    • once that the human being, as I have, presented him quite often, renews
    • quite grievous for me to see the children use any kind of finished triangle,
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    • considered not quite sane, aren't you? It was not as bad as
    • place externally, something quite different was happening
    • regard to the spiritual aspect can look quite different. Not
    • is quite impossible. There, you cannot explain one thing
    • emerging, that they are quite confusing for human thinking.
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    • consider another aspect. Let us take an example quite
    • resulted? Or might not Goethe even have been quite an
    • things like that. He has seen something quite different
    • quite regardless of the results, especially those in the
    • been quite forgotten will by that time be regarded as very
    • externally, for while something quite different is taking place
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    • is certainly quite a difference between your methods. And
    • week.’ But that way you cannot look ahead at all! It is quite
    • say, “I am quite certain I will give my pupils the right
    • it and quite naturally say that the horse is pulling and the
    • takes him. That is quite obvious. Therefore the horse is the
    • He could quite well have stayed in bed, but he gets up all the
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    • if we want to understand it, than something quite similar in
    • quite right in saying that repentance is necessary and has to
    • Spinoza is utterly and totally wrong. The matter is quite
    • came about, due to which the Parsifal concept was quite
    • That is quite obvious. We see then that in a certain respect we
    • and the effect can still be exactly the same. This is quite
    • chooses something quite definite, but not in the way that he
    • comes first, and how it is to be carried out is quite another
    • quite a different course from the physical body. Our physical
    • interweave. It is quite impossible for us to be subject to pure
    • an unconscious action where we are quite sure that the spirit
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    • quite enough that after death, probably for eternity, the
    • but in earlier centuries it was still quite an ordinary,
    • explained in a quite specific field.
    • far as ancient Greece, we would be quite wrong to imagine that
    • ought to say if he were to be quite consistent. He would dream
    • matter of will but of something quite different, so that we
    • strange way, like people who have been drunk and have not quite
    • is something quite different from proving a thing. So much for
    • is quite ridiculous how unable people are to think, that is to
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    • in the most recently born children is something quite
    • such a sense, it is quite essential. Much of the sense for
    • in itself? For most people it remains quite a. shadowy
    • their rose when considering anything. They are quite
    • experience—to think quite concretely of the situation
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    • can quite, well speak of the early Indian epoch, the early
    • But it is not so. Language is something quite different with
    • testifies, which gives testimony. Thus there are quite
    • ground: something quite different! The significance of words
    • question in quite a different way it in our language we had
    • The animals know quite well what they eat; originally in
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    • themselves still quite substantially. If we look at our
    • quite different. There we stay outside with our ego more or
    • childhood if we are tired remains quite tired during the whole
    • people experienced something quite particular because there the
  • Title: Mystery of Death: Lecture II: The Path of the Human Being through the Gate of Death - A Transformation of Life
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    • when he goes through the gate of death. Under quite special
    • This folk-soul is a real being. It needs quite particular
    • quite special reason.
    • It is even difficult to coin words for those quite different
    • after death for ourselves that we understand these quite
    • This is a quite different existence. With it is connected that
    • must have patience — of the quite different relations in
    • person has fallen into the brook, and can now form a quite
    • quite wrong. If one examines the matter purely anatomically, it
    • must often turn around this. But the matter becomes quite
    • have a later, quite important example of the effectiveness of
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    • something quite unusual was to be felt in the aura of the
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    • quite differently. If we compare the cultural development in
    • fears it quite terrifically. As soon as it only touches what
    • — and he confesses his thoughts quite sincerely, while he
    • to me at all that two stanzas are built in a quite particular
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    • centuries. To quite other storms of life the offsprings of
    • a quite particular time when the human being can be, indeed, in
    • something quite peculiar, however, also concerning his heart
    • made purchases, the seven-year-old boy quite on his own. One
    • out dead not long afterwards. Now you are quite justified to
    • most recent time. It appeared to me with quite particular
    • characteristic words, this must touch us quite strangely who
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    • forces are not such forces which are quite strange to the human
    • physical body would be quite different than they are. Because
    • epochs. Imagine that an epoch of the earth evolution is quite
    • concerned. If any nation became quite materialistic, this
    • appear quite comprehensible to you if you have such matters for
    • matters once quite rationally, one will get wonderful
    • relations of the Russian people are quite different. Its
    • before something quite different as it is the case in Western
    • where the relations are quite different, — you will find
    • quite materialistic, whereas with us each movement is the
    • quite differently and such matters that are taught already in
    • Eurythmy will become something that is quite general, since the
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    • perceive the physical body looking into a mirror. It is quite
    • can notice that we get to quite different conditions at the
    • worlds for the everyday view, and that it is quite
    • the human beings must start again thinking and feeling quite
    • Maid of Orleans would have experienced the time in a not quite
    • Orleans went through this state in a quite striking way. One
    • village, and said that something quite particular must have
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    • quite easily what I said. The causes may be in the most
    • is clear that this is proved quite well. However, assume once
    • folk-soul is ascending. Thus you see that it is quite
    • Provisionally, however, it is quite explicable that that which
    • quite differently.
    • quite natural that one speaks everywhere in that way, as the
    • quite different internal forces of development live in Europe
    • that is quite different from that they are aware of. Do not
    • quite vividly in that which our spiritual movement can give us.
    • made sense to many people because it was written by a quite
    • against it. It is absolutely comprehensible that the quite
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    • quite differently, because everything is developing. The ideas
    • turned out quite differently if at that time England had not
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    • summertime. It is quite natural that somebody who wants to rise
    • This is quite right, but Solovyov sees the spiritual life like
    • events quite differently than it happens now. One must say that
    • Such matters happen in the world. Quite different supports have
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    • who reached their normal age. This is quite important that
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    • Solovyov is actually an excellent spirit, but a quite Russian
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    • himself with certain circumstances quite differently than this
    • quite differently about some matters than we can feel without
    • connected with the deepest world mysteries. We should be quite
    • not quite properly if anybody says that one becomes conscious
    • were to their souls. There said the father: this is quite
    • that one deals with a quite inferior sort of book.
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    • into question, a quite definite outlook developed; and it may be said
    • for example. I quite realise (and I have spoken of this in my book Vom
    • on the non-Catholic side. All this may be quite well recognised while
    • At that time he said something that is quite correct — at the
    • present time men actually become quite frightening when they begin to
    • think — that is they were quite frightening then. One need listen
    • And in point of fact he was quite right. There is no doubt that he hit
    • excel is just in our freer use of the senses and in a quite definite
    • that me have, it has the quite exact concept without needing to form
    • from that of man. It is just the outer sense-perception that is quite
    • which gives him quite a different picture. You need only be attentive
    • not always taken sufficiently in earnest. I could give you quite a number
    • is a quite different process of inner perception — a very different
    • and at the same time go on? No those are quite right who says “a
    • fuller experiences, with quite different experiences. It might be said
    • It is quite well known to natural scientists that the eyes of lower
    • today, for him to say: This is pure madness! — That is quite easy to
    • from the standpoint of abstractions are often quite honest and worthy
    • the reason, my dear friends. Fear is, of course, a quite general universal
    • There are only quite a few
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    • necessary to be quite clear about the sources of these things and the
    • he suppresses this. What it then represents can be something quite different.
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    • reality, is actually neither quite within his conception nor his will;
    • consciousness being quite different before birth, before conception—without
    • more ado you would get a view of mineral and plant kingdoms quite different
    • then they are quite right in denying any life at all after going through
    • man could bring back his thoughts. For quite a while this went on working,
    • break, and quite externally without any sequence in the thought this
    • Science. Very often they come to it with something quite different to
    • my life I have found quite a number of people who were spiritual people
    • inner ground I learn from the spiritual world. These men do quite useful
    • later epochs of mankind. Then, however, can, and quite certainly would,
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    • quite another question, a question that can be settled only by each
    • this remains quite unnoticed. We can now look at this precise relation
    • inner life of soul. I have gone quite deeply into what kind of mood
    • since resulted in quite definite trends of feeling and attitudes of
    • then quite other things will play a part than have been played, are
    • be Chinese Science is something quite different from what we call science
    • a fact, a fact well known to quite a number of you, that is to say,
    • just because if one is narrow-minded it is really quite im possible
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    • quite possible to say that in Judaism the matter, the very basis of
    • to the Roman Empire it quite decidedly did not do so there. You need
    • first arises in a quite different form, a form that is intimate and
    • of the north quite differently. These northern barbarian hearts are
    • quite embryonic, waiting on till later. Thus it may be said: we have
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    • to the understanding which can be employed quite well where nature is
    • the world will look in a quite different way from how it does today
    • He is alone for a quite definite reason and must feel himself alone.
    • lived in Goethe, and you have the strange, the quite strange, fact that
    • to outward appearance, inwardly quite unfinished. It contains everywhere
    • these words in which Goethe had still a quite pagan feeling, with those
    • be said that the intellect that leads us quite well in our search for
    • scientific truths, this intellect that can quite well guide us in acquiring
    • deed. Quite certainly the time has not come for Goetheanism to be able
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    • quite outstanding members belong to a single being. Confusing
    • evil feelings during the day, appear in quite another form
    • quite a different way, than what we have perceived about them
    • before. For example, we find quite extraordinary beings in the
    • world for quite a while. The human being must so to speak go
    • or she will meet something which appears as quite new, a
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    • quite unique form, the world riddle. What is this, however?
    • quite extraordinary, bringing self knowledge of human
    • our quite normal development. Not continuously coming to terms
    • became something quite different.
    • mother! Mother! It sounds so wondrous!” Quite wonderful
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    • something which makes a person quite different from what he or
    • Something quite different! You easily realise with precise
    • quite different, which in a certain sense is tied even deeper
    • In this gradual resulting self-education there arises quite by
    • result you will notice your inner-life becoming quite
    • different. You experience quite different feelings,
    • its consequences: life will reveal itself in quite a
    • development of the earth is described, which can appear quite
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    • is quite reasonable to stand in some sort of fear of the modern world-conception,
    • who are quite accustomed to the old conception and who believe that
    • order to understand an organic being we must realise that a quite special
    • quite originally and elementally, out of the intuitive thinking.
    • to find organic structural forms quite independently of nature. But
    • are apparently quite different. But in studying them you will see that
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    • one. This is a point which must be quite clearly stated. If you follow
    • the task-of humanity is really something quite different from a mystical
    • quite independently alone. These are things which are born, just as
    • quite a different cause. In designing such a building as we have here
    • quite definite principles, that are bound up with the very nature of
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    • in him who has artistic perception. Hence I do not think it quite superfluous
    • that he accept it as a dogma of belief, for myself I am quite clear
    • Shall it be quite unfruitful, this Spiritual Science, for life? Does
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    • growls. But let us be quite clear that those are spiritual
    • makes quite clear. And what appears now? A travelling
    • this sounds to us. But we must be quite clear that this
    • epoch from earlier epochs. Today it is quite the thing to
    • quite differently applied. Such a man had the spiritual
    • modern science it is not so. It is not nonsense at all, quite
    • must found a social order quite different from that of today,
    • flight — something quite different, therefore, from the
    • electricity. It would be quite easy to show how infinitely
    • this, as our own times clearly show. This would be quite out
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    • whole is quite clear. Mephistopheles takes Faust away to
    • 1800–1. As a quite young man Goethe began to write his
    • is quite comprehensible, that is, how he is enjoying the
    • more than 90% fluid, a column of fluid, and has in him quite
    • anointed; he wants more feels quite in his element, addresses
    • men are quite fit to join in the Walpurgis-night.
    • Mephistopheles is quite clear about such people, and
    • Goethe originally planned the whole scene quite differently
    • different souls can quite differently interpret one and the
    • turn Faust's thoughts in a quite definite direction. But here
    • that, something quite different, and to realise that much
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    • which he could lead Faust to Helen. But he was quite
    • don't go home quite absolute.” We see the connection
    • makes Mephistopheles quite sympathetic and kindly. For how
    • quite worth-while for once to reflect how Goethe himself did
    • it possible to bring a quite spiritual Helen into the
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    • impregnation. One has a quite wrong and materialistically
    • Goethe quite rightly judged it fit to give out knowledge of
    • consciousness out of quite another world. But this must be
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    • repeatedly drawn attention to this from quite other. points
    • mere ‘spectre’? It, is quite clearly indicated:
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    • quite different mastery over the forces of Nature, the
    • quite other foundations than for example the bonds of blood,
    • bring in quite other impulses of evolution. Such an Hero is
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    • standpoint of art, but from quite another point of view. It
    • himself quite specially connected. If we separate man out in
    • do, we see his intense longing to gain something quite
    • But we can quite well understand if the old names earth,
    • reality, must be grasped by a quite different consciousness.
    • different consciousness, through quite different forms of
    • is quite unlike the world we see today during our waking hours
    • quite consciously — transported into an element, into a
    • ranges were formed by fire, is quite right for more ancient
    • The other animals are of quite another kind. There are
    • sleep to one less deep, and though not quite awake, are on
    • place in that lower sphere. Goethe intimates this quite
    • Homunculus will not venture into that world and says so quite
    • and down. And Goethe does not hesitate to indicate quite
    • a quite unique way. The beings whom Mephistopheles finds next
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    • this sound forth, making it all quite clear for those who
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    • understanding. nevertheless, it appears to me of quite
    • quite definite way. He either becomes a scientist, learning
    • hold them. It goes without saying that one can quite easily find
    • evolving the present form of thinking about nature, two quite
    • spiritual can be quite parable to him. For I should like to
    • garments, aid these are beliefs in limits to knowledge, quite
    • will invent a quite different collection c6 words for what du
    • something — he continues — that is quite delightful. We have
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    • conceptions adapted to a quite different state of human
    • These quite abstract explanations, all this symbolising of an
    • learning anything of the spirit by doing much that is quite
    • human being while quite a child has the closest affinity to
    • today, are quite out of the ordinary. What then does the
    • but quite real world. This is one of the most profound scenes
    • not quite reach it. This is what Goethe is wishing to tell
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    • men who when they are asleep know quite well what is actually
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    • something on the way to becoming human yet not quite
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    • things for the future, but in quite a general sense one speaks
    • still something quite different involved. Man gradually feels
    • However, one must be quite knowledgeable about all the facts
    • have experienced, in quite a different order.
    • however must then be really practiced quite systematically.
    • fantasy, but which we quite consciously determine, which is not
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    • bodies if I live in you as a false image. This is again quite
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    • Spiritual scientific knowledge is quite different to teachings
    • of this knowledge. It is quite different to merely recognise
    • spiritual knowledge. Occult science offers us quite a different
    • of beauty, that pulling out the first grey hairs seems quite
    • in the most distant past, that the earth appeared quite
    • this Atlantean time, they appear quite differently to our souls
    • impulses turned to anger it had quite a definite influence on
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    • as can accomplish this, visions of a quite distinctive
    • and he begins to receive quite consciously impressions of the
    • which even in the most profound state of slumber is not quite
    • cognisance of worlds quite other than this, then will
    • nevertheless (and indeed quite comprehensibly so) caught
    • subject is, with such persons, quite fruitless. They must first
    • ape, as we know it. The facts are quite otherwise, and
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    • standpoint. It was indeed quite true, how these people felt and
    • 13th or 14th century are quite unknown. Then it would happen
    • the dead. Then they would say to themselves, ‘Is it quite right
    • comparison. Today the thinking of many people has become quite
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    • all quite useless, in spite of the preface dealing with the
    • refuge in them, life will go on quite peacefully. But those who will
    • egotism. It is, of course, quite right to speak also of the life after
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    • It must indeed be quite clear to us that man has various kinds of
    • life is quite unaware.
    • consciousness has been purely materialistic. It is not quite accurate
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    • Certainly it is quite correct to say: ‘God rules the world.’ But in
    • been quite different, those secrets which were felt to need the
    • after all, quite easy to realise in an elementary way that spiritual
    • it to be so. You may be quite sure that there are already numbers of
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    • quite present to his consciousness, yet in the background of
    • already quite intent on the endeavour to reproduce the teachings of
    • of rendering the scriptures with quite a new eloquence, in a new
    • he was aware that he must speak in quite a special way. Fichte's whole
    • was something already quite clear to the mind of this German. But
    • skilful in making smooth gestures, but quite likely,
    • of Jena, he found himself in quite a serious dilemma through his
    • that to-day we may think quite differently as to the substance of
    • draw quite close to him. The result is that we can feel his
    • and leaving the hall. All this has the quite unusual result that we
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    • but I am not quite sure as to this. Then came other messages given
    • extremely sceptical in such matters, were now quite convinced. Among
    • It was quite impossible that either the medium or anyone present at
    • mental vision. We must be quite clear as to the fact that when a man
    • materialistic turning to the worlds of the spirit. Now, it is quite
    • say quite new things, But we should be going quite off the track if we
    • complete stranger, an event to which the dreamer is quite indifferent.
    • Now, such an event as this cannot come quite suddenly, even as the
    • very near to Christ, to find Him in a quite different way than has
    • and karma, but that it contains a quite special language, that it has
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    • indicated. In the primal ages it was quite natural to live in constant
    • devote ourselves to these seemingly abstract though in reality quite
    • good in the folk-customs of olden times, much that is quite right and
    • made by ourselves even in quite small things, that again is a
    • in the same way, and it is quite remarkable to note that everywhere we
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    • saying, it has quite a concrete significance, for we have meetings,
    • were able to describe it quite concretely and objectively; describing
    • it take place? It takes place quite simply in normal sleep, on almost
    • man in its entirety does not run its course quite evenly through the
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    • of humanity, this view is in a sense quite compatible with the twofold
    • Spiritual being, and though he may be quite unconscious of having had
    • subject; he should learn to strike the balance. It is quite natural
    • the cinematograph. If you put the question to yourselves quite
    • cinematograph; I should like to say once more that it is quite natural
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    • indeed in some respects even worse than those which are quite false
    • conditions we are quite without consciousness, or in our waking state;
    • be quite polite, and we may, therefore, say that the non-recognition
    • He, therefore, set it on fire himself, before it was quite dark. In
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    • summer time of the earth we are in a quite different relation to the
    • upon this knowledge, and were intended for a quite different purpose,
    • directed towards the earth. For this reason man is quite different
    • does not run quite parallel with man. For men are not all born at the
    • astronomy it was quite justifiable to add Uranus and Neptune to our
    • quite different, but the Copernican Cosmic System has not yet gone far
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    • mentioned. Hence it is easy to understand that we must speak in quite
    • must use quite different expressions and study the subject from quite
    • use these expressions in the same way; for it is now quite impossible
    • profound impulses to be found in this chapter, would probably be quite
    • falls on each one of us that quite unique and magic light which gives
    • for the word ‘Salt’ was then quite naturally understood as
    • if it were quite impossible to speak to the cultured today through
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    • could still be sensed quite distinctly in certain farming villages as
    • Story.” The actual Christmas plays had already become quite rare,
    • still heard quite a few times these “Star-Singers”, reciting
    • villages and cities were quite different. Indeed, in the Christmas
    • must find it quite understandable that in the place of this former
    • awaken humanity quite differently to the most sobering and terrifying
    • quite primitively, yet they could speak in a very real and living way
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    • poem really is. Let us for once place this before us quite
    • this picture before us quite dispassionately, perhaps the
    • man upon earth. We need something quite different from ordinary
    • moment quite remote. Beginning then with the latter, we are told
    • earthly things, seems to the Westerner quite intelligible and
    • us once [and] for all see quite plainly how Arjuna stands there as
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    • appear to lead quite simple lives. Yes, there are many today who have
    • the pursuit of popular science, which we regard today as quite
    • strange that while for all of you it is quite natural to speak of a
    • thought that man has developed and takes quite for granted today,
    • they value is something quite different. They value their concepts
    • suggest to you that it would be quite simple for someone to come
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    • is quite easy for the materialistic science of our age to reject the
    • experience, reveals something quite different from a mere
    • experience may arise in our soul quite similar to what I have just
    • something that stands in quite a different relation to this blow of
    • feeling is quite different in its quality from any recollection out
    • have no idea that beneath the threshold of consciousness we are quite
    • dream-life, I have set before you two quite different conditions. Our
    • free ourselves from them in quite another way if we really mean to
    • quite other reasons, thinking for instance that they need meat for
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    • he could quite well accept his life as such and ask no questions.
    • realize that judgments are passed that originally are quite correct
    • productive work. From their point of view they may be quite right,
    • man is no longer quite in the position of a mere loiterer or
    • It is not quite the
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    • Western world will observe a quite definite configuration of the
    • the same things I am putting before you here. It is quite
    • self-consciousness. Meanwhile people had to live quite differently
    • then, even as external experience is quite different between the
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    • imperceptibly at first, then ever more definitely, and at last quite
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    • being perceptible in their essence there is quite another reason why
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    • permeates the souls of these nineteenth century men quite
    • quite misunderstanding what the West actually contains. A
    • something quite different. When we today go through our occult
    • of the ideas, were experienced quite differently by the men of that
    • though it is quite possible to translate tamas as “darkness.”
    • not quite justified, for the simple reason that if someone said,
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    • in whom he may believe; he is quite prepared to believe in them, but
    • his eyes. Such are tamas men in a certain conscious sense, and quite
    • been not quite comfortable to belong to that spiritual movement that
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    • Anyone who tries quite seriously to work through the experiences
    • quite special experiences which can have a dismaying, revolutionary
    • shocks pass quite naturally over the soul when the whole course of
    • is experienced in a quite definite manner, but for unmediated vision
    • prepared to set aside his own opinions and to observe quite
    • transformed. In the first place there will be a quite new mode of
    • futile. It is a futility to which all souls quite naturally give way;
    • ordinary life. In a certain respect it is something quite terrifying.
    • the Initiated a mere means to an end. Let us try now to be quite clear
    • him. He has worked his way through to the moment where something quite
    • Thou art alone in the world. Thou art quite alone in the world. And
    • that he has brought with him a certain power. It is perhaps quite
    • quite terrifying, because two things are entirely lacking from them.
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    • experiences something different, but he experiences it in a quite new
    • There, events occur in two apparently quite separate domains. In one
    • experience is, he must adopt quite different habits of thought. A few
    • acquires for the ascent into the higher worlds. Quite definite
    • of any superstition, but from that of quite empirical observation, he
    • Earth's vegetation changes in the usual way. Quite similar are the
    • for these, quite independently of the Sun's position, are outside his
    • quite special and important experience in the Mysteries. It was
    • spiritual worlds — one must be quite clear about that.
    • the quite different nature of the spiritual world as compared with the
    • experienced. at a quite definite stage of the Mysteries. From this
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    • quite numerous beings; Zarathustra gave them the name of
    • quite apparent to the seer, as it was to the Egyptian soul who was
    • out from the Being with whom you are united, you are now in a quite
    • worlds, his feelings were quite similar to those of a present-day man,
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    • place in a quite special way through the fact that those inspiring
    • exercise on man a very great influence in a quite special way. While
    • soul. That is why so many people in modern times feel (and quite
    • quite real in the middle of the Middle Ages, Klingsor, the Duke of
    • Consider what people have been learning for quite a long time now and
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    • quite otherwise than in his etheric body. Through his physical body
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    • Philosopher's Stone. It is spoken of as something quite real and the
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    • The process of Western Initiation is quite different. Eastern
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    • Occultism has quite another conception of the Gospel of St. John.
    • Dionysos of the Ancient Mysteries to whom quite a different
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    • accustom ourselves to quite a different mode of vision. To begin with,
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    • At night, the astral body functions in quite a different way. It no
    • It is quite different in the case of an initiated disciple. He
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    • consciously in the world of thought, quite independently of the actual
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    • evolutionary sense, are to be taken quite literally. To breathe is to
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    • consciousness is quite different, inasmuch as in our age it is
    • A consciousness which repeats the third stage but retains the acquired quality of objectivity. Images have definite colours and are realised as being quite distinct from the perceiver. The subjective sense of attraction or repulsion vanishes. In this new imaginative consciousness, the faculty of reason that has been acquired in the physical world retains its own powers.
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    • their next incarnation, inner qualities which are quite different.
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    • feelings were quite different from ours. Whereas modern astronomy is
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    • there is quite a different standpoint. One learns that there
    • astral vision is something quite different from physical
    • these religious texts quite literally if we want to attain
    • things quite well with the help of what I said up to now. In
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    • spiritual and original aim. He gazes into a quite new, world.
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    • groups we meet with quite different stages of initiation. But
    • meaning of ordinary life. It could be quite easy for someone
    • Theosophy would be quite wrong to undertake an intellectual
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    • eighteenth century, on a quite unnoticed occasion, an Initiate made
    • quite slowly.
    • dimmed and dulled. To grasp theosophical truths a man must be quite as
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    • tells us quite rightly how the two natures appeared to Hercules in the
    • The pupil learns to recognise the spiritual world through a quite definite
    • what actually happened in space; it is something quite different. When
    • only those given in the past, but quite new ones. They are not repetitions
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    • or a saint such as St. Francis of Assisi, things are quite different.
    • and quoting the real H.P.B. but her astral corpse. It is quite
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    • returns to the Earth only when he will find quite new conditions and
    • the world quite different from the picture which prevails today among
    • quite new things and makes them his own.
    • fell on the Earth under quite different conditions as time went on.
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    • of the physical plane, we are quite justified in saying that man has
    • the beings who live on the Earth. On the astral plane things are quite
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    • the etheric and astral bodies quite unmolested and to rely on everything
    • him are behaving. Aristotle was quite right in saying that man is the
    • find such comparisons, relevant to the highest questions. But quite
    • quite naturally, so that the child will believe before it has knowledge
    • people who write and pass judgments are quite immature. You have to
    • your own; before then it is quite impossible. From the fourteenth to
    • his own karma quite alone. If he can do this, what place is there for
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    • ago the occult teacher had a quite different task. He had to concern
    • can take pains to instil quite specific habits. Whatever the etheric
    • the change in the meaning of the word you can see that something quite
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    • appears quite late, and in the language of the earlier Greeks no word
    • quite right. This feeling became more and more definite in the course of
    • and the Earth itself, were quite different. There was a time when none
    • man, though in a quite different form, was already there. His physical
    • There are quite enough souls streaming in from other directions to
    • scholarship gives a quite false picture. The Manicheans are supposed
    • quite radically those who by nature are wholly evil. And then the
    • transformed evil will become a quite special good. The power to effect
    • was quite different in earlier times; only by relating the present to the
    • eyes he always lagged behind. He could have achieved something quite
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    • like our present-day mineral kingdom would be quite wrong. On Saturn
    • solution: this has been discovered only quite recently.
    • forms were quite different from those we know today.
    • first time what our early forefathers expressed quite simply in names,
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    • a quite different process prevailed in those times. The whole of the
    • and men — demi-gods. They became quite especially important for
    • of the head and forehead was quite different; the forehead was much
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    • feeling quite different from our own. The Atlantean, too, was still
    • by a Being whose body it was. They had a quite concrete conception that
    • Copernican for the physical. In future times yet another, quite different
    • the future we shall hear something very different and stand in quite
    • this characteristic of truth, we shall acquire a quite different relation
    • forms. And we shall then look at modern humanity in a quite different
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    • our manner of perception in dreams is quite different from that of ordinary
    • for life. Quite often dreams of this sort go unheeded because we fail
    • entry into a new but quite specific state of consciousness is marked
    • derive from yourself alone. They need not be important; quite insignificant
    • The occultist must do this quite consciously. For instance, if someone
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    • quite well for a time, because its people would continue to live in
    • vision which will quite certainly come: he sees himself washing the
    • of the Crucifixion. A new and quite definite feeling must be developed.
    • He then comes to look quite objectively on the body he carries with
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    • but that is quite wrong: after all, Copernicus dedicated his book to
    • the Pope! It is only in quite recent times that this conflict has gradually
    • of our own soul-life. But we must make it quite clear to ourselves that
    • self-development, and the more attention you pay to quite insignificant
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    • on all sides. It is quite impossible, there, to go straight on for ever.
    • in peace!” is not quite right.
    • family tradition are subject to a quite definite law, whereby the family
    • kind quite different, certainly, from ourselves will develop out of the
    • back, quite wrongly, to the sexual. A great antithesis plays into the
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    • thought: I met a man. A quite definite thought-form will be engendered
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    • of two distinct circles of spiritual work. This is of quite special
    • It must be quite clear why we have structured it in this way.
    • It is quite another
    • the Movement for Religious Renewal. Something quite special will
    • out quite concretely. Therefore I would like to ask you from the very
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    • own way was pathological. Since it is quite obvious to anyone with
    • even form quite lively thoughts. For thoughts depend, in the main,
    • person develops further; then something quite special appears. The
    • be quite amazed at what such a person will confess. Priests may
    • quite unable at the present time to find their way in the
    • physical-sense world, quite unable to be the sort of human being that
    • experience. They say, for instance, when they are still