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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture I: The Waldorf School, Spiritual Science, Outer World, Inner World
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    • justify itself because a group of human beings was gathered
    • spiritual science must address itself to the need and decline
    • — which expresses itself in atomistic thinking. This
    • consists of brooding over one's inner self, attempting to
    • seek self-knowledge by introverted brooding. What is
    • by many to be the spirit that can be found in the inner self.
    • which actually shapes the child's brain, does not pour itself
    • ordinary spiritual life of today, one immerses oneself in
    • it expresses itself in spiritual science, is something that
    • West. All that outwardly manifests itself in visible
    • so it is self-evident that the church
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture II: Materialism, Party Line
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    • Lenin today, interposes between himself and his cohorts.
    • about the exercises a Jesuit must subject himself to before
    • follow his spiritual leader; he is trained to know himself to
    • himself to the absorption of what the outer sense world or
    • it increasingly sank down into itself. It permitted the
    • soul-spiritual aspects to fall asleep and allowed itself to
    • self-satisfaction in a theoretical worldview and the active
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture III: Man's Twelve Senses in Relation to Imagination, Inspiration, Intuition
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    • external way that everyone can substantiate for himself. The
    • frees itself in a way through sensation from the surface and
    • actually perceive only yourself. You touch an object and if
    • however; you sense only the effect upon yourself, the change
    • in yourself. A hard object pushes your organs far back into
    • but the ego itself. The ego, too, is not yet perceived when
    • this undefined inner sense of self is the effect of the life
    • sense himself as soul, namely, the experience of one's own
    • free soul element. The fact that you experience yourself as a
    • myself behind today, I am the same tomorrow. This sense of
    • experiencing oneself as spirit.
    • God, but places itself in him in such a manner that he
    • 3. sense of balance = inner rest, feeling oneself as
    • the inner tranquility of experiencing oneself as spirit,
    • through feeling oneself free in soul, and through inner
    • frequently hears the following: One cannot express oneself
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture IV: World Events, Initiation Knowledge and the Impulse toward Freedom
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    • supposed to inform myself about what happens today when the
    • itself.
    • self-evident and the significance of this attitude is sensed
    • assail the natural scientific world-view itself. They hear
    • Jesus himself!
    • freedom includes, what condition the human soul finds itself
    • recognition for them, himself and his Mystery center. The
    • For, if man would penetrate into himself with inner vision,
    • expresses itself in the world's carpet of colors, in its
    • itself to overcome material. This is why one must frequently
    • himself to a view of anything spiritual and, according to
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture V: Forming Sound Judgment
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    • was judged more on what he himself actually was, less in
    • about which he developed for himself conceptions of right or
    • something that proceeds from America but already makes itself
    • an inner experience that in itself gives us a feeling of
    • which is indeed not inclined to lend itself to special
    • rapture, no losing of oneself, but a firm stand on a solid
    • by himself what time it is. Recent events have demonstrated
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture VI: New Social Forms, Soul, Material World
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    • seek for all manner of mystical realities within oneself, as
    • more deeply into oneself, we should seek the interaction of
    • spiritual element is found which, out of itself, brings forth
    • exception. The question forces itself upon one's mind: Where
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture VII: Trends of Souls in People of the East, West, and Middle of Europe
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    • has basically arisen in the West, and then poured itself into
    • is in itself something devoid of meaning, without reality, it
    • there must be a hammer. In itself, it has no significance and
    • itself. If untruthfulness were not the underlying
    • Forgetting its very nature, the East has allowed itself to be
    • itself, which bestowed on the Eastern soul its imprint and
    • world. For even here on earth, man considers himself entirely
    • practice, we are today inundated by what expresses itself in
    • did not wish to have for itself is moving over into the East,
    • result in a strange kind of self-knowledge.
    • itself into something that is received there with the same
    • embracing another, or by one thought attaching itself to
    • senses there are spiritual beings. When he gives himself up
    • nothing; he is empty. He must talk himself into believing
    • spirit; therefore, he suggests spirit to himself, developing
    • matter. This implies that he accommodates himself to a world
    • merely persuading itself into the belief of spirit, while
    • spirit. It does not sustain itself on realities; it lives on
    • self-made suggestions. Naturally, when it is not a matter of
    • of the earth itself, the roots of a tree grow and produce
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture VIII: East, Middle, West
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    • that this life must repeat itself. Thus, the Oriental was
    • philosophies, as a blossom of earthly existence itself. What
    • advancing himself, for this was his specific form of
    • and powerful, and he artificially raised himself to the
    • itself felt nebulously in abstract forms in asiatic souls
    • considers it his ideal to lift himself up to conceptions that
    • the Indian by advancing himself attained to the Yoga
    • living movement of ideas.” Yet one limits oneself only
    • this can be accomplished, because, by schooling oneself
    • oneself, for example, when reading a Scholastic book, even a
    • using it in a sense as a kind of self-education, one's soul
    • is driven beyond itself. Such a book works like a meditation.
    • if he were completely free to devote himself to it, has been
    • European striving is, after all, aimed at lifting oneself out
    • himself in the ideal sphere. For these people, there is a
    • himself. It appears at first in a caricatured form, which I
    • within the life of the spirit itself as today he is firmly
    • gain a spiritual view of the world. Schiller himself was not
    • in which he surpasses himself in significance for all humanity — his
    • all of us, must pass beyond itself. It means that we must
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture IX: Hegel
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    • ideas with such intensity that this ideal world itself appears
    • worked out of deep substrata of the soul, forming itself only
    • interrupting itself, is supposed to have made an
    • familiarized himself with the whole structure of the
    • environment in which he happened to find himself. Thus, one
    • can see that he retained within himself the Swabian spirit
    • the highest level manifests itself in this Hegelian
    • works himself up to the intensive experience of the
    • in Jacob Boehme. One need only transform for oneself into the
    • ideas was a dialogue with the cosmic spirit itself.
    • a person finds himself who studies Hegel's
    • the philosophers but of philosophy itself, indeed, of the
    • first announced itself in the lofty regions of philosophy.
    • in the earthly realm itself; and if it falls to the impulses
    • actually means finding oneself dwelling in a multitude of
    • universal reason itself, for universal reason could never
    • transparent conceptual veils; indeed, Hegel himself calls his
    • within itself ” — therefore, concluding with what
    • world. And yet, if one allows oneself to go into these
    • to lull him to sleep, always tempting him to yield himself up
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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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    • can be derived from the human being himself. This then is
    • that have emerged out of man himself up to now have produced
    • way, directly through the forces of man himself. We must go
    • confming itself basically to viewing the world from this side
    • mankind has reached the point of looking at itself, so to
    • speak. What man himself beholds we call the threefold man,
    • has insight into himself only to a certain degree. He can
    • brood about himself to some extent and then, referring to his
    • establishes itself in the prosaic organs of the human
    • at this point. What establishes itself there is, first of
    • speaking sweats out of itself what is present as organs in
    • Thus, man himself is a threefold being. Without understanding
    • cannot sense yourself an the other side of the threshold with
    • this sphere. If I may so express myself, inasmuch as the gods
    • itself merely with what happens from birth to death and
    • picture how the human limb system organizes itself from' one
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XI: Man as a Mediator of the Spiritual Beings of the Cosmos
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    • another only in man himself (see drawing below).
    • feels himself standing in the universe and says, “I am
    • know that when he has a low opinion of himself, acts basely
    • learn to think of himself as a being that belongs to the
    • man himself that have caused the earth's origin and that will
    • will say to himself, "This means that I shall live only so
    • works itself out of it, attribute value to to this alone,
    • soil of spiritual science itself placed no obstacle in the
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XII: The Members of the Human Being and their Relationship with the Social Organism
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    • continued to sustain itself on them. This spiritual life
    • He would say to himself, "I read Hegel and Fichte; the
    • images by himself. The images are joined by various spiritual
    • himself that if we observe nature — he naturally looks
    • self-preservation, and the whole animal kingdom's struggle is
    • either assert itself ruthlessly or perish. There can be no
    • the social life and rebel against nature herself. He looks in
    • with the tendency to accommodate itself to those forces that
    • creates the cultural life while working inwardly upon itself.
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XIII: The Interrelationship between the Human and the Social Organism
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    • having completed a certain amount of work on itself, this
    • body has in this manner completed inner work upon itself,
    • itself. In all that surrounds us, in all our natural
    • human being. This human physical body, then, stands by itself
    • expressed what the ego has achieved as work upon itself,
    • comprehended by means of the ego's self-transformation)
    • science on his own; religion he must generate for himself;
    • Here, he must rely entirely upon himself, upon his
    • life where the individual person can do nothing by himself,
    • and what the human being experiences within himself stands in
    • not only connected with the whole world, but how he himself
    • itself, for instance, ignoring the connection to the
    • one earth life by itself; instead, we have to focus on the
    • scale, as I have already mentioned, this does make itself
    • idealist would be one who says to himself, “Oh, I
    • beginning of earthly existence itself. In the beginning of
    • life of nature itself. For civilization will not only pass
    • earth evolution depend on humanity itself! For then, out of
  • 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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    • the work which the ego performs upon itself together with
    • itself. Thus we have here one of the examples showing the
    • the creation of earthly existence itself. It would indeed be
    • spirit-self — is already proclaiming itself; however,
    • this development of the spirit-self must of necessity proceed
    • from man himself.
    • a new thread of life from himself.
    • of itself in the fatum, in destiny — all that
    • Europe allowed itself to be taught by him. What we possess in
    • fruit. This is what presents itself to our eyes. If we then
    • himself from the earth. He was no longer connected with the
    • begun to withdraw completely into himself, to divorce himself
    • himself as mere intellect within the economic thinking of the
    • essential being is itself linked with the cosmos, how its
    • yourself three people sitting together. When three people sit
    • something else enters the picture. The teacher himself
    • spirit, and how we actually vivify this self-reliant
    • moment; he himself is quite detached from the matter at hand.
    • lawyer and myself; I do not wish to relate the whole affair.
    • have to procure it myself. He said, “You will have to
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  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XV: The Great Cosmic Signs in the Universe
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    • reveals itself here on earth; indeed, the most important
    • any given age, by which one believes oneself able to make an
    • through birth, and what can reveal itself to him when, in
    • science itself and its fate must be considered a little now.
    • Romanism itself on the basis of the Tate Egyptianism, and
    • what is trying to reveal itself within. Then, he will find
    • under all circumstances what wishes to reveal itself within,
    • look at something like that and say to oneself, “Those
    • external world evolution itself, for there you can find the
    • useless to it that thinking establishes itself out of the
    • in the human being for what is asserting itself with profound
    • daily paper but from a magazine that calls itself
    • persons. Dr. Steiner himself has promised to acquaint the
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XVI: Changes in the Meaning of Speech, -or- Dreams and Human Development
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    • man himself.
    • definite fact. Let us suppose that someone announces himself;
    • grinds corn. For the person announcing himself by this name
    • just to wait and see what kind of a person conceals himself
    • himself we would not think that he is a smith. This shows
    • itself originally caused people to infer from the words what
    • itself. Concerning the things of life, intentions that do not
    • this merely with my ego; I must work deeper into myself, and
    • a “Mr. Miller” announces himself. The
    • itself from the actual content. The content which we receive
    • express itself in one instance in the climb up the mountain
    • the forces can envelop itself in any number of images, indeed
    • itself in images from the spiritual world in such a manner
    • accustom myself to such ideas. In that case, I must
    • emancipate myself from the customary use of words today. When
    • somebody by the name of Smith or Miller announces himself, I
    • have to become used to emancipating myself from what was
    • be given such matters, and that one really permeates oneself
    • And this instinct to grasp the spiritual expressed itself
    • up the inner challenge to test himself as to how far he has
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  • Title: Social Forms: Address: On the Occasion of the General Meeting of the Berlin Branch
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    • Central Europe, and wrenched itself from my soul in the form
    • that called itself, by a strange interpretation of the words,
    • myself alone. It depends, above all, on the understanding
  • Title: Social Forms: Lecture XVII: Consciousness of Pre-Existence
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    • of life itself. One should follow the nuances of feeling out
    • conclusion, ask yourself if you are then still capable of not
    • would have to ask yourself: Well, how is it that I now find
    • if man experiences himself as a being that has descended from
    • spiritual worlds and has embodied himself in a physical body.
    • itself, but set for it by the heights of heaven. This is what
    • manner in which one places oneself in the world in awareness
    • possesses a secret power within himself by means of which he
    • because he does not believe in it himself! He only thought it
    • he himself believes in this picture; he is permeated with the
    • himself, this idea will not have a fruitful effect. For it
    • how the prenatal human being incarnates itself in a physical
    • organism. The same element that emancipates itself at age
    • The power that thrusts itself into being with the second
    • acquires for himself the will element, not from within, but
    • himself against all that comes toward him from the outer
    • itself in the development of the larynx, in the development
    • itself as the “as-if” philosophy. There actually
    • soul that expresses itself obliquely and darkly through its
    • view it as a spiritual being of which he himself is a member.

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