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  • Title: Chapter: About the Author, the People, and the Background of this Book
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    • dealt with the scientific teaching of
    • Dominicans who had preceded him, and although he did not follow their
    • the young student, who well may have listened to those evening mealtime
    • One of the outstanding figures among the Friends of God was the wealthy
    • daughter of one of the leading families of Strassburg. But although he had
    • the world, to devote himself and his wealth to the service of God, and to
    • when suddenly he experienced a tremendous feeling of exaltation so that, as
    • garden for sheer joy. But as quickly as the mood of exaltation came upon
    • the vigorous directness of the Reformers. Although Tauler loved, as he
    • Amsterdam in 1340. His parents were wealthy, and at the age of fifteen
    • allowed to regain his health. Groote recovered, and not long after was sought
    • profession which would give them undue wealth.
    • Living in the world, they were altogether unworldly.”
    • Paracelsus' lectures dealt with cure of the diseases current among the
    • up his case. Although he had promised to pay Paracelsus' fee in the event of
    • Jacob Boehme was born on April 24, 1575 in the little German village of Alt
    • three years, since it was clear that Jacob's health would never permit him
    • Dresden, Dr. Balthazar Walther, the nobleman Carl Ender von Sercha, and the
    • His devoted student, Dr. Balthazar Walther, had arranged that Boehme was to
    • be a guest in the home of Dr. Benedict Hinckelmann, Walther's successor as
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  • Title: Chapter: Agrippa of Nettesheim and Theophrastus Paracelsus
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    • centuries, which has altogether different data at its disposal. In such a
    • Moritz Carriere does him this injustice when he says — although not with
    • The animals have a sense of nature which, more exalted than human reason,
    • to sickness and health. Thus one puts a spell upon thieves that enjoins them
    • until the year 1531, although it had been composed as early as 1510, because he
    • Winkelmann) in the following beautiful sentences: “When the healthy nature
    • basic substances, namely, of salt, sulphur, and mercury. What he so
    • the residue is salt-like, the soluble (liquid), mercury-like; the combustible he
    • is no “spirit of nature” which can utter more exalted truths than the
  • Title: Chapter: Cardinal Nicolas of Cusa
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    • means for attaining inner experiences, although the Scholastics themselves
    • has formed in connection with lower things. But God is exalted above
    • spatial-temporal process “outside,” although I cannot perceive it
    • process within me, although I cannot perceive it directly either. But, after
    • introspection.” Such gentlemen of course have no suspicion of how paltry
    • he presents teachings which are altogether in line with dogmatic Christianity.
    • this wealth is a burden which he bears with difficulty. For at first it
    • resources. He must understand that now he himself must integrate his wealth
  • Title: Cover: Mysticism at the Dawn of the Modern Age
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    • Rudolf Steiner-Nachlassverwaltung, Dornach-bei-Basel, Switzerland.
  • Title: Chapter: Giordano Bruno and Angelus Silesius
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    • although in different degrees. He has not in reality experienced the spirit
    • one, he himself truly does not know his wealth.” — As a sensory being
  • Title: Chapter: Introduction
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    • thyself,’ which, although it is principally used to refer to worldly
    • leave others uncensored: although it is, I say, used in human life with respect
    • true peace of soul. Although the path I have described as leading to this
    • will of man is free or subordinated to a general regularity, an unalterable
    • are, it is true, equipped with healthy organs for sensory perception and
  • Title: Chapter: Meister Eckhart
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    • Eckhart was an admirer of Thomas in the fullest sense. This is altogether
    • become man; through this all mankind is raised and exalted. Let us rejoice
    • we can do without Him. Although we may turn away from God, yet God can never
    • with God altogether. How are we to be united with God essentially? This is to
  • Title: Preface: Preface to the First Edition, 1901
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    • mysticism before an audience to whom the things dealt with in this
    • Although they are insignificant in themselves they appear to me to be well
  • Title: Preface: Preface to the 1923 Edition
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    • The mystics who are dealt with here are the last offshoots of a way of
  • Title: Chapter: Valentin Weigel and Jacob Boehme
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    • — Weigel says to himself, Although perception flows
    • there arose a wondrous light in my soul which was altogether foreign to wild
    • him, Jacob, you are little, but one day you will become an altogether
    • as the self-evident. Hence, although for Jacob Boehme the primordial essence
    • under the symbol of salt that Boehme conceives this acerbity. With such



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