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  • Title: Lecture: Evil and the Power of Thought
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    • there he appeared in gatherings where everything else went on in a
    • but appeared only as a tradition in the modern intellectual age.
    • destructive forces appearing to-day — in the East of Europe,
    • the outer world. That is why the Ego-consciousness disappears in sleep,
  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • used to speak of Nirvana, of the end and disappearance of egohood.
    • account only as having appeared in the world and brought to men the
    • the earth and disappear. They are backward-pointing men.
    • that the moon appears quiet. It is not quiet. It is for ever
  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • Anthroposophy as Cosmosophy Vol. I. It appears in the original German in
    • It appears in the original German in
    • we live from birth to death, then the world appears to us as a
    • to you yesterday — by disappearing with death and by
    • re-appearing in another form; that is to say, we then no longer
    • disappearance of divine spiritual life from the illusion of
    • appears to have no meaning. Let us realize this.
    • spiritual should appear to man in a new way, not in the same way
    • in which it appeared in ancient times. In past epochs man could
    • appeared to him in the cosmogony and in the myths. There was no
    • on his part, for the grasping of truths which should appear
    • end that which will once more make the whole cosmos appear in a
    • freedom, which must appear. Freedom must be experienced, but the
  • Title: Fundamental Impulses in the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times
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    • of man later on, when the word resounded, appearing in its most
    • appearance of the earlier stage of Greek culture. This kind of
    • those appearing in the later civilisation of by what surrounded
    • between his sentences. He appeared here and there at parties
    • where he had often appeared quite formally and properly, sat
    • appear in its right light. In Bulwer something shone forth that
    • What appears to a normal consciousness as self-knowledge, is
    • earth. It can be seen in everything appearing to-day as
    • when the intellectual age appeared, this fear became an
    • will not appear too incredible if he were to speak like that
    • appearing as such a destructive centre, is to be found within
    • in the outer world. Hence Ego-consciousness disappears in sleep
    • and when it appears in dreams, its appearance is often a
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture I
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    • It appeared, of
    • between the passages of his talk. Here and there he appeared
    • This is not the case, however. What appears to the ordinary
    • destructive forces appearing today — in Eastern Europe,
    • disappears in sleep, and when it figures in dreams it often
    • appears as though estranged or weakened.
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture II
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    • theology, Christ has worth only insofar as He appeared in the
    • away with the earth and disappear. They are backward-pointing
    • appear to us in its double aspect. We see first the Father
    • sensory vision that the moon appears peaceful.It is not
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture III
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    • awaking a whole world appears before the soul. As quickly as
    • whole world that appears before the soul and that is indeed
    • appear dreamlike, and the state — before fully awaking,
    • when one looks back upon life in the memory, it appears as a
    • however, this I really appears, and it is of the nature of
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IV
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    • again, the reverse appears in the will. The will at first
    • cognition, and this is also, when it appears as our life of
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture V
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    • objective thoughts do not appear to the ordinary
    • is so inexplicable to himself; it appears as something elemental
    • — in memory, the will must already have disappeared! It
    • imagined that the way in which the future appears is just the
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VII
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    • first appears to us as world body, we understand it very
    • can appear as a special genius, perhaps for the very reason
    • new birth, you certainly must say that things appear that can
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VIII
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    • now disappears like the seed of a plant that we conceal in
    • disappearing in the world, that what man has been bearing in
    • himself as astral body disappears, as if dark clouds were
    • this way we have a picture similar to what appears to our
    • gluttony. Arguing away this outer appearance of the soul
    • Antichristianity appeared. This Antichristianity, however, if
    • it appears to us today as the determining spirit of the human
    • said to bear various hues, but it appears to us as a
    • descend to the human corporeality, it appears to us at first
    • earth, appears, in regard to the laws of the outer realms, to
    • away from him. For the cosmos it again appears to be nothing
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IX
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    • it has disappeared as earth; we learn to know our etheric
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture X
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    • matter appears to us when we study our human nature while
    • Now the appearance
    • penetrates the I. Now the appearance of the sense perceptions
    • this we actually 'owe to the appearance of the senses
    • well this appearance of the senses. Let us look upon it and
    • appearance of the senses ceases at the moment we lay down our
    • appearance of the senses. Of our actual nature as awake,
    • enlivened by the appearance of the senses. Imagine vividly
    • how the being that is the human I grasps this appearance of
    • the senses — which is, after all, only an appearance
    • impressions are only appearance, for the physical body is
    • laid aside. Only so much of the appearance as the I has taken
    • combined itself with the appearance of the senses continues
    • appearance of the senses; they are faded, but also there
    • fills our I in the appearance of the senses. What fills our I
    • in the appearance of the senses makes our I awake, but this
    • pictures arc across. In pictures from the appearance of the
    • life vanishes too, but the appearance of these sensory
    • regarding his pictures that contain the senses' appearance,
    • appear to him greenish in color. The inner content of the
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture XI
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    • appearance” (Schein) and yesterday I
    • the world appears to us as appearance, as semblance. We can
    • take this appearance into our I — being. We can, for
    • when we look out into the world, however, it is an appearance
    • explained to you yesterday — by disappearing with death
    • and reappearing in another form; that is, it is no longer
    • not to perceive the world as appearance, if he could not
    • perceive the appearance, he could not be free. The
    • appearance. I have mentioned this in my book,
    • for they are only pictures, they are appearance. Similarly
    • man's world of perception is also appearance. The human being
    • is not completely woven into the appearance of the world. He
    • is woven into a world of appearance only with his perceiving,
    • waking mental images, then all this is not appearance; it is
    • only within a world of pictures, of appearance. When we
    • awaken we must enter a perceptive life of appearance, so that
    • appearance, which constitutes our waking life of perception,
    • world of appearance. Everything that the human being saw in
    • the appearance. He also saw this appearance, but in a
    • different way. For him this appearance was an expression, a
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