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  • Title: Lecture: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • — all these become an organically coherent etheric system. (When
    • etherically. It is as if we were to repeat inwards everything which we
    • only appearance — one finds all those hierarchical beings called
    • vertically. And in the etheric body we have a confluence, a radiating
    • called the Kyriotetes.
    • air. In the real world, what are at first called etheric body, astral
    • talking either of Matter or of what is called Spirit in the ordinary
    • consciousness — a grey spirituality, conceived pantheistically
  • Title: Lecture: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • recent lectures, you will, I think, be able to call up a picture of
    • peoples — the Folk Spirits as we call them. You will know of
    • have come to a stage where this feeling, which is called forth in man
    • absurdity (for so I must call it) had to come about when the
    • called the Michael thought! This Michael thought should be alive,
  • Title: Lecture: The Forming of Destiny in Sleeping and Waking
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    • connected with his destiny, with what we are accustomed to call
    • this question, not theoretically, but concretely in a vital and
    • call idealism. Our words relate entirely to things of the outer,
    • fanatically in the Spirit are the very ones who refute the Spirit. I
  • Title: Lecture: Waking of the Human Soul and the Forming of Destiny: Lecture I
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    • When, out of that existence which is called the pre-earthly, the human
    • association of man with the Beings whom we call the Primal Forces, the
    • Schiller would still have called idealistic thinking, — through
    • being, — that mood which may be called an idealistic mood of good
  • Title: Lecture: Waking of the Human Soul and the Forming of Destiny: Lecture II
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    • more than anything else, this calls upon the understanding, upon the
    • into its present form by any kind of forces which we call forces of
    • the Christ in the ancient mysteries, although He was not called by the
    • means of external thinking. What Augustine called Manicheanism, what
    • is called at present the teaching of Mani, is only the degenerate
    • be called memory of the Mystery of Golgotha. Christ had given Himself
    • I should like to call your attention to something very interesting,
  • Title: Lecture: Michaelmas VII: The Creation of A Michael Festival Out Of The Spirit (Extract)
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    • repeat themselves periodically. In ancient times, something was known
    • time mathematically, by our earthly means alone, whereas for the real
  • Title: Preparing for a New Birth
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    • slightest value if we think this or that theoretically about
  • Title: Easter/Pentecost: Lecture II: The Mystery of Pentecost and the Ascension
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    • would like to call up two pictures before your souls to-day,
    • second picture that I would like to call up before your souls
    • These two pictures we desire to call up before your souls
    • let us recall the course of earthly evolution. This proceeded,
    • evolution. Expressed differently — esoterically —
    • Now, call up before you the picture of the Ascension:
    • us call up before our souls the picture of the Ascension: the
    • festivals. The pictures they call up before the souls of men



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