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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture I: The Waldorf School, Spiritual Science, Outer World, Inner World
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    • of social renewal. Among the themes he considers are spiritual science
    • of soul acquired through spiritual science is allowed to mold new social
    • our anthroposophical spiritual movement. Even though one sets
    • will of our spiritual science could for once be directly
    • spiritual science. The Waldorf School, whose teachers have
    • anthroposophically oriented spiritual science would be much
    • course of the first school year, a spiritual system of
    • foundation can only be seen in the spiritual impulses that
    • are the Basis of anthroposophical spiritual life. I have
    • spiritual life is not directed only toward the individual who
    • afflictions in the spiritual forces of the world. Today,
    • spiritual science must address itself to the need and decline
    • spiritual science has to offer will be met by that special
    • to anything of a spiritual nature. When talking about
    • spiritual science, it is often necessary to speak in an
    • spiritual science. It is absolutely necessary to feel and to
    • spiritualism, and so forth, and people are quite sure that
    • materialist comes to a spiritualist, for example, and
    • spiritualist answers, “You think incorrectly. I can
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture II: Materialism, Party Line
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    • nature, having its reality in the spiritual world. It only
    • spiritual-scientific standpoint, is not so much concerned
    • movement, or a party of a spiritualistic nature, and so on.
    • they recognized a spiritual, super-sensible entity as their
    • to their spiritual guidance, and the Position party opinions
    • find themselves in with respect to their spiritual
    • part of the fellowship of a higher spiritual being.
    • follow his spiritual leader; he is trained to know himself to
    • regained of the link between man and the spiritual world and
    • out those beings in the spiritual world who participate in
    • the connection to the spiritual world regarding egotistic
    • created as well. Spiritual science should not merely reassure
    • I said that what is practiced as spiritual science must be a
    • strives after spiritual knowledge, one has to do with
    • the realm of anthroposophically oriented spiritual science.
    • a soul-spiritual part (blue) and a physical part (red), as
    • brain, but that he also has a soul and spirit. Spiritual
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture III: Man's Twelve Senses in Relation to Imagination, Inspiration, Intuition
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    • physical body with his soul-spiritual part. Then the higher
    • of course, a matter of fact that when our soul-spiritual part
    • our soul-spiritual entity. Here, for example (indicating the
    • that we penetrate outward with our soul-spiritual being by
    • through the eye in particular out into the spiritual world,
    • soul-spiritual realm.
    • we come out into the soul-spiritual world and experience
    • sense of hearing penetrates more into our soul-spiritual
    • spiritual outer world.
    • penetrate more and more into the essence of the spiritual
    • surrounding us is in fact the spiritual world. Man, however,
    • is in a sense forced out of the spiritual world. What is
    • with his soul-spiritual being. What is perceived, however, is
    • spirit, one penetrates into the spiritual world (yellow)
    • the objective soul-spiritual world. Through the senses, which
    • attain through spiritual science, namely to enter into this
    • objective soul-spiritual world. We come into a higher sphere
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture IV: World Events, Initiation Knowledge and the Impulse toward Freedom
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    • by anthroposophically oriented spiritual science and
    • can acquire through the facts engendered by spiritual science
    • are those of spiritual science. But they must be sought where
    • the courage to turn from it to the sources of spiritual
    • turning to the sources of spiritual science. The external
    • longer understand how the spiritual, divine principle that is
    • through the sources of spiritual science that insight
    • of materialization, if a spiritual-scientific impulse were
    • uncovering of new sources of spiritual science. We need this
    • flows from the spiritual-scientific sources. Without this, we
    • spiritual-scientific consideration.
    • it in the light of spiritual science, and that is what people
    • the spiritual-scientific standpoint — namely, the
    • soul-spiritual human being, and on the other to the physical,
    • impartially or contemplate spiritual science, it is necessary
    • it, we have what may be called the soul-spiritual nature of
    • nor his soul-spiritual nature. We cannot recognize the
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture V: Forming Sound Judgment
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    • more materialistic or a more spiritualistic world conception,
    • envisioning spiritual beings behind the sensory veil, will be
    • being descended from the spiritual world and took hold of the
    • that the soul-spiritual element is much more perfect than
    • inwardly attaining to the wisdom which, out of the spiritual
    • “childishness” signifies that the soul-spiritual
    • which we will have to aim through spiritual science, namely,
    • area. People are still far from regaining a spiritual
    • spiritual-scientific views, this world conception will become
    • progress will be made. Spiritual science, however, has to
    • is of importance to true, genuine spiritual science, not
    • spiritual scientific sense must reach deeply into the
    • will always find the language of spiritual science
    • of spiritual science will lead us forward.
    • spiritual worlds casts its shadows into this
    • through him. Spiritual forces extend their rule into this
    • in a spiritual-scientific manner. It will become increasingly
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture VI: New Social Forms, Soul, Material World
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    • external world is something quite unfounded, as spiritual
    • behind it; there are spiritual beings behind it — there
    • is spirituality. This recognition signifies a lot, for it
    • but in one of spiritual realities.
    • spiritual realities, spiritual beings (right side).
    • world of spiritual phenomena when we turn from our senses
    • realities, they are spiritual phenomena. Now, if we descend
    • discover something spiritual; there, we should seek for the
    • spiritual phenomenon, especially when one penetrates more and
    • point is that true spiritual science guides the human being
    • spiritual realities, behind the sense world. It is the
    • spiritual science, it is important that we do not search for
    • the sense world lies the world of spiritual realities, out of
    • imagine that the astral body and ego move into the spiritual
    • and ego find themselves in that part of the spiritual world
    • sleep man penetrates into the spiritual world which is the
    • seeking the divine, or the spiritual underlying our human
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture VII: Trends of Souls in People of the East, West, and Middle of Europe
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    • it has turned into a superstitious ritual, where it has
    • Orthodox Russian ritual, incomprehensible even to those who
    • India to these formulas of the Russian church ritual, which
    • developing a spiritual state of mind that guides the human
    • gaze to the spiritual, to fill man with the super-sensible
    • a creation of the spiritual world, indeed, as a being who, in
    • to apprehend the spiritual in all its purity, to accept the
    • religious zeal as was the spiritual world in former times. In
    • same fervor formerly used to grasp the most spiritual.
    • proceeds, one feels as if man's soul-spiritual being were
    • senses there are spiritual beings. When he gives himself up
    • attempt to reach the genuine spirit through a spiritual
    • represent the spiritual part, the spiritual world, in a
    • cultivate the spiritual life. The West, on the other hand, is
    • penetrate into a spiritual world by means of Imagination and
    • science, to epistemology, and the spiritual life. This
    • the spiritual capacity he applied to doing this should have
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture VIII: East, Middle, West
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    • contribution to the spiritual life of the social organism.
    • pertaining primarily to the spiritual development in mankind,
    • from spiritual worlds, in which he has lived since his last
    • life on earth is a continuation of a spiritual existence
    • spiritual worlds prior to this earth life, that in a sense he
    • spiritual world.
    • lofty, admirable spirituality of Orientals was brought about
    • spiritualist scorns, because he finds matter to be of such a
    • as a spiritual blossom of earth evolution came about
    • spiritually in the air. Through Yoga philosophy he became
    • acquainted with what is spiritual in the air. What does one
    • spiritual worlds into this physical body. Knowledge of
    • spirituality. One still gets a clear awareness of it, for
    • further; it does not enter into the spiritual worlds. In the
    • most spiritual way, men like Hegel and Fichte have described
    • the very element that has no counterpart in the spiritual
    • propelled into the spiritual world. This is indeed
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture IX: Hegel
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    • development of his particular spiritual character in middle
    • characteristic manner, were on a high spiritual, yet
    • spiritual influence. Indeed, long after Fichte had died,
    • can really only be characterized by means of spiritual science.
    • It is only through spiritual science that one finds words to
    • spiritual science, on the other hand, one cannot speak as did
    • Rosenkranz; based on spiritual science, I would say that even
    • of decline to have grave diggers, it is up to spiritual
    • Therefore, from the spiritual-scientific standpoint, I must
    • concepts are, particularly through what spiritual science
    • and intellectualistic sphere. Spiritually speaking, man must
    • to comprehend him with the concepts which only spiritual
    • particularly in the West; in the East, spiritual thinking
    • an interpreter of spirituality, but only of the physical,
    • spirituality.
    • spirituality, however, is rare, it does not repeat itself.
    • force but a different one, namely a spiritual force;
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture X: The Tapestry of the Senses, Memory, and the Spiritual World, -or- Spiritual-Cosmic Tasks of Man
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    • of soul acquired through spiritual science is allowed to mold new social
    • spiritual evolution of humanity has proceeded from a
    • rejecting what is drawn from the same spiritual sources from
    • certain region of the spiritual world lies behind the
    • spiritual realm is in fact allotted to him for this state of
    • loftiest spiritual insight can be attained. Instead, man
    • too, forces are present that come from that spiritual region
    • spiritually active forces from the two regions I have
    • whole cosmos. One becomes aware through spiritual science how
    • factor, to be reckoned with in the whole spiritual cosmic
    • say that spiritual science opens our eyes to what man
    • spiritual world.
    • another domain of the spiritual world. It is mainly the
    • spiritual region where those beings dwell whom we refer to
    • primary importance in spiritual science, and it is what
    • fructified by a new spiritual science, and it will be less
    • spiritual science. Of course, he does not admit to such an
    • people who would like to begin to be spiritual are often
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XI: Man as a Mediator of the Spiritual Beings of the Cosmos
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    • spiritual world behind the tapestry spread out about us
    • spiritual realm is a chilly, cold world. We are within this
    • spiritual world's intercourse with this domain by carrying
    • spirit. As I pointed out yesterday, however, the spiritual
    • spiritual region differs essentially from the spirit domain
    • equipped with centripetal forces that hold the spiritual
    • the spiritual universe far and wide as it were. They are the
    • forces. They are spiritual beings. Here, in a sense, we look
    • speculate on these instincts. Spiritual science aims at
    • spiritual science, he gives a certain nuance to his whole
    • the world conception that can come about through spiritual
    • for our spiritual life, our free cultural life. We need them
    • continue to reject any consideration of spiritual science.
    • describe to you how the actual free spiritual life has to
    • the gods from the spiritual worlds when the child entered
    • out of the spirit. In the case of spiritual thinking,
    • the spiritual life, we are subject to forming a quite
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XII: The Members of the Human Being and their Relationship with the Social Organism
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    • particularly in regard to spiritual-scientific subjects, the
    • as spiritual-scientific facts are concerned, it is actually
    • essential spiritual life. I then indicated that in the
    • a cultural life was born out of a primeval, wholly spiritual
    • Orient too, ensued the times of obscuration of this spiritual
    • ancient spiritual life in the decadent phenomena.
    • Oriental spiritual life is concerned, it is interesting to
    • now is basically also a legacy of the Oriental spiritual
    • pointed out here how considerably this spiritual life of the
    • the Oriental world conception as descending from a spiritual
    • continued to sustain itself on them. This spiritual life
    • The spiritual
    • of spiritual and soul life, by means of which, especially in
    • Spiritual
    • can happen that one lectures on some spiritual-scientific
    • images by himself. The images are joined by various spiritual
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XIII: The Interrelationship between the Human and the Social Organism
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    • I drew attention to the fact that what in spiritual science
    • possibility of strictly defining the spiritual or cultural
    • domain of the threefold social organism. Such a spiritual
    • those from the spiritual domain just characterized. Only half
    • what actually belongs to the spiritual sphere must also
    • members of the social order: the spiritual, the rights, and
    • rights sphere arises from the astral body; the spiritual or
    • him. Then, observation shows that the spiritual sphere reacts
    • strong influence from the spiritual environment. All the
    • physiognomy will bear the marked result of our spiritual
    • influence of the spiritual environment in which we spent our
    • spiritual, and I refer to this form when I speak of the
    • effect of the spiritual sphere upon the physical body. What
    • spiritual science we can know empirically that it does so
    • Spiritual science, therefore, must insist that the human
    • they have evolved to the present day. Spiritual science, on
    • of spiritual science one can see how the thought-out
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XIV: The Connection of the Members of Man with the Kingdoms of Nature, the Necessity of the Threefold Order
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    • human evolution than what is accomplished in the spiritual
    • spiritual life within our social life. The people of the
    • standard of what we possessed as spiritual content in our
    • like a continuation of the old spirituality. When anyone is
    • spiritual life of Europe and its American extension, he finds
    • therefore say that what we possess of actual spirituality is
    • spiritual life basically still has a character which was
    • spiritual life. It arose out of man's metabolism — out
    • the spiritual life was considered a fruit of the earth, of
    • spiritual intuitions of antiquity were no longer manifest,
    • what spiritual science can give us. We must confess to
    • necessity of dividing the social life into the spiritual
    • Orient grown more and more lifeless, for our spiritual life
    • accord a special place and emphasis to the spiritual sphere
    • spiritual or cultural sphere is bound up with the wholly
    • human individuality be unable to contribute to the spiritual
    • life what this spiritual life should contain. Let us
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XV: The Great Cosmic Signs in the Universe
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    • ruin. If we understand what spiritual science can tell us
    • physical world has its source in the spiritual world. The
    • development of mankind also lie in the spiritual world.
    • underestimate the whole tempo of modern spiritual development
    • tremendous amount of the spirituality that once existed.
    • the part of those divine spiritual beings who guide and
    • beheld the intentions of those accompanying spiritual beings
    • earthly concerns. One does not become spiritual by setting up
    • universe; one will only become spiritual if one understands
    • life. When the spiritual scientist comes and says, “Go
    • in the universe. They will not be willing to study spiritual
    • said that, fundamentally speaking, all our spiritual life is
    • Oriental conceptions concerning the spiritual world.
    • the spiritual world was connected with the fact that in the
    • spiritual life than does the present age in any sense.
    • spiritual life of the eleventh, twelfth, thirteenth,
    • effect for a spiritualization of the present world-view. The
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XVI: Changes in the Meaning of Speech, -or- Dreams and Human Development
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    • become used to this way of thinking; based an spiritual
    • spiritual-scientific descriptions are to be taken seriously,
    • used at present. For if one sets forth spiritual-scientific
    • spiritual-scientific descriptions in such a way that even the
    • of spiritual science, as I explained yesterday, it is
    • the various fields of spiritual science, including the recent
    • spiritual facts. Naturally, this is more the case in one
    • spiritual world to earthly incarnation through birth or
    • and in so doing bears his soul-spiritual being once again
    • spiritual and soul nature.
    • here recently — that we bring down from the spiritual
    • experienced in this spiritual world. When we move in ordinary
    • our clothes but also our soul-spiritual belongings. In like
    • undergone in the spiritual world. In the period that mankind
    • bring along for themselves images from the spiritual world.
    • When pictures are brought along out of spiritual existence
    • the spiritual world. They seek to come to the surface. The
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  • Title: Social Forms: Address: On the Occasion of the General Meeting of the Berlin Branch
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    • spoke of the spiritual world had to speak of a sickness, of a
    • spiritual research and from social insight is either thrown
    • Furthermore, the worst is that what comes from spiritual
    • the worst way possible. Thus, anthroposophical spiritual
    • souls who, out of the totality of the principles of spiritual
    • enter into mankind particularly through spiritual science.
    • Europe, namely, a re-enlivening of the spiritual life that
    • Spiritual science is basically the revitalization of this
    • spiritual life in the form it must take in modern
    • would have some understanding of what is meant by spiritual
    • prerequisite had to be placed before the spiritual eye.
    • spiritual life in their souls. After the publication of the
    • associate themselves with what is born out of spiritual
    • spiritual foundations and to represent it in such a way that
    • Goetheanum. For, in regard to spiritual matters, we are
    • facing worldwide tasks! Today, we cannot face spiritual
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XVII: Consciousness of Pre-Existence
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    • speak of the human soul's sojourn in spiritual worlds before
    • human being was conceived and born, its soul-spiritual entity
    • was above in soul-spiritual worlds. There, it had experiences
    • from spiritual science that the human soul does, in fact,
    • of immortality. Spiritual science cannot appeal to these
    • motives. In fact, spiritual science will not make any appeal
    • the spiritual worlds. Penetration into the spiritual worlds
    • in the face of true spiritual knowledge, has as much
    • spiritual worlds and has embodied himself in a physical body.
    • the divine spiritual world; you know that this life here is a
    • continuation of a spiritual life. Everything that we bear in
    • is special about spiritual science — it does not just
    • practical use of anthroposophically oriented spiritual
    • eternal spiritual world into this physical world. The
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