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  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • grasp it in the form of clear concepts, at least in the form of
    • in a form accessible to man, which enabled him to grasp his own
    • again find that they enabled man to grasp his earthly existence.
    • We should grasp in
    • on his part, for the grasping of truths which should appear
    • grasp the world only in a pagan way, not in a Christian way; for
    • civilization, only a small number of people have really grasped
  • Title: Fundamental Impulses in the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times
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    • things can be grasped in thought and remain to a certain extent
    • think that it is able to grasp the finely-shaded differences to
    • the intellect of course, can only grasp them quite bluntly and
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture I
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    • life can be grasped only if one knows how he received, to
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture III
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    • livingly grasp thinking, feeling, and willing we grasp at the
    • compare what we grasp there in immediate vitality with what
    • to grasp it, it is gone. Hence they can speak little of this
    • actually able to grasp the moment of awaking with this
    • thoughts, thoughts we cannot experience if we do not grasp
    • we actually grasp at such a moment? We have penetrated into
    • physical body and etheric body in the thoughts that we grasp
    • grasped objectively the first element of the life of the
    • as it is in the waking state. It must be grasped in the way I
    • awaking is actually grasped with the presence of mind I have
    • described, it is grasped not merely as being of the nature of
    • thus grasped the soul element in a certain realm.
    • further in grasping the waking moment in presence of mind we
    • first grasped as a reminiscence after the dream departs. It
    • may be grasped while it exists, however, while it actually
    • to the experience of the dream. If it is thus grasped
    • of an arm, leg, or head; when one experiences the grasping of
    • Then, when one has grasped this, has beheld it first through
    • for this by grasping the moment of the dream itself with
    • on awaking he can grasp what I have described, can then also,
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IV
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    • consciousness, however, is not able to grasp what lives
    • would be grasped if one were to look more deeply into man's
    • rebirth we live in that world where what we otherwise grasp
    • form we can also grasp through Imagination. Our soul element,
    • dulled into the dreamlike, we can grasp through Inspired
    • grasp of what can be understood as the spiritual in the human
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture V
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    • grasped this mood of soul. Then one can see clearly how the
    • intuitively grasped moral ideals. We can give these
    • intuitively grasped moral ideas to the thought-will on the
    • conscience. Grasped psychologically, this is the actual
    • such a way today that fundamentally he grasps nothing of his
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VI
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    • to an understanding of what was once grasped in a dimly
    • for grasping or for walking — what makes of them organs
    • world in this way will never be able to grasp the spiritual
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VII
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    • grasp quite vividly how all that inwardly urges and impels
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VIII
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    • nature of an inner picture, and we can grasp it if we develop
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture X
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    • how the being that is the human I grasps this appearance of
    • grasp with our intellect is in truth much less real than what
    • can be grasped correctly in the following manner. When the
    • formed from within. They are grasped by the human being, I
    • otherwise than by grasping it in its totality. There is
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture XI
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    • him to grasp his own existence upon the earth. The
    • to grasp human life on earth.
    • again find something that enabled man to grasp his earthly
    • any inner activity to grasp what must appear before his soul
    • would simply show that he is predisposed to grasp the world
    • really grasped that only a knowledge gained in freedom, an

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