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  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • conscience or self-reproach streams up from the deep ground of the
    • itself out in the antipathies — taking the word in the widest sense
    • belongs to the soul. Will therefore reveals itself in organic
    • He wants to isolate himself, to feel enclosed within his own being.
    • of the inner will itself, which a beneficent creation conceals by
    • Let it be remembered that nothing in the world is in itself evil or
    • itself radiate light but at most throw it back. The truth is that in
    • itself, but as the reflector of the Light. Then, among the Egyptians
    • Palladium, in itself, is dark; if it is suffused with light, then it
    • in itself, it will light up, will become fluorescent when it is
  • Title: Lecture: The Universe
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    • the same time a self-contained being, by bearing in mind
    • looking back, as it were, into his own self. For when we
    • head, he takes back, as it were, into himself, what is
    • first stage of fitting himself into the cosmos by saying:
    • own self in order to discover the universe anew within
    • himself, but he also looks out into the environing world.
    • yourself — in order to remain completely within
    • yourself. You do something with your right hand, but you
    • are taking hold of something which is your own self. You
    • now touch yourself in the same way in which you feel about
    • take hold of one's own self. We also do it indirectly
    • yourself.
    • he fits himself into the inorganic world. We might also
    • say: He fits himself into the external forces of
    • the human being forms himself (at
    • have to adapt himself to the earth in regard to his stars.
    • possibility to develop himself inwardly.
    • take hold of himself and to encompass himself. (See
    • man once more fits himself into the external world, or in
    • grasps himself (touches himself).
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