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  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • WE HAVE BEEN studying how the living form of man, his soul and his
    • life; everything experienced by the soul in the form of pricks of
    • rise into our consciousness inasmuch as we can form mental concepts
    • when we are walking; but we can see ourselves stepping forward. We form
    • to expression in the form of feeling, surge upwards. We know that
    • sympathies and antipathies aroused by different forms of life, by
    • forms of art or of nature, or in sympathies and antipathies connected
    • give rise to persecution mania in all its forms. When feelings of
    • and persecution mania in all forms is nothing but superabundant,
    • it comes to expression in the form of negative judgments, judgments of
    • This, then, is a purely mental, concept-forming activity, which can be
    • concept-forming activity but it is still our own. What takes place
    • forms give expression to sympathetic affirmation or antipathetic
    • form which denies the sun.
    • the forms of the ancient wisdom, upon preserving for humanity those
    • ancient memorials which Christianity, assuming a material form for the
    • Christianity in Rome in its rigid, mechanical forms. In the
    • Constantine, in giving an externalized form of Christianity to the
  • Title: Lecture: The Universe
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    • Forming of Man through Cosmic Influences - 1,
    • Forming of Man through Cosmic Influences - 1,
    • in regard to his form, and from this standpoint widen and
    • begin with, the fact that the human form, of course,
    • whole, in order to grasp the human form from within, in a
    • concrete way. To begin with, the human being forms part of
    • mind that in regard to the formation of the head, the human
    • us first consider the human form
    • through feeling into your form, insofar as it is enclosed
    • gradual process of man's formation from outside
    • dissolves the form, devolving it into something which does
    • form part of him. There are many erroneous conceptions in
    • forming of man out of the universe, proceeded to the
    • forming of man from within, and arrived at the point where
    • the human being forms himself (at
    • least, his life and to some extent also his real form) in
    • characterizes man in regard to his form and the way he
    • farmer, or trader. These are forms of human activities, of
    • human being upon the earth. In regard to these four form
    • circumference; that is to say, he would be formed from out
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