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  • Title: Lecture: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • take hold of Thinking, Feeling, and Willing in the astral body, as
    • In our human Thinking there lives the activity of the Angels.
    • human being in Willing, Feeling, and Thinking — these must be
    • Seraphim who bring Thinking into accord with the nerves and
    • into accord with Thinking and Feeling by the Cherubim.
    • In the organism of nerves and senses, in the basis of Thinking, the
  • Title: Lecture: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • a word, it was not so much his thinking that partook in the
  • Title: Lecture: The Forming of Destiny in Sleeping and Waking
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    • thinking of the beginning of man's life. During the very
    • and the third, thinking. One faculty may take precedence
    • being learns to walk, to speak and to think. The faculty of thinking
    • the search for equilibrium. Then, out of speaking, thinking
    • by artificial means; in all those who are not born dumb, thinking is
    • body. The thinking that is bound up with the ether body continues
    • thinking ceases during sleep; we think from the moment of falling
    • human being retains the real foundation for his thinking — the
    • thinking — a faculty that is bestowed upon man on Earth.
    • free activity of thoughts, in pure thinking, in the ethical and moral
    • for these impulses must have their root in pure thinking.
  • Title: Lecture: Waking of the Human Soul and the Forming of Destiny: Lecture I
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    • the human functions of walking, talking, sleeping, and thinking,
    • human being as childish thinking. Walking, speaking, thinking, —
    • of language are not such as manifest thinking, but proceed out of
    • How did walking, speaking, thinking appear in the pre-earthly life?
    • Thinking, as it flows out of the child, — one who observes the
    • manifestation of this thinking, as he traces it backward, finds that
    • force of thinking, conceiving. This we possess in order to enter
    • be if we were not thinking beings, what we should be as human beings
    • fact that we are thinking beings. Here on this earth we mutually
    • thinking which we express in speech. This manner in which we
    • understand one another here by means of thinking, — this we have
    • which reappears in the thinking that the child acquires in the third
    • completely bound up with the sense-nerve system as is thinking.
    • right relation with these Beings — when we say: For my thinking,
    • thinking. But all of these work into the physical body. When we
    • for my thinking I thank the Angels, for language I thank the
    • of walking capacity, speaking capacity, thinking capacity, which we
    • silent. But we see then that, as thinking grows silent when we fall
    • Angels depends very much upon the manner of one's thinking during the
    • have in his thinking anything extending beyond the physical world,
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  • Title: Lecture: Waking of the Human Soul and the Forming of Destiny: Lecture II
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    • the human functions of walking, talking, sleeping, and thinking,
    • place of what is today abstract thinking. Moreover, since we possessed
    • What we are able to observe in regard to the life of thinking in the
    • person he can say also that abstract thinking such as we have at the
    • — and what becomes effective in us as forces of thinking is the
    • corpse of that living thinking which we possessed during the
    • thinking until we look upon it as the residue of the pre-earthly
    • thinking, just as we look upon the corpse as the residue of a living
    • person. This awareness of human thinking, which is the residue of a
    • living thinking, must gradually more and more permeate humanity; only
    • when one knows that this thinking, as we possess it at the present
    • evolved to this dead thinking in the first third of the fifteenth
    • century; that this thinking became ever more and more completely dead
    • from the living pre-earthly existence, if earthly thinking had already
    • thinking in the period of childhood, although this is lost in the
    • present time this living thinking, could experience still such
    • owes to the circumstance that living thinking is not active at least
    • in his waking state, but a dead thinking into which he injects
    • oneself to think means to inject human will into this thinking, and
    • when man finds a dead thinking he can pour his free will into this
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  • Title: Lecture: Michaelmas VII: The Creation of A Michael Festival Out Of The Spirit (Extract)
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    • can fathom his way of thinking, if I can really understand his words
  • Title: Preparing for a New Birth
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    • than our thinking. And if we consider our moral existence, and
    • conscience speaks to us from depths that thinking can never
    • view when we see that even the most highly trained thinking,
    • illusion, that it is thinking that makes us human. So Hegel is
    • right, in a sense, when he says that thinking distinguishes man
    • thinking, our conceptual life, we arrive at the insight that
    • realize that actually we are thinking all the time, even when
    • that during earthly life we are never not thinking.
    • awaken we meet the thinking that has gone on while we were
    • This was merely an illustration of how we go on thinking all

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