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  • Title: Lecture: Evil and the Power of Thought
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    • thinking, which is the highest attainment of modern times, could not
    • experience. That is all one can say about it. Do you think that this
    • although only a crude idea of them can be had by modern thinking.
  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • conception. Thus we come to the point of thinking in a living and
    • with a certain inevitability this modern thinking leads men to
    • theology, too, has fallen into that way of thinking which has
    • natural science way of thinking? How is it for him, when this way of
    • thinking has been grafted on to him from early childhood? He learns
  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • of free impulses born out of pure thinking. But in the same
    • Today there are physicists who think that out there in the
  • Title: Fundamental Impulses in the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times
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    • been able to evolve your thinking. For your thoughts must
    • thinking man must possess in order to acquire the
    • thinking which must exist in front of the memory-mirror,
    • effects the continuation of thinking into the etheric body. The
    • way in which people think, for intellectual thought has
    • think that it is able to grasp the finely-shaded differences to
    • of thinking, so that nothing real and essential is reached; yet
    • those we need. People to-day think that it is only meet and
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture I
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    • something of the power of perceiving and thinking, which is
    • your thinking, for you must develop thinking by permeating
    • thinking. This strength of thinking that man must have in
    • time, this strength of thinking which must be there in front
    • thinking into the etheric body, and the etheric body thus
    • permeated by thinking works destructively upon the physical
    • again that rational thinking, which is the highest attainment
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture II
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    • to the point of thinking in a living and spiritual way about
    • with a certain inevitability this modern thinking leads
    • theology, too, has fallen into that way of thinking which has
    • modern natural scientific way of thinking? He learns that out
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture III
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    • life thinking, feeling, and willing. It is true that
    • thinking, feeling, and willing play into one another in the
    • distinguish, within this flowing life of soul,thinking,
    • thinking purely from feeling and willing, because one comes
    • loosened thinking.
    • livingly grasp thinking, feeling, and willing we grasp at the
    • it arises, however, it fades again, and before people think
    • Thinking loses its picture-nature and abstractness, it loses
    • thinking but is clearly recognizable as thinking
    • nevertheless. Cosmic thinking weaves in us, and we experience
    • how this cosmic thinking weaves in us and how we plunge into
    • this cosmic thinking with our subjective thinking. We have
    • bodily nature. Just as in thinking we feel that we penetrate
    • are, and perceive the sense impressions with the thinking, so
    • light of our thinking consciousness, our conceptual life
    • look between the members of the human organization. We think
    • of the life of the soul as flowing thinking, feeling, and
    • nature of thinking and feeling he can also come to a
    • the etheric body thinking takes place in the soul element. Between the
    • subjectively in flowing thinking, feeling, and willing.
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IV
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    • thinking develops itself in that region which is in fact the
    • that does not rise to thinking, to a life of thought, but
    • perception. As soon as we advance to thinking, something is
    • objective for this thinking, which is given for Imagination
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture V
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    • possess within our thinking activity merely in pictures, what
    • therefore only reflects something within our thinking
    • the place where our subjective thinking also lies, for we
    • we see it. We do not stop short at seeing. We think about it,
    • systems, that is to say, in thinking out crystal systems in a
    • mathematical, geometrical way, we find that we can think out
    • therefore, in that we think and incorporate the thought
    • thinking.
    • We think a content when we think about the cube. You must be
    • in the life of soul we cannot simply separate thinking, feeling,
    • thinking, however, in subjective thinking, we are conscious
    • thinking? In a delicate way, the will lives in thinking,
    • particularly in subjective thinking. We must be clear,
    • therefore, that in thinking there lives on the one hand the
    • in thinking. Now, if the thoughts strike against us here (see
    • think how it would be if this activity that I have pointed
    • thinking. Present-day natural scientific thinking does not
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VI
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    • form in such a way that the thinking aspect is situated
    • time to think of what lives in nature as being at the same
    • thinking, and how man eliminates everything in the way of
    • earth does not come about, a deepening of human thinking,
    • think that our new science of the spirit, which shows us
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VII
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    • for example, one might say (though I do not think that it is
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VIII
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    • thinking, feeling, and willing in the spaces, as it were,
    • from the depths of our being. Thinking, feeling and willing
    • human soul carries out in connection with it in thinking,
    • us as our life of soul, differentiated into thinking,
    • being. It is there that thinking weaves between the physical
    • our soul element (bright) in thinking, feeling, and willing.
    • The thinking separates, as it were, the physical body from
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IX
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    • the soul element, I was able to describe to you how thinking
    • comprehended according to thinking, feeling, and willing only
    • must participate actively with his thinking; he prefers
    • attain through merely passive thinking what should be
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture X
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    • thinking, feeling, and willing, then of course we find that
    • the thinking component, or what we experience directly as the
    • over to the departed human being. If we think of the departed
    • only abstract, pallid, intellectual thinking. Our pictorial
    • thinking, all of that we do not take along through death. A
    • how this materialistic thinking sees nature as being all there is
    • believes that all thinking about the divine-spiritual is only
    • among these materialistic thinkers coined a slogan that was
    • be able to think this thought the other way around. You must
    • Therefore you cannot think of man — for example, in
    • little. Only if you think and imagine quite abstractly, quite
    • that makes thinking so powerful that it is not merely a pale
    • of pure thinking that I have described in my
    • If we act freely out of pure thinking, however, such as I
    • if we really have in pure thinking the impulses for our actions,
    • thinking, to this intellectual thinking — in that it
    • Man may think
    • human being uses his thinking in order to apply it in free
    • mere knowing. In thinking, through intellectualism, our human
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture XI
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    • thinking. Just as much, however, as the human being lacks



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