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  • Title: Lecture: Evil and the Power of Thought
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    • speak thus if he stood again to-day among Western people with the
    • listen to him in the right way, we should gain much that we need to
    • which was addressed to the pupils over and over again by the teachers
    • Time and again
    • again. Thus something coquettish in a higher sense of the word
    • instincts only when a true knowledge of the human being once again
    • civilisation. Mankind will have to know again that intelligent
  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • soul; and later we are able to call up again pictures of what we have
    • to be reflected back again into consciousness, and so we have a
    • these worlds. He must do so, if Christianity is again to become a
    • is the very thing that modern man needs to learn. There must again be truth
    • against this there is also in nature a continual glow of new
    • again into the rainbow, into the creation of the Father God. But for
    • religion of resurrection, a religion that awakens again to life that
    • Now they must be known again with full consciousness and
  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • may gain freedom during his existence between birth and death;
    • of semblance, and I have again emphasized this yesterday.
    • animals, etc. Again, in accordance with conceptions of physics,
    • by heat — again, a hypothesis. A fragment was thus
    • again find that they enabled man to grasp his earthly existence.
    • that which again enables man to see divine life united with
    • freely join thought to thought and disconnect them again. But
    • clergyman who believes that he may gain knowledge of the
    • that only a knowledge gained in freedom, a knowledge gained by
    • so-called Christian theologians again and again put together
  • Title: Fundamental Impulses in the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times
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    • of the West as an acquisition gained by contemplating the world
    • played, he continued talking and then the girl played again.
    • age, but only traditionally. We must, however, learn again what
    • directed towards man's inner being, then ray back again into
    • will again be there, if man will again be shown this centre of
    • supposing he were to arise again, whereas a present-day man
    • civilisation's healthy progress. Mankind must get to know again
    • break through the representations gained through the
    • representations gained through the senses. Every night, between
    • then, lies beyond the representations gained through the senses
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture I
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    • civilization would speak in this way if he stood again today
    • way, we would gain much that we really need to know in order
    • pupils over and over again by the teachers who had already
    • Time and again
    • the maiden would play again. Something coquettish, in a
    • human being once again prevails, when we become aware once
    • again that rational thinking, which is the highest attainment
    • a crude picture of them can be gained by the modern
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture II
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    • impressions of the world. We gain experience of the world,
    • soul. Later we are able to call up again our memory of the
    • back again into consciousness, and so we have a memory of a
    • consciousness of these worlds if Christianity is again to be
    • is the very thing to which modern man must come again. There
    • must again be truth in calling ourselves Christians. One must
    • which is man is thrown back again into the rainbow, into the
    • rises again. Christianity is not merely a religion of
    • awakens again to life what would otherwise be nothing but
    • instinctively. Now they must be known again with full
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture III
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    • objective cognition. Real cognition can be gained, however,
    • it arises, however, it fades again, and before people think
    • asleep. This again can be observed with presence of mind if
    • gains objectivity, becomes objectively visible. We can say
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IV
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    • against it. We have seen, moreover, how karma also lives in
    • up against that which cannot become deed. What enters into
    • again, in order to take human shape within the extension of
    • — that acquires the longing to be dispersed again, to
    • into the longing to become man again, again to interweave
    • fulfilled, into the longing to become man again, gradually to
    • descend in order to become man again.
    • again, the reverse appears in the will. The will at first
    • vivid longing again to become world. The will spreads out, as
    • Existence to have the longing again to become world already
    • until, when the longing to become man again has been fully
    • gain a picture of the course of our life between death and a
    • have gained some insight into the human environment. At the
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture V
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    • thoughts strike against it, beat their way into this web of
    • in thinking. Now, if the thoughts strike against us here (see
    • willing is manifested outwardly do we observe again what
    • life, but they also strike against the objective web of
    • protests against a knowledge of the human being arise out of
    • is incorporated into us, and during life we again unite this
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VI
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    • he draws himself together again. First he is led over into
    • things are found again through spiritual science, one comes
    • these things again, is led from a completely different basis
    • rather be able to absorb once again into his animal
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VII
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    • connected with what the human being actually has gained from
    • attempted again and again to become a draughtsman or painter.
    • this, turned back again, and brought it to expression in a
    • he withdraws into himself again, works out of the animal
    • earlier lectures, and also again yesterday, I have pointed
    • whence man again carries it down into his physical, bodily
    • into this sheath, however, I again grow more and more into
    • all that he inwardly experiences pulses forth again into the
    • leaves the organism spreads itself out again into the world.
    • that originates in the human being is breathed out again
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VIII
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    • hierarchies, in the realms above man. If we look again into
    • the ground but that then comes up again as a plant, a formed
    • away from him. For the cosmos it again appears to be nothing
    • to the earth. We gain no idea at first from the I what it is
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IX
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    • structure that strives to attain, with a power against which
    • — I must say this again and again — have to be
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture X
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    • Spiritually seen, without the physical body — again,
    • carried again through death that gave him — the
    • Thereby he regains his being. By freeing himself from being
    • determined in the world of the senses, he regains a being
    • freedom so that he might again acquire a being such as he had
    • gives us life. It lets us arise once again with our being
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture XI
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    • fifteenth century, man may gain freedom between birth and
    • again emphasized this strongly.
    • world. Between death and a new birth, man gains insight into
    • however, that in the present age it is again the case that
    • heat — again a hypothesis. Man thus saw only a segment,
    • again find something that enabled man to grasp his earthly
    • that which again enables the human being to find divine life
    • to thought and disconnects them again, so at one time people
    • gain knowledge of the Akashic Chronicle in a special
    • meaning again because it is given this meaning from the
    • really grasped that only a knowledge gained in freedom, an
    • when so-called Christian theologians again and again lump

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