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  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • century. We have always called this period — of which we are really
    • aspects we have characterized what really came about for human
    • he is astounded at the depths of the realities to which it points. Yet
    • into reality; cold, based purely on ideas, permeated little by
    • realm of poetry, in deeds, was in a certain way determined through the
    • deep into cosmic realities — this whole Gnostic knowledge was
    • really possible to understand the particular way in which the Christ
    • One of the means is this — that it is not realized what is the actual
    • — is to realize that all that is accepted by way of mere
    • fill it in from quite another side with actual reality gained through
    • true reality. You will find reference in many of my lecture-courses to
    • it all to the sphere where one can see its real value. You cannot wish
    • light and color! You will not understand it if you do not realize its
    • through these illusions that one arrives at the reality.
    • they will realize that with what they find in physical humanity they
    • does not reach down to realities. One can therefore prove something
    • because present-day intellectualism is in an upper layer of reality
    • increasing force into what they find so difficult to realize —
    • natural science that reality is shown by the facts; in no other field
    • desire to drive men deeper and deeper into these things, is to realize
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    • century. We have always called this period — of which we are really
    • aspects we have characterized what really came about for human
    • he is astounded at the depths of the realities to which it points. Yet
    • into reality; cold, based purely on ideas, permeated little by
    • realm of poetry, in deeds, was in a certain way determined through the
    • deep into cosmic realities — this whole Gnostic knowledge was
    • really possible to understand the particular way in which the Christ
    • One of the means is this — that it is not realized what is the actual
    • — is to realize that all that is accepted by way of mere
    • fill it in from quite another side with actual reality gained through
    • true reality. You will find reference in many of my lecture-courses to
    • it all to the sphere where one can see its real value. You cannot wish
    • light and color! You will not understand it if you do not realize its
    • through these illusions that one arrives at the reality.
    • they will realize that with what they find in physical humanity they
    • does not reach down to realities. One can therefore prove something
    • because present-day intellectualism is in an upper layer of reality
    • increasing force into what they find so difficult to realize —
    • natural science that reality is shown by the facts; in no other field
    • desire to drive men deeper and deeper into these things, is to realize
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  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • I have previously called your attention to how a real understanding of
    • realm of the hierarchies, as here we live among the beings of the
    • indefinite words. If we want to speak in a real language, which can be
    • the fixed star heavens. Then we would have expressed in real cosmic
    • The first is abstraction, the second reality.
    • It is an actual fact that this name which Man gives himself is really
    • seen in its reality, before Man's higher and inward experience,
    • microcosm of the reality of the macrocosm.
    • it really to be hollow from the spiritual point of view.) In the
    • right into reality.
    • In itself it is really interesting — if one has a mathematical bent
    • And only then did the archetypal, underlying reality become an
    • a fully conscious way, to the true reality which for a time had to
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • I have previously called your attention to how a real understanding of
    • realm of the hierarchies, as here we live among the beings of the
    • indefinite words. If we want to speak in a real language, which can be
    • the fixed star heavens. Then we would have expressed in real cosmic
    • The first is abstraction, the second reality.
    • It is an actual fact that this name which Man gives himself is really
    • seen in its reality, before Man's higher and inward experience,
    • microcosm of the reality of the macrocosm.
    • it really to be hollow from the spiritual point of view.) In the
    • right into reality.
    • In itself it is really interesting — if one has a mathematical bent
    • And only then did the archetypal, underlying reality become an
    • a fully conscious way, to the true reality which for a time had to
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • recognizing the laws of the realms of soul and spirit and applying
    • natural science, researching the spiritual realm requires a
    • bodily nature. No one can discern the real facts of the soul-spiritual
    • we really succeed in strengthening the powers that otherwise slumber
    • in physical substance, do we realize what resistance the brain offers.
    • faithfully, the great and significant moment comes when real spiritual
    • sleep from which we awaken to realize that we are not dreaming but
    • experiencing a brand new reality. The experience can be such, for
    • his body (and this we experience only through the image; the reality
    • point where the soul experiences itself, images that we can call real
    • new element which can make its appearance as spiritual reality
    • How unwilling people are to learn anything really new! They cling to
    • sensory reality. They are simply there, confronting us; we do nothing
    • with that. After all, he is entering a realm of spirit beings and
    • spiritual realities which are differentiated, just as the external
    • out that entering the spiritual world means entering a world of real,
    • his soul-spiritual being. A reality becomes apparent to his inner
    • observation — a reality still rejected by current prejudices,
    • he realizes: “Before I was conceived and born into this life which
    • spiritual realm. When I pass through the gates of death, my body will
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  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • recognizing the laws of the realms of soul and spirit and applying
    • natural science, researching the spiritual realm requires a
    • bodily nature. No one can discern the real facts of the soul-spiritual
    • we really succeed in strengthening the powers that otherwise slumber
    • in physical substance, do we realize what resistance the brain offers.
    • faithfully, the great and significant moment comes when real spiritual
    • sleep from which we awaken to realize that we are not dreaming but
    • experiencing a brand new reality. The experience can be such, for
    • his body (and this we experience only through the image; the reality
    • point where the soul experiences itself, images that we can call real
    • new element which can make its appearance as spiritual reality
    • How unwilling people are to learn anything really new! They cling to
    • sensory reality. They are simply there, confronting us; we do nothing
    • with that. After all, he is entering a realm of spirit beings and
    • spiritual realities which are differentiated, just as the external
    • out that entering the spiritual world means entering a world of real,
    • his soul-spiritual being. A reality becomes apparent to his inner
    • observation — a reality still rejected by current prejudices,
    • he realizes: “Before I was conceived and born into this life which
    • spiritual realm. When I pass through the gates of death, my body will
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  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy as a Substance of Life and Feeling
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    • so that the distressing case may really arise that one soul who has
    • reality of Anthroposophy, for it is not a mere theory. Theoretical
    • knowledge is the very least; what we take up within us is a real
    • soul-elixir, real substance. This substance enables the soul who has
    • world which are far more important than what is real in a physical
    • which you cross the square three minutes later than usual you realise
    • Real are, for instance, a great number of herrings in the sea;
    • within the depths of life. What is real, is related to the example of the
    • world, yet only a small part of all this becomes real in our world of
    • something which is real in the physical meaning, conceals something
    • merely be a theory, it will become a reality, so that communication
    • pretend to be different from what we really are; but after death
    • everything becomes true and shows its real countenance. If during our
    • that we retard our real progress. For this reason, it is important to
    • if spiritual science really penetrates into the souls of men. We must
    • gradual process. We really die slowly and gradually from the moment of
    • Let me indicate an example showing you what I really mean: To-day
    • that all these souls have been working together, you will realise that
    • and with what occurs between death and a new birth, should really
    • far — if we really notice these things — from perceiving the
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    • so that the distressing case may really arise that one soul who has
    • reality of Anthroposophy, for it is not a mere theory. Theoretical
    • knowledge is the very least; what we take up within us is a real
    • soul-elixir, real substance. This substance enables the soul who has
    • world which are far more important than what is real in a physical
    • which you cross the square three minutes later than usual you realise
    • Real are, for instance, a great number of herrings in the sea;
    • within the depths of life. What is real, is related to the example of the
    • world, yet only a small part of all this becomes real in our world of
    • something which is real in the physical meaning, conceals something
    • merely be a theory, it will become a reality, so that communication
    • pretend to be different from what we really are; but after death
    • everything becomes true and shows its real countenance. If during our
    • that we retard our real progress. For this reason, it is important to
    • if spiritual science really penetrates into the souls of men. We must
    • gradual process. We really die slowly and gradually from the moment of
    • Let me indicate an example showing you what I really mean: To-day
    • that all these souls have been working together, you will realise that
    • and with what occurs between death and a new birth, should really
    • far — if we really notice these things — from perceiving the
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  • Title: Note: Bhagavad Gita and the Epistles of St. Paul
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    • the real union of East and West.
  • 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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    • himself with the spiritual life of his own times he had in reality, as
    • personality to another, we got no really clear understanding of what
    • and that what he first realises in ordinary life is a kind of
    • that which lives within him as “self,” he will then realise,
    • taken as something real that is there, confined in and united with
    • who really understands what is said find in any assertion about
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture II: The basis of knowledge of the Gita, the Veda, Sankhya, Yoga.
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    • merit of the Gita, but, above all, we must realise the importance of
    • its truth, we then confess how wonderful it really is that in those
    • be applied to the spiritual as also to external physical reality. So
    • imagine Budhi as organised into independent, real, substantial forms,
    • way that he realises his surroundings by means of his senses; and
    • him. Man realises the surrounding world by means of his senses and he
    • man realise the surrounding world by means of his senses? Well, with
    • taste-impressions. Each separate sense is a means of realising a
    • this is only a manner of speaking, and that in reality we realise cold
    • which we realise as a sense of warmth — more delicately sensitive
    • people, on hearing certain sounds can inwardly realise certain ideas
    • world. This combination of forces, a real sum of forces, we unite in
    • of which we realise that the human etheric body is composed. This is a
    • the super-sensible, and only becomes real in the physical world when it
    • Budhi that it realises its full independence, as it were, while within
    • knowledge and realise how deep an insight into the secrets of
    • some echoes of real soul-nature; but
    • If one wished today really to combine science with occult principles,
    • latter is a real science, a science of external forms, which really
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture III: The union of the three streams in the Christ Impulse, the Teaching of Krishna.
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    • he feel in his soul? Well, that is a question which can really only be
    • those who, themselves unsatisfied and realising their emptiness, have
    • exclusiveness leads to a fateful destiny! How can we really get to
    • Only when we consider these life-connections do we realise how the
    • We often find indicated in them that the real salvation of
    • what a man is called. For we do not in reality know much about a man
    • name, that he is called Miller or Smith. We do not really, know much
    • indications of the real nature of the man himself. We cannot at the
    • divine human being. How sublime are these teachings! They are really
    • realise this as the greatest cosmic mystery, then would lunacy and
    • notice so that we may at the same time realise by means of its
  • 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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    • beautiful blossom, might some day spring forth. It is really no proper
    • really prepared for the blazing up of the Christ-Impulse? How did this
    • preparation really occur?
    • more besides; he felt that he was in reality one with the earth. When
    • body as the really active part of him; he felt as though he stretched
    • are still really contemporaneous. The father is still in existence
    • day is no longer there. Certainly the man of today can realise much of
    • stretch down into all the members.” That in reality is not felt
    • the great teacher is really concerned: he is before all concerned with
    • is maya. It only becomes a reality to him who makes use of his own
    • which pertains to the soul. For the soul will only begin to realise
    • space is confronted with the realm of Ahriman. It is the lowest stage
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture V: The spiritual nature of Maya. Krishna - the Light-Halo of Christ. The Risen One.
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    • given to one person individually, for they are in reality exactly what
    • for instance, although everyone can procure it in printed form, is really a
    • it; thus these things remain secret doctrine; and, in reality, such
    • For let no one think that he has really made what is in the Gita his
    • evolution, and realise that what happened at Golgotha was for all men.
    • his powers of understanding and his sense-realisations. But in olden
    • directed to one individual, but in reality applies to every man if he
    • they really had to become differentiated, each one with his special
    • way. He really speaks to his pupils just as he does in the Gita. But
    • St. Paul must speak differently. He really speaks to each individual,
    • because in reality there are two Jesus-boys in question. We have seen
    • saints later. What really was the reason that St. Paul could recognise
    • that in what happened at the Mystery of Golgotha, we really have a
  • Title: Lecture: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • who really takes the evolution of mankind seriously ought rather to regard
    • the real facts. A corpse was placed in front of the man and it was
    • of this we cannot do real justice to Aristotle — whose vision was in
    • external knowledge in order to make more intelligible what is really meant by
    • reality the experience is different. The characteristic of objective cognition
    • external reality. Just consider for a moment how much of what lives in the
    • if it is said that a Rose Cross corresponds to nothing real, our answer must
    • of this Rose Cross upon the soul and its slumbering faculties is very real.
    • image in all its varied aspects and in its non-reality. If the soul allows
    • finally able to live in a world of conceptions that is at first really
    • realities, spiritual beings which otherwise are invisible emerge from the
    • reality.
    • maintains a sense of absolute certainty in his perception of reality, then
    • so on. This sentence is misleading, for it does not give what is really to be
    • found at this place in the Bible. The text ought really to stand as follows:
    • against something of which they have no real knowledge. They are tilting
    • its real form. The manner of treating such subjects to-day makes it
    • impossible for us to get at their real meaning, for modern commentators of
    • someone who had really studied Geometry to-day. When such a man comes to
    • approaches the Bible with philological knowledge only can never be a real
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    • who really takes the evolution of mankind seriously ought rather to regard
    • the real facts. A corpse was placed in front of the man and it was
    • of this we cannot do real justice to Aristotle — whose vision was in
    • external knowledge in order to make more intelligible what is really meant by
    • reality the experience is different. The characteristic of objective cognition
    • external reality. Just consider for a moment how much of what lives in the
    • if it is said that a Rose Cross corresponds to nothing real, our answer must
    • of this Rose Cross upon the soul and its slumbering faculties is very real.
    • image in all its varied aspects and in its non-reality. If the soul allows
    • finally able to live in a world of conceptions that is at first really
    • realities, spiritual beings which otherwise are invisible emerge from the
    • reality.
    • maintains a sense of absolute certainty in his perception of reality, then
    • so on. This sentence is misleading, for it does not give what is really to be
    • found at this place in the Bible. The text ought really to stand as follows:
    • against something of which they have no real knowledge. They are tilting
    • its real form. The manner of treating such subjects to-day makes it
    • impossible for us to get at their real meaning, for modern commentators of
    • someone who had really studied Geometry to-day. When such a man comes to
    • approaches the Bible with philological knowledge only can never be a real
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  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • speak of the warmth condition of the body, but in reality they regard
    • the solid element as the only organizing factor and do not realize
    • solid organism, we realize immediately that we cannot speak of this
    • the aeriform element all the time. We can really think of the air as
    • only be due to the failure to realize that there is but a slight
    • the warmth-organism. But no real knowledge of man's being can be
    • concrete reality. Nevertheless it can be envisaged as something that
    • to immediate expression. The solid organism itself is, in reality,
    • Tone is, in reality, something that leads the ordinary mode of
    • air is essentially an etheric reality. And the tone we hear by
    • pictures of dream-life as immediate realities in themselves, neither
    • the Ego; we could have no clear realization of our identity. We should
    • are not in the habit of thinking in a really unprejudiced way about
    • that which in reality reflects the inner bodily nature — without
    • the soul-and-spirit live in the physical man? — In reality we
    • upwards, we come to the soul-realm; and here (arrow at right
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • of man, and at the end it was possible to show that a really
    • the real sense — we saw that this must be regarded as only one of
    • further ado, to build a bridge from these imponderable, incorporeal
    • really nothing to do with our own essential being beyond the fact that
    • rarefied, leads us to the realm of soul. It is absolutely necessary to
    • world that can really satisfy us.
    • soul, for in modern psychology there really is no longer any such
    • science of today, and it is the one and only picture in which a really
    • honest modern scientist can find reality.
    • as described by modern physiology or anatomy. If you really take
    • see, we have come from the realm of soul into the physical!
    • You must think of this as a real and concrete happening: enthusiasm
    • regards the essential reality of tone as a matter of vibrations of the
    • the universe really is. Where are the sources of life? They lie in
    • natural world dies away in man; in the realm of the moral a new
    • be realized by the man of today. Otherwise he must ever and again be
    • reality a picture built up purely on the basis of mathematical
    • everything in the stars was conceived of as living spirit reality,
    • by stages into the physical, how in reality the two are united, men
    • realms just as most psychologists today — if they admit the
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  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • actions or deeds — which may also take effect in the realm of
    • all, but are wholly engrossed in thought. You must realize, however,
    • at work in your inner being, raying out its forces into the realm of
    • realize that the will is radiating all the time into his thoughts,
    • something will certainly strike us concerning life and its realities.
    • certainly realize that thoughts, as far as their actual content is
    • How, in reality, do we become inwardly more and more spiritual? —
    • thoughts — we become, as you can easily realize, unfree; for we
    • only when we elaborate the thoughts do we become free in the real
    • will. Thus from the realm of thinking we reach the realm of
    • life; speaking is largely connected with organic life; walking really
    • What, in reality, is devotion to the outer world? Devotion to
    • into the realm of the will; we develop freedom in our thinking by
    • standing in the world, can bring to realization in himself in such a
    • could never penetrate fully into the realm of the thoughts and
    • real effect only if the life of thought is something that has no
    • outer, physical reality. What, then, must it be?
    • thought as such is in truth not a reality of the immediate
    • or rather, before conception. The life of thought has its reality
    • lived through in the real sense between death and a new birth, and
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  • Title: Bridge Between: Contents of this Lecture Series
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    • in the realm of the moral a new natural world comes into being; thus
    • burning gas but the reflection of a spiritual reality revealed in the
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • emerging more than six decades ago is now a political reality. While
    • possibilities outside the realm of what had to happen according to
    • Steiner points out in the lecture, is not the real issue.
    • the earthly realm.
    • conceive of Him as a reality, as a working force. That is to say, we
    • must realize that what wove itself into our evolution here on earth
    • earth through the Mystery of Golgotha. In order to realize how the
    • entire map of Europe would have been different. But this battle really
    • external introduction of Christianity to Europe. When we realize the
    • important is the actuality of the Christ and His real and visibly
    • December 25 to January 6. We can understand this clearly by realizing that
    • Christ is really here, is again on this earth, but as an ether body
    • sides in the conflict, is in reality the subject of their own
    • they unfold in external reality inasmuch as they reveal themselves as
    • military hospital. Little seven-year-old Theodor was really a sunny
    • From what is now happening, a few souls must come to a realization
    • materialism. The more this fact is realized by human beings, the more
    • and then they will have to realize that this war has been sent into
    • what we have to realize if we are to understand how Central Europe can
    • set out to deepen Darwinism, by extending it to the moral realm, as
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    • emerging more than six decades ago is now a political reality. While
    • possibilities outside the realm of what had to happen according to
    • Steiner points out in the lecture, is not the real issue.
    • the earthly realm.
    • conceive of Him as a reality, as a working force. That is to say, we
    • must realize that what wove itself into our evolution here on earth
    • earth through the Mystery of Golgotha. In order to realize how the
    • entire map of Europe would have been different. But this battle really
    • external introduction of Christianity to Europe. When we realize the
    • important is the actuality of the Christ and His real and visibly
    • December 25 to January 6. We can understand this clearly by realizing that
    • Christ is really here, is again on this earth, but as an ether body
    • sides in the conflict, is in reality the subject of their own
    • they unfold in external reality inasmuch as they reveal themselves as
    • military hospital. Little seven-year-old Theodor was really a sunny
    • From what is now happening, a few souls must come to a realization
    • materialism. The more this fact is realized by human beings, the more
    • and then they will have to realize that this war has been sent into
    • what we have to realize if we are to understand how Central Europe can
    • set out to deepen Darwinism, by extending it to the moral realm, as
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  • Title: Lecture: The Concepts of Original Sin and Grace
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    • real profundities of nearly all the traditional religions — this
    • real sense, was the sinner? Not man as an ego-endowed being. Through
    • appropriate term for the real cause of man's fall into the
    • not guilty in the real sense, must be counterbalanced by the
    • word embraces all the indefinable factors. When we have really understood a
    • they grasp of the real import of these ideals of freedom, brotherhood
    • he must ascend into the realm of moral ideals — which must no longer
    • be a realm of abstraction. He must rise to the Spiritual, and then there
    • must stream towards him a reality in every sense as ‘personal’
    • as the reality streaming to him when he dives with his ego into his
    • he enter into something that is a ‘personal’ reality? How can he
    • to himself a Personality as inwardly real as the personality below in
    • the flesh is real. Who is this Personality Whom man must draw to himself
    • ideas in history, it should be realized that these are dead, abstract
    • Living reality alone can exercise such sway. The task before man is to
    • reality. When the new faculty of vision that is to arise in the next
    • realities, not merely abstract ideals.
    • their Grace — this can be realized only through spiritual
    • By realizing that Christianity will bring forth from its depths an
  • Title: Lecture: The Concepts of Original Sin and Grace
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    • real profundities of nearly all the traditional religions — this
    • real sense, was the sinner? Not man as an ego-endowed being. Through
    • appropriate term for the real cause of man's fall into the
    • not guilty in the real sense, must be counterbalanced by the
    • word embraces all the indefinable factors. When we have really understood a
    • they grasp of the real import of these ideals of freedom, brotherhood
    • he must ascend into the realm of moral ideals — which must no longer
    • be a realm of abstraction. He must rise to the Spiritual, and then there
    • must stream towards him a reality in every sense as ‘personal’
    • as the reality streaming to him when he dives with his ego into his
    • he enter into something that is a ‘personal’ reality? How can he
    • to himself a Personality as inwardly real as the personality below in
    • the flesh is real. Who is this Personality Whom man must draw to himself
    • ideas in history, it should be realized that these are dead, abstract
    • Living reality alone can exercise such sway. The task before man is to
    • reality. When the new faculty of vision that is to arise in the next
    • realities, not merely abstract ideals.
    • their Grace — this can be realized only through spiritual
    • By realizing that Christianity will bring forth from its depths an
  • Title: Lecture: Esoteric Studies: Cosmic Ego and Human Ego
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    • confronts us in a very real sense to come to complete clarity upon
    • Indian epoch? Anyone who has understood really should not ask this
    • Spirit-Self, or Manas, really lies above the sphere of the ego. As
    • evolution of his ego where, out of his own forces, he really can
    • ourself are that; it is ourself in reality. When in the next epoch,
    • and the real human nature is irradiated by this higher being, he is
    • impractical for ordinary accomplishments, but works in some one realm
    • us forward. It is the Luciferic spirits to whom we really owe the
    • really stands lower than the Luciferic beings, for He has developed
    • furnish was really only a bridge. Now already there are people who
    • really existing for the sake of the earth. The earth then appeared to
    • much larger than the earth, it would really be strange that the
    • dealing with a reality.
    • order not to he deceived in this realm. It was the foremost mission of
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    • confronts us in a very real sense to come to complete clarity upon
    • Indian epoch? Anyone who has understood really should not ask this
    • Spirit-Self, or Manas, really lies above the sphere of the ego. As
    • evolution of his ego where, out of his own forces, he really can
    • ourself are that; it is ourself in reality. When in the next epoch,
    • and the real human nature is irradiated by this higher being, he is
    • impractical for ordinary accomplishments, but works in some one realm
    • us forward. It is the Luciferic spirits to whom we really owe the
    • really stands lower than the Luciferic beings, for He has developed
    • furnish was really only a bridge. Now already there are people who
    • really existing for the sake of the earth. The earth then appeared to
    • much larger than the earth, it would really be strange that the
    • dealing with a reality.
    • order not to he deceived in this realm. It was the foremost mission of
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    • Yet we may ask — "Is there really nothing, are there not certain
    • within us — "You should really have done that" or "You ought not to
    • have done it!" Here we stand before the reality of conscience, and we
    • These two realities — amazement, or wonder, and conscience — are
    • ancient Greece, men begin to realise that they are amazed? We have
    • of this realisation that the ancient Greeks originated the saying —
    • Such facts force us to realize that knowledge would be altogether
    • must first answer the question — What then is dream in reality. —
    • transport him into the spiritual realm, and there he no longer
    • the animal is not visible, it lives within the animal; the real being
    • works as an invisible power within the lamb, which is just as real,
    • the same spot where a lamb stands, there stands also a real spiritual
    • these things — we should in reality feel that our legs with which we
    • realise that the man feels a difference between the hundredweight and
    • his hand, it would naturally be astonished. It is really true that we
    • strength to really do anything sensible, we toss about on our couch.
    • absolute reality. We need only think of the Asiatics.
    • terrible reality.
    • him, as has been described, it will appear to him as something unreal,
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    • Yet we may ask — "Is there really nothing, are there not certain
    • within us — "You should really have done that" or "You ought not to
    • have done it!" Here we stand before the reality of conscience, and we
    • These two realities — amazement, or wonder, and conscience — are
    • ancient Greece, men begin to realise that they are amazed? We have
    • of this realisation that the ancient Greeks originated the saying —
    • Such facts force us to realize that knowledge would be altogether
    • must first answer the question — What then is dream in reality. —
    • transport him into the spiritual realm, and there he no longer
    • the animal is not visible, it lives within the animal; the real being
    • works as an invisible power within the lamb, which is just as real,
    • the same spot where a lamb stands, there stands also a real spiritual
    • these things — we should in reality feel that our legs with which we
    • realise that the man feels a difference between the hundredweight and
    • his hand, it would naturally be astonished. It is really true that we
    • strength to really do anything sensible, we toss about on our couch.
    • absolute reality. We need only think of the Asiatics.
    • terrible reality.
    • him, as has been described, it will appear to him as something unreal,
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    • of those who helped with their production, we really have succeeded in
    • somewhere, and those who participate in them must realise — in
    • but, after all, it is not to be wondered at when we realise how
    • space. That something is really achieved by building our own premises
    • course of many years are required and that was a real longing for a
    • how easy it is made, in reality, for those who sincerely strive for
    • occult ideal: There is in reality only one true form of occultism. To
    • the whole structure of his thought if he is really to believe in the
    • people have realised and said as much. It is therefore necessary for
    • expected to have any real knowledge of the Christ.
    • The Secret Doctrine which appeared years later, will realise that in
    • shortcomings of Rosicrucianism are included. Everything of real
    • with this. The Theosophical Movement proved incapable of any real
    • light on Christianity; but no real understanding of Christianity was
    • a complete confusion. Concerning the real Jesus of Nazareth who was
    • this, but it is a fact. They are really not to be blamed when they
    • again and again in the body — for they have no real knowledge of
    • What is the point that might really separate us from an Oriental trend
    • in the twentieth century. We admit it. Is there therefore any real
    • realising how the land lies, and of having tolerance.
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    • man realised that he was able to act as do the Spirits of the Air,
    • subject of the “Unreality of Spirits,” proving that they do
    • began in real earnest! He could get no rest the whole night long and,
    • heartened the brave young man considerably, but it was a really
    • set free, although he had formerly “proved the unreality of
    • spirits,” his spirit-friend was now such a reality to him that he
    • the earth as men may, in reality, be embodied Star-beings. This
    • configuration. In the latest Atlantean period the Earth did not really
    • evolution of humanity, you will have realised that these conditions
    • Earth were really living in the aftermath of still earlier conditions,
    • of new races — races which cannot really be said to be survivals
    • such things and will only begin to understand them when they realise
    • the world is applied, and to realise that only in this way can there
    • task. As men live on into the future they will have to realise that
    • realised by those who turn their eyes towards the future. From over
    • this portion of humanity, in their amazement, will realise that the
    • drink at the well-springs of the spiritual reality behind
    • world-existence, so that this spiritual reality is perceived behind
    • primary task to realise how far our own standpoint on the soil of
    • again it must be repeated and realised by Theosophists that even if much of the
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    • really puts a ban upon any suggestion of conformity to law. Both
    • generally realised. Feeling does not always allow itself to be
    • true mysticism as the “Eternal Feminine,” the realm in which
    • will be difficult to realise that even in what is, apparently, quite
    • It is really cowardice on the part of science to accept the factor of
    • apparent. Hence the science of today which really lacks courage and is
    • the realm of the seemingly fortuitous. Spiritual Science must
    • who resist it. They themselves realise the need quite clearly but they
    • realise that it is not a question of looking for a really new impulse
    • of all the forces within him if he is to realise that apparent
    • also to behold itself in the world and to draw into its own realm of
    • of the mouth of Jesus concerning those realms of existence over which
    • of Nature, from the mineral kingdom of Earth, up and beyond the realm
    • of the clouds, to the very Realm of the stars. Thus did Christ speak
    • world-existence, in the realm of Nature and also in the realm of the
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    • work always brings a realisation of the unity of theosophical life all
    • a new aspect and seem to be imbued with a new power when we realise
    • laid into his being. What does this really mean? Knowledge of these
    • In reality it is the human ether-body, forged by the interworking of
    • nineteenth century a certain doctor, realised that the people sang of
    • them ... but all that really matters is that they are there, having
    • the realm of occultism, shines forth in Imaginations deriving from
    • April, 1914.) One then realised that the essence of Spiritual Science
    • through Spiritual Science, the real content of this collection of
    • of magic. And then we realise that Spiritual Science alone can lead to
    • So, too, it can be the whole world over, when we realise what must be
    • who know anything of these connections will realise. The Mystery of
    • towards new experiences. That is one thing that must be realised in
    • results have been achieved — but what, in reality, is the
    • realise the sublimity and splendour of the Buddhist system; because
    • also realise that such a Being does not descend again to Earth in a
    • of which we may speak prophetically — and a clear realisation
  • Title: Lecture: The Idea of Reincarnation and Its Introduction Into Western Culture
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    • recent times, but also to play a real part in the whole evolutionary
    • beggar in the Upper World than a king in the realm of the
    • realisation of the essential nature of man can only arise in the
    • being. Men must recognise this Divine Ego, must realise that it rays
    • we realise that one and the same Being lived in the prophet Elijah and
    • of Athens” really depicts the scene in the New Testament when
    • Whose eyes express a rare gift of seership, was painted with realistic
    • with a unique power. As our eyes wander over his paintings we realise
    • beheaded in his previous life. We realise why it was that Raphael
    • in his heart at Leonardo da Vinci's “Last Supper” realises
    • Vatican in Rome has been ruined by the many restorations. No real idea
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    • sense, we also realise that it is not possible to speak forthwith
    • in other words, about the goal of the Earth. We realise that it would
    • have recognised that “evolution” is a reality in the life of
    • so we ask about the goal lying immediately ahead, realising that by
    • beyond the ordinary world into a spiritual world, in reality his
    • the ancient Graeco-Latin epoch. What, in reality, does it signify in
    • That alone is enough to make a thinking man realise that a
    • wonder, because in reality man approaches the phenomena of existence
    • compassion or love. Many of you will realise that in our materialistic
    • religion! Only a mind abstracted from reality and incapable of
    • during its course, the dawn of impulses which — in reality only from
    • it is really out of place for them to come out with crude and unreal
    • the “second Logos,” we do well to realise that
    • Movement.” These things must not be glossed over but taken really
    • is true and in accordance with reality? It was recently stated in
    • Theosophy, whereas a really “broad” Theosophical Movement is
    • three sheaths of a human being, but we realise, too, that even at that
    • is not reality, but “Maya,” the “Great Illusion”.
    • in these three realms deprive the Christ of the possibility of full
  • Title: Lecture: The Signature of Human Evolution The Advancing Individuality
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    • necessary to turn our eyes to Palestine in order to realise that
    • not really belong to it, they do not belong inside it. For what, in
    • reality, is a Greek Temple? We can only understand it in its whole
    • Temple. Human beings really have no place there. This was the idea
    • it is to be a beggar in the Upper World than a king in the realm of
    • can discern what these things mean, realises from the course taken by
    • realise this for it is the most concrete expression of the fact that
    • one human being became known to another, were living and real in the
    • really the same word as “Kaliyuga.” This is not ingenious
    • It must, however, be realised that just as the transition from life
    • actual realisation of the influences streaming in from the spiritual
    • death being merely a transition. We must realise, not as a theory, but
    • and the individuality of the child really studied (it is not a matter
    • attention to the results of spiritual research and will realise that
    • will the concrete reality contained in the spiritual conception of
    • ... Finally he realises that this person whom he cannot recall, who died
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    • intensely present, the most familiar reality; it pervades and fills
    • this it is easy to realise that the consciousness into which the human
    • In reality, a great and mighty process underlies what is called the
    • be, the immediate Present; the immediate reality of “being”
    • until your death. It will not be difficult to realise that what you
    • really means nothing in the outer world. It is within you, and only
    • reality — not remaining inward as did the remembrances and
    • during earthly life becomes outer fact, outer reality; for not only
    • “mark” upon the earthly realm — in that we move through
    • active life becomes outer reality. And to what a still greater extent
    • Good and kind-hearted actions in very truth become outer reality.
    • karma. Without these principles he is not, in the real sense, an
    • What, then, has really been added to the human being by the “ I ”?
    • make compensation for them in a later life. In reality it is the
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    • operating in human nature are, in reality, “heritages” from
    • detach themselves from the real “ I ” of man, and in a
    • certain respect acquire independent existence, independent reality.
    • really observes human beings living all over the Earth, can perceive,
    • and real progress of humanity. The inner power of the soul becomes
    • clearly, and then we shall realise how the human being evolves as an
    • real progress, in that his imperfections and faults do not remain but
    • will realise that a movement in this
    • judgment, provided only that you make a real effort to apply this free
    • very important to realise that the ancient wisdom exists and must be
    • demands that such a test should be within the realm of possibility.
    • Suppose someone says: “Mankind has evolved. Progress is a reality
    • repetition, or whether humanity does really progress and that
    • It is all-important to realise that the faculties of man have
    • begin with: “There he is telling us something that really cannot
    • question it is essential to understand is really this: — Who were
    • real judgment of matters with such far-reaching cosmic connections. To
    • progress as a reality, recognition of “evolution,” not as a
    • How can we fail to realise that evolution is a reality? Goethe has
    • Those who have a real link with him will never disobey the principle
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    • that seemed to them so remote from reality in that it spoke of
    • open to receive it. Out of the concrete realities of existence from
    • cosmic realities which imbue human life with meaning and even now
    • “ I ” could be led to conscious realisation of the Spirit, made it
    • realise the living, organic growth of the work. Remarks interpolated
    • last minute for inadequate reasons — but in reality because of
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    • gain therefrom will really be something connected with the deepest
    • gives only a feeble hint of the real spiritual connections. But we
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    • approach to the repetitions. When in the realm of occultism we speak
    • It would stand before his clairvoyant view, a real form, but one that
    • example) a light-form, a beautiful form, which in reality is not there
    • We must realize that a sublime light-principle, that of the sun, was
    • realm; it would have appeared as something astral, as a mighty
    • unconsciousness. For the occultist, this is really not so much a lack
    • these were real figures. What the Atlantean felt and experienced in
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    • To understand what kind of conceptions really appeared in these
    • folk-imagination. One who really knows the folk does not speak in this
    • really to understand the initiates, we usually consider them as they
    • follows. We must realize that in the course of time the power of man's
    • the earth's evolution; to bring this picture to realization the sun
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    • important event in the inner life, in the real spiritual life of man.
    • realize the following clearly, “As I look upon this picture I
    • before him, he realized, “Thus I transport myself into the
    • and achieve real vision, than by rising into higher worlds.
    • that is in man. It was a realm of the highest and most perfect order
    • into which the pupil was transported, a realm that offered much
    • this happen? We shall understand this if we realize that in the great
    • earth. We must see that the physical boundaries are not the real
    • reality, all this worked only on the intellectual soul, but apart from
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    • slumbering, so that one could not perceive that they would really be
    • really the sun.
    • beings, and these permeated him. It is really not easy to portray the
    • lindworm. Man's other part, which was a citizen of the realm of light,
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    • when compared with the etheric in our own corporeality. Furthermore,
    • the vapor-sphere — which for man at that time was the realm of
    • shall see that it had a real significance. Now we come to something
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    • what the pupil saw as a real event in the holy secrets of the mystery
    • should relate every symbol to some actual vision, to something really
    • admitted to the real exercises. There he experienced a sort of
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    • lowest part of man was able really to wade through the water-earth
    • his lower corporeality. As long as man had only a lower corporeality
    • realize that up to this time man was united with this Being who, as
    • symbols refer to higher spiritual realities. They did not merely
    • a picture of this or that which one can really see in the spiritual
    • means” does not touch the point; for one first really
    • ego — cooperated in a definite way as the really spiritual
    • face of the real facts.
    • above in the etheric realm of the air and only in its earthly parts
    • are real facts were presented in pictures. It has already been said
    • content has a relation to the real facts. Such pictures arose like
    • way for real seeing is a symbol in the occult sense. A symbol is a
    • description of real events in pictures. In the next lecture we shall
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    • the spiritual life, for we must not forget that what is really to be
    • He yearned to be out of this external world. He felt, “Unreal
    • are the mountains and valleys, unreal the cloud-masses in the air,
    • unreal even the firmament. All this is only like a sheath, like the
    • physiognomy of a real being, and we cannot see the reality behind
    • unreal; the real is veiled.” The feeling grew ever keener that
    • man had sprung from the truth and had his real home in the spiritual;
    • unreal physical, the religious mood will tend to produce little
    • ancient Indian longed to escape from this hard reality, which for him
    • acquainted, really descended into the temple, really felt comfortable
    • The concept of the citizen first became a real feeling in ancient
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    • physical, and after death the person feels a real lust for what
    • withdrawn into the true world, into his real home, the effect was that
    • from the shades in the spiritual world. The following is really the
    • in the realm of shades.”* This
    • illuminated. This is what gives real meaning to the advent of the
    • must be quite clear as to what he was. What was Buddha, in reality?
    • things that we must grasp if we want to understand all the real
    • Christ-being entered into the threefold corporeality. This happened at
    • significant occurred in the corporeality of Jesus of Nazareth. For the
    • present the real occult facts, and then try to understand the pictures
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    • death and a new birth. The Sphinx appeared to him as a real form; he
    • animal-like form!” The Sphinx was a real experience for the
    • realistic they were.*
    • connections if people really wanted to study this wonderful realism of
    • forms, through the fact that they were so realistic and not at all
    • realistic. But the forms were always changing. The form of the Sphinx
    • into decadence. The situation is different in another realm of
    • the real relationships of evolution, and if today certain physicians
    • happens here. What man brings with him into the spiritual realm as a
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    • have just described. In reality the men of that time no longer knew
    • really were. Man felt sheltered in this series of generations. This is
    • individual physical existence, but one really had to traverse all that
    • and his mission. He does not know what the Pharaoh-initiation really
    • is a meaningless abstraction. The reality is simply a certain number of
    • it were embedded in it, but the folk-soul is not physical; it is real
    • only as an etheric form. It is an absolute reality; the initiate can
    • commune with this soul. It is even much more real for him than are
    • and there the folk-soul is something thoroughly real. Let us examine
    • himself what really lived in the folk-soul. What did he see therein?
    • reality for him. Each Pharaoh received certain instructions before his
    • intellect only, but that it should become truth and reality for him.
    • world. It can stand firmly on the ground of reality, and it would be
    • and pursue all kinds of fantastic rubbish. A man of really modern
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    • realists or in any way at all, the acquisition of
    • we realise that in the ordinary waking condition of physical life, man
    • little of all you do from morning to evening is really the outcome of
    • man actually sleeps by day, that is to say he is not in the real sense
    • thought is something which seems unreal to materialistically minded
    • reality because it can be eaten, but a thought is only a
    • thought, it is not a reality. Why is this said? It is because what man
    • calls his thoughts are related to what thoughts really are as a
    • points you to the flower itself, to the reality. So it is with
    • sympathy or antipathy points to the realm we call Lower Devachan.
    • or bad deeds) — as microcosmic images of the three realms
    • activity that is not concerned wholly with crass reality. Those who
    • element in which we are really awake brings us shadow-images of the
    • an end — might be changed; and in order that they might realise
    • believes that what he saw is a physical man. He will come to realise
    • now described will take real effect in the evolution of mankind.
    • fragmentation. And in the course of the coming years you will realise
    • Thus we realise what a tremendous advance was signified by the fact
    • spiritual world. Realisation of this should make him conscious of his
    • — the realm of the Harmony of the Spheres. In the combination of
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    • realists or in any way at all, the acquisition of
    • we realise that in the ordinary waking condition of physical life, man
    • little of all you do from morning to evening is really the outcome of
    • man actually sleeps by day, that is to say he is not in the real sense
    • thought is something which seems unreal to materialistically minded
    • reality because it can be eaten, but a thought is only a
    • thought, it is not a reality. Why is this said? It is because what man
    • calls his thoughts are related to what thoughts really are as a
    • points you to the flower itself, to the reality. So it is with
    • sympathy or antipathy points to the realm we call Lower Devachan.
    • or bad deeds) — as microcosmic images of the three realms
    • activity that is not concerned wholly with crass reality. Those who
    • element in which we are really awake brings us shadow-images of the
    • an end — might be changed; and in order that they might realise
    • believes that what he saw is a physical man. He will come to realise
    • now described will take real effect in the evolution of mankind.
    • fragmentation. And in the course of the coming years you will realise
    • Thus we realise what a tremendous advance was signified by the fact
    • spiritual world. Realisation of this should make him conscious of his
    • — the realm of the Harmony of the Spheres. In the combination of
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    • Reality in Modern History, this lecture is also known as
    • The Supersensible Element in the Study of History, Lecture V from Symptom to Reality in Modern History.
    • speak of these things. Alas, many signs have shown how little real
    • its reality only when we see it against the background of the forces
    • reality this is only a collateral effect — as it were a by-product of
    • founded on Spiritual Science. Only he who realises this, in all its
    • What, then, is the real purpose of these forces which bring about the
    • important; they have no real vision of their fellow-men. In this
    • element tending towards a deeper and more real knowledge of man.
    • so for one who sees things in their reality, all physical things are
    • reality of man, as a picture painted on canvas is to the reality it
    • In this way we shall learn to see the human being. And we shall really
    • word-for-word with that which springs from a knowledge of realities;
    • listen to a serious warning of what it will really mean for the world
    • then in the realm of will they will have — forgive the hard saying
    • living colours. Lastly, as they learn really to see one another, they
    • All these forces, however, will reside more in the inner realm of the
    • really is. It does, however, require, at least for certain special
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    • Reality in Modern History, this lecture is also known as
    • The Supersensible Element in the Study of History, Lecture V from Symptom to Reality in Modern History.
    • speak of these things. Alas, many signs have shown how little real
    • its reality only when we see it against the background of the forces
    • reality this is only a collateral effect — as it were a by-product of
    • founded on Spiritual Science. Only he who realises this, in all its
    • What, then, is the real purpose of these forces which bring about the
    • important; they have no real vision of their fellow-men. In this
    • element tending towards a deeper and more real knowledge of man.
    • so for one who sees things in their reality, all physical things are
    • reality of man, as a picture painted on canvas is to the reality it
    • In this way we shall learn to see the human being. And we shall really
    • word-for-word with that which springs from a knowledge of realities;
    • listen to a serious warning of what it will really mean for the world
    • then in the realm of will they will have — forgive the hard saying
    • living colours. Lastly, as they learn really to see one another, they
    • All these forces, however, will reside more in the inner realm of the
    • really is. It does, however, require, at least for certain special
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    • preparation than the realization of this ideal to be good. The problem of
    • can offer comfort and consolation when it is really needed. Obviously,
    • become a decent person. He has found a real foothold in life. He realizes
    • man in the course of forty years. What was really brought together at that
    • the road of pain without our really knowing it. But what is meant by the
    • words: Without really knowing it? They mean that the wiser man in us
    • by them with a magic power. I realize that I have imposed upon myself certain
    • overcome this feeling is to realize that we were not the ones who gave
    • in reality, would be escaping from the grace that is given to him by the
    • is the fundamental attitude toward karma without which we cannot really
    • really wanted and when we can confront our sufferings and joys with the
    • this or that way. What is really guiding this wiser man in us when he wants
    • We are now reaching a manifold and intricate realm that can be covered
    • reality of the spirit.
    • the real facts. You realize the danger that we are exposed to and the many
    • become wiser. Our errors may render us wiser and it is really best for us
    • really is this wisdom and the life experience that we can acquire?
    • In our ideas and concepts we really know nothing of the world except what
    • unreal world. Thereby we are saying nothing less than that we know
    • question, “What do we really know?” First of all, we know what
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    • preparation than the realization of this ideal to be good. The problem of
    • can offer comfort and consolation when it is really needed. Obviously,
    • become a decent person. He has found a real foothold in life. He realizes
    • man in the course of forty years. What was really brought together at that
    • the road of pain without our really knowing it. But what is meant by the
    • words: Without really knowing it? They mean that the wiser man in us
    • by them with a magic power. I realize that I have imposed upon myself certain
    • overcome this feeling is to realize that we were not the ones who gave
    • in reality, would be escaping from the grace that is given to him by the
    • is the fundamental attitude toward karma without which we cannot really
    • really wanted and when we can confront our sufferings and joys with the
    • this or that way. What is really guiding this wiser man in us when he wants
    • We are now reaching a manifold and intricate realm that can be covered
    • reality of the spirit.
    • the real facts. You realize the danger that we are exposed to and the many
    • become wiser. Our errors may render us wiser and it is really best for us
    • really is this wisdom and the life experience that we can acquire?
    • In our ideas and concepts we really know nothing of the world except what
    • unreal world. Thereby we are saying nothing less than that we know
    • question, “What do we really know?” First of all, we know what
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    • must come to be realized that a school of unselfishness is needed in our
    • have won for themselves an understanding of real, all-pervading
    • was lost to an extent that will be fully realized only in the distant future.
    • of the human soul is the school of unselfishness. We shall best realize this
    • place in the physical realm, as related in the Gospels and in the Pauline
    • realize that it is not ourselves, but Christ within our senses Who enables
    • “I realize that I am able to exist as a physical man with unselfish
    • perceive, in reality, the third Christ event. The Greeks who in their
    • longer realize it but in the first centuries of Christianity the Christian
    • and looked gratefully upward, realizing that what penetrated us and
    • shall realize the necessity of the spiritually scientific proclamation of the
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • must come to be realized that a school of unselfishness is needed in our
    • have won for themselves an understanding of real, all-pervading
    • was lost to an extent that will be fully realized only in the distant future.
    • of the human soul is the school of unselfishness. We shall best realize this
    • place in the physical realm, as related in the Gospels and in the Pauline
    • realize that it is not ourselves, but Christ within our senses Who enables
    • “I realize that I am able to exist as a physical man with unselfish
    • perceive, in reality, the third Christ event. The Greeks who in their
    • longer realize it but in the first centuries of Christianity the Christian
    • and looked gratefully upward, realizing that what penetrated us and
    • shall realize the necessity of the spiritually scientific proclamation of the
  • Title: Good Fortune Its Reality and Its Semblance
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    • enlightenment, must nevertheless be acknowledged by a really unprejudiced
    • desire for Knowledge. To realize this, we need only call to mind how
    • how many germs of living beings perish without reaching any real
    • his life cannot become a reality because of the many hindrances
    • foundation of true reality, becomes fiercely jealous. Take a man who has no
    • external reality but simply on the man's attitude to external reality —
    • a mood of most wonderful happiness; but there was no reality in any of it, it
    • and weaves in his environment. In reality a man speaks of good fortune
    • not on abstractions and theories but on reality itself?
    • was really no need for me to consider myself unfortunate at that time.
    • but in reality I can say that the deeper cause lay within me. For it was my
    • aware of the power of knowledge based on true reality — knowledge not
    • help us to overcome what in our own conception is a real misfortune. We
    • is to look upon the semblance and not the reality. An example of this is the
    • comprehensible — comprehensible according to the reality we have often
    • expressed in those terms to which, however, where real human destiny is
    • becomes reality there. This, however, implies much that is immensely
    • someone who develops a definite inner reality merely out of his
    • imagination, develops something most real for the inner life — that is,
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    • enlightenment, must nevertheless be acknowledged by a really unprejudiced
    • desire for Knowledge. To realize this, we need only call to mind how
    • how many germs of living beings perish without reaching any real
    • his life cannot become a reality because of the many hindrances
    • foundation of true reality, becomes fiercely jealous. Take a man who has no
    • external reality but simply on the man's attitude to external reality —
    • a mood of most wonderful happiness; but there was no reality in any of it, it
    • and weaves in his environment. In reality a man speaks of good fortune
    • not on abstractions and theories but on reality itself?
    • was really no need for me to consider myself unfortunate at that time.
    • but in reality I can say that the deeper cause lay within me. For it was my
    • aware of the power of knowledge based on true reality — knowledge not
    • help us to overcome what in our own conception is a real misfortune. We
    • is to look upon the semblance and not the reality. An example of this is the
    • comprehensible — comprehensible according to the reality we have often
    • expressed in those terms to which, however, where real human destiny is
    • becomes reality there. This, however, implies much that is immensely
    • someone who develops a definite inner reality merely out of his
    • imagination, develops something most real for the inner life — that is,
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    • time of puberty. Not until then can the child begin to form real
    • new, the real, etheric heart. This etheric heart is a concentration of
    • putting it is quite true to reality, though naturally it sounds
    • saying we mark a real event in the human inner being): from puberty
    • Then when man passes through the gate of death, this ethereal-astral
    • takes place a union of the cosmos with the earthly realm, and in this
    • the cosmic ethereal with our own human actions. So do we enter again
    • this connection, I am once more describing something absolutely real.)
    • physical world, and they consider it in relation to moral laws. The real
    • found in their real union when we learn to understand all the
    • of the etheric heart and they join together. This, indeed, is the real
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    • time of puberty. Not until then can the child begin to form real
    • new, the real, etheric heart. This etheric heart is a concentration of
    • putting it is quite true to reality, though naturally it sounds
    • saying we mark a real event in the human inner being): from puberty
    • Then when man passes through the gate of death, this ethereal-astral
    • takes place a union of the cosmos with the earthly realm, and in this
    • the cosmic ethereal with our own human actions. So do we enter again
    • this connection, I am once more describing something absolutely real.)
    • physical world, and they consider it in relation to moral laws. The real
    • found in their real union when we learn to understand all the
    • of the etheric heart and they join together. This, indeed, is the real
  • Title: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • no serious intention of really learning to understand what it condemns. In
    • are of no use in real life, and which are no concern of those who are obliged
    • justifiable answer can be made, viz: that the world really satisfies all human
    • were obtaining answers to certain riddles, whereas in reality it was necessary
    • that this progress must be followed by progress in another realm, if the
    • It is true that people possessed of really healthy impressions about the
    • real course, however, of scientific evolution of recent date, shows that this
    • thought and conceptual life, but living realities. Emphasis too must
    • actual fact that this “spiritual eye” really beholds a stream of
    • growing out of the etheric realm and disappearing within the physical
    • (Fechner, for instance), but does give imaginative descriptions of real
    • earthly realm, but originating in the extra-terrestrial regions, and which
    • plant world. A spiritual reality is to be encountered there which is to be
    • containing real spiritual beings. To this world our souls belong, just as
    • added if it is really to become intelligible to human beings. I should prefer
    • a spiritual reality behind the physical world, and he calls it — though
    • knowledge which human powers can acquire. To the realm of Praeambula Fidei
    • realm, while the corresponding events are occurring in the physical world.
    • Spiritual Science already knowable facts in the realm of everyday life, which
    • due to other conditions of life. The better these facts are really
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    • no serious intention of really learning to understand what it condemns. In
    • are of no use in real life, and which are no concern of those who are obliged
    • justifiable answer can be made, viz: that the world really satisfies all human
    • were obtaining answers to certain riddles, whereas in reality it was necessary
    • that this progress must be followed by progress in another realm, if the
    • It is true that people possessed of really healthy impressions about the
    • real course, however, of scientific evolution of recent date, shows that this
    • thought and conceptual life, but living realities. Emphasis too must
    • actual fact that this “spiritual eye” really beholds a stream of
    • growing out of the etheric realm and disappearing within the physical
    • (Fechner, for instance), but does give imaginative descriptions of real
    • earthly realm, but originating in the extra-terrestrial regions, and which
    • plant world. A spiritual reality is to be encountered there which is to be
    • containing real spiritual beings. To this world our souls belong, just as
    • added if it is really to become intelligible to human beings. I should prefer
    • a spiritual reality behind the physical world, and he calls it — though
    • knowledge which human powers can acquire. To the realm of Praeambula Fidei
    • realm, while the corresponding events are occurring in the physical world.
    • Spiritual Science already knowable facts in the realm of everyday life, which
    • due to other conditions of life. The better these facts are really
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    • soul and spirit realm. This elementary level shall be the subject
    • those who set out on this path and they must realize that,
    • realize that a quality that he develops within himself, a thought that
    • whether or not they are really true. He must have neither doubt nor
    • for reality. Above all an aspirant for spiritual enlightenment must be
    • superstition in the world of sense reality, it soon tends to be
    • corrected by sense reality itself. If, however, a person does not
    • realm. Certainly this has to be correctly understood. It is not
    • gaze into soul and spirit realms. He turns his sight away from earth
    • and radiance ray toward him from the soul realm and the new sounds he
    • hears come to him from the spirit realm. It is characteristic of the
    • them must realize that he is leaving himself open to certain dangers.
    • the radiance of the soul realm and the soundings of the world of
    • disappear in continuous spirals into indefinable realms. When a person
    • perceiving in the soul realm, and through initiation he attains the
    • faculty of expressing himself in the spirit realm. What I have had to
    • though it is really easy, it does hold true here that the easy is
    • from all the fetters obstructing this inner life. We must realize that
    • symbolically, it is a reality.
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    • soul and spirit realm. This elementary level shall be the subject
    • those who set out on this path and they must realize that,
    • realize that a quality that he develops within himself, a thought that
    • whether or not they are really true. He must have neither doubt nor
    • for reality. Above all an aspirant for spiritual enlightenment must be
    • superstition in the world of sense reality, it soon tends to be
    • corrected by sense reality itself. If, however, a person does not
    • realm. Certainly this has to be correctly understood. It is not
    • gaze into soul and spirit realms. He turns his sight away from earth
    • and radiance ray toward him from the soul realm and the new sounds he
    • hears come to him from the spirit realm. It is characteristic of the
    • them must realize that he is leaving himself open to certain dangers.
    • the radiance of the soul realm and the soundings of the world of
    • disappear in continuous spirals into indefinable realms. When a person
    • perceiving in the soul realm, and through initiation he attains the
    • faculty of expressing himself in the spirit realm. What I have had to
    • though it is really easy, it does hold true here that the easy is
    • from all the fetters obstructing this inner life. We must realize that
    • symbolically, it is a reality.
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    • within the organism, and in order really to understand what is going
    • when one process is stronger than the other will a real tumefaction
    • or a real inflammation develop.
    • reality as it seems when matters have to be simplified in a schematic
    • presentation. In reality the processes interpenetrate one another. In
    • in reality we are always dealing with interpenetrating activities
    • Then we will really be
    • about at the same time so that these things can really be applied.
    • into the abstract so that we cannot grasp the human being's real
    • really not concerned with furnishing sectarian aunt-and-uncle
    • spiritual into everything material. And if anthroposophy really wants
    • moment we can really show how anthroposophy touches on all other
    • sense, for what anthroposophy is striving to realize for the health
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    • within the organism, and in order really to understand what is going
    • when one process is stronger than the other will a real tumefaction
    • or a real inflammation develop.
    • reality as it seems when matters have to be simplified in a schematic
    • presentation. In reality the processes interpenetrate one another. In
    • in reality we are always dealing with interpenetrating activities
    • Then we will really be
    • about at the same time so that these things can really be applied.
    • into the abstract so that we cannot grasp the human being's real
    • really not concerned with furnishing sectarian aunt-and-uncle
    • spiritual into everything material. And if anthroposophy really wants
    • moment we can really show how anthroposophy touches on all other
    • sense, for what anthroposophy is striving to realize for the health
  • Title: Isis and Madonna
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    • soul, he realized that if he wanted to reach the highest point of
    • himself cannot enter the realm where the Mothers are enthroned
    • material existence. To him the realm of the Mothers is the realm of
    • of the realm of the Mothers, and we are told how they weave and live
    • essence of their realm. They are mysterious Goddesses holding sway in
    • a spiritual realm behind the reality of the senses. Faust must
    • the sensory and physical. Only by widening his soul to this realm of
    • understood how in this realm of the Mothers one has to do with a
    • physical world. Entrance into this realm is portrayed by the journey
    • new realms are unfolded around him. It was also shown that whoever
    • enters this realm is confused by all the impressions that work upon
    • realm of the Mothers that there is born all that is given to our
    • And because this mysterious realm, the Mother-realm of everything
    • earthly and physical, the realm containing, so to say, the divine
    • substance of all things — because this mysterious realm is resounding
    • vision into an insane and unreal world, but a vision into a world of
    • spiritual reality. The Mother problem of the world stood before Goethe
    • Now anyone wishing to enter this realm of the Mothers, the realm of
    • itself the spiritual eye and penetrate into the spiritual realm. The
    • being, and come to realize that as he is in his inner being, so he was
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    • soul, he realized that if he wanted to reach the highest point of
    • himself cannot enter the realm where the Mothers are enthroned
    • material existence. To him the realm of the Mothers is the realm of
    • of the realm of the Mothers, and we are told how they weave and live
    • essence of their realm. They are mysterious Goddesses holding sway in
    • a spiritual realm behind the reality of the senses. Faust must
    • the sensory and physical. Only by widening his soul to this realm of
    • understood how in this realm of the Mothers one has to do with a
    • physical world. Entrance into this realm is portrayed by the journey
    • new realms are unfolded around him. It was also shown that whoever
    • enters this realm is confused by all the impressions that work upon
    • realm of the Mothers that there is born all that is given to our
    • And because this mysterious realm, the Mother-realm of everything
    • earthly and physical, the realm containing, so to say, the divine
    • substance of all things — because this mysterious realm is resounding
    • vision into an insane and unreal world, but a vision into a world of
    • spiritual reality. The Mother problem of the world stood before Goethe
    • Now anyone wishing to enter this realm of the Mothers, the realm of
    • itself the spiritual eye and penetrate into the spiritual realm. The
    • being, and come to realize that as he is in his inner being, so he was
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    • we realize that facts in history arrange themselves as do facts in our
    • himself, “Man learns to know his real being only when he has torn
    • with the world of the senses, I do not really live within my full
    • his god even though he were insufficiently prepared, but they realized
    • come to realize that everywhere the final goal of the cosmos is the
    • come to me, and I cannot really know myself as man.”
    • past, man made a real contact with the divine essence only through the
    • I realize that I am presenting things that are even less popular with
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    • we realize that facts in history arrange themselves as do facts in our
    • himself, “Man learns to know his real being only when he has torn
    • with the world of the senses, I do not really live within my full
    • his god even though he were insufficiently prepared, but they realized
    • come to realize that everywhere the final goal of the cosmos is the
    • come to me, and I cannot really know myself as man.”
    • past, man made a real contact with the divine essence only through the
    • I realize that I am presenting things that are even less popular with
  • Title: Lecture: The Lord's Prayer
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    • — and letting such a formula really live in the heart and experience,
    • happen that someone were really to gain the gratification of his personal
    • form of his prayer will be but a means of rising to higher spiritual realms
    • a totality — that is, to a certain degree — but has no real
    • the “outpouring,” “the emanation.” If you could really
    • things really signify in spirit, you would see that it is the name that
    • having become an individual, a really independent being. Whereas
    • “evil” and “apple.” All real meanings of words, of
    • issued from the fountainhead of wisdom has real meaning for either the
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    • — and letting such a formula really live in the heart and experience,
    • happen that someone were really to gain the gratification of his personal
    • form of his prayer will be but a means of rising to higher spiritual realms
    • a totality — that is, to a certain degree — but has no real
    • the “outpouring,” “the emanation.” If you could really
    • things really signify in spirit, you would see that it is the name that
    • having become an individual, a really independent being. Whereas
    • “evil” and “apple.” All real meanings of words, of
    • issued from the fountainhead of wisdom has real meaning for either the
  • Title: Lecture: Love and Its Meaning in the World
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    • reality. For if a man has no desire to know anything about the nature
    • Spiritual Science; rather we must learn to realise that understanding
    • as they do that it was an earthly deed, a deed belonging to the realm
    • those who have no feeling for super-sensible reality.
    • Christ who came forth from the realms of spirit has united wisdom with
    • he dedicates to the service of the world only so much takes real
    • real sense can become a true Christian.
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    • reality. For if a man has no desire to know anything about the nature
    • Spiritual Science; rather we must learn to realise that understanding
    • as they do that it was an earthly deed, a deed belonging to the realm
    • those who have no feeling for super-sensible reality.
    • Christ who came forth from the realms of spirit has united wisdom with
    • he dedicates to the service of the world only so much takes real
    • real sense can become a true Christian.
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • To ordinary consciousness this may seem true, but in reality it is not
    • asleep appear as darkness in the midst of life. And in reality it is to
    • the night which males us real human being and no mere automata.
    • Truth is, we never bring our real and inmost Ego with us from the
    • real man, standing upon Earth; here am I with my inmost being.’ We
    • on Earth, not as the real man himself, but as the picture of the real
    • form. I do not look at it truly if I describe it as a reality — as a
    • real being, thus or thus. I only look at it truly if I say: It is a
    • manner. The physical world is not the true reality, so it is said; it
    • is a maya — the true reality is behind it. Yet such a statement does
    • animal kingdom — there works what we may call a lower spiritual realm.
    • realm — a realm which also influences man. Looked at in his totality,
    • spiritual reality. It is the Beings of the Hierarchies who are really
    • there. When he looks up to the stars, man in reality is looking up to
    • some indication of the living Spirit which in reality fills the entire
    • Penmaenmawr I tried to tell a little of the real spiritual nature of
    • never really see the Moon itself; we see at most a scanty indication
    • realize that there are lofty spiritual Beings there — Beings who were
    • every night when man is sleeping, and it is realized more fully
    • Beings have withdrawn, leaving behind with the earthly realm only the
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    • To ordinary consciousness this may seem true, but in reality it is not
    • asleep appear as darkness in the midst of life. And in reality it is to
    • the night which males us real human being and no mere automata.
    • Truth is, we never bring our real and inmost Ego with us from the
    • real man, standing upon Earth; here am I with my inmost being.’ We
    • on Earth, not as the real man himself, but as the picture of the real
    • form. I do not look at it truly if I describe it as a reality — as a
    • real being, thus or thus. I only look at it truly if I say: It is a
    • manner. The physical world is not the true reality, so it is said; it
    • is a maya — the true reality is behind it. Yet such a statement does
    • animal kingdom — there works what we may call a lower spiritual realm.
    • realm — a realm which also influences man. Looked at in his totality,
    • spiritual reality. It is the Beings of the Hierarchies who are really
    • there. When he looks up to the stars, man in reality is looking up to
    • some indication of the living Spirit which in reality fills the entire
    • Penmaenmawr I tried to tell a little of the real spiritual nature of
    • never really see the Moon itself; we see at most a scanty indication
    • realize that there are lofty spiritual Beings there — Beings who were
    • every night when man is sleeping, and it is realized more fully
    • Beings have withdrawn, leaving behind with the earthly realm only the
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  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • was performed for them. It really seems as if that simple, loving joy could
    • because such a play can make us realize again how the souls of men, whether
    • looking at things in an unreal way if this is thought to be the case.
    • understood today, it will be gradually realized how necessary it is to look
    • "Behold in this reminder of death what you really are as human beings.
    • mountain because, in reality, they are also dead. "These are the bodies you
    • rising of the earthly sun. We realize that the spring and summer of the
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    • was performed for them. It really seems as if that simple, loving joy could
    • because such a play can make us realize again how the souls of men, whether
    • looking at things in an unreal way if this is thought to be the case.
    • understood today, it will be gradually realized how necessary it is to look
    • "Behold in this reminder of death what you really are as human beings.
    • mountain because, in reality, they are also dead. "These are the bodies you
    • rising of the earthly sun. We realize that the spring and summer of the
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    • and in this connection he makes the following really very curious
    • drop of his blood. This is self-evident, and no one can really
    • that about which, so to speak, the real fight must be waged, when it
    • background” of blood, you will be able to realize how the
    • drawn attention to the fact that blood is in reality the latest factor
    • real significance, be named from without, but which must sound forth
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    • and in this connection he makes the following really very curious
    • drop of his blood. This is self-evident, and no one can really
    • that about which, so to speak, the real fight must be waged, when it
    • background” of blood, you will be able to realize how the
    • drawn attention to the fact that blood is in reality the latest factor
    • real significance, be named from without, but which must sound forth
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    • being is really involved.
    • to-day who grows angry, really angry, and has evil thoughts in respect to
    • say: That man resembles a cat. If he was a hypocrite, he really resembled
    • reality — that outwardly his face may only have a slight resemblance with
    • constitute an almost fatal destiny, a real fate, which will be impressed
    • We shall then really be
    • present fifth post-Atlantean epoch, but it will become a reality in
    • that the materialistic world-conception shall one day assume real shape
    • really exists. At present, the materialistic theories are not yet
    • realities, but they have the tendency to become realities.
    • real prophets. At the present time, that peculiar formation of the
    • will really arise; these will then be reality.
    • which may be felt in advance, a time which will really exist during
    • the materialists into realities would be, to allow those people to triumph
    • very earnest and real. This will be the attitude which will be able to
    • be the number of those who see that the realisation of materialism can
    • and more become a reality.
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    • being is really involved.
    • to-day who grows angry, really angry, and has evil thoughts in respect to
    • say: That man resembles a cat. If he was a hypocrite, he really resembled
    • reality — that outwardly his face may only have a slight resemblance with
    • constitute an almost fatal destiny, a real fate, which will be impressed
    • We shall then really be
    • present fifth post-Atlantean epoch, but it will become a reality in
    • that the materialistic world-conception shall one day assume real shape
    • really exists. At present, the materialistic theories are not yet
    • realities, but they have the tendency to become realities.
    • real prophets. At the present time, that peculiar formation of the
    • will really arise; these will then be reality.
    • which may be felt in advance, a time which will really exist during
    • the materialists into realities would be, to allow those people to triumph
    • very earnest and real. This will be the attitude which will be able to
    • be the number of those who see that the realisation of materialism can
    • and more become a reality.
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    • his time and energy really thinking through what he has heard from his
    • real connection of interest of the soul with the subject matter that the
    • go quietly away. I realize that if I only do this once, I probably will not
    • would soon correct their hideous handwriting if they really looked at the
    • but there is really no problem in life that should be treated this way.
    • against. It is an uncomfortable fact to have to realize, but there are always
    • direction, but in reality you will have been merely lax and easy going. If
    • choice until you are inwardly strong and know that you can really follow
    • involved. This is really difficult to apply in life. When a man has lied to
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    • his time and energy really thinking through what he has heard from his
    • real connection of interest of the soul with the subject matter that the
    • go quietly away. I realize that if I only do this once, I probably will not
    • would soon correct their hideous handwriting if they really looked at the
    • but there is really no problem in life that should be treated this way.
    • against. It is an uncomfortable fact to have to realize, but there are always
    • direction, but in reality you will have been merely lax and easy going. If
    • choice until you are inwardly strong and know that you can really follow
    • involved. This is really difficult to apply in life. When a man has lied to
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • as if it were resting within itself. In reality, everything lives and weaves
    • comprehensive observation of the human being based on reality. But
    • contemporary natural science actually excludes from its realm what
    • approach the human being. Therefore this natural science can not really
    • laboratories or in a clinic — there one must really struggle. In
    • and then one finds out everything. It really isn't that simple. Thorough and
    • will see what is significant here. What matters is to really be able to see
    • human organism on the other. Then it is possible to really find the
    • be achieved by more soul-spiritual processes of healing. In this realm one
    • realm, however, it is very easy to get into dilettantism. One can, for
    • I really could only present the principles aphoristically to you today.
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    • as if it were resting within itself. In reality, everything lives and weaves
    • comprehensive observation of the human being based on reality. But
    • contemporary natural science actually excludes from its realm what
    • approach the human being. Therefore this natural science can not really
    • laboratories or in a clinic — there one must really struggle. In
    • and then one finds out everything. It really isn't that simple. Thorough and
    • will see what is significant here. What matters is to really be able to see
    • human organism on the other. Then it is possible to really find the
    • be achieved by more soul-spiritual processes of healing. In this realm one
    • realm, however, it is very easy to get into dilettantism. One can, for
    • I really could only present the principles aphoristically to you today.
  • Title: Lecture: Practical Training In Thought
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    • thought capable of grasping physical and spiritual reality and leading to a
    • superficially, for in reality what we are concerned with here can guide us
    • Whenever anything really practical has been invented, it has been done
    • But the real facts of life often sweep aside the “practical,” that
    • glowing with the joy of one who has just hit upon a really clever idea,
    • Considering the real practice of thought, it must be realized that thoughts
    • truth and reality.
    • the thoughts that underlie reality. The person experimenting ought not to
    • thinking. Instead, he must confidently feel that the things of outer reality
    • such and such an act. Then we wait to see what he really does since he
    • established an inner relation with the real thought activity of the matter
    • course in reality.
    • thinking his own, he will notice that his thinking really becomes
    • absorbed with some trouble in his life. Before he realizes it such things
    • If he really wants this to happen, he must say to himself whenever he can
    • is lacking in their recollections to produce a really lifelike, graphic
    • should fill in the picture with something incorrect that was not really
    • a really practical manner. Let us imagine that for some reason or other a
    • to convince another person by means of logical reasoning. What really
    • a real significance for us, we must have learned to love logic itself. Only
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    • thought capable of grasping physical and spiritual reality and leading to a
    • superficially, for in reality what we are concerned with here can guide us
    • Whenever anything really practical has been invented, it has been done
    • But the real facts of life often sweep aside the “practical,” that
    • glowing with the joy of one who has just hit upon a really clever idea,
    • Considering the real practice of thought, it must be realized that thoughts
    • truth and reality.
    • the thoughts that underlie reality. The person experimenting ought not to
    • thinking. Instead, he must confidently feel that the things of outer reality
    • such and such an act. Then we wait to see what he really does since he
    • established an inner relation with the real thought activity of the matter
    • course in reality.
    • thinking his own, he will notice that his thinking really becomes
    • absorbed with some trouble in his life. Before he realizes it such things
    • If he really wants this to happen, he must say to himself whenever he can
    • is lacking in their recollections to produce a really lifelike, graphic
    • should fill in the picture with something incorrect that was not really
    • a really practical manner. Let us imagine that for some reason or other a
    • to convince another person by means of logical reasoning. What really
    • a real significance for us, we must have learned to love logic itself. Only
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  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • old Lemurian epoch, in the realm which is the nearest spiritual sphere
    • walk, when we realize that his being able to do so has only become
    • and realize how we must thank the Christ-Impulse for it. Then we have
    • not in reality speak. Speech through gestures is not the speech of
    • Hegel says, in a form so apparently quite incomprehensible, can really
    • within them as memory. They will be able to realize that Christ
    • Man, looking back at his life, will realize that just as he can
    • also realize that it must fall into disorder in the future unless it
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    • old Lemurian epoch, in the realm which is the nearest spiritual sphere
    • walk, when we realize that his being able to do so has only become
    • and realize how we must thank the Christ-Impulse for it. Then we have
    • not in reality speak. Speech through gestures is not the speech of
    • Hegel says, in a form so apparently quite incomprehensible, can really
    • within them as memory. They will be able to realize that Christ
    • Man, looking back at his life, will realize that just as he can
    • also realize that it must fall into disorder in the future unless it
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • question is to be answered truly, we must realize that we make a
    • Movement our souls are seeking a real and genuine link with the
    • the beings of the invisible worlds. We must realize that our work is
    • can be mentioned, of which we must realize that they should be carried
    • considered to have real knowledge when they recognize the spiritual,
    • are fully to understand the real tasks of our associations and groups.
    • can understand what we are really doing in respect of our connection
    • really nullifies what is expressed in the noun. For when true manhood
    • intelligentsia the realization that a conception of community, of
    • of barbarism and the like. Those who try to realize how things really
    • hover as a high ideal, an ideal that has yet to be realized. They
    • this life in the group soul does not in reality belong to the future
    • heard, elements that in reality have in them the right kernel, namely,
    • understand death, to overcome death by realizing that it is only
    • realize that a God exists. If Christ had not risen, all our belief
    • not filled merely with evil and degeneration. It is our aim to realize
    • realization we try to prepare for actual experience of the Christ. We
    • course, as a gift, as grace. We realize the portent of the words:
    • Christ in me.” For thereby we realize: Wherever we may turn,
    • realization that death is the passage from one form of life to
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    • question is to be answered truly, we must realize that we make a
    • Movement our souls are seeking a real and genuine link with the
    • the beings of the invisible worlds. We must realize that our work is
    • can be mentioned, of which we must realize that they should be carried
    • considered to have real knowledge when they recognize the spiritual,
    • are fully to understand the real tasks of our associations and groups.
    • can understand what we are really doing in respect of our connection
    • really nullifies what is expressed in the noun. For when true manhood
    • intelligentsia the realization that a conception of community, of
    • of barbarism and the like. Those who try to realize how things really
    • hover as a high ideal, an ideal that has yet to be realized. They
    • this life in the group soul does not in reality belong to the future
    • heard, elements that in reality have in them the right kernel, namely,
    • understand death, to overcome death by realizing that it is only
    • realize that a God exists. If Christ had not risen, all our belief
    • not filled merely with evil and degeneration. It is our aim to realize
    • realization we try to prepare for actual experience of the Christ. We
    • course, as a gift, as grace. We realize the portent of the words:
    • Christ in me.” For thereby we realize: Wherever we may turn,
    • realization that death is the passage from one form of life to
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  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • too loftily to spiritual realms, thus losing the firm ground under
    • understood me correctly if you realize that I am not speaking for
    • be purely physical, but as material processes they are really the
    • the ascent from the purely physical to the spiritual realm can be
    • mineral kingdoms. We must realize that plants represent the direct
    • the cosmic realm lives within the astral body. It is, however,
    • We perceive it in its external expression when we realize the
    • nourishment from the realm of plants, however, he becomes more
    • the realm of plants, they would discover that they are able more
    • merits. They will realize then that their whole physical and
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    • too loftily to spiritual realms, thus losing the firm ground under
    • understood me correctly if you realize that I am not speaking for
    • be purely physical, but as material processes they are really the
    • the ascent from the purely physical to the spiritual realm can be
    • mineral kingdoms. We must realize that plants represent the direct
    • the cosmic realm lives within the astral body. It is, however,
    • We perceive it in its external expression when we realize the
    • nourishment from the realm of plants, however, he becomes more
    • the realm of plants, they would discover that they are able more
    • merits. They will realize then that their whole physical and
  • Title: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • various nations were so great, nevertheless, in reality all these achievements
    • Now, we must realize that modern humanity is permeated by Ahriman. Ahriman
    • modernday astronomy and other branches of natural science, and realize that
    • Christmas. We must realize that since the nineteenth century even theology
    • a new way. They must realize that they must first of all seek Isis, in
    • souls feeling and sensing the true significance of the event. Are we really
    • we are prepared to help one another in love, so that a real community of
  • Title: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • various nations were so great, nevertheless, in reality all these achievements
    • Now, we must realize that modern humanity is permeated by Ahriman. Ahriman
    • modernday astronomy and other branches of natural science, and realize that
    • Christmas. We must realize that since the nineteenth century even theology
    • a new way. They must realize that they must first of all seek Isis, in
    • souls feeling and sensing the true significance of the event. Are we really
    • we are prepared to help one another in love, so that a real community of
  • Title: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • is rich and diverse, and if one wants to reach some reality concerning our
    • realms of nature. Through concepts and ideas we learn to know mineral,
    • Ancient man knew that reality expressed itself in things which today are
    • could then see, as it were, into the inner realms of nature. From the
    • reality of man's being, the source of his human dignity, escaped him — it
    • civilization was based. It meant that really enlightened people in those
    • the other realms of nature. His home is elsewhere than on the earth. His
    • life, after death. This has now taken its place in life on earth. A real
    • man was not the real human being. The natural man was clearly differentiated
    • realize how at every moment this freedom of his has to be wrestled for. He
    • should realize how, in his passions, emotions, feelings and sensibilities, he
    • this realm of subhuman. They recognized that all their knowledge was of the
    • subhuman realm in those ancient times. That was a significant point. For,
    • entered earthly life from the realm of the pre-earthly. You can become man
    • realize our humanity only on the other side of the gate of death; that time
    • fully man after death. In this, our own age, it is man's task to realize
    • really human, that we may not experience the scandal of being less in the
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    • is rich and diverse, and if one wants to reach some reality concerning our
    • realms of nature. Through concepts and ideas we learn to know mineral,
    • Ancient man knew that reality expressed itself in things which today are
    • could then see, as it were, into the inner realms of nature. From the
    • reality of man's being, the source of his human dignity, escaped him — it
    • civilization was based. It meant that really enlightened people in those
    • the other realms of nature. His home is elsewhere than on the earth. His
    • life, after death. This has now taken its place in life on earth. A real
    • man was not the real human being. The natural man was clearly differentiated
    • realize how at every moment this freedom of his has to be wrestled for. He
    • should realize how, in his passions, emotions, feelings and sensibilities, he
    • this realm of subhuman. They recognized that all their knowledge was of the
    • subhuman realm in those ancient times. That was a significant point. For,
    • entered earthly life from the realm of the pre-earthly. You can become man
    • realize our humanity only on the other side of the gate of death; that time
    • fully man after death. In this, our own age, it is man's task to realize
    • really human, that we may not experience the scandal of being less in the
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    • The objection is frequently made that theosophy does not really work its
    • way into the realm of morality. In fact it is said that through certain of
    • and higher. This, so these people say, is after all really an egotistic
    • really justified. We must reach very deeply into occult research if we
    • wish to refute such a reproach to theosophy in a really fundamental way.
    • about something really absurd, something that cannot be reconciled with
    • ourselves what really motivates the person who lies or steals. The liar or
    • to realize that he simply cannot have that advantage, that he is wrong,
    • realize more and more that in the sense of a true view of the world the
    • belongs to the earth is of a super-sensible nature. The earth is a real
    • organism, a real living being. When one pictures to oneself the human
    • It is really a simple thought, yet people have a difficult time grasping it.
    • any real power to overwhelm, to convince the human soul.
    • moment in which the heart, for instance, were to realize that it too would
    • in order not to fall ill. At the moment in which man realizes that he is
    • one who really knows the consequences of immorality can in truth be immoral,
    • Thus we see how unfounded it is when people who do not really know
    • how one goes about really being a good person. Our contemporary
    • To steal means the same thing for the real, deeper human essence as when
  • Title: Lecture: The Significance of Spiritual Research For Moral Action
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    • The objection is frequently made that theosophy does not really work its
    • way into the realm of morality. In fact it is said that through certain of
    • and higher. This, so these people say, is after all really an egotistic
    • really justified. We must reach very deeply into occult research if we
    • wish to refute such a reproach to theosophy in a really fundamental way.
    • about something really absurd, something that cannot be reconciled with
    • ourselves what really motivates the person who lies or steals. The liar or
    • to realize that he simply cannot have that advantage, that he is wrong,
    • realize more and more that in the sense of a true view of the world the
    • belongs to the earth is of a super-sensible nature. The earth is a real
    • organism, a real living being. When one pictures to oneself the human
    • It is really a simple thought, yet people have a difficult time grasping it.
    • any real power to overwhelm, to convince the human soul.
    • moment in which the heart, for instance, were to realize that it too would
    • in order not to fall ill. At the moment in which man realizes that he is
    • one who really knows the consequences of immorality can in truth be immoral,
    • Thus we see how unfounded it is when people who do not really know
    • how one goes about really being a good person. Our contemporary
    • To steal means the same thing for the real, deeper human essence as when
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • knowledge of super-sensible worlds really fruitful in ordinary life. It can
    • realms is the force of Imagination, the second capacity is the force of
    • among these — but the essential quality of a really spiritual world
    • The crux of the matter is really to go into these things, and not, as is still
    • After having as it were shown you how these things can really be gone
    • of really grasping man if you look at things from the point of view of the
    • perceptible world versus the super-sensible world. In reality it is like this:
    • bound to our ordinary senses. We perceive only what is in the realm of
    • include the whole of the imperceptible or spiritual realm, we must speak of
    • setup is that education has to be a real art. In the time of transition people
    • today, however, is to give people a real knowledge of man, especially if
    • they are teachers, You see, if you possess this real knowledge of man and
    • man and releases will impulses. Indeed it ought to enter into many realms
    • I have demonstrated this in one particular realm of life, namely
    • everything. Now it is essential for people really to develop a sense for the
    • and do not see any real humanity in one another, they will never be able
    • become social if they really meet one another in life, and something
    • human beings to develop really social impulses. And one of these social
    • sense for super-sensible knowledge. And the realm in which super-sensible
    • absolutely pertinent to life. What we must realize is that we have
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    • knowledge of super-sensible worlds really fruitful in ordinary life. It can
    • realms is the force of Imagination, the second capacity is the force of
    • among these — but the essential quality of a really spiritual world
    • The crux of the matter is really to go into these things, and not, as is still
    • After having as it were shown you how these things can really be gone
    • of really grasping man if you look at things from the point of view of the
    • perceptible world versus the super-sensible world. In reality it is like this:
    • bound to our ordinary senses. We perceive only what is in the realm of
    • include the whole of the imperceptible or spiritual realm, we must speak of
    • setup is that education has to be a real art. In the time of transition people
    • today, however, is to give people a real knowledge of man, especially if
    • they are teachers, You see, if you possess this real knowledge of man and
    • man and releases will impulses. Indeed it ought to enter into many realms
    • I have demonstrated this in one particular realm of life, namely
    • everything. Now it is essential for people really to develop a sense for the
    • and do not see any real humanity in one another, they will never be able
    • become social if they really meet one another in life, and something
    • human beings to develop really social impulses. And one of these social
    • sense for super-sensible knowledge. And the realm in which super-sensible
    • absolutely pertinent to life. What we must realize is that we have
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  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • impulses which seek to become reality. But in so doing we must
    • ask ourselves: What really happens then, not merely in that which
    • basis of social life and which, when broadened, is really the
    • far as you have not yet attained clairvoyance, really only penetrated
    • evident to one who studies the realities of life. Above all things,
    • social democracy is really so, and must be so understood.
    • things of reality demand that we work with them, and not against them.
    • the human being really must continue to learn throughout his whole
    • really in accord with our natural development.
    • realities. One who really thinks about it recognizes the fact that
    • pocket? The $5 note is really an illusion — it is worth nothing in
    • reality (even if it is metal money. At this point I do not want to
    • of no real worth). Money is namely only a ‘go-between’. And only
    • have any real value, but only at the command of the social order. The
    • then you begin to get a picture of the real facts.
    • mean possession of adequate insight, really have no knowledge. Thus
    • in opposition to anti-social forces? What is really required? I said
    • note) the real transaction which is linked with it.
    • forget ourselves, that in reality we find that almost everything which
    • the education of children. For we can really develop this imaginative
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    • impulses which seek to become reality. But in so doing we must
    • ask ourselves: What really happens then, not merely in that which
    • basis of social life and which, when broadened, is really the
    • far as you have not yet attained clairvoyance, really only penetrated
    • evident to one who studies the realities of life. Above all things,
    • social democracy is really so, and must be so understood.
    • things of reality demand that we work with them, and not against them.
    • the human being really must continue to learn throughout his whole
    • really in accord with our natural development.
    • realities. One who really thinks about it recognizes the fact that
    • pocket? The $5 note is really an illusion — it is worth nothing in
    • reality (even if it is metal money. At this point I do not want to
    • of no real worth). Money is namely only a ‘go-between’. And only
    • have any real value, but only at the command of the social order. The
    • then you begin to get a picture of the real facts.
    • mean possession of adequate insight, really have no knowledge. Thus
    • in opposition to anti-social forces? What is really required? I said
    • note) the real transaction which is linked with it.
    • forget ourselves, that in reality we find that almost everything which
    • the education of children. For we can really develop this imaginative
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    • ROM the two preceding lectures you will have realised that in finding
    • latter were the people who really created the political life of
    • really brilliant spiritual movement which lasted from the time of
    • many domains of life, was really only able to give a few indications
    • reality, testified to the existence of this subconscious longing. Why
    • did it never really come to the surface?
    • hand, indicating that this was a realm he was not willing to enter. A
    • simply did not know what spirit really is from the standpoint of a man
    • the spirit, without a notion of its real nature, are the theosophists
    • Taking it all in all, what Hermann Grimm said about Goethe is really
    • In an essay on Macaulay, Hermann Grimm set out to show that in reality
    • To hit upon such a characterisation indicates real ability to shape
    • an extraordinarily good, a really splendid piece of writing — only it
    • is not Goethe! In reality it gives only a shadow-picture of Goethe, as
    • of culture there is no real grasp of the spirit, no experience of it
    • itself to-day is that it had no real experience of the spirit, nor
    • If a man is to have real and immediate experience of the spirit in
    • it will be clear that this mediaeval history is really the story of
    • together with the element of Nibelung barbarism on the other side. One really
    • we find a really gifted man such as
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    • ROM the two preceding lectures you will have realised that in finding
    • latter were the people who really created the political life of
    • really brilliant spiritual movement which lasted from the time of
    • many domains of life, was really only able to give a few indications
    • reality, testified to the existence of this subconscious longing. Why
    • did it never really come to the surface?
    • hand, indicating that this was a realm he was not willing to enter. A
    • simply did not know what spirit really is from the standpoint of a man
    • the spirit, without a notion of its real nature, are the theosophists
    • Taking it all in all, what Hermann Grimm said about Goethe is really
    • In an essay on Macaulay, Hermann Grimm set out to show that in reality
    • To hit upon such a characterisation indicates real ability to shape
    • an extraordinarily good, a really splendid piece of writing — only it
    • is not Goethe! In reality it gives only a shadow-picture of Goethe, as
    • of culture there is no real grasp of the spirit, no experience of it
    • itself to-day is that it had no real experience of the spirit, nor
    • If a man is to have real and immediate experience of the spirit in
    • it will be clear that this mediaeval history is really the story of
    • together with the element of Nibelung barbarism on the other side. One really
    • we find a really gifted man such as
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  • Title: Lecture: The Structure of the Lord's Prayer
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    • touches upon the hidden mysteries of existence. But we must realize
    • mental realm. Fundamentally Christian prayer is no different except
    • really measure the full depth and dimensions of the Lord's Prayer as
    • where he can unite with the divine, spiritual Being. We must realize
    • interpretations may be given by external scholarship, it really meant
    • part of the Godhead Himself. Above therefore, in the realm of the
    • in reality is an emanation of the highest spiritual principle, namely
    • without the living reality, the essential self. Imagine that your will
    • this name in the right way when he realizes that every member of “the
    • Christian must realize that this is true of the smallest things. In
    • The second principle is the etheric or life-body. We must realize that
    • Therefore you have done more for your real occult development if you
    • to the ego the real origin of self-seeking and egoism. So long as the
    • sin, the eating of the apple in Paradise. The real “sin” or
    • manifestation of the Divine may be realized in man; that the second
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    • touches upon the hidden mysteries of existence. But we must realize
    • mental realm. Fundamentally Christian prayer is no different except
    • really measure the full depth and dimensions of the Lord's Prayer as
    • where he can unite with the divine, spiritual Being. We must realize
    • interpretations may be given by external scholarship, it really meant
    • part of the Godhead Himself. Above therefore, in the realm of the
    • in reality is an emanation of the highest spiritual principle, namely
    • without the living reality, the essential self. Imagine that your will
    • this name in the right way when he realizes that every member of “the
    • Christian must realize that this is true of the smallest things. In
    • The second principle is the etheric or life-body. We must realize that
    • Therefore you have done more for your real occult development if you
    • to the ego the real origin of self-seeking and egoism. So long as the
    • sin, the eating of the apple in Paradise. The real “sin” or
    • manifestation of the Divine may be realized in man; that the second
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • consciousness is concerned it has really only the intensity of a
    • with the surrounding world. Our antipathies really come from more
    • unconscious realms. They press upwards from the sleeping will. It is
    • the ear that hears of it. — Nevertheless man must realize that life
    • And now let us ask: What, in reality, is this activity in the domain
    • realize that all were created and shaped out of sympathetic
    • really living connection with the external world, when with our ego we
    • realize that the Greek had already begun to live very intensely in his
    • in comparison with that of the ancient Persians, really amounts to
    • Today, of course, it must be realized that the old instinctive wisdom
    • in reality it is the planets that radiate light to the sun and the sun
    • our task must be to penetrate to the reality.
    • made their way thither. A spiritual reality lay behind these journeys.
    • wisdom and therefore met with his death — only when men realize that
    • into the darkness — only when men realize that the light whereby the
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • consciousness is concerned it has really only the intensity of a
    • with the surrounding world. Our antipathies really come from more
    • unconscious realms. They press upwards from the sleeping will. It is
    • the ear that hears of it. — Nevertheless man must realize that life
    • And now let us ask: What, in reality, is this activity in the domain
    • realize that all were created and shaped out of sympathetic
    • really living connection with the external world, when with our ego we
    • realize that the Greek had already begun to live very intensely in his
    • in comparison with that of the ancient Persians, really amounts to
    • Today, of course, it must be realized that the old instinctive wisdom
    • in reality it is the planets that radiate light to the sun and the sun
    • our task must be to penetrate to the reality.
    • made their way thither. A spiritual reality lay behind these journeys.
    • wisdom and therefore met with his death — only when men realize that
    • into the darkness — only when men realize that the light whereby the
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    • It embraces a very wide realm, and all I can do here is to give a few
    • they were relating real experiences when they spoke of man being
    • a vision of reality, a “standing within” spirit-filled reality.
    • the feeling of freedom, that sense of freedom which is in reality a
    • One cannot really put the question concerning freedom in the way that
    • inwardly. This is true in the realm of the inorganic, from physics up to
    • astronomy, as well as in the realm of the organic, and in spite of the
    • condition comparable, in the realm of soul, with physical faintness.
    • realm where the dangerous knowledge is to be found; a Guardian holds
    • prepared, he is able to stand upright in the realm which would
    • if the soul becomes conscious, in a healthy manner, of its own real
    • the life of feeling is undoubtedly every bit as real as — even
    • perhaps in some ways more real than — the life of thought: but
    • how they are connected with external reality. Has not the life of
    • in both. So that in reality we are awake only in the life of ideation;
    • realities.
    • consciousness, and here we are taken into the realm of the will. Little by
    • world (we are really only postulating behind Nature a second equally
  • Title: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • It embraces a very wide realm, and all I can do here is to give a few
    • they were relating real experiences when they spoke of man being
    • a vision of reality, a “standing within” spirit-filled reality.
    • the feeling of freedom, that sense of freedom which is in reality a
    • One cannot really put the question concerning freedom in the way that
    • inwardly. This is true in the realm of the inorganic, from physics up to
    • astronomy, as well as in the realm of the organic, and in spite of the
    • condition comparable, in the realm of soul, with physical faintness.
    • realm where the dangerous knowledge is to be found; a Guardian holds
    • prepared, he is able to stand upright in the realm which would
    • if the soul becomes conscious, in a healthy manner, of its own real
    • the life of feeling is undoubtedly every bit as real as — even
    • perhaps in some ways more real than — the life of thought: but
    • how they are connected with external reality. Has not the life of
    • in both. So that in reality we are awake only in the life of ideation;
    • realities.
    • consciousness, and here we are taken into the realm of the will. Little by
    • world (we are really only postulating behind Nature a second equally
  • Title: Lecture: Truth, Beauty, and Goodness
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    • more concrete reality than they have in our age of abstraction.
    • the concrete reality of such ideals, although in so doing it does not
    • as concrete realities, to the being of man.
    • does not know what this implies. We speak of Truth, little realizing
    • (see Note 1) does not realize that
    • able to realize his existence inwardly, apart from all externalities.
    • existence we live in a world that is but a copy of true reality.
    • Indeed, we only understand this physical world aright when we realize
    • it to be this copy of reality. It behooves us, however, to feel the
    • true reality within us; we must be aware of our connection with the
    • instead of feeling the reality of the etheric body, he is nowadays apt
    • The sense of the reality of the etheric body is strengthened by the
    • experience of Beauty. When truth and truthfulness enter the realm of
    • real experience, we are, in a sense, living rightly in the physical
    • reality of the etheric body. To have no sense of beauty is to
    • vividly aware of the reality of the etheric body, and in the course of
    • is absent can possess no real sense of truth and truthfulness. But
    • alas, is only really present in pre-earthly existence. Here in this
    • existence in the realm of spirit.
    • Yet delight in beauty must be paid for at the cost of realizing that
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    • more concrete reality than they have in our age of abstraction.
    • the concrete reality of such ideals, although in so doing it does not
    • as concrete realities, to the being of man.
    • does not know what this implies. We speak of Truth, little realizing
    • (see Note 1) does not realize that
    • able to realize his existence inwardly, apart from all externalities.
    • existence we live in a world that is but a copy of true reality.
    • Indeed, we only understand this physical world aright when we realize
    • it to be this copy of reality. It behooves us, however, to feel the
    • true reality within us; we must be aware of our connection with the
    • instead of feeling the reality of the etheric body, he is nowadays apt
    • The sense of the reality of the etheric body is strengthened by the
    • experience of Beauty. When truth and truthfulness enter the realm of
    • real experience, we are, in a sense, living rightly in the physical
    • reality of the etheric body. To have no sense of beauty is to
    • vividly aware of the reality of the etheric body, and in the course of
    • is absent can possess no real sense of truth and truthfulness. But
    • alas, is only really present in pre-earthly existence. Here in this
    • existence in the realm of spirit.
    • Yet delight in beauty must be paid for at the cost of realizing that
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    • We really have three such times of festival in Christian tradition:
    • raise ourselves to an understanding of the real Mystery of Golgotha,
    • things, so remote from life and reality. There is not even a true
    • properly understood, they are not ordinarily understood in their real
    • abstract to us, revealed at that time something really living, because
    • or conception, and consequently it was holy to them. They realized
    • The fact really is such that when we are in the condition experienced
    • really, felt the revelation of the earth through their bodies when in
    • real penetration into the starry heavens; they saw what was spiritual
    • Christmas Tree really? It is not so easy to find its meaning. In
    • being our Christmas Tree, we come to realize that this Christmas Tree
    • expressed in the gradual disappearance of the real Christmas symbol,
    • which is really the Tree of Paradise.
    • talk of Christ Jesus, but really worship only Jehovah. For, as we saw
    • but were really concerned with the original God, Jehovah, who lives in
    • real Christianity must be born anew. We need a cosmic Christmas
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    • We really have three such times of festival in Christian tradition:
    • raise ourselves to an understanding of the real Mystery of Golgotha,
    • things, so remote from life and reality. There is not even a true
    • properly understood, they are not ordinarily understood in their real
    • abstract to us, revealed at that time something really living, because
    • or conception, and consequently it was holy to them. They realized
    • The fact really is such that when we are in the condition experienced
    • really, felt the revelation of the earth through their bodies when in
    • real penetration into the starry heavens; they saw what was spiritual
    • Christmas Tree really? It is not so easy to find its meaning. In
    • being our Christmas Tree, we come to realize that this Christmas Tree
    • expressed in the gradual disappearance of the real Christmas symbol,
    • which is really the Tree of Paradise.
    • talk of Christ Jesus, but really worship only Jehovah. For, as we saw
    • but were really concerned with the original God, Jehovah, who lives in
    • real Christianity must be born anew. We need a cosmic Christmas
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    • reality. Nothing would be more wrong than if Spiritual Science were
    • life. It will prove itself far more by building a real foundation for
    • ‘done thing’ since the days of yore, these are the really
    • normal educational preparation this is really not to difficult, but
    • in no way inferior to men, so that reality in practice, has resolved
    • the real revolutionary within humanity is Woman.
    • great authority. But the statements of scientists concerning the real
    • man is the really creative active one, and woman more the companion,
    • and what points beyond these connections into other realms entirely.
    • not really speak of the women's question in general at all, because
    • classes has today become the real women's question has become so
    • regarded as a learned profession was really little more than a higher
    • never be able to live without a glimpse of, without knowledge of real
    • real, something actually there. Anyone who knows nothing of this has
    • reality? There have always been individuals who have worked on
    • ideals! In reality you can only solve it by creating that concept,
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    • reality. Nothing would be more wrong than if Spiritual Science were
    • life. It will prove itself far more by building a real foundation for
    • ‘done thing’ since the days of yore, these are the really
    • normal educational preparation this is really not to difficult, but
    • in no way inferior to men, so that reality in practice, has resolved
    • the real revolutionary within humanity is Woman.
    • great authority. But the statements of scientists concerning the real
    • man is the really creative active one, and woman more the companion,
    • and what points beyond these connections into other realms entirely.
    • not really speak of the women's question in general at all, because
    • classes has today become the real women's question has become so
    • regarded as a learned profession was really little more than a higher
    • never be able to live without a glimpse of, without knowledge of real
    • real, something actually there. Anyone who knows nothing of this has
    • reality? There have always been individuals who have worked on
    • ideals! In reality you can only solve it by creating that concept,
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of the Angels In Man's Astral Body
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    • so fundamentally that it really comes alive in us does it properly fulfill
    • real understanding of what is going on in the evolutionary process in
    • you will realise by what a complicated
    • If we genuinely study these sheaths of man, we realise that spiritual
    • into existence, you will have realised how intricate the details must
    • reality, be fruitfully answered only in the age of the Spiritual Soul
    • reality in a humanity transformed.
    • every human being with the full realisation that in him something is
    • to experience the reality of the Spirit.
    • numbers and numbers of human beings who are really asleep. They let
    • What really matters, however, is that men shall become conscious of
    • Indeed nothing else is really necessary. The practice of meditations
    • when Spiritual Science is studied and really consciously understood.
    • spiritual side, namely, what the other man really is. By this I mean
    • upon his way of life. Thought has for the first time become really
    • has thinking been competent to bring the Spiritual Soul into the realm
    • man's astral body! Only when this activity is realised in humanity
    • From this you can realise that the work of the Angels is, and under
    • But then, in his real being, man would have no part in it. It would
    • mechanical forces in the world. Instinctively he will come to realise
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    • so fundamentally that it really comes alive in us does it properly fulfill
    • real understanding of what is going on in the evolutionary process in
    • you will realise by what a complicated
    • If we genuinely study these sheaths of man, we realise that spiritual
    • into existence, you will have realised how intricate the details must
    • reality, be fruitfully answered only in the age of the Spiritual Soul
    • reality in a humanity transformed.
    • every human being with the full realisation that in him something is
    • to experience the reality of the Spirit.
    • numbers and numbers of human beings who are really asleep. They let
    • What really matters, however, is that men shall become conscious of
    • Indeed nothing else is really necessary. The practice of meditations
    • when Spiritual Science is studied and really consciously understood.
    • spiritual side, namely, what the other man really is. By this I mean
    • upon his way of life. Thought has for the first time become really
    • has thinking been competent to bring the Spiritual Soul into the realm
    • man's astral body! Only when this activity is realised in humanity
    • From this you can realise that the work of the Angels is, and under
    • But then, in his real being, man would have no part in it. It would
    • mechanical forces in the world. Instinctively he will come to realise
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    • resurrection to the disciples who were really initiated?
    • of mind in which men of past ages took up the real Mystery of
    • — we may indeed say it in the real sense of the word —
    • the approach of the Mystery of Golgotha people really felt that death
    • development — that death began to have a real influence in
    • had remained the same as in the past, where they did not really know
    • the divine world. If one wishes to penetrate into the real depths of
    • this esoteric teaching, one must realize that he who understands the
    • realize his plans quite easily. Ahriman hopes for this always. One
    • other expressions should really be found — that special joy
    • records really refer to the teachings that were imparted by the risen
    • is active, we do not really live. We must feel that when we are
    • thinking, we are not really alive, that our life is poured into the
    • which is really an
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    • resurrection to the disciples who were really initiated?
    • of mind in which men of past ages took up the real Mystery of
    • — we may indeed say it in the real sense of the word —
    • the approach of the Mystery of Golgotha people really felt that death
    • development — that death began to have a real influence in
    • had remained the same as in the past, where they did not really know
    • the divine world. If one wishes to penetrate into the real depths of
    • this esoteric teaching, one must realize that he who understands the
    • realize his plans quite easily. Ahriman hopes for this always. One
    • other expressions should really be found — that special joy
    • records really refer to the teachings that were imparted by the risen
    • is active, we do not really live. We must feel that when we are
    • thinking, we are not really alive, that our life is poured into the
    • which is really an
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    • realm of purely spiritual being according to his “Doctrine of
    • “Let a man withdraw himself ever so much within the realm of pure
    • purely spiritual manner if we would really know it in its true aspect.
    • clearly what it is that we really gain from a mathematical figure.
    • — this is what everyone who really seeks after Truth should keep
    • the realm of sense what thou hast learned about the Circle by
    • We must attain the faculty to speak of the realms of Life and Soul,
    • As it is true that only so much of real knowledge exists in Natural
    • realm of mathematics itself, towards the super-sensible. This has come
    • something quite different from it, namely to the real
    • within the real that we calculate the “Imperceptible.” And
    • realm of the senses is led back to the point of the super-sensible.
    • mentioned here, but rather by realising in true
    • the mathematician. And for what has been accomplished in the realms
    • non-mathematical student when he penetrates into the realms of the
    • confirmed in the realm of the senses. Even when we make a mathematical
    • only then are we able to understand what is the realm of Arupa
    • in contrast to the realm of Rupa. On the lowest and most
    • elementary plane we have an Arupa reality before us in the
    • realms of being. But one here has the means to see at least an
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    • realm of purely spiritual being according to his “Doctrine of
    • “Let a man withdraw himself ever so much within the realm of pure
    • purely spiritual manner if we would really know it in its true aspect.
    • clearly what it is that we really gain from a mathematical figure.
    • — this is what everyone who really seeks after Truth should keep
    • the realm of sense what thou hast learned about the Circle by
    • We must attain the faculty to speak of the realms of Life and Soul,
    • As it is true that only so much of real knowledge exists in Natural
    • realm of mathematics itself, towards the super-sensible. This has come
    • something quite different from it, namely to the real
    • within the real that we calculate the “Imperceptible.” And
    • realm of the senses is led back to the point of the super-sensible.
    • mentioned here, but rather by realising in true
    • the mathematician. And for what has been accomplished in the realms
    • non-mathematical student when he penetrates into the realms of the
    • confirmed in the realm of the senses. Even when we make a mathematical
    • only then are we able to understand what is the realm of Arupa
    • in contrast to the realm of Rupa. On the lowest and most
    • elementary plane we have an Arupa reality before us in the
    • realms of being. But one here has the means to see at least an
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    • relationships, Freemasonry. Freemasonry really belongs here, in spite
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  • Title: Man as a Being: Cover Sheet
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    • shows that in reality we have twelve. There are the four outer senses
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    • shows that in reality we have twelve. There are the four outer senses
    • Ego-consciousness and the content of the senses; the ego as reality.
    • philosophers. The real connection with the spiritual world later
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    • shows that in reality we have twelve. There are the four outer senses
    • slightest real consciousness of what lies behind the wholly direct
    • nevertheless anyone who can really analyse the whole field of our
    • are really quite distinct from one another and yet have a certain
    • in modern science, for it really only generalises about them.
    • Now when we really analyse the whole range of those external
    • distinctions in the realm of the senses knows that, just as there is a
    • clearly defined realm of sight, so there is a clearly defined realm
    • sight we realise at once, simply by observing its organ, the eye, how
    • of taste and smell we are already entering into the animal realm, and
    • cannot approach the real nature of processes if one thus pursues
    • thus we see that mathematics is really rooted in that part of us which
    • is at the same time cosmic. In fact, we are only really subjective in
    • happens in everyday life. The important thing is really to distinguish
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    • shows that in reality we have twelve. There are the four outer senses
    • can be brought under strict natural law is acknowledged to be really
    • as to the necessary distinction that has to be made between real
    • One comes to a really sound judgment — and then not without
    • How can one really describe it? You see, one could not have spoken of
    • this knowledge. The real spiritual world was always present in
    • of the real Gnostics, too, but their teachings were abstractions of a
    • dispute between Arius and Athanasius, which cannot really be reduced
    • carried on in a realm in which the real content of the old ideas has
    • Indeed, a real understanding of the essential soul-life has for the
    • so little of what he was really striving for. This failure of
    • called sight in scientific circles is really only a somewhat
    • modern thinking really has its roots in the sense of smell, in that
    • upper man). And whoever wishes to understand what is really to be
    • upper man) has, as regards its real nature, faded away into belief.
    • And although people are at a loss how to attribute real existence to
    • which we ascribe real being, otherwise we shall always come to the
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    • shows that in reality we have twelve. There are the four outer senses
    • world, we must start from the reality and not from any preconceived
    • it means to proceed from ideas instead of from reality. Someone sees a
    • take our start from the reality of the animal and the
    • reality of man, not from some idea we have formed of the
    • must always start from reality and not from ideas acquired from one
    • the mouths of Kantians. This a priori really means that we have
    • the rest of our organism than we have of our head. Our head is really
    • it is really only the ego that has a certain independence. The other
    • because the human brain really is in this respect an extraordinarily
    • plastically, pictorially, in the head. But there we are in the realm
    • one can really understand the structure of matter — particularly
    • reality and not from his materialistic prejudices, will at once see in
    • onwards, develops as the soul-spiritual life. It really is a fact that
    • It is really the same force. The same method of observation must be
    • such bridge, people make a distinction between what they call real
    • of this moral freedom within the realm of soul and spirit, as a fact
    • saying this we are saying something very abstract. It is really only
    • feeling that this contradiction in life, which is absolutely real, can
    • life is really the one that goes with the plight of soul to which
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    • our anthroposophical understanding of times and seasons, if we are really
    • passes through the gate of death, and how he enters the realm of the starry
    • worlds, the realm of spiritual evolution, taking with him the power of his
    • nevertheless led over World Being and World Thought into the realm of the
    • that one can really do for Raphael as a personality is to write of how one
    • sense-reality, whatever the eye can see and recognise as beautiful — all
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    • our anthroposophical understanding of times and seasons, if we are really
    • passes through the gate of death, and how he enters the realm of the starry
    • worlds, the realm of spiritual evolution, taking with him the power of his
    • nevertheless led over World Being and World Thought into the realm of the
    • that one can really do for Raphael as a personality is to write of how one
    • sense-reality, whatever the eye can see and recognise as beautiful — all
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    • reality it is very near indeed to the higher domains of the life of
    • to the soul. Anyone who does not understand them should realise that
    • You will realise from many of the Lecture Courses that have been given
    • namely, as realms devoid of feeling. The first kingdom of those we
    • Spiritual. The animal kingdom is the first realm with which he makes
    • aware of the animal realm as a totality; only those human souls come
    • experienced in the human realm in yonder world that the dead is in
    • this intercourse the spiritual world can be described as it really is;
    • faculties; but when we think it over, we shall realise that it
    • developed clairvoyance, realise why it is so difficult for human
    • but really to become accustomed to the total reversal of the familiar
    • this example helps you to realise one thing only, namely, that
    • but one cannot really understand anatomy without such pictures. I
    • asleep and awaking is just as important. In the real sense, the human
    • really passed away but is still there. In physical life men have this
    • are really simultaneous, just as on the physical plane two places are
    • favourable, others less so. And we may ask: What can really help our
    • abstractly, but with real warmth of heart. This can so take root in
    • realise vividly what was the nature of your particular interest in the
    • him. In reality it comes from us. This becomes intelligible only when
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    • reality it is very near indeed to the higher domains of the life of
    • to the soul. Anyone who does not understand them should realise that
    • You will realise from many of the Lecture Courses that have been given
    • namely, as realms devoid of feeling. The first kingdom of those we
    • Spiritual. The animal kingdom is the first realm with which he makes
    • aware of the animal realm as a totality; only those human souls come
    • experienced in the human realm in yonder world that the dead is in
    • this intercourse the spiritual world can be described as it really is;
    • faculties; but when we think it over, we shall realise that it
    • developed clairvoyance, realise why it is so difficult for human
    • but really to become accustomed to the total reversal of the familiar
    • this example helps you to realise one thing only, namely, that
    • but one cannot really understand anatomy without such pictures. I
    • asleep and awaking is just as important. In the real sense, the human
    • really passed away but is still there. In physical life men have this
    • are really simultaneous, just as on the physical plane two places are
    • favourable, others less so. And we may ask: What can really help our
    • abstractly, but with real warmth of heart. This can so take root in
    • realise vividly what was the nature of your particular interest in the
    • him. In reality it comes from us. This becomes intelligible only when
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  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture I: The Egyptian period, and the present time.
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    • when he received in Egypt the commission from higher realms to guide
    • figures, but are the expression of real beings who, at the time of
    • was in the world of reality which today is for him the only world; he
    • a magnetic link for the soul which passes at death into higher realms,
    • from the dead body into higher realms, he wanted to have this
    • realms.
    • that these forms can be understood; we must realize that they are not
    • merely thought-out forms, but realities.
    • yet it would not be empty, for God was really present there. The Greek
    • material, physical part of the world; he feels it to be real, that it
    • this as a reality; he cannot raise himself to that which is spiritual.
    • to the physical world. It was forced to look down from the realms of
    • reality than it actually had. Imagine a man, in his soul, looking down
    • solved when we realize that the fruits of one age of civilization
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture II: Ancient Wisdom and the new Apocalyptic Wisdom. Temple sleep. Isis and the Madonna. Past stages of Evolution. The bestowing of the Ego. Future Powers.
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    • people have exactly the same illness — in reality this never
    • that the ego really entered into man and at this stage sexual
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture III: The Kingdoms of Nature. Group-egos. The Centre of Man. The Kingdoms of Higher Spiritual Beings.
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    • and in a still higher degree to the Universe. We must realize that the
    • these egos in their reality. It must be clearly understood that we do
    • Things are really more complicated than is generally supposed. It is
    • more what is essential in this. What does the astral body really do
    • — an unconscious instinct, but really it is higher spirits who
    • the realm of the Angels; they are also called Spirits of Twilight. Then
    • astral body really consists of two parts, namely, the part that is
    • the “Spirit of the Age.” This Spirit of the Age really
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture IV: The Outer Manifestations of Spiritual Beings in the Elements. Their connection with Man. Cosmic partitions. The Myth of Osiris.
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    • world, and we must realize that three more kingdoms have to be added
    • reality.
    • must flee from him. This was picture consciousness, and had a real
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture V: The sacrifice of the substance by the Thrones, Kyriotetes, Dynami's, and Exusiai. Jehovah and the Elohim, and their co-operative activity in the stages of human Development.
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    • must realize that even during the ancient Moon period the Sun with its
    • The human kingdom (really animal kingdom, consisting of physical body,
    • The animal kingdom (really vegetable kingdom, consisting of physical
    • The vegetable kingdom (really mineral kingdom, because it consisted
    • animals, and our human beings are really the descendants of the Beings
    • been led so far that you would have arrived in quite different realms.
    • understand what it really contains. A thrill of awe pervades us when
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VI: The Spirits of Form as regents of earthly existence. Participation of the Luciferic beings. The formation of race.
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    • to realize that there came a point of time when the Spirits of Form
    • facts which clairvoyant vision is able to test we find that in reality
    • was he really able to receive in the middle of the Atlantean epoch? We
    • was then realized externally by Moses and the prophets. Meanwhile man
    • the special form of that which he produced that he realized how the
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VII: Animal forms -- the physiognomical expression of human passions. The religion of Egypt -- a remembrance of Lemurian times. Fish and serpent symbols. The remembrance of Atlantis in Europe. The Light of Christ.
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    • this or that thought, or to this or that passion. What really are all
    • imparted at once to the soft body (which was really only formed out of
    • forms and fell behind in evolution. Anyone who looks with really
    • homes in the neighbourhood of Ireland were really mature enough to be
    • on the bed he really bestows on them the value of a plant. Plants have
    • just as the impress of a fossil points to an original reality, so the
    • man is unaffected by culture, when we realize that the feelings we
    • he is in a position to do this will he fully understand what really
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VIII: Mans connection with the various planetary bodies. The earth's mission.
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    • realize that a world-being like our sun has developed occultly from a
    • higher stages of existence. We have also realized that the earth is to
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture XI: The progress of man. His conquest of the physical plane in the post-Atlantean civilizations. The beginning and up-building of the 'I am.' The chosen people.
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    • learn to know it as a reality through man. From their heights the Gods
    • standpoint. We know that there was a realm in the neighbourhood of
    • and not to be mature enough to be taken immediately into the realm of
    • in them. These worlds were real to them, hence they felt their
    • realize His power. This was not immediately possible; during the first
    • regarded the physical plane as something real. It no longer appeared
    • appearance, but a reality which must be taken into account.
    • something which imparts deep reality to it, which we might illustrate
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture X: The reflection in the fourth epoch of mans experiences with the ancient Gods and their way of the Cross. The Christ-Mystery.
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    • could see divine spiritual beings did he really begin to live; it was
    • ancient companions of men in higher realms. Coming from spiritual
    • to enter human bodies, but to remain in the realms of the spirit. The
    • place of sorrow and pain, and who held that the only real bliss was in
    • we do really see Him disappearing from the other side of life), He had
    • took place which esotericists can read in the Gospels when they really
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    • materialistic belief that reality is only to be found between life and
    • this vision, and can only believe in the reality of the physical body.
    • capable of reaching up after death to the high realms where vision of
    • relationship to the universe. In every realm of Greek culture we see
    • will best be realized if we explain it by referring to the two
    • but what really existed in ancient pre-Vedic times.
    • really of very different values, and in some respects it was suitable
    • itself as it is now, but was really led and guided in its development
    • consciousness is not like this; when really developed the fitting
    • evolution. We might ask what has really happened in the present age,
    • in another realm, by which something like an independent science
    • our souls will realize more and more that each age is not merely a
    • that which meets us positively can we recognize what really is
    • has made necessary. They deny nothing in the realm of Eastern
    • may play a real part in evolution.
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    • make a wide survey of the realm of Spiritual Science
    • be included in the realm of Cognition, along with
    • aware of, whether it be reality or maya; the world
    • which is outside the realm of conscious cognition,
    • can see how in the moral realm this or that ideal
    • to realise that these ideals do rise up
    • the surface, and those that break out into the realm
    • Subconscious soul-life, as real as our conscious
    • If we place this subconscious soul-life in a realm
    • compels us to realise that behind everything we can
    • best grasp this transition if we realise that into
    • lies in the realm of the Spirit, whereas by ‘the
    • only then do they enter the realm of the Spirit;
    • otherwise they remain in the realm of the Son-Principle.
    • descends directly into the realm of the Will, and
    • realms into which we sink completely when
    • descends into the realm of the subconscious, stands
    • the realm of the Spirit. And so, when we
    • understand. Certainly the realm of cognition has
    • So we see that in the realm of cognition
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    • be included in the realm of Cognition, along with
    • aware of, whether it be reality or maya; the world
    • which is outside the realm of conscious cognition,
    • can see how in the moral realm this or that ideal
    • to realise that these ideals do rise up
    • the surface, and those that break out into the realm
    • Subconscious soul-life, as real as our conscious
    • If we place this subconscious soul-life in a realm
    • compels us to realise that behind everything we can
    • best grasp this transition if we realise that into
    • lies in the realm of the Spirit, whereas by ‘the
    • only then do they enter the realm of the Spirit;
    • otherwise they remain in the realm of the Son-Principle.
    • descends directly into the realm of the Will, and
    • realms into which we sink completely when
    • descends into the realm of the subconscious, stands
    • the realm of the Spirit. And so, when we
    • understand. Certainly the realm of cognition has
    • So we see that in the realm of cognition
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    • Two spheres of existence in nature and in man the realm of regularity
    • and the realm of irregularity. The ancient Hebrews' awareness of time.
    • How a person grows into the three spiritual realms of wisdom, beauty
    • reality.
    • Loss of the ability to orient oneself in reality and the helplessness
    • thinking that accords with reality and thinking that is in opposition
    • to reality. How occultism wanders into false paths.
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    • fail to achieve the heights of his age. More than a few people really
    • one really belong to the new spiritual nobility.
    • really understand the world, one must rise above the philistine view
    • told you — that according to Weininger's theory, W is really the
    • We are really talking about imaginative knowledge, therefore, but in a
    • in order to behold the astral realm, this astrality is pressed into
    • day, through Weininger, are ideas that really belong to the future?
    • are really ideas of the future. Those are not ideas of the future, but
    • body, it really does contain something of the future. All ideas,
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    • Two spheres of existence in nature and in man the realm of regularity
    • and the realm of irregularity. The ancient Hebrews' awareness of time.
    • fall into two very different and distinct realms: one realm which
    • manifests the greatest kind of regularity and order, and another realm
    • though there is a sharp dividing-line between these two realms, our
    • autumn. And the realm of nature presents us with many other things in
    • But there is another realm of nature, one which cannot be experienced
    • You see here two distinct realms of nature, one that manifests
    • the astral realm. They make their appearance at times when the astral
    • been dreaming. For a human being is constantly dreaming. Real dreams,
    • or what one calls real dreams, are only the results of a temporary
    • and the lack of it in dreams is really of this nature. A person is
    • depths of his soul, this other realm that I have described as stormy
    • The forces upon which waking consciousness is based really do mirror
    • year, and thus the year that really mattered, was a moon year of 354
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    • real expression of the spirit.
    • two together is a thin skeletal cord. The head really has just been
    • world. The majority of us were experiencing the heavenly realms which
    • were about us, and also the earthly realm towards which we were
    • realm is just a dream world. And yes, naturally, these men, too, were
    • the physical world, viewed the spiritual world as the only real world.
    • realm becomes the ‘other world’ when we are living between
    • encircling realm whose polar opposite is the point at the centre,
    • work between death and a new birth are really concerned with building
    • expresses only the forces of the heavenly realm from which it has come
    • little child there really is this strong contrast. One has only to
    • that is not the case at all. And I now ask you to really experience
    • deception. For it really is a deception that a human being seems to
    • Comedy, or else he reads it. If he reads it, in reality he has
    • really were then. On the Moon, one did not have to learn to read;
    • need to be repeated in our concepts and ideas. What, really, is the
    • understanding we develop represents the real seed of the future. The
    • real seed of the future develops within the sphere of our knowledge.
    • a super-sensible thing. In reality it is a collection of forces that
    • really put your hands on it, for the shaping of the head is the result
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    • understand the real connections must conceive of the act of speaking
    • spiritual reality that stands behind him. It must be conceded that
    • it is mad to say that it is really formed during the long period
    • cosmos. That is the real truth. Of course it is only when physical
    • material part of the head really can he pictured as analogous to iron
    • pigeon-hole. One cannot do this if one keeps the realities in view,
    • but keeping realities in view is the last thing our modern science
    • morality really works directly on what we call the
    • body that what is really physical is less involved. For example,
    • Thus, one really can say that when we look at a person's head, the
    • The place where the  I  is really present is in the
    • radiate into it. In the course of this encounter, the really moral
    • really does have to be present as conscious ego in the pulsing of the
    • the more subconscious realm of the body, seizing the whole person. The
    • And when we enter the realm of truth, we find that truth, also, is
    • physical brain. There, in the physical realm it becomes perception.
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    • How a person grows into the three spiritual realms of wisdom, beauty
    • physical body. We know that in a certain sense the three lower realms
    • together in man, and that he rises above these three realms that are
    • spirit he also grows into these realms. Man becomes human by
    • and animal realms. After death, he ascends again. Then something
    • the realm of morality, the aesthetic realm and the realm of wisdom, or
    • truth. Now, in this life when we speak of the moral realm, the realm
    • of the good, the aesthetic realm, the realm of the beautiful, and the
    • realm of truth, of wisdom, naturally we are speaking more or less
    • more taken up, are absolutely concrete forces. They are real,
    • Having left behind the realms of wisdom, of beauty, of truth, mankind
    • spiritual realms continue to shine into the human aura, so that if we
    • three spiritual realms, hovers before him, and shines and weaves
    • through him. The light from the three spiritual realms shines over a
    • mineral, plant and animal realms, so the moral sphere, the aesthetic
    • that connects us with the realm of physical becoming, our brain
    • approaches these things spiritually and really takes hold of their
    • One really has to call on the assistance of the feelings if one is to
    • yet one can ask oneself: Are things as they appear? Is it really true
    • It is developing in humanity. There really are people who experience
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    • Really! This so-called anthroposophical wisdom is so
    • cannot really be true!’ Today, this speech is frequently heard.
    • up in our bodies during our previous incarnation really are present
    • realm of truth and ideas. Why, then, does the realm of truth exist
    • really do learn a great deal that can only be learned on earth with
    • for understanding what is said, and much, much more. We really do
    • different realm, that of human nourishment, and this has nothing to do
    • carefully heeded if you want to achieve a realistic view of the world.
    • corks! But on the contrary, the grains of wheat really do pass over
    • incarnation, nor is it used to nourish the gods. Something really
    • happens when the seed rots; this is a real process. When knowledge is
    • without becoming part of a divine process, a real process takes place.
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    • one really has a sense — if I may use that word — for the
    • You see, it really is necessary to distinguish between the ego sense,
    • — that the awareness of another I is really a subconscious
    • we perceive a colour. It really is thick-headed to believe that the
    • sense particularises and differentiates my organism. There is a real
    • breathing. When we breathe, something real happens in us. We breathe
    • And something real happens through the process of breathing, much more
    • real than what happens when we taste something. When we taste, enough
    • were during Old Moon. Then the tones really came close. They were
    • in conjunction with the mineral realm. There was no such sense on Old
    • really can be traced through all the manifestations of life. The
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    • and the nasal mucous membrane. But this is not how things really are.
    • capital cities governing the realms of those senses. The realms
    • So there really are circumstances in the inner human world that
    • Earth man really does relate to what he consciously experiences in the
    • higher hierarchies into whose realms we are ascending. Thus the sense
    • the I. We leave behind the world of the senses and the realms
    • of space and time and really enter the spiritual world. Now on earth,
    • developed, really developed in the fashion that is described in
    • has actually worked his way into this realm. I am referring to Carl
    • to affect the life processes, for otherwise people would make a real
    • ninth month! The tenth month comes and finally it is realised that
    • really dies! A death from purely psychic causes!
    • little at this case and consider what really happened. We have a man
    • inclined to devote themselves to spiritual science and really absorb
    • not really illogical to follow a drama backwards starting from its
    • thinking things backwards, really backwards. He tries to deal with
    • really plagues himself with this; he really strains at the yoke:
    • being, for men are longing for it in their souls. Schleich really
    • that run backwards. He really sweats over the matter —
    • force of our experience actually compels us to deal with a real
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    • reality.
    • the higher senses for clarification. Rather we must enter the realms
    • the realm of the senses.
    • cease to appear — falsely — as if they really belonged to
    • approach is incapable of grasping the facts in their full reality.
    • actually lives, standing within the real world. The artist must go
    • — so that in the deeper sense of the word the painter really does
    • no longer appropriate to the aesthetic realm, for secretion has been
    • spiritual realities know about the way an entire sense-zone can become
    • such a pass that we have lost all contact with concrete reality. We
    • processes you are involved with the realities, and what matters is to
    • re-establish a connection with reality. People try to put new life
    • discovered in the spiritual worlds. We must make real progress in our
    • materialistic medicine. The aesthetic experience of tragedy really
    • of realities.
    • realm of the logical in such a way that he ceases to experience it as
    • when one tries to approach the realm of life through the spirit, and
    • the realm of material through the living, is already stirring in these
    • real truths. Take any work of art that you wish — the Sistine
    • Madonna or the Venus of Milo: if it really is a work of
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    • Loss of the ability to orient oneself in reality and the helplessness
    • marked by the loss of a sense for how to orient oneself in reality,
    • decide whether a judgement about reality — about some aspect of
    • reality or other — is right or wrong. They have difficulty in
    • been made with regard for reality. Certain of the old criteria have
    • impressions. What are we really given? he asked. What does the world
    • really put before us? Fundamentally, all that is given are our
    • we observe reality, all that is really there is a multiplicity of
    • really nothing more than a chaotic multiplicity? What guides one in
    • sensations. But there is no further reality in the law of gravitation;
    • the sensations are the real content.
    • You can see that no one will ever arrive at reality in this way. For,
    • economy of thought tell one nothing about the real basis of the
    • gives me information about certain things. But when I take a really
    • more letters. I have really been an ass to believe that information
    • like. That really is a picture of the kind of thinking on which
    • reality. But no human being can possibly generate anything within
    • himself that will enable him to pass a true judgement about reality.
    • they live in a real world, men feel it is necessary to make
    • higher concepts we form about reality are, fundamentally, fictions of
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    • with all its forces deriving from the mineral realm. Memory develops
    • our time it really is necessary for us to memorise certain things, for
    • protect himself from them is the one to whom they really do have
    • Whenever something is required that really corresponds to a previous
    • really is a bungled job; if God the Father were entirely perfect He
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    • ether substance of the world that which really can remain.
    • that is spiritual in the sense of spiritual science and thus has real
    • mean one that really touches on the spirit-is carried directly into
    • karma. But a conception that really touches on matters of the spirit
    • a stark reality that a real lie, or untruths of the kind we described
    • Something can only really become a truth after it has been placed, so
    • various directions — only if one has really suspended judgement
    • really does not require much talent to notice that so much lying is
    • quickly and not measured against reality. Recently I read an article
    • what is really being developed in our life of habits! We still possess
    • symbolically: these are, spiritually speaking, things you can really
    • all this is really a search for abstractions! All these moral ideals
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    • thinking that accords with reality and thinking that is in opposition
    • to reality. How occultism wanders into false paths.
    • human Gestalt really does connect directly with the previous
    • twelve-foldness really is to be found in the head. Now most of you
    • of wasps' nests really discovered this substance millions of years
    • that before. A real and serious principle of knowledge of the future,
    • Lucifer. We can observe that the luciferic realm works more from
    • happen. Has the person really been convinced in such cases? No, there
    • whether an idea he has formulated is in accordance with reality.
    • who are doing things. They are not really concerned whether what they
    • reality. For, in the present phase of human development, if we want to
    • truths that would accord with the corresponding objective reality.
    • reality, he is not understood. In such cases, a person is met on all
    • characteristics of reality by simply drawing attention to the things
    • seek for ideas that are in harmony with objective reality, so that we
    • objective reality. This is precisely the opposite of the direction in
    • materialistic age, the notion of thinking in accordance with reality
    • describing; thinking that is in accord with reality has become a
    • rarity. And an honest attempt to think in accordance with reality
    • with reality. A dreadful example of this is the way in which our
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    • senses’, because the realm of the sensibly perceptible has been
    • Is there really an organ for the  I  sense, for the
    •  I . But this is utter nonsense; it is really pure
    • I is a direct reality, a self-sufficient truth that we arrive at
    • form of a human being really does function as an organ of perception,
    • did not possess the physical apparatus of movement. It is really true:
    • the sense of touch is really spread over the whole organism, the sense
    • Now it is possible to make a real distinction between the middle part,
    • experiences of the human soul. Speaking originates in the realm of the
    • a recent lecture concerned with philosophy. These men really have to
    • network, really? (If I may use this word, for ‘network’ is
    • touch was really intended for an entirely spiritual perception, for
    • touch really gave us, originally, was an inner feeling for our own
    • the sense of touch, really exists in its own right; it is a
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    • the real forces. But that is not so. Actually, it was not even so very
    • process. But it is really an inner planetary system composed of seven
    • have been considering this week — if one wants to have real
    • removed from a further thought, one that is quite correct: a really
    • realms of soul and spirit, enabling them to wholly penetrate the
    • those who really felt the power of these verses within themselves how
    • subconscious feeling for it, knowing that human beings do not really
    • reality but is not in itself real. I have frequently attempted to
    • views really are so foolish that it is very easy to disprove them. For
    • observations such as I have just described really do quite
    • epoch requires one to really wrestle with the inauguration of
    • as participating in the living reality radiating from the whole life
    • establish its validity quickly and will only realise its full
    • treated as if they have nothing to do with reality unless they
    • language that have nothing to do with reality; in past times one
    • designate something real. These words are idols of the clan, of the
    • also refer to something unreal. They are the idols of the cave:
    • ‘managed’. Is that not so? Bacon says that other unreal
    • of this. These unreal entities stem from our living together in the
    • protected by them, believing that they contain real knowledge: these
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    • Jesus Himself, we clearly realize that the division of chronology into
    • Christ-Mystery. But whatever is real and true must ever and again be
    • appearance of Christ upon earth are at pains to explain the real
    • the Christ-event. If Christ Jesus, as is stated in the Gospels, really
    • the spiritual realms, born of the spirit, behold, He hath appeared.’
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    • be seen as the real Caesar, living and moving — as the spiritual
    • in a spiritual realm and springs from one divine spiritual existence.
    • capable of seeing what was really taking place, who knew that the
    • the various peoples, for in such matters myths and legends are really
    • in reality physical beauty as outwardly revealed. All other renderings
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    • effect of love. Whoever is really able to pour forth love on is fellow
    • then realize how the mineral kingdom was segregated from the other
    • there instead of coal. In the same way you will realize that
    • know the ‘Spirits’ as they really are, with their peculiarities and
    • capable of traveling in the Sun's escort. In reality, however, only
    • which were really capable of human development. Thus we see the
    • hitherto sojourned in the realms of universal space, could descend
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    • lunar crisis (I will not decide whether this was really the case).
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    • living witnesses of the reality of spiritual life, that is, of the
    • vivid recollection of the reality of the spiritual world. People said:
    • could reveal truth and reality. But this condition would not last. It
    • beggar in the upper world than a king in the realm of the shades!’ is
    • physical world was actual reality. But they who came to the Baptist
    • world; as yet very, very little of this mission had been realized, for
    • realized, the Christ-impulse must have penetrated to the utmost depths
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    • the baptism by John, the forerunner of Christ Jesus, really was, and
    • conscious of the unity of his individual life with the realms of the
    • body being then withdrawn, he traversed therein the realms of the
    • live in these events as in a spiritual reality, objectively visible to
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    • you must realize that this condition was different from the one to
    • which furnishes the one and only real history, tells us still more,
    • high Sun-spirit as ‘Ahura Mazdao’. We must realize that it was into
    • Now, as we have realized, those who had something of the old
    • ‘But now the Lord of the spiritual realm has appeared to us in His
    • nature was of the noblest kind. At the same time we must realize to
    • the Evangelists with what may be said to constitute the real nature of
    • We realize therefore that light is thrown upon the Christ-figure from
    • enlighten us with its revelation of the realms of the spiritual world.
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    • like a fairy tale, it was a reality in those days that, by exercising
    • To one who really understands the evolution of humanity, it will be
    • must realize that the human race has advanced beyond this state of
    • force, which produces certain effects. And now I beg you really to
    • that something really took place (it is not clear what they really
    • realize that the water-pots were obviously empty, and for a good
    • tasted the water as wine. But everything in the nature of a real force
    • And now let us proceed. As I said, the real nature of the miracles
    • a definite plan and intention. Indeed we realize that the insertion
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    • that moment, but I would beg you to realize from the beginning that it
    • entered into him, we can well imagine. But we can also easily realize
    • is meant merely as an allegory or symbol. It is a real, clairvoyant,
    • And Christ says to him, in order to indicate that He is really
    • powerful forces really within the physical body. The tendency was
    • literally is in reality anything but a ‘literal’ reading of the
    • enacted at the river Jordan, you will realize that the first
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    • removed from any realization of Christian love. As I have already
    • Having therefore realized the intensity and power of the
    • Darwinism by His Deed. Nevertheless we must first realize that human
    • will, and the terrible picture of the future would be realized in all
    • his way he chanced to meet his real father and slew him unbeknown. He
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    • evolution of the whole universe. A full understanding of the real
    • The disciples now knew that the true form of death is in reality
    • His Son into the world, that the real nature of the Father should be
    • into a body which really did descend through Joseph from Abraham. This
    • the sense of its Ebionite model. In reality the Gospel of St. Matthew
    • symbol of a God, so-called, who in reality was only a man. Though this
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    • robe, the garment, or physical corporeality of the human being, there
    • Thus the symbol of the Last Supper becomes a reality. Without the
    • immortal Spirit of Christ was really present in the mortal body of
    • imparted to them by these events) were able to recognize as a real
    • the marks of the physical — for such, Christ was risen as a real
    • me, and I can realize that they are necessities in the world!’ When
    • the giving of thanks, when Christ called upon the spiritual realms
    • really contained in the Gospels. Then the universal coherence of
    • carry with us into life a true command of the same, and a real gain.
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    • hands. This is how we really get their brains mixed up. This tendency
    • such an ideal, but before we could realize it, we would have to
    • being. The really criminal thing is that nowadays people monkey
    • Once we realize
    • imagination and not in reality. When we look from our chair in space
    • to an understanding of what is really happening and its connection to
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    • hands. This is how we really get their brains mixed up. This tendency
    • such an ideal, but before we could realize it, we would have to
    • being. The really criminal thing is that nowadays people monkey
    • Once we realize
    • imagination and not in reality. When we look from our chair in space
    • to an understanding of what is really happening and its connection to
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    • similarly, tries to deal with some aspect of the real world. But if
    • of external reality. A statue of Zeus, for example, is not produced by
    • creative depths of nature, he creates something real and achieves a
    • to these questions we must turn to the realm where the true models for
    • much more real than the physical one — a world which in relation
    • of the spheres, and out of this realm of harmony he passes into the
    • the physical realm, where everything we see and hear is outside
    • devachanic-astral realm is called the world of interpenetrability. Man
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    • similarly, tries to deal with some aspect of the real world. But if
    • of external reality. A statue of Zeus, for example, is not produced by
    • creative depths of nature, he creates something real and achieves a
    • to these questions we must turn to the realm where the true models for
    • much more real than the physical one — a world which in relation
    • of the spheres, and out of this realm of harmony he passes into the
    • the physical realm, where everything we see and hear is outside
    • devachanic-astral realm is called the world of interpenetrability. Man
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    • is quite certainly taken seriously by those who attempt real spiritual
    • question was really understood at that time. It is not always easy to
    • first came into contact, it really seemed to me as if they were being
    • greeting it was well expressed — how difficult it really is becoming
    • most part only masks. It is really so that men come to meet one like
    • Though it may sound rather abstract, it is a very real fact in human
    • depths — and these are really processes of the spiritual world, not
    • really excludes man, which makes man into a mask. The youth movement
    • which side really had the experience of youth. That sounds like irony,
    • is really a question of finding one another, even in the greatest
    • people are taken into account. Otherwise, if real spirit does not
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    • is quite certainly taken seriously by those who attempt real spiritual
    • question was really understood at that time. It is not always easy to
    • first came into contact, it really seemed to me as if they were being
    • greeting it was well expressed — how difficult it really is becoming
    • most part only masks. It is really so that men come to meet one like
    • Though it may sound rather abstract, it is a very real fact in human
    • depths — and these are really processes of the spiritual world, not
    • really excludes man, which makes man into a mask. The youth movement
    • which side really had the experience of youth. That sounds like irony,
    • is really a question of finding one another, even in the greatest
    • people are taken into account. Otherwise, if real spirit does not
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    • Logic and the Sense for Reality.
    • the world through the realm of his senses and the organs of his
    • explanations, but have to turn to those realms of the senses which
    • processes in the realms of the senses which are responsible for
    • become so personal and really want to let personal feelings cloud
    • here. For instance, we have said: the realms of the senses, as they
    • present life-organs were then more in the realm of the soul. Think of
    • Real aesthetic life in human beings consists in this, that the
    • life of the sense-realms must be sought in art and the experience of
    • reality in our materialistic time, the significance of the alteration
    • which goes on in a human being within the realm of art cannot be
    • Ego, just as he stands there in immediate reality, is not a work of
    • really be a work of art. The alterations made by the artist in what
    • artistic perception is never so confined to the realm of a particular
    • real Spiritual Science, the following result is reached. For ordinary
    • colours, the red or blue or violet; he really tastes the colours, not
    • the process of seeing, so that the painter really tastes the colour
    • conjoined sense-activities occur when the realms of the senses pass
    • realm of the senses passes over into the realm of life. All this must
    • the aesthetic realm when secretion leads to physical excretion. It
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    • Logic and the Sense for Reality.
    • the world through the realm of his senses and the organs of his
    • explanations, but have to turn to those realms of the senses which
    • processes in the realms of the senses which are responsible for
    • become so personal and really want to let personal feelings cloud
    • here. For instance, we have said: the realms of the senses, as they
    • present life-organs were then more in the realm of the soul. Think of
    • Real aesthetic life in human beings consists in this, that the
    • life of the sense-realms must be sought in art and the experience of
    • reality in our materialistic time, the significance of the alteration
    • which goes on in a human being within the realm of art cannot be
    • Ego, just as he stands there in immediate reality, is not a work of
    • really be a work of art. The alterations made by the artist in what
    • artistic perception is never so confined to the realm of a particular
    • real Spiritual Science, the following result is reached. For ordinary
    • colours, the red or blue or violet; he really tastes the colours, not
    • the process of seeing, so that the painter really tastes the colour
    • conjoined sense-activities occur when the realms of the senses pass
    • realm of the senses passes over into the realm of life. All this must
    • the aesthetic realm when secretion leads to physical excretion. It
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    • present time, when so much — far more than people realise —
    • realise fully in their soul what this signifies: less than three
    • how does man achieve real freedom in his social life? Schiller would
    • realm, so that a man does not have to submit to it, but is able to
    • Schiller felt when he described this middle condition as the real
    • In conversation about Kant, Goethe would not let himself become really
    • man's spiritual history than people can realise today. The period
    • present-day men and can really speak only through the medium of
    • enter into earlier conditions in man's history. It would really be
    • the middle of the nineteenth century, one cannot really grasp what is
    • life, but the power to achieve real results was not in it. And today's
    • This is something that only real Spiritual Science can do, in the most
    • man. And so Spiritual Science is really serving those dark but
    • regarded with horror; but it will have to be cultivated, if any real
    • A real understanding of the social organism will be achieved only when
    • Thus you are led through a real study of man into a true cosmology.
    • really a trinity, a threefold being. Today both revelation and
    • realms into one. Economic life, it is said, must be brought gradually
    • with this middle realm and that everyone should be represented there.
    • You can see that real knowledge of man and real knowledge of the
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    • present time, when so much — far more than people realise —
    • realise fully in their soul what this signifies: less than three
    • how does man achieve real freedom in his social life? Schiller would
    • realm, so that a man does not have to submit to it, but is able to
    • Schiller felt when he described this middle condition as the real
    • In conversation about Kant, Goethe would not let himself become really
    • man's spiritual history than people can realise today. The period
    • present-day men and can really speak only through the medium of
    • enter into earlier conditions in man's history. It would really be
    • the middle of the nineteenth century, one cannot really grasp what is
    • life, but the power to achieve real results was not in it. And today's
    • This is something that only real Spiritual Science can do, in the most
    • man. And so Spiritual Science is really serving those dark but
    • regarded with horror; but it will have to be cultivated, if any real
    • A real understanding of the social organism will be achieved only when
    • Thus you are led through a real study of man into a true cosmology.
    • really a trinity, a threefold being. Today both revelation and
    • realms into one. Economic life, it is said, must be brought gradually
    • with this middle realm and that everyone should be represented there.
    • You can see that real knowledge of man and real knowledge of the
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    • greater darkness; we have no clearer grasp of its real content than we
    • Now it is very important to realise that each one of the three systems
    • reality. These traditions you will find sometimes very beautifully
    • elemental beings from the Elf King's realm intervene in the destiny of
    • true to reality. It could not possibly have been said in this poem
    • life alone we are not involved in the realm of the elemental beings.
    • ready to form any idea of their reciprocal relation to the very realm
    • feelings — we dive down into the realm with which the Christ has
    • So it is in reality with every form of light. And so it is with every
    • time, however, are not real things in themselves. Velocities, varying
    • velocities, are real.
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    • greater darkness; we have no clearer grasp of its real content than we
    • Now it is very important to realise that each one of the three systems
    • reality. These traditions you will find sometimes very beautifully
    • elemental beings from the Elf King's realm intervene in the destiny of
    • true to reality. It could not possibly have been said in this poem
    • life alone we are not involved in the realm of the elemental beings.
    • ready to form any idea of their reciprocal relation to the very realm
    • feelings — we dive down into the realm with which the Christ has
    • So it is in reality with every form of light. And so it is with every
    • time, however, are not real things in themselves. Velocities, varying
    • velocities, are real.
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    • Now the intellect alone can give us no real knowledge of what has
    • really come to pass in the life of humanity through the ages. A great
    • Sun has grown up which is really modelled wholly upon earthly
    • realise and understand the connection of the being of man with
    • which the Sun is related to the Ego, and we shall also realise that
    • drinking. But within the organism they are received into the realm of
    • striving should be to unfold real vision, to attain Imagination. If
    • life. The beginning of a human life may really be said to consist of
    • Moon forces lead substance over into the realm of the living and are
    • trying to replace shadowy intellectualism by real Imagination. In the
    • realise that the forces of heredity described by modern science are
    • understand. Man must realise that the mysteries of his being cannot be
    • for he is really much more like an earthworm who has eyes at most for
    • again as rain. This is really all that men see in the way of forces
    • earth state, but he can only do so by realising and knowing his
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    • Now the intellect alone can give us no real knowledge of what has
    • really come to pass in the life of humanity through the ages. A great
    • Sun has grown up which is really modelled wholly upon earthly
    • realise and understand the connection of the being of man with
    • which the Sun is related to the Ego, and we shall also realise that
    • drinking. But within the organism they are received into the realm of
    • striving should be to unfold real vision, to attain Imagination. If
    • life. The beginning of a human life may really be said to consist of
    • Moon forces lead substance over into the realm of the living and are
    • trying to replace shadowy intellectualism by real Imagination. In the
    • realise that the forces of heredity described by modern science are
    • understand. Man must realise that the mysteries of his being cannot be
    • for he is really much more like an earthworm who has eyes at most for
    • again as rain. This is really all that men see in the way of forces
    • earth state, but he can only do so by realising and knowing his
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    • the realm of the sense-perceptible. A human eye or ear on the other
    • super-sensible world. We must realise that a human ear, for example, is
    • truly say, man is an image of processes and realities of Being in the
    • already show that this science is quite unaware of what they really
    • realise the following. In the first stages of development in embryonic
    • reality. As soon as we come into the spiritual world which lies beyond
    • to perceive the Spiritual within the realms of sense. But after death
    • ‘It is for the earthly realm; and if you would possess the
    • really mean what lies behind the eye, within the soul. And if I now
    • formations that the word Tree is expressed. There in reality you have
    • the mouth into the ear, the word Tree sounds forth ethereally, going
    • really interested. The thing is objective enough in that sense! But if
    • the wonder of it, who would not really feel with such a
    • Or again, take in real earnest what I said just now. When we move our
    • is outwardly existent. But in the inner experience which is realised
    • signifies the same for the Imaginative realm as the spatial element
    • namely, that the element of time is really permanent; it is a thing
    • that it is past. Hence, too, it has its real significance.
    • another realm. In our first seven years we have an impulse of
    • It is not really so. For the life of time is a reality. As the spatial
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    • the realm of the sense-perceptible. A human eye or ear on the other
    • super-sensible world. We must realise that a human ear, for example, is
    • truly say, man is an image of processes and realities of Being in the
    • already show that this science is quite unaware of what they really
    • realise the following. In the first stages of development in embryonic
    • reality. As soon as we come into the spiritual world which lies beyond
    • to perceive the Spiritual within the realms of sense. But after death
    • ‘It is for the earthly realm; and if you would possess the
    • really mean what lies behind the eye, within the soul. And if I now
    • formations that the word Tree is expressed. There in reality you have
    • the mouth into the ear, the word Tree sounds forth ethereally, going
    • really interested. The thing is objective enough in that sense! But if
    • the wonder of it, who would not really feel with such a
    • Or again, take in real earnest what I said just now. When we move our
    • is outwardly existent. But in the inner experience which is realised
    • signifies the same for the Imaginative realm as the spatial element
    • namely, that the element of time is really permanent; it is a thing
    • that it is past. Hence, too, it has its real significance.
    • another realm. In our first seven years we have an impulse of
    • It is not really so. For the life of time is a reality. As the spatial
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    • in things that, until the age of 20 or 21, really ought to go in an
    • astral body from the physical is really a continual experience of
    • concerned, this does not really make such a very great difference. By
    • really to be broken down and transformed instead of created. Poisons
    • really hasn't answered us at all. We can't get a satisfying answer out
    • they are so gripped by what they hear that their attention will really
    • own personality. In such matters, imponderables really pass over from
    • Naturally we must look not at appearances but at reality. It is
    • detrimental feelings out into the country and are really permeated by
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    • in things that, until the age of 20 or 21, really ought to go in an
    • astral body from the physical is really a continual experience of
    • concerned, this does not really make such a very great difference. By
    • really to be broken down and transformed instead of created. Poisons
    • really hasn't answered us at all. We can't get a satisfying answer out
    • they are so gripped by what they hear that their attention will really
    • own personality. In such matters, imponderables really pass over from
    • Naturally we must look not at appearances but at reality. It is
    • detrimental feelings out into the country and are really permeated by
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    • have a real connection with the way in which beings in the world evolve and
    • realise it — that the world cannot do without such societies. To put
    • themselves for the attainment of immortality in the real sense. But to
    • real experience, to have the feeling that one belongs in very truth to the
    • of an example of really objective human action. — An architect builds
    • reality are. A lawyer, for example, is to all intents and purposes working
    • for his clients. Part of his work may well be selfless, but the real
    • humanitarianism which, while it is empty of real substance, still persists
    • or charitable institutions. For selfless deeds are the real foundations of
    • Spirituality in those days was directed to reality; whereas our epoch
    • sight, remains. It will not be difficult for you to realise that in certain
    • is, in reality. It will be realised — by the public mind too —
    • Freemasonry would then be imbued with real spirit once again. Content and
    • Degrees are there but nobody has worked through them in the real sense! In
    • not his personal “ I ” as the criterion. The real heart of the
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    • have a real connection with the way in which beings in the world evolve and
    • realise it — that the world cannot do without such societies. To put
    • themselves for the attainment of immortality in the real sense. But to
    • real experience, to have the feeling that one belongs in very truth to the
    • of an example of really objective human action. — An architect builds
    • reality are. A lawyer, for example, is to all intents and purposes working
    • for his clients. Part of his work may well be selfless, but the real
    • humanitarianism which, while it is empty of real substance, still persists
    • or charitable institutions. For selfless deeds are the real foundations of
    • Spirituality in those days was directed to reality; whereas our epoch
    • sight, remains. It will not be difficult for you to realise that in certain
    • is, in reality. It will be realised — by the public mind too —
    • Freemasonry would then be imbued with real spirit once again. Content and
    • Degrees are there but nobody has worked through them in the real sense! In
    • not his personal “ I ” as the criterion. The real heart of the
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    • to realization, then Anthroposophy would have had to find some other
    • badly organized! This is something we have yet to realize.
    • Goetheanum. But the right heart for this is really lacking, my dear
    • really exists the necessity to extend spiritual science as such. Be
    • as bearer of the Anthroposophical Movement, is a reality built on firm
    • inner ground. Societies, that are realities built on firm ground, can
    • must say, it has really become an extremely heavy burden for me, a
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    • realm of our soul and spirit in order to become man at all in the
    • conformity with reality when we describe that which remains
    • unconsciousness. But the reality of this unconscious state, as it
    • existence. If he should realize his condition consciously, he would
    • feel himself poured out into an etheric realm. He would feel himself
    • Divine-Spiritual Reality that streams and weaves through the cosmos.
    • Real in the world; they fill us with the after-effect of the longing
    • Every one of these soul beings, which really are merely shadowy
    • an intimate relation between our experience in the realm of soul and
    • Beings, in whose realm of activity we immerse the eternal kernel of
    • us the real Venus each time that we are in the state of sleep, but a
    • a sentiment, a soul life, and a soul mood, when he really feels
    • actually diffused through the real cosmos. About the middle of our
    • spirit-germ of his physical human body in the spiritual realm. However
    • It was really not without reason that the older initiates —
    • veil were being woven as a nebulous imitation of that which in reality
    • satisfaction. Although he realizes that the ultimate goal will be his
    • one with them. When we spoke of our inner self we were really speaking
    • earth, at first, really means nothing to us, and that which gleams
    • see into the corresponding spiritual element. There it is really
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    • dream, but in a certain way a reality, although of a unique
    • of a reality which this woman's soul had barely been able to
    • the spirit world: “Indeed, I have a real reason for
    • but thou must soar far into the realms of the hierarchies to
    • side to a base. In this realm — as thou seest me now
    • the first time thou seest my real form.”
    • guessed at my real being. Now I have become the art of dance.
    • do so in order to come into touch with the physical realm of
    • loftier spheres. But I have descended through the realms of
    • goest beyond, thou wilt function as the realm which arouses
    • realized in the distant future. And then, although humanity
    • obliged to function in the realm of the hierarchies known as
    • a wide-flung realm. And inasmuch as I have taken my way from
    • a wide-flung realm to come down into the world I may say that
    • I have come from the realm of Seraphim!”
    • call me Inspiration. I come hither from a wide-flung realm,
    • figure from the realm of the Cherubim freed itself from the
    • a spirit realm, and belonged, with her whole being, to the
    • spirit realm, which is not found in the world of the
    • and all other realms shut out from external experience (for
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    • dream, but in a certain way a reality, although of a unique
    • of a reality which this woman's soul had barely been able to
    • the spirit world: “Indeed, I have a real reason for
    • but thou must soar far into the realms of the hierarchies to
    • side to a base. In this realm — as thou seest me now
    • the first time thou seest my real form.”
    • guessed at my real being. Now I have become the art of dance.
    • do so in order to come into touch with the physical realm of
    • loftier spheres. But I have descended through the realms of
    • goest beyond, thou wilt function as the realm which arouses
    • realized in the distant future. And then, although humanity
    • obliged to function in the realm of the hierarchies known as
    • a wide-flung realm. And inasmuch as I have taken my way from
    • a wide-flung realm to come down into the world I may say that
    • I have come from the realm of Seraphim!”
    • call me Inspiration. I come hither from a wide-flung realm,
    • figure from the realm of the Cherubim freed itself from the
    • a spirit realm, and belonged, with her whole being, to the
    • spirit realm, which is not found in the world of the
    • and all other realms shut out from external experience (for
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    • material world alone as real, grasp the meaning of death, how can he
    • again experience and know the reality of life. In Tolstoy's whole
    • to understand anything of the life he postulates as a given reality.
    • know the one thing we really do know. A man with this false knowledge
    • In reality it is just the reverse.” (p. 53)
    • believe that it is impossible to grasp the reality of life itself do
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    • material world alone as real, grasp the meaning of death, how can he
    • again experience and know the reality of life. In Tolstoy's whole
    • to understand anything of the life he postulates as a given reality.
    • know the one thing we really do know. A man with this false knowledge
    • In reality it is just the reverse.” (p. 53)
    • believe that it is impossible to grasp the reality of life itself do
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    • then be able to realize the depth and force of this medieval
    • ought no more to deny the reality of the future since we can
    • see in the soul the reality of such intrusion of future
    • experiences fear or anxiety it shows by the reality of its
    • is proved in living reality when we study immediate soul
    • realize that today we have attained a certain quality of
    • reality, these feelings exist as something born from an
    • it, we shall realize how our souls are always being kindled
    • of prayer we realize that the future is set before us by
    • future may bring; warmth because it helps to realize that
    • feelings and sensations with it so that it can really work
    • living in the external world really estrange us from
    • inner blessedness, that we really may call divine. It is the
    • the real world all our soul's truest longing and highest
    • during the night is leveled out in harmony. That is really
    • realize the attitude of prayer, we become aware of the soul's
    • then we realize that there are moments when the soul sees
    • the world. It is no real objection to tell me that there it
    • simple people have no real comprehension of their depth. This
    • directed to the real work of spiritual research.
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    • then be able to realize the depth and force of this medieval
    • ought no more to deny the reality of the future since we can
    • see in the soul the reality of such intrusion of future
    • experiences fear or anxiety it shows by the reality of its
    • is proved in living reality when we study immediate soul
    • realize that today we have attained a certain quality of
    • reality, these feelings exist as something born from an
    • it, we shall realize how our souls are always being kindled
    • of prayer we realize that the future is set before us by
    • future may bring; warmth because it helps to realize that
    • feelings and sensations with it so that it can really work
    • living in the external world really estrange us from
    • inner blessedness, that we really may call divine. It is the
    • the real world all our soul's truest longing and highest
    • during the night is leveled out in harmony. That is really
    • realize the attitude of prayer, we become aware of the soul's
    • then we realize that there are moments when the soul sees
    • the world. It is no real objection to tell me that there it
    • simple people have no real comprehension of their depth. This
    • directed to the real work of spiritual research.
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    • Fifth Root Race (Aryan), we must realize at the very outset that it is
    • in reality these were only preparations, made among people who were
    • citizen, the real man. The works of the Greek sculptors rise again as
    • never had a strong footing in Galilee, had never really penetrated
    • entered into what had thus been prepared. The revelation of the real
    • real role in history because on this soil, previous history is still
    • about by the Crusades. The really important outcome of this was (the
    • is therefore probable that his real connection with Irish Christianity
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    • Fifth Root Race (Aryan), we must realize at the very outset that it is
    • in reality these were only preparations, made among people who were
    • citizen, the real man. The works of the Greek sculptors rise again as
    • never had a strong footing in Galilee, had never really penetrated
    • entered into what had thus been prepared. The revelation of the real
    • real role in history because on this soil, previous history is still
    • about by the Crusades. The really important outcome of this was (the
    • is therefore probable that his real connection with Irish Christianity
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    • relating the human being to what lies beyond the earthly realm.
    • realise it, even if it remain in the realm of the unconscious —
    • into our very knowledge of man. What is this materialism, in reality?
    • really quite honest. It is not a matter simply of contradicting
    • not really know what they are doing. They do not appreciate the
    • soul or the eternal part of man, we very soon realise that, apart from
    • methods of science, namely, to the founding of a real science of
    • living in time. To look out beyond the earthly realm is not possible,
    • in the realm of Cosmic Music, for it is all rhythm and melody. If we
    • health — so, in the realm of spiritual knowledge we must be able
    • have to recall to our consciousness what we have learnt in the realm
    • and realise that the earthly human being to whom we now look back as a
    • world. A real study of man should begin with the skin and the
    • muscular and bony systems, we would reach the realm of the First
    • being. Now, after death, he sees what his own form really is. The
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    • We must, however, be clear from the outset that it is really quite
    • enveloping sheaths (the word “sheath” is not really quite
    • hands and fingers, for here they divulge what they really are. After
    • perhaps a little commonplace, but it expresses the reality. Each human
    • of absolute reality, when we tell how during this period after death
    • The first period after death is really a life of memories pure and
    • Sun. It is really childish to think of the Sun as a globe of gas out
    • are, for we are telling of realities. All that was, after passage
    • Earth of a real and true togetherness.
    • come again into the realm of the Second Hierarchy, into the realm of
    • which is the real essence and self of the human being. The physical
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    • merely their outward aspect. In their inner reality they are
    • what it really means is that there, in that particular direction, is a
    • When we look back with real understanding to ancient times, we cannot
    • the physiognomy of a villain. He can do no otherwise. You will realise
    • judgements passed upon him. For man really feels the experience as a
    • being. It begins with the realisation that in the first region through
    • bound to realise that there is another world, a spiritual world, even
    • material aspect of the heavens did not really begin until the time of
    • stimulating in us a true conception of the Sun, really serve only to
    • material realms that are in strange contrast to the spiritual events
    • impression of what the super-sensible world really is and what man
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    • the cosmos they are in reality quite different. On Earth we see the
    • Moon as it appears in the sky. In reality the Moon is a cosmic colony
    • the Saturn sphere. The Saturn sphere is really the last, for Uranus
    • words to-day is really nothing but an acquiescence in convention. It
    • connected with an act of covering. “B” is really the
    • house in which I feel wonder, in which I sit.” In reality speech
    • — that numbers of people cannot really be said to
    • sphere; that is to say, his whole being is really the spirit-germ of
    • realise in clear consciousness that between death and rebirth the
    • earthly life. For it is really so, that the foundations of the limbs
    • they are really appropriate.
    • death still clearer. As a dream is to reality, so is all our life on
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture V
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    • his life will lack energy and vigour; and human love that is really
    • you will realise that the Initiates have never considered it unworthy
    • other senses. We really know nothing of our senses. Is there, then,
    • they are in their real nature? There is indeed, but here again we must
    • dream, nor to any abstract thought, but to a first actual realisation
    • insight into the real mood and feeling of the Bhagavad Gita, for
    • least begun to learn, through spiritual knowledge, in how real a sense
    • realisation of oneness with the Cosmos, a kind of “going in
    • It is indeed so, that when out of real knowledge we begin to describe
    • the ideas. In all our study of super-sensible man we must realise in
    • realise that what has been described in connection with the life
    • when we go up a high mountain is not really true. Neither do our eyes
    • expression, for it exactly accords with the reality — the
    • man realises, when he is among the Angels, Archangels and Archai, that
    • see in material existence should delight and uplift us. Its real
    • is really so, my dear friends. We learn what Anthroposophy has to
    • generally realised. The spine of the animal lies in the horizontal
    • resemblance between this process — which really constitutes the
    • world becomes one and we realise that there is no difference between
    • passes over into the other, we realise that the one is but a different
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  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • soon realise that, in the sleeping condition, as opposed to the
    • world of reality, a world which is passed through between
    • certain realities lying behind them. The pictures fade away
    • during sleep not only does the human being enter the realm of
    • while feeling is darker and really a kind of dreaming, and
    • revelation was known. It was realised that many people had died
    • narrates something that is a reality, speaking of a man who
    • Ahasueris a real cosmic force, a real cosmic being. A
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    • soon realise that, in the sleeping condition, as opposed to the
    • world of reality, a world which is passed through between
    • certain realities lying behind them. The pictures fade away
    • during sleep not only does the human being enter the realm of
    • while feeling is darker and really a kind of dreaming, and
    • revelation was known. It was realised that many people had died
    • narrates something that is a reality, speaking of a man who
    • Ahasueris a real cosmic force, a real cosmic being. A
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    • only really speak of thinking, when it takes its course in
    • reality, which comes to us through super-sensible
    • finally rise to real knowledge of the Goethean morphology,
    • then one can approach the sensible reality with these
    • reality. The concept is decidedly not gained through
    • wherein a man takes no account of the external reality. Now
    • concepts in regard to the external sensible reality.
    • concepts in regard to super-sensible reality? When he, who
    • super-sensible reality, now approaches this reality with his
    • side the super-sensible reality throws its rays as it were on
    • reality.
    • reality.
    • concepts also are really only an obliteration of the
    • super-sensible reality, and because they resemble the
    • have the super-sensible reality just as little as in the
    • boundary between the two realities, but originate from the
    • super-sensible reality.
    • sense-reality, he could only have representations. But it is
    • not requisite to ascend into super-sensible reality in order
    • real network of concepts in the human soul. But there must be
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    • only really speak of thinking, when it takes its course in
    • reality, which comes to us through super-sensible
    • finally rise to real knowledge of the Goethean morphology,
    • then one can approach the sensible reality with these
    • reality. The concept is decidedly not gained through
    • wherein a man takes no account of the external reality. Now
    • concepts in regard to the external sensible reality.
    • concepts in regard to super-sensible reality? When he, who
    • super-sensible reality, now approaches this reality with his
    • side the super-sensible reality throws its rays as it were on
    • reality.
    • reality.
    • concepts also are really only an obliteration of the
    • super-sensible reality, and because they resemble the
    • have the super-sensible reality just as little as in the
    • boundary between the two realities, but originate from the
    • super-sensible reality.
    • sense-reality, he could only have representations. But it is
    • not requisite to ascend into super-sensible reality in order
    • real network of concepts in the human soul. But there must be
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    • body, astral body, Ego, and so on, is really very abstract. For this
    • reason we have tried on many occasions to describe what is really
    • reality. To-day we shall consider the human etheric body, describing
    • what is discovered by super-sensible vision about the real being of
    • descriptions very much further do we penetrate to reality.
    • we shall consider its real nature, as it is beheld super-sensibly,
    • be. In reality the soul is emerging from the impressions of the cosmic
    • human soul translates what is really individualised cosmic
    • the real experience behind the phenomenon most of you may have met at
    • methods with which penetration into such realms is possible —
    • then it can be observed that in reality this flowing warmth, this
    • individualised Logos. One cannot really say: this forming of
    • us: the human speech that is directed inwards. It can really be
    • — seeking the ultimate reality, behind what is fundamentally
    • real being behind the words — we find the ultimate reality of
    • pictures) as the various Lotus-flowers. Thus you can realize how
    • an appearance, and its true inner reality must be sought. This reality
    • ultimate reality. It is a working and flowing and weaving together of
    • Cosmos and is individualized in the human being, there is really
    • softer.... Really this should be described differently. When these
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    • body, astral body, Ego, and so on, is really very abstract. For this
    • reason we have tried on many occasions to describe what is really
    • reality. To-day we shall consider the human etheric body, describing
    • what is discovered by super-sensible vision about the real being of
    • descriptions very much further do we penetrate to reality.
    • we shall consider its real nature, as it is beheld super-sensibly,
    • be. In reality the soul is emerging from the impressions of the cosmic
    • human soul translates what is really individualised cosmic
    • the real experience behind the phenomenon most of you may have met at
    • methods with which penetration into such realms is possible —
    • then it can be observed that in reality this flowing warmth, this
    • individualised Logos. One cannot really say: this forming of
    • us: the human speech that is directed inwards. It can really be
    • — seeking the ultimate reality, behind what is fundamentally
    • real being behind the words — we find the ultimate reality of
    • pictures) as the various Lotus-flowers. Thus you can realize how
    • an appearance, and its true inner reality must be sought. This reality
    • ultimate reality. It is a working and flowing and weaving together of
    • Cosmos and is individualized in the human being, there is really
    • softer.... Really this should be described differently. When these
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  • Title: Lecture: The Human Soul and the Universe
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    • really a second man. In this respect all men in reality consist of two
    • — images, neither of ourselves, nor of our real being, but of the
    • original point of departure. These discoveries in the realm of numbers
    • real meetings with these higher principles of our being. These
    • external reality. Indeed so concretely does he describe it that he
    • than paint or represent it as a reality. These things are absolutely
    • that which is thus objectively present, and which is a lasting reality
    • conscious the more they realise its after-effects by refining their
    • himself up to the Spirit. He then passes, as it were, through a realm
    • reveals Himself through a being of the Realm of the Archangels. He is,
    • aroused in us by the meeting with Christ at Christmas, really unites
    • stimulating the soul, it will soon feel a longing — a real
    • really been taken into people's feelings and thoughts, there will be
    • pass things by, which in reality, if we are but attentive, play a part
    • too, this is really the case. For the scene of action of the meeting
    • with the Father-Principle is really here in the physical earth-world.
    • sleep without developing the realisation — which indeed can never
    • world, which is the true, the truly real world. For this world that we
    • generally call the real one, is, as I expounded in the last open
    • lecture, nothing but a reflection, an image of the actual real one.
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    • really a second man. In this respect all men in reality consist of two
    • — images, neither of ourselves, nor of our real being, but of the
    • original point of departure. These discoveries in the realm of numbers
    • real meetings with these higher principles of our being. These
    • external reality. Indeed so concretely does he describe it that he
    • than paint or represent it as a reality. These things are absolutely
    • that which is thus objectively present, and which is a lasting reality
    • conscious the more they realise its after-effects by refining their
    • himself up to the Spirit. He then passes, as it were, through a realm
    • reveals Himself through a being of the Realm of the Archangels. He is,
    • aroused in us by the meeting with Christ at Christmas, really unites
    • stimulating the soul, it will soon feel a longing — a real
    • really been taken into people's feelings and thoughts, there will be
    • pass things by, which in reality, if we are but attentive, play a part
    • too, this is really the case. For the scene of action of the meeting
    • with the Father-Principle is really here in the physical earth-world.
    • sleep without developing the realisation — which indeed can never
    • world, which is the true, the truly real world. For this world that we
    • generally call the real one, is, as I expounded in the last open
    • lecture, nothing but a reflection, an image of the actual real one.
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    • possible. This community entered reality when the Christ
    • third time, and is reminded that not only does it realize existence
    • but also in the realm of thinking, the calm reposing head.
    • word) to encompass spiritual reality, the growth of moral and
    • present in that reality as the physical body is present in the world
    • truth as what is perceived in all worlds unites with primal reality
    • Indeed, this might become reality if all mankind took
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    • early days. It is really impossible for them to co-operate without
    • For a long time it had been said: It is really not of much use for
    • that Spiritual Science really tells us. It tells us of facts and
    • truths from the realm of the higher super-sensible worlds; it tells us
    • could say that the research of Spiritual Science might perhaps really
    • facts that only a few can really investigate, we should not. always be
    • effort, it demands thought and work. It means that one must really set
    • find that it ceases to be blind faith if you will really school your
    • be said: “I really do not know why I am a member of this Society;
    • us ask ourselves: What is really the inner connection between these
    • they have reckoned upon, and he cannot accomplish what is his real
    • incarnation wherein he really labours at the development of his powers
    • of thought. If this is realised, all the rest follows from it.
    • That which brings revelations, real facts about the spiritual world,
    • realm and you see it as a finished picture. You say to yourselves that
    • it is reality — but actually it is a picture. New experiences of
    • thoughts, and can tell whether it is illusion or reality; so that in a
    • objectivised, or whether it is objective reality. That is the
    • the other hand an actual reality is immediately present, as soon as he
    • the power really to live in the spiritual world by comprehending, in
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    • early days. It is really impossible for them to co-operate without
    • For a long time it had been said: It is really not of much use for
    • that Spiritual Science really tells us. It tells us of facts and
    • truths from the realm of the higher super-sensible worlds; it tells us
    • could say that the research of Spiritual Science might perhaps really
    • facts that only a few can really investigate, we should not. always be
    • effort, it demands thought and work. It means that one must really set
    • find that it ceases to be blind faith if you will really school your
    • be said: “I really do not know why I am a member of this Society;
    • us ask ourselves: What is really the inner connection between these
    • they have reckoned upon, and he cannot accomplish what is his real
    • incarnation wherein he really labours at the development of his powers
    • of thought. If this is realised, all the rest follows from it.
    • That which brings revelations, real facts about the spiritual world,
    • realm and you see it as a finished picture. You say to yourselves that
    • it is reality — but actually it is a picture. New experiences of
    • thoughts, and can tell whether it is illusion or reality; so that in a
    • objectivised, or whether it is objective reality. That is the
    • the other hand an actual reality is immediately present, as soon as he
    • the power really to live in the spiritual world by comprehending, in
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  • Title: Lecture: The European Mysteries and Their Initiates
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    • realisation of the spirit and soul within him, man says: ‘Now I
    • that is really common to all the Mysteries, but which here for the
    • And so even in the ancient Northern Mysteries it was realised that
    • And so it was realised that when twelve men united together to develop
    • misunderstood. For if Spiritual Science does not help a man to realise
    • actual knowledge and the capacity to trace it back to its real source.
    • an earthly body among men. And the Initiates realised that all that
    • himself with Christ, will realise that just as the sun irradiates and
    • Golgotha brought to man a realisation of the Ego that is grounded upon
    • realised in full clarity of consciousness that He whom they had sought
    • realises himself as king within the sacred Three. A man who is not
    • would be something to be avoided at all costs. But in reality,
    • really cope with life. It could not be otherwise, for the meaning of
    • spirit. And man will realise and understand the spirit more and more
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    • realisation of the spirit and soul within him, man says: ‘Now I
    • that is really common to all the Mysteries, but which here for the
    • And so even in the ancient Northern Mysteries it was realised that
    • And so it was realised that when twelve men united together to develop
    • misunderstood. For if Spiritual Science does not help a man to realise
    • actual knowledge and the capacity to trace it back to its real source.
    • an earthly body among men. And the Initiates realised that all that
    • himself with Christ, will realise that just as the sun irradiates and
    • Golgotha brought to man a realisation of the Ego that is grounded upon
    • realised in full clarity of consciousness that He whom they had sought
    • realises himself as king within the sacred Three. A man who is not
    • would be something to be avoided at all costs. But in reality,
    • really cope with life. It could not be otherwise, for the meaning of
    • spirit. And man will realise and understand the spirit more and more
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    • the Gospels really intended to be historical records in the sense
    • and our present question, as to what was the real object of the Gospels,
    • into a realm lying behind the world of sense and behind what can be
    • In order to realize what Christianity is, and what it can and must be
    • they realized that if they were to reach what was to be attained they
    • so, physically speaking, there was really born through the processes
    • preparation of the soul for the realization of the ideas about the
    • described did really exist but that it exists no longer in the same
    • fear into awe and reverence, and to realize how the highest kind of
    • apprehension of the “God in Man.” A real acquaintance was
    • already passed. The existence of Christ as a real man could never be
    • unreal in comparison with the ordinary way of looking at things, and
    • to a real love for the Great Soul, the Source of the world's
    • together from out its various spheres what will lead to a real
    • experience, leads through what really has developed out of the soul to
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    • the Gospels really intended to be historical records in the sense
    • and our present question, as to what was the real object of the Gospels,
    • into a realm lying behind the world of sense and behind what can be
    • In order to realize what Christianity is, and what it can and must be
    • they realized that if they were to reach what was to be attained they
    • so, physically speaking, there was really born through the processes
    • preparation of the soul for the realization of the ideas about the
    • described did really exist but that it exists no longer in the same
    • fear into awe and reverence, and to realize how the highest kind of
    • apprehension of the “God in Man.” A real acquaintance was
    • already passed. The existence of Christ as a real man could never be
    • unreal in comparison with the ordinary way of looking at things, and
    • to a real love for the Great Soul, the Source of the world's
    • together from out its various spheres what will lead to a real
    • experience, leads through what really has developed out of the soul to
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    • name of Christ has no real place, is gaining ground more and more. I
    • thought, really contradict the genuine results of scientific
    • by people whose immaturity in the realm of Spiritual Science makes
    • them wholly incapable of real judgment in matters of the spiritual
    • The Gnosis realised, however, that with this Christ — Who must
    • whatever we may think of the Reality — on the one hand of the
    • that can never be general. To realise this we have only to consider
    • beings, need something real and immediate that can take hold of
    • realising that there is a far greater satisfaction in experiencing
    • realm of Art, after the tangible and the visible, and would no longer
    • renounce the real Christ Idea, and endeavoured to confine attention
    • achieved by this really serious research into the life of Jesus.
    • led to no real result. It would lead us much too far to enter into
    • achievements of the modern age will realise that it has been attempted
    • external, materialistic research. He will further realise that the
    • reality at all in a ‘God,’ that is to say in a purely
    • make of a God in whom it cannot really believe? The only proof it has
    • however, the modern mind can only relegate to the realm of poetry.
    • Mysteries really were in their true nature. All that was accomplished
    • life of sleep could know the reality of existence as a citizen of the
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    • name of Christ has no real place, is gaining ground more and more. I
    • thought, really contradict the genuine results of scientific
    • by people whose immaturity in the realm of Spiritual Science makes
    • them wholly incapable of real judgment in matters of the spiritual
    • The Gnosis realised, however, that with this Christ — Who must
    • whatever we may think of the Reality — on the one hand of the
    • that can never be general. To realise this we have only to consider
    • beings, need something real and immediate that can take hold of
    • realising that there is a far greater satisfaction in experiencing
    • realm of Art, after the tangible and the visible, and would no longer
    • renounce the real Christ Idea, and endeavoured to confine attention
    • achieved by this really serious research into the life of Jesus.
    • led to no real result. It would lead us much too far to enter into
    • achievements of the modern age will realise that it has been attempted
    • external, materialistic research. He will further realise that the
    • reality at all in a ‘God,’ that is to say in a purely
    • make of a God in whom it cannot really believe? The only proof it has
    • however, the modern mind can only relegate to the realm of poetry.
    • Mysteries really were in their true nature. All that was accomplished
    • life of sleep could know the reality of existence as a citizen of the
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    • we realise that its impulse has already made itself felt in the form
    • consciously realised by him any more than the laws of growth are
    • consciously realised by the plant. I say this at the outset in order
    • would-be learned gentleman remarked: “Goethe was really a Mystic,
    • And now let us speak of what is really the fundamental conviction of
    • — Indeed, the true Mystic realises that this higher kind of
    • which is, however, more than an image. Those who really know what they
    • Spheres is a reality, for there is a region of the spiritual world in
    • real world into which man can enter through a higher birth. Initiates
    • pervade the created universe. He felt the reality of this music and
    • realise how deeply Wagner's soul was steeped in Mysticism. To a
    • that happens to be living in their soul. He wanted to realise his
    • when he realised his mission, a point too, upon which Nietzsche
    • realise the union of religion, art and science — which in the
    • primeval times he realised that although the arts had once been
    • in human nature is in reality one and undivided but has been separated
    • There is a deep reality in a sacrifice made by one being for the sake
    • albeit this universal soul must be thought of as a reality, not as a
    • Wagner realised and understood the mysterious thread that binds soul
    • erudite professors. What are legends and myths, in reality? They
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    • we realise that its impulse has already made itself felt in the form
    • consciously realised by him any more than the laws of growth are
    • consciously realised by the plant. I say this at the outset in order
    • would-be learned gentleman remarked: “Goethe was really a Mystic,
    • And now let us speak of what is really the fundamental conviction of
    • — Indeed, the true Mystic realises that this higher kind of
    • which is, however, more than an image. Those who really know what they
    • Spheres is a reality, for there is a region of the spiritual world in
    • real world into which man can enter through a higher birth. Initiates
    • pervade the created universe. He felt the reality of this music and
    • realise how deeply Wagner's soul was steeped in Mysticism. To a
    • that happens to be living in their soul. He wanted to realise his
    • when he realised his mission, a point too, upon which Nietzsche
    • realise the union of religion, art and science — which in the
    • primeval times he realised that although the arts had once been
    • in human nature is in reality one and undivided but has been separated
    • There is a deep reality in a sacrifice made by one being for the sake
    • albeit this universal soul must be thought of as a reality, not as a
    • Wagner realised and understood the mysterious thread that binds soul
    • erudite professors. What are legends and myths, in reality? They
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  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • Thus when medieval culture was at its prime, it was realised that
    • communicated afresh. True, the Greeks realised that higher spiritual
    • and were thus able, with super-sensible knowledge, to realise the
    • Very little real understanding of Plato is shown in modern text-books
    • is little real understanding of Platonic philosophy. Modern
    • of Aristotle and of Plato, by showing that there was really no
    • with real substance.
    • us pay heed to time, for only the illusory images of cosmic reality
    • Nazareth and the place of Christ in the realms of the spiritual
    • realised that Roman culture was rapidly falling to pieces under the
    • Apostate was indeed the Apostle in respect of spiritual realisation of
    • the Mystery of Golgotha. — And it is this spiritual realisation
    • Truly these things are grave when we see them as they really are. I
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    • Thus when medieval culture was at its prime, it was realised that
    • communicated afresh. True, the Greeks realised that higher spiritual
    • and were thus able, with super-sensible knowledge, to realise the
    • Very little real understanding of Plato is shown in modern text-books
    • is little real understanding of Platonic philosophy. Modern
    • of Aristotle and of Plato, by showing that there was really no
    • with real substance.
    • us pay heed to time, for only the illusory images of cosmic reality
    • Nazareth and the place of Christ in the realms of the spiritual
    • realised that Roman culture was rapidly falling to pieces under the
    • Apostate was indeed the Apostle in respect of spiritual realisation of
    • the Mystery of Golgotha. — And it is this spiritual realisation
    • Truly these things are grave when we see them as they really are. I
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    • human evolution. We should realise over and over again that the old
    • A real understanding of the present can only be gained if we rightly
    • reject and criticize this or that, yet they do not wish to grasp real
    • goal of transforming social life in a real and true way, and this can
    • should turn to these kinds of feelings, which are far more real in
    • WHAT do they really refer? They merely refer to something which at
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    • human evolution. We should realise over and over again that the old
    • A real understanding of the present can only be gained if we rightly
    • reject and criticize this or that, yet they do not wish to grasp real
    • goal of transforming social life in a real and true way, and this can
    • should turn to these kinds of feelings, which are far more real in
    • WHAT do they really refer? They merely refer to something which at
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • form of a plan with real ideas relating to those things which can at
    • experiment is to be made; in reality, of course, this experiment
    • human being really consist of animal forms. He even had the courage
    • realise that things which may apparently sound like nonsense may
    • Things are not as easy as they appear to be, for in reality, the
    • out of the etheric body. But in reality, this does not take place;
    • What does really take place? — You see, I would like to
    • realise that these Beings do not exist in the universe simply in
    • they must fulfil. What do they really do? They, too, must use a
    • follow its own elasticity. The astral body would really take on
    • indeed! To-day, the ordinary science of the physical world really
    • actually arisen, that it could really be formed in its minutest
    • we can really designate as obtuse) think to cope with so easily by
    • clever they really are!
    • gave rise to the human being really exists within our own
    • knowledge! For, in reality, we cannot live without it. Indeed, at the
    • Tübingen, because nobody really understood his true value and
    • year of Planck’s death, and they really convey exactly what we
    • The reality could be
    • who believe that they really are in touch with the most practical
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    • form of a plan with real ideas relating to those things which can at
    • experiment is to be made; in reality, of course, this experiment
    • human being really consist of animal forms. He even had the courage
    • realise that things which may apparently sound like nonsense may
    • Things are not as easy as they appear to be, for in reality, the
    • out of the etheric body. But in reality, this does not take place;
    • What does really take place? — You see, I would like to
    • realise that these Beings do not exist in the universe simply in
    • they must fulfil. What do they really do? They, too, must use a
    • follow its own elasticity. The astral body would really take on
    • indeed! To-day, the ordinary science of the physical world really
    • actually arisen, that it could really be formed in its minutest
    • we can really designate as obtuse) think to cope with so easily by
    • clever they really are!
    • gave rise to the human being really exists within our own
    • knowledge! For, in reality, we cannot live without it. Indeed, at the
    • Tübingen, because nobody really understood his true value and
    • year of Planck’s death, and they really convey exactly what we
    • The reality could be
    • who believe that they really are in touch with the most practical
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    • dwelling-place of the God. And it is really the case that the farther
    • realise that a Gothic building, with its characteristic forms, is
    • cannot have failed to realise that its progress is based upon
    • Sphinx. What is really at the root of it? Why has it developed in
    • remarkable ... exactly the same, in reality, as the experience which
    • is indispensable. What is a Temple of Asia Minor, in reality? Does
    • of man helps us to realise the sense in which such a temple was an
    • temple of Egypt and of Greece, in reality, MAN!
    • be an expression of the spiritual realities of human evolution. We
    • namely, that the Spirit is the super-sensible reality. Art,
    • however, can work only in the realm of sense, can create forms only
    • indication reach us of the super-sensible reality within physical
    • reality, is an expression of the deepest spirituality that man can
    • invented.” To these words there should really be added: “Styles
    • “found,” but in the real sense only when they are born
    • interpretations because, especially when he is really creative, he
    • a work of art should be taken in hand by the intellect is a really
    • pictures, cannot fail to delight us; we are carried away by a really
    • has been substituted for the work of art in all its living reality —
    • the living reality this is just as abstract and barren as a
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    • dwelling-place of the God. And it is really the case that the farther
    • realise that a Gothic building, with its characteristic forms, is
    • cannot have failed to realise that its progress is based upon
    • Sphinx. What is really at the root of it? Why has it developed in
    • remarkable ... exactly the same, in reality, as the experience which
    • is indispensable. What is a Temple of Asia Minor, in reality? Does
    • of man helps us to realise the sense in which such a temple was an
    • temple of Egypt and of Greece, in reality, MAN!
    • be an expression of the spiritual realities of human evolution. We
    • namely, that the Spirit is the super-sensible reality. Art,
    • however, can work only in the realm of sense, can create forms only
    • indication reach us of the super-sensible reality within physical
    • reality, is an expression of the deepest spirituality that man can
    • invented.” To these words there should really be added: “Styles
    • “found,” but in the real sense only when they are born
    • interpretations because, especially when he is really creative, he
    • a work of art should be taken in hand by the intellect is a really
    • pictures, cannot fail to delight us; we are carried away by a really
    • has been substituted for the work of art in all its living reality —
    • the living reality this is just as abstract and barren as a
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    • we must first realize that differences exist among the beings
    • respect, but shall simply realize clearly that the Hebrew
    • It was really because an avatar being was interwoven with Shem's
    • following age to bring about the real development of Christianity.
    • really have no knowledge of the subject they are discussing. Where
    • wish for discussion may really be taken as a sign of ignorance.
    • developed. Indeed, if we fix our attention on realities rather than
    • Middle Ages. Those people do not live in reality but in abstractions
    • and others maintain something entirely different. Realities are what
    • That is the reality, and it is by this means that humanity has
    • Ages. This, indeed, would be to observe world history in its reality.
    • spiritual knowledge, and we come to realize its reality. The
    • viewpoint, and we realize how it can lay hold upon our hearts and
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    • we must first realize that differences exist among the beings
    • respect, but shall simply realize clearly that the Hebrew
    • It was really because an avatar being was interwoven with Shem's
    • following age to bring about the real development of Christianity.
    • really have no knowledge of the subject they are discussing. Where
    • wish for discussion may really be taken as a sign of ignorance.
    • developed. Indeed, if we fix our attention on realities rather than
    • Middle Ages. Those people do not live in reality but in abstractions
    • and others maintain something entirely different. Realities are what
    • That is the reality, and it is by this means that humanity has
    • Ages. This, indeed, would be to observe world history in its reality.
    • spiritual knowledge, and we come to realize its reality. The
    • viewpoint, and we realize how it can lay hold upon our hearts and
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    • the most important) from our instinctive life, and cannot realise
    • events and movements of our day. In reality the souls of men have
    • closely with his human body as to lose this awareness of the real
    • What was the real experience of the man of ancient time
    • really connect with the necessities or laws of Nature. For the
    • of those ancient times felt the reality of spiritual things. “I
    • presence once more as the Cosmic Physician, shall we also realise His
    • realm of shades” — bears witness, how deeply humanity had
    • But we must realise
    • the real thing. The souls of olden time, looking out through the body
    • it were forlorn when they looked up to Worlds beyond the realms of
    • learned from those who knew, that a real God dwelt in the human being
    • the Mystery of Golgotha drew near, did men begin to feel the real
    • who comes from real worlds beyond the Earth, uniting with earthly man
    • life of soul and spirit. Now of that life in full reality of soul and
    • spirit, in yonder pre-earthly realms, here upon Earth we retain only
    • very real experience. He experiences in Thought, not his real life,
    • discovers in his soul the real nature of the thoughts of man. For the
    • is a reality deeply bound up with the whole evolution of the Cosmos,
    • when the Death in Knowledge is replaced by that real Death which
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    • the most important) from our instinctive life, and cannot realise
    • events and movements of our day. In reality the souls of men have
    • closely with his human body as to lose this awareness of the real
    • What was the real experience of the man of ancient time
    • really connect with the necessities or laws of Nature. For the
    • of those ancient times felt the reality of spiritual things. “I
    • presence once more as the Cosmic Physician, shall we also realise His
    • realm of shades” — bears witness, how deeply humanity had
    • But we must realise
    • the real thing. The souls of olden time, looking out through the body
    • it were forlorn when they looked up to Worlds beyond the realms of
    • learned from those who knew, that a real God dwelt in the human being
    • the Mystery of Golgotha drew near, did men begin to feel the real
    • who comes from real worlds beyond the Earth, uniting with earthly man
    • life of soul and spirit. Now of that life in full reality of soul and
    • spirit, in yonder pre-earthly realms, here upon Earth we retain only
    • very real experience. He experiences in Thought, not his real life,
    • discovers in his soul the real nature of the thoughts of man. For the
    • is a reality deeply bound up with the whole evolution of the Cosmos,
    • when the Death in Knowledge is replaced by that real Death which
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    • effect, — one may as well say at once that it is really
    • of thought causes him to feel the worthlessness and unreality of
    • in reality; to turn away from all that his eyes behold, and from
    • such a way that one indivisible unity and reality is perceived ruling
    • spiritual reality; to overcome human Error which sees the world as
    • as real images of the Spiritual World, a really present archetypal
    • That, indeed, is the true, the realistic, Christian
    • truth a ‘realistic’ world-conception, which brings down
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    • effect, — one may as well say at once that it is really
    • of thought causes him to feel the worthlessness and unreality of
    • in reality; to turn away from all that his eyes behold, and from
    • such a way that one indivisible unity and reality is perceived ruling
    • spiritual reality; to overcome human Error which sees the world as
    • as real images of the Spiritual World, a really present archetypal
    • That, indeed, is the true, the realistic, Christian
    • truth a ‘realistic’ world-conception, which brings down
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    • through the soul. We also realise that our own native language
    • compels us to a definite kind of thinking. Do we not all realise how
    • the words current around them. We must surely realise that the
    • the tyranny and power of the community. But when we realise how our
    • which is really so simple, and yet so difficult to answer: how was it
    • theory, because he realised what an unsatisfactory piece of
    • word in an unjustifiable sense. Max Müller really means that
    • body. This astral body is, to Spiritual Science, as real a part of
    • When we realise that all around us in the external world
    • association of external reality with the expression of the inner
    • of speech, we must realise that there lives within us, something that
    • the artist's imitation shall correspond to reality. Speech only
    • reproduce the objective reality of things. Yes, but are they intended
    • than it is possible for the picture to reproduce external reality by
    • language lies in certain tone-pictures, consisting really, only of
    • the spirit of them, will realise that a stimulus such as has been
    • Spiritual Science, and this leads us to realise that speech can only
    • prehuman artist, we shall also realise that when we want to speak or
    • much realisation of this in our modern age, when there is so little
    • realised is that we must recreate in the soul a direct connection
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    • through the soul. We also realise that our own native language
    • compels us to a definite kind of thinking. Do we not all realise how
    • the words current around them. We must surely realise that the
    • the tyranny and power of the community. But when we realise how our
    • which is really so simple, and yet so difficult to answer: how was it
    • theory, because he realised what an unsatisfactory piece of
    • word in an unjustifiable sense. Max Müller really means that
    • body. This astral body is, to Spiritual Science, as real a part of
    • When we realise that all around us in the external world
    • association of external reality with the expression of the inner
    • of speech, we must realise that there lives within us, something that
    • the artist's imitation shall correspond to reality. Speech only
    • reproduce the objective reality of things. Yes, but are they intended
    • than it is possible for the picture to reproduce external reality by
    • language lies in certain tone-pictures, consisting really, only of
    • the spirit of them, will realise that a stimulus such as has been
    • Spiritual Science, and this leads us to realise that speech can only
    • prehuman artist, we shall also realise that when we want to speak or
    • much realisation of this in our modern age, when there is so little
    • realised is that we must recreate in the soul a direct connection
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    • opportunity of realising in our study of his being, has had its
    • live in the spiritual world. To-day we will extend this into a realm
    • to which on that occasion we gave little attention, — the realm
    • The way the Greeks are described in the schools to-day is really
    • to say nothing of the Orient. It is really no more than a ridiculous
    • into the life of man that in reality requires a higher hierarchy than
    • still higher realm. Therefore have I always had to speak to you of
    • the Trinity as standing above the First Hierarchy. In reality It only
    • quickened into life, — and that is through men coming to realise
    • was completely lacking in spirituality. It was really so. There you
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    • opportunity of realising in our study of his being, has had its
    • live in the spiritual world. To-day we will extend this into a realm
    • to which on that occasion we gave little attention, — the realm
    • The way the Greeks are described in the schools to-day is really
    • to say nothing of the Orient. It is really no more than a ridiculous
    • into the life of man that in reality requires a higher hierarchy than
    • still higher realm. Therefore have I always had to speak to you of
    • the Trinity as standing above the First Hierarchy. In reality It only
    • quickened into life, — and that is through men coming to realise
    • was completely lacking in spirituality. It was really so. There you
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    • abstraction but a reality which transcends and works into the
    • realisation that spiritual foundations underlie this physical world
    • the inherent value of the medieval mind. The point is to realise and
    • instinctive realisation of the super-sensible world. His thoughts were
    • This later phase of evolution cannot really be said to have begun in
    • any real sense before the second half of the fourth century of our
    • really learn a lesson from the technique of Scholastic thought, but
    • East, the East was no reality.
    • down to the material realm and gave rise to the practice of corrupt
    • scholars would have us believe. The Greeks knew the reality of the
    • Instead of being sublimated to the realm of the Spirit, thought was
    • of sense. In this way the realm of human thinking became easy of
    • realm of an astute but at the same time material mode of thought. And
    • the whole reality is revealed to us as we look over towards
    • the time these forces — which are no less real than the
    • is urgently necessary that these things should be realised to-day.
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    • abstraction but a reality which transcends and works into the
    • realisation that spiritual foundations underlie this physical world
    • the inherent value of the medieval mind. The point is to realise and
    • instinctive realisation of the super-sensible world. His thoughts were
    • This later phase of evolution cannot really be said to have begun in
    • any real sense before the second half of the fourth century of our
    • really learn a lesson from the technique of Scholastic thought, but
    • East, the East was no reality.
    • down to the material realm and gave rise to the practice of corrupt
    • scholars would have us believe. The Greeks knew the reality of the
    • Instead of being sublimated to the realm of the Spirit, thought was
    • of sense. In this way the realm of human thinking became easy of
    • realm of an astute but at the same time material mode of thought. And
    • the whole reality is revealed to us as we look over towards
    • the time these forces — which are no less real than the
    • is urgently necessary that these things should be realised to-day.
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    • ethereal or elemental. Whether or not the expression is really
    • perceive Imaginatively — we realise that this world is peopled
    • outer physical picture of what is there in reality. In reality there
    • while in reality they are not. St. Paul said that sin came into the
    • reality. But among the conceptions which we thus carry through the
    • If we would speak of ‘Monism’ on any basis of reality, we
    • We must however realise that this working together of the dead and
    • mutual interaction between what goes on in the realm of those who
    • In bringing all this before us, we must realise, of course, that our
    • age has a real longing for what Spiritual Science brings to men; and
    • the real longings are frequently satisfied today by quite erroneous
    • cannot resolve to take the real steps into the spiritual world, so as
    • from consciousness has not therefore been removed from reality; it is
    • eliminated from the reality of his soul; there it goes on gnawing
    • realities that live in the foundations of the soul work in towards us
    • from the realm of the dead. Here we are led to quite a different way
    • spiritual world, but with the real spiritual world wherein those who
    • have passed through the gate of death are living as real beings. They
    • realise that the conditions are very different in the spiritual world
    • But this is only a comparison; in reality it is not a hollow sphere,
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    • ethereal or elemental. Whether or not the expression is really
    • perceive Imaginatively — we realise that this world is peopled
    • outer physical picture of what is there in reality. In reality there
    • while in reality they are not. St. Paul said that sin came into the
    • reality. But among the conceptions which we thus carry through the
    • If we would speak of ‘Monism’ on any basis of reality, we
    • We must however realise that this working together of the dead and
    • mutual interaction between what goes on in the realm of those who
    • In bringing all this before us, we must realise, of course, that our
    • age has a real longing for what Spiritual Science brings to men; and
    • the real longings are frequently satisfied today by quite erroneous
    • cannot resolve to take the real steps into the spiritual world, so as
    • from consciousness has not therefore been removed from reality; it is
    • eliminated from the reality of his soul; there it goes on gnawing
    • realities that live in the foundations of the soul work in towards us
    • from the realm of the dead. Here we are led to quite a different way
    • spiritual world, but with the real spiritual world wherein those who
    • have passed through the gate of death are living as real beings. They
    • realise that the conditions are very different in the spiritual world
    • But this is only a comparison; in reality it is not a hollow sphere,
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    • still present and active in other realms; and we can have access to them
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    • still present and active in other realms; and we can have access to them
    • is estranged from reality. Man turned gaze to the earth and now must
    • life then a social theory is possible that grasps real life. Lack in
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    • still present and active in other realms; and we can have access to them
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  • Title: Lecture I: Ancient Myths
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    • still present and active in other realms; and we can have access to them
    • give what lives in the soul a direct link with reality.
    • belong indeed to the realm of the modern superficial judgment which
    • embedded in the myths, truths more concerned with reality than
    • microcosm with the macrocosm. Especially can one realize — and
    • actually how little deeply, one is concerned with reality in
    • the innovations to be really sweeping. That, however, had the effect
    • but inasmuch as they spoke of their Gods, they did not really speak
    • able to form concepts that connect one with reality; the especially
    • really underlies them. Let us suppose that at some time a personality
    • disappeared: the beings who can still have real Imaginations, these
    • could transform the sulphur through Imagination into reality, if he
    • by Saint Martin and those before him as the real sulphur, which they
    • Martin still speaks of how thunder and lightning are really
    • remember that the really clever people of today are, of course,
    • processes in the clouds — don't they? Anything really rational
    • men, had a distinct reality for these ancient peoples, since they
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    • still present and active in other realms; and we can have access to them
    • scientific thinking. The realization of what each one can do, no
    • could really say: we see them. Entirely abstract thinking has only
    • seeing of ideas, a seeing of spiritual realities, a living in
    • spiritual realities.
    • is really a reproduction of Imaginations only belonged to
    • older experience in Imaginations. Real physiological wisdom is, in
    • realize, they connected in a roundabout way with the sexual
    • reality. But it is there nevertheless; naturally not only in the one
    • really than developing a sort of group-sexuality. One could say that
    • of the Peoples or of the Nations’ is really only to be
    • It is necessary to realize as one of the secrets of the time-impulse,
    • imagine that they had to realize that what they crow is after all the
    • where I speak of the nominalism and realism of the Middle Ages. Abstraction
    • man connected with reality when he thinks, when he only thinks ideas?
    • connected with reality. When they reached maturity they thought over,
    • whether, when one thinks, there is still something of reality left in
    • one's thought or whether it is entirely divorced from reality and has
    • are more or less completely cut off from reality in their
    • with what is perceived. Sometimes people then search for the real
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    • still present and active in other realms; and we can have access to them
    • was not an abstract new Isis, but an actual, real new Isis. The
    • real being, the new Isis.
    • Isis, found that she is asleep. And so one can say: the real
    • stands far away from reality. The power of the Word, the power of
    • reality. This new humanity keeps well to words and always asks: Is it
    • them to their true reality, but taking them in their most superficial
    • chuckling and said: ‘What modern humanity should take as a real
    • how far they are removed from reality in what today they call ideas,
    • human mysteries through the real existence of the Luciferic,
    • reality is not sought for; there is no endeavour among men to
    • the present age, if one realizes that the essentiality which we call
    • Luciferic and Ahrimanic, is really bound up with the microcosmic
    • forces of man. And one can only understand reality today for the man
    • other reality, which indeed we have often studied, that lies for man
    • between death and a new birth. For the one reality is only the pole
    • of the other reality, the inverted pole of the other reality.
    • reality from misty vagueness.
    • understands that one has once been young. It does not really
    • understand how to grasp realistically that one gets older with
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    • still present and active in other realms; and we can have access to them
    • realize that in the age when that saying arose in the Egyptian
    • the sense of Plato, really only considered a man to be a partaker of
    • overthrew the tables and so on! In order really to promote what must
    • from reality; furthermore, all that must break into our age
    • catastrophically is connected with this divorce from reality. On the
    • really a digestive system just for digesting, it is at the same time
    • forgotten. And real judgment — not the sagacity I have
    • discussed lately — real discernment, the really deeper gift of
    • sense it is really of very little value. Forgive the remark —
    • man depends upon his head, he can really arrive at nothing else than
    • thinking with reality. This head-civilization, this Aries-culture,
    • philistine and commonplace — when one does not realize,
    • the rightful king of this world because nothing can really be
    • confront with the real, abstractions and things estranged from
    • reality, to set against them full reality and therewith the spiritual
    • reality.
    • what is foreign to reality and so on, and to seek, each for himself,
    • to approach the real and get beyond abstractions.
    • that estrangement from reality which today is the signature of the
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    • still present and active in other realms; and we can have access to them
    • the impulse really be found which mankind needs if it is to take in
    • reality each age is a transition. But it is a different thing to know
    • Revolution is really altogether sincere in his inmost heart. One
    • say to it then? One should really put oneself this question when
    • must really be considered from a different standpoint from the one
    • of men who are really representative in the historical evolution of
    • realize the tolerance that he means — a tolerance not inclining
    • with them, as they do not feel strong enough really to permeate
    • real Christianizing of science and the life of the State can only
    • of political life (one must know history, real history, not the fable
    • days: men have forgotten how really to become old, and we must learn
    • person decides that he will really read something! So it is no proof
    • deception. It is certainly a reality in respect of physical life, but
    • younger, in contrast to the physical-corporeal that becomes weak and
    • now, do I feel really fitted to say something to people ... As for
    • consciousness that what one can absorb through learning is really
    • many things, but then one must really force oneself — it does
    • soul. We must absorb in another way, we must really have the feeling
    • really needs, one can nevertheless keep to several beautiful thoughts
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    • has in reality no true understanding of himself. One could say that
    • also a challenge to us to strive again for a real knowledge of man,
    • difficult to understand. In reality they are not, in spite of the
    • skeleton; it is really only set upon it, and then the rest of the
    • really conceive of man so — as spherical form and as moon-form.
    • in the position of really understanding the being of man. If we were
    • life, we should never be in the position of really saying ‘I’
    • the fact that in life as well we are really a duplex being. Not only
    • social life. It is really true that during his young days a man takes
    • and slowly as heart-man. And if the dead wish to express what really
    • transformed into heart-knowledge. A real miracle will happen if
    • natural science, or, really, natural-philosophy — one is
    • as I showed yesterday, this science of today would become really
    • For what do we really
    • fields) is to be something that is fitted really to be transformed
    • possibility at all of giving our children anything that could really
    • lacking for really giving to children today something that refreshes
    • on earth men wander about who have no idea what they are, who really
    • certain respects people flee from the real science of the spirit.
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    • still present and active in other realms; and we can have access to them
    • can realize that a considerable part of man's task between death and
    • can often be asked — whom does the child really resemble? And
    • one has once realized that the earth actually inhales and exhales
    • You will realize from what has been said that it is the head which is
    • real being of soul and spirit fairly early finds its spiritual grave
    • members of human nature enter into a real correspondence, when
    • and the shorter head-life really lives itself into the whole man.
    • really fruitful with feeling and warmth, instead of all the stupid
    • changing head-life into heart-life. We have hardly any real
    • structure of the old grammar school was really built up on these
    • these two Zurich performances by Pulver and Reinhart have really
    • nothing connected with real life, if one has not the patience to lead
    • his audience may make note of it. One will only be really able to see
    • nevertheless are everywhere spread abroad. One really need not touch
    • work out. I have been given an article that is really extraordinarily
    • not so direct might be thus expressed: ‘No, one really dare not
    • connection with reality. For the connection with reality is only
    • here on the earth, he is really connected with the whole cosmos. And
    • What could enter into him out of the universe, really entered right in. So
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    • to a real understanding of world evolution.
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    • to a real understanding of world evolution.
    • feel how it is really as though the deeds and purposes of the Gods
    • this correct thinking did not accord with reality. We are obliged to
    • admit the correct thinking did not arrive at the reality, for reality
    • arrive at a correct conclusion and yet, measured by reality your
    • can never be a criterion for reality — never.
    • does not correspond with reality. For the man fell into the water
    • reality.
    • But now, if this is really so,
    • come through to a grasp of reality such as spiritual science could
    • this rather terrible exclamation: All philosophy is really nothing
    • him for him to be able to rise to a theosophical grasp of reality. It
    • he is to approach reality. For it goes without saying that this able
    • could not approach reality.
    • point if it hopes one day to reach reality. And the same statement
    • real knowledge, that hopes to have a chance of coming to grips with
    • correct — but correctness does not necessarily lead to reality.
    • “think,” he cannot penetrate to reality. Please let me
    • reality. Thinking must never, so to say, go dancing through the world
    • were to say to him: “You cannot really hope to investigate
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    • to a real understanding of world evolution.
    • enter the realm of reality, and we came to a condition of soul that
    • what we called reverent devotion to the world of reality and
    • reality. Now this surrender is only to be attained by making the
    • namely, that our thinking educates us. If you will really take this
    • objective reality. So long as we give ourselves up to the belief that
    • come to reality, so long are we indeed in desperate case, if someone
    • conclusion about reality, if we have persistently educated ourselves
    • not, so to say, expose us in the least to the onset of reality, is
    • by reality, then the elaboration of concepts would not afford us a
    • the interference of reality.
    • not disturbed? What sort of disturbance could reality make in the
    • not need to remain entirely in the realm of hypothesis — our
    • do with reality. When we try to picture the thinking of the Gods, we
    • hypothetically — as intervening in reality, as influencing
    • reality. And this leads inevitably to the following conclusion. When
    • had something to do with reality, then a false concept would have the
    • transformed into reality the mistakes in our thinking. We actually
    • only maintain ourselves in real existence through the fact that our
    • thinking does not work into reality, but that we are protected from
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    • to a real understanding of world evolution.
    • the etheric body of man is really composed of the substance of
    • them. If you are asked the question: What are the eyes of man really
    • seeing. In reality, however, if we go back to the beginnings of Earth
    • which he is confronted. He ought really to be involved in his seeing
    • which we have spoken, he would really swim in the ruling will and
    • it yields to your touch. But you are all the time really aware of
    • your intellect in a schematic way, you will always find that reality
    • can really imagine him to be as he is pictured in many materialistic
    • every phenomenon of the senses a spiritual reality. What the senses
    • us to see what the I of man ought really to be like. A right and
    • separating it in reality from thinking, feeling and willing. In the
    • practical realisation of this “three sacks” theory we
    • really the nature of the original temptation? Let us put it as
    • of reality.
    • Our next step will be to realise
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    • to a real understanding of world evolution.
    • in our reality, in all that surrounds us and in what we ourselves
    • process, we are able to distinguish between the real innermost and
    • but we have there to distinguish two parts: first, our real
    • seen accomplished of the inner becoming an outer — this really
    • this possibility lies the reality of our soul-life. Now one can
    • conceive of this reality of soul-life as being fashioned in all
    • and contraction? You will get near the reality if you consider a
    • And now we shall need still another conception in order to realise
    • times in slower motion, you will perceive that it is really will
    • spot, we have really caught them inside there. There they reveal
    • as far as Form — which is still altogether in the realm of soul
    • therefore, in reality spirit, but shattered spirit.
    • Now it is of such contrasts that all space dimensions are really
    • a connection between the bodies which is really entirely due to
    • really comes to this — that we have to look upon matter always
    • appear, it is the real Man.
    • really the higher Man; through the Luciferic influence it has been
    • kind of matter that does not really come into consideration for us
    • you see, man is really a being who has undergone a great coarsening
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    • to a real understanding of world evolution.
    • formed the idea that man is in reality a kind of double being. Let me
    • science and everyday life can teach in order to realise how terribly
    • Gland secretion, too, has really fulfilled its task as soon as it has
    • they are in reality only the expression; for the muscles are
    • really so that in the places where the nerves are situated in the
    • results of clairvoyant research, but because it is really
    • experiences on earth. And so you see in reality man fell down from
    • not as he was really intended to be, is not as he would have been but
    • the actual earthly matter. It really only occurs directly in this way
    • was really intended to be something entirely spiritual. And it would
    • perceiving tastes man ought really to live within the ruling Will; he
    • again into spirituality, the blood becomes real blood substance; it
    • out of blood, it is really all transformed blood; from the point of
    • Lucifer to interfere in the course of evolution. The real cause why
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    • to a real understanding of world evolution.
    • come near to his real nature. I want now to point to one more fact of
    • larynx is really an organ of the future, how it is called to be in
    • whole. And as a matter of fact we are only speaking of a reality when
    • the realm of the spirit. The truth about the soul nature of the plant
    • grows towards the centre of the earth, because what it really wants
    • but really all such talk on the part of science has no value at all
    • degree as Mephistopheles can bring Faust into the realm of the
    • For as little as Mephistopheles can go down with Faust into the realm
    • to enter himself into the realm of the Mothers. It is true in a sense
    • aim when they have not grown into fishes. It is in reality no more
    • he can come to realise that there is meaning in the fact that
    • and spirit. And now it is important that man should develop a real
    • something real and actual. That will bring about a new fructification
    • in such a way that it is not directly realisable in the external
    • man must feel that it is unsubstantial and unreal, and moreover that
    • it robs him of his own reality and being. Thus does that appear which
    • proceed from a real understanding of occult science.
    • and virtue be born in the human heart. Let us strive after a real
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    • IN ITS REALITY
    • Historical Aspect of Social Life in Its Reality Lecture
    • astral bodies, but that this dissolution is in reality a releasing
    • to realize how that which he incorporates into his etheric body by
    • whole great universe. In reality we participate in the making of the
    • on earth, is really formed from two directions. I have described to
    • toward the earthly realm, toward a people, a family, and so forth. If
    • the human being is really born out of the universe. And his sojourn
    • of mental pictures. This is nonsense. The real fact is that there is
    • processes which had formed his brain really point back to former
    • by freeing ourselves from the corporeal nature, we trace out the
    • whole cosmos in the realm of spirit and soul, and the cosmos teaches
    • the realm of western civilization are often really like a blind man
    • mathematically, we develop really out of our inner being; it is the
    • we remain entirely in the realm of the physical-material.
    • forefathers. And if research into these things is made in the realm
    • observance. In general one must clearly realize that speculation or
    • in a subjective, but in an objective realm.
    • we are moving in a very complicated realm. We have said on an earlier
    • from a point of view lacking in reality, that is, according to
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    • IN ITS REALITY
    • Historical Aspect of Social Life in Its Reality Lecture
    • astral bodies, but that this dissolution is in reality a releasing
    • to realize how that which he incorporates into his etheric body by
    • whole great universe. In reality we participate in the making of the
    • on earth, is really formed from two directions. I have described to
    • toward the earthly realm, toward a people, a family, and so forth. If
    • the human being is really born out of the universe. And his sojourn
    • of mental pictures. This is nonsense. The real fact is that there is
    • processes which had formed his brain really point back to former
    • by freeing ourselves from the corporeal nature, we trace out the
    • whole cosmos in the realm of spirit and soul, and the cosmos teaches
    • the realm of western civilization are often really like a blind man
    • mathematically, we develop really out of our inner being; it is the
    • we remain entirely in the realm of the physical-material.
    • forefathers. And if research into these things is made in the realm
    • observance. In general one must clearly realize that speculation or
    • in a subjective, but in an objective realm.
    • we are moving in a very complicated realm. We have said on an earlier
    • from a point of view lacking in reality, that is, according to
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    • must realise that from the time of falling asleep to the moment of
    • physical and etheric bodies as active realities.
    • totally inadequate, for in reality something else of tremendous
    • really to be understood until we can follow how, in later life, the
    • is as follows: You should really not have gone to such and such a
    • unfold inner enthusiasm for ideals, they speak, in reality, of
    • really an attempt to deny the Spirit, inasmuch as these people will
    • imparts real aim to life and transcends physical existence, if in his
    • knowledge of life. Those who realise what lack of idealism in speech
    • from the Archangel, does not unfold the strength he should really
    • produce something that is beneficial to life, we must make a real
    • Archai and the effect of the absence of any real connection is
    • little children learn to walk, can indeed come to realise what a
    • altogether within the realm of the physical. It describes how the
    • any real peace of mind, it is merely a convenient theoretical
    • justice. What really matters most of all is the mood of soul that is
    • understanding of karma, is one which makes us realise when, perhaps
    • soul, we must realise: It is good and right that this misfortune has
    • A man who bewails a misfortune which is really the consequence of a
    • The truths of Anthroposophy need not remain in the realm of
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    • must realise that from the time of falling asleep to the moment of
    • physical and etheric bodies as active realities.
    • totally inadequate, for in reality something else of tremendous
    • really to be understood until we can follow how, in later life, the
    • is as follows: You should really not have gone to such and such a
    • unfold inner enthusiasm for ideals, they speak, in reality, of
    • really an attempt to deny the Spirit, inasmuch as these people will
    • imparts real aim to life and transcends physical existence, if in his
    • knowledge of life. Those who realise what lack of idealism in speech
    • from the Archangel, does not unfold the strength he should really
    • produce something that is beneficial to life, we must make a real
    • Archai and the effect of the absence of any real connection is
    • little children learn to walk, can indeed come to realise what a
    • altogether within the realm of the physical. It describes how the
    • any real peace of mind, it is merely a convenient theoretical
    • justice. What really matters most of all is the mood of soul that is
    • understanding of karma, is one which makes us realise when, perhaps
    • soul, we must realise: It is good and right that this misfortune has
    • A man who bewails a misfortune which is really the consequence of a
    • The truths of Anthroposophy need not remain in the realm of
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    • fact that the quintessence of Goethe's mind really lies
    • and the other realms of Nature, with their manifestations,
    • opinion as to the position of man in the evolution of the realms of
    • reality in its place.
    • divided the real from the unreal.
    • which manifest in the realms of man as Evil. Goethe wishes to
    • For this reason, he is led through the lower realms of Nature to the
    • is sent through the realms of Nature to Proteus, the spirit of
    • realms of Nature in order to arrive at an earthly incarnation
    • of earthly elements, is really meant here is expressly stated in the
    • conceives the real being of man as a trinity (in accord with the
    • reincarnated; that is, she is to return from the realm of the
    • Mothers to the earth and, in the third act, we really do in
    • he cannot accompany Faust into the realm of the Mothers. Indeed,
    • world he will find the real essence of Man.
    • ‘Tis all the same. Escaping from the real,
    • Seek thou the boundless realm of the ideal.
    • soul with the higher self. The illusion that the real man
    • significance. For he who really carries out his injunctions
    • harmony, and he can freely use them, then the way into the realm of
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    • fact that the quintessence of Goethe's mind really lies
    • and the other realms of Nature, with their manifestations,
    • opinion as to the position of man in the evolution of the realms of
    • reality in its place.
    • divided the real from the unreal.
    • which manifest in the realms of man as Evil. Goethe wishes to
    • For this reason, he is led through the lower realms of Nature to the
    • is sent through the realms of Nature to Proteus, the spirit of
    • realms of Nature in order to arrive at an earthly incarnation
    • of earthly elements, is really meant here is expressly stated in the
    • conceives the real being of man as a trinity (in accord with the
    • reincarnated; that is, she is to return from the realm of the
    • Mothers to the earth and, in the third act, we really do in
    • he cannot accompany Faust into the realm of the Mothers. Indeed,
    • world he will find the real essence of Man.
    • ‘Tis all the same. Escaping from the real,
    • Seek thou the boundless realm of the ideal.
    • soul with the higher self. The illusion that the real man
    • significance. For he who really carries out his injunctions
    • harmony, and he can freely use them, then the way into the realm of
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    • that in order really to know something about the nature of man, quite
    • were otherwise there could really be no history at all. They argue
    • the affairs of human beings. But he really did not feel at home in
    • the revelations of the human mind. And this was the real temper of
    • It is only now that Goethe finds a world in which his soul really
    • outlook is essential if we are to realise what Goethe really had in
    • until we realise the fundamental nature of the change that had
    • After he had been to Italy, Goethe really hated the first version of
    • reality, the thought of Galileo. This kind of thought tries to make
    • chiefly in the element of reason. It is really only since the
    • century. Anyone who really studies the writings of a man like John
    • We can have no clear idea of what this really means unless we
    • realisation of this intimate union between the concept or idea, and
    • the realm of the living. We have intellectualism — which
    • even only as an Italian, the world for which you are really seeking
    • nothing. Such documents as exist are very scanty and are not really
    • repeated one after the other, really meant something. World-mysteries
    • a realm lying behind the sounds of speech perceives something
    • heyday. We realise this when, for example, we study the Vedas or the
    • pervaded by something like an ethereal element, an element that is
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    • that in order really to know something about the nature of man, quite
    • were otherwise there could really be no history at all. They argue
    • the affairs of human beings. But he really did not feel at home in
    • the revelations of the human mind. And this was the real temper of
    • It is only now that Goethe finds a world in which his soul really
    • outlook is essential if we are to realise what Goethe really had in
    • until we realise the fundamental nature of the change that had
    • After he had been to Italy, Goethe really hated the first version of
    • reality, the thought of Galileo. This kind of thought tries to make
    • chiefly in the element of reason. It is really only since the
    • century. Anyone who really studies the writings of a man like John
    • We can have no clear idea of what this really means unless we
    • realisation of this intimate union between the concept or idea, and
    • the realm of the living. We have intellectualism — which
    • even only as an Italian, the world for which you are really seeking
    • nothing. Such documents as exist are very scanty and are not really
    • repeated one after the other, really meant something. World-mysteries
    • a realm lying behind the sounds of speech perceives something
    • heyday. We realise this when, for example, we study the Vedas or the
    • pervaded by something like an ethereal element, an element that is
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    • On the Reality of Higher Worlds
    • The Reality of the Higher Worlds.
    • The Reality of the Higher Worlds.
    • On the Reality of Higher Worlds
    • ON THE REALITY OF HIGHER WORLDS
    • of the reality of the higher worlds. As all my writings for many,
    • will realise that one brief lecture is foredoomed to be both
    • certain guiding lines, how the higher worlds can become a reality.
    • reality of higher worlds without pointing to the paths leading to
    • this reality, and there is no desire whatever to set these paths in
    • In the realm of philosophy, of course, many endeavours have been made
    • But with this kind of mysticism no really profound science of the
    • which, in their real nature, cannot be surveyed by the ordinary
    • one possessed of real knowledge they may be merely impressions made
    • find the reality of the higher worlds, we embark upon serious and
    • is unaware, and to embark upon investigation into the reality of
    • be lit by a picture-content, warmed through by glowing life, as real
    • arise in moments when we are caught up in the outer reality of the
    • external, spiritual reality. The objective significance of this
    • increasing capacity. We realise that through the activity which
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    • The Reality of the Higher Worlds.
    • The Reality of the Higher Worlds.
    • On the Reality of Higher Worlds
    • ON THE REALITY OF HIGHER WORLDS
    • of the reality of the higher worlds. As all my writings for many,
    • will realise that one brief lecture is foredoomed to be both
    • certain guiding lines, how the higher worlds can become a reality.
    • reality of higher worlds without pointing to the paths leading to
    • this reality, and there is no desire whatever to set these paths in
    • In the realm of philosophy, of course, many endeavours have been made
    • But with this kind of mysticism no really profound science of the
    • which, in their real nature, cannot be surveyed by the ordinary
    • one possessed of real knowledge they may be merely impressions made
    • find the reality of the higher worlds, we embark upon serious and
    • is unaware, and to embark upon investigation into the reality of
    • be lit by a picture-content, warmed through by glowing life, as real
    • arise in moments when we are caught up in the outer reality of the
    • external, spiritual reality. The objective significance of this
    • increasing capacity. We realise that through the activity which
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    • element of human egoism, there its dangers begin. And in what realm
    • is unwilling to listen to such matters — and this is really not
    • real connection between the world of the stars, the movements and
    • times was really a form of astrology. The mere mention of this word
    • future entirely from knowledge acquired in the realm of the
    • predictions is the difficulty of realising how the courses of the
    • we think objectively about life as it was in those days, we realise
    • belonged. This implies that a really objective judgment could only be
    • not of second-rate astrologers but of really enlightened men. The
    • been his protector; but it must be realised that these conditions
    • quoted and we shall probably realise that in a certain sense it is
    • the Cosmos. These men believed that there is a real connection
    • necessarily realise it, there is in every human life one
    • illness occurring, say, at the age of 54, the only really intelligent
    • the beginning; but in time to come it will be realised that one need
    • astrological insight is really an attitude of soul — it is as
    • in human life, what does it really signify? We shall find the answer
    • future. For where can our deeds really be said to end? If, like
    • indicates, these men had a real connection with forces belonging to
    • them before him and believes that they conform to the realities of
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    • element of human egoism, there its dangers begin. And in what realm
    • is unwilling to listen to such matters — and this is really not
    • real connection between the world of the stars, the movements and
    • times was really a form of astrology. The mere mention of this word
    • future entirely from knowledge acquired in the realm of the
    • predictions is the difficulty of realising how the courses of the
    • we think objectively about life as it was in those days, we realise
    • belonged. This implies that a really objective judgment could only be
    • not of second-rate astrologers but of really enlightened men. The
    • been his protector; but it must be realised that these conditions
    • quoted and we shall probably realise that in a certain sense it is
    • the Cosmos. These men believed that there is a real connection
    • necessarily realise it, there is in every human life one
    • illness occurring, say, at the age of 54, the only really intelligent
    • the beginning; but in time to come it will be realised that one need
    • astrological insight is really an attitude of soul — it is as
    • in human life, what does it really signify? We shall find the answer
    • future. For where can our deeds really be said to end? If, like
    • indicates, these men had a real connection with forces belonging to
    • them before him and believes that they conform to the realities of
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    • realised that happenings which then constituted external history were
    • We do not realise today
    • and, above all, to realise what it means when, together with the finely
    • You must realise that in
    • Greek development when the real inspiration was given for what
    • inbreathing and out-breathing. We can have no real knowledge of the
    • Apollonian art, or of Orphic wisdom, unless we realise that their
    • full of concrete realities. As we breathe in, we receive the moving
    • mean that they really know the world.
    • work ... not to bring Homer to life again, for he had not really
    • remarkable unity in the composition and realise with what a wonderful
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    • thoughts. He does not know what these thoughts are, in their real
    • nature; he is entirely ignorant of the real substance of the thoughts
    • being does not know what is really living in his thoughts; he only
    • he were really to live within these thoughts, he would be able to
    • of thoughts, not in their real substance. The thoughts of modern man
    • are not realities.
    • pictures. And, as a result, something that is really attuned to the
    • in the realm of intellectualism. The great task of our age is to bring
    • spirituality, the reality of the Spirit, once again into the world of
    • aim that ought really to be pursued by modern man is to free himself
    • only mirror-images and he is quite unconscious of their real nature and
    • man is extremely clever, but in the real sense he knows nothing, for
    • are embodied, is well on the way to losing his real self, to knowing
    • nothing of what he really is. Inner reality, inner morality in his
    • exceedingly clever but there is really not much substance in their
    • words but no real substance whatever. One of them says: We have become
    • anything at all is to result from it. The two men are really talking
    • nobody realises is that his task is to sow the oats! Whatever the value
    • something real to contribute to culture will not sit down and write
    • left undone, so people must learn to realise that by no means every
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    • reality the Egyptian sage wanted to indicate what had resulted from the
    • was to come in the real sense only after the Mystery of Golgotha. The
    • thoughts will once again lead directly to Divine-Spiritual reality and
    • ineffective thought elaborated by the intellect but that can really go
    • to what should really take shape within them in a spiritual sense.
    • ceremonies. Such men feel the reality of the spiritual world and can,
    • experienced something different, but the second experience really
    • he depicts Faust being given a draught of youth. It is really part of
    • was responsible for this, we realise that it was Goethe's membership of
    • such things today will realise that the very style of historians such
    • must be recognised by anyone who desires really to understand the
    • and those who have vision of realities can often dispense with the
    • these things, it will be clear to us that if we really desire to
    • the Kritik der Sprache is right. What is necessary is that real
    • depths of an ocean. In reality, processes in history are waves thrown
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    • extremely delicate, ethereal volatility is condensed and still further
    • us to understand its real nature, for the head in itself does not
    • involved in a constant process of dying. It is really dying all the
    • ceremonies or the effects produced by the rituals are really
    • this really mean? What does it mean to understand the nature of acts
    • papier-mâché and when he touches a real rose. He is also
    • He beheld spiritual reality in these enactments.
    • rock and breaking his skull. If the real truth were told, one would, of
    • Egyptian Initiate was able to make his pupils realise that they could
    • something of which the materialist says that it has no reality, or, if
    • sacred rite. Men who understand these things can realise what the
    • conceptual properties, but the spiritual reality inherent in the word.
    • interwoven, intermingled. Without realisation of this there can be no
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    • Just as we realise that
    • humanity, soared into the realm of abstract thoughts.
    • possible to experience thinking as a living reality and not believe in
    • cults and ceremonial enactments once filled with living reality have
    • life as real as the life-principle working in the plants. Today, the
    • mankind has not been able to infuse real life into ceremonies and rites
    • capable. For him, real life flowed out of the rites which, for others,
    • connection with that spiritual reality of being, which flowed in the
    • to appear outwardly in one shape as in another. In reality there are
    • wears a green shirt and a red jacket — here there is a real
    • domain one cannot help being a philistine. But Goethe realised that the
    • are certainly not two different persons. Briefly, Goethe realised that
    • said that the whole plant is really a leaf manifesting in different
    • be really thought through, one must change a little, inwardly. An
    • and well-developed pistil in the centre. What he really ought to do is
    • succeed in passing on from his idea of metamorphosis to real
    • Imagination. When real Imagination advances to Inspiration and
    • matter is realised for the first time when the human head is conceived
    • philistines will realise with joy that Goethe knew how to add the
    • human egoism and to be regarded as a realm entirely distinct from
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    • impulses are not perceived and understood. For these impulses are real
    • the Templar Knights, who first assumed their real significance in outer
    • Bouillon in the first real Crusade, succeeded in liberating Jerusalem,
    • history. The really important thing is to study with insight and
    • real question is this: Whence came that first fiery enthusiasm which
    • convey any real impression of the fire of enthusiasm that flamed up in
    • connected in any real way with this stream of spiritual life, held that
    • was, in reality, only repeating the view previously held by Boniface in
    • in the East the real, esoteric substance died away. Human beings living
    • Europe, while the esoteric, spiritual reality was forgotten, men turned
    • reality, men gave their hearts to cult and ritual, and to that with
    • the East and making its way far into Europe was seen, in reality, as a
    • great question living in this esoteric stream was in reality this: How
    • which are not, in the earthly and material sense, real. In the East,
    • of natural science — which has its real origin in Arabian
    • pilgrimage and the intense yearning towards the real centre in
    • really earth, but a particular place in the cosmos.
    • the one side they had lost the realities contained in cult and ritual,
    • so too, on the other side, they had lost the realities yielded by
    • spiritual vision. Just as in the East the realities of cult and ritual
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    • occultism today should realize that much of what they have to say
    • I really mean by occultism, which is the subject of today's
    • when facing them in a particular way. In reality, I can only
    • reality they experience far more vividly than the reality of external
    • objects and the reality of that part of the self which belongs to the
    • external world. Who can deny that the reality of our pains and
    • than the reality of the physical and physiological processes within
    • us and within us and realize that we know nothing whatever of their
    • it, we realize that the reason why a barrier is put up before our
    • reality, the peculiarity of our waking daytime life is that it does
    • just as real, important and essential for life as the things which I
    • see with my eyes and hear with my ears; it is just as real, yet I
    • begin to know what super-sensible experience really is; only now do we
    • realize that we live within a soul-spiritual core; only now do we
    • in a super-sensible reality, but in its super-sensible reality it
    • really does perceive — that his or her field of vision is
    • filled with realities; we may call them, if you like, visions. They
    • and possess, so to speak, an obtrusive, almost importunate reality.
    • outset as something real, as facing them in the same way as the
    • visionary world, they say, “This world is real,” in the
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  • Title: Occultism and Initiation
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    • occultism today should realize that much of what they have to say
    • I really mean by occultism, which is the subject of today's
    • when facing them in a particular way. In reality, I can only
    • reality they experience far more vividly than the reality of external
    • objects and the reality of that part of the self which belongs to the
    • external world. Who can deny that the reality of our pains and
    • than the reality of the physical and physiological processes within
    • us and within us and realize that we know nothing whatever of their
    • it, we realize that the reason why a barrier is put up before our
    • reality, the peculiarity of our waking daytime life is that it does
    • just as real, important and essential for life as the things which I
    • see with my eyes and hear with my ears; it is just as real, yet I
    • begin to know what super-sensible experience really is; only now do we
    • realize that we live within a soul-spiritual core; only now do we
    • in a super-sensible reality, but in its super-sensible reality it
    • really does perceive — that his or her field of vision is
    • filled with realities; we may call them, if you like, visions. They
    • and possess, so to speak, an obtrusive, almost importunate reality.
    • outset as something real, as facing them in the same way as the
    • visionary world, they say, “This world is real,” in the
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  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • longer connect his statements with any contents which are really
    • really learn a great deal in this connection, if they would train
    • direction, we shall realise that the ordinary modern life of the
    • spirit does not possess a real technique of thinking. How many things
    • realise that humanity does not only carry over theories from one
    • the most significant materialistic thinkers, has given a real
    • other hand, it is extraordinarily sharp. For it really attempts to
    • reality, an offspring of the scholastic manner of thinking. We
    • materialism, unless we realise that it is nothing but the
    • really very important to contemplate earnestly and carefully how
    • which are evident and which do not satisfy a real thinker, have
    • really contains the images of the super-sensible world. If we consider
    • humbug. On the other hand, we should realise that what we observe
    • Czolbe we may see this quite clearly, the real sensualists and
    • There is a real
    • image was the reality. This is the essence, of materialism.
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    • longer connect his statements with any contents which are really
    • really learn a great deal in this connection, if they would train
    • direction, we shall realise that the ordinary modern life of the
    • spirit does not possess a real technique of thinking. How many things
    • realise that humanity does not only carry over theories from one
    • the most significant materialistic thinkers, has given a real
    • other hand, it is extraordinarily sharp. For it really attempts to
    • reality, an offspring of the scholastic manner of thinking. We
    • materialism, unless we realise that it is nothing but the
    • really very important to contemplate earnestly and carefully how
    • which are evident and which do not satisfy a real thinker, have
    • really contains the images of the super-sensible world. If we consider
    • humbug. On the other hand, we should realise that what we observe
    • Czolbe we may see this quite clearly, the real sensualists and
    • There is a real
    • image was the reality. This is the essence, of materialism.
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    • state from his particular standpoint and, in reality, he was
    • with a certain emphasis, realising that Haeckel was a great
    • able to give something. Philosophy really had nothing more to
    • wished to set this forth objectively. So he said: In reality, it will
    • but these are only the symptoms. The essential point, the reality, is
    • these things through the symptoms, but we should realise: When we
    • reality, we are only awake in our life of thoughts. You fall asleep
    • you when you lift your arm through your will. The real inner forces
    • lives in a corporeal form within the sentient part of man? Rhythm:
    • views, as a praiseworthy, bourgeois mentality, but in reality it has
    • corresponding fruits; for it has really produced these fruits. You
    • real logic, a logic of reality, and the merely abstract logic of the
    • not really take place; the very opposite can take place. For this
    • the sense of reality, which is alone able at the present time to lead
    • can be adduced for a world-conception. But, in reality, this is
    • reality, both a radical materialism and a radical spiritualism,
    • The essential point to-day is to realise that something need not be
    • merely logical, but that it must correspond with the reality, as well
    • as being logical. It must correspond with reality. And this
    • corresponding with reality can only be reached by living together
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    • state from his particular standpoint and, in reality, he was
    • with a certain emphasis, realising that Haeckel was a great
    • able to give something. Philosophy really had nothing more to
    • wished to set this forth objectively. So he said: In reality, it will
    • but these are only the symptoms. The essential point, the reality, is
    • these things through the symptoms, but we should realise: When we
    • reality, we are only awake in our life of thoughts. You fall asleep
    • you when you lift your arm through your will. The real inner forces
    • lives in a corporeal form within the sentient part of man? Rhythm:
    • views, as a praiseworthy, bourgeois mentality, but in reality it has
    • corresponding fruits; for it has really produced these fruits. You
    • real logic, a logic of reality, and the merely abstract logic of the
    • not really take place; the very opposite can take place. For this
    • the sense of reality, which is alone able at the present time to lead
    • can be adduced for a world-conception. But, in reality, this is
    • reality, both a radical materialism and a radical spiritualism,
    • The essential point to-day is to realise that something need not be
    • merely logical, but that it must correspond with the reality, as well
    • as being logical. It must correspond with reality. And this
    • corresponding with reality can only be reached by living together
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  • Title: Lecture: The Earth's Passage Through Its Former Planetary Conditions
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    • life-processes. The physical processes upon Saturn were real
    • who inhabited Saturn, we must realise that the Beings whom we now see
    • progressed, the Sun really left behind a dark part, and the sun-spots
    • the real regent of the earth, in so far as the earth is based upon
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    • life-processes. The physical processes upon Saturn were real
    • who inhabited Saturn, we must realise that the Beings whom we now see
    • progressed, the Sun really left behind a dark part, and the sun-spots
    • the real regent of the earth, in so far as the earth is based upon
  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Body as a Reflexion of the Universe
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    • age. What does this really mean? — A concrete example, already
    • real event of recent times, experienced by quite a number of our
    • concrete example is really connected with a child, with the little
    • happened to be crushed by it, so that the van was the real cause of
    • really arrived at that particular spot because the child had to
    • really correspond to the truth.
    • really to come down. Ever since the death of little Theodor Faiss, we
    • grasp how matters really stand with an etheric body that had to cut
    • pertains to the physical body only if we realise that its forms
    • are really taken from the whole universe and that in regard to
    • lifted out of our physical-corporeal part, so that we are endowed
    • a purely external standpoint, there is really no difference
    • the physical-corporeal part. The clairvoyant consciousness is able to
    • Now let us assume that this is the physical-corporeal and that the
    • physical-corporeal part; but let us now imagine a sleeping human
    • can realise that man's future salvation, man's welfare in the nearest
    • so clearly in these fateful days, then we realise that spiritual
    • can only say, resembling) a human head. It is really formed in such a
    • above explanations can really give you, as it were, an idea of the
    • Michelangelo was not as yet able to portray the real Christ. Christ
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    • age. What does this really mean? — A concrete example, already
    • real event of recent times, experienced by quite a number of our
    • concrete example is really connected with a child, with the little
    • happened to be crushed by it, so that the van was the real cause of
    • really arrived at that particular spot because the child had to
    • really correspond to the truth.
    • really to come down. Ever since the death of little Theodor Faiss, we
    • grasp how matters really stand with an etheric body that had to cut
    • pertains to the physical body only if we realise that its forms
    • are really taken from the whole universe and that in regard to
    • lifted out of our physical-corporeal part, so that we are endowed
    • a purely external standpoint, there is really no difference
    • the physical-corporeal part. The clairvoyant consciousness is able to
    • Now let us assume that this is the physical-corporeal and that the
    • physical-corporeal part; but let us now imagine a sleeping human
    • can realise that man's future salvation, man's welfare in the nearest
    • so clearly in these fateful days, then we realise that spiritual
    • can only say, resembling) a human head. It is really formed in such a
    • above explanations can really give you, as it were, an idea of the
    • Michelangelo was not as yet able to portray the real Christ. Christ
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  • Title: Lecture: Salt, Mercury, Sulphur
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    • man. And so he is incapable of understanding the reality of the
    • sufficiently dear to indicate real insight into that relation of man
    • turn to Lord Bacon of Verulam, we find that he, in reality, no longer
    • real knowledge of nature. Thus Bacon too, at the turn of the
    • a new experience. Indeed he could not do so, because the old reality
    • object of finding knowledge of the universe. He had really ‘lost’
    • in man, he was speaking of something absolutely real and concrete.
    • to abstract ideas which have no real content. Jacob Boehme gathered
    • concrete reality. Outer nature lay there perceptible to the senses,
    • human spectre is evolved, never the real being of man. In this human
    • filled with so-called inner experiences which are, in reality, mere
    • on earth without form, in lifeless nature, is really cloven asunder.
    • the like, are really crystallisations which have been shattered. Out
    • in reality they understand nothing at all. They come along with their
    • animate monad — in reality, nothing but an extended point.
    • have described to you was real knowledge among the sages of old; it
    • was ancient clairvoyance. Man experienced a real process, an actual
    • spiritual Beings with whom the ancient sages could have real
    • that which is etheric and fluidic. And thereby a real process is set
    • something that arose in the mind as a picture. When a real knower
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    • man. And so he is incapable of understanding the reality of the
    • sufficiently dear to indicate real insight into that relation of man
    • turn to Lord Bacon of Verulam, we find that he, in reality, no longer
    • real knowledge of nature. Thus Bacon too, at the turn of the
    • a new experience. Indeed he could not do so, because the old reality
    • object of finding knowledge of the universe. He had really ‘lost’
    • in man, he was speaking of something absolutely real and concrete.
    • to abstract ideas which have no real content. Jacob Boehme gathered
    • concrete reality. Outer nature lay there perceptible to the senses,
    • human spectre is evolved, never the real being of man. In this human
    • filled with so-called inner experiences which are, in reality, mere
    • on earth without form, in lifeless nature, is really cloven asunder.
    • the like, are really crystallisations which have been shattered. Out
    • in reality they understand nothing at all. They come along with their
    • animate monad — in reality, nothing but an extended point.
    • have described to you was real knowledge among the sages of old; it
    • was ancient clairvoyance. Man experienced a real process, an actual
    • spiritual Beings with whom the ancient sages could have real
    • that which is etheric and fluidic. And thereby a real process is set
    • something that arose in the mind as a picture. When a real knower
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  • Title: Lecture: Entry of the Michael Forces
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    • realise what a profound significance his impulses must have for those
    • You see, in the last third of the 19th century it did really happen
    • a real power of understanding for the Michael element.
    • not at least in a thoroughly sincere way that really moves the soul —
    • From this you will see that this is really a time of great decisions,
    • books of all time have referred — for in reality the present
    • the best preparation for true and real spiritual sight, to observe
    • souls with a Pagan predestination, who in reality are only now
    • anthroposophists. For only then will a real living-together
    • yet these are the real facts of history.
    • observe realities.
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    • realise what a profound significance his impulses must have for those
    • You see, in the last third of the 19th century it did really happen
    • a real power of understanding for the Michael element.
    • not at least in a thoroughly sincere way that really moves the soul —
    • From this you will see that this is really a time of great decisions,
    • books of all time have referred — for in reality the present
    • the best preparation for true and real spiritual sight, to observe
    • souls with a Pagan predestination, who in reality are only now
    • anthroposophists. For only then will a real living-together
    • yet these are the real facts of history.
    • observe realities.
  • Title: Lecture: The Dedication of an Anthroposophical Group
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    • human soul, we must cast our eye over many different realms.
    • the spiritual. Humanity has really lost its understanding of this
    • Thinking humanity is really divided into these two camps.
    • spiritual things are just as real as the physical ones, — yes,
    • even more real, for the latter are for him only an outward expression
    • realities. The seer understands perfectly that those who do not
    • the actual reality-laden, concept, of colour and light to one who is
    • detail. But who among us has ever really seen this for himself with
    • them, and also because in reality they are by no means so clear
    • But do they really then do so? Do not matters look rather sad in
    • he is not right, for if the church really performed its task in full
    • And does everyone really go to church? In truth the church does not
    • Did this Being really
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    • human soul, we must cast our eye over many different realms.
    • the spiritual. Humanity has really lost its understanding of this
    • Thinking humanity is really divided into these two camps.
    • spiritual things are just as real as the physical ones, — yes,
    • even more real, for the latter are for him only an outward expression
    • realities. The seer understands perfectly that those who do not
    • the actual reality-laden, concept, of colour and light to one who is
    • detail. But who among us has ever really seen this for himself with
    • them, and also because in reality they are by no means so clear
    • But do they really then do so? Do not matters look rather sad in
    • he is not right, for if the church really performed its task in full
    • And does everyone really go to church? In truth the church does not
    • Did this Being really
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • on jurisprudence, which, in reality are the outcome only of the Roman
    • climax during a period in the civilisation of Europe which has really
    • soul enabling man to really permeate, really grasp his ego, first
    • himself a real feeling of freedom. This feeling of freedom is
    • of waking up, was really quite different in the fourth post-Atlantean
    • really knows very little indeed of his bodily processes. The Greeks,
    • their own body. For example, the really cultured Greek looked up to
    • they were for him that which really raised him to the Divine, above
    • painting portraits, we really lie. We look at people outwardly and
    • soul-constitution that no longer allows us to really penetrate
    • the egoity, for the ego. We should realise this. And we should
    • realise that we must once more take in spirituality from an
    • filled with something, and so that that which really lives within us
    • everything that is real, that once more enables us to have an insight
    • reach once more real facts, realities.
    • in a really living way. Yet certain people had preserved the last
    • stragglers of those who were still able to have a real understanding
    • being taught to such an extent — what is it, in reality? —
    • Harnack established in Central Europe really signifies the negation
    • really dwell while we are asleep?
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  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • on jurisprudence, which, in reality are the outcome only of the Roman
    • climax during a period in the civilisation of Europe which has really
    • soul enabling man to really permeate, really grasp his ego, first
    • himself a real feeling of freedom. This feeling of freedom is
    • of waking up, was really quite different in the fourth post-Atlantean
    • really knows very little indeed of his bodily processes. The Greeks,
    • their own body. For example, the really cultured Greek looked up to
    • they were for him that which really raised him to the Divine, above
    • painting portraits, we really lie. We look at people outwardly and
    • soul-constitution that no longer allows us to really penetrate
    • the egoity, for the ego. We should realise this. And we should
    • realise that we must once more take in spirituality from an
    • filled with something, and so that that which really lives within us
    • everything that is real, that once more enables us to have an insight
    • reach once more real facts, realities.
    • in a really living way. Yet certain people had preserved the last
    • stragglers of those who were still able to have a real understanding
    • being taught to such an extent — what is it, in reality? —
    • Harnack established in Central Europe really signifies the negation
    • really dwell while we are asleep?
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  • Title: Lecture: Some Conditions for Understanding Supersensible Experiences
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    • acquire any real self-knowledge or feeling of his own being without
    • However, if men really take hold of the best possibilities for their
    • being applied to their interpretation are really worthless, and have
    • real evil of our time is not that men have no super-sensible
    • worst plight; it is healthy logic, really sound thinking, and above
    • we need only realise that the majority of people to-day are not
    • What must be realised is that when a man desires to approach the
    • personal feeling. It must at all times be realised that the
    • Anthroposophical Society should become in the real sense a bearer of
    • is, in reality, one with the light weaving in the world.
    • real ego, but it is a mirror-image, a picture only, a
    • what I am now saying as a really serious matter — has learnt to
    • world these vital truths of the age? People may not realise why it
    • School some at least of the children of men will be given a real
    • have realised that anthroposophical Spiritual Science is endeavouring
    • time in such ugly forms is simply this: People realise that here it
    • sense. We must learn to feel that our real ego is brought into being
    • active in the real sense, those thoughts are born which can fertilise
    • than a relic, for nobody understands what the Liberal Arts really
    • represented a reality, just as many other things still surviving in
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    • acquire any real self-knowledge or feeling of his own being without
    • However, if men really take hold of the best possibilities for their
    • being applied to their interpretation are really worthless, and have
    • real evil of our time is not that men have no super-sensible
    • worst plight; it is healthy logic, really sound thinking, and above
    • we need only realise that the majority of people to-day are not
    • What must be realised is that when a man desires to approach the
    • personal feeling. It must at all times be realised that the
    • Anthroposophical Society should become in the real sense a bearer of
    • is, in reality, one with the light weaving in the world.
    • real ego, but it is a mirror-image, a picture only, a
    • what I am now saying as a really serious matter — has learnt to
    • world these vital truths of the age? People may not realise why it
    • School some at least of the children of men will be given a real
    • have realised that anthroposophical Spiritual Science is endeavouring
    • time in such ugly forms is simply this: People realise that here it
    • sense. We must learn to feel that our real ego is brought into being
    • active in the real sense, those thoughts are born which can fertilise
    • than a relic, for nobody understands what the Liberal Arts really
    • represented a reality, just as many other things still surviving in
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  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of the Movement for Religious Renewal to the Anthroposophical Movement
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    • knowledge that can bring to realization what Goethe already divined:
    • ideal can be realized. But it is just the patient devotion to the
    • will understand what is really the deeper cause of my words. Let me
    • its task, must really carry the whole impulse of the Anthroposophical
    • fulfill its real nature when it feels itself as the kernel of the
    • have just said really intelligible, I must tell you a little about
    • receives with a really devoted Christian heart the theology offered
    • assumed forms that do not really enable it to instil into its
    • otherwise Christianity cannot be the really vital force for our whole
    • is really sound.
    • religious Movement into a real spiritual community in a form suited
    • it possesses from Anthroposophy — although it is true in a real
    • Movements. It is really not a matter today of going forward with a
    • matter, they may really be able to do so. When, therefore, there is
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    • knowledge that can bring to realization what Goethe already divined:
    • ideal can be realized. But it is just the patient devotion to the
    • will understand what is really the deeper cause of my words. Let me
    • its task, must really carry the whole impulse of the Anthroposophical
    • fulfill its real nature when it feels itself as the kernel of the
    • have just said really intelligible, I must tell you a little about
    • receives with a really devoted Christian heart the theology offered
    • assumed forms that do not really enable it to instil into its
    • otherwise Christianity cannot be the really vital force for our whole
    • is really sound.
    • religious Movement into a real spiritual community in a form suited
    • it possesses from Anthroposophy — although it is true in a real
    • Movements. It is really not a matter today of going forward with a
    • matter, they may really be able to do so. When, therefore, there is
  • Title: Lecture: The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead
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    • a real event, in the true meaning of the word, because spiritual
    • body, this spatial interior is far more external than the real
    • point out that we really speak of ourselves in an entirely
    • really designate the skin of our face as our interior, and the
    • truth! It would lead us closer to the real truth if we were to say:
    • food into our stomach, we really send it out, we do not send it into
    • towards the outer world, was really turned towards our inner being.
    • really been turned inside out, like an overcoat that can be turned.
    • cannot pass through the real experience of our own birth.
    • we only look upon it spiritually. We must realise that we then
    • really encloses a microcosm, something that is, in reality, a whole
    • new birth, we really exist everywhere in the world; we live in it
    • schematically as it were, a reality of the spiritual world that
    • really requires to be explained in the form of images. In order to
    • reality of the spiritual world, we must first have those images.
    • essence of this life-tableau, we must really say: Everything that we
    • stood before you during the real experience.
    • But in reality, and
    • things, for, in reality, the Gods work within our experiences. We
    • at the most of everything through which we pass. We really experience
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    • a real event, in the true meaning of the word, because spiritual
    • body, this spatial interior is far more external than the real
    • point out that we really speak of ourselves in an entirely
    • really designate the skin of our face as our interior, and the
    • truth! It would lead us closer to the real truth if we were to say:
    • food into our stomach, we really send it out, we do not send it into
    • towards the outer world, was really turned towards our inner being.
    • really been turned inside out, like an overcoat that can be turned.
    • cannot pass through the real experience of our own birth.
    • we only look upon it spiritually. We must realise that we then
    • really encloses a microcosm, something that is, in reality, a whole
    • new birth, we really exist everywhere in the world; we live in it
    • schematically as it were, a reality of the spiritual world that
    • really requires to be explained in the form of images. In order to
    • reality of the spiritual world, we must first have those images.
    • essence of this life-tableau, we must really say: Everything that we
    • stood before you during the real experience.
    • But in reality, and
    • things, for, in reality, the Gods work within our experiences. We
    • at the most of everything through which we pass. We really experience
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  • Title: Lecture: Concerning the Origin and Nature of the Finnish Nation
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    • soul that really constitutes a kind of triad, which, in the case of
    • outwardly; that is to say, a stage in which the soul really feels its
    • Such a nation really existed in
    • time the human being was really formed out of these three soul-parts
    • inducing one to say, it comes along, and one should really be afraid
    • tribes — in reality, they were Norman-German tribes who had to
    • based on the fact that it really prepares the “one-ness”,
    • real Being, that is not the human being, but inspires the human
    • that the souls are really able to say: My sentient soul is influenced
    • to know what the face was really like. We can only understand it if
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    • soul that really constitutes a kind of triad, which, in the case of
    • outwardly; that is to say, a stage in which the soul really feels its
    • Such a nation really existed in
    • time the human being was really formed out of these three soul-parts
    • inducing one to say, it comes along, and one should really be afraid
    • tribes — in reality, they were Norman-German tribes who had to
    • based on the fact that it really prepares the “one-ness”,
    • real Being, that is not the human being, but inspires the human
    • that the souls are really able to say: My sentient soul is influenced
    • to know what the face was really like. We can only understand it if
  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: The Gospel of St. John and Ancient Mysteries
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    • to serve and help mankind. They had to be men who would make real the
    • ability to realize and grasp. It was no dry and abstract Wisdom that
    • so as none can describe or realise who has not himself been
    • over into reality the world which he there experiences. When in
    • victory over death, and that death is never a reality.
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    • ability to realize and grasp. It was no dry and abstract Wisdom that
    • so as none can describe or realise who has not himself been
    • over into reality the world which he there experiences. When in
    • victory over death, and that death is never a reality.
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    • the John Gospel is a kind of poem and does not really deal with the
    • heart, but of really experiencing their meaning, in such a way that
    • realise the tasks lying immediately ahead of us.
    • everywhere, with colours and sounds as real as those of the physical
    • as far as physical substance; their corporeality consists of astral
    • they shared in a very real sense in the spiritual life directed by
    • can have no inkling. Every slave realised: ‘This present life
    • necessary, then, for an age to come when he realised the importance
    • in reality. The Christ will appear on the Earth again in Glory and
    • realise the great dangers lying in materialism, the prevalent nervous
    • took possession of Judas. This is a real fact. Judas fulfilled the
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    • realise the tasks lying immediately ahead of us.
    • everywhere, with colours and sounds as real as those of the physical
    • as far as physical substance; their corporeality consists of astral
    • they shared in a very real sense in the spiritual life directed by
    • can have no inkling. Every slave realised: ‘This present life
    • necessary, then, for an age to come when he realised the importance
    • in reality. The Christ will appear on the Earth again in Glory and
    • realise the great dangers lying in materialism, the prevalent nervous
    • took possession of Judas. This is a real fact. Judas fulfilled the
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    • touch on at least a few of them again tonight. It was never really my
    • really open mind about these things and has come to anthroposophy in
    • to belong to an anthroposophical community to be a real and deep
    • concern of their hearts, something they cannot really do without if
    • ethical-moral and religious being a full inner reality. But it is not
    • with the life about him, as indeed he must, his real desire is to
    • The real truth is that what we have had drummed into us from about
    • may come to realize purely instinctively that the life and practice
    • super-sensible realm as the basis of knowledge. Externalized forms of
    • take on that mission, though it is also true that real human strength
    • real feeling for the fact of our humanness. The term
    • “Anthroposophy” should really be understood as synonymous
    • Society into being. The Society wasn't really founded; it just came
    • that is developing out of some genuine inner reality. An
    • fiddling around where a firm will is what is really needed, one can
    • external life. In other words, one's will really remains connected
    • their outer lives into a life that, while I cannot call it unreal,
    • enemies really suffer from something that resembles a fear of water.
    • born of fearless knowledge and a really strong will. This presupposes
    • in mind. Being a real anthroposophist is the all-important thing.
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    • really open mind about these things and has come to anthroposophy in
    • to belong to an anthroposophical community to be a real and deep
    • concern of their hearts, something they cannot really do without if
    • ethical-moral and religious being a full inner reality. But it is not
    • with the life about him, as indeed he must, his real desire is to
    • The real truth is that what we have had drummed into us from about
    • may come to realize purely instinctively that the life and practice
    • super-sensible realm as the basis of knowledge. Externalized forms of
    • take on that mission, though it is also true that real human strength
    • real feeling for the fact of our humanness. The term
    • “Anthroposophy” should really be understood as synonymous
    • Society into being. The Society wasn't really founded; it just came
    • that is developing out of some genuine inner reality. An
    • fiddling around where a firm will is what is really needed, one can
    • external life. In other words, one's will really remains connected
    • their outer lives into a life that, while I cannot call it unreal,
    • enemies really suffer from something that resembles a fear of water.
    • born of fearless knowledge and a really strong will. This presupposes
    • in mind. Being a real anthroposophist is the all-important thing.
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    • must be understood that in reality it interpenetrates the whole human etheric
    • often said that man really only gains consciousness of things from being
    • We say: we recognize this man. What is it that really takes place in us when
    • of what he experienced previously. We have really to picture to ourselves,
    • evidence of that time. For what I have read to you really speaks of nothing
    • it is easy for us to realise that these forefathers of ours with all their
    • knowledge is really to be attained.
    • necessary that we should possess that really fine attitude of mind that can
    • people do not see how the course of evolution is tending, they do not realize
    • beginning by realising the trend of events — wherever we can, we must
    • themselves. It is thus easy to see where the real fault and blame should lie.
    • make you realise that this is a serious matter. That is why I have permitted
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    • must be understood that in reality it interpenetrates the whole human etheric
    • often said that man really only gains consciousness of things from being
    • We say: we recognize this man. What is it that really takes place in us when
    • of what he experienced previously. We have really to picture to ourselves,
    • evidence of that time. For what I have read to you really speaks of nothing
    • it is easy for us to realise that these forefathers of ours with all their
    • knowledge is really to be attained.
    • necessary that we should possess that really fine attitude of mind that can
    • people do not see how the course of evolution is tending, they do not realize
    • beginning by realising the trend of events — wherever we can, we must
    • themselves. It is thus easy to see where the real fault and blame should lie.
    • make you realise that this is a serious matter. That is why I have permitted
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    • Spiritual science can help us penetrate to a realm where new possibilities
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  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 1: Forgetting
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    • methods. But that is really an exception to the rule, and is only of
    • bear grudges is really based on this, too. Bearing resentment preys
    • happened, that would really do some good. It is a fact and not a
    • enjoyed and desired in life. And the breaking of habit is really
    • regard to the moral realm can bring about the greatest progress in
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 2: Different Types of Illness
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    • Spiritual science can help us penetrate to a realm where new possibilities
    • However it is just the task of a really spiritual movement to awaken
    • Present-day mankind must, above all, realise more and more that man
    • Now I want to say something which will really only be understood by
    • to do with man's health or sickness really is bound up with man's
    • understood when we realise their connection with the nature of the
    • in other words, never really fit; they always have one or another
    • kind of a person is he? If you understand what life really is, then
    • curing people of these, illnesses which are mainly the really
    • have really got to know this aspect of a person, you may have to
    • realise that everything around us in the wide world of the macrocosm
    • Now you will realise that the mixture of peoples affords us a certain
    • whilst they really belong to quite a different field. Above all we
    • after we have first of all dealt with the real origin of
    • For you will see that this really has a
    • being. Up to now we have not had a medical practice that has really
    • a modern form, you must realise that this wisdom is, in some
    • to any insight into the real, spiritual nature of man. What
    • contemporaries in the medical sphere — that is, with any real
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    • Spiritual science can help us penetrate to a realm where new possibilities
    • bringing forth another being of like kind. You must realise, however,
    • at birth and on into childhood human beings were really very similar
    • impressionable. Then he would really be able to take into his
    • doing, and as this is really happening all the time, it has a great
    • influence that came from the surroundings. Human beings were really
    • reality was that this inter-working of the sexes was accompanied by
    • work, through it becoming a really effective factor, the possibility
    • can see that it is really the astral body in particular that is
    • from him the medicine he really needs, then because of certain bad
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 4: Rhythm in the Bodies of Man
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    • this circle outside the realm of the great ego and descending into
    • that we really have to speak of a kind of sinking down into a cosmic
    • laws inherent in the rhythms. At one time it was really like this,
    • powers. But this is really what it was like originally. Thus you can
    • between caricatures of science and real knowledge based on the
    • into every realm of knowledge and life.
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    • Spiritual science can help us penetrate to a realm where new possibilities
    • regularity of the astral body is really there, then the astral body
    • course speaking figuratively, for they are not really rotations but
    • because it is an indisputable fact. It is something that really ought
    • to counterbalance the local upset. There is really a revolution going
    • power to produce a temperature, for in that case, once it had really
    • could be understood. The etheric body really has a tendency that
    • really is a different quarter of the moon at the end of seven days,
    • absolutely conformed to cosmic relationships. Man really was a clock.
    • contains no understanding of real evolution. When a movement today
    • many themes that were really fundamental themes, and how we had to
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    • thirty-sixth, and so on. He really does go through his whole life
    • when he was twenty, so that it really hurt. In his reverse journey
    • you realise you have laid an obstacle in the way of your further
    • kind of connection. Now you will realise that the Kamaloca forces we
    • usually just a mask. In reality the reasons for it are as we have
    • development, for in reality illness is a process of further
    • expression, and what he has learnt from life can really be carried
    • feeling of release that the blockage has really gone and the organ
    • of karma triggers off illness. Therefore we should never really be
    • realisation. Spiritual science will become the great impulse for the
    • ascent of mankind, for mankind's real welfare and real progress.
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    • Spiritual science can help us penetrate to a realm where new possibilities
    • for the very reason that we start from something really commonplace,
    • we shall see that life's riddles really encounter us on all sides,
    • reaches the spirit will really fathom man's real nature. Laughing and
    • to know what laughing and weeping really imply, and therefore ascribe
    • it to animals as well. A person who really observes the soul knows
    • significant events if we want to throw light on the real nature of
    • because this is so, the really human part can only start, little by
    • weeks after birth the child really cannot either laugh or weep in the
    • processes really are. And that is why only a being that is capable of
    • Old Testament ‘Nephesh’. This is really what we call the
    • reality of an expression like this. One can ask what came about
    • that could really become an instrument for an ego and could gradually
    • really enquire into it you will find that laughter can always be
    • speaking this is what is really at the root of laughter. And this is
    • we have shown that really the most everyday things can be understood
    • the ability to portray the gods with real imagination, they portrayed
    • two realms.
    • really living within man, and when a man laughs this spark of God is
    • indiscriminate laughter, or as malicious criticism. For he realises
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    • at these relatively superficially you would realise immediately that
    • considered from another point of view. For we shall really get to
    • etheric body and were beings of a more ethereal nature, having only a
    • are really very little developed with regard to their physical
    • directed by strings from above! And so indeed it was, for the real
    • highest degree ethereal beings with highly developed etheric bodies
    • each of these beings that did not descend but was still ethereal
    • by people that actually lived in the realms of air in a kind of
    • earthly bodies appeared really to be only an addition to their
    • therefore, a real memory of these times is preserved in the Germanic
    • population of Africa. If you look at those things in a really
    • themselves in a physical body. It is very important that we realise
    • not really say this, because they did not reflect in this manner. But
    • These people do not want to learn anything, or really develop
    • remaining stationary at one point, but really advancing in spiritual
    • There were those who really wanted to develop their egos, and who
    • were always taking in new things, and by so doing they really became
    • then in the anthroposophical movement we shall really find the right
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    • distinct and vanish after a while. What is really taking place there?
    • with a tail. The physical seed is really only a denser point in the
    • have just realised that man receives new possibilities of development
    • gradually begin to realise their depth. Where does all that is
    • really falls into two parts, with no distinguishing line between
    • this spirit of the age is a real being. The spirits of the age, who
    • such a way that they really help our further development is due to
    • really further his evolution.
    • can never really explain world evolution. Only when we add to
    • something new to existing relationships, do we arrive at a real
    • as it really is. Only by this means shall we arrive at accurate
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    • caused by this realisation the power is acquired to change conditions
    • become reality on the physical plane exist as forces and effects in
    • Vision of spiritual realities gradually lost by human souls in the
    • Old Sun. The death on Golgotha was only seemingly a death; in reality
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    • will have realised what
    • you to realise that there must be complete truthfulness and deep
    • different angle, and indeed we cannot begin really to know anything
    • undertake further spiritual research into this realm and to present
    • this realm. In addition to all other demands to which only very brief
    • this inflow of spiritual knowledge to be a reality. Hence the further
    • experiences the realities of the spiritual world in a very definite
    • way. But he also experiences these realities through Initiation; he
    • the physical plane it is really only in the domain of artistic
    • practical accomplishments in that realm depend upon the establishment
    • world, we must be uninterruptedly active if we really desire
    • can also be called ‘visions’. But we must realise that
    • sense, are not the imagery of dream but realities. Let us take a
    • this vision is not a dream; we know that it is reality. When we
    • realm through which men journey after death, Homer calls it the
    • realm of the Shades in which no change is possible’.
    • Here once again I realised that we can rightly understand much that
    • of men. This attitude makes it possible to realise how the progress
    • directly and realistically from life. The artist has succeeded in
    • for instance. Homer speaks of the spiritual realm, a realm of the
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    • help everyone to realise that this ‘I’-consciousness can
    • realise that as a human being never fulfils his ideal value, his ‘I’
    • is really occupied throughout his life in reducing his own value, in
    • you will realise that between birth and death it is possible for man
    • reason that he is not, in the real sense, conscious in these members
    • passed through the gate of death becomes in the real sense a Mercury
    • individuals who during their life on Earth came to realise that
    • divine-spiritual reality. On the other hand, anyone who is a
    • realisation of the Divine element that can flow into all human souls.
    • not on the level of certain other faiths. What really matters,
    • Christianity is rightly understood only when it is realised that it
    • be made between knowledge of Christian tenets and the reality
    • understand his words can realise something of what they mean,
    • between knowledge and reality, it must nevertheless be said that he
    • this is not what really matters; what does matter is that such
    • a person knows the reality of Christianity — in the sense that
    • reality of Christianity. Not until Christians become so truly
    • between the reality of Christianity and an understanding
    • gradually acquire. But the reality itself has come to pass;
    • able to realise but does not always do so. One of the most beautiful
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    • caused by this realisation the power is acquired to change conditions
    • become reality on the physical plane exist as forces and effects in
    • between us. It is important to realise that after death we are not in
    • realise the wrong I committed, but I cannot rectify it and must rely
    • It is really only an individual who has remained on the physical
    • Such things certainly happen but we must realise that they are very
    • Without realising it he may even be longing for Anthroposophy. In
    • We realise from this that when Anthroposophy actually
    • world and the spiritual world cannot be built until we realise that
    • I want to make you aware of how little a man really knows about the
    • reality only. But an example will show that a very great deal is
    • implicit in this external reality. Suppose one day we leave home
    • All these possibilities which do not become reality on
    • karma just presented holds good only for the world of realities
    • represented by the physical realities and that our actual experiences
    • in his thoughts but only in his feelings. He may realise that he
    • some reality in the spiritual world. In teaching us that in the life
    • therefore, Anthroposophy succeeds in making a real effect upon
    • spiritual world. It is essential to realise that Anthroposophy
    • fulfils its task in the real sense only when it permeates the souls
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    • not as things are on Earth, when man does not really know his own
    • what is learnt from anatomy or biology conveys no real knowledge of
    • were outspread and what he perceives is really the centre. He looks
    • the centre. Translated into terms of spiritual reality, this is
    • that is really very similar to life between death and rebirth,
    • only one aspect of the matter, as we can realise if we consider from
    • spiritual reality connected with the passage of a constellation such
    • spiritual reality in cosmic space. Something came into their
    • cognisant of the reality. A man of the modern age does not know that
    • Bear; they ‘felt’ the astral reality and experienced
    • focal points, this was in keeping with the reality — which was
    • realised how the astral body and the Ego experience what is happening
    • was no longer able to perceive anything of the spiritual realities in
    • and through with spirituality. The same applies to his realisation
    • the Great Bear and enable them to experience as realities the
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    • realise that in his previous incarnation he was a Christian pupil in
    • before the temptation of Lucifer. Let us realise that, in accordance
    • realities of cosmic space itself and we will consider a particular
    • then we shall realise how infinitely wise was the contract between
    • in the realm beyond birth and death.
    • realise why the Buddha had necessarily to precede Christ Jesus, and
    • will realise that before human souls pass into physical existence
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    • these periods. But this ‘1’, the real, true ‘I’,
    • simply extinguished. The real, true ‘I’ lies much deeper,
    • much, much deeper! How can we form an idea of this real ‘I’,
    • when he is still crawling on the floor. The real ‘I’ —
    • walk, to speak and to think? The actor is the real, true ‘I’!
    • Now let us observe what this real ‘I’ does.
    • reason for this is that after the exertions made by his real ‘I’
    • in his earliest years of speaking and thinking in the real sense, are
    • him, to begin with, a perverted form. These Spirits ought really to
    • life would realise: You are a warrior; you are aware of your
    • is, in fact, a Medusa head. This is a very real phenomenon. The
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    • It is really as if until the seventh year of his life the human being
    • innermost realm of being. The outermost manifestation, the form, is
    • spiritual to the corporeal, from within outwards and is of interest
    • lectures is to acquire a really fundamental understanding of man's
    • course of evolution. If we realise this, it will, become evident that
    • errors.’ To realise this, however, is not as important as it is
    • be regarded as realities, for a world of swirling thoughts does
    • reality? You may remember that I have spoken of certain spiritual
    • is to be a beggar in the upper world than a king in the realm of the
    • might be a life in the real sense. This new impulse streamed into the
    • realise that a rich and abundant spiritual life streams from the
    • public opinion is intelligible only when it is realised that this is
    • assume importance, the Buddha-realm was established in the Mars
    • between death and rebirth man passes through this Buddha-realm on
    • there are many who realise the uselessness of adopting a one-sided
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    • Vision of spiritual realities gradually lost by human souls in the
    • real light upon his essential nature and being. For when we look
    • from then until the moment of waking he really sees nothing at all.
    • the real sense, we cannot penetrate it to any depth. We direct our
    • is really observing in the world that which amounts in his own
    • human kingdom. But then we know that the essential realities which we
    • everything except the real being of man, through the spiritual
    • is extremely difficult to describe these conditions and it can really
    • them with something that is invisible. In reality we see only the
    • earthly realm itself. Everything else stems from cosmic, not from
    • it is then that we realise for the first time why the physical body —
    • impossible for the soul to see or detect spiritual reality in the
    • itself with colours as such. In reality it takes no account of the
    • the reality. You can find books on physics and even on physiology
    • will have lost real interest in the world of light and radiant colour
    • coming into being for a further existence, he may realise that this
    • to realise: something will be lacking in that body but I cannot
    • realisation of being vitally involved in the necessities of existence
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    • unable to cope with life in this physical world. In the real sense we
    • need in order to realise how these different Beings approach us and
    • realise how impossible it is to say that we can wait until death
    • whether indeed we shall encounter any reality at all after death. Our
    • relationship to that reality depends upon whether in earthly life we
    • realise from this how Karma works over from one life to the next. In
    • when faced with reality. Here is an example: A certain free-thinking
    • incarnations. And we realise again and again what nonsense it is to
    • they have not really gone away from us but we remain connected with
    • living their influences into the realm of the dead.
    • acquired here — these feelings are the really important element
    • realise, however, how false it is to believe that without any
    • moves over the Earth he will bear within his soul the realisation of
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    • Old Sun. The death on Golgotha was only seemingly a death; in reality
    • sense-impressions bring into the soul and then try to realise how
    • comparatively vivid, and you will realise how pale they have already
    • the soul gradually realises that it is nonsense to wish for
    • realise that endeavours were made to describe this region first from
    • Soul-Force’, you will realise that the inner experiences
    • Earth belongs to the actual material realm and causes the mineral
    • kingdom to appear as a purely material realm is due to the fact that
    • sole reality, the ‘struggle for existence’ was regarded
    • thoughts are real beings.”
    • the physical, corporeal reality as a unity, to which we have
    • Land of Spirit it is an immediate reality, one which grows ever
    • know more and more clearly in this realm that in his own inner being
    • that book. We shall realise that our studies during the Winter were
    • you will realise that the Buddha-impulse has its place in the lowest
    • not be undergone in any realm where the spatial relationship to the
    • Earth and also from the Sun. These distant realms are described in
    • Earth, for the soul begins to realise the great cosmic significance
    • to live in companionship in realms beyond the Saturn region progress
    • brought into the Earth from the realms beyond the Saturn region. What
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    • really to be handed — as is revealed to us when from the
    • Mysteries — it is really to be handed to the human being who
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    • world. Then we realise that during the centuries before and after the
    • so ranked), then we are bound to say: These conquests in the realm of
    • of existence in external, spatial terms, have really developed very
    • the realm of ideas, and on the other hand the secrets bound up with
    • realise that as the story of the event on Golgotha became known in
    • discerns the grandeur of thought, one discerns also its unreality.
    • materialists, who refuse to ascribe to thought any primal reality of
    • its own, should really prefer to prohibit it. For if the natural
    • world is the only real world, thought can only falsify it. It is only
    • remarkably little is really known about it, but from the available
    • — and if one hopes that this thinking really can reach the
    • Sophia, the Divine Wisdom, now wanders through the realms of space
    • and permeates everything that comes into being in the realms of
    • This Demiurgos is the real arch-creator and sustainer of
    • understanding will come to realise through the external documents
    • really charming!”
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    • spiritual chronicle of the time, then we must say that no real truth
    • everything earthly and comes from spiritual realms; such a Being can
    • that works in the realms of humanity. But the Christ Being could find
    • finding their way to a real understanding of what is happening.
    • What really went on in the souls of the Sibyls must be
    • real mysteries of the Universe.
    • perfectly lucid, but far removed from real spiritual life. But the
    • the standpoint of Spiritual Science, really leaves one standing
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    • centre. What is really meant by the themes will then gradually
    • the physical Earth, but in pre-earthly spiritual realms. And then,
    • really human.
    • the realm of the human senses, and evolution could go on normally for
    • really sees this Being, in the spring time of his evolution —
    • what it really was. Among the Egyptian-Chaldean peoples of the epoch
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    • were becoming manifest in the realm of sense existence. In the
    • manifestation of these Earth-forces. In this realm the Bible shows us
    • What were these prophets really striving for? Let us try
    • connected with subconscious realms of the soul. Let us recall how
    • expression of Geology. If one really feels how the oil penetrates the
    • As we said, Paul's activity extends through the realm of the
    • olive tree and to let its aura inspire him in that geographical realm
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    • first, as occult, i.e. hidden, reality.
    • speculation, or into realms where we can very easily be borne away
    • they appeared in the course of really a good many years, during which
    • glorious in Nature; from his mother's teaching he really learnt
    • make a really conscientious study of what external scholarship has to
    • really something like a resurrection of the Astrology of the third
    • gold-gleaming vessel in its reality is to be found, so that through
  • Title: Christ and the Spiritual World: Lecture Six
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    • realise that the whole of Hebrew antiquity tried with all its might
    • wonderful harmony, in the realm of the senses as well as in the
    • down from the realm of the higher Hierarchies. The Beings of those
    • Virgin Mother; and a host of Angels awaits it again in the realm of
    • realm of human history, in so far as human history is sustained by
    • the external aspect of the real deeds of Christ, which are themselves
    • Grail became invisible in Europe, it was carried to the realm of
    • realms He had permeated Jesus of Nazareth in order to journey to the
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    • our consciousness is concerned, if we really want to understand our
    • invisible to the outer eye, we must realise that the cock's crowing has
    • of the dream as what she really experienced in sleep. We must realise
    • that the woman cannot really see into the experiences she has had
    • it really was: something which induces her to insert into sleep-life
    • real experience in sleep. For this reason the time sequence does not
    • appear as it really runs; but these pictures drawn over her sleep life
    • itself a reality but no true reflection, and merely points to the fact
    • the work. One must realise that the student, knowing he would not
    • man's world of reality. Now what light can spiritual science shed on
    • that this calculation based on reasoning, this subtraction, is really
    • lead him to conclude life is worthless. From this we must realise (I
    • towards some definite thing not really belonging to the essential part
    • soul had no longing. Hence the soul was denied what it really desired.
    • consciousness, we must on the other hand realise that we make our
    • comprehensive picture replaces his perception — he realises how
    • barely a thousand are realised on the surface of existence, and these
    • what later appears in life — with what becomes reality. This
    • reason can grasp to the realm of Imagination. Just as when we descend
    • from the realm of outer realities to that of manifold possibilities, do
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    • our consciousness is concerned, if we really want to understand our
    • invisible to the outer eye, we must realise that the cock's crowing has
    • of the dream as what she really experienced in sleep. We must realise
    • that the woman cannot really see into the experiences she has had
    • it really was: something which induces her to insert into sleep-life
    • real experience in sleep. For this reason the time sequence does not
    • appear as it really runs; but these pictures drawn over her sleep life
    • itself a reality but no true reflection, and merely points to the fact
    • the work. One must realise that the student, knowing he would not
    • man's world of reality. Now what light can spiritual science shed on
    • that this calculation based on reasoning, this subtraction, is really
    • lead him to conclude life is worthless. From this we must realise (I
    • towards some definite thing not really belonging to the essential part
    • soul had no longing. Hence the soul was denied what it really desired.
    • consciousness, we must on the other hand realise that we make our
    • comprehensive picture replaces his perception — he realises how
    • barely a thousand are realised on the surface of existence, and these
    • what later appears in life — with what becomes reality. This
    • reason can grasp to the realm of Imagination. Just as when we descend
    • from the realm of outer realities to that of manifold possibilities, do
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    • line is really the hidden part of human nature. If we wish to study
    • in themselves had also real validity externally. Spinoza creates a
    • which is supposed to be a reality. How does something thought out by
    • man as monad exist at the same time as a reality in the outer world?
    • the evolution of philosophy; it really and truly lives within
    • the fact that he did not realise he grasped the spirit in logic, in
    • was realised by another: Goethe realised it and represented it in his
    • face him consciously, really recognising and comprehending his
    • recognised by Spiritual Science. Just reflect that in reality a Being
    • passes through the etheric body, the sentient body etc., a real,
    • really animates it. What dry wood for instance, is the usual
    • that this figure of Lucifer is really perceived, fashioned in a
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    • line is really the hidden part of human nature. If we wish to study
    • in themselves had also real validity externally. Spinoza creates a
    • which is supposed to be a reality. How does something thought out by
    • man as monad exist at the same time as a reality in the outer world?
    • the evolution of philosophy; it really and truly lives within
    • the fact that he did not realise he grasped the spirit in logic, in
    • was realised by another: Goethe realised it and represented it in his
    • face him consciously, really recognising and comprehending his
    • recognised by Spiritual Science. Just reflect that in reality a Being
    • passes through the etheric body, the sentient body etc., a real,
    • really animates it. What dry wood for instance, is the usual
    • that this figure of Lucifer is really perceived, fashioned in a
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    • civilisation all knowledge has been lost. To realise the loss we need
    • Initiation-science we must again learn to realise that our planetary
    • behind the myths and sagas, and we realise with wonder and awe that a
    • Moon-mystery of the universe — we realise that these Beings who
    • realities, of spirit and soul hidden in this fortress has been lost.
    • of the Moon, to knowledge of what the Moon is in reality, whereas all
    • receive the happenings in the universe into the realm of soul, and
    • into dream-pictures. In reality, therefore, the whole sphere of Venus
    • approach the real mysteries of heredity.
    • man free in the realm of his own memory. Thereupon the influence of
    • any greater coercion, man is free, in a certain respect, in the realm
    • spirit and soul. In that realm it is the power which imbues with
    • in which freedom becomes a luminous reality in the universe; and at
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    • civilisation all knowledge has been lost. To realise the loss we need
    • Initiation-science we must again learn to realise that our planetary
    • behind the myths and sagas, and we realise with wonder and awe that a
    • Moon-mystery of the universe — we realise that these Beings who
    • realities, of spirit and soul hidden in this fortress has been lost.
    • of the Moon, to knowledge of what the Moon is in reality, whereas all
    • receive the happenings in the universe into the realm of soul, and
    • into dream-pictures. In reality, therefore, the whole sphere of Venus
    • approach the real mysteries of heredity.
    • man free in the realm of his own memory. Thereupon the influence of
    • any greater coercion, man is free, in a certain respect, in the realm
    • spirit and soul. In that realm it is the power which imbues with
    • in which freedom becomes a luminous reality in the universe; and at
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    • universe. The human being of the materialistic age really feels
    • reality. Astronomy has maintained the accepted ideas of a former
    • Our own calendar, instead, shows how matters really stand. But this
    • passes through a unity, through a real unity, a complete whole. The
    • realise, above everything else, that the human being is in part torn
    • would have to investigate what 25,920 days really are. For 25,920 of
    • connection with the heights of the barometer, and it is really
    • really aim at? — He wished to prove that the oscillations of
    • which he bases his statements, and there is always real experience
    • behind them, whereas the majority of people say: “Real
    • science will really be completely at one.
    • and if we once more wish to acquire real concepts in regard to
    • speak of a definite individuality, of a real individual Being. This
    • abstract concept, which has nothing to do with the nation's real and
    • What results from the fact that we really do not refer
    • real Being, also the Being of a nation might be studied in this way,
    • This can really be done! Also the other Beings, that
    • exist besides the human being and that are just as real and
    • the case of Folk-Souls, we must really study the individual
    • Folk-Souls and then we shall have an idea of what they are really
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    • universe. The human being of the materialistic age really feels
    • reality. Astronomy has maintained the accepted ideas of a former
    • Our own calendar, instead, shows how matters really stand. But this
    • passes through a unity, through a real unity, a complete whole. The
    • realise, above everything else, that the human being is in part torn
    • would have to investigate what 25,920 days really are. For 25,920 of
    • connection with the heights of the barometer, and it is really
    • really aim at? — He wished to prove that the oscillations of
    • which he bases his statements, and there is always real experience
    • behind them, whereas the majority of people say: “Real
    • science will really be completely at one.
    • and if we once more wish to acquire real concepts in regard to
    • speak of a definite individuality, of a real individual Being. This
    • abstract concept, which has nothing to do with the nation's real and
    • What results from the fact that we really do not refer
    • real Being, also the Being of a nation might be studied in this way,
    • This can really be done! Also the other Beings, that
    • exist besides the human being and that are just as real and
    • the case of Folk-Souls, we must really study the individual
    • Folk-Souls and then we shall have an idea of what they are really
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    • to ever new achievements in the realm of knowing and in the realm of
    • indeed, in certain realms this took centuries. This Copernican world
    • ashamed of having to take seriously the realm about which
    • kind can be acquired concerning the realm with which anthroposophy
    • the soul, general conceptual beliefs about the realm of the eternal,
    • a really factual knowledge can be developed about the facts that can
    • dealing with a realm in which you could say that the student,
    • flourishing. (Though this is more prevalent in other realms, it is
    • most clearly apparent in the realm of the living.) If the natural
    • literature concerning the realm about which I will be speaking with
    • indicate the path into the realm of facts. This path is generally
    • that has been referred to by a real wrestler with knowledge,
    • of the spiritual investigator are really experiences of knowledge,
    • in sense-perceptible reality, where indeed it breaks in but does so
    • into the spiritual world, can he first acquire real spiritual organs.
    • those struggling for knowledge in real earnest. Countless people
    • inner exercise (if I may use the expression) in order really to
    • necessary, however, if an individual really wishes to make
    • of looking at reality. Spiritual reality does not actually reveal
    • real for you, that the rose is something real. The spiritual
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    • still valued today as a mark of sophistication. It has really become
    • anything on earth but are really only centers of destruction.
    • in its reality.
    • be something lofty or debased depending on the realm in which it
    • disclosed that in the future must really be followed up if the human
    • race is not to experience endless hindrances, really endless horrors.
    • that are not really illnesses but only nervous illnesses, hysterical
    • double is really the creator of all illnesses that have an organic
    • forces that enter more into the realm of the living. All these forces
    • spirit has really very little direct relation to these forces that
    • when the human being must adapt his relationship to him. A really
    • actually the case. The earth is really something that must be called
    • really be accepted by all nations in all regions. For people must
    • person goes to this place, he enters their realm; as soon as he goes
    • elsewhere, he is again outside their realm. For these forces are
    • for spiritual science really to penetrate also into social and
    • everything, to drive everything into the realm of pure naturalism,
    • about what is really active in these matters. And today it is very
    • alone will create real historical understanding. But you see
    • Christian centuries? What exists, however, does not really cease to
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    • spiritual science; for, if the things in the spiritual world really
    • definite aspect (it is, after all, possible to know the real
    • upon the foundation of real knowledge,) it is, on the other hand,
    • will lead us more deeply into the real significance of spiritual
    • science is really in a position to throw light upon such problems of
    • the spiritual world. Indeed, those who are really able to investigate
    • realize that the one who is on the other side has a more intensive
    • things in a really positive way we shall often make the following
    • any way realise what this more encompassing form of consciousness
    • really means to him. We could ask each person: “Why have you
    • some accident. Sometimes we realise to a certain extent how matters
    • a lifeless store of knowledge, but a real treasure of life, something
    • We see, therefore, that spiritual science really
    • which have a real significance only during the time between birth and
    • to grasp his thoughts in the right way, so that they acquire reality,
    • may really use this expression), they will gradually separate
    • how necessary spiritual science really is, how necessary it is that
    • science, to the realization of this grievous situation, the approach
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    • spiritual science; for, if the things in the spiritual world really
    • definite aspect (it is, after all, possible to know the real
    • upon the foundation of real knowledge,) it is, on the other hand,
    • will lead us more deeply into the real significance of spiritual
    • science is really in a position to throw light upon such problems of
    • the spiritual world. Indeed, those who are really able to investigate
    • realize that the one who is on the other side has a more intensive
    • things in a really positive way we shall often make the following
    • any way realise what this more encompassing form of consciousness
    • really means to him. We could ask each person: “Why have you
    • some accident. Sometimes we realise to a certain extent how matters
    • a lifeless store of knowledge, but a real treasure of life, something
    • We see, therefore, that spiritual science really
    • which have a real significance only during the time between birth and
    • to grasp his thoughts in the right way, so that they acquire reality,
    • may really use this expression), they will gradually separate
    • how necessary spiritual science really is, how necessary it is that
    • science, to the realization of this grievous situation, the approach
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    • more real than memory. We bear within us — shall we say —
    • world we make acquaintance with beings who are truly no less real
    • corporeality is ethereal. Just as we go about among physical people
    • aside by the real individuality — sends back his imaginations
    • trivial and all too realistic term — is acting as a
    • there, so that we really carry something of the dead within us. In a
    • entering with sympathy into these real and living feelings, which
    • realize the following. Though to perceive the imaginations which play
    • referring is far more real than that we commonly call real —
    • A further realm which
    • real as we are during our life between birth and death, nay, more so.
    • lowest corporeality — in that which we are wont to call the
    • it. We should, however, realize that the beings who belong to what we
    • egoism. Let us not fail to realize how many relationships we develop
    • as a rule emerge. If, for instance, we followed up the real facts
    • does not see what is living in our souls. For it is really living
    • origin — to its real inner connections.
    • when, generally speaking, they divined far more of the reality of
    • pouring down into the present. If once you learn to study in a real
    • follows. For in reality, strange though it may sound, it is only
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    • more real than memory. We bear within us — shall we say —
    • world we make acquaintance with beings who are truly no less real
    • corporeality is ethereal. Just as we go about among physical people
    • aside by the real individuality — sends back his imaginations
    • trivial and all too realistic term — is acting as a
    • there, so that we really carry something of the dead within us. In a
    • entering with sympathy into these real and living feelings, which
    • realize the following. Though to perceive the imaginations which play
    • referring is far more real than that we commonly call real —
    • A further realm which
    • real as we are during our life between birth and death, nay, more so.
    • lowest corporeality — in that which we are wont to call the
    • it. We should, however, realize that the beings who belong to what we
    • egoism. Let us not fail to realize how many relationships we develop
    • as a rule emerge. If, for instance, we followed up the real facts
    • does not see what is living in our souls. For it is really living
    • origin — to its real inner connections.
    • when, generally speaking, they divined far more of the reality of
    • pouring down into the present. If once you learn to study in a real
    • follows. For in reality, strange though it may sound, it is only
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    • has to be said, for we must lead our thoughts to realize that the
    • to deal with thoughts that are passive. If someone really succeeds in
    • grotesque picture which will help us somehow to realize how different
    • cause real pain.
    • and antipathies is but of really experiencing our own particular
    • that what we know as thinking in the physical sense world is really
    • anything of the real nature of thinking; only a knowledge based on
    • when we are not strong enough to bring forth the real act of will, ‘I
    • correct experience there. No one who is really earnest about gaining
    • really takes place. Ahriman and Lucifer form an alliance; together
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    • has to be said, for we must lead our thoughts to realize that the
    • to deal with thoughts that are passive. If someone really succeeds in
    • grotesque picture which will help us somehow to realize how different
    • cause real pain.
    • and antipathies is but of really experiencing our own particular
    • that what we know as thinking in the physical sense world is really
    • anything of the real nature of thinking; only a knowledge based on
    • when we are not strong enough to bring forth the real act of will, ‘I
    • correct experience there. No one who is really earnest about gaining
    • really takes place. Ahriman and Lucifer form an alliance; together
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    • nothing new of real importance to the fore. This is particularly
    • noticeable in our young people. Not so long ago it was a real
    • You will realize from what was said yesterday that mankind must
    • the realm of the Hierarchies. We must enter into, and live within,
    • beings who, as super-sensible entities, live in the realm of solid
    • of feeling and sensitivity. In this respect we humans are really
    • mainly from a spiritual vision of the realm of the ethers. In this
    • realm live spiritual beings who do not strive to separate from one
    • spiritual reality something completely different from what ought to
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    • nothing new of real importance to the fore. This is particularly
    • noticeable in our young people. Not so long ago it was a real
    • You will realize from what was said yesterday that mankind must
    • the realm of the Hierarchies. We must enter into, and live within,
    • beings who, as super-sensible entities, live in the realm of solid
    • of feeling and sensitivity. In this respect we humans are really
    • mainly from a spiritual vision of the realm of the ethers. In this
    • realm live spiritual beings who do not strive to separate from one
    • spiritual reality something completely different from what ought to
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    • spiritual science does death become a real event in the true meaning
    • external than the real spatial interior.
    • sound, I must nevertheless point out that we really speak of
    • wrong. We should really designate the skin of our face as our
    • closer to the truth! It would lead us closer to the real truth if we
    • when we send food into our stomach, we really send it out, we do not
    • which is now turned towards the outer world, was really turned
    • we have really been turned inside out, like an overcoat that can be
    • we, too, were born. But we cannot pass through the real experience of
    • We must realize that we then look upon the moment of death from the
    • comparison with the whole world, our skin really encloses a
    • microcosm, something that is, in reality, a whole world. Trivially
    • Between death and a new birth we really exist everywhere
    • enable us to explain schematically, as it were, a reality of the
    • spiritual world that really requires to be explained in the form of
    • more deeply into the reality of the spiritual world, we must first
    • must really say: everything that we have experienced during our life
    • during the real experience.
    • But in reality, and from a loftier standpoint, we human
    • shows us the external aspect of things for, in reality, the Gods
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    • spiritual science does death become a real event in the true meaning
    • external than the real spatial interior.
    • sound, I must nevertheless point out that we really speak of
    • wrong. We should really designate the skin of our face as our
    • closer to the truth! It would lead us closer to the real truth if we
    • when we send food into our stomach, we really send it out, we do not
    • which is now turned towards the outer world, was really turned
    • we have really been turned inside out, like an overcoat that can be
    • we, too, were born. But we cannot pass through the real experience of
    • We must realize that we then look upon the moment of death from the
    • comparison with the whole world, our skin really encloses a
    • microcosm, something that is, in reality, a whole world. Trivially
    • Between death and a new birth we really exist everywhere
    • enable us to explain schematically, as it were, a reality of the
    • spiritual world that really requires to be explained in the form of
    • more deeply into the reality of the spiritual world, we must first
    • must really say: everything that we have experienced during our life
    • during the real experience.
    • But in reality, and from a loftier standpoint, we human
    • shows us the external aspect of things for, in reality, the Gods
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    • been referred to, about the greater, real world, which embraces both
    • reality, the concepts, the percepts and ideas which we form
    • plane, we shall have considered it, in reality, in a very inadequate
    • which do indeed penetrate into spiritual realms, to a certain extent,
    • science. It is nonsense. For, in reality, there are no such things as
    • transforms itself, in reality, in one way or another, in a short or a
    • reality, given to the earth; this is given over to the earth. Thus,
    • reality, intimately connected with what human beings leave behind.
    • from you”. We must realise that this is an experience.
    • possibility between death and birth to see, to realise, to grasp the
    • left behind by the dead — is, in reality, always round about
    • literature, so that they are real soul-exercises, and our physical
    • Gradually, we begin to realise that, after all, we live
    • reality, there is no vault above us) but he would feel it above him
    • first to arise out of thoughts. In any real painting, the
    • who simply imitates the model; but, rather the real artist knows
    • to make this distinction. For, you see, the difference is really very
    • in reality, there flows forth all that exists for us on this side of
    • the universal plan — at the same time, it really is more
    • able to see at each step how nonsensical such a conception really is.
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    • been referred to, about the greater, real world, which embraces both
    • reality, the concepts, the percepts and ideas which we form
    • plane, we shall have considered it, in reality, in a very inadequate
    • which do indeed penetrate into spiritual realms, to a certain extent,
    • science. It is nonsense. For, in reality, there are no such things as
    • transforms itself, in reality, in one way or another, in a short or a
    • reality, given to the earth; this is given over to the earth. Thus,
    • reality, intimately connected with what human beings leave behind.
    • from you”. We must realise that this is an experience.
    • possibility between death and birth to see, to realise, to grasp the
    • left behind by the dead — is, in reality, always round about
    • literature, so that they are real soul-exercises, and our physical
    • Gradually, we begin to realise that, after all, we live
    • reality, there is no vault above us) but he would feel it above him
    • first to arise out of thoughts. In any real painting, the
    • who simply imitates the model; but, rather the real artist knows
    • to make this distinction. For, you see, the difference is really very
    • in reality, there flows forth all that exists for us on this side of
    • the universal plan — at the same time, it really is more
    • able to see at each step how nonsensical such a conception really is.
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    • man's real being; and indeed there are numbers who believe that they
    • preliminary. For what is really important is not that the human being
    • the others. It must also be realised that the connections are by no
    • soul. And so a superhuman reality, an all-human reality, came to a
    • really ugly according to the Greek ideal of beauty. And the more
    • The ego is in reality a sculptor and the greatness of what it
    • no longer really suitable for what we ourselves are during the first
    • is now no longer really adapted to the external nature of man and is,
    • through conscious absorption of the realities of the spiritual world,
    • present-day development, for he would not be able to realise the
    • and what took place at the Baptism in Jordan is the reality behind
    • of the soul of childhood but fully permeated with the reality and
    • moved when we realise on the one hand that our physical body is
    • realise that here something has crumbled, has split asunder, and that
    • reality is nothing but a compendium of preconceived ideas, theories
    • realise how fully spiritual knowledge accords with science. And
    • really monumental work presents what may be stated today on the
    • become more and more possible to realise that what we acquire through
    • shall also realise that true observation of the first three years of
    • Golgotha in all its truth and to a real understanding of the words:
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    • man's real being; and indeed there are numbers who believe that they
    • preliminary. For what is really important is not that the human being
    • the others. It must also be realised that the connections are by no
    • soul. And so a superhuman reality, an all-human reality, came to a
    • really ugly according to the Greek ideal of beauty. And the more
    • The ego is in reality a sculptor and the greatness of what it
    • no longer really suitable for what we ourselves are during the first
    • is now no longer really adapted to the external nature of man and is,
    • through conscious absorption of the realities of the spiritual world,
    • present-day development, for he would not be able to realise the
    • and what took place at the Baptism in Jordan is the reality behind
    • of the soul of childhood but fully permeated with the reality and
    • moved when we realise on the one hand that our physical body is
    • realise that here something has crumbled, has split asunder, and that
    • reality is nothing but a compendium of preconceived ideas, theories
    • realise how fully spiritual knowledge accords with science. And
    • really monumental work presents what may be stated today on the
    • become more and more possible to realise that what we acquire through
    • shall also realise that true observation of the first three years of
    • Golgotha in all its truth and to a real understanding of the words:
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    • archangel is really an abnormal spirit of Form working on speech.
    • temperaments of individuals and realises their separate auras as
    • centres of activity or negation. He realises his youth and age in
    • and Matthew. Old Persian realised Ahriman. Old Indian realised
    • Lucifer not Ahriman. The German-Scandinavian realised Lucifer and
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    • body to the soul, and if we desire to gain real knowledge of the
    • speak of Folk-souls as real beings, in the same way as we speak
    • of the real thought, feeling and will of individual human beings. It
    • higher spiritual beings are a reality, something else comes into
    • reality is placed at the foundation of the development of the
    • direction are sought in this reality. Then we descend to the facts
    • peoples in a spiritual reality or renounce such a psychology
    • were taken from the Orient whose real meaning could only be fully
    • which shows how spiritual observation of the really super-sensible
    • part of existence provides at the same time the really practical view
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    • of spiritual knowledge that are really somewhat remote from modern
    • really the case.
    • Homelessness is in reality — or at least it may be
    • this land, something real lives there as well, which would coincide
    • outer senses, but is nevertheless an absolutely real being.
    • a real being such as this. How do we proceed in spiritual science if
    • we wish to form an idea of a real being? A characteristic example of
    • above us, so truly are they realities. Now this reality of theirs is
    • really is: it is a group of persons belonging together, guided by one
    • any reality; it would be still more difficult for him to see a real
    • real being, and indeed none other than one three stages above the
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    • sense also possess a physical body. Their corporeality must be
    • Theosophy, but which is never really understood, at least not in all
    • way within a folk. Now after we have said this, we have in reality
    • really ‘Powers’, they are active upon the earth because
    • this sort takes place in the domains, in the realms where the
    • understand that real physical preliminary conditions are necessary in
    • Beings. These are in reality the physical conditions, naturally they
    • realize his observation of this law of the telescope.
    • is really the work of the Archai which acts in this way and in this
    • really guide human progress by means of intuition?’ They do it
    • reality Spirits of Form. Those are the other Spirits whom we have
    • in reality belated Spirits of Form.
    • consideration, really to define the word ‘folk’. Examine
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    • within, that the three angles are 180 deg. You must realize it
    • yet something real, and that is, the beings belonging to the animal,
    • which then spreads itself out in a world of higher realms, in a realm
    • of spiritual facts, in which it lives just as man lives in the realm
    • in certain respects such a Folk-soul is really rather far removed
    • a human being it is, however, something very real. A man feels keenly
    • Archangels. They are therefore really the intermediaries between the
    • work, here they must take care that these great aims are realized.
    • reality.
    • for history is in reality only an external expression, a maya, for
    • regards certain attributes, really Spirits of Motion, and in respect
    • ground on which are the Spirits of Form, but who are really Spirits
    • learnt to know as the abnormal Spirits of Form, but who in reality
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    • take into consideration that man, such as we know him, is in reality
    • these Beings have really to accomplish in man, only actually comes
    • is developed in man before that time, is in reality to those Spirits
    • one-and-twentieth year, would man really wake up. Then only would he
    • So you see that in reality, if we only take into
    • in reality are Spirits of Motion had not remained behind and
    • period of growth man is in reality under the influence of these
    • ascending third, a middle third and a descending third. Man really
    • had proceeded in that way, man would really have descended to the
    • be no sense according to the real meaning of the word in speaking of
    • really no idea that everything is in a state of evolution, and that
    • removed from the understanding of what does really take place in the
    • the time spent in a really abnormal way on the earth before his
    • we really do come upon remarkable truths.
    • is laid down by law, really does exist, it is a reality, a real
    • that in reality all civilization flows onward, you will then see that
    • youth-forces; but that which calls for productive force really
    • certain stage; then only does his spiritual part really blossom
    • really connected with the fresh youthful forces, which expand man and
    • peninsulas, then we shall realize what feelings must fill us, if we
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    • realm of maya or illusion, that is to say, in the realm of the world
    • really upon which we stand and which offers us resistance? What man
    • what you see outside as the earth's surface is most unreal, it
    • is nothing but illusion. What really is there is a balance of forces,
    • really come into existence? There was a time, which lies far back in
    • real, it approaches all men as an astral effect, coming from without.
    • of Will, who really carve the ground upon which we walk. Then we have
    • Form? What is the real mission of the Earth? If one connects the
    • really added to the three preceding ones, and this fourth is the
    • in reality ‘to make the Trinity into a Quaternary.’ It is
    • the really productive, the inwardly productive element in earthly
    • mission. Then the abnormal Spirits of Form, who are in reality
    • The fabric of Love which is woven as the real mission of
    • still other Spirits weaving from within, who should really be weaving
    • The abnormal Spirits of Form who are really
    • spins and weaves on the Reality, to produce this web, out of which
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    • really recognize seven of these normal Spirits of Form in the entire
    • that, in reality, you have only to look for six Spirits of Form or
    • Form, who are really Spirits of Motion, the equilibrium should not be
    • from the abnormal Spirits of Form, who are really Spirits of Motion.
    • centre of the Earth, really produce what we know as the five
    • that which really makes him into man; and when he looks up to what is
    • ‘Solar Plexus’, therefore not really in the higher
    • certain way to a real conclusion, to a dying away. The expression of
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    • be comprehensible to you if you call to mind that in reality this
    • people had received a mission which was really of quite special
    • it would never lead to a real understanding of the world, to a
    • teachings and impulses which underlie esoteric Christianity; the real
    • age of civilization, in which we now are, is really ruled by a Spirit
    • who was united with a real Archai of the fifth post-Atlantean age of
    • now lies over Central Germany, but is really situated above the
    • which at the present time are really only still expressed in the
    • Scandinavian mythology for the comprehension of the real, inner being
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    • appears in a like manner in another, and so on. To one who really
    • form an idea of what this difference consisted in we must realize
    • the special forces into consideration and realize what the figures
    • After we have realized this, we shall admit that the
    • and spoke of a sort of Unity of the Godhead, because he really looked
    • looked into a weaving and life of real spiritual Powers, at a time
    • certain degree of clairvoyance, really saw this. He could see Odin
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    • what lay behind them in the spiritual world was the true reality;
    • you are then, in the act of cognition, always really dealing with two
    • long before they became conscious of the real inner striving towards
    • the real kernel of the human being, can enter into the most varied
    • The spiritual science of all ages, that really knows the facts,
    • clairvoyantly, he was really able to see these two powers, and he
    • form. Because the Northman could then see the reality, he saw that
    • symbolical description, but he sees real entities, Beings.
    • mysteriously, Who really plays a definite part only in the ‘Twilight
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    • God who really presented him with the individual ‘ I ’.
    • relationship, — and this connection really exists, although
    • before the ‘ I ’ was seen and realized, and
    • was less real, as it were, less objective, it bore less of the stamp
    • of reality. Whereas in the old Indian culture there was a more direct
    • image of the reality, which, as I have said, was like a memory of
    • from within, if we realize that in this culture what is important in
    • realities, it would have been impossible for him to make the strange
    • You really obtain an occult, scientific, poetic
    • disputes, and which in reality rest upon great misunderstandings, is
    • realized Christ in His complete form. This can, however, only be done
    • nature, both really working together, so that they do not merely form
    • existence of, not an imaginary, but a spiritually real Indian
    • there is really no greater contrast than this conception by Solovioff
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    • such as really is the case in no other mythology. Thus perhaps some
    • does not know that this event really did occur, will understand what
    • northern people by means of these pictures, really comes from the
    • real progress of the human development of higher spiritual forces.
    • as to whether a spiritual, vital feeling really fills the spiritual
    • mankind in a newer etheric vision, which in reality refers to the
    • Occidentalism into that which we look upon as the real life-blood of
    • really active in the sense of the Christ-Principle. As this is
    • For finally the knowledge we gather must really work in our feelings
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    • from cosmic spheres into the realm of earth-existence, bringing with them “the
    • understand man in his real being only when we relate him to the whole
    • which took place in the nineteenth century, it is no longer rooted in reality.
    • and will have realised that one of the great events in earthly
    • Let me put it in this way. It was a very real question for
    • Should he be sent down to the earth or be left to pass his existence in a realm
    • freedom. Before the separation of the moon he was not, in the real sense a
    • rooted in reality. It has only a picture-existence. When the man of today
    • rooted in reality at all. More and more they move about in a shadowy existence
    • altogether devoid of the sense for reality. He lives within a spiritual
    • and thousands of years ahead. But this is mere illusion. In reality it is by no
    • to such mighty events of the realm of existence beyond the earth. He must not
    • understand the real nature and being of man. The mineral world is the only
    • realm which the shadowy human intellect is to a certain degree capable of
    • reality are nothing but a great world-question. His intellect cannot begin to
    • grasp the real nature of plant or animal, and least of all that of the human
    • of soul were drawn into the realm of earth-existence — since the end of the
    • cosmic realms beyond the earth they come down to the earth and enter into a
    • so now Vulcan Beings are actually coming into the realm of earthly existence.
    • and Mercury, but they are already pressing forward into the realm of
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    • from cosmic spheres into the realm of earth-existence, bringing with them “the
    • understand man in his real being only when we relate him to the whole
    • which took place in the nineteenth century, it is no longer rooted in reality.
    • and will have realised that one of the great events in earthly
    • Let me put it in this way. It was a very real question for
    • Should he be sent down to the earth or be left to pass his existence in a realm
    • freedom. Before the separation of the moon he was not, in the real sense a
    • rooted in reality. It has only a picture-existence. When the man of today
    • rooted in reality at all. More and more they move about in a shadowy existence
    • altogether devoid of the sense for reality. He lives within a spiritual
    • and thousands of years ahead. But this is mere illusion. In reality it is by no
    • to such mighty events of the realm of existence beyond the earth. He must not
    • understand the real nature and being of man. The mineral world is the only
    • realm which the shadowy human intellect is to a certain degree capable of
    • reality are nothing but a great world-question. His intellect cannot begin to
    • grasp the real nature of plant or animal, and least of all that of the human
    • of soul were drawn into the realm of earth-existence — since the end of the
    • cosmic realms beyond the earth they come down to the earth and enter into a
    • so now Vulcan Beings are actually coming into the realm of earthly existence.
    • and Mercury, but they are already pressing forward into the realm of
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    • Ideals and assured reality. Souls after death and their
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    • occasion I should take a theme concerning that Being who in the realm
    • the astral body. In reality our Earth-evolution, in all its phases
    • asking whether those who really understand Christianity are justified
    • because one has not risen to real knowledge of him. In the true
    • really not at all — for behind this passage a great mystery is
    • elements. Will holds sway in the Earth evolution. That is really the
    • powers, to be able to realize the meaning of the Earth.
    • What is the real meaning of this?
    • the real meaning of human immortality. Many today speak of
    • world than a king in the realm of the shades.” Here we have
    • in the realm of the feelings. We must admit to ourselves that the
    • soul, we realize that our human soul would no longer be a human soul
    • event drawn from the mysterious realms of nature take place —
    • real gain for the human soul, and that when we consider the
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    • As we live through the day and realize all that we owe
    • reality of the world-order. We may not always consciously realize it,
    • should reply that the reality of the world-order seems to us assured;
    • flowering will emerge into full reality.
    • external reality, there is something in face of which we need a
    • important to our souls than external reality. It is our ideals which
    • precious. And when we look at the assured reality of external life,
    • we are often troubled by the thought: does this reality include
    • realization of our ideals?
    • fact that people doubt more or less strongly in the realization of
    • reality in the same way as the plant-seeds of this year foretell next
    • a potential which next year will yield a manifest reality on the
    • look in vain for anything that can give them assured reality. When we
    • nothing to give me, for I have all the real world to look at” —
    • otherwise be seen in contemplating spiritual reality, one does not
    • spiritual reality.
    • spiritual world to find her real identity. Not as early as 1907, but
    • realization of our spiritual ideals, worked down out of the spiritual
    • when we realize the Christ within us in all that we know, and when we
    • regard to our ideals that they really do not bear us forward to the
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    • adapted for gaining a really deep inner understanding of the wider
    • or by their results, this signifies that sin and guilt really kill
    • to hate them? I really don't know what to do about them.”
    • Just as in the realm of electricity positive and negative electricity
    • entered into the corporeality of Jesus of Nazareth. Thus in Christ we
    • Christ merely an earthly being is present, not a Being whose realm is
    • question over in your minds many times in order to get at its real
    • more deeply about it, we can see that he will not really wish it
    • What is it that Christ on the Cross of Golgotha really
    • lectures I have called attention to the fact that Christ really did
    • reality knows nothing about Christ, should have made the most
    • permeation with the Christ Impulse is the soul capable of really
    • So let us realize that Karma will not be taken from us,
    • Golgotha. Now we must, of course, realize clearly that all this
    • to make a deep impression. What really underlies such a picture? Let
    • realize that Christianity is in full accord with the idea of Karma.
    • they really think and feel: “If I can only redeem myself
    • really Christian to think that I may do whatever I like and that
    • to realize that by so doing they are putting the Christ in the human
    • something or other of which he really knows nothing? Much indeed will
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    • revelations, but in such a form that their real inner meaning is
    • Corporeally we kill the air; we kill also the rays of light which
    • warmth. We then enter the realm where we speak of warmth-ether, of
    • spirit. With his soul he really belongs to the region of the Music of
    • following way. It can realize that there was once a time when man was
    • “Am I really a soul without Christ?” man asks himself,
    • When the soul of man really lives into Christ, feeling
    • we must really receive the Christ into our souls.
    • being said today (and it is really the same, only seen from two
    • And if we have inwardly realized this “Not I, but Christ in
    • reality, but our soul must feel that it will rise again with the
    • Christ; but it is on Jupiter that man will realize what it means to
    • soul realizes: “I have understood my guilt and sins in such a
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    • the area of the outer material life; however, it is really in the
    • Is it really true what many believe, that
    • people grow strong by working against a resistance? Is it really
    • this question first. Now let us ask ourselves what human life really
    • science of today does not really teach anymore what was taught a
    • not the fighting but the mutual help, which was the real stimulus to
    • they really did and if it was ever shown that one can be an idealist
    • of mutual help and became the means of real progress. Today “expert
    • in the realm of jurisprudence. However, it is impossible to work
    • as strong as possible, but the question is can we really become
    • strong without love? He who really develops to a true soul
    • highest sense, reality. Because of this spiritual scientists are not
    • spoken allegorically but must be taken as a full reality.
    • spiritual life took the place of the real in-each-other feelings.
    • this worldview know that fighting has never achieved any real results
    • us a higher reality, and it is this consciousness of a higher
    • reality, which brings us ahead in putting into effect the mutual help
    • are not really willing to apply this principle ourselves.
    • really listen completely to the other, not only listen to the word
    • one's soul. Then it becomes a reality. The greatness of the spiritual
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    • the area of the outer material life; however, it is really in the
    • Is it really true what many believe, that
    • people grow strong by working against a resistance? Is it really
    • this question first. Now let us ask ourselves what human life really
    • science of today does not really teach anymore what was taught a
    • not the fighting but the mutual help, which was the real stimulus to
    • they really did and if it was ever shown that one can be an idealist
    • of mutual help and became the means of real progress. Today “expert
    • in the realm of jurisprudence. However, it is impossible to work
    • as strong as possible, but the question is can we really become
    • strong without love? He who really develops to a true soul
    • highest sense, reality. Because of this spiritual scientists are not
    • spoken allegorically but must be taken as a full reality.
    • spiritual life took the place of the real in-each-other feelings.
    • this worldview know that fighting has never achieved any real results
    • us a higher reality, and it is this consciousness of a higher
    • reality, which brings us ahead in putting into effect the mutual help
    • are not really willing to apply this principle ourselves.
    • really listen completely to the other, not only listen to the word
    • one's soul. Then it becomes a reality. The greatness of the spiritual
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    • has originated in what are really quite modern times, and we shall
    • beautiful, but it is a diversion from the real birth-mystery of
    • name of Christ — in reality, however, it is not Christ on Whom
    • principle lead us back. In reality that which is only a Jehovah,
    • misused at the present time, and we shall not acquire the real depth
    • flow together into a single human feeling when we realize that what
    • the inner being of man. We must found that which is really man's true
    • nature. And the real nature of man must speak to us of the world's
    • again to develop a true, a real humanity in their common life. They
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    • reality a kind of preparation — they were a preparatory stage
    • really children's faces. We can imagine that the child Jesus has come
    • Ahriman-Typhon is active. Now, we must realise that modern man is
    • other branches of natural science, and we must realise that the
    • Typhon-Ahriman. We must realise that through the force of the Christ
    • content of the Christmas Mystery. We must realise that in the 19th
    • man. Let him realise that first of all he must seek Isis, in order
    • as a phrase, celebrating it without any true feeling. Do we really
    • set out together. Let us realise this most intimate and dear task,
    • To this end it must really be so among us that one helps
    • the other in love, so that a real community of souls arises in which
    • this and say together: Let us realise this and work together with
    • Christmas. If we cannot realise this, we shall not understand
    • really means. Nothing will grow out of this community if we merely
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    • will turn our attention to these two directions whence, in reality,
    • as the mineral and plant kingdoms in their spiritual reality. It was
    • you will realise that the world around the Greek did not appear to
    • What really underlay this faculty of perception? During
    • We realise the profundity and significance of the
    • the spiritual realisation to the living Christ. Men must learn to
    • community must realise that it is one of the most needed of all
    • Just as man, the knower, must realise that his thinking,
    • man does not realise through the permeation of his being by Christ
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    • without really getting to know and understand them. Through the
    • ancient times in human evolution with real insight, undeluded by the
    • a spiritual reality has gone the opposite way. The other kind of
    • highlands, if we want really to understand the nature of these
    • once again to unfold real visions.. The mathematical and mechanical
    • What is the human being in reality? Efforts were made to understand
    • really be so, something else must, after all, be working in man,”
    • conceived at all, but only his sheath. Nor is there any realisation
    • modern striving for knowledge there is no real understanding of
    • inner penetration of the realities, so that it is certainly not a
    • realise the meaning of ancient mythologies and ancient mythological
    • of ingenious explanations are given because real Initiation-wisdom
    • never tells what the substance of the Soma-drink really is. Many
    • really is, although a large number of people drink this Soma-juice by
    • existence but that it is not really known what the learned alchemists
    • But it must be realised that today we see the world
    • said: People of today realise that a great deal goes on in the
    • anything real about the inner connections of the world.
    • most men really want in their conscious being struggles to make
    • interests are not yet really united with each other.”
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    • the place where that super-sensible life of the spirit is realised, by
    • spiritual reality. We did not try to bring forth certain views out of
    • contradiction, however, does not really exist. We have a brilliant
    • really to become acquainted with spiritual science, instead of
    • spiritual reality, to the narrowly limited natural-scientific
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    • artistic form of the building it is sought to realise that for
    • something which does not exist, and which, if it were really so, the
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    • in the sense that spirit is to us something real and actual, whereas
    • first Christian centuries. But one who really learns what our spiritual
    • complete misunderstanding of the real aims of this spiritual science or
    • quite a different method of thought. It is necessary to realise what it
    • real essence it remains unknown. But by using certain exercises, the
    • then we realise that we have within us a second human being in a far
    • notice that in man there lives a real spectator of his thoughts and
    • is a reality. In our will there lives something which is perpetually
    • knows it to be a reality, just as the objects of sense are realities.
    • realities; what is attained by a developed will, is not ordinary
    • sun.” Nevertheless, what appears so fantastic is really only
    • may be really studied.
    • learns to know spiritual facts, these are realities in a far higher
    • be carefully kept in view, if we wish to understand the real
    • In real spiritual
    • cannot himself investigate spiritually, really need not see that the
    • body to turn to the dead in such a way that a real connection is made
    • were talking about the religion of the Anthroposophists! In reality
    • spiritual science we are led to real spiritual beings, and to the real
    • real spiritual beings, we arrive at being able completely to understand
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    • dreams were expressions of reality, the men belonging to that ancient
    • mirror reality, through the very nature of the Imaginations of the
    • it is true, of any external, material reality nor of any historical
    • reality, but of a spiritual world lying hidden behind the physical
    • Goethe was really the last survivor
    • together. Goethe had striven to deepen his realization that all the
    • the thoughts which in reality other Beings are thinking —
    • in reality, that is, of the previous Summer. Only what surrounds
    • realize: It is in what is united with the earth that we must seek the
    • divine-spiritual-super-sensible reality, and when, understanding what
    • illumined. For it is indeed so when he realizes that once in the
    • character. Indeed the principle of aristocracy really had its origin
    • which really makes them man, is their inner store of thoughts. And
    • spiritual-super-sensible reality in man must take place at a time not
    • union with the Cosmos. But if we today would realize with inner
    • Christmas thought, my dear friends, for there is a real need today to
    • that are really to blame for the great calamity into which human
    • civilization has drifted today. It is there that much of the real
    • unwillingness to realize the necessity of renewal — the need,
    • previous year; so that in reality the new year can begin in March at
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    • dreams were expressions of reality, the men belonging to that ancient
    • mirror reality, through the very nature of the Imaginations of the
    • it is true, of any external, material reality nor of any historical
    • reality, but of a spiritual world lying hidden behind the physical
    • Goethe was really the last survivor
    • together. Goethe had striven to deepen his realization that all the
    • the thoughts which in reality other Beings are thinking —
    • in reality, that is, of the previous Summer. Only what surrounds
    • realize: It is in what is united with the earth that we must seek the
    • divine-spiritual-super-sensible reality, and when, understanding what
    • illumined. For it is indeed so when he realizes that once in the
    • character. Indeed the principle of aristocracy really had its origin
    • which really makes them man, is their inner store of thoughts. And
    • spiritual-super-sensible reality in man must take place at a time not
    • union with the Cosmos. But if we today would realize with inner
    • Christmas thought, my dear friends, for there is a real need today to
    • that are really to blame for the great calamity into which human
    • civilization has drifted today. It is there that much of the real
    • unwillingness to realize the necessity of renewal — the need,
    • previous year; so that in reality the new year can begin in March at
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    • donde los sueños eran expresiones de la realidad, los hombres
    • realidad; a través de la naturaleza misma de las Imaginaciones de
    • — no, es cierto, de cualquier realidad externa, material, ni de
    • cualquier realidad histórica, sino de un mundo espiritual que
    • realmente el último sobreviviente de los que no tenían este
    • la religión eran uno. En realidad fueron los líderes en estos
    • mí. Yo participo de las ideas que en realidad están pensando
    • realizaban el rito solemne en cuya culminación los pensamientos que
    • sentían realmente que este era un medio de escape de los poderes
    • planta que crece este año está siendo realmente activada para
    • un producto del Invierno – es decir, en realidad, del verano
    • una comunión con la realidad divino-espiritual-suprasensible, y
    • y de Tierra que realizó el Misterio del Gólgota.
    • aristocracia realmente tuvo su origen en esos misterios antiguos, porque
    • eran los sacerdotes que realizaban el sacrificio en nombre de todos los
    • modernos adquieren como aquello que realmente los hace hombres, es su
    • constatación de la realidad espiritual-suprasensible en el hombre
    • amigos, pues hoy hay una necesidad real de dar vida otra vez a viejos
    • superficialidades como estas las realmente culpables de la gran
    • actualidad. Es allí que gran parte de la culpa real debe ser
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    • donde los sueños eran expresiones de la realidad, los hombres
    • realidad; a través de la naturaleza misma de las Imaginaciones de
    • — no, es cierto, de cualquier realidad externa, material, ni de
    • cualquier realidad histórica, sino de un mundo espiritual que
    • realmente el último sobreviviente de los que no tenían este
    • la religión eran uno. En realidad fueron los líderes en estos
    • mí. Yo participo de las ideas que en realidad están pensando
    • realizaban el rito solemne en cuya culminación los pensamientos que
    • sentían realmente que este era un medio de escape de los poderes
    • planta que crece este año está siendo realmente activada para
    • un producto del Invierno – es decir, en realidad, del verano
    • una comunión con la realidad divino-espiritual-suprasensible, y
    • y de Tierra que realizó el Misterio del Gólgota.
    • aristocracia realmente tuvo su origen en esos misterios antiguos, porque
    • eran los sacerdotes que realizaban el sacrificio en nombre de todos los
    • modernos adquieren como aquello que realmente los hace hombres, es su
    • constatación de la realidad espiritual-suprasensible en el hombre
    • amigos, pues hoy hay una necesidad real de dar vida otra vez a viejos
    • superficialidades como estas las realmente culpables de la gran
    • actualidad. Es allí que gran parte de la culpa real debe ser
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  • Title: Lecture: Leonardo da Vinci
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    • Milan with very peculiar emotions. For in reality, as much of
    • original way to reproduce the secrets of nature, but never really
    • labors of a personality who, one may really say, tried to discover
    • arises quite naturally, when one realizes how again and again he
    • always tried in the representation of his art to study the reality as
    • wonderful manner in accordance with reality, nothing really explains
    • outside but from within. He probably wished to make us realize that
    • with a feeling of bitterness, realizing that in his most important
    • we are indeed tempted to ask: What secret really lay behind this
    • become mature because the ideals of natural science have really not
    • realize the creation of a plastic statue by a Greek artist. What kind
    • Greek times human souls felt themselves to be really the creators of
    • inner realization, but this did not, however, rise into his
    • We really follow
    • there as a lonely man, who could really no longer have anything in
    • contrast between what he realized as the primeval foundations of
    • clarity of the eyes really belongs to the mind, so clarity and
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    • Milan with very peculiar emotions. For in reality, as much of
    • original way to reproduce the secrets of nature, but never really
    • labors of a personality who, one may really say, tried to discover
    • arises quite naturally, when one realizes how again and again he
    • always tried in the representation of his art to study the reality as
    • wonderful manner in accordance with reality, nothing really explains
    • outside but from within. He probably wished to make us realize that
    • with a feeling of bitterness, realizing that in his most important
    • we are indeed tempted to ask: What secret really lay behind this
    • become mature because the ideals of natural science have really not
    • realize the creation of a plastic statue by a Greek artist. What kind
    • Greek times human souls felt themselves to be really the creators of
    • inner realization, but this did not, however, rise into his
    • We really follow
    • there as a lonely man, who could really no longer have anything in
    • contrast between what he realized as the primeval foundations of
    • clarity of the eyes really belongs to the mind, so clarity and
  • Title: Lecture: The Group Souls of Animals, Plants and Minerals
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    • walking through them. He realizes this through his feeling, his
    • trouble to penetrate to the real meaning of what has thus been handed
    • realize, everywhere, that they are breathing spiritual beings in and
    • this hypothetically, but the following is really the case. When an
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    • walking through them. He realizes this through his feeling, his
    • trouble to penetrate to the real meaning of what has thus been handed
    • realize, everywhere, that they are breathing spiritual beings in and
    • this hypothetically, but the following is really the case. When an
  • Title: Lecture: The Animal Soul
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    • really speak of a real ensoulment — reflex machines.
    • decadent human beings. If you really grasp aright, you will
    • longer reflect. The Chela is really the first able to perceive his
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    • decadent human beings. If you really grasp aright, you will
    • longer reflect. The Chela is really the first able to perceive his
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Human Group Souls (Lion, Bull, Eagle, Man)
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    • the human ego then, in reality? Where was the present ego? It was not
    • really within man at that time but still in his environment. We can
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    • the human ego then, in reality? Where was the present ego? It was not
    • really within man at that time but still in his environment. We can
  • Title: Lecture: Death in Man, Animal, and Plant
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    • evolved and perfected, the naturalist really meets with nothing which
    • could give a real reason why death, the annihilation of the being,
    • matter. But in reality it should not make light of it. And this leads
    • modern natural science observes phenomena, no real distinction is
    • world cannot for a human being really be called a continuance of
    • form the exterior corporeality, so long as the essential soul and
    • whoever is in real earnest feels in the depths of his thinking how
    • kingdom have, fundamentally, no more real significance than if we
    • reality, people regard the life of a plant abstractly, detached from
    • destructive process which is thus really repaired. Hence we may say:
    • usually the result of things not being viewed in their reality, but
    • real death or a real birth in plants at all, only of a sleeping and
    • he realizes what he has indicated (from a correct instinct) by fixing
    • Emphatically No. For one who has not studied human life really
    • individual animal form. We could only speak of a real death in
    • conscious of himself only through the clash with reality, so can he
    • must destroy his organism; we realize the necessity of real death for
    • really speak of death only when we are referring to what we may call
    • actually there can only be a question of real death when those
    • realities which the spirit must develop in the bodily sphere in order
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    • evolved and perfected, the naturalist really meets with nothing which
    • could give a real reason why death, the annihilation of the being,
    • matter. But in reality it should not make light of it. And this leads
    • modern natural science observes phenomena, no real distinction is
    • world cannot for a human being really be called a continuance of
    • form the exterior corporeality, so long as the essential soul and
    • whoever is in real earnest feels in the depths of his thinking how
    • kingdom have, fundamentally, no more real significance than if we
    • reality, people regard the life of a plant abstractly, detached from
    • destructive process which is thus really repaired. Hence we may say:
    • usually the result of things not being viewed in their reality, but
    • real death or a real birth in plants at all, only of a sleeping and
    • he realizes what he has indicated (from a correct instinct) by fixing
    • Emphatically No. For one who has not studied human life really
    • individual animal form. We could only speak of a real death in
    • conscious of himself only through the clash with reality, so can he
    • must destroy his organism; we realize the necessity of real death for
    • really speak of death only when we are referring to what we may call
    • actually there can only be a question of real death when those
    • realities which the spirit must develop in the bodily sphere in order
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of the Animal World in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • realities partake in the development of animals' life as in the
    • that the greatest triumphs of natural science have been realized just
    • can be called in the real sense an original procreation or an issuing
    • Because really important progress in natural science in various
    • really no right to look upon a flame as a kind of life process on the
    • as our life, in various realms appeared to him only as a life shaped
    • thinking, he must have realized at once the insufficiency of his
    • spiritual realities at any point in earth evolution. He felt himself
    • means based on the fundamentals of a real, scientific knowledge.
    • Everyone will realize very easily that such an explanation is no
    • which are really not quite exactly easy to define as plant beings or
    • animal beings. These most inferior organisms could really be defined
    • man of today. It is, as it were, not permeated with a real inner
    • content, at least not consciously. But for a real thinker it is
    • impossible to imagine that the sleeping man really still has this in
    • else can we imagine, when we proceed to really logical thinking?
    • really only effectuate certain processes, doubtlessly parallel with
    • Science reveals that the earth, at its starting point, had really
    • lifeless nature is originated. We have really to imagine that through
    • really formed and that, when the unformed matter was seized upon
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    • realities partake in the development of animals' life as in the
    • that the greatest triumphs of natural science have been realized just
    • can be called in the real sense an original procreation or an issuing
    • Because really important progress in natural science in various
    • really no right to look upon a flame as a kind of life process on the
    • as our life, in various realms appeared to him only as a life shaped
    • thinking, he must have realized at once the insufficiency of his
    • spiritual realities at any point in earth evolution. He felt himself
    • means based on the fundamentals of a real, scientific knowledge.
    • Everyone will realize very easily that such an explanation is no
    • which are really not quite exactly easy to define as plant beings or
    • animal beings. These most inferior organisms could really be defined
    • man of today. It is, as it were, not permeated with a real inner
    • content, at least not consciously. But for a real thinker it is
    • impossible to imagine that the sleeping man really still has this in
    • else can we imagine, when we proceed to really logical thinking?
    • really only effectuate certain processes, doubtlessly parallel with
    • Science reveals that the earth, at its starting point, had really
    • lifeless nature is originated. We have really to imagine that through
    • really formed and that, when the unformed matter was seized upon
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  • Title: Lecture: Michelangelo
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    • birth until it appears in a new life: so that a real progress and
    • be convinced of the reality of man's repeated lives on earth by
    • repeated earth lives, the more we study reality as a whole. I hope to
    • to see a real significance in such an evolution of man, for each
    • to accept in it something which is quite unrealistic. The statue as
    • even if they are unrealistic.
    • just a matter of realism or idealism as we use those clichés:
    • artist who takes his figures away from the realm of the soul and sets
    • them within this earth existence of ours so that they live as real
    • realistic study of the human body has influenced it. Thus he could
    • Greeks and the age of Michelangelo there came one in which it really
    • of preparation. And so we shall be able to realize that it is not
    • realistically through the natural means which Michelangelo had
    • really belong to it. An artist of the quality of Michelangelo would
    • phase and puts himself quite realistically in the same space in which
    • upon us, we shall find that what really interests us is not the thing
    • done a good deal of painting, he did not feel himself really to be a
    • really do feel as if God the Father were surging through the still
    • What do they really signify?
    • we cannot really speak of the philosophy of any earlier times.
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    • birth until it appears in a new life: so that a real progress and
    • be convinced of the reality of man's repeated lives on earth by
    • repeated earth lives, the more we study reality as a whole. I hope to
    • to see a real significance in such an evolution of man, for each
    • to accept in it something which is quite unrealistic. The statue as
    • even if they are unrealistic.
    • just a matter of realism or idealism as we use those clichés:
    • artist who takes his figures away from the realm of the soul and sets
    • them within this earth existence of ours so that they live as real
    • realistic study of the human body has influenced it. Thus he could
    • Greeks and the age of Michelangelo there came one in which it really
    • of preparation. And so we shall be able to realize that it is not
    • realistically through the natural means which Michelangelo had
    • really belong to it. An artist of the quality of Michelangelo would
    • phase and puts himself quite realistically in the same space in which
    • upon us, we shall find that what really interests us is not the thing
    • done a good deal of painting, he did not feel himself really to be a
    • really do feel as if God the Father were surging through the still
    • What do they really signify?
    • we cannot really speak of the philosophy of any earlier times.
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  • Title: Presence of the Dead: Lecture One: Understanding the Spiritual World (Part One)
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    • inaccessible to us when we are awake and perceive the physical realm;
    • really present in it. Of course, this is very difficult to imagine,
    • etheric substance and never really leave it on our path between death
    • spiritual reality, whether it inspires you to set down the truth and
    • not really want the activity and strength I have just described. They
    • things appear that we are to perceive. Real clairvoyance cannot come
    • Christ as only a great cosmic teacher. For those who really
    • spiritual science really has to offer. As soon as it is examined,
    • this; our ordinary understanding is enough to really grasp and
    • soul-spiritual, to be a materialist really means the same as wanting
    • easily finds the solution. The student really dreams that this
    • with a thought in this world, so we know in the spirit realm that we
    • we have no control. In fact, in the realm of the spirit this
    • us how we act in the spiritual world, revealing to us who we really
    • to gain an understanding of the super-sensible realm through the power
    • streaming to and fro. People want to experience the spirit realm in
    • things were experienced in such a way that people did not really
    • to experience the spirit realm in such a way that they do not
    • we add up five and seven, we are not really participating in the
    • Those who really want to gain access to spiritual science have to
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    • around me in the physical world to gain entry into the spirit realm.
    • the spirit realm and our entire environment.
    • has not really come into contact with anything spiritual, might
    • science says about the realm of the spirit. To begin with, he lacks
    • gradually. This realization is fundamental for a right attitude of
    • really grasp properly what is going on in the realm of the spirit.
    • realm, human beings as physical beings, the animal, plant, and
    • physical plane. As we grow into the realm of the spirit and approach
    • relationship to the spiritual world is really like. When we undertake
    • not — we need forces coming to us from the physical realm. And
    • cannot give them to ourselves; they are not really within our
    • really die, but merely move to another place. They still participate
    • concrete particulars. We can then realize the blessing our theories
    • experience of the beauty of nature. When the spirit realm presents
    • better understand the thoughts and ideas necessary for real access to
    • beginning, if we really do want such access. After all, we meet in
    • toward achieving its real purpose. However, the insights we discussed
    • experience and an enthusiastic heart — we want to begin a real,
    • people in the world who really understand what we intend to do. It is
    • that there is really no pentagram to be seen, but that in one place
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  • Title: Presence of the Dead: Lecture Three: Awakening Spiritual Thoughts
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    • the realm of the uncertain and indefinite? One could hear these words
    • person were prepared to accept that we really die every evening and
    • being is really present in a sleeping body lying in bed.
    • particular, the natural sciences will more and more realize that our
    • own conclusions to realize that our soul-spiritual being is really
    • always in the spirit realm, because the latter is not separated from
    • those people who held a real belief in the spiritual world are
    • concerned. Thus, they do not even differ in terms of reality.
    • real life we cannot avoid dealing with the spiritual world, because
    • turned toward the realm of the spirit, while all around other people
    • with materialism? What is the real nature of germs? Well, here we
    • realize that they are a symptom of Ahriman intervening in the world.
    • as we realize this, we can no longer claim it is irrelevant whether
    • specific point if we really want to understand the great importance
    • transposed into the spiritual realm, to what we draw in our physical
    • heartfelt realization that in the twentieth century people will need
    • fantasies about the realm of the spirit. Such an individual would not
    • really want to become citizens of the spiritual world, as we must.
    • in only ideas related to the sensory realm and those who allow their
    • the realm of the spirit.
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  • Title: Presence of the Dead: Lecture Four: The Presence of the Dead in our Life
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    • reality, clairvoyant research leads us right into the heart of truly
    • experiences must feel that the clairvoyant reality is permeable and,
    • realize that, based on everything we know about the individual in
    • being really present as the signs for the word “house”
    • to the reality it expresses just as written words express a reality.
    • kingdoms, the realm of physical human beings, as well as clouds,
    • reality is what we feel for the being manifest before us, how we
    • preconceived notions about the experiences in the spiritual realm.
    • description of what the vision looked like. However, what really
    • enter, thoughts encounter other thoughts as real beings, either
    • many thought beings. And in those living thought beings, we really
    • blessed at the right moment with the approach of a thought as a real
    • spiritual world, ignoring an ideal is thus a reality, and a being of
    • develop a real feeling for ideals is one way of entering the world of
    • to see that not acting on our ideals is something real, and when we
    • archangels we feel reproach as well as a real effect on our being.
    • itself to us. And as soon as we can recognize that real forces of
    • strength and power enter into us, we are in the realm of the
    • self intended for the physical world into their realm. Instead of
    • our self up into their realm. As a result, instead of being
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  • Title: Presence of the Dead: Lecture Five: The Blessing of the Dead
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    • realization that in thinking we live as though outside our head. We
    • questions I had to answer, but I also realized that no matter how
    • a separate spiritual individuality as a real, separate being, but one
    • the physical realm. At first, we learn how to be together spiritually
    • reality.
    • finally encompasses concrete events and beings that are just as real
    • is a spiritual realm behind the sensory one. But they are less
    • world only if we really know the individual beings living there and
    • harboring such fantasies about the realm of the spirit simply runs
    • realm and, as they become immersed in this world, they perceive the
    • realm.
    • that gives us the certainty that clairvoyant knowledge really does
    • researcher's reports of the realm of the spirit can only be believed
    • because they cannot really be understood. People will see that human
    • experiences and true spiritual research. They will realize that it is
    • reached. They themselves in a way imposed that limit; in reality
    • people will realize that clairvoyant research strengthens and deepens
    • that philosopher. Their proofs may be indisputable, but the reality
    • nevertheless realize that for our inner life these marvelous
    • their limits. Do these sciences provide answers? No, they are really
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    • contradict spiritual science, which strives to give us real knowledge
    • so naive, and know that fiery dragons do not really fly through the
    • reflect external reality accurately, but to enable us to live in the
    • have no reality on the physical plane will be dead to the spiritual
    • In reality, the opposite is the case. Anthroposophy can reach
    • reality they live in the etheric body. They are formed by our
    • flame, to illuminate the realm of the spirit.
    • People say there is really no sound, only vibrations of air. They
    • will really disappear. People will actually see little gray atoms
    • realize first of all that a rose is not a mass of whirling atoms, but
    • that behind it there are real living and interweaving elemental
    • weaving in our new perception of the reality of the spiritual world.
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    • Of the realm of beauty to come.
    • where he lived on the street then called Realschulstrasse; now it is
    • a way that we cannot really be surprised by his attitude to
    • has a pewter bowl like Böhme's as the origin of his real inner
    • realization brought it home to him that at that age you cannot avoid
    • could tell himself was: “Well, I cannot really tell them what I
    • Of the realm of beauty to come.
    • realm of beauty to come” without looking into all the dark
  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of the Human Temperaments
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    • regard to all the realms of human spiritual life, that man's greatest
    • that we can indeed say that the real enigma, of existence is
    • other realms, something which passes from one existence to another.
    • great comprehensive law, which is really only the consequence of many
    • comes out wet if he falls into the water. Really it is no more
    • and it is even more real than the outer physical body, for it is the
    • Spiritual science sees in it something real, and knows indeed that
    • the whole reality, to which the spiritual also belongs, and do not
    • stop merely with the physical reality, can this knowledge be
    • person who thinks realistically in the right sense says: If you begin
    • The child must feel that the teacher has really experienced
    • adopt this realistic knowledge of spiritual science. When it is a
    • lie behind the sense perceptible. Only real spiritual science can
    • hindrance in this realm. On the other hand, used indirectly it can
    • for things which are really only worthy to be ignored. He must
    • lacking. Those however who call themselves realists believe, for
    • actually thinks realistically will appeal to what is already in him.
    • reality and from actual life; but it will illuminate every step of
    • take reality into consideration. For those people are deluded who
    • if we wish to enter into this reality; and we shall acquire an
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    • regard to all the realms of human spiritual life, that man's greatest
    • that we can indeed say that the real enigma, of existence is
    • other realms, something which passes from one existence to another.
    • great comprehensive law, which is really only the consequence of many
    • comes out wet if he falls into the water. Really it is no more
    • and it is even more real than the outer physical body, for it is the
    • Spiritual science sees in it something real, and knows indeed that
    • the whole reality, to which the spiritual also belongs, and do not
    • stop merely with the physical reality, can this knowledge be
    • person who thinks realistically in the right sense says: If you begin
    • The child must feel that the teacher has really experienced
    • adopt this realistic knowledge of spiritual science. When it is a
    • lie behind the sense perceptible. Only real spiritual science can
    • hindrance in this realm. On the other hand, used indirectly it can
    • for things which are really only worthy to be ignored. He must
    • lacking. Those however who call themselves realists believe, for
    • actually thinks realistically will appeal to what is already in him.
    • reality and from actual life; but it will illuminate every step of
    • take reality into consideration. For those people are deluded who
    • if we wish to enter into this reality; and we shall acquire an
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  • Title: Lecture: Technology and Art: Their Bearing on Modern Culture
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    • person realises what actually happens to him when he spends a night
    • If we are to understand what is really meant by these
    • order prevailing in the physical and etheric bodies. He really brings
    • Our real task is to strengthen the soul by permeating it with the
    • discover its real nature, they come out with a great deal of
    • assigned to them by the Jahve-Gods into the realm where they can flit
    • finds the forces which unite him with the spiritual realities of the
    • been, severed from these cosmic realities through sense-perception
    • indication of spiritual cowardice. The real remedy lies, not in
    • for effort, really strenuous effort on the part of the human soul.
    • soul if any real headway is to be made. “Well-meaning”
    • unconscious in man and so transports him into the living reality of
    • But a real understanding of modern life makes it evident that through
    • modern Spiritual Science is to become living reality. Mankind has
    • thinking that is customary in external life. There is really very
    • light of a spiritual contemplation of world-history, we realise that
    • age, but to realise that the circumstances in which they were uttered
    • connected in many ways with a realm of not fully conscious human
    • 15th, 16th, and 17th centuries. Something of real significance was
    • Middle Ages they are conceivable only when it is realised that the
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    • person realises what actually happens to him when he spends a night
    • If we are to understand what is really meant by these
    • order prevailing in the physical and etheric bodies. He really brings
    • Our real task is to strengthen the soul by permeating it with the
    • discover its real nature, they come out with a great deal of
    • assigned to them by the Jahve-Gods into the realm where they can flit
    • finds the forces which unite him with the spiritual realities of the
    • been, severed from these cosmic realities through sense-perception
    • indication of spiritual cowardice. The real remedy lies, not in
    • for effort, really strenuous effort on the part of the human soul.
    • soul if any real headway is to be made. “Well-meaning”
    • unconscious in man and so transports him into the living reality of
    • But a real understanding of modern life makes it evident that through
    • modern Spiritual Science is to become living reality. Mankind has
    • thinking that is customary in external life. There is really very
    • light of a spiritual contemplation of world-history, we realise that
    • age, but to realise that the circumstances in which they were uttered
    • connected in many ways with a realm of not fully conscious human
    • 15th, 16th, and 17th centuries. Something of real significance was
    • Middle Ages they are conceivable only when it is realised that the
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  • Title: Lecture: Mendelssohn's 'Overture of the Hebrides'
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    • realize that the cave acted as a focus point, mirroring what lived in
    • Again we shall be able to imagine all this if we realize that here
    • Such an active connection between the physical and the soul realms
    • reality.
    • this in their songs. This was perceived in living reality by these
    • took part in the battle. This song is in reality something which was
    • ascended into the spiritual realm, what their descendants heard in
    • conception of this if we realize how Ossian allowed the voice of his
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    • realize that the cave acted as a focus point, mirroring what lived in
    • Again we shall be able to imagine all this if we realize that here
    • Such an active connection between the physical and the soul realms
    • reality.
    • this in their songs. This was perceived in living reality by these
    • took part in the battle. This song is in reality something which was
    • ascended into the spiritual realm, what their descendants heard in
    • conception of this if we realize how Ossian allowed the voice of his
  • Title: Lecture: Past Incarnations of the Peoples of Today
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    • one fragment of reality. And the inevitable consequence of this was
    • earthly lives nor of the fact that in spite of the full reality of
    • concrete realities of life, we slip into the kind of thought that has
    • authorities although they are utterly devoid of any real
    • generations, and the only idea that is really clear to him is that of
    • can this be said to be the whole reality? Why should souls living in
    • so long as we have eyes only for a fragment of the reality. We must
    • essential reality. More and more we must realize how necessary it is
    • to know the whole reality and because degeneration is bound to set in
    • if men are afraid to face the whole reality.
    • the point of really coming to grips with it. They have not the
    • really to make any headway in spiritual research must be on their
    • improbable, because they can only be discovered by real knowledge and
    • real experience.
    • the outcome of real and very strenuous spiritual research —
    • realize that, broadly speaking, it was not a Christian impulse at all
    • never understand these European peoples until we realize that
    • many enigmas today — unless we realize that a great many souls
    • Tagore. We shall never understand what such a figure really signifies
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    • one fragment of reality. And the inevitable consequence of this was
    • earthly lives nor of the fact that in spite of the full reality of
    • concrete realities of life, we slip into the kind of thought that has
    • authorities although they are utterly devoid of any real
    • generations, and the only idea that is really clear to him is that of
    • can this be said to be the whole reality? Why should souls living in
    • so long as we have eyes only for a fragment of the reality. We must
    • essential reality. More and more we must realize how necessary it is
    • to know the whole reality and because degeneration is bound to set in
    • if men are afraid to face the whole reality.
    • the point of really coming to grips with it. They have not the
    • really to make any headway in spiritual research must be on their
    • improbable, because they can only be discovered by real knowledge and
    • real experience.
    • the outcome of real and very strenuous spiritual research —
    • realize that, broadly speaking, it was not a Christian impulse at all
    • never understand these European peoples until we realize that
    • many enigmas today — unless we realize that a great many souls
    • Tagore. We shall never understand what such a figure really signifies
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    • Many things are described in this book, which were objects of real
    • the case of carbonic acid gas that Helmont first realized the nature
    • realms. Cosmos cannot work alone. Everything in the Cosmos has grown
    • be fertilized with a fresh spiritual seed; and we must realize that
    • Science realizes concepts and ideas that are not taken from the past,
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    • Many things are described in this book, which were objects of real
    • the case of carbonic acid gas that Helmont first realized the nature
    • realms. Cosmos cannot work alone. Everything in the Cosmos has grown
    • be fertilized with a fresh spiritual seed; and we must realize that
    • Science realizes concepts and ideas that are not taken from the past,
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    • but theoretically it is difficult to gain a real conviction of the
    • truth implied by the spiritual-scientific doctrines, in the real
    • could not remember any real lie which he had told. Also Goethe found
    • In reality, Karma works in such a way that a faint fulfillment of its
    • our youth are fully realized in our old age. This applies, of course,
    • results can be achieved if he brings him positive truths and has real
    • Karma is a real law; its result will appear in a very peculiar way.
    • ourselves lovingly in his soul, with a real understanding for his
    • far as real understanding. Rebuke recoils upon ourselves and forms
    • from a real law, which holds good.
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    • truth implied by the spiritual-scientific doctrines, in the real
    • could not remember any real lie which he had told. Also Goethe found
    • In reality, Karma works in such a way that a faint fulfillment of its
    • our youth are fully realized in our old age. This applies, of course,
    • results can be achieved if he brings him positive truths and has real
    • Karma is a real law; its result will appear in a very peculiar way.
    • ourselves lovingly in his soul, with a real understanding for his
    • far as real understanding. Rebuke recoils upon ourselves and forms
    • from a real law, which holds good.
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    • Let me indicate some of these facts today. You should realize that
    • ordinary way of looking at the world today does not really enable us
    • really do not know it. We think that the person we see before us
    • really have before us man's physical body. The corpse is the
    • is really done by the corpse which we carry about with us? It goes
    • animal kingdom, and only during the 7th epoch the real kingdom of
    • before yesterday really constitute the path leading into these
    • realize that things cannot remain as they are.
    • that modern people must become more and more conscious of the real
    • easily he reaches his aims. Among modern people we do not really find
    • or as an ideology what the Orient designates as reality, and that the
    • Orient designates the ideology of the Occident as a reality. Today we
    • even realize that if this same thing had been said only a hundred
    • believe it, that there really exist societies in Anglo-American
    • such as Rabindranath Tagore. They do not realize that today the most
    • real than the Angel; namely, the Archangel. Thoughts revealing the
    • things which were really needed, did not exist. We should know that
    • In the economic sphere alone we really live in the present. It is a
    • future. As modern people we should realize that in the same way in
    • trouble to envisage this fact, if we realize that past and future, or
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    • Let me indicate some of these facts today. You should realize that
    • ordinary way of looking at the world today does not really enable us
    • really do not know it. We think that the person we see before us
    • really have before us man's physical body. The corpse is the
    • is really done by the corpse which we carry about with us? It goes
    • animal kingdom, and only during the 7th epoch the real kingdom of
    • before yesterday really constitute the path leading into these
    • realize that things cannot remain as they are.
    • that modern people must become more and more conscious of the real
    • easily he reaches his aims. Among modern people we do not really find
    • or as an ideology what the Orient designates as reality, and that the
    • Orient designates the ideology of the Occident as a reality. Today we
    • even realize that if this same thing had been said only a hundred
    • believe it, that there really exist societies in Anglo-American
    • such as Rabindranath Tagore. They do not realize that today the most
    • real than the Angel; namely, the Archangel. Thoughts revealing the
    • things which were really needed, did not exist. We should know that
    • In the economic sphere alone we really live in the present. It is a
    • future. As modern people we should realize that in the same way in
    • trouble to envisage this fact, if we realize that past and future, or
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    • Man really knows
    • reality, now becomes an immense world, whereas the physical world
    • comparison really in keeping with the facts must differ from the
    • Earth is asleep; summer is the earth's real sleeping condition
    • astral body thus appropriates, is what we really take with us
    • to you as the Spirit of the Earth, is really a personality, like
    • Golgotha. We grow aware of this when we really penetrate into
    • it. Real knowledge of the spiritual world cannot therefore take
    • spiritual reality; for what we appear to our own sight, in our
    • we enter the spiritual world we really experience ourselves in a
    • realm; this nucleus is the bearer of our Karma. What each one of
    • an enclosed state is only an extract of what he really is, for
    • realize these things, we gradually begin to feel that within us
    • adapted to life and we should really gain insight into life as it
    • direction. We should realize that the path leading into the
    • realms. All the difficulties which more developed human beings
    • their mind (thoughts) to the spirit realm).
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    • Man really knows
    • reality, now becomes an immense world, whereas the physical world
    • comparison really in keeping with the facts must differ from the
    • Earth is asleep; summer is the earth's real sleeping condition
    • astral body thus appropriates, is what we really take with us
    • to you as the Spirit of the Earth, is really a personality, like
    • Golgotha. We grow aware of this when we really penetrate into
    • it. Real knowledge of the spiritual world cannot therefore take
    • spiritual reality; for what we appear to our own sight, in our
    • we enter the spiritual world we really experience ourselves in a
    • realm; this nucleus is the bearer of our Karma. What each one of
    • an enclosed state is only an extract of what he really is, for
    • realize these things, we gradually begin to feel that within us
    • adapted to life and we should really gain insight into life as it
    • direction. We should realize that the path leading into the
    • realms. All the difficulties which more developed human beings
    • their mind (thoughts) to the spirit realm).
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    • dream-life and external reality.
    • Phases of memory and the real self.
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    • are taken as reproductions of the reality that underlies them
    • spiritual reality in words which have received their stamp of significance
    • real danger of succumbing to this sort of literalness. But anyone reading
    • that is really signified by the spatial and other physical metaphors
    • is not really present today, i.e. on the 2nd February 1924. If the
    • us say, to January 1904. You perceive that this astral body is really
    • into life. It has really remained in the spiritual world and has not
    • you must realise,
    • back in time. The human being is really like a comet stretching its tail
  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture I: Anthroposophy as What Men Long For Today
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    • the Spiritual as a living reality; and a living reality must be grasped
    • what he wants to say is really just what the heart of his listener is
    • to utter anything except that which was really being spoken by the hearts
    • deeply. In fact, these questions are present today in all who really
    • helps us to realise vividly the experience of the soul on seeing what
    • realm of Nature related to what man, as part of her, carries with him
    • earth. Yet this Realm of Nature cannot suffer the human form within
    • it. Where is the world to which man really belongs? — for it is
    • might say: No finger of my body really belongs to the visible world,
    • death, man realises he could not live at all without borrowing continually
    • world enter man's soul. Thoughts are images and remain outside the real
    • by the unreal images of his own soul. Moreover, it is as if he wanted
    • life of his soul, to grasp the real being he knows himself to be. And
    • when he discovers that this surging, unreal life of his soul has something
    • the unreal image of the human soul which Nature cannot approach although
    • a really artistic subconscious nature who feels most dissatisfied today;
    • for he can no longer realise what Raphael could still conjure into the
    • of the realm of Nature which is really so foreign to him. For, if we
    • show me my destruction after death and the semblance of reality during
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    • it takes in. (We shall see that it really destroys, but for the moment
    • not realise his power of also forming ideas freely from within. To do
    • one comes to feel that there is really a ‘second man’ within,
    • that there is something in man that can really be inwardly felt and
    • ordinary thinking I am really quite passive. I allow something to happen
    • within, who is as real as the physical man himself, we come, at the
    • downwards; it is an exact counter-image. It is really an astral picture,
    • a mere picture. Nevertheless, it is through the real, present-day man
    • earth was etheric. Going back-wards in time is really no different from
    • time into space. It is really no different from communicating
    • not realise it clearly: even science does not realise it clearly today.
    • growth; he neglects the life in his plants. Present-day science really
    • You cannot really understand why there is here a form like this:
    • that I have put before you is really learning to read in the world and
  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture III: The Transition from Ordinary Knowledge to the Science of Initiation
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    • however, really belongs in the first place to his physical, or at most
    • being from pre-earthly existence into the earthly realm, and carries
    • In reality
    • the sun and moon aright when we realise that they are gates to the
    • this is derived much that endures today and is really much cleverer
    • with it. One who looks at the moon with real insight will say: There
    • present condition between birth and death, really encounter those beings
    • only really acquire in the future through our own free choice, depends
    • personality as really within oneself. If an initiate meets another person
    • and will, is raised for higher consciousness to full reality. You may
    • to say more than other people while talking just as they do; it really
    • from a knowledge of how others speak in one, how they really become
    • them in space, and things of real significance come to light. However,
    • seen to be images of cosmically woven destinies. And when we realise
    • into the true essence of things, for only real cognition of the
    • laws in human life. What a real Science of Initiation discovers about
    • These laws are good for applying natural forces; real Being, however,
    • of that consciousness which leads into the real being of things.
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    • the first lecture of this series I drew your attention to the heart's real,
    • subconscious are really active in all man's striving for knowledge in
    • all, has led men to strive beyond the life immediately visible, really
    • Of course, millions and millions of people do not realise this clearly.
    • about they would soon die. It is really the contributions to the
    • uncertainty, in the subconscious depths of his being, about the real
    • Thus we can find support neither in the corporeal, nor in the spiritual
    • greatest riddle is this: If I really experience a moral impulse and have
    • to set my legs in motion to do something towards its realisation, it
    • impulse is one of goodwill. At first this is really experienced entirely
    • is powerless in the face of Reality. However much we think, we cannot
    • existence — into Reality. This way is only to be found in what
    • to external reality. And in seeing, hearing, grasping, etc., one notices
    • him it did not matter whether the thought referred to any external reality.
    • life, if one really takes a completely surveyable thought that can
    • thoughts’. But through such concentration one really comes to
    • Thinking becomes a reality in us; we experience, on developing ourselves
    • but I do not really know how my thoughts shoot down into them. But after
    • is unreal and of less value. From now on I shall only concern myself
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  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture V: Love, Intuition and the Human Ego
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    • to begin with, we study the physical world — and we can really only
    • solid, earthy, physical realm, we do not find, to begin with. very much
    • your attention to the way the etheric really looks down on us from the
    • etheric forces, extends to the etheric body of man. We have really to
    • earthly realm outside man it streams in (arrows in green circle) in
    • complicated and one really perceives it in the way I described yesterday,
    • the earth because of the etheric. It is really the etheric that is active
    • really strives away from man; and in this tendency the etheric is active.
    • we can really see in the solid earthy substance the physical; in the
    • in all the aqueous processes of the earth. In the face of real knowledge
    • beyond. Here time really becomes space. It is just as when you look
    • at some definite moment is only an abstraction; the concrete reality
    • It is so. But when one comes to the really
    • body of this person is not really present today, i.e. on the 2nd February
    • body is really back there, and extends still further back into the
    • It has really remained in the spiritual world and has not come with
    • ‘present’ in the real time-process resembles a man in
    • you must realise, in order to complete your insight, that what is active
    • human being is really like a comet stretching its tail far back into the
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  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture VI: Respiration, Warmth and the Ego
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    • unknown. What now happens can really be made clear by the following
    • such a way that we really feel we are remembering something not experienced
    • unknown becomes known. We learn to know what it is really doing while he
    • in action and induce in them inner mobility. But you also realise that
    • life, is darkened as soon as we leave the physical body. And we realise,
    • that the real driving power at work within man is not his present ego
    • warmth-processes, you perceive the real ego, working from times long
    • processes. You behold the real, active ego of man, working from primeval
    • ‘Inspiration’ really only consists in inwardly organising
    • without. Let us see what this really means.
    • is really a return in time to what I described as past for ordinary
    • consciousness, though nevertheless there. You see, if one really wants
    • apply in ordinary life. One must actually realise that every sleep is
    • we say: he is ‘outside’ his body. The reality is as I have
    • realm, where it is received, disintegrated and destroyed by the forces
    • thinking. It is really as follows: Thought accompanies perception. Our
    • I must burden you with these considerations, or you will not really
    • mere process of mental presentation. What we remember is really the
    • this I do not deny that our civilisation really does tend to make people
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    • DREAM-LIFE AND EXTERNALREALITY
    • to us from ordinary consciousness and through which we can really find
    • reality. But the dream-life comes with its re-combinations of ordinary
    • experiences; and if man asks himself what it really signifies for the
    • There is, however, another kind, and this is really much more important
    • unusual beauty; and when the artist is told what organ he has really
    • the pictures is not really of great importance; it is the dramatic sequence
    • is not a real experience; it is merely looking at them externally,
    • hold of in ordinary reality through the physical and etheric bodies.
    • on the ego, a man would really do what he dreams; the violent character
    • the relations between dreams and external reality as realised by man
    • of man that we are really led to the portal of the Science of
    • whole being of man. For there is really some similarity between the
    • real riddles. Man really observes life in a most superficial manner
    • it. He is not really aware how strongly his dreams influence his life.
    • knowledge of the human being the dream-life of such a patient is really
    • of man's repeated lives on earth. You see, moreover, that we must really
  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture VIII: Dreams, Imaginative Cognition, and the Building of Destiny
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    • with waking life. I have often emphasised that one who attains really
    • only in the higher worlds and not seeing external reality. People who
    • reality, are not initiates; they should be considered from a pathological
    • real knowledge of initiation does not estrange one from ordinary, physical
    • seership. Indeed we may say: if a man has no sense of ordinary realities,
    • no interest in ordinary realities, no interest in the details of others'
    • And in this ‘seed-like’ man we learn to grasp what is really
    • we really come to see that the seed of a future life is being formed
    • for the spiritual world does really appear quite different from the
    • really swing to and fro, as it were, between dreaming and waking if
    • example, that only as much of man's actions as he can dream of is really
    • what you really are in respect to what you call your ego. Is there anything
    • world of memories which you need only call to mind in order to realise
    • it were, to a single moment at a time. Indeed, it is really as follows:
    • To take it for a reality is like taking a cross-section of a tree trunk
    • for the tree trunk itself. Such a section is really nothing at all; the
    • trunk is above and below the mere picture thus obtained. Now it is really
    • the utter unreality of the individual items; the whole expands almost
    • grasp a part of the full reality. Suppose we have done another a service
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    • PHASES OF MEMORY AND THE REALSELF
    • see that the sums of memories we bear within us is really a fragment.
    • really intimately — and they, too, link on to memory — we
    • It is really as if we saw what we have actually been calling our ego
    • But we now enter a totally different element. We have realised that
    • something in the external realm of Nature — let us say, with a
    • this continues until we have sufficiently realised the worthlessness,
    • and the physical really is. You see, we can easily regard things like
    • for pain caused to another, is really a blessing. It will depend on the
    • are really able to live there. Our faculty of memory now undergoes its
    • thereto. With this existence, that really represents the other side
    • more and more real to us, in a spiritual way. We gradually feel as if
    • of the spiritual world and realise that we have acted in accordance
    • a real evaluation; and this evaluation is itself the reality of our
    • we first attained thereby our full reality as psycho-spiritual beings.
    • Our reality depends upon our value. Should we have hindered the evolution
    • all I have described and enter the realm of spiritual beings. This enhances
    • all the demands made upon us there, we realise that we have won something
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    • America, which was known as a realistic conception of life, a
    • really in such a way as to show that consciences were involved, was a
    • science, the more do we realize that what natural science puts before
    • Today I am giving you some of the real reasons why that was so; in
    • be heard today. It is really astounding how little human beings today
    • not sufficient to say that these things are really too stupid to
    • I beg you to notice that in both these forms really one of the most
    • things, for you will more and more become aware of the real effects
    • really not sleep through these things, but that we should grasp them
    • in all earnestness, for today it is really not a question of a small
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    • reality which is bound to develop parallel with the establishment of
    • posters really takes one back out of modern times altogether.
    • and naturalistic grasp of reality, which is bound to develop parallel
    • logic, a logic of reality. In this structure there is spirit, the
    • that in reality the originator of the dogma is the Holy Spirit. It is
    • really a question of recognizing whether the Holy Ghost is really the
    • really been going on all through the last three or four centuries for
    • Catherine of Russia, to whom the Jesuit Order really owes its
    • not in fact been possible to find a really adequate measure.
    • My dear friends, what I am really trying to bring home to you is that
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    • dreams. And as soon as we silence our senses, then we really begin to
    • creation of social arrangements really adapted to the consciousness
    • realized. As long as the science of our universities, our recognized
    • In such a study one would have to explore the real motives which are
    • care that those belonging to it should never think about the real
    • For thereby the true nature of man and also his real relationship to
    • understanding of his real relationship to Christ. We may say, my dear
    • friends, that the development of the western churches consists really
    • in drawing an ever denser and denser veil over the real secret of
    • civilization. Anyone who really studies thoughtfully the
    • learned people, the real scholars, could get beyond that. They were
    • in everything which has a real spiritual basis, a spiritual
    • foundation that is rooted in a real spiritual life, and not in mere
    • “ex cathedra” at that time was really drawn from out of
    • shows that the Roman Church has today some sort of real connection
    • means for this. Thus the only real question is not whether Bolshevism
    • world and leave the evil material world behind; a really profound
    • really were indirectly guided by spiritual impulses. And the
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    • must be answered, what a dream really is. Dreams are an ancient
    • is really so, that man could never have acquired what lies in his
    • experience purely spiritual life in its fulness, in the realm of
    • it lives within the animal; one does not really see materially the
    • reality, which in ordinary life one only forms as a concept, one
    • spiritual world this is just as real, this is actually there. Where a
    • lamb is standing, there stands too a spiritual reality, which becomes
    • if one were to consider it one should really feel that a leg, when
    • astonishing. We really only feel something as a weight if it is
    • man leaves his physical and ethereal body, and then a man is in the
    • exactly. A man has not really any power to do something reasonable,
    • when we are able to behold our actions in the realm of spirit.
    • real higher development of the soul only begins when one can feel as
    • conceived as an absolute reality. We can picture for example two men
    • distinction between Kamaloca and the spiritual realm. And when he is
    • has been described, then it appears to him as something unreal, as an
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    • must be answered, what a dream really is. Dreams are an ancient
    • is really so, that man could never have acquired what lies in his
    • experience purely spiritual life in its fulness, in the realm of
    • it lives within the animal; one does not really see materially the
    • reality, which in ordinary life one only forms as a concept, one
    • spiritual world this is just as real, this is actually there. Where a
    • lamb is standing, there stands too a spiritual reality, which becomes
    • if one were to consider it one should really feel that a leg, when
    • astonishing. We really only feel something as a weight if it is
    • man leaves his physical and ethereal body, and then a man is in the
    • exactly. A man has not really any power to do something reasonable,
    • when we are able to behold our actions in the realm of spirit.
    • real higher development of the soul only begins when one can feel as
    • conceived as an absolute reality. We can picture for example two men
    • distinction between Kamaloca and the spiritual realm. And when he is
    • has been described, then it appears to him as something unreal, as an
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    • what an immense gulf really exists between those who are old today
    • pursues it with an open mind, he cannot fail to realise that one of
    • saw that none of these has anything to say about the real nature of
    • what his real nature is. While on the one hand we have more and more
    • into states of consciousness which are really of such a nature that
    • what man really is.” And this feeling will be the
    • can realise externally under these conditions. I must introduce into
    • accounts for me only as an earth-being and leaves my real being an
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    • how little experience of the Christ there really is at the present
    • what an immense gulf really exists between those who are old today
    • pursues it with an open mind, he cannot fail to realise that one of
    • saw that none of these has anything to say about the real nature of
    • what his real nature is. While on the one hand we have more and more
    • into states of consciousness which are really of such a nature that
    • what man really is.” And this feeling will be the
    • can realise externally under these conditions. I must introduce into
    • accounts for me only as an earth-being and leaves my real being an
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    • to a conclusion between truth and untruth in the realm of science we
    • which are really valid only for the physical world, are replaced by
    • or render it sick and feeble, we begin to realise how intimate is the
    • realms of the spiritual world through which man lives between death
    • real root grows a real plant; and from a real knowledge, whereby man
    • the transition to objective reality.
    • immediate reality. Let us examine a little how this comes about.
    • forces, is in reality guided from elsewhere. We come in fact
    • kingdom of reality, where the ethical impulses that inhere in our
    • life. The moral world becomes for us a reality.
    • several realms of knowledge. Each made a deep study of the field of
    • knowledge with real warmth of soul, then it will afford them the same
    • Man's own natural feeling for reality will enable him to take hold of
    • when we begin to apprehend the reality of spiritual conceptions and
    • realise this, we begin to feel as though a voice were calling to us:
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    • to a conclusion between truth and untruth in the realm of science we
    • which are really valid only for the physical world, are replaced by
    • or render it sick and feeble, we begin to realise how intimate is the
    • realms of the spiritual world through which man lives between death
    • real root grows a real plant; and from a real knowledge, whereby man
    • the transition to objective reality.
    • immediate reality. Let us examine a little how this comes about.
    • forces, is in reality guided from elsewhere. We come in fact
    • kingdom of reality, where the ethical impulses that inhere in our
    • life. The moral world becomes for us a reality.
    • several realms of knowledge. Each made a deep study of the field of
    • knowledge with real warmth of soul, then it will afford them the same
    • Man's own natural feeling for reality will enable him to take hold of
    • when we begin to apprehend the reality of spiritual conceptions and
    • realise this, we begin to feel as though a voice were calling to us:
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    • epochs of culture, and so on? Those who feel that a realistic
    • appear by chance but in reality because in former incarnations we had
    • really on the point of being put into practice, is the acknowledgment
    • shall establish a real and enduring relationship, of the kind which
    • teacher himself, that any real effort to uphold individuality as such
    • a reality in our souls: that the fifth post-Atlantean epoch is in
    • intensified; above all we must realise that we have increasingly
    • realise that these necessary conditions can work for good only when
    • strain and loss of balance. And a real understanding for this must be
    • can penetrate to its reality it makes us capable of forming a right
    • Archangels and so forth. The world becomes peopled for us with real
    • invention of mine, but follows as a reality from occult investigation
    • far as we live on earth in our physical bodies. This is a real train
    • and there we find Him again. There is a real connection between
    • having outgrown the realism attached to the senses. Above all we may
    • the book loses touch with reality, and soars into the realms of
    • which there is no place for the realities of individual and social
    • well-wishers that we can realise how difficult it is for people to
    • receive Christ in a new way. For we forge a real link with the
    • Christ impulse will become our real link with the spiritual worlds
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    • epochs of culture, and so on? Those who feel that a realistic
    • appear by chance but in reality because in former incarnations we had
    • really on the point of being put into practice, is the acknowledgment
    • shall establish a real and enduring relationship, of the kind which
    • teacher himself, that any real effort to uphold individuality as such
    • a reality in our souls: that the fifth post-Atlantean epoch is in
    • intensified; above all we must realise that we have increasingly
    • realise that these necessary conditions can work for good only when
    • strain and loss of balance. And a real understanding for this must be
    • can penetrate to its reality it makes us capable of forming a right
    • Archangels and so forth. The world becomes peopled for us with real
    • invention of mine, but follows as a reality from occult investigation
    • far as we live on earth in our physical bodies. This is a real train
    • and there we find Him again. There is a real connection between
    • having outgrown the realism attached to the senses. Above all we may
    • the book loses touch with reality, and soars into the realms of
    • which there is no place for the realities of individual and social
    • well-wishers that we can realise how difficult it is for people to
    • receive Christ in a new way. For we forge a real link with the
    • Christ impulse will become our real link with the spiritual worlds
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    • to the realization that, in order to penetrate in to super-sensible worlds,
    • so those men of old beheld realities of spirit and soul in external
    • remains within the realm of thought. He must then do the same with blue
    • very long time) and really experience the inner qualitative change,
    • the rhythm pervading the external world. The moment thinking really
    • remain in the realm of thought and learn through thinking itself. The
    • realm of thought. There are exercises of an opposite kind; among them are
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    • to the realization that, in order to penetrate in to super-sensible worlds,
    • so those men of old beheld realities of spirit and soul in external
    • remains within the realm of thought. He must then do the same with blue
    • very long time) and really experience the inner qualitative change,
    • the rhythm pervading the external world. The moment thinking really
    • remain in the realm of thought and learn through thinking itself. The
    • realm of thought. There are exercises of an opposite kind; among them are
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    • be the one to arouse in men a realisation of what had happened for
    • mean a very great deal for us; only it is necessary to realise that the
    • spiritual reality. They did not see merely trees, or merely plants, but
    • be allowed to go on receiving a divine and spiritual reality that came
    • ready to admit of the former that it is complicated, that it is real and
    • as unreal, preferring to regard it as a kind of hallucination that befell
    • the real, inner impulse of the event of
    • was a reality, an event that
    • can be placed in the realm of reality, then Christianity has meaning; or
    • of mankind. That is the real reason for the existence of this tendency. That
    • ago ceased caring whether or not we have a real understanding of the
    • shall never find the realm whence Christ came down to unite Himself with
    • beyond the earth. The time has come when man must realise with full
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    • be the one to arouse in men a realisation of what had happened for
    • mean a very great deal for us; only it is necessary to realise that the
    • spiritual reality. They did not see merely trees, or merely plants, but
    • be allowed to go on receiving a divine and spiritual reality that came
    • ready to admit of the former that it is complicated, that it is real and
    • as unreal, preferring to regard it as a kind of hallucination that befell
    • the real, inner impulse of the event of
    • was a reality, an event that
    • can be placed in the realm of reality, then Christianity has meaning; or
    • of mankind. That is the real reason for the existence of this tendency. That
    • ago ceased caring whether or not we have a real understanding of the
    • shall never find the realm whence Christ came down to unite Himself with
    • beyond the earth. The time has come when man must realise with full
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    • administered the central anthroposophical life with real inner faithfulness
    • behind him. These things must be faced as they exist in real life. Anthroposophists
    • as anthroposophical content from realms beyond the Earth. And the same
    • or in South Germany. They are real individualities.
    • of experiments will follow, and we shall work in a really practical
    • calls forth something that cannot be made real from one day to the next.
    • some of you to grasp the real connections between what the soil yields
    • realised on a larger scale — translated into scientific terms
    • a real love for farming; one who remembers his small peasant farm and
    • point for carrying some of the real and genuine “peasant wit”
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    • consider well what a great difference it makes, whether you really stir
    • not really native to the district. But you can get over this difficulty.
    • What is the best time to plant cereals?
    • in your cereals; if farther from the winter months, a strong nutritive
    • of mould, we had to use methods which interfere with the real virtue
    • the properties of cereals — wheat, for example — and then
    • That cannot really be answered purely as a farming question. Within
    • Really
    • ramified stems; what you are really wanting would not develop properly.
    • of the real beauty of the folk-dialects! It was a kind of cultural philosophy.
    • No, I should not advise it. In such a case, I think, we really must
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    • really get it odourless, it would indicate that the method is really
    • methods for meadow- and pasture-land, cereal crops, orchards and vineyards
    • it if it is really harmful.
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    • a new fertility. For our needs to-day, we really have no choice to stop
    • impulses of will. We should consider what we can really do for the moral
    • because it is in the earthly sphere. When it takes place in a realm
    • the like. Is the specially prepared manure important for cereals also,
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    • in general, you must realise what it is that comes to expression in
    • itself. If you get no seed, you have not really got the weed. If, on
    • once for all, is not intended to work into the realm of the living —
    • go through such an objective education if this knowledge becomes a reality
    • the plants from which they are derived. Thus, if a plant is really the
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    • by a few landmarks, prompted us to search. We dug on and on. The realer
    • and realise itself in human beings! With this as a background, one can
    • with real-life practicality when he spoke on another occasion of wanting
    • get out of touch with the conditions and challenges of real life.
    • added to the earlier realisation of the undeniable dependence of plants
    • realm. Science has progressed to the point where material effects produced
    • belong to the realm of the fantastic and incredible. They do not meet
    • given which could only later be brought to realisation in the writer's
    • orator of real elegance. You needn't believe everything he says,
    • and the various plant forms came into being. When one realises that
    • future research to the next realisation, which will achieve an
    • keeping down insect pests. People are beginning to realise that insect
    • to insect depredators. It has been a bitter realisation that insect
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    • not yet awakened to the real importance of the hydrogen content for
    • which has even now become reality to some extent. Artificial manures
    • Steiner: The fact is, the only really sound manure is cattle manure.
    • really healthy manure. At the same time, a healthy nitrogen content
    • whereas with cereals a moist soil is needed.
    • it into albumen or protein. I think the danger is very real. If these
    • to quite other causes than the real ones, namely, the feeding of the
    • for the growth of cereals, this “Humogen” — as it
    • Streicher: In the growth of cereals. ...
    • for cereals, Dr. Steiner indicated dead-nettle and sainfoin. They should
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    • light in the realms of Anthroposophia, we also need to live in it
    • days — I trust they will also be days of real good work —
    • is scarcely a realm of human life which lies outside our subject.
    • very destructive form especially as regards the economic realm,
    • Our real underlying
    • they were unable to realise in all directions what lay in their
    • Movement, have been realised. Nay, they have not even reached the
    • plane of discussion. What was the real, practical point? I will
    • farming job itself. That is to say, unless one really knows what it
    • itself should really cease. So long as people do not recognise that
    • all talk of Economics — hovering airily over the realities
    • several domains they are no longer able to go back to the real
    • within its narrow limits, is nonsense if in reality its growth
    • Such instincts really
    • be perfectly correct. Real life, however, often cannot afford to take
    • speak only in this way. We are in real earnest about it. I only
    • abnormal. The cereals would look very queer indeed. Their stems would
    • about the distribution of the lunar forces in the earthly realm. There
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    • can only be realised in the immediate application and are only
    • ideas can give no real information as to the exact relationships,
    • because they do not penetrate to the realities involved. We shall
    • is added. In reality, however, the earthly soil as such not
    • coming to a realm of knowledge, immensely significant for practical
    • throughout the growth of Nature. The Earth's surface is a real organ,
    • growth of plants — are in reality cosmic influences rayed back
    • “contain no foodstuffs” — are in reality no less
    • Earth what we may call the life-ethereal and the
    • reality a means of transport, for the influences of cosmic entities
    • vegetation or another. First we must know what is really happening.
    • “How can we really make use of this for the growth of
    • We get indications that will really help us, where we should
    • their forces down into the earthly realm. To recognise these
    • complexity attained within the Earth-domain, we now have a tiny realm
    • realm of chaos is there, then the entire surrounding Universe begins
    • in our earthly realm, we must drive the earthly as far as possible
    • Earth-realm, the external forces of the Earth influence it very
    • Earth does not really want to preserve this form.
    • really be named the Jupiter-flower. For the force of Jupiter,
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    • by an ethereal — for the ethereal is the true bearer of
    • permeated by an ethereal. The latter will either stay still —
    • ethereal must be spread out, wherever the framework is. Once more,
    • there must be something ethereal wherever the framework is. Now this
    • ethereal, if it remained alone, could certainly not exist as such
    • physical carrier of that Spiritual which works in the ethereal? (For
    • we may say, the ethereal represents the lowest kind of spiritual
    • ethereal that the ethereal, moistened once more with sulphur, brings
    • essence that moves along the paths of the oxygen. For the ethereal
    • the ethereal, is living — unless indeed it has been killed or
    • bearer of life — that is, of the ethereal. And it becomes the
    • outset the oxygen must always be drawn out of the earth realm;
    • reality, oxygen is the bearer of the living ether, and the living
    • — whether in man or anywhere in Nature there the ethereal
    • is, thither the astral extends. The ethereal principle of life would
    • nitrogen drags the ethereal.
    • oxygen — that is, the ethereal life. Then comes the internal
    • it. Nitrogen is the real mediator, for the oxygen to be turned into
    • for the spiritual relation, which is no less a reality, only the
    • the spiritual realm.
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    • with the realities of Agriculture as the customary science of to-day
    • into the spiritual realm. It does not merely recognise the coarse material
    • the manuring question, shows how little idea they really have of what
    • soil with the characteristic properties which proceed from the ethereal
    • ethereal vitality. Hence you will find it easier to permeate ordinary
    • “hollowed upward” to surround the plant with its ethereal
    • you all this to awaken in you an idea of the really intimate kinship
    • really in the life of Nature. The point is now to recognise the following.
    • get at the real earthy element; you will penetrate at most to the watery
    • despised, for they preserve something not only of the ethereal
    • that has been added to it, the compost heap really contains ethereal
    • and living elements and also astral. Living ethereal and astral elements
    • in liquid manure, yet in a more stable form. The ethereal and astral
    • thriving ethereal element. Hypertrophy of the ethereal in the heap of
    • the ethereal is absorbed by the quicklime, and therewith oxygen too
    • way of the ethereal. Think, therefore: the astral, without first passing
    • via the ethereal, penetrates strongly into the earthy element. Thereby
    • has horns in order to send into itself the astral-ethereal formative
    • astral and ethereal content. In the astral it has been permeated with
    • the nitrogen-carrying forces, and in the ethereal with oxygen-carrying
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    • living must be kept within the living sphere. Ethereal life, as we have
    • has really been achieved. We must oppose or fight those things alone
    • we are really exploiting the land is quite correct. Indeed,
    • the fact that they are really groping about in the dark. It is a very
    • do not treat the plants as madly as they would do if they really followed
    • it is really to receive all that it needs from the Earth. For which
    • we need in the organic world are really set free — provided
    • realm; notably with potash salts, for instance. As to the mere
    • process, to that which really constitutes the body of the plant,
    • or roads, where cereals or potatoes or any other crops are growing.
    • the manure, while all the time we remain within the realm of living
    • things. We never go out of the living realm into that of inorganic chemistry.
    • how we constantly remain within the living realm. In this case, living
    • healthy plants — really more healthy — if you manure in
    • where it grows wild in Nature. It should really grow around man's heart,
    • is that it should be inwardly consistent, with really nutritive intensity.
    • healing effect, the calcium must remain within the realm of life; it must
    • not fall out of the living realm. Ordinary time or the like is of no
    • But if we want a rampant ethereal development, of whatsoever kind, to
    • of plants. In reality, it is of the greatest significance.
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    • if you really reckon on these influences which remain unconsidered
    • But it proves nothing in reality. If you are working exactly, you must
    • are when they have been a little peppered. So we begin really to reckon
    • working down here below. This is the real phenomenon. Certain cosmic
    • are unaware what a specialised thing the Sun is. The Sun is not really
    • terms — albeit, pardonable nonsense. We should really speak of
    • way has a real expansive power. (I only call it pepper on account of
    • speaking, we cannot really say “plant diseases.” The rather
    • the physical through the ethereal. There is a certain normal condition.
    • plant has in it no real astral body. Hence the specific way of being
    • of the ethereal within the Earth. It does so more easily when the earth
    • Then you will really take the processes of growth in hand. (We shall
    • is the really important thing. To experiment at random on these matters,
    • as is done to-day, is no real science. The mere jotting-down of isolated
    • Real science
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    • plant or cereal. Indeed, this would apply to any tree — it is
    • earth. The tree is really “earth” for that which grows upon
    • out of which our herbaceous plants and cereals spring forth.
    • the boughs and branches still belong to this). Out of all this the real
    • are the real plant—rooted in the trunk and branches of the tree,
    • as the herbaceous plants and cereals are rooted in the Earth.
    • be. No such thing need exist in reality, but this illustration will
    • with it, as it were, in a more ethereal way. What I have hypothetically
    • In the tree with its cambium or formative layer, the earth-realm itself
    • that is, through the ethereal. We must learn to look with macrocosmic
    • realm it is easiest of all for one to attain to a certain higher development.
    • we still remain within the realms of life — of some of its ethericity.
    • poverty in the realm of the free-roots? We only need Look about us,
    • the faculty to regulate the ethereal vitality within the soil whenever
    • the chalky, limestone nature, whereby the ethereal is duly conducted
    • however, will not lead you to perceive what the animals really are in
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    • inside the body. In reality there is not a single combustion-process
    • theory — I really mean it, brilliant. And when people begin to
    • act according to these theories, they no longer hit off the reality
    • really speak of a two-foldness of the organism — such, however,
    • in their turn develop the real Ego-forces. These they give off in the
    • know that this is the real mutual process.
    • you really took all these remedies the one would cancel the other out,
    • this kind of “exact science” is not exact at all in reality,
    • food? It is a very real question, only as a rule we are not prone to
    • are two sides to every question, and we must realise how all these things
    • the real advantage of the vegetarian mode of life. It makes us stronger
    • realm of strong vitality. It wants to remain therein. It is the most
    • in this way. Person who have nothing to say out of a real or well-founded
    • a really good result, he will not feel a very easy conscience in rejecting
    • here taken place is intended as real, useful work, and as such it has
    • as a piece of real hard work, work which is tending to great and fruitful
    • Agriculture Conference we have also enjoyed a real farm festival. Therefore
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    • was what we now see realized in the mineral world. The
    • a real priestly garment. The priest wears first of all an
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    • was what we now see realized in the mineral world. The
    • a real priestly garment. The priest wears first of all an
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    • mankind is gradually learning to realize. And in the future
    • we would really understand this
    • human. These latter are really no more than a kind of
    • reality is the reversed Holy Grail. And the ray from the
    • spiritual reality. In the mysteries it was called the
    • to perceive what blood really signifies when we learn to
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    • mankind is gradually learning to realize. And in the future
    • we would really understand this
    • human. These latter are really no more than a kind of
    • reality is the reversed Holy Grail. And the ray from the
    • spiritual reality. In the mysteries it was called the
    • to perceive what blood really signifies when we learn to
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    • being is in reality an image of the sphere, of the cosmic
    • upon his real, inner soul-spiritual being, as it existed
    • of one's inner being, is really based upon this: To
    • Table). In reality, we are still in the external world,
    • realize quite clearly that everything a human being takes
    • in from outside, is like something which should not really
    • and forces from outside. In reality, everything we eat, is
    • one with us: we offer resistance, and life really consists
    • take a real poison, it destroys us, because we are unable
    • must therefore try to grasp what I really mean.
    • least, his life and to some extent also his real form) in
    • longer have a real connection with the human being; we must
    • real connection with his environment, in which he
    • traveling as trading vessels over the sea, are really the
    • past epochs, people really
    • reality they do not have the slightest idea of what these
    • things really mean. For it is necessary to consider them in
    • is the encompassing element. It is really the symbol of the
    • sting. And Sagittarius is in reality an animal form ending
    • is really a goat ending in
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    • being is in reality an image of the sphere, of the cosmic
    • upon his real, inner soul-spiritual being, as it existed
    • of one's inner being, is really based upon this: To
    • Table). In reality, we are still in the external world,
    • realize quite clearly that everything a human being takes
    • in from outside, is like something which should not really
    • and forces from outside. In reality, everything we eat, is
    • one with us: we offer resistance, and life really consists
    • take a real poison, it destroys us, because we are unable
    • must therefore try to grasp what I really mean.
    • least, his life and to some extent also his real form) in
    • longer have a real connection with the human being; we must
    • real connection with his environment, in which he
    • traveling as trading vessels over the sea, are really the
    • past epochs, people really
    • reality they do not have the slightest idea of what these
    • things really mean. For it is necessary to consider them in
    • is the encompassing element. It is really the symbol of the
    • sting. And Sagittarius is in reality an animal form ending
    • is really a goat ending in
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    • Steiner describes the realms inhabited by almost limitless varieties of
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    • Steiner describes the realms inhabited by almost limitless varieties of
    • realms of consciousness of man and the hierarchies. Lowest stage
    • will again be image of the spiritual reality. The mission of Spiritual
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    • Steiner describes the realms inhabited by almost limitless varieties of
    • elemental beings, as they may be called. Man is really never alone;
    • view of life. He who does not realize these things passes through life in
    • are those whom I have described as having their real habitat on the
    • be sure, these beings of the astral plane, with their real home on the
    • whole earthly vegetation and all that lives on earth, you will realize the
    • really free, really mature, for we are then aware of the activities
    • human liver. You must of course be clear that if one really wants to
    • really drawn from the Mysteries which does not express deep wisdom which
    • More and more it will be realized that the myths contain wisdom and
    • of reality and enable him to bring knowledge and wisdom into life.
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    • stages of our Earth's evolution, you will realize that what in
    • In this way you will realize
    • connected with all this. You must realize that in speaking of these
    • in cosmic space. Gradually we begin to realize that the forces streaming
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    • Steiner describes the realms inhabited by almost limitless varieties of
    • no opportunity of throwing light upon the higher realms of spiritual
    • them really need not see them. So, spiritual forces and spiritual beings
    • is today. In fact, seen externally, it could really be pictured as a
    • and described only the moving hand. In reality, what took place there
    • high enough to be able really to endure the sun existence. You must
    • with the moon-existence. This Sun-Spirit who is therefore really a displaced
    • work as the teachers of the first initiates. From this you may realize
    • of the cosmos; one must realize that when a planet has already fulfilled
    • in the physical realm may be just what the physicist describes, but
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    • Steiner describes the realms inhabited by almost limitless varieties of
    • realized through this force of warmth alone. It was a rarefied material
    • the more correct and real.
    • That is the really childish picture!
    • get to know the realities. In a certain way, however, such a kind of
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    • Steiner describes the realms inhabited by almost limitless varieties of
    • first embodiment of the Earth if we realize the following: Saturn had
    • of Moon evolution, a repetition of the Moon stage, and only then really
    • were warmer. It may be clearer for you to realize to what extent man
    • one eye — went back to this stage. It was no real eye and to describe
    • had real worth and significance, yet he could not perceive the objects
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    • Steiner describes the realms inhabited by almost limitless varieties of
    • reverse of what one might expect if a really literal repetition took
    • was the very opposite of what had really existed. For the intellect
    • it was really a kind of sense-system. It was in fact a system of warmth
    • and the later glandular system which was organized was really only able
    • The consciousness of man today is really expressed in what one could
    • bear in mind this radical alteration in personality, if you realize,
    • will waft fragrantly towards the Jupiter beings out of the whole realm
    • living in the body, what really makes him, so to speak, an entity who
    • real Christianity. In this way we can characterize the evolution of
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    • Steiner describes the realms inhabited by almost limitless varieties of
    • realms of consciousness of man and the hierarchies. Lowest stage
    • cannot share this indolence, for the beings are absolutely real. And
    • completely corresponding to reality. They are the beings who create
    • is in reality one of the Archangels. You will now find it comprehensible
    • they really mean nothing, they mean by it an abstract external combination
    • of the characteristics of a folk. In reality there is a spiritual representative,
    • word “Providence” is really guided. If one has undertaken
    • to rise into the higher worlds. The physical plane of external reality
    • the Gods by turning his attention completely away from outer reality;
    • to realize that there are beings who should have risen during the Moon-evolution
    • earth Original Forces who are really immature Powers. We are now learning
    • actually be Powers, and among the Original Forces who have really no
    • are not willing to concede reality to Satan; they deny him. This dates
    • Darkness; people thought: Darkness is a negation of light, light is real,
    • but darkness is not real — and they made that apply spiritually.
    • They ascribed reality to the Spirits who manifest in light, but to Satan
    • who manifests in darkness they denied reality. That is just about as
    • is only a lack of warmth, it is not real in itself; if we make the warmth
    • away; cold is not a reality — so do not let us think of winter!
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    • Steiner describes the realms inhabited by almost limitless varieties of
    • understand what is meant if we realize that taking part in the life
    • should not have the real will to unlock that world which must gradually
    • on the Moon and have now ascended higher. Such a coarse corporeal nature
    • realm that has received us all. They are also spoken of as nature-spirits;
    • as instrument of the thinking ego. You will best realize what is meant
    • Now you can easily realize
    • The outer is always a real manifestation of the inner. All that we see
    • Now you will realize that
    • Then their corporeality is so compressed that they lie in a congested
    • All these symbols have their true foundation in reality. These beings
    • have a sort of automatic intelligence because it really acts automatically.
    • corporeal nature; they are called dreamers and visionaries by ordinary
    • the Salamanders really come from. They are actually a fourth kind. If
    • the pitch where those who know reality are called dreamers and visionaries,
    • whereas the real visionaries are those who wish to cling only to the
    • to true realization. It is the saying which we have learnt in Christian
    • free.” Knowledge of full and complete truth and reality can make
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    • Steiner describes the realms inhabited by almost limitless varieties of
    • physical world. The human ego is really a group ego which has descended
    • can realize from this fact how birth and death in human life have not
    • they really play a role. In fact they are not only to be found where
    • What really underlies this we have already related. We have given the
    • reports are made. For matters of spiritual reality one needs no documents;
    • great truth, the great law, will be realized that the most individual
    • on the fact that today there is really general agreement upon the truths
    • we find them through inwardly realizing them. If one wants to show that
    • their complete freedom and individuality. To realize this is necessary
    • real, an actuality. Again, where metals come in contact with the rest
    • of the earthy realm there lie whole bundles of the beings we call Gnomes.
    • a physical corporeality; but the beings whom they revered as the Gods,
    • — who is a positive reality — has just slightly contacted
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    • Steiner describes the realms inhabited by almost limitless varieties of
    • facts. In order to realize that man is not quite the simple being which
    • clear about this and realize particularly how the sense-organs, glands,
    • of explosion really takes place in the astral world when man utters
    • today to know of beings which are just as real as the things which we
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    • Steiner describes the realms inhabited by almost limitless varieties of
    • will again be image of the spiritual reality. The mission of Spiritual
    • our earthly sphere those forms of physical reality with the relationship
    • are for man thus acquire a very real significance. They form the magnetic
    • still more if we realize from spiritual science the true source of man's
    • artistic creation and artistic appreciation. To come to this realization
    • the relationships that have been described. You can realize this through
    • to and fro in space which are to be felt so strongly are realities,
    • seem to the modern man, because the Greek temple is a physical corporeality
    • their etheric bodies into real contact with the spatial lines familiar
    • To someone having a real feeling in such matters the Greek temple has
    • in it, because the God can dwell in the forms. Only thus does one really
    • in the spiritual world. And here let us realize in our thoughts how
    • manifestations of spiritual reality. This is only the case, however,
    • outer reality, for there alone it has solid ground under its feet.
    • talks since he knows nothing of the realities of the spiritual world.
    • that man has won in various realms will flow together into an All-culture,
    • when it is realized again what forms ought to be, one will feel that
    • in a new incarnation, many things already realized. which live in them
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    • Spiritual Soul and to uphold the reality of individual
    • real ghosts of the 19th century move about among the men of
    • the spiritual, cosmic realities underlying such a
    • realise that they must rescue themselves from Ahriman's
    • into their hands. Anthroposophists must learn to realise
    • into the realms of the Angeloi. While the Michael
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    • Foundation Meeting should not really be passed on to any
    • things because such lectures ought really to be given only
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    • From Symptom to Reality in Modern History
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    • real conception of them if we imagine their mood of soul as
    • was an absolutely real conception to them: — In the
    • own thoughts as my own possession. I can not really say, I
    • for a moment that it had really succeeded. What would then
    • were troubled and disquieted by what was really
    • did not really come to an end until the 16th or 17th
    • they were disquieted by what was really left as an heritage
    • as a consequence, these few reached up far more to a real
    • when they flow out after death into the ethereal
    • spiritual — or at the very least, ethereal
    • life in the Spiritual Soul, while all the spiritual reality
    • that surrounds us (surrounds us as a reality, no less so
    • really killed all meaning. To speak radically, we will say:
    • research it can be discovered among the real facts that
    • shadow of reality, takes hold of them. In ancient times,
    • shadow points to some reality. The realities are there
    • Thinking, to compensate for the former heavenly reality, an
    • earthly reality must be found once more.’
    • humanity be strong enough to find this earthly reality of
    • heavenly reality?’
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    • vague and undefined way. People make no real effort to
    • on the blackboard). Here we have the realm in which we live
    • discover in the realm between death and a new birth. Such
    • Spirit-realm, but out of his own former lives on earth. He
    • realm works upon the animals, causing them to act
    • realm out of which the animals act instinctively, namely
    • the realm of the spirit.
    • these words we turn our eyes to a real spiritual fact. Much
    • yonder realm which they have entered.
    • life, which are a true image of real spiritual happenings.
    • so by thinking the realities that are enacted there.
    • bluish-violet ethereal atmosphere. It is a living and
    • received. He experiences it in fullness of reality
    • — a reality, which I had to describe not long ago as
    • a reality more real than that of the senses between birth
    • and death. He experiences a reality in the midst of which
    • he stands more fully, more glowingly than in any reality of
    • into the reality and being of the Kyriotetes, Dynamis and
    • which is: ‘to carry the real Being away.’ (As
    • forego,’ which means in reality a ‘giving
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    • up into cosmic realms as the study of karma. The study of
    • beyond this is in reality a life given by grace. What lies
    • and it is not unreal — on the contrary, it is most
    • conscious of the spiritual, cosmic realities that underlie
    • by such an idea as this. Then you will realise how this
    • other realms of life. I need only say the following: The
    • quite instinctively; so that the question did not really
    • era. But did He really stand before us in all His glory, in
    • Being of the Sun, to the earth? Did we really experience
    • must be followed out in detail, if we would really
    • taken in real earnest, the time has now come when we must
    • accordance with the instructions, though he has no real
    • ‘Have I not really done an awful wrong?’
    • really to play a helpful part in his destiny. For they were
    • really speak of a certain ‘salvation of the
    • confusion; things were not really clear, and the result was
    • begin, when we take the thought of karma in real earnest.
    • founded in the real essence of human life. Such a Movement
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    • and indeed the real action of the human being.
    • into the planetary realms. Before this point, these souls
    • really understanding such a conception had dwindled very
    • could find no real understanding of the saying that Christ
    • Christ as a God, a God from unknown realms, who had united
    • this Christ beyond the Earth — had really become an
    • suddenly expected to know the real person, and his inner
    • not.’ That He was on Earth, this they had not really
    • What is Anthroposophy in its reality? My dear friends, if
    • really grown. They were less weary of the old Paganism;
    • — they themselves were among the souls who in reality
    • They were still waiting to become real Christians. These
    • One may say, they know nothing of it in reality. We need
    • external realm of the senses. Anthroposophy is to raise the
    • self-knowledge which is to realise that we belong to the
    • approaching such realities as these and thinking a little
    • theory — this we shall now apply to real life. It is
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    • really lasts the whole day long. Be that as it may, the
    • whole of his past earthly life — was in reality not
    • very real feeling: It was a language of spiritual Beings in
    • Christ I only did not notice it, but in reality every night
    • all the processes of Nature and the whole realm of Nature,
    • look at such events as this. For these things were really
    • really approach the Mystery of Golgotha, if in
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    • centre for the real connection of man with the spiritual
    • the realms of mineral and plant-nature and to all that
    • her full radiance, in full reality of soul. They did not
    • reality throughout the world: — Earth, Water, Fire,
    • one man and another, the upward vision of all the realities
    • to make acquaintance in very reality of soul with the seven
    • Divine-spiritual figures, living and real.
    • was radiant with them. And there was one who was in reality
    • It was really
    • Real-Schule in Wiener-Neustadt. Now the
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    • reality of the spiritual world was utterly impossible in
    • the spiritual world in its reality.
    • real Law of Nature in the 16th, 17th, and 18th, and in a
    • realisation through physical inheritance.
    • realm of Michael — no matter whether they were
    • them. But they have little knowledge that could really
    • around Michael and who are living in the realm of the
    • the Sun. Christ who had hitherto worked within the realm of
    • clear to ourselves what this really means. It is a fact
    • opponents, because they do not observe its really important
    • see how they wrestled to understand what is the real and
    • world. The great conflict between Nominalism and Realism
    • concepts. The ‘Realist’ sees in them real
    • belonged to the realm of Michael was now unfolding down
    • gathered around him those who belonged to his realm in the
    • birth, and those, also belonging to his realm, who in their
    • once before, we really look down on to the earth, albeit
    • many souls within the realm of Michael took part in it, at
    • down to the earthly realm from the life between death and a
    • from the realm of the Exusiai, Dynamis and Kyriotetes down
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    • during which we live, in an ethereal or other higher form
    • within the earthly realm, the Mystery of Golgotha took
    • departure from their realm — the realm of the Sun.
    • You must realise,
    • — he found it again in the realm of mankind
    • reflection in the single human head. In its reality it had
    • is no more. Now was this really true?
    • really happened, and to bring these matters to full
    • understand in the realm of Anthroposophy, and which is
    • realm as he has actually descended.
    • not as it really is or with its true spiritual background.
    • He sees it in a material form which is not there in reality
    • to express these sublime realities. Simple as the words may
    • he manipulates his arguments. The really decisive question
    • This after all is easy to realise; but it is essential in
    • the present age of Michael for this realisation also to
    • earthly realm. All this they would have seen as it really
    • In reality,
    • conceived — whether it be more or less real, or
    • really seen how the souls who today, out of their
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    • to all Sun-impulses. This being the case, we shall realise
    • last third of the 19th century it did really happen that
    • received, though unconsciously, a real power of
    • sincere way that really moves the soul — without
    • is really a time of great decisions, for, if we may
    • time have referred — for in reality the present age
    • It is the best preparation for true and real spiritual
    • in reality are only now growing into Christianity. The
    • only then will a real living-together within the
    • the real facts of history.
    • today by those who would fain observe realities.
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    • The real karmic
    • You must realise
    • afraid, above all, of stinging into the Ahrimanic realm.
    • To realise how
    • real earnest will tell you: One has been karmically united,
    • their whole expression, what the Spirit really is, for it
    • no merely formal sense but in their reality. We must
    • thing alone can bring the realities of intellectualism
    • of them are clever. Really we cannot escape from this
    • is the real author, and we mistake it for a human work? To
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    • — lived on traditionally, with a certain reality of
    • scholars we find a very real reflection of those old
    • heretic. Today we have to study the matter in its reality.
    • man dies in our time — a man who was really able,
    • the cosmos. Then he passed through the realm of souls,
    • when one looks down from the realm of Michael on to the
    • realities the passage of the Intelligence into the single
    • realms of Michael they could only say: Now there will enter
    • the evolution of the Michael realm has taken place behind
    • course exist in reality. ‘Intelligence’ means
    • many Angeloi.’ This is the reality.
    • from the realm of Michael where they had been before, and
    • reality a gathering of Spiritual Beings. When we look up to
    • external aspect. In reality we have to do with a gathering
    • come about? How are the forces really there, which lead
    • is striving back again to his real karma. He is striving
    • once more to live and express the real karma. This is the
    • realise the following: For the human beings who are
    • in reality an image of mighty conflicts that took place
    • really live in us, — if there can live in us the
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    • until now. I realize that in saying this I am describing an
    • founding of Christianity, we realize that in a certain
    • consider what has really happened. This is of course only a
    • find in Plato, whose brilliance really appears as a
    • Greeks could not really do much. He was awe-inspiringly
    • important thing. We feel that this is really all important.
    • humanity will realize what it means that the starting point
    • even though he doesn't realize it. Not only what is
    • reality in order to arrive at this knowledge.
    • Darwinism as an impulse and don't realize the
    • representatives of Christianity against real or alleged
    • the reality, in order to show how mysteriously Christ
    • to the Germanic peoples. It is He, the real, true Christ,
    • question, it will be guided to an event which in reality
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    • time in an unusual state of consciousness. It was really
    • they really felt as though something we can only call the
    • reality which is also indicated in other gospels, but which
    • really occurred over that land: that for this observation
    • this notable natural phenomenon means. I really can't
    • event of Golgotha really took place, and that the body
    • cross, that this death was really a birth, the birth of
    • In reality
    • had really taught them about the kingdom of the spirit. And
    • And now they realized that they had been with the Christ,
    • had walked with the resurrected Christ. Now they realized
    • he was really the same one with whom they had traveled with
    • apostles had really been with Christ Jesus before the
    • consciousness had been dimmed. They therefore realized that
    • Anthroposophical – Society, should realize that
    • effort if in my early youth I had received a real Christian
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    • similar to a human body and realized the moment of highest
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    • really belong, but will help to explain Bath Kol. Later on
    • height, to the realm of the sun. And now he heard, as if
    • coming from the realm of the sun, words which he had
    • the voice from heaven, all that is really essential to
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    • humanity. For you will certainly realize from the
    • get along well with them, but they didn't really
    • which experienced Ahriman and Lucifer fleeing and realized
    • to relate how it really was.
    • them and began to say things which in reality only Christ
    • admit that I was astonished when I realized that the
    • because then the real Christ Jesus could still be there.
    • scruples. I would really prefer not to speak about such
    • Real
    • esteemed by our contemporaries, who don't realize
    • to realize that the Christ-Being only puts them on as a
    • as a new annunciation, and realize how impossible it is to
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    • In the ancient past it was known that knowledge of spiritual realities
    • first perceiving some spiritual reality he could narrow his focus and
    • says that the second coming of Christ will occur in the realm of the
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    • the future be guessed? Is prophecy really possible? It is possible because
    • That is the way things are realized. They depend upon the freedom and
    • of the human microcosm. In this way the music of the spheres was a reality
    • we can see the lines of a future reality beginning to form. To the extent
    • we can realize the ideal of this future reality. A new race will be
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    • the future be guessed? Is prophecy really possible? It is possible because
    • That is the way things are realized. They depend upon the freedom and
    • of the human microcosm. In this way the music of the spheres was a reality
    • we can see the lines of a future reality beginning to form. To the extent
    • we can realize the ideal of this future reality. A new race will be
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    • plagues. But the passage concerning the two-horned beast was a real
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    • we have seen how deep their meaning really is. All the images have shown
    • plane, they had experienced in the etheric realm. Their last words were
    • The book portrays a real
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    • on May 8, 1891, then our feelings and thoughts are real forces and create
    • a real, spiritual bridge to another form of existence. Another world
    • such thoughts and feelings are really living rays, rays of spiritual
    • a reality. When our soul, dwelling in our body, wants to work on the
    • then we must realize that all of her efforts are bound up with the proper
    • history of humankind. The people of the twentieth century cannot really
    • case that there are no mistakes to be found in them. But those who really
    • clear about this if we realize that the physical body must be evermore
    • but they are really mixtures and are quite unlike those distinct
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    • much more real than anything we call pictures in our poor language.
    • These astral pictures are much more real than what exists here. These
    • it is really only explained by Theosophy. Think of the pathfinder whom
    • realize that justice should prevail, that justice should live, if you
    • realize that humankind cannot live without the beautiful and the good,
    • takes its substance from the realm of feelings; and atma from the realm
    • made enthusiasm for the good into a reality, then what is called the
    • taken from the realm of atma, the atma or breath of the human being.
    • a knowing soul. A real tree is actually incorporated in the human being,
    • is really a prophetic book, that we can read from it the future that
    • it wants to be a real influence on our modern culture.
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    • We must realize that the soul development of humankind
    • only became a real earthly human being through a process of hardening.
    • in our time that will lead to brotherly love through real spiritual
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    • the realm of matter the blood is flowing and while it is flowing, the
    • but, through legends, to come to realize what humanity has been given
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    • within them the real etheric body of Sem in order to make themselves
    • Christian devotion if we realize that such a mystery lived in him. Around
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    • to work with magic from the periphery of the earth out of the realm of
    • been explained in occult schools by real experts who do not explain
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    • something of real significance develops out of such a life. I say advisedly
    • of real significance. For when such a consciousness as this is placed
    • trials and temptations which beset a person when he really approaches the
    • only in accordance with external physical reality, only in accordance with
    • more away from the concrete spiritual world, is really permeated with the
    • thing is to have a live consciousness in one's soul of what is really
    • and perhaps also talked about it, their gaze was really only actually
    • able to follow the beautiful forms that live in an art that really has its
    • and Equality can come to realization in the life of mankind, unless they
    • realized, was, as you know, only discovered at the turn of the 18th and 19th
    • of the real becoming of the earth. The truth of the matter is as
    • imagine that a great poet, a really great poet who creates out of the
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    • something of real significance develops out of such a life. I say advisedly
    • of real significance. For when such a consciousness as this is placed
    • trials and temptations which beset a person when he really approaches the
    • only in accordance with external physical reality, only in accordance with
    • more away from the concrete spiritual world, is really permeated with the
    • thing is to have a live consciousness in one's soul of what is really
    • and perhaps also talked about it, their gaze was really only actually
    • able to follow the beautiful forms that live in an art that really has its
    • and Equality can come to realization in the life of mankind, unless they
    • realized, was, as you know, only discovered at the turn of the 18th and 19th
    • of the real becoming of the earth. The truth of the matter is as
    • imagine that a great poet, a really great poet who creates out of the
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    • mystic, occult heights, we see at once that a real, true
    • acquire knowledge, we refuse what we really ought not to refuse,
    • secret of the world) to all that concerns what is really deepest in
    • it may be called, in any unreal way, it will be necessary in several
    • really has been said. For this reason, therefore, it will be
    • outside world, really consists of a duality. And for anyone who
    • really can confront us only in the field of occultism. A question may
    • reach its full growth into a real brain.
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    • teach us that this portion really presents a picture in a certain
    • these organs really have a task similar to that of the brain. At the
    • gallbladder, which has really a very complicated relation to the
    • inner worlds the realm of the unconscious, in contrast to the
    • conscious realm we have learned to know in the life of the brain.
    • which the spiritual eye actually sees, that is, of something real
    • have brought about between our blood and the real external
    • successful, ought, properly speaking, to be really lofty, moral or
    • real being out of himself, as if something which he does not
    • phrases, but observe what exists as reality in man, namely, the
    • advance further, to the thought that man can really live in the
    • sensible as well as super-sensible realities, we consider carefully
  • Title: An Occult Physiology: Lecture 3: Co-operation in the Human Duality
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    • that same world that exists in reality behind the sense-impressions,
    • shows us that this really is the case, that in all these organs is
    • mystics, whether they had for their foundation more of reality or
    • really our own Self as physical man.
    • in reality, to external sight which uses the b