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  • Title: Lecture: Evil and the Power of Thought
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    • realise when an impression was produced by this self-knowledge on the
    • weight, for those who use it do not really know what it signifies.
    • false kind of mysticism to ask: “What is there really in my
    • If man really
    • realm where the being of man has an impulse to destroy, to blot out,
    • what he really is within Western civilisation. Enclosed within
    • learn what we really must learn to-day for the healthy progress of
    • One can really
    • things in this way. Thus the realm that manifests as a centre
    • in that realm which lies within man as a centre of destruction. And
    • is forged in the centre of evil cannot pass beyond the realm of the
    • reached — although it must be reached if we are really to go
  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • realm we cannot see when the mirror is intact. Correspondingly, if we carry
    • there is really nothing in the world that would not bring blessing to man,
    • of matter. But in this centre of destruction it really happens that
    • thoughts; they are in reality the thoughts of the world. If I follow
    • born as little babies, we are really for external perception not unlike
    • Harnack says that Christ the Son does not really belong in the
    • Christian centuries, in the endeavour to realise in consciousness the
    • have really found in ourselves the beginning of spiritual existence.
    • back into chaos, we are beholding a real activity of the spirit
    • fact, entered a realm where it is meaningless to speak of subjective and
    • through himself, but in reality from out of the world.
    • provides us with our intellectual concepts, we really come to
    • we are able to look at it in the right light, is really a survey of a
    • Adolph Harnack, who hold by the Father God alone, are really expounders
    • studies that which is coming into life, he really only studies
    • understand how this really is, we must envisage it in the following way.
    • with what is dead. This kind of culture is directly opposed to real
    • Christianity. Real Christianity must have a perceptive feeling for
    • itself with all that streams out. The sun is in reality
  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • freedom, gives his being, as it were, weight, reality and life.
    • between birth and death, the human being really does not have in
    • reality the world which we experience may be compared with the
    • illusion; it is a reality, but one which does not rise up in
    • death, man lives in a real world unknown to him, one which cannot
    • not find it in the world of reality which completely withdrew to
    • independence. I said that if we really develop freedom on earth;
    • conceptions, we shall realize, however, what is needed in
    • developed; i.e., not really, but people imagined that this was so
    • appears to have no meaning. Let us realize this.
    • He should really feel that mankind's historical development is
    • This will show you that Schopenhauer really felt this absence of
    • Today we do not see much of all that may be realized on the basis
    • him his own being and without penetrating into a free realm in
    • civilization, only a small number of people have really grasped
    • Being to those who contemplate the world in a real way; it is a
    • realized fully and profoundly. This knowledge will not be
    • not really understand much about Christianity. For it is deeply
    • Christianity in a real way, from within. This must be
  • Title: Fundamental Impulses in the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times
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    • days, fear really played no part in the life of
    • great deal of what we really need in order to find the point
    • enlightened world-conception of the ancient East, for it really
    • of the ancient East, did not contain a real following of the
    • real inner contemplation of man, because of the geographical
    • really contained within man.
    • already possessed this look into man's interior can really show
    • really quite an influence in the world outside. But it is no
    • do not realize the degree of narrow-mindedness they have
    • self. This is really the world looked over by man, out of which
    • really contained in his inner being and what self-knowledge
    • how feeling and will really work. Because the outer impressions
    • his consciousness from his inner being. If man really wants to
    • the words that were really meant to explain how well prepared
    • himself, and concerning what he really is within the
    • man will realize that he envelops a destructive centre.
    • what goes on in him instinctively, if a real knowledge of man
    • death. He is afraid to look into what is really eternal in the
    • really undergoes a hardening process in the centre of Evil
    • of thinking, so that nothing real and essential is reached; yet
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture I
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    • and outer realities. In a sense deeper than normally recognized, the
    • representatives, “You are really living entirely in
    • way, we would gain much that we really need to know in order
    • realize what an impression was produced by this
    • weight, for those who say it do not really know what it
    • into this realm of experience through such intimations.
    • If man really
    • penetrates as far as memory, he enters a realm where the
    • what he really is within Western civilization. Within Western
    • however, we can learn what we really must learn today for the
    • One can really
    • it must be reached if we are really to move forward. The
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture II
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    • and outer realities. In a sense deeper than normally recognized, the
    • spatial mirror, we see behind the mirror; we see into a realm
    • There is really
    • for the ancient Oriental world conception as visible reality.
    • Son does not really belong in the Gospels, that the Gospels
    • really found in ourselves the beginning of spiritual
    • been thrown back into chaos, we are beholding a real activity
    • same time entered a realm where it no longer makes sense to
    • through himself but in reality from out of the world.
    • with our intellectual concepts, we really come to recognize
    • who hold to the Father God alone, are really expounders of
    • when studying what is unfolding, one really studies only how
    • see the reality, the actuality, we must envision it in the
    • one realizes that the Father God works in matter, bringing it
    • real Christianity. Real Christianity must have a feeling for
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture III
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    • and outer realities. In a sense deeper than normally recognized, the
    • Then one comes into the realm of the
    • objective cognition. Real cognition can be gained, however,
    • really a sum of activities, the astral body, and the I or
    • one realizes distinctly that one must pass right through the
    • thus grasped the soul element in a certain realm.
    • one stands as if within something real, dives down into our
    • however, this I really appears, and it is of the nature of
    • with real objectivity. In waking we enter our etheric and
    • present it, because it is a reality. In grasping it we come
    • reality. Only Imaginative cognition can penetrate to reality
    • real organization. If one grasps what is weaving there,
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IV
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    • and outer realities. In a sense deeper than normally recognized, the
    • descend to the mineral realm we must admit that the
    • consciousness. In reality it does not lie far from us at all.
    • When, for instance, we pass from willing to real action, when
    • what we see within the human realm, the animal realm, and the
    • plant realm, and then we come here to the mineral realm, the
    • mineral realm shows us only its outer side in its working
    • longer enter, the mineral realm develops — turned away
    • the ranks of the realms of nature but who stand above the
    • to ascribe to the animal in the realm below us a
    • the other hand in the spiritual, we really picture man's
    • realized, it incarnates and becomes indeed an individual
    • real Intuition, the self-surrendering beings. We, too, out of
    • thus reaches downward into the three realms of nature and
    • reaches upward into the three realms of the divine,
    • down to the plant realm, the sleeping consciousness, and if
    • go upward we first find Imagination as reality fulfilled.
    • the deeply sleeping consciousness of the mineral realm. The
    • mineral realm spread around us reveals one side to us. If you
    • approached this one side and were really able to penetrate it
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture V
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    • and outer realities. In a sense deeper than normally recognized, the
    • feeling life of man can really be studied only when we
    • the borders of those realms of human observation that are
    • these things, therefore, one can really see the person's past
    • already playing into it, and therefore a really free deed
    • really seen when it is seen through Imaginative consciousness
    • first come about — I beg you to realize this —
    • mere concepts; one speaks rather of the concrete reality that
    • and that lives in man really between the etheric body and the
    • source of conscience. If psychology really wished to approach
    • were research in a real psychology (what is considered
    • could be fully realized what comes to the human being
    • must really come to the self-knowledge characterized. It is
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VI
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    • and outer realities. In a sense deeper than normally recognized, the
    • the animal, plant, and mineral realms. As we ascend we
    • view these beings who constitute the realm we encounter when
    • ordinary consciousness the laws underlying the mineral realm.
    • everything that makes the mineral realm in a certain sense
    • mineral realm.
    • same where the plant realm is concerned. You know that
    • science stops short on coming to the plant realm; at best it
    • realm. With his mineral concepts he comes still less —
    • animal realm or even to self-knowledge. All this must be
    • a consciousness adapted to the mineral realm. The human being
    • lives in the spiritual realm itself, he can journey through
    • spiritual realm.
    • outer sense reality and often actually denies contact with
    • comprehended in the realm of mineral nature, and the mineral
    • nature in the plant, animal, and human realms, and would then
    • may be realized. Then there would be countless human beings
    • about the differentiation of humanity, we really in many
    • well redistribute the whole picture. A real content streams
    • however, one must not shrink back if in this study real,
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VII
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    • and outer realities. In a sense deeper than normally recognized, the
    • really takes through the portal of death all that he has from
    • receives from realms beyond the earth something different
    • works on the plant realm both on earth and in the cosmos
    • actually became a real dramatic poet; he stopped short of
    • him — Goethe is a human being who was never really born
    • essential origin is really discovered in the sphere that lies
    • and a new birth. We cannot really say this, but we can say
    • us a kind of inner aspect. The mineral and plant realms
    • at the animal realm, however, we must actually say that this
    • hierarchies beyond the earthly. There in the animal realm we
    • begins to work with the plant realm in the outer world; then
    • material, chaos that disintegrates, chaos that really
    • reaches the planetary realm, he fashions man himself and
    • able to show how perceptibly karma is related to the real
    • acquire a consciousness that really unites his being with the
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VIII
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    • and outer realities. In a sense deeper than normally recognized, the
    • hierarchies, in the realms above man. If we look again into
    • in the realm of the angeloi, for example, went through their
    • higher realms, we must look back to ages far in the past. We
    • and animal realms. This physical body, therefore, is actually
    • human spirit out of the higher realms, out of the spiritual
    • realms. It is only there by virtue of the processes that 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
    • a picture — a realm that in its essential being will
    • stand between our present mineral realm, which lies as though
    • dead on the earth, and the plant realm which, immersing
    • itself in this dead mineral realm, enlivens it, gives it
    • with no dead mineral realm, and a plant world that is not
    • merely able to immerse life into the mineral realm but is
    • itself alive within a living mineral realm. Imagine this
    • living mineral realm, a future stage in the metamorphosis of
    • Jupiter stage — a future, living mineral realm living
    • immerses itself into the plant realm in a merely material way
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IX
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    • and outer realities. In a sense deeper than normally recognized, the
    • earthly realm, becomes seed for what the earth becomes after
    • which means one becomes a leader of humanity in some realm
    • anthroposophical spiritual science, really should arrive at
    • if once one were really to fix in a symbolic, artistic way
    • strengthening, health-giving impulses that lie in a real
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture X
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    • and outer realities. In a sense deeper than normally recognized, the
    • us from the depths of our own being and really can give the
    • the last lectures, however, you have realized that this
    • real than what we experience in consciousness. What we
    • lives really within the I as the I's most immediate neighbor.
    • really perceive only the hue that our thought content casts
    • reality little more of this thought-filled, dull I than what
    • impressions — really to experience yourself as an I.
    • fills that dull being that I have just described, so really
    • realize clearly that it is entirely dependent on our physical
    • not really continue to live together with our human essence
    • lives in them nothing of an inner reality but only what is
    • cast up to them from the inner reality. Only a tinge of the
    • grasp with our intellect is in truth much less real than what
    • that one know what can be acquired here on earth as real,
    • death. One could really ask, what is the characteristic
    • the human being really can acquire only through earthly life,
    • perceived of nature's green, insofar as he really has
    • realizations, then, which concern the human being, insofar as
    • cannot get a picture of what we ourselves really are if we
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture XI
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    • and outer realities. In a sense deeper than normally recognized, the
    • and a new birth weight, as it were, reality, existence. When
    • between birth and death, the human being really does not have
    • reality the world that we experience may be compared with the
    • reality, but a reality that does not rise up in man's present
    • not know, one that cannot ever really give him freedom. It
    • human being really develops freedom on earth, that is, if he
    • to say, not really, but people imagined that this was so
    • — the higher beings of the realms of nature, plants,
    • meaning. This must be realized.
    • should really sense that humanity's historical development is
    • really sensed this absence of meaning in history. We should
    • realized on the basis of free impulses born out of pure
    • really grasped that only a knowledge gained in freedom, an
    • the world in a real way; it is a spiritual being manifesting
    • ascent. This should be realized deeply and thoroughly. This
    • that they do not really understand much about Christianity.



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