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  • Title: Lecture: Evil and the Power of Thought
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    • Mystery centres, their gaze having long been directed outwards so as
    • now have to one another, belongs to the intellectual
    • development of the last few centuries. The two things belong
    • up in him that could no longer exist directly in the immediate present,
    • perceives how something of the power which belongs to perception and thought,
    • into outer life. It belongs, however, to our time to penetrate into
    • region one is no longer in a world of Vana, of weaving in the
    • lymph, in which lives an echo of the longing for Nirvana.
  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • within man a kind of centre of destruction. I showed how as long as
    • it were cease for a time — for how long a time depends upon
    • who had a peculiar longing to live behind the phenomena of the senses,
    • developed a longing to see behind the sense-phenomena, and in so
    • cannot possibly come to an idea of Christ as long as he makes use
    • Harnack says that Christ the Son does not really belong in the
    • engaged attention in the early Christian centuries have long ceased
    • experience he has Him no longer. Therefore he takes what he
    • All that we see of our fellow men with our senses will one day no longer
    • belongs to the things that are transient. But the “inner
    • no longer there; it will live on even as the seed of this year's
  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • re-appearing in another form; that is to say, we then no longer
    • Conceptions of the end of the earth remained for a longer time in
    • longer had any notion of the earth's beginning and end.
    • meaning in history. We should be filled with the longing to
    • from doing so. In the present time, we no longer conceive in the
    • everywhere warmed-up pagan cosmologies, which are no longer
    • world's beginning and end, this no longer means what it meant in
    • contrast, we shall no longer have any doubt as to the difference
    • theology; i.e., the Christian theology, is no longer Christian.
  • Title: Fundamental Impulses in the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times
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    • perhaps say to those belonging to this Western civilisation: To
    • longer spoken with the required earnestness, because people no
    • longer know what they are saying when they utter these words.
    • each other, these belong to the intellectual evolution that
    • lymph, containing the echo of the Nirvana-longing. In the
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture I
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    • having long been directed outward so as to penetrate into the
    • belongs to the intellectual development of the last few
    • centuries. The two things belong together. A man such as
    • longer could exist directly in the modern intellectual age
    • region one is no longer in a world of Vana, of the weaving in
    • in which lives an echo of the longing for Nirvana.
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture II
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    • of destruction. I showed that as long as we remain within
    • — for how long a time depends upon our free will
    • the ancient Oriental, who developed a peculiar longing to
    • At one time the Oriental cultivated all that man longs to
    • idea of Christ as long as he makes use only of the concepts
    • Son does not really belong in the Gospels, that the Gospels
    • the influence of Oriental wisdom, have long ceased to have
    • longer actually has the Christ. He therefore takes what he
    • same time entered a realm where it no longer makes sense to
    • longer exist one day; whatever makes itself known to eye,
    • by means of our senses also belongs to the things that are
    • earth are no longer there; it will live on just as the seed
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture III
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    • etheric body, for as long as one is passing through the
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IV
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    • longer enter, the mineral realm develops — turned away
    • long as we live, right up until death, it is held together by
    • our soul life bears through death: the longing for the being
    • of man. And this longing for the being of man is particularly
    • of a spiritual world, the deepest longing to become man.
    • into our consciousness, bears within it the opposite longing.
    • most intense longing to spread out into the world — to
    • bear within them the longing to become world. The will, on
    • it the longing to become man.
    • Thoughts:   Longing to
    • Longing to be come man.
    • longings to become man. One can perceive this with
    • the longing is already clearly expressed to return, to awake
    • the human physical body itself. This longing, however,
    • — that acquires the longing to be dispersed again, to
    • element in its longing to become world then has come, as it
    • cosmos. The longing to become world is achieved, and a
    • this longing of the thoughts to become world slowly changes
    • into the longing to become man again, again to interweave
    • longing of our thoughts to become world, now that it has been
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture V
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    • drawn here as a web of thought is something that belongs
    • through birth, yet it definitely belongs to the individual
    • no longer alter the soup, for the will is already outside, is
    • emerges out of the regions where consciousness no longer
    • soul life along these lines, and everywhere it would find
    • he develops himself with two longings that proceed on the one
    • of will. We saw how the thought life longs for cosmic
    • existence and how the will life after death longs for human
    • thought element then begins to long for the human state, and
    • the will element begins to long to pour itself out into the
    • endure it for a long period only if he recognizes it. All the
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VI
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    • those belonging together as a people, although here there are
    • consciousness, in spite of not belonging to it, what colors
    • and after this, throughout long periods — cannot be
    • the light and then no longer distinguishes the eye from the
    • all-embracing self, so that we no longer distinguish between
    • beyond the earthly — it is no longer a question of
    • constellations of the stars. We remain a long time in the
    • being no longer has that inner relationship, that intimate
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VII
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    • what belongs to the earthly evolution, and it is during the
    • force that he brings along with him from the influence of the
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VIII
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    • stage of beings who, in ages long past, have in their
    • physical body cannot be said to belong to the earth at all.
    • grow, fade away, and so on. It belongs to the human being,
    • earth will no longer be in existence it will be carried on
    • longer have these pictures as such, as picture-etheric body,
    • passed through the portal of death he undergoes for a long
    • however, even when it endures a long time, is something he
    • belonging to various theosophical societies, for instance,
    • that this superman dies along with earthly existence.
    • nothingness. The I is given by the earth; it seems to belong
    • the human being is no longer possible, because it is an
    • emanation of the earth, belonging therefore to the earth
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IX
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    • which means that we have already been living for a long time
    • person no longer likes to attend lecture courses in which he
    • Anthroposophical spiritual science comes along, however, and
    • into activity that is no longer merely the I but that
    • ceases along with the earth; then the human being becomes an
    • earthly I, and, as an earthly I, he ceases to exist along
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture X
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    • togetherness along with his wishes — in short, if we
    • thinking, all of that we do not take along through death. A
    • Atlantean catastrophe, throughout the long ages of the
    • of a brief recollection, so long as the human being still
    • however, along with his etheric body, a few days after death.
    • The divine essence which he brought along and took with him
    • civilization, they no longer have this legacy with them. At
    • being did not develop himself fully along the lines of
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture XI
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    • and reappearing in another form; that is, it is no longer
    • for a longer time in human consciousness. In Michelangelo's
    • inaccessible to direct human knowledge, because he no longer
    • be filled with the longing to rediscover the meaning of
    • he could do nothing else. Today we no longer picture in the
    • everywhere warmed-up pagan cosmologies, which are no longer
    • the earth's beginning and end, this no longer means what it
    • this principal contrast, we shall no longer have any doubt as
    • — is no longer Christian. One may therefore say that

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