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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • world outlook. It must be kept in mind that there is a great
    • the greatest teachers in this field never did more than advise and
    • One of the great laws of man that must be intimately tried out on his
    • the way to comprehending the great law of reincarnation on his own. A
    • Regarding karma, the great law of just compensation, perception and
    • with this contemplative inner life. The great spiritual truths that he
    • the great Spirits. He has learned to survey the whole panoramic
    • begins to perceive the great, eternal truths. Then, suddenly the world
    • about through obedience to and observation of a great sum of rules and
    • from the great book of occult schooling. A person who makes use of
    • coupled with perseverance. There are the great levers of spiritual
    • The greatest sages of mankind did not discover the great truths by any
    • opened. Then he will find what all the great religious and
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • today which looks to the very greatest enigmas of human existence. In
    • with the great questions of Eternity, that it holds itself aloof from
    • from a world-view which looks to the great problems of human
    • here about the social question, today we want to speak from a great
    • arrangement would cause such a great change in commercial or business
    • question regarding women is one of the greatest present questions of
    • scientific and other great minds have seen in the women's question
    • with the greatest energy against the admission of women into the
    • able to fulfill the profession of a doctor. With the great authority
    • to ridicule by presenting, little by little, all the various great
    • This is no fable! This man asserted that the greatness of the spirit
    • question of women. A great deal has been written on the psychological
    • A great scientist,
    • Thus we could say a great deal and, on the one side, could list all
    • occupied itself a great deal with this question, and Science enjoys
    • great authority. But the statements of scientists concerning the real
    • something that is far greater and more decisive than sexual
    • many respects these discussions are characterised by great
    • life, how they were equal to men and played a great part. And
    • culture has become, in the greatest sense, a male culture
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  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • means. When a man eats vegetarian food, it demands a great deal of
    • In spite of the fact that one can point out great human differences
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • ego are outpoured into the great world bordering on physical
    • which in the Macrocosm, the great Universe, lie one above the other.
    • acquire greater moral strength. We go to sleep in order that we may
    • wherein the most fruitful ideas for daily life and great inventions
    • vary greatly in different individuals. Sleeping human beings differ
    • in uniting with it, constituted an Event of the greatest possible
    • greater and greater numbers of people. This will inevitably come to
    • No word shall be said here against the great advances made by culture
    • no such destruction took place, for the great achievements of
    • of the ancient Rishis it was the great hope of Oriental Mysticism that
    • within a period of 5,000 years after the great Buddha achieved
    • proclaim the great secrets of existence. He will speak in a language
    • then do we live as building stones in that great work of construction
    • of the great Universe and all the members of our constitution —
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • workers and others whose professions demand a great deal of writing.
    • strength of will was the greater.
    • body is greatly strengthened. Try to carry out what I have just described
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • requested by our friends here, a subject having great significance for
    • being, apart from the body is the great experience of the spiritual
    • that is of great importance in mankind's development. Because it is
    • egotism, not a decrease. The leaders of the mysteries thus set great
    • Christ. Men will experience Christ in ever greater measure, and
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • look up again to the Heavenly Child who brought the greatest of all
    • coffins. At a greater distance, some people are listening to music. Behind
    • find manifest the fact that man may, indeed, cherish a great hope for his
    • into the evolution of the earth will acquire ever greater strength in the
    • The child born at Bethlehem must be born in ever greater depths of the soul
    • within, and no matter how great the temptations, there is one steadfast
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • after the awakening of the Ego-consciousness will there be any great
    • Sixth Great Period of humanity when men will look back upon that which
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • Epistles. This greatest of earthly events was prepared for by three
    • the greatest misfortune for earthly man if certain sections of his being
    • be a great misfortune because our senses now work in our bodies in a
    • our vital organs were subdued and harmonized resulted from the great
    • Mystery wisdom, “The great Sun Spirit, Who in the future will live as a
    • I admit that it may seem strange when I say that this great Being was
    • spiritualized by the Christ impulse. Christ, as the great Sun Spirit,
    • for Christ did not appear to one nation only but, being the great Sun
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • faithfully, the great and significant moment comes when real spiritual
    • way they want to see it. They know that Lessing was a great man, but
    • Christ lives in each human soul. If our souls acquire ever greater
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • great objective!” Indeed, Constantine carried the symbol of the
    • This kind of perception can certainly lead to great and significant
    • and Ahriman. In a period, even the greatest phenomena are not always
    • the greatness of the painting, in fact, we acknowledge it. We simply
    • state and something I can now dwell on in greater detail than was
    • the greater blame to England. Yet all these conjectures do not take
    • with great fervor, endless variations of absolutely meaningless
    • grasping spiritual laws, can progress from the state of greatest
    • imperfection to one of greatest perfection. People found this too
    • The greatest damage is done when what is poured into a child's soul
    • even inspired one of the great British writers to compose a work that
    • connections to great values that are just now germinating but will
    • a great event, how to sacrifice themselves for their people's
    • world. Mankind's greatest sin will be to ignore what the dead call out
    • learn, and must learn, from the dead how they contribute to the great
    • great pride in the fact that he was able to present an article about
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • Movement. It is therefore of great importance to grasp this fact in
    • intelligentsia as something great and significant among their people.
    • factor of blood is not meant to encompass great communities of human
    • A great
    • soul brings a great many other things in its train. This leads us to
    • public lecture yesterday I mentioned the great philosopher Soloviev,
    • altogether from the central idea held by the great Russian thinker,
    • of the greatest thinkers of Eastern Europe: “If Christ had not
    • believe that those great masters of wisdom who guide human progress
    • well that the great masters who guide our work from the spiritual
    • this group the spirit of good that is in you, great masters of wisdom,
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • a hyaena, whereas his etheric body will have a far greater resemblance
    • epochs, the rigidity of the etheric body will have a great influence upon
    • consumption, shall then have died out. In future, a great hymn of praise
    • to overcome it with deeds, not with lame objections. The greater the
    • number of those who open their eyes to the spiritual, the greater will
    • be checked, and the greater will be the possibility of keeping materialism
    • materialistic world-conception may be designated as the great conspiracy
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • the great advances made during the recent centuries and the immediate
    • Spiritual Science certainly does not underestimate the great progress made
    • that natural science would be able to solve the great riddles of human
    • dazzled by the greatness of human progress, and who do not comprehend
    • that a great professor or teacher, a giant professor, ought to be located in
    • Grimm, the great authority on art, set forth his conviction that
    • great fantasy of Laplace and Kant concerning the origin and eventual fate
    • human feeling which urgently demands a solution of the great problems of
    • human life itself is the greatest. I can, in the course of a brief lecture,
    • fact that science itself is a great problem, to which something must be
    • The great expectations based upon Darwinism, the hopes coming from the
    • connection it is allowable to refer to a greater event. And I should like to
    • of Spiritual Science, even distantly, with the greatest event which has
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • which are active in the great Universe, and which — inasmuch as they
    • also take hold of man — bring him physical death. In the great
    • ourselves: These forces which are active in the great Universe — what
    • great Universe, and bring death to man — I may now also refer in a
    • not in the same way. The forces of evil are so ordered in the great
    • consequences which appear in any individual man to a greater or lesser
    • in him the inclination to receive the spiritual life. In the great
    • another must become ever greater and greater. This interest must grow
    • great care: it is possible to take over certain sentences from Woodrow
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • related to us began with the great Atlantean Catastrophe, namely this
    • has to be overcome. Man has such a great inclination in our day to
    • This indeed is one of the greatest and most fatal illusions. People
    • people. The expanse and greatness of the British Empire rests on this
    • it said by the greater number of Anglo-Americans initiated into the
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • We will now consider in rather greater detail why it was that the
    • Goethe, with all his power to unfold great, all-embracing ideas in
    • Among those who of recent years have been talking a great deal about
    • ardent admirer of Frederick the Great and pictured him as a Germanic
    • about Frederick the Great, naturally from the English point of view.
    • and presenting a true picture of Frederick the Great. Hermann Grimm
    • describes Macaulay's picture of Frederick the Great in the very apt
    • words: Macaulay makes of Frederick the Great a distorted figure of an
    • consciousness all that was alive within his soul. Indeed, the great
    • penetrate into men via the heads of the administrators. A great deal
    • beyond his reach in the days of Greece. This is of far greater
    • great it contains no trace of spirit, not an iota of spirituality. All
    • great investigator, but at the cost of losing all spirituality.
    • precisely where science appears in all its greatness. Man immerses his
    • Then came the great migrations of the peoples. Men wandered over the
    • manifests in the universe in great and powerful rhythms which can be
    • But there are great differences in respect of all this — for example,
    • the Asiatics would appear — even now, when a great proportion of them
    • can be done only when men accustom themselves to concepts of greater
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • We shall then see what a great impact on a person's everyday life these
    • into, I would now like to bring something of very great importance.
    • certainty that man's blood has grown weaker. And the great turning-point
    • education, and they attach great importance to getting down to the mental
    • standardized education still plays a great part, that is, the kind of
    • People long for a great deal, but nothing must change where their
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • The warmth within man which is greater than that of his environment is
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • The great question with which we have been concerning ourselves for
    • Think of how greatly our responsibility is increased when we realize:
    • You see, therefore, how great is the distance separating the
    • things is provided by the fact that in an epoch when great power was
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • strong effort of will. And the greater the strength and intensity of
    • as this comes from outside, and kindle into greater activity the
    • But by what means do our actions evolve to greater perfection? To use
    • greater perfection in our actions? We achieve this by developing in
    • Thus you see how in the human being the two great ideals, freedom and
    • Thus does man stand within the great process of world-evolution, and
    • perceive that just as more and more will, a greater and greater
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • various nations were so great, nevertheless, in reality all these achievements
    • I once pointed out that the great Kepler, the successor of Copernicus, had
    • solution to the great secrets of the universe in their own particular
    • before us in a far greater glory than Osiris did in the eyes of the
    • we do not look merely each at the other, but together face the great goal we
    • work together in love on the great tasks, then, and only then, do we
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • ancient instinctive clairvoyance was already greatly dimmed. Men's
    • To-day in our great learning we agree that we do not know what the
    • sensed when he felt mathematics to be like great poetry —
    • great mystery of earthly life was imparted from two different sides.
    • the great wide universe. There we experienced what could be
    • after death. These forces worked with great intensity in the ancient
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • ages. Plutarch is a writer from whom we can learn a great deal
    • And this experience brings man to greater consciousness of self. The
    • In the ancient civilisations — and herein lies the great difference
    • In this matter we labour under great illusion; we dream, and we cling
    • philosophy. They make a great mistake who assert that at one time of
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • raises into greater clarity what lies in the ocean-depths of man's
    • If the life of soul is studied from this point of view, great
    • antipathies are the antecedents of human egotism. The greater a man's
    • This Sun-Mystery was felt to be the greatest spiritual treasure
    • greatest of all treasures was represented in Rome, at all events in an
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • greatest, is an attempt to return to the word that has been lost, to
    • great mystery of the extent to which Man is an actual pictured
    • different way. The unit embraced all numbers and was the greatest.
    • unit is the greatest and the following numbers always appear as being
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • indicated how the child behaves to a great extent as an imitative
    • This is of great significance. On our descent into the earthly world,
    • child, great secrets are inscribed there. Much can be seen there of
    • itself our activities. Therefore it makes a great difference whether a
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • conscious evolution these words have expressed three great ideals:
    • greater and greater intensity the farther we go back in history — is
    • presence of a sadness that must always accompany great enthusiasm for
    • Goodness were held to be the greatest ideals of human striving. Yet
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • led to great humility with regard to earthly consciousness. Earthly man could
    • My great task is to become aware of my humanity. My task on this earth is to
    • greater knowledge of life on earth than was his birthright. He learns to
    • past. We learn to consider man over great periods of time. The whole
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • breakdown processes. If the opposite activity is too great, however
    • Certainly a great deal can
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • It could indeed be said that the greatest progress imaginable in medicine
    • contrast, in the area of actual therapy, there reigns great confusion —
    • metabolic system, we recognize that it naturally works with its greatest
    • naturally speak about these matters in greater detail. I will mention only
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • foundation of the Anthroposophical Society in Great Britain.
    • Lastly the physical body; if we ourselves had to achieve all the great
    • it from the great Universe, the Moon reflects to us like a mirror. And
    • on Earth at that time they were the great leaders and educators.
    • behind when at a certain time of old Atlantis the great teachers of
    • great Universe. Whoever seeks Initiation-wisdom in present time, must
    • Now this is only one of the ‘cities’ in the great Universe —
    • most part quite unconscious — which none the less play the greatest
    • equity, the great ‘restorer of the balance’ for all that happens
    • life is connected with the Earth itself and with the great Universe
    • of the great cosmic writing. For they are but the written signs of the
    • great Universe — of the eternal, all-embracing spiritual life and
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • great numbers of their fellow-men, beings who, however, only show themselves
    • and who are the spiritual Individualities of the great original Leaders of
    • association with the great Cosmic Healers, he transforms for his
    • was so radiant with light, showed itself now to him in the great cosmic
    • And thus was he, who on Earth had unfolded so great a love for art,
    • is of very great significance. A personality who was most deeply devoted to
    • century, and that shall lead mankind past the great crisis in which it is
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • were able to understand him, was of the greatest importance in this
    • death on the cross, something very deep and great is implied in this
    • great truths of the past connected with man's earthly evolution, a
    • great illusion, and it made no great impression on men, for they knew
    • himself. The gods faced the great problem of losing to a certain
    • Golgotha meant this for the gods: a greater wealth of knowledge
    • greater part in the older evolution of mankind, and that Ahriman
    • that the first heralds of Christianity attached great value to the
    • greatest aspect, this error is responsible for the death on the cross
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • exercise an extraordinary influence. We see this great effect in plays
    • Shakespeare's dramas are above all character-dramas. The great
    • create such great ones. He was thoroughly acquainted with the stage,
    • to some extent some of the greatest qualities in his plays: the bold
    • IT” and some of the Kings' plays do not differ so greatly from
    • great character-plays which were to establish his fame for all times
    • great play “OTHELLO”.
    • the effect produced by the characters must have been even greater than
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • influence. We see this great effect in plays that have
    • plays are above all character dramas. The great interest which
    • create such great ones. He was thoroughly acquainted with the
    • extent some of the greatest qualities in his plays: the bold
    • greatly from the plays of his contemporaries, of  Marlowe
    • fashion in those days. The great character-plays, which were to
    • characters must have been much greater than today.
    • greater: through the power of characterization which remains
  • Title: The Manicheans
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    • founded by Manes about the third century after Christ and its great
    • Manicheanism laid such great stress on purity. The Cathari were a sect
    • and Evil will form a far greater contrast than they do today. What
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • Published at the Offices of the Anthroposophical Society in Great
    • Great Britain and Dominions, 15s. yearly, 3s. 9d. quarterly. Single
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • sustaining him with great power. The Archangels bear him more mightily
    • Such intercourse is most certainly possible but it presents greater
    • once to the other person. This is the greatest error when it is a
    • sleep, we shall find they shed great light on the spiritual world. In
    • human being. A great deal of what we undertake in life is really
    • Now there is a great difference according to whether a soul passes
    • Spiritually perceived, there is a great, great difference. When little
    • Just such a matter as this can show us the great significance of
    • oration referring to the life of the one who has died, will have great
    • — not only by remembering things he said which meant a great deal
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • to home were discussed. There was a particularly great interest in
    • will make greater efforts on that side and through his movements
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • reflection of something which becomes great and significant in the
    • are so great. Many things that are in a higher spiritual sense
    • alive in it for a greater concreteness, though this could not yet be
    • endeavour and the longing for greater concreteness fell into the
    • indeed a thought of great significance for human evolution at
    • set the great truth of the entry into humanity of primal goodness,
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • much greater change in ways of thinking than is generally appreciated.
    • Luther, Frederick the Great, Goethe and Bismarck. Grimm says that if a
    • influence, as we have often had to emphasise, and Frederick the Great
    • be achieved through a great political change, of which the French
    • thou great and sublime name ”, Kant says, on the only occasion
    • as the greatest man of his century. Goethe could not understand this.
    • There is something very great in these “Aesthetic Letters,”
    • The great mistake of current Socialism is its belief that a healthy
    • question. One great reason for the rise of materialism is that the
    • raise them into the great seriousness of cosmic existence. Therefore
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • greater darkness; we have no clearer grasp of its real content than we
    • creating around him as it were a great aura. And into the waves that
    • great change in the meantime.
    • great trouble to make our children acquainted with the terms of the
    • that many people today suffer a great deal from conditions of soul
    • cause of their inability to perceive the great significance of the
    • this place, in the way I have just explained, are coming to have great
    • that the Christ Event should be brought into connection with the great
    • with the greatest difficulty that they come to the point of resolving
    • begin to place very great value on them.
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • really come to pass in the life of humanity through the ages. A great
    • upon the Earth with greater strength. But this is a last faint echo,
    • body, a great deal more is happening than modern science dreams of.
    • regarded as a factor of great importance in ancient times. In the
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • and conclusions of great importance to human life.
    • fourteenth year. Hence we can have so great an influence on the moral
  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • within them an extraordinarily great interest in the world outside of
    • feelings are concerned, pain only becomes greater the more we think
    • concerned, this does not really make such a very great difference. By
    • the children must say to themselves: “Great thunder and
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • along many channels. A great deal of occult knowledge exists in the various
    • and how greatly his consciousness will be enhanced by them. Certain men,
    • not necessarily be of great account. If someone gives a coin to a poor man,
    • you. This is connected with great and mighty laws of world-existence. Each
    • nature will be within us as a power. That is the great thought at the basis
    • explode some object at a great distance — say in Hamburg! Just as by
    • terrible form. Great and mighty forces will be let loose by the
    • of it. We are living in the fifth period of the fifth great epoch; we have
    • still to live through two more periods of this great epoch. Then will
    • follow the seven periods of the sixth great epoch and then the seven
    • periods of the seventh great epoch. This makes sixteen stages of evolution
    • life of our planet there are seven great epochs, and each of these seven
    • too that one who reaches a higher Degree can accomplish greater things.
    • the individual will acquire greater and greater power over certain masses
    • of the people. For the course of evolution is leading, not towards greater
    • things will come, just as the great water-catastrophe came to the
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • anxiety, then greater anxiety, and lastly actual terror. The
    • greatest intensity and far-reaching effect take place in the
    • Intuition. It is a condition which is of great significance to
    • concerned with a great deal that belongs to the experiences of
    • willing the condition of the greatest insensibility — as
    • element of great significance for the human being.
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • affairs, a great deal that has been lost, and must be renewed. The art I
    • consciousness they knew a great deal about these realities. But this
    • to which the great German thinker ascribed a conceptual faculty,
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • this lecture is a problem that has engaged the attention of a great
    • Baptism something of great significance happened to Jesus of
    • realising that there is a far greater satisfaction in experiencing
    • great and mighty Mystery — in effect to the Mystery of a
    • ‘man,’ albeit by far the greatest. Thus in the 19th
    • existence of an Aristotle, a Socrates, or an Alexander the Great. Not
    • nations in the course of human evolution. This is the greatest
    • was to show that something of great importance came to pass while the
    • great stage of world history through the founding of Christianity.
    • Initiation ceremonies — but with reference to the great
    • shroud of the Mysteries and enters upon the great stage of world
    • great task of the 20th century is to bring the concepts of
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • Spiritual Science lived in one of the greatest artists of our time. In
    • of the greatest possible clarity — a world where ideas shine into
    • poet as great as Goethe does not use phrases; and if there were no
    • domains. The great riddles of the universe were presented to those who
    • greater perfection in the animal and finally to self-consciousness in
    • time had now come for a re-union of the arts, and with his great gifts
    • for the myths portray Beings far greater than physical man can ever
    • truths can only be expressed with the greatest delicacy. Richard
    • is able to speak with greater clarity of what natural science is only
    • A great cosmological truth is contained in these words, for all things
    • individualised Ego-consciousness was of the greatest significance, and
    • with the greatest delicacy; we should try to get at the whole mood and
    • which lived in all the great masters. It lived, too, in Goethe who
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • ideas. The great spiritual picture to which Plato tried to lift the
    • universe. Great and sublime was the wisdom presented in the schools of
    • Hierarchies, in the great structure of the spiritual universe.
    • totality, one great system — the four hundred and seventy-four
    • absorbed a very great deal from pupils of men like Iamblichus and who
    • heart. Truth and truth alone was his quest. And the great obstacle in
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • the great change which takes place in man's inner life may be
    • fearful catastrophe of the great war, because of the difficulty which
    • great importance to this mystery, but to-day it is necessary to bear
    • past four or five years, can send a great truth trickling into
    • to-day talk a great deal of “God” and of the “Divine”.
    • another; they have spoken a great deal of “guilt” and
    • One nation after the other began to participate in the great
    • A clear view of things is impossible unless we extend this fact, that a great
    • evolution — but we are facing the BEGINNING of the greatest
    • this can only be grasped with greatest difficulty. How do these
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • the great difference between the forms of the animal kingdom and of
    • the great differentiations which exist in regard to the various
    • find such a great difference as may be found, for instance, between a
    • lion and a nightingale. If there would be such a great difference in
    • borne in mind is that the animals show infinitely greater differences
    • when the great ideas of the Central European world-conception had
    • to penetrate into such a great idea, went through a terrible time. We
    • bear within them a great truth. Oken subdivided the human being as
    • without knowing, all these, things” ... Yet a great error
    • that great symbol at the beginning of the Old Testament: Adam and
    • the greatest admiration which we may have for the penetrating
    • life in a dream or in a state of intoxication. Yet great things
    • enjoyed a great reputation in England. But read the letters written
    • greatest possible number of souls that are inclined to unite in their
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • great building of wood, with its hand-carved, weaving forms and
    • Great and mighty
    • Temples of Greece and other great monuments, human thoughts alone
    • arises within the temple itself. Can there be any greater enigma than
    • as great in every respect as that presented by the Egyptian Temple.
    • years with which I have greater sympathy. For if one is at all
    • The greatest work of
    • a great hall by a number of living people and to have on the
    • no degree of intensity is too great for words in which I want to
    • knowledge of what is greatest and most sublime in the world, if we
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    • which had been of great importance in earlier times, now glimmered
    • accordance with the great Laws of Nature. Two vistas lay before the
    • definite. The Egyptians attached greater importance to preservation of
    • wherever in the traditions, [are] men of great strength and are in the
    • element, into the great idea of the organization of States. The
    • found where the greatest number of spiritual impulses had been given,
    • family out of which an Initiate was to issue was selected with great
    • mankind itself. None of the Great Leaders who brought men forward, who
    • other worlds the great impulses they had to give to the earth. The
    • those who were political leaders and leaders of great religious
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    • time once more to this the greatest question of mankind, inasmuch as
    • Christ-Being in the spiritual worlds had been the great Teacher of
    • the greatest fact that ever took place on Earth, answer was given to
    • Then it was that He spoke to them as the great Healer —
    • the Therapeut, the Comforter — to whom the great Mystery was
    • consciousness, feel the greatest satisfaction) he finds himself
    • knowledge, the greatness of which he is truly able to appreciate,
  • Title: Lecture: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • the Roman we can still feel ourselves near; then comes a great gulf.
    • ] is Aristotle, the great and
    • time the universal spirit. He is great in a certain aspect but he is
    • approaches the abstract. And behind this lies a fact of great
    • Logos, the Word. And it is all bound up with the great cosmic event
    • through death. When those great sentences were uttered: “In the
    • A short while ago, we heard a great deal about a resolve some people
    • quite well have gone on to a recognition of the great miracle that
    • sublime greatness were there revealed!
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    • IN a time of great and
    • Golgotha — there grew up the conception of the great mystery
    • with the spiritual world — which was moreover of far greater
    • the first three and greater part of the fourth centuries of our era.
    • picture to yourselves this great wall which grew up in Europe in
    • the origin and subsequent development of medieval thought. Great
    • apparent when we look over to the East, behind the great wall, where
    • everywhere maintained. Eastwards of the great wall of which I have
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • only be hinted at. A very great deal will yet be necessary towards an
    • with the great universe, the macrocosm. Therefore, what is
    • universe than a great mechanism. Truly it is a strange mechanism
    • and here. You will find a great deal about the conditions of
    • for time plays a greater part in it than space. Nevertheless, it is
    • to do with you, and now you must begin making great efforts to get
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    • and the Israelites. Moreover, one can say that a great part of the
    • something very deep and of great meaning. It shows that in those
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    • differently in the female sex, and which apparently makes greater
    • think, so does it depend on greater, more extended star
    • the sex problem, and that greatest decadence which is expressed in
    • someone has learnt a great deal, has become wise — let us say,
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    • themselves a greater antiquity than that of the Gods then in power.
    • to look up to the great mysteries in his surroundings, then he must
    • times. But far the greater number of people saw nothing at all. Far
    • the greater number of people saw neither what was built nor what this
    • represented. Far the greater number of people stood — to use
    • speaks of man? Of what does even a great part of modern fiction
    • centre. For the idea of heredity plays far the greatest role in the
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    • a certain example — naturally at a great distance — an
    • greatest age, one that brings most of all to humanity, one that
    • very great, greater from a certain aspect than they were in former
    • the earth. But think of the great revolution that now comes with the
    • from the celestial constellations as the great swing-over that had
    • forehead. Man can become great with this earth-culture in this fifth
    • this epoch great must be brought about from the forces of the
    • But in this fifth post-Atlantean age he has the greatest possibility
    • greatest spiritual possibilities. In no age was it granted to men to
    • sleeping Isis! The greatest part of mankind is sleeping
    • understand the great impulses which solely and alone can lead
    • nature-researchers and other learned men proclaim him today a great
    • lunatic asylum! The great credit due to Julius Robert Mayer has gone
    • people live today is indeed great, while the will to look at the
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    • as first interesting us after the great Atlantean catastrophe,
    • that followed the great Atlantean catastrophe mankind can be said to
    • immediately upon the great flooding of the earth — called in
    • first epoch after the great Atlantean catastrophe man remained
    • great difference in the first 2,160 years after the great Atlantean
    • in which man no more remained capable of development to such a great
    • age, into the fifties. In the second epoch after the great Atlantean
    • affairs. Today we see the claim made by great circles of mankind to
    • Friedrich Schlegel saw a great onesidedness in the French Revolution.
    • Friedrich Schlegel sees a great onesidedness in the French
    • Christianized. And he sees the great evil to be that science has
    • warmth, and his great personal impulse was to serve his age, to
    • in Vienna that he had a hope, a great hope, that out of the disorder
    • truly delivered with great power, he put the Bible text: ‘I
    • Europe? One can admit that he had a feeling for the greatness, the
    • things and carry out things that are great and brilliant, but it
    • illusions. And this is connected with the great problem that is now
    • itself upon mankind, it will bring the greatest unhappiness upon
    • there must again and again be emphasized how it is the great demand
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    • once in ancient Greece the great and significant inscription
    • science has made very great advances in our time and has a rich
    • It will the sooner become spirituality the greater the number of
    • and so it goes from generation to generation. Out in the great cosmic
    • as in a great world machine. But for the modern clever men what has
    • smallest, since he cannot raise himself to the great. But it
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    • meditating over all these things one can gain great help by thinking
    • divining-rod, which has played such a great role in this war. You
    • there are a great many cockchafers in a year then in three to five
    • a year in which there are great numbers of cockchafers. Now I had
    • great mutual agreement. What we see in Brest-Litowsk, this game of a
    • time since the great Atlantean deluge, the Flood. Geology calls it
    • is today — as we have often said — there was land. A great
    • instead they sent down their greatest Messenger precisely at that
    • often quoted it — ‘Mathematics is in truth a great poem’.
    • worlds of the stars and their courses, is a great poem, one must be
    • plainly now in external life, it is shown too in the great
    • if one really studies history, there is a great difference between
    • do they do it? A great part of those who are heavily involved in the
    • so plausible for great masses since it is logical head-experience,
  • Title: Lecture: The Souls Progress through Repeated Earth Lives
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    • whole great universe. In reality we participate in the making of the
    • body, it develops an even greater longing for a certain spot on
    • essentially the product of the macrocosm acting upon the great
    • look back upon our grandfather, great-grandfather,
    • great-great-grandfather. Well, we were then not yet born; our soul
    • They worshipped the “Great Spirit” who pervaded all
    • Great Spirit. Through all that was bound up with this belief in the
    • all, but a great part of them) have souls that once dwelt in the
    • feeling, once experienced for the Great Spirit, reacted with that
    • through imitation. What we thus take up is to a great extent
    • are incarnated today in the greater part of the American population.
    • great the longing may be in the unconscious depths of human life for
    • built up from two directions, from the great universe and from the
  • Title: Lecture: The Forming of Destiny in Sleeping and Waking
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    • April, 1923) I want to speak in greater detail of how the
    • in greater or lesser degree of development — when they come
    • great and far-reaching task lies before him in the karmic adjustment
    • there is a great deal more in the process of learning to walk than
    • experienced with great intensity; but he is also able to induce in
    • this great process of transformation, Seraphim, Cherubim and Thrones
    • death, both in sleeping and waking life — a great sea of
    • greater and greater measure, in making the gifts of Anthroposophy the
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    • have spoken in this way — to bring an offering to the great God
    • find that they reveal just this attitude of mind. Then a great
    • past age when it was an experience of infinitely greater intensity,
  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • Printed in Great Britain by
    • issued. I attach great importance to the fact that here too, as in
    • which have helped to make modern science great. Modern science has
    • achieved greatness through scrupulous observation of the material
    • great problem concerning the eternal nature of the soul — it is
    • thinking in man is developed to a greater strength and intensity than
    • It is not necessary to devote a great deal of time each day to these
    • everything teems, is saturated, has great intensity; our whole being
    • year to year, we have acquired greater and greater capacities.
    • who lives a great deal in the world of thought knows only too well
    • them. This demands very great efforts in the systematic meditation
    • great arena of cosmic experiences, cosmic happenings, just as
    • — this is an even more difficult task, demanding greater
    • devotion, greater care, greater exactitude and methodical
    • in far greater intensity — given over to the world, it is true,
    • But with his true ‘I’ before him in greater strength and
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    • human beings who were no longer able to rise to great heights of
    • really learn a great deal in this connection, if they would train
    • which are worthy of the greatest respect and appreciation.
    • materialism has, after all, achieved great things through its methods
    • of investigation, it has achieved great and mighty things.
    • When Darwinism brought forward its great standpoint, Darwinism, which
  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • nineteenth and early twentieth century have become great. It was
    • with a certain emphasis, realising that Haeckel was a great
    • great historical significance in the nineteenth century, particularly
    • grasped by a small minority; the great majority lives in traditional
    • the East and asserting itself over a great part of the earth. This is
    • reason, there is such a great difference between the things to which
    • see in this a symptom showing the presence of a great amount of
    • great deal of love, are generally unloving, whereas those who have a
    • great amount of love do not speak much of love, so the people who
    • nineteenth-century, that is to say, within the great majority of men,
    • think out a great part of our soul-life and, above all, of our
  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Body as a Reflexion of the Universe
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    • can see that our Dornach Building is enveloped by the greatly
    • of life in great cities, of metropolitan habits). Darkness envelops
    • that come towards it from the great universe. It is a magnificent
    • the portal of death, it still contains a great, great deal of unused
    • greater powers. They can be used and they can help us more easily
    • that in the near future such a great number of etheric bodies with
    • would not yield such a great number of etheric bodies, had the war
    • science is something tremendously great and sacred. The new
    • remind you of one of the greatest works of art that have so far been
    • science, something that is able to overcome even the greatest
    • we touch upon a great mystery, connected with the evolution of
    • the greatest things in the evolution of the earth may rise up before
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    • pictures of great majesty. He too tries to fit man into his place
    • merely logical form of knowledge which, though of great significance,
    • meaning but who still felt that some great value was contained in
    • knowledge again expressed a great deal more than is suggested
    • notion remains to-day. Consequently no great importance is attached
    • possessed of a wisdom incomparably greater than any contemporary
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • through a great deal during the fourth post-Atlantean epoch. Roman
    • great deal. At the beginning of the fifth epoch, the consciousness
    • temptations and leads man into great soul-dangers and even into
    • are now facing a great turning point in the whole civilisation of
    • more recent times. The time of probation has indeed come! Great tasks
    • we have just passed through the age of the great egoism.
    • and pre-Platonic times, still knew a great deal of the processes of
    • greatest event of the earth's evolution: the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • that time it was to a great extent decadent, but at any rate it still
    • ancient knowledge to enable a great number of men of that time to
    • as a great scientist; the very man who reached the point of saying
    • speech. Languages contain a great store of ancient crystallized
    • be so much better if, before going to sleep in the evening, a greater
    • we should have the great modesty of recognising that the experiences
    • Hierarchies. Man's great temptation in modern times is the modern
    • natural science with its great triumphs and its admission of purely
    • revealing the truths of Karma. I have often listened with great pain
    • its spiritual science must become a concern of the great masses of
    • clearly realise that mankind would face a great misfortune, if it
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    • Spiritual Science, must be overcome. Interest in the great affairs of
    • These great concerns of the life of humanity are clearly to be
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    • a great number of people who have the above-mentioned urge towards a
    • flow with great difficulty for the Anthroposophical Movement, nor,
    • case stands, for there is at the present time far too great a
  • Title: Lecture: The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead
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    • great events of the present are taking place, to those who must stand
    • few things on death, on this great event, and on the facts of human
    • Immanuel Hermann Fichte, son of the great thinker Johann Gottlieb
    • existence, from the Moon existence, and even from a great portion of
    • greatest, most beautiful and significant event. Moreover, this
    • constitutes a great deal of what we generally designate as our life
    • from a loftier standpoint, we human beings are extremely great
    • death. In regard to the wisdom of the great world, we are fearfully
    • structure of our organism, of this great work of art, arises within
    • greatness of the divine spiritual world.
    • we do not gain an impression of the loftiness and greatness of the
    • transformed sphere, is a real microcosm, a true image of the great
    • boast of the great extent of their knowledge. But we know that in the
    • without any pride, we should realise modestly and humbly the great
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    • expresses in a deep way that the greatness of the Finnish nation is
    • country, and this expresses that the originally great and significant
    • great road went from the Black Sea to the Finnish Bay and along this
    • belonging to the once great Finnish nation (the present one is only a
    • remnant of the formerly great and widely spread nation) had souls
    • place? How was it possible that a great nation could develop at a
    • take together the following things and say: There is still a great
    • in the air, and this ocean world is a great powerful being that is
    • leans over in the three great Bays, that were still experienced by
    • great Finnish nation, should still exist after having accomplished
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    • held, to discuss at greater length the subject originally intended
    • will certainly discover that by far the greater number of those who
    • without any great inner stirrings into the will tendencies of the
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    • this sentence on the blackboard, for it is of great importance]:
    • not come near the upper Gods, that they may behold me. May great darkness
    • something, however, that we must possess — this humility, this great
    • connection with great mysteries of existence, such as that of the human
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    • it also throws light on the great span of human existence that
    • science can be of great help to us just where daily life is
    • presented great difficulties, because things go in through one ear
    • and who in his youth took in a great deal and worked well, and has
    • process of recovery meets with greater difficulties in the one than
    • It is the forgotten ideas! That is the great blessing of forgetting!
    • on man's etheric body. So our forgotten memories have great
    • the greater part of the etheric body withdraws and dissolves in the
    • circumstances, it will give man the greatest ethical-moral impulses,
    • regard to the moral realm can bring about the greatest progress in
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    • with great intensity and will do so to an even greater extent in the
    • medicine assumes greater and greater dimensions and insinuates itself
    • are still quoted today, they do in fact say a very great deal. Present-day
    • nothing to do with heredity, but a great deal to do with nationality
    • example a great mistake is being made in the field of medicine, for
    • certainly lose their greatest value, therefore they are seldom used
    • will be considered in greater detail in one of the coming lectures,
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    • before the arising of the sexes. A great uniformity was there then.
    • present day seasons was very great, and it was of great importance to
    • traveled just a short distance over the earth, that had a great
    • olden times. Everything had the greatest influence on people, and so
    • the vocal cords and the other speech organs. It makes a great
    • doing, and as this is really happening all the time, it has a great
    • Mazdao, the Great Aura’. The spiritual part, all the spiritual
    • between the great divine-spiritual harmony with its health and the
    • is more divine, for man does not have so great an influence on that,
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    • the day ego described a circle, passing through the greater part of
    • this circle outside the realm of the great ego and descending into
    • the great ego at night. For sixteen hours on average it is outside
    • have to speak in great detail if you are to understand it all. You
    • results when man is permeated with the great truths of spiritual
    • days. At one time everything outside him made a great impression on
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    • seven days. Let us go into this in greater detail.
    • starting-point. You know of course that a great difference exists and
    • in greater detail today. With such things as these, which appear
    • have to look once again to the great cosmic relationships to find the
    • regulating of the great cosmic relationships. Man as microcosm is a
    • true image of the great world relationships, for he is created out of
    • the great cosmic cycle, when the hour and minute hands coincide at
    • greater the disorder that came into them. I would like to clarify
    • like an angel not to think in harmony with the great spiritual
    • no longer knows how to take guidance from the great script of the
    • into day. It is of far greater significance that in his inner life of
    • thought man has torn himself away from the great universal rhythm.
    • contradiction to the life of the great universe.
    • ‘clock’, his astral body. And the great regulator is
    • spiritual science, because it is in harmony with the great laws of
    • the same great numerical relationships as the cosmos had in the past,
    • understand why just in an age when men have reached the greatest
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    • karma, on that great law of causes which show the spiritual
    • past life standing before him as a great tableau. Then, after a
    • could say a great deal about it, of course. Today, however, we shall
    • that we form connections with a great number of people in one life,
    • vary a great deal in this respect. Some souls have acquired great
    • which we shall only understand if we look at it in greater detail.
    • appear in the etheric body in the great memory tableau. Then we have
    • of initiation into the great mysteries of existence in one of his
    • to it in greater detail later — let us look back into that
    • we find this important law expressed in a Greek myth, too; this great
    • realisation. Spiritual science will become the great impulse for the
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    • man's being. We have looked at the great riddle of man from as many
    • and altogether that which is greatest, is not to be sought in unknown
    • greatest wisdom, if we can only understand this. Therefore let us
    • greatest and most powerful share of divinity, he towers above his
    • Then we shall have understood a great deal of things that meet us in
    • anyone who can read the great script of nature that a divine spark is
    • being within ones own ego is too great. But bitter feelings also
    • Great
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    • one with the sun; and how greatly he had to change as first of all
    • get to the North Pole the greater are the differences between winter
    • Lemurian times, in the great increase of forces raying in from
    • living upon it is here at its greatest. On the other hand the
    • though they had great clairvoyant faculties, and who looked out to
    • the greatest imaginable degree. A great number of people looked up to
    • greatest chance of survival living in the countries between the
    • of great spiritual significance, were physically small in those days,
    • Atlantean population: Where the people are small we find great
    • was a great contrast between men who were good as to their qualities
    • and who were normal, for they had not developed egoism to too great
    • future, and they were also the ones that the great sun initiate,
    • Thus it was here that they best understood a God who had the greatest
    • peoples who had developed the ego in too great or too little a
    • development. That is why the great masters of wisdom and of harmony
    • are not pupils of the great masters by only wanting to let the God
    • is something so great and significant because it is carrying further
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    • aspects on the subject of the great evolutionary processes of the
    • like to draw your attention to a fact that can tell you a great deal
    • disappears further and further and the physical grows great, whilst
    • spiritual become greater and greater.
    • alternating in man to an even greater extent. In the human being
    • way into man. And they appear to a greater and greater extent the
    • And the more he has enriched his soul the greater his capacity to add
    • from previous causes will become greater and greater, and his inner
    • what man sees before him as a great and wonderful ideal in the far
    • the greatest, most profound foundation. If man becomes such that he
    • And the Christ Event has given man the greatest thing possible, the
    • greatest of all free deeds, and one which can serve him as an
    • example. What is this greatest deed of freedom? It is that the
    • we are able to do this we shall acquire great ideals which, although
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    • great deal has been said previously about the Luciferic and Ahrimanic
    • be taken as a standard example of the way in which the great truths
    • In the course of years we have spoken a great deal of
    • essential to become accustomed to a great deal that is the exact
    • have devoted a great deal of study to the works of Homer and
    • is contained in the great masterpieces and revelations of mankind
    • upon a new recognition by men of those great ancestors whose souls
    • and development of the world are furthered. A very great deal that is
    • deeper understanding of them; as a result. a great deal of what
    • blessed man such as Homer. And a great deal will be similarly
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    • of lectures has been given. It must be taken for granted that a great
    • morning he will find that a great deal of what his memory has
    • found that they differ greatly in the Mercury sphere. A clear
    • universal”. It is also true that a great transformation will
    • Mystery of Golgotha is a great ideal, the ideal of supremely
    • can learn a very great deal from what may lie openly before us.
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    • in later karma. Those living on Earth are able to have a great
    • greater influence on the dead than the dead has on himself or others
    • Anthroposophy acquires greater influence in the evolution of
    • reality only. But an example will show that a very great deal is
    • possibilities is infinitely greater than that of actual happenings.
    • to waking life, if you were to observe with greater exactitude
    • the great Universe.
    • Christ is the great Sun-Being who through the Mystery of Golgotha has
    • day the girl found a pearl, thereby becoming the possessor of great
    • story is graphically told and it has been narrated in greater detail
    • great energy and freedom from bias — qualities that are not
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    • you can gather how greatly perception between death and rebirth
    • man's being with greater clarity than is possible in the printed
    • very great. Our present age, however, has a definite advantage over
    • they observed. For example, the passage of the Great Bear or of the
    • as the Great Bear across the heavens; together with the spectacle
    • the passage of the Great Bear across the heavens at night they saw
    • bodies what they experienced about the constellation of the Great
    • actual experience and the men of those times knew a great deal about
    • Spheres’, of spiritual Beings. And a great many of his
    • describes today. A great deal in this connection was presented
    • the Great Bear and enable them to experience as realities the
    • great. Conditions today have reached the stage when between death and
    • study the life between death and the new birth in even greater
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    • Sermon at Benares, the first great accomplishment of the Buddha who
    • were Teachers of great significance. What actually took place there
    • picture with the greatest possible clarity how the Earth evolves,
    • great transformation which could have been achieved only by
    • made this possible. We will speak on another occasion in greater
    • We are now at the threshold of a great mystery, a
    • that the Being who was the greatest Prince of Peace and Love, who was
    • was as a great servant of Christ Jesus, to receive and carry forward
    • so great that, as far as lay within his power, he incorporated into
    • is to give to men the greatest of all impulses with which the human
    • point in the process of that evolution. The great Teacher of the
    • physical incarnation. But in accordance with the great Plan designed
    • the work of that great Teacher was to continue in the life that lies
    • great Universe, we may well take with us from this centre of
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    • we try to carry this question to greater depths than has hitherto
    • greater part of the time between death and rebirth — it is the
    • with an intelligence much greater than that of a parrot will never
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    • to a far greater extent than was the case after the Mystery of
    • understand with greater exactitude than has hitherto been possible
    • very great influence upon man's life of soul between birth and death
    • have been nonsense to speak of public opinion as we do today. A great
    • single personalities who admittedly exerted a great deal of authority
    • you will find a great deal on the subject of spiritual
    • the spiritual life had reached the stage of its greatest darkness.
    • descend from Adam, so will the content of their souls in greater and
    • greater measure ‘descend’ from the Christ who is the
    • Beings of the nearest higher Hierarchies to a far greater extent than
    • in a state of greater and greater independence. The leading spiritual
    • of whom we have already spoken and who now have great power, also
    • of Golgotha. But the Mystery of Golgotha will become of greater and
    • greater importance for the Earth's evolution. We must clearly
    • opinion, but inwardly they will have developed greater strength. This
    • truly great individuals such as Goethe do no such thing. They
    • bring into life more and more qualities which will have greater
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    • The greatest mysteries of existence are within man
    • Now the greatest mysteries of existence are not to be
    • the great intensity at what may now be called the human body; we
    • The mysteries of existence are truly great, even when contemplated
    • from the standpoint of our physical senses only, but far greater
    • human beings enter into physical existence. For the greater part of
    • epoch, when men's gaze was diverted to an ever greater extent from
    • This is the great question: are human souls in the
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    • to the dead’. We can render them great benefit even if
    • way. It became obvious that he would greatly benefit if a particular
    • The fact that can convince us of the great and
    • is when something that might be a great service of love is not
    • Leonardo da Vinci's saying is true: “Great love is the daughter
    • of great understanding.” He who is not prepared to understand will
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    • lecture-course the descriptions are of great cosmic conditions and
    • from the great macrocosmic spheres, there arises the human being who
    • dealt with the great cosmic relationships connected with the
    • of the great macrocosmic conditions through which the soul passes.
    • Earth, for the soul begins to realise the great cosmic significance
    • view of the soul, and in the other from that of the great cosmic
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    • us, at this great distance in time? That might be a troublesome
    • period will have great difficulty in understanding it. Our souls are
    • cosmic evolution. They find it a great relief, these souls of today,
    • so we often find souls who are greatly comforted when they can apply
    • lying like a weight on the soul, becomes even greater if we reflect
    • period at the beginning of our era was a great riddle. I want you to
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    • endeavour encountered the very greatest difficulties. We must pause
    • the greatest historical mystery in the Earth's evolution; but
    • can enter into the souls of the great teachers of the ancient Indian
    • We know that the souls of those great teachers were open to cosmic
    • soul of one of these great teachers of ancient India, one must say
    • great intelligence is chaotically mixed up with arrant humbug. And
    • the great paintings in the Sistine Chapel, where Michelangelo
    • the Prophets, we find, have to a greater or lesser degree something
    • he is a man on Earth. That is the greatness of this portrayal of the
    • the great Universe, and out of this working of the Cosmos on their
    • themselves truly to the great phenomena of the Cosmos, but they would
    • Paul is great throughout the world where the olive tree is
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    • great danger to which humanity was exposed on Earth.
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    • and resounds through it, because in the great world-orchestra the
    • Jahve took great care to place man on the Earth so that in his true
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    • a great deal that we may think strange, if we look at it
    • if we observe that on October 28, 312, when Constantine the Great,
    • committed the greatest folly — looked at externally —
    • Rome's greatest enemy.” A truly oracular utterance!
    • him in great suffering and with dream-like visions of a quite
    • great Mysteries that had been shown to him. We then hear that he went
    • in the heavens, with the dark moon like a great disc dimly visible
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    • events of the greatest importance for the destiny of Europe in the
    • and with God's help she will accomplish still greater things.
    • respected and powerful Duke and greatly honoured master! I commend
    • this approach brought with it a great deal of superstition,
    • character; a great part of astrology has to do with this. Probably
    • earth is ensouled, and thus the great harmony is brought about, not
    • Kepler's writings. The greatest astronomical laws, the three
    • great harmony is brought about, not only on earth but between the
    • than is a great deal of talking about the unity of religions, which
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    • greater and greater through continuous division, the forces of the
    • curious ideas about the great philosophical figures of Thales,
    • Think of the great difference
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    • to say a great deal about the material composition of the heavenly
    • to begin with as a gathering of spiritual Beings living in great
    • great Teachers of earthly humanity; but all consciousness of the
    • It was out of a certain intuition that such great veneration was paid
    • particularly during its last period — when there was a great
    • for these things, but Mars may be called the great “Talker”
    • dream. Mars has a great longing to be always talking, and whenever
    • here or there in the universe and then they talk about it with great
    • She has a very great deal to do with poets, although they are not
    • relationship of Venus to Mars is therefore a factor of great
    • any greater coercion, man is free, in a certain respect, in the realm
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    • of these great general aspects, of these general truths, but also of
    • greater value for the individual and concrete life of a human being.
    • a physical body. A far greater sphere of connections arises if we
    • greater sphere of forces develops than those which arise between these
    • beginning we feel that there must be a great difference between a man
    • form of violent death, and a man who attains a great age before he
    • attained a great age.
    • other side, this lofty, great and uninterrupted sight, also brings
    • greater amount of inner experience, greater results of inner
    • easily show you that the perception of death itself has a great
    • Indeed, spiritual science is a great life-treasure, also in the
    • ... indeed, many a teacher of Greek thinks that he is far greater
    • inoculated with the great, encompassing impulses which can only arise
    • I have now expressed truths which have a great weight in the
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    • plant-world and with the animal. But the greater part, by far, of
    • greater or lesser degree, we develop sympathies and antipathies with
    • or that human being. To a far greater extent, a kind of universal
    • great suffering and pain. All in all, the living-together of the dead
    • this principle. And if whole classes of society attached great value
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    • In this direction great and impressive results have been accomplished
    • western civilization the greatest intellectual achievements have been
    • But, my dear friends, it would be a great mistake to compare the
    • transported into the great universal laws; one participated in world
    • of the kind of things I have explained. These are matters of great
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    • few things on death, on this great event, and on the facts of human
    • great thinker Johann Gottlieb Fichte, to Troxler and others. Indeed,
    • great portion of the Earth existence, are super-sensible forces. These
    • physical. It then appears as the greatest, most beautiful and
    • life between death and a new birth and constitutes a great deal of
    • beings are extremely great dunces (excuse this expression!),
    • the great world, we are fearfully stupid if we believe that here on
    • great work of art, arises within us in the form of an image. But
    • soul-impression of the loftiness and greatness of the
    • loftiness and greatness of the divine-spiritual that pulses and
    • microcosm, a true image of the great world-sphere. Within it lives,
    • completely materialistic people of modern times boast of the great
    • the great difference between a soul that is gradually finding its
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    • been referred to, about the greater, real world, which embraces both
    • these great events. In other words, within our circle, we are
    • ourselves touched by the great spiritual world, because souls who
    • Now, it is a great prejudice of the modern materialistic
    • great, an essential, importance for the one who has passed through
    • very great one. It is something mighty, something unfathomably
    • planet which he is leaving. It is a very great experience, an
    • physical body. For the dead it is of the greatest significance that
    • event, viewed from the other side, is the greatest, most wonderful
    • places before us, in its entirety, the greatness of the idea that in
    • great. When a deceased person (and exactly the same thing applies to
    • fool. There is no greater inward intolerance than that of a
    • In order to attain this, a very great deal of what is
    • of Eternity”, starts out with the present Great War. What is
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    • It affords me great satisfaction to be able to speak
    • knowledge and grasp of the great laws of humanity, he cannot be
    • is one who is able to identify himself with the great mission of
    • view regarding something which we otherwise rightly consider great,
    • greatness of that from which the ‘homeless man’ must in a
    • great rôle; in a not far-distant future this sentence will be
    • member of his being which offers the greatest resistance, the
    • the great Atlantean Catastrophe — which so completely altered
    • the periods influenced by the great peoples from whom the
    • together, something which is understood everywhere to a greater or
    • down the great outlines for the several epochs. The extension of the
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    • all cases where that which determined the great changes of the people
    • that they are able to employ much greater forces than can the
    • a people. The Beings who give language have great strength, they are
    • but for reasons pertaining to the great Wisdom which rules the world.
    • bring about, because they with their great forces and powers remained
    • definitions there are, and how greatly they differ from each other.
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    • make a greater impression upon him. Others he finds to be lethargic,
    • These great outlines are fashioned by the Archangel; but
    • work, here they must take care that these great aims are realized.
    • corresponds to the great ordinances of the Archangels. You will form
    • certain respects its good side, because in this way a great variety,
    • saying ‘The world is maya’ is of the very greatest
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    • under the great influence of these abnormal Beings. During the whole
    • which have a great deal to do with the decline and death of man, with
    • creations of man are still to a great extent dependent upon the
    • There is a great deal more that may not yet be told, that would help
    • more and more, the further the countries lie to the West. These great
    • character of humanity. There lies the great responsibility which one
    • takes, if one wishes to intervene in the great movement of mankind.
    • Where the great movement of humanity is concerned, no personal
    • great laws of humanity. We must recognize this from the great laws
    • great mystery is expressed when it is said who Plato was with respect
    • the earth planet, those Spirits whose greatest interest is to make
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    • are now scattered here and there among the greater peoples, have
    • their significance in the great harmony of human evolution. That,
    • was the great mission of Saturn to give will, to implant the forces
    • within. So that man is indeed called to something great upon the
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    • Spirits of Motion — who possess greater power than the Spirits
    • similar way. In accordance with this, the great map is then drawn,
    • families, etc. That is the great map, which is an image of the
    • abnormal Spirits of Form worked with great power and caused man to be
    • Thus were the great foundations of the races created,
    • to the Semitic race. That is a great polarity in humanity, and we
    • people attained its greatness. Everything the Greeks saw in the way
    • incarnation, and that great leader of humanity whom we describe by
    • of One still greater, set itself the task of investigating into the
    • how in him there dwells what formerly was great and mighty for man,
    • great in the Atlantean culture. What was the greatest thing of all to
    • the ancient greatness and majesty of a period which existed in the
    • seven Spirits of Form was called by the Atlanteans the Great Spirit
    • not participate. He clung firmly to the Great Spirit of the primeval
    • had also received the Great Spirit, passed before his eyes when a
    • his soul he still had the Great Spirit. His speech has been preserved
    • of that which makes the white man great. The brown man is made great
    • by something else; he is made great by the Great Spirit, Who speaks
    • Great Spirit speaks truth! Your Spirits, whom you have here on paper,
    • and who express what to you is great, they do not speak truth.’
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    • going on in the great world. This ascent is connected with the fact
    • great Teachers of India, the Holy Rishis, who because they were aided
    • the guide or intuitor of the great Zarathustra or Zoroaster, the
    • greatest possible variety. We might say, that in the post-Atlantean
    • If man were however to look out into the great cosmos,
    • can still see at the present day Monotheism ruling in its greatest
    • synthetic thought is the greatest imaginable in the Kabbalistic
    • years. That is the great polarity between Pluralism and Monism, and
    • as Spirit of the Age. Hence, however, something of the greatest
    • over a great part of Western Europe, as far as the present Hungary,
    • There was a great deal to be done, but above all it was
    • to-day. He belongs just as much to the great directing Spirits of the
    • Age, as those who were the great directing Spirits of the Age during
    • Folk-souls, have greater or less inclination towards this
    • greatest impulses streamed forth in all directions, the spot which
    • Europe. Hence, because the great centre of inspiration was there,
    • past, was that great centre of inspiration, which later on
    • Scandinavian mythology. Hence the great significance of the
    • of the Scandinavian Folk-soul. Hence also the great significance
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    • great enthusiasm for comparative religion and comparative mythology,
    • another as regards their essential nature, he might make a great
    • regards everything else in human evolution they had made very great
    • abnormal Archangels, as one of the great Renouncers of antiquity, who
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    • great world of Nature surrounding man; so that the Ahrimanic
    • country are the great Powers, the Luminous Ones. He is organized for
    • materialistic will be greatly surprised that Spiritual Science should
    • It would require a great deal too much time to prove
    • of the influence of Ahriman, i.e., greater error than does the
    • sun. To the occultist there is something which is still greater
    • clairvoyance. Thus one of the greatest historical events, the gradual
    • Hence there came to him a thought of very great and far-reaching
    • again.’ In other words, the great idea which originates in the
    • to the very smallest details, in the great vision of ‘The
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    • subdivisions of peoples have their special task in this great
    • community, as if he were a part in the great body of his people. Thus
    • great question in the mission of the Roman people. The other peoples,
    • present-day France and in present-day Great Britain, were necessary
    • was the great mission of those peoples which gradually developed in
    • The great world-historical effects, however, which we
    • may consider as represented by Great Britain, are to be traced back
    • proceeded from Great Britain is also connected that which proceeded
    • had been driven outwards, you will find that the great historical
    • abstract scientist are mere thoughts, to him were the great, mighty
    • our earlier lectures we called ‘The Great Spirit,’ you
    • comprehensible that the two great opposites of the post-Atlantean
    • and think of the Great Wall of China, which was intended to enclose
    • reproduced by enclosing within their Great Wall the culture which
    • one great, all-embracing idea, which is at the same time an
    • towards the pure Spirit by receiving with great devotion Western
    • to unite something still greater with his being. Hence also the
    • disputes, and which in reality rest upon great misunderstandings, is
    • There is perhaps no greater contrast than that eminently
    • Christian conception of the State which hovers as a great ideal
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    • In beginning this our last lecture I may truly say that there is a great
    • wonderfully the great occult truths are expressed in its pictures
    • Folk-spirits have played a great rôle. The vision of that descent has
    • been preserved in the greatest purity in the Sagas which in former
    • schools of the Initiates. Thus a very great deal remained in the
    • Christ. He made a great stir. Pilgrimages were made to him not only
    • certainly not so great, for man was not then so entirely in
    • truth; but in the twentieth century it would be a great misfortune
    • danger so great as the tendency to remain satisfied with the old
    • evolution of modern times. One part only of a greater whole has been
    • may describe as the greatest Being in the evolution of humanity, by
    • difference between the East and the West; we accept with great love
    • that which we recognize as the overwhelming greatness of the primal
    • own General Meeting in Berlin, when we had the great pleasure of
    • great peoples as well as the smaller subdivisions of peoples all have
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    • This is a time when a great deal of attention, ranging
    • today to certain great cosmic events with which we are already familiar from
    • and will have realised that one of the great events in earthly
    • matters of the greatest significance come into consideration here. Man's being
    • Thus the second great process or event was that man became more spiritual. But
    • must begin to be alive to the great happenings that are connected with his
    • be a great event in earthly evolution — the re-entry of the moon into the
    • reality are nothing but a great world-question. His intellect cannot begin to
    • the Jupiter-men and the others descended again to earth. Now an event of great
    • the earthly evolution of humanity to be veiled in mystery. However great the
    • only a passing episode in the great sweep of cosmic evolution and will be
    • the great epoch towards which his successive earthly lives are leading him.
    • all, the events are not really of such great significance. Nevertheless, the
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    • great, momentous achievements of the physical sciences, and on the
    • to declare something still greater and grander about the Christ than he
    • discovery in the physical or spiritual domain the greatness which
    • future, the great truths of Christianity will outshine them all. This
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    • spiritualize, whatever knowledge he acquires about the great world.
    • Sun which revealed a very great deal to the Imaginative cognition of
    • that are really to blame for the great calamity into which human
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    • study the great epochs of art and the great artists. We shall never
    • study with Ghirlandaio, but great artist as the latter was the boy
    • inner quality of soul, a mood of greater inwardness. This is true,
    • soul. The deepest secrets and the greatest inwardness are expressed
    • task. His greatness consists largely in a period which was to depend
    • great master of his times. When a man holds such a place in his
    • greatness of Michelangelo. So Michelangelo had the bitter experience
    • greatest works of art the world has seen, the noblest pattern that
    • to what is his greatest achievement, that remarkable work of artistic
    • was made with the greatest care and under his supervision from a clay
    • wholly in the great current of his times yet his own inmost quality
    • Pope feared him; and yet in his soul there lived all the greatness of
    • at one with the great Christian impulses he yet lived at the dawn of
    • my soul that turns to His great Love on high
    • was a great poet also, and the poems of his which survive show the
    • out for many years afterwards all those other great works of his in
    • my soul that turns to His great Love on high
    • just the greatest spirits that teach us most vividly how the meaning
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    • discover its real nature, they come out with a great deal of
    • life of the human spirit-and-soul in such a way that a great deal is
    • effects it is experienced by everybody. There would be no greater
    • There is a very great deal in subtle distinctions such
    • future, too, great strides will be taken in the same direction. We
    • needs a great deal that must act as an impulse of renewal over
    • things that must here be brought to life — great though the
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    • of investigation which may seem highly improbable to a great many
    • this brings us to the question: Where were the souls of the greater
    • religion. Their hearts were turned in aspiration to a great Spiritual
    • people had a living and vivid experience of one great Spirit
    • pantheistic impulse, connected with the worship of one great
    • generations, say to the age of Charles the Great and even earlier,
    • many enigmas today — unless we realize that a great many souls
    • great many men were able to form very clear and definite conceptions
    • were men who indulged in a great deal of speculation, but their
    • concern me — the birth of Alexander the Great, for instance —
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    • hand, however, there is hardly any other alternative for the great
    • falsehood. This feeling may be found in great men and in
    • insignificant people. Benvenuto Cellini, who was a great man, once
    • experiencing his value. Compassion is a quality which is not greatly
    • developed among men. It still contains a great amount of egoism. Of
    • great school — but he will reveal instead a new, plainly marked
    • greatly. We can, however, be of great help to others, whereas we
    • therefore be of great help to others; our bad qualities cause us
    • great harm, but cannot cause much harm to others, at least not
    • able to guide ourselves. Here we see a great difference between the
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    • greater extent with vegetative life, they were not so lifeless, not
    • the Graeco-Latin epoch onward — has a greater resemblance with
    • modern science and in which he takes so great a pride? Only lifeless
    • of great value. You know that many so-called lodges, which have not a
    • to a great extent already waned — there were older times in
    • the greatest value
    • indifference in regard to the great destinies of human existence.
    • be stirred to hear that in the West the great goals of humanity are
    • mediumistically, something about the great historical aims.
    • formulated questions, something about the great destiny-goals of
    • information concerning the great destiny aims of humanity, not
    • distinguish cheap writers from men endowed with great spirituality
    • indicated in recent lectures. Consider the fact that a great number
    • beings accordingly. This has a great significance in human life, but
    • of the question: How does the great majority of the people really
    • entailing the right of a pension is a great “ideal”! And
    • greatly.
    • nearer to the goal (which now encounters the greatest obstacles) of
    • architectural forms, the great destinies of humanity. And it is good
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    • earth — we feel as if we lived within a great organism. We
    • and the great consciousness of the Spirit of the Earth then
    • was greatly alarmed and said that quite recently a man had been
    • shows us that what we call the great illusion chiefly consists
    • man is as great as the universe. Even in ordinary life we look
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    • disappearance of much that is still greatly to men's taste and
    • great spiritual battle between East and West, in which the true
    • scientific thought of today, so that he presents an ever greater
    • before one's life on earth has no very great value, but a
    • lively feeling for it is worth a great deal; it is something
    • of the greatest value to feel that what is in one as an adult has
    • situation mankind is in, have brought about the great crisis of the
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    • knowledge. It has achieved a very great deal on its own ground, and
    • evades us like a dream; its great and far-reaching conceptions slip
    • Guardian of the Threshold, we have the greatest trouble to bring to
    • only with the greatest difficulty can one lift them on to a higher
    • kind of experience one may have from the painting of a great artist.
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    • to each other. In this respect there is a great, difference between
    • to make friends. We must know a great deal about each other before
    • undertakings depended to the greatest possible extent upon personal
    • in their next incarnation. Sympathy and antipathy are the greatest
    • authority has become so great and so intensified that under its
    • There are, however, a great many people whose sincerity
    • These three things must be the great true ideals of the
    • THE SPIRITUAL WORLDS. These are the three great aims and impulses of
    • because the three great true ideals of human understanding,
    • way’ the place where he lives) “is in a far greater sense
    • should be the three great concrete Ideals of our fifth post-Atlantean
    • great ideals to direct the sciences. It will be for them to refine
    • penetrate and further the life of modern humanity to the greatest
    • the greatest tasks of our time. And our souls will then be filled
    • In this sense the three great concrete social ideals and
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    • clear that there is a great difference between that and what the ascetic
    • through such practices. Nearly all of the earlier great religious
    • religious life make light of these things. They declare the great
    • spiritual world. The great religions have not been attained without
    • pain but rather through great suffering.
    • knowledge was originally attained through great pain and
    • often be accompanied by great pain, yet one is not ill. No doubt it is
    • made to overcome this pain of the soul, which becomes ever greater as one
    • of spiritual life out of which the great religions were born. The
    • great religious truths which fill our soul with awe, conveying as they
    • cannot be reached without painful inner experiences. The great truths do
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    • remind ourselves again and again what a great event in the evolution of
    • often drawn attention to the great difference in the development of the
    • of Christ Jesus on earth. There is a great deal to be learned from a
    • mean a very great deal for us; only it is necessary to realise that the
    • Paul saw what a great
    • or I might just as well say, if the event of Damascus was what a great
    • must ask: What is a festival such as that of Easter for the greater part
    • distinct unwillingness to take part in the great change that is so
    • inclination to examine into what it is that has brought such great
    • great significance in life today.
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    • these things existed. And the instincts frequently worked with great
    • in the life of the Earth. Nowadays we are wont to attach the greatest
    • constituents and is nevertheless of great importance for the life of
    • the outer Universe. The nearer we come to man, the greater this
    • into account is this. The greatest imaginable part is played in this
    • accustomed to call it, silicon plays the greatest imaginable part,
    • plant coniferous forests, where the Saturn-forces play so great a
    • and here they show their great significance. Alas! the life of people
    • Then the great riddles arise. Why, for example, is it impossible
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    • down into the soil by the greater or lesser limestone content
    • great difference between the warmth that is above the Earth's surface
    • Earth have the greatest longing to become crystalline, and the deeper
    • — then they are of the greatest importance; they ray out the
    • from the great Universe from all sides (Diagram
    • within the plant itself. Then it will not reveal itself to any great
    • speak, in very great excess, yet in such a way that it does not go
    • stand face to face with a great change, even in the inner being of
    • very great importance.
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    • of nitrogen's activity, has fallen into great confusion nowadays.
    • nevertheless it is of great importance; for it is along the paths of
    • great plastician. It does not only carry in itself its black
    • behold the Spirit-activity of the great Universe, moistening itself
    • By day we have great need of the oxygen, and by night too we need
    • of the greatest importance for agriculture. Nitrogen becomes the
    • eventually be led back again into the great Universe. It must be able
    • greater detail. This is the point where the Spiritual in our inner
    • shall perceive the great significance of the papilionaceae. It is no
    • foundations of these things. Otherwise the danger is very great that
    • greater distance from the Earth. See how they tend to colour their
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    • to the great cosmic relationships. This is most necessary nowadays.
    • the greater part of what we daily eat is not there to be received as
    • substantially. By far the greater part is there to give the body the
    • inner mobility, activity. The greater part of what man thus receives
    • this they may well be of great importance; but we are under an illusion
    • work it involves. The burden of work will really not be very great.
    • call it so, you will soon see how great a fertility can result from
    • great difficulty in doing so. Why should it not be possible to make
    • astonished when by some measure he gets great results for the moment
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    • growth. Hence it was of great value for us to recognise that the soil
    • into the great connections of Nature has been lost — as indeed
    • such conditions in the dung-substance itself. But there can be no great
    • connection? Great Nature does not leave us so mercilessly in the lurch
    • great intensity, precisely where living things are concerned. Now, however,
    • the entire process of plant growth. Yarrow is always the greatest boon,
    • to a greater distance and through Large masses. But the question remains:
    • the great and wide circles of life — the macrocosmic, not the
    • Truly it is the greatest benefactor of plant growth in general, and
    • is in the human organism. The stinging nettle is the greatest boon.
    • of great benefit to grow stinging nettles in this district. However,
    • We can attain the greatest perfection in the description of disease,
    • histological or microscopic diagnosis, but from the great universal
    • of plants. In reality, it is of the greatest significance.
    • And the nitrogen which is formed in this way is of the greatest benefit
    • — transmuted into a substance of great importance, which, however,
    • In whatever district it grows, it is the greatest boon; for it mediates
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    • to one's student days. Thus I endeavoured, though with no great
    • as weeds — are greatly influenced by the workings of the Moon.
    • its cue from great Nature.
    • reproduce themselves and increase greatly.
    • our reckoning upon this great force of dispersal (while pointing out
    • is saturated with water, and with greater difficulty when the earth
    • not only out of what the Earth provides. Nature is a great totality;
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    • humanity has no idea how greatly farming and forestry
    • it becomes too great. If the soil is tending to become too strongly
    • greatest value to the earth — are none other than the earth-worms.
    • For in great Nature — again and again I must say it — everything,
    • this give and take, and you perceive once more what played so great
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    • to be taken are thus transformed into great complication.
    • look it all up. But the results will not be very great, for it may easily
    • of the tomato by man is of great significance. (And it can well be extended
    • It is, in fact, of great significance for all that in the body,
    • the liver of all Organs works with the greatest relative independence
    • from mouth to mouth. It has done us much harm. It makes a great difference,
    • as a piece of real hard work, work which is tending to great and fruitful
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    • might say, with great reverence for the primeval wisdom of
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    • It was, so to speak, an important accompanying phenomenon to that great event
    • else, something that has still greater effect is developed when this inner
    • it acquired great wealth. And I have already described how the time came for
    • these external treasuries, which the Knights Templar amassed to greater and
    • greater extent, to be converted into temporal power. I have told you how,
    • account any less great and deep. We must not deceive ourselves as to pain and
    • intensity and strength with which it was at first lived out by the great
    • as well as the later death — have great significance in the whole
    • fallen into a great many errors.
    • able to develop the forces of freedom, that all human events, great and
    • as I have said, certain great minds were led by the inspiration that comes
    • imagine that a great poet, a really great poet who creates out of the
    • part unconsciously, nevertheless under inspiration — notable and great
    • materialism into its opposite, the point where the great thought of the
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    • health and a sound development of soul-life, a very great deal
    • and it shows us the great importance of a continuous memory if the
    • great tableau in which we simultaneously survey all the organic
    • greater detail in the books mentioned. If we develop within us an
    • thoughts. A great effort must be made to forget them. This is a
    • of thinking, which differs so greatly from the combining and the
    • which presents far greater difficulties.
    • greater than those which we generally use in our external life, which
    • times, even as through science to a great extent doubts have arisen
    • my Threefold State the attempt has been made to face the great social
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    • great significance in every realm of human endeavor and investigation
    • greater significance in the realm of spiritual investigation. A
    • have different reasons for denying this spiritual world, but a great
    • just characterized. As great, as powerful in soul experiences, as
    • however, is by far the greatest part of the spiritual world, and the
    • must appear to provide verification. In this way the greatest
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    • science, but which sheds great light on the mystery of man's being.
    • days man was still to a great extent united with nature; he did not
    • is already responsible for the great progress made in natural
    • scientific thinking. However great Plato and Aristotle were, they did
    • spiritual scientist sees this as the greatest event that has ever
    • strong to an ever greater and greater degree.
    • Nazareth,’ a person no greater than a somewhat more
    • this Impulse, which is the greatest and most powerful Impulse in the
    • knowledge in order to show mankind the greatest Event of human
    • disharmonious to an ever greater degree — because the
    • evolution into the age of great and outstanding perceptions of an
    • which had its beginnings in the Great Age of Germany. Then what is
    • greatest need.
    • shall acquire great respect for their intellectual
    • ours that has such a great heritage, to tread the path to the spirit
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    • would have to speak at very great length. Each one of you can himself
    • seasons followed by profound instinct certain great laws regulating
    • nature of this mineral consciousness, this consciousness of the great
    • these physical senses, can at first know nothing of this great
    • greater, more all-embracing thoughts than we have. In truth, it is an
    • we must realise that 6,000 years before our era a great, a mighty
    • last great rays still illuminated the Gnostics, but of which only a
    • Year to the great cosmic New Year, from the New Year's Eve of our
    • that is about us in the outer world as a symbol of the great secrets
    • too has its year — the great cosmic year, of which Zarathustra
    • spoke long ago, explaining how the world passed on from one great
    • He meant the great cosmic years of which I have spoken to you to-day.
    • twelve thousand years) becomes a symbol of the great New Year's Eve
    • great as in small, and in small as in great. The small, the yearly
    • the great cosmic mysteries. Let our endeavour be, so to attune our
    • thought: I will accept the year as a symbol of the great cosmic year
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    • of the secrets of existence connected with the great super-sensible
    • — and of the great cosmic New Year's Eve and New Year. It
    • few at least of our great and important duties be brought before our
    • great objective interests of the whole of humanity.
    • the great progress of external, material science. This has always
    • this, that the great progress made in the materialistic realms of
    • thinker — Mauthner, the great critic of language. Kant occupies
    • connection with the great cosmic mysteries beyond?’ So speaks a
    • tone to science; people laid the greatest value on the results of
    • develop interest in the great concerns of the whole of humanity. It
    • Science. We still often think that we understand the great interests
    • as if they were the greatest interests of mankind.
    • the great needs of humanity.
    • souls is that we may be enkindled and inspired by the great interests
    • within ourselves true interests in the great universal cause of
    • any great man in particular; I know that when such things are said
    • I can say, on the other hand, that they are great authorities of the
    • present day, that they are great men, — to show that they
    • branch. Even without being a great man, one can recognise the
    • careless thinking of great men, which has been so greatly enhanced
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    • such things, a great deal may be conjectured about the inner being of
    • over. Another great error in modern thought is to imagine that one
    • real understanding of the true greatness of oriental philosophy, for
    • that is great and holy in the oriental nature, he gains a knowledge
    • great are not possessed by the others, and we can understand these
    • and knows that this is necessary. If he discovers what is great and
    • of all the great philosophers who, having thought about Nature and
    • question as well. Nearly every great German Philosopher has been
    • Now here lies a great danger. Whereas the
    • Westerners, this is the great responsibility facing the West at the
    • danger, but also the great responsibility. The danger is that the
    • by assimilating all that is idealistic, great and beautiful in other
    • individual ‘man of flesh’ there is another man, greater
    • of greatness in Middle Europe, with the internationalism of
    • place in the great chorus of the peoples on the Earth that it
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    • and the great truths connected with that Event; they realise,
    • opened and as well as a great vista of past ages of the Earth
    • made one; he sees the Earth in future time as a great
    • experiences associated with the greatest event in his life
    • epoch there were great Teachers who were also the Leaders of
    • great Gods.
    • Thus did the great Atlantean Initiates speak to their pupils
    • birth to a God, to the great God of the future — such was the
    • of Atlantis saw into the future, foresaw the great events of
    • the future. Their vision reached beyond the time of the great
    • the great post-Atlantean civilisations arose, beginning with
    • The great Teachers in
    • the great Spirit of the future. To the Indian people it was
    • proclamations, this is not the fault of the great Teachers of
    • speak of the great Sun-Aura, of Ahura Mazdao, of the God of
    • yonder world. Greater and greater darkness spread over life
    • experience in infinitely greater majesty and splendour!
    • the seed — but only the seed — for a greater
    • intellectual joy from the reading of this great record; but
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    • does not go through life half asleep. We have seen the great
    • four or five years, causing great harm; we can turn our thoughts
    • that a great social movement has developed out of the
    • to-day. How helpless, in the main, is the great majority of people in
    • one hand, the spiritual world is willing to reveal itself with great
    • himself from his greatest entanglement in what is material and come
    • confronted by the greatest trial of his strength — his power to
    • all possible excuses in order to escape from the great problems. How
    • glad people are when they can escape the great tasks and riddles of
    • great problems of the age find partial expression. But they did not
    • differences became greater and greater, the gulf between the
    • bring the greatest misery to mankind if not illuminated by the inner
    • but appears of the greatest importance when viewed
    • should become conscious of our great responsibility and conscious,
    • that possesses an instinctive political life of great perfection and
    • had wished to give the German people the greatest lesson by imposing
    • the greatest test. This nation was to be shown the Spirit cannot be
    • about that in another year there may be as great, or even a much
    • greater, increase in our numbers. For the more human souls there are
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    • in our day the question of morality is of the greatest urgency
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    • of the great truth of reincarnation, of repeated earthly lives, and we must
    • man has developed in such a way that great progress has been achieved
    • follow our own. And then another great catastrophe will befall the
    • a firm resolve to do what is moral. There is a great difference
    • 14:20 And Saul and all the people that were with him assembled themselves, and they came to the battle: and, behold, every man\'s sword was against his fellow, and there was a very great discomfiture. \
    • 14:30 How much more, if haply the people had eaten freely to day of the spoil of their enemies which they found? for had there not been now a much greater slaughter among the Philistines? \
    • 14:33 Then they told Saul, saying, Behold, the people sin against the LORD, in that they eat with the blood. And he said, Ye have transgressed: roll a great stone unto me this day. \
    • that at the beginning of his life in Kamaloka man feels a very great
    • given by a great Individuality of the fourth post-Atlantean
    • of great significance that through the inspiration of Buddha the
    • of immorality must turn to Christ with all the greater strength in
    • seventh in a mighty Cosmic Ego that is like a great
    • in Jeshu ben Pandira and again and again in others, became the great
    • Buddha gave the great intellectual teachings of right speech, right
    • patterned on the life of Christ. In ancient times, when a great
    • different ego passes into his body. The greatest example of this is
    • individual as a great soul, merely on authority. It is important
    • aesthetic feeling and insight, to morality. And the greatest Teacher
    • progress of culture and happenings in the great process of evolution
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    • ‘political alcoholism’ with regard to the great events of
    • forgetfulness is a great nuisance in life. Anthroposophy says more
    • all-too-great antipathy. What are you then to do? There is a
    • it greatly strengthens the control of the Ego over the astral body.
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    • — it made a great impression on me — regarded with astonishment
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    • great danger confronts us here: the danger of having ideas about this
    • to add: the universe sets us a great task, but the beautiful human form
    • is the answer. Man's inner life also sets us a great task; we explore
    • point). The human form in plastic art is the answer to the great
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    • related to hatred, so hatred plays a great part in your whole
    • the West which, externally, still have a great influence. But it is
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    • to the great contradiction between East and West. In times past the Oriental
    • great variety of ways, manifesting itself visibly to our senses. But
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    • in Great Britain by
    • Christianity the teaching of greatest moment is that concerning
    • Paul, of course, is of the greatest importance, for Paul
    • lived to a great extent outside the body. In this state of
    • soul-and-spirit. Death belonged to Maya, to the great Illusion,
    • The great
    • that the earliest messengers of Christianity attached great
    • century after the Mystery of Golgotha and received its great
    • The scribes are men of eminence, of great learning; judgment
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    • — this would make no great difference.
    • what lies buried in greater depths.
    • Father-principle really played the greatest imaginable part in older
    • greatest value is placed on the question of Christ's descent. When
    • The things had a great
    • predominant, and played a great part in the human souls for their
    • ideas on atoms, you will find a great resemblance with this theory.
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    • great impulses, the great manifestations of forces which pervade the
    • those who are now living will have to pass through great and
    • inner forces as a support for their souls, to a far greater extent
    • midst of the greatest and most terrible war-events which have ever
    • cosmos, through the forces of the sun which then reach their greatest
    • darkness unfold their greatest strength in the middle of the winter,
    • A great deal lies concealed
    • itself (indeed, future epochs will grasp the greatness of Fichte's
    • greatest gift consists in absorbing things, but if anyone says that
    • The greatest misfortune
    • process. It would be the greatest misfortune, not only for Central
    • Europe, but, for Russia itself — the very greatest misfortune
    • development; also that they would commit the greatest sin by laying
    • civilisation as a great illusion — the whole foul
    • greater than itself and of sending light into life; before it can
    • those which will one day be the source of its greatness. And we in
    • battlefields. These etheric bodies will form a great complex of
    • encouragement inducing us to fill ourselves with the great truths of
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    • which have remained like oases in a desert, re-echo a great,
    • to make a great effort in order to convince a friend of the truth of
    • way in which others have come to their knowledge. The greatness of
    • something which he has studied with the greatest attention. If you
    • you will find what great results Goethe has reached
    • spiritual sphere, this will be the greatest temptation for really
    • becoming materialists. The greatest temptation for becoming
    • knowledge is gained, are exposed to the great temptation of becoming
    • do not wish to make a great effort, who prefer to go to the
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    • is little given to cultivating so great an interest in the
    • and going Westwards — and I take Great Britain and
    • of the East produced, as you know, great cities. We can look
    • every one of which produced great cities. But these great
    • create, along with the life of great cities, a conception,
    • superphysical. And so great cities, such as Babylon,
    • This is thoroughly Roman. But Rome achieved a great deal more
    • lived in Central Europe is, to a great extent, sunk in a
    • Giordano Bruno was a remarkable figure, a great personality;
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    • Great epochs of Art, when artistic deeds raying far and wide
    • to the knowledge of the soul, it is a great deal more
    • of greater or lesser value for the Universe.
    • the ears will not impress me greatly. The world of the
    • physical plane which I have around me here is great, and the
    • within your eyes is far greater, fuller in content, than the
    • creatively connected with man, in the great Universe. And
    • great Ocean, as it has always been called.
    • but swimming as it were, swimming through the great ocean;
    • greatness that meets us in Brunetto Latini. What others learn
    • Dante, revealing how Dante's great work of art is connected
    • Golgotha something great and mighty entered the evolution of
    • humanity — so great that it will only be able to be
    • Earth is greatest. Therefore the Christmas Festival is
    • greatest. Then it is that illumination comes over the soul
    • the Maid of Orleans had to be kindled for a great historic
    • it is of great significance to find it recorded in our
    • humanity. Great as is the difference between ‘spiritual
    • — equally great will be the difference between the
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    • time, when we go out into the streets of a great city and
    • become for many of those who want to be regarded in the great
    • great Universe out of which man is born, in order that our
    • great world of Nature. They were full of thanksgiving for the
    • sun's rays, full of reverence for the great Universe —
    • repose to a state of exultant abandonment to great
    • devoted a great deal of time to research among the Germanic
    • among the country people. Later on he told me a great deal
    • even greater significance. We know that in the Mysteries
    • great a certainty there stands before our souls the
    • Religion, Art and in the whole life of humanity. The great
    • will celebrate the great Easter Festival, the Resurrection
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    • of the great Buddha.
    • greater future, the consciousness of continuous activity —
    • considered in connection with the great Zarathustra.
    • — the great “Illusion.” It is also natural that as
    • The wisdom arising from this could then be revealed in the great
    • their cause! And so the great Gautama felt — because he was not
    • in the soul of the great Gautama, led him finally to full
    • innumerable lives will never solve the great riddles of old age, of
    • suffering was greater than the wisdom of a Bodhisattva. In his
    • of the great Buddha, quite different conditions are present. Man's
    • Buddhist says that the world is in itself the Great Illusion,
    • truth. How great a contrast lies here between the wisdom of Buddha
    • not mere repetition but a great purpose rules throughout the
    • great Spirit who once brought to man a teaching pointing to the past,
    • greatly love life. During his first stay in Weimar, freeing himself
    • great and mighty results that the human mind did not feel able to
    • external research. The sense of helplessness grew greater and greater
    • And so two great streams of
    • great painters. They portray figures whose asceticism brought
    • greatness of this liberated human being consists in the fact that he
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    • A great deal is said to-day
    • This is the great
    • social life! There will be far greater understanding in the
    • The greatest fault of
    • The greatest sin of materialism is that it gives us no knowledge
    • brief indication. The great difference between the human organisation
    • very great bearing and effect upon social life. How the social
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    • the connection of what man attains by great efforts here on earth, as
    • words of speech and the sounds of song. It is our great pleasure in
    • great musical instrument. Even the external musical instruments
    • use to a very great extent of the brain, the system of head and
    • time, when things like these were felt, it was said of the greatest
    • our language into greater flow and movement than is customary in its
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    • one great whole, we see it — in spite of the many valleys and
    • great misunderstanding, to the Vedas and the Vedanta. If we look at
    • in immediate experience. But there was a great riddle and it arose in
    • added the second great riddle in the history of evolution —
    • with the physical body, was experienced by him as the greatest riddle
    • great intensity among the ancient Egyptians, for instance. They
    • mankind to experience the greatest event of earthly existence. He
    • that the Buddha found the four great Truths, one of which awoke
    • directed by the great Divine Teachers of the world, there was added
    • The great riddles of the
    • fourteenth or fifteenth centuries, feel the third great riddle of
    • great riddle — that of man's earthly nature; to the second
    • And so the third great
    • sleep of existence. This third great riddle must stand more and more
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    • greatest contrast to electricity is LIGHT. If we look upon
    • Ahriman and Lucifer have the greatest power over us if we do not know
    • the divinity of Good. It is really terrifying to see to what a great
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    • great store of wisdom has in fact disappeared, and it is known today
    • first centuries of the Christian era, we find great spirits arising,
    • For them, this was the great problem. They thought: During the course
    • two? Thus we see great spirits like Clemens of Alexandria and
    • greatest possible difficulty in understanding this fact; the capacity
    • to fulfill his mission as the Son has the greatest imaginable
    • greatest, most meaningful human need of our time. Until now, human
    • innkeepers and the shepherds. In fact, the great problem of our time
    • called “The Book of the Great Logos according to the
    • Anthroposophic Press, Great Barrington, MA, 2001.
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    • say, the search for this relationship gives rise to the greatest
    • assert that it is in space. In this way the greatest
    • at the same time to a fact of very great importance, which is not at
    • great impression which Schopenhauer's philosophic system,
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    • have accomplished such great things and brought such blessings on
    • though the great questions about which we shall have to speak still
    • Goethe, who besides being a great poet was also a great student of Nature
    • cloud-formations and so on. A great number of substances which are
    • belongs to our earth something like live members of a great living
    • the heat is so great that life cannot develop; but in the environment
    • the great living being “Earth.” The 1atter needs for its
    • into the life of the great being “Earth” by forces which
    • with the greatest care imaginable — of the investigations which
    • there traces of it in the high mountain ranges. Great blocks of earth
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    • it is also in the great universe. And in this connection we must say:
    • is which can reveal itself to man as a great and significant truth:
    • towards it. Just think how great is the effort we have to make if we
    • extent, the great laws determining the future. And Intuition embraces
    • the age of materialism dawned, man was in great danger of falling
    • must bear in mind how great a secret concerning the historical
    • very greatly confused, and this confusion pervades all thinking. It
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    • and that this year, in spite of great difficulty we were able to
    • observation of life. I might say a great deal if I were to speak
    • gatherings, which made the lack of room greatly felt both for the
    • — is more and more required, that a great number of those who
    • things too easy. When we consider the great store of lectures and
    • call itself by the name of a great spiritual individuality, after the
    • in the West. Hence we must say that what relates to the great Figure
    • without understanding the resurrection, however great theologians we
    • Blavatsky accomplished so great a work because through her a great
    • inspiration? There are great Rosicrucian truths in Isis
    • contains great truths concerning everything not Christian, —
    • but in respect to what is Christian, is the greatest nonsense. With
    • time — and will then be a great teacher on earth. That is the
    • great Bodhisattva-Individuality was incarnated; but because her
    • deny that in this being a great Individuality was concealed? We
    • arose to learn to know more intimately the great teacher of
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    • mentioned with great respect. This school was well known for the
    • impossible to think of greater nonsense, yet the psychology of the
    • thought could have arisen as the greatest production of the
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    • two great opposites. Personal will fatally opposes the permeation of
    • sensations and feelings. We can deceive ourselves greatly as to this.
    • are the Spirits of Wisdom, the great Bestowers, the great Givers of
    • the Universe. Just as we have called the Thrones ‘The great
    • ‘the great Givers’ who so devote their gift that it
    • appears as the great bestowing virtue of the Spirits of Wisdom. And
    • actual driving-force of such a great work of art can be felt, a work
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    • movement of a hand or the greatest of deeds, the impulse of the
    • strong, forceful act, one for instance that is to bring about great
    • general it is assumed that the greatness of the deed depends upon the
    • it correct that as we intensify our will we accomplish great things
    • physical world, in which we particularly live, the greatness of our
    • will, for the more we wish to accomplish, the greater are the
    • greatest deeds or better said, the greatest results do not
    • we are well nourished and acquire greater strength thereby, so, in
    • can precisely do so with the greatest ease, if, by fasting or other
    • statement, and not given by way of advice). The greatest spiritual,
    • with equanimity, will gradually notice that his words have great
    • obtain great results, or from some other source of desire for
    • behind, so even in the great cosmic evolution there are cosmic beings
    • for the purpose of showing us the great cosmic mysteries in symbols,
    • the greatest renunciation made by Christ Jesus confronts us when, by
    • such a great cosmic moment; and when we recall the words: ‘He
    • soul with intellect to feel the whole immeasurable greatness of the
    • significant. That is why great works of art make such a tremendous
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    • there was naturally a greater sense of the spiritual behind the outer
    • greatness and significance to be found in resignation. None the less
    • lives in great cities is less affected by it, but he will have seen
    • universal Beings, by others who found their greatest bliss in gazing
    • obtain a conception which is of very great importance and weight:
    • eminently great Soul. If only something could have flowed into his
    • an end to this search for ideas — the greater the yearning, the
    • which reminds us of how a great mind expressed this undefined longing
    • it was a great one) which she could span with her earthly
    • Prince of Homburg, who carried out all his great deeds in a kind of
    • a particularly great man, for he whines and whimpers over everything
    • contours: that is, Spiritual Science. The greatest unites
    • greatest German poets.
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    • that we call Maya or the great illusion, there is the Spiritual. Let
    • Beings of the lesser planet wished to make sacrifice to the greater
    • a single great satisfaction, but experiences a number of partial
    • actual meaning, their great Cosmic purpose.’ Certain Beings
    • realm of Maya or the great illusion, we have nothing but
    • than the great occult truth: ‘In the whole world of Maya one
    • the universal Maya to the great principles of the world, a very
    • not die. They are merely members of one great organism, just as a
    • to perish, it is in reality only severed from this great organism,
    • has no life in itself, but only in the great organism of which it is
    • — not of one great organism, like the mineral — but of
    • little can we say that of the plants; for they belong to a great
    • baker gave him a number of rolls, and being no great arithmetician,
    • greatest and most significant cosmic conceptions.
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    • made great play of its intellectual progress and scientific
    • of the nineteenth century there would have been greater
    • has to be greater than purely sensual and material awareness.
    • out its impulses. It cannot yet be done to any great extent,
    • coming for eighteen months. I have looked around a great deal
    • most intense, which is where their thoughts relate to great
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    • great riddles of the age. However, many are not fully active
    • body. It has reached a great level of perfection because the
    • them an even greater impetus to work in a way that helps to
    • they nevertheless represent one great impulse — to
    • which brought conditions in which the truly great things
    • it spur us on to even greater activity; then a later attempt
    • Parliament being the great ideal in the present day and age,
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    • aspects of the great scheme of things, and this to such an
    • agitators making great words about it, or in specific
    • the greatest difficulties one can imagine. For when it comes
    • the great advances humanity has made, I think I can say that
    • one of the great problems which may arise when truths
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    • truths. Now, we have often said that it is fear of the great
    • and why should they be exposed to those great and fearsome
    • whose function in the great scheme of things is connected
    • connected with a great, important cosmic law. I could give
    • great speeches on the tremendous advances made in modern
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    • spoken of this before. That harmony was, of course, greatest
    • differs a great deal from the usual idea. We have to admit
    • right, it was great and truly in harmony in ancient Greek
    • differences between men and women were much greater at the
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    • tell you great deal. In the present age, from the fifth
    • truly great, tremendous grand visions which contained
    • great their knowledge.
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    • great deal or only little. We would have to pick it up to
    • great climax now reached in the age of materialism. The
    • not become a great man because his teacher had this
    • the education of individuals who later became great
    • and if teachers are truly conscious of the great task life
    • great deal nowadays. Instead of helping the mind of the
    • make our own. There is need for this in both the great and
    • future will dream a great deal of their pupils, for the
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    • The greatest
    • probably amuse you a great deal and make you laugh heartily,
    • teach us a great deal; we must be awake in following events,
    • become, is right for all nations, great and small; it creates
    • the other, I merely want to show how great the contrast is.
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    • this, it will give you a great deal of understanding of the
    • which happens within the great scheme of things does also
    • consistency, and indeed its greatness, the scientific way of
    • thinking, too, is in great danger of sliding into the
    • are taken as a matter of course. Great Wilsoniades are
    • understand a great deal of the inner life of these people,
    • kind play a much greater role today than materialists are
    • surprised how great is the percentage of direct influences
    • spiritual world to a much greater extent than they are
    • revision of ideas which carried the greatest weight at the
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 10: The Influence of the Backward Angels
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    • no ideals. On the contrary, it has a great many ideals which,
    • indeed ideals of great value. But the people of today are not
    • great scheme of things; they are concrete facts which have to
    • great perspectives of a social nature, which went far beyond
    • indeed have some degree of greatness in the present time,
    • great deal of trouble to encourage them to build bridges.
    • great horrors of darkness for the ahrimanic powers and a
    • you think on this, you will see that principles of great
    • become really familiar with the thought that a great many
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    • are biased, even if correct, will often cause greater
    • of course, depend a great deal on the geographical latitude
    • also great historical perspectives. You will also find it
    • holds the greatest power in the inner life. Man can only
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    • the human realm in the autumn of 1879, holds great
    • Graeco-Latin times. It has to be kept in mind that the great
    • of the great catastrophe, the spirits of darkness will make
    • account of the Spirits which serve the great cosmic scheme of
    • great future, for the whole of anthroposophy is on those
    • must be understood today when great, tremendous events happen
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    • regions. I have often drawn attention to the great
    • spiritual influences to a far greater extent than people
    • my words with great care. I am saying ‘in
    • one of the greatest affirmations of Goetheanism, is
    • the sixteenth century onwards as great and glorious
    • of humanity find it easiest to ascribe greatness and
    • great deal to do with the events of the year 1917, having
    • Greatest of spirits, mind most independent,
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    • on, I want to draw your attention to something of great
    • In the fifteenth century the earth held the greatest
    • earth held the greatest power of attraction for the
    • have to put a great deal into it if you are to arrive at
    • in the horse, considering this to be a great advance. People
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    • intellectual fall is the great historical sign that a spiritual
    • greatest pride today is evident in those who strive for a so-called
    • precisely of the Anthroposophical Society for humanity's great ideal
    • first of all, it is not as great as the intelligence ruling in
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    • his head and say: “The deed of Christ may have an influence on a great
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    • With their ancient clairvoyance men knew that the greatest
    • that the great Atlantean catastrophe was followed by the period of
    • Copernicus too, like Kepler, was an astrologer and attached great value
    • upon possessing it will be that Tycho de Brahe was admittedly a great
    • ‘excuse’ a great deal; for example, they excuse
    • understandable weakness of the great man who made the first map of the
    • its own experiences the connection with the great cosmic
    • access to happenings in the great universe and thereby to experience
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    • about the spirit in this area, for how could it be denied that great
    • the great botanist, Schleiden, discovered the plant cell. He was the
    • century. It must simply be understood that even the greatest
    • discoverer of the plant cell became the greatest and most vehement
    • earth's rock formations as the great skeleton of the earth
    • human being in sleep passes into the great world and in the morning
    • limits of his skin, and then expands into the great world during the
    • sense. With the human being, stepping out into the great world is the
    • steps out into the great world when he falls asleep; in summer the
    • really lives in the great macrocosm. We would have to perceive some
    • sleep — to the great world, living within it. Just as it allows
    • world, as it were, we feel that it belongs to our great mother earth.
    • mother earth as to our great nourishing mother. We have seen,
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    • book: — All the great figures, in reality, are none
    • Moon through the Zodiac. Dionysos — in that great
    • into thin air. Then they began to take the greatest pains to
    • no Chemistry. They knew nothing at all of the great world of
    • reality, the greatest transition-time of all Earth-evolution.
    • changed, and greatly so. Mankind to-day is not exposed to
    • to-day a great number of things are working in social life;
    • the great thankfulness of the human being after death, for
    • are connected so significantly with the great and
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    • the great contrast between such ways of thought as those of
    • Martin, therefore, whose ways of thought still had great
    • materialism of Dupuis still had a certain greatness,
    • very opposite, the greatest things of human evolution, can
    • world a great political manifesto in the year 1917, took up
    • though it were a great revelation. Truly, one need not go so
    • greatness things that are merely absurd and laughable. These
    • the greater the fruits it can bear for the future.
    • said that “a great Time finds but it small and petty
    • our Time, yet great it can be; and in a certain sense, it
    • must find the men who can think greatly. But they will not be
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    • Mysteries of birth laid the greatest stress on the
    • summary description of what goes on in the great Universe
    • great and so far-reaching that this present time could blush
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    • acquires greater intensity through super-sensible knowledge. We
    • soul like a great flash of lightning, we acquire the memory of
    • pursued in greatest modesty (those who follow the spiritual
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    • world conception that has reached such a great development in the
    • natural-scientific world conception achieved the greatest
    • great and imposing as it is today. Many details clearly show
    • religious world conception, the great riddle was the riddle of
    • life on earth. Birth was the great problem. “What is man's
    • task on earth?” was the great question. Today, we look at
    • the great problem connected with the true essence of man's
    • here as anthroposophical spiritual science. But a great number of
    • of freedom. The human organism has acquired a greater
    • thought, which has rendered us such great services particularly
    • centuries brought us the greatness of natural science. We cannot,
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    • every problem of greatest and smallest importance.
    • the things connected with the great life problems of human
    • patient, who came to him in a great state of excitement, because
    • greatest modern scientist, with a man so thoroughly at home in
    • cases described to you just now, show that the longing, the great
    • criticize such great scientists is perhaps called upon to judge
    • and to explain the far greater certainty constituting the
    • Anthroposophy is far greater than that transmitted by the most
    • essential facts are known to the great majority of those who are
    • this perceptive faculty, though in the great majority of cases
    • and by filling consciousness with an ever greater amount of
    • were.” Though it may seem paradoxical, it is a great help
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    • of January), because people generally think that during the great
    • that almost in the whole world great problems of life are being
    • that the great conflict between the West and the East announced
    • greatest reverence can be felt for it when looking back from its
    • to designate this physical-sensory world as MAYA, the great
    • external world perceived through the eyes and ears as a great
    • this idea of the great illusion connected with the
    • a great illusion, a Maya.
    • developed, if we notice, for example, the greatness and loftiness
    • the gods, it is Maya, the great illusion. They did not speak of
    • the world as a great illusion from the very beginning; but
    • great illusion, as Maya.
    • meaning. The great impression made upon mankind by the star
    • Golgotha. Many people look towards that great symbol: the cross
    • Mankind went through a great change in the course of twelve
    • indicate more deeply the great change which took place through
    • orbit 354 times. A Jupiter year, a great Jupiter year, reached
    • the same message: Christ is coming. Highest wisdom and greatest
    • misery is too great for the maintenance of old Christmas customs.
    • time. The great conflict between East and West must also take
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    • organ. The human being is in every way a great sense organ, and
    • natural-scientific development, great as they are, for these
  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • for example, concerning Moses, the great men of ancient China,
    • the great men of ancient India, Persia, Egypt — and further
    • the greatest of riddles. He should say to himself that the
    • way. This constitutes the great difference between Christianity
    • portal of death with the great teaching of freedom. Avowal of the
    • Gospel will never lose its value. It will have an every greater
    • throughout. It is missing to an even greater extent than in
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    • great, living organism, and its lifeless part, for example, the
    • thoughts with the greatest ease and comfort; the lifeless world
    • We shall then discover what a great change took place in all the
    • B.C. — we shall discover the great change which
    • another aspect, it must be greatly valued. But an inner push is
    • great misfortune of losing our Goetheanum. We know quite well
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    • something which cannot appear to it as spiritual. The great
    • intellect is thus exposed to the great danger of falling a prey
    • that great influence on man which they have now. The life of
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    • action, and who have to devote their lives and souls to the great
    • however greatly they may otherwise be disunited, who in the depths of
    • greatness uniting mankind, however disunited it may be as regards all
    • of their teachers, there was exhibited also again and again a great
    • the Three Kings offering their gifts. A great deal of this was
    • tongue, for in the old churches great stress was laid on this —
    • story. But in this story lay something so great and mighty that, out
    • world-war. He too remarks how much blood is flowing, how greatly we
    • or to nonsense and lack of meaning, so, in spite of its greatness, it
    • the cloak of the greatest Mysteries. Is it not really wonderful that
    • not grow old as do others. This is really the secret of many great
    • sorrow and pain such as we feel to-day, when we think of the great
    • way something is developed in man which must become greater and
    • greater if the Earth is to achieve that evolution for which it was
    • light, its greatest time of growth begins.
    • a difficult part in the great events of the times.
    • fulfilling the severe tasks given to man as a result of the great
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Thought and the Secret of the Ego
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    • greatness, a thought of infinite depth of feeling, this thought of
    • great and strong and powerful within human evolution. If this
    • festival, an infinitely great thought originally drew together the
    • mystery of Golgotha. For them a great, encompassing symbolic thought
    • approached with a certain kind of sacred modesty, with great
    • Christ thought therefore becomes great and must gradually become
    • one of the greatest scientists. This standpoint leads also to other
    • same science takes as its starting point the deep and great meaning
    • say that science, for all its great progress of which people are so
    • souls today out of our science; it has arisen through the great
    • great things can serve either construction or destruction. Arid if
    • great deal that lives in this devout man in such a peculiar way. I
    • many great human beings, that right into their oldest age they are
    • humanity, that presiding over humanity's future a great holy night
    • must penetrate us today when we think of the great misery of our
    • we develop something in the human being that must become greater
    • and greater if the earth is to move toward the development for
    • here to the greatest degree possible on earth. When the earth lives
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    • with the Great Teachers will appear in the subsequent numbers of
    • significance of those Great Ones who have been the leading and
    • guiding spirits of the different epochs. From each of these Great
    • age, makes us realise what great differences arise in the sum total
    • man's thought, feeling and will, have undergone great changes in the
    • religion, must be placed a great many centuries before Buddha. Greek
    • great steps forward in the civilisation of mankind. Whatever the
    • of Zarathustra lies to the North of the land from which the great
    • different from the Brahministic teachings of the great leaders of
    • these two ways that the great teachers attained to the revelations of
    • that we so greatly admire in the old Indian culture — which
    • think he has discovered a great truth here, but it leads to nothing
    • called the “Great Aura,” for it is all-embracing.
    • — the Great Aura. With this spiritual essence
    • Zarathustra pointed his disciples to the great periphery, showing
    • great universe is reflected in each individual. The real significance
    • is a replica of the great world. In human beings, the principle of
    • perfection is opposed by evil; in the great universe, Ormuzd and
    • grown immeasurably great and the highest human forces are Ahura
    • the great cosmic process; he is filled with awe
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    • greater significance to study the culture and civilisation of ancient
    • reason for the great interest evinced to-day in Egyptian culture, but
    • did one of the greatest minds of modern times feel himself related to
    • words. It must therefore be of great interest to us to understand how
    • preserved, more especially by the earlier Egyptians, with great piety
    • Being, “the Thrice-Greatest,”
    • within their own souls. Thus the great cosmic clock, with the
    • Hermes who expressed with the greatest sublimity the relation of the
    • preparing for Initiation were taught in greater detail of the light
    • The ancient Egyptians felt that the great
    • stellar script. Hermes, or Thoth, was the great Spirit who, according
    • of the great Solar Years denoted a stage in the waning of clairvoyant
    • But we look back through three great Cosmic Years to an age when the
    • greatest of our Sages taught his pupils and successors what we to-day
    • watchful Powers of Heaven. Hermes was not only a great Teacher, but a
    • instead to the Great Individualities. And they appear before us in
    • possessed the power of clairvoyance, the greatest blessings in every
    • were the first to give the great spiritual impulses to mankind in
    • there as a great Guide of mankind. As we contemplate these great
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    • this is even of great practical significance. In fact, I am convinced
    • the birds have wonderful colours the sun has greater power. What effect
    • Gertrude. Now Annie's great grandmother was Katie; so the ovum of Annie,
    • school to be taught. From then on today they make great efforts to
    • worst case we have. So he took them to the greatest lunatic of all and
    • solidified. He explained this with great precision and added: But you
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    • gives me great satisfaction to be able to speak to you today
    • world into the physical we go through the great oblivion. Who with
    • the spiritual world and lived there in the way described. The great
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    • today is made to cover a great deal. I refer to the expression: the
    • in consciousness in ordinary day-to-day life, show so great a dependence
    • the instrumentality of consciousness is of great significance, it is no
    • it were like a wave in a great sea, a wave that is organised within
    • preparation, he would in truth be exposed to great risk, for he would
    • for the support of the spiritual makes itself felt in the soul, a great
    • that when you experience something consciously in waking life, a great
    • time between going to sleep and waking is of great significance in its
    • find a disintegration of the soul into the greatest possible number of
    • short, we live our way into the cosmos with far greater intensity than
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    • the “Spirit” in the age of the great
    • Great men have the faults of their virtues. It is our task to
    • Origin of Man” differ greatly. But the Anthroposophist
    • great scientist Carl Gegenbauer, said of Darwinism.
    • opinion of Karl von Linne, the great Natural Scientist of the
    • greatest benefactors of mankind.”
    • the great English Scientist, has proved, there is much more
    • ever-growing circles, and is a great hindrance to any other
    • heard from the great Eastern Teachers cannot become
    • so very great. Therefore certain conditions of life, into which
    • explain how mammals evolve, for there is a greater difference
    • highest and lowest human souls is greater than the one between
    • accused of not recognising the great merits of these “new
    • believers,” for he greatly appreciates their merits in
    • expressed his sense of their great worth in his book,
    • or the great laws of cause and effect in spiritual life. Those
    • would perhaps perceive a great difference in the two instances
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    • Spiritual Science). Not long ago the great natural scientist,
    • life and death — represents with great clarity what we
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    • must take great care, from the very outset, to realize that
    • of the higher worlds to a still greater degree. If we
    • precisely this fact which explains the great variety among
    • autumn, to see how great waves of well-being streamed over the
    • The great
    • greater then, will be the longing for the Divine. The very
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    • Humanity as a whole has a very short memory for great events
    • worms and fishes, could develop. It was the great naturalist
    • which occupied him during his whole life as his greatest most
    • pious feelings to the great God of nature Who speaks through
    • he feels himself in the world as in a great, beautiful,
    • second part lay there sealed, like the great testament to be
    • needed for its development a great experience — one
    • so great a significance for this city — the Cathedral.
    • great idea of the architect celebrated a resurrection and he
    • world so as to recognize the spirit ruling within. Great and
    • God”. Just as the great Spirit of Nature spoke to the
    • great Spirit of Existence in the world of Spirit speak to him
    • he leads him out into the great, exterior world — the
    • touch that Great Fact, which Goethe incorporated into his
    • masculine of the cosmic world. That is the great secret
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    • we have lived the great ideal which we want to express through
    • inclined to dedicate our forces to this great ideal of mankind,
    • spiritual light or means of light to the dawn of the great
    • force of love are the greatest, the most intense, the most
    • the feeling that wisdom is a great thing — that love is
    • still greater; that might is a great thing — that love is
    • yet greater. And this feeling of the power and force and
    • threefold figure of the Christ-Impulse can have great
    • pay homage to the great spiritual King Who appears in the high
    • related to the great cosmic forces. We have this connection
    • with the great cosmic forces when, through an understanding of
    • impulse. As something yet infinitely more great and mighty than
    • prevents men from feeling the full greatness and power of this
    • without prejudice, and felt a great change in itself. To-day we
    • Do cherish true and warm our Saviour great in praise:
    • And all his great ones looked on us amazed.
    • The Great One's works, whom boldly challenging,
    • And came to Antioch, great town of Syria.
    • full greatness. We have later in the Faust poem a kind of
    • shadow of this legend, but filled with greater poetic power. In
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    • cry from the great Zarathustra or Zoroaster, who formed the
    • great personalities who provide the subject matter of our
    • Spiritual Science has reached to-day. The same great impulse
    • ago, the great authority, Aristotle, made such or such an
    • great deal. For the deeply illuminating teachings and
    • the greatest benefit to them.
    • ought to go to the great book of Nature, which speaks so
    • of Aristotle, was greatly astonished and said to Galileo:
    • two incidents, we can see how greatly Aristotle was
    • allow this. Hence the great battle between Galileo and
    • Thus Galileo and Giordano Bruno were the two great
    • pedantry of the Scholastics and of book-learning to the great
    • greatest admiration, refers to this in a lecture which he
    • lecture, he drew attention to the fact that the great
    • great laws of mechanics, had discovered the laws which govern
    • Galileo, that great thinker, that it has become possible for
    • his stand firmly on the ground upon which all the great minds
    • depends greatly on time. Now, Galileo argued thus:
    • reveals itself as so great, so powerful and so wonderful;
    • he made the great discoveries which confirmed the theories
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    • period or another of his life. We may note a truly great
    • hear the words of the great physicist Helmholtz repeated,
    • that great and wonderful discoveries have been made in all
    • fated to be discarded by the great physicists, who then
    • know how great were the hopes built on the progress of
    • biology, the science of life, when Darwin's great work,
    • great mass of facts now brought to light by science to speak
    • modern research would cease. Here, Goethe may be our great
    • an incident of no great importance, but at the same time we
    • attain a greater intensity of the inner life. Not the mere
    • quarter we shall inevitably live to see a great revival of
    • great that the hall could scarcely contain it.
    • of theosophy, as a great spirit incarnated in the body of
    • a fleshly form in which there dwells a great spirit whom we
    • hesitate, even when great numbers are present at a course of
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    • far greater facility to a medium than after spirit-science
    • various starting points. This must occur in greater measure
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    • combined with the greatest possible opportunism and slackness.
    • the present life — plays a great part in our life
    • whole. What is thus consolidated (not all, but a great part of
    • here intended. As I said, not all, but a great part of what
    • make a great mistake, especially when they try to be clever,
  • Title: Lecture: Matter Incidental to the Question of Destiny
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    • life, of great or outstanding personalities. Let me give one
    • be a great man in some respects, and he achieved great work. He
    • plenty of them — are an integral part of his greatness.
    • — this is the great importance. Among his poems, some of
    • Lathe’) there is one which raises a great riddle, as it were,
    • approaches these great questions of destiny. Here we have a
    • Karma, as it were, with the greatest acceleration — with
    • the greatest speed. But let us assume (it is of course only an
    • That, you see, is the great question. The same thing
    • will the fifth post-Atlantean age engender great and
    • first place, he is a really great and gifted poet. And
    • great and important riddles.
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    • are of any great significance for the question of heredity.
    • cyclic. We know the great cycles of post-Atlantean time: the
    • the individual was of far greater importance. (I am clothing it
    • the equalising in greatness of the human soul, but in
    • greater and greater superficiality, to the exclusion of the
    • intimately the destinies of these two coincide! See how great a
    • fulfilled. The effort failed. Thereupon she made a great deal
    • light from Indian sources, that will not greatly disturb our
    • quoting!) She will not greatly disturb our circles.
    • great illusion. Things are only recognised in their true
    • recognise its significance for the great tasks of the fifth
    • the great newspapers in the world to-day. Whether or no
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    • This is of great practical significance. For it bears a
    • sentences and formulae which had a greater influence than other
    • words — a greater influence than the words that were
    • great power over other men was given to a human being. This
    • away with this creation of demons. In other words, the great
    • summation of delicate vibrations great effects will be brought
    • here imitated. Do you imagine — considering how great is
    • significance? It is of very great significance for the
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of Christ in the Human Soul
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    • spiritual pillars upon which are inscribed the two great
    • man wills to look upon the two great mysteries. And, as it thus
    • conception have approached in manifold ways the great
    • Christmas thought and the great Easter thought. During the
    • formed for themselves the great and powerful imagination of the
    • by little develops to an ever greater perfection, growing out
    • nature with the greatest intensity when we see a child
    • in order to discharge the great duties which are to be assigned
    • when they have looked in the right way at the two great pillars
  • Title: Lecture: The Mysteries (Die Geheimnisse)
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    • the macrocosm, the great, all-embracing world. This macrocosm
    • vision of the greatest importance: As long as the earth is
    • their confessions will flow together to one great united
    • Brotherhood. And those who guided the great separated human
    • come to life in every detail. But if we have learnt a great
    • attain in your Self the power to receive an ever greater
    • has received Mark knows many details, which the great Leader of
    • great secret Brotherhood which, under the sign of the
    • Our greatest bliss from us is being taken,
    • His life, so that a greater one might live!
    • The greatest triumph, stood the hardest test,
    • activity is of great importance as a service to mankind.
    • greater mysteries: those of the influence of higher worlds on
    • mankind. You can only learn these greater mysteries after
    • Will here with greater pleasure still be heard,
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    • pleasure to speak at greater length for the third time to our friends
    • take a great leap forward into those regions of spiritual knowledge
    • very reason that greater objectivity is necessary if we are to accept
    • man’ is one whose understanding and grasp of the great laws of
    • man’ is one who is able to identify himself with the great laws
    • mankind in the near future will bring men together in far greater
    • asking a great deal of our present age to believe in the existence of
    • reckon from the beginning of the great Atlantean catastrophe and
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 2. Normal and abnormal Archangels and Time Spirits.
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    • conditions determine the great changes in a people, the influence of
    • Beings who are responsible for language are Beings of great creative
    • of Form, because with their greater energy and superior powers the
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    • plane the individual human being must ensure that these great aims
    • concur in the great ordinances of the Archangels. We shall see this
    • in the Spirit of the Age, assumes for a certain time greater
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    • level of the all-human. Here lies the great responsibility which we
    • what is determined by the great laws of humanity is decisive. The
    • great laws themselves must apprise us of this; we must not allow
    • his origin and ancestry, a great mystery is concealed. He was an
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    • larger national groups have their part to play in the great harmony
    • Earth-evolution, manifests itself as Will. The great task of Old
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    • activity of the abnormal Spirits of Form should provoke too great a
    • Zeus and so achieved greatness. To them all external forms, all forms
    • great leader of humanity, Skythianos. This is the “Council”
    • greater, set itself the task of investigating the mysterious forces
    • old American Indians still preserves a memory of that great Atlantean
    • great in the Atlantean culture. What the Red Indian valued most
    • former greatness and majesty of a period which existed in the old
    • And this cooperative activity was called by the Atlanteans the Great
    • participate in this development. He held firm to the Great Spirit of
    • (who, in a remote past, had also known the Great Spirit) when a piece
    • for in his soul still dwelt the Great Spirit. The speech he made has
    • great. But there is something else which makes the Brown Man great;
    • it is the Great Spirit who speaks to him in the soughing of the wind,
    • who to us speaks truth. Yes, from the lips of the Great Spirit comes
    • great, they do not speak the truth.” Thus spoke the Indian
    • Great Spirit; Paleface is servant of the spirits who, in black shapes
    • between the conqueror and the last of the great chieftains of the Red
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    • the time of the gradual submergence of Atlantis, and the later great
    • Archai-being who then worked through intuition upon those great
    • the Time Spirit, from whom the great Zarathustra or Zoroaster, the
    • pluralism or monadology can offer the greatest possible variety. It
    • therefore of the greatest significance occurred in the fourth
    • epoch who still directs us today. He belongs to the great leading
    • Time Spirits, equally with those who were the great directing Time
    • became possible for the Time Spirit to manifest the greatest
    • Hence, because the great centre of spiritual inspiration was situated
    • at this place on Earth. There, in the remote past, was the great
    • lies the great significance which the understanding of this mythology
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    • the greatest nonsense. What happens as a rule when a person compares
    • of their essential being, he could be greatly mistaken, for a totally
    • evolution they had made great strides. Behind them lay a very long
    • the great difficulty which the peoples of the East experienced in
    • and endowed him with his psychic potentialities, and the greatest of
    • abnormal Archangels, as one of the great figures of renunciation in
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    • his desires and actions and causes him to suffer a greater
    • course the materialists of the present day will be greatly surprised
    • greater degree of error, than the corresponding astral perception
    • greatest historical events, the gradual loss of the old, unclouded
    • Baldur will be able to ensoul him again. In other words, the great
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 10. The Mission of Individual Peoples and Cultures in the Past, Present and Future.
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    • results of our investigation describe it in greater detail. We shall
    • great collective task. You will realize from what has been said that,
    • human ‘I’ to human ‘I’ was the great question
    • peninsulas, in France and Great Britain today, was necessary in order
    • Soul and the Spiritual Soul. Such was the great mission of those
    • The great worldwide achievements of a country such as Great Britain
    • will find that the great historical conquests of the inhabitants of
    • abstract theorist are mere thoughts, were to him great, mighty
    • soul and out of the forces of this body created his great
    • directly related to what in our earlier lectures we called the “Great
    • therefore, that these two civilizations, the two great polarities of
    • Chinese Empire, if one thinks of the Great Wall of China which sought
    • in the Chinese culture, a culture circumscribed by the Great Wall and
    • seemingly great, all-embracing idea which is at the same time an
    • culture with great devotion, thus looking forward prophetically to
    • the time when he will be able to unite something even greater with
    • epoch. There is perhaps no greater contrast than that eminently
    • Christian conception of the State which hovers as a great ideal
    • greater contrast than this idea of Solovieff's of a Christian
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    • has been preserved in the greatest purity in those sagas which arose
    • He made a great stir. Not only those who lived in his immediate
    • personality of Sabbatai. In the seventeenth century no great harm was
    • what was the truth. But in the twentieth century it would be a great
    • Fenris Wolf and Odin still persists. There will be no greater danger
    • one part of a greater whole — has been realized for the fifth
    • has sometimes been said that the name we give to the greatest Being
    • Meeting in Berlin when we had the great pleasure of seeing friends
    • will have caused no great harm if all who are assembled here from the
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    • vaguely exalted religious response to great powers of the universe;
    • think greatly influenced the course of our Middle European
    • become a ‘waste land’, the great, the overwhelming need
    • necessities of existence. However great our personal inclination for
    • great may be the authority which it enjoys, is like a tree that has
    • symbolical presentations of great spiritual impulses. To those who
    • the greatest wonders of Nature, she is an archetypal form which
    • capacities we tackle such a great work as this
    • The Great Initiates,
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    • goes into Greek mythology, the greater is one's respect,
    • me is under the control of the great Demeter. But Demeter sends these
    • looked up to the great Demeter, and in ancient Greece man was still
    • governed by Pluto, obtained a greater and greater influence on the
    • microcosm, an expression of the macrocosm, the great cosmos. As
    • to himself: ‘I gaze upwards to the great Demeter, and whenever
    • one great mass of superstition. What new life such profound and
    • of the Greek gods. That will be the greatest event for the future
    • etheric world which is to come. That is the greatest event of the
    • Herein lies the great
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    • glimpse, how it throws light upon those great figures and images and
    • look into the macrocosm, into the great world; the macrocosm gives
    • occult investigation in this direction is being pursued with greater
    • this script means to read the signs of the great world-wonders, which
    • guide us into the great world-secrets. Thereby we gradually acquire a
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    • the position of the three great gods, Zeus, Poseidon and Pluto in
    • were asked who were their great leaders they answered, ‘the
    • great leaders of civilisation were actually men (I am not now
    • which we still get a faint echo in the Vedas, we come to the great
    • Beings who, of all superhuman Beings, had the greatest need
    • the greatest independence and freedom; for they were hoping to attain
    • anew in human evolution, having meanwhile reached a greater degree of
    • voice of the Holy Rishis will come to pass in great glory and
    • great spiritual Beings who lead humanity forwards, whether as Angels,
    • spirituality with the greatest intensity could not become incarnated
    • of whose full greatness we can only be dimly aware. These stronger
    • That is the great
    • he detected the great longing which reaches out as a living bridge
    • distinguish these two things, then the greatest truth will throw
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    • reached their full development upon the Moon. That is the great
    • Jahve. Those were the two great poles of civilisation in the
    • over the whole macrocosm, every soul is there within the great
    • incarnations. It would be a great mistake to overlook a single word
    • particularly in this monologue it would be a great mistake not to
    • our hearts beat for the spiritual world and for its great ideals,
    • the younger Dionysos who made that great journey, his soul has
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    • Dionysos had to participate in the great Illusion, in maya.
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    • consciousness of it, something of great significance. This physical
    • all ages there have been great teachers of mankind who have remained unseen,
    • normal consciousness, to look upon the great Teacher. The aspirants
    • looked upon the great Teacher, who was not yet visible when they
    • need only recall that a great number of wise sayings are attributed
    • or illusion. Then we are told something which made a great impression
    • super-sensible world, and the maya, the great illusion, of
    • — emerged as Plato, the second great teacher of Greece, the
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    • able to bring to adequate expression the great wonders of the world.
    • that a man has to make great efforts to endure certain pieces of
    • ignorance, as man's greatest sin. He learns to acknowledge that
    • greater, until it will at length really be able to fulfil its
    • to bring these two currents into harmony great strength of soul is
    • brought upon yourself.’ Many men have a great longing to make
    • organs have reached the point of greatest densification in earthly
    • well see that there must be a great difference between these two
    • great Earth-sacrifice we can speak of a Sun-sacrifice in that a
    • Zarathustra's great merit to recognise ‘In the sun in the
    • great deed on Golgotha during the old Sun evolution, was first shown
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    • intended to represent the great riddle of human evolution, then you
    • Mysteries, who had to wrestle with the great riddle of the Sphinx.
    • pictorial image, one of the great symbols which have come down to us
    • the human being, will encompass him to a greater and greater extent,
    • Aura or Ahura Mazdao — the great wisdom-filled Spirit,
    • the great wisdom, the great aura. And then what up to that time had
    • even the history of civilisation will still be greatly enriched by
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    • turn. The great arrogance of our age which maintains that mythology
    • abstractions will not succeed in feeling this great impoverishment as
    • into our own soul-depths we feel ourselves to an ever greater extent
    • confronts the great danger of falling into immeasurable
    • great stumbling-block to an understanding of Spiritual Science. The
    • that important dissertation on the speech-centre which the great
    • right side. Are we not driven to say that it is the greatest possible
    • greater length about characteristic examples of this kind you would
    • look to; I am referring to the great macrocosmic Christ Impulse. We
    • the great illusion, she feels that within this maya there
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    • life of mankind, like a limb in a great organism. This is especially
    • great significance when we thus see how a uniform spiritual essence
    • a still greater inward deepening, the more we observe it in relation to
    • on account of Raphael's towering greatness.
    • world. The Sistine Madonna is one of the greatest and noblest works
    • in greater or lesser proximity to him in the kingdom of Nature. Man
    • Grimm, is the great Mystery to be met with in the outer world. Peace
    • Christ Impulse had reached a greater ripeness in his soul than in any
    • enter into greater and greater depths of inwardness.
    • the age of Raphael then read less, but they be held a great deal more.
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    • to observe that he is really a spectator to a far greater extent than
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    • years ago, — I mean Hermann Grimm, the nephew of the great philologist
    • in the great national epics.” Hence, for Hermann Grimm, the intellectual
    • the great, mighty figures, and whose observation of course the undoubted
    • — certainly in a more primitive but yet in a great and noble form
    • echo, and which in still earlier times existed in much greater measure.
    • grandmother and great-grandfather, in short, to that which is the result
    • the second part of Kalevala. Thus everything in this great national
    • active sense of spiritual culture, can perform immeasurably great service.
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    • and imperceptible to man himself, has very great importance for
    • the evolution of the cosmos. A great deal happens out there in the
    • from a particular constellation, meteors fall in great showers
    • for the gods: “That occurrence in the great expanse of space
    • approaching, there is a great raying-out of sulphur from the
    • forged. Men must come to see the great significance of the following
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    • continents are only floating, as it were, in this great watery
    • Earth from some other planet, it would appear to us as a great
    • us as a great water-drop in the midst of the universe.
    • us now consider this from a cosmic standpoint. What is this great
    • — just as ash falls down in our stoves — plays a great
    • stars in turn have a great influence on our head. Inasmuch as the Sun
    • that everything that occurred on the Earth had a great influence on
    • surface. Then, going out into the great spaces, we find a raying
    • great instinctive knowledge of nature and the spirit which
    • observe the course of the seasons is to follow the great cosmic
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    • Ahriman's intention — a single great entity into which
    • into the great spaces of the cosmos does not see in the moving
    • period, all this had great significance.
    • great influence in the past, the Ahrimanic beings have a prospect of
    • principle, the great world-therapy, which lives in the
    • World-Healer is felt: the Saviour who willed to lift the great evil
    • I have often said, the Great Physician in the evolution of mankind.
    • influence of the great teacher Raphael — who is really Mercury
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    • plays through our souls when we feel our way into great Uriel, active
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    • they wish to express their highest and greatest conceptions. But even
    • four great cosmic Imaginations, as I described them to you —
    • Raphael, the great cosmic physician, can give to mankind. For
    • this is a great secret: all the healing forces reside originally in
    • between the ages of seven and fourteen. There are great
    • really a great human secret. The forces that prevail in our breathing
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    • Christ with feelings of immeasurably greater fervour than is to
    • greatness has gone forth from Christ and that erudite
    • how his great Epic is all inwoven with the workings of the
    • Spiritual; think of the great figures of Socrates, Plato,
    • great cosmic setting, but of much simpler conceptions of
    • philosophy to-day seem mere child's play, so greatly do they
    • greatness and power entered the lists on behalf of
    • picture. Everything that is great in the Darwinian
    • education will not greatly impress us. What, then, is this
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    • art-forsaken, technical science, requires great courage and the
    • fallen asleep. The condition which spread with greater and
    • greater intensity over their souls had already then set in.
    • the near future when it will be possible to speak with greater
    • precision, when a great deal that can at present only be of the
    • far greater exactitude in the spiritual chronicle of
    • much more adequately and with greater precision. You will
    • be extracted with the very greatest difficulty and effort from
    • Christianity. It costs me great effort to make these pictures
    • character. And that is why it costs me great effort to discover
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    • approach this greatest of all Earth-mysteries. If we want to
    • intentions, to begin with, are altogether good, who is a great
    • ever greater likeness with this physical body. Notice once
    • the great universe. With the Christ Being the opposite is the
    • greater identity with the body of Jesus of Nazareth, in the
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    • silent — so silent, indeed, that he often caused great
    • the greatest discernment and concentration and gave astounding
    • going on, great and sublime thoughts, ethical truths, and above
    • for the Bath-Kol had greatly diminished in certain Rabbinic
    • clairvoyant impressions. Great and impressive clairvoyant
    • It was a great and significant vision into which Jesus of
    • great inner bitterness and sorrow. He saw these bare gates, but
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    • great inner change, the revolution that had taken place in his
    • nature, to the whole greatness and splendour of nature.
    • soul-treasures of human wisdom, of human culture, great moral
    • had often spoken with him about all the beauty and greatness of
    • was great and beautiful. Therefore in this conversation
    • She reminded him of the revival of the great Jewish doctrines,
    • and were to proclaim to our humanity the greatest of his
    • spoke of a man who had been a great teacher and whose words had
    • ancient prophets, nevertheless he was a great and profound
    • are always gazing at the great desert. The man who had laid the
    • could speak as the great Hillel spoke ... to-day there is
    • with these words came a realisation of all the greatness of the
    • were united into one and all that former greatness could be
    • the greatness and the grandeur of the Essene doctrine, of the
    • so greatly changed that the stepbrothers and other
    • It is sad, they said, for his knowledge was so great. True, he
    • once again, but now with an added greatness. And at the
    • great efforts to investigate this scene of the Temptation and
    • Nevertheless a great multitude now accompanied Christ Jesus as
    • given — who has won great respect simply because he is
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    • very great deal. Today I would like to choose out one particular
    • the great philosopher of ancient Greece, distinguished these four
    • man attains in the way of wisdom enables him to reap the greatest
    • a great distinction between the brain and the heart in their relation
    • and these have to make the greatest efforts within themselves,
    • way even the greatest and noblest works of art of the greatest poets
    • science these things will have to be developed in greater detail.
    • its greatest power.
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    • it would take a great many words to survey the triumphs of
    • great. It means that we must look upon thinking as something
    • shall attach the greatest value today is precisely one that has
    • Nowadays, when we look out at the world, we attach the greatest
    • centre of our consciousness, with a great effort of will,
    • find the systematic exercises described in greater detail
    • then does one see what a great service the so-called
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    • great problems in life, but life itself. They become the happiness
    • different form, to psychology itself. It would need a great
    • may say: for psychology, also, the great riddle of the
    • Now, however, a very great deal depends on our carrying over
    • greater strength gradually; and just as at first we
    • greater inward power, will be able to see further in the
    • great is external appearance and the laws we discover in the
    • us light and warmth; noble and great is our experience when we
    • inner law would be even nobler and greater than what we
    • which, here too, will discover greater and more potent laws;
    • but greater still is what is present and goes on in the
    • eternity, of the great riddle of the human soul, and thus of
    • psychology and to the great riddles of existence in relation to
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    • who gave simple expression to so much that men find great and
    • differentiated whole, a great deal has to be discovered about
    • is certainly a great disappointment to many who struggle to
    • this change the expression of great transformations in human
    • earth. We can perceive this presence in a great philosopher of
    • what was Goethe's great longing when, with what I would call
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    • semblance, the great illusion, maya. It would, however, be
    • great non-being, maya. But this in turn gives a particular
    • Even in Buddhism, which gained a far greater influence on
    • maya, and experience of the great illusion, the great
    • great value that, even though we may treat it as senile, we
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    • appeals, from Schopenhauer and others. A great deal of material
    • do without? — Those who gain great inner satisfaction
    • so great that the mystic will believe he is drawing from the
    • clouds, mere illusions. In these exist the greatest value we
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 6: Individual and Society
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    • great importance, precisely because of its inner structure, for
    • introduction. People at present talk a very great deal about
    • the day, the misery of the moment is so great that,
    • something. Never was there a greater perplexity in a society
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    • The greater part of public affairs is left to individual
    • great importance, which affects all the social structures of
    • — though in fact it has not been realized to any great
    • throughout the world are very much greater still, and that only
    • so many of these, a great deal survives in a disguised form, so
    • the Great War.
    • West, which in turn has adopted, to a greater or a lesser
    • something that later became a great flood, the influx of
    • the Great War, a notable Englishman pointed out how
    • to the great enigmas. Through civilizations that
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    • before the outbreak of the Great War, or during it. His
    • peninsula jutting out from a great continent.
    • secret places have exerted the greatest conceivable influence
    • subjugation of large numbers of people. A great deal has
    • properly, we shall naturally find a great deal that is
    • — became the great social question round which countless
    • it has on a sick man, if used in greater strength.
    • this light a great deal of labour within society which, though
    • great battle that is being fought over the division of labour
    • great spiritual advances have been possible only because we
    • There is a great deal of talk nowadays about the necessity of
    • association with others. But here precisely is the great
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    • There are, of course, self-deceivers, on a greater or lesser
    • great deal nowadays depends on whether the man who has to
    • — into the great modern means of acquiring knowledge of
    • time, played a much greater rôle in mankind's
    • should be like today. In primary education today, a great deal
    • linked with the great cosmos.
    • large number of men, we may hope to attain, in not too great a
    • great deal from those with scientific education, you set
    • in the West, or was at least until the Great War. Attention has
    • Then came a great mass of humanity who made will
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    • disturbed by the social aftermath of the Great War, I published my book
    • would be easy to point to a great deal that should be
    • widespread in life and results in a great deal of
    • decomposition. And man owes a great deal to them. To overcome
    • a given year will have changed so greatly, twenty years later,
    • Thus, in the social order that existed before the Great War,
    • help one a very great deal in the spiritual sphere, is not
    • right that the three great ideals of liberty, equality and
  • Title: Lecture: Pythic, Prophetic and Spiritual-Scientific Clairvoyance
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    • your thoughts when you are asleep. A great part of the activity of will
    • feel the greatest reverence.
    • A great deal of clairvoyance
    • pass when the keenest epicures, those who have the greatest longing
    • greater and greater in the state of sleep. And because longing fills
    • and good. The ancient Hebrew Prophets, for example who did such great
    • but fleetingly outside, are developed with all the greater intensity.
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    • asleep. A great part of the activity of will while man is awake is
    • which we should always feel the greatest reverence.
    • A great deal of clairvoyance is nothing
    • the keenest epicures, those who have the greatest longing for
    • physical body becomes ever greater and greater in the state of
    • good. The ancient Hebrew Prophets, for example, who did such great
    • with all the greater intensity. Since the Anthroposophical Society
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    • after us, in future times, will see greater than we ourselves
    • how, in reality, St. Augustine with a far greater justification
    • to the great secret of Birth and Death. That is considered by
    • connection between Birth and Death in the great Cosmic life
    • shall now hare to make a great jump. Just as we hare
    • Auguste Comte is to a great extent representative of a certain
    • Comte is representative of a great portion of the philosophical
    • so Comte tried to present a like harmony in his great work on
    • features, He occupied himself a great deal with the founding of
    • with a great sweep, according to the basic principles of
    • anyone who knows life to-day, knows that no great number of
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    • of the community will be the greater, the less the individual claims for
    • together, the well-being of the community will be the greater,
    • textual irregularities, represents a great enrichment —
    • only in those areas to which one retreats from the great common
    • Theosophy that it wants to stand apart from the great
    • which are active in the great world-all are also active in the
    • There is no greater mark of poverty than when someone who
    • out a great deal on what is right. What are people around us
    • portray it in its direst colors, is greater than it was in
    • greatly changed. And there, if we study the question thus, we
    • is necessary to get to know the great laws of life. What has
    • We must study and understand why the souls of the great masses
    • who is able to look into the soul is one who, in the great
    • German naturalist and philosopher.] have brought us great
    • The great laws that are to be realized in the future show us
    • of these great world laws that can be a guide for us is the law
    • The greatest needs of the human being of today were embodied in
    • consumption. Here a great comprehensive worldwide law about
    • time work has greatly changed its form.
    • common consumption. This brings about a greater freedom
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    • philosophy. A great tide in art can only come from a profound
    • illuminating the world. I should have to go into great detail
    • enter into great detail were I to describe all the impulses
    • certain greatness, because it has wonderfully studied old forms
    • like an outer husk, built round those great buildings which
    • expended their energy upon it — for a great deal of
    • ourselves anew and with the greatest solemnity to remain true
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    • the manner of nature. A great and truly heroic idea which sufficiently
    • significant through their application, and throw great light
    • philosophy is. In fact there could not be a greater contrast than
    • and Fichte — two great contrasts unite in Goethe, and he seems
    • great voice cries
    • There are a great number of attempts to solve the riddles
    • Canary in her neighbourhood, and had taken great care not to
    • Like the pointer of a great Sun-dial, he is held fast in the middle
    • is the great task of his existence.’ And then Schiller tries
    • great means of education, a means of aesthetic education, a freeing
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    • shall see there is a great difference between the two. Take, for
    • initiated into Goethe's meaning, once, at the time of the great
    • his secret revelation there also, where he brings his great
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    • went to Weimar and owing to his position there entered the great
    • personality, now we see before us a great conflict carried on
    • reminded of the great dramatic representation of man's life
    • passage through the great world, but in such a way that the second
    • which he had erected to the ‘great God’ of Nature, a
    • greatest nonsense, and at that time it was most difficult to
    • had developed an intuitive mind. He must have been greatly pleased
    • These mysterious signs and words must have made a great
    • developing in ever greater refinement. But it was not easy to find
    • centuries, when studious lives were led, we find a great
    • the mystics with great pains, to miss the way and being unable to
    • which copies the great world. But Goethe had studied the many
    • book is turned over and in place of the sign of the great world,
    • ‘So much is certain, the old artists had quite as great a
    • peace. These great works of art were produced according to true and
    • It is not surprising if nothing is discovered of the great
    • greatest.
    • conscious of the great difference between people who had been
    • the great world. We see too from out the experiences of Goethe's
    • ‘Faust’ side by side. For great and powerful wisdom
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    • passage of some great words spoken thousands of years ago; words
    • called it ‘Ahura Mazdao,’ ‘The great
    • at the sun, and feeling the world full of spirit, spoke the great
    • what is the highest in the world, what He, the Great, Ahura Mazdao,
    • Now Faust is to go into the great world with the gifts he
    • Such a man, steeping himself in the whole great course of human
    • as he enters the great world where decisions affecting the world
    • bring people to a condition of great confusion. We shall see best
    • little, but in truth it is saying a great deal. For usually between
    • same time conscious in the spiritual world. The two great
    • of the effect of the powers throughout the great world.
    • in his higher state of consciousness is led to the great powers in
    • when like all great minds, he makes his own words. Then one will be
    • also expressed himself — and as a great warning for all who
    • other. In two successive poems Goethe has expressed, like a great
  • Title: World History: Lecture I: Evolution of the Soul and of Memory
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    • ‘Out of the whole great cosmic existence the Gods have created,
    • became a matter of great moment to him. The way in which he was
    • great experience it was for him, and one of deep meaning, when
    • and more powerful than the abstract knowledge of the greatest
    • are in reality relating how the great heroes went forth from
  • Title: World History: Lecture II: Mysteries of 'Asia'
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    • great change came about which brought in a new kind of memory,
    • from West to East, should conquer — often with great
    • death. And this led to that great conflict between the Greeks
  • Title: World History: Lecture III: Asiatic Mysteries of Ephesus, Gilgamesh and Eabani
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    • described, five great successive epochs of civilisation,
    • period, great changes took place in regard to man's power of
    • and soul still to a great extent outside his physical and
    • great deal of the knowledge that came from that sojourn in the
    • preserved also in great measure the living knowledge that was
    • cosmic world of those Spiritual Beings Who were the first great
    • that was of very great significance. He came to a region that
    • of course greatly changed since those far off times. Gilgamesh
    • great connections in the Universe, into the spiritual structure
    • conditions had been. To-day we look upon the Earth as a great
    • of great cosmic secrets. There was in them moreover a strong
    • Alexander the Great
    • of Aristotle and Alexander the Great, then one can begin to
  • Title: World History: Lecture IV: Atlantean Wisdom in the Mysteries of Hibernia, Gilgamish and Eabani at Ephesus, Logos Mysteries of Artemis at Ephesus
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    • knowledge. And so once more they came to a great moment when
    • broke like a great wave on the souls of these two. They
    • shall have to see how Alexander the Great and Aristotle lived
    • indeed that held great tragedy for them. The fact is, Alexander
    • pass through Alexander the Great.
    • Lamprecht's poem, who in his own way with great devotion,
    • Standing before that great female figure in the Hibernian
    • Aristotle we may see at the same time a reflection of the great
    • intimate way to pupils, of the great Mysteries of the past. But
  • Title: World History: Lecture V: Mysteries of the East, West, and of Ephesus
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    • great change that took place in the character of the Mysteries
    • able, from their own vision, to reveal great and important
    • Aristotle had still to give to Alexander the Great. An
    • have a living connection with the great Universe, with the
    • who had this great experience acquired a feeling that may be
    • Greece the great and awful Realities had disappeared. Pictures
    • the great world-events and of the great world-Beings.
    • on the animals with the greatest possible compassion, they have
    • great and ancient truths could still be brought near to men;
    • was in Alexander the Great had come into close contact with the
    • many another great philosopher; Plato, too, and Pythagoras.
    • later in Aristotle and Alexander the Great were in Ephesus a
    • and Alexander the Great, there was living in the first place
    • especially in the soul of Alexander the Great, that is to say,
    • of him who afterwards became Alexander the Great.
    • between Alexander the Great and Aristotle, in a new form.
    • showed you how the mission of Alexander the Great was inspired
    • now we see what Alexander the Great is really doing, and doing
    • he goes, Alexander the Great not only adopts the customs of the
    • Egypt, are the best known and have had the greatest
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    • the Mystery of Golgotha another great event took place, which
    • also the day on which Alexander the Great was born. At the end
    • inspiring them. Those powerful and great personalities in the
    • Alexander the Great had received the impulse towards
    • make: the human soul took the greatest delight in fetching up
    • manner to write down the great events of the world, — all
    • such ideas of Him. But by far the greater part of Western
    • the old materialism — and a great part of mankind does
    • you must know that great spiritual forces were at work in
    • Aristotle and Alexander the Great placed themselves in direct
    • that meant a great deal. For Aristotle's works have a character
    • no doubt, have received a great deal from them, but in a way
    • another angle the great change we are considering. In Greece
    • the movements of the gymnast, but it lives in a great part of
    • still living in these last and youngest children of the great
  • Title: World History: Lecture VII: The Fifteenth Century and the Transition from Mind-Soul to Spiritual-Soul
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    • he last great
    • persisted; though degenerate, it was still present in greater
    • Until the time of the last great revolution in men's
    • was still a clear perception of the great difference that
    • certain metals show themselves in greater or less degree. For
    • student of Nature was fully aware of the very great importance
    • his relation with the great world is concerned; he lives
    • of the whole macrocosm. All around is the great world; and in
    • in from the great world from every direction.
    • this manner we shall have to alter our thought about a great
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    • sank then the Deed of Him Who was capable of the greatest Love
    • greatest comfort that could ever be to me on Earth. For in that
    • expressed the great comfort they had received, and from this
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    • be connected with great responsibility.
    • beings have resulted in knowledge calling for great
    • in the form of historical tradition that things of the greatest
    • with what I have called the seed of great and essential
    • well give rise to a sense of great responsibility. And here in
    • greater the courage with which to conduct the affairs of
    • the world that has achieved some measure of greatness is born
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    • contemptuously, or at least with great doubt. The
    • great questions of existence present themselves when a man
    • humanness, — those great questions of existence
    • now the great question concerning a knowledge of spirit may be
    • us imagine that we are in a great city where there is a
    • greater harmony into our relation with the demands of the moral
    • pain at its loss would not have been so great, for then one
    • The pain of those who loved it is so great that it cannot be
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    • present constitute the Nature of the future. It is a great delusion
    • This is connected with many things: and a great
    • consists in the greatest happiness of the greatest number of human
    • mind: — “The good consists in the greatest happiness of
    • the greatest number of human beings on the Earth.” That
    • greatest happiness of the greatest number, evil must then consist
    • in the greatest happiness of the least number.
    • case evil would be the greatest happiness of the least number, and
    • 1st. The great Fetish.
    • 2nd. The great Medium.
    • 3rd. The great Being.
    • And he says: the great Fetish is the
    • Mother-bosom of humanity in space. Space itself is the great Medium
    • out of which humanity comes. The great Being, the last person in
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    • a great spiritual being having the earth as physical
    • the greatest value, my dear friends, because it does not
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    • ask: What significance has all this? It has a great
    • clairvoyance is also of great value to investigate in this
    • would greatly err. Just as little as the riddles of the world
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    • apathy which passes everything by and occasions great moral
    • to think with greater readiness of what is spiritual and to
    • great dangers to be found at this point should be
    • truth is something which must, to a great extent, be lacking
    • extreme, and not universal to any great extent, still the
    • for great spiritual truths. Although Anthroposophy is still
    • uncultivated human being, is but little affected by the great
    • Christ-impulse. We see humanity in perspective like a great
    • great organism, and through their own deeds form their
    • foundations, in the course of earthly evolution, for a great
    • reasonable world may be considered as a great immortal
    • Through the Mystery of Golgotha the greater individual
    • with a great immortal individual. The thought that the
    • great individual, is realised in the second principle:
    • you away and separates you from the great individual, you
    • great immortal individual in the way above described, that
  • Title: Karma of Vocation: Lecture I
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    • but all contributes to great cosmic processes.
    • great impulse was still to be
    • So Goethe came upon the great man without his wig, standing
    • to see the great problems and questions of human life. He
    • belies the recurring belief that a great spirit, living in the
    • important, but he did not live in a large state. No great
    • for was felt to be a great relief. To get into such a
    • a greater man than the pedants. The fact that he was made
    • persons who are, in greater or lesser degree, merely the
    • see, Goethe had taken up Herder's great idea to study the
    • Goethe also exposed himself to the influence of the great works
    • his soul all the intimacies of the great art of the
    • previously felt and surmised now took form. Scenes of great
    • to make Faust greater than Goethe made him and more useful for
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    • but all contributes to great cosmic processes.
    • stand to make of them an altar to the great God of Nature? He
    • to the great God of Nature. How impressive and beautiful is
    • Goethe individuality was far greater than what could be taken up and
    • form greatly but takes life and retouches it a little. Through
    • do not have to suppose that the poet must always be as great as
    • his work, anymore than a father must be as great in forces of
    • his relatives of his greatness in his advanced old age of
    • and cannot feel what is truly great. But, if we feel
    • interrelationships are far greater than is generally supposed.
    • this perfectly well. The great poet cannot; he needs to be
    • great world conception, ascribed by Goethe to Faust! Only
    • shall also learn that the laws we discover in great
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    • but all contributes to great cosmic processes.
    • cord, and between our ego and ganglionic system. To a greater
    • sorts of things, about a highly educated dog that made a great
    • not pursue this further, but all this caused the greatest
    • these various animals performed feats of arithmetic. A great
    • system, are greatly impaired during the waking life of day. But
    • way; that is, the life that arises from the great achievements
    • however, is just what happens to a greater or lesser degree in
    • creation of the great spirits are related to the unconscious
    • writing his great mystical-philosophical views, he was working
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    • but all contributes to great cosmic processes.
    • concepts regarding the karma of vocation. Of even greater
    • imagine, in the work that occupies the greater part of their
    • significantly great for the evolution of the world the very
    • would, however, be a great deception should one draw such a
    • would be one of the greatest mistakes that could be made to
    • people today if we present them with the great advantage of
    • is necessary for an ever greater number of individuals in the
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    • but all contributes to great cosmic processes.
    • To be sure, a great deal lies below in the depths of consciousness.
    • greater depths, the utterly irrational, as it is said. The
    • theological psychoanalysts take great satisfaction especially
    • the region of the elemental. Yet it is of great importance to
    • all, to be sure, but a great part of what causes a human being
    • said, not all, but a great part of what thus appears in the
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    • but all contributes to great cosmic processes.
    • Vischer, the author of Auch Einer and the great
    • Vischer became, in a sense, a great and famous man who
    • greatness. So it seems really out of order for someone to write
    • instructive: first, because he is really a great and gifted
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    • but all contributes to great cosmic processes.
    • not too obtuse. A great deal of emphasis is placed today on the
    • the greatest importance to the scientific theory of heredity
    • greater measure. While circumstances are thus developing, he
    • the greatness of the human soul, but of becoming equal in its
    • however, and what causes the greatest fear of all, we might
    • it represents for outer maya, for the great illusion, but the
    • particular, the greatest fear was that Blavatsky, provided she
    • ahrimanic powers succeeded in eliminating a great deal. Well,
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    • but all contributes to great cosmic processes.
    • great importance to having him well-instructed. He studied the
    • Greek philosopher who had hitherto been so greatly honored.
    • great importance. For this service I remain always under
    • three great works I have on my hands so that I may publish
    • in this special field greater, more general, and more lasting
    • not believe that I could have greater leisure elsewhere than I
    • a support for my life, if I should meet a great prince who
    • that are, perhaps, of far less significant value have a great
    • service to a Prince or a great Lord, and to anyone dependent
    • can in great part save, since I obtain a large supplementary
    • lessons. I have a far greater longing for more free time than
    • great man. He himself — it was on February 3, 1613 — composed
    • February 18, 1564, the great Galileo was born. His father,
    • lectured with great distinction on mathematics and related
    • great significance for the earth. What, then, was the substance
    • the great law of repeated earthly lives.
    • conducive to producing the greatest number of descendants may
    • played a great deal of music with his ten musical sons. No one
    • can go all the way back to the great grandfather of Johann
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    • but all contributes to great cosmic processes.
    • the far greater extension of their memory that they can guide
    • little; something of which he speaks a great deal at times but
    • case among the Masons, a great deal of nonsense is practiced;
    • words, certain word formulas, that had a greater effect than
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    • but all contributes to great cosmic processes.
    • in time and space belongs to the realm of maya, the great
    • to maya, the great illusion, and we must place this
    • into the human mind, we must admit, only with great difficulty.
    • great mysteries of cosmic existence, that a divine element was
    • were, a greater heaviness than it would have possessed if this
    • in ancient times is greatly underestimated. It was subdued and
    • itself in maya, the great deception. Only a clear understanding
    • telling me!” In other words, the Turks know a great deal more
    • most renowned scientific personalities of England, the great
    • attacked in America. One can accomplish a great deal if one
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    • own that they are thinking of a great world machinery.
    • forces of this great world machinery is ruling and working;
    • great number of these learned men who represent such special
    • Priest brought forward something of the greatest interest. He
    • great cosmic event that must be understood. Before the
    • is connected with the great spiritual mystery.
    • green in diagram.) This, however, is to a great extent
    • the greatest part is also present in the prototype.
    • constitution of man the greatest materialist is the head.
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    • incarnation. In this map you would be able to read a great
    • extinguished. Before that year, however, man knew a great
    • would see as the cosmic tableau — as the great cosmic
    • still talk of, as great ideals. We can do this from the time
    • great would-be Caesar, Woodrow Wilson. All that is talked of
    • filling men's heads farther removed from the great cosmic
    • bourgeoisie increasingly loses interest in the great
    • questions of world outlook. These great questions are indeed
    • spiritual that would prefer to relegate all great questions
    • time from the text books, or any books written by the great
    • him, a lawsuit that made a great deal of stir in Rome and was
    • that day what was great in politics, and at the same time see
    • speaking as having had so great an influence on politics from
    • wielding indeed this great influence but drawing down his
    • we are now coming to a great and pregnant question.
    • with the great spiritual world. Everything betraying this
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    • beyond having nothing to having debts. It is a great weakness
    • something of the greatest and can serve to describe man's
    • Maya, the great illusion.
    • the great significance of the transition from that
    • scientific books, and it is taken as a great and significant
    • is foolish, but today it counts for great wisdom.
    • not be grasped with abstract concepts; this was the great
    • shock. This was the great shock and the deep cleft that
    • gives a great political survey of how social conditions ought
    • the great fundamental questions of the day, with which men
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    • and they look upon it as a great achievement, that this
    • is at the back of the great crisis we are going through now;
    • able to come in, and to show the great connections; because
    • I wanted to throw into the discussion to-day. A very great
    • economy; and that is the point. There are a great many
    • picture post-cards, and I write a great many: it contributes
    • It has not got a great many books, which are in great demand;
    • [Spoken during the time of the great inflation
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    • attended for the greater part by working men only. The
    • really a great deal here, which was thrown to the winds,
    • when I concluded a great number of my speeches in those days
    • arrangement. So great is the external power of the State
    • get further, when people have hearts and minds for the great
    • great motor forces to-day.
    • said a great deal to the same effect before now, and all in
    • vain; — namely that it is a question of the great motor
    • bringing the great world-moving questions of the day really
    • towards a great many movements of all kinds. I myself could
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    • out with the greatest hopes of achieving something, but soon
    • Such examples he describes in great numbers, and others have
    • exercises is a great help in enabling something to happen.
    • great mistake to imagine that the scientist of spirit becomes a
    • means a great deal to those who look at life in a one-sided
    • great discovery that we make.
    • For they indeed make great demands upon us. We have to take
    • the rocks of human evolution, however great the pressure
    • through, however great the weight of opposition and slander
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    • great family, to cut each other to pieces. This judgment, the
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    • Germany who were deceived and thought he was a great man for
    • says, who perhaps even make great mistakes. What Grimm and
    • great difference — on the one hand a personal
    • Wilson could offer no greater proof of what he described as
    • being, inasmuch as he belongs to the great dream of history
    • evolved, and that a great change then comes about, under whose
    • happens in history when we are able to appreciate such great,
    • science of spirit certainly leads to the great religious
    • if they found that we have constantly to speak about the great
    • out of the great spirit out of which they spoke then?
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    • greater conviction concerning the dependence of the thinking
    • real dreams, but dreams that have great power over our inner
    • only to a far greater degree — thinking something through
    • greater detail on another occasion, I would only stress now
    • immersed itself for a time in the greatness of the scientific
    • has led science to its great successes does not lead us beyond
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    • answering the great riddles of existence, which natural science
    • what is meant by the great picture of our lives described here,
    • which has great importance for further research. One becomes
    • soul and spirit. The great moment now comes in such research,
    • life. A great alteration in the nature of the will can then be
    • great opaque eye. Through such exercises of the will, our
    • expressed by the great educators of the nineteenth
    • alone. Like a great threat, there hangs over our entire
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    • the great questions of life take on a new character in each
    • century, for a solution to the great mysteries of man were
    • wonderfully advanced laws of physics and chemistry. The great
    • let us examine where this approach with its great hopes has
    • of the ways of approach, with its great hopes. We see as it
    • were, these great hopes disappearing into the world of
    • of space that we can add nothing toward answering the great
    • another sphere there have been just as great hopes, and
    • think of the great hopes people had with the advent of the
    • great as is the difference between the various species we see
    • think that Naegeli, the great botanist, was really a one-sided
    • great pupils of Haeckel, the most radical exponent of
    • honest and conscientious, do we not have to admit as the great
    • great and shattering truths which stand at the start of every
    • the soul, active solely in the life of the mind. After a great
    • life is let go, it enters into much greater depths of our life
    • anthroposophy, climbs to greater heights, and it must be
    • science of spirit. Thus also the son of the great Johann
    • with great care and immerse ourselves in their manifoldness.
    • people had the greatest hopes of gaining a new view of the
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    • great contrast, of which humanity should become aware,
    • Races, so we can now distinguish these great types. The
    • the one who was so greatly praised for the idea of having
    • can say the pre-Caesar greatness of old Rome has re-arisen in
    • present age makes great demands on man's capacity for
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    • Earth; to make the Earth a great organic being endowed with
    • become — no longer one great organism with unified common
    • caricature of the Old Moon, to turn it into a great organism
    • are contained as in a great common Nirvana. Or, on the other
    • the other Educational Institutes. Just consider the great
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    • a state of evolving. When the Great Flood of Atlantis had
    • a great step forward. It was the same in the second
    • example, during the Egypto-Chaldean period man had a great
    • for they may do great harm to what actually has to come
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    • page he finds a great deal to grumble at because the tone of
    • we are living, to a greater extent than we realise, within a
    • found in the Earth. When the great Atlantean flood had
    • not yet discovered and a great deal still rests in the bosom
    • humanity. A great deal too has already been said and has not
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    • conceive of the Earth as s great sphere in universal space,
    • very great deal will have to be done in the future if we are
    • incorrect theories have made the illusions far greater than
    • sense; but it must do so again to a greater degree. Men must
    • consciousness will be of great significance, especially
    • great deal of abstract talking today about the ages or
    • about and written about in the present day has no greater
    • judge with greater kindliness and not to be so critical,
    • spread. And a great many other things are connected with this
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    • and greater seriousness since the middle of the fifteenth
    • me to the speaker's desk and left a great many still outside
    • real knowledge of man's being which scares the great majority
    • the small in the great, the great in the small and not to
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    • A great deal
    • given greater prominence. This something, a potentiality in
    • greater prominence and what is held together in a higher life
    • attack us and tell us a great deal, the blue colours take the
    • Naturalistic art therefore offers us a great deal that has no
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    • mystery and charm, opening up vistas into great depths of
    • gives form to the spoken word by greater or less emphasis, by
    • great significance for man, namely, the line through the
    • called the temple of the soul. Such expressions contain great
    • to be capable of mastering the great tasks approaching him
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    • true. In the first three years of life we learn a very great deal; we
    • and a great deal more besides. In those first three years we learn very
    • very great deal of knowledge is absorbed from the world outside and
    • our being of a very great deal, and an adjustment must be brought about
    • of amassing a great deal of knowledge of the external world has arisen
    • that this feeling has not as yet developed in humanity to any great
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    • apathy which passes everything by and occasions great moral
    • to think with greater readiness of what is spiritual and to
    • great dangers to be found at this point should be
    • truth is something which must, to a great extent, be lacking
    • extreme, and not universal to any great extent, still the
    • for great spiritual truths. Although Anthroposophy is still
    • uncultivated human being, is but little affected by the great
    • Christ-impulse. We see humanity in perspective like a great
    • great organism, and through their own deeds form their
    • foundations, in the course of earthly evolution, for a great
    • reasonable world may be considered as a great immortal
    • Through the Mystery of Golgotha the greater individual
    • with a great immortal individual. The thought that the
    • great individual, is realised in the second principle:
    • you away and separates you from the great individual, you
    • great immortal individual in the way above described, that
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    • from ever new aspects this greatest of all secrets in
    • which would have been of great and fundamental interest to
    • in which the first great teachers of human evolution lived
    • ancient great teachers came; but through the decision of these
    • then appeared put the greatest emphasis not on written
    • great deal of this has been lost. But even more has been lost
    • stammering words, for our languages do not offer greater
    • greater inner activity.
    • was entrusted to the first disciples. And the further great and
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    • The greatest Avatar-Being Who has lived on earth, as you can
    • is the center that in the ancient Hebrew narrative a great part
    • explain a great deal to us. We have to do with a very exalted
    • little consideration is given to a fact of very great
    • physical relics are emphasized. Just consider what great
    • themselves listened to the pupils of the Apostles. Great value
    • What great prominence was given to
    • greatest importance was attached.
    • people who would have considered it the greatest folly had they
    • into a great number of people; because it was granted to
    • great historical law which should be of special importance for
    • Here we see a great historical fact
    • wisdom which is the primordial wisdom of the Great Avatar, of
    • greatest Avatar-Being, the Christ descended to earth. Let us
    • of existence. What the human being is in particular, the great
    • future; it will offer humanity far greater things, and the
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    • enters into such regions, where there is a greater peace within
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture I: The Significance of Supersensible Knowledge Today
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    • great variety of age groups are represented in the audience,
    • great philosophy or world outlook has arisen out of the
    • the great religions. Spiritual science, while resting on its
    • to show that all the great world religions are based on the
    • Greater
    • has a greater ennobling effect on the human soul because it
    • faced with greater issues and unable to cope even with
    • another. Another point of great interest was the way the
    • science, advancing as it does at great speed, a center of
    • Jesus, the greatest founder of religion in modern times.
    • These cultures became great because their exponents
    • divine origin, and that death is vanquished. All the great
    • on which they are founded. The great creative works of
    • winter. They will throw light not only on the great
    • solutions to the great riddles and questions that will burden
    • posed by life with great force. Already in the near future,
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    • problems are bound to increase as time goes on. The great
    • living creature is a small world that mirrors the great
    • world of light the workings of the great cosmic laws.
    • fashion, the great cosmic laws are perceived. Yet this
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    • greatest riddles. When attempts are made to find meaning in
    • brought together, one of which the greater part of humanity
    • other one of life's greatest benefits.
    • appears as a testing, as an incentive to greater striving. In
    • portrays more sublimely than the tragedy the greatest human
    • large part of humanity as the greatest in history. The event
    • the other. Nothing provides greater understanding than
    • process of destruction occurs; if great enough, the outcome
    • effect on a person. Through the great law of destiny, karma,
    • story of Job, pain and suffering are shown to lead to greater
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    • encompasses a great many things. It is a time when all the
    • matters greatly what it sees and hears and generally absorbs.
    • have no effect whatever. But of the greatest significance is
    • taken money from a cashbox; greatly disturbed, they thought
    • greatly. It is far more important to refrain from doing what
    • Great care must
    • still rooted in the astral covering, it matters greatly what
    • mature is one of life's greatest riddles; those who find
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    • life's greatest riddle, so much so that the individual who
    • could solve it would have solved also the other great riddle,
    • greatest concentration of urges and cravings, that is,
    • immediately, its tolerance greatly increases. We cannot avoid
    • illness, is greater strength. When the illness is overcome,
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    • to Alexander the Great.
    • Alexander the Great (356-323 B.C.) was king
    • which great spiritual teachers have appeared among men. Buddha,
    • greater, a fact we find preserved in heroic legends and
    • great teachers was self-evident to the human soul. It is bad;
    • it does great harm if the child doubts the teacher. The
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    • Friedrich Hölderlin (1770–1843) was among the greatest
    • have great suggestive power over weaker personalities, can
    • sense, and the more numerous and greater the talents and
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    • are capable of developing spiritual forces of greater
    • discovered, and the doctors were greatly alarmed; she showed
    • therefore also the greatest healer.
    • Spiritual Being is the greatest healer. From Christ is born
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    • the greatest truths, but even more than other great truths it
    • an organ, a tool; and self-knowledge becomes ever greater the
    • perfected. Some people enter life possessing great talents,
    • the greatest importance that everything in the environment of
    • deepest reverence and respect is of great significance for
    • great inner strength that matures under the influence of the
    • for later life than an absence of feelings of great hopes and
    • more spiritual. All this is certainly greatly enhanced and
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    • uphold that the great work of the Rosicrucians is to be
    • Rosicrucianism contains things of far greater import. Rather
    • mysteriously told, Paracelsus, the great medieval physician
    • sworn to secrecy. That is also why nothing of great
    • The great secret is revealed of what “ultimately holds
    • impart the holy secrets of existence to great masses of
    • method developed by the Rishis, the great spiritual teachers
    • millennia the great masters of wisdom who guide mankind's
    • Becoming one with the macrocosm or great world
    • philosophers of great renown tell us that human beings cannot
    • vertical beam. Plato, the great philosopher of antiquity,
    • level the great future ideal of mankind, attainable when the
    • am going to say will give you a great deal of insight into
    • of the changed breath has become great enough. This will take
    • carbon that will be a person's future body. A great mystery
    • is within us is like a copy of the great archetype that
    • of great significance is between the eyebrows at the root of
    • speak. The power to recognize the great World-Self is
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    • always been so. The great mystics of the early Christian
    • Ruhe fand). These words already reveal a great deal
    • B.C.) was a great Athenian dramatist
    • great dramas, seen by those who had been admitted to the
    • to be a great, beautiful, worthy and estimable unity; when
    • onwards to ever greater heights and more perfect stages of
    • to ever greater perfection. He becomes entangled in matter
    • it with great power in his dramas. Only someone with his
    • sphere that reveals his greatness as he searched for the true
    • Wagner's great ideal and the sense in which he wanted to
    • Parsifal we witness, powerfully presented, great
    • Wagner had a deep awareness of the great mysteries connected
    • events of greatest significance. In France, Scotland, England
    • great individuality, in the anonymous sage who continued to
    • associated with great individuality, and is always known by a
    • you in concepts that point to a greater perspective. A figure
    • Wagner an inkling of the great teaching that flourished in
    • Greatest Healing Wonder
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    • A modern person, however great his faith, can have no notion
    • could come. People saw the Bible as dealing with great world
    • in great contrast to the usual experience of those who
    • structure, there is greater similarity between the lowest
    • spoke about it as a great heresy in 1859. This view influenced
    • just as real. The difference he sees is just as great between
    • developing to ever greater perfection forces that are
    • initiate is actually greater than the difference between the
    • someone who possessed greater knowledge than anyone else.
    • In the course of time the initiate will lead a great number
    • greater insight, till finally the pupil became an initiate.
    • subject is dealt with in great detail. There are many reasons
    • various people are similar This fact contains a great secret,
    • a great mystery. The people always looked up to their
    • greater detail from the viewpoint of spiritual science, and
    • further back we go in human history, the greater the
    • infinite greatness. It is this aspect of a person's being
    • I” in all its greatness and might, and you have an idea
    • Jesus of Nazareth in its highest glory. He was the greatest
    • He is that to which striving mankind looks up as the greatest
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    • reproductions (Rudolf Steiner's drafts of the great dome in the first
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    • make the greatest effort to form his ideas and concepts.
    • great majority of men did hot realise this, yet they
    • great majority of men, the gods, the spiritual beings, were, so
    • Greek philosophy, then the great masses of men coming from the
    • shall find that American science greatly differs from European
    • great masses of people to-day, who rush forward to assert their
    • which are only now beginning to appear, whereas the great
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    • greatest event on earth must be drawn out of the depths of
    • of Nazareth made the great sacrifice of placing his purified
    • fulfilled all his great deeds within the body of Jesus.
    • received a drop from the same being, greatly resembled each
    • a part of the great Fire Spirit who had poured out his drops on
    • great teachers who had preceded him, by Buddha, by the last
    • great deal of what lived in the surroundings of man. They had
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    • YEAR'S COURSE AS A SYMBOL FOR THE GREAT COSMIC YEAR.
    • year, to follow certain great laws governing the course of
    • of the consciousness pertaining to the great being of the
    • senses, cannot know anything of this great consciousness of the
    • far wider consciousness and far greater thoughts than we. And
    • consciousness of the plants. You see, plants cannot have great
    • over to a still greater mystery. You know that we are living in
    • humanity on earth celebrated a new year, a great cosmic new
    • beginning of a new cosmic year upon the earth. It was a great
    • scale to the New Year upon a great cosmic scale, from the
    • symbol for the great mysteries of the cosmos.
    • its own cycle, namely the great cosmic year mentioned by
    • when our souls will pass through the great Cosmic New Year, we
    • for the great end of the year which closes a cycle of twelve
    • for the great cosmic course, for the cycle which
    • for the great COSMIC course, which encompasses all the
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    • which can enable us to take greater connections of history into consideration.
    • say — is too great. Then one has to envelop the tumor through
    • to understand the great historical connections, one has to be able at
    • cognition presents a great unity. One can descend from what has to be
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    • of the earth have too great an influence on him. Mow one simply imparts
    • at the great turn in the first half of the 15th century that one did
    • This also has its forerunners. The great German philosopher Johann Gottlieb
    • people declare this up to a certain age and then become even greater
    • the Mystery of Golgotha. That is the great cosmic Mystery of the newer
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    • — which is now happening in many places from a great many
    • slightest way deny the great value and significance of progress
    • knew how to look after it. The legend attaches great
    • as well have taken this from great world events as from
    • something took place in the soul that was of far greater
    • very great deal more, though not consciously. You will
    • of a great deal that happens to us in the supersensible realm
    • This can also create great confusion if we do not watch out.
    • supersensible world to some great good fortune for those
    • Just imagine, a book has just been published by the great
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    • fact, it is a great work of art created by a very talented man.
    • work of art through divine inspiration has done a great deal of
    • work of art, one that has great inner value, because it might
    • greatest inclination to ask about everything, “What was
    • Faust is a great work of art, one that is tantamount to
    • and great beauty in this insipid nonsense and know how to
    • to a great number of boys. These boys might in their turn have
    • have emphasized in some of my lectures that many a great
    • considered great in centuries to come, whereas people who have
    • to be a great work of art and in a certain way judged it
    • greater significance than what is presented to our senses. What
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    • pupils, you acquire greater capacities to understand the
    • recorded what great progress had been achieved by the first two
    • accomplished things of far greater significance than the pupils
    • greater capacities I thus acquire will help me achieve what I
    • to call. So we certainly see a great deal of necessity in what
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    • should play a great part in human life, the domain of
    • difficulty. You know, the great Spinoza said that when we look
    • punishment.” Now a great many theories have been
    • greatest freedom of all is to obey historical necessity! For if
    • of greater value than those things he did exactly as they
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    • the greater part of humanity only for the past few centuries,
    • saw it to a far greater extent than now in animals and also in
    • observes it in great detail, but he leaves it to the scientist
    • again that we have to gather a great number of ideas to arrive
    • extremely obvious idea, that people think they are great
    • can easily point out that this is no great logic but proper
    • this dream view of life will appreciate the great and
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    • our materialistic culture. There is a great difference
    • “standpoint”. It has generated greatly already in
    • school must come to the help of what is a great task of
    • language should be dropped. A very great deal depends upon
    • seventh ahead of us leading to a great break in human
    • overcoming the great dangers of the period. The most varied
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    • speak a great deal about the social problem that is
    • catastrophe will become immeasurably greater. For one cannot
    • arbitrary manner, but in the sense of a great spiritual
    • believed. Language contains great and powerful mysteries; the
    • too. A great part of our verbal education did not exist
    • them! To a great extent the period which produced Goetheanism
    • result of no great poetic gift, but produced by a certain
    • perception that by placing himself into the world. Great
    • experiencing with the whole world. What seems a great thing
    • one's own person and turned one's gaze to the great question
    • of mankind. They are so overpoweringly great, these questions
    • fruitful for the great questions for time which already live
    • wish that men would take note of the great discrepancy
    • accommodating spirit for these great human problems. Much is
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    • selves instead of being aroused to some interest in the great questions
    • way, it shows the great dangers from this catastrophe threatening both
    • a period of the supremacy of great wisdom succeeds that of passion and
    • seems to me an absolute certainty unless a period of the supremacy of great
    • whether Jesus ever lived, when at that time a great gathering took place
    • varied subjects, through his great knowledge, the man might have been
    • able to do a great deal. But when I had something to do with him —
    • are. In fact he is living in them with greater intensity. And he has
    • the greater part of the scientific conceptions throughout the world
    • comes to man in an ever greater degree a certain part of that experience
    • they must pass the Guardian of the Threshold with greater thoroughness
    • this as the greatest achievement of Spiritual Science. To know certain
    • a very great deal. It also explains to you how the fact of man being
    • a very great measure to be “more animal than any animal”
    • madness, and accordingly hold the great majority to be mad. But then he
    • would be able to understand why this great majority should take him
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    • actual lack of significance in the light of the greater demands of the
    • if still greater misfortune is not to befall mankind. Today men should
    • symbols of great antiquity. I have told you that in this respect certain
    • spiritual tide, would be greater than all the rest of evil beside. Our
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    • itself into seven great successive epochs, of which the fourth was the
    • a great deal about man's attitude to his environment, though insufficient
    • will, than this raging will become ever greater and greater in the world;
    • in sleep. This used to happen. This is just the great crossing point
    • ever greater progress. Today he can already get very far by carrying
    • if greater attention is not paid to the deeper grounds out of which
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    • to speak of a great deal about the spiritual world that was different
    • to still greater social confusion than is already present in individual
    • for all men which is as great as the love of family.
    • him. When people have once understood the great, the infinite, difference
    • a very great deal hangs on the way we are able to separate what ought
    • have preserved a great deal of these former cultural stages in which
    • greater part than is thought in the conflict that will develop between
    • There is really a great
    • of the world-conception of the people there is a great difference in
    • today, however greatly, the fact remains that this spiritual horizon
    • spiritual investigation was, fundamentally, the great sin against the
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    • about Socrates or Alexander the Great, about Julius Caesar, the Emperor
    • such great human guilt, is regarded. This is the one side of the matter.
    • not have been possible for Christianity to arise. This means, the greatest
    • human guilt was necessary for the greatest blessing to enter the evolution
    • themselves the burden of that guilt, that greatest of all guilt, the
    • way we characterise one of those great, fundamental contradictions life
    • of the Jahve God is expressed in the great and powerful tragedy of the
    • the other is coming to its greatest inner development. And at the same
    • on Golgotha is therefore the necessary contrast, and the greatest contrast
    • Mass, in its way great and powerful, it is true, and you will see what
    • are indeed in their magnificence, in their incomparable greatness, taken
    • height this Graeco-Latin culture has come by the time the great—one
    • cannot call him merely a philosopher but the great man Plato arose in
    • stood. During the time the great Plato was towering above all that was
    • thus offers his sacrifice to the great God of nature. Purely pagan worship
    • is nature, The greatest philistinism has something of her genius. It
    • up to the conception of the great Isis of the Egyptians. Certainly even
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    • day she was deep in many great ideas about our world-outlook—those
    • did these old Mysteries serve? On the whole it may be said: the great
    • a man could really perceive in the spiritual. The great experience undergone
    • and more a going back—the greater the development of the intellect
    • Indeed Herman Grimm, had it come his way, would have even gone to great
    • is great, much of what is grandiose confronting us in Goethe, we see
    • this fragment there was expressed something of the very greatest that
    • when Goethe set himself to express what was greatest he never brought
    • its human greatness we have before us a work of gigantic proportions;
    • if we look from the point of view of the greatness that would have lived
    • a great scholar, or even as a man of certain culture, is easy to understand
    • in a remarkable war having the very greatest influence upon his spiritual
    • three personalities having such a great influence upon him are, first
    • having the greatest influence upon him was the botanist Linnaeus. Why
    • German—for the Latin because it is too greatly decedent, for the
    • that will have to be completed as a great spiritual picture.
    • great share in letting Goetheanism lie in its grave. In every sphere
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    • human soul as the case may be. Approaching the great All, we
    • towards that which the great universe revealed to humanity.
    • This is the great tableau at the closing of
    • great work in world literature which allows us to lay our eyes
    • more accomplished through the fact that great power flowed into
    • because the greatest good is that towards which mankind should
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    • expression means a great deal, even much more so for the
    • stream, what develops from great-grandfather to grandfather and
    • on learning a great deal but rather that one has this or that
    • transformed way. Whereas you had experienced great pain and
    • more, then you deepen yourself selflessly in the greater
    • reach knowledge of the great cosmic relationships of our earth;
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    • its greatest intellectual development in the last few centuries, can
    • By this means great progress can be made along the lines followed in
    • been a great disadvantage in another sense to the development of modern
    • the great cupola.the seven columns which, in succession, encircle and
    • with the great cupola. This cut through the centre from East to West.
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    • that in the beginning the sectarian feelings of a great many people
    • in everyday conditions. In ordinary life we sleep a great deal to-day,
    • sleep to enter into our eurhythmic forms but that a greater awareness
    • Here you see the last pillar and the point where the great cupola impinges
    • of the great cupola of the main Building.
    • to become objective and to develop interest in the great objective universe,
    • rise to the great interests of the world. For every single form as a
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    • of Raphael, Leonardo, Michael Angelo and others? — that the greatest
    • nature of colour. For a greater part of that which is living, which
    • of great importance that this visible token of Spiritual Science from
    • it is always such a great pain that not very many more human souls are
    • the great interests of humanity to-day. To-day that which affects the
    • the great interests of humanity. But how many people think like this?
    • proclaim things of the greatest significance — men take them only
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    • King, then make a great fire and throw the Wolf into
    • processes in greater detail, especially how the Golden King
    • an external force. And to a greater degree than one thinks
    • that all the greatness of the 19th century arise through
    • challenge to seek greater spiritual depth, a genuine
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    • would certainly studied Faust with great warmth of
    • Walpurgis-night take too great a place in relation to the
    • he was all that older and had passed the great experiences,
    • suppose that, two days after such a great misfortune, Faust
    • strange that the Canon of a great community should be
    • on, so that there immediately arose a great disturbance in
    • Wherein doth lie man's greatest might!
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    • — to even greater degree than is necessary in Spiritual
    • often appears foolish. This is why such a great spirit as
    • — the caricaturing of what is great — for we must
    • Small as thou art, thou art a dreamer great.
    • has made infinitely greater progress. Here is the point where
    • organs. That is why the sense-process in man is as great as
    • to a much greater lack. It makes it impossible for man to
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    • it contains a very great deal of all that Goethe is wishing
    • approached in thought with great caution. As I said, this is
    • it is a counterpart of the great cosmic germ-cell.
    • these things has to a great extent been lost. I have told you
    • through great spiritual vision. The whole connection with the
    • which you can see how the great poet Goethe did not simply
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    • theoretic sense, the great problems of Birth and Death stand
    • indicates his meaning with the greatest possible intensity.
    • a sentence of great importance for the fifth post-Atlantean
    • between Faust and Mephistopheles contains a great deal of the
    • acquaintance with illusion — with Maya, with the great
    • great errors as I mentioned recently, — all these are
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    • have to do with the great and significant life-question of
    • Christ-Impulse to do with the great and important question
    • more physical form in the great Atlan Lean epoch. Notably in
    • the force of Electricity, which will assume far greater
    • the one, hand are those who suffer greatly, because they
    • they were the great rebels, who were none the less necessary
    • Nov the great
    • the Spiritual World. This is a point where the great riddle
    • diametrically opposite. We are here touching a great riddle,
    • in childhood, are of great significance. And you may also
    • its great progress in every kind of human thought. Why, they
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    • consciousness there also lies a very great deal of what a men
    • would find that, during this waking time, they do a great
    • they sleep too — sleep as regards a very great many
    • while the greater part of our life of feeling, and above all
    • the way on ideas and concepts. However great a genius a man
    • a great mystery of existence. You will have realised, from
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    • greatest interest to every man. I have spoken to you of the
    • reality. It is of great importance to take heed of this.
    • effort. This is exactly the reason why we can make such great
    • Great God’ who worked through natural phenomena.
    • concerned man makes the greatest mistake in believing that
    • found the-following: “It is one of the greatest
    • friends, this man says a great deal that is clever, but he
    • naturally greater than this, of the whole spiritual world and
    • authority, nor stand in great awe of anything because we have
    • present of great importance ßr finding our right path.
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    • meant by saying he had put a great deal in a veiled way into
    • its imagery to make a great appeal to the senses.
    • great deal that is veiled, and is meant actually to introduce
    • in their consciousness how, at that time, the great Alexander
    • to lend to ever greater heights. In Goethe himself we have
    • great deal. There are, no doubt, well-intentioned people who
    • The mystery is far greater than what can be contained even in
    • of Homo. Goethe felt he had made a great beginning with the
    • greater by our recognising the limitations he himself so
    • appear the Telchines of Rhodes. They are such great
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    • — dominated above all by the great seriousness of this
    • Faust to be inadequate for knowledge of man, his great
    • great gift of human understanding and knows how to transform
    • of the great universe. These experiences are, indeed,
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    • extolled as the great achievement of the nineteenth century
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    • have yielded the greatest successes in the field of natural
    • science and which have also brought about the greatest
    • it cannot be denied that natural science owes its great
    • and the number of these people will get ever greater.
    • which one sees in the described way like a great but concrete
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    • understanding of the revelation regarding the greatness, the
    • these ancient Rishis, these great teachers of the
    • who had to prepare the great event through which the spiritual,
    • gigantic pyramids were built. A great army of people was needed
    • there was still great effectiveness of these physical forces.
    • fountainhead, the great World-I, that the realm of the surging,
    • image of the individual “I,” that was the great
    • From these viewpoints we will understand how this great
    • regarding the divine had to be after-images of the great
    • people to have time to prepare for the greatest event, the
    • Mystery of Golgotha, then one sees exactly what a great
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    • It already has an account of spiritual-soul facts of great
    • a single being, but becomes part of the great living being,
    • linked to a great living being which is our planet. We learn to
    • development. While no great difference in the physical exchange
    • spiritual way to reach an understanding of the great religious
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    • towards such great and simple paths of thought as those from
    • not be unmindful of the fact that Haeckel's great powers of
    • nineteenth century, set themselves to confront the great riddle
    • and again told us how distinctly the mind of his great teacher
    • animals under Johannes Müller) by the great resemblance
    • possible for man to observe, to a far greater extent than
    • impression made by this great advance in the domain of
    • discovery, feelings and sensations play a great part in the
    • spectrum analysis, to a greater theoretical knowledge of heat,
    • centuries, a time when a greater spiritual sensitiveness
    • an event of great moment when Haeckel, in the year 1864,
    • animals to be even greater than that existing between the
    • have every reason to call attention to the great things which
    • Bois-Reymond has tabulated seven great questions as to
    • This also is the great difference between what is taught by
    • than I — then will this great work glow with a new glory,
    • to a great extent in transforming the archetype of those
    • would involve, cannot be entered into here. But the greatest
    • The superstition of the one is about as great as that of the other;
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    • a long time after, this conflict was felt with great intensity.
    • This anxiety, notably among the greatest thinkers, — this
    • people. No great man of the 13th or 14th century could have
    • him. A man of today can think the greatest nonsense — he
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    • yourselves have had many experiences in connection with the great
    • was a kind of madness, and since then matters have not greatly
    • words were not spoken from any great depth, but none the less they
    • remains. It has been superseded by great world-affairs as between the
    • with the great currents of human evolution. And yet in this very death
    • We do right to turn to the great wisdom-treasures of the East —
    • disarmament, about the desirability of ending wars... a great war
    • themselves. No, they will not. The hour of a great decision has
    • have finally arrived at a great system of ‘world-machinery’ in which
    • the habitableness of other planets, but no great significance is
    • men did not speak of the great mechanical processes in the Universe
    • avoid scientific scrutiny. Science speaks only of a great system of
    • nothing but a great system of machinery. Man has lost himself; he has
    • is the great difference.
    • very few people indeed realise the point of greatest significance,
    • the conception of the Cosmos as a great system of machinery to which
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    • great importance to learn about just those experiences which the Ego
    • death. There are great differences among human souls living between
    • great difference, dependent upon whether we are able to follow
    • earthly life which remains more unconscious. A very great deal depends
    • It makes a great difference in which of these two ways a man has been
    • existence. It makes a great difference whether we grow into race and
    • greatest interest towards what was active in man between death and a
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    • He talks a great deal about the world but he does not know it,
    • as to those who actually live here. There was certainly a great
    • greatest theorists of all, for they never get down to realities, they
    • developed in the great plan of the world which gave the Norwegians
    • sparsely flowering rock-plants. A great picture arises in your souls
    • And now a great question arises which can be illuminated by comparing
    • prevents them from being willing to grapple with the great tasks of
    • done wrong? This is a matter of great importance from the
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    • great size stands beside a brook. The generations inhabiting this
    • the mansion, which formed so great a contrast with everything to
    • prospect of being able to do great things with him. But the process
    • mother who behaved in such a way towards a pupil was the greatest
    • and sat at the feet of the great teacher. And he
    • soul of this teaching, which he held to be the greatest ever
    • he had a singular experience. A great many critics at least found
    • as the great conceptions of Duty.
    • who held the view of the great and magnanimous Karl August and
    • his which he used not alone in great matters but also in the
    • participation in that great creative process of all existence.
    • in people to occupy themselves and a great deal of
    • to which, and indeed to the whole great phenomenon of Fichte, I
    • amid the ruins of the monarchy of Frederick the Great, in the midst
    • eyes of the spirit to his greatness as a national figure, then we
    • cultivation of the soul, not merely good but great men.
    • any ear for such national greatness will hear it still in our
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    • Christmas festival. Indeed, it is one of the greatest festivals of the
    • human heart as a commemorative thought of the greatest impulse which
    • former greatness. His habits prevent him from perceiving this
    • greatness any longer, a greatness to which humanity had become
    • full depth and greatness of the impulse which belongs to this
    • sense of the word, that depth and greatness which cannot be any more
    • the full depth of what is connected with our great seasonal festivals.
    • the Christ in their hearts during the great festivities surrounding
    • in connection with what the Bible tells of the great Christ Impulse of
    • days. The memory and the thought of the great periods of humanity were
    • the season, the festivity, and the human hearts. That was a great
    • years of contemplative work on this great event we were able to
    • greatness of the Pauline conception of man, who descended as Adam from
    • In such simple words one felt the greatest mysteries, the greatest
    • memories and thoughts of the greatest event of human evolution, this
    • of something much greater.
    • because what is most intimate, what is greatest and most significant
    • enemy of evolution would want to drag what was great in one time over
    • And him who made it, a master of great renown.
    • all that was great and spiritual, right down to the roots of trees and
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    • great pleasure that I greet you here in this place for the second
    • wrestling spirit of man such as are given us in some great work like
    • We are going to speak of one of the greatest and most penetrating
    • arises Krishna, the great spiritual teacher of Arjuna, and a
    • central nerve impulse of the whole of this great poem. When we
    • Arjuna cosmic secrets, great immense teachings. Then his pupil is
    • embraces all things, a great, sublime, glorious beauty, a nobility
    • the greatest spirits of Western lands made the central figure of all
    • important lives there, of far greater significance than logical
    • says on immortality to be spoken by a man of great culture, depth
    • case with the great works of man, we find the opening words of the
    • often an object of the greatest enthusiasm. Yet we may say that,
    • mood he is met by the great teacher Krishna. Here we must call
    • that blows through the forests. I am the greatest of the mountains,
    • of the rivers. I am the greatest among men. I am all that is best in
    • The greatest
    • very greatest riddles. Truly, a hard one seems to be given us when we
    • It is not through logic but in the perception of the great
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    • dramatic power the story is carried up stage by stage to a great
    • episode we already have a moment of great intensity and also an
    • just for this reason that such great care must be taken to give the
    • on the great horizon of the world.
    • its very life. Now think of the great contrast between all that
    • do they honor Pythagoras as such a great man when every schoolboy and
    • Pythagoras was not a great man in having discovered his theorem just
    • the senses. In the 18th century what was considered a great word was
    • power of reason!” Today a great word must resound in men's
    • the great beauty in the artistic composition of the
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    • happen the change is of very great significance because it
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    • Somehow a great respect
    • great turning-point in time, when, from the twilight of the old
    • that higher realm we perceive it with far greater force. There we see
    • must be included which come from the evil beings. There is great
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    • fix our attention on a great law of existence, I mean what is called
    • greater part of our intelligence enters the brain through eyes and
    • of thought, the way of thinking that produced the great materialistic
    • the great significance for Western spiritual evolution of that moment
    • the blue cup of the heavens was suspended over our earth. These great
    • of spiritual understanding that brought forth the great triumphs of
    • of somewhat greater significance than that of waking and sleeping.
    • these two great epochs is an important point in evolution. Before
    • ancient time mankind was best educated by the inspiration of great
    • had something that worked into their lives with great power and
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    • most difficult in our time to gain a true judgment about the great
    • one of the greatest creations of the human spirit, a creation that has never
    • its beauty and greatness were increased a hundred times.” These
    • that no trace is to be found in this great poem of philosophy as we
    • definite, familiar feelings. Then comes a still greater climax. We
    • radiance of the Sun, immeasurably great art Thou! Lost beyond all
    • thought, unperishing, greatest of all Good, thus dost Thou appear to
    • infinite in realms of space. Great are Thine eyes like to the Moon;
    • moods of this great poem work upon us we shall gain much more than
    • great mistakes by confusing these two revelations. What I have
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    • great truth if we can thoroughly enter into the thought that all that
    • greater detail in my
    • and will carry it to yet greater heights.
    • it does to a certain understanding of that great moment pictorially
    • feeling for the real majesty, the greatness and wonder of these
    • something that was vouchsafed to all mankind from the great universe
    • attitude toward the great riddles and secrets of the cosmos, to
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    • circumstances, are as far removed from this great poem as are the
    • combined with great fervor of feeling, but with this there was no
    • and special spiritual movement is greatly distorted and falsified. As
    • great European thinker said on his deathbed, “Only one person
    • spiritual substance that represents a great height of achievement but
    • by their great poem. In effect they still have more ways of
    • great, however, is the spread of that angel's mighty wings that the
    • great men would have said, “What we were striving for back in
    • they value the great efforts that achieved it. That is the personal
    • what that great poem contains. We must study it not in an external
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    • tamas man.” Thus is Krishna the great educator of the human
    • self-liberation, but here again, what then required the greatest
    • Arjuna's highest endeavor has become the greatest suffering for many
    • lose nothing of their greatness and majesty. How sublime was the
    • greatness that appeared to us in the figure of Krishna even when we
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    • undergone a great change, in that Initiation can be attained up to a
    • objectively what is really there. In general, one of the greatest
    • cannot be altered by knowing about them, one expels a great part of
    • small at first, but it becomes ever greater and greater and spreads
    • with it, and finally he becomes as great as the world that is at his
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    • somewhat out of date to-day but once played a great role. It was based
    • about this, but not so long ago there lived a great and significant
    • would soon see in which period. the greater quantity of rain would
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    • Then, however, arises a great longing, a longing that becomes terrible
    • the great longing we have spoken of: they had no need to behold their
    • the old Egyptian period. After that it ceased. There was a great
    • that he had to understand it for the sake of his people, that great,
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    • exercise on man a very great influence in a quite special way. While
    • spiritual forces there, a person can have just as great and powerful
    • after-effects of the great Empedocles still present in the atmosphere,
    • the one hand there is the great, high-minded soul who could bring
    • greater demands on the innermost part of the human soul; but in a
    • overcome — the elements which can so greatly disturb the Initiate
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    • and transfigured by the Good. The great feature of Manicheism is that
    • ideal is not necessary for action is a great error. A man without
    • But the farther back we go in history, the greater is the difference
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    • The rôle played by the pineal gland was thus of great significance.
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    • The advent of Christianity wrought a great change in the manner of
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    • was a transformed, new-born being. The greatest Greek writers have
    • spoken of these mysteries with great awe and inspiration.
    • Belief in reincarnation and the law of Karma had a great
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    • rising from the depths of materialism demands greater effort and
    • verily I say unto you, the servant is not greater than his Lord;
    • neither he that is sent greater than he that sent him.” Theology
    • are brothers and companions, involved in the great process of
    • is not bounded by the skin; it is united with the great organism of
    • The Mystic Death, — In the grip of the greatest of all
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    • All the great Founders of religions have been possessed of clairvoyant
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    • Earth of their relation to the heavenly constellations. The great
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    • At the first stage of clairvoyance, greater order enters into dreams;
    • the great religions are, properly speaking, the language of the
    • sounds have a greater clarity, brilliance and richness. In a mighty
    • are by knights of the Grail, who represent the great spiritual
    • great cities had its rise, coming from Scotland into England and
    • borne by the symbolic swan. The messenger of the great Initiates is a
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    • Before the great Atlantean race, of which all European and Asiatic
    • This great transformation was of cardinal importance to man. In
    • of descent; man and Earth have reached the greatest degree of
    • What underlies this great process of evolution? Where was the home of
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    • The one great Messenger, He alone Who manifested in a human body like
    • of substances is required before we can begin to understand the great
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    • They bring from birth great spiritual pre-dispositions because,
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    • water from the celestial ocean, led down to Earth by the great streams
    • Thus there are seven great epochs of Aryan civilisation in which the
    • ‘elect.’ Man will bear the signs of the seven great phases
    • Him as the hosts around the Lamb, and the great harvest of evolution
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    • previously that the great philosopher Hegel would be present
    • a spell in our souls. These great eternal verities will rise
    • spell in John's soul and brought forth the great visions.
    • says: Do what I have done. Let the great formula, “In
    • of which John speaks. He says it with great clarity:
    • appearance, to a greater or lesser extent, an expression of
    • profundity, and then it becomes one of the greatest texts
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    • fig tree, thou believest; thou shalt see greater things than
    • so in the body of the great world mother — where we are
    • Certainly, the priestly sages of Chaldea taught great
    • time the intellect has achieved great things, but the John
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    • the world recognises as the great men of history were not really the
    • greatest; the greatest, the Initiates, kept in the background.
    • “Jacob, Jacob, today you are small, but one day you will be great.
    • between Boehme and his visitor, who was a great Initiate, and the source
    • in the world. In this way all the great advances in the development
    • great treasure of occult knowledge of all ages to be made accessible
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    • Nor do these legends grow up by chance: the great Initiates created
    • will take much greater care to speak the truth and avoid lies than if
    • a battle appears like a great thunderstorm, fiery flashes of lightning,
    • need not involve any great discoveries; they may belong to everyday
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    • certain relationship; but even so there is a great, decisive difference
    • entire life appears before his soul in a moment, like a great tableau.
    • Something like this can happen during life, in rare moments of great
    • from a great height, when death seems imminent, may see his whole life
    • him, for he will have worked greatly on himself. The remaining part
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    • power to the great laws of nature, it was the wisdom of nature which
    • spiritual affinity continues with great intensity. The circumstances of
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    • the great changes in the countenance of the Earth, and also the greatly
    • importance. It may happen that a person who went through a great deal
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    • faculties so early. Our age sins greatly in this respect. Care must
    • of the great men of history, but there must be no talk of “this
    • teachers, since the future of mankind depends on it. Here a great
    • These are the great basic
    • Theosophy can be drawn from a study of the great law of karma: a law
    • of karma answers the great human question: why are children born into
    • to wealth, perhaps endowed also with great talents and surrounded by
    • to failure — or a child may have great abilities but no chance
    • everyone recognises, and it is this great natural law of cause and effect
    • the world is really one great unity and brotherhood. And just as in
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    • ideas, experiences, feelings, and all this produces great changes in
    • the Great, Hannibal, Caesar, Napoleon, for example, were cholerics.
    • anything else. If, however, a man has learnt a great deal from experience
    • was this that gave occult leaders their great power.
    • related to physical heredity? Physical heredity plays a great role;
    • Bernoulli was a great mathematician, and eight other gifted mathematicians
    • to the next. In a family, then, where a great deal of music is performed,
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    • himself a great deal that was later externalised. And today he still
    • members of the Order were specially trained for their great work. The
    • even of the external world. We are led to these great interconnections by
    • into a force, and he carries a great number of such forces with him
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    • individualities, we find a remarkable passage. But the great Initiates
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    • a great cosmic event took place: the whole vast ether-body contracted
    • A great number of the
    • Moon carried off with it a great part of the forces that human beings
    • within himself. And with this something further of great importance
    • in consequence the Earth had to endure great upheavals, convulsions
    • had greatly changed, and had acquired a form which resembled the form
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    • how the great Initiate selected from the primal Semites, who were living
    • The Indian could find no Divinity in nature; it was in great and powerful
    • a great wisdom governing all natural processes; that everything happened
    • in accordance with great laws, and these they tried to fathom. The ancient
    • There is a great and powerful
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    • of great importance for the rhythm of the physical and etheric bodies.
    • over egotistically to them. The greatest artists owe their greatest
    • Here, in place of individual Gurus, there is one great Guru, Christ
    • way, which leaves the pupil with the greatest possible independence.
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    • by the great teachers of humanity, conditions were much simpler: stealing
    • strive to need nothing. Even if you have great possessions, in so far as
    • a great loss for human development, especially for development in the
    • be a great change. Man will learn to extend the range of his innate
    • is an idea which opens up a great perspective for the future; and when
    • the great Guru is Christ Jesus Himself. Hence it is essential to have
    • the great Guru Himself and can itself be a source of instruction. This
    • Washing of the Feet. We must understand the significance of this great
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    • learned men were also those of the greatest faith and piety; and for
    • “I”. It is in the whole great world outside, in the sun
    • only a small part of the Great Self outside. Certain methods of so-called
    • but to seek to know the Great Self which shines down into us. The lower
    • world and to gaze into themselves. That is a great illusion, for then
    • we study as how we study. If we study the great truths, for instance
    • nothing about planetary systems, we show great egoism. True wisdom
    • connection between the great world and the small, or between man and the
    • way? There is a great difference between the Earth seen by the occultist
    • it as merely a sort of great lifeless ball, with an interior not very
    • moment when we think and feel, we are working on the great structure of
    • as the one great Truth. The more a man renounces himself and sets his
    • own opinions aside, becoming instead a channel for the great Truth,
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    • consciousness to a greater or lesser degree depending on what the
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    • then able to say that the greatest variety of irregularities can
    • they may take slight notice of them, great abnormalities in the
    • person can get into great trouble because of it, which will then be
    • educational measures, but also to a great extent of external
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    • great deal depends upon whether one can differentiate between these
    • replacement of by far the greatest part of the substance does indeed
    • parts of the substance that are not replaced, although the greater
    • great deal to do in these first seven years of life. It works quietly
    • toward the intellect. Whoever has an eye for it can see the greatest
    • school, the faculties you train, the child accomplished the great
    • first life period, but even so a great deal. Again forces remain
    • forces that have now become free for soul activity. That is the great
    • Gradually a great deal of permanent structure accumulates. The older
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    • — to what gives him his greatest joy in life. You'll find that
    • because they are pushed into the physical world to too great a
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    • standpoint there is no great difference between the health spas that
    • teachings include a great reverence and love for animals; they extend
    • of the people. He took these up with great fervor. He was able to
    • own great genius has to be acknowledged — is the fact that he
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    • I can only describe it as the greatest possible respect for modern
    • a great pile, but no work starts. To start the work, what goes on
    • have to do is to get rid of this great pile of building materials
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    • time from a standpoint that I think will throw greatest light upon
    • world. And indeed this is the greatest anomaly of our time: that it
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    • This is all of great importance. The intent of instruction about
    • greater rhythms that extend from one Ice Age to another, and so
    • belonging to one great year, a year consisting of days that are human
    • lives. Let us reckon this great cosmic year in which each single day
    • recent times when the great discoveries were made, for instance, of
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    • exposed to weather conditions. The ancient physicians laid great
    • mystery begins, the mystery that creates a great test for real
    • Christ. A great sum of knowledge and life experience can be acquired
    • through the death on Golgotha was the great healing event. Then the
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    • thoroughly understood by both sides. A great deal will depend upon
    • consciousness to a greater or lesser degree depending on what the
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    • then able to say that the greatest variety of irregularities can
    • they may take slight notice of them, great abnormalities in the
    • person can get into great trouble because of it, which will then be
    • educational measures, but also to a great extent of external
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    • great deal depends upon whether one can differentiate between these
    • replacement of by far the greatest part of the substance does indeed
    • parts of the substance that are not replaced, although the greater
    • great deal to do in these first seven years of life. It works quietly
    • toward the intellect. Whoever has an eye for it can see the greatest
    • school, the faculties you train, the child accomplished the great
    • first life period, but even so a great deal. Again forces remain
    • forces that have now become free for soul activity. That is the great
    • Gradually a great deal of permanent structure accumulates. The older
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    • — to what gives him his greatest joy in life. You'll find that
    • because they are pushed into the physical world to too great a
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    • standpoint there is no great difference between the health spas that
    • teachings include a great reverence and love for animals; they extend
    • of the people. He took these up with great fervor. He was able to
    • own great genius has to be acknowledged — is the fact that he
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    • I can only describe it as the greatest possible respect for modern
    • a great pile, but no work starts. To start the work, what goes on
    • have to do is to get rid of this great pile of building materials
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    • further. We think of the sun as being at a great height and of the
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    • time from a standpoint that I think will throw greatest light upon
    • world. And indeed this is the greatest anomaly of our time: that it
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    • This is all of great
    • greater rhythms that extend from one Ice Age to another, and so
    • belonging to one great year, a year consisting of days that are human
    • lives. Let us reckon this great cosmic year in which each single day
    • recent times when the great discoveries were made, for instance, of
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    • exposed to weather conditions. The ancient physicians laid great
    • mystery begins, the mystery that creates a great test for real
    • Christ. A great sum of knowledge and life experience can be acquired
    • through the death on Golgotha was the great healing event. Then the
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    • had great ability; in the course of their evolution they had acquired
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    • of the real and the great problems of existence. So, although in a
    • spirit. You know what great efforts we Anthroposophists have made to
    • in the case of man; and it would be a great mistake to think of
    • comes to realise that truly it is by no mere chance that this great
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    • the main lines, so to say, after they had exercised their great
    • have today. To avoid too great a shock, let us take it step by step.
    • everything fits together into one great system, even for our
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    • space in such a way that the great ordinances laid down by the Archai
    • question of how to progress further and into greater detail. For
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    • the great illusions into which men can fall.
    • greater ability than was theirs during the preliminary stages. To
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    • make a great mistake if he were straightway to think that what he
    • impressions of them. Then, when after his great sorrow his
    • as an external phenomenon in astral space. It would be a very great
    • greater error if in these early stages by some means or other it were
    • inspirations from outside. That is the greatest error into which one
    • for anyone who begins to hear voices to cultivate the greatest
    • should always be received with the greatest caution. It is a kind of
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    • will be to show with still greater precision the point of time at
    • will remember what great importance I attached to two significant
    • about that the great majority of human souls had to relinquish their
    • union with the earth. Here we come to something of great importance
    • itself withdrawn from the earth. This brought about great changes in
    • great variety in earthly incarnations. Those of you who are familiar
    • “day” of creation: And God made two great lights; the
    • greater light to rule the day, and the lesser light to rule the
    • whole series of events are the great benefactors of man. Who were
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    • still remained above in the great reservoir of the spirit did not
    • great difference between a true theory of evolution and a fancy one.
    • and with them the feeling of the great responsibility incurred in
    • about the great goal of their activity, which we call man. Let us
    • contemplation of the great truths of Genesis ought to point us to the
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    • We should indeed remind ourselves again and again what a great
    • particular aspect. [I] have often drawn attention to the great difference
    • that of the life of Christ Jesus on earth. There is a great deal to be
    • connection aright would mean a very great deal for us; only it is
    • Paul saw what a great crisis it was for the world that the ancient
    • a great number of modern theologians would have it to be — then
    • Easter for the greater part of mankind? It may be said of a very many
    • part in the great change that is so necessary in our own
    • into what it is that has brought such great unhappiness to mankind in
    • like this, for they are of very great significance in life to-day.
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    • great turning-point of history introduced something entirely new into
    • something not dependent on the blood. But there was a great danger
    • 19th century there befell the great catastrophe; men had
    • tolerance towards Judaism. There was great tolerance in Rome in the
    • intolerance towards the Christians as great as the intolerance now
    • Romans, who showed the greatest intolerance of all to the Christians.
    • far pleasanter than to say: The great responsibility for the future
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    • understand with greater clarity that no body can subsist without a
    • but that another Being united with him. A great deal could be
    • who is a great Founder of religion has achieved the complete
    • inasmuch as they all point to a Founder who was a great
    • Christianity is not that it looks back to Jesus of Nazareth as a great
    • in essence, founded by a great Teacher whose pupils then promulgate
    • greatest riddle: birth and death.The fact that beings can die is the
    • great Teacher who was the originator of his religion; but the true
    • religions on the earth can belong to Buddha the great
    • among themselves, he through whom the greatest of all tidings of peace
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    • bodily nature only. And the greater the emphasis that was laid on the
    • What has to be recognised to-day is that even the greatest
    • become something that has dragged the greatest of Mysteries into the
    • great source of strength, knowing that the spiritual and eternal
    • in any juristic sense. In the Book of Job, the greatest dramatic
    • ever-watchful Guardian-Spirits of the cosmos who, through the great
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    • it before any real approach can be made to this greatest of all
    • times by the divine Teachers. A great deal is already known to you.
    • human being. And in the divine worlds where dwelt the first great
    • greater part of the historical records have been destroyed, but those
    • Even of this tradition a great deal has been lost. But still more
    • reality of the super-earthly within the earthly, a far greater inner
    • great deal from these rituals because they contain much wisdom, even
    • Christian. He concedes that there may still be a great deal in the
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    • greater distances than is the case in our Middle European countries.
    • before the great Festival symbolising the victory of the Spirit over
    • a great deal more than the colours and tones familiar to us to-day.
    • about to receive Initiation. And then, when the great moment came, in
    • influence has so greatly increased that man has lost, not only the
    • greatly differ; they were in balance, and it would have been foolish
    • wisdom was the basis of them all, as the one great unity. This wisdom
    • in a great number of individuals the etheric body is beginning to
    • face the greatest danger of being without a single inkling that there
    • victory over that body, and there was placed before men the great
    • Christ came to establish the great synthesis between the Easter
    • up to Christ not merely as the Saviour but as the great Prototype with
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    • lives and weaves in the great universe, they will feel that the soul,
    • A beautiful and profound Eastern legend runs as follows: The great
    • Shakyamuni for a later humanity. Shakyamuni had a great pupil, and
    • whereas the other pupils grasped to a greater or lesser extent the
    • of the hidden place where the incorruptible body of the great Initiate
    • rests. But the Buddha foretold that one day in the future his great
    • successor, the Maitreya Buddha, the new great Teacher and Leader of
    • Such is the great Eastern legend — unintelligible, perhaps, in
    • when the great Initiate comes and touches this body with his hand, it
    • is a microcosm of the great world, the macrocosm. Truly understood,
    • question: What is it in the great universe that corresponds to the
    • human body, He became the great Prototype of the future evolution of
    • mankind through its great Prototype, through the Being Who descended
    • spiritualise, All ancient views of the world saw the great Ideal to be
    • ‘I’. So they describe how the great spiritual Beings, the Avatars,
    • descend in order to help mankind. Thus when help was needed, the great
    • as the great Ideal to which the innermost essence of man develops from
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    • riddle, the legend of Kashiapa, the great sage and enlightened pupil
    • mysteriously concealed. Furthermore, it was predicted that a great
    • evolution of worlds? Let us look back over the great succession of
    • benefactors and saviours of mankind — those great figures who
    • would be capable of receiving the coming Maitreya Buddha with greater
    • the souls of men during this period. Truly, nothing greater or more
    • human hearts and human breasts. Men without number learned the great
    • was there a greater reversal in the whole course of human
    • augured suffering for man, how does the great truth that life is
    • within himself. For Christ is the great Healer of mankind. His Power
    • the gradual elimination of the facts associated by the great Buddha
    • greatest of all the Avatars who have come down to the earth and when
    • — with great spiritual consequences.
    • the influence of this great impulse into the rest of humanity. It was
    • the great Mystery-truths.
    • There were many whom we recognise as the great bearers of
    • the great Ideas could light up as examples. These were persons into
    • great visions and prototypal Ideas which were then elaborated and
    • given form by the great painters and sculptors.
    • great illuminations of the truths of Christianity which made them
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    • followed in September 1912, the great courses on the Gospels had
    • indication of the great mysteries of destiny that worked in these
    • commandments will find great cause for wonder. The fact is, however,
    • from this couple, so, in order rightly to understand the greatest gift
    • scenes and pictures drawn from the Gospels by great painters to work
    • This indeed is connected with a further great event which mankind can
    • stead the great Counselor will appear, in etheric form.
    • knowledge of the great Counselor who is becoming at the same time the
    • thoughtlessly passed by this third great forewarning to mankind given
    • catastrophe we can say: Among the great differentiations prepared
    • have merely to picture to ourselves someone who is actually so great
    • greatest egoist, thanks be to God, for even in egoistical striving
    • with which to fortify mankind and to fill them with great and powerful
    • that a great catastrophe would fall upon the earth. Neither of these
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    • the people of those ancient days, up to the time when the great change
    • there was a great deal in the dreams of both husband and wife to
    • think of it only in a materialistic way, was faced with great
    • this picture can be looked upon only as a still greater illusion than
    • epoch of human evolution, when the great events were taking place in
    • That is one thing we must learn from the whole character of the great
    • make no effort to learn about the great spiritual truths, for the
    • etheric body, and in the seventh, before the great catastrophe, the
    • connection with the three great human forces, Faith, Love, Hope, was
    • to mind lives of the great men of our age, Richard Wagner's for
    • inearnations ever greater powers as teacher of the greatest of all
    • once Jeshu ben Pandira, this great teacher of mankind will have become
    • that will spring from the words of that great teacher of humanity. His
    • greater than it is possible to conceive to-day — a magical moral
    • This great teacher, who will be able to give to men ripe for it the
    • greatest teacher of the good. For that reason he has been called in
    • the great Christ-event for all who are willing to listen. And we can
    • force of hope within them — hope that after a great catastrophe a
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    • directed to the fields where the great events of our time are taking
    • embraces, when compared with the greatness and might of the whole
    • “No matter how far the spiritual world may extend, however great
    • before him as in a great panorama. Now, of course, if observed more
    • Death is a Maya, an illusion. Herein lies the great difference between
    • before our spiritual vision as the greatest, most significant, living
    • between death and rebirth, that the great moment, when the spirit
    • existence. A great deal goes on then. And that which very soon strikes
    • had to proceed from our own initiative, we should be greatly
    • like automata. You will then come to recognise that there is a great
    • but great activity in the life between sleeping and waking. There a
    • will work upon it a great deal in your next sleep and perhaps also
    • which I have distinguished are of great significance for our life here
    • is of very great significance. Till then, not merely the bodily growth
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    • greater number of our friends. She belongs to those who have grasped
    • greater part of the civilised world — who does not see at almost
    • every stage the great riddle of Life confronting him? And who does not
    • feel that great connections lie concealed behind such events as those
    • announced represented its great Cosmic Truths. I have already often
    • there hardly exists a greater similarity in historical evolution, than
    • different from what it is here on the physical plane. A great part of
    • essential point. Therefore naturally the astonishment is greatest for
    • blossoms appear at intervals. A great time of blossoming was the epoch
    • which as pictures are tremendously significant. Great physical decay
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    • human nature, makes a greater or less individual progress in the
    • etheric body has acquired a certain perfection, greater than man is at
    • arises a great question: What is the actual significance of this? What
    • people are already greatly taken with this idea of ‘the concept
    • Certainly nature is there, great and significant. But what would this
    • great importance in a certain direction, at a definite epoch of his
    • indicated in broad outlines. You can then form some idea how great is
    • we connect the present suffering with the great wisdom of the Cosmos.
    • to our own times, may be embodied in the great truth:
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    • our experience. A great part of our physical life is lived in memory.
    • examine the contents of the greater part of these recollections, we
    • deeper sub-consciousness. We feel greater reverence for the
    • those no longer in this world. It signified a great deal, when in
    • reverently at their festivals to the thought of their great ancestors,
    • and united in feeling for the memory of their great forefathers. It
    • greatly. In ordinary consciousness there are certainly impulses of an
    • that it will disperse and vanish before us. We all have to a greater
    • great cunning in doing something at an earlier stage of their life
    • already formed and chiseled out, it has a great many inner formations
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    • of him, A great deal goes on in the intervals between the events which
    • greatest lawyers of his country. He was feared by all those who had
    • life; he laid great stress on being correct and blameless in external
    • this verdict as one of the greatest triumphs of his many years of
    • grandfather again. The jury were greatly distressed at this incident,
    • satisfaction at the time, especially his great power of oratory. He
    • had great satisfaction, which he expressed by saying: ‘He
    • comes a time when he is endowed anew with a great natural power of
    • his greatest triumph, goes into his office ...'
    • whole way in which a man offers himself up for some great event of the
    • it. And when I point to the fact that even in the great events of our
    • which these events are inserting into the great connection of human
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    • no difference between waking and sleeping. Those great beings of
    • does man himself, who is a microcosmic copy of the great macrocosm.
    • feeling for this experience of what is lived through in the great
    • course not so proud as to lead all men to want to think a great deal:
    • people say: ‘In our epoch we must think a great deal if we want
    • Philosophy’ really think? Thought is to a great extent lacking in
    • journalistic train of followers, who naturally regard it as a great
    • intended to solve the great riddles of the universe — or disguise
    • is here implied against the significance and the great achievements of
    • made the great discovery that no substantives exist. There are none.
    • greatest errors.
    • Frederick the Great may be verified. Christ did not wish to make
    • Christmas Day, the Day of the Birth of the Saviour, with the greatest
    • Now let us turn our attention to those on the fields where the great
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    • anatomical examination. They are indeed of far greater exactitude and
    • you, the servant is not greater than his lord’. The more highly
    • great initiates, with their outlook into the far future, taught people
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    • kingdom will be transformed by man. To a great extent this will be
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    • existed as it is now. We must understand that man belongs to the great
    • cosmic organism. In the times in which great changes take place in the
    • time also people had not yet learnt to write. The great poems were
    • reincarnation. The great Masters
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    • The greatest impulses of world history can however no longer be read
    • in the Astral Light, for the impulses of the great initiates were
    • book ‘The Great Initiates’ by Edouard Schuré could not have
    • read the results of the lives of the great initiates in the impulses
    • strong and passionate emotions in regard to the actions of the great
    • difficult to study the deepest motives of the great initiates because
    • of mankind. For the human being is connected with the great happenings
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    • John still speak of the great importance of Wisdom, Beauty and Power,
    • the building of a great cathedral. He knew that the forms of the
    • beings to a greater or lesser degree; they are not individual.
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    • affects the karma of the group or race. In words lies a greater
    • great religious teachers of earlier times spoke pictorially, for
    • stands a great intuitive Spirit. It is the same Spirit that manifests
    • first place that we perceive through the senses. Behind is the great
    • people who have not yet become Chelas, feeling has great importance
    • from life. Even the greatest men of learning today have not yet
    • perceptions it would be the greatest folly on man's part to form
    • secret of how the great founders of religions projected their
    • Everything intuitive in man, the great impulses which he receives from
    • the form of great moral laws. Vijnana is the name used for the
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    • being back to childhood we do not come to greater imperfection for the
    • achieved great skill. It is necessary for man to pass through the
    • The lower astral body merged with the higher astral body. A great part
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    • with far greater intensity. The animal however presses its own
    • when he ennobles his passions and desires to an ever-greater degree.
    • feed on it; it has for them a great force of attraction. This shows
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    • an ever greater degree. Near the adept with his pupils, there is also
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    • into a crystal; because in the crystal lies a great purity. In it
    • the etheric body. Great teachings are not only embodied in words, but
    • around us, built up in a style in keeping with the great Theosophical
    • greater degree than du Bois-Reymond, Herbert Spencer and Haeckel; they
    • understood with great difficulty. In ‘Iphigenia’ and
    • worked upon and ennobled by the ego. With savages the greater part is
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    • joined together like a great blackberry and enclosed by a spiritual
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    • form having a certain great beauty. Their substance was much softer
    • the fact that a remarkable and great help had been granted them. The
    • to Jehovah's greatness. By the intervention of the Luciferic principle
    • would have greatly improved. The first evil arose through the fact
    • ever-greater degree. This is very beautifully expressed in the saga of
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    • looking into a great model filled [with] small crystals. Present within
    • kingdom, in a great astral sea. This then densified ever more and more
    • During the great Pralaya preceding the First Earth Round, they had
    • Mars was introduced. A great advance was brought about through the
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    • great attraction towards the astral world and very frequently result
    • throughout the whole life and have great importance particularly in
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    • greater degree into the understanding of the ways in which the
    • better way than in the great intuition of the Egyptian Sphinx. This
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    • healing in which the doctors attach the greatest importance to the
    • Last Supper. The Last Supper is the greatest symbol of the One who
    • indeed the true ‘Son of Man’, who descended to the greatest depths in
    • order to rise again with the greatest power, He had to hold to what
    • This is the great progression of human evolution. What the natural
    • scientist knows today is only a fraction of the great cycle.
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    • great whole. All this was, as it were the finest flower, the extracted
    • must realise that this great primal spiritual teaching underwent a
    • original greatness consisted in grasping the mighty divine unity which
    • of great initiates who taught geometry, the practice of surveying,
    • culminated with such magnificence in the three great civilisations.
    • outside world; to create initiates who laid great value on what was
    • The initiators do not always introduce something great into the world,
    • of Greece and Rome (Roman law) both become great just through this
    • beauty of the human culture of the Greeks and the greatness of the
    • indications of a great, primeval, Atlantean initiate. Wod-Wodha-Odin.
    • greatness make their appearance in Tibet, there we have a modern,
    • there he was confronted with something greater than anything the Huns
    • to be understood in the light of these great considerations.
    • new can only develop after great upheavals.
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    • It has frequently been emphasized that man's greatest riddle is
    • greatest riddle is himself, it must also be emphasized that each
    • the discovery of evolution to be its greatest achievement. In animals,
    • dangers of aberration, one great, one small. One danger for the young
    • develops into maturity. That is the small danger. The greater is that
    • danger is flightiness; the greater is mania, induced by a constant
    • the greater is stupidity, dullness. For the melancholic, insensitivity
    • greater is insanity.
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    • the spirit in the great universe, and then compare the way in which it
    • the “astral body.” They turned their eyes to the great
    • can read in any simple textbook of history what a great event it was
    • differently in man and in the animal. A great deal has been and is
    • ready to ask in his infinite pride: “Am I not greatly superior
    • and if we keep this idea in mind it will be a great help in
    • spirit, it has its greatest feelings of well being. In its soul, the
    • Intelligence?” by Zell, a writer of great value in the realm of
    • These are words of great profundity. Of what is an animal capable in
    • world — but a great deal when we observe how it experiences its
    • man is obliged to think a great deal before he can perfect any
    • handiwork. For he can make great errors. Man's life of soul has
    • feel with greater and greater clarity how man's life of soul is
    • feels pain with infinitely greater intensity than man. Those who
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    • this learning to stand, a great deal in human life lies concealed;
    • Laurenz Müllner, a great admirer of Galileo, on being appointed
    • may judge how great is the significance of the position and all the
    • are the same but formed from different sides. Hence his great joy
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    • great riddles of existence. Rather did he believe that he must hold
    • ocean, into the great vault of heaven and its stars, into everything
    • became aware of this or that great problem of existence, and all that
    • following. If a man desires to penetrate into the great mysteries of
    • whenever we are confronted by great cosmic events. We must be able to
    • matter or the greatest mass. Then we shall be able to do something
    • mathematics. For Novalis, the science of mathematics was a great and
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    • things I am now saying intelligible to you in greater detail. —
    • five years and there is unwillingness to admit that a great deal more
    • warmth in man's organism is greater than the warmth of his
    • of Warmth. To prevent this is of the very greatest importance.
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    • I explained to you yesterday in greater detail how man is related to
    • is already enriched, an abundance of unconscious forces. A great deal
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    • which you find in the central Alps. Here are two great and important
    • is of great significance. People with a greater lime content are as a
    • — not to a very great extent, it is true, but to a small extent
    • Anthroposophical Society in Great Britain.)
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    • consciousness. Steiner distinguishes between the great initiates who
    • My dear friends, you may talk a great deal with people outside in the
    • past months. Like all our undertakings it is to serve the great
    • me such great pleasure in such an occurrence? Allow me to say this
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    • consciousness. Steiner distinguishes between the great initiates who
    • the deepest secret of this his greatest poem, by making Faust say to
    • passing moment the basic mystery of his greatest poem. It seems then
    • greatest poems in human evolution, a poet, wishing to portray a great
    • have we to emphasise that so great is the force and power of this
    • connected with the words eternity and spirit light, all the great men
    • reverently of all that in the first post-Atlantean epoch the great and
    • individualities who still bore within them all the inward greatness of
    • culture. We have also pointed out how great and significant man finds
    • to all the greatness that, so dimly sensed today, has only come down
    • according to the needs of the age, great initiates give to men from
    • definition of an initiate. The great initiates, who gave man the
    • the corresponding etheric part is far greater than the difference
    • difference is not great between what may be achieved through a
    • much greater between what our hands accomplish in the world, and what
    • When we learn this fact, and think of the great difference between the
    • of the great initiates as the real driving force, the real
    • connection between what these great initiates have to do and what
    • “Those are the great figures of world history.” When
    • initiation and become able to turn his gaze on the great figures of
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    • consciousness. Steiner distinguishes between the great initiates who
    • doing him a great injustice by assuming that some physical deformity
    • in the great majority of cases by external things — by what a
    • great deal in the world, but he does not concern himself with all the
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    • consciousness. Steiner distinguishes between the great initiates who
    • himself in sensory existence, one thing of the greatest importance
    • dread of the spiritual world can be so great that it becomes the acme
    • on?” That is a question of the greatest importance, and through
    • But there is something of still greater importance. In ordinary life
    • one must live deeply, of how little one corresponds to the great ideal
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    • consciousness. Steiner distinguishes between the great initiates who
    • Now there is a great difference between life, observation and
    • more or less super-sensible states come before us in the great poetic
    • chapters, or sections, of the really great poetic works. These moods
    • turn to some great poem and find there something like its shadow
    • They do not consider that what is above depends to any great extent on
    • relationship to Christ, he might even become a great occultist and
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    • consciousness. Steiner distinguishes between the great initiates who
    • individual it can rejoice in its power to grow individually great. If
    • there as the great Light-bearer who leads, really leads, to bringing
    • eternity should be held fast in the inward greatness of the individual
    • with him into these worlds too great a measure of what in sensory
    • the power to develop within him inward greatness that wells forth from
    • his inner being. For what is individual greatness in the individual
    • soul but the seed of all the greatness in the whole world evolution of
    • epoch the mediators of the greatest spiritual deeds of mankind. In
    • power behind all the greatness that radiates into human evolution from
    • greatest possible distance. That would not prove that the men of this
    • for eternity, is generally much greater than the other tendency,
    • existence. There is a great deal he would prefer not to leave but to
    • super-sensible world what has no value, then this has a great deal of
    • penetrated by the light of its spirit. The greatest mistake that men
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    • consciousness. Steiner distinguishes between the great initiates who
    • judgement as to how we should place into human evolution the great
    • Where have the great founders of religion lived, those who were the
    • great initiates and who gave their people what they needed out of
    • unknown corner of the world, far removed from great empires, and there
    • Who indeed accomplished His greatest deeds of culture among a people
    • That is the great step forward out of the darkness of life to the
    • wisdom, but that great initiates have come to their greatest impulses,
    • into a great cosmic whole. We see him ascend to yet another planet of
    • work is of great significance.
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    • great variation is possible. These lectures will investigate what
    • our will! The great variety of human action really comes about
    • and thought one has the notion that there is a great deal outside in
    • thing compared with this great world. When the clairvoyant
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    • spiritual post-mortem teachers can give us, depend greatly on what we
    • have made of ourselves in previous incarnations. Then comes the great
    • throughout spiritual life, or at least for a great part of this life
    • into the spiritual worlds, for the Gods have given thee a very great
    • turning aside from the path leading to the great ideal of humanity.
    • direction of the great ideal of humanity, these it would have to
    • evolution of humanity has Lucifer greater power over man than at this
    • unconsciously. All this is the outcome of a much greater wisdom than
    • further towards the great ideal of humanity, the IDEAL of the
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    • really is that comes to us as light. This light has a great deal
    • certain sense we should say to ourselves: ‘It will be too great
    • example the great importance of what is called the threshold of the
    • great deal really takes place in the inner part of human nature, and
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    • and it is there in the greatest abundance. To a certain extent we may
    • That is a most astonishing thing, but it is a fact. To be a great
    • great number of fairy-tales and sagas. These are gradually
    • the same way as here in the physical world we have to employ great
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    • this wide subject, a great deal can be but indicated and much else
    • death as a great tableau. To the circumstance of thy sojourn within
    • last great memory which we have after death in the form of the
    • great loss when after death the power of memory is overcome and we
    • expand into the great spiritual world, or withdraw into ourselves.
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    • speaking of what I described as the great ‘Midnight Hour of our
    • world, small or great, that is of value to the world. That is one
    • the greater portion of the time between death and rebirth — but
    • this and naturally it would be the greatest folly if a person were to
    • great inventors are often people who in former incarnations died
    • other purposes. A great deal more has to be produced by nature than
    • living towards a future when this will appear in ever greater degree.
    • wait to see how many are bought. This tendency will grow greater and
    • greater until it destroys itself and when I say the following you
    • is the great social problem confronting those who understand life;
    • for an outer world has reached its greatest intensity because we have
    • earth we attain to an ever great consciousness of our Ego, we thereby
    • of great importance; and as we develop on into the future, it will be
    • their new incarnation. The Spirit must work with greater power, so
    • through the Holy Ghost we are awakened in the great Midnight Hour of
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    • feel: “Standing there, you bring a great deal to expression in
    • is the same with the child as with people in general — a great
    • only to the experiences that will come in later life. A great deal
    • great social task if you take the force of feeling which social
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    • change overnight. We must strive towards a differentiation of a great
    • been the great tendency of the last four hundred years. And to-day,
    • through a book he is already sharing these thoughts with a great
    • Christ Himself, it is a great mistake to suppose that the solitary
    • my dear friends, that people have thought a great deal about this,
    • Nature of Christianity; in it he speaks a great deal about the
    • great mark of our time.
    • a great thing — but it ought not to be all-sufficient for human
    • Feel the great
    • the great difference between youthful enthusiasm and the enthusiasm
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    • evil spirit! Imagine a great thinker, knowing nothing of our time and
    • are the one great mirage in the world, while the substance of our
    • — you may object — a great deal is said about the
    • has to say: It is like a dream... even a great thinker of two
    • foundation. It is here, in this great illusion, that we have to
    • reality. For this is the great difference between human life and
    • a great deal which was formerly instinctive is now rising into the
    • such a way that there is not much to say about it, but a great deal
    • how thought could be carried like an arrow over great distances by
    • But a great deal
    • life of the spirit. And the loneliest of all were the great thinkers,
    • Gottlieb Fichte. You will have heard and learnt a great deal about
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    • is of great importance to have the right direction of ideas, at any
    • example, how great is the leap from kinematics into mechanics. The
    • so many times greater than the force needed to make a gramme go a
    • as to reveal the very great importance of what is here involved. For
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    • say it moves with a greater or lesser “velocity”. Let us
    • greater or it may be smaller. So long as we go no farther than to
    • accordingly, we shall say that the point has a greater or lesser
    • only happens to a slight extent we can still bear it; if to a great
    • observe as an objective phenomenon in Physics, is of great importance
    • in greater detail in due time. Now in and with the light the colours
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    • a great difference there is between taking the phenomena purely as
    • Please set great store by this. Mere spun-out theories and
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    • Friends, our bodily nature is indeed of the greatest interest even
    • great achievements of modern Physics; it is in truth a very great
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    • like that is of untold significance; nothing could be of greater
    • or oscillations. We must make greater demands on the qualitative
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    • had discovered something of very great significance. He had found
    • led upon the one hand to the great triumphs in materialistic
    • revolutions. They seem like great and shattering events in social
    • revolution has here been going on, far greater in its domain than
    • I cannot go into these phenomena in greater detail, but I should
    • and bone in different ways and have thus proved of great importance
    • madness! Often and often, when speaking of the greatest activities
    • great spiritual streams to which the web and woof of the world is
    • great all-embracing agencies of Cosmic Evolution.
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    • The human being's life alternates between the great outer macrocosm and
    • that leads into greater depths of our inner nature, behind our
    • nothing. Now for a certain reason of which we shall hear a great deal,
    • impressions of waking life, is called the Macrocosm, the Great World.
    • in speaking of a Macrocosm, a Great World — in contrast to the
    • forgetfulness man passes into the Great World, when on going to sleep
    • mystic are vastly different in quality. There are also great
    • lectures will speak in greater and greater detail of the paths leading
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    • The human being's life alternates between the great outer macrocosm and
    • spiritual investigation confirms this. In the great majority of
    • far the greater number of people these two states are so predominant
    • must learn a great deal more, for example, to relate the movement of
    • penetrating invisibly into space behind a great cosmic timepiece. We
    • system we can pass on to contemplate the great spiritual
    • forces and Powers behind the great cosmic edifice of our solar system.
    • order of our planetary system, regulating the great cosmic timepiece
    • Microcosm, and the forces working in the great cosmic clock, driving
    • in all epochs have chosen corresponding designations for the Great
    • recognise not only the planets as the hands of the great cosmic clock
    • the Great World, the Macrocosm.
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    • The human being's life alternates between the great outer macrocosm and
    • of outer Nature. He learnt to feel with great intensity, no longer
    • Midnight. The Sun could be seen in its greatest splendour and glory
    • something else of great significance was connected with this beholding
    • individual planets pointed to the great spiritual experience just
    • feelings which are experienced in the very greatest intensity. Such
    • read the great script of Nature were still active in these peoples at
    • second Guardian, the greater guardian of the Threshold, who stands
    • approach this Greater Guardian of the Threshold consciously, but still
    • Lesser Guardian of the Threshold, at the other, the Greater Guardian
    • Great World when we have passed the Greater Guardian of the Threshold.
    • Once past the mysterious Being who is the Greater Guardian of the
    • interactions between the Great World and the Little World, between
    • portal, when he passes the Lesser and the Greater Guardians of the
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    • The human being's life alternates between the great outer macrocosm and
    • passes either the Lesser or the Greater Guardian of the Threshold.
    • relatively speaking, we can do a great deal to develop our powers of
    • angle to the great truths of existence. We will endeavour today to
    • can be compared with something very great; also that the individual
    • the capacities of that great Being with whom, however, it may feel
    • realise with ever greater certainty what is right and what is wrong;
    • akin to it. The great universe is pervaded by Cosmic Will, Cosmic
    • Even though today my soul is paltry as compared with the great Cosmic
    • into this stupendous greatness.
    • infinite thankfulness towards these great Beings is born in our souls
    • everyday life as gratitude and is an experience of the very greatest
    • himself up with greater and greater intensity to the feelings of
    • to Cosmic Feeling as absorbed in sleep. The greater human intelligence
    • is a cause of great uneasiness that attention is beginning to be
    • between the Lesser and the Greater Guardian of the Threshold? After
    • were macrocosmic forces, stored up by great spiritual Beings. So it
    • light, were to flow back into the great reservoir of Cosmic Light and
    • physical space. Hence it is of great importance that nobody should
    • holds good for the path that leads past the Greater Guardian of the
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    • The human being's life alternates between the great outer macrocosm and
    • willing to submit to the greater demands made upon them if it is said
    • he was therefore under the guidance of a great teacher whose own
    • grandfather, great-grandfather, and so on, we should find — if we
    • great-grandfather, and so on. In the ancient Egyptian Mysteries of
    • The only possibility of learning about it in greater precision is to
    • the feeling of greatly enhanced obligation and responsibility
    • incarnation, he experiences a great deal more as well. At this point
    • Atlantis. Before the great Atlantean catastrophe the face of the Earth
    • was quite different from what it is today. We lived on a great
    • The descent into his inner being would have been fraught with great
    • it, Eckhart protected himself by inducing a feeling of the greatest
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    • The human being's life alternates between the great outer macrocosm and
    • in existence. In order to indicate still more explicitly how great
    • experience with far greater intensity all the hopefulness connected
    • and how trivial in face of the great realities and Beings of the
    • great cosmic clock or timepiece. Just as we infer from the position of
    • lying behind. And so it is in the case of the solar system. This great
    • the material aspect of man, so too we see of the great outer world
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    • The human being's life alternates between the great outer macrocosm and
    • the path out into the Macrocosm, into the Great World, in contrast to
    • which, because of his natural make-up, he has the greatest kinship.
    • would also be before us that other great figure who shows us what we
    • pass the “Greater Guardian of the Threshold.” It is this
    • Greater Guardian of the Threshold who effaces consciousness when we go
    • figure, the Greater Guardian of the Threshold. This mighty Guardian
    • present much greater hindrances. The call for self-knowledge must also
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    • The human being's life alternates between the great outer macrocosm and
    • our nervous system and what is expressed in the great symbols of space
    • great cosmic prototypes even in the smallest reflections in the
    • daily experiences and deriving new strength at night. A great deal
    • very slow process in many cases and a great many experiences are
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 9: Organs of Spiritual Perception. Contemplation of the Ego from Twelve Vantage-points. The Thinking of the Heart.
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    • The human being's life alternates between the great outer macrocosm and
    • himself inwardly that his life of soul is greatly enriched, these
    • or certain formulae in which great world-secrets are briefly
    • Admittedly, there is great cause to disregard thinking during the
    • true understanding of life. In by far the great majority of people an
    • individual, who being anxious to accomplish a great deal in a short
    • and he finally came to inform me with great glee that he had actually
    • a far greater extent than is the case in other experiences, with the
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 10: Transformation of Soul-forces and Stages in the Evolution of Physical Organs. Reading in the Akasha Chronicle.
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    • The human being's life alternates between the great outer macrocosm and
    • become dangerous. He will have great difficulty if he has to recollect
    • great flaw: it reveals things in a shadowy way and details are lost.
    • he himself originated. This explains the great reverence with which in
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 11: Man and Planetary Evolution
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    • The human being's life alternates between the great outer macrocosm and
    • But in order fully to understand the great problems which have to be
    • logic of the heart is not by any means active yet to any great extent
    • satisfied by current explanations of the great problems of existence
    • the shadow-sides of modern civilisation to be found chiefly in great
    • that by means of questions. And so when great cosmic truths are
    • are by no means fully developed today but they will reach greater
    • he produces in his larynx. Where is the greatest human perfection to
    • innate in the folk-spirit. Hence a great truth is contained in what is
    • to such exercises and the teacher must feel the greatest possible
    • into a higher sphere and this demands the very greatest sense of
    • Macrocosm — heights far greater than we, with our ordinary
    • the great ideals which shine down from the spiritual world. Our will
    • but to lead men towards the great goal of brotherhood, to promote
  • Title: Man/Being/Spirit/Soul: Lecture I: Man as a Being of Spirit and Soul
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    • great riddles of existence scientifically from a different
    • fact that great and outstanding scientists of the present time
    • a book, even from a scientific viewpoint, has great
    • great emphasis to the need for the coming into being of a
    • by Dubois-Reymond, the great physiologist, which I have
    • which the human soul turns to in great longing
    • greater view of life. We guide the will into our life of images
    • about the connection of air to a greater mass of air which is
    • any particular religious confession. It is the greatest
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    • great unconscious sphere of purely material atoms and
    • nature of man independently of the bodily nature. However great
    • city — a city where a great
    • It is a great moment when the scientist of spirit has
    • arbitrarily. — It is a great
    • the great mysteries of existence. One feels as a scientist of
    • Of all the great number of personalities who could be
    • in the world as belonging to a great, beautiful, worthy
    • nature of the outer world, and that the great harmony between
  • Title: Man/Being/Spirit/Soul: Lecture III: The Science of the Spirit and Modern Questions
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    • gives us any answers to the great questions of human
    • have not brought solutions for the great riddles of the world,
    • bother about the great unknown which exists beyond the sea and
    • great ocean as Columbus and his followers did. But at that time
    • great going to sleep which the human being experiences when he
    • conception. This is the great world memory. Since this world
    • I can remember how the great medical authorities at a
    • of plant life, of each individual plant and of the great
    • the past created great and impressive works. How did they
    • his full human existence. No, if we wish to solve the great
    • great riddles which life brings in quite a different way from
    • finished and still needs a great deal to be done to it, and we
    • some of whom were great experts in various sciences, in
    • Spirit can give to the great questions which humanity has about
    • And the third great question of present day civilization
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    • it, but occult knowledge has a greater significance for the world than it
    • greatest service, not only to those on the other side of death who
    • only by dint of great effort on the earth, through Spiritual Science.
    • themselves that to overcome this fear was of very great significance.
    • by far the greater majority of people is possible now only through
    • a fruit of such meditation one may look back over a great part of the
    • soul to cause the blood to pulsate faster or slower, to direct a greater
  • Title: Lecture: Christ at the Time of the Mystery of Golgotha and Christ in the Twentieth Century
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    • a great deal of misunderstanding may arise from this statement, but
    • been said, Michael was the greatest, the mightiest, among them.
    • a further stage of development. This is of great importance, for according
    • now think of the laws of Nature. A great deal can be understood by studying
    • consciousness; and the greatest fear by which man is possessed —
    • of the greatest possible importance, above all for the present
    • through the name of Jehovah, but directly. And the great
    • has led to the great achievements of natural science in modern times.
    • greater intensity than hitherto arose in mankind. In earlier times
    • little-known corner of Palestine, something that was the greatest
    • life of Christ the greater number of His contemporaries were
  • Title: Origins of Natural Science: Lecture I
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    • a renowned churchman and one of the greatest thinkers of all time. He
    • his disappointment with theology is so great he dares not apply his
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    • There is great difference between modern-day atomists and Democritus.
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    • science in modern times has been greatly affected by a change —
    • placed great value on presenting his philosophical principles and
    • square. Modern nebulous mystics describe great mysteries, but there
    • is no great mystery here. It is only what a person would have
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    • actually assigning far greater value to science than do the modern
    • the greatest thinkers. Thus Newton really does not know why he takes
    • People today like to regard as great thinkers those men who have said
    • something or other that they approve. But if the great men also said
    • a man of great genius but
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    • that clairvoyant perception can give greater insight, but it is not
    • Therefore, in spite of its great achievements we can say that science
    • owes its greatness to the fact that it has completely missed the
    • Matters such as these must be seen as part of the great change in
  • Title: Origins of Natural Science: Lecture VII
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    • greater mass, the force of attraction is porportionately greater.
    • If the distance is greater, the force of attraction decreases, but
    • great, the attraction is four times less; if it is three times as
    • great, nine times less, and so forth. Pure measuring is instilled
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    • People today do not greatly esteem a work like De Divisione
    • meaning in them. Awkwardly and with great difficulty Boehme presents
    • Century had great difficulty in getting rid of this concept. It was
    • Great efforts were made to find something that would fit into this
    • well applicable to nature and has achieved great triumphs. But it is
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    • human nature, in his physical body. This experience, after the great
    • say to yourself: The great thing about science is that it has
    • You see, here lie the great tasks that, by means of the historical
    • We cannot confront the great challenges of our time with a few
    • This history shows us at every turn that something great and
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture I
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    • 19th century which has given a great deal of support to a
    • greatly in their capacity to react to the being of heat. Through
    • process. A great deal pertaining to our condition of life rests on
    • nothing of the kind. His stride is greater than that of the tortoise.
    • to a greater or lesser extent, are of such a nature that in order to
    • is not usually considered as empty space but the greatest possible
    • great a misleading effect on the observers of the 19th
    • great. This is because in the time since Goethe the whole physical
    • and are small and conceived of as separated by relatively great
    • through this pressure one can measure how great the temperature is. It
    • foundation. A great deal of pride is taken in this so-called
    • opposed to the real. The understanding of this is of great importance
    • heat in particular. There are also great inorganic processes that are
    • would be to disagree with reality. In the face of the great phenomena
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    • Also since the expansion is greater the higher the temperature, I have
    • whose denominator is greater than its numerator, then when I square or
    • occupied by the quicksilver becomes greater. It sinks at first, and
    • ancient Greeks. And at this time was formed that great chasm between
    • then it becomes a matter of great importance that entirely different
    • takes place, we have a great deal of difficulty in answering on the
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    • other. The greater the pressure the smaller the volume, and the
    • greater the volume the smaller must be the pressure acting on the gas.
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    • greater than the part, etc. The basis of our mathematical concepts
    • probably greatly astonish you. Let us suppose you have advanced
    • becoming a greater mechanist than before. An orderly occult training
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    • on the substance we are using. The tension is greater in the case of
    • considerably greater when we raise the temperature. When we cool the
    • sufficiently great pressure, it will melt at a temperature below its
    • Then we will have, indeed, taken a great step ahead. We have advanced
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    • gaseous also belongs to it. Now there comes about a great distinction
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    • if we would produce work. Only recollect how great a part of our
    • reaction of the whole great system as the reaction of my whole
    • great whole in which the perpetuum mobile seeks to arise. The form of
    • of similarity between matter and heat becomes greater and greater as I
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    • have seen that great difficulties arise when we try in this way to
    • heat to his surroundings. This in turn involves a smaller or greater
    • with a representation in the greatness of nature herself, which is an
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    • a great deal of body building. The nearer we approach the condition of
    • childhood, the greater the body building, and as we take on years
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    • rays. This has not yet been fully demonstrated and it is of very great
    • particles with each other and with the walls of the vessel. A great
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    • equilibrium, and when the difference is great a larger quantity is
    • becoming greater when this is large and less when it is small. That is,
    • how much heat I will need to get a certain degree of conduction. The greater
    • is, the greater will be the amount. Thus the
    • Finally, the whole process is dependent upon time. A greater effect is
    • blossom color above. If, by the employment of a sufficiently great
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    • account of the great size of the earth, we find we are really dealing
    • coin phrases and accumulate great amounts of money to perpetuate their
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture I: The Three Steps of Anthroposophy
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    • IT IS a great pleasure to me to be able to give this series of
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture II: Exercises of Thought, Feeling and Volition
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    • before, or consciously changes such as one had. The greater the
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture III: Methods of Imaginative, Inspired and Intuitive Knowledge or Cognition
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    • inner life a greater control over the statements of a Spiritual
    • implanted in the consciousness by free choice. It requires a greater
    • consciousness in another way. And we need this greater effort to
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    • power of obliterating the imaginative pictures grows ever greater, and
    • later becomes so great that the whole picture of one's life's
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture I: Rosicrucian Esotericism
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    • knowledge. But the further back we go into the past, the greater was
    • come to know, it became necessary to allow a great deal, indeed, a very
    • follows. He said, “A far greater number of human beings who long
    • The great scientific authorities, of whom we read that they excavate
    • what we justifiably admire today as evidence of the great progress made
    • evolution, arguing about whether Buddha or Christ is the greater. But that
    • more greatly misunderstood than anything else in the world.
    • As time went on, the great
    • with the course of their evolution. The great teachers of humanity are
    • is lengthy. Only think how greatly Northern Europe, merely as landscape,
    • Ahura Mazdao, the great Aura of Ormuzd. But this Being had descended, had
    • the great world. Now think of an outstandingly advanced individuality,
    • is to give man his place in the great world in order to reveal to him
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture II: Soul in the World around Us
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    • that this could happen, you would be making a great mistake, for the
    • The being belonging to the mineral experiences great happiness when
    • of science that there is no great difference between plant seed and animal
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture III: The Nature and Being of Man
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    • greater detail, referring as well to a great deal of what is already
    • divert it from something with far greater strength than before. If you
    • the level the greater is the difference between the etheric body and the
    • the etheric heart, which lies to the right. The greatest difference,
    • is a fact of great significance and many riddles of human nature are
    • in the case of the animal a great difference, between this second member
    • It differs greatly from the etheric body.
    • greatest possible variety of colors and changing forms, like a cloud
    • made by the great religious teachers has been so dynamic is because
    • through the breathing process but there must be great caution and
    • being of greater power. The same happens in the case of the blood system.
    • this tableau lasts. The time varies a great deal in human beings. Speaking
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture IV: Man Between Death and Rebirth
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    • on to go into the matter with greater exactitude. So if somebody dies
    • There is, of course, a great deal else in Devachan. All life on earth
    • all-embracing life, and perception of it is of great intensity, for in
    • Just think of how everything introduced into life by the great founders
    • that had streamed into the physical life is present before you in great,
    • are essential there, develop greater sensitivity. The organ of perception
    • he is about to begin. This is of great importance for him. It takes
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture V: The Physical World as an Expression of Spiritual Forces and Beings
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    • must picture these relationships as a great network or web, which is,
    • on earth is to forge bonds of ever greater intimacy. Companionship in
    • earth, greater or less personal prosperity is possible at the cost of
    • A great deal more could
    • underlies the physical creation, a great deal will become intelligible
    • as such is born, it becomes free. This is an event of great significance
    • are answered is of great importance; for example, as explanation of
    • age. In the period until puberty they should learn to revere the great
    • prototypes, the great processes in nature; only between the fourteenth
    • proper development. It was known that all life is one great whole and that
    • greater it is, the less it remains abstract wisdom and the more forcibly it
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture VI: The Configuration and Metamorphoses of Man's Physical Body
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    • about the greatest secret of the Mysteries, namely, that gods were once
    • it is now other beings who pour out substance as their great sacrifice.
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture VII: Evolutionary Stages of our Earth before the Lemurian Epoch
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    • substance on Old Moon. The Old Moon was like a great organism, living
    • of spirit and soul. Just imagine that great masses of human beings were
    • power to master the stubborn bodies was the greatest. But under such
    • measures for the good of evolution. A great deal in the evolutionary
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture VIII: Stages in the Evolution of our Earth. Lemurian, Atlantean, Post-Atlantean Epochs.
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    • During that epoch a great cosmic event took place, namely, the exit
    • were forming. At that time man's astral body still had a far greater
    • influence upon his environment, greater magical powers than were his
    • with the qualities of soul, and this accounted for the great differences
    • other, to the Europe, Asia and Africa of today. These great migrations
    • were subject to the authority of the great initiate of the Sun Oracle.
    • This great leader of the
    • Sun Oracle, the greatest initiate of Atlantis, directed his attention
    • who were gathered together by the great initiate because they had developed
    • that understanding of the new age was to be expected. The great initiate
    • The great initiate of the Sun Oracle did not, however, despise these
    • the great Masters of Wisdom who are allowing certain spiritual treasures
    • enough to know why theosophy is there today. It is there to meet a great
    • The great initiate of
    • great migration, everything that had come into existence in Atlantis
    • born and that now they had lost it. Thither the great initiate of the
    • ancient Indians the material world was maya, the great illusion.
    • by Zarathustra, the great pupil of the mighty initiate of the Sun Oracle.
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    • They, too, have changed in the course of evolution. During the great
    • into the material world. The greater the understanding acquired by man
    • personality. Death was the great unknown and evoked fear. The utterance
    • the spirituality of yonder world. Even the great leaders of mankind,
    • souls felt still greater pain at having been obliged to leave the physical
    • whom he called Ahura Mazdao, the Great Aura, in contrast to the little
    • great Sun Aura, by Ahura Mazdao, then Ahriman will no longer lead you
    • said, “So great, so mighty is He who has revealed Himself to me
    • made by the great Zarathustra. He announced to his pupils that the great
    • the expression of a great cosmic event but also of the greatest of all
    • Great Aura,” Ahura Mazdao, would one day unite with the
    • he did not believe that this great spirit had dwelt on the earth in
    • invisible in the spiritual world but radiate there in even greater
    • spiritual world that the greatness of that creation is first realized. It
    • has first to learn to realize the greatness of this most. mighty cosmic
    • spiritualized. Thus the appearance of Christ on the earth is the great
    • great truth concerning suffering dawned in him. He now taught of the
    • But the great medicine will exist, that is, the power of the soul that
    • to Christ and to the dead body on the cross is the greatest transformation
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    • many different movements is so great and the cleft between them so wide.
    • about the the great cosmic laws of karma and reincarnation. On Old Moon
    • drawn upon its fountainhead. The great individualities who presided
    • Oriental training. This path is fraught with great dangers for European and
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    • I should like to ask you, by means of the example of a great
    • in study, we find, not only the great Poet very pre-eminently there,
    • inexhaustible fund of greatness. And if we have learned to add to our
    • This was the question for the Mystics of all ages; and this great
    • himself took a great deal of trouble to become acquainted with the
    • spiritually. All that the great Spirits have disclosed about the
    • substances and metals in the retorts, and they took great trouble to
    • cultivates (frohmen) his passions, the River throws up great waves.
    • found the three great priests of Initiation; these priests were
    • the evening, when the shadow of the great giant is thrown across the
    • twilight. What is this shadow of the great giant? Goethe went into
    • beautiful Lily. The Lamp has one great peculiarity, everything dead
    • perceptible. Everything man does on the road to the great goal, until
    • any light of her own. This might be gone into more fully, in greater
    • So let us hurry on to the great procession in which we encounter a
    • showing them the great course of the evolution of man, of the
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    • so in a great picture. He then contributed the Fairy Tale, in which
    • calls out, “The time has come when a great number of people
    • meets the great Giant, whose peculiarity is that in the evening he
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    • their descendants, how the relationship of world and man and the great
    • is able to decipher the script that is written in the great festivals,
    • date than the actual age in which the great thoughts of the Rishis of
    • that time a great flood deluged the continent of the ancient Atlantean
    • female sexes did not exist. Thus, in the spirit of the great Indian
    • human civilization after the great flood. At that time one did not yet
    • Divine and of what had occurred in the great celestial vault of the
    • the greater Mysteries, the same events also took place as an event in
    • embodied as a human being, as his human brother. This was the great
    • Thus, we are faced with an historical event, a great mystery that is
    • All the great teachers of wisdom — the Egyptian Hermes, the ancient
    • the Truth and the Life. The great difference between earlier religions
    • concerned with a great teacher of wisdom — teachers of wisdom were
    • birth of the greatest Sun Hero, of Christ Himself. Thus these two
    • the Masters, because it will be to the Masters, as the great leaders
    • great process of Advent. The three weeks of Advent symbolize these
    • spirituality arose from the great cold.
    • great cosmic truths in this manner, means to celebrate the cosmic
    • heavens in this way, you celebrate the great cosmic festivals with
    • thoughts or a web of dogmas. It has a great task and world mission to
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    • of those who in the past established the great festivals as symbols of
    • experience the great depths of the words spoken by Goethe at the
    • the only artist: from the simplest substance to the greatest
    • contrasts, without seeming exertion to the greatest perfection, the
    • accordance with the great law flowing through it and streaming into
    • the great festivals. Now they have become abstractions, and the soul
    • the great creative Word that lives in nature and the whole universe
    • intention, when the great festivals were established on the occasions
    • memorial of a great event that once had taken place on earth. During
    • a great secret. What they said to them was somewhat as follows. I am
    • sense when the sun celebrated its great victory over darkness. Up to
    • immortal human soul. Then, in this primeval age, the great moment in
    • the Lemurians were fructified by the higher human soul — a great
    • what was of the greatest importance for their earth existence. It was
    • this great moment that was commemorated in the festival celebrating
    • universe and all that is related to it, we experience the great rhythm
    • would result. Our universe is only made possible through the great,
    • Observe the pulse or the processes of digestion and admire the great
    • order revealed itself in its great glory to these wise men. This is
    • world harmony was presented as the great ideal for those who, in
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    • Too great a flame, we stand, with wonder burning.
    • which, in the great Mysteries, was celebrated by those personalities
    • occurs. In the great Mysteries man was permitted to behold the active
    • which he underwent the greatest experience possible.
    • Mysteries, were first taught what the awakening signifies in the great
    • at the time when darkness on earth is greatest, when the outer sun has
    • entire course of human evolution, realizing that the great festivals
    • contemplation of the great eternal truths. The pupils directed their
    • learned that for them, too, the great moment would come. "Today," they
    • arouse in themselves what may be called faith in man's greatest ideal.
    • Christos was to appear as the great Ideal of all men, that He had been
    • as the sun follow a great rhythm. Were the sun to change this rhythm
    • same time bears the power in itself to bring forth new life. The great
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    • regarding it not only as a great unity, but as specified into
    • lying next to us, presents the greatest surprise to the present-day
    • — something infinitely multiform. That is the great difference;
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    • Now to occult observation there is a great difference of
    • the great sense-apparatus of the earth, through which the earth-planet
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    • beautiful or ugly can be very greatly disputed all the world over; but
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    • upon our soul as may be aroused by earnest people of great worth;
    • the loftiness and greatness and sublimity of the beings of this
    • comparatively great yet without going deeply into these matters, we
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    • the great illusion. Where physical astronomy places a planet, there is
    • a great and mighty etheric heavenly body is there, which, through the
    • visible proof that this was also once enacted in the great cosmic
    • Now there is no great teacher outside, making the axis of the world
    • period in a sublime way by the great Zarathustra to his pupils.
    • great teachings of antiquity. And only when we permeate ourselves with
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    • only perceives “ maya,” the great illusion. We only reach
    • The differences certainly become ever greater and greater. The
    • clearly present, but it is no longer so great as that between the
    • resemblance becomes infinitely greater if we now demand from occult
    • comet comes from very far away and it also returns to a very great
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    • greater and more powerful is the impression received in the manner
    • disturbances are so great that we can scarcely succeed, without
    • treasure of the Nibelung and did a great deal of good with it; but
    • then gain an impression of the present-day sun, which to a very great
    • say; “A great deal of nonsense has been talked.” just as
    • even in theosophical books, a great deal said about the expression
    • then, for the first time, one knows that though they yield a great
    • perceive all, or at least a great deal, of what is contained in them.
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    • descriptions as a very great acquisition; and in a certain respect it
    • from each other than do the human races. Certainly we find great
    • these with the great difference of the animals from the imperfect up
    • the sun and Mars; you see that there are a very great number of
    • wider spheres than that of the Spirits of the Age. These great epochs
    • growth of humanity that they stimulate the great impulses of
    • of Motion are inspiringly active in great spheres; one Spirit of
    • the great civilisation impulses in the evolution of the earth which
    • Spirits of Motion the racial forms of humanity, these great impulses
    • mentioned among the great truths which, as every experienced student
    • brings great truths, but they must be recognized in the right way. We
    • single thing in it; then only shall we recognize the greatness of this
    • book. Of all the great truths taught by the true occultist,
    • equivalent to Mercury” — that hinted at the great truth of
    • occultism, and in these subtle and great truths things must not be
    • fact, it will have to correct a great deal of the former astronomical
    • great Individualities. So it came about that these seven successive
    • to humanity was the great recollection of the ancient Atlantean
    • greater earth-sphere than that of the separate Spirits of Motion. As
    • Theosophical Movement, in which so much that is great and true and
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    • account of its greater proximity when it penetrated the
    • earth-organism, bears a still greater resemblance to the planet
    • revealed as a reflection of the principle of the great Sun-Spirit Whom
    • across in H. P. Blavatsky. What great revelations there are in The
    • such a contemplation may acquire great moral importance if in much
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    • used in both instances. It is of great significance that in the description
    • The Ten Commandments are interpreted by the great majority of men
    • and great grandchildren, and their bodies will become waste. If you
    • great mystery of the ego, who also knew the ego-god of whom there was
    • priest-wisemen on the one side, and on the other, the great unfree
    • I would have to tell you a great deal to portray for you the deeper
    • your ego in your children, grandchildren and great grandchildren, and
    • of desire has great significance for ego power. Love heightens the
    • could be impressed into them with the greatest might. They received
    • the greatest that it is capable of attaining — that that makes it
    • Golgotha, Who is the greatest archetype of developing man in the
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    • number of men would have had to have a much greater experience of the
    • Thus, in the Sermon on the Mount the great message that the Kingdom of
    • appeared to them. This was the case with Tauler, who was a great
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    • in the presence of these great and powerful pictures — this was
    • So if we consider the members of man in the light of the great
    • become always greater. If man only once reaches the point of intensely
    • great moment in his life, when he can say: “Here I stand with my
    • other great founders of religions. Into the life of Jesus of Nazareth
    • revealed itself in the body of Jesus of Nazareth. All great religions
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    • great religions, and in so far as we study them at their points of
    • have flowed out of what great initiates have been able to give to men.
    • great truths of initiation.
    • the great truths of the Gospels. Perhaps he has already attained also
    • great truth which is valid not only for Buddhism but for all men, and
    • such a way that they had to crowd in a great deal of what man can
    • incarnations occur as in this fourth period. Men had to do a great
    • incarnation. Thence the remarkable fact that Pythagoras, the great
    • Greeks, even the greatest among them, laid especial value on what the
    • post-Atlantean period men will add the great teachings of Karma
    • my Karma, and that it comes to me because it is my Karma, my great
    • great and understanding union, the synthesis of the religious
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    • also, like Savonarola, see the great De Medici, of Lorenzo de
    • his preaching was with great difficulty because he could only
    • utter the words from his throat with great effort. However he
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    • is in great measure only outside occurrence, far less the history of
    • active in the human being, but what constitutes the greatest thing in
    • that the great Sun Spirit now no longer remained the Sun Spirit, but
    • And the Scholastics in their greatness — they really are great
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    • entirely different languages of the soul. This is so to a far greater
    • wear it, often to their great annoyance.
    • extraordinarily great. And now there is a very symptomatic phenomenon
    • we shall find this great difference. The forms of the thoughts have
    • the other by. The individual's greatest interest is only in
    • Goethe but also a great deal of what was there in the Middle Ages and
    • century, it was said that the great pioneer of the nineteenth century
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    • greatest warmth of youth, broke out into the vaguest expressions
    • human perception there still lived a great deal of what was old.
    • ago all this was quite a matter of course. Today a great deal is said
    • Christ away from Jesus pass as the greatest theologians today. Quite
    • concerning the greatest Event that has ever happened in evolution.
    • am not overlooking its great merits — will, in spite of
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    • great progress, naturally attaches the greatest importance to the
    • great change took place in the middle of the fifteenth century: this
    • of understanding it at all. And for a great number of University
    • a little child, he needs the greatest amount of sleep. If ever a
    • the spatial sense, but its greatness could be experienced. His soul
    • I really do not find any very great difference between those people
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    • thermometer, so we can find out a great deal about the undercurrents
    • Nietzsche felt something of great significance.
    • great comforter, helping to overcome what was lacking in material
    • the Greeks had set up as the great consoler for the material life
    • its ideals.” This was a moment of great pain for Nietzsche. For
    • the whole age as a great man — but whom he had unmasked as a
    • has not always been emphasized. A great deal that has been said about
    • wish to feel the greatest enjoyment in the absence of enjoyment. That
    • absence of enjoyment is their greatest enjoyment shows us how they
    • view of psychology a very great deal might be learnt from it.
    • The achievements of the modern age are great. The moment the human
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    • the greatest disaster for humanity if this had not happened. There
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    • great many people think thus about the solution of the world-riddle.
    • epochs, we find a great range of inner impulses arising like
    • great deeds,” are true. But if we speak truly and not in mere
    • described before. Great and pure love, working from within outwards,
    • great demand of the future — must permeate social life.
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    • a great part of humanity has been asleep to this youth movement. When
    • for the soul in the later Middle Ages, have to a great extent been
    • the picture given, let us say, by Albertus Magnus, as the great
    • others but Herbart had a great influence on education up to the last
    • great deal of confidence in a man who faced the hidden being in one
    • great extent a sleeping draught for the soul. People were actually
    • evolution had arrived at a point where people said with great
    • into the laps of those who have had this great longing. Indeed the
    • great rejection, a rejection of something which was there, which man
    • could not use for his innermost being. And behind this great
    • experience the greatest thirst for air. But the lung cannot out of
    • because the child takes in a great deal that is based on tradition.
    • father, grandfather and great-grandfather. Thus tradition and
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    • consider the great difference here between the souls of the present
    • what shines through with the greatest intensity out of the previous
    • philosophers say has no great influence, but it is symptomatic of
    • what their age considered of greatest value — in other respects
    • emptier of spirit. They hoped, for instance, for always greater
    • microscope — which, with ever greater perfection, allows one to
    • our present age enters with the greatest intensity into the spiritual
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    • something of the greatest significance for the intercourse between
    • great problems of world-culture. If one really looks into life today
    • needed to meet the challenges of life. The great German writers
    • have come to know a great deal. But it never leads us nearer to the
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    • great age. This was a matter of course. Why? Because what exists
    • bring an offering to the great God of Nature by lighting a
    • great scene:
    • rejects for Faust the great tableau of the macrocosm and allows only
    • greatest age the soul and spirit were on the ascent, how the soul is
    • consciousness to a far greater age. Herein consists the evolution of
    • can at most reach a greater degree of proficiency but make no
    • the great experience contained in the difference there is when we
    • the right way, can be of the greatest significance for the epoch of
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    • just because he knows a great deal. This leads to absolute absurdity.
    • educate somebody who will be greater than we. It is impossible to
    • to say, he was a materialist, and that was why he had so great a
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    • we to go back to the first epoch after the great Atlantean
    • soul-spiritual nature. But these men did not ascribe any great
    • suffering from the great cultural disease of modern times,
    • great transition to this newer age consists in man meeting man free
    • now let me tell you quite frankly when the great step forward in
    • in practical everyday life we must be right within this great
    • become impoverished. Yet it is of the greatest importance that we
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    • NATURALLY a great deal
    • the whole of Dante's great poem. Then came the time when
    • dragon must now begin, for the power of the dragon has become great!
    • soul. Nowadays a great deal of what constitutes a library is only
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    • triad influences even this great cosmic poem. If Goethe, in his day,
    • considered among the greatest creations of mankind, and rightly so,
    • are a cultural maya and have sprung from the great delusion of modern
    • and philosophers who still knew a great deal about the true facts had
    • seriously. The achievements of modern man are in great need of
    • the great masses of people today. Mankind will have to learn a great
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    • discussions that in man there exists, above everything else, the great
    • shape, a greatly transformed animal shape.
    • great and mighty mystery that man's head has developed through long
    • was greater than that of the sense world.
    • A time of great error, however, had to precede this, a night of
    • faster than we believe today had to be preceded by a great error, in
    • fact, by the greatest error imaginable in mankind's evolution, in
    • first of all, the great error must be corrected which has preceded the
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    • You must, in order to come to greater clarity in this matter, direct
    • the greatest efforts imaginable are made to turn our human fantasies
    • that I have often spoken to you with great enthusiasm about Greek
    • have to develop the belief, modestly and humbly, that it takes a great
    • making himself understood to the human being. The greatest Messenger
    • the One Who was able to reveal Himself in the greatest earth event as
    • Luciferic evolution. For the latter is greatly interested in pouring
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    • such great importance precisely for the Christian evolution of the
    • initiation were admitted by great leading personalities. The knowledge
    • how he was the great teacher of thinking, of that thinking which,
    • truths, as it were. Those who do notice it may suffer greatly from
    • real inner mediation. And the great question will become ever more
    • feelings have no greater vitality than have dreams; only, the
    • confused it would have to notice the great difference that exists
    • friends, a great number of human beings living among us are nothing
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture V: The Michael Deed and the Michael Influence as Counter-pole of the Ahrimanic Influence
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    • right greater than for instance the right of independence of single,
    • and on previous occasions. We find that great care is taken during
    • soul. People, all the way up to the great philosopher Wilhelm Wundt
    • — who is great, however, merely through the graces of his
    • problem of great magnitude. I was confronted with this problem
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    • great Atlantean catastrophe, that is, the time of the sixth, seventh,
    • different from our present head organism to a great degree and the
    • That it may be brought back is the great illusion of the Orientals.
    • We are faced with the strange historical fact that the greatest event,
    • This transformation of consciousness demands greater strength of soul
    • as serious and great.
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    • concepts demand a greater exertion of thinking, a greater intensity of
    • Today these facts are considered extremely grotesque by the great
    • has brought about such great catastrophes. In regard to this I should
    • the social life of mankind is, on the other hand, of great importance.
    • similar to that of another historical prophecy made by a much greater
    • can only be grasped with great concepts. When Friedrich von Schiller
    • themselves members of a great family and will no longer tear each
    • attaches great value to mere phrases. But it must wean itself from
    • the great task master for the generation that must live through it,
    • the task master to a much greater degree than has been the case so
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    • during our incarnation, it is possible to observe with great vividness
    • connected with the fact that his great catastrophe has befallen
    • earlier periods of time, great changes took place in human evolution.
    • certain distance. If mankind is not to expect still greater misery,
    • were, the great procedure of the Christ Jesus Himself, to take his
    • Now at time of great significance arrived in the evolution of mankind,
    • repetition of what preceded them. If one expresses something great in
    • such great importance of which mankind does not even dream today; and
    • be characterized as follows: Great possibilities existed if only the
    • left his family; he has, in reality, remained here. Something of great
    • inhale too great an amount of air. Only spiritual thoughts among those
    • Now let us consider the following: We can learn a great deal if we
    • There is a great difference between a slow death through illness and a
    • looks back upon this flaming up. This flaming up greatly resembles the
    • pain arises from it. There is a great relationship between the two
    • spirituality, but it would have rejected it to a still greater
    • observed even in regard to the greatest, the most significant events
    • In regard to the greatest event in world history, human evolution has
    • to the greatest event of world history, namely, the Mystery of
    • as follows; Among the great number of dishonest compromisers one arose
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    • “On one occasion she was watching at night in great
    • driven at a great pace. In the smaller cities people returning
    • greatly differ, indeed in the most characteristic cases, that
    • greatest danger begins. The matter is dangerous first, because
    • the patient greatly pitied. In short, she exercises a
    • great scholar. It was something that any reasonable man could
    • devoted himself to his work and achieved a great success,
    • best and greatest of all that mankind has thought and felt, but
    • “The pictures contain not only the best and greatest of
    • When you read the complete sentence you run upon the great
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    • surmised many of these things, called the great
    • case, if there were a greater variety of cases in the
    • deepest respect for real scientific thinking, and for the great
    • building its brain manifests greater wisdom than it is
    • Nietzsche was protected to a great extent. If his last
    • things that have sprung from strong oppositions, great thoughts
    • into regions of great difficulty if it yields to
    • Here, you see, lies the great mistake that is being made. It
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    • discomfort. We should understand a great deal if we were to
    • greatest mistake in the Theosophical Society was first made by
    • secrets has no greater value than that of the one who simply
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    • greatly strengthened. I am repeating here certain statements
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    • We know that since the great Atlantean Catastrophe, which entirely
    • five great epochs of civilisation are to be distinguished. We have
    • Now we can say: “Immediately after the great Atlantean
    • significant that already for a great number of people, quite different
    • culture, so they will also change into the sixth, and a great number
    • great number already in the next incarnation, with others, in the
    • of race. If we go back beyond the great Atlantean catastrophe, we see
    • stream the great spiritual beings of the world. And so the content of
    • e.g., for the greater significance of, let us say, the Christ,
    • an ancient script in which the greatest ideal for the evolution of the
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    • also serves it by assimilating a knowledge of the great connections of
    • great events of existence, and we can only rightly judge our own life,
    • when we estimate it by the greatest phenomena of life. Hence it
    • historical document for the knowledge of the greatest Individuality,
    • of the greatest Impulse, which has entered the evolution of humanity
    • reverence, unthinkable today, for the great Christ Event through the
    • greater humility, when we see the events of Palestine presented from
    • four sides. For this event is so great, that one cannot understand it,
    • have four Gospels, which describe this great event from four sides. We
    • flowed into the one great main stream, and still others, in order then
    • individuality whom we mention as Zarathustra, was the great teacher of
    • 600 years before our era as a contemporary of the great Buddha. He
    • the great main stream of our present spiritual life. That means, just
    • physical body; the greatest missions especially were not bound to a
    • solely to what was within, and then the great inspirations about the
    • development corresponded with the great world-laws. The brain had to
    • words themselves, the greatest truths are contained.
    • say: This people, like a great individual, must so develop from
    • the great teacher of ancient times, with Zarathas. He there became
    • their teacher, united himself with them, they took up there the great
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    • the various groups in different lecture-cycles, for a great number of
    • spiritual eye the great event of Palestine, the Mystery of Golgotha,
    • as inspired occultists, wanted to represent this great event each from
    • consider the great event of Palestine from one special side. From a
    • side it is the John Gospel which gives us an insight into the great
    • Jesus, up to the moment where the great inspiration of Jesus of
    • those great, tremendous facts, which are imparted to us and which
    • Isaiah points to that great, mighty event, which should be the most
    • great strides being gradually prepared, which then occur. This was the
    • greatest event in human evolution; thus you understand from this how
    • Now let us hear the great, beautiful legends of Zarathustra. As his
    • greatest cosmic connections. And I wanted to show you how basically,
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    • after us, in future times, will see greater than we ourselves
    • the great secret of Birth and Death. That is considered by
    • between Birth and. Death in the great Cosmic Life into which
    • shall now have to make a great jump. Just as we have
    • Auguste Comte is to a great extent representative of a certain
    • Comte is representative of a great portion of the philosophical
    • so Comte tried to present a like harmony in his great work on
    • features. He occupied himself a great deal with the founding of
    • with a great sweep, according to the basic principles of
    • anyone who knows life to-day, knows that no great number of
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    • the Nature of the future. It is a great delusion to believe
    • This is connected with many things; and a great deal depends on
    • should be striven for as an ideal) consists in the greatest
    • happiness of the greatest number of human beings on the
    • “The good consists in the greatest happiness of the
    • greatest number of human beings on the Earth.” That
    • greatest happiness of the greatest number, evil must then
    • consist in the greatest happiness of the least number.
    • that case evil would be the greatest happiness of the least
    • 1st. The great Fetish.
    • 2nd. The great Medium.
    • 3rd. The great Being.
    • he says: the great Fetish is the Mother-bosom of humanity in
    • space. Space itself is the great Medium out of which humanity
    • comes. The great Being, the last person in his trinity, is
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    • beings to-day. Mankind was guided by great leaders and teachers whom
    • also guided by great initiates, but our initiate are different from
    • what this difference was. There is a great difference between the
    • to the paths that are to lead over into the future. The great
    • The saga thus expresses great cosmic truths. That is why I said at the
    • those schools as the great destiny of man. Just as I was able to show
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    • the great wisdom teaching of Manu4 who, in the sub-race
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    • must first find its place in the great cosmic happenings in the world.
    • who had paved the way for the great initiate who is to lead the northern
    • race of the great discoveries and inventions, the race that has
    • conquered the entire physical plane and that waxes great amid the
    • older version she wages war against the great initiates who
    • came into possession of the Nibelung treasure and had been a great
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    • mankind, their Manus, will arise in mankind itself. None of the great
    • to the earth as great impulses. The Manus of Lemuria and Atlantis, as
    • were political leaders and leaders of great religious communities,
    • Last time I discussed the great initiates of the northern region. On
    • of the lower nature; it is what draws us downwards, the great signpost
    • something of great significance in the sphere of the mental life of
    • it already has a great importance, it has a great influence upon what
    • fire will acquire great influence on what lives in the human heart.
    • itself by working with great power in individuals and since the others
    • great events in the history of the world to the initiates from this
    • secret, because they reveal not only the great events of the past, but
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    • of great importance to do exercises such as the following. At first,
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    • influences. What the eye sees is of far greater importance, for it
    • great parson”. Because there emanated such a deepening from
    • these great souls, the Rhine was named at that time, “Europe's
    • Great Parson Street”. Do you know where these soul forces were
    • great ideas of initiates. Human souls take up the force of these
    • fact, they lived in vessels, under the influence of great initiates,
    • reflected image. To present this in greater detail would take us too
    • turf, slime or spinach was formed. The greatest densification
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    • however, a deep reason for the great Pythagoras to tell his pupils
    • him, On the Divisions in Nature which reveals a great
    • inner warmth poured itself out over great numbers of people. Not only
    • greatest things in the world have gone forth from the thoughts of the
    • life a great deal can be done by observing certain laws of education.
    • great importance. This is why, in the past, at the direction of those
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    • the great world, the macrocosmos; in us, the small world, the
    • which, to be sure, has a great future connection with the heart. At
    • forth all that is in the world today is the great prototype of men.
    • grouping of the five group souls, the four of man around the great
    • The time will then draw near in which great changes will take
    • sword projecting from his mouth. In a symbolism of great profundity,
    • essence of world force and of great cosmic essence. This world spirit
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    • knowledge and all wisdom is to solve the greatest problem of all —
    • past, when some great teacher was teaching? We can certainly learn a
    • great deal if we do; but to come into touch with true primeval
    • forms, it appeared in a form known to many of you: after the great
    • ancient, holy Rishis, the great teachers of India, during our first
    • greatly changed since the times when the great teachers of India
    • East, but also a great deal of that which streamed as a clear light
    • the Rosy Cross; in them is to be found absolutely all that the great
    • the fountain-head of the Christ Impulse. All the great treasures of
    • anything that would be against any of the writings of the great
    • thou, great Buddha, through thy inner illumination, hast seen of the
    • great truths about pain and life is exactly true, it is true to its
    • beyond and above it through that great Impulse. Why could the Christ
    • pain and illness are bound up, and the great healing help had to
    • of that wisdom, could only understand it with great difficulty; it
    • difficulty. In ancient Atlantean times, before the great catastrophe,
    • he evoked the idea of a great spiritual world. When he, pronouncing
    • greatest difficulty to all those who want to explain it within the
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    • the great question which was put by the Holy Rishis. Can we do
    • world, release and set free great numbers of these bewitched
    • (for they are but reflections) be seen in all their greatness. We
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    • smallest to the greatest, even such a being as our earth — a
    • Mysteries; he told him, that it was a truth of very great importance,
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    • become a helper in its turn. So too in the great universal evolution
    • space. They did in great measure what in a lower sphere of existence
    • great helpers.
    • In what way did those great helpers meet them, and what appearance
    • consciousness as read in the Akasha Chronicles. These great Universal
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    • which we have come to know in the Zodiac, those great, sublime
    • is very great, greater than that of any other mythology. This will be
    • two planetary frontiers in the heavens lies the great battlefield of
    • the wreckage of that great battlefield, of that fight in Heaven
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    • also know that the greater number of people have to-day no
    • greatly from the other planets of our solar systems. We shall see
    • power guided humanity. These were the great conditions of lordship in
    • meant, when it is said, that fundamentally the great guiding
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    • those laws which he received directly from heaven. The great leaders
    • government. From them the great teachers worked, so that others might
    • place, the great leader of the Atlantean Oracles preserved the seven
    • most important etheric bodies of the seven great initiators of these
    • Atlantis. Those seven, who were sent down by the great Leader, to lay
    • garment, the etheric bodies of the great Atlantean Leaders, who had
    • they spoke of the greatest mysteries of our solar system and of the
    • the great leaders of the post-Atlantean times were ensouled through
    • The great leaders of humanity in the post-Atlantean times did not
    • lived within them. Therefore, these great leaders could look back
    • what they appear to be on earth. The great leaders of humanity of
    • The great founders of religions were men possessed by Angels. Angels
    • humanity still needed such great leaders, carried within them a
    • find those, through whom the Hierarchies speak The great Hierarchies
    • great men to be inspired by the Spirits who have to be active. Thus
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    • of the physical human body. This is the great Cosmic Man, the Man who
    • the great Cosmos; microcosmic man is formed out of this giant. Up
    • the great primeval wisdom. The mystery for instance, of the process
    • fructification takes place! The mysteries of the great Cosmos will
    • the great mystery which is contained there, and which will only be
    • centre is to be found in the great circumference. Hence, all teachers
    • of the great world. You can see the same process in a nation. Think
    • then. On each planet, such things are the reflected images of great
    • not at all the case! But the great question arises: Is the humanity
    • great questions which each of you may ask who has let these lectures
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    • whether the great thoughts, the great impulses, which great men have
    • standpoint to acquire ever greater powers of knowledge, of will,
    • has to arise if the way were always smooth. Greater things must take
    • be heavier to push, but you would develop greater strength. Suppose
    • themselves; on the contrary, they were the great promoters of
    • body from great Atlantean forefathers in whom that exalted Being had
    • religion of the ancient times! They are the great Teachers of
    • greatest deed of the Christ was that which ended with death, was His
    • not any more physically present. This is the great difference between
    • the Christ and the other great founders of religions. This difference
    • untouched by all hindering influences.) So it goes on, but the great
    • ourselves: Be they ever so great, so wise, so good that they never
    • err from the right path, yet the great mission of man is to bring
    • force, with force to carry out our own intentions, our own great
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    • in great matters. We shall say: we stand firmly rooted in our truths
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    • ancient times, than it is for us, when studying the great wisdom of
    • body, have to work together to this end. Now there are greater
    • produce a different organisation of the astral body. It is a great
    • It means that forms are built into it, which contradict the great
    • certain power of attraction, man lives, and by far the greater part
    • great experience on the way to clairvoyant vision of the World. The
    • This is the first great experience man has.
    • second great experience is that this second personality which now
    • it is moreover of much greater importance than the first. With it
    • energy of lucid intellect to the greatest possible height, so that we
    • we do this, the great, comprehensive, strengthening, encouraging and
    • experiencing the great moment when the beings of fire, air, water and
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    • he would make a great mistake. For transitions such as this take
    • substance to prove their greater power. For those who are able to
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    • speak of these matters with great accuracy and precision.
    • teach. A great deal of oriental wisdom came over in this way.
    • case of great Indra, and since that time there has streamed from him
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    • the lower gods, but a great distinction was made between them. Man
    • judgements; he can submit in a greater or lesser degree to the
    • world have played a great role in human evolution and because the
    • greater tendency to delve into their soul life, into their inner
    • northern peoples had a greater gift for observing the world, the
    • external world; the brain itself grows to greater perfection under
    • corporeality. Physical corporeality was developed to greater and
    • greater perfection, and so the individual souls passing from one
    • for the successors of a great Individuality to retain his name
    • nearer to the earth, to find a dwelling place within a body of great
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    • sun spirit, in the body of Jesus of Nazareth was the great event
    • in the first epoch after the great Atlantean catastrophe, the ancient
    • living as man among other men. This is the great and mighty Christ
    • great significance in the evolution of the world and humanity. Before
    • his soul to the great central figure of the Christ, by allowing the
    • into His greatness, His significance and His causative connection
    • the cosmic Christ was felt to be penetrating the earth to a greater
    • and greater degree; Lucifer again became visible, and was once more
    • becomes a cosmic god. He will appear in ever-greater radiance in the
    • the Christ will to an ever greater degree be realised by inner
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    • and corresponds with great cosmic laws, for man could not attain the
    • Luciferic world, a great and powerful inheritance brought over from
    • there is a great difference in the character of the different
    • great difference, viz. that as regards the ear, one can very easily
    • today. At the present time, inner soul experience is to a far greater
    • feeling was then to a greater extent bound up with the external
    • expressed not only in great things but also in small ones. These
    • which is outside it; hence the Indian lived to a greater degree in
    • possesses in rudimentary form what was once of great significance in
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    • beings, however, which to a certain extent were still greater
    • In the great kingdom of the Light-bearer, of the beings of Lucifer,
    • appeared in a newer guise as the great laws of Kepler which today are
    • Mazdao. For in the sixth epoch there will come about in a great
    • clown in the Vedas was the teaching of the great teachers of ancient
    • old Indian people, the etheric body was to a far greater extent
    • and with this vision they could proclaim great world realities. What
    • The characteristic of an etheric body which was still to a great
    • for it was beset with great dangers for a non-initiate. And when an
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    • man, his inner being, that is, as did all the great teachers of
    • Hence in those ancient epochs wherein the great sages spoke, one
    • may be termed the external aspect, the outer view of the great change
    • Christ principle. We might speak at great length about the relation
    • these, up to the next great catastrophe, and beyond it. If we inquire
    • is the great teacher of all civilisations. The Being who was the
    • Being whom we may designate as the great teacher, who in the
    • this one name, ‘The Great Teacher,’ and to him those
    • incarnation of that great Teacher who may be called the essence of
    • in this sense — call other individualities who also are great
    • Great Teacher, the incarnation of wisdom, which pervades all the
    • of Bodhisattvas, who were, for their age, the great teachers and
    • great teachers there they gather that which they are to teach, and in
    • their midst is One Being Who is great not only because He teaches,
    • and that is the Christ. He is not alone great because He teaches,
    • being great teachers; the Christ is to the world what He is, through
    • Bodhisattvas, we speak of great teachers of mankind, because the
    • they are because they are great teachers. Therefore if we wish to
    • knows nothing of human progress; he does not know that the greatest
    • over into and beyond Europe from old Atlantis brought with them great
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    • For this reason a great number of expositions given
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    • sentient soul. This thought substance has far greater elasticity than
    • greatest experiences vouchsafed him who ascends to higher cognition
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    • a great deal of us that we cannot perceive unless the appropriate
    • there was such a person as Frederick the Great. Formally there is no
    • belief that there was a Frederick the Great. When someone constructs
    • for you the life of Frederick the Great from external data, you
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    • from without, nor bring them to us. That is the great secret of the
    • more we will see in it a great school for learning to think. The
    • the great continents, in the southern, the vast oceans; the tendency
    • In this way a great deal becomes clear. When we know the
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    • it will greatly help us to understand phenomena that concern us
    • to how great an extent the soul life consists of products of
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    • insignificant among us, as well as the greatest genius, is chained to
    • greatest genius is subject to the domination of these conflicting
    • to unearth the earliest works of great men, if possible in their
    • twenty-one, thirty-five, or a still greater age.
    • greatest efforts to remember them. This conflict is actually a
    • in different ways with a great variety of results. This conflict
    • between our own soul forces and the visualizations varies greatly in
    • recalls conceptions, is of great importance because it is a measure
    • you are absorbed, the greater is this opportunity. Looking back at
    • with the soul life — it is of great importance to note whether
    • the cause of our greatest bliss and our deepest suffering, in so far
    • great healer of the ills caused in our souls by sorrow and suffering.
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    • by far the greatest portion of the soul life is achieved at the
    • power of attention, and the greater the attention, the more readily
    • many feelings in a great variety of satisfactions and decisions.
    • achieves satisfaction; there is a great difference. A desire that has
    • When a longing of the soul surges in great waves to the
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    • That accomplishes a great deal. It is really possible to bring a
    • physical plane upon which the great world powers have not placed us
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: I. Franz Brentano and Aristotles Doctrine of the Spirit.
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    • mere existence in the vale of tears, but that it is of great
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: II. Truth and Error in the Light of the Spiritual World.
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    • because the great majority of those who join us feel in their souls a
    • greater compulsion to believe in the devil than in anything else that
    • new souls in bodily forms that obscure and estrange the greater part
    • will meet with great difficulties. One of the tasks of anthroposophy
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    • memory; they thought of him a great deal. One morning they found that
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    • call a feeling of moral responsibility, particularly toward the great
    • opposite can occur. People who have achieved great skill in
    • to a humble man must seem great appears to him small, like the tiny
    • lies in ambush. You can see a great variety of things in the
    • A great deal, then, is required to attain to this
    • our outer world and our bodies with their organs, but great indeed is
    • imaginative world, cannot possibly consider himself great and mighty.
    • adapted we are to what lives in the great realm of nature. Another
    • eyes, and he senses the greatness of nature's laws — repose in
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    • once inaugurated the great Festivals as tokens of what is eternal and
    • strictly in accordance with the great laws which pervade the realm of
    • that the great Festivals were inaugurated.
    • in the great universe and within us too when self-knowledge awakens,
    • a token of something greater still, of something momentous and unique.
    • great happening on the Earth. At the hour of midnight the priests
    • teachers of the people, and spoke to them of a great Mystery. (I am
    • came that great moment in evolution when the immortal, imperishable
    • descended. This descent of the divine ‘Sons of the Spirit,’ this great
    • children of the great universe and they said: “We have become men
    • the great moment when they had received the impulse which was
    • all-essential for their earthly existence. And this great moment was
    • the great rhythms of Nature. If we think of all that encompasses the
    • meet the challenge of the chaotic! And how greatly the rhythms of the
    • In earlier times this cosmic harmony was placed as a great Ideal
    • of a great Ruler an Initiate who amid the treasures of wisdom
    • contained in the Earth must await the great moment when newly revealed
    • it would be as great a calamity as if the Sun were to deviate from its
    • that Sun myths are connected with the lives of all the great Founders
    • The Sun-Soul was the great example for the way in which a man's life
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    • Greater Mysteries man beheld the forces working through all existence;
    • place at the time when darkness on the earth is greatest, when the
    • the evolution of humanity, realising that the great festivals have
    • presented as a picture which made them realise: For you too the great
    • spiritual re-birth, as the great Ideal of all humanity and moreover
    • darkness is greatest, as a sign and token that out of the darkness of
    • the power to bring forth new life. The great symbol of worlds stands
    • to birth in the Holy Night because the greatest Light shines forth
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    • symbol but each year anew it reveals to man a great, eternal truth.
    • time on will be understood in ever greater measure. And so it came
    • fixed as the day of Christ's Nativity because a great truth had been
    • point to the loss of a great truth, such profound meaning lay behind
    • heights and there recognise the great Sun-Spirit, you bear within you,
    • however greatly man's forces threaten to decline and his sufferings to
    • Nor is this revealed until he is initiated into the great mysteries of
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    • great and mighty, something that endeavoured, in the time now lying
    • behind the Gospels is infinitely great — greater by far than anything
    • fragments of this great Gnostic conception of Christ have survived.
    • must be guided to bodies in which the great symbols of Solomon's
    • had taken place, the great secret that was intended to be mirrored in
    • presented by certain mystic sects to-day; the Mystery-truths are great
    • existence on the earth — it was this that, with greater depth than
    • at the time of greatest cold, towards our New Year, was regarded as an
    • destined for greatness is born. It is the child who is the first to be
    • To be taxed with Mary his espoused wife, being great with child.
    • tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people.
    • The great goal for which man must strive is the attainment of the
    • them. And then an ever greater understanding of the Christ will take
    • Mystery-knowledge with a great and renewed Gnosis.
    • mankind no child's play but great and earnest, soul-shaking truths.
    • be shaken by greatness.
    • spirit-being. And just as the greatest human genius could not stand at
    • speak of them at greater length you would find that there are deep
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    • soul into a different relation with the great events from which the
    • The Easter Festival makes great demands upon man's powers of
    • And so the great Christian Mystery is illustrated in a threefold way
    • that the tenor and mood of the human soul has undergone great changes
    • been the simple shepherds in the fields who with their great purity of
    • them to pupils specially chosen because of their greater maturity of
    • he regarded as being akin to a great and wonderful Hymn.
    • the revelation made to the three Magi from the East. The great mystery
    • before birth. We were living then in the great universe, experiencing
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    • on the 6th of January) will assume greater and greater significance
    • The great sacrifice made by Jesus of Nazareth is that he gave up his
    • understand more and more what a Magi is, and what the great Magi, the
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    • THE Festival of the Holy Night has for centuries been a great festival
    • Christian world as a great and memorable contribution to the times. It
    • great mystery of human life and death by saying: When the soul passes
    • simply to be regarded as a great Teacher, the messenger of the Father
    • great importance to Rome at the time, the Christ had appeared in Jesus
    • There could be no greater contrast!
    • us is of greater significance than what is implied by the word
    • great plan of world-history. In the Mysteries of all peoples, this
    • time at which this understanding is accessible, to the greater part of
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    • There are two aspects of this beautiful saying of the great Mystic
    • human beings passing from incarnation to incarnation attain greater
    • and greater understanding of the real nature of Christ. And we have
    • Christ Mystery greater than any that was possible at that time. With
    • great riddles to the best souls. Men have been reaching out for an
    • greatness, the higher the soul's vision soars into the realms of
    • veil should be drawn over the great Event, because men were no longer
    • the greatest of all festivals of consecration, the festival that rings
    • aura of the other boy was illumined by the forces of the great Buddha.
    • greater fruition. But men must know Who the Christ was before they can
    • there are individuals — in greater and greater numbers — who resolve
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    • years. Let us consider the nature of this progress. After the great
    • Indian civilisation, during which the great Rishis were the teachers
    • if we take great periods of time, we find that all the sentiments and
    • words, we could not have advanced if there had not been great Teachers
    • successive age and that the attitude of the great Teachers towards the
    • that the great Teachers themselves undergo development from one cycle
    • progressive evolution of the great Teachers of humanity. Just as man
    • turning-point, so likewise do the Great Teachers.
    • Man goes through a descending and an ascending development. The great
    • meaning. The great Teachers could not have taught the Old Indians by
    • they have explained it by word of mouth. To the Old Indians the Great
    • pupil. What was of greatest importance was what the teacher saw, in
    • of his soul were of the greatest importance; for a sort of inspiration
    • the great Teachers of the Old Indians to have a particularly developed
    • One thing, however, was necessary in these great Teachers: their own
    • were those of the people. If a great teacher had stood at the same
    • in through the sentient body, that the Great Teacher of the Indians
    • contact with one of the great Indian teachers, he would have said:
    • the ordinary way, but in a certain sense left it unused, A great
    • flow from within, towards the great Teachers. In this way quite new
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    • should continually enter in greater detail into the questions and
    • sufficient merely to know that there is a great law of destiny
    • time to studying the law of karma, the great law of destiny, with
    • in the external world. If we wish to find a comparison for this great
    • and was put into the new trade, he took a great interest in it. At
    • with greater zest. When he is eighteen or nineteen the feelings and
    • true observer many years after. Nothing but the great connections and
    • who was very greatly respected and honoured. I had not yet seen him
    • is of great and special value in any life. I have known men who
    • bodies must now call forth greater activity in order to repair the
    • healing force. Whatever calls forth great activity in the spiritual
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    • In each of the Gospels light is thrown on the great Mystery of
    • presented by the Gospel of St. Mark from the aspect of the great
    • ‘There is a great difference between having the ego only in
    • subsequent earth-periods was destined to attain greater and greater
    • In the course of years a great deal has been said as to what the
    • noble, wise and great. As human beings, we are not only able coldly to
    • of still greater significance has come. If man had not been subject to
    • greater good-health; and when we have gradually learnt to understand
    • retrospectively, thus enabling the holy Rishis to reveal their great
    • become what it was to be, when that ego takes into itself the great
    • to be aglow for what is great and good, to feel enthusiasm for the
    • brings about to a still greater extent the consideration of one man
    • event was taking place? Just reflect that Tacitus — the great
    • ever greater and greater, for it has to prepare for a coming event
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    • Zarathustra. We have a great deal more to learn through our studies
    • In Solomon there were great, important rudiments, which were to be
    • descendants; perhaps for the very reason that such great forces are
    • the good but to the evil spiritual powers. That is the great
    • Spiritual Science, to read the great scriptures of old aright, through
    • expression by pointing to the great progress of evolution. This has
    • of the great teachings of cosmology and humanity, while everywhere
    • great responsibility of Anthroposophy. Anthroposophy has sprung from a
    • must grow up as regards their capacities so that a great number, and
    • in the course of the next 2,500 years will be experienced to a greater
    • The great event which awaits mankind in the near future is, that those
    • materialistic sense, shook the world as greatly as had once the
    • to the people that his birthday must be held as the greatest Festival
    • France, and so on; great numbers of persons traveled as pilgrims to
    • Christ’ in our century, that greatest of Events, signifies that
    • the great epoch of humanity which is immediately ahead of us. Do not
    • not been prepared for this by Spiritual Science will miss the great
    • It will therefore be a great omission, if those who have the
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    • existence. In reality this is in itself as great and mighty a fact as
    • a great and still more comprehensive law permeating all human
    • unities. We can point externally to one great and mighty fact,
    • among other things, that great fact in the evolution of the world, the
    • expression, the image, of a still greater cosmic polarity rooted in a
    • unity; greater than the example in our present-world life, of the two
    • microcosm, is born out of the Macrocosm, the great world — must
    • the great Cosmos. If we compare man, as seen to-day in the light of
    • of greatest importance in it. For example, there is much truth in what
    • greater importance. If we wish to feel the force of this, we must make
    • in the great world, is that of the Sun to the Earth; and the same
    • and is just as greatly out-of-drawing as that of woman. Thus the
    • Natural Science would greatly contradict Spiritual Science; but their
    • great change in the ordinary process of everyday life. When a new
    • earth are macrocosmically connected with events of the great world. A
    • greatest heights to the Initiates. The Initiate draws from thence at
    • forces during Kali-Yuga, will be thrown open to a great part of
    • Shamballa. That is the great question of the dividing of the ways:
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    • such questions can be drawn from much greater depths in a study-group
    • great poet, Æschylos. When we let the personages depicted by the
    • that name. Five hundred years before the Christian era the greatest
    • Æschylos, the great Greek dramatist, depicts around Orestes. What we
    • instead of contemplating short spans of time we look at great periods,
    • greatest height possible, so that in the Graeco-Latin civilisation it
    • some slight extent grasp the great thoughts of the guiding Cosmic
    • Beings! When man asserts that the truth is simple, that is great
    • universe yielded eternal verities, is making a very great mistake;
    • In this way we can divine a great mystery of our human development,
    • vehicle for the highest. A premature ego-feeling, a too great feeling
    • It would have been impossible there for one person to tower so greatly
    • is right for that time. It is one of the great assets acquired by
    • lived and experienced in advance by the Great Leaders, the Great
    • having greatly developed his inner personality, was of particular
    • realms of shades!’ The great value of the invisible, of the
    • juncture, at the turning-point of the times, a great Leading
    • This deed was accomplished by one of the great Sages of ancient
    • great depths lie concealed. Empedokles, — the great Sage who was
    • not only a great philosopher but an Initiate into the deep mysteries
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    • stimulated by the Spiritual world. When to-day we remember the great
    • great impulses through which Spiritual life has flowed down from the
    • In the primeval past, not long after the great Atlantean catastrophe
    • Finally, we have the greatest Impulse of all in that mighty inflow of
    • given in the past, and as we have repeatedly emphasised, it is greater
    • Christ-Impulse, that greatest Impulse in the development of mankind. I
    • know that to him that Event was the great revelation, whereas all he
    • undermined. Thus while there was the greatest necessity that this new
    • this is the great and final result of the materialism which has been
    • play so great a part; even though the reverence of a few persons is
    • personality and belief in Authority is particularly great. We are,
    • were to carry out its great original impulse, unweakened, and with a
    • work out all right, yet there is a great flaw in them. Suppose an
    • As a parallel to the appearance of the Event of Damascus a great
    • Christianity. In this respect we still have a great deal to learn from
    • Herein lies a great impulse for the life of the countries of the West,
    • books are focused on that which is the great achievement of the
    • found expression in the Theosophical movement. The greatest must be
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    • fear are connected. There is no greater fear after death than this
    • advent of the great Buddha in pre-Christian times. A careful
    • the great Fichte and the contemporary philosopher Bergson. Both agree
    • the divine exclusively in man. Because of this, ever greater
    • even greater obstacles for itself in its cloud of visions than during
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    • to maintain consciousness, however, a great transformation begins. We
    • characterized the moral element is of even greater importance for the
    • the greatest importance, the sum total of the last incarnation as it
    • not take this view. In great poets we find again and again echoes of
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    • uttering an untruth our worth is greater than it is afterwards. For
    • astral body must be created for us out of the Great World, the
    • investigated with great exactitude, new discoveries can be made all
    • through death a less moral tenor of soul. This makes a great
    • the man brought with him through death a greater or lesser moral
    • A moral disposition of soul is therefore already of great
    • things that inspired the greatest wonder in him were the starry
    • territorial religions; their original greatness lay in the fact that
    • religions towards a great goal, we must seek to understand this
    • the greatest calamity. For I could imagine that such a person does
    • shall be filled with the great impulse. When the spirit-knowledge we
    • kinship with the whole universe! What could give us greater strength
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    • affords me great pleasure to be with you this evening on the occasion
    • Although I have concerned myself a great deal with Homer, yet a
    • are not truly great will not be singled out. Passing greatness will
    • of great artists and poets. This is also the case with the great
    • The greatest contribution to the development of spiritual life and
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    • life after death. Attention has often been drawn to the great
    • world with far greater intensity than could ever be the case in the
    • physical world. In addition, something else may cause great pain to
    • life. In the Venus sphere he is taken up into one of the great
    • Christianity has not yet made great progress in its development
    • has gathered out of the cosmos, and it is the greatest sin to allow
    • can say that that is a great teaching!
    • Being. In the Sun sphere the greatest danger is to take
    • I have occupied myself a great deal with Homer. Lately the fact that
    • greatest possible activity of the etheric body in sleep, then he
    • do no greater injury to some souls than by pouring blind love and
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    • existence, the greater our efforts to acquire a true knowledge of
    • great cosmic panorama, a cosmic firmament between death and a new
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    • nature as if the dead were there with him, he performs a great
    • the gift of language on humanity by means of fire. A great fire was
    • vast expanse of the Starry heavens. We grow into the great cosmic
    • I have concerned myself a great deal with Homer. Last summer during
    • Homer the blind poet because he was such a great seer. Homer mentions
    • the more one realizes that the ancient poets were the greatest seers
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    • greatest furthering effect for them.
    • bridged. A great deal of good can be done by bringing spiritual
    • recognize a great genius if he were dressed like a teamster. One has
    • human beings, the living can perform the greatest service to the dead
    • develops a far greater sensitivity for the complexities of life, for
    • moon. The greatest wisdom is contained in these matters.
    • cultivate spirit and soul through spiritual science have a greater
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    • forward. In its place he has gained a greater degree of independence
    • the greatest seriousness and it is called forth by the deepest
    • that great spirits are not appreciated during their lifetime, but
    • bring about premature deaths and great misfortune. That is the
    • begin to think is in fact far smaller in comparison to the great
    • to play on our instrument. This ability is much greater in early
    • greater wisdom than is normally realized. Then we can also picture
    • greater the wisdom and ability of man.
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    • I would like you to realize that there is something of far greater
    • It has shown itself to be a special service and one of the greatest
    • together is a matter of great importance. Souls born in the
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    • wanders in even greater darkness. One might well despair and think
    • it is due to maya. Maya, the great illusion that spreads a veil
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    • rebirth and how that life is connected with the great realm of the
    • earth sphere. By far the greater majority of communications from the
    • a great number of intentions in the course of their life. It need not
    • greatness that had conceived the plan of the poem prevented him from
    • shortcomings but in a sense because of his greatness that Goethe was
    • small or important matters. Now there is something great in a poet
    • Goethe's astral body, namely, that he had conceived a great,
    • greatest value and significance. We will speak in a moment of the
    • event of the greatest significance for that planet then took place.
    • The passage through the Mars sphere can therefore be of great
    • journey, and we are obliged to inscribe a great deal even if not
    • The imperfections of really great men are also recorded in that
    • observation is Leonardo da Vinci. He is a spirit of greatness and
    • remarkable, magnificent paradox. The greatest blessing for a
    • however, imperfection originating in great men whose influences have
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    • We can perform the greatest service to a dead person by forming a
    • disposition are simply of greater value here on earth than people
    • lacking in morality. A moral human being is of greater worth for the
    • great-great-great-grandparents were. Obviously, we cannot influence
    • discovered only with great difficulty.
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    • we do encounter a difficulty, a great difficulty — not for our
    • into movement. That was his great central act; his most significant
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    • a great many. We find that one philosopher is after this and another
    • constructed. I will suppose that there is a great last at the
    • there. Only look at the paths which the disciples of great men have
    • had to follow in order to come to this or that great man, and then
    • that a great many of these people call their pets “Pussy”.
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    • unable to grasp with their whole souls anything of the greatness and
    • world-outlook signs. Certainly, the Gnosis will render the greatest
    • can lay hold of into a great concept-organism — a logical
    • great men. Thus, for example, Hamerling is an out-and-out Monadist or
    • voluntaristic Psychist. It is precisely great men who have so
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    • constellations are of much greater importance in the life of the
    • is the “great thinker” which down to our last finger-nail
    • carry out the great thought-activity which engraves upon the world
    • be placed one-sidedly in life, we know that we belong to a great
    • Otherwise he could probably do something greater, much greater;
    • constellations. These persons do great harm by hypnotizing the world
    • I might say: “With bleeding heart I declare that the greatest
    • — the greatest hindrance to the knowledge of this fact is the
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    • into movement. That was his great central act; his most significant
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    • a great many. We find that one philosopher is after this and another
    • constructed. I will suppose that there is a great last at the
    • there. Only look at the paths which the disciples of great men have
    • had to follow in order to come to this or that great man, and then
    • that a great many of these people call their pets “Pussy”.
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    • unable to grasp with their whole souls anything of the greatness and
    • world-outlook signs. Certainly, the Gnosis will render the greatest
    • can lay hold of into a great concept-organism — a logical
    • great men. Thus, for example, Hamerling is an out-and-out Monadist or
    • voluntaristic Psychist. It is precisely great men who have so
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    • constellations are of much greater importance in the life of the
    • is the “great thinker” which down to our last finger-nail
    • carry out the great thought-activity which engraves upon the world
    • be placed one-sidedly in life, we know that we belong to a great
    • Otherwise he could probably do something greater, much greater;
    • constellations. These persons do great harm by hypnotizing the world
    • I might say: “With bleeding heart I declare that the greatest
    • — the greatest hindrance to the knowledge of this fact is the
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    • as to be connected with its very greatest problems. Hence the problem
    • together, one of which no doubt a great part of mankind would like to
    • look up to what is still felt by a great part of modern humanity as
    • one of the greatest upliftings, one of the greatest upbuildings and
    • sprung from the world historic sight of suffering. The greatly
    • small and great, ever again rise to the surface, how they actually
    • continually asserts itself and which stands as a great consolation
    • place, and when it becomes greater even produces death. Out of pain
    • all-important role. I should like to quote just one example. A great
    • own greater consciousness-world. And so finally out of suffering
    • spiritual-scientific world-conception with its great law of destiny,
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    • complete way the problem of how to carry the greatest possible mass
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    • presents itself as the greatest riddle of existence; so that when
    • being up to his seventh year we find that he contains a great deal of
    • it sets up the greatest concentration of impulses, desires, for the
    • this point — is born with a great deal of energy in life, with
    • here. For Paracelsus the whole external world is one great
    • besides death she has invented illness to produce greater health;
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    • great understanding, that the idea often advanced by western
    • them. Indeed, the matter has gone so far that the thoughts of a great
    • solely from its external side and not from the inner, the great
    • art, great as it is, is far from achieving.
    • themselves; he also received these powers, indeed in a far greater
    • degree than the animals. For although the latter bring a certain great
    • And it is this which brings about such great complexities in life,
    • universe for man's sake, through this great change in our solar
    • themselves over this time. As I have said, by far the greater number
    • experience a great and all-embracing feeling of sympathy for the
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    • be seen to a great extent. Let us descend to a very low order of
    • show us that the etheric body must make greater efforts to call forth
    • etheric body have to make greater efforts to manifest themselves? This
    • time. Hence the etheric body has to exercise greater powers if it has
    • departs to any great extent from its instincts, or that it follows its
    • a great difference on our inner organisation between the reaction of
    • In the course of his life a person has a great number of experiences
    • they develop into concepts which he works upon, etc. But a great many
    • death. First of all we observe this great difference between the
    • There is a period in our life when we experience a great number of
    • up to the moment when a person can first remember, a great number of
    • great impression. Now if we investigate, we shall perhaps find that
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    • to find how greatly these have changed.
    • incarnation in which he will encounter the greatest opposition to his
    • and circumstances where he meets with great hindrances, so that his
    • evolution. This influence plays a great part in human evolution; but
    • the part of a great teacher. If we study illnesses in this way we
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    • we have something of which the knowledge is of the greatest importance
    • health which would otherwise be much better is in fact greatly
    • oppression and so on he would thereby gain great satisfaction. For if
    • read a great deal so as to avoid thinking of this, he would naturally
    • great deal with himself, though not in the ordinary egotistical sense.
    • have mentioned are present in a great many lives and especially in
    • disposition for the illness within us. A great many forms of illness,
    • greater number of monuments to Chance.’ And if we examine
    • does not greatly appreciate, and when we are driven to some act from
    • Today words are as a rule handled with great facility. A word,
    • however, can lead to great error and confusion. The word has but to
    • penetrate us with the greatest strength, and here our thought refuses
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    • the greatest possible. Now let us examine in detail how such
    • the suitable organs. Thus if someone has received a great many musical
    • something of still greater significance. What is taking place within a
    • body and the etheric body was greatly loosened. The earlier and more
    • We should be under a great delusion if we believed that the experience
    • ourselves of it, but when we have no pain we do not greatly trouble to
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    • the illness would lead to no great improvement during the life in
    • moral culture, he will be in great danger when penetrating his inner
    • any auditory perceptions must be treated with the greatest
    • the main there is nothing to which he has a greater aversion than the
    • forth. Such people have a great aversion to any serious study that
    • connected with the depths of spiritual life. This may be of great
    • become too greatly entangled in Maya or illusion and may find our way
    • to the point at which the ahrimanic powers may exert the greatest
    • influence upon us. At no time is the danger of illusion greater than
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    • What has been said in our last lecture is of great significance and of
    • great deal about the physical world and yet be a gross egotist,
    • that the great events in the course of human evolution could not come
    • of greater age. For up to our thirty-fifth year we direct our forces
    • appeared successively as a great prophet, a great painter, and a great
    • individuality there perceived, was expressed in the great spiritual
    • being brought about, these too are subject to certain great karmic
    • a great number of people, because of uncharitableness, had been impelled
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    • AS I have several times pointed out, the great karmic laws can be here
    • with the great laws of human karma that we at definite periods adopt
    • these measures. With regard to the great plans of life, human
    • Indeed, such matters are ordered by great laws. The discovery of one
    • see how greatly they stand in need of an anthroposophical world
    • penetrates most deeply into the soul, will have a greater tendency to
    • she retains a greater degree of free spirituality, and for that reason
    • there should be found a greater number of women than of men. Any man
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    • karma, be it to a greater or less extent. Such questions as these one
    • and love, which would otherwise be side by side throughout the great
    • interested only in causing the light to be spread abroad to as great
    • the whole great world, inclusive of mankind, as One Being. In
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    • great part of civilised humanity, nothing further occurs than that
    • observe the great achievements of ancient India. But if we compare
    • Science relates to us of the great culture of the Indians, we then are
    • compelled to admit that the original greatness of what this people
    • desire, springs forth also the wish for great ideals, the desire for
    • Greek civilisation, in the Greek heroes, in the great men and artists
    • That is the great disappointment of the luciferic spirits; they are
    • greater number of people do not wish for such enlightenment. You will
    • see a great part of mankind succumbing to a certain religious egotism,
    • own souls attain the greatest degree of well-being. This egotism is
    • passions may play a part in it. Nowhere does Lucifer play a greater
    • greater degree the director of his own will. It is not the will which
    • deeply, and which again are connected with the greatest destiny, even
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    • All these experiences may take place with great anguish
    • their great benefit, and yet discover this: to understand as now
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    • sense world and the super-sensible spiritual worlds. It is of great
    • their thinking out of its place in the great cosmic order. The result
    • these luciferic allurements in regard to love, for a great part of
    • greater detail. The luciferic element in love is actually cherished
    • great deal of advice is given in this direction and certain
    • We see therefore that what is great and sublime on the
    • artistic impulses, there arises in humanity from his activity great
    • order! These eccentric philosophers are actually found in great
    • erroneous, refutes itself. In the case of its greatest mistake —
    • has the greatest difficulty in becoming clear about certain of its
    • ensure the greatest possibility of segregated independence.
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    • particular entity one feels greater sympathy, while in immersing
    • will myself”; we have to experience something of the greatest
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    • world have to be given up to a far greater degree. It is terribly
    • great mistake springs from the fact that those who make such claims
    • naturally meet with a great deal of opposition from people like
    • do indeed play a great part when impressions are fished up out of the
    • complicated, there is a great deal in the subconscious that does not
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    • great fortress. Within it lived many people, of all ages; they were
    • Felicia told how a great number of these people had the
    • great number, dwelled between the figure from above and those
    • earth. They lived in small fortresses that were copies of the great,
    • his great learning — would have had more trouble grasping it
    • great extent by the luciferic element.
    • gained greater and greater importance (and to recognize this, one
    • we have built great ahrimanic strongholds. It is not yet the custom
    • place!” Yet that would be the truth. Libraries, great and
    • “literary speech,” which the children to a great extent
    • long period of my life, and only with the greatest effort could I get
    • enlivening story of the fortress that multiplied itself into a great
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    • something that can be of greatest use in understanding the life of
    • element is present to the greatest extent in the development of art.
    • added. Because of the great responsibility in writing all this, I
    • destiny! This is of great significance for your spiritual perception
    • And then we begin to divine something of the great cosmic secrets
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    • a great many things can be observed in the process of growing into
    • great many areas. But human souls that have taken the path of
    • destiny, we must say that there is a great deal of fulfilled karma in
    • through a great deal in a former earth life that requires
    • say of a great deal of the karma of our youthful years that it cannot
    • great deal that looms up on the way to his other self. Since Johannes
    • of shadows. Here great secrets of soul life make themselves felt.
    • must approach it with great confidence that the true ego will he
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    • arrogantly; even so, we shall not deviate greatly from this custom of
    • Allomatics is presented as a work of great learning,
    • higgledy-piggledy mixture, stirring up a great deal of violent
    • great benefactor of mankind in not allowing himself to be seen, for
    • — actually prefer that to acknowledging what they are today, so great
    • an effort will bring about a great change in the disposition and mood
    • imagine a great swarm of gnats. From a distance it looks like a
    • and greatest thing that could happen now and in the near future; at
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    • the great world of nature, is the realm of the lifeless. Especially
    • do we know that even in the greatest phenomena of nature there rules
    • penetrate into the meaning behind them. If we succeed in this, great
    • great world outside, when the plants bud and germinate in Spring.
    • body and etheric human body. But there are a great many spirits
    • being, we have really before us something like an image of the great
    • to call attention to a matter that is of great importance, namely,
    • developed immediately after the great Atlantean catastrophe —
    • the Flood. We passed through, as the first great post-Atlantean
    • But now let us turn to the West, and see what is the thing of greatest
    • expression. A great occult fact is here indicated that man, as
    • and there he paints his greatest and best pictures.
    • him there lived a much greater painter than appeared outwardly. The
    • really a great painter lived in him.
    • been able to attain great perfection as a painter, but powerful
    • great men have created will disappear. When these things have
    • what these great children offer people concerning the meaning of
    • occur if this were done would be a great disarrangement of trains on
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    • springing up a great number of ears of corn. We know quite well that
    • within him which the other has not would be making a great mistake.
    • Now you will understand how great is the difference between these two
    • far the greater number of the visions! What does such a person do? He
    • cornfield would not use the greater part of the corn for nourishment
    • Now, after we have gained an idea of the immeasurable greatness of the
    • greatest event of the earthly evolution. In our epoch the seeds of
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    • All such history is, however, only one chapter of the great world book
    • us, the songs of the great Pindar, our memories of the great art of
    • Greece. See how it develops from the great philosophers belonging to
    • the Romans. Nearly all legal thought, and a great many of our other
    • am taking Greece and Rome as belonging to modern times) a greater
    • Even if we think of the greatest poets of Rome, compared with the
    • greatness of Greek art and poetry, they are nothing but imitators.
    • Rome, however, became great in quite another sphere, one in which the
    • greatness of the name of Rome.” In the very best time of Roman
    • rule it was the greatness of the name, what had gone into the word and
    • themselves like great lords and thought it an easy thing to take over
    • What you see divided between two people in one of the greatest works
    • belittling the greatness of this Romanism but things must be rightly
    • great without having any notion of how, in using the word, he connects
    • with the great forces in history. When one is able to perceive the
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    • great disappointment to the luciferic powers. One can, of course, only
    • civilization was a great disappointment to the luciferic powers
    • been able to lift the Greeks and a great part of humanity out of human
    • the genius and greatness of Greek philosophy and wisdom. The Greek
    • the form of the “great illusion,” things are sometimes
    • great all-embracing mechanized empire had arisen, it would only have
    • understand these attacks will become ever greater. At the beginning of
    • still in great measure unfree, but we may see how so significant a man
    • have to write. The spirit dictates to me in a great and marvelous
    • called the “Great Spirit,” and to receive his commands.
    • Great Ruler of the Earth” from his community. This was Genghis
    • Khan. The Great Spirit, through his follower and through that priest,
    • which was prepared long ago, is nothing more than the great attempt
    • Great Spirit.”
    • powers of the “Great Spirit,” intervening again. An
    • follower of the “Great Spirit” — it is much more
    • veritable revelation of the whole process. He was a great and powerful
    • thinking, we can place another great figure, Thomas à Kempis, who was
    • untold number of people who suffer greatly under the disturbing
    • being of Christ is of great significance, and so we will select
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    • A great deal has really been said with these few words. It only needs
    • greatly disillusioned through the Roman evolution, as we described in
    • who had seen a descendant of the “Great Spirit” of old
    • were a great number of individuals who had been initiated into certain
    • descendant of the “Great Spirit” of Atlantis, was revered.
    • When the Atlantean spoke of his “Great Spirit,” he expressed
    • Great Spirit Tao” but he was still connected with him. He
    • distortion of the “Great Spirit” — a mighty being and
    • one who did not descend to physical incarnation. A great many men were
    • to know the great cosmic secrets that relate to what works and lives
    • knowledge. This was one of the greatest black magicians, if not the
    • greatest ever to tread the earth; he possessed the greatest secrets
    • when Vitzliputzli was able to have the great magician crucified, and
    • the great magician of Taotl was killed. In this way Vitzliputzli was
    • super-sensible, it is exposed to great and serious dangers, and how
    • is one of the forces that does great service to his natural impulse.
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    • in great undulating waves that do not simply follow the one upon the
    • have brought humanity to achieve the great advances of the last three
    • going on. Such persons have always existed. They had great
    • and you will find that by far the greatest part of what has happened
    • them from the spirits of the dead. Far and away the greater number of
    • originating in this way. This was certainly a great surprise to those
    • must have caused the greatest surprise because it was the last thing
    • shows what it signifies for man, in respect of the great cosmic
    • today. Moreover, a great portion of mankind was omitted because the
    • surrounded on every side by the great network of human evolution. Let
    • opinion about the conditions of our age. The greater part of what is
    • have to admit to themselves what should be admitted. A great part of
    • therefore fosters, as its great ideal, drawing knowledge from the
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    • as we have learned to know it in connection with great cosmic
    • happenings proceeds both in these great cosmic phenomena and in the
    • and attained its greatness, must be of particular interest to us in
    • and great in Greek and Roman culture constituted a spiritual
    • way that it would have become a great earthly mechanism for ego-less
    • The Greek and the Roman epochs were a great disillusionment for
    • earth evolution and repeatedly make the greatest efforts to hold back
    • souls of men were turned to the Great Spirit who was designated by a
    • was the designation of the Great Spirit in the time of Atlantis. The
    • Tao, into the service of the Great Spirit. This was not, of course,
    • the Great Spirit as he had reigned in Atlantis, but a being who had
    • had remained behind in the service of the Great Spirit Tao. The only
    • succeeded the Great Spirit passed over to the East, to Asia, as it
    • of the senses, and to actual perception of the One Great Spirit.
    • the Great Spirit Tao. It was he, who, in Asia, transmitted the
    • inspiration he had received through the Great Spirit, to an external,
    • to be brought to Europe as an aftermath of the mysteries of the Great
    • to depart — into a purely mechanistic realm, a great dead realm
    • performed with great dexterity. Certain experiences arose from the act
    • This cult was dedicated to the successor, the son of the Great Spirit,
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    • of soul underlying so great and powerful a work as the
    • symbolic, and such great impulses underlying Goethe's Faust as
    • power three times as great as themselves, it was commanded that they
    • belong to them but to their great spiritual mission. Whatever wealth
    • was then regarded as the healing of the European spirit. A great and
    • Knights but the Order — had attained great prestige and wealth
    • because he had seen how great was the moral power of the knights over
    • presses out strong forces from the soul that have a great influence on
    • and these constituted a great host. He also understood how to use his
    • Naturally, where something great and noble arises, as it did among the
    • immorality — becomes attached to that greatness and nobleness.
    • There the Great Spirit in a first embrace
    • The Great, the Nameless Spirit in his wrath
    • nineteenth century and now on into the twentieth. A great number of
    • fighting and strife he, who is a great seer in a certain way, turns to
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    • opinion that the greatest part — yes, perhaps even the most
    • externally, this divorce played a great historical role. The second,
    • bring — and have, in fact, brought — the greatest inner
    • greatly. This influence goes back to Locke. How much has directly come
    • death, that he can, through this circumstance, exercise a great
    • Christian initiation, so that a great number of them could actually
    • described. It came to pass that a great number of Knights admitted, in
    • deny that our age has produced great thoughts and achievements. The
    • been greatly intensified in men during the last few centuries
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    • a great sum-total of the phenomena of Life is really included.
    • passage through the Roman world? It became that great System of Law
    • these Russian revolutionaries write to one another. They greatly
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    • When I have had occasion in recent years to speak on any of the great
    • widespread sorrow of the times, and to recall only the greatest Event
    • You all know those persons who to a great extent are responsible,
    • greater part of these self-vindicating books?” I have tried from
    • become the great World-misunderstanding which now fills the hearts and
    • Ahriman's appearance on earth. A great many of the exponents of the
    • of the Divine and the Diabolical. It is the great error of modern
    • to them Divine, and Ahrimanic qualities. And a great part of that
    • Leonardo, who once as you know, painted in Milan his great picture,
    • wanted to put a great deal into it, and could never finish it, because
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    • speak of other great difficulties in the entrance of the Science of
    • importance to us, but it is of great importance to the Cosmos. This
    • taking in these great truths with the deep earnestness with which they
    • as the greatest illusion. What does the man of the present day really
    • make when we give ourselves up to the great illusion of modern
    • never tired of speaking of the greater value of pre-Socratic Greek
    • Socrates a great age came in for Mankind, an age which reached its
    • arisen the greatness of Greek culture itself, that unique ancient art,
    • Lucifer had given to the evolution of the earth, was the greatest
    • soul-content, however, is a great hallucination — certainly a
    • of the Mystery of Golgotha. Just as it is in the greatest interest of
    • his greatest interest that man should cherish more and more a form of
    • realize that a great part of the creeds existing today is the
    • No greater service could be done to Ahriman than to make sure that a
    • great number of people do not read anthroposophical literature. I have
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    • Science, through contemplation of the great Cosmic events. How does
    • sources — to the great human relations, and to feel for the whole
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    • great and insistent are the demands of the present moment as regards
    • ideas. I had pointed out two great dangers in the domain of thought,
    • two expressions defining the two great foes of human spiritual
    • great period of German evolution, a personality such as Schiller, was
    • sorely needs is the greatest earnestness in the sphere of Spiritual
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    • thinking life. This subject is dealt with in much greater detail in my
    • needs a still greater activity, a greater power, to hold the soul in
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    • Mystery of Golgotha is shown as the great solace in world existence.
    • in the spiritual worlds. From out of the great masses of men who thus
    • earth in a human body. That is the great mystery that we must
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    • to my great satisfaction, I am able to deliver to you here in Vienna,
    • how great a proportion of what so-called clever people call fantastic
    • the future, all this is seen to pass over again into the great
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    • with the great spaces of nature, lest he might lose his ingenuous
    • being, to be sure, in the great scale of cosmic interrelationship, but
    • dead when his body dies. He derives greater satisfaction from such a
    • similar spark in the soul is what so often causes great anguish —
    • Gemüt as great confidence in spirit, if you will consider
    • will you comprehend the nature of the great confidence in spirit. We
    • greater part of this active confidence in spirit has been
    • envision today the other great fact that out of free resolution man
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    • of great interest to many people; but for those who see deeper into
    • development of a dream, on the other hand, is of the greatest import.
    • mediums do it, and sure enough, it worked! But he was greatly
    • in which during sleep we penetrate into the spiritual world, greater
    • clairvoyant way of looking at things takes on greater value than it
    • spirit of the universe. The great language of the heavens was
    • the greater becomes our respect for it. A spirit of reverence for the
    • knowledge of what should take place on earth. How infinitely greater
    • there flow the impulses deciphered from the great cosmic script he had
    • circles about the great 19th Century botanists Schleiden
    • without any particular instruction — as indeed we develop a great
    • study the great cosmic-historical course of our planetary system,
    • out in the universe and think of him as some great and mighty school
    • rains! In certain localities where there is a great deal of rain, it
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    • computations really calls for the greatest respect. It is exact, it is
    • the greatest danger, because they are incapable of refutation. Given
    • epoch this was celebrated in the great and profound rites performed in
    • learn to listen to what the year as the great living being has to tell
    • conceptions; and now that humanity is confronted with the great
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture II
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    • those characteristics which play so great a part in the soul, and
    • lived super-human beings who were the first great Teachers of
    • content of the teachings of these great superhuman Teachers at the
    • The same beings who as the great Teachers brought that
    • great primeval Teachers decide to leave the earthly sphere in which
    • great stress on their gymnastic exercises being adapted to the
    • Thereby, through the great wise primeval Teachers of
    • of Achilles,” or “Sing to me O Muse of the great
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    • as to enter into the life of memory will see what a great part the
    • manner in which our childhood was spent, which indeed plays no great
    • development play a great part in the human soul-life throughout the
    • appearance signifies a great deal. This work of man on his own
    • and there read, perhaps now with greater understanding than was
    • environment have an essential influence on all this. This great
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    • great part of the cosmos, that with this crystallized water
    • metal-miners, for instance, and in this way he acquired a great part
    • a few metals. It is known, for instance, that iron plays a great part
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    • whereas in the ancient times sulphur was of very great significance
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    • greatest possible range of speaking through his throat, and at the
    • When in the Mysteries of Ephesus this great truth was
    • great and mighty maya of the world it was one stage lower. The earth
    • Thus the great world, the macrocosmic Mystery became the
    • Mystery, the translation into maya, into the great world, that the
    • into greater and greater depths. This Goetheanum was to have been a
    • us into greater and greater depths. That which we wished to have
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VII: The Mysteries of Hibernia
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    • man desires to get knowledge, even if it presents great difficulties.
    • required they were led before two colossal statues, before two great,
    • a great riddle should in some way or other become solved in his soul,
    • them a great question of the whole mind, indeed of the whole man.
    • kind of Probation-time. Thereby the great question in the minds of
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    • in life, but which with great beauty rayed from the spiritual towards
    • The pupil experienced a great anxiety, even to a deep inner distress
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    • The Great Mysteries of Hibernia
    • whom I have spoken as the great wise primeval Teachers of humanity on
    • has spread itself abroad like a great spirit which encircles me with
    • those which we are entitled to call in Spiritual Science the Great
    • Macrocosm. These Hibernian Mysteries were great Mysteries.
    • the great Mysteries, that in these great Mysteries the Christ was
    • through so many trials, a Centre of the Great Mysteries, a Centre of
    • great festivals were held within the Hibernian Mysteries, and within
    • And this indicates the greatness of all that went forth later from
    • time of Charles the Great, and through the Middle Ages. But just
    • continual migration. The emigration to America was infinitely greater
    • effects, the impulses of the great Hibernian Mysteries streamed into
    • And now two great streams met, one stream of which we
    • great, majestic spiritual truth. Only the Mystics preserve the
    • inner soul-life, for they are in very truth the last great Mysteries,
    • those last great Mysteries through which human and cosmic secrets
    • again, then do these Hibernian Mysteries appear to us truly great.
    • ancient, marvelously great secrets, may he reach these secrets, but
    • latest times revealed itself to the candidates of the great ancient
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    • a long time, but it could only come about because a very great deal
    • connected with the powers of the earth. A great number of candidates
    • That was the great riddle which occupied those
    • It was always a great moment when a pupil, such as the
    • when with the greatest ceremony this knowledge was brought before him
    • Father-statue made a great and mighty impression on the pupil, for he
    • the Middle Ages. Alexander the Great had carried his — the
    • Alexander the Great by Aristotle, not in writing, but through
    • of the journeys of Alexander the Great in connection with the
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XI: The Secret of Plants, of Metals, and of Men
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    • which Aristotle gave to his pupil Alexander the Great. I will try and
    • “cold wateriness” mean a great deal. These are contrasts
    • Alexander the Great was trained, it is quite possible to understand
    • Aristotle's pupil Alexander the Great had learnt of his
    • To what extent this is of great historical significance
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    • last of the great Mysteries which connected man s inner being
    • still earlier times, we naturally get a greater number than three,
    • man of today. It meant a great deal to look at the earth as a divine
    • when the external greatness of Greece gradually diminished into
    • in the form of Aristotelianism, that which Alexander the Great, in a
    • processes of nature, and the great Gods, who expressed the beings of
    • through any picture or form. These were the great Gods, the great
    • Planetary Spirits, those great Planetary Gods who were regarded in
    • time, what the mysterious planets spoke to him from out of the great
    • Greek sculpture, and which are greatly valued because people have no
    • should not be considered great — if one looks back to that from
    • something which reveals to me a mighty spirit, the great Gods, those
    • great Gods who through these sacrificial rites, reveal on the earth
    • smoke he felt these great Gods, the Kabiri, streaming towards him. He
    • sacrificing Hierophant contacted these great Gods, the descending
    • great Gods desire you to be.” From that moment the pupil knew
    • Alexander the Great worked. And then the beginning was created for
    • centuries came the great transformation, when man dropped with his
    • and ideas. So where man sought the spirit, there began that great
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XIII: Transition from the Spirit of the Ancient Mysteries to the Spirit of the Mysteries of the Middle Ages
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    • take place in great nature? For concerning this process, which I have
    • man or the divine in the great world of nature, the following demand
    • on the other into the investigation of the great world of nature.
    • greatness, let us say, even of the later Mysteries, whether the
    • Samothracian or Hibernian, that which was the real greatness of these
    • of the great world of nature, this medieval investigator would have
    • through their laboratory experiments about the great world of nature
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XIV: Human Soul-Strivings During the Middle Ages the Rosicrucian Mysteries
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    • moon as those great Teachers who existed on the earth in very ancient
    • continual opposition to the Intelligences of the sun; and a great
    • part, a great role was played in the ancient Mysteries by this
    • occurred, as it were, a section of that great conflict which really
    • investigators, whose names have not come down to us. The greatest of
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    • great, nature is not simple but highly complicated. We can
    • greater measure that the outer structure of the brain does,
    • if you take a series of ideas) that bear a great resemblance,
    • course, that to a great extent the human being is a column of
    • objects, a great deal can be said about them, but it is not the
    • are greatly significant in the organism, it is known how to and
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    • a few hints about this wide and all embracing domain. A great
    • animal retain a greater resemblance to the outer organization,
    • organism. Sense-perceptible, empirical science has a great deal
    • research. This is of the greatest significance, for only in
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    • threefold nature of the physical human being is of the greatest
    • arrive at a fact of the greatest importance and one that can be
    • instance the fact that the greatest possibility of illness
    • human being to disease ceases to a great extent. The system of
    • itself can offer the human being the greatest possibility of
    • not yet sexually mature. If it were otherwise, a great many
    • here may make a great deal appear fantastic. Everything can
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    • process that arises in greater intensity when a remedy is
    • activity and also, to a great extent, conceptual activity
    • tract will be stimulated to greater activity. The stomach and
    • in the eye lies in the domain of pure optics. A great deal in
    • perspiration. Great attention should be paid to this, for
    • does indeed lead to certain goals, but with this method a great
    • synthetic remedies we can learn a great deal by understanding
    • great deal, too, can be found in our literature, and there are
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    • oriented spiritual science generally, the great significance of modern
    • phenomenology in science. You have also heard, and with the greatest
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    • in greater or lesser satisfaction for the patient than is the case
    • absurd. They both point, however, to something of the greatest
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    • remedies and so on, has generated a great deal of confusion in the
    • much greater than is ordinarily assumed in outer consciousness.
    • ultimately to blossom, fruit, and seed formation. A great deal takes
    • will permeate you with life, it will bring forth a much greater
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    • becomes an activity whose intensity is too great. Then what should
    • us assume that this ego-activity becomes too great within the human
    • without a verifiable injury — causes them to lose a great deal of
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    • regions embraced by material empiricism. I lay great stress upon this
    • In all her manifestations, small and great, Nature is highly
    • great results when it is a question of mastering reality, but the
    • about the structure of the brain. It has been proved in ever greater
    • will bear a great resemblance, for instance, to Meynert's
    • great extent the human being is a column of fluid. But now ask
    • objects, a great deal can be said about them. But it is not the same
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    • great deal, therefore, of what I have to say will be based upon an
    • the animal retain a greater resemblance to their constitution in the
    • in short with an astral organism. Empirical science has a great deal
    • for true investigation. This is of the greatest significance, for
    • root or even the seed. There is a great difference between a decoct
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    • great importance. Very little heed is paid nowadays to what I have
    • greatest significance for pathology and therapy. According to this
    • senses. This is a relationship of great significance.
    • this way we arrive at a fact of the greatest importance and one which
    • instance the fact that the greatest possibility of illness occurs,
    • ceases to a very great extent. The system of education which it was
    • can afford the human being the greatest possibility of health during
    • otherwise, a great many diseases would attack the sexual organs.
    • make a great deal appear fantastic. Everything can, nevertheless, be
    • then a great deal which seems to have been left rather in the air
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    • most delicate metamorphosis of the process which arises in greater
    • Ego-activity, for instance. This Ego-activity and also, to a great
    • greater activity. The stomach, and subsequently the intestinal
    • optics. A great deal in the eye can be beautifully depicted if one
    • heart and lungs. A disturbance may arise here. The greater the age of
    • plastic forces. In this type of disease it is of great importance to
    • that there is less perspiration. Great attention should be paid to
    • be fruitful. It does indeed lead to certain goals, but a great deal
    • that some of our doctors will have done so in other lectures. A great
  • Title: Social Future: Lecture I: The Social Question as a Cultural Question, a Question of Equity, and a Question of Economics
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    • have to a great extent caused them. Especially now that we are at the
    • clearly evident to everyone that over a great part of the civilized
    • occurrence of great, of immense changes in the whole structure of the
    • of the world has produced great, epoch-making results, especially in
    • of social will; since it is true that the greatest philanthropists,
    • great majority of people, when they hear of the social ideals of
    • unbiased judgment he watched how the great accumulations of capital
    • life. He saw the formation of trusts and of the great financial
    • those companies which with their massed capital acquired great power
    • economic conditions were there: — great accumulations of
    • I have taken great
    • rights, to political impulses, which can meet the great demands of
    • of life, of great masses of people at the present day, and it shows
    • The economic aspect of life has to a great extent over-spread
    • consumer is expressed by the price. It is a great error to confound
    • modern business books, when we know how to read them, a great change
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    • idea of the threefold membering of the social body, there is a great
    • region, might be able to form a great federation in which all the
    • like. In short, a great federation embracing production and
    • little insight into facts knows that the idea of founding this great
    • more easily seen. The great federation embraces a vast social area.
    • an error which leads to the foundation of a great federation in which
    • absolutely foreign to its nature. But by far the greater number of
    • in the greater part of the patent schemes for the reform of the
    • company-principle, not even on the great syndicate-principle, but we
    • Today, however, a great deal is said from the ethical standpoint on
    • great deal. In public life to-day, in a life fruitful of results,
    • the ability to spend a great deal is just the sign of a large income.
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    • very great extent that the ability or inability of any individual to
    • unpleasant for the average man. For it is a matter of great
    • which they develop and form their capacities, have become to a great
    • in the following aspect: Among great masses of people there is a
    • question turns has been hidden by this dogma through a great
    • greatest seriousness. He must ask himself: What is the significance
    • sections: 1. The great landowners; 2. The towns, market and
    • identification with the great land-owning class, with the towns,
    • great landowners about anything that benefited them economically, a
    • that in the old German Imperial Parliament there is a great party,
    • what part of the world it goes. His work is a small part of a great
    • fellow-men in one great circle, eventually with all their fellow-men
    • some great machine need not put his whole self into the contemplation
    • great error must be overcome — the great error: that we need
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    • in the greater part of the civilized world, opportunity to carry out
    • before the great catastrophe of the World-War, in the spring of 1914,
    • to any other real work of art? Do we not see in such great works of
    • means the measure of their greatness? Do we not see the measure of
    • their greatness in the creation of something from within that is far
    • evident in social life that great numbers of people look on art as
    • great deal to them, since they had themselves the desire to be
    • great is the terror they experience at the thought that any other
    • worlds, great errors and misunderstandings have been spread abroad
    • is no great difference externally between a child of five and one of
    • great and social significance to men, that everything by which they
    • greatly has humanity fallen away from the perception of the true
    • Him correspond to the experiences of those who draw near to the great
    • renew religious life, the very great importance of which must lie
    • centered at Dornach, which has to a great extent met with
    • will not call this great drama which has held the world in thrall for
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    • from which a great part of the population of the world is striving to
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    • idealistic aims whose greatest value lay in their international
    • by saying that while other interests which bore a much greater
    • That this great
    • with which we have dealt. The greatest hindrance is the lack of
    • editorial presents no great difficulty nowadays. For there is so much
    • In that speech from the throne there was a great deal said, very
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    • century. The great social questions which arise out of economic
    • the great development of trade and commerce in the economic life in
    • But in this respect a great transformation took place in the second
    • not on what one sees in one's immediate surroundings, but on the great
    • immediate, it became deeper and deeper: and we stood before this great
    • become impossible. This was the great question of the twentieth
    • in Germany. Thus, there arose the great contrast or antagonism of
    • have changed since then: and now, in the great affairs of
    • be done.” Meanwhile, the great calamity was taking place: the
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    • other buildings, now situated in its neighbourhood, greatly increase
    • hop about to find his food. Sometimes he has to hop about a very great
    • sense of Economics. Indirectly it is of great significance, for on the
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    • division of labour gained very great significance.
    • far the greater portion — to making clothes for other people.
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    • There is a great difference between the purse I have in my pocket
    • do who was inside the chemist's retort where, with a great generation
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    • every economic relationship. Otherwise we are led into the greatest
    • never receive a greater value. It can at most receive a greater value
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    • consuming process. This contrast has played a great part recently in
    • that economic wisdom is today not very great. Those especially who
    • economic knowledge is by no means great. People are little inclined to
    • great deal of free spiritual life there, yet the economic processes
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    • these products; as soon as the differentiation becomes greater, this
    • comes in. Where lending is concerned, free human will has a very great
    • reality of the economic life. The greater the technical accuracy with
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    • simply says: If the supply is too great, this will of itself lead to
    • Similarly, if the demand is too great (or too small) it will
    • can sell at a greater advantage. The worker's relation to the
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    • through free gifts is of the very greatest productivity — if only
    • arose by direct transformation out of Loaned Capital to a greater
    • markets, we must undoubtedly admit that a far greater part is played
    • great deal could be seen at work of all three — particularly in
    • great economic progress. This she did by means of trade; and
    • plays a great part in the economic life. It is this: Conditions which
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    • exchange, the things exchanged on both sides become of greater value.
    • money has a greater value in my hands than it has in his; while in his
    • as a whole, the commodity has a greater value in his hands than it has
    • experience of money-lenders that mutual aid plays a great part even in
    • principle of mutuality to a far greater extent than is the case when
    • This is the great difficulty which besets the formation of economic
    • Associations whose members have a great deal of economic insight; yet
    • moralic acid, which can, no doubt, play a great role in another field.
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    • great; the private business man is not as concerned as all that with
    • Herein you see one of our greatest historical problems.
    • great question. I will formulate it once more: What form of payment
    • spiritual institutions? This is the great economic question, to the
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    • greater or less value to a certain sum of money. I mean value not only
    • great an army of slaves that they were able to lend them out. They
    • into account and yet it plays the greatest imaginable part in the
    • a mere national economy. This is precisely the great question: What
    • value — a value far greater than that of old money. This economic
    • the greater or lesser age of the money. To perceive the economic
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    • The following may happen. At a given time there lives a great poet,
    • would cost a great deal to do that. At any rate we cannot, in the
    • in the purely material phase of economic life has an infinitely great
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    • greater detail. For instance, money issued today might be
    • The great question is: How shall they compensate each other? In the
    • precisely equated to another. But to a great extent this can be done.
    • that weighs on one so heavily. Great issues are impending. Human
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    • it was, you know, quite a common custom for the pupils of a great and
    • succession of pupils of the great Zarathustra. Now, this great
    • whither our eyes are turned when we look at the Sun, lives a great
    • consciousness see the physical Sun, Zarathustra beheld a great and
    • connection, that is of very great significance. A good deal of this
    • The great and sublime Sun Being descended from cosmic heights,
    • Christianised. We talk a great deal about our civilisation and
    • and the young monk of whom I am speaking learned a great deal of
    • achieves his greatest successes by shortening the second half of
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    • not be a sight to compensate for all the greatness and beauty of the
    • is vastly greater and more sublime even than Sun and Moon are, here
    • People speak of Maya — the great illusion of this present
    • our heart. The heart in its true essence is vastly greater and more
    • Universe, with all its erstwhile majesty and greatness, is shrinking
    • body on the Earth. For the great Universe we had before, withdraws,
    • great-great ... grandfather of yours, way back in the 15th century,
    • fell in love with a great-great ... grandmother. They felt the urge
    • great-great ... grandfather and great-great ... grandmother loved
    • greater and more majestic than the Sun. Seen from the earthly aspect
    • must imagine it to be, even from our great-great-great-grandmother,
    • great-great-grandmother, great-grandmother, grandmother and so
    • and from the constellations of the stars in the great Universe. The
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    • the time of falling asleep and the time of awaking a very great deal
    • on Earth through man, by far the greater part is accomplished during
    • have first to pass through the Earth. For it makes a great difference
    • Guide, is a matter of the very greatest importance for us. For, the
    • in the great Mist of the Cosmos, — I must rest in the bosom
    • with increasing opposition and resistance. So great are the forces
    • standpoint, I shall never fail to recognise the greatness and
    • earthly point of view to call a man great, and at the same time, from
    • after having has, to my great satisfaction, opportunity in Oxford for
    • actually to take great pains and put forth all one's strength
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    • knows only half the life of man; for things of the very greatest
    • exceedingly great, and it can easily happen that in the morning he
    • danger has by no means always been so great as it is today. In the
    • aristocrat in sleep. Yes, sleep is a great educator, more than you
    • through the sphere of Venus the soul is endowed with greater or less
    • to disregard the Venus sphere. Such a soul will then have no great
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    • great influence upon him.
    • in the weather! — these beings attach great value to the moral
    • play into him from the whole great Universe.
    • mutual conflict. But, as a matter of fact, by far the greater number
    • man in the past. The first great teachers in the Mysteries were
    • disappointment and great frustration that you meet with, time and
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    • shining forth in our etheric body a reflection of the great Universe.
    • detests it, who regards Anthroposophy as his greatest enemy. Now
    • with the great Universe. Do you imagine that the Universe will
    • forming a body for ourselves,” you would be making a great
    • mistake. Nothing that you can ever do on Earth can be as great and
    • this temple of the Gods, the human body. This is by far the greater
    • time upon this spiritual journey, the greater the proportion of our
    • to Earth. For at this very point something of great significance is
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    • it was, you know, quite a common custom for the pupils of a great and
    • succession of pupils of the great Zarathustra. Now, this great
    • whither our eyes are turned when we look at the Sun, lives a great
    • consciousness see the physical Sun, Zarathustra beheld a great and
    • connection, that is of very great significance. A good deal of this
    • The great and sublime Sun Being descended from cosmic heights,
    • Christianised. We talk a great deal about our civilisation and
    • and the young monk of whom I am speaking learned a great deal of
    • achieves his greatest successes by shortening the second half of
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    • not be a sight to compensate for all the greatness and beauty of the
    • is vastly greater and more sublime even than Sun and Moon are, here
    • People speak of Maya — the great illusion of this present
    • our heart. The heart in its true essence is vastly greater and more
    • Universe, with all its erstwhile majesty and greatness, is shrinking
    • body on the Earth. For the great Universe we had before, withdraws,
    • great-great ... grandfather of yours, way back in the 15th century,
    • fell in love with a great-great ... grandmother. They felt the urge
    • great-great ... grandfather and great-great ... grandmother loved
    • greater and more majestic than the Sun. Seen from the earthly aspect
    • must imagine it to be, even from our great-great-great-grandmother,
    • great-great-grandmother, great-grandmother, grandmother and so
    • and from the constellations of the stars in the great Universe. The
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    • the time of falling asleep and the time of awaking a very great deal
    • on Earth through man, by far the greater part is accomplished during
    • have first to pass through the Earth. For it makes a great difference
    • Guide, is a matter of the very greatest importance for us. For, the
    • in the great Mist of the Cosmos, — I must rest in the bosom
    • with increasing opposition and resistance. So great are the forces
    • standpoint, I shall never fail to recognise the greatness and
    • earthly point of view to call a man great, and at the same time, from
    • after having has, to my great satisfaction, opportunity in Oxford for
    • actually to take great pains and put forth all one's strength
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    • knows only half the life of man; for things of the very greatest
    • exceedingly great, and it can easily happen that in the morning he
    • danger has by no means always been so great as it is today. In the
    • aristocrat in sleep. Yes, sleep is a great educator, more than you
    • through the sphere of Venus the soul is endowed with greater or less
    • to disregard the Venus sphere. Such a soul will then have no great
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    • great influence upon him.
    • in the weather! — these beings attach great value to the moral
    • play into him from the whole great Universe.
    • mutual conflict. But, as a matter of fact, by far the greater number
    • man in the past. The first great teachers in the Mysteries were
    • disappointment and great frustration that you meet with, time and
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    • shining forth in our etheric body a reflection of the great Universe.
    • detests it, who regards Anthroposophy as his greatest enemy. Now
    • with the great Universe. Do you imagine that the Universe will
    • forming a body for ourselves,” you would be making a great
    • mistake. Nothing that you can ever do on Earth can be as great and
    • this temple of the Gods, the human body. This is by far the greater
    • time upon this spiritual journey, the greater the proportion of our
    • to Earth. For at this very point something of great significance is
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture I: The Event of the Appearance of Christ in the Etheric World
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    • this fact is nonetheless of definite, indeed, of great significance.
    • are now living in the fifth period after the great Atlantean
    • great Atlantean catastrophe that destroyed an ancient continent, an
    • Persian period they differed greatly from those of today, and still
    • Atlantean catastrophe to find the greater part of this age.
    • aware that it was the great Roman historian, Tacitus, who described
    • this time great changes will take place, and Biblical prophecies will
    • wickedness, such great materialism on earth that the majority of
    • It could easily happen that this great event might pass
    • the great happenings that were anticipated,” it would not
    • humanity overlooked these events, it would be a great misfortune.
    • Even if they were unable to perceive the great occurrence that can
    • a great misfortune, and humanity would then have to wait until later
    • misfortune to overlook this great event but will be ripe to seize the
    • great moment that we may describe as the second coming of Christ. Man
    • The greatest mystery of our time is this one concerning
    • might be acquired by humanity in general and that this great event
    • sleep through the greatest event of the near future, gradually enters
    • Christ event; he unites with them. Then appears once more the great
    • prepare us for the great tasks, the great missions of the human race
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    • communicate through exoteric lectures to the greater public, to the
    • further back than this, we find the great Atlantean catastrophe that
    • Spiritual life especially proceeds in leaps. Great and
    • gods in the old way. Herein lies the greatness of the event that took
    • that a great change would take place regarding earthly clairvoyance,
    • shall then also be able to understand how great the dangers are that
    • living the life between death and a new birth. It is of the greatest
    • false prophets would be able to prevent the good and the great were
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    • There is a great distinction between the spiritual
    • great illusion, that one believes it to be real. Man must strive to
    • oneself why the great Buddha preached this doctrine. The answer can
    • these moments as a world of illusion, as maya, the great deception.
    • individual incarnation is actually of great importance. In contrast
    • again, either on the earth, after a great catastrophe, or on the next
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture IV: Mysteries of the Universe: Comets and the Moon
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    • as in other spheres it soon becomes evident to a greater or lesser
    • divine it, he will learn with greater and greater precision through
    • earth in the macrocosm, in the great world, repeat itself in man, the
    • friends, that in this moment something of great importance is being
    • comets, you would realize how great and powerful it is for the soul —
    • These matters are of the greatest importance in the
    • The comets appear at great intervals of time. Let us
    • continue, a new appearance of it might bring about a great
    • connection with the greatest tasks of spiritual life in — our
    • tomorrow we may understand through greater relationships an important
    • will speak tomorrow about the great spiritual meaning of our time.
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture V: The Reappearance of Christ in the Etheric
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    • great achievements of humanity, what we call the characteristic
    • in the burning bush as the God of the elements. It was a great
    • of Christianity. We thus have the preparation for this great event in
    • without as the great law of human action. Just as the World-I streams
    • of initiation yield as the great spiritual teachings about the
    • something demanded by our times. To prepare humanity for great
    • great Christ event. We have seen that humanity has now experienced
    • again in Christian inwardness the great moment that Moses experienced
    • Damascus. The greatness and power of the next age will consist in the
    • Christ Jesus will become greater and greater. Those human beings are
    • himself as the Christ created a great sensation. In the seventeenth
    • as the event that signifies the greatest turning point in the
    • greater Christ will appear to them, the mightier He will appear! When
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture VI: The Sermon on the Mount
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    • greater experience of the spiritual world through which the
    • teachings are in complete accord with the great teachings of primeval
    • In the Sermon on the Mount, therefore, the great message
    • Himself to them. This was the case with Tauler, who was a great
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    • teachers, and I could listen to those great leaders and masters of
    • old; I could hear the great leaders who spoke to me from the wisdom
    • incarnation of Christ that this possibility arose. All other great
    • Consequently, we see that in earlier ages the great leaders of
    • ourselves. It will be necessary to observe this great event with
    • boundaries, but in this group we breathe such an air that these great
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    • The greatest secrets are disclosed to one who studies its pages
    • fact standing right before our eyes and yet connected with a great
    • development. Great artists have always felt these imperfections.
    • great spiritual forces that will carry us upward. Through
    • association with small and great. You may take as an example of this
    • Christ in His etheric body. Without books and documents this great
    • to the dead as well as to the living. The great and sublime event of
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture IX: The Etherization of the Blood
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    • great world bordering directly on our physical existence. We could
    • three realms which, in the macrocosm, the great world, lie one above
    • we are to acquire greater moral strength. We sink into sleep in order
    • and great inventions. Then during sleep, when we dream, these dreams
    • rays vary greatly in different individuals. Sleeping human beings
    • differ greatly from one another, and if those who are a little vain
    • which, in uniting with it, constituted an event of the greatest
    • greater and greater numbers of people. This will inevitably come to
    • No word shall be said here against the great advances
    • since only the decaying earth can use the great achievements of
    • conditions which, as in so much else, are only described in the great
    • ancient Rishis it was the great hope of Oriental mysticism that this
    • picture that within a period of 5,000 years after the great Buddha
    • be given at the present time, will proclaim the great secrets of
    • only then do we live as living building stones in that great
    • great world, and all the members of our constitution — the
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture X: Individual Spirit Beings and the Undivided Foundation of the World: Part 1
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    • dangers related to this matter must be regarded with great concern.
    • essentially only a consequence of what is transpiring in the great
    • themselves were concerned, they had to know and understand the great
    • but how it is metamorphosed depends greatly upon man. Two significant
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    • see, a great many temptations face humanity. When the powers of evil
    • period will know something for human evolution out of greater ideas
    • the great devoutness that reigned within their Christian cloisters.
    • esoteric truths, but its application would lead to great
    • to point to the three or four great truths to which the fifth
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    • comprehension of one's own individual values but of the great
    • greater significance than all the wishy-washy talk of “cosmic
    • special treatment of great issues of life that have been obscured in
    • this out to you. One great issue of life can be characterized in the
    • people who are familiar in a selfless way with the great aims of
    • mechanical nature will be a problem of great significance for the
    • one has the best method of ruling over great masses of people. One
    • in a group-egotistical sense what I presented to you as the great
    • placed at the service of earthly existence. A great struggle will
    • concern itself so that all the great temptations that will emanate
    • matters. Here, above all, the great distinction will appear. Through
    • gathering a great deal from such a summary as this picture of the
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    • such, however, that it can be understood only with great difficulty
    • consciousness to a great extent. It has even become in a certain
    • acquaintances is being formed among a great portion of humanity
    • the dead. The greatest illusion that future humanity could entertain
    • and, as such, the greatest single event in all of earthly evolution.
    • will gain greater and greater influence. I am often reproached for
    • already say that the greatest enemies to grasping the Christ impulse
    • regarding the Christ impulse. We have already compiled a great deal
    • destiny in the world, in great events and small. What do I mean by
    • gradually been lulled into a great illusion, namely, that they can
    • greatest illusion to which humanity can succumb. We find its radical
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    • humanity inhabit, is a kind of great living being, and that we
    • ourselves are included as members within this great living being. In
    • present in a still greater degree when we go further eastwards. That
    • it depends mainly upon the greater or slighter activity of the
    • From what has been said today the great contrast between the Asiatic
  • Title: Rosicrucianism/Initiation: Lecture I: Research into the Life of the Spirit During the Middle Ages
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    • however, be a great mistake to imagine that the scholars of the
    • warmth in varying differentiations — here greater warmth, there
    • iridescent play of Colour he has to see in a great cosmic harmony,
    • things were understood. And in connection with the great truths of
  • Title: Rosicrucianism/Initiation: Lecture II: Hidden Centres of the Mysteries in the Middle Ages
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    • had very great influence, lasting from the twelfth and thirteenth on
    • There were at that time a great number of people, especially younger
    • its great masses of cloud, and one saw below as it were a sea, a
    • life in Kyffhauser, or of Charles the Great and his life beneath a
    • is a late product of a great and mighty striving of mankind, an
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    • All the great moves of
    • great deal of knowledge that passed over into the literature of
    • research, something that is of very great beauty. There were the
    • great Initiate of the twelfth century, whose work and influence I
    • often described to you, came originally from this great Initiate and
    • here a spiritual event in the history of culture of the greatest
    • simple sages. A great number of them possessed — to speak in
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    • develop the great idealism of which we can see such fine and lofty
    • examples; in his true nature Man must be a great and comprehensive
    • who seriously occupies himself with these great and far-reaching
    • A great deal in Goethe's
    • Leibnitz, the great philosopher, was led by his own thought and
    • the great change that has come about in the last centuries in the way
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    • and learned a great deal from them; learned from them what they
    • that is truly overpowering in its greatness. From this little company
    • symbol that played a great part for this little company of men. You
    • that we put to practical use in various ways and that are of great
    • a fine fluid flowing through the world was present in a very great
    • very greatest interest. It was taught by reference to facts of
    • his organism what takes place in the great structure of the
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    • One after another the seven great Archangel Spirits enter from time
    • on the objective — that is the great difference. For all
    • Them. In a greater or lesser degree, the impulses come from Them.
    • state of affairs over a great portion of mankind. Thoughts are not
    • great care is taken that the human being does not go so far in
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    • great deal of what one knows has to be brought together. And so just
    • manifests in the great world outside in gigantic and majestic
    • majesty and grandeur out there in the great cosmos, goes on
    • This is the great and powerful picture given us in the approach of
    • ordering in relation to human beings. And all the great paintings and
    • great, genuine works of art arise, the great works that were created
    • the bunglers with all kinds of frippery till the real greatness that
    • great artistic motifs of painting and sculpture never would have
    • of mankind. The Michael Festival must be linked with a great and
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    • evolution of mankind different ones among the seven great Archangel
    • concentrates on the objective, — that is the great difference.
    • impulses to do this or that. In a greater or lesser degree, the
    • state of affairs over a great portion of mankind. Thoughts are not
    • great care is taken that the human being does not go so far in
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    • century, a greatness which cannot be sufficiently admired. When one
    • partakers in things of great significance.
    • still greater importance. When a promotion of Michael has been
  • Title: Lecture: Michaelmas Vb: The Michael Impulse and the Mystery of Golgotha (Part II)
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    • from many different sides, and have seen it to be the great centre of
    • the Christ Event as the great centre of gravity of human evolution.
    • the great transition was occurring from a life in outward surroundings
    • bring a greater deepening to human souls, and which will have an
    • The Event itself stands there as the great turning-point in human
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    • great and worthy way out of the spirit. How much more important than
    • It implies a great deal for an insight into man's inner nature if I
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    • become the great world-misunderstanding which now fills the hearts and
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    • world unload their great strengths on us as we stand there more or
    • unconscious dream experiences — an infinitely greater number
    • the great collections of fairy tales from everywhere in the world, to
    • prosaic but accurate comparison to say, we can know a great deal
    • The soul feels (but unconsciously) the great antithesis she has to
    • there is something within you that is far, far greater than the part
    • the fairy tales contain elements of the great stories of heroes and
    • that something greater than oneself is present in the soul that may
    • collected a great amount of good things to eat, which he took along
    • they attacked him with great blows on the head and broke the pig's
    • magnificent world of art there is no greater art than this one, which
    • clearly perceptible form, the result will be great art, intrinsic
    • there is nothing of greater blessing for a child than to nourish it
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    • indeed, a great deal more; and secondly, we should be willing to draw
    • you can render me an even greater service. Every year great strong
    • made a great impression on the giants that he could do something
    • tailor was married to the king's daughter. The king marveled greatly
    • know it, but twice you have done me a great service; I will also do
    • they lived in great happiness, they themselves and all their people.
    • at the midge I have caught!” The king's son was greatly
    • king's son found a spring from which he drank and felt greatly
    • will be doing me a great kindness!” He did so, and while he was
    • great trouble.” The king's son did this, and the fox also gave
    • shall go to the hen-yard and make a great commotion there. The
    • returned, and could already gallop with great swiftness. The second
    • who are in the intermediate state of consciousness. The great
    • stand in relation to the great popular myths of the gods in the
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    • regard to matters of the greatest significance. Nothing less has
    • and inner greatness that man contains, or can contain, within him.
    • youth and greatness of man, dies and undertakes the same journey as
    • will he behold himself growing ever greater and greater, till the
    • overcomes the representative of all beauty, youthfulness and greatness
    • Then in the further course of human evolution the great Event took
    • difference in respect of cosmic greatness, the ancient rite of
    • greater intensity. Man had gazed upon the death of the God, the death
    • of all that is beautiful in mankind — of all that is great and
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    • said of the great majority of human beings — and it was
    • by the greatest arrogance.
    • but small, but when one sees it from within, it is great as the
    • in greater detail tomorrow) that we recognise in the form and
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    • of man to the great universe has to do with what we may call the
    • second great experience in the Initiation that took its start from the
    • secret, that is the secret of the Moon. Hence of the greatest
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    • initiation. From all this you will have realised how great a part the
    • burning of the Temple of Ephesus. Then and now, a great and deep wrong
    • And as a consequence a certain instruction could be given with great
    • the greatest things that pulsated through his human being.
    • great universe:
    • At this point a seemingly chance event is of great spiritual
    • letters less clearly visible — written in the great orb of the
    • it were into a great cosmic script. — And when we read the cosmic
    • Take any great work of poetry or any other work. Take the most
    • think, my dear friends, through what is this great content transmitted
    • great universe. He will experience the resurrection of what lay hidden
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    • added to the old. Naturally, a very great deal more could be said
    • Mahaguru” — the great Guru. [“The Mahaguru”
    • out with his brothers and his enchanting daughter, a great Tibetan
    • convinced that the soul of the great Bodhisattva who rules over Tibet
    • inspected — for the great soul might have incarnated in the
    • signs, the great soul of the Bodhisattva has incarnated, and then he
    • first we are told how the great sinner who has made the nostrils too
    • made a great number of gods during his imprisonment; but he made
    • the most atrocious way. We learn a great deal about the Tibetan canon
    • quite remarkable. — We are told that this great sinner, as the
    • spirit who was full of reverence for the great universe ... She
  • Title: Significant Facts: Lecture II: Ancient Occult Magic. The Ahasver Mystery.
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    • I spoke yesterday of the great Polish drama “The
    • directs our minds and hearts to the great moment of world-evolution
    • A great danger for our time is indicated here. It is
    • then among men? What was it, in reality? To say that the great wisdom
    • described. But it is greatly to Ahriman's interest to hold firmly
    • is a very great deal in world-evolution which in an earlier age had
    • that had great significance in ancient times — in the Atlantean
    • In those ancient times a lie had infinitely greater power than it has
    • for I think that the fear of suffocation would be too great to allow
    • as facts. Never was blind belief in authority greater than it is at
    • announced itself in great and outstanding achievements:
    • Dante's “Divine Comedy” is a great, world-embracing
    • confronting him as a great system and régime. But in the
    • century, Petrarch read Virgil with far greater credence. He turned
    • never heard it? Surely there is greater danger in the books of
    • writings with the greatest eagerness. Believe me: much that is simply
    • “I know well that many have achieved great
    • greatly; the one moves more slowly, the other more quickly, the one
    • lead? It leads to a man who sits at the wayside when a great Leader
    • same figure. ... Those who listen to the great Leader of humanity
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    • of the great wave of philosophic thinking, the man of whom I am
    • speaking was young. He lived with all the great thoughts and ideas
    • that is blazoned abroad as great and epoch-making and that they
    • A great stroke can
    • fulfilment of materialism can be frustrated and the greater will be
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    • time. This differs greatly from epoch to epoch. Today, however, there
    • Indian epoch following the great Atlantean catastrophe.
    • of his grandfather, the great-grandson of his great-grandfather. Of
    • a family circle great emphasis was laid on an ability to enumerate one's
    • forebears, grandfather, great-grandfather, great-great-grandfather,
    • cultural period, dwindled greatly. Though astrology still calculated
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    • is or can be a fully justified and great art through which man carries
    • influence upon art. The great secrets of the world and of life which
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    • who knew a great deal about these matters, meant by the lyre of Apollo.
    • upper gods in order to bring to expression, in the events of his great
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    • in all seriousness with the great question of art; became evident in
    • nurturer by familiarizing himself with the secrets of great Greek art.
    • lived in him a deep religious impulse, took the greatest pains to purify
    • of changing it greatly to give it artistic form.
    • in one great fling, but only the philistine Eckermann could induce him,
    • art from the region of cognition and that of religious life. Great is
    • of the very greatest importance when he saw how in Fichte and Schelling
    • end of an artist's life. What was great in Tieck was not his own personality,
    • a memory of the great ancient periods played into the modern age; periods
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    • of what, in greater glory, in much greater sublimity and majesty, had
    • hater who saw the greatest progress in his own painting in the fact
    • covered with hair. How inevitable that a man who considered this great
    • made him so great. True, man in his freedom had to experience those
    • some great materialistic problems. You know the tremendous seriousness
    • so great, no individual dares to approach it with his personality. He
    • great in art.
    • of the fact that her words are of greater significance for the cosmos
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    • colored as they are, it would be a great offense. I am now speaking
    • great task and mission of the age is to pull human beings away from
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    • in anthroposophical thinking there arises at a certain moment a great
    • starting point of architecture had great meaning. Primeval instinctive
    • painters. The very source of painting opens up. With great inner joy
    • human organism is of far greater sublimity. And when it is metamorphosed
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    • we feel ourselves confronted by a great enigma. Poetry originates in
    • year, then advances to puberty, he no longer needs such a great amount
    • ignore this fact. They see intellect as of greater reality. But phantasy
    • such paradoxes we can call attention to the great desideratum: true
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    • Again, I take great trouble
    • children who make a great deal of healthy noise, who shout properly,
    • naturally we are all weak individualities and we copy a great deal.
    • There are great differences
    • A very great deal is
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    • great deal there, they almost learn to read. They are supplied with
    • year he became a splendid Eurythmist and developed a great
    • you must make a point of doing a great many things yourself that they
    • imagination and the child can take no great pleasure in it. But if
    • the child can add a great deal to it with his imagination.
    • great help to you because the sounds are already formed in the
    • life. But a very great deal can be done nevertheless when one knows
    • greatest liberty, and yet the teaching in each class is what is right
    • quality in life. A very great deal passes over from teacher to child
    • speak of them in greater detail during the next few days, but there
    • of very great significance and must constantly be borne in mind. In
    • laid down for the guidance of teachers, but it is of far greater
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    • containing the plant belongs to a much greater area of soil around
    • earth. This is of great significance for his whole life. For think
    • greatest variety of soul qualities, and we characterise each single
    • eighteen hundred millions of him, of greater or less value, but he
    • standing on some great living creature, like a whale. This is the
    • but he will think of the whole animal kingdom as the great analysis
    • very great importance that from the tenth year until towards the
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    • did not yet know why she felt such great fear. Then a dog ran by, not
    • wickedness said: “Oh, that is a great giant violet like you and
    • this great violet has grown so big that it can crush you.” Then
    • look up to the great big violet any more, but hid herself under a big
    • she stayed all day long, hiding in her fear from the great big
    • the night wondering what to think of the great blue sky-violet who
    • thought again of what the dog had said, that that was a great big
    • great big violet, blue like yourself.” Then the violet began to
    • “Dear lamb, do tell me, will the great big violet up there come
    • “it will not crush you, that is a great big violet, and his
    • love is much greater than your own love, even as he is much more blue
    • understood at once that there was a great big violet who would not
    • felt so happy, because what she saw as blue in the great sky-violet
    • one must have the gift of letting a great many things pass
    • example I greatly admired the way one of our teachers handled a
    • teacher had made a great fuss the boy would have gone on being
    • story like the one I have told, I must treat him with an even greater
    • is afraid because she sees the great big violet above her in the sky.
    • of fear comes up, you can recall this story. Things small and great
    • are contained in this story, for indeed things small and great are
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    • very great difficulties into education and teaching. Just consider
    • a great deal on authority, but he must take it in a natural,
    • for the child. But that does not matter. It is of great significance
    • for indeed it is good to call forth the greatest possible skill in
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    • through great changes as regards the qualities he formerly possessed.
    • one must of course have a great deal of artistic tact and, I was
    • going to say, a great deal of authority too. If you can, you should
    • early as possible. For it is of very great importance that you not
    • There is a great difference between animal and man in this
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    • of very great importance.
    • is the real nature of rhythm? Now if I think a great deal,
    • first talked over with them in great detail, so that the subject is
    • own fantasy. This is of great significance, and I would earnestly beg
    • boys and with greater eagerness too. You will find many other
    • instance, is made. There are a great many people who do not know how
    • that the children make, and they learn a great deal from it. This
    • great stress upon keeping in touch with all the parents so that from
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    • these things. They have their place simply because they play a great
    • in development is an error. It is not of great value in development.
    • really shown great consideration by the authorities. It was even
    • great devotion in the hearts of the children.
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    • therefore have great difficulty in understanding pre-fifteenth century
    • opposed these assertions. Only a very great mind, like Johannes Müller
    • It is of interest to observe the suddenness with which this great
    • temperature of the water, and to observe the greater rapidity with
    • I want to emphasise that in referring to cosmic forces, far greater
    • certain facts about Troxler of great interest in this connection.
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    • Osteology and Muscular Pathology of greater value for medicine than
    • use the term Hysteria for the too great autonomy of the processes of
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    • processes are to a great extent polar to one another; but not wholly
    • Even externally and superficially these processes differ greatly. The
    • greatly lacking in internal formative force. During the whole span of
    • Conditions are different in the blood, which has kept to a great
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    • As individual medical men you have the greatest interest in healing
    • mentioned yesterday by Dr. E., is of great importance. After curing one
    • perpetrated the greatest errors). In birds there is a remarkably poor
    • bacillus and so forth. Such facts are of great interest to the study
    • healthy scientific view would lay great stress on it. At the very
    • become sclerotic. You can observe externally in the greater
    • This tendency towards mineralisation is of great importance for our
    • the great gut, which does not exist in fishes, evolves through the
    • cerebral and intestinal formation; if the great gut and the caecum did
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    • remedies are of great service, particularly in more serious cases. So
    • there is great significance in the oyster and the formative process of
    • external nature. It comprises everything that possesses, to a great
    • contains something of great significance and value. The plant sinks
    • order to feed it, whereas the white matter of the brain is of a great
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    • mistletoe and, tree-plants. This difference is caused by the greater
    • plants with great root development. And if you search in their ashes,
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    • period. The important point is, to give great weight to the
    • will soon be relieved, etc., for it would also be of the greatest
    • his etheric organisation, which takes such great trouble to work its
    • intuition of great importance in all diagnosis. For diagnosis really
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    • the more deeply internal the process, the greater the need to find its
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    • The functions which occur below the great glands I would classify
    • water, a substance of greater density, the effect proceeding from this
    • There is a great difference according to whether the soil is mainly
    • — in certain respects permanent. It is the greatest of services to a
    • education — a form of self-education of great value for medical smell
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    • illustrative instances before you which can be of great significance.
    • case the human organism is much more stimulated and requires greater
    • It must always be emphasised that man must evolve greater forces to
    • cope with the greater forces he encounters. And the forces inherent in
    • incontestably greater than those in vegetable matter. (May I
    • — with the general effect of causing great exhaustion and irritation
    • throwing or so forth, may be of great social importance, but these
    • — if followed up in the right way — of great significance in the
    • together with its greater or small amount of hair growth and so forth.
    • They diverge and form a diverticulum before reaching the great dam of
    • standpoint of spiritual science, we come to a great reverence for
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    • exposure much greater in extent than is normal in the course of our
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    • within us. We shall later on deal with these matters in greater
    • And do not let us forget another current development of great relevant
    • them in the human organic sphere. So there is not only great
    • sphere in man. At the present time there is no great inclination to
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    • The etheric body, however, has very great powers of regeneration and
    • plainly, in spite of its great diversity of form, that it is
    • them precise. There is great confusion of terminology in this field,
    • continuous, we have symptoms of far greater importance than if the
    • patient. For instance: there is a very great difference between the
    • are aware of the great differences of function in the two bodily
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    • if only to prove once more how greatly such things may be
    • the human organism is of great importance, as is the realisation of
    • the ego is of much greater importance than what happens in the
    • substances available in the external world. They may have a great
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    • criticism should teach us a very great deal. Take an illustrative
    • We may learn a very great deal from these instinctive actions of
    • — some in a greater or lesser degree — the
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    • upper limbs acts to a great extent on the formation of the blood. If,
    • descend from the centre, in massage of the trunk, the greater the
    • play a great part. The interplay of conscious and unconscious elements
    • there is a great difference according to whether the external
    • observed. And in this connection it will be of great service to you to
    • education and teaching should attach great importance to authority.
    • authority as principles of education. But their significance is great,
    • the most harm in life is not done by the greatest mistakes, for such
    • great errors can soon be refuted, but by conceptions containing a
    • connected with things of the greatest significance in the human
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    • type as is shown in the dental formative process. Therefore a great
    • is great individual diversity, but they are bound to manifest
    • demonstrable; we shall refer to this presently in greater detail.
    • and which would certainly make a great impression on the general
    • So you see how greatly dental treatment — in so far as dental
    • With this we have reached forms of thought which may be of great
    • great social value, and all that might tend to repress this healthy
    • and one of great value for the whole reform of medical thinking that
    • other factors; and in fact that it is doing them a greater service to
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    • Jupiter and Saturn are at a greater distance. In such a winter the
    • greatest nonsense in the form it takes today; but we should realise
    • for I suggest that such recognition would promote greater co-operation
    • to some extent the thyroid as well); these have their greatest task in
    • even more strong light process has such a great influence on the very
    • one which is formed according to reason and logic, has a great
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    • study, and there are great difficulties in surveying the results
    • peculiar properties, varies greatly according as it is applied from
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    • peristalsis proceeds more rapidly and with greater vigour than is
    • not to any great extent.
    • It is necessary to take great care in describing sleep. Sleep is
    • conditions which cover greater spaces of time and are related to man's
    • on the way to knowledge, it would be of great service; much may be
    • greatest importance to the co-operation of those who are able to
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    • infantilism, adenoids, kleptomania, the autistic child, and more. A great
    • together with the other activities; so that the head is the great
    • world — this knowledge is immeasurably great; it is however
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    • infantilism, adenoids, kleptomania, the autistic child, and more. A great
    • capable of thinking. One person will have a great wealth of thoughts,
    • greater and greater interest in the mystery of the human
    • entering into it with a great capacity of love, it can come about
    • could at this time do a great deal. I must, however, frankly admit
    • our minds the greatness of that which we have undertaken. We must be
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    • infantilism, adenoids, kleptomania, the autistic child, and more. A great
    • particular measures to be adopted. What is of far greater importance
    • human life that is of great importance.
    • will always be a great deal to be said against the charlatan
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    • infantilism, adenoids, kleptomania, the autistic child, and more. A great
    • our Society. For children, on the other hand, a very great deal can
    • congestion, so that a great amount of astrality and ego organisation
    • hold back the pain. This happens with great intensity. He makes
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    • infantilism, adenoids, kleptomania, the autistic child, and more. A great
    • back” of impressions will go on happening with greater and
    • greater intensity, and in later life the patient will suffer from the
    • again and again, and as far as possible in rhythmic sequence. A great
    • greater or less degree; and it is important to note that in such
    • great deal if we reckon especially with their rhythmic nature, and
    • for instance, we were to give him a great deal of fruit, or food that
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    • infantilism, adenoids, kleptomania, the autistic child, and more. A great
    • the lower jaw is formed. The lower jaw receives into itself a great
    • substance is accumulated in too great measure, both here in the lower
    • in a child movements that have the right forms, a great deal can be
    • not wanting to eat at all at table, but of eating with great relish
    • as I said, be great difficulty in achieving any enlargement of the
    • the presence in the world of great men who are revered as examples,
    • thought, to great souls and see in them his pattern and example, then
    • is of the greatest importance that the possibility should be there,
    • On the other hand, it is of very great importance that the teacher
    • up to the twelfth, thirteenth and fourteenth years, a great deal can
    • him out, you will discover that he has a great deal more to overcome
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    • infantilism, adenoids, kleptomania, the autistic child, and more. A great
    • sometimes had to jump a great deal. Later on, she had a fall. At the
    • characteristic of his condition, namely that he is a great
    • child has been enraptured. You could say: This great hero, you know,
    • a great achievement. The super-fantastic organism that was created
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    • infantilism, adenoids, kleptomania, the autistic child, and more. A great
    • abnormalities of this kind throw great light upon the life of man as
    • particularly well during the pregnancy. In this time she did a great
    • such a case is typical of a great number of children suffering from
    • moment of great importance, as is also the corresponding moment in
    • much that is of very great interest for us when they are in this way
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    • infantilism, adenoids, kleptomania, the autistic child, and more. A great
    • great advantage to him. The disposition of which we have spoken and
    • crisis. The child was crying, and blinking, and passing a great deal
    • have the inner connection. In the great world outside, in the cosmos,
    • as I have said, astonishingly clever. One could learn a great deal
    • from him; and all his judgements were pervaded with a great
    • should not be overlooked. In the case we are considering, a great
    • This, is, in fact, the great danger that faces the civilisation of
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    • infantilism, adenoids, kleptomania, the autistic child, and more. A great
    • Movement of great significance but marred by lack of devotion to
    • the problem, he came up to me with great delight; but it must have
    • directions. A great deal can be achieved by recognising and appealing
    • part of the journey he accomplishes only with great difficulty, since
    • great energy. Then draw the boy's attention to these movements that
    • hold a pencil between his great toe and the next, and with the pencil
    • great benefit from such an experiment. For in cases such as his,
    • Curative Eurythmy! — can be of the very greatest help. Whether
    • connect oneself inwardly with the phenomena in question then a great
    • making too great demand upon the astral body and not allowing it to
    • the number — who are devoting their lives to some great and
    • noble calling. There is in our time great need that young men and
    • and that a great many plans have suffered shipwreck just because the
    • familiar, this endless talk of “missions”, of great
    • other hand assimilates sulphur with the greatest ease. The
    • has a great power of attraction for iron, while the human
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    • infantilism, adenoids, kleptomania, the autistic child, and more. A great
    • we go forward entirely in the spirit of discovery. A great many
    • exactly as do the youth of today — great gifts and capacities,
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    • infantilism, adenoids, kleptomania, the autistic child, and more. A great
    • is actually greater in the case of a very little child than it is
    • responsibility is particularly great for us today, since there is now
    • the great end they all have in view, while each of them fosters
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    • great achievements that have resulted — with such
    • general principles. (You will find them described in greater
    • upon the great error made by materialism, for materialism
    • That will be the great moment in the development of a
    • turn our gaze to the great outer world, and can find there
    • to-day must aspire to find it now that we have the great wealth
    • — albeit in the modern sense — and where the great
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    • katabolism; it is of greatest moment in those parts of the
    • how are we to restore to it in a greater degree the character
    • external form. There are, of course, a great many different
    • contains a great deal of silicic acid. If we were to give
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    • a much greater degree is a foundation for the Spiritual.
    • body and etheric body are of far greater importance than the
    • great a general tendency to create senses. This results in
    • great deal more, for we have already worked out and produced a
    • will try to cure it.' Great things result from this. But if we
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    • great achievements that have resulted — with such
    • principles. (You will find them described in greater detail in
    • touch upon the great error made by materialism, for materialism
    • great moment in the development of a rightly-understood Natural
    • this, then we can turn our gaze to the great outer world, and
    • to find it now that we have the great wealth of Science behind
    • — albeit in the modern sense — and where the great
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    • of greatest moment in those parts of the human being that are
    • greater degree the character of sense-organ? We can say that
    • in an external form. There are, of course, a great many
    • peculiar feature of this plant is that it contains a great deal
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    • greater degree is a foundation for the Spiritual.
    • far greater importance than the Ego and astral organisations,
    • in a normal way but there is too great a general tendency to
    • certain brief details before you. I could add a great deal
    • it.’ Great things result from this. But if we are to gain
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    • the more we find greater and greater reality in our thoughts, and it
    • greatest exactitude the health and disease of every separate
    • exercise enough control, in greater or less degree the peripheral
    • the greatest effect upon the spiritual in the human being. For
    • that oxide of copper has the greatest imaginable effect upon the
    • their spiritual energies inwards in order to attain to greater
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    • the more we find greater and greater reality in our thoughts, and it
    • greatest exactitude the health and disease of every separate
    • exercise enough control, in greater or less degree the peripheral
    • the greatest effect upon the spiritual in the human being. For
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    • those great social problems which mankind is urgently called
    • greater and ever greater grew the following of this Utopia in
    • are obliged to speak, because the great audit of accounts is
    • ground from which one can attempt to approach the great
    • said, that the great anxiety, the great problem of
    • basis for a great science of the natural world, but is bound to
    • for great measures of social reform. This university-made
    • the World-Catastrophe, which is the great
    • themselves evolve what then is to be the salvation of the great
    • is the great creed, and such the mis-practice of life amongst
    • those great questions were gathering, which to-day can only
    • about which people are fighting today, there is a great deal
    • consequences, this great, new, up-welling life-impulse,
    • of life in all the great questions of world-politics in modern
    • itself! — Or else, — to the great misfortune of the
    • one which sets a great task before us; the task of combining
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    • and astral bodies of the great initiates and avatars that were
    • which is indeed our greatest goal - 'not I but Christ in me.'
    • great differences exist when one looks at the course of human
    • remember that there are great leaders of humanity, initiates
    • continent of Atlantis, which was destroyed by great
    • “saga of the great flood.” The Atlanteans —
    • and that is we ourselves — had their great leaders and
    • this Sun-existence was the task of the Great Sun Oracle. For
    • who reside on the sun. These great beings were exclusively on
    • great Being who was to be called the Christ united with the
    • Venus, Mercury, and Vulcan oracles, each with its great
    • of what is today Ireland. The Great Leader chose a few from
    • Great Leader, however, chose the best people in order to lead
    • developed the qualities necessary to make them great
    • the Great Leader, to make the necessary preparations for
    • only the Manu had preserved from the great initiates of the
    • but in certain cases it was preserved. The greatest of these
    • seven best etheric bodies belonging to the seven greatest
    • Only the etheric body of the Great Initiate of the Christ
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    • which is indeed our greatest goal - 'not I but Christ in me.'
    • The greatest
    • to which the greatest importance was given.
    • verified a great historical law that should be of special
    • wisdom which is the primordial wisdom of the Great Avatar, of
    • descended to earth as the greatest avatar being. Let us view
    • existence. What the human being is in particular, the great
    • will offer humanity far greater things, and the Christian
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    • and astral bodies of the great initiates and avatars that were
    • which is indeed our greatest goal - 'not I but Christ in me.'
    • greater detail and in a more intimate sense. Just saying that
    • of the Atlanteans differed greatly from those of human
    • in the mysteries. We therefore designate the great centers of
    • Mars also knows a great deal about the spiritual mysteries of
    • was to guide humanity in such a way that when the great
    • Specifically, the task of the Great Initiate of the Sun
    • cultures. To put it differently, the Great Initiate had to
    • inform ourselves a little about the task of this Great
    • which today's great leaders in, say, scholarship, art,
    • magical powers whom the Great Leader of the Sun Oracle
    • through and beyond the great Atlantean catastrophe. No, the
    • scholarship and external industrial life—the great
    • The Great
    • Atlantis a long, long time to come to its end. Great masses
    • intermingled. Then the Great Leader of the Sun Oracle took
    • Great Leader has taken something else with Him. And here we
    • The Great
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    • which is indeed our greatest goal - 'not I but Christ in me.'
    • that now can be retrieved only with great difficulty. Just as
    • Christ is most clearly evident, and the great significance of
    • Assisi and the great Dominicans who reflected the wonderful
    • with such a clear image of the great truths they practiced
    • theory and practice. Of the great Dominicans, St. Thomas Aquinas
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    • which is indeed our greatest goal - 'not I but Christ in me.'
    • clear when one looks at two great individuals who prepared
    • look at another great representative of Christianity: Thomas
    • great thinkers who preferred intellectual work to the wisdom
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    • which is indeed our greatest goal - 'not I but Christ in me.'
    • beautiful, great, and noble forces of nature, they will
    • efforts. Also, this family must find great satisfaction in
    • relate to you the words of our great harbingers of the new
    • participation in the great advances of the Atlantean industry
    • and their inability to participate in this great industry.
    • spiritual world. These people, despised by the great scholars
    • call The Great Initiate of the Sun Oracle. This small group
    • by the great scholars and inventors. Yet it was precisely
    • they whom the Great Initiate of the Sun Oracle led from the
    • events of our evolution. Let us look at the great sensation
    • to remember the great events from the beginning of modern
    • times, such as the great voyages of discovery by Columbus and
    • greatest conquest in the Atlantean era emanated from the
    • Great Initiate of the Sun Oracle. And when those descendants,
    • could be born. Therefore, the greatest spiritual event and
    • technical progress. We also see how the great inventors and
    • people so that they were able to behold the Great Initiate.
    • gathered around the Great Initiate of the Sun Oracle, then
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  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture VII: The Macrocosmic and the Microcosmic Fire: The Spiritualization of Breath and Blood
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    • and astral bodies of the great initiates and avatars that were
    • which is indeed our greatest goal - 'not I but Christ in me.'
    • the Buddha, was a great oriental teacher who made many
    • able to look into the divine world. The Buddha had one great
    • Maitreya-Buddha, his great successor who was to become the
    • process can we grasp the great truths with the zeal and full
    • Christ's influence as the great model for human
    • received through its great model, the Christ-Being, who
    • atman as a deification of the breath — as the great
    • present on earth. And thus we are told how the great
    • spiritual beings — the great avatars — descend
    • when mankind is in need of help, the great god Vishnu
    • the great ocean among the waters, the eternal snake among all
    • anything human as the great ideal to which the human core
  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture VIII: The Event of Golgotha. The Brotherhood of the Holy Grail. The Spiritualized Fire.
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    • and astral bodies of the great initiates and avatars that were
    • which is indeed our greatest goal - 'not I but Christ in me.'
    • great sage Kashyapa, the inspired disciple of Shakyamuni.
    • great purview and with an enormous impulse of activity. Of
    • prophesied that a new great proclaimer of the primordial
    • back to the large numbers of great personalities who were
    • learned the great truth of being liberated from suffering
    • Golgotha, how does the soul perceive the great truth of the
    • because Christ is the great healer of mankind. His power
    • of old age. The weaker our limbs become, the greater the
    • teaching by the great Buddha that life is suffering. No other
    • event has had a greater impact on the evolution and the
    • humanity in the future. Christ was the greatest avatar that
    • Jesus of Nazareth, something mysterious and greatly
    • transfer the impetus of this great impulse to the rest of
    • people were able to absorb the great ideas because their
    • received the great illuminations about Christianity that they
    • expression for the ego is the blood. That is a great secret,
    • understanding of this great mystery. If Spiritual Science can
    • upward to approach the position where their great model
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    • which is indeed our greatest goal - 'not I but Christ in me.'
    • reflect the great cosmic events in the souls of human beings
    • the etheric bodies of the great Atlantean initiates had been
    • set great value on a direct, physical transmission of the
  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture X: The God of the Alpha and the God of the Omega
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    • and astral bodies of the great initiates and avatars that were
    • which is indeed our greatest goal - 'not I but Christ in me.'
    • our souls time and again those great comprehensive thoughts
    • Those who have a feeling for these great truths should hurry
    • the Great Spirit of the Sun with all its subordinate beings
    • maya, the great illusion. Whenever I perceive this
    • incarnation welled up in him. And at that moment the Great
    • therefore, that Zarathustra had experienced a great deal
    • an even greater and more prodigious sacrifice. When
    • what point in time the great Impulse of Golgotha would
    • always a certain connection between great individualities of
    • fact. Great spirits work together, and they are born into a
    • certain age for a purpose. Likewise, the great impulses in
  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture XI: From Buddha to Christ
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    • and astral bodies of the great initiates and avatars that were
    • which is indeed our greatest goal - 'not I but Christ in me.'
    • have to say about such great individualities as Buddha and
    • great principles of occult theosophical investigation from
    • names that were venerated in greatest secrecy in the
    • of humanity where our souls led lives greatly different from
    • Great Initiate who was the leader of this highest oracle had
    • address the “I” in oneself. The great Manu
    • today. Yet it was they with whom the great Manu journeyed to
    • Now the Great
    • greatest initiates who were the leaders of the ancient
    • bodies developed by the great initiates, but it would lead me
    • this reason that the Great Initiate of the Sun Oracle
    • with him the seven etheric bodies of the greatest Atlantean
    • etheric bodies of the seven greatest initiates of the ancient
    • these people, thereby enabling them to exude the great,
    • The Great
    • name of a great leader from the past. I am here referring to
    • the greatest of all Zarathustras, who was one of the most
    • surrounded by a great aura, so the human being is surrounded
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    • penetrated, to a lesser or greater extent, by the spirit, in such a
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    • men of that earlier time. Without reflection they experienced a great
    • with what came from the priests, the great comforters of mankind.
    • indeed, human consciousness at that time was greatly in need of
    • periods) in the spheres of art and religion, and a great deal in our
    • have experienced one of the greatest blessings of humanity, perhaps
    • the very greatest — I mean the experience of free-will, of
    • But we shall be able to talk of this in greater detail only if we lay
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    • dealing with another stratum, divide the smaller into the greater
    • This sort of logic always reminds me of the logic one of the greatest
    • time when humanity has been in greater need of it.
    • far as they were able to wait — to see what Schelling's great
  • Title: Lecture IV: The Sun-Initiation of the Druid Priest and His Moon-Science
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    • great exertion through the development once again of Imagination,
    • Cosmos. The greater impulses, which were needed, one may say, to
    • the great secrets were to be revealed, the priest had to expose
    • of St. John. Then there arose what I may call the great wave of his
    • We must imagine the Druid civilization spread out over a great portion
    • also brought, with a power grown truly great and gigantic, what had
  • Title: Descriptive Sketches: Lecture I
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    • beautiful journey across the great mountains, which give us so
    • necessary now and will become more and more necessary, will greatly
    • we come upon something which must greatly surprise anyone ignorant of
    • anything nourishing. For there is a very great difference between one
    • Particularly in our present time great famines can be observed in the
    • and there are a great number of persons who consider it childish to
    • cultivate it in groups, for it is of great importance that persons who
    • great help to read to him after death. This has been done in all ages.
    • was very greatly helped, and felt himself lifted above many
    • to make investigations in the spiritual world concerning the great
    • greater events, such as the passage of the human soul through death
    • of the greater heavenly movements than what is in a sense
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    • great significance of what we call reincarnation. He may ask:
    • to observe the forces which remain behind after the greater proportion
    • great universal viewpoints described in Occult Science, but
    • great deal which enables one to understand life as never before.
    • so much and the books he wishes so much to read, with great
    • souls with great clearness, even as the earth-man on his part sees his
    • Heaven with great indistinctness. This is merely a picture, but it
    • incarnations. Such external stimuli are sometimes of' great importance
    • is surrounded in its aura by the forces the greater part of which are
    • something a great deal more interesting than what can be seen in the
    • immeasurably great and filled with wisdom. That wisdom is often much
    • greater than a human being can put into words in later life. The
    • instincts of man, and may then lead to the greatest occult depravity.
    • clairvoyant who talks a great deal — mostly nonsense — about
    • Sometimes these forces lead to great nonsense, and particularly to
    • We see, therefore, that the great world-relations, the great spiritual
    • facts of that life, and how, even through the greatest acquirements of
    • materialistic. Just because the great facts of external life must make
    • the greatest achievements of civilisation, external life must
    • must become greater and greater and make more progress; but although
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    • At the times when the great festivals of the year approach our souls,
    • Mysteries passed through what I might call a great soul-spiritual
    • the Earth's great out-breathing into the cosmos.
    • itself in the great yearly respiration. In this Earth-soul element
    • alive in ourselves at each of the four great festivals of the year,
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    • very little true for the greater part of humanity! On what does the
    • thoughts, in which natural science attains greatness, the Easter
    • great inner force what appeared before their souls in this powerful
    • world. The Divine is comprehended in its greatness and power, not when
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    • superstition, whereas it is considered great wisdom simply to count
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    • The great teachers of the Mysteries simply accepted this as a fact.
    • great questions to the divine spiritual of the cosmos. Their
    • our ego into its protection. It shows it to us when it opens the great
    • great question was put before the deity, and the deity was expected to
    • order to pose the great question to the cosmos so that the cosmos
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    • the world. Men did not expect great secrets of Nature to be revealed
    • have been understood. Naturally everything was changed when the great
    • disappeared to a still greater extent than that for the other side of
  • Title: Lecture I: The Balance in the World and Man, Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • will come when a great many people will find themselves asking: “Why
    • realize that a phenomenon which will appear in greater and greater
    • influence was the greater; in our own epoch, Ahriman is the
    • the breathing process becomes too forceful, when it makes greater
    • we feel obliged to question, when a riddle, either great or trifling,
    • greater space and an arena transcending the boundaries of the human
    • the typical greatness of the Greek — of all this, Oedipus is deprived
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    • will have to experience the great shock that must inevitably come when
    • great problems or riddles in respect of the human form.
    • through the literature on the subject to find what a very great deal
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    • of Ahriman. Ahriman has great power over our waking consciousness. It
    • the world with their inter-working. Two ideas play a great part in
    • away from himself. Kant has given great and grand expression to this
    • “Duty, thou great and exalted Name, thou has nought to do with
    • This is really saying a great deal. When a man speaks of learning to
    • great spiritual Powers, above all of those spiritual Powers who bring
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    • so lightly, is something to which Homer, the great writer of Greek
    • greatest significance. And in the nineteenth century, too, all
    • speaks from greater depths than are reached by his ordinary
    • Hath done the wered cordes great
    • Lock” shows the great English satirist in a comparatively
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    • greater error in the art of recitation is conceivable. For when we
    • soul, unfolds in the rhythm of breathing. A greater part of what is
    • immersed. He is seized with a great longing for the veiled Virgin,
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    • [To a much greater extent than Goethe, Blake
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    • spiritual life, wished to sing of the great deed of the Messiah, as
    • sinful man’s redemption.” Here something of greater
    • strengthened, and great value is attached to technical adjustment
    • and the sensitivity we value so greatly.
    • Rebel Thrones, but greater rage to see
    • The greater Heaven in an Heaven less.
    • sacred Hymnes, and Order, The great
  • Title: Poetry/Speech: Lecture VII: The Uttering of Syllables and the Speaking of Words
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    • three greatest impulses behind all human evolution and all
    • beginning of certain great works of art we hear words which, I
    • we pass through the period in which man traversed the great,
    • only of his own soul. But there too, at the beginning of the great
    • great All to grow divine.
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    • sensibility there is the greatest conceivable difference between
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    • exaggeration of the Jesus-Principle a great and dangerous error in
    • our soul-life, but that we are far from always knowing how our great
    • same time in man, lives in us as part of the great unknown Nature.
    • greatest crimes. And although this death on the cross did not affect
    • with great exactitude, for it is a powerful Imagination: King
    • the banner of Lucifer. The soul must learn to feel that the greatest
    • host of Lucifer assembled on the plain of Babylon. And the greatest
    • there is hardly a greater contrast than that between Jesuitism and
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture II: Rosicrucian Training and Anthroposophical Training
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    • We see how Lessing, that great mind of the eighteenth
    • for itself, but for all mankind. Humanity is a great organism, and
    • him. That is the great difference.
    • a great organism.
    • these, and in others also. The great evolutionary change which the
    • great world, marveling at the revelation of light in the sun, feeling
    • you will find much on the subject, but there is a great deal more.)
    • the world. Without this body, the Ego which I now regard as my great
    • him appears to us in the great Imaginative picture of Christ Jesus
    • must undergo; a feeling for the greatness of the Cosmic Spirit who
    • pervades the world. We are in the presence of this greatness and we
    • us like two great pillars on the occult path, the story of the
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture III: Sources of Knowledge of Christ, Lord of Karma
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    • ever greater and greater number of people. These are two quite
    • the gate of death. Now there are a great many men, especially those
    • say: ‘Jesus of Nazareth must be thought of as a great Adept!’
    • made the greatest preparations, evident from the fact that two human
    • Pascal, a great figure in spiritual history, standing forth as one
    • always with great minds, he really remained alone with his thoughts.
    • to immortality, but to death. In beautiful meditations this great
    • many consider a great philosopher, did not get beyond this concept of
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IV: Experiencing the Christ Impulse, Jerome and the Gospel of St. Matthew
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    • material sphere a great quantity of fluid can be affected by the
    • it marks the great difference between pre-Christian and
    • not speak much about the concept of Grace, we must make great use of
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