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  • Title: Lecture: Evil and the Power of Thought
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    • let action and social life spring from it, the main thing was joy
    • make it impossible to see these things in their original form; they
    • was something quite outlandish when Bulwer travelled about, speaking of
    • there he appeared in gatherings where everything else went on in a
    • again. Thus something coquettish in a higher sense of the word
    • see something as reasonable only in so far as it is in line with what
    • is “done.” But things in life are all interconnected, and
    • development of the last few centuries. The two things belong
    • between one attitude of soul and another; then such a thing will be
    • seen in the right light. But with Bulwer it was because something lit
    • perceives how something of the power which belongs to perception and thought,
    • radiates into our inner being something which on the one hand becomes
    • matter is completely dissolved into nothingness. The very being of
    • something that works destructively, and without it you would not have
    • otherwise man would consider himself to be something different from
    • degree of saying, “There is nothing at all in the human being
    • nothing at all outside this life between birth and death. Modern
    • people everything sprang ultimately from love; with you everything
    • radically! But from such a radical characterisation of things we can
    • things in this way. Thus the realm that manifests as a centre
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  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • receive, and reflects them in the course of time. Something or other
    • to something like a breaking of the inner mirror. The memories can as
    • Here you have something which has its good use and purpose within
    • something which must never be allowed outside. The bad man carries in
    • is the very thing we need to give the Ego its right and proper strength.
    • there is really nothing in the world that would not bring blessing to man,
    • enables us to experience in it something we would never be able to
    • matter is destroyed. Matter is thrown back into nothingness, and we
    • have the power within this nothingness to cause the good to arise. We
    • Jupiter existence will contain nothing but the new creation that is
    • thrown back into nothingness.
    • Two things are
    • is the very thing that modern man needs to learn. There must again be truth
    • consciousness. Needless to say, one cannot set things before the
    • destruction, and how in the world outside there is something wherein
    • speaks to us. There we have something that is no mere allegory
    • word, the audible word, is not merely subjective, but is something
    • word. It is not only an inner word; it is at the same time something
    • but that matter persists, matter is the indestructible thing. The
    • belongs to the things that are transient. But the “inner
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  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • everything on earth which he fulfils out of the impulse of
    • is to say, if we do not take anything out of earthly life for our
    • something which we may designate as the connection with the
    • are turned to the things which surround us in the world in which
    • impulses, instincts, passions and temperament, and everything
    • course, everything which man saw in his own way as the world's
    • The essential thing in the development of mankind is that in
    • perceives from birth to death — but everything I say
    • in short, into everything which, symbolically speaking, lies
    • his perceptions, for he may turn his eyes to the things he wants
    • everything will end in uniform heat. Man's whole being dissolves,
    • history was something which moved from the beginning to the end
    • in which everything will perish. In between lies what we know,
    • regard to his perceptive world, but into something which
    • in a world of apparent perception and in it surges up something
    • Golgotha. This is one thing. But the other thing is that history
    • We learn to recognize that everything before the Mystery of
    • everything after the Mystery of Golgotha sets out from it.
    • and also changes history into something which it should not be
    • everything which modern man requires through the fact that he
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  • Title: Fundamental Impulses in the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times
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    • constitution rendered it impossible for him to see these things
    • Then, many a thing must be judged differently, but not in the
    • Thus, in a higher sense, he brought something frivolous into
    • sensible. But there is a connection in the things in life, and
    • things. A man like Bulwer does not fit into this evolution; it
    • appear in its right light. In Bulwer something shone forth that
    • usual consciousness nothing else except outer
    • we can see how something pertaining to the force of thought and
    • something shines in our inner being, changing, it is true, into
    • is completely changed back into nothingness. Matter is
    • memory, you have something in you as man, that aims at
    • heard for years about the things pertaining to spiritual-scientific
    • earth. It can be seen in everything appearing to-day as
    • was the first thing that befell the disciples when they heard
    • saying: There is nothing in man beyond birth and death. Man is
    • there is nothing beyond this life between birth and death.
    • people of Asia everything is born out of love, whereas in your
    • case everything springs out of fear which is related with
    • things so drastically. But the drastic character of these
    • things can show us what we have to learn to day for the sake of
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture I
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    • fear; your whole mood of soul is governed by fear. Everything
    • you do, but also everything you feel, is saturated with fear
    • action and social life to spring from it, the main thing was
    • become such as to make it impossible to see these things in
    • in gatherings where everything else went on in a completely
    • the maiden would play again. Something coquettish, in a
    • because it comes to seem natural. One sees something as
    • “done.” Things in life, however, are all
    • centuries. The two things belong together. A man such as
    • the right light; then such a thing can be understood. With
    • Bulwer Lytton, however, something lit up in him that no
    • will, together with everything that is reflected back into
    • something of the power of perceiving and thinking, which is
    • something that on the one hand becomes memory images but that
    • dissolved into nothingness. The very essence of matter is
    • memory, you bear within you something that works
    • man would consider himself to be something different from
    • is nothing at all in the human being that transcends birth
    • the doctrine that there is nothing at all outside this life
    • people, after all, everything sprang ultimately from love;
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture II
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    • often suggested, to something like a breaking of the inner
    • within, it is the very thing we need to give the human I its
    • nothing in the world that would not, in its place, have a
    • something we would never be able to experience in the outer
    • world. In the outer world we see things materially.
    • Everything we see, we see materially, and following the
    • nothingness, and then we can allow, within this nothingness,
    • moral and ethical ideals.Then something new arises. Then in
    • nothingness.
    • These things
    • Two things are
    • and Christ the two become confused. For Soloviev such a thing
    • is the very thing to which modern man must come again. There
    • cannot present such things before the world at large today in
    • there is something in which the I of man is, as it were,
    • similar things. One must only find the right form for these
    • things, a form that would enable them to find their way into
    • within us something that speaks to us. There we have
    • something that is not mere allegory or symbol but actual
    • is not merely something subjective but is something placed
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture III
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    • only when one can place the thing to be known objectively
    • by reason of things we cannot go into today we must
    • something before one that can be observed most clearly at the
    • flowing thoughts. There need be nothing of fantasy; one can
    • etheric body, everything remains dreamlike. One must also
    • then the dream is revealed as something mobile, something
    • the dream as something substantial, then in the further
    • one stands as if within something real, dives down into our
    • process of becoming. It seems at first something foreign, but
    • becomes something of the spiritual, objectively present, that
    • sleep, one who lives in objective cognition sees something in
    • and going to sleep, but not everything that lives within our
    • something that springs from feeling as that which otherwise
    • show you today how these things can be spoken about out of a
    • exhausted in its images. Things can be described in a living
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IV
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    • our lifetime. Something is always left behind, however, and
    • present at other times. Everything in the soul life that does
    • the human being. Today we will consider something of the
    • to look at something of the human environment. Let us bring
    • something that actually continues as an unconscious element
    • possessed by physical, earthly things but a life that
    • fundamentally lives and weaves through all things. We live
    • something cut out of this weaving, self-imagining world. That
    • and here we come to something that can be comprehended
    • perception. As soon as we advance to thinking, something is
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture V
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    • important things in what has been said as a sort of prelude
    • therefore only reflects something within our thinking
    • something else as well, which approaches him out of the
    • drawn here as a web of thought is something that belongs
    • being, though not completely; certain things remain behind.
    • nothing other than subjective experience, shaded in all sorts
    • things objectively, one cannot clarify to oneself the nature,
    • these things, therefore, one can really see the person's past
    • is so inexplicable to himself; it appears as something elemental
    • streams down into the whole human being as something quite
    • fully possible to follow these things and study them in
    • experiencing something of the world through sense impressions
    • something such as, for example, the thought of the cube, into
    • have just said is something that takes place in the human
    • experience everything in the conceptual life; we dream of it
    • everything in which the human past and the human future play
    • up from below. And what is living there? Something lives
    • there that we sense as something objective, because it
    • participates. It is also something objective, because it has
    • these things, it would have to investigate the details of the
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VI
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    • therefore have — names add nothing to the matter
    • everything that makes the mineral realm in a certain sense
    • essentially something else, however, that pushes up into
    • consciousness and is something that the human being takes
    • dreams arise, which certainly also have something to do with
    • like to study the moral element as something surging up from
    • thinking, and how man eliminates everything in the way of
    • him by his breathing condition and is modified by all that
    • has to do with conditions of language, by everything,
    • spiritual science. All modern anthropology and things of that
    • respects have nothing to orient us, no guiding viewpoint,
    • — which determine his breathing and also the
    • differentiated breathing. The concentration of these forces
    • something higher than the laws of nature. There too we may
    • things are found again through spiritual science, one comes
    • these things again, is led from a completely different basis
    • of the animal. Everything, for example, that designs the
    • at first everything is present in him that ultimately
    • whole placement into physical existence as something external
    • organization something that he experiences in such a way that
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VII
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    • something that then goes on further and that to begin with is
    • receives from realms beyond the earth something different
    • actually behold something of what the human being is between
    • unprejudiced view such things can be observed in a certain
    • peculiarity of Goethe's nature? For one thing, Goethe
    • such a good thing to do) that Goethe had the tendency to
    • turned to poetry but brought things to expression in a way
    • becomes conscious of something that is most characteristic of
    • In short, there was actually nothing in the world into which
    • everywhere, if one feels and senses these things, and if only
    • how he has setbacks, even to the point of illness. Everything
    • us, in addition to other things, by the state of
    • new birth, you certainly must say that things appear that can
    • arises something that still has a relationship to the earth,
    • something that points the human being back to what is
    • Something is imparted to the human being that he brings down
    • soul world something of what is in his astral body, by means
    • brings with him out of the cosmos something that then
    • permeates his etheric body — something that has to do
    • birth, the human being has in his etheric body something like
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VIII
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    • as we perceive him today we are able to understand something
    • physical human body something will then be formed that we may
    • that we have in it something seed-like, something that indeed
    • however, even when it endures a long time, is something he
    • something that in its essential nature bursts through its
    • have related how in the land of spirit something will be
    • land of spirit, Something like an oceanic region, something
    • is different. Nevertheless if we wish to describe how things
    • dealing with something that, in order to characterize it, to
    • another way. We must say something like this: in this weaving
    • something superhuman arises. The I is lifted higher. The I
    • description of the land of spirit; it is something that can
    • fundamentally the human being is something that has grown out
    • he associates himself with something that is the task of our
    • arouse in the human being anything but dreams of an abstract
    • no higher stages could later be evolved, nothing but this
    • the astral body, mediating the interbreathing of the etheric
    • as if actually destined for nothingness. The physical body,
    • be a nothing, for in them it is dissolved. They destroy it.
    • away from him. For the cosmos it again appears to be nothing
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IX
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    • surrounds him in the world in the same way as things
    • means of intellectual knowing. Everything that the human
    • impulses. Everything else he experiences is weakened,
    • everything that is communicated to him is communicated only
    • to feel something that can be expressed in the following way:
    • state of being in which nothing that modern culture
    • able to understand things that you receive as ideas in your
    • link something from the soul life with this unusual idea
    • nothing but what the astral body casts into the I as shadow
    • could not do anything with it because he primarily values the
    • means of anthroposophical spiritual science something comes
    • they read it they sense something; something stirs in them.
    • Before things were disposed to move inwardly only passively,
    • as thought shadows. Now something like an active intellect
    • begins to stir in them. Something emerges from them as if
    • they complain about the difficult things with which people in
    • and uncles — complain that anthroposophy is something
    • as something living. Then it gives the human being not merely
    • feel something as a result in the inner human content by
    • human being something that carries him beyond earthly
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture X
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    • waves of the soul life only their form. Something like
    • thought content in its true nature is something much more
    • something that generates waves from the depths of our being
    • impressions. Something from within unites with something from
    • Abstract mental images retain almost nothing of the
    • lives in them nothing of an inner reality but only what is
    • picture these concrete things but in such a way that our
    • such pictures there stirs something that the dead person can
    • perceive. For at death he has laid aside everything that is
    • century, is something that has significance only in earthly
    • beings experienced much more of everything that could be
    • cultured, world today, is something that is obliterated upon
    • something that must be laid aside at death, something that
    • but also something that can be only an earthly possession for
    • birth and death all those things that have significance only
    • we instruct our children in everything that is modern
    • picture also changes. Everything that the person has
    • our inwardly woven thoughts. For these are the things that as
    • speaks of something divine-spiritual in the outer world,
    • that everything that I have described, for example, in my
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture XI
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    • death; everything on earth that he fulfills out of the
    • founded on anything in earthly life — then we create
    • something we may call the relationship to the Mystery of
    • look out at us from a mirror cannot force us to do anything,
    • everything that surges up from the human being, without being
    • world of appearance. Everything that the human being saw in
    • remained. The essential thing in the progressive development
    • — everything that I say applies only to our age —
    • organs, and in short, everything that, symbolically speaking,
    • yet another difference between the way of viewing things
    • again find something that enabled man to grasp his earthly
    • everything will end in a uniform heat. The entire
    • saw it, history was something that moved from the beginning
    • the end of the earth's evolution, in which everything
    • passions. Today we do not see much of everything that may be
    • his own being and without entering into something free
    • regarding the world of perception, but rather into something
    • in this; it was altogether something that yielded itself to
    • he could do nothing else. Today we no longer picture in the
    • up something that leads him to the spiritual existence that
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