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  • Title: Lecture: Evil and the Power of Thought
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    • intrinsic nature — in the secret orders and secret societies of
    • nature is based: upon being able to throw back matter into chaos, to
    • your inner nature, below the powers of memory, you bear within you
    • to the investigation of external nature we shall not be able to
  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • call the laws of nature. But with ordinary consciousness we never get
    • with thought, for the laws of nature can be apprehended in
    • up the laws of nature I am bound eventually to apply them to the
    • some creature of nature. Then out of this being of nature, that is
    • external nature, we only built up abstract laws. We come, in other
    • recognise in man only the laws of nature. But in this centre of
    • destruction of which I have been speaking the laws of nature are
    • Within man matter is annihilated, and so are all the laws of nature.
    • Material life, together with all the laws of nature, is thrown back
    • into chaos; and out of the chaos a new nature is able to arise,
    • us of external nature. We can compare it only with a communication
    • setting and the rising world. We must feel how there is in nature a
    • perpetual dying. Nature wears, so to speak, a deathlike hue. But over
    • against this there is also in nature a continual glow of new
    • hue visible to the senses; yet if we open our hearts to nature, it
    • into nature and see the colours, all the colours of the spectrum, from
    • nature, we are looking in a certain sense at the spread-out colours
    • nature, only what is “setting” and passing away. In
    • the cosmos: the moon-nature directed towards pulverising and
    • scattering, and the quickening, life-giving nature of the sun.
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  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • — the higher beings of the kingdoms of Nature: plants,
    • external Nature as an illusion, history began to lose its meaning
    • Nature may be
    • Nature, particularly in Goethe's meaning, if we give up
  • Title: Fundamental Impulses in the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times
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    • completely destroyed in its essence. Our human, nature is based
    • in the last century for acquiring knowledge on nature outside,
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture I
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    • without any understanding of its innermost nature — in
    • human nature is based: upon being able to throw back matter
    • last few centuries to the investigation of outer nature, we
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture II
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    • laws that we then call the laws of nature. With ordinary
    • thought, for the laws of nature are apprehended in thoughts
    • If one follows the laws of nature to the stage at which one
    • perception, quite similar to a creature of nature. Out of
    • such a creature of nature, which is basically in a kind of
    • nature, one built up only abstract laws. One comes, in other
    • recognize in the inner being of man only the laws of nature.
    • spoken here, the laws of nature are united with the moral
    • inner being matter, and with it all the laws of nature, is
    • nature, is thrown back into chaos, and out of the chaos a new
    • nature is able to arise, saturated with the moral impulses we
    • outer nature. We can compare it only with what another human
    • One must feel how there is in nature a perpetual dying.
    • Nature is colored, so to speak, by this death. In contrast to
    • this, however, there is also in nature a continual unfolding,
    • a continual coming to birth. This does not color nature in a
    • way visible to the senses; yet if we approach nature with
    • into nature and see the colors, all the colors of the
    • we look at nature, we are looking in a certain sense at the
    • only the perishing, the corpse-like part of nature, which is
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture III
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    • we experience as a thought-weaving of an objective nature
    • the same region, as it were, of our human nature: the
    • described, it is grasped not merely as being of the nature of
    • Thinking loses its picture-nature and abstractness, it loses
    • oneself. The picture-nature ceases to be merely pictorial;
    • bodily nature. Just as in thinking we feel that we penetrate
    • nature of thinking and feeling he can also come to a
    • however, this I really appears, and it is of the nature of
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IV
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    • must suppose are between the four members of human nature,
    • as such have no physical, bodily nature but that live
    • in the plant world is of essentially the same nature as what
    • side of the surface of the mineral in mineral nature and that
    • the ranks of the realms of nature but who stand above the
    • bodily nature. We weave in the ether life. Our mental images
    • It has indeed formed a relationship with our human nature.
    • Our thoughts have a strong relationship to our human nature.
    • remains beyond death. Whatever is of a will nature desires to
    • become man, whereas whatever is of a thought nature and must
    • stream of nature that is formed through the line of heredity
    • the nature of the hierarchy that stands at, the third stage
    • are then in our feeling nature interwoven with beings
    • thus reaches downward into the three realms of nature and
    • human nature what can live in freedom. Below us and above us
    • down into nature and wish to view the human being in his
    • recognize what man is within nature. Now we become aware
    • actual spirituality and what is experienced below in nature
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture V
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    • hand we have found what is of the nature of will, and we
    • could say that this will nature develops between the astral
    • entirely of a will nature. During the life between birth and
    • What remains behind of a will nature passes over into future
    • things objectively, one cannot clarify to oneself the nature,
    • takes place in us, what goes on in our human nature, is
    • instincts, our desires, to the so-called lower human nature
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VI
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    • comprehended in the realm of mineral nature, and the mineral
    • nature in the plant, animal, and human realms, and would then
    • time to think of what lives in nature as being at the same
    • between what is of a moral and what is of a mineral nature.
    • incorporate the moral into the mineral nature. I have often
    • Kant-Laplace theory up to the mineral nature of modern
    • of such a nature — as it may well be when man is living
    • the cosmos and what as plant-like nature is imparted to the
    • his plant nature, which means with that which is placed in
    • something higher than the laws of nature. There too we may
    • us that which is our animal nature. What is our animal
    • nature? Our animal nature is above all what gives us our
    • animal nature is given its direction, if I may express it in
    • penetrate the soul element in its objective nature, so we
    • particulars, just as we do of nature. Then there will arise a
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VII
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    • consciousness that is more plant-like in nature; it is not
    • nature — which is only an outstanding example — each
    • peculiarity of Goethe's nature? For one thing, Goethe
    • however; he is quite different. His nature is such that its
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VIII
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    • the particular nature of these higher beings, we shall be
    • nature, only when permeated by human soul and spirit. The
    • forces working outside in earthly, physical nature destroy
    • nature of an inner picture, and we can grasp it if we develop
    • inner picture-nature of this physical body. What we behold
    • there as the inner picture-nature offers resistance to the
    • picture-nature does not succumb to the earthly processes.
    • This inner picture-nature can at least endure, and when the
    • call a realm of nature of the future, which does not yet
    • exist at all — a realm of nature of the future. There
    • will arise a future realm of nature out of what today is only
    • seed of a future realm, a future realm of nature.
    • nature — a plant-animal, an animal-plant realm. What we
    • something that in its essential nature bursts through its
    • nature are loosened from him. The physical body loosens
    • animal nature that exists today to a stage above, where the
    • mysterious way man's inner nature is revealed by his
    • inner nature — whether he is good or bad — will
    • unveil themselves to us according to the nature of their
    • the essential nature of these bodies as seeds and consider
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IX
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    • you that if we seriously wish to bring the spiritual nature
    • those members of his human nature in which the I is certainly
    • evolutions or about the spiritual, soul, and bodily nature of
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture X
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    • thought content in its true nature is something much more
    • matter appears to us when we study our human nature while
    • appearance of the senses. Of our actual nature as awake,
    • perceived of nature's green, insofar as he really has
    • experienced this green nature with human participation, not
    • how this materialistic thinking sees nature as being all there is
    • only the appearance of nature in the form in which it
    • entirely healthy nature-appreciation of Goethe could suffice
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture XI
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    • — the higher beings of the realms of nature, plants,
    • of appearance, perceiving outer nature, therefore, as
    • Nature may be
    • experiences nature between birth and death. History becomes
    • develop a satisfactory knowledge of nature, particularly in



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