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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • completely intimate development of the human soul, and all the
    • This inner training quietly progresses without undue haste in complete
    • follow with complete calm the inner rules that are applicable here,
    • completely in hand and be able to exercise strict control over one's
    • is an impossibility to completely free one's mind from outside
    • extinguished. It suffices to ponder for a moment how completely we are
    • awaken the slumbering soul faculties; let them arise out of the inner
    • it completely. One must learn to love such sentences. If a person
    • arrived to let the sentences rise resplendent again and again in
    • panorama of universe and humanity, which he has let pass through his
    • prejudice and instead lets both work on him in silence, he has the
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • while ago a booklet came out in Germany: ‘Uber den
    • physiological feeble-mindedness of women). This booklet stems from a
    • psyche-pathological standpoint, a booklet like this one on the
    • the matter in a completely different way than many, twenty to thirty
    • let us look at a few of them.
    • Let us take the man
    • only in our time? Let us be quite clear about this.
    • sensations in the plant, only shows a tremendous dilettantism in the
    • the savage is completely surrounded by the forces of Nature, but the
    • completely purified and is master of this astral body, over all urges
    • between the development of the etheric body and the astral body. Let
    • the fact that one becomes a completely different human being in the
    • complete human being who is capable of combining an external
    • must find its completion through that which lives in every human
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • Steiner speaks in this pamphlet. He makes no special claim for
    • completely. Merely the facts will be stated, and you will have
    • sustain their bodies. Let me emphasizes again for the sake of those
    • completely different significance for them. Hence, we can say that
    • Let us consider how the ego can gradually take a
    • central position within the bodily functions. Let us examine what
    • weight in him and hinders his urge to let the astral body come to
    • will be able also to let his inner forces predominate. Thus, the
    • impractical. A man also can be so completely unprejudiced as to
    • Let me mention a few more examples to
    • strengthened by coffee. Thus, we can let coffee take over in making
    • coffee break to cling to a subject until it is completely
    • light. It might be said that the chief effect of tea is to let
    • Milk is completely different from meat in that it expresses in the
    • It is suitable for people who want to abstain completely from meat
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • The volume of the Complete Edition of the works of Rudolf Steiner
    • Let us ask ourselves the question: Why is the achievement of
    • first pole is complete surrender to contemplation, to thought, in
    • best not to let this happen!
    • brownish red. In a man of high moral ideals the rays are lilac-violet
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • let us try to add something to what is already familiar to us. What I
    • Now let's consider nervousness. It is well-known today that there are
    • unable to hold a single thought in his head, let alone carry it through to a
    • diligence can work wonders. Let me speak in detail, for example, of
    • the letters he writes. Tell him to try to shape his handwriting differently
    • and to cultivate the habit of drawing the letters. The point here is that
    • letters.
    • Let me emphasize that it is not easy to apply what has just been described
    • No doubt you have met people so weak-willed that they would rather let
    • and let this, rather than what he has done to us, form a basis for our
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • is completely false. In one sense, spiritual science aims to develop
    • On this issue spiritual science takes a completely different stand
    • completely change itself. Through practicing certain exercises, the
    • to have completely different qualities from water, so may the soul,
    • life is an ascending one, completely dependent upon the body.
    • completely new impulse entered the course of man's evolution, when its
    • completely into his inner self, and his inner life was given a
    • such an experience took care that they did not completely fall prey to
    • Let us imagine someone who knows nothing whatsoever of the Gospels,
    • Let us proceed, bearing in mind indications of the Gospels concerning
    • something completely new entered the evolution of humanity. In the
    • something completely new. With the Baptism in the river Jordan
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • hamlets, felt themselves drawn to the Heavenly Child. In him they felt the
    • spontaneous warmth of this elementary feeling. Let me repeat that it is
    • skeleton; in another, a corpse, already food for worms; in the third, a
    • skeleton; the etheric body by the corpse half eaten by worms; the astral
    • conception. Let this stand as a contrast to what men used to experience in
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • incomplete. Man, in the early stages of his life and before his
    • subtleties would have developed at that time only as far as a language
    • through ever-recurring incarnations. Let us learn, through Spiritual
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • the other senses. Let us assume that our eyes were self-seeking. What
    • themselves instead of letting it pass through, we should feel a sort of
    • of the human organism; that is, the vital organs. With this in mind, let us
    • against it with equal selfishness! Let us take a different case. Suppose
    • Now let us consider not what we eat, but the air surrounding us. Every
    • Christ provided for the complete evolution of humanity.
    • being.” Let them think me a fool; I regard them as belonging to the
    • of Golgotha as this by completely imbuing ourselves with spiritual
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • the truth and effectiveness of his work, let us turn to the nature of
    • thinking. Let us take water as an example drawn from nature. Suppose
    • Let me outline the basic soul activities which
    • Let me share facts with you rather than talk abstractions, and say at
    • person doing the exercise forgets his body so completely that he not
    • here many times before, and will return again and again. Let us look
    • for understanding it more completely than was possible in times gone
    • I've taken more time than was intended, but perhaps you will let me
    • Let me mention a symptomatic instance. St. Augustine said that there
    • emotion. Let people argue whether or not the findings of spiritual
    • significance of Christianity. Let those who insist on clinging to
    • permeated by the truth if he lets it work upon him without bias.
    • Let's think for a moment of Giordano Bruno — what did he really do?
    • What is the task of the spiritual researcher? Let me try to express it in
    • complete harmony with the impulses that brought about these changes in
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • building was completed in April, 1914. Work on the interior proceeded
    • spiritual sciences is completed, it will contain, in a significant
    • Now let us consider the other side of the group, toward the right of
    • Christ has become a working force, let us visualize — as has been
    • Let us say this, that the degree of knowledge of the Christ impulse
    • to the skeleton of man. Yet the spiritual also belongs to our earth
    • conversions to write letters. He would then gather all these letters
    • into a bundle and say, “I have received these letters from some two
    • good people to the one side and the wicked to the other. Let us look
    • one another. Let us, for instance, compare a Frenchman with a Russian.
    • thinks that everything is viewed as a completed event, while Central
    • Now let us consider the vast amount of power that ascends to the
    • than what has taken place in the last few decades. Let us ask what has
    • about colors? He was nothing but a dilettante.” Since the 1880's I
    • Now let us consider the unexpended ether bodies that are still in
    • The war broke out and the author of the article sent several letters
    • to the editor. These letters contained some of the most disgusting
    • letters in his journal as examples of the stupidity of this kind of
    • Bibl.-No. 64 in the Gesamtausgabe (Complete Works
    • Gesamtausgabe (Complete works), Bibl.-No 158.
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • The volume of the Complete Edition of the works of Rudolf Steiner
    • The volume of the Complete Edition of the works of Rudolf Steiner
    • complete freedom of thought and a longing for it will so lay hold of
    • will feel that complete freedom of thought in the domain of religion
    • epoch. Today we regard it as superstition when, let us say, a savage
    • epoch its development will have been completed. In the sixth epoch,
    • level where complete individuality is associated with a social life in
    • letting His inspiration now into us, receiving Him into our
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • complete series.
    • Let us be clear as to one
    • the Atlantean epoch, everything was quite different. Let us therefore call
    • Let us take the case of a
    • was quite different. If someone harboured evil thoughts, his face completely
    • completely. At that time, it would therefore not have been incorrect to
    • science imagines! But the people who speak in this way are fools; let us
    • world-conception MUST NOT triumph! Let this be our firm and unshakeable
    • conviction! Let us bear in mind the fact that if our etheric body is to
    • it completes its fore-ordained voyage with a thunder-step ...”
    • attitude will disappear, it will disappear completely! Another attitude
    • of the evolution of the world. “CHRIST SEES US” ... let us
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • conditions of life should change completely during definite periods of time,
    • by natural science; it tenders it complete and admiring recognition; but
    • to be completely carried away by
    • any superficial attitude, but one who in consequence of being completely
    • pamphlet form bearing the title “The Mission of Spiritual Science and its
    • Let us begin by speaking of an event which establishes a certain connection
    • the essential requisites of scientific research. Let him announce his name and
    • attention to judgments of Hartmann, which completely annihilate the former
    • complete accord with Spiritual Science. Even as there is no contradiction
    • taken place in human evolution. Let us cast a glance upon the development
    • worthy of an educated person's attention. And let us turn our gaze aside
    • in the catacombs; let us look at the Christian life beginning to burst into
    • flower in those caverns. Then let us direct our eyes to what was visible at
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • must completely unite the forces of death with his own being during
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • completed so many days of work, so much human labour must have flowed
    • degrees, completely losing. They pass one another by without arousing
    • sorts, are three varieties of people. Let us look at the people of the West
    • and complete. But when this initiation occurs through special groups
    • impulse of the Anthroposophical Movement. Let us see to it that we do
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • hero. Now Macaulay, the English historian and man of letters, wrote
    • infantile disease, from ‘culture scarlet fever’, ‘culture
    • gets ‘culture scarlet fever’, ‘culture measles’, if one
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • merely confined, let us say, to our jaws or their neighboring organs, but
    • corresponding phases of growth are completed.
    • are spread out around us. Let us represent diagrammatically by means of
    • drawing). You will only have a complete picture of what is actually there
    • happen if a time were to come when human beings completely lost hold
    • work out of it with children, a remarkable thing will happen: Let us
    • madness.” A few days ago, I got yet another letter from someone
    • another person, who is, let us say, a railway clerk, asks you how his life
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • Let us think, for example, of the blood. Inasmuch as it is mainly
    • to confront the life of soul with complete lack of understanding; for
    • have an etheric organism complete in itself, consisting of Chemical
    • 'dreaming' inner conditions when, let us say, he wakes up with the
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • its qualities, differs completely from the physical which alone is
    • letting your deeds be fired by moral ideals ... all this goes down
    • dilettantism. That is what has remained of ancient astronomy, and it
    • complete ignorance of the fact that these things are relics of an
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • outer world is completely stilled, the will is continually active. And
    • Now it is possible to attain complete freedom of our inner life if we
    • Now let us consider the human being from the opposite pole, that of
    • through what we do? — When we sneeze, let us say, we are also
    • thoughts. We unfold love in our actions by letting thoughts radiate
    • letting what is of the nature of will radiate into our thoughts. And
    • Let us now consider the other pole of man's nature, where the thoughts
    • Let us understand this rightly. What happens when man rises to pure
    • Power more and more completely, we also pervade what is merely Power
    • fixed realities, one lets them mingle with each other, now in this
    • would fall, let us say, if a number of documents were carried into a
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • is in complete harmony with that of Raphael's picture. Of course, this fact
    • that theology is completely permeated by Lucifer. It no longer sees into
    • Let us picture this rightly, let us immerse ourselves in this new Isis
    • legend which must be experienced, and let us fill our souls with it. Then
    • Let us become conscious of this most intimate task! Let us go in spirit to
    • Let us remember that when we do sow discord, this discord hinders us in
    • world, where cliches and routine hold sway. Let us remember that our
    • together, and let us celebrate Christmas in this spirit. Oh, I would like
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • Let us begin to-day by considering certain questions connected with
    • Christmas-Thought from the most varied standpoints. This time let us
    • differing, modes of knowledge. Let us turn our attention for the
    • the revelation found completion in what was brought to understand it.
    • corresponds completely to the Mystery of Golgotha that the revelation
    • And now let us try to understand the content of a book such as my
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • being of Nature, on the other with the self-knowledge of man. Let us
    • “Threshold,” “Guardian of the Threshold.” Let me
    • four centuries. Let me illustrate this for you in a particular case.
    • world. Let me read you a passage translated from his writings.
    • called “pure thinking” — that thinking which is completely
    • completely detached from man. The world systems of ancient times were
    • structure of the world is completely divorced from himself; that which
    • becomes, in effect, completely objective.
    • call for strength and not for weakness, and if he were to let go,
    • to our dreams, and will not let them go. I have often spoken of how
    • is, however, incomplete; and we shall not arrive at any satisfactory
    • At this Threshold we shall no longer let our imagination run away with
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • Let it be remembered that nothing in the world is in itself evil or
    • And now let us ask: What, in reality, is this activity in the domain
    • ancient teachings said: Let it not be uttered — for sinful is the
    • that locality which, by its very nature, will bring it into complete
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • letter of the alphabet but in Latin it is just ‘A’. In passing from
    • as Man called the first letter of the alphabet ‘Alpha’, he
    • just ‘A’, the letters conformed to outer convention, to the prosaic
    • expressed in the first letter of the alphabet.
    • the names of the letters of the alphabet one after another. A
    • Let us say that here we have the boundary between the conscious and
    • letters of the alphabet are actually formed as images of what lives in
    • H is not actually a letter like the others, H imitates the rotational
    • therefore, a vowel harmony expressed somewhere in speech: let us say
    • Something is expressed that is the cosmic working of four planets. Let
    • us add one of the consonants to something like this — IOSUA — let us
    • uttered the letters of the alphabet. When he expressed the mystery of
    • letters. They learned that the secrets of the cosmos found expression
    • in the letters. The single vowel was brought into connection with its
    • through the letters of the alphabet, Man gained knowledge of the
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • important to let nothing happen in the young child's environment, not
    • Let us consider man in the spiritual world, long before he develops
    • sphere complete with stars and zodiac and sun and moon.
    • actions. Here, then, you have a complete linking up of karma with the
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • Company, London. This booklet was reprinted in 1986 by kind permission
    • Let us try to understand how Truth, Beauty and Goodness are related,
    • figure that is sufficient and complete in itself — one that contains
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • glowing colour and radiance and musical tones, let him down when he made
    • to let the Christ-impulse come to flower in him; he can let Christ's life
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • human being. Let us assume, for example, that you stick yourself with
    • A completely different
    • complete unconsciousness occurs with the destruction of the human
    • organism in a completely different way, we can stimulate the
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • everything was worked through and, above all, verified completely on the
    • created by the one. They thus work in completely opposite ways. And the
    • intensive in the nerve-sense system, and which is completely opposite to
    • I would now like to select a special example to let you have insight into
    • Let us direct our gaze to an ore which can be found in nature, so-called
    • dilettantish. There people look externally at the egg cell, observe the
    • has too little strength and cannot let certain forces be active within him
    • organ systems. Let us begin by looking at the system which primarily
    • dilettantism or medical sectarianism, one can proceed strictly in
    • in an effort at working towards a healing process. Let us assume we have
    • arrive at the right remedies without being dilettantes. Then contemporary
    • realm, however, it is very easy to get into dilettantism. One can, for
    • wants to meddle in a dilettantish way with mental illness, one ought
    • generally in a dilettantish way. I will not go into that now, Especially in
    • things are done properly, not in a dilettantish manner, how other healing
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • The original text is included in the volume of the Complete
    • clearly. Let us imagine ourselves asleep. The Ego is away from the
    • the Christ. Hence you must first let teachers come to you from India,
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • into all our hearts, I did not want to let pass without speaking to you at
    • Let us now bring before our souls beings who are intimately connected,
    • sense in which we have described it here. Let us direct our gaze to beings
    • painter who let his artistic power unfold in marvellous depths of
    • Bearing this in mind, let us look for a moment at Raphael and see how he
    • impregnated with the Divine. We behold Raphael as it were completely “at
    • beautiful completeness, but he never succeeded in drawing any picture of
    • wrote was unfinished and incomplete. The first book he undertook was intended
    • completely yielded up and was only present through what Lazarus-John gave to
    • poetry his magic idealism. He would fain not let himself be touched by Earth
    • This work is: to let the Michael Power and the Michael Will penetrate
    • Mankind. Therefore let my words to you today be these:
    • He, the Christ-messenger, revealeth in you —
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • an incomplete ossification. So that the brain contains a constant
    • them. We, the higher hierarchies, are able to let an Earth proceed
    • him to come down into the evolution of the earth without completing
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • they do not claim to be complete. Their 7 pages of typescript may
    • lecture. But important points emerge even from these incomplete notes.
    • simply the definite characters of Othello, Macbeth, or Hamlet. Just
    • there are no plays which are so completely conceived from the
    • followed little by little; “HAMLET”, “MACBETH”,
    • Shakespeare, but Hamlet who broods over the problem of “to
    • be, or not to be;” it [is] Hamlet who recoils from his father's
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • be complete. The 7 pages of typescript may correspond to about 25
    • emerge even from these incomplete notes.
    • performances, so that the texts did not completely correspond to
    • definite characters of Othello, Macbeth, or Hamlet. Just because
    • completely conceived from the standpoint of the actor. This is a
    • Hamlet, Macbeth, King Lear, Julius
    • Shakespeare, but Hamlet who broods over the problem of
  • Title: The Manicheans
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    • Mysteries, (2) The Letters, (3) The Gospel, and (4) The Thesaurus.
    • ‘Paraclete’ or ‘Holy Spirit’ promised by Christ to
    • Widow. The soul, which will later on become completely independent, is
    • Paraclete, the Holy Spirit, the Son of the Widow? It means that he
    • EDITING: This lecture was edited by J. W. Haslett in 1996 from a
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • Let a man withdraw himself ever so much within the realm of pure
    • and the purely spiritual World. Let us think about the
    • before his mind as if written in letters of gold. “Thou wilt
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • have to become acquainted with completely different conceptions.
    • leads to complete certainty of the Eternal in one's own being. This
    • for such experiences reveal the complete difference of the spiritual
    • conditions are completely reversed in the spiritual world, that there
    • complete reversal. And because modern science fails to grasp it and it
    • aright when it is conceived as a complete transformation of the other
    • something to him — if you develop the feeling in purity and let
    • grow strong to bear it, not let oneself be talked out of it. In regard
    • thoughts as have been described to-day, that we let our mind dwell on
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • disables this temple convolution completely and prevents the person
    • Let us now
    • Let us now
    • Now let us talk
    • Let us now
    • assume the following, gentlemen: Let's imagine the earth and people
    • standing at various points on the earth. And one person, let us say,
    • we? In this case, the clock is completely innocent.
    • follows: When the sun has moved to that place, it is in Virgo, let us
    • someone is born in an area where at a certain time, let's say at his
    • Now, let us look
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • become so personal and really want to let personal feelings cloud
    • in fact out of his mind. That, of course, would be complete nonsense.
    • physical world, have to be completely transformed if they are to
    • relationships with one another. Let us take the example of
    • colours, the red or blue or violet; he really tastes the colours, not
    • something, or what is done with something, we let our speech-sense
    • reached in Schiller's Letters on the Aesthetic Education of
    • Schiller's Aesthetic Letters embrace something of what has
    • course, read this in Schiller's Aesthetic Letters themselves;
    • Aesthetic Letters. Only thus could he express it at that time,
    • Letters could not quite trust himself to reach the concrete
    • Let me make this
    • that can be asked and answered. There is no time today for a complete
    • A complete scene
    • completely false account of what they had seen, and only four were
    • eyewitnesses of an event, twenty-six were completely false, and four
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • impulse working in Schiller when he wrote his Letters on the
    • the impulse which lay behind Schiller's “Aesthetic Letters”
    • Letters” and Goethe's fairy-tale in my recent small book on
    • When Schiller wrote these “Letters”, his intention was not
    • the beginning of the “Letters” he refers to the French
    • Let us consider once more the basic conception of these “Letters.”
    • Schiller was writing his “Aesthetic Letters.” Goethe was a
    • said to himself: If so many people find so much in Kant, one must let
    • In conversation about Kant, Goethe would not let himself become really
    • There is something very great in these “Aesthetic Letters,”
    • “Aesthetic Letters:” they were going to have to teach
    • no inclination to know anything about Schiller's “Letters on
    • attempted by Schiller in his “Aesthetic Letters” and
    • If we approach the “Aesthetic Letters” and the
    • reading the “Aesthetic Letters” should feel: in the very way
    • his “Aesthetic Letters,” but when he asks, “How
    • which cooks the stuff and takes from it what it needs, and lets the
    • “Aesthetic Letters” he says boldly that man is fully man
    • “Aesthetic Letters”: man is fully man only when he is
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • Now let us go back to the event that makes a strong impression on our
    • Let us picture the whole process. Something moves you deeply. You ray
    • Let me now draw your attention to a particular fact. Wherever I have
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • thirty years. Saturn needs thirty years to complete its orbit around
    • complete its orbit around the Sun.
    • Jupiter takes a definite time to complete his orbit — he will
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • Let us consider such a thing in detail. Observe the inner formation of
    • Let us now go farther back, within the ear. We come to the so-called
    • But I think your heart will still be left cold. Let outer physical
    • ordinary way. Take one of these textbooks of Physiology; let the
    • the memory. But let us suppose that by such exercises as are described
  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • make mistakes with older students, let us say with those at medical
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • and without it man's life is lived out with incomplete consciousness. It
    • his name. And here let it be said that the Masters, as a rule, are not
    • let us say, will be able by pressing a button concealed in his pocket, to
    • will develop every imaginable skill and subtlety in the manipulation and
    • terrible form. Great and mighty forces will be let loose by the
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • a state of terror, let us say, of falling into some inner chasm
    • Inspirational consciousness, but let us make it quite clear
    • Inspiration, the second world. Let me call it the revelations
    • Now let us
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    • sense-perception. But it is a complete mistake to believe that the
    • Let us assume that a human being has a relation to a particular Being
    • immediate forms. And in order to complete his development he must
    • But if earthly life is not to fall into complete decay, man must learn
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • significant and in the most complete accord with what Spiritual
    • complete disappearance of any true conception of the Christ —
    • In contrast to these facts, let us consider what
    • Let us now consider how one who stands on the ground of
    • is revealed to men in its complete form. Only when man senses
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • And now let us speak of what is really the fundamental conviction of
    • And now let us see whether we can explain these words of Wagner in the
    • And now let us briefly consider the nature of the Mysteries. What were
    • And now let us consider the time of transition from the old phase of
    • evolution to the new. — Again let it be repeated, however, that
    • And now let us think of the mystery contained in this myth as a
    • accomplished the complete turn. In chastity and purity the plant
    • In what sense has man accomplished the complete turn? According to the
    • And now let us see how this sublime ideal lived on the heart and soul
    • feeling and let the ideas in their totality stand before our souls.
    • whole and complete being, when he clothed the secret of his own soul
    • who has not these twain, let him think he has religion!”
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    • But now let us scrutinise this logic more closely. The Ideas are
    • Let me try to tell you in brief words how Ammonius Saccas spoke of
    • complete and all-embracing — was merely the lowest expression of
    • would understand the universe let us not pay heed to space, for space
    • contains merely the outward expression of the spiritual world. Nor let
    • And now let me deal with another chapter of the wisdom taught by
    • Nature, in animal and in plant. Let no man be so sinful as to believe
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    • take over thoughts into the course of his day. Let us assume
    • battles, of the SPIRITUAL battles of the civilised world! Let us
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    • Spirits of Form, during the Earth-epoch. Let us now contemplate the
    • Let us now
    • be grasped ... but let me show you, with the aid of a comparison, how
    • Let me advance one
    • Let us bear in mind
    • temptation. Let us think of this. When a modern painter paints this
    • else. Let us recall the thoughts that should really be connected with
    • you study a skeleton) is the remaining organism; the spine is
    • fertilization on the part of the spirit is completely lacking.
    • “Brothers Karamasov”. Let me only say this: In spite of
    • seem stupid, let me nevertheless say that the world is deep, and that
    • expressed their views, they wrote letters. It is almost incredible
    • enjoyed a great reputation in England. But read the letters written
    • broad-minded free-thinker, yet how stupid were the letters he wrote!
    • completely; human beings must make up their mind not to pass through
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    • help which are no longer available in our epoch. The Gods let their
    • And now let us turn to certain fundamental ideas which can make our
    • complete, intrinsically perfect — an Infinitude in itself. The
    • Greek Temple is, in itself, one complete, dynamic whole. The Church
    • trying to express something that is never as separate and complete in
    • And now let us turn to
    • perfection, permeated by soul, an infinitude complete in itself. And
    • mysterious world within himself but able to let the forces of this
    • something that will be the completion of this striving. With the
    • spiritual atmosphere. And now let us ask: Where does the
    • Masters, but I will give you a skeleton outline of it.
    • young Prince Diocletian, how the Emperor desired to hang his son on
    • and by her a son, Diocletian. She dies, and the Emperor takes a
    • second wife. His son Diocletian is his lawful heir; by the second
    • wife he has no son. The time comes for the education of Diocletian.
    • of the son at all costs. For seven years Diocletian receives
    • days, must utter no single word and appear to be a simpleton. But
    • Emperor a story with the object of persuading him to let his son be
    • takes place. Again the upshot is that Diocletian still lives. The
    • day has come and Diocletian is able to speak. This is the story of
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    • the Roman presents the personality that is complete in itself as the
    • Let us recapitulate:
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    • indeed it would be a sickness unto Death. But if we let Christ be our
    • we let Christ be our guide we can unite ourselves to the Holy Spirit
    • If we let Christ become our leader, we may surely say:
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    • out of Inspiration. They are not now completely surrendered to the
    • has let the Mystery of His Being and His activity be there on record
    • Let us now set down on the blackboard what I have been indicating.
    • from it. And how sore is the need to-day for such fructification! Let
    • was completely lacking in spirituality. It was really so. There you
    • taken easily. You cannot simply say: Let us inaugurate a Michael
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    • still preserved over in Asia. In Europe, this vision was completely
    • point of subtlety. The beings indwelling this astral Paradise are
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    • Of course, one might say forthwith: ‘Well, let the people who
    • let occultism show its art!’ Well, it will do so the moment its
    • spiritual world. Let us assume that we lost a beloved friend through
    • constantly let this finer, more delicate life of the soul be
    • quarter-truths have far worse effects than complete errors. Thus it
    • complete mistakes. Analytical psychology in its search for the
    • completely laid aside the astral body. But this only happens after
    • complete Platonic year, the cosmic year. Man's life is numbered
    • aid, as it were, another human being by whom he lets himself be borne
    • and which he slowly casts aside, he lets himself be borne into the
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    • order to have a foundation, let us consider the Osiris-Myth in its
    • most important aspects, let us just consider it, as it has been
    • being again which had the complete form of Osiris. She then gave to
    • might be as much common understanding among modern men as, let us
    • mythology. Let us just examine it. When the Greek looked up to his
    • we have of course said various things about these Gods, but let us
    • really underlies them. Let us suppose that at some time a personality
    • furnished the garment — or let us say — the dwelling
    • Let
    • machine which is damp, which indeed is not completely dry, but at
    • mythology. Let us hold that fact to begin with. We must have such
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    • letter-script. Just as Osiris was looked on in those ancient times as
    • letter, developed from it.
    • into the letter-script — to find the corpse of Osiris. The
    • letter-script was ‘found’, invented, as we say, in
    • nothing else than that he had let the star wisdom be imparted to
    • him, had let the star-wisdom tell him how social conditions should be
    • are more or less completely cut off from reality in their
    • someone has learnt a great deal, has become wise — let us say,
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    • that have made the letter-script from the picture-script, those
    • related by the legend that Isis let herself be induced to set free
    • he let the words work upon him: ‘I am the All, I am the Past,
    • completely open secret.
    • completely misunderstood all that underlay it. For it was not in
    • spoken) — ‘the Letter kills, but the Spirit gives life’.
    • experience. The letter ... by this is meant, as you know, the
    • letter-script in contradistinction to the ancient kind which the
    • succeeded by another, that the letter must come which kills the
    • consciousness in connection with death. For it is the letter that
    • proverb ‘the letter kills but the spirit gives life’ is
    • state of dulled livingness, in later times the letter called forth
    • necessary for the future, what alone can round out and complete the
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    • perfected and complete. It is only what developed from it as a
    • made a complete revolution. What man had formerly received from the
    • people to say: Well let's leave ourselves to World-destiny,
    • communications with Lenin through letters and so on, were
    • Goethe's optical knowledge, and let flow into such judgments —
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    • Then the physical ceases to let us be dependent on it; then, so to
    • it is shown by the fact that in Greece, let us say, a man had still
    • to a definite fact and let it serve as an example — one could
    • I had a letter the day
    • fruitful for him. There is a thoroughly warm tone in this letter, a
    • But now let us look at the reverse side of the matter. The same man
    • people will not let go! And that again is connected with other
    • other people. He was, let us say — twenty, twenty-five years
    • let us look at still another truth which, to be sure, I have not
    • completely contradicted by the fact that one does not perceive it! In
    • fragile with his seventy-two years. And the other was Michelet; he
    • was ninety-three years old. And Michelet had just been with Eduard
    • me, I shall still lecture for many long years!’ But Michelet
    • Michelet, however, in his whole being, was no materialist. Even the
    • would not assent to that, but Michelet, although he spoke in
    • things as let one look into the most important problems of today. But
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    • the present day because people are not accustomed to let their
    • seen a human skeleton — remember then that the human skeleton
    • the skeleton is a duality. You can easily lift up the skull from the
    • skeleton; it is really only set upon it, and then the rest of the
    • we look at a human being, as, let us say, head-man, and for the rest
    • trunk-man. And so too is the complete flesh and blood man a duality,
    • man in the kingdom of the lower Gods then one must complete this
    • confronts us is externally complete. All that is spiritual has formed
    • does our skeleton show the head and the remaining organism, but life
    • down, dies by an accident. Let us suppose that a man is struck dead
    • head-knowledge is transformed into heart-knowledge! One is completely
    • completely right, but all the same, something else is true. If this
    • will be linked a complete transforming which can be felt by one who
    • time: linked with it will be a complete transforming of the nature of
    • children today into complete human beings, into all-round developed
    • complete all-round developed organism of soul and spirit, he must be
    • (let us observe it only in one field, but it is applicable in all
    • universe, in order to conceive the skeleton, the pure machinery of
    • let themselves be prompted by professorial-thoughts, which are purely
    • ranks as Schoolmastering is completely foreign to the true being of
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    • its completeness, what we experience between birth and death and
    • the stars in the heavens. Let us keep in mind that it is not the
    • spoken. Today men let what streams out into the universe just
    • Zeller and Michelet, the two Berlin Professors. I have said that I
    • able to hold his lectures at the University. But Michelet was
    • ninety-three years old. And Hartmann related how Michelet had just
    • ‘Both poets had their world conception already complete in
    • select circle of diplomats, imbued with all the subtleties of
    • seven epochs. Let us turn our attention to the seventh epoch of the
    • remark it because he does not let it mature. What can be known today
    • mathematically, is there; it is only passed completely through a
    • now, my dear friends, let me say something else — what was
    • without the will to let things ripen through the heart-experience.
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    • transformed astral body, and the ego after having completed the
    • universe, and all this has condensed again. We simply let that rise
    • Let
    • vision of the complete reality.
    • for the good of humanity. And we must not let ourselves be
    • is what I wished to say to you today. Let us hope that we shall soon
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    • gaining complete mastery of the balance man has in the
    • And now let us consider the Ego during the hours of sleep. The Ego is
    • aim, let us say, of fitting himself to be an educator in the true
    • completely absorbed into the Cosmos. Then, as Ego and astral body,
    • that the further we progress in Anthroposophy, the more completely do
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    • overwhelming change that came upon him in Italy. In letters to
    • was opposed to it, and after his Italian journey he let it pass,
    • significant letter in which he said: Had you been born as a Greek, or
  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • Let me first of all express regret that I am unable to speak to you
    • inadequate and incomplete. My endeavour must be to indicate by
    • barrier is reached. Anthroposophy is in complete accord with modern
    • complete survey, deliberately and as a free act of will at the centre
    • am speaking of pictures of which a complete survey can be maintained.
    • complete survey must be maintained and everything must be subject to
    • complete survey can be maintained. And the result is that the
    • denotes complete misunderstanding, for the very reverse is the truth.
    • completely emptied, we are not confronting a void. True, we recognise
    • carried out in full waking consciousness, under complete control of
    • Let me try to explain by means of a simple
    • knowledge, true Intuition, for it denotes complete emergence
    • In conclusion, let me say this. — Unlike the current tendency
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    • Let us once more bear
    • from the time of Plato onwards, his complete mastery of the
    • gradually disappeared completely, and what lies before us in the
    • nineteenth century; the human soul had completely lost its elementary
    • order to “summon spirits”; yet, they completely overlook
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    • end of the nineteenth century. Let us observe how the external facts
    • so-called refutations. Let us simply observe the fact that, on the
    • stand upon a firm ground. It was something completely new in
    • the philosophical world had to define its attitude towards, let us
    • Let
    • I have explained to you; let us consider it from the standpoint
    • with the Austrian poet, Hermann Rollet. Hermann Rollet was thoroughly
    • cannot do it completely, for we know that the human being does not
    • Let us study, to begin with, these metabolic processes. While the
    • of man, which takes hold of the complete human structure, works out
    • third of the nineteenth century, are, in reality, completely
    • otherwise. Why? Let us bear in mind a truth which I have often
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    • which we live send pain and suffering to many human souls, but let us
    • of hope. Let me therefore unfold a few thoughts before your souls.
    • order to see this in the light of spiritual science, let me remind
    • things must be achieved in connection with the Building. Let me
    • facilitate matters, let me draw you a diagram. (A drawing is made.)
    • Now let us assume that this is the physical-corporeal and that the
    • physical-corporeal part; but let us now imagine a sleeping human
    • cease completely while we are asleep. To begin with, and seen purely
    • Let
    • forces could be used in different ways. Let us take for granted that
    • human life develops in the light of freedom. Let us then assume that
    • O cosmic spirit, let us be completely filled with the spirit that
    • in particular expresses something that should completely fill
    • In order to explain the significant fact contained in this, let me
    • I close this lecture, let me once more address to your souls a few
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • paintings; there you will see a world that took on a completely different
    • or let us say, one of the essential things (for there are, of course,
    • mankind seeks after a new knowledge of the spirit! Let us feel this
    • contemplation directed towards Anthroposophy. For that reason, let us
    • grasp the nature of the longings of modern man. Let us not think that
    • we become materialistic, when we spiritualize matter! And let us
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    • and overtakes us here. So that a full and complete survey of man's
    • Although there is not complete conformity between the way in which,
    • yester-day, spread fog which completely shuts off what should be
    • of the Ahrimanic Powers to cause the earth to become completely
    • right stream of Spiritual Science. Let me repeat: The whole of our
    • perceived in complete passivity, and is indeed perceived only because
    • nothing whatever to do with the sense-world, but in complete freedom
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    • will understand what is really the deeper cause of my words. Let me
    • becomes, let us say, chemical as Chemistry is today, physical as
  • Title: Lecture: The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead
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    • Let us first
    • And let us remember those who have already passed through the portal of
    • this concretely, let us now say: During our earthly life, we lived
    • only half of what takes place in every one of our experiences. Let us
    • evil thoughts and actions — but let us take as an example an
    • more general expression, let me nevertheless use this word:
    • that is really most significant for our whole life. Let us, however,
    • one. Let us place it clearly before our soul.
    • let us say, a dim feeling of our body's inner structure), during this
    • out of pure wisdom, a complete woof of pure wisdom.
    • Let me mention one
    • more thing because it completes all that we have contemplated in this
    • case. Only the completely materialistic people of modern times
    • have often considered this matter — but let me mention it again
    • It is not so long ago, that human beings were pushed completely
    • world. Again and again let us conjure up in our soul the necessity of
    • etheric body has not been used up completely. When a human being
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    • Let us now imagine that in the
    • best of all expressed in the letters, or in the sound “UUO”,
    • Europe’s Eastern culture was preceded, let us say, by a
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    • But let us go on and
    • Now let us recognize
    • But now let us weigh
    • Now let us be
    • you here again today, let me just add this. What is most needed now
    • people of our time are not about to let themselves in for any such
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    • Let us think of
    • body, except the most external part of the latter. Let this then be the
    • the whole system of man, his astral body and ego. Let us now recall that the
    • Let us
    • ourselves so independent of it — not letting it disturb us — that
    • Powers in the spiritual world, let me in my physical body be conscious in the
    • world of Light, let me be in the Light so as to perceive my own light-body,
    • and let not the power of the Ahrimanic forces be too strong for me, so as to
    • Powers, let me consciously, in the light, from out of and by the light behold
    • the Ahrimanic forces which obscure them. Let me consciously by the light
    • follow me, and may they sink down among the lower Gods of Chaos; and let them
    • cover them and black darkness come over them; and do not let them behold me
    • take my strength, let it not take effect nor let them gainsay me to take from
    • publication of something completely foolish, they defend themselves,
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    • actually sheer dilettantism on a higher level.
    • he has been exposed to an unsuitable climate. Now let us imagine that
    • body. Let us assume that he is a lazy fellow, on whom the outside
    • man whose free etheric body, instead of being heavy and lethargic has
    • Let
    • in our memory and after we have forgotten it. So let us imagine a
    • in our consciousness. Then let us see with our soul's eye how it
    • this image to him and let it stream outwards. But if we could manage
    • image is completely lost to man. This is seen best in that mighty
    • the moral sphere of daily life, let us now consider how forgetting
    • soul. After two, three or at the most four days this has completely
    • Lethe’, the River of Forgetfulness, and has learnt to
    • has its origin in the etheric body. Let us imagine a person who has a
    • he ought to forget for the sake of his well-being, he will let this
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    • recovery. How this cure is effected is sometimes a matter of complete
    • understanding things, completely undermines a deeper method arising
    • case I shall have to ask you to be somewhat aware of the subtlety of
    • over the whole of Western Europe they have a completely wrong view of
    • Let
    • and they cannot even see the tartar on people's teeth, let alone
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    • if we consider it let us say philosophically, it is somewhat childish
    • coincide nowadays with puberty, it became possible for him to let
    • denser and denser, and to the same extent as the substance, let us
    • because he was completely open to its influence and underwent sublime
    • for it is completely withdrawn from man's influence. Whereas in his
    • substance; you incorporate it. Now let us ask ourselves what the
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    • seven days. Let us go into this in greater detail.
    • etheric body, which completes its cycle in four times seven days,
    • world. And we must penetrate further and further. Now let us enquire
    • whereupon small droplets break off from the large drop and rotate as
    • Let
    • inner thought rhythm, and humanity would become completely decadent
    • Moon and Earth. In the future it will gradually become completely
    • then we must let them flow out of us again into the world, so that
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    • about them. Let us talk today about a few aspects of something that
    • Let
    • let us take a closer look at the working of karma, by examining a
    • will doubtless arise urging us to carry them out. So let us suppose
    • sake of simplicity, let us keep to the example of feeling the urge to
    • not necessarily always the case. Let us follow this up in detail by
    • let us suppose we are reborn, and when we are twenty our soul feels
    • make this especially clear, let us imagine that a soul is not yet
    • Let
    • not in another. Let us assume we learnt something in life that
    • circulation in a succeeding life, and then let us assume that we had
    • planted in him want to come to expression. But let us assume it has
    • to it in greater detail later — let us look back into that
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    • greatest wisdom, if we can only understand this. Therefore let us
    • definite form, a form that is complete in itself? This is because
    • in its normal tension, the ego lets it go slack and expands it, it
    • even accompanied by a change of breathing. Therefore let us show the
    • it could find no outlet for the individual work of the ego. Imagine
    • bodies act as sheaths for the ego but not so that they are a complete
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    • can confirm that earth conditions changed to something completely new
    • should have been; peoples who had completely surrendered themselves
    • completely passive Negro soul entirely given up to the outer world of
    • countries have kept a certain similarity right down the ages. Let us
    • let us look at our present earth population. There are still people
    • need to learn at all! Just let the God within you speak! Today, when
    • theosophical movement that we should let the divine man within us
    • are not pupils of the great masters by only wanting to let the God
    • only wanted to let the divine speak in them, and their egos made them
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    • completely enveloped in external etheric currents that come from the
    • let us consider the gradual development of the human being and
    • let us ask what actually happens when man adds to his store from
    • this group, we ought to be able to understand them. Let us start by
    • completely that you no longer see it, it is all rolled up in the
    • you see a man standing opposite two other people. Let us take into
    • consideration everything that belongs to evolution. Let us take the
    • the other two people. Then let us suppose that the first man thinks
    • Let
    • at that time were sufficiently powerful to let the character of their
    • in short, in everything that man himself produces. Let us say you see
    • yourself in that particular situation. Or, let us say, you see people
    • overwhelming suggestive power. Let us try to imagine how different a
    • the worlds are complete in themselves, and you will have seen in the
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    • acquired of the content of Spiritual Science or, let us say, of
    • you to realise that there must be complete truthfulness and deep
    • briefly propounded, let alone a programme. The forces of the whole
    • attained only by one who is able to wait quietly, with complete
    • sense, are not the imagery of dream but realities. Let us take a
    • colour ‘red’ comes, let us say, from a red rose, on the
    • But now let me say something else. Suppose we are looking at the
    • Now let us turn to the figure of ‘Day’.
    • We come now to the other figures. First let us take that
    • religious feelings are condemned in this sphere to complete spiritual
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    • that understanding can become more complete. Let us, however, begin
    • collisions with the world outside have completed their essential
    • Let us consider the astral body first. After death the
    • and experience in that sphere. Let us consider for a moment the fact
    • from whom it comes — this fact is inscribed in letters of power
    • into the biblical record. From an instance such as this let us feel
    • some understanding of it. Trivial as the following words may be, let
    • Let nobody believe that what I have been saying is
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    • place into the period of Devachan. Let us think of two friends living
    • In the case mentioned, let us suppose that the man who
    • the physical plane. If for some justifiable reason or, let us say,
    • is to be seen inside the watch itself. Or let us take another
    • you will let me share your wealth.” But the girl would have
    • beautiful piece of music if she would let him share her wealth. But
    • world if she would let him share her wealth. But she sent this
    • desirable suitors for her if she would let him share her wealth. She
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    • into the higher worlds conditions are complicated. A complete picture
    • human being, let us say at midnight, regarded from the standpoint of
    • development during incarnations, let us say in the Egypto-Chaldean
    • darkness and guide their vision, let us say, to the constellation of
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    • complete dedication in heart and soul, not merely in mind and
    • remoteness from the world and everyday experience — let them
    • Let us remind ourselves of what has been said about the
    • Now let us remind ourselves of how life flows by on
    • of the Mystery of Golgotha had been given to evolution. Let us
    • before the temptation of Lucifer. Let us realise that, in accordance
    • let us say of Mars, or Venus, or Mercury — we enter different
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    • period of Kamaloka when he is still completely enveloped by the
    • Now let us observe what this real ‘I’ does.
    • completely formed? His stature as a whole is still not particularly
    • into the form destined for him. Which part of him is most completely
    • obsolete. Repose of the physical body is the requirement of modern
    • yet maintain complete mobility of the etheric hands. He would be
    • completely hidden because it has built up the human being and
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    • emphatically inner event. For the sake of clarity, here let us
    • birth, his actual form is not complete. What happens is that the
    • it comes to expression in the completion of the outermost principle —
    • of an individual. It would be a complete misconception of history to
    • completely submerged in the water. As a result, the etheric body of
    • certain age in his life? He has completely changed; it is as though
    • he has become a different being! Qualities that were completely
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    • found in the outside world but within man himself. Let us recall what
    • human evolution on the Earth. Let us look back to an age, for example
    • have any interest in violet or red but will be concerned only with
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    • namely, the Beings of the several higher Hierarchies. Let us ask
    • Let us take a general look at life. We see numbers of
    • life as a whole. Let us take an example that is near at hand.
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    • firmament itself. The soul or, let us say, the actual spiritual
    • completely free from the ties of the last incarnation. But then it
    • place through the man throwing himself completely into the life of
    • religious beliefs; and then it must free itself so completely from
    • self-knowledge, of completely unbiased self-knowledge. Only by being
    • completely.
    • complete harmony.
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    • hold of essential elements in the evolution of humanity. Let us
    • important to let this struggle work upon us. For we then come to
    • Devachanic. Let us first remind ourselves that these three worlds lie
    • in the Astral world nor in the lower Devachanic world can a complete
    • Greece and Rome an infinite deepening of thought took place. Let us
    • everything outside; let us imagine that no report of the Mystery of
    • which lives in you and which you can experience completely. You may
    • Golgotha. But as soon as one lets the spiritual world make its
    • Achamod had completely become this material world, where men now
    • gives an impression of rabbinical subtleties, far too intricate for a
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    • knowledge and faith — which implies a complete abandonment of
    • With this aim in view, let us ask again: Why would it
    • On the one hand there was the world of concepts, let us say of Plato
    • Let us take a hypothesis which in our present context is
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    • sought to experience completely in his own inner being this tragedy
    • arises the picture — let us bring it vividly before our souls —
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    • holds good, one might say, for all the West. Let us recall how the
    • peoples with a meteorological world-picture, let us say — the
    • And now to carry this further, let us try to call up before our souls
    • ‘man of earth’. And now let us pass on to the time of
    • What were these prophets really striving for? Let us try
    • connected with subconscious realms of the soul. Let us recall how
    • the Law. That was the especial concern of the Prophets. And now let
    • olive tree and to let its aura inspire him in that geographical realm
    • Let us hear the strange words Paul uses when he wishes to bring the
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    • soul-forces throughout the day, we have to let them sink into nightly
    • The complete connection was not understood by Parsifal,
    • one looks closely — and there, in wonderful letters of the
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    • such a way as to let you see how these things reveal themselves
    • and so on. And let me also say — without the least wish to
    • And let us remember that in the Parsifal saga it is
    • Now let us recall how in accordance with an old
    • Now let us try again to get our bearings with regard to
    • might become the bearer of spiritual culture in later times. Now let
    • constrained to say to himself: “Let us guard ourselves against
    • letter written by a man who lived through these events, for it shows
    • can observe in the earth a complete analogy with the parts of an
    • Christianity takes shape. Let us follow the personality of Parsifal,
    • not developed the soul-forces which could completely experience the
    • justified at one time in Astrology — nothing of them! Let us
    • Let us set before us the Virgin Mother with the Christ
    • upon her knees and let us then express it thus: He who can feel the
    • “how”! And let us look into the soul of Parsifal: how,
    • subconscious Christ forces. Let us look how the hermit at Eastertide,
    • stellar script, gives instruction to Parsifal's pure soul. Let
    • Spirit, the Sun-spirit, within it. Let us see how on his way he is
    • Let us see how the permeation of the Earth's
    • stellar script which has to be made new; let us see how all that is
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    • Let us look at yesterday's
    • here, we have to do with the complete human being, with his physical
    • let the spiritual structure of these periods work upon one.
    • Greece. It is completely foolish to believe that Plato thought he
    • have been a complete nonsense, because at that time thoughts were
    • long as they work in secret. As long as they do not emerge and let
    • in one or another way. Let us suppose that a philosopher appears who
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    • this amounts to no more than making an image of — let us say —
    • spiritual Beings who, in complete seclusion, muse upon what is
    • Saturn, the faithful custodian of cosmic memory, said: Let us make
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    • concrete connections. Let us assume, for instance, that a person has
    • to complete in the right way the circle of reciprocal connections
    • died contemporaneously with us (let us take this extreme case), or,
    • let us say, fifteen years sooner. The fact that he has spent a
    • light on these things. Let us ask, above everything, what is violent
    • ask the following question (let me use this expression, which is of
    • and attitude have changed completely. What spiritual science must
    • Let us corroborate this statement with certain concrete
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    • always remain the same between birth and death. Let us look back upon
    • world-of-soul (let us call it the soul world for the present;
    • sympathies and antipathies. Let us be fully clear on this. Such
    • egoism. Let us not fail to realize how many relationships we develop
    • vanity and egoism and the like? Let us not think for a moment that a
    • there is one thing of outstanding importance. Let us not imagine that
    • the occult reasons why, let us say, the people of this year are doing
    • Let us not imagine
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    • psychoanalyse people instead of just letting them talk, then that is
    • spiritual reality something completely different from what ought to
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    • In order to grasp this concretely, let us now say:
    • place in every one of our experiences. Let us take an example.
    • actions — but let us take as an example an evil action.
    • general expression, let me nevertheless use this word; while we
    • for our whole life. Let us, however, grasp the idea that we get
    • tired, in a wider sense than the usual one. Let us place it clearly
    • us, let us say, a dim feeling of our body's inner structure), during
    • wisdom, a complete woof of pure wisdom.
    • Let me mention one more thing, because it completes all
    • completely materialistic people of modern times boast of the great
    • but let me mention it again at the conclusion of this lecture —
    • completely on to the physical plane.
    • penetrate livingly into the spiritual world. Again and again let us
    • in the form of an etheric body has not been used up completely. When
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    • Let us, first of all, turn our thoughts to those who
    • about from birth until death, or let us say from conception until
    • If you go into Museums to-day, you will find skeletons
    • indeed come when what is present there to-day as skeletons, will
    • or, let us say, through conception — gradually becomes
    • Consider, for instance, the following fact: — Let us
    • Let us suppose that someone does the following exercise,
    • of the more purely soul-impression made upon us — let us say by
    • if we so completely penetrate into the life of colour, that
    • Now, let us think for a moment: when one is impelled
    • let us say — a so-called dead person, must first learn how to
    • Let us think, for a moment, about that picture, which we
    • as we find it described in the Bible. Let us think about this picture
    • biting into the apple and giving the apple to Adam. Let us think of
    • in a most peculiar way. They say, for instance: — Let us
    • Materialism gradually estranges us completely from
    • Someone writes about Spiritual Science — let us
    • men's lives through outer chance, such as a bullet, for example
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    • present day. If one were to ask, — let us now say, in order to
    • than man, because they completed their human stage one epoch earlier,
    • complete consciousness to work on his astral body, and by means of
    • possess a completely developed Spirit-self or Manas, but who now work
    • the great Atlantean Catastrophe — which so completely altered
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    • Let us begin with the etheric or life-body of these
    • in other respects are completely different from them, above all, in
    • stage, they cannot, however, as yet do this completely, because they
    • order to make this agreement more especially complete, a harmonious
    • world, also rests upon it; the inner completeness of thought
    • the abnormal one, but from their harmonizing so completely, because
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    • reflections which are necessary for the sake of completeness and of
    • ideals into our sentient-soul from outside, but we must let them pour
    • This is completely different from the epistemology of man; what is
    • make a greater impression upon him. Others he finds to be lethargic,
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    • of Form who let the forces of our earth planet set to work at the
    • Let us suppose a man grows up from his childhood to a
    • Now let us glance at the repetition of the race
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    • Now in order to acquire a complete understanding of the
    • Now let us ask ourselves: How do the still higher
    • Now let us ask: As all spiritual Beings manifest
    • those forces which stream in from outside. Let us take those nearest
    • not yet complete but is still in a state of disharmony and disorder.
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    • arrive at a complete understanding of these very complicated matters
    • You will therefore only be able to form a complete idea
    • completely upset. He it was Who in the Bible, in Genesis, is called
    • Let us now follow on further along the line which we
    • Now let us go up over the wide Mongolian plains. In
    • paper was laid before him on which were many little signs, letters,
    • letters — hop about on the paper and who do not speak the
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    • about the Spirits of the Age, were completely devoted to the impulses
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    • completely different Beings are in Adonis and in Christ, then the
    • states of clairvoyance, had become a matter of complete indifference
    • mythology or sacred teachings we find a complete forgetting of the
    • completely forgotten by the Indians. They saw the whole process over
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    • completely different manner from the European, and especially the
    • Hence the completely different fundamental tone in the
    • influence. Let us again recapitulate briefly: Lucifer brings about in
    • Loki bringing the mistletoe with which blind Hœnir kills Balder, the
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    • Indian, with completely developed soul-forces, with soul-forces
    • is for instance an individual man who performs his daily duties, let
    • completely different side. It will therefore seem quite
    • Let us clairvoyantly observe the old continent of
    • Let us now turn, in the further progress of the Germanic
    • Spirit-Self can specially develop? Let us recollect that the Etheric
    • the Spiritual Soul in our own, which is not yet completed. Then comes
    • realized Christ in His complete form. This can, however, only be done
    • the higher nature will hold the lower nature under complete control.
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    • have been told so and so; let us search the records accessible to us,
    • the religious and mythological documents, let us ascertain what
    • this or that person made it, but it is anthroposophical to let
    • Let us endeavor to understand one another on this
    • which purpose we have all been assembled here. Let us in this sense
    • days, but let us in this sense always be together in spirit. Wherever
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    • Let me put it in this way. It was a very real question for
    • complete manhood, however, cannot come to expression in such a form of
    • feeling and consciousness of freedom, the self-completeness of individuality
    • vast majority live in complete unawareness of the terrible destiny that awaits
    • most significant discovery. The pedants of his day regarded it as dilettantism,
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    • a complete misunderstanding if anyone were to think that I, as has been
    • Anthroposophy be confused, let us say, with alchemy, with the magic of
    • the Middle Ages. But this is all due to a complete misapprehension, a
    • complete misunderstanding of the real aims of this spiritual science or
    • investigator will be most careful not to let the body have any
    • — this, of course, cannot happen, but let us assume that it could
    • complete opposite of the sleep-condition. Whereas during sleep we
    • also before birth, or, let us say, before conception. We learn to know
    • completely normal. The man, if he is a true spiritual investigator,
    • is being pursued, the person's normal condition is completely
    • spirit. It is a complete misunderstanding of spiritual science to think
    • following way. Let us assume that we have to do with natural science.
    • profoundest peace, and in complete harmony within the circle of the
    • real spiritual beings, we arrive at being able completely to understand
    • firmament, on one side birth, or let us say conception, on the other
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    • these thoughts and at the Midsummer season lets his thoughts flow
    • to participate in the life of the cosmos. As the cosmos lets Winter
    • alternate with Summer, so did they let the time of wisdom alternate
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    • remains their leader far beyond his own lifetime. So completely does
    • completely penetrated with force of will that he can put upon him
    • Now let us turn from Moses
    • to the statue of David; and let us look at him in relation to what we
    • Prophets and the Sibyls, and if we let all this produce its effect
    • Let us keep in mind what he
    • extent that months after the work was completed, he could read or
    • Let us now pass to the
    • work. How does he handle it? Let us take note of the Sibyls, and
    • after completing his task here he would be able to continue work on
    • Chapel. One he did complete, the Last Judgment. But what we can see
    • completed and died even before the drum was finished. But we possess
    • if only they are willing. So let us look, once more at Michelangelo and
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    • Let us think, to begin with, entirely from the external
    • many would far rather let things be conjured before them in all kinds
    • lethargy, to linger in vague obscurities, is not the right way; the
    • withdraw completely from modern life — even so there are many
    • subtleties of speech, and not to give way to the arbitrariness of
    • detect how completely the ring of events even in the Middle Ages
    • connected with it. Try to let this factor of the intimate experience
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    • At this point, before we proceed any further, let me repeat something
    • And now let us think of peoples inhabiting another part of the earth.
    • they are seeking to do now is to let their earlier experiences of the
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    • the course of a single incarnation. Let us now speak of facts which
    • prove the truth of theosophical teachings. Let us observe a certain
    • period in a person's life and let us suppose that this person
    • freedom and health. If we can immerse ourselves completely in them,
    • Let us observe life in both cases. What is the effect of criticism
    • Let us compare this with the effects produced in one incarnation,
    • This is a very significant fact in life. Let us now recapitulate the
    • which will already have exercised its influence. Let us for instance
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    • Let me indicate some of these facts today. You should realize that
    • beginnings. Read Goethe's small pamphlet, written in 1790,
    • Ego has also permeated the human will. Let us not fall a prey to any
    • the feuilletons of some cheap writer, for today they do not
    • Let us now pass over to something else. Let us try to develop a
    • schools (the “gymnasiums” of the Continent). Let us
    • therefore develop our intellectual powers more originally; let us
    • Graeco-Latin schooling, let us women also creep into it. Let us also
    • thought — which is again something obsolete and antiquated.
    • sphere. Some things will therefore have to be modified. Let me say in
    • This should particularly be the case with teachers (let me emphasize
    • During my life I received innumerable letters from church people
    • souls. Let me recommend one thing to you, although I repeated it
    • with these things. Let us consider ourselves as that small group of
    • very things which it needs most of all. Let the people mock at us,
    • let them say that it is conceit to think this; it is nevertheless
    • for an inner courage which we must have. Let this courage fill our
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    • To begin with, let
    • our physical-sensory perception undergoes a change. Let us first
    • earth; its development is not complete and it is altogether a
    • Let us now
    • completely silenced, something of what will happen — not
    • Let me give you an
    • than a shot was fired, aimed in such a way that the bullet would
    • got up, the bullet would have gone through his head. In the
    • too distant future. Let us now close with the words:
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    • fulfilled to the letter. But what must be regarded as imminent is a
    • into complete decadence. We saw, too, that the impossibility of
    • view has been completely lost by science; man is left out.
    • the dominant impulse of recent centuries, completely hollows man out,
    • only utters phrases which have completely lost their content.
    • now let us look at the way the evolution of the world is going
    • man. Let us now consider the spiritual-scientific counterpart of what
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    • Let us look a little more closely at a distinctive
    • Let me take a simple, practical example. When we satisfy
    • criterion holds good for the material world; there we can rightly let
    • completely impersonal relation to knowledge.
    • Let me illustrate my point by comparison once again with
    • little the complete man who knows what true selflessness —
    • immediate reality. Let us examine a little how this comes about.
    • discover the man we were! For he is a complete stranger to us now.
    • the truths of the spiritual world — let me say —
    • later on has occasion to come back to it. If one is, let us say, as
    • Let a man follow the exercises — in meditation, concentration,
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    • Human life was completely different in the preceding
    • time. People, then, did not pass each other by with the complete
    • to free what is karmically imprisoned within us, and to let it rise
    • period this must all completely change. It is a question of
    • experiences completely freed from dogma to another, in such a way
    • complete and luminous acceptance of the birth of the consciousness
    • How completely the animal is guided by instincts which lead it in a
    • earth-life that Christ should have entered it. But now let us
    • let us transfer ourselves to the standpoint of the Angels.
    • today? Good intentions are to be found everywhere, so let us for the
    • consciousness soul should be developed. What stands out is a complete
    • impulse in modern humanity may find its right outlet. And among
    • of all life.” Let us hope that as this man shows so much
    • speak to you today. Let us hope that we may meet again here at a not
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    • In order to understand what is achieved by this let us look at what happens
    • something from the external world into himself which he then let flow with
    • free from the breath we let it stream, as it were, into the rhythm of the
    • towards separating thinking from the breath and letting it dive down into
    • schematically. Let this be the yogi (first drawing, white lines). He
    • Let this be the modern man who has attained super-sensible knowledge (second
    • the fact that when man is completely bound up with his organism, as of
    • overcome is one's own lethargy; then comes the other resistance, which
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    • life of Christ Jesus was completely filled with the presence and Being
    • with such ideas. But it is a fact that a person who is completely given up
    • so hard to bring to mankind. Let us try in the language of the present
    • outlook of men in those days. Not that a complete change took place in a
    • completely new was now to enter into the evolution of mankind. As long as
    • Let me beg you to
    • get clarity into their thoughts, prefer not to let themselves be troubled
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    • social-economic principles. There are many books and pamphlets on
    • let our wives decide.”
    • makes no difference, then let Frau Prof. Schleiden put out her barrel
    • emancipation in the Cosmos is almost complete for human life; for
    • silicon do? In a hypothetical form, let us ask ourselves this
    • question. Let us assume that we only had half as much silicon in our
    • let us now look at the plants themselves. Two things we must observe
    • may well seem a matter of complete indifference to the formative
    • complete about water itself. Water contains far, far more than what
    • Let us therefore assume that there have just been rainy days and that
    • round, in thirty years. Let us draw it thus
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    • have to consider the matter from various standpoints. Let us to-day
    • choose this one: let us consider, to begin with, the soil of the
    • conditions, let us take our start from the seed-forming process. The
    • Or let us take
    • beneath as a kind of head-existence — is not complete unless we
    • look at the skeleton of any mammal, and go there with the
    • Look at the skeleton-formation of the hinder parts; observe its
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    • skeleton. So does the animal, at any rate the higher animal. Thus, in
    • Earth within him. For in the limestone form of the skeleton he has
    • Spiritual moves through the World. Let me now make a drawing (purely
    • complete human being. This “nitrogen-man” actually
    • Now let us look how
    • skeleton with its limestone — nature, but also in the
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    • It is completely
    • the annual? Let us compare such a tree with a little mound of earth
    • Let us
    • make a hollow in it, like a crater. And let this (in the second drawing)
    • districts, we cannot reckon upon Nature herself letting fall into the
    • of its skin it must let out as little as possible of that which engenders
    • let decay, to that which comes from fallen leaves or the like, nay,
    • of it, is as a rule one-sided and superficial. Let us then try to answer
    • the currents to pass outward are completely closed. For this reason
    • Meanwhile, let us proceed).
    • of letting it “hibernate,” you let the horn spend the summer
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    • which rest on completely false premises — which are a mere outcome
    • the earth; we let it become permanently impoverished. We must then provide
    • things, but let me say at the outset: if they should be difficult to
    • let them dry, only for a short time. Indeed, you need not let them dry
    • upon the snow, for you will thus contrive to let the cosmic astral influences
    • still more, take any stinging nettles you can get, let them fade a little,
    • will not be digging out mere soil. There let it spend the winter and
    • so as to let as much rain-water as possible flow into the place. (We
    • the continued presence of some vegetable slime. Let the bony vessel
    • Gather the little yellow heads of the dandelion and let them fade a
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    • Let me
    • by using the Moon, let us say, in sowing — i.e. for the
    • of weeds if we let the kind Moon work down upon them — if we do
    • upon the weeds. That is to say, we must only let work upon them the
    • thus treated by letting their seeds pass through the fire and turn to
    • first put it to the test. Let us suppose you make the experiment. You
    • come to the animal pests. Let me choose one example — a characteristic
    • of the rootlet and in the limpness of the leaves in the morning. That
    • might also let it decay; possibly this would be even more thorough,
    • have the Moon. The Moon, letting its radiations pour into the Earth,
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    • with intelligence, let us say, the many coloured world of insects, hovering
    • apply some of the ideal we have already let work upon us; we shall thus
    • Let us
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    • a whole. Let us then enquire: what is the inner significance, for Nature,
    • strives to let go the ether; while that which grows upward tends to
    • without the other. Hence the farmer should also be careful to let the
    • are most important for a true insight: therefore let us place them before
    • till you get down to the skeleton, in the forms of which you may well
    • Now let
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    • Let us
    • concerned with the feeding problem, let us begin with the animal.
    • of earthly matter. (So it is in man, too, but let us confine ourselves
    • for the Ego. The animal has not yet the Ego. Let us hold fast to this
    • of the plant. Let us draw the plant in its entirety (Diagram 19). Down
    • cycle, which ought to be maintained, complete in itself. Needless to
    • the plant — that is, to the organism of the fodder. Let us first
    • Let us
    • Let us
    • another case. Let us look more towards the flowering nature and the
    • be more effective if you let it steam a little — spread it out
    • Now let
    • at once be forbidden to eat tomatoes. Now let us ask ourselves: What
    • if you let the tomato grow on its own dung, so to speak, it will develop
    • the deepest inner value. But you will bear in mind two things. Let us
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    • beings in the world are letters of the alphabet, and MAN is
    • the word in which all these letters are to be found. He is
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    • spread out in the universe. Let us therefore imagine this
    • yourself — in order to remain completely within
    • let us now envisage the boundary
    • between the outer and inner life. Let us indicate this
    • like a fruit that has ripened. Let us follow the
    • ourselves into the external world. We are completely within
    • nourishment and our not allowing it to become completely
    • for the schematic table. Let us say, to begin with, that
    • here we have the earth. Let us suppose that we have the
    • formed from within. Let us leave this aside for the moment,
    • constellations change. But let us take, on a large scale,
    • He is able to live as a farmer, by — well, let us
    • Let
    • that man was a completely etheric being and that he had not
    • certain sense a complete human being, except that the other
    • a complete human being; the other members attached to it,
    • are rudimentary. The thorax, too, is a complete human
    • are rudimentary. Also the limbs form a complete human
    • complete whole.
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    • representative of the Templar ideal. Now let us inquire: Do we see any
    • able to complete it; and we may see in that very fact an indication of how
    • existence; he let them flow into his
    • their offspring, who might be completely deprived of all independence, of all
    • let me say, I am not criticizing the fact, I am not passing judgment on it.
    • the evolution of mankind. Let us look back for a moment to an event of the
    • the Word we have something that lets spirit resound through the person
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    • that we completely surrender to such concepts, our thinking power
    • complete willpower. A person who wishes to become a spiritual
    • stage of dilettantism, must in the first place observe a rule which
    • completely. Though we have no sensory perceptions, we are inwardly
    • completely claims the attention of our soul, in the same way in which
    • is completely permeated by a clear, conscious will.
    • organism. Let me now give you an example, an elementary but
    • in fact the whole life of the soul, undergoes a complete change.
    • rise up to the next stage of super-sensible knowledge. Let me use an
    • Let us bear in mind the fact that Goethe tried to interpret the
    • organism (we will restrict ourselves to the skeleton). We must not
    • only envisage a transformation, but something very different. Let us
    • the skull with the inner surface of a hollow bone, let us say of the
    • it is even necessary to acquire a completely new way of thinking.
    • completely new world. We then really are in the higher worlds and the
    • this is incompletely described if it is merely described as a path of
    • Let me now speak to you only of two kinds. The first is what we call
    • quite special. Let me explain this by a comparison.
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    • examples let us consider just this one. A very significant natural
    • condition, despite complete knowledge of his organ impairment, to
    • to let the phenomena take their course; we cannot tell the lightning
    • from an unsound force of judgment, from an incomplete factual
    • lie who lets himself indulge only the least bit in inaccuracy will
    • opening in the earth, however, and let the sunlight shine in,
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    • doing so in a completely systematic way based on the experiences of
    • of conceptions that completely contradict the usual views. We
    • inequality of man, for complete freedom of the spirit will come
    • Millet on fire,
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    • Now let us, to begin with, consider what people call
    • consciousness. Let us now turn from the mineral Earth, and
    • our complete consciousness, without taking our sleeping consciousness
    • us, so, in like manner does the Earth think. Let us inquire to-day:
    • Now let us again consider the other consciousness,
    • consciousness of the earth. Let this be to you a sign that the Earth
    • Science, let us accept a true Christmas attitude of reverence. Let us
    • the great cosmic mysteries. Let our endeavour be, so to attune our
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    • at the beginning of a New Year, it may perhaps be important to let a
    • form. Let us take a philosophical idea and watch how it has
    • Let us take another example. During the past year I
    • ‘so are they all honourable men’ — but just let us
    • or twenty-three chance letters of our alphabet which must be grouped
    • Goethe, through the chance grouping of letters on paper?
    • letters, A.B.C. and so on, — we could learn nothing of his
    • twenty-three chance letters grouped in various ways! ‘Away with
    • see nothing before me but letters!’ Clever, in the same way, is
    • Und wie wir's dann zuletzt so herrlich weit gebracht.’
    • themselves the worst dilettantists in regard to all questions of
    • themselves the worst of dilettantists in the question of
    • it is founded on the very worst kind of dilettantism of great
    • sciences. Great men, but dilettante thinkers as regards questions of
    • ‘I am letting this man make a coat, because he is a
  • Title: Lecture: The Peoples of the Earth in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • the instinctive subtlety of Vedanta and Yoga philosophy or go deeply
    • human soul and the Divine. If man's nature is to be complete, he must
    • would understand what he is in his whole being, let him study the
    • characteristics of the different peoples of the Earth. Let him
    • for only then will he become fully man. Full and complete manhood is
    • feel the need at least to become complete man — are aware of a
    • complete humanity over the Earth. An abstraction is set up and is
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    • so we will let one who lived a brief life at the end of the
    • We shall find no poem on the Christmas Tree among, let us
    • reality and letting yourselves be inspired by the spiritual
    • Let us picture a Greek
    • And now let us see
    • Let us now make two
    • could have proclaimed. When the earlier Initiates — let
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    • governing and proletarian classes became wider and wider. The social
    • attitude to the problems it presented. One let oneself be stirred a
    • childhood — scarlet-fever or measles — afflicting the
    • made upon us by our present age. Let us consider in all earnestness
    • to-day! Much is changing in the present time. Let me point to
    • realise that we must let our life be penetrated by the light of
    • necessary for man's future evolution that he should let the spirit
    • civilization that strives to become completely materialistic, though
    • account cannot completely drown in materialism. We look to the East
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • complete lack of bias, the conception of the moral, ethical life that
    • Let us consider what the soul
    • way as in our sense-perceptible world, if we only let the whole man
    • sense-perceptions. One reaches to full, complete reality when to a
    • is in accordance with its being first lets itself be known when true
    • system in man. We recognise that here a complete annulment of matter
    • possible to do so in his time, in his Letters concerning the
  • Title: Lecture: Buddha and Christ: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • 28:15 And thou shalt make the breastplate of judgment with cunning work; after the work of the ephod thou shalt make it; of gold, of blue, and of purple, and of scarlet, and of fine twined linen, shalt thou make it. \
    • 14:36 And Saul said, Let us go down after the Philistines by night, and spoil them until the morning light, and let us not leave a man of them. And they said, Do whatsoever seemeth good unto thee. Then said the priest, Let us draw near hither unto God. \
    • Let us think once again of the
    • physical plane we have acquired the power to behold Him. Let us
    • a different kind of development in the course of which a complete
    • dilettantism to assert that this Being would be
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    • more, however, can be attained. Let us assume that it became a kind
    • painting the letters.’
    • the improvement of memory. It may already have been mentioned; let me
    • letters.
    • action in themselves. Let us assume that such a person, who is fond
    • consciousness before a choice of alternatives, you let something that
    • to day how he acts and speaks, and let this form a basis for our
    • judgment, rather than what he has done to us. It is important to let
  • Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
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    • Anthroposophy such a very questionable foundation is a complete
    • dimension of space is never really experienced by us completely. We first
    • spatial relations, we believe we are determining something completely
    • could create from out of ourselves, let us say, the world of colour,
    • that, by penetrating the mathematical domain completely, we are led to
    • Let us focus
    • that is dilettantish and amateurish. It builds further on genuine
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    • It is not yet completed, but lectures can already be held in it
    • let the architectural, plastic, pictorial frame for the
    • sphere to which one might look up as at, let us say, the blue vault
    • let its beauty work on us — if we intend to intensify its
    • the human figure in wood, let us say, one will know when at work on
    • if he does not want to talk as a dilettante — to explain the
    • makes to-day the dilettantish mistake; it looks at the human
    • must simply let the plant be as it is — or contemplate it with
    • a human being. One needs only to understand that if an animal is, let
    • body” — we can let ordinary scientific study be
    • freedom — he would never have been able to attain to complete
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    • let action and social life spring from it, the main thing was joy
    • — joy which could be enhanced to the point of a complete giving
    • “Turn your gaze outwards towards the world and endeavour to let
    • manner on the physical body. Thereupon a complete
    • completely destroyed. This is why modern philosophy and science speak
    • matter is completely dissolved into nothingness. The very being of
    • Let us picture
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    • memory-mirror. So that when we let our gaze penetrate deep down below
    • in the last resort, with a man who has completely absorbed the modern
    • sinking world, and it will drag man down with it if he is completely
    • the red at one end to the violet at the other, with all the shades
    • into chaos, so that the spirit may be able to create anew. Let us
    • it to completion. Matter confronts us in the external world in a
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    • argument: — Let us take Nominalism and then Realism, such as we
    • things contain something very important. Let us take the Realists who
    • let us say, of a Thomas Aquinas, has not found a continuation in the more
    • civilization — signifies that humanity has become completely
    • really educate him to be a complete human being. A child will grow into
    • complete human beings. The Father sent the Son to the earth in order
    • happiness and unhappiness. These things were pushed completely in the
    • asked above all — ”Who was his Father? Let us find out
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    • fifth epoch of culture, let us first bring before our souls the way
    • Let us take a historical
    • man before he was able to grasp it; let us try to understand how it
    • of Orleans. This fact gave Europe a completely new form.
    • of the future. How does it affect us when a poet lets, one of his
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    • civilisation, and other standpoints would be valid — let us say
    • which he is unable to bridge completely. For this reason, Kant has
    • human life is born for him out of two roots which are completely
    • modern astrology, which does not go beyond the stage of dilettantism,
    • complete whole if the laws discovered in it are at the same time
    • the middle of the 15th century, an impulse which completely severed
    • things are possible. Let us keep to this, to begin with. We remain by
    • results. Let us keep to what we have said in regard to the knowledge
    • of Nature; let us now observe the human striving after knowledge from
    • Let us take hypothetically
    • something which may seem rather paradoxical. Let us suppose that
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    • let our civilisation go to pieces, and ourselves along with
    • Let this altruism be once taken over by the other groups of
    • Europe? For years and years the proletariat of the whole
    • temperaments must be fused together for a complete
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    • No one who lets the
    • By way of introduction, let me bring home to you with an
    • The disciple passes through a complete cycle and returns
    • philosophy, a famous man, let us assume — and were to
    • let the symbol of the Cross of Christ be carried before his
    • value — not as anything complete, but as a new
    • of this Building, something increasingly complete and
  • Title: Lecture: The Shaping of the Human Form out of Cosmic and Earthly Forces
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    • Let us imagine
    • Now let us
    • incomplete, and after birth all that works in out of the
    • influence of the Earth, cannot come to completion; he can do
    • able to bring it to completion, so that the limb-system has
    • future. This cannot be completed; he has to die and become
    • Then let him have religion!
    • Let him have the religion that comes from without; but anyone
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    • dawn of what was called the Yuletide Festival. This mood was
    • that astral body is completely cleansed and purified. It was
    • imitated this transition from a state of complete inner
    • peoples over wide areas were completely given up to such a
    • experiences connected with the old Yuletide Festival. It was
    • regions where, when Yuletide was approaching, people of an
    • Yuletide Festival to the medieval Christmas Plays, we
    • repeated. To make the gist of the matter clear, let me just
    • lily-ofthe-valley and for the violet particular seasons
    • it really gives one pain to see a violet flowering at a time
    • mentioned in connection with the Yuletide Festival. Do not
    • let us think of anything theoretical but let us picture this
    • year and their complete forgetfulness of self, induced a mood
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    • from what it is to-day. Let me briefly recapitulate.
    • full of suffering!” Let us try to enter into the soul of
    • He sought illumination, as we know, in complete isolation. He
    • relationship to the world was completely changed. If the conditions
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    • Let me here give just one
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    • Thinking: — let us now consider, of these three, the middle
    • Let us take our start from
    • Let us consider for a
    • Let us now consider sound
    • rings forth. But behind it there follows, let us say, another planet:
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    • more to use the instruments afforded by his physical body. Let me
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    • forces of Nature, he would be looked upon as a complete fool! But if
    • way. They may say: “Oh, this is ahrimanic! Let us avoid
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    • completely. In other words, can the reasons for such a disappearance
    • be completely external? You will recall the analogy I used: I said
    • complete disappearance, it would in fact be necessary to eradicate,
    • bring about such a complete loss of a treasure of wisdom.
    • Now, let us first
    • of completely new and fresh elements, and his efforts went toward
    • capable of understanding it completely. And to this extent we may
    • completely, but to understand it correctly, we must nevertheless
    • beings themselves were now completely lost. During that entire
    • completely changed form, within the soul, a Christ far removed from
    • Now let's
    • universe. Let us engrave this in our hearts and souls at this
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    • Let us pass from the Will to the world of Feeling. To begin with, we
    • understood without subtlety of thought.
    • be what it is. Even when our body is pricked, let us say, on the
    • quality that Judas, let us say, is not indifferent to him. He
    • dimension of space. Letting the third dimension vanish, it loses the
    • Will. Letting the second dimension vanish, it loses the Feeling. And
    • the Thinking is only lost when we let the first dimension vanish.
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    • forms, which as yet had no skeleton and were the first predecessors
    • skeleton-like structures. And as we approach the younger layers we see
    • rock-material is something on which, as on the bone-skeleton of
    • then find creatures without any vertebrate skeleton, and so,
    • them and lets them fall to earth. What is below absorbs these
    • we approach the Spiritual and we let spiritual science tell us that
    • is a man who said: Let us for once set aside all the prejudices of the
    • geologists of the nineteenth century; do not let us speculate, but let us
    • of the span of human life lets us be of good cheer. Not only are
    • Spiritual science lets the spiritual facts speak for themselves and
    • disintegration, or destruction, has let the ground under our feet
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    • mutual relationship and interplay between them. Let us suppose
    • that we maintain a completely passive attitude towards life, so
    • completely sundered from one another, that have no separate
    • a completely different origin from our life of will.
    • forces which live absolutely and complete in the physical covering
    • the chemists in such a way that, let us say, Sergeant C. stands here,
    • present must inevitably be a product of the past. Let us
    • closely related to life than logical thinking. Let us take an extreme
    • lasted, let us say, for half-an-hour or so, and ask yourselves
    • Let us
    • repletion, satiety, not hunger, at the back of the thinking.
    • man completely fills himself out; he fills out the holes which have
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    • wieder hingewiesen werden muß, das ist, daß in den letzten
    • die Nebulosität herein verfallen. Sie hätten zuletzt
    • Zeit. Und in den letzten vier, fünf Jahrhunderten haben sich die
    • Trinität hineinführt, denn alles Duale führt zuletzt
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    • sense, and how completely different it is to enter such a room when
    • he had been Jesus of Nazareth. This is however, a complete confusion
    • could only appear once in a fleshly body!’ Let us say that the
    • was only usurped, when a complete contradiction is found in her own
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    • concerning him he would have written completely unjustifiable things.
    • which we must see how a splendid intellect is completely at a
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    • the following way as a soul-experience. Let us imagine that a man
    • science and trivial thought. Let us be clear; ordinary science and
    • must be completely free of all self-seeking and must wait what comes
    • us, an active inspiring with grace; a bestowing, a giving. Let us
    • himself. Let our conception of this being show us that in order to
    • vision of the sacrifice made by the Thrones to the Cherubim; let us
    • suppose that he was present when the sacrifice was being offered. Let
    • idea of this virtue of giving. Let us bring home to our mind the
    • Let us hold firmly in
    • conceived by thinking of a globe complete in itself and radiating
    • as follows: Let us imagine the Spirits of Wisdom as sitting at the
    • air ascending from the sacrifice as incense. We obtain a complete
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    • spirit. Let us then acquire the concept of the creative
    • development. At this juncture let us once again call to mind the
    • ancient Sun evolution. But let us first give our attention to
    • must therefore complete the picture we called up before our minds in
    • light. Let us try to form a picture of this in our minds. We must
    • space extending as far as the Archangels. Let us further picture in
    • easily be made, (and I want you to let these thoughts work profoundly
    • While trying to penetrate the whole meaning of the picture, let us
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    • occasion (as some here present are aware) a letter was addressed to a
    • a spiritualistic circle was, that the letter was delivered to the
    • clear to ourselves something of this hidden life of the Soul, let us
    • theirs if they had been allowed to complete their sacrifice. For if
    • Let us picture a
    • one particular form of change. In this connection let us imagine a
    • completely surrender itself — the egotism within it prevents
    • intuition than thoughts can grasp or words describe. Come, let us do
    • a letter written by Heinrich Von Kleist, in 1806.)
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    • that we call Maya or the great illusion, there is the Spiritual. Let
    • recognises a relationship. Let us try to create a connecting link
    • clear to us. Now let us take this conception of the relation of
    • we cut them. The finger-nail is nothing which s complete being has
    • already formed. But once more let it be said that if we wish to
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    • when one lets the mind dwell on an old book or a work of art
    • take shape is something completely different from what is
    • let them talk. They are the people who love maya and
    • do not distinguish between truth and deception. Let them make
    • people are prepared to let the dawn of such a science arise,
    • make it true. The most completely and utterly wrong idea
    • Let us assume
    • earth and never had the opportunity to let spiritual impulses
    • such grave truths in their souls and also let these truths
    • right. But let this justifiable pessimism become a challenge
    • completely unconscious and which are not the right forces
    • Let us
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    • Let us stay
    • elements — let us call them the astral physical body
    • provided for if human beings gradually let the moral element
    • conclusions. Instead, those who come later must let this give
    • positions. People are usually completely different inside
    • we must not let ourselves be put off by this but rather let
    • present-day leader? Well, let us say we have someone who is
    • gives colour and nuance to this in most people. But let us
    • the future and who would have become completely adapted to
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    • end to imperfection and let perfection take its place.
    • this world: to let impulses enter into their souls which are
    • people merely get to know them, let alone gain direct
    • knowledge about the physical world has a certain effect — let
    • tend to take an attitude which is completely determined by
    • would let the words flow through him, as it were, because
    • interest — let us say he wants to belong to a society
    • to understand that I cannot let the movement which I have to
    • by people who let their imaginations run riot, and so there
    • So let me
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    • a name, let us call them the 'elemental spirits of birth and
    • important to let this disturbing truth enter into our souls
    • them into giants, or letting the physical organism develop in
    • would be complete nonsense, of course. It is not a matter of
    • There are many such impulses. Let me give you just one
    • learn to think in terms of reality. Let us look at the aspect
    • then let go, it will go to this point to find its
    • devil, just as once in Paradise it was Eve who let in the
    • Let us
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    • complete harmony with physical development — I have
    • in us which can no longer give itself completely to the body,
    • earth. Let one try and put as clearly as I can what this is
    • longer in complete agreement, and they will agree less and
    • people putting their heads together, in a meeting, let us say
    • completely empty.
    • philosophies of life will be in complete opposition. One
    • forces which live in engines and in chemistry and let planets
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    • transformed by earth; let us call it ‘a’. But
    • the human being — let us call it ‘b’ and to
    • begin with let us simply consider it to be this elemental,
    • what to do with it. Let me give you just one example: Cimon,
    • understand that they will find it completely different, so
    • Let us assume
    • miracle, but let us assume such a miracle were to happen
    • however, require a complete change of direction from what is
    • Let me
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    • know with complete certainty if something we see weighs a
    • and in this way lets us rise above it and be conscious.
    • views which have to be taken in future. Why is this so? Let
    • completely clear in your minds that this old superstition is
    • completely inept teachers may on occasion have a tremendous
    • merely take what I am saying as an abstract truth but let it
    • Let me give you an example taken from everyday life. Imagine
    • Now let us
    • abominable if someone lets his opposition to someone induce
    • him to take an active part in disciplining such a person. Let
    • let ourselves be ruled by concepts. In the sphere of
    • face we like and find sympathetic. But it is wrong to let our
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    • Let me tell
    • it, and let us have paradise on earth. You will remember, I
    • completely new spirit. It will involve many sacrifices. But
    • And we must have the courage to make a complete break with
    • Let me give
    • we are going to show the true nature of the completely
    • easily develop a complete little science based on the
    • nevertheless build a whole system on a completely
    • whereas reality comes to quite different conclusions; it lets
    • develop new ideas, which also have not existed before. Let me
    • completely unexpected. With those who had an idea of its
    • I am not being ironical, I am completely serious about this
    • and antipathies are aroused, people will not even let the
    • Let us
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    • It is necessary to let certain fundamental
    • let go of it will still sneak down to that earth and find
    • earth's corpse. Today's bacilli are merely the prophets, let
    • happened earlier in the spiritual world. Let us assume this
    • I have just said could then be characterized as follows: Let
    • is brought to completion after a time interval which
    • be watchful, to take note of what is happening and not let
    • about Soloviev — you know the story. So he let someone
    • completely, for his views were based on the time when they
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    • letting the chick emerge from the egg. So far so good; but if
    • capable. Let us take the following example. Suppose a handful
    • are completely unaware of what is going on in groups, some of
    • made to render it complete. However, this second statement
    • past. Let me tell you a most important
    • are to have the complete reality. How can it be that people
    • milk! Those are completely untenable ideas, as is the whole
    • absolute, complete in itself, might as well talk of a plant
    • would also deprive us of the possibility of letting it enter
    • Let
    • Let
    • feelings of which we have spoken today and let them see what
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    • confusion than completely wrong ideas. They assume simple
    • linear evolution from incomplete life-forms all the way to
    • training will have to change completely in many respects in
    • Let us
    • Earth. The Moon moves around it; let us say this is the orbit
    • existence in connection with the Earth. For the moment, let
    • are a living reality. Let us assume a creature walking this
    • these pass through easily. Let us assume another creature is
    • completely abandoned, and no one even ventures to consider
    • the rose to the violet, of shrubs to the weeds which grow
    • postAtlantean age, for example. To let those living human
    • It alone will be able to let new life arise from the dying
    • opposites, and let one prove fruitful for the other.
    • which streams in from the spiritual world and lets the Spirit
    • about completely opposite things Thus he rejects the
    • complete opposition, for anthroposophy does not exist for
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    • rise to counter-aims of, let us call them ‘good
    • nineteenth century the situation has been completely
    • out of sheer inertia they are letting the spirits of darkness
    • people should continue to learn their letters throughout the
    • learn their letters. It would be equally unintelligent for
    • including the earth (see diagram, violet); human beings
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    • there has never been such an upsurge in subtlety of
    • individual instances. Let me give you an example which may
    • beings and into human brains and let illusions stream through
    • Goethe lets the much admired advances on which civilizations
    • college who is let loose not just on a class of school
    • Oswald Marbach, whose poem I gave you last year to let you
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    • but let me add today that spiritual guidance of earthly
    • beyond the sixth period of civilization but, instead, let the
    • keep this an intimate affair, letting it proceed without much
    • not matter about getting things right, let alone complete;
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    • And to begin with today, let me point to the fact that this
    • spiritual powers, to the Yahweh or Jehovah powers, let us say,
    • connection with the old moral fall of man is completely forgotten.
    • natural-scientific view takes half, not the whole; it lets revelation
    • stay where it is, but then places itself completely upon a standpoint
    • human being was not yet completely excluded from knowledge.
    • the human being gradually dropped completely out of our understanding
    • written in the 1880's. I tried to turn the matter in a completely
    • Christ completely, said of Christ that he came to earth, that he
    • civilization replies: “Let it crack! It's old enough to have
    • knowledge is truly present, it makes one humble in a completely
    • today, when in some social movement, let's say, or in the woman's
    • simply suppresses those facts that lead onto the right path. Let us
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    • åndelige verden. De krefter som derved har utviklet seg,
    • forestillinger som fra da av er besjelet av Kristusimpulsen,
    • forvandlet seg fra et stumt til et talende vesen.
    • ville ha utviklet hele sin kultur her på jorden, alle sine
    • utviklet seg slik at det bare på sibylle- eller
    • komplisert som mulig ha utviklet seg til rene
    • stråler fallt på dem, - ved dette syn utviklet der
    • tanke-tenkningen stadig utviklet seg videre: nu står vi
    • den i fremtiden vil komme i uorden hvis den ikke blev besjelet
    • vi som barn ubevisst har utviklet oss, eller vi ser innad og
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    • conceived, is not complete in itself and independent, because this
    • are, let us say, fish, lower mammals, higher mammals, man. To-day,
    • beings have fallen completely into sin, as far as their thoughts
    • let us say as far back as Augustine, we shall achieve nothing. Nothing
    • and compare it with the remainder of the skeleton (skull-bones compared
    • the vertebrae of the present skeleton of a human being can never
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    • of the Soul is contained in volume No. 40 of the Complete Centenary
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    • violet hiding in the quiet woods or elsewhere — especially in
    • affect him like suggestion, with a tremendous power; they do not let
    • complete human organism. It is impossible, therefore, to speak about
    • we would be led completely astray, because we can explain this only
    • consider only as belonging to a complete human organism. The plant
    • hardening, turning to wood, turning to stone. Just as our skeleton
    • earth's rock formations as the great skeleton of the earth
    • activity, drawing itself together into itself. Now let us compare
    • completely sup ports what I have just said about the spirit and its
    • But now let us turn to
    • primeval forest, before the quiet violet or lily of the valley, and
    • plant is mistletoe, which plays such a remarkable role in legends and
    • in other plants. Natural science shows us that mistletoe does not
    • completely different eyes — the way in which he saw in this how
    • earth spirit that Goethe already had in view when he let his Faust
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    • aspect of mathematical and mechanical knowledge, not letting
    • respect, has undergone a complete inversion. In the old time,
    • He who lets
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    • think of this: The movable Easter is completely in accord
    • impulses that lead in the other direction were there. Let us
    • than this: that when we do so, we are not letting the
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    • undergone by the spread of Christianity; let us not, however,
    • the same, namely the laying-waste of an ancient culture. Let
  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • pertaining to us, complete loneliness fills our soul, that we
    • We grow aware, on the one hand, of a complete feeling of
    • for death is nothing but the complete elimination of man's
    • the etheric body may dissolve completely in the universal ether,
    • requiring completion and modification. We follow the development
    • that his description of the physical world is completely in the
    • feel deeply hurt at their amateurish, dilettantish behaviour.
    • Let us approach
    • the human head with this idea and let us study it carefully.
    • say (let us now take a later epoch of the earth): In the further
    • Let us consider only the following fact: If we entirely stand
    • much interest in it) let me express the following fact:
  • Title: Lecture: The Supersensible in the Human Being and in the Universe
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    • looks upon a world that is completely permeated with the laws of
    • completely sheltered within a moral order of the universe, not
    • felt completely sheltered in a divine spiritual world that
    • completely eliminated Nature for him, this human being could
    • training of the will. Let me only give you a few indications.
    • saying to myself: I have this or that habit; let me change it; in
    • must be completely transparent, if it is to be used for sight. It
    • stand — let me indicate this briefly in conclusion —
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    • and as an introduction let me mention a few striking conceptions
    • spirit. As I do not wish to speak in abstract terms, let me
    • scientific character of Anthroposophy and its foundations, let me
    • Let me now begin
    • might ALSO be viewed! Let us suppose that the man who pricked his
    • simply knew unconsciously (let me use this paradoxical
    • Let us now turn to
    • Here, we simply have to do with something enacted completely upon
    • this), but from completely normal conditions of human life, which
    • Anthroposophy frequently appear like a letter which someone is
    • as if a person were to analyze the ink used in writing a letter,
    • instead of reading that letter!
    • completely normal human experiences, to have a good knowledge of
    • But let me mention only one of these theories, the most
    • the day — let us say, a fat gentleman living on private
    • completely normal questions of life cannot be approached with the
    • feelers of the soul. We then live completely within our own
    • as if of its own accord. Let us honestly admit that during our
    • outside. We go out of the body, yet we remain completely
    • insight into completely normal processes, such as sleeping and
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    • earthly existence of mankind, Jupiter completed his planetary
    • Let us not think
    • Let us grasp that
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    • consciousness, we are completely awake only in this life of
    • completely, so that the human being sleeps, as it were, quite
    • let us say — a normal sense of smell. With a normal
    • corresponds to the right application of — let us say
  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • not find it in the world of reality which completely withdrew to
    • between death and a new birth he feels a complete lack of freedom
    • i.e., if we submit completely to the semblance in life, we may
    • appears to have no meaning. Let us realize this.
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    • arisen through the fact that man lost life completely in the
    • took place from the time of ancient Greece until now. Let me
    • the universe — let me describe it to you quite objectively.
    • a person who had passed through a Greek training — let us
    • had completely identified itself with man. The ancient Greek no
    • world conception had completely set, an entirely new soul mood
    • and the divine essence. This may be thought of as follows: Let us
    • encompassing existence. Nietzsche, who lived so completely in the
    • pervade our ideas — let me say it quite dryly — in an
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    • Contained in Volume No. 157a and 165 of the Complete
    • task of the age; and let us say:
    • Let us
    • Let us
    • further Earth evolution is to proceed aright. Let us remember here
    • at them externally and point only to the fact that numberless bullets
    • not yet understand how to let that power work on him which has so
    • domain. Let us consider science in the later centuries, especially in
    • all its wonderful laws, and let us look at what surrounds us to-day.
    • this thought in reality be very simply stated? Indeed it can! Let us
    • world after the time of our earliest recollection. Let us go back
    • beyond that time, let us go right back to the point when we are
    • Let us be
    • behold the entire Earth in its completeness unless we visualise also
    • Let us
    • of Golgotha. Let us meditate at Christmas on the thought how from the
    • Let all that perishable is, decay.
    • Henceforth let God alone dwell in thy strivings,
    • Especially to-day let us retain the holiness of this thought in our
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    • Contained in Volume No. 157a and 165 of the Complete
    • Let us ask
    • look toward what the spirit out of the heights can say: “Let
    • wanted to participate it needed to be made completely comprehensible
    • such grandness, something so powerful, that out of this completely
    • or that one is struck by a bullet, suffering either death or
    • pointing out that countless bullets are destroying human lives, if
    • different from looking at the same matter in a completely different
    • light in a completely different way, and we illuminate our rooms in
    • a completely different way. Consider everything that lives in our
    • complete science, it produces indomitable instruments of death. Its
    • thought to expression that I have wanted to let arise before your
    • let us look once for the origin of those impulses that oppose each
    • Let us become
    • of Golgotha. We cannot see the earth in its completeness if we do
    • Let us make our
    • us. Let us make it into a festival that serves not only the past
    • night let us think of how, out of the depths of darkness, light
    • renewed in the sense it has been today, to let the Christmas
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    • It is contained in Volume No. 60 of the Complete
    • Let us try
    • let us realise that the doctrine of Zarathustra is not mere dualism,
    • this, let us think of the course of evolution. We must conceive of
    • difficult for the man of to-day to realise this. Let us think of a
    • is welded into a circle; the completion takes place in infinity. This
    • letters on it and we build up words from these letters, but we must
    • Let that which ever operates and lives
    • Earth and the highest spiritual factor is Truth. This is in complete
    • Let us now
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    • It is contained in Volume No. 60 of the Complete
    • consciousness and yet unlike the complete absence of consciousness
    • Let us try
    • this was the duality. Let us consider our own being, as we now exist.
    • the moving Planets and the Zodiac. The earlier forms of the letters
    • receded through a complete cycle. If you reckon this back three times
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    • It is contained in Volume No. 351 of the Complete
    • the caterpillar completely disappears into this covering, and
    • sheath. The caterpillar completely surrenders to the light, it dies in
    • butterfly is understood only when viewed as a complete creature of light
    • that keeps this “I” imprisoned. Were I able to let it
    • not able to spin threads from its own body, Let us imagine a special
    • let us make a clear picture. Imagine there is an animal that breathes
    • been conducted round by a complete lunatic.
    • continue or spiritual life will be completely swamped. Nature, now
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    • loving work as architect, sculptor, and painter, was completely
    • It is contained in Volume No. 218 of the Complete
    • is complete in its development when the child is ripe for school.
    • art. As an instance of this let us recall the Samothracean Mysteries
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    • conciencia entre el dormir profundo y el completo despertar, en estados
  • Title: Lecture: The Experiences of Sleep and their Spiritual Background
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    • Let me
    • is almost completely wiped out. It is an experience that is comparable
    • experienced it consciously. It does not do so; but let me remind you
    • is a simple fact. Let us say, for example, you feel joy. When you feel
    • present-day ordinary consciousness. We cannot merely let ourselves be
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    • and has completely routed the superstition of a mechanical
    • unlettered alike; how the perfect animals evolve from the
    • upon an uncertain sphere of knowledge. Let them hear what the
    • obsolete. This new bible was written under the influence of
    • subjects which they proudly believe to have completely
    • Let us shed some
    • light on a few of these nooks. Above all, let us look at the
    • evoked. Let us examine more closely Haeckel's sentence:
    • Natural Investigation. Could the Scientist ever think of letting
    • must let the whole scientific theory of evolution drop or you
    • at Göttingen, writes in his pamphlet, “Modern
    • regarded as a complete one? If anyone asserts this, he is in
  • Title: Lecture: Life and Death
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    • sentence which Shakespeare gives to the gloomy Hamlet:
    • human being. If anyone likes to do this, let him do so, but
    • the higher realms of being. Let us take fatigue, for
  • Title: Lecture: The Elementary Kingdoms
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    • man. This is common knowledge. Let us now try to form some
    • the physical plane. But let us now suppose that someone were
    • Let us
    • Let us now
    • lower Devachan. Let us now go a step further, to the animal.
    • animals, as complete, self-contained personalities, upon the
    • body with stands these attacks for decades! Let us now try to
    • Let us now
    • completely permeate one another.
    • Let us now
    • And now, let
    • being — that he cannot even grasp the plant completely,
  • Title: Lecture: 'Goethe's Faust' from the Point of View of Spiritual Science
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    • been completed, so that new experiences may be gathered which
    • Let's
    • his last years, shortly before his death, he completed this
    • moment and let him pass through. The exceptionally powerful
    • extensive ability: Suzanne von Klettenberg. Goethe has
    • other way than to say: in Suzanne von Klettenberg lived a
    • letting only these signs act upon us, then we experience
    • light of letters which together produce the book of life and
    • letter: "This much is certain, the old artists possessed a
    • them. We see then how Faust lets himself be influenced by
    • incomplete. He must turn away from that fear-inspiring sign
    • completion of the second part of “Faust”; and the
    • Goethe say: I have now completed my life's work. It is now
  • Title: Lecture: Birth of the Light
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    • then we can naturally let our thoughts sweep on from this our
    • penetrated into the whole earthly evolution. Let us feel this
    • Golgotha was still completely given up to the old heathen
    • let wisdom fall away, that we must cherish it, in order to
    • can feel so deeply when we let the contents of St. Luke's
    • Let
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    • always have noted one thing. Let us take, for example, a
    • treatise on immortality. Let us consider for a moment the
    • of Aristotle completely misunderstood him; no-one understood
    • tangible, which we can all understand. Let me illustrate this
    • completely misinterpreted Aristotle — who may be taken
    • the letters of a book, and to arrive at the author's meaning,
    • Nature, are as the letters of an alphabet, which express the
    • single moment, unfettered by space or time. Let us apply this
    • an eternity in which lovingly to decipher the letters of the
    • conclusions was particularly convincing. Let us examine in
    • himself “Let us proceed along the simplest lines of
    • mathematical mind, the question of time, which was completely
    • is limited to time and space. Let us confine ourselves to
    • him with complete devotion from one thing to another and
    • For even the greatest minds do not escape criticism. Let us
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    • life. To-day let us examine at least one aspect of our modern
    • forms of living creatures could be traced. Let us suppose
    • extreme subtlety would be invisible to us, and would exactly
    • present day. Let us suppose that truth and uprightness
    • know what really lives in the thought of men; let us imagine
    • Goethe's correspondence knows that he exchanged letters with
    • dilettantism. Thus we see how Goethe laboured in all
    • lectures, with the words: “Let us remain united in the
    • in space; let us take, as the most inspiring mutual greeting
    • Let us think often of the object which has brought us
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    • soul, feeling herself capable of letting Imaginations arise
    • work objectively-spiritually, into the physical world. Let us
    • let us say in the usual, if not adequate mode of
    • recognise the latter. Imaginative cognition is the complete
    • ideas, of all kinds. Let us now ask: — Do not errors
    • complete self knowledge. One can then exclude it from what is
    • world-powers see through him completely — is a Fact,
    • investigator, one comes to see oneself completely, to see
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    • will go completely wrong. Analysing this ‘animal slime,’
    • of what appears upon the surface. Let me give you an example
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    • life, of great or outstanding personalities. Let me give one
    • example. A booklet has just been published here in Switzerland
    • let us consider the matter well. ‘Vischer with a V’ grew up to
    • generally got no answer. Let us make no mistake about it.
    • civilization of our time. Let us make no mistake about it. Much
    • the greatest speed. But let us assume (it is of course only an
    • out with necessity) — let us assume as an hypothesis what
    • is not without interest (let me make this remark, once more, in
    • did he do? He invited them both to dinner (not letting either
    • means, to devise all manner of clever points, completely to
    • sleep our way through life, but to look about us. Let me tell
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    • understand the content of the booklet on
    • further details in a booklet reproducing the
    • Let
    • age of fourteen to sixteen he becomes completely ripe for
    • These things are very serious. I want to let you feel, as I
    • complete flattening of the intellect by the Natural Scientific
    • only need skilfully choose your paths and not let people know
    • indeed as Hamlet says of good and evil: Nothing in itself
    • swept out of the world, — if I had let myself in for what
    • leading-strings. Let us now contrast what may well be
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    • they are conceiving is altogether different. Let us go through
    • and not even that completely. This measureless arrogance
    • of time, letting their several characteristics influence us, so
    • see no such connection. What I shall now say, let everyone take
    • we could take various paths. Let us now choose one that re-suits
    • Let
    • mentioned, we may say this: — Let us go back beyond the
    • loves thee,’ thereby letting a gentle thrill pass through his
    • himself would run the risk of falling completely under the
    • Let
    • let us ask, to what is it really due — this possibility
    • evolution. Let us ask once more: To what is the steam-engine
    • Let us then ask ourselves, what really happens when we create
    • all, in the letter i, materially speaking the line is
    • imagine, when we imitate it here on a small scale and let it
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    • century. Let us recall today, as we desire to enter deeply into
    • declares that the child is incomplete, and that the ego little
    • impulses working upon it are distributed in time. Let us
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    • written there in illuminated lettering: C. M. B. As you will
    • all know, these letters represent the names of the so-called
    • earth most completely. In the long Christmas winter night
    • seeks. Let us hear the beginning of the poem: —
    • that he has first completed the tasks of the physical plane.
    • Oh let these symbols bid thee stay until
    • symbols he has let the ascent of the human Self work upon his
    • when he lets him be carried up to heaven and the world of
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    • doubt, that man did not complete the earlier evolution of his being,
    • completed their stage of human evolution one epoch earlier. Their
    • Earth, the Jupiter stage, we shall complete the transmutation of our
    • the human stage on Old Moon have completed the transmutation of their
    • which so completely changed the face of the Earth that the continent
    • die, having completed our present stage of evolution, our personality
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    • not exhaust his knowledge of that country or provide a complete
    • as you can readily imagine, this does not complete the picture of a
    • realize this completely because they do not possess the necessary
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    • be incomplete we must first embark upon such inquiries as are
    • necessary in order to ensure a full and complete understanding and
    • Folk Spirits, as different from that of man. Let us now, turn aside
    • make a deeper impression on him. Others he finds casual, lethargic,
    • completed the transformation of their astral bodies into Spirit Self
    • body into Spirit Self or Manas, but have not yet completed their
    • the functions of the Archangel so completely that scarcely any
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    • consequences are highly significant. Let us assume for a moment that
    • are completely dependent on these forces’ so that the
    • Let
    • expand physically. Later, when growth is completed, these physical
    • Let
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    • follow me on the sketch. In the first place let me draw your
    • With thunder-march, his orb completing
    • fit the facts completely. You can learn much from them. The Earth
    • of an equilateral triangle is a complete symbol of a balance of
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    • will only be able, therefore, to form a complete picture of the very
    • Let
    • Let
    • Let
    • letters, of which he understood nothing. All that was alien to him,
    • letters — “dance on the paper; they do not speak the
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    • the divine-spiritual Beings concealed behind them. If completely
    • the members of the ancient Indian peoples was completely different
    • and Archangels on the human souls had become a matter of complete
    • mythology, on the other hand, had completely forgotten the world of
    • than later literature and letters was also traced back to Odin.
    • completely spiritual beings. It was then clear to Nordic man how the
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    • universe. Hence the completely different atmosphere in the old Indian
    • the same: the inner causes may be completely different.
    • Let
    • bringing the mistletoe, with which the blind Hodur kills Baldur, the
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    • to exclude completely everything which originated in primeval times
    • illuminating they are. Let us consider clairvoyantly the old
    • Let
    • his people that the Spirit Self in particular can develop? Let us
    • assimilate this completely when he has risen to the sixth stage of
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    • my pamphlet,
    • of authority, for that principle would be deleterious to our
    • you say, “We have been told so and so; let us investigate the
    • let us check the statements of the natural scientists”, you
    • realized in all aspects of our earthly life. Let us try to come to an
    • prevail in the West, or vice versa, that would be a complete denial
    • let us take leave of one another after having been together for a few
    • days, and let us always remain together in spirit with this
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    • can only come to a true opinion if we let the necessities of life
    • some form or other of ancient occultism, let us suppress this, and
    • before us, as if inscribed in letters of gold, when we began some
    • from drying up completely. Just as Iphigenia was offered to Artemis
    • and Persephone. Here let me preface that as Iphigenia is the daughter
    • is a mistake even to make such comparisons. Let the dramatic critic
    • are trying to do. Let me first gratify a heartfelt wish by alluding
    • as a fortunate destiny that our work should have been completed by
    • subtlety of meaning expressed by such figures as Luna, Astrid and
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    • behind it. To give you some idea of this, let me just mention one
    • take their course in complete independence. Despite their apparent
    • customs, if we want to understand the completely different habit of
    • historical development of the human being, is the ether body. Let us
    • Let us now consider
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    • completely different view of the world and of life, and of the
    • Let me begin today by
    • birth to the rainbow.’ Now let us turn our gaze inwards; within
    • everyday experience, we have only to see it in the right light. Let
    • the complete harmony which exists between the mysterious forces at
    • so that you are completely permeated by the sensation of bitterness,
    • self-knowledge works in such a way that man feels himself completely
    • you enjoy very much — let us say into an avenue of trees or
    • corresponding relationships between them. Let me make a diagram of it
    • completely with chalk. That gives us to start with one of the
    • of lentils is to the quantity of beans let us say — as three to
    • which complete the figure, but the whole pentagon, including the area
    • complete understanding of what is at work in the cosmos as wonders of
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    • have just completed and which in essentials reproduces lectures that
    • of a superhuman nature, Beings who had already completed their human
    • completed his human development on the Moon. This was how the
    • Thus Angels — Angeloi — who had completed their human
    • stage of Luciferic development, Angel Beings who had not completed
    • just because they had not fully completed their human stage, they
    • Let us for a moment
    • mean Lucifer. Let us consider these two individualities, Christ on
    • the one hand and Lucifer on the other, and let us take to begin with
    • cases; let us take one of them and compare him with the Christ.
    • of Christ, or a complete lack of comprehension of the Mystery of
    • Impulse such as have the Angels who completed their evolution in the
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    • had failed to complete their Moon evolution and that the Greeks knew
    • entirely to the principle of the Elohim, is completely given up to
    • among men, in contradistinction to those who completed their
    • of other things, to feel expanded to a cosmos, to feel completely
    • intellectuality of the ego has been brought to completion, and
    • consciousness once more outwards. Hence the subtlety of the Dionysos
    • Let us once more turn
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    • Let us look at them as they meet us to begin with on the physical
    • physical eyes, for the physical world. Let us begin with the
    • being, let us now turn to the outermost member, to the physical body.
    • extremely important fact. Let me put it in another way, half
    • consciousness? Let us imagine that, by some miracle or other, instead
    • skeletons such as men have today. The human body has become more
    • we find snail shells and mussel shells. Let us study the
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    • organisation in general, for knowledge, or let us say to begin with,
    • Let us take this
    • soul-life is completely filled by this process of representation. One
    • They have to slough off completely as it were their normal
    • are changed, that they even take on a completely opposite meaning,
    • maya, is complete illusion, and conceals the sublime beauty
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    • Let us call to mind
    • if his soul is turned inside out, so to say, if it is completely
    • it to the light of day out of our own freedom. Thus we can let this
    • Now let us consider
    • he finds so much that is inharmonious. Let us assume for a moment
    • shock us that we probably shrink back in terror, feeling completely
    • physical body. Let us consider what a part of the human being
    • let this diagram represent the human ether body as it was at the
    • brain would be completely useless if it were only to function as
    • living in the complete harmony, the perfect unity, which existed
    • what goes on in our own souls is a complete picture of this
    • things, resembles Him completely. Hence in a certain way we can speak
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    • able to develop knowledge which goes beyond the completely egotistic
    • told you. Let me remind you once more that Earth evolution was
    • the Lemurian, the Atlantean and the post-Atlantean epochs to complete
    • gradually solidified out of that original shadow-form. Today let us
    • oneself to the skeleton. What physical science describes is only a
    • part of the Earth, it is its skeleton. There are yet other forces,
    • well, but let us begin by trying to throw light on them in relation
    • be in any doubt that the whole structure of the bird is completely
    • Let us suppose that a
    • clairvoyant vision, and if one completes it by adding the human
    • being completely? As man inwardly receives this Impulse he will more
    • means of occultism. Let me draw your attention to the fact that in
    • position to carry to completion what we have already said about the
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    • astral body, brings it to a standstill, and lets the images of this
    • that the human being let flow far more of his own self, far more of
    • furnished by modern science are not interpreted in the right way. Let
    • this year; for the work of Broca is a complete proof that the
    • Let us suppose that
    • consciousness becomes finally completely dissipated, dispersed into
    • reasonableness of the future, let him remember this. Foolish as it
    • Thus the circle is completed. Thus do we come safely through the
    • which, when the circle has been completed, unites with the cosmic
    • complete the circle, leads us to recognise what lives and subsists in
    • can hope to complete the circle, to find will from the one side,
    • soul can keep up her strength until the circle is completed and at
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    • stages, let us turn our attention for the moment away from all that
    • the inner nature of the soul of Raphael, let us allow the age in which
    • Let us allow the picture
    • this time. Let us consider what had gone before.
    • do the creations of Raphael appear to us, — perfect and complete
    • all the subtleties, beauty and power of the Greek language. The originals
    • to come, because humanity is one complete organism. Thus Raphael's creations
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    • wisdom. Let me say from the very outset that I am not personally acquainted
    • of philosophers. Finally a pamphlet appeared, written by a philologist,
    • a certain Dr. Pfunge — a most interesting pamphlet. After rejecting
    • Let me add, for the sake
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    • and how, when we let the contents of the Iliad — of the Odyssey
    • of German myths and legends, Jacob Grimm. By letting the figures and
    • all the special form of the intervention of the Gods in Homer. Let us
    • these national epics, let us glance into that realm of which I really
    • He who lets the peculiar spiritual language work upon him which speaks
    • immediate present, with their complete souls; so that through Kalevala,
    • a way that in the grey antiquity we let the stream of humanity flow
    • has changed, when we compare how a present-day man — let us say
    • complete separation from all animal life, this consciousness also saw
    • of the wrath of Achilles”; “Let a higher being sing within
    • did not let the intellect rule, but worked directly from their most
    • a complete familiarity with the physical body has it become possible
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    • within our skin, letting the outer world pass us by. On the contrary,
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    • Let
    • part of the atmosphere all round the Earth. Let us look at this
    • Let
    • warmth (violet). Thus we must add this fourth element, warmth, which
    • if we can suppose that a flea, let us
    • of a complete skeleton. Certainly, the flea jumps, but in studying
    • the Earth, which in their totality represent a skeleton, he would
    • describing the skeleton as a whole; he would hack out a tiny piece
    • part of a complete skeleton. The flea would have hacked off a tiny
    • just as a man describes the Earth when somewhere — let us say
    • its mercurial formation and its ash-formation. Let us then ask what
    • let us turn from the Earth's surface and look at the air-formation
    • activities would disappear completely, and up above we should have a
    • either to let it grow up or to destroy it; for it was not yet a
    • order to bring the essence of Christmas rightly before our souls, let
    • ordained to receive the Christ into himself. Let us look closely at
    • and letting them arise out of the salt and the Moon-elements in the
    • all this must be completed, in an upward direction, through
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    • into a complete materialist. They would like to make his capacity to
    • out of a bluish-violet vapour a kind of breast-form for the Luciferic
    • mystery was to have stood at this central point. But a completion in
    • be attained when the whole architectural scheme is completed and what
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    • of something that completes the form of Michael, already
    • have the complete picture only when we bring it into dramatic form,
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    • Let
    • you how the Easter Imagination is completed through the teaching that
    • complete picture. First, the summer picture at the time of St. John:
    • let us take the words which have come down through the ages like
    • sort — or as words that anyone might write in letters or
    • Let
    • and has some healing salt-substance, let us say, in his hand,
    • Uriel and Gabriel, let us say, working in one another, but also
    • case, we let it work upon us, we see how an old instinctive truth
    • who will be born in October, let us say, are already within the Earth
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    • beginning let me emphasise that there is no element of sensationalism
    • which are essential to any real understanding of it. Let me
    • paradoxical, but let us remember that there were times by no
    • history. Does this not seem to be a complete
    • Let
    • Christ. On the other scale let us lay all the deep feelings,
    • Let
    • that has been said about the founding of Christianity, let us
    • Plato, men whose subtlety of thought seems like a continuation
    • acquired, let us say, from Theosophy, we think of these simple,
    • now let us think of men like Tertullian who with a certain
    • restored to words a living meaning lets us recognise him as a
    • Let
    • let us go further. The same spectacle stands out in still
    • world? Let us turn here to Spiritual Science, to clairvoyant
    • Let
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    • into the past, that his normal earthly consciousness completely
    • still lay where it had been hurled. — Once again let us
    • happenings. I cannot describe them in any other way. Let those
    • like Renan not believe, let us say, in the Ice Age, although
    • Let
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    • completely transformed. After the brief intermediate period
    • Let
    • Nazareth ... until the similarity was so complete that He could
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    • us, let him not call upon the Bath-Kol but upon what the human
    • Let
    • they had all fled. And letting his clairvoyant vision widen
    • been able inwardly and completely to exchange the doctrines of
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    • lets us see very deeply into his soul. The experiences through
    • little. It would be a complete mistake to imagine that up to
    • was always very silent but now he has completely lost his
    • Let
    • us try to picture the infinite significance of this event! Let
    • experiences as a Being completely free of all
    • leading into the spiritual worlds was to be completely
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    • universal events. We let ourselves be instructed by the course of
    • having reached a certain completion.
    • forces concerned. If we are not courageous, if we let ourselves go
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    • like to call them. Let me begin with these paradoxes.
    • made by paths that have been laid down in complete
    • Once again, let me mention one of many. Here we have an
    • content itself becomes a matter of complete indifference, and
    • into nature than with ordinary thinking. In what way? Let me
    • arranged: the skeleton, musculature, etc., and how the vital
    • his skeleton, his musculature, the interaction of his
    • skeleton, the musculature, and the interaction of vital
    • Let
    • complete spiritual being we have become.
    • Let
    • in a lay and dilettante fashion, but with a serious approach,
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    • plethora of phenomena and experiences. And these become
    • let alone theoretical, problems. But that is not the point. The
    • deny that experimental psychology is completely justified,
    • consciousness are more or less sleeping or, let us say, latent
    • completely controlled, conscious wakefulness, despite the fact
    • that the will has swept consciousness completely clear.
    • moment is he completely subsumed in this higher man, if I may
    • Let
    • either simply look — and we are complete men when we do
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    • a complete picture of the particular features of a given epoch.
    • in the very fact that they can never be completely solved. Such
    • spiritual vision: It is complete, it has now become part of
    • the calm of completion when we strive towards spiritual vision
    • towards which we as modern men strive operates with complete
    • Let
    • history to encounter something quite different. Let us go back,
    • science gradually passes into the present complete separation
    • Let
    • life could unfold in complete harmony.
    • he found in Kant or Comte; he has complete command of the modes
    • Let
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    • reflected to it from without is illusion, maya, incomplete
    • period for example, the Oriental averted his glance completely
    • is dealing not with complete reality but with an illusion, the
    • nature are in complete harmony.
    • Let
    • Let
    • complete self-possession and lucid consciousness. The
    • proletarian class in particular has absorbed into its
    • its development, the world aims at complete realization of its
    • Let
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    • as Meister Eckhart or Johannes Tauler are not completely free
    • Let
    • present back into earlier ages can only properly be completed
    • droplets separate off and continue to revolve round the main
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    • other hand, I do not believe that any party is completely
    • “This picture is completely wrong,” knowing only
    • we are approaching the problem of freedom with complete
    • Let
    • our soul which is a reminiscence from our eighth year, let us
    • the adult's capacity to reach complete understanding with
    • Let
    • acquaintance, you found a woman completely endowed with social
    • large proletarian masses can best understand: with a certain
    • child's spiritual individuality is something completely sacred,
    • straightforward example — how Helmholtz, let us say, a
    • strongly the force of the countless letters sent to me,
    • completely new social or other ideals. We are not short of
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    • masses of the European proletariat, the name Marx still denotes
    • priests of the Oriental theocracies, who also had complete
    • the one hand, therefore, there existed a complete
    • blood, let us say in a family with a particular
    • economic activity is completely cradled in religious and legal
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    • he sees it — into its fabric, are not in fact completely
    • undergo a complete transformation as a man, a kind of
    • death, experience the spiritual world in a complete rebirth.
    • spiritual life and civilization. Let me mention a point that is
    • complete awareness of himself. We may say: in the social
    • with a still subdued sense of self, into complete
    • order. And in attempting repeatedly to show proletarian
    • used in connection with the early mysteries, for the complete
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    • so completing their work in society, have gone among the
    • get to know the common man, and in particular the proletariat.
    • modern proletariat. An illuminating experience, because you
    • Let
    • lecture begins, I let them hand it up to me or tell me, so that
    • view that it is amateurish, dilettante and so forth. Or the
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    • materialism completely, he must direct his attention to just
    • life, in the shape of education, to be absorbed completely into
    • realistic. Let me demonstrate this with regard to
    • Only out of life itself can something be created. Let us
    • actually circulates in social life is as completely divorced
    • let them run off their native sources of power, then the unity
    • and fraternity cannot be completely and simultaneously combined
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    • has completed its task in that it has streamed into our nerve and
    • the influence of the coarser, let us say — more selfish enjoyment:
    • We can easily observe the complete ‘volt face’ and
    • we are capable of developing a bony system — a skeleton. When
    • intuition people recognise as the symbol of death — the bony skeleton
    • beautiful it would be, if each single relationship of life, let us now
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    • Let us start once more from something
    • is merely something which has completed its task in that it has
    • coarser, let us say more selfish enjoyment; they can still live with
    • eating and drinking. We can easily observe the complete “volt
    • a bony system — a skeleton. When we are capable of comprehending
    • the symbol of death — the bony skeleton — and which is so far
    • would be if each single relationship of life, let us now say of the
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    • 5th epoch), that their sleep transpired completely
    • that from which it really became possible. Let us speak for a
    • completely astral as regards Christianity, We can best gain a
    • next lecture) -, which is in complete contrast to that of his
    • that he was only completely comprehensible to the Industrials;
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    • corresponding volume of the complete edition, Die
    • Let
    • sense, it is his duty and obligation to let something live in
    • After these introductory words let us give a few indications
    • contemplative thinking. And so let me indicate with at least a
    • these facts. And in this connection people let themselves miss
    • between proletariat and non- proletariat. For if one makes this
    • times. Let us look back into Egyptian times. A large number of
    • because he has become a proletarian worker, due to the
    • that. Let us study the conditions themselves, let us consider
    • Just let these people study what individual sects, developing
    • just let them study what the latter contribute to the shaping
    • the direction is changed. Moreover, our proletariat has no
    • the course of evolution is in the direction of completely
    • and compensation will in future be completely
    • give them what they need—in completely free activity.
    • From this, compensation must be completely separated.
    • will be making every offering out of our soul if we completely
    • Let
    • Let us try to consider what the history of the future can say about
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    • inward compactness or completeness of Greek architecture,
    • completely, but so that it is clear, this whole misery of the
    • spirit, just those forces grow up which have let loose
    • completely foreign to their feeling and perception. Thus we
    • forms which must arise and yet in very many ways be completely
    • existence of a movement of some kind. Let anyone turn to the
    • world to-day, and let him see from it how much
    • Let
    • spiritual scientific ideals. Let us feel this particularly in
    • reducing itself ad absurdum: let us try to
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    • increasing comprehension of Goethe's ideas. A letter of his
    • and which Schiller later confirmed in this letter.
    • Let us consider for a moment the point at issue and we
    • Let us look now at another philosopher, at
    • Schopenhauer, and let us see first how Schopenhauer stood
    • Let us take finally Hegel and Schopenhauer. Hegel is also
    • see how they stand. There is a beautiful letter in which Hegel
    • order to get a glance into Goethe's soul let us refer to a book by
    • And now let us ask whether Goethe had this
    • The Will-o'-the-Wisps let themselves be told this, but the
    • killed. And so the Beautiful Lily was reduced to complete spiritual
    • Life is completely annihilated in him.
    • spiritual life; Schiller's letters on ‘The Æsthetic
    • in these letters.
    • This work is written in letter-form to the Duke
    • letters: ‘Their effect on me is to show what I always
    • fairy tale by Schiller's words in his aesthetic letters. Goethe
    • formulate a complete picture of the soul, so that it can develop
    • Schiller's ‘Æsthetic Letters.’ Goethe was
    • Letters, and what the other had to say in a much more comprehensive
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    • instance, an African negro's picture of the world and that, let us
    • the world around him. Goethe stood completely and all his life long,
    • completely objective truths, which men have recognized as such, quite
    • factor, and letting the matter speak for itself. This exclusion of
    • thought to such a point that we no longer think personally, but let
    • the thoughts in us think, as we let mathematical thought do. Thus,
    • for the highest. As Schiller in his Æsthetic Letters depicts
    • man's aspiration towards complete humanity, so Goethe depicts in the
    • completely to take Goethe's way of looking at things; so that it
    • patiently lets the conception be verified by observation, patiently
    • back again. Let us apply this to our whole soul-mood or
    • Kingdoms, which are completed, as compared with progressive man, who
    • means, which we offer as a bridge to let us cross over, do we come to
    • through with it, but surpass, transcend yourself. Let it become a
    • Let us take yet another feature: namely, when the Giant comes
    • indescribable.’ When man has completed the threefold road
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    • part is a complete character picture of the inner human development
    • completely true to life and to the reality of life is this
    • came in, he took the burning glass, let the sun rays fall through
    • — was caught in a complete decline, chiefly because much that
    • state of despair which threatened to shatter his life completely.
    • was first recognized in its complete depth by Zarathustra. Under
    • Let us consider Goethe when during his Italian journey, he
    • he regards himself as a complete nature, but also as one which can
    • Now let us look at the second part of ‘Faust.’
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    • ‘Behind me, therefore, let the sun be glowing!
    • which lets nothing count but the physical, gives rise to such
    • stage of clairvoyance — the stage completed by the
    • characteristic in the highest degree. Let us think of the entry
    • taken from the appearance of the rising sun, and completes the
    • What he has now to go through is the complete growth of man. He
    • love. Eros will complete the whole. Thales gives the advice:
    • incomplete to the complete appears here in the picture. The spirit
    • which he must liberate himself, if his soul is to unite completely
    • lives and moves completely in the spiritual world. But because he
    • development: he has to complete the journey:
    • incident it is revealed that his egoism has not completely
    • completely vanish. If man steps into the spiritual world and brings
    • soul which lets itself be fertilized by the spiritual world, and
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    • you from real instances how man lived in the East, let us say,
    • Let
    • let us jump a long way back in human evolution, and consider
    • descendants: that is, let us go back really thousands of years.
    • head — let us say, the optic thalamus or the corpora
    • Everywhere were memorial tablets and memorial stones. It was
    • let my soul unfold an experience about certain things, only in
    • Let
    • lived completely with the Earth; in his connection with the
    • memory, which latter finds its completion in the spiritual life
    • they ought to remember quite easily, has been completely wiped
    • have to let the whole picture of this change in man's soul pass
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    • Whole. The man of the present day lives, let us say, in town or
    • was different. Of course the abstract forms of letters which we
    • his soul, enabling it to express itself through these letters.
    • made themselves felt in quite another way. Let me put before
    • of the flash disappeared completely. They saw a host, a
    • everywhere he lets us see this contrast. You may see it, for
  • Title: World History: Lecture III: Asiatic Mysteries of Ephesus, Gilgamesh and Eabani
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    • wisdom-teaching of the Atlantean peoples. Let me give you a
    • that he was becoming a frozen skeleton, he had now to feel
    • He knows, let us say, that the chicory flower is blue, that the
    • warmth and water. This process, which alone presents a complete
    • stands where it lets the shadow fall from the trees on to the
    • aim. Their impulse came out of the spirit. Let us read of it in
    • the human being. Let me draw your attention to a single
    • Theophrastus did not let the writings come westwards that
    • is completely dried up. We have here, of course, to do with
    • human being by touching him, let us say by drawing your hand
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    • Mystery of Ephesus. Let us try to see wherein lies the peculiar
    • afterwards I let them stream forth from me into the far circles
    • let these take root in her, had even given of her own substance
    • who is trained in these things. But let anyone approach, or
    • willingly let themselves be seen in the Akashic pictures,
    • Let
    • of this event, let us call to mind the following. We must
    • men. For everywhere he let the people feel it was something
    • shining letters — soon after this second blooming of the
    • Found a spiritual Ephesus far and wide over the Earth, and let
    • Looking across to the East and letting our imagination be fired
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    • Let
    • now let us examine a little this period of time as it appears
    • happened. But all the while that man had to let his ancient
    • after all, of no avail to let himself be initiated into the
    • hands. For these demonic beings had determined to let nothing
    • Let
    • forth that destroyed the Goetheanum. Let the world think what
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    • completely away.
    • up since the 15th century, know of the relation, let us say, of
    • being; let us say, for instance, a stone. A stone falls to the
    • complete disorganisation. The substances that are contained in
    • imagine that some organ, let us say one of the lungs has
    • but let the warmth from outside extend its influence into you
    • the fact that he has not merely let himself be stimulated to
    • create his own inner warmth, but has let the external cold
    • rather the part of an object that lets the activities and
    • itself what is mineral and completely changes it from within,
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    • eternal letters into the history of mankind, though the writing
    • beginning of the epoch that saw the gradual and complete
    • our Goetheanum been brought to completion, then as you entered
    • Even so let us look back upon the terrible flames of fire that
    • filled us with such unutterable sadness, but let us at the same
    • Let
    • longer there. Let us carry over the soul of the
    • Goetheanum into the Cosmic New Year, let us try to erect
    • Goetheanum. Let us now rise in token that we pledge ourselves
    • let us understand and know how to keep the promise we have made.
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    • Let
    • worthy of the Gods. Hence to souls who have completely
    • argument but because every individual should let his mind and
    • matters stand. We shall not say: let us bring Eurythmy to this
    • Let this ring out from the Heights
    • Let this be fired from the East
    • Let this be prayed in the Depths
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    • all this the purpose of Anthroposophy is the complete opposite
    • Let
    • of human consciousness — let us think of the dream-world.
    • Let
    • completely in hand. Can a higher, a second awakening, be
    • Let
    • the ordinary recollection, let us say of a natural occurrence,
    • out with complete self-possession, with nothing whatever in it
    • completely engrossed if we want to dwell on them. But we must
    • completely empty consciousness; in which all the thinking,
    • Let
    • noise of the world complete silence can be restored, equal to
    • it with complete anthroposophical understanding.
    • To illustrate this, let me give a personal experience.
    • whole human destiny can they discover the complete human worth.
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    • to sleep until waking up, or, let us say, if he became conscious
    • beings. Let us once more make quite clear how it is that we feel
    • as effective, in the same way as, let us say, electricity or
    • Now let us go back again to something else, to
    • truth itself has undergone a complete transformation.
    • Socialists to-day, have completely broken with this idea of Truth.
    • beings on the Earth.” Let us get that sentence clearly in
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    • more complete consciousness appear. We become conscious to
    • in the physical world as consciousness. Let us sketch
    • the night, in sleep, I should have to draw it completely
    • sprouting, let us say, fiery life. Thus were the soul-life to
    • that If we bring ourselves into relation, let us say, with an
    • Earth-being. And this conscious Earth-being is completely
    • Astrology is either the purest dilettantism, or it can only
    • that only when they are decaying do they let us see the
    • world-conceptions are a matter of complete indifference, They
    • complete lack of interest mixed with utter frivolity whenever
    • completely indifferent to all these points of view.
    • the truth of things and letting the truth of things take hold
    • world. It is admired, let me say, because today there is a
    • work and in letting pass as valid not the living
    • organism of the earth, let us be conscious that we can carry
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    • who was able to bring forward another such completely
    • that exists in the world. If we have eaten let us say a piece
    • Now let us
    • said, we let our thoughts slip our, and the Venus, and Saturn
    • and bring about an eternal, complete eclipse of the sun in
    • complete picture of what would happen. He has however such an
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    • Let us take
    • Let us now
    • hypocritical. Let it be clearly understood, that our moral
    • Let us
    • complete intermingling of humanity which came about in the
    • Moreover, let
    • already been stated that the second virtue is love. Let us
    • long letter at Weimar, and then on the same day — it
    • this thought and these feelings let us close our studies today.
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    • recently? Did not his published letters number six or seven
    • reflections, let us, then, bring up before our mind's eye the
    • French culture of his time completely permeated the life of
    • guided into life as a complete human being. Not only a piece of
    • of the body, developed through all sorts of athletics and
    • as strongly inclined to follow with complete absorption the
    • himself completely therein. Then he becomes involved in another
    • upon him with complete humanness in such a way that it would
    • between nature and human life. Letters written to beloved
    • with the letter as a precious testimony to the friend.
    • Werther, he was completely cured of him, whereas in many
    • minister for the Duchy of Sachsen-Weimar and was completely
    • Weimar it was evident again that Goethe could not be completely
    • poet, or minister; he is a complete human being aspiring in all
    • sketched and partly completed in Weimar. Now he rewrote them in
    • indeed, been almost completely forgotten when a path was opened
    • Letters Regarding the Aesthetic Education of Humanity.
    • These Letters
    • Aesthetic Letters,
    • dilettante; Goethe, the universal dilettante, is forever the
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    • contemplation of it. Therefore, let us not be annoyed if the
    • lets the earliest rays of the morning sun pass through a
    • Leipzig? We may describe it as a complete loosening of the
    • during his acquaintance with Fräulein von Klettenberg,
    • understood completely by one who knows the surprise experienced
    • steep themselves in this Greek spiritual life — let us say, in
    • have to write about Hamlet if it had been written today
    • such a phenomenon — to completely feel what is already alive
    • such a thing completely, we shall then also see where one who
    • consciousness of the ordinary human generally lets him wake in
    • You granted me, but let me penetrate
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    • contemporary basic conceptions of these things are completely
    • wrote a letter telling how this dear puppy would be together
    • dog wrote a most intelligent letter.
    • letters for words spoken to him. He also seemed to solve
    • written, as were the letters, on separate sheets of paper,
    • sound from his master, the paper bearing the required letter or
    • of a complete system of interrelated objective wisdom
    • this way with special vividness? Let us grasp this point
    • performing their functions and are separated completely from
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    • more completely to man. Thus, it is all the more necessary that
    • post-Atlantean period. It has vanished completely in our fifth
    • comprehend it completely in its comprehensive cosmic
    • develop that the so-called men of letters, the journalists and
    • factory will operate in a completely individual way that will
    • complete decadence. To prevent this from happening, spiritual
    • world, and should be completely exterminated, and that then we
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    • mentioned, has become, let us say, a minister or councilor of
    • subconscious. Let us take the specific case of a woman in her
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    • let us look at the matter in the right light. Friedrich Theodor
    • Let it
    • makes karma inevitable, but let us suppose hypothetically that
    • told you, but he also lets the jurist read Schopenhauer and
    • subtleties in order to bring about a defendant's undoing, and
    • but rather look around ourselves. Let me express figuratively
    • the important point to bear in mind. Let us say that we have
    • remained for the most part dilettantish because the
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    • must let our souls be touched by what is suitable to place us
    • Let us
    • birth from a higher consciousness. Let us be clear about this
    • matters, but, if it is not to be completely divorced from all
    • development — let us say from the third to the seventh
    • Let us
    • within numerical relationships. Let us take, for example, two
    • numerical relationship. Let us take:
    • the world! But, to provide a surfeit, let us take also:
    • reality, let us select, then, any lady or gentlemen; it may
    • other things in the world, as Hamlet asserted concerning good
    • guides them. Let us now contrast certain things with others. On
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    • influences that people today like to emphasize, let us first
    • a little more clearly into the karma of this person let me
    • letters. It was later revealed that the very same night he had
    • pretty good translation, a letter that he wrote to obtain a
    • grace's letter was heartily welcome, first, because it lets me
    • peace to be able to bring to completion before my life ends
    • medicine from a letter he wrote to his father in which he asked
    • there that Giambattista Doni in his letters on dreams wrote
    • and he wrote of this in letters to many contemporaries. About
    • repeat it. Likewise, his letter was written in the way I have
    • potentialities. Let us define the two sets of hereditary
    • conditions for producing future progeny will be completely
    • let us ask whether such views are without significance for
    • need this disgust if we wish to stand completely in life, in
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    • individual through repeated earthly lives. Let us grasp the
    • speaking only of an angel, and incompletely at that. In the
    • letting them work upon us. By this, our hearts and souls may be
    • connection. What I am now saying let each of you receive as
    • ever more thorough if we wish to comprehend the complete
    • let your spiritual eye dwell upon this truth, you will be able
    • given over completely into the power of the other person. These
    • is negative superstition. Humanity abandons itself completely
    • Let us
    • considered least significant. After all, this (here the letter
    • the material substance of this letter, but only the dot makes
    • it the letter i. Consider how much less this dot contains than
    • the other part even though it is the dot that makes the letter.
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    • earthly evolution of humanity, let us first consider this
    • go all the way back to the luciferic temptation, let us review
    • completely, we should see behind him the angel, the archangel,
    • is not the entire and complete human being. When you face a
    • it to remain a mere concept but carry it over completely into
    • completely. From the very beginning of the evolution of the
    • effort to attain a full and complete connection with them.
    • developed the complete ego here on earth, even after they had
    • Let us look at ourselves and see how things have changed.
    • Let us now bear in mind, however, that at the present time,
    • even higher than the archai. What does this signify? Let us
    • life. Let us suppose that in his last life he belonged to a
    • orthodox, or let's say, more recent Catholicism. At any rate,
    • of the spiritual world. But let me come to the facts:
    • but deceased fourteen years prior to the date of the letter, would
    • I previously described to you. But now let me ask you to look
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    • however, experienced the following, for example. Let us
    • of the various spheres has for his particular sphere, let us
    • say, Egyptology — I will take something exotic, so let it
    • ladies are working. Let us suppose these four
    • Having completed their work they no longer are there. Through
    • that I make it also as an image (see violet in centre
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    • skeleton and how easily the head can be detached; it can be
    • the skeleton; the breathing process through nose and mouth
    • the luciferic; its formative principles are not yet complete
    • Venus, and make an incomplete picture of it in seed form, not
    • letting it go beyond the seed form.
    • subconsciousness of the previous incarnation was completely
    • having receded so completely into the background as it did in
    • have a complete parallel between the senses and something
    • else of which we are going to speak. (see diagram 3) Let us
    • makes his own there lies what lets us see quite clearly all
    • historic-cosmic thoughts have completely overwhelmed them.
    • old completely moribund world-conception bereft of the
    • Now let us
    • take an example of this; let me take whatever example you
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    • approaching it he would — now let us turn from the
    • definitely maya, complete illusion. This representation
    • possible, let alone what can actually be perceived
    • find my meaning so puzzling. Now let us assume you possess
    • indefinitely — man's aura. Now let us think away the
    • I want to draw, let us say, physical man, I could best
    • soul-life. This substance of it would have this violet
    • through a miracle — or let us say through clairvoyant
    • completion in the life between death and a new birth, when my
    • Let us make
    • Romans, completely abstract; concepts and nothing more. The
    • completely abstract. This applies to the rest of their
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    • at the actual facts of life, and not to let these facts of
    • life as well, and in every way fitted, there too, to let
    • ‘for future delivery.’ Now let us suppose that a
    • — a matter of complete indifference, when the object is
    • of complete indifference, whether one does so by
    • and therefore it does not let itself be mystified by theoretical
    • reason, national economy got completely out of hand. It is
    • actual reality. We need this eye-opening; — Let us
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    • to many things, let me say. And here I should like to point
    • understanding completely dried up. The people gradually left
    • questions from the regulation party shibboleths; and then
    • let me say — I am convinced: with people, who are
    • and the regulation shibboleths.
    • shibboleths and party-programmes; and the real practical
    • single leaflet for distribution! If you ask me to-day: In
    • hand-in-glove with the proletariatell Not the least
    • Let me say to you, that people who talk in this way are the
    • conception, let alone to grasp this Spirit of the broad
    • to let Anthroposophy be practically swamped by the sort of
    • conclusion I would say to you as regards our propaganda: Let
    • endeavoring to do for more than a year past; and don't let us
    • have thrown ourselves so completely into the propaganda for
    • party-shibboleths have lost their meaning for present-day
    • to the things these party shibboleths stand for, have not get
    • but old party-shibboleths. Down to the end of 1914, you see,
    • to get beyond these old party-shibboleths, — so long as the
    • camp, or any other, is to us a matter of complete
    • possible to make an experiment in little, which, let us hope,
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    • than a help. Therefore by way of introduction let me give you
    • of us that passes away with death. We are completely taken up
    • be completely removed from any kind of dream life in the soul.
    • a human skeleton will know that what is expressed so
    • set about it in the wrong way, have then tried to let the whole
    • Let
    • Let
    • organization. This physical basis is complete when the
    • order to grasp the spirit in a completely free kind of
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    • history has been completely disproved by the facts in the most
    • Let
    • Let
    • completely taken in by what Woodrow Wilson says. Now it is not
    • according to scientific method and let no one else in except
    • extent into our waking life. Our waking life is completely
    • Let
    • life. Let us take the fact that we can learn something by
    • course of our lives and makes us into complete and living human
    • complete understanding of reality, for it is the best that can
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    • wall. Then after he had let the people think the wall for a
    • was completely nonplussed when they tried to think the person
    • Let us assume we perform an external action connected with our
    • experience. And in becoming completely one with it, we get to
    • will to the extent of complete consciousness.
    • Let us assume that in our spiritual experience we are concerned
    • scientist of spirit completely understands when those who
    • completely understands when such people must believe for
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    • completely.) Now thinking has detached itself from the nervous
    • completely absorbed in the subject of this concentration. It
    • one can dismiss from consciousness (without letting this
    • anthroposophical sense is completely clear about every
    • organism, is completely unknown to the ordinary
    • of a real and complete knowledge of man and of the world.
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    • take one aspect of this, let us look at the rise of the
    • let us examine where this approach with its great hopes has
    • complete way. I myself often heard from Haeckel's own lips that
    • expression — has a certain completeness.
    • be completely without any form of order, ft is our experience
    • the details necessary to understand more completely what I am
    • sadness on all the objects in the rooms. — Or let us take
    • consciousness has been completely brought to rest and becomes
    • in the same controlled way, but have to let it go, just as we
    • let an idea or image go that then sinks into forgetfulness and
    • life is let go, it enters into much greater depths of our life
    • souls and let it be present in the soul for weeks or months
    • until the moment comes when it can be completely immersed. Then
    • Let
    • the same thing — Hartmann was a dilettante and one should
    • the letter he sent me. It contains singular, philosophical
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    • try to find out the connection between, let us say, what
    • let us say, the attitude of a Greek to ancient Greece, and
    • lies completely outside his being. He can grasp as an
    • dreams, we see e.g. Schiller writing his letters concerning
    • Schiller in those Aesthetic letters rests an this: that on
    • For him no man was a complete human being who had first to
    • Schiller a man was only a complete human being who felt in
    • expression of human nature. He wrote his Aesthetic letters,
    • biography, a Spiritual description of Goethe, his letters
    • these Aesthetic letters could have been written unless Goethe
    • of what stands in them. Schiller wrote a letter to Goethe at
    • Pamphlet, containing all kinds of evil, consciously evil
    • the following. Let us consider certain brochures, certain
    • pamphlets which have been written, some written indeed by
    • simpleton. For it most certainly is not yet finished. It is
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    • simply an expression of this intellectuality, to completely
    • Earth to complete its development, but to let it remain
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    • knowledge. And it has been pointed out. how completely,
    • letter. Because I am quoting this letter as an example, I
    • So, then, I recently received this letter from someone active
    • social order with enthusiasm, The letter goes on to say that
    • little printed letters for theorists to criticise, I write
    • picture of man as a complete human being. This they could not
    • reached the peak of his completion. They had to wait. Today
    • presenting a picture of completion. Hence in former times
    • complete and out of his own powers he has now to seek union
    • enter into a new relation to the spiritual world. Let us
    • is realised, but let it be realised. Where outward things are
    • not. But for goodness' sake let us not take it seriously as
    • change their calling later in life, so let them talk. But we
    • this mean when grasped in the light of reality? Let us put it
    • given — and if you don't think about it you can let it
    • attained their ideal of completion. It is not denied that men
    • they are indeed complete creations from the earthly point of
    • have reached completion through other beings, they have to
    • his development, bringing him to a state of completion, to
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    • a letter from a man who takes an active interest in spiritual
    • now,what is the cause of thie? Let us consider the thing as
    • may stand there in little printed letters on paper,
    • spiritual world in a completely new way. This is a matter
    • But the image of man is completed, and out of his own
    • the spiritual world. Let us be sure about this point. It is
    • in this kind of thing ,but oh! for goodness sake, do not let
    • Our attitude should be; “Oh well, let them go on
    • higher Hierarchies had in completing a perfect image of man,
    • complete picture, it must also be photographed from its
    • complete. But only these perform what is necessary for the
    • because only so is it possible to understand them completely
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    • presentiment that muck ought to be different — let us
    • god-forsaken dilettantism. He may laugh at these things from
    • little talent, to become at that age, a Feuilletonist.
    • the leading articles. The feuilletons are usually divided from
    • People who read the feuilletons
    • feuilletons at the age of 18 he does not develop any further.
    • lecture upon in the evening should be let loose in the sphere
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    • is, nevertheless, reality. Let us realise once for
    • understand this let us consider the world as it lies before
    • contemplation of the external world alone. Let us not imagine
    • lets it flow back again. The circulating blood itself is the
    • the external point of view. And here, in parenthesis, let me
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    • The translation was made by Violet E. Watkin. The transcriptionist is
    • The translation was made by Violet E. Watkin. The transcriptionist is
    • any of the spirit in Goethe's words we.may perhaps complete
    • illustration: Whoever studies the human skeleton finds, even
    • skeleton consists of two definite members; this might be
    • The skeleton consists firstly of the head, which to a certain
    • extent merely rests on the remaining skeleton, and secondly
    • of that remaining skeleton. Anyone sensitive to the
    • sclerotic condition. If we let the rest of the organism work
    • out of the whole, and from there to let shine forth what
    • But let us go
    • in the same way as, let us say, yellow or red, without any
    • just beginning to discover such secrets. Blue, violet, are
    • following will be perceived. Let us suppose someone were to
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    • sense-impressions, must be completely suppressed and silent
    • slumbering powers that soul life can function in complete
    • completely to eliminate the faculty of remembrance that his
    • own power, completely to disregard any impression from the
    • But in moments of seership it is possible for him completely
    • incomplete if this next step were not taken. Not only does a
    • and unique. Let me make a rather trivial comparison. Just as
    • Let us try to
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    • Let from the east inflame
    • Let from the depths demand
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    • of man is connected with the universe. Let me put it in this way: We
    • And now let us think of
    • To begin with, let us
    • remain simpletons all their life, only a very few have really learnt
    • and over again. And now let us ask ourselves a question. we have heard
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    • Let us now
    • hypocritical. Let it be clearly understood, that our moral
    • Let us
    • complete intermingling of humanity which came about in the
    • Moreover, let
    • already been stated that the second virtue is love. Let us
    • long letter at Weimar, and then on the same day — it
    • this thought and these feelings let us close our studies today.
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    • Let
    • because in their dead letters much wisdom still lives. Yet it
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    • Augustine up to, let us say, the 10th, 11th, or 12th century.
    • farther, we come, let us say, into the period between the 11th
    • greatest Avatar-Being, the Christ descended to earth. Let us
    • get a perspective view of this; let us try to look at the world
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    • satisfied to let such questions remain within traditional
    • But let us consider: by what means in
    • Let us allow ourselves, once, to take up a
    • concepts, we would be doing something completely different of
    • I want to remain entirely within the popular consciousness. Let
    • presupposes that each step during practice is completed with as
    • minutes away it is even more silent, and more silent. Let us
    • soul to complete: the power of love.
    • taken as some sort of complete power of knowledge. But if one
    • spiritual researcher in order with complete common sense to be
    • control in a completely satisfactory manner that of which I
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture I: The Significance of Supersensible Knowledge Today
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    • to transplant it into a completely different culture. If
    • Let us
    • required now is complete mutual understanding, not just
    • complete understanding is necessary. Human beings must be
    • to complete understanding. The followers of particular faiths
    • conscious of the tendencies that are coming to the fore. Let
    • Let us consider
    • they are. Just to sit-back in comfort and let things take
    • ever endured without a religious foundation. Let someone
    • Let us consider
    • Let us look at
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    • senses, far from being complete in itself, is a manifestation
    • world is therefore not complete to the spiritual researcher,
    • Let us now
    • “below,” let us try to get a clear picture of how
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    • the significance of suffering. Let us look at one such
    • with ridicule and derision. Let us now imagine two persons,
    • life. If it is able to let death arise, and continuously
    • complete destruction had it gained the upper hand. But it
    • but let me give you an example to make it clearer still. When
    • This feeling inspires the tragic poet to let the suffering to
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    • a kingdom by itself. Let us now consider this issue in the
    • to say that the world is imperfect or incomplete because it
    • contains evil; rather it is complete for that very reason.
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    • the ether body before it has become completely independent.
    • the child should not learn the significance of the letters of
    • research makes all these subtleties understandable and throws
    • judgment, let alone do so earlier. It is absurd for such
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    • four members are in reality four entities that are completely
    • the surrounding world of nature. Let us look at what takes
    • be a human being. The letters that spell MAN are, as it were,
    • area where there is an abundance of tsetse flies and let them
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    • aspects of an individual's nature into consideration, let us
    • Let us remind
    • education that reach further completion in the second half.
    • Let us begin
    • because the embryo is completely protected by the surrounding
    • The brain of a seven-year old may still be incomplete, but
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    • of today's European is completely different from that of the
    • complete harmony with modern culture, and with modern
    • recognized by outsiders. Never to let it be known that one is
    • he experiences there is completely different from anything
    • thought when his attention is completely withdrawn from
    • Let us look for
    • These words of Plato are spoken completely in the sense of
    • by an individual when he has completely purified all
    • stretch a lance of spiritual love, the completely
    • writing, but one that is connected with nature's secrets. Let
    • plant dies completely; materially its offspring is a
    • completely new creation. This dying and new coming-into-being
    • is completely misleading; often it is such grotesque nonsense
    • breathe they accomplish only half the process; to complete it
    • attain, by breathing in the Rosicrucian manner, a complete
    • completely formed and built up by spiritual beings and
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    • objections are invalid, let us proceed with today's
    • descended from spiritual heights and let their essence stream
    • is meant by this, let us look at a significant legend from
    • repeating itself for someone who is completely immersed in
    • Let us now look
    • mankind with love. Wagner saw it as his mission not to let
    • should not be there to illustrate the poetry, but to complete
    • account; someone chosen as leader might be completely unknown
    • Ages. He wanted to elevate the concept of Emperor by letting
    • by Wagner, for from the motif of faith he lets sound forth
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    • Such initiates were mentioned in every epoch. Let us make it
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    • December of 1911. No complete stenographic record exists of this address,
    • December of 1911. No complete stenographic record exists of this address,
    • No complete stenographic record exists of this address, but only notes
    • inaugurated. Records exist, but they are neither entire or complete.
    • the content of this lecture be completely independent of all those he
    • Let's
    • something completely new, something born from the spirit of that new
    • place in a completely different way than is the case with normal
    • nothing but complete free will for such a way of working is
    • in the completion of Society's house in Stuttgart, the so-called
    • brochure. At the same time he wrote a letter to Dr. Steiner in which
    • years”. The many complaining letters revolving around this
    • disorder, which had deeply infected his person. His open letter of
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    • should not speak of man's knowledge, but of the complete man manifesting
    • in complete unity. He made sacrifices to his spiritual-divine Beings. As a
    • life of the West come to existence. A complete human being like Goethe
    • through him. In Greece the poet let the Muse speak through him to his
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    • to a certain extent completely under the influence of the
    • completely from the human being. Even when we are asleep, our
    • have changed completely in the course of human evolution,
    • because the gods had not as yet completely forsaken him, but
    • workshop for the earthly being. But man does not completely
    • abandonment is not complete, he will once more be able to
    • sleep, but also as a complete human being, when he is awake. In
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    • all men, who had already completed its humanity upon the Sun: a
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    • through our senses. Let us now look upon the so-called lifeless
    • earth's mineral kingdom; let us look upon everything
    • skeleton, or the earth's solid substance, so that when we
    • of a skeleton, or of solid parts, but also of water, air, etc.,
    • endowed with consciousness. Let us now turn away our gaze from
    • is a fully conscious state. In order to simplify matters, let
    • Let
    • us now envisage something else — let us consider the
    • Let
    • transition of one annual cycle into the next, let us now pass
    • astral consciousness, through a cosmic star-consciousness. Let
    • Let
    • of the earth. Let this be a sign to you that the earth too has
    • Let
    • spiritual science. Let us unfold within our heart that
    • which marks the beginning of a new year. Let us try to attune
  • Title: Spiritual Relations in the Configuration of the Human Organism: Lecture I
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    • fills your consciousness completely, you are nothing else than this
    • red. You can realize this especially well, if you, let us say, imagine
    • to the organs of digestion, or, let us say, to the kidney-system. The
    • itself only through the fact that we can call ourselves completely grown
    • from the head completes itself really only at this time. The head is
    • up to the 35th year of life its vibrations in the head have completely
    • in the right way a droplet of living water, through which the etheric
    • will have need in science of this completion which can come only from
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    • exists in our environment. Let us look at first other things, which
    • us our own laws. We cannot, let us say, eat cabbage, cannot let it arrive
    • would take up the foodstuffs and completely dissolve them. We would
    • — it was only completely killed inside the intestinal canal and
    • continuously destroyed. Such an organ as the stomach is completely destroyed
    • in the course of 7–8 years. Its substance is completely demolished,
    • completely in order, but the astral body is not strong enough to take
    • right;, but let us assume now, that it is working too strongly. If this
    • and how they have to work in the right way. Let us assume, for example,
    • a stomach-carcinoma at all, but would take care very much, let us say,
    • in bringing about a balance, as presented in the pamphlet, — which
    • and a completely different music of civilization comes about.
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    • from the Dark Age into the Light Age, present cognition has to completely
    • How was this done? Let us
    • hair becoming limp. While, when he passed — let us say, by red blooming
    • it completely. One knew that the human physical organism “is not
    • can be evened out in a completely natural way and something where one
    • in a precise way was that if man takes something completely from the
    • once more by an example. Let us assume that a physician of today is
    • making a diagnosis of, let us say, an enlargement of the heart. He does
    • The process of renewal is indeed happening continuously; let us then
    • imagine that the new heart moved in (red) before the old heart is completely
    • an earthworm because otherwise he would have been taken up completely
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    • For people completely fail to notice that there is only a
    • logically proved. So let us tackle the question today,
    • K. F. E. Thrandorff, 1782-1863. Wrote an open letter
    • clergyman let it be known — and it should be alright to
    • spiritual life, about an aspect of theosophy that completely
    • Let us take a simple hypothetical example. I could just
    • everyday occurrences. Let us suppose that three or four people
    • are preparing to go out for a drive. They plan to travel, let
    • very often, the case. So let us examine it. If we see a party
    • sight, let us say. Instead of going with the others, that
    • point where I completely eliminate the chauffeur's free will,
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    • consider another aspect. Let us take an example quite
    • differently? Again, let us look at Goethe's meeting with Karl
    • can go deeper still and ask different questions. Let us return
    • skeleton, Death, opened its mouth and people saw inside it a
    • Let
    • Let us look at it rationally for a moment. A person in a state
    • controlled by the individual. Let us take the phenomenon of Goethe's
    • literary simpletons and deluded readers would find deep wisdom
    • and Ahriman in every expression of antipathy. By letting
    • antipathy, we are letting ourselves be carried through
    • Without hurting anyone's feelings, of course, let us consider
    • pass judgment, you do it in a certain way. Let us take a random
    • incomplete way if we examine it solely according to what it
    • Let
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    • will of course apply to every possible level of life. So let us
    • Let
    • question from the headmaster produced a complete schedule the
    • review their past achievements and let the wisdom of
    • went so far that the completely “undecorated”
    • the sake of simplicity let us take a man driving himself in a
    • the basis of happenings on the physical plane. Let us look once
    • fashion of looking at his heredity, and so on. However, let us
    • to say that every human action is a product of freedom. Let me
    • letters. He does the same round every day. I expect you will
    • cannot alter the addresses of the letters he gets. There is now
    • now let us imagine another person, younger perhaps. I
    • oxygen. But we must not let monism deceive us.
    • letting it rest there, he will be strengthening and steeling
    • to heart. Then, taking this illustration as a basis, let us
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    • essentials, let us return to considering the human being as
    • with it when we simply look at all that has happened completely
    • in his sixty-second letter of 1674.
    • expressing itself. And unless this egotism is completely rooted
    • also be a bad deed, a morally bad deed. Let us look at morally
    • purpose is precisely to let us observe the deed in such a way
    • and has not become an eye that can completely eliminate itself
    • have come to the point of being able to let it enter the stream
    • is like this: Let us look again at a figure such as Goethe, who
    • might also imagine a painter who wanted to be completely free
    • their course in cycles, and when a cycle has been completed, an
    • life of the world. A cycle has to be complete in regard to
    • completion — an ebbing — emptiness again. Then
    • understand this completely. We can ask ourselves the
    • Let
    • us look at what this means. You cannot say we are completely
    • world and letting it pass through us, we really do receive
    • the spiritual impulse and letting it stream in, we do not need
    • to brood. For then we know that if only we let these spiritual
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    • be acquired by a complete restriction of observation to what is
    • they have completely lost sight of what is behind the
    • is completely bowled over. If you take an ordinary person,
    • if you bring spiritual science to someone who is completely
    • This way of thinking is completely wrong. You will never win
    • say, “What do you want? We are on a completely
    • pretend to build a world view, let them. However, a world view
    • following interesting thing can happen. Forgive me if I let you
    • lets mental images pass, for they are only another word for
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    • how many people think concretely when, let us say, they read
    • conception of the right? Let us examine the matter by taking
    • clumsy is the completely concrete conception “he does
    • conceived entirely in pictures. In the pamphlet which was
    • abstractions—in that pamphlet itself I strove as far as
    • concrete pictures at all. Today, to read a social pamphlet or
    • which shuts him off completely from the world of the dead;
    • full understanding, and on the other hand also letting the
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    • prevails among men. Today let us spend a little time on
    • Let us try to
    • language is a complete foreigner. The real inner spiritual
    • completely abstract; and hence are not understood at all by
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture I: The Difference Between Man and Animal
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    • merely on the level of a cheap novelette! Or, to give another example,
    • But now let us look at the
    • often described. Let us look at very important characteristic in the
    • of the Threshold. He can let this happen the easy way by passing in a
    • Let us consider the eye.
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    • Let us be willing to look
    • Now let us go minutely into
    • first find myself completely in harmony. There is absolutely nothing
    • in accordance with existing conditions. Let us then consider the three
    • from reality. Therefore let us give him a grizzly picture of setting
    • when carried out by men today, for they are obsolete, they have become
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    • something like an embryo of the complete being. That also must be so.
    • and death are never finished, never actually bring to completion the
    • the abstract and completely dried up religious conceptions that still
    • experiments and let the experiments say what they themselves should
    • than let the spiritual world play a part in you. Otherwise you do not
    • to let his experiments or his investigations dictate everything to him.
    • just let thoughts go by with as little trouble as possible. Many people
    • that are devoured so sensationally are also read by letting the pictures
    • not letting the thoughts be broken but keeping them coherent and connected.
    • People very often remark when, let us say, the relation of three men
    • better he lets sympathy have its say and gives as his verdict: what
    • say: You are completely wrong! And these meetings are not infrequent.
    • very pleasant—but let us leave spiritual things alone when we
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    • himself or let the coal drop. This is an experience arising very often
    • in those who meditate. They do not seek to let their sound human intelligence
    • else in this sphere is dilettantism.
    • clear in your mind about, let us say, the mother's love (you can do
    • social reformers and social thinkers. Try for once to let work upon
    • laws, in this devising of social and political laws, let themselves
    • For let us not forget this—that thinkers looked upon as very enlightened
    • when appearing among people who also belong, let us say, to some occult
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    • mere dilettantism to believe that it is very scholarly to establish
    • And now let us look at the
    • evolution as the fifth post-Atlantean period. They were not completely
    • let us say a point during the fifth century before the event of Golgotha,
    • Modern men can let work
    • Let us for once think what
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    • noticed today amid the confusion and turmoil of events. But let us look
    • established in the course of recent decades, since the year 1867; let
    • hatred, let us look in conformity with the truth. It will then be discovered
    • of Goethe himself which arises when you have let the book have its affect
    • is only the first part of an incomplete trilogy, or the fact that in
    • in the recently published booklet on Goethe, where I spoke of how Goethe
    • something completed in Goethe's advanced age, something, however, on
    • his soul, then we have a frail, brittle work everywhere incomplete in
    • in doing when, on his Italian travels (read his letters), he believes
    • so on. What he considered important was to let Linnaeus work upon him
    • here to let the intellect be fructified by the conceptions of Spiritual
    • what was attainable and what was out of reach. When we let such a poem
    • as The Mysteries work upon us, or when we let Pandora
    • feeling that in this very incompletion there lies something that must
    • 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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    • morning just after you have received a cheerful letter and how
    • body completely matches its form and image to the soul life,
    • gossip, inquisitive or tend towards temper outbursts or, let's
    • when we come to grips with it completely. Don't believe that
    • is repetition. When a repetition is completed and a conclusion
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    • a complete different kind of comprehension and types of ideas
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    • so that from what is contained in these episodic lectures, a complete
    • circle complete, covered with hemispheres equally incomplete, expresses
    • from without. Let us begin by supposing that someone approaches if from
    • Here let us begin by noticing that the building stands on a sort of
    • such forms as these must be discerned in complete independence, they
    • organic shapes are formed. The motive completing the windows above is
    • structure. What this actually is can perhaps only be completely grasped
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    • has the feeling that this. line has to be completed in thought (dotted
    • let ourselves be lulled in dreams. This is the thing which I specially
    • We will now let the seven
    • escapes, this building is only complete when the smoke is rising. It
    • out these ideas in a more complete way, but a beginning must be made
    • feel, here is reality, they will not let it evolve. If it was a matter
    • it would be a matter of complete indifference to them, they would only
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    • age begins and here you find the only word written in letters, the Ich
    • in written letters. The intellectual method of representing a word,
    • the ego through letters. And it falls into place naturally by the side
    • cannot, let us say, paint a face according to colour in such a way that
    • that men let it get no further than their understanding, and then they
    • and do not let it reach their hearts. This observation I wish to link
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    • of Faust, things looked completely different from how they
    • We shall shortly hear how completely in the ancient wisdom
    • been completely revolutionised, a real soul-development has
    • Faust: “Meseemth he softly coileth magic
    • simple phenomenon Faust sees also something spiritual.Let us
    • growls. But let us be quite clear that those are spiritual
    • Let not thine eager pen itself o'er hurry!”
    • has arrived at complete materialism; now he has reached the
    • believe they understand a quotation of this kind. Let me read
    • “So that he may be completely
    • complete renewal of his nature, the removal of evil,
    • golden spring, experiences a complete renewal of his
    • Let must
    • this way, is as complete nonsense as to say: “I am John
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    • completely in the lurch, and knowing nothing himself of what
    • connections, can see that there is nothing dilettante about
    • whereby — as otherwise in sleep — the complete
    • Stream and streamlet downward springing.
    • spiritual beings that we are shown, in the Goethe lets us see
    • In the owlet's nest I took a peek
    • no way dilettante.
    • one. Goethe pictures nothing in a dilettante way; he makes
    • remained completely conscious; for had he not been conscious
    • Let but the spirit of lies enamour
    • dilettare into the German dilettieren that is
    • A dilettante wrote it. Even
    • The players are dilettante too.
    • Excuse my vanishing. As dilettante 'tis my diversion
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    • all given word-for-word in the pamphlet that is called
    • Let us take a concept that is infinitely important.
    • and astral body. Let us look at the animal. It is interesting
    • colleague, as I am the other examiner let me now ask the
    • Mr. X, you seem to be a complete blockhead today. Then the
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    • germ-cell before impregnation, and let us ask ourselves what
    • him to be completely paralysed.
    • wisdom, quoted the remarkable number 183. Let us now reckon
    • that we have as complete woldd-evolutions Saturn. Sun
    • completed its development. The polaric 7, Hyperborean 7,
    • We have now completed Atlantis.
    • about whichwe cannot speak as of something completed, and
    • have a picture let us take any river — say the Rhine.
    • completes its circulation here. But this water is divided up
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    • backward in time and let his soul dive down into the fourth
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    • Paris and his train, and Helena, into captivity. Paris he let
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VI: The Helena Saga and the Riddle of Freedom
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    • Ahriman, to explain: “For Heaven's sake, let us avoid
    • Let us
    • his mother. Laius did not let this deter him from the
    • under a complete illusion. He did not know who his father and
    • so that he can wield a certain sword, then and then only let
    • Let me now
    • time. Let us assume therefore: Up yonder are the three
    • in that direction let us turn. This, at the least, seems to
    • with this, one says: “Let us above all attach ourselves
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    • completely untrue. Such misunderstandings often arise and it
    • significant letter. I have often quoted this letter because
    • In a pamphlet,
    • Today, man has so to say descended, and has completely lost
    • have not completely left the world below, and we find
    • cannot be completely dealt with in one lecture; we will speak
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    • a complete human being, how to widen human nature. But Goethe
    • to complete consciousness, was called by the Greeks Diana.
    • from the sub-earthly power of Hecate. And Goethe lets all
    • and from there to let the different peoples gradually surge
    • concepts, on the other idealistic concepts, we must then let
    • realist, but both idealist and realist, letting the two
    • brings, but into all that conceals the eternal, he has to let
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    • let him keep the instruments, the apparatus, and he then set
    • there appear the deep colors, blue, violet and so forth. If
    • to be put together for yellow or red, blue or violet, to
    • and theories in thought, but to keep strictly to letting the
    • complete scheme for phyccs from this point of view. In this
    • thinking, but not letting it interfere in results. Where
    • nature, but to be completely materialistic, letting the
    • able to make the two into one whole, letting the one be
    • pure perception in each separate sphere, pu let the things
    • spiritual science, letting the two reflect one another. Thus,
    • or the other, but we let not theories but two perceptions,
    • explain some phenomena of nature or of life. Let us look at a
    • year, let us say, or 45th or 42nd — in some year of his
    • old. Let us assume he wishes to be really clear about, let us
    • soul worked in a completely different fashion. Those who are
    • as much. For what we wish is completely immaterial. It would
    • theories but are induced to let nature, through her material
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    • human being must come if he wishes to acquire complete
    • but for the Greek it meant entering a completely different
    • Let us sum up
    • be changed into that of the complete Homo by turning to what,
    • explaining Hamlet by attributing to him the principle of
    • to advise Homunculus how to become man, complete man. For
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    • apart from any superstition connected with him; but now let
    • Let us
    • absolutely complete. Goethe was not one of those who took
    • if you let Goethe's book on Winckelmann work upon you, you
    • Hail the breeze that softly swelleth!
    • Hail the grot where mystery dwelleth!
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    • think you will agree that we should not be complete human
    • indeed complete nonsense. The truth is that, were the animal
    • equilibrium does he succeed in becoming complete man.
    • Aesthetic Letters.
    • Aesthetic Letters,
    • Imagine how Schiller believed that in these letters, written
    • Aesthetic Letters
    • approaching man, and by letting Homunculus fructify in the
    • significance. Let us suppose then that someone reads
    • Hamerling's Homunculus and lets work upon him what
    • evolution of his Homunculus, how he was completely under the
    • Hamerling emphasises in his Homunculus, had they let it work
    • very deep layer of consciousness. Let us penetrate it, let us
    • permeate our feeling with it, let us learn to understand the
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    • the objection: In natural science one must not be a dilettante
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    • in Sinai. Let's remind ourselves about our contemplation of the
    • began, was this: those people who were completely dependent on
    • Let's place ourselves once more in the Egyptian culture. Much
    • legislation; it is real dilettantism to place the Ten
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    • through spiritual science. Let's try to bring this into harmony
    • the face of the earth was completely transformed. Previously
    • something happens, something which for instance lets the
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    • for him. Then he let himself go. ‘The Lord hath delivered him
    • Let
    • man's creative powers. Let us, then, go further, and imagine
    • offered a complete contrast to Haeckel's own development and to
    • little balls, or spheres, enable me, let us say, to
    • the consciousness of the man of whom, let us say, I perfectly
    • of a dream or by means of the senses. Let us, for instance,
    • incomplete brain, enabling it at a later period to become the
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume III: Lecture I
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    • and spirit before the present epoch. Even when they let the old
    • Let us turn our gaze for example to those historic
    • hand they were influenced by Aristotelianism. Let us consider
    • into Europe along the path I have just indicated. Let us
    • Let
    • of this a certain condition came about. For let us now consider
    • personality! We hear a person of today letting one thought
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  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture III: The Mission of the Scandanavian Peoples
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    • proximity. We cannot let ourselves be guided entirely by general
    • difference in the way in which since 1914, let us say, you thought
    • Let me put it like this — A special gift in connection with the
    • into complete decadence, this egotistical answer will not suffice. It
    • repudiated the pessimism in a subsequent pamphlet. Of course, it is
    • shaking a lazy humanity out of its lethargy and helping it onwards.
    • old beaten tracks. Those however who let this opposition deter them
    • On this note, then, we will conclude. Let me express to you my
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    • Let us now follow the boy
    • Zurich. Let us try once more to picture him with the mind's eye, as
    • he stood in the pulpit in the Zurich Minster, now completely
    • letter from her son's tutor, who was living in the house. What were
    • the contents of this letter? Roughly as follows. Education was a
    • And now let
    • other. Let us first consider the results of his spiritual
    • itself. That cannot be a something complete in its existence, for a
    • completed existence in the inner self would be equal to what
    • appears as completed existence within the outer senses. It must
    • that Ego which is grounded not on a completed being, but on
    • complete being, but which from the source of the divine world-
    • a flame which shall induce every one to think for himself. Let no
    • one repeat my words after me, but let each one be stimulated by me
    • The following is an extract from the letter sent by Karl August to
    • New Communications. Seven Letters from Fichte to Goethe.
    • Two Letters from Fichte to Schiller.)]
    • attack was pressed home. The enemy never afterwards let go their
    • then wrote a private letter, which however was viewed as an official
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    • and what should it become in the future? To this end, let us compare,
    • permeated the Christmas festival. On the other hand, let us compare
    • complete renewal of the human spirit in its very essence
    • Beloved singers mine, let's gather as a clan
    • Let us greet God-Father on His highest throne
    • And let us greet also His only Son.
    • Let us greet the Holy Spirit by name
    • Let us greet Joseph and Mary mild,
    • Let us greet the ox and also the ass,
    • Let us greet them through sunlight and moonshine
    • Let us greet them through foliage and grassy blade,
    • Let us greet the emperor and his crown,
    • Let us greet the squire, Sir Palfi by name,
    • Let us greet our fathers of the church, so stern,
    • Let us greet the judge and the jury elect
    • Let us greet the honored council of this place
    • Let us greet them through the roots, large and small,
    • Let us greet the slats, so carefully matched,
    • Let us greet the scissors that can stretch out far
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  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 1 of 9
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    • path inspired by the lofty Krishna was balanced and completed by what
    • speak to you here last time we let our spiritual gaze journey far
    • produces in us when we let this
    • poem really is. Let us for once place this before us quite
    • completely new, and almost equally new were the feelings,
    • for him. But first let us ask, to what extent does Western mankind
    • Now let him stand
    • proofs and scientific arguments. Let us imagine all that Socrates
    • the situation under which he speaks them. Let us take all the power
    • Now let us think of
    • Let us enter the soul
    • Let
    • before a Being who demands to be recognized only as his own Self. Let him
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 2 of 9
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    • path inspired by the lofty Krishna was balanced and completed by what
    • could not help being impressed by its marvelous composition. Let us
    • race. If we cannot do this, we are not yet completely ready for
    • preparation in our age for a true occult development. Let those who
    • over the historical epochs and races of mankind — let them
    • Let us admit that at once. (Here I should like to remark, especially
    • what I say, let me give you a radical example. You will think it
    • clairvoyance. Let me make a rather crude comparison.
    • is accepted in blind faith and given out as gospel truth. Let me
    • Let us grasp what
    • expression of a deep occult truth. Let us assume that someone really
    • possibility exists of letting this world of sense vanish from his
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 3 of 9
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    • path inspired by the lofty Krishna was balanced and completed by what
    • Let us begin by
    • flesh-pots of Egypt. Let us not imagine that it is an easy thing to
    • bitter feelings, let us try to understand how one actually comes to
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 4 of 9
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    • path inspired by the lofty Krishna was balanced and completed by what
    • what Krishna is. Referring again to what was said yesterday, let us
    • Let us suppose that
    • paradox appears, for sleep after all is characterized by the complete
    • than to speculate as to who they may have been earlier. Let us say
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 5 of 9
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    • Let us now consider
    • short time completely undermine his health. But people mostly have so
    • Let us imagine a man of
    • the people of the West. Now let us assume that this man had managed
    • nerve structures of the brain; he lets them run loose. It is possible
    • arguments today, and people never notice their complete lack of
    • conditions. He shows how human life at that time was completely
    • Now let us imagine that
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 6 of 9
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    • path inspired by the lofty Krishna was balanced and completed by what
    • therefore help us complete our picture of him.
    • actions the body experiences. The soul can become a complete whole,
    • preceding epoch; then we get a correct concept of what Krishna lets
    • If we let the changing
    • let us assume every soul would have developed in itself a higher
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 7 of 9
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    • path inspired by the lofty Krishna was balanced and completed by what
    • Let us imagine we have
    • this truth has never yet been found in one single and complete whole
    • reason but our whole soul is illumined when we let the truth come to
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    • path inspired by the lofty Krishna was balanced and completed by what
    • as is contained, let us say, in the works of Solovieff, Hegel and
    • appear utter dilettantism to anyone who had access to the real
    • Let us imagine that
    • flowed. Let us imagine the man
    • Let us consider the way
    • Let us imagine that a
    • blue, indigo, violet, tamas colors. One may say effects of light and
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    • path inspired by the lofty Krishna was balanced and completed by what
    • guiding the universe. They were completely attached to the so-called
    • Let us put forward some
    • more preliminary ideas before we set out to answer this question. Let
    • current of development. It would be a dilettante way of beginning to
    • dilettante method because it leads to nothing. One may form societies
    • occult dilettantism as to keep on declaiming the equality of all
    • outcome of the dilettante comparison of religions that can also be
    • pamphlets, it was necessary to say something, although a discussion
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    • completely changed when, after our passage through the spiritual
    • point of being able to see the blue of the heavens as completely
    • through the blue sky. For him it must no longer be a boundary. Or let
    • themselves a complete experience, after Initiation they become merely
    • characteristic of knowing quickly, let us say, how one ought to behave
    • the Initiated a mere means to an end. Let us try now to be quite clear
    • things with the usual and familiar means ceases completely. Try to
    • Let us suppose that some being, the Moses individuality for example,
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    • This will have indicated how a person should not let feelings and
    • senses. Let us not think in this connection of some dull, prosaic
    • do not let us imagine that anyone who has become a seer must forfeit
    • to-day): “Let the matter be put to the test indirectly through
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    • Cosmos, completely hidden from him is everything that could point to
    • peculiar situation. You have had to drink the waters of Lethe, to
    • Let us bring before our souls what the Initiate experienced in these
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    • let us express in a readily understandable picture something that is
    • Let us enter into the tragic mood of one about to be initiated during
    • Let us try to transport ourselves as vividly as we can into the frame
    • spiritual sight. Let us follow the evolution of the Earth, and we
    • Let us take an Initiate of later times when, having freed his ego and
    • them, he looked down at them from outside, and let us picture what he
    • with calculating debit and credit, let us say, or with the usages of
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture I: The Birth of the Intellect and the Mission of Christianity
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    • Let us now turn to Christianity. The brotherhood of man and the cult
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    • same nature. Let us then rise to the thought of the ideal of humanity
    • nothing but scattered letters, man being the word, living and
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    • stage of evolution. The mistletoe, for instance, is a token of
    • sacred of all plants. Mistletoe is a survival from the lunar epoch of
    • the relation between the mistletoe and man. There is an echo of this
    • mistletoe because the mistletoe is a hostile element from the
    • being between man and the Gods, just as the mistletoe is half-way
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    • Let us now turn to the phenomenon of the dream.
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    • Let us take another comparison. The higher soul is closely linked with
    • vision which arises during the sleeping state, is still incomplete.
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    • Let us, to begin with, leave its purely historical value out of
    • etheric world. The death of Christ was a full and complete death in
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    • After lengthy osteological studies of the skeleton of man and of the
    • complete. We finally begin to be aware of what lies beyond the
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    • abstractedly. Effects we can perceive, and a complete history of those
    • itself. We should try in vain to describe a man's character, but let
    • “The completeness of Nature displays itself to another sense in a
    • similar way. Let the eye be closed, let the sense of hearing be
    • Let us endeavour to form some conception of the astral world. We must
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture XI: The Devachanic World (Heaven)
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    • completely over to the ether-world and nothing remains from one
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    • Runic scripts — every letter of which has ideographic meaning
    • from all others. Let us imagine these words congealing somewhat as water
    • And now, instead of a process of densification, let us imagine the
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    • Let us try to envisage an all-embracing mind, a mind to which all
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    • manifestation. Let us imagine a substance which is heated to a high
    • form-earth, It is endowed with a remarkable property. Let us imagine a
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture XVII: Redemption and Liberation
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    • alludes to this in Faust, in the words: “Let us
    • the Spirits of Fire, had not completed their evolution, and instead of
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    • condition. To understand the nature of sleep, let us remind
    • says: Do what I have done. Let the great formula, “In
    • reached when the inner word has become flesh completely
    • to be fettered to his physical body. Now let us read how this
    • of the complete extinction, the death of the lower nature. He
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    • questionable whether this path is still open. Let us again
    • be.” One must completely fill oneself with this feeling
    • It signifies that he is completely taken up into the
    • and let God hold his sway:
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    • fourth grade was achieved when complete inner harmony and
    • is complete. Jesus answered him, and said that it will become
    • John. This is significant. Let us clarify the meaning of this
    • spoke in a completely different way.
    • much. In Lemurian times he had no skeleton. This was formed
    • body with its hard skeleton. Christ Jesus is that spirit
    • is symbolised by the solid human skeleton. As long as man had
    • not reached the stage of having a hard skeleton, he did not
    • express it by calling the skeleton the exterior; water, the
    • skeleton, the symbol for the lifeless in nature. Through this
    • skeleton, Christ is connected with the present cycle of man's
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture I: The Being of Man
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    • a man might receive a letter intended to bring about action of some
    • power but not the ideas to carry out a particular project. The letter
    • the letter. For example, if four words out of five were deleted and
    • Let us first consider
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    • and every feeling is a reality, and if I let myself think that someone
    • were the basic skeleton of Spirit-land. It can be compared with the solid
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    • between them. Let us consider what happens to a man from the moment
    • depends entirely on his senses. Let us think away everything that comes
    • the pamphlet written by the spiritualist, Langsdorf, in which he professes
    • doctrine and spread it abroad. In his pamphlet he purports to be quoting
    • have dissolved completely before a man returns to a new incarnation.
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    • Let us observe the feeling
    • body. There can never be complete harmony. This is the reason for the
    • holds back the soul from complete incarnation. Only a part of the soul
    • the higher members of a man's being unite completely with the embryo
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VI: The Upbringing of Children. Karma.
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    • Any such explanation is bound to be incomplete, for I shall not be putting
    • Let us consider first
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    • When one form was complete, the tentacle withdrew, stretched itself
    • God said, Let there be light: and there was light. And God saw the light
    • nature around them, and they were self-less. They were complete
    • flew as though in air. Now the Earth developed a solid skeleton of rocks,
    • parallel with the development of the human skeleton. Bone-formation
    • completed its evolution, some of these gods had not fully evolved with
    • the Earth and for humanity. They could not rise completely beyond the
    • whom the migrants had complete faith; through his wisdom he picked out
    • colony developed in complete isolation. From there colonisers went out
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    • consciousness”. When an ordinary person is completely withdrawn
    • acts as the Guru of another, who entrusts himself to his Guru completely
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    • become the rule in our social life. So begins a complete disregard of
    • to rest in it and your soul to be filled with it. Then you let the idea
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    • not to let anyone finish what he is saying, you must keep a watch on
    • letter M. Every letter of the alphabet can be traced back to an occult
    • think of the Earth as consisting of a series of layers, not completely
    • of their astral will and let loose the forces of the Fire-Earth layer,
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    • understood to mean any dilettantish interference by one side into the
    • complete reality — so complete, in fact, that in the future
    • First, let us consider
    • should observe what actually takes place in a patient when, let us
    • Now let us examine the
    • relationship has become completely veiled. This true relationship
    • dilettantish doctoring and that the doctor is a dilettante priest! If
    • physician be interested in half priest-half doctor dilettantism? It
    • dilettantism. That will be one of their responsibilities. And
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    • the formative forces that were poured into the skeletal system and
    • if they are well-schooled (let us say a Benedictine or Jesuit or
    • human beings must know themselves. And they demand complete knowledge
    • nothing at all; they let God hold sway in them. That is how they
    • completely penetrate the organism. Also there must be a certain
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    • completely in the ordinary course of evolution in three thousand
    • years. Let me show by this line (see drawing above) that something
    • interfering in each other's field in a dilettantish fashion. This
    • Let us continue
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    • seven the physical body has been completely renewed, even to the
    • perceive that there is a complete qualitative difference between the
    • present as a complete second body when the change of teeth takes
    • Now let us look into
    • twenty-eight years? Well, the surrounding world does in fact let us
    • show clearly that the earlier forces of growth are now completely
    • now given complete responsibility for our human form. This moment of
    • dilettante — then one must ask oneself, has too much, perhaps,
    • her inner nature from developing complete freedom of soul and is too
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    • it to enter the physical and etheric bodies completely, and this
    • Now let us look at the
    • by letting them tell about their conditions. They talk more
    • also interesting if one lets them talk about themselves. To
    • They'll tell you if you let them ramble on — you mustn't ask
    • completely, but almost so.
    • almost completely lost the faculty of the ego organization that
    • after puberty, so that then the ego can completely unfold by the
    • the saint. Let us use that term, for modern medicine has no word for
    • complete waking sleep given over to the bodily functions, which are
    • want to penetrate the physical body completely, does not want to
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    • evolution a complete reversal has taken place in the conception of
    • before psychoanalysis intervened in such a frightfully dilettantish
    • relate himself to them completely; he had a fine sense for everything
    • life he is completely overwhelmed by the consequences of the animal
    • to Pottenstein, shoots himself in the head; the bullet lodges in the
    • work. This is an example of karma working itself out completely, in a
    • possible and they had to leave the bullet in the head, so that after
    • two extremes, how it holds them apart, sometimes letting them work
    • healing process complete. They will reach the moment when they are no
    • convalescents, their physical healing will not be complete without
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    • a human being in a completed condition and elaborated within. It is
    • Now let us go further.
    • current physiology of the senses is like a completely foreign body to
    • them in a dilettantish fashion. And they pile hypothesis upon
    • forth, and are completely missing the fact that all the senses flow
    • dilettantish way — that is, criticize natural science from the
    • Now let us go down
    • by the lymph vessels lets one see how lymph goes into the blood and
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    • Now let us get back to
    • Let us consider first
    • Now let us look at the
    • formation, if we are not absolutely alert and in complete control of
    • Let us review the
    • Let us look at the
    • things, we come to see that they are completely interwoven. Then we
    • But now let us look at
    • carry it into the universe. Let the picture stand before us —
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    • Today let us hold clearly
    • Now let us consider
    • But now let us go to
    • the outer world. Let us start from the human physical body
    • Therefore let us
    • Let us look at these
    • physical and etheric bodies completely saturated by the astral body
    • Let us look at the
    • Let us look again at
    • worry them unduly! Let the monists and the others fight with one
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    • at their foundation has been completely forgotten in this age of
    • world but in reality a dilettante, holds forth to the effect that one
    • completely submerged in the current passive science. Today human
    • Today therefore, let us put something before our souls as a kind of
    • Let us think of the
    • Now let us go from
    • And now let us go to
    • But now let us
    • So let us do some more
    • But let us go further.
    • Let us see how the average human life of seventy-two years fits into
    • the Platonic cosmic year. Let us count the seventy-two years as
    • lives. Let us reckon this great cosmic year in which each single day
    • painter who prepares a canvas and then paints on it, let us try
    • here again we could present numbers, but let us take the qualitative
    • we are doing, we find something extraordinarily interesting. Let this
    • organization of the human head. Let us suppose that we collect
    • it, something in the universe that is completely irrational.
    • his country and let them show him various stars through the
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    • seemed to show a lack of harmony. It was said: If there were complete
    • today this can no longer be completely understood, still it is an
    • Let us consider human
    • consciousness, and let us compare the two states. We know that in
    • Let us look at the physical and etheric bodies. Of what do we
    • Let us now consider
    • in a given case. This will all build up for them into a complete
    • completely permeated by the content of this brief meditation, you
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    • understood to mean any dilettantish interference by one side into the
    • complete reality — so complete, in fact, that in the future
    • First, let us consider
    • should observe what actually takes place in a patient when, let us
    • Now let us examine the
    • relationship has become completely veiled. This true relationship
    • dilettantish doctoring and that the doctor is a dilettante priest! If
    • physician be interested in half priest-half doctor dilettantism? It
    • dilettantism. That will be one of their responsibilities. And
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    • the formative forces that were poured into the skeletal system and
    • if they are well-schooled (let us say a Benedictine or Jesuit or
    • human beings must know themselves. And they demand complete knowledge
    • nothing at all; they let God hold sway in them. That is how they
    • completely penetrate the organism. Also there must be a certain
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    • completely in the ordinary course of evolution in three thousand
    • years. Let me show by this line (see drawing above) that something
    • interfering in each other's field in a dilettantish fashion. This
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    • seven the physical body has been completely renewed, even to the
    • perceive that there is a complete qualitative difference between the
    • present as a complete second body when the change of teeth takes
    • Now let us look into
    • twenty-eight years? Well, the surrounding world does in fact let us
    • show clearly that the earlier forces of growth are now completely
    • now given complete responsibility for our human form. This moment of
    • dilettante — then one must ask oneself, has too much, perhaps,
    • her inner nature from developing complete freedom of soul and is too
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    • it to enter the physical and etheric bodies completely, and this
    • Now let us look at the
    • by letting them tell about their conditions. They talk more
    • also interesting if one lets them talk about themselves. To
    • They'll tell you if you let them ramble on — you mustn't ask
    • completely, but almost so.
    • almost completely lost the faculty of the ego organization that
    • after puberty, so that then the ego can completely unfold by the
    • the saint. Let us use that term, for modern medicine has no word for
    • complete waking sleep given over to the bodily functions, which are
    • want to penetrate the physical body completely, does not want to
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    • evolution a complete reversal has taken place in the conception of
    • before psychoanalysis intervened in such a frightfully dilettantish
    • relate himself to them completely; he had a fine sense for everything
    • life he is completely overwhelmed by the consequences of the animal
    • to Pottenstein, shoots himself in the head; the bullet lodges in the
    • work. This is an example of karma working itself out completely, in a
    • possible and they had to leave the bullet in the head, so that after
    • two extremes, how it holds them apart, sometimes letting them work
    • healing process complete. They will reach the moment when they are no
    • convalescents, their physical healing will not be complete without
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    • Let us look at human
    • a human being in a completed condition and elaborated within. It is
    • Now let us go further.
    • current physiology of the senses is like a completely foreign body to
    • them in a dilettantish fashion. And they pile hypothesis upon
    • forth, and are completely missing the fact that all the senses flow
    • dilettantish way — that is, criticize natural science from the
    • Now let us go down
    • by the lymph vessels lets one see how lymph goes into the blood and
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    • Now let us look
    • Now let us get back to
    • Let us consider first
    • Now let us look at the
    • formation, if we are not absolutely alert and in complete control of
    • Let us review the
    • Let us look at the
    • things, we come to see that they are completely interwoven. Then we
    • But now let us look at
    • carry it into the universe. Let the picture stand before us —
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    • Let us hold clearly in
    • Now let us consider
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    • the outer world. Let us start from the human physical body and
    • Therefore let us
    • Let us look at these
    • physical and etheric bodies completely saturated by the astral body
    • Let us look at the
    • Let us look again at
    • worry them unduly! Let the monists and the others fight with one
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    • at their foundation has been completely forgotten in this age of
    • world but in reality a dilettante, holds forth to the effect that one
    • completely submerged in the current passive science. Today human
    • Today therefore, let us put something before our souls as a kind of
    • Let us think of the
    • Now let us go from
    • And now let us go to
    • But now let us
    • So let us do some more
    • But let us go further.
    • Let us see how the average human life of seventy-two years fits into
    • the Platonic cosmic year. Let us count the seventy-two years as
    • lives. Let us reckon this great cosmic year in which each single day
    • painter who prepares a canvas and then paints on it, let us try
    • here again we could present numbers, but let us take the qualitative
    • we are doing, we find something extraordinarily interesting. Let this
    • organization of the human head. Let us suppose that we collect
    • it, something in the universe that is completely irrational.
    • his country and let them show him various stars through the
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    • seemed to show a lack of harmony. It was said: If there were complete
    • today this can no longer be completely understood, still it is an
    • Let us consider human
    • consciousness, and let us compare the two states. We know that in
    • Let us look at the physical and etheric bodies. Of what do we
    • Let us now consider
    • in a given case. This will all build up for them into a complete
    • completely permeated by the content of this brief meditation, you
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    • in such a way that when a letter was sounded it called up in the soul
    • [To avoid any ambiguity, capital letters will be used
    • Let us concentrate on
    • earth from without. Let us bear in mind that this was what made it
    • Let us place before
    • into a solar and a telluric element; but let us conceive too that
    • this elementary substance is only the expression of a spiritual. Let
    • ourselves through material images. Let us imagine that we have before
    • with the help of warmth, air and water. Let us try to imagine this!
    • of water, air and fire. Let us think of spirit, in the form of
    • the first letter, called forth the weaving of the habitation in substance;
    • Now let us place
    • coagulation, the physical densification of our earth. Let us imagine
    • stimulation, which is permeated with inner activity. Let us think of
    • musing home to us. Then let us think that through this creative
    • his soul. Let us try to forget the modern man's conception of
    • “heaven and earth.” Let us try to bring the two complexes
    • them in terms of Spiritual Science; but for the present let us try to
    • the potent meaning of the ancient Bible words. Let us consider those
    • Saturn, Sun and Moon evolutions. Let us ask those Beings what they
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    • to refer to the character of this language; today, however, let us
    • by the letter Bet, expresses what you would get if you
    • then the whole will seem a wonderful cosmic drama. Let us recall once
    • Let us now reflect upon what arises in our souls when we
    • evolutions. Let us see how it looks in recollection.” What it
    • Now let us take one
    • Now let us recall
    • the Moon, Sun and Saturn conditions. Let us go back to the Sun. We
    • Let us take another
    • Let us now try to
    • Let us think of what we have called tohu wabohu in its
    • darkness, in its surging interweaving of warmth, air and water; let
    • us think of it in its light-forsaken darkness. And then let us think
    • substance of the memorable verse: And God said, Let there be
    • the picture more accurately, let us turn our attention to man as he
    • is today. Let us ask ourselves how man has become what he is —
    • What would have to permeate it for it to become human? Let us put the
    • question in this way. Let us think of an animal form, and imagine
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    • said, Let there be light: and there was light. They allude to an
    • Let us begin by
    • of plant, such as the rose, the violet, the oak, and so on. For the
    • still be found today, though only in spiritual realms. Let us hold
    • as follows: Let there be a firmament in the midst of the waters, and
    • let it divide the waters from the waters.
    • element, which now emerges as something completely new. Everything
    • begin with, let us see nothing but this in what is described as
    • earth existence is about to be achieved, we read: Let us make man.
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    • let me once more draw attention to certain observations in my book
    • warmth. Let us get hold of that quite clearly. The Genesis account
    • Let us check the
    • For the time being let us ignore the condensation process which goes
    • on from warmth to air, and let us turn our attention to the process
    • of rarefaction, to the element of light. Let us take the fact that
    • mighty words: And God said, Let there be light: and there was
    • sound-ether permeates our nascent earth. Let us then ask ourselves
    • hierarchies. Let us once more remind ourselves that in the Elohim we
    • centuries they have completely ignored what occult investigation has
    • world of letters! What then is a “day” of creation? The
    • have today. To avoid too great a shock, let us take it step by step.
    • Let me first draw your attention to a doctrine held by the Gnostics.
    • groups of Beings working in Sun, Moon, Mars and so on. Let us then
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    • Elohim) said, Let there be light; and there was light is
    • at the point where the Bible says: Let there be light.
    • Genesis story is in complete accordance with the recapitulation
    • realities of the universe. That would lead us completely astray. On
    • Does Genesis say nothing of these? Let us look more closely to find
    • the moment designated by the words Let there be light the
    • [The English Authorised Version is: And God said, ... let them be
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    • Let us consider the
    • Now let us consider
    • a much lower level. Let me give you an example. A man goes to sleep
    • Now let us try to fmd
    • maya to the real being behind it. Then it is useful. So let
    • decision, saying Let us make man. In order to do this they wove
    • unknown, only dimly sensed. Let us follow up the activity of some
    • as a group, had to grow beyond themselves. Let us try to get an idea
    • of how such a thing could happen. Let us start with an illustration
    • understand the true basis of religious documents. Let us imbue
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    • we have an object in front of us — let us say a rose — we
    • stage of astral clairvoyance. Let me remind you of the scenes which
    • Let us bear in mind that the clairvoyant lives in a kind of
    • on the Moon. That was a completely new earth experience.
    • Let there be light, it meant that something new had happened, that
    • writer of the Genesis account when to the words And God said, Let
    • Let us go a step
    • of the first day, it says: And God said, Let there be a firmament
    • in the midst of the waters, and let it divide the waters from the
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    • Let there be light; and there was light. Within all this
    • Let us try to realise
    • meaning in complete harmony with what clairvoyant investigation has
    • God said, Let us make man, anyone sensitive to warmth would have
    • being when the Elohim spoke the creative word: Let us make
    • complete agreement between spiritual investigation and the Bible.
    • But now let us
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    • account refers. Let me remind you that after the six or seven
    • was completely covered with volumes of watery mist. The separation
    • days of creation, after the completion of what took place during
    • organisation. Let us look at the human being for a moment. Today we
    • themselves perceptible. Or let us say that we are coming to the
    • Now let us picture to
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    • breath of life; and man became a living soul — or, let us
    • into his body earlier, let us say, during the events of the fifth
    • expressed by the Elohim in the words Let us make man, was
    • account there — thus making his Rainbow Bible really complete!
    • about the great goal of their activity, which we call man. Let us
    • forces to the beginning of our evolution. Let us look upon this our
    • immerse ourselves in our anthroposophical life. Let us try to take
    • with us the strength which should flow from this teaching. Let us
    • carry it away with us, let us fructify our outside life with this
    • love, let the truth about the mighty origin of men shine forth from
    • this teaching into life. Let us permeate ourselves with this spirit,
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    • one. The life of Christ Jesus was completely filled with the presence
    • fact that a man who is completely given up to the habits and ways of
    • mankind. Let us try in the language of the present day to place
    • complete change took place in a single moment; nevertheless the Event
    • it this power of vision was coming to an end. Something completely new
    • Let me beg you to give these thoughts which are so pertinent to our
    • their thoughts, prefer not to let themselves be troubled with thought
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    • of a letter from North West Germany. The writer of the letter, with
    • completely overshadowed by the principle of nationalism, because the
    • the Jesuits are completely at one. That too is reminiscent of the
    • nationalistic passions as people are swayed to-day is completely
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    • Now let us ask: What is the peculiarity of this element that
    • Anthroposophy. And then complete understanding will reign between
    • who is a great Founder of religion has achieved the complete
    • attributes. Is such complete harmonisation manifest in Jesus of
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    • they had completed the preparatory stages, had undergone all the
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    • Now let us imagine that those early, divine Teachers of humanity
    • if it be in dead letters, — but this does not happen. Now that
    • and purpose in such completeness that this Event can never be
    • who cannot believe in Christ?” Here let me give you reassurance.
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    • etheric head gradually drew completely into the physical head until it
    • Let us try to picture what actually happened to the candidate for
    • completely cut off from the spiritual worlds. Individuals here and
    • And now let us look from a different point of view at the course
    • Let us consider the point at which a man's etheric body, which has
    • Let us assume that he descended so firmly and deeply into the physical
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    • the common possession of all mankind. Let us devote our studies to-day
    • Let us now consider what the impulse was that was received by
    • Let us look back once again to the knowledge proclaimed by ancient
    • stage of evolution had been completed in an earlier world-cycle. They
    • enlightenment could not yet find complete redemption. The
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    • evolution of worlds? Let us look back over the great succession of
    • We will let our mind's eye sweep across twelve centuries —
    • and they will know that one who lets himself be permeated by the
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    • reflect upon the thoughts in the Gospels; to let the whole deep
    • Usually only one is mentioned, but to complete the picture — and
    • discussed. Christ is entering upon His judgeship. Let us look more
    • stage of his existence. If a man could completely empty his being of
    • that they are beginning to let their souls be worked on by the
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    • state of sleep, when consciousness is in complete abeyance. Between
    • state — a state well understood in earlier times — let us
    • Let us try now to look into this dream-experience from the point of
    • does not mean neglecting — let us say — mere theories; it is
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    • with you again after long absence, let our first thoughts be once more
    • Now, let us unite this thought with another, with the thought which
    • to make things clear: let us think for once what might have arisen if
    • you all were merely born of your parents. Let us leave Karma out of
    • course, born into definite families; and let us only regard physical
    • complete and tremendous activity takes place. It is an interesting
    • But let us first look at the two divisions which we have just
    • lectures.) Let us first consider the life in the etheric body which
    • feelings which spiritual science can arouse in us, let us regard the
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    • our matters in the deepest depths of their hearts and have completely
    • that, let us say, which in quite a different manner, runs its course
    • the battles of the Central European peoples with, let us say, the
    • creative. Let us picture to ourselves these catacombs. There,
    • how the first announcement of Christianity was completely opposed to
    • placed in a world which they have denied, and which is completely
    • the firmament. It expands, but it can get no further. Let us consider
    • somewhat like the following: Let us suppose ourselves placed in the
    • if a man is led in very early youth through the gate of death, let us
    • our hopes — let us once more repeat in reference to our times,
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    • general development of the world. Man has completely different
    • evolutions are completed, will the Ego be formed, as the physical body
    • going on to what I now have to say. Let us consider the case which at
    • destined for existence, and which has not lived it out. Let us take
    • which he had the necessary life forces. Then, let us say, he is struck
    • world in the flower of their age? Why cannot they complete their life
    • completely different poles of life: one here between birth and death
    • complete their life, whose life was indeed forcibly taken from them.
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    • Let us now compare such a memory with others which we construct from
    • Picture this very clearly to yourselves. Let us suppose that we lived
    • it again and again. Let it live in the soul with all the feelings
    • one lets the above question live aright in the soul, there then
    • correctly. Let us take an exceptional case. Suppose a man you know
    • show an enormous subtlety — we cannot call this wisdom; we should
    • simply in one of the Mystery Plays by letting one of the characters
    • transcends that which the heart indicates as Karma, and lets reason
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    • and especially after his conviction. Let me read the passage:
    • was begging to be let in. Involuntarily the question formed itself:
    • letters, wherein he describes himself in the third person), from that
    • the eternal forces make in us is already completed. Hence when through
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    • letters the paper takes up what it can, and lets itself express what
    • it can take up with its old store of letters, since there is nothing
    • direction, but according to the accidents in which letters can group
    • genius flows through the twenty-three accidental letters, because the
    • never within them, for it is immeasurable. The accidental letters
    • possible to the letters, the laws of which cannot be perceived.’
    • the grouping of twenty-three accidental letters. Nothing else is
    • whole train of thought — which is not the thinking of simpletons
    • we should again make our thinking alive. Let us briefly place before
    • Now, our worthy Anthroposophical members still let many things leak
    • he could only imagine that one comes through the letters of the
    • without the help of letters or learning. We must be able to make the
    • celebrate it in this sense. Let us carry away these thoughts which may
    • Thus let us turn from the general consideration we have brought
    • Now let us turn our attention to those on the fields where the great
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    • a product of activity. What is seemingly completed is really a stage
    • effect. If we rub our hand on a tabletop it becomes hot. The warmth is
    • in rhythm, everything is completed, balanced. In man everything
    • Let us study from this point of view the human being as he stands
    • bring about completion determines the duration of his sojourn in
    • however the physical body is in a state of lethargy it is possible for
    • yield themselves up completely to materialistic life will in their
    • to enter into a Mystery school. There a state of lethargy was induced
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    • world through them. Let us take our start from the sense organs of the
    • Let us now consider the human ear. At first we have the outer auditory
    • plant. Man is the completely reversed plant. This is why Plato says:
    • dreams consciously, he can undertake the following: Let us assume that
    • at it long enough and let it work upon us quite exclusively there
    • become completely separated. Then man's consciousness must be master
    • from one another, so, later, a complete separation into three parts
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    • An occult schooling is something completely different from our usual
    • had to meditate on the sentence in a state of complete inner calm,
    • completely illuminated. When a person has advanced to the stage of
    • entirely different from anything else on earth, the complete recession
    • In order to progress further, let us now come to a true concept of
    • become completely separated.
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    • To begin with, let us take everything that is solid. What is solid has
    • the warmth of the world in the heart and lets it stream forth again
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    • Let us take as an example a colour which we perceive with our eyes,
    • difference. Let us imagine that man were to be in a position to create
    • Let us imagine for once that man were able to bring forth sounds,
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    • a brain, had progressed so far that they could completely relinquish
    • These principles enveloped themselves with Kama-substance. Let us now
    • become completely adapted to the other. And Karma is nothing else than
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    • Let us for instance imagine ourselves back into the time about 600 to
    • teaching of reincarnation was completely suppressed. The human being
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    • and shows, as an important factor, a dark violet spot in the middle of
    • Earth will have become completely transformed, so that eventually
    • have been worked upon by the hand of man. When it has been completely
    • mass; if we let it stand the beautiful cubic crystals of salt are
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    • mood and so on, usually no thoughts are left. Let us only try to
    • and time. Let us try to call up before the soul everything connected
    • self-awareness. On the higher planes life was still completely
    • objects which he has completely comprehended. If we had already
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    • completely different from other aspects of the physical. In water we
    • eternal value, completely sinking yourself into it.’ At present man
    • Sixth Epoch, has reached its conclusion, the ego will have completely
    • completed when after death the entire etheric body remains intact. The
    • complete etheric body, because the necessary conditions are created
    • been completely worked through. Then, after quite a short time,
    • Devachan the etheric body is once more made complete by external Deva
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    • Now let us develop certain concepts as to how man — the ordinary
    • completely mechanical process. There is however nothing outward that
    • house in which they later reside. Now let us ask: When does man work
    • development of Chela-ship consists in gaining this also in complete
    • What the human being experiences on the physical plane is the skeleton
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    • Let us imagine ourselves in the soul of someone living between two
    • Let us take the relationship of one person to another. It can be said
    • As a rather extreme case let us assume that they were at first
    • soul. Let us contrast this with the natural relationship between
    • Now let us make clear to ourselves the significance of the Devachan
    • the Earth, man will have completely fashioned the organs of the
    • World-Rounds are completed. Then everything will have become human
    • In our time it is extraordinarily difficult to attain to a complete
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    • order by their means to mount still higher to a complete
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    • what is called Nirvana. Very much is involved in a complete
    • into the world. A certain man, let us say Mr. Kiem, is the result of
    • And now let us imagine a person whose actions, thoughts and feelings
    • would attain to this must become completely free from Karma. He can
    • What we think, has significance for the next planetary cycles. Let us
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    • much can be explained. Let us consider a thought within us. Behind
    • active. The completed form of the plant comes forth from Imagination
    • Now let us look at the whole universe, to begin with in its physical
    • consciousness necessary for the overcoming of Karma. And now let us
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    • These are higher beings because they had completely developed Manas on
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    • should not disregard. Let us imagine that in this life someone were to
    • Akasha-Chronicle does not consist of printed letters, but one reads
    • Let us now turn our minds to the process of dying, in order to
    • opportunity is given for complete recollection of the past life.
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    • reaches the Arupa plane ... [Gap in text ...] Thus when we let some
    • not only let the form work upon us, but also its inner mobility, its
    • factors into consideration completely objectively, for truth cannot
    • it has become completely imbued with feeling, only then does the
    • So let us recapitulate. The effect of all our outer actions is to be
    • behind a whole skeleton of effects. From all that we have felt in life
    • pupils; then we should have the Devachanic Plane completely within us.
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    • As a continuation of the lecture on Karma and Reincarnation, let us
    • garment. Let us now assume that the human being were conscious in all
    • world. The beings who retain consciousness do not know death. Let us
    • today, was at that time completely intermingled with the human astral
    • among others the human Monads also, completely separated from the
    • body and an astral body that was very wild and opaque. Let us keep
    • surrounding it. Let us assume that a human being had perhaps separated
    • of being becomes more and more enlarged. Let us observe the Monad
    • Let us suppose that someone's earthly garment has been laid aside and
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    • Let us call to mind the point of time when, in the middle of the
    • was completed in the middle of the Lemurian Age.
    • Let us think back to the time of the Old Sun. Then everything which
    • turns completely round. For this the symbol is the Cross. The
    • Epoch they created for themselves an upright form, completely
    • Then the one part severed itself completely and the two bodies
    • completely reversed their position on the Old Moon. The animals turned
    • why the human beings did not already then turn themselves completely
    • that only bore upon it beautiful but completely motionless forms. If
    • would have developed into a completely rigid, frozen form. Jehovah
    • man should not be completely spiritualised, divided the
    • noble human form; only these had to be withdrawn completely from
    • creatively is able to renounce completely his lower nature, then will
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    • Now let us follow the course of the physical Earth until it reaches
    • himself so completely that finally he will only be like a seed, in a
    • salt, dissolve it in water and let it crystallise again, so a Globe
    • for example the mistletoe. This grows on plants, just as on the Old
    • Moon god, killed Baldur with the mistletoe, the Moon plant. So we find
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    • On the future Venus a complete consciousness in the etheric body will
    • completely detached; he has then taken the etheric body also with him.
    • mineral kingdom that light and sound appear through such forms. Let us
    • Let us think of coloured clouds floating through the world, sounds
    • The first Elementary Kingdom is difficult to describe. Let us assume
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    • In the Seventh Round humanity will be completely purified. The human
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    • Let us transfer ourselves to the primal beginning of such a planetary
    • when we thus transfer ourselves completely into the beginning of the
    • Now let us transfer ourselves to the end of the planetary chain, to
    • negative, he has created a completely new form. This he could imbue
    • with life. It would be a completely new creation that was not
    • previously there. Let us assume that somebody did this with a number
    • three Logoi. Let us form within the framework of our planetary system,
    • Let us think of the very beginnings of the Saturn evolution, when as
    • Now let us continue into the Earth Epoch. There man himself acquires a
    • order to make their nature comprehensible let us be clear about what
    • ether). Let us keep to the four lower forms of our physical plane and
    • takes place in a small way in man. Let us think of a child. He is
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    • around us. There was however a time when everything was dark. Let us
    • form and light became necessary. God said: ‘Let there be light and
    • element separated off. God said: ‘Let the dry land appear.’ Before
    • Now let us once more turn our attention to the condition which existed
    • when God said: ‘Let there be Light.’ The Earth began to densify. Light
    • condition when man let the light pass through himself. Then a complete
    • consciousness. The light shone into him; man began to let the
    • Let us take for example the builder of the Gotthard Tunnel and then a
    • If we were able completely to shut off all light from the eyes and
    • Let us consider the undifferentiated human organism before the
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    • Let us suppose, for example, that some nation or race is in its
    • world. Let us assume however that it comes in conflict with another
    • Let us take a particular case: the Mongolian onslaughts of the Middle
    • which one still had a consciousness of the true connections. Let us
    • form out of the separated, downward-thrust evil of animality. Let us
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    • Let us be clear about the intuition upon which this depends. This
    • Let us think of the time when the Earth was still united with the
    • Let us transfer ourselves into the pre-Lemurian Age. Then the
    • physical plane, otherwise human beings would not have completely
    • spirituality of the future culture of the East. This is a completely
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    • spiritual vision of the highest order combined with a completely
    • away from the world; their souls were completely similar to the
    • consciousness is related to trance consciousness. With completely
    • Whatever one may experience, one can look with complete trust towards
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    • completely different world, that must seek a father and a mother,
    • body, the more is he preoccupied with his internal processes. He lets
    • trials. The child must feel that the teacher has known real pain. Let
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    • lectures will not become completely clear until the next lecture has
    • been given. In the meantime let it be emphasized that when life and
    • their organs afresh.” (Letter to Wilhelm von Humboldt, 17th
    • etheric body is, to a certain point, complete. This etheric body has
    • has already been completed. Thus in its life of soul the animal
    • is increasing and which stops when growth is completed? What
    • the accompanying discomfort. Or let us suppose someone has so
    • etheric body is completely disorganized. We say then: “It is as
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    • Let me in a few words
    • looked for in the line of heredity any more than, let us say, the
    • Who would fail to see how the skeleton, if one looks at it, as
    • individual forms. What interests us in man's skeleton is the
    • intimately within man when we confront him and can let his gestures,
    • Now let us consider man
    • be taken literally, but let us keep to fact and not to words. In the
    • and bodily nature, we see the direct activity of the spirit. Now let
    • less subtle, I shall speak figuratively. Let us imagine that what man
    • within him — let us imagine all this working together out of
    • three, aspects. Let us therefore imagine the ego to be eliminated,
    • organization. Let the two sides in man come together without the
    • believed that the theory of the blood circulation is complete in
    • ...” (Letter of 27th March, 1784.)
    • A complete
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    • them only slowly and by degrees. At this point let us turn to the
    • the whole content of my will.” This secret has been completely
    • hands of the printers; or, let us say, he would have expected this
    • danger, to provide an outlet for something or other — steam, for
    • — as I have done in the booklet entitled
    • shall no longer be able to look with indifference on a plant, let us
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    • spiritual. To be complete, therefore the idea of the primal nebula
    • goes no farther than this primal nebula. Now let us imagine that not
    • Nearer to the Earth than to the Sun we have Venus and Mercury. Let us
    • As an example, let us take the Mercury-forces. These forces are not
    • clairvoyance dreamlike. Let us say, for example, that from their
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    • shall be saying today is not to seem groundless and incomplete, you
    • Everything, therefore, is completely reversed and attention must be
    • spiritual world without concepts that have been completely re-cast.
    • ideas, even to the point of complete reversal. That is what many
    • but has a certain kindly understanding of them, letting them be as
    • is gained from letting other human beings be as the are, trying to
    • I have had to describe these matters with a certain subtlety because
    • bodies that were still incompletely developed. In the course of
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    • reality. Let me remind you of what on various occasions I have already
    • complete in itself.
    • laws. No account is taken of the fact that the earth is one whole. Let
    • the earth is rather like regarding the human skeleton as having an
    • independent existence. Taking a human skeleton by itself, you must, to
    • world can such a thing as a human skeleton originate by itself. It
    • and so on. Therefore we must not look upon the human skeleton as an
    • on belong to the human skeleton.
    • If, first of all, we observe what, as part of the earth-skeleton,
    • We cannot understand a human skeleton if we do not connect it
    • that a study of what constitutes the skeleton of the earth, as it
    • plant's structure gives a clear indication of its complete adaptation
    • tendency to skeleton-formation. I do not mean that they have a strong
    • skeleton, but that they have many lime deposits in the rest of their
    • completely earth-bound. We could not have the slightest inkling of our
    • again I can best illustrate by a diagram. — Let us assume that
    • study can be complete only if pursued by the methods of spiritual
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    • there is a link with what I myself experience, if I let the new age
    • Greece and let the historical records of it work on our souls, we
    • striking when we let those personalities work on our souls who can in
    • modern soul. Let us consider an early Greek soul. Let us try by means
    • Let us turn to the scene at the very beginning. Demeter stands in her
    • Now let us set two pictures before ourselves. Let us picture the later
    • spiritual science. Let us picture this European consciousness as it
    • A short while ago I received a letter practically saying that much
    • emphasised. Let us feel bound to truthfulness, to the testing of what
    • is. Let us feel that we must never speak of any matter until we have
    • We have tried never to let ourselves speak of “tolerance” if
    • in the simplest language. Let us learn, with an honest and sincere
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    • catastrophe broke upon the face of the earth, completely changing it.
    • We will let our gaze sweep back over the characteristic civilisation
    • complete initiation it is necessary that man should not look out on
    • hands, but incompletely expressed in the hands and their functions,
    • stands, exists in an incomplete form in the hands and their functions.
    • Thus there takes place a complete transformation of what man
    • observe other religions with complete impartiality.
    • Let us turn our gaze to the initiates who give light to mankind as the
    • the things known to everyone conversant with occultism, letting
    • Jesus Himself. Let us again emphasise that, just as it is impossible
    • learns to know them. Let us take the example of a man who possibly had
    • Now let us assume that the beings who live out their lives as human
    • incarnate down there?” This is, of course, impossible but let us
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    • plant, we analyse it according to natural forces and natural laws. Let
    • particular part of it, appears incompletely developed. On enquiring
    • circumstances, a more perfect development more complete in itself,
    • completely cold, while another may experience a whole world of
    • observes him in the super-sensible worlds. Let us assume that the man
    • man would be completely without freedom in super-sensible worlds
    • Let us assume that such a being has an etheric light-body, that it is
    • thought, it is possible for one to say, “I must not let myself be
    • the point of view of concrete perception. Let us suppose that someone,
    • being completely filled with the knowledge of what he is and what he
    • he has completed the necessary preparation.
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    • connections, and so forth, completely fill his waking life. We can now
    • Let us be clear on one point, however. Of all that man knows as
    • able to stand it but would be completely destroyed!
    • feeling what can give us ideas about initiation. Let us assume that a
    • the expression for, “They will not let me in!” But in
    • difficult. But you will not easily see anything more. If you let the
    • completely mobile part corresponding to the feet.” This, however,
    • everything is complete.
    • Let us take a characteristic example. Something that rises there as a
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    • Let us assume that you sit down somewhere and instead of thinking
    • occupy your soul so completely that it altogether fills it; you feel
    • admiration when you let this mood work on you like an echo coming from
    • circle, and in this experience you completely lose the feeling of time
    • must not let this impede us. That would imply that we do not wish to
    • existence. You would like to do this so completely that you could say,
    • Let us recapitulate all that has been said. When a man goes through
    • completely miss this image of the Christ. If, then, anyone when still
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    • in short pamphlets (a much easier affair) saying the soul should do
    • Let us assume that someone who has taken the first steps on the path
    • Now let us take any animal that, for its progressive development in
    • unconsciously let Ahriman help him. Here again, good and evil play
    • on the altar of eternity. When we let Ahriman help us with the real
    • to let this spiritual light of super-sensible worlds work upon
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    • experiences and communications without prejudice, letting his unbiased
    • completely unprejudiced and in accordance with truth. On the contrary,
    • spiritual world can we, as a being there, completely shut out all that
    • Without alluding to anything in particular, let us take a definite
    • someone else based on immediate personal feeling and emotion. Let us
    • is physical interplay between the two. Let us assume something of the
    • attracted during sensory existence. Let us also suppose him to be
    • Complete illusion may ensue. Therefore, anyone having a serious sense
    • complete lack of prejudices let me call your attention to a particular
    • But now let us go to the West and look, not at dogmas, but at facts. I
    • It is not science that has led us to this. How has it come about? Let
    • he was placed, or should have sent his forces into them? Now let us
    • that does not let them come to the Guardian of the Threshold. The
    • world. Those today who still let themselves be blinded by all that is
    • spiritual Guardian. So let opponents come! What is necessary may be
    • and has been forced on us out of necessity, let us now, as usual,
    • together super-sensibly. Let us learn so to be together
    • turn out, let us grasp the reunion of this year as the seed of
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    • in the physical. Now we let all this fade away, there comes an image
    • we see the skeleton which they have created. For all this a whole
    • perceive or feel certain subtleties of the outer world in the right
    • Let us suppose that a clairvoyant
    • clairvoyant consciousness meets with, is in fact a complete reversal
    • completely, now thou lookest back on thy physical body which thou
    • bone-system. In the skeleton one learns to reverence — curious
    • the sun. One learns to recognise that this skeleton has been sketched
    • death, or one might say, in the vision of the skeleton. For through
    • skeleton, universal cosmic forces take part in the action, forces
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    • acquaint you with very many subtleties and intimate things regarding
    • has to try to get behind the depths and subtleties of human life.
    • Let us now, without wishing to
    • world where it is also out of space, let us ask: Is there between
    • what a human being goes through between death and rebirth; but let us
    • Let us now ask: How much goes on
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    • death. We re-create it as a new form of consciousness when we let it
    • perception clairvoyantly. Let us suppose some object affects our
    • consciousness, as we are obliged to let it descend into the dark
    • Let us take the other case, in
    • our thought. And now let us consider feeling, that which we have
    • evolving karma. Let us suppose, to choose a concrete example, that we
    • evolution, let us say in the ancient Persian, Egyptian and Indian
    • completely the inner physical part of man. They did not make such a
    • it is completely overlaid, are we so conscious of ourselves that we
    • can say: ‘I am an I’. But the complete overlaying has
    • course of the evolution of humanity: it was completed in the age in
    • ‘mirror-foil’ was then completed. Before that time the
    • the higher and the lower were completely forced apart and this only
    • Let us look more closely at what had taken place. Picture to
    • power to do this would be crippled, if we could not let it sink into
    • new consciousness, if we could not let it flow into the Christ-Being.
    • passed through the Mystery of Golgotha. Into Christ we let sink the
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    • wisdom pours into us without effort. But we have to deplete ourselves
    • To begin with, let me now explain
    • the power to deplete more and more the wisdom which there comes
    • of the connection between physical and spiritual life. Let us take a
    • rebirth. Let us suppose we have told a lie to someone at some
    • Let us take another case which is
    • existence and are connected with the course of our karma; let us take
    • Let us suppose that a person
    • the following is still the case. Let us suppose that a certain kind
    • Let us suppose that he has the picture before him of the illness
    • Let us go back once more to the
    • under consideration. Let us suppose that we confront some process or
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    • incomplete will be made clear in the further course of our studies in
    • will are really able to find an outlet through the body. Even though
    • Let us suppose that we have
    • connected with this last earthly life. Let us suppose, that when we
    • of our will as an absolute reality of the spiritual world. Let us
    • power, thy soul-light less and less, thou art obliged to let it
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    • Let us take a concrete example.
    • Let us again suppose that we have
    • karma. For example, let us take the following case: Let us suppose we
    • Let us take the case of a person who through illness dies earlier
    • Let us consider a case which
    • Now let us suppose we wished to
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    • Science does not only talk about spiritual reality; its aim is to let
    • the proletarian consciousness of the present time. Consider: all that
    • the proletariat — think how far removed it is from any
    • which the proletarian of to-day applies to man and embodies in his
    • Let us not be led to complain vainly: “A fearful catastrophe
    • pass?” Let us not forget that we are living in the age when the
    • about the Spiritual, but to let the living reality of the spirit
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    • Let us look first at
    • other human beings. Let us take, as the most important manifestation
    • Let us now first
    • the deep gulf which exists between the proletariat and the
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    • Now let us recall some
    • the true, complete reality. This outlook, however, is no more than a
    • Let us now go rather
    • Let us observe how the trend of events in the past century has more
    • which is not first experienced and thought out in terms of complete
    • exact opposite of super-sensible life. And it is the more complete in
    • beings. It says: Let people find themselves in the environment of a
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    • simple phenomenon as that a stone, let go, will fall to earth, or if
    • Diagrammatically, let us here imagine that we are setting out to
    • completely sundered, and so would all my calculation. Here in effect
    • where is the realm where cosmic forces work, which do not let you
    • thing; it never works completely in that way: Save in the things made
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    • Let us suppose, first
    • say it moves with a greater or lesser “velocity”. Let us
    • its path. Let us call s the length of the path, all along
    • terms of weight. Let us call the mass, m.
    • let us denote the acceleration by g. Now what will interest
    • implied in the letter m, yet with our full human being we do
    • the other hand, where he has to let his Will be absorbed, sucked-up
    • we may describe as blue and kindred colours — indigo and violet
    • — in an otherwise opaque wall, we let in light (
    • IIb). We let the light pour in through the slit. Opposite the
    • cutting a hole in the shutters, letting the sunlight pour in from
    • water. We let the cylinder of light, produced by the projecting
    • have to begin with, — this is the “phenomenon”. Let
    • completely filled with colours, The displaced patch of light now
    • appears violet, blue, green, yellow and red, Indeed, if we made a
    • of fact. If you let light go through a dim and milky glass or through
    • the prism lets its darkness ray there too, this that rays on and the
    • way than in the rest of our physical organization. Let this be the
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    • light and colour, let us now begin again, but from the other end. I
    • commonly held by physicists, so Goethe learned, that when you let
    • we let a cylinder of colourless light impinge on the screen, it shows
    • — violet. Goethe heard of it in this way: the physicists
    • If we let light pass
    • case, above and below — and a violet colour in the middle.
    • violet, I now get the outer edges red, with violet in the middle and
    • possibility. We let the cylinder of light go through the space and
    • IIIa, above), here is a cylinder of light. I let the light go
    • IIIb, above and on the right) I should get violet and bluish
    • Now let me fill the
    • let my force of sight go through as easily as the air does; it offers
    • violet, indigo, blue, green, yellow, orange and red. First look at it
    • the rainbow: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet. We
    • other colours. So then I get them all at once. The violet arrives
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    • Blue or violet (bluish-red) tones of colour will appear (
    • of colours, from violet to red; we caught it on a screen. I made a
    • light, and by this means the bluish and violet shades are here
    • is the prism, said Newton; we let the white light in. The colours are
    • corpuscles — tiny spheres or pellets — and which smaller.
    • According to this conception the Sun sends us its light, we let it
    • smallest are the violet, the largest are the red. So then the large
    • can illumine the screen with the reflected light. For if I let the
    • Now let us try to
    • do. Therefore they said: Let us assume, not that the light is in
    • spectrum extending from violet to red — engendered directly by
    • Instead of letting the Sun shine through an opening in the wall, we
    • hardly there at all. All this — from violet to yellow and then
    • selfless enough to let the kindred yellow light arising here it would
    • orange, yellow, green, blue, dark blue, violet (
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    • solid body spreads its light and we let this light go through a
    • luminous gives a complete spectrum — expending all the way from
    • red to violet, to say no more. Suppose for example we make a spectrum
    • apparatus, we here generate the cylinder of light; we let it go
    • the following experiment. You now see the complete spectrum projected
    • see the violet on the one side, the reddish-yellow on the other. In
    • carbon disulphide — you see the complete spectrum divided into
    • so as to let the light pass through the oil while you look at it from
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    • it diagrammatically, let me represent the latter simply by a light
    • — I let into the room a cone of light which then gets diverted
    • violet. And if you will recall what I said a few days ago about the
    • separately; rather let us begin by setting out the whole complex of
    • has been completely lost; nay, the deliberate tendency has been,
    • There would be nothing complete in that; I only have something
    • complete in mind if I describe the whole human body as a single
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    • darken it to violet, it would give yellow.
    • And now let us
    • Now let us go
    • is completely different from the ear. The one indeed lies above and
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    • air or vibrating ether, — let him put down the book which
    • air. Remember too what I was saying: a thing may look complete and
    • — then and then only is the thing complete. So it is with the
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    • complete. Tomorrow I will give a few concluding aspects, also
    • than that in Physics the old concepts are undergoing complete
    • and let it pass a magnet, — it will naturally be diverted So
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    • catch them on a screen shaped like a St. Andrew's cross. We let the
    • shimmering in a violet shade of colour, and the canal rays coming
    • letting them fall upon a screen of barium platinocyanide. They have
    • completely. In sending out its radiation, it is transmuted. It
    • stable and enduring matter but with a complete metamorphosis of
    • Let me say
    • say: By all means let us calculate some law of Nature; it will hold
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    • means of everyday occurrence. Let it again be emphasised that ecstasy
    • world of illusion, of deception ... or, if you like, let it stand at
    • Let us now ask ourselves whether we are also able to get behind our
    • encounters the barrier of sense-perceptions; they do not let him
    • life of soul do not let him through below the Ego, below those
    • Let us picture the Ego of man as a drop of coloured liquid. Assuming
    • large vessel, let us say in a basin of water, the drop would no longer
    • And now let us think of the moment of waking. At the moment of waking
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    • state of sleep. Let me mention in parenthesis that there is no need to
    • the eyes of a seer. The whole process is completely foreign to modern
    • Let us now consider the sleeping human being. Quite naturally, normal
    • over his body. A kind of lethargy begins to overpower him. First of
    • is the opposite of the sleeping state. Let us think of a man who is
    • effect of violet is different from that of green. It is the Sentient
    • violet or yellow colour — that is caused by the Sentient
    • the tapestry of the outer world of the senses; this force does not let
    • ponders over them and lets the feelings of pleasure, pain, and so
    • able to tell us from the position of the hands when, let us say, the
    • Let us first of all consider this cosmic clock itself. The idea of the
    • Now let us assume that as it revolves the Earth comes to a position
    • that followed by man in completing the cycle of waking and sleeping.
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    • human skeleton, will be able to feel how infinitely wise and perfect
    • Let nobody imagine that Spiritual Science demands that a man living an
    • object without illumination. Let us take the eye as representative of
    • when we see the leaves falling, when we see bare, skeleton-like
    • to experience in complete self-forgetfulness the melancholy of autumn,
    • requisite preparation. Let us suppose that such a book is not read in
    • Old Moon conditions. By letting what is there said about Old Saturn
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    • the beings of that world had not let forces stream into me, I should
    • themselves to such heights that at night they are able to let stream
    • thankfulness and obligation towards the evolving world, if he lets
    • exist, as men. And now let us compare these cosmic forces with those
    • people think today that they would prefer to let life remain just as
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    • make the resolve to eliminate his own Ego completely, to submit to no
    • man has not completely got rid of the products of his dissolved
    • until he has achieved complete forgetfulness of self; for it is
    • know the being who in the preceding incarnation was a completely
    • because we take mineral substances into ourselves and let them pass
    • within you. Let your whole self be filled with Christ! — Eckhart
    • known as Theologica Deutsch, let a higher man, a being able to
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    • himself, outside his ordinary nature; he lets his Ego flow out of him.
    • to any of their temptations, not to let them get the better of him but
    • Once again let it be said at this point that no one need feel alarmed
    • Let us assume that the Spirits of Will (the Thrones) co-operate with
    • is something hidden. Let us say here: The eye-forming power is
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    • look at our own being as though it were a complete Stranger, and that
    • life I formed this or that definite opinion’ — let us
    • Certain subtleties in our experiences are necessary if we are to
    • complete oblivion envelops whatever he might experience there. Among
    • experience, let us say as a Spirit of Wisdom, does not always remain
    • ascend in rank — let us say from the rank of Thrones to the ranks
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    • Now let us consider more exactly how the Ego slips into the body, and
    • impression? Ordinary consciousness is completely at sea here. The
    • sense-impressions. Thus it is what we do not let through that
    • we see or hear; but what we do let through is what has formed the
    • then too we see only what it does not let through. Thus in the
    • Let us try to picture this remarkable time-system in the universe and
    • another symbol. Let us think of the ordinary life of a man through the
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    • A man usually lets himself be guided by this kind of spontaneous
    • their most sacred treasures. Because they were born, let us say, in
    • that truth are reluctant to let these beliefs be affected by the
    • extent. Most people will cry out if, let us say, they are pricked by a
    • twelve different standpoints have we a complete picture. This view of
    • stands at a particular spot and gazes, let us say, at a rose-bush, but
    • completely they may be cast into forms of thought, they are tinged
    • the Imaginative world; there he has the impression, let us say, of
    • something blue or violet, or he hears a sound or has a feeling of
    • fleeting blue or violet was the expression of a soul-spiritual
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    • the heart, do the other faculties of the soul change too? Let us
    • particular activity of consciousness changes completely.
    • in time, but spatially. Memory is completely transformed. Whereas
    • let it trouble him; for he knows too that he receives full
    • traditions, in stone tablets, in fossilised bones or shells or stones
    • the Manvantara-state, in the process of evolution as a whole. Let us,
    • brain and heart will have been completely transformed and he will have
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    • Now let us think of a man passing over into the state of sleep. He can
    • Let us now enquire into the corresponding process in the plant-world.
    • summer. In autumn the plant must let its etheric body go forth from
    • that certain Spirits, the Spirits of Will, let their own essence
    • book of spiritual Beings who let their deeds flow together in the
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    • completely tied up with the idea that man is a being of body
    • when it comes to investigating the complete being of man.
    • physical life of the human being. Let us take a particular
    • — Hence he arrives at a complete
    • other by rejecting the super-sensible completely on the basis of
    • complete reversal in the way people thought about the
    • ego is linked to them and we find a complete ego-organism. This
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    • life which enter into our consciousness in a less complete way
    • spirit — let us say, for
    • who just lets it pass him by, or at the most approaches it with
    • unconscious sleep he is completely cut off from his
    • happens with the science of spirit, completely misunderstood
    • father received a letter in London written from America,
    • weeks a letter arrived with the photographs, which had still
    • been in France when the medium had spoken. The letter arrived
    • the super-sensible world, and transforms with complete presence
    • Let us assume that as a forty year old person or younger,
    • Let us get rid of it all for the moment
    • being functions as a complete whole, if he feels his existence
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    • completely taken up into the objects around us.
    • material of the physical world. Let us take Rembrandt or
    • the complete human being. It will be able to bear the spirit
    • the Science of the Spirit, whether I let the pillars, the
    • Let me sum up: Ordinary science of modern times makes a
    • millions and millions of people. The modern proletariat speaks
    • before, it is not yet completed. Its completion depends
    • the living spirit will lead to the completion of its first new
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    • attempt will have a completely different effect according to whether it is
    • he was not thinking of what he was doing. Let him, however, try every
    • being united with the radiating power of the light, and let this
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    • will have noticed the almost complete absence of definitions —
    • Let
    • our own inner satisfaction? Let us rather feel that the solemn duty we
    • Let
    • in many respects seem folly to the outer world. Let us have the courage
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    • ever more tenuous until it finally completely dissipates into
    • Let us leave Cusanus for the moment, and look into the lonely cell of
    • admits with complete candor: All thoughts and ideas that
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    • example of what is thought-out but not experienced, let us consider
    • former times was something completely different. What was once
    • and then became abstracted, exists today completely in the
    • completely unconscious. None of this rises into consciousness except
    • the finished spatial diagram. The same is true of all completed
    • method Descartes and Spinoza still had completely different feelings
    • Let us now focus on this division for a certain purpose. To begin
    • with, let us look at the third member of the human organization, that
    • Let us look at the true process, rather than the merely illusionary
    • scheme to a process perceived in actual space? It is completely
    • let thoughts shoot through my head. The whole person can take on a
    • movement; later, it completely separated them. It no longer related
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    • On the other hand, Newton shows mathematics completely on its own.
    • that have been completely divorced from man. Nowhere in earlier times
    • estranged completely from the spirit. So he defines it after all,
    • the first to completely mathematize and separate space from man,
    • Now let us return to Berkeley, who was somewhat younger than Newton,
    • completely permeate them. Berkeley regarded this as a loss of
    • lived completely in the old view.
    • he has first completely divorced from man through his external
    • uncomfortable about, and that Berkeley completely rejected. Do we
    • Let me close with a somewhat personal remark.
    • discoveries that I opposed. On this occasion let me state
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    • thinking. Let us place this process once more before our mind's
    • experience, let us turn back to the time when self-experience still
    • a mathematical style to psychology, let alone ethics.
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    • Let us recall that if we really want to focus correctly on something
    • known that this same spirituality must take complete hold of itself
    • produces the three dimensions of space. Let me point out also that
    • longer any inkling that even in regard to space man had a completely
    • owes its greatness to the fact that it has completely missed the
    • science had produced in its various domains. He studied it, he let it
    • This is a description of the scientific view, not a criticism. Let us
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    • I shall discuss another consequence of this inability later on. Let
    • Let us recall the anthroposophical idea that man is composed of four
    • monumental importance for a world comprehension are completely
    • What was thus experienced in former times has since been completely
    • or gravity, are completely extinguished for today's form of
    • consciousness. These processes, however, were not always completely
    • no feeling that anything was completely divorced from man. Within
    • Fifteenth Century, let us look at a man in whom the transition can be
    • completely divorced from man. Thus, in perception and knowledge, the
    • physical was so completely removed from man that he was not aware
    • and by letting the planets move in circles around the sun, and by
    • completely divorces the external world from man. Anyone reading
    • position of, let us say, an arm when you are painting a picture of a
    • conceiving things somewhat as follows: A central body, let us say a
    • into the picture, which, again, is conceived as completely abstracted
    • whole universe. In short, the aim is to completely forget all
    • This abstraction, however, was not as successful as in physics. Let
    • Here, however, we did not succeed in completely forgetting all inner
    • substances combine chemically, and in doing so can completely alter their
    • words, become aware of an inward experience. If I completely leave
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    • in later ages when they gradually evaporated into complete
    • prepared this development) completely faded out. It shrank down to
    • completely penetrate the body and be assimilated by his organs. But
    • were noticed but could no longer be explained, because a completely
    • points begin to show up; and psychology becomes completely abstract.
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    • the soul life) and ego. Let us be clear that properly speaking the
    • must always be aware of that. But now let us also remember that this
    • As a rule, we let velocity vanish neatly in a differential
    • a person who first lets all knowledge of the preset, as inaugurated
    • science, to let the calls of infinite longing for the spirit, sent
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    • with the fact that we have completely lost our feeling for the real
    • to these things even at the risk of seeming pedantic. Let me recall to
    • Let us assume we have the distance traveled by Achilles in a certain
    • we have the tortoise (s), who has a start on Achilles. Let us take
    • that I need only describe. Let us suppose, however, that I begin to
    • course of Achilles. That is to say, you carry the whole incompleteness
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    • length of the rod. Let us denote this relative expansion by
    • formula may be changed as follows: let us assume now that we are to
    • Therefore, let us hold strictly to what is given and from this seek an
    • Let us now consider this thing, which is not a theory but a
    • completely lost in the period extending from the 15th to
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    • and the liquid formed from the solid begins to take up the heat. Let
    • rises rapidly, since the melting is complete, although it remained
    • Let us proceed from this observation which we have laid out as a
    • Now assume you have a surface, let us say the surface of the
    • possibility of continuing the line. Let us assume that we can say, the
    • Let us now consider another phenomenon along with this disappearance
    • Let us now go back and see what we have established as fact. This is
    • This completely closed vessel gives it its form.
    • the gaseous body, namely the completely surrounding boundary.
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    • external world? Let us distinguish clearly between what we can
    • trivialities that have been completely forgotten in the entire
    • with other parts of your organism: with the lobes of your ears, let us
    • Now without becoming completely materialistic (and we will see later
    • in your arm. Our unconsciousness of it is as complete as our
    • my blue-violet, but it escapes me. If we were thinking rainbows, we
    • would thus live in the green and have on the one side a blue-violet
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    • rules, a region as completely unknown to us in the inner sense, as
    • will and the blue-violet to the outward extension into the spheres of
    • difficult as those arising from heat. Let me call your attention to
    • the poem, to let those ideas unroll in your mind. But you know that
    • Let me give you an analogy. When we follow the heating of a solid body
    • complete. There is an analogy between what we can follow with the
    • of natural science, when we do this we are using ideas completely
    • imagination, then the abstract ideas must be completely altered,
    • of paper and complete the survey of motion and space so far as my
    • terrestrial-empirical person, I am quite completely a product of space
    • and space. We speak of time and space, let us say, out of our rational
    • probably greatly astonish you. Let us suppose you have advanced
    • liquid need not be enclosed by a vessel surrounding it completely, but
    • the fourth dimension, thus passing out of space altogether? Let us at
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    • Let us however carry out the experiment of bringing the allow, the
    • and now we let the water cool, observing the temperature
    • foundations of our view. Let us continue by tying in the things we
    • You know that when we hold a solid in our hand and let go of it, it
    • complete surface parallel to the earth's surface. This is at first an
    • let fall, and nature herself will show you what you have said in this
    • of the preceding step. Let us illustrate by going from below up.
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    • physics. Let us ask ourselves where the modern method really leads us
    • concepts. So completely has it entered in, my friends, that it is
    • physical research, are completely given over to working out the
    • the perceived phenomena all that he cannot reduce to calculation. Let
    • Let us now return for a moment to what has already been said. We have
    • Certainly, we have not completely attained our goal but we have
    • Now let us consider another general phenomenon which we will approach
    • Now let us follow this completely in the case of actual bodies. You
    • influence of the heat being of the cosmos. And what does happen? Let
    • for form as the droplet takes on form when it can withdraw itself from
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    • upon the expenditure of work. Now let us follow the reverse process.
    • change. By letting the pressure come through from one side we raise
    • the bell up and by letting the vapor cool, the pressure is lessened,
    • have let the entire process take place, after the heat that we have
    • produced here has transformed itself into work, let us determine
    • complete transformation the condensation water would not show any rise
    • completely changed over into work; there would be portion remaining
    • in producing work does not change completely, but a portion always
    • We wish first to grasp this phenomenon. Now let us consider how
    • of energy, let us say of a certain form, and another energy appears,
    • cannot go over completely to mechanical energy, but there is always a
    • transform completely all the heat energy into its mechanical
    • mechanical energy completely into heat energy would also be possible.
    • could be completely changed into heat, when a cycle of complete
    • observations, let us throw a little light on this whole point of view.
    • use of heat. But it always comes out that we cannot completely
    • complete inaction. I am merely repeating Eduard von Hartmann's own
    • Thus we arrive at a point where we have to reverse completely the
    • an expression from the realm of morals, and does not let the perpetuum
    • bodies we have a striving in all directions, a complete formlessness
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    • rotational energy of the wheel. We will let the water flow into this
    • was a physician, had noticed from blood-letting he was obliged to do
    • view of the physical that was, as it were, incompletely expressed in
    • from green to blue, from blue to violet and to ultra violet.
    • whose existence we at the start will merely postulate; and let us try
    • Let us go back for a moment to the fluid state. There we have, as it
    • is to the liquid. Let us ask ourselves now, how come it is that under
    • have to go from the green through the blue to the violet and then of
    • completeness as a series of 12 independent colors in a circle, with
    • the one hand beyond the red and on the other beyond the violet. In the
    • very completely hidden. Things that belong together cannot be
    • environment, to a relatively more complete one, when we conceive of
    • we will go into it more completely in the course of our lecture. But I
    • Let us say we go out from the sphere where, as we have explained in
    • these lectures, gravity becomes negative. We have, let us say, arrived
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    • brought to a conclusion, let us carry out a few experiments to give
    • cylinder of energy, let us say, passing into the sphere reveals its
    • permit the light to pass through. Let us keep this firmly in mind.
    • spectrum the transition from green through blue to violet and then
    • Now let us further extend the ideas of yesterday. In the case of the
    • spectrum we conceive of what disappears at the violet end and at the
    • spectrum. Thus we have green, blue, violet extending to peach blossom.
    • the violet and on the other side into the region beyond the red? Ask
    • as negative numbers are to positive numbers and vice versa. Let us
    • nothing, that does not alter the matter. Let me ask you again to note:
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    • into the blue-violet portion, the heat effect is not noticeable. It is
    • means of the alcohol column, let us show the chemical activity of the
    • blue-violet end. We do this by allowing the blue portion to fall on a
    • Unfortunately we cannot carry out this experiment completely, but only
    • Now let us place in the light path the solution of iodine in carbon
    • the violet portion, but the middle portion is dark. We have succeeded
    • a complete spectrum, a collection of all possible twelve colors; that
    • peach blossom here, here violet and here red with the other shades
    • straight line from red through the green to the blue and violet
    • blossom disappears, violet shades off into infinity on one side and
    • fragmentary color band arise from the complete series of color, the
    • separated out. They are, as it were, cut out of the complete spectrum
    • characteristic of matter — to be completely absent, and only
    • Now let us consider the following: How can one make the attempt
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    • found in Fourrier (other investigators might also be cited.) Let us
    • suppose it to consist of some sort of metal. Let us place boiling
    • I can assume that something goes on in the body itself. Let me now ask
    • Now to visualize the whole matter, let us make clear to ourselves how
    • has been opened out. Furthermore, the complete spectrum has the peach
    • handle the phenomena of light, heat and chemical action, let us say,
    • Something real is at the basis of the formula for W. Let us speak of
    • be possible to set up a completely formulated expression. The fact
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    • visit with you. We will now demonstrate to ourselves in a completely
    • Now let us show our first experiment. When we place a solution of alum
    • through a prism we remove the heat effects. Let us permit the
    • Let us observe particularly the following: The heat realm, the X, Y,
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    • Let me first give a general summary of what we have taken under
    • penetrated with an inner spirituality in the blue-violet portion of
    • an inner relationship that I showed you yesterday. But let us now ask
    • conceive of it as in mutual reaction with the chemical effect. Let us
    • this seizing of the chemical effect on the matter itself, but let us
    • tone; while in chemical processes in matter we have a complete
    • dealing with. Let us try to trace what is similar to the potential
    • furnish a driving force for a wheel through the falling water. Let us
    • Let us assume that we tear apart the three dimensional space. What is
    • here so that they become saturated with reality, as it were. Let me
    • long controversial papers read, completely divorced from real life.
    • Let us hope that we can at some future time continue again these
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    • externals, and let the soul sink into those Beings which manifest
    • So man strides on; thought which was in ancient times completely bound
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    • an act of complete and deliberate thoughtfulness, and done in
    • physical and etheric organism must remain completely untouched by
    • with complete freedom of choice alternate between an existence in the
    • experienced through inspiration remains completely shut out from the
    • In ‘Intuition’ man is completely translated — through
    • own bodies. And these processes were not completely unconscious as
    • man was only half conscious, remain completely unknown to modern man.
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    • completely see the nature of earthly will. This is recognized in a
    • is true, transferred back completely into the condition that existed
    • fell almost completely into discredit. It had to give place to the
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    • fainter. It never disappears completely from view, but it fades by
    • complete fusion with the spiritual beings of the cosmos now becomes
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    • It was necessary for the complete unfolding of the ego-consciousness,
    • consciousness which could develop the complete Ego-sense, but nothing
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    • man's experiences. We must look at this union in its details. Let us
    • during your existence on earth you already let yourself be permeated
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    • supernaturally-derived knowledge of the human nature complete in its
    • who has complete knowledge of the human organization, according to its
    • much more is a complete knowledge of the human being than mere
    • combination of facts. The evaluation of human earth-activity completed
    • man is there completely pre-occupied with the vision of the etheric
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    • The Principle of Spiritual Economy completes the bulk of the
    • be able to let their wisdom flow gradually into the world.
    • world corresponds to the spiritual. A completely new creation of all
    • Now let us think of a
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    • the mineral world. If you regard the stone as being something complete
    • fingernails or the teeth to be the whole man, a complete being.
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    • differ from that of the animal? First let us ask how clairvoyant
    • not so the other. Let us now suppose that the ego continues to work
    • finished and complete in man. What was worked upon the etheric body
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    • The Principle of Spiritual Economy completes the bulk of the
    • picture. Let us try to make this clear by means of an example. We see
    • are looking, which, let us say, depicts martyrdom. We do not feel the
    • is affected by this life within the whole in Devachan. Let us clarify
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    • has completed the development of his archetype in Devachan and has woven
    • consequences of its own deeds. Not until then is there complete readiness
    • be completely homogeneous. The principle of generality, homogeneity,
    • the point in evolution where, with a will that is completely free, he
    • been completed. It is important that this should be known. Hence,
    • method used in schools which let the “one times one” be
    • Fewer voluble authors would then be let loose upon humanity. The outcome
    • Let me remind you of Dante, of his vision of the spiritual world; if you
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    • The Principle of Spiritual Economy completes the bulk of the
    • and ego — the bearer of the ego, which means complete independence.
    • spiritual beings poured forth their own being and let it flow down as
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    • The Principle of Spiritual Economy completes the bulk of the
    • Mistletoe, for example, is a descendant, a straggler, of an Old Moon
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    • The Principle of Spiritual Economy completes the bulk of the
    • spirits who ought in reality to have completed their task on Old Moon.
    • of masses of human beings and the fact that man succumbed too completely
    • would have been able to break a railroad track, let us say, with ease,
    • was, let: us say, stupid or sensual, he fell into matter, as it were,
    • beyond their control. Let us be clear that when we look at a locomotive
    • ever more completely from him.
    • things may come to a confrontation but each world has its own complete
    • justification. Let the Western world concern itself with external culture
    • and by this means develop the forces of the soul, and let the Eastern
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    • The Principle of Spiritual Economy completes the bulk of the
    • the death on Golgotha. Let us now think of the event of Damascus. Saul
    • the spirit of love and lets it hold sway from individual to individual.
    • physical existence. Let me tell you about an Eastern saga, which indicates
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    • The Principle of Spiritual Economy completes the bulk of the
    • subtlety hitherto unachieved. It is therefore clear to occultism why
    • Let me now say a few words
    • that is designated by the now complete penetration of the ego into man's
    • Now let me add a few words
    • astral and etheric bodies without lethargy being induced for three and
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    • completely new, must call forth a certain distrust against the
    • He, who made this saying his own, was really in complete harmony with
    • let the lower nature die out, and to allow that which dwells in the
    • eternal laws, in accordance with which we have to complete the primal
    • Schiller refers to in his letters on the aesthetic education of man.
    • sacrifice itself completely. Not only should it lead men over the
    • So let us hurry on to the great procession in which we encounter a
    • Schiller expressed in his Aesthetic Letters; — the union of
    • letters Goethe could not grasp in abstract thought, but gave in the
    • creed. We can only understand them completely when we see our own
    • when he had completed his course on the Earth. After his death, this
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    • complete blotting out of self, man unites himself with the Godhead.
    • number is thus no longer complete. That which we require and which we
    • ascend when the soul completely absorbs it. Everything which encloses
    • of the lower self for the good of humanity, of complete brotherhood.
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    • Let us understand this whole course of evolution correctly. After the
    • Mediterranean countries. Let us look at one of these Mystery temples.
    • festival. Let us go back to the fourth post-Atlantean period, back to
    • us in primeval ages. So at the end of this hour let us place before
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    • Now let us summarize in our souls the whole range of spiritual science
    • that has been offered in various lectures this autumn. Let us not make
    • this Word. Let us use the knowledge acquired in the course of our
    • Let us visualize the life of the spirit. For early man, darkness,
    • in spring. It is not possible to think the violet might bloom at a
    • Let us feel vividly that the glory and the revelation of divine
    • harmony appears in the heights of heaven. Let us realize that the
    • will reign in human beings on earth in the future. The more we let the
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    • Behind me therefore let the sun be blazing!
    • Goethe lets his representative of mankind speak these mighty words in
    • Let heights above reveal
    • radiant Iris. At midnight a violet-reddish circle gradually arose in
    • time when the earth will have completed its evolution and the Light
    • Hero. Just as the sun completes its orbit in the course of the year
    • as it contains life in its death and lets it stream forth anew, so
    • enter. The Archangel guarding the portal let him pass. This is a sign
    • the presence of God, let him take three seeds from these intertwining
    • light shall radiate from it. Let us celebrate Christmas as the
  • Title: Lecture 1: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • What then do we include in the physical world? First let us be clear
    • arise, let us say, in a being who had previously only been able to see
    • educate our feelings by letting the knowledge of the facts of a higher
    • not even the faintest silver-white cloudlet breaks the azure space of
    • life, and can yield ourselves completely to the single impression of
    • Let us now reflect upon another feeling by means of which we can in
    • green, let us fix our gaze upon the green which in the most varied
    • eliminate all the rest and completely yield ourselves to these tones,
    • In like manner we might let the most varied sense perceptions work
    • upon us; we could in this way let all that we perceive in nature
    • moral impressions. Let us now suppose that we penetrate into the inner
    • part of the earth. When, let us say, we associate with miners, we
    • hear nothing, but to let the impression so affect us that something
    • standing immediately behind the veil of nature. If, let us say, on a
    • the rarefied water, tossing itself into vapor and rain. That, let us
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    • man now perceives have as it were command over the nature-spirits. Let
    • himself or to his deeds than the past deeds themselves entitle. Let us
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    • the life they lead in and with the external world. Let us try to
    • entrance to the higher worlds. Let us take an obvious case. We all
    • overcome what concerns himself alone. Let us consider for a single
    • to let anything be revealed to them by this means. Fundamentally,
    • let us form a different conception. By way of experiment, let us form
    • as much value as the complete plant; for out of it can again arise a
    • complete plant of the same species. These beings put forth others
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    • described as the observation — let us say — of the plant, of
    • longer feeling enclosed within his skin. When he — let us say
    • Hierarchy, and on the other hand a being of the Second Hierarchy. Let
    • let us say — runs to a point (diagram a.) and the leaf of
    • lily or to a tulip, if one lets either a panicle of oats or a wheat or
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    • There we must completely lose the feeling that we exist as a separate
    • foreign being as our self. We must completely pass out of ourselves
    • by means of an analogy. Let us consider a bee-hive or an ant-hill, and
    • Will; Cherubim and Seraphim etc. If we wish to visualize the complete
    • when we consider it thus do we conceive of the complete planet, as
    • Wisdom. Now let us follow the planet further. It passes through space;
    • order is brought let us say, to a group of people, of whom one goes in
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    • manifestation. But now let us just suppose that these beings had a
    • externally. Now let us ask: — What then were the reasons which
    • Spirits of Form. Let us take, for example, the planet which for a long
    • Now let us ask: What is the task of the Spirits of Form in this whole
    • Saturn, occult Jupiter, comes into being. Now let us ask: How would it
    • Let us suppose that we had at point S the centre-point of the
    • interpreting one another in the successive periods of time, completing
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    • the comets. Let us be quite clear concerning the obvious fact, that to
    • star, but for its surrounding planets. Let us understand correctly. In
    • liver, let us say, then a piece of nerve or brain substance as
    • Let us now go further and try to describe the impression which occult
    • completely concentrates himself upon this system of planets, makes the
    • gain completely; but it can be partially gained by allowing various
    • complicated — but a compromise can be made by letting a number of
    • Now let us direct our occult vision to the fixed star, thus in our
    • increases and becomes almost as complete as that between the physical
    • — as the life of the animal is centered — let us say —
    • complete whole in certain respects, from the force-aspect; and yet
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    • see there is actually something past, something which has had complete
    • Let us examine the matter still more closely by means of a concrete
    • receives can only be compared with the following: — If — let
    • however, only gain a complete elucidation of the whole circumstances
    • succeeding in allowing his vision to be impressed — let us say
    • with each other. He must let them work upon one another, bring them
    • but sympathy and love; of driving egotism utterly and completely out
    • What has not been brought forward by dilettantism, to explain by all
    • Let us proceed to the consideration of the kingdoms of nature,
    • physical body; so that we actually become acquainted with a completely
    • consists of five letters; but as soon as one tried to arrive at real
    • creation groaneth and travaileth in pain together, waiting for the
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    • what we see externally. To-day let us shortly recapitulate how that
    • Moon-condition. In order to complete the matter we may therefore say:
    • from the Moon to that of the Earth? Those completely mature Spirits of
    • aspect, let us pass to the plant-kingdom. In that kingdom we see that
    • completed, that is, when the Spirits of the Rotation of Time appointed
    • then in the now completed plant those organs which till then followed
    • two are then united; the growth of the plant is complete when to the
    • those who have already practiced tolerance. Let them first exercise
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    • plane. Without taking the other qualities into account, let us
    • mineral kingdom, and let us be quite clear that this pure form
    • through their complete normal process of evolution; they work, as has
    • incompleteness which was inevitable in our rendering of this
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    • By way of introduction, let us make at least an approximate attempt to
    • Now let us ask ourselves what these Ten Commandments really show us
    • completely changed the structure of his astral, etheric and physical
    • and I will let the number of your days become full.”
    • Let us recall what we have been able to say about the history of man's
    • authority, let flow to them from the mysteries. It was not the single
    • he should let it be as a warning to himself: “I shall acknowledge the
    • stated in the fourth Commandment that he who lets the individual ego
    • therefore said: “Let the ego become so strong in you that it continues
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    • completely permeated with those forces. Then he was in a state of
    • spiritual world has gradually become completely closed to man's normal
    • teachings are in complete accord with the teachings of primeval
    • Now let us advance to what is higher than the consciousness soul, to
    • self completely into himself. In this respect he is still at the
    • happen so that man would not lose completely his connection with the
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    • strength flowed to them from these pictures. When they let these
    • point of view? If I may use a simple comparison, let us assume that a
    • society, and one could say: “Well, let us at first leave the
    • Gospels in peace, but let us do some research in the spiritual
    • than in the way now set up as an ideal, for example, in my pamphlet
    • approve of it completely. For example, human nature in the first seven
    • years of life completely disposed to imitation. Since grown people, if
    • Let us assume that a man is today at odds with life and says to
    • let us assume that such a man went to one of the ancient holy
    • Let us assume that a man grows up on a lonely island. Those who have
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    • strike everyone who lets this characterization work on his soul. This
    • of the anthroposophical mood will proceed complete understanding,
    • different religions. Let us take an example. Such an example can be
    • knowledge of the fundamental conditions of initiation. Let us assume
    • Let us assume that he now becomes acquainted with another religion,
    • Let us take the opposite case: That an adherent of Buddhism should
    • will find described in my pamphlet: The Spiritual Guidance of
    • us repeatedly, until we have completely imbued ourselves, in our Ego,
    • compensation for the animals. Let us make one thought clear: If we
    • Let us consider in this light the death on Golgotha, which followed
    • first completely ignore all that concerns man in this. Let us consider
    • Luciferic beings, and let us consider mankind as a creation of the
    • There is no possibility of learning the complete truth about a leading
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    • Let us consider now the second stage, that of language. This is not so
    • completely bound up with the sense-nerve system as is thinking.
    • Let us go back now to the first thing that the child learns: to walk,
    • complete stillness, he passes through the quieting of his activity
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    • completely answered only if one gives a little attention to that
    • is clear that the realm of thought completely fills everything in our
    • century; that this thinking became ever more and more completely dead
    • awareness completely disappear that the Christ had something to do
    • gradually more and more completely lost to conceive the Event of
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    • write a letter now, under the immediate impression of this meeting, I
    • should not know what date to put on the letter. I should have been
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    • evident that the darkness was now complete. There was no heritage any
    • cannot completely emerge from the state of sleep.
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    • Let
    • point of view it is childish. But now let us put aside the modern
    • is well-nigh sucked up when with his soul as a thin skeleton, he
    • force to nourish our being. To make this clear, let me say the
    • circles call themselves, let us say, theosophists. For the way in
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    • “It contains, as I think, the most complete argument, supported
    • Let
    • complete development of intellectualism, for in the form in which
    • give man satisfaction, a complete feeling of his dignity as man.
    • Ideals.” But it dawned upon him, as he let these ideals work
    • come into its own. Let me add the following to what I have said in
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    • on what is this difference really based? Let us look into the depths
    • called divine; this God appears primitive and incomplete in the eyes
    • Let
    • Let
    • us complete this survey of the condition of the soul of modern man by
    • thinking — that is just as if an ant-heap were let loose in
    • moral intuitions. We must learn to open our mouth by letting our lips
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    • — he is the solution of the world-riddle! Let him gaze at the
    • sun and experience one of the cosmic mysteries. Let him look into his
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    • the picture given, let us say, by Albertus Magnus, as the great
    • let us say, “the difference between epigenesis and evolution”
    • of this earth in the sense that when man only lets soul and body
    • Let
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    • Let
    • when, let us say, they speak of the embryo or of the structure of the
    • his own soul. Just let the anatomy of Hyrtl work upon you; he hardly
    • let us say, we go back from a contemporary anatomical book to Hyrtl
    • Let
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    • may at first seem grotesque. But it is not meant to be so. Now let us
    • and thinking and of letting beauty hold sway in their speaking.
    • it was a natural demand on the teacher that he should first let the
    • thought, and how beauty was part of his speech. Only by letting the
    • much, let us say, as he will know at the end of earth evolution —
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    • evolution. Let me tell you what spiritual science has discovered
    • to perceive this, let us say, in Goethe. Goethe records how he was
    • his life, Goethe was prone to let external events work upon his soul
    • increasingly heavy and lethargic, it was also felt that up to the
    • and the other Michelet. Zeller was seventy years old and thought he
    • ought to be pensioned off. Michelet was ninety and lectured with
    • Michelet is supposed to have said: “I don't understand
    • Michelet was, as I said, ninety years old!
    • year onwards are completely blurred. Comparatively speaking, an inner
    • Spiritual Activity — if you let it work upon you and feel what
    • and let it work upon you. For this
    • the child is very similar. But let us awaken in the child what it
    • means to look at black, red, green, yellow, white. Let us call up in
    • him what it is when we surround a point by a circle. Let us call up
    • ones in them, then two blue containing three yellow circles. We let
    • world. But we also let the children experience what the colors have
    • child gradually puts down figures out of which the letters then
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    • as though the head were entirely choked up so that it lets nothing
    • class. Among these pupils there are, let us say, two geniuses, or
    • Austrian poet Hermann Rollett, long since dead. He was convinced that
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    • complete human being as I characterized it yesterday, a comprehension
    • perception of, let us say, a human movement, or of the play of
    • another. Let us imagine ourselves in a medieval town.
    • Let
    • an organ for perceiving these subtleties if we want to develop any
    • now let me tell you quite frankly when the great step forward in
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    • would wish to make stream through the words and ideas. Let me sum up
    • to complete belief in the material world. As a result it had become
    • universal death through warmth brings about complete annihilation.
    • and completely destroys it in order to infuse his own life into what
    • completely destroyed and then created anew. In the human organism we
    • the dragon that they quietly let themselves be devoured, who reacted
    • in fact, if the educator is a complete human being he receives as
    • of this feeling, let me give you my farewell greeting today by
    • all, to let something that cannot be uttered in words penetrate to
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    • Let us now consider the beings directly above our human stage whom we
    • Let us now turn to the Archangeloi, the Archangels. They are at the
    • live. Let us now carefully consider these two stages of evolution.
    • Let us repeat: We human beings exist in a sphere which has reached the
    • through us, have to regard as theirs. Let us now consider human
    • development of the limbs. Let us disregard this latter differentiation
    • Yet let me first build a still firmer basis through certain other
    • cooperating in world events: the Luciferic and Ahrimanic beings. Let
    • point of view. Let us observe the Luciferic beings and see what
    • completely eclipsed by the conception of a structure according to the
    • completely dependent on such things as have been put into the world in
    • conception; let's get rid of him. We should then be behaving like
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    • but for the moment let us consider it as a unity. If we make inquiry
    • completely different physical conditions, had an animal form. Animals
    • remains completely in the unconscious. Only through the processes
    • a completely different point of view — with the end of the
    • completely hidden from modern mankind; the Luciferic spirituality
    • connected with the human head has become completely veiled. The human
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    • of the spheres in which we exist, for we live in various spheres. Let
    • Earth. Let this be characterized by this circular plane (Dr.
    • known in the most varied forms, but which is almost completely
    • which would be reality and not mere thoughts. This tendency of letting
    • divine ideals and letting them enter our desires and thus our will,
    • him with a completely materialistic consciousness. You say to
    • regard to the mineral nature. Let us deal at once with the most
    • extreme case, with man. Let us consider man in regard to his external
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    • science, let us say, even of the tenth, the eleventh, the twelfth, the
    • yet, in reality, it is a completely different logic. It is a logic
    • Let us now try to make clear to ourselves the difference that exists
    • We shall only gain a complete understanding of this placing, side by
    • something completely different from them. Whenever such human beings
    • Let us assume the human being enters physical existence through birth.
    • his new life, but he does by no means completely take up into this
    • not completely penetrate your soul, which you will have to work over,
    • I have often told you that we human beings are completely awake only
    • ordinary life. The life of thought means complete wakefulness. We are
    • not completely awake, even in waking life, in regard to our feelings.
    • otherwise dreams in the feelings and makes it a matter of complete,
    • contained not only in our thoughts — let us call it
    • moment we have completely acquired imaginative cognition, these
    • Conceptual life: Complete Wakefulness: Wisdom
    • Let us for a moment hypothetically assume that the Mystery of Golgotha
    • complete denial of the Divine, we shall find the reason for this
    • For, if our organism is completely healthy, the harmonious functioning
    • if we possess a completely sound organism; that it is a misfortune if
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    • centuries had a soul mood completely different from that of human
    • evolution. Let us do this once more after having done so repeatedly in
    • regard to other questions. Let us take the time from the fourth
    • Let us focus our attention upon this natural-scientific thinking in
    • have to lecture to you on criminal law. Let us begin by assuming the
    • different forms, with a completely different outer aspect. I have
    • And it is not without danger to speak about these things in complete
    • proletariat of the modern age. Behind this battle cry there stand very
    • Something essentially different is appealed to: Proletarians of all
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    • necessary, for a complete understanding of the human being, to
    • today are completely foreign to that ancient earth population. There
    • We have, through our head organization, an incomplete nature
    • an incomplete knowledge of ourselves.
    • friends, that you see something — let us take a radical case
    • become but conscious of it. If I look at a flame, close my eyes, let
    • willingly. Let us take the example of the Roman-Catholic Church, my
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    • by hearing, seeing, and perceiving. We are completely awake there. We
    • corpse. The study of history must undergo a complete transformation.
    • completely unknown, as far as we may go back in history. But this is
    • be a historical fact; that we may be completely ignorant historically
    • completely different consciousness if he wishes to enter into an
    • consciousness which is completely different form the one employed in
    • the physical world. Let me describe here a few characteristic traits.
    • this. Let me quote one of the banal examples that permeate every-day
    • that these are two completely different states. Human beings do not
    • we continue to live with them, let us now proceed in our
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    • time is completely materialistic! As far as life is concerned, our
    • completely spiritual fashion in the realm of the dead. In full life
    • for the necessity of a complete revision of their judgments, of a
    • complete revision of all that people have believed prior to 1914.
    • Now let us consider the following: We can learn a great deal if we
    • inner conditions. Let us say, a human being is slain or shot. In such
    • through outer circumstances. If the bullet had not struck him
    • organism is treated by the bullet shot as if it were an inorganic,
    • lifeless body; it is completely relegated to the inorganic world.
    • human organism, be it in the form of a bullet or in any other form. In
    • this) when he suffers an external injury, let us say, to his arm and
    • offers complete proof of the fact that people have entirely forgotten
    • who takes his stand completely upon the natural-scientific viewpoint;
    • Idiot, (published by Heysler & Co., Berlin) completely does
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    • circumstances, more harmful than complete errors. And what the
    • Let
    • taken on “certain dimensions,” let us say, which
    • Freud completed what he called his neurosis theory or
    • never complete, but belongs to one of these two types,
    • grotesque. Let us assume that a patient comes and displays this
    • let us say — a fire demon. Men of earlier periods
    • channel.” Let us turn back then to one of the elementary
    • perhaps ‘for science's sake’) do not let us take the spiritual
    • But let us read to the end of the sentence:
    • When you read the complete sentence you run upon the great
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    • mystical drifting among all sorts of incomplete or
    • Let
    • subtleties of subconscious acuteness, of subconscious slyness,
    • and the little pamphlets on
    • After this digression let us return to our subject. Dessoir
    • in his remark regarding the little pamphlet
    • guide. He let him enter what was for him the proper channel,
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    • is comparable, let us say, to walking straight ahead in a
    • Behind or, let us say, below all the details of this usual
    • Let
    • us consider a striking example: Let us assume that
    • lifetime twenty-four such Magdalenes!) Let us assume also that
    • she had no such injurious subconscious desire. But let us
    • let us pass through without resistance, but if we encounter
    • way: let us say a brick falls on our head. We can see no
    • which happen very much against our will. Let us assume that at
    • is this meant? In the following way: Let us suppose that
    • disease ... or let us rather assume as an example that someone
    • over from his past life. Just let us suppose that someone has
    • let us assume that someone with a pronounced quality of vanity
    • devachanic world is the complete opposite of the physical;
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    • Generally speaking, it must be said that a complete
    • picture of a spiritual event. Let us say, for example, that
    • — an occurrence, let us say, of the sense world, but in
    • subconscious. Let us assume that we are forming an
    • the super-sensible world, and let us imagine this world where
    • Let
    • activities works directly, creating or depleting, upon the
    • Let
    • physical eyes, and receives a sense impression. Let us
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    • is a question of remembering, let us say, very abstract
    • Let
    • differentiate and recognize its connection with the complete
    • its forces having completed their activity in the present
    • That must be understood as follows: Let us proceed first from
    • the standpoint of ordinary life. Let us take a striking case: A
    • Let
    • thus one complete breath in 24 hours, in one day. That is 365
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    • let us say — the eighth, ninth and tenth centuries, and in
    • Let us consider an old Hebrew initiate. Although initiation was not so
    • still not yet overcome, and whoever believes that it is completely
    • being, and cannot reckon, one would say: Man cannot reckon. But let
    • completely inoculated at that time by the materialistic mood —
    • character of complete impersonality. Whoever will experience the true
    • e.g., for the greater significance of, let us say, the Christ,
    • lets the facts alone speak, when one heeds no reasons derived from
    • personal opinion, but lets facts alone speak in this sphere.
    • period of time is that of the first, complete conquest of the racial
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    • thereby a complete picture, because they are not alike — and
    • first when we are in a position to form a complete representation from
    • the four sides, do we then get a complete idea of the events of
    • There we have — just to mention but one thing — let us say,
    • documents has evolved further, and has let his contribution flow into
    • physical brain. Let us take Zarathustra. What he gave to his disciples
    • turn the gaze away from the outer world if they let the highest truths
    • to me in the spirit, if, without looking outwards, I let the
    • Now let us ask ourselves: What happened there, when the old
    • Esau has remained at an earlier stage. It is he who is the simpleton,
    • letting those tendencies prevail down in them. From 14 to 21, the
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    • considerations, on the three gospels, to let appear before our
    • something which formed a warm, hut-like enclosure. The letter
    • such soul paths, that ye let the strong “I” awaken in
    • matter, not of the subsidiary ones. Now let us assume the same mode of
    • Now let us hear the great, beautiful legends of Zarathustra. As his
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    • their sleep transpired completely unconsciously. Those human
    • that from which it really became possible. Let us speak for a
    • completely astral [astray?] as regards Christianity. We can
    • — which is in complete contrast to that of his
    • conscious that he was only completely comprehensible to the
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    • sleep until waking up, or, let us say, if he became conscious
    • of thought we feel ourselves as individual beings. Let us once
    • as, let us say, electricity or magnetism or the force of heat,
    • let us go back again to something else, to which I have drawn
    • has undergone a complete transformation. People to-day have not
    • have completely broken with this idea of Truth. They only
    • Earth.” Let us get that sentence clearly in mind: —
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    • ‘heaven’, and Gaia ‘earth’. And let me draw your attention to the fact
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    • completely detached from all the rest of the contents of the human
    • Let us first call to mind the whole of the myth. We are told that
    • let him go, and at last he reaches his home country.
    • Now let us go through this outline of the Odyssey as it is known to us
    • Odyssey? Odysseus himself is its expression. Let us turn back for a
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    • initiate Siegfried. Let us briefly run through the salient points of
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    • Let us consider the
    • anatomist does of the skeleton. This figure is really present in the
    • to recognize this, let us turn again to the human being.
    • plant's sensitivity, then what he says rests on a complete
    • will have been completed, when man will have transformed his whole
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    • Let us put this before
    • Now let us follow
    • body shaped itself. Let us go into this more deeply! Let us picture
    • Let us recall once
    • Let us now consider
    • Christ. To be sure, the fish is outwardly an incomplete being but it
    • himself. Let us make it clear to ourselves how man arrived at his
    • under our completely changed conditions, this state is, of course, a
    • Now let us go back to
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    • a man finds himself completely in his body has he been able to
    • duality is all is always in the wrong. Let us make this clear to
    • fullness or completeness. You will often hear it said in popular
    • direction this really takes. First, however let's examine a plant, a
    • the plant but also in higher realms of life. Let us trace in thought,
    • Let us return to the
    • Before that there is not much else he can do than to let nature take
    • become a regression if he is turned loose in life with complete
    • journeyman had to be completed before one could be called a
    • Now let us look back
    • To complete these
    • remarks let it be said once more that in the fifth week, on the fifth
    • added part of the letter from Felix Hau (in German):
    • myself did not take a look in the book, but I feel completely
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    • there in nature. Let us look back to an earlier time when there were
    • letters, and men are the words that are composed from them. Outside,
    • which they belong. Let us see what they show us.
    • world — the single letters of which a man is composed —
    • Let me set this seal
    • being that is best described when we let them flow together into the
    • cosmos. The complete creativity of this process is represented by the
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    • is pain’ and that I said: ‘Let us look at those who, in
    • took place with further evolution in this way: let us suppose that we
    • ellipse and let the planets rotate within it, and spin round
    • For now humanity had completely forgot what it once knew. Had it
    • Let me show you an example of the difficulty there is in
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    • still more simply. Let us imagine that we reduce air to a watery
    • Let us now look around at our world: we see solid rocks, flowing
    • we do is also of importance for the spiritual world. Let us consider
    • the substance have something to do with each other. Let us suppose
    • surroundings into you. Let us take it that the man staring at the
    • inclination to let the spirit of things live in his soul. He lives
    • fact of having passed from the outer world into man. Let us take
    • to their own element. During the whole of his earthly life, man lets
    • in which he simply lets the spirit dwell in him without transforming
    • night. When man is idle and lets himself go, he affects those
    • darkness, he let through his idleness remain in the same state; those
    • grades of spirits. Let us take man who at the beginning of winter
    • the spirit within me.’ Let us take a man who acquires a more
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    • Let us take it as an hypothesis that you might have flown through
    • eggs of warmth and letting them dissolve again. And now we shall be
    • able to imagine the process more exactly. Let us suppose that you
    • Now let us suppose that all those Spirits of Personality on ancient
    • completely, but remained. Thus two states or conditions developed
    • fire and smoke or air. By means of the light they let their shining
    • process of exhalation and inhalation. Let us now vividly imagine how
    • one would see those happenings externally. Let us take the condition
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    • Now let us glance at the other things we have described in the
    • Let us now call up once more before our minds this ancient Saturn and
    • to bring it completely under the dominion of the ‘I.’ Now
    • has complete power over it, we say: this astral body has become of
    • completely dominated by the ‘I,’ it glows with the ‘I;’
    • advanced that he has completely conquered and absolutely dominated
    • gradually preparing himself to let his Ego act upon his astral and
    • giving, the thing goes very far indeed. Let us take some being who
    • they could then let that warmth of ancient Saturn stream out
    • Let us imagine that the small circle is the ball of the Ancient Sun;
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    • Saturn? Let us make a precise image of it. Of course ancient Saturn
    • than the Cherubim, let their substance flow downwards to form the
    • Let us go further. We know that the next condition is again one of
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    • day culture in general. On a certain territory, (let us take Germany,
    • result, the product, of thought. Let us look at it once from the
    • point of view of the Ptolemaic. Let us consider that the Sun stands
    • in the middle, let us calculate where the places of the planets must
    • for mere physical observation, it coincides at first completely.
    • assumption, at a time when man had gone completely adrift from the
    • the one burning point, and let Venus, Mercury and the Earth with her
    • such men. Let us suppose, in order to explain it more precisely: some
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    • refashioned part of his astral body is completely ruled by the ‘I’,
    • very much from each other. Let us then draw the fifth part of man the
    • spirit: when the whole of it is transformed it becomes completely
    • world; at first he has really only Manas completely developed, the
    • worlds, so that we can only have a complete image of the Archangel
    • Let us imagine that someone has progressed so far that he is able to
    • find a man who did not yet feel his Ego completely within him, who
    • exhibiting complete regularity does not work itself out with such
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    • existence, in other words, we consider them in their completeness.
    • Thus in this completeness we have to consider that which we call, in
    • warmth or fire. And now let us imagine that this primeval globe of
    • Zodiac. We shall see that it agrees with it completely. But you must
    • in their development, that they could let their own substance stream
    • out. They let their warmth substance percolate, as it were, into that
    • Now let us consider that point at which all those globes came to a
    • Wisdom. The Thrones are Beings of greater power; they could let their
    • had once completed its circle and returned to its starting point, to
    • Let us proceed. We need not describe the next conditions so much in
    • that has been said agrees completely with the facts of science, but
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    • reached that point which we described yesterday. Let us suppose we
    • completely justified; for, with the planets of the present day, we
    • it has, so to speak, come to a conclusion, when it is complete; you
    • is completed, all the conditions are accomplished with which it is
    • progressed so far that they were able to let their own Substance
    • completely transformed, completely penetrated by the work and
    • action of the Ego. Let us take a man who has not yet reached that
    • grade of development when the astral body is completely penetrated by
    • and less behind him in the astral world. Let us follow the process;
    • far advanced that it is completely transformed, in that moment the
    • Let us now go further. Man can always develop further and further; at
    • influence their own bodies in such a way that they can let some of
    • their influence stream out. As the Thrones let their essence flow
    • out, so in another way the Nirmana-Kayas let their own bodies flow
    • great questions which each of you may ask who has let these lectures
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    • Let us now consider this further development of matter, and with this
    • the Godhead had let the world's evolution remain as it was, up
    • good. Now let us descend to those Beings we call the Powers or
    • earth and ensouled physical, etheric and astral bodies. Let us take
    • completely to themselves. In the Christ there appeared a Being of a
    • up his mind to let it act upon him, that is, when it can be joined to
    • be really understood. And the Ego must decide in complete freedom,
    • it appears somewhat pedantic. Let us suppose, leaving aside the
    • Now comes the Advent of the Christ. Let us take a man who has
    • beginning. But let us take the Ideal; the man's ‘Ego’
    • has voluntarily, with complete free will, allowed the Christ's
    • Personality. Man had a completely new mission to fulfil in the world,
  • Title: The East in the Light of the West: Lecture I
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    • through the light by which it is illuminated. Therefore let no one
    • into our souls, letting it fill them, we shall be able to learn in
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    • thing necessary. Let us suppose that a person has progressed so far
    • Let us now consider two cases.
    • to meet it. Let us suppose that a man with a wrongly developed astral
    • the etheric body during life if complete clairvoyance is to be
    • possibility of letting all interests in the surrounding world die
    • Day’ all our interests in the outer world, of letting them die
    • organs they are, how complete in themselves, how perfect as
    • Let
    • without further preparation, let us suppose that some magician (of
    • the moment of death; let us suppose that we could do this without the
    • demand of man a complete transformation of his being such as he has
    • believed the marks left by the wheels to be something complete in
    • who live in the elements. For let us consider our physical
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    • in the course of time. Let us suppose that a man has done an
    • or of feeling. A thought which is, let us say, distinct, definite,
    • is different from the consciousness, let us say, of the ancient
    • reality for spiritual perception. And now let us see whether in this
    • Let
    • Let
    • from this point let us look at the wisdom of different epochs in a
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    • present. Let us in this connection take a definite spiritual
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    • nature. Let us say — and do not take the word amiss — the
    • Now let us enquire
    • Let
    • complete. Whatever mankind of the present time may say or do, the
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    • world and the spirit within man. Let us picture to ourselves the
    • let us turn again to evolution. We have already seen that only the
    • decreased; he gradually lost his original dim clairvoyance. But let
    • instinctive spiritual sight when it is turned outwards. Then let us
    • come about; let us enquire into mediaeval mystical development, into
    • through a new influx of the Luciferic principle. Let us consider an
    • time has already arrived when the Rosicrucians must let their
    • letting the light which streams forth and may be gained from
    • complete reversal of the conditions by which man can acquire
    • into the spiritual worlds fully and completely.
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    • let us call up before our minds the most radical change in the nature
    • But in humanity of the Graeco-Latin epoch, there was such a complete
    • future. We live in a time when the most complete inner permeation of
    • let us ask ourselves, what enables the physical body to hand
    • life, let us say, from 3000 BC to our own era, and on to 3000 AD had
    • the Christ, and by letting Him grow more and more into our soul
    • as follows: Let us take, they say, one of the finer substances which
    • you meet a man today who has an evil thought about you (let us say
    • completely wrong. We must always take the realities into
    • it ascended into the consciousness as a complete thought. Today man
    • what was not known, was that this clairvoyance — let us
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    • have seen how completely different man's feeling life was at that
    • revival felt this with special emphasis. Let me give one example
    • parts of its being. Let us ascend from a human being to a divine
    • should not be satisfied with the mere letter, but should penetrate
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    • number seven as a basis. Let us for instance consider the
    • now let us conceive that which becomes our earth beginning to be
    • let us once more place before our souls that which is a consequence
    • completeness by means of the highest teaching.
    • was already known, is to be in complete ignorance concerning the
    • Bodhisattva was the same Being who after completing its task in the
    • Let
    • been completely lost. Yet the following story was related (it is to
    • completely different Being from the Bodhisattvas and Whom we can
    • Him will grow more and more complete. The Middle Ages certainly
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    • comes to light when the God within man says, “Let the God
    • Take your stand between God and Nature and let the human being in
    • squeezed out and sucked dry of all life, leaving only the skeleton of
    • the concepts. Yet the philosophers take that skeleton for a living
    • Just such a skeleton of concepts was all that the
    • understanding of anthroposophy's aims, let us first ponder the
    • therefore these that anthroposophy must consider first. Let the study
    • into complete confusion, groping its way from detail to detail and
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    • Now let us ascend a bit. As the second sense, we listed
    • completely surrounded by water, and although he was not filled with
    • nature. Let us first recall and examine the sense of smell. What is
    • well as “feeling.” With this in mind let the student now
    • our surroundings are at a low temperature we let warmth flow into
    • them; when our own temperature is low we let warmth flow into us.
    • and is active in him. He appropriates it and lets it stream out. The
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    • are still higher, purely spiritual senses, but let them here be
    • ourselves completely. We see but a part of our surface, never our
    • Let us further consider the portion of the human being
    • instance — and let us delimit it. Through what agency is he to
    • Now let us assume that such an organ is to come into
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    • is completely dammed up within, and no currents come to meet it from
    • can err, because its activity is completely dammed up within the
    • let concepts of things, thoughts about things, rise up in us.
    • To clarify these conditions by an illustration, let us
    • of visualization, let us ask ourselves which of these came into being
    • group souls that endow man with speech? Let us look at the earth in
    • outer structure was already complete. Strong currents were therefore
    • down to the letter formations of the various languages. The reason
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    • Now let us turn to something different. Suppose we are
    • completely entered your soul life. Something that has become part of
    • an example, let us assume that while you are waiting for a train,
    • experience. When we perform such an inner act — let judgments
    • fatal for his inference. Let us assume that the ego conception
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    • Let us recall the contrasts in Goethe's soul, as they were disclosed
    • no longer let them enter our soul worlds, yet the external passing of
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    • Let us imagine, then, that the content of the soul life
    • experience a tone through the ear, a smell through the nose? Let us
    • the soul lets its own inner being surge there, you find it to be the
    • penetrates to the surface. But let us suppose that the force of
    • life. Let us keep that in mind.
    • weights on a scale, the feeling of hope is complete in itself. The
    • Let us examine more closely what it is that enters the
    • Let us compare this condition with a desire that
    • imprisoned in itself and has a deleterious effect on the health of
    • encompassed by the soul life, let us suppose a man faces an object;
    • inner experiences in which we have an unfulfilled longing. Let us
    • Let this line represent the eye as the portal of sight.
    • Now we let our desire (horizontal lines) stream to the portal of
    • Now let our reasoning powers (vertical lines) flow there as well.
    • completely. In this case our desire surges as far as the outer world
    • connection with other objects as well, but then we find complete
    • let reasoning and desire flow to the boundary of the soul life, and
    • completely fulfills the conditions of a healthy soul life as devotion
    • unhealthy: let us eschew it; wallowing in beauty is healthy: let us
    • In seeking truth we must surrender ourselves completely, and in
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    • Let us compare this poem with the other from a definite
    • it. Let us keep that in mind.
    • Keeping this fact in mind, let us now examine the
    • but can become conscious. Let us keep clearly in view that
    • conscious. They are always present, but not always conscious. Let us
    • stream of the soul life and thereby becomes visible again. Let us try
    • Enquiring next into the cause of such a reflection, let
    • Now let us recall the fact, already mentioned, that
    • Let us recall that reasoning is an activity of the soul,
    • the continuous stream. The ego covers it and lets the endless current
    • right had it not been for his complete ignorance of every occult
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    • Let us consider, as an illustration, the two extreme
    • that would not have been a complete development. Unmistakably,
    • existence and let us say it finds the physical life of man imperfect.
    • The spirit must feel this longing, otherwise it would have completely
    • complete step in the development of the spirit.
    • Brentano arrived at an inherently incomplete doctrine of
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: II. Truth and Error in the Light of the Spiritual World.
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    • completely hidden from man, perceptible only after he had entirely
    • whole series of lectures. Let us assume that actually nothing existed
    • but corporeality, the outer physical world. Let us further assume
    • must forget nothing in the world when dealing with a complete picture
    • being a conclusion. Let us now see what super-sensible research has to
    • knew for certain to be an error. Let us think an error. At first
    • principle at the inception of super-sensible man, by letting it
    • Purgatory as they are usually represented on votive tablets by
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    • to our anthroposophical doctrine of the spirit, let us call to mind
    • Now let me ask you this. If you were to traverse the
    • though we mastered them completely in our soul, as though they were
    • described? We can do this by not letting ourselves be guided by the
    • nature that would give him complete mastery over all that in his
    • up to it in conscientious inner devotion and let it work upon us —
    • Now let us examine the other aspect, the emotions. It
    • that is to penetrate our consciousness. Let us consider this more
    • spiritual world as a spiritual being, created a bridge to him. Let us
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    • they are, but of what we see in them. Let us suppose a person to be
    • completely distorted and seen in caricature. The essential thing is
    • alter our own beings if we really get completely away from ourselves,
    • concentration, namely, by endeavoring to let our memories unfold with
    • complete inner faithfulness, with absolute inner conscientiousness.
    • raised arise out of principles that completely misjudge world
    • century, and theosophical activity and endeavor fell off completely
    • feel more than ever how sketchy and incomplete everything must be
    • Let me say at the close of this cycle that spiritual
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    • praises and she alone punishes — herself, Let her do with me what she
    • time and then think how difficult it is to make the violet or some
    • wisdom-religions, What does it signify? Let me try to express it in
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    • begin with, let us listen to the beautiful apostrophe to the sun which
    • Goethe lets these words be spoken by Faust, the representative of
    • black earth-disc, a violet-reddish orb gradually became visible, on
    • the earth shall have completed its evolution, when the Light will
    • was embodied in the Christos. Just as the sun completes its orbit in
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    • idea. There existed something which up to this day has been completely
    • souls seeking their way into earthly bodies.’ Let us try to grasp what
    • truth received from the South a completely distorted Christianity?
    • impulses went out from the Mysteries. And — let the modern intellect
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    • in the course of the ages. In times of antiquity, let us say about six
    • And so the contrast is complete:
    • has vanished most completely of all, perhaps, in many of those who
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    • century after Christ, this wisdom had almost completely disappeared.
    • from earlier centuries of Christendom. If we let these things work
    • is to be complete, the word ‘Unborn-ness’ must be there as well as the
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    • rocks, one can say no truer thing than that here is the skeleton which
    • And now let us imagine that the Mystery of Golgotha had not taken
    • Cosmic Being. Again and again let it be repeated that the infinite
    • und die uns zuletzt gegeben
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    • years. Let us consider the nature of this progress. After the great
    • these Teachers it was in complete contradiction. Here we have an
    • human instrument. Let us picture to ourselves in what way such an
    • “It is not necessary for us completely to enter the human
    • Let us now observe that significant Being, whom in his earthly
    • was complete master of it; and this in quite a different fashion than
    • completely filled the whole human form, yet he as man, dwelling within
    • Let us now compare yet another Being with that which affects
    • mission we shall have completed the period of earth-existence.
    • Christ shall have completed his work, will humanity realise what
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    • comfortably contained in a small pamphlet of sixty pages or so;
    • distribute as many copies as possible of a booklet containing these
    • sixty-page pamphlet? What can these Anthroposophists possibly have to
    • Let us take the following as an example. Suppose we have two vessels
    • illness may either be healed, or we may die of it. — Let us
    • say: ‘Perhaps it might be as well to let an illness take its
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    • to understand the Gospels completely a never-ending spiritual work is
    • had intended him to have, he would have fallen utterly and completely.
    • complete health; the illness we have overcome will be the germs of
    • completely in mere matter. This refers more especially to his
    • not yet completely closed. Man still had intense moments in which, in
    • connection with the spiritual world and become completely one with the
    • Let us pass on to the etheric body, which is the builder of the
    • them to find inner comfort, the inner paraclete, the inner
    • Let us now ascend to that which works as sentient soul within the
    • Let us further ascend to the intellectual or mind soul. This principle
    • — was completed at the end of the nineteenth century, and because
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    • development of all humanity. Let us briefly recapitulate what was put
    • into complete life in a physical body. That had to be because human
    • Life-Spirit, was called ‘Kohelet’; for it was said: ‘In
    • names: Jedidjah, Kohelet, Salomo; and four additional names: Agur, Ben
    • world. He yielded himself completely, either to the external
    • seek within themselves the power to find the Paraclete in their inner
    • themselves the Paraclete, known later as the Holy Ghost who reveals
    • the Paraclete. This is literally contained in the second sentence of
    • the Sermon on the Mount, even to the expression; Paraclete. It is only
    • wrote letters and epistles at that time from Smyrna, which, although
    • undergoes a complete modification. It must be entirely re-modeled, so
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    • would be completely wrong. The polarity between man and woman within
    • a thing, did not completely pass from the earlier form into the normal
    • form, which has not descended completely into matter. Though it has
    • are which are completely wrong and out of drawing; to these belong the
    • He gets up in the morning, eats his breakfast and completes the rest
    • Let us now picture the vision of Christ, as it will appear to the
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    • great poet, Ćschylos. When we let the personages depicted by the
    • Graeco-Roman, and our own epoch. Let us now for a moment transport
    • Individualities of humanity. Let us keep before our minds the fact to
    • occult sense is true) relates as follows. Having completed his task in
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    • who have also now passed over into the Spiritual realm, let us in
    • as far back as history records; do not let us spoil those traditions
    • be instigated by her, but do not let us ferret about in her private
    • the Theosophical Movement for the Christ-experience was completely
    • Society, who has also now passed into the spiritual world. Let us
    • In this spirit let us endeavour to make ourselves capable of preparing
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    • realm is complete inner rest and steadiness of soul. This quietness
    • Let us consider the following instance. Suppose after death we meet
    • acknowledge this fact shows complete misunderstanding. Let us
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    • off from our being. To characterize this phase more accurately let us
    • Let us now consider the important relationship between the second
    • Let us now consider the stages in embryonic development that take
    • let us indicate one after another the prenatal conditions of the
    • the earth is completely diverted. We live with those individuals who
    • died before us and whom we completely forget, finds it difficult to
    • for the cultural life on earth to have changed completely. We do not
    • Let us consider the child. As yet he does not live fully on the
    • would also have to refer the being of God to yourself, to let it be
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    • is kindled for the first time during childhood. Now let us ask “How
    • an increasingly accurate and complete idea of the landscape will be
    • a complete fallacy. The reality is that since the Mystery of
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    • Let us consider our existence in the sense world during waking
    • Let us consider an initiate who knew that something was to happen at
    • They completely shake up the connection between the physical and
    • completed, a human being leaves this sphere and enters the actual
    • Let us assume that a person has died before us. According to the
    • is quite unjustified. Let us understand how matters really stand with
    • Now let us go over to “Day” which lies on the opposite
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    • number of factors. To begin with, let me portray life after death in
    • by means of occult research but we will take two. For instance, let
    • let us consider the external facts. If in Europe we were to have a
    • creed similar, let us say, to the Hindu creed, we should be obliged
    • lost, after all. Let us take the more radical case. Suppose that
    • about them. Let us start with the figures of “Night.”
    • Now let us look at the figure of “Day.” This is no barren
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    • his soul. For instance, let us consider a man who goes through the
    • something incomplete rises into the consciousness of the human being.
    • Let us take an example. Two people are living together. One of them
    • Let me give you an apparently paradoxical example. No doubt we
    • Are not the things of which we have been speaking really there? Let
    • condition during which we are able to let the spiritual world shine
    • and rebirth, and we shall get to know them as time goes on, let me
    • Let us first consider the intellectual forces. How do they assist us
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    • also the first occasion on which we have gathered in this room. Let
    • willing. In our feelings, however, we are completely ourselves and
    • there we live completely within our own soul, as it were. Why is this
    • the period between death and a new birth from another side. Let us
    • into the Mercury sphere in a completely different way from one who
    • nevertheless not find himself completely alone, but will find other
    • the possibility of changing a relationship with a fellow man. Let us
    • Let us take an actual example that occurs quite frequently. Two
    • dead can influence the living let us take the following as our
    • Let us assume that we are in the habit of going to work at eight
    • Let us assume that we definitely know that something would have
    • Let us suppose that a person left five minutes early, and as a result
    • Let us first deal with this wonderful statue, “Night.” It
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    • Let us take life on earth as a starting point. Perhaps you will have
    • just been related may be a complete deception. He who has convinced
    • But let us consider the effect on the soul of a person who has been
    • but the effect of lunar influences is completely ignored by
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    • look at a soul that has gone through the gate of death. Let us take
    • Let us clarify this point before embarking on the profound facts
    • Let us consider what is yet another real experience to the seer. When
    • Now let us consider with super-sensible perception the soul of an
    • not letting our innate spirit-powers wither, but of cultivating them
    • You may well make use of the following picture. Let it impress itself
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    • Let us broach the matter concretely. When the seer who is able to
    • gradually develop an understanding for the dead, let us consider the
    • Let us consider this matter from another aspect. How many impressions
    • following possibility. Let us assume that things actually happened in
    • Let us consider an extreme case. One will no doubt have come across
    • Let me bring another matter to your attention. For the seer there is
    • compensation is incomplete. Each time there remains a small residue
    • develop in the soul that lead to a next incarnation. Let me attempt
    • Let us take the soul of Goethe. For a long time before birth the soul
    • complete network of relationships may come about.
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    • if during our life we have been completely immersed in the external
    • Let us take the example of Gautama Buddha. He was that human
    • had completed his incarnations it was no longer necessary for him to
    • impulses from them. That is why it is a complete fallacy to maintain
    • Let us take the example of two people who were on friendly terms
    • concentration or to let such thoughts pass through his soul. One
    • Let us take an example. A person is in the habit of leaving home
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    • completely away from the idea of the spiritual world until the moment
    • In order to clarify still further what is meant, let us consider the
    • hand so that we are completely involved in what we do and realize
    • completely cut themselves off from the spiritual world. It is
    • themselves completely against this progressive course are also too
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    • spheres. Let us now briefly recapitulate what was said then.
    • let us say, the orbit of the moon.
    • true service of love. Let us picture such a situation. The dead
    • separate. Beings may be completely intermingled without knowing
    • Let us now consider what comes about mainly when the period of
    • completing the work. He was incapable of unfolding the power whereby
    • prevented from completing Pandora. This is the case with some
    • who does not complete a work such as Pandora, but every
    • Thus after having cast away more or less completely what still draws
    • cosmos. When the expansion has been completed he contracts again
    • transferred into the midst of what was completely alien to him, into
    • following may happen. Let us say that a man has inscribed one of his
    • realms lying beyond the Sun sphere. Let us consider the Saturn sphere
    • respects remained incomplete. As a matter of fact, no man of similar
    • eminence left as much uncompleted as Leonardo da Vinci. The
    • complete this picture. I have prototypes in life for all the figures
    • Judas in the picture that has almost completely faded, a shadow is to
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    • Let us take our starting point from a particular instance. A man
    • time he learns to live as a soul-spirit being. Let us vividly imagine
    • completely the thoughts that link him to the earth, he would also
    • too, the earth cannot completely disappear from him. It is only in
    • Let us assume that two people lived side by side here on earth. The
    • beings of the higher world, a preparation in the complete
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    • soul and spirit-being could completely disappear. It is stated, for
    • Let us take as an example a person who developed on earth what one
    • completely dependent on himself because as human beings on earth we
    • Let us consider an outstanding example. Luther's appearance at
    • meaningful. Let me relate an actual instance. I met a hydrocephalic
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    • picture of the life that is so completely different from our
    • Let us take the extreme case of a person who, while on earth, has
    • am about to describe never quite come into effect. Let us assume that
    • they will dwell within the same space but will be completely unaware
    • corresponds, let us say, to what here are our eyes. Without eyes, no
    • Let us again take the extreme case of the person who has made no
    • Let us take an example. There are beings known as bodhisattvas, lofty
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    • a complete participator in its activity. He knows: “Everything
    • In truth, thought is most completely our possession. If we can find
    • the relation to the Cosmos of what is most completely ours. This can
    • In order to make this clear, let us take a general concept that is
    • Naturally, this goes further. Let us suppose that someone says the
    • dear chap, I can't let you off with just showing me the Berlin
    • Let us keep to the triangle, for it makes no difference to the
    • Let us suppose that we do not draw the triangle so that we simply
    • are related to one another. Let us take this triangle that we have
    • here, and let us allow each side to move as it will in any direction,
    • only draw a triangle and let it stay as it is, but I will make
    • hundred actual thalers. But let us take a very obvious point of view,
    • and somebody lets you choose whether he is to give you the hundred
    • Let us suppose that we have here a mountain or hill, and beside it, a
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    • would be beneath the dignity of man to let one's things be made by
    • grasped. For let us suppose that one day everybody were to say:
    • completely within, so that he can contemplate it in its inner being,
    • Let us suppose the following. There was once in Görlitz a
    • night.” Let us suppose that Jacob Boehme had said this.
    • Let us imagine the way in which one forms general concepts; the way
    • something to do with what we call “cats”. But now let us
    • one must let that which corresponds to it pass over into movement —
    • bring out to-day. Now let us take a general look at some matters
    • accordance with their nature. Let us say they stick at something that
    • occur, and can lead to a complete denial of material life. We should
    • these persons. Let us call their conception of the universe:
    • it? Let there be One Undivided Spirit!” Anyone who goes more
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    • variety holds the best key. If we let these twelve varieties pass
    • incline to let one or the other of these varieties have the upper
    • were to say, “So far I have seen violets only in Austria;
    • therefore I call violets only flowers that grow in Austria and have a
    • violet colour — nothing else.” Logically it is just as
    • Let us suppose that someone is a Voluntarist, with a special
    • phenomena; he lets things approach and waits for whatever comes from
    • Let us begin with Idealism, and let us mark it with the
    • mental-zodiacal sign of Aries; in like manner let us mark
    • Often a man is so one-sided that he lets himself be influenced by
    • not by insisting on one of these tones, but by letting them sound
    • influencing? Let us say of someone that with his Logicism he is
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    • Let us suppose that a person so lives in the world that among his
    • also under other moods of soul. Let us suppose that a man so changes
    • tendency to change is already given. Let us suppose that such a soul
    • and seeks an outlet by placing itself in opposition to the direction
    • the central nervous system. It sets in motion — let us say if
    • cosmic decision — ”Let Mysticism appear in Idealism.”
    • think. For example: “Let Empiricism appear in the sign of
    • Rationalism!” and so on. Let us try to realize what can be
    • thought in the cosmos in this way. It can be thought: “Let
    • Mysticism appear in the sign of Idealism! Let it change! Let it
    • men, and that individuals are to them what the individual letters of
    • Let us take the example of Wundt, whom I mentioned yesterday. His
    • constellation. Let us suppose that he could ever struggle on to an
    • his, he turns what lies within his range into a complete philosophy.
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    • a complete participator in its activity. He knows: “Everything
    • In truth, thought is most completely our possession. If we can find
    • the relation to the Cosmos of what is most completely ours. This can
    • In order to make this clear, let us take a general concept that is
    • Naturally, this goes further. Let us suppose that someone says the
    • dear chap, I can't let you off with just showing me the Berlin
    • Let us keep to the triangle, for it makes no difference to the
    • Let us suppose that we do not draw the triangle so that we simply
    • are related to one another. Let us take this triangle that we have
    • here, and let us allow each side to move as it will in any direction,
    • only draw a triangle and let it stay as it is, but I will make
    • hundred actual thalers. But let us take a very obvious point of view,
    • and somebody lets you choose whether he is to give you the hundred
    • Let us suppose that we have here a mountain or hill, and beside it, a
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    • would be beneath the dignity of man to let one's things be made by
    • grasped. For let us suppose that one day everybody were to say:
    • completely within, so that he can contemplate it in its inner being,
    • Let us suppose the following. There was once in Görlitz a
    • night.” Let us suppose that Jacob Boehme had said this.
    • Let us imagine the way in which one forms general concepts; the way
    • something to do with what we call “cats”. But now let us
    • one must let that which corresponds to it pass over into movement —
    • bring out to-day. Now let us take a general look at some matters
    • accordance with their nature. Let us say they stick at something that
    • occur, and can lead to a complete denial of material life. We should
    • these persons. Let us call their conception of the universe:
    • it? Let there be One Undivided Spirit!” Anyone who goes more
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    • variety holds the best key. If we let these twelve varieties pass
    • incline to let one or the other of these varieties have the upper
    • were to say, “So far I have seen violets only in Austria;
    • therefore I call violets only flowers that grow in Austria and have a
    • violet colour — nothing else.” Logically it is just as
    • Let us suppose that someone is a Voluntarist, with a special
    • phenomena; he lets things approach and waits for whatever comes from
    • Let us begin with Idealism, and let us mark it with the
    • mental-zodiacal sign of Aries; in like manner let us mark
    • Often a man is so one-sided that he lets himself be influenced by
    • not by insisting on one of these tones, but by letting them sound
    • influencing? Let us say of someone that with his Logicism he is
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    • Let us suppose that a person so lives in the world that among his
    • also under other moods of soul. Let us suppose that a man so changes
    • tendency to change is already given. Let us suppose that such a soul
    • and seeks an outlet by placing itself in opposition to the direction
    • the central nervous system. It sets in motion — let us say if
    • cosmic decision — ”Let Mysticism appear in Idealism.”
    • think. For example: “Let Empiricism appear in the sign of
    • Rationalism!” and so on. Let us try to realize what can be
    • thought in the cosmos in this way. It can be thought: “Let
    • Mysticism appear in the sign of Idealism! Let it change! Let it
    • men, and that individuals are to them what the individual letters of
    • Let us take the example of Wundt, whom I mentioned yesterday. His
    • constellation. Let us suppose that he could ever struggle on to an
    • his, he turns what lies within his range into a complete philosophy.
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    • Illness and Death. Yet each of these three lectures will be complete
    • completely enigmatic one: Suffering.
    • suffering and unspeakable pain can be connected with a completely
    • and appears in external action. Let us try to put before us two men
    • able to let death arise within it and to transform this death
    • time, then they came to completion and an opposition arose. If you
    • let his feelings be guided rightly through thoughts, to bring his
    • tragic poet, as his hero succumbs to suffering, lets this suffering
    • life becomes richer, more full of content, when we let it extend over
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    • complete way the problem of how to carry the greatest possible mass
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    • being bound up with it. Let those who shudder at the word teleology
    • an historical survey of these solutions; hence let us mention here
    • what is illness? Let us be clear what happens when a man as a living
    • single letters of an alphabet are set out in the whole of nature, and
    • where there is an abundance of tsetse flies and let these animals be
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    • Let's remind ourselves of the state of consciousness of the old
    • the Greek temple is a complete expression of the spiritual
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    • the Law of Cause and Effect. Let us be clear about what we understand
    • caused.’ Let us try in the first place, by mere observation of
    • life can lead us to the perception of a law of inter-dependence. Let
    • Let us start, then, with the study of the karma of one special person.
    • industrious and active, leading an excellent life.’ Now, let us
    • study the teaching it will not help him very much. But if he lets
    • karmic effect. Let us now apply the same reflections to what we know
    • already been said. Let us take a discoverer or an inventor, for
    • human life over long periods of time. Let us consider human life in
    • recurrent movements showing a sort of inner completeness. But we find
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    • they do not present such a complete individuality as the Ego of man,
    • Descartes so completely, for this shows us that in past centuries
    • illustration, let us suppose we have a glass of water in which some
    • will be of the same colour, the same density, etc. Now let us suppose
    • transformed. Let us now ask how the animals with their more rigid
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    • Let us take the standpoint of one who thinks that we are gloriously
    • Let us suppose that two persons are speaking together. One says to the
    • Above all, he will be convinced that a complete understanding of some
    • may be extended. Let us leave it to those who enjoy using such
    • or metals. Let them talk about rust as disease of the iron. We must be
    • Following the clue given by inward spiritual observation let us go
    • be seen to a great extent. Let us descend to a very low order of
    • next generation has again the complete parts. When the etheric body
    • form a complete organism. The etheric body of a triton still acts in
    • For example, let us take the triton, in which the severed member is
    • vegetable kingdom to a still higher degree. This union, let us say, is
    • body which adapts itself completely to the physical body; so that if
    • Let us now remember what takes place when a human being passes through
    • categories if we consider the effect upon the inner being of man. Let
    • forth a clear idea within you. Let it be an impression which aroused
    • Let us bear in mind that most impressions, really all the impressions
    • let us pass over to what on the whole does not come to consciousness,
    • most profound experiences in feeling. For example, let us suppose that
    • life. Let us go further.
    • Let us suppose that in one life a person manifests a particular
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    • time: teas, mixtures, more dangerous medicines, blood-letting, etc.
    • tendencies and desires. To illustrate this, let us take a striking
    • Let us suppose that in his previous life a person acted from an
    • Let us take another striking instance, and so that we may perceive the
    • We can examine certain forms of disease from this standpoint. Let us
    • forces and the possibility of rising higher. Let us suppose that man
    • Now let us suppose a case in which a person overcomes a disease,
    • account, as it were, may be made, and the payment is completed after
    • humbly let such questions stand over. With our higher consciousness we
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    • complete reversal of this opinion which found expression chiefly in
    • could let it live by itself and withdraw from the healthy part the
    • may thus crudely express myself, we can never really completely forget
    • further. If he could forget his state completely and develop the
    • Let us now assume that this personality before developing measles had
    • all kinds of self-deception, having completely corrected this failing.
    • different lines. Let us try to find a meaning in human evolution, and
    • at work when Galileo made this important discovery. Let us consider
    • result of Luther's translation of the Bible. Let us endeavour to
    • perceive a meaning in this, and then let us consider the following
    • can be explained. Let us now add to this statement a fact which has
    • soul life. Let us consider how very often we persuade ourselves that
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    • the greatest possible. Now let us examine in detail how such
    • Let us now enquire whether an external event occurring between birth
    • may gradually become comprehensible. So let us now add some more
    • the Earth period, and which will have completed its Evolution at the
    • Ego could be illustrated as follows. Let us suppose that we have a
    • attempted really to penetrate the inner being of man. Let us consider
    • entirely turned away from the external world. Let us read the
    • understanding of human nature. Now let us examine how these four
    • members of man are linked together in the case of a normal person. Let
    • body into the etheric and physical bodies. Let us suppose that this
    • Let us suppose that through experiences in a previous incarnation we
    • too far into the physical body. Let suppose that the astral body takes
    • even more vague than the consciousness of pain. Let us suppose that a
    • Let us try to explain the peculiar tendency acquired by a
    • we are dealing with an occurrence in the astral body. Now let us
    • Let us suppose that he wishes to do something concerning which in
    • knowing anything about it. Let us now take the case of a person who
    • himself to a host of bacilli. But let us suppose that this dim
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    • and not in the letter. Because the fact is so often emphasised that a
    • shock, for this is something completely unknown to him, and he fears
    • them so completely in his power, that they can hardly enter into the
    • Let us suppose that in one incarnation an ahrimanic influence had been
    • Let us take the case of a person who has a disease of the liver, but
    • influence of Lucifer. Let us compare this with the records of the Old
    • into our Earth existence. Let us try to trace in our Earth existence
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    • present incarnation but from a preceding one. Let us now try to get an
    • built into the three sheaths where they now dwell. Let us suppose that
    • incarnation will be implanted in one of the three soul members. Let us
    • completely heal him for his next incarnation; for he can be healed
    • Let us suppose that in one life we are particularly susceptible to the
    • towards balancing our earlier experiences. But let us suppose that the
    • Let us suppose that through the luciferic influence of an earlier
    • Let us suppose that dominated by the luciferic influence, we have been
    • events in our life which are of profound significance. Let us remember
    • Let us take a case which actually happened. In a natural catastrophe a
    • the one from the other. Let us suppose that according to the wisdom
    • towards his fellow-creatures. Let us suppose, for instance, that he
    • the contrary impetus that will cause us to re-ascend. Let us suppose
    • within his inner organism until a future incarnation. Let us suppose that
    • Let us further suppose we were in a position to protect them from this
    • organic expression of uncharitableness is killed in the most complete
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    • Let us suppose that by certain hygienic measures we render impossible
    • Let us not forget that our ancestors — that is to say our own
    • merely that we have changed its direction. Let us suppose that a
    • opportunities and influences. Let us assume that many epidemics and
    • Let us suppose that a woman lives in a certain incarnation. It cannot
    • with but little thoroughness. Let us quote an example of the
    • Let us suppose a young man is in a college where a rabid Darwinian is
    • but not those ranging from blue to violet.
    • Let us, therefore, look back upon a remote epoch of human evolution
    • influence. Let us try to set before our souls how this luciferic
    • body more and more, until it has been completely destroyed, so that it
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    • Let us now consider the other question: ‘Of what does the soul
    • completely transformed to a mere technique.
    • purity. Let us consider a mineral substance, a salt or any other
    • our own, a characteristic in many people is that they completely
    • the physical that they completely forget the spiritual, then a
    • spiritual world. Because there are so many people completely in the
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    • karma of man?’ Let us first of all consider what one might call
    • these things in completely different forms. Why is this so? Throughout
    • For let no man deceive himself. To think of such a goal in the right
    • in such a way that the individuality is completely maintained, so that
    • completed their work upon the Moon and who, when they looked at it
    • should be completed.
    • Now what of the Lucifer beings, who had not completed their
    • not complete it: ‘They saw their day's work, and behold, it was
    • interweave into external substance so that we completely overcome the
    • Anthroposophical truths. Let us endeavour to bring ourselves
    • completely to this, for only then shall we have an Anthroposophical
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    • genuine self-knowledge has to appear in complete soul quietness, the
    • can remember the past happening only when the soul in completely lucid
    • such words — though naturally these will seem complete
    • in complete calm the memory of the Cosmic Midnight. The memory during
    • Let us note very carefully something else
    • between Hilary and Romanus. Let your mind's eye rest on what has been
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    • this standpoint let us consider Ahriman or the ahrimanic beings.
    • appreciate his lawful impulses, for when he lets them enter our
    • without letting itself be led astray in the everyday physical sense
    • impressions but, received in this island kingdom, they are completely
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    • two things might happen: cloudiness or complete darkness would spread
    • to a being or event so completely that one transforms one's own inner
    • Let us suppose that a person's clairvoyant
    • Now let us suppose that a soul, becoming clairvoyant,
    • let us say — the president of the Theosophical Society,
    • world; they let the human soul do anything it likes with them. But it
    • world our thinking can be completely stupid and this does not harm us
    • become completely changed. There the inner mood or disposition
    • in its experiences, be capable of letting the sympathetic and
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    • describe the w as lines and the e as an incomplete
    • letters in front of you, you enter into a relationship with something
    • do for such arbitrary letters is unnecessary for reading the cosmic
    • it is important to let the things work freely on one.
    • with a certain justification, indeed even with complete
    • a person could say to someone opening a letter: “Well, yes,
    • you've received a letter, but there's nothing in it but letters of
    • the human being to the spiritual world, his book becomes completely
    • the physical world, he would even agree to let himself be convinced
    • feet. Let someone demand that and everyone will realize what nonsense
    • consciousness completely transformed in later life; then perhaps
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    • Before our good professor dropped completely into a
    • Benedictus said the following. Let us look at three
    • think and to try to explain things to himself in complete solitude.
    • nature of lonely, personal, inner thinking, said, Now let us look at
    • (spiritual science has not brought things completely to the point
    • thought grasped in solitude is the complete victim of the luciferic
    • most holy in content or completely profane — for otherwise he
    • areas of our life. Let us look from another point of view at
    • universe. The second would be pure perception; let us say, simply
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    • called Roman letters, but others use an entirely different form of
    • writing, which is known as Black Letter or Gothic; these exist side
    • nations that write with Roman letters, it will be necessary —
    • rays into the physical sense world. Let us therefore look at another
    • experiences. Let me describe the essence of this other self; it is
    • realm? Let us consider the question carefully. The soul must become
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    • these spiritual worlds. Let us take the case, for a better
    • in other words, the ascent of a soul in a completely undisturbed
    • can leave this for the moment. Let's picture instead how it would be
    • in human beings, to see this other self in its complete
    • Let us use the following to illustrate some of their
    • Let us summarize how things stand with this
    • Let me emphasize that I am not describing all this as a
    • development. It would have been completely normal for Maria to have
    • normal development scarcely exists. Let me emphasize that the soul
    • Let us assume that Johannes Thomasius's case had been
    • two mistakes, let's say, and seeing the double twice. He would not
    • All these things are completely true of all human
    • completely new world at the edge of the abyss, the receiving of the
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    • I won't give it a more exact name. Let me read you a few lines of this
    • We really must look at such things with complete
    • with complete selflessness, that they desire simply nothing at all
    • can also find people who out of their upper consciousness, let's say,
    • have shut their eyes to it so completely that instead of
    • still, months — letting all the important happenings in which I
    • world of ours, you will not find these words completely unimportant.
    • And now let these be my parting words to you as we go
    • when we are separated in space. Let us be united by the reality of
    • devoted participation in the truth. And let us combine with it a
    • happen. Let us try to be so equal to this spiritual community of ours
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    • The volume of the Complete Edition of the works of Rudolf Steiner
    • approach this question as to the meaning of life. Let us take the
    • with, let us say, man’s awakening in the morning; and the
    • his physical body only. We consider the earth completely when we
    • The analogy is thus complete, only it is the reverse of that which the
    • life-activities. Let us now observe, when he falls asleep, what kind
    • that our anthroposophical outlook on life, while letting its gaze
    • But now let us turn to the West, and see what is the thing of greatest
    • Let us now turn to our own day. In Western civilisation, mankind has been
    • Let us take a definite case. In this connection we look back to the old
    • Hebrew civilisation, which preceded that of the West. Let us turn our
    • only compare Raphael to — let us say — Titian, a painter
    • Christianity. Now let us direct occult observation to these three
    • always taken from real life. Let us suppose that I had children to
    • already there.” Let us suppose that the father has passed
    • as a completed personality, as one incapable of higher attainment
    • this result by reasoning. Let us once more put the different pictures
    • took up the pamphlet of a German physiologist in its second edition.
    • how guileless these people are! In the same pamphlet one finds the
    • The author of the pamphlet thought himself of course quite specially
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    • The volume of the Complete Edition of the works of Rudolf Steiner
    • Let us take a concrete case. If we sow a field with corn, we see
    • corn-field reach this goal?” Let us think for a moment of the
    • become realities in the ordinary sense of the word. Let us keep in
    • and let us regard this as one view of the mysterious life-existence
    • Let us suppose that a man were following the spiritual path by methods
    • Now let us suppose that a man were convinced that in the visionary world
    • two things correspond completely; they belong entirely to each other
    • Now let us carry this thought a little further: “Is that man right
    • Let us consider our concrete example of the cornfield. Let us suppose
    • Now let us turn to the other, the spiritual side. Let us take what we
    • for us. Let us suppose that a man would simply surrender himself to
    • can perceive by means of his clairvoyance. Let us impress this on our
    • call wolves. Let us now assume that the soul nature and
    • wolf-substance. Let us suppose that with all the means and methods of
    • Let us suppose further that we shut up a wolf for that time and feed
    • the animal world are very incomplete. That they are incomplete is due
    • Now let us glance at what surrounds us in the outer world and at what we
    • perish, if we do not let our visions go, and do not select those only
    • further development is implanted in the inner nature of man. Let us
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    • Rome. Let us try to picture to ourselves what the Greek world means to
    • Now let us look at Rome, which stands in a different relation to our
    • Let us now place ancient Rome side by side with ancient Greece, which
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    • To speak of such a matter lets us look right into the luciferic soul.
    • complete fantasy.
    • come to fill their souls completely, the luciferic powers would have
    • civilization from being completely spiritualized in a life of fantasy.
    • souls shall, in the normal and right progress of their evolution, let
    • completely and utterly devoted to divine righteousness, did.
    • even by Plato. Let us make a diagram and imagine Atlantis here, then
    • told you, brings to a new life again the complete attitude of thought
    • no more than a vision of himself and is completely soul. That is the
    • life when I let myself be ruled by this giant artist who is in me.
    • that are less calculated to arouse passions and emotions. Let me
    • Let us take first a phenomenon in which we all necessarily feel the
    • there before us as the latest products, let us say, we have the Jesus
    • it is described in such a way that one has before one the complete
    • In complete accord with the science of the nineteenth century, he sets
    • completely into the modern point of view, Jesus was an historical
    • Now let us turn to the Life of Jesus that is in reality no life
    • Jesus by Ernest Renan, completely realistic; realistic history
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    • completely ahrimanic character. It had a quite definite purpose and
    • completely mechanized earthly realm. To this end, one had, above all,
    • should completely die out. The interest in humanity, however, did not
    • things that are surging and seething beneath the surface. Now let us
    • the two realms; we can do that later. Let us consider the question as
    • Now let us look at the other impulse. It would be such that through it
    • At any rate, let us receive at least into our hearts this ideal that
    • forget as quickly as we do what we receive, nor let so much of what is
    • merely pass over us. Rather, let us preserve it all in our hearts. In
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    • description of single letters that are printed or written on a sheet
    • which these letters are grouped into words or united to form
    • the other letters and perhaps even the rules pertaining to phonetics
    • printed or written page would be completely inadequate because we can
    • call letters.
    • like letters that can be read. In this domain the meaning of existence
    • character of the present, that it completed the first small segment of
    • is completely false when understood in the way it is usually meant.
    • life; neither would humanity become complete in its way if faculties,
    • become freer. To be sure, this development is still far from complete
    • that man is made into an instrument in a mediumistic way for letting
    • described, undertaken in 1870, let us say, it would not, through
    • let them work on the soul abstractly and intellectually, but when one
    • receives them in their deep moral significance and lets them make a
    • spirit have not yet completely realized this goal. No, because
    • surrounded on every side by the great network of human evolution. Let
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    • At the very outset let us be quite clear that the course of evolution
    • development of the gift of free imagination that arises in complete
    • world history, even before the beginning of this fifth epoch, complete
    • matters complete cooperation takes place between Ahriman and Lucifer.
    • Let us think of the problem of natural urges and impulses. Under the
    • era; it is a problem that arises in complete conformity with normal
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    • Knights were to think of nothing except how they could completely fill
    • completely under his control, thereby making Church officials mere
    • a tool completely in the hands of Philip. Gradually, under the working
    • the highest degree this complete penetration of the soul with the
    • longer knew anything of himself, but when he felt, he let the Christ
    • feel in him; when he thought, he let the Christ think in him; when he
    • was filled with enthusiasm, he let the Christ in him be enthusiastic.
    • They were perhaps few in whom this ideal had worked a complete
    • Goethe knew the secret of gold, how, through the way in which he lets
    • Through the way in which Goethe lets gold flow through this fairy
    • Let us see what has been done in particular instances in modern
    • style so that he is complete master of it; at the same time he grows
    • Invincible Powers, how he is able to let everything American
    • working to attain it. Let us take his poem, “The Mysteries”
    • Temple where the Rose Cross is on the door, and let us look at the
    • roses entwining it! Then, too Goethe lets his Faust end with a
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    • way as to let events come upon them, causing happiness or unhappiness,
    • history. Let us take an example that everyone who studies ordinary
    • Let us consider, for instance, the origin of the orthodox English
    • denomination, the Anglican Church, to which many people belong; let us
    • of the social order. Let the people who are so clever think as they
    • Let us first consider the fact that a religious body was created in
    • there; one does not criticize; one adapts oneself to it and lets it
    • not concern oneself with these affairs, but rather lets them stand for
    • but let us see once more how these Knights were sacrificed. Let us
    • through the principles and impulses living in the Templar Order. Let
    • The humanity of our age had to break away completely from such a
    • themselves as completely within the course of the universe as a cell
    • has he let me sleep?” This means putting oneself with one's
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    • world and just as, let us say, here on earth the super-sensible world
    • Let us now pass briefly before our spiritual vision these three
    • Let us now turn the eyes of our soul to the second stream. This second
    • has developed in the regions of Western Europe, we find it completely
    • Let us take a characteristic example. Such philosophers, such students
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    • thought-life of Julius Caesar at the time, let us say, of his Gallic
    • Let us turn our attention to many official representatives of
    • Let us consider what would have become of the Jewish people of the Old
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    • continually transgresses. Let us take a simple example. One of the
    • awake in our life of feeling, and completely asleep in our Will. Let
    • For man in this new age the Mystery of the Will is completely veiled
    • board. Every letter arises only because I have written it, and not
    • because the previous letter has given birth to the next one. It would
    • be utter nonsense to say: From the preceding letter there arises the
    • intellect the reason of the letters following each other. Taken in the
    • developed, a being, let us say, from Mars or Mercury, wished to study
    • become completely materialized. Our attention was first drawn to the
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    • Let us reconsider this spiritual mark of the present day, about to
    • become the social and material mark. Let us reconsider it to some
    • constitute the other pole of man. In his Letters on aesthetics,
    • sense-experience has paved the way for the complete Ahrimanization of
    • as part of a machine in the complete working of the machine. But the
    • from the standpoint of Schiller's Letters on Aesthetics to take
    • following the materialistic lead of his day. In some fine letters,
    • printed at the time, explanatory of Schiller's Letters on
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    • Now let us consider our ordinary life. Here our consciousness is
    • us to them. Let me put this to you in a personal way. When I speak on
    • as a result we wish, let us say, to raise our arm; a conception and
    • visionary experience? It is that the person is completely given up to
    • completely given up and lost in these spiritual experiences but
    • results of external science need to be supplemented and completed, in
    • himself. In that sense and to develop to its real completion, the
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    • Let me begin by connecting what I have to say with what was said
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    • they had completely identified their will with the divine will. The
    • depths of his nature. Let us note that carefully. Out there we see
    • I concentrate my Gemüt upon this glowing figure, I let its light
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    • that a few people should say, Well let us start — let us have a
    • year and said, Let us make the necessary arrangements? Naturally that
    • Let us now turn our attention to such experiences as can enter our
    • gloat over their subtlety, but it simply fails to sense how basically
    • inner picture of these. Yet he remains completely unaware of his
    • the lily when he first lets his gaze rest upon it. — All about
    • them: let rather your heart and your Gemüt enter into what
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    • Year completes the entire German volume GA 223.
    • To get a better light on this, let us consider a condition of
    • connection we have with the cosmos. Let me tell you here of what can
    • abstraction, for it lets outer nature go its way, so to speak, without
    • representation is complete you will see this picture of bull and man
    • This foundation alone can induce the right frame of mind for letting
    • interior of the moon there is a complete world that nowadays can be
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    • Now let us see what this imagination perceives during the course of a
    • universe in letting its elemental beings flow out into it. In winter
    • way, if I let all that the spring really embraces speak within me
    • But man must not die: he must not let himself be overpowered. He
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    • Let us start with
    • something of the very simplest. Let us consider the soul-life of a
    • higher. We begin by letting the external world work upon us —
    • we may be completely dissatisfied with the present and would like to
    • up, let us say, old letters which you had written or which. were
    • written to you on some occasion or other. Place these letters before
    • perhaps a better way may be not to take the letters you have written,
    • Let us now consider the two stages of feeling which I
    • have described. Let us take the first feeling which can be brought
    • which goes out beyond memory. Let us make clear to ourselves what
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    • ego cannot enter fully into the body; it cannot completely fill out
    • Let us fix that firmly in our minds today. We find
    • So let us keep this clear, that on the one side, in
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    • let us say, at 11 o'clock. Afterwards you went to a place where you
    • connections and then quite important discoveries can be made. Let us
    • again what he learnt, let us say at the age of seventeen, and sees
    • warm, whereas it is difficult to let the will stream through the body
    • the seasons. Let us observe, for example, the will that carries our
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    • lectures. Let us suppose that someone possessing Imaginative
    • receive a letter from a contemporary, living here on the earth. For
    • let the metals relate to us what were the experiences of the earth.
    • could be (of course it is impossible, but let us suppose it could
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    • complete in the form which it presents to us today. We live on the
    • Let us begin with the atmosphere in which we now live,
    • epoch, if, let us say, we could set up a little sentry box somewhere
    • of the earth, and let the hard metals tell you what they remember
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    • Let us therefore today, equipped with what has been
    • into the Mysteries of the Temple of Diana at Ephesus. Let us look
    • intimate. Let us consider first of all the external side of speech,
    • Ephesus that man makes use of the air in order to let the word sound
    • the expanses of the cosmos. Here let us recall what was said in the
    • We stand before a human or an animal skeleton. That
    • look at a skeleton? We say: Do not merely look at it. It is shocking
    • the skeleton we cannot do otherwise than say something quite clearly
    • to a quite special arrangement of the animal skeletons (which was
    • of chalk composition, the skeleton, and that which once rang forth to
    • Let us now endeavour to feel how this development of the
    • earth passed over from one level as it were to another. Let us
    • which we may grasp: Let these flames be for us the occasion to look
    • consumed the Temple of Ephesus. Let us look upon them as a summons to
    • Gospel. Urged by this painfully sacred impulse, let us look back from
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    • the external letters by means of which they must begin to decipher
    • signifies that one goes through a complete scale of sensations, and
    • has of ideas is only Idea; there is no Being in it. Let man exert his
    • he no longer saw the statue. But he read as in letters of flame on
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    • completely a sense-organ.
    • if you let the sun stream through you, but not in such a way that the
    • that which formerly, as complete life-element, was experienced by the
    • experience many things of this kind if he goes on, let us say, to the
    • people journeyed from Russia, let us say, to Switzerland each year,
    • facts, not in any way letting fall a shadow of sympathy or antipathy
    • scarcely completed his school education, who writes down such things
    • anxiety, wrote his letters. But Napoleon was always a man who stood
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    • LET us once again call
    • Let us again call to mind that Image which appeared at
    • Let us look for a moment into the mind of a man about to
    • power of his ego, the power of memory, he would be completely
    • forces another force had to be set up, the force of the moon. Let us
    • human being thou art not complete. In that which the Father, standing
    • transformations of the earth, then art thou really a complete human
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    • connected with a complete transformation of human nature; with an
    • a complete unity between the knowledge which inwardly forms and
    • that other feelings had to complete these.
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    • substances, let alone those abstractions which we today describe as
    • When we confront a human being today and take hold, let
    • part of a complete organism.
    • Thus there was amongst the ancients something completely
    • a man could let his gaze roam over the earth, but when he saw the
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    • Let us take quite a simple experiment, which can be
    • easily made by any chemist of today. Let us take a retort and pour
    • greatness, let us say, even of the later Mysteries, whether the
    • which in the Middle Ages, let us say, in the 14th or 15th centuries
    • cosmos. Let us suppose that a man holding such a view had the task of
    • could no longer attain a really complete knowledge of man; but he
    • still divined where a complete knowledge of man was to be found.
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    • particularly complete in itself, but because it can to a certain
    • experiments, the spirits of nature could speak to them. Let us
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    • cognition in order, let us say, to pass from the cell to the
    • Let us be quite
    • has its complete reflection in the structure of the human
    • let us turn to a different function of the human being,
    • complete analogy in the connection between the breathing
    • sculptural structure of the brain is so completely a
    • themselves completely so that as spirit and soul they even
    • And now let us
    • birth.” The picture is complete only when we observe the
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    • mind what I have just said, let me add the following. To begin
    • complete when the intestinal tract has been passed, and that
    • the inorganic particles of protein, let us say, are transformed
    • observe particular pathological conditions that are lethal
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    • immediate present. Let us return once more to the plant. In the
    • let us say, the effects of an extract prepared from the roots
    • every case a preparation of viscum (mistletoe), applied in the
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    • in a mild form when any food is brought into contact, let us
    • estimate the value of an external remedy for this organism. Let
    • Now let us take
    • off still more completely, which are really striving to become
    • Now let us ask
    • Let us take
    • therapy cannot become a complete science any more than a person
    • And now let me
    • ascending curve, let us say, we must seek outside the human
    • Let me assure
    • deal passes by us completely, especially many things we can
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    • presupposition. In the ill human being, however, or, let us say, in the
    • What is a hypothesis? Let us consider a very trivial matter from ordinary
    • nature, it is possible, you could say, to begin at any corner. Let us take an
    • Now let us consider a tendency toward the manic condition that has been
    • has been shown for how Schelling actually came, completely
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    • period of childhood do not completely cease being active with the
    • transformed to a degree into something soul-spiritual, let us say,
    • Let us assume, now, that too much of this organizing force active in
    • significant when considering the phenomena of scarlet fever or measles
    • to the time before birth or, let us say, before conception; it points
    • were, a dilettante in physical research (though I must add
    • are, in fact, dilettantes, but this is not how it should be). It is
    • or, let us say, conception, birth, and death — can only be understood
    • organization that consist of the fact that we have the form-skeleton
    • have described in the second case, we have the form-skeleton of the
    • from that point to the dilettantish judgment that in such cases the
    • to look for the causes of hysteria, let us say, in the soul-spiritual;
    • upward into a bourgeois aristocracy and downward into the proletariat,
    • while the proletarian nature is taken hold of by a certain
    • remaining stuck when seeking the origins of existence. The proletariat
    • the spirit materialistically. While the proletariat has become
    • spiritualists among the proletariat, they did not grow out of their
    • own proletarian soil; rather it is a mimicry, it is simply imitative,
    • merely something that penetrated the proletariat by an infection — I
    • like, if in its spiritual seeking the proletariat is compelled to
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    • What is actually present there, however? Let's look at the matter more
    • Let us now shift our gaze again from within the organism to a process
    • organization is studied and if one strives to enter completely into
    • encourage quackery and dilettantism; rather it wishes above all to
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    • completely necessary breakdown processes of the nerve-sense system,
    • soul-spiritual element, of the fully conscious ego, let us say,
    • Let me refer to a specific case in this connection. Imagine, please —
    • still other examples. We can find such examples everywhere, but let us
    • now takes place from what was described in the first case today. Let
    • Let us now shift our gaze again away from what goes on within the
    • Now let us consider what is actually present in the human being
    • dilettantes in any realm. What is important is serious research,
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    • order, let us say, to pass from the cell to the human being, so do we
    • Let
    • has its complete reflection in the structure of the human brain, and
    • let us consider a different function of the human organism,
    • super-sensible process which has its complete analogy in the
    • structure of the brain is so completely a mirror-image of the
    • completely; as Spirit and soul they disappear in the actual process.
    • now let us pass to the warmth in the human being. Try to realise that
    • complete only when we observe the division of the cells and the
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    • in mind what I have just said, let me add the following. It may, to
    • self-contained and complete in itself. In the same sense I give the
    • still not quite complete when the intestinal tract has been passed,
    • occurring when the inorganic particles of albumen, let us say, are
    • — when, let us say, we find blood corpuscles in the urine. In
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    • those principles of growth which come from the immediate present. Let
    • to show, let us say, the effects of an extract prepared from the
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    • the outer world. To begin with, let us remind ourselves that
    • form when any foodstuff is brought into touch, let us say, with the
    • we can estimate the value for it of an external remedy. Let us begin
    • now let us take a concrete case. Suppose we have flatulence as a
    • rounded off still more completely. In other words, as the result of
    • let us ask ourselves: How can we influence irregularities of this
    • Let
    • now let me indicate, merely by way of example, another state of
    • taking place in the human being in an ascending curve, let us say, we
    • Let
    • passes us completely by, especially many things we can learn by
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    • history. One of these facts is the proletarian socialist movement
    • coming to light in this socialist proletarian movement, either
    • Let us look at the school of thought known as the mercantilistic, or
    • at the physiocratic school of national economy, and let us examine
    • repeatedly in proletarian socialist circles — the word
    • between the proletariat and the upper classes who had kept the
    • before us to-day in letters of flame. How must the human mind be
    • are obsolete, and are no longer fitted to deal with the economic
    • proletariat is completely under the influence of Marxism, as it is
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    • let us say, of the application of the Pythagorean theorem in the
    • independent political, legal body, and a completely independent
    • complete misunderstanding of the threefold order, for that idea
    • Let us look more
    • closely at these conditions. Let us begin with the old system of
    • Let us assume that the credit system which I mentioned at the close
    • III, who was completely under the spell of modern ideas, took it into
    • proletariat, but to think and feel with the proletariat — one
    • can well understand why the proletarian says that his labor-power
    • labor completely from the economic process. It will be my task
    • they are true. Let us suppose that a man gives himself up to sport
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    • have led to the modern form of the proletarian question. To the
    • corresponding to the needs and demands of the masses. The proletariat
    • proletarian and other classes ridicule the idea that the system of
    • Or let us call to mind
    • decisive voice. My opinion as a manufacturer, let us say, as to the
    • ‘Is that not a complete unity?’ and say: ‘The idea
    • of the Threefold Order tries to break up what is already a complete
    • proletarian circles. They will try to extract from the economic
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    • education? Let us look at the new directions followed by art,
    • of the most complete lack of understanding of the later schools of
    • ordinary naturalistic sense of the word. Let us ask ourselves —
    • completion to every human life worthy of the name.
    • within it. Let us look at nature and consider the shell of a nut; the
    • Let us suppose that
    • only shows that the latter is completely crazy. In such a matter as
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    • Let us begin by taking the problem of the origin of merchandise, of
    • But let us examine how the need is determined. To begin with, it has,
    • organization has completely merged itself in the course of recent
    • dominate economic life. Proletarian dictatorship — what is it
    • civilized world. Economic conditions demand complete separation from
    • absolutely complete example of turning in a circle! A famous
    • the spiritual life in complete independence; likewise, the
    • the proletariat, the wretchedness of the civilized world. He shows
    • any unity more complete than that effected in economic life by such
    • has given place to another. Let us go back to a time before the end
    • intentions, in their feelings, and in their thoughts, a complete
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    • international life of humanity. Let us examine this economic system.
    • Let us see what would
    • The masses, they say, are not yet ripe. Let us see what is really
    • information by reading statistics, let us say, of the Balkan States.
    • pleasure and gratification. Very good! But let us look at the truth!
    • Let us place this speech in its milieu. Then we must ask: Who
    • The Middle Ages, complete in all the ceremonial, which, had it spoken
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    • begin and try to give a more or less complete picture of the questions
    • could come to the point of saying: Let us now draw attention to the
    • students of Economics should find their way into this subject. Let me,
    • alone, weighs about 1,400 grammes. If you let the weight of these
    • orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet. So far (from the red to
    • the violet) the spectrum appears luminous. But, as you know, before
    • infra-red rays are assumed to exist: and, beyond the violet, the
    • ultra-violet rays. If, therefore, one speaks merely of light, one does
    • warmth and, beyond the violet, into chemical effects. In both
    • but, let us say, the economy of sparrows or the economy of swallows.
    • ultraviolet, so does human economic activity cease to be purely
    • I am here comparing with the ultra-violet. I refer to the workings of
    • and with it a complete revolution in the social strata; for it goes
    • who live by what I have here compared to the ultra-violet must be
    • people are yet aware. And it will happen, more and more completely.
    • all, with small isolated regions as if they were complete social
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    • price lies in the devaluation of money. On the contrary, let us assume
    • human Labour. Let us try to form a conception of it by going down, as
    • I indicated yesterday, into the sphere of animal life. Let us observe,
    • moment we let it be directed by the intelligence of man. I must now
    • value into economic circulation, you must let it fluctuate with the
    • from the other — the blue or violet. You may well hold fast this
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    • Let us take an example. For certain purposes in life we use a
    • Take a special case. Let us assume that by certain observations
    • not complete it or publish any more of it. We can only hope that these
    • life wherein the performance of labour is accepted as a complete
    • will this signify? Let us consider an example.
    • be complete. For it would mean that the maximum concentration of work,
    • To begin with, let us regard this as a line of thought that will lead
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    • lead to disaster if you let your thoughts be guided only by what lies
    • Let us begin today with Nature. In the first place, human Labour must
    • Let us take a perfectly simple example. In a certain district, a
    • of the Labour which he organises to Nature may be a matter of complete
    • the outer world of reality, the completest imaginable process of
    • particular economic processes, Money is the thing completely abstract.
    • the division, the differentiation of Labour. Let us take it to begin
    • lectures). Let us designate what arises at this stage by Nl —
    • as single completed Labour-processes applied to Nature and which now
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    • indicated yesterday. To this end, let me now describe diagrammatically
    • it for yourselves. The cycle must necessarily be completed in some
    • To make it clear, let us consider the question of credit. To place
    • But now let us take the other side. Assume that credit is given on
    • — if we were able, let us say, to invent new methods so as to
    • Let me expressly state that there can be no question here of any sort
    • — of raw products, or for an improvement of the land, let us say,
    • spent in purchasing a certain article, they say: Let us see to it that
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    • of his dependants, until he will again have completed a like
    • certain given circumstances — let us say, if he falls into the
    • sphere of the completely free spiritual life. In this sphere we find,
    • educate stand undoubtedly within the sphere of the completely free
    • given an outlet into free spiritual institutions. That is the
    • practical aspect. Let the Associations see to it that the money which
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    • factors, motive factors, within this system. Let us realise at once
    • movement, let us consider what in our present-day economy are —
    • if I may so call them — the principal factors of rest. Let
    • Let us consider from this point of view the so-called wage-nexus, that
    • Labour, we may even actualise this fancy by letting in the wage-nexus.
    • really involve a purchase, let us consider what is involved by rent
    • arising, let us say, among a hunting or forest community. Here the
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    • Let us now assume that I have got my pair of boots from the cobbler
    • the simple reason that his circumstances will not allow him, let us
    • may think the difference merely theoretical, but let such a view of
    • real. Let them be realised, and you will see how the economic
    • proletariat bases its agitation on the idea that Labour must be
    • unemployed. Let us put up new buildings or the like, then the people
    • before. If I let one side of the scale sink, the other side must rise.
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    • Let me give you an example that will serve as an introduction to some
    • of observation; although Unruh is a man completely wrapped up in State
    • outwardly or buy them from outside, but lets them circulate within the
    • Let us, to begin with, turn our attention to the economic life of
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    • completely into free spiritual activity, if we may so describe it.
    • profit. The question of profit is extremely difficult. Let us
    • Let us therefore suppose that I sell something and receive money for
    • To understand it more exactly, let us turn back to the most primitive
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    • that England evolved directly from trade into industrialism. Let us
    • Let us look back once more. When private economies join into a
    • long-lived) or, let us say, of furniture or houses (more long-lived
    • of all that I must do, if — let us say — through my activity
    • and let other people work. All he need do is to lend his money and let
    • essential point. Let us suppose that there is a certain number, A, of
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    • as money. Let us consider critically some of the qualities which are
    • purchase, a negative value. It lets the purchase-value vanish into
    • simply let money be money, and use the number inscribed on it as the
    • to follow them. If I may say so, we ought not to let money merely flow
    • them wild, taking no pains to tame them. But we let money circulate
    • — so to speak — we let it acquire the value it has as loaned
    • economy bordering on other national economies. By letting money
    • And now let us suppose that we really make up our minds to allow
    • age, letting young money — as loaned money — be more
    • money to lend. You will not let him lend it in a senseless way. You
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    • value to begin with. Now let us try to find our way into this picture.
    • special proletarians; such a thing will not yet exist, nor need we, on
    • Whatever is relevant to the proletariat will appear in due course. But
    • assimilated to the natural in that facile way. If I complete a
    • emerge. The positive may predominate. Let us assume this for a moment.
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    • such an ideal picture as you would do, let us say, to a growing human
    • Thus, you may find that it is not enough simply to let money grow old
    • let a living man begin his life at the age of 25, nor should you let
    • arbitrary point. You should not let your economic concepts begin, for
    • possible to bring about an economic paradise anywhere on earth. Let
    • book-keeping of world-economy, will have to be inscribed, let us say:
    • the connection with Nature is always there. Do not let us forget it!
    • It is reality. Once more, speaking pictorially, let me say: While I am
    • we have attained, however inadequately, through our united work. Let
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    • civilisation is not to go completely under. For what is happening
    • Let
    • thousand years before the Mystery of Golgotha. And then let us
    • Let
    • truths right into the everyday world of humanity, and let them come
    • speak with strength and precision of the life of man on Earth. Let me
    • for us today. Let us, however, not be blind to the fact that the
    • hearts, let us then resolve to remain together in soul, even when in
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    • view of the relation between World and Man becomes completely
    • worlds. Let me give some examples.
    • then do we apprehend the complete cycle of human life between death
    • such that we are turned completely inside out. Suppose that you could
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    • human soul, with the object of bringing man to his full and complete
    • Let
    • Let
    • the planetary movements. Let us suppose that you have experienced a
    • 25 years old, — let us say at noon one day, in Oxford, for
    • first. In every human soul that is not completely hardened, this will
    • day would assume within us their own completely earthly character and
    • world would however be incomplete if man's quest for knowledge
    • Let me say here in all humility
    • man's relation to it in this present age. Let me endeavour
    • a complete whole. Yes, Man himself must be the goal of his study. The
    • understanding of his connection with the Universe. Let me repeat an
    • ordinary human speech. Yet you would fail completely, were you to set
    • you know, to withdraw their soul-life completely from the Earth. The
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    • another angle. Unless we have allowed ourselves to become completely
    • awake, he has to let it merge into the moral and religious
    • life; let that be fully recognised. I want only to point out that the
    • the soul that these leaders in the Mysteries gave. Let us
    • so will be our life on Earth. Let me give you an example of how this
    • Let
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    • be cut off from the Earth, — a complete stranger to it. On this
    • freedom and desiring nothing better than its complete annihilation,
    • let us see what is the aim of these other beings, who build their
    • the Ahrimanic powers. He is completely given up to his passions and
    • will show you how this can be observed in particular instances. Let
    • incomplete. They can only become complete if reinforced by some
    • ensues. Let us suppose for a moment that the Ahrimanic powers were
    • Let
    • times it was different. Let us look back and see how things were for
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    • on Earth. Now as to how you work amid the Stars, let me describe it
    • will sound completely strange and paradoxical, yet it is true. For in
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    • civilisation is not to go completely under. For what is happening
    • Let
    • thousand years before the Mystery of Golgotha. And then let us
    • Let
    • truths right into the everyday world of humanity, and let them come
    • speak with strength and precision of the life of man on Earth. Let me
    • for us today. Let us, however, not be blind to the fact that the
    • hearts, let us then resolve to remain together in soul, even when in
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    • view of the relation between World and Man becomes completely
    • worlds. Let me give some examples.
    • then do we apprehend the complete cycle of human life between death
    • such that we are turned completely inside out. Suppose that you could
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    • human soul, with the object of bringing man to his full and complete
    • Let
    • Let
    • the planetary movements. Let us suppose that you have experienced a
    • 25 years old, — let us say at noon one day, in Oxford, for
    • first. In every human soul that is not completely hardened, this will
    • day would assume within us their own completely earthly character and
    • world would however be incomplete if man's quest for knowledge
    • Let me say here in all humility
    • man's relation to it in this present age. Let me endeavour
    • a complete whole. Yes, Man himself must be the goal of his study. The
    • understanding of his connection with the Universe. Let me repeat an
    • ordinary human speech. Yet you would fail completely, were you to set
    • you know, to withdraw their soul-life completely from the Earth. The
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    • another angle. Unless we have allowed ourselves to become completely
    • awake, he has to let it merge into the moral and religious
    • life; let that be fully recognised. I want only to point out that the
    • the soul that these leaders in the Mysteries gave. Let us
    • so will be our life on Earth. Let me give you an example of how this
    • Let
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    • be cut off from the Earth, — a complete stranger to it. On this
    • freedom and desiring nothing better than its complete annihilation,
    • let us see what is the aim of these other beings, who build their
    • the Ahrimanic powers. He is completely given up to his passions and
    • will show you how this can be observed in particular instances. Let
    • incomplete. They can only become complete if reinforced by some
    • ensues. Let us suppose for a moment that the Ahrimanic powers were
    • Let
    • times it was different. Let us look back and see how things were for
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    • on Earth. Now as to how you work amid the Stars, let me describe it
    • will sound completely strange and paradoxical, yet it is true. For in
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    • souls in the age, let us say — so as to be dealing with
    • but we certainly must not depend on this chance. Let us, therefore,
    • notice, as it were, although w e are letting the call sound forth
    • Christ Himself once let it resound: A new age is at hand, in which
    • opportunity offered in this period. To let it pass unheeded would be
    • We thus comprehend spiritual science in a completely
    • conceit will turn this to their own advantage by letting it be known
    • wish to prevent humanity from letting this event pass by unnoticed
    • Let us use spiritual science so that it may serve not
    • mysteries, let us not regard them thoughtlessly as one is likely to
    • listen to certain things today, but let us be quite clear that
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    • Let us then dedicate this particular evening especially
    • the portal of the spiritual world gradually closed completely to the
    • occurred, he would have lost completely the consciousness that there
    • essential events occurring in an age may remain completely concealed
    • completely unnoticed. We know that such an event once took place,
    • leaving not a trace as it passed completely unnoticed by millions of
    • your I must be so trained that this I can penetrate completely into
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    • Let us compare this conception with the Christ impulse
    • an education of the soul has, been completed and a sufficient number
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    • through our souls as we let the innumerable wonders of the stars work
    • their underlying, inner, spiritual forces. Let us be clear about
    • The comets appear at great intervals of time. Let us
    • They dissolve when they have completed their tasks. Regularity, all
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    • will bring us mighty things. Let us call to mind the significance of
    • Abraham will be experienced in a completely altered, new form. What
    • Let us make it clear to ourselves what this event had to
    • completely convinced regarding Christ Jesus. The fundamental event
    • from the letter of the Gospels and will no longer understand them. We
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    • capacity to become completely permeated with the forces of this
    • gradually been completely closed to man's normal consciousness, so
    • teachings are in complete accord with the great teachings of primeval
    • Now let us advance to what is higher than the
    • completely his connection with the spiritual world during Kali Yuga.
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    • today, let us speak of some intimate concerns of our spiritual
    • Before this epoch it was completely different, because human souls
    • Let us imagine now the state of human souls at the onset
    • complete exactness. There will be ambitious persons who try, out of
    • the outer sign of this is the appearance of the comet. Those who let
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    • everything else. The microcosm corresponds to the macrocosm. Let us
    • human and animal skeletons. That is certainly a fact to which there
    • similarity of the human skeleton to that of the ape, the erect gait
    • Let us look at another important instance of
    • completely new impulse enters earthly existence with a new spiritual
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    • Let us ask ourselves why must self-knowledge be so
    • best not to let this happen!
    • rays are lilac-violet. At the moment of waking or of going to sleep,
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    • comfortable smugness is completely incorrect: “While we live
    • Let us study what I would like to characterize as the
    • completely permeated by a certain relationship to the spiritual world
    • (larger circle). As I said, this humanity is not completely clear
    • have passed through the portal of death. Let us assume that the realm
    • completely dependent, dependent in their souls, upon the lodge,
    • gradually the elements to bring you complete clarity. I have often
    • completely outside the will and intentions of human beings. No human
    • Mystery Dramas. This depends completely upon Christ Himself. Christ
    • completely new age, that a naive humanity must be protected for this
    • would be completely forgotten by the European population, so that the
    • completely in the subconscious is extremely dependent upon the earth
    • living being. Man sees only its skeleton, because the geologist,
    • that is the earth's skeleton. If you knew only this much, you would
    • nothing of this honored company but the bones, the skeletal system.
    • nothing but skeletons (not that you necessarily would have nothing
    • geology sees of the earth; it sees only the skeleton. This earth,
    • however, not only consists of skeleton but is a living organism, and
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    • spiritual world around us. Something completely different took place,
    • justified in a completely different way, about which we will speak
    • enter the sixth post-Atlantean period, which will have a completely
    • mere communication. What came into consideration? Let us take a
    • incomplete way is something very beautiful. It was for many people an
    • Let us take a fact, however, that is seemingly far
    • completely during these rational pauses and he granted them such
    • selected when they completely recuperated in the pauses, could each
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    • that is there, something that apparently seems to him not completely
    • fighting against them. That is a completely false view. These things
    • cosmic understanding. Modern man has completely replaced this cosmic
    • that is not yet understood. Today one looks at some living being, let
    • which man can become good, but rather by, let us say, taking copper
    • must take place if humanity is not to come completely into decadence.
    • toward humanity especially from Gemini and can be put completely at
    • something completely different from what lies behind the mere
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    • completely differently if you had gone out as scheduled half an hour
    • consciousness just as completely as they now absorb the reality of
    • formal statements for the sake of completeness. I do not know whether
    • itself would be incomplete, however; a second must follow it, namely,
    • will be in complete agreement with it.
    • the time being we find we are not able to meet together in space, let
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    • character in its completeness. The influence from the head is
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    • wrapped in a bluish radiance — bluish, blue to violet; such is
    • gets to know — it is on one side bluish-violet, on the other
    • shades of blue and violet, on the other side burning, sparkling red
    • but that something is made from them — on this one depends. Let
    • violet — the western earth, sparkling reddish-yellow. But other
    • the bluish-violet something of a golden form, a golden crystal form,
    • blue-violet earth-aura. This will bring you near. This is something
    • as an organism, shining out into the cosmos: blue-violet, with the
    • From what does the blue-violet on one side of the earth-aura
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    • have likewise become for the modern man completely abstract. It is
    • alone the complete content of consciousness, that men came to form an
    • the Cherubim let their own light-filled being stream forth from this
    • clearer to you what I mean. Let us suppose you have an affection for
    • Let us suppose an Archai or
    • back. Blue-violet, on the other hand, you want to run after! It runs
    • orange, yellow, green, blue, violet.] But if you look at the rainbow
    • look at the blue-violet you have the feeling: there all is courage
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    • events of which I would like now to speak. Let me give you first, as
    • impulse of my soul. And now let me give you the gist of a
    • not let the spirit of Nature through. And the teacher said: But there
    • which completely covered the Earth with which he was familiar; up
    • Cosmos. Let us suppose, for example, we want to understand the true
    • letters of the alphabet. And he was quite sure that when one
    • to show you today: tomorrow we will complete the picture.
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    • that no misunderstanding may arise, let me expressly emphasise that
    • men and Gods would be completely severed were it not kept whole by
    • kind of shrinking back before this knowledge. Let me give you an
    • times Gods have tried to find for him and with him, let now the
    • this. “Let us go over to yonder fir-tree. My soul can creep
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    • Let us say, a new pupil
    • could not he held there but fell a victim to complete want of
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    • by which he teaches them consist in certain geometrical forms, let us
    • means of the inner knowledge and feeling of his skeleton. A man does
    • not really think with the brain, he thinks with his skeleton, when he
    • nineteenth century these things were utterly and completely lost. And
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    • warmth-ether. It is unknown, of course, to those who are completely
    • Now let us consider
    • has happened. Let a man strive as he will today; he can no longer
    • astral light. To a certain degree the tablet was inscribed; yet in
    • Initiates; they inscribed the third portion of the tablet. Now the
    • tablet of Nature is fully inscribed; it was quite fully inscribed by
    • read what is written on the tablet which is now full of writing. This
    • reacts in turn on all that stands written on the tablet by virtue of
    • is spread around us — a fully written tablet with respect to
    • true spiritual hero of Freedom; He lets men do, and He then takes
    • writes as he paints or draws — when every letter beside the
    • draws the form of the letter. His relation to the letter is
    • only approached the form of the letter when his spiritual vision was
    • learning of the conventional letters, needed for human intercourse,
    • he had to learn others — specifically Rosicrucian letters
    • 8. Otherwise, the mere letter A would
    • adhere not to writing as such, but draw the letters and re-draw them
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    • what is spiritually revealed to him. So let me now put a picture at
    • far found these impulses written as it were in brazen letters in a
    • Let us recall a number of things that I have already explained here.
    • Let us recall how the year's course, in its regular sequence through
    • between birth and death. Let us reflect how, in what appears outwardly
    • And so let us turn our gaze first to what takes place in this yearly
    • Let us now turn again to the cosmos and away from man. You can realise
    • a word written in brazen letters, saying: O Man, thou hast
    • If one lets all this work upon the soul, one feels how truly man is
    • against sulphur. We must learn not to let this process go on in the
    • spiritual world in the brazen letters that grow into enigmatic words
    • That is Iron. Let us learn to know iron, and equally all other
    • substances, not merely in terms of material value; let us learn to
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    • unknown, of course, to those who are completely wrapped up in their
    • Now let us consider
    • thing has happened. Let a man strive as he will to-day; he can no
    • astral light. To a certain degree the tablet was inscribed; yet
    • part of the tablet was inscribed.
    • Initiates; they inscribed the third portion of the tablet. Now the
    • tablet of Nature is fully inscribed; it was quite fully inscribed by
    • written on the tablet which is now full of writing. This we must
    • written on the tablet by virtue of the air and water and earth.
    • light which spreads around us, as a fully written tablet with respect
    • of Freedom; he lets men do, and he then takes what becomes of human
    • — when every letter beside the next becomes a thing that is
    • called ‘a handwriting.’ Man draws the form of the letter.
    • His relation to the letter is objective; he sees it before him
    • approached the form of the letter when his spiritual vision was
    • learning of the conventional letters, needed for human intercourse,
    • he had to learn others — specifically Rosicrucian letters
    • Otherwise, the mere letter A would be identified with that
    • adhere not to the writing as such, but draw in the letters after
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    • From among these Hierarchies let us take the one which stands two
    • Let us for the moment confine ourselves to what relates to our own
    • structure of the brain, and one who now works upon man and has to let
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    • happened on Golgotha could be struck out. Let us make that hypothesis.
    • Let us grasp in a certain metaphysical abstraction what actually took
    • let us now choose a more abstract point of view, but one which, if we
    • delicacy let us approach to-day the secret of the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • Let us take this picture and make of it an Imagination. Let us try to
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    • birth. At that time astrology was not the dilettantism it often is
    • the earth is completely united with the earth. For when the earth is
    • Let us take the opposite season: midsummer time. Just as man draws in
    • thought it terrible that it did not fall each year, let us say on the
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    • Let us consider what would have become of the Jewish people of the Old
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    • flow, deep down in human soul nature, we can be completely sure that
    • dilemma; what the fairy tale describes lies so completely in
    • being but is completely hidden from your waking, everyday life.
    • completely.
    • complete unconsciousness. The soul knows nothing of what it has to
    • complete change. When we look far, far back into the past of
    • little girl lets the paddock eat with her out of her bowl of bread
    • Let us take another tale. Please forgive me if it is connected with
    • I give you a short summary of the fairy tale, let me say this:
    • Before we hear it, let us recall that according to spiritual research
    • the life of the soul when it leaves the body in sleep as completely
    • Let
    • feeling completely inadequate in the face of the powers of nature;
    • giants were astonished. Then the man took the lark and let it fly
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    • will be given, to let us picture what it is all about. The first
    • shot, unobserved by them he let loose the lark, which flew up and did
    • before we go into it, let us put another beside it, for if you
    • Odyssey. Let us put the following fairy tale side by side with
    • completely from the forces of nature. The figures that appear
    • is completely entangled in the concerns of the external world. At
    • first the glass king is completely enmeshed in outer circumstances
    • the giants let him go free. A ball of thread was attached and the
    • this tale, we should just let it penetrate our souls in order to
  • Title: Lecture: Festivals and The Mysteries. The Adonis Mystery. The Easter Thought
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    • has taken place. A human being living, let us say, in the eighth
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    • In parenthesis and for the sake of completeness, I will add that they
    • Let us then take away with us these words as a solemn remembrance of
    • this lesson which we have held today, and let us make them active in
    • Let this then, be the extract from today's lesson:
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    • mysteries of speech by letting the Moon Beings tell us the
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    • they exist as a real fact; but it is also important to let our hearts
    • let it work upon him in the sanctuary was altogether transplanted into
    • letters less clearly visible — written in the great orb of the
    • for us the letters of the cosmic script.
    • and imposing content, let us say, of Goethe's Faust, and now
    • to you? Let us assume that it is transmitted to you as it is to most
    • combinations of the letters of the alphabet. There is nothing there on
    • letters. From these twenty letters there is conjured on to the paper
    • founded on letters, so is the Cosmic Writing founded on thoughts. Now
    • there arose the letters of the Cosmic Writing.
    • the point of using these letters in order to place before the soul
    • learn abcd off by heart and do not know what to do with the letters.
    • as simple as the letters abcd and so forth, so the reading in the
    • Faust is experienced from out of the letters. For in these
    • Let us receive this as an Easter thought and as an Easter feeling into
  • Title: Significant Facts: Lecture I: A Convulsive Element in Humanity in the Nineteenth Century
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    • the spiritual world. It is where he lets the old Count say, on
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    • Let us for a moment hold in our minds the thoughts that
    • age of antiquity when the Ego had not yet completely taken root in
    • definite idea. Let us think, for example, of the character of this
    • Spiritual Beings who had not completed their full development during
    • completed their development on the Old Moon, but had evolved only
    • been completed on the Moon but who for all that were of a higher rank
    • significant effect. Let me put it like this: it was as if by methods
    • fully completed his development on the Old Moon would have
    • lecture-courses and books completely refutes the allegations of
    • let me bring to your notice words written by a man who
    • (Petrarch: Letter to Boccaccio (“Epistolae seniles” I.
    • neighbour is not inclined for peace. Let the principle of leaving us
    • Let it be put to the test! But naturally, we ourselves must be
    • Let me read you a section of this poem which describes how one
    • have let these pictures pass through our souls, let me remind you of
  • Title: Significant Facts: Lecture III: The Tragic Wrestling with Knowledge. The Secrets of the Future Sixth Cultural Period.
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    • completely fixed; this explains their immobile, inflexible
    • were to let things remain as the modern world-conception desires.
    • meditative life we shall be able to glimpse eternal principles. Let
  • Title: Arts and Their Mission: Lecture I
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    • that in ancient Persia, and completely different that of the ancient
    • if somebody had said: Look how thoughts arise out of your brain! Let
    • man believes would appear as complete nonsense. For the ancient human
    • being. Presentday man is completely uncertain in regard to the nature of
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    • all that? Why let actors speak as people do in everyday life? If you
    • which transform it into something completely different — this fact
    • was completely attuned to space, and he said to himself: “This
    • shriveled into dilettantism. For modern clothing hardly conveys
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    • light on it, let us consider from a certain aspect the colorful dead
    • this maneuvre. Now let three weeks pass, at which time I bring before
    • with a red and a green sheet. For politeness' sake let us assume that
    • blue-violet. Intensive color-perspective! A study of the old masters
    • blue, violet, in the way explained; for in the etheric it is not the third
    • poem, the thought element of the cosmos. Epic poetry always means letting
    • lets us divine the spiritual in matter, stretching hearts, pleasantly
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    • clarity without infidelity to the physical. In other words, he let the
    • Let us
    • an image of the divine-spiritual. Let us look at his careful way of
    • instance. Let us see how he approached his
    • Let us
    • remained a fragment, he could not complete it; the project was too vast
    • it in the glory of the divine-spiritual, he could complete only the
    • he could not compete with Goethe's power and impetus. But let us look
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    • have before us in the physical world is never still very long. Now let
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    • from this truth, let us consider one of the arts: painting. Recently
    • heavy matter opposing its innermost nature. Palette colors are alien
    • not mean to do away with drawing, but to let it rise out of the colors,
    • Let us
    • externally but with complete soul participation. Thus in the upper region
    • the spiritual world as a human being. Whoever is a complete human being
    • only by characterizing virtue in its outer appearance, let us say by
    • in complete loneliness. Yet he cannot become one without bringing, by
    • to walk through a picture or sculpture gallery where completely unrelated
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    • Hamlet
    • Hamlet
    • I did not write a commentary, I let the living
    • we let them act upon us as real figures instead of trying to explain
    • is not tempted to form ideas symbolically or allegorically, but to let
    • form. Thus the Goetheanum architecture rose completely idea-less (if
    • in the way it arches the forehead, models the nose, lets the mouth recede,
    • Let us
    • Let us
    • Now let
    • complete human being. Thus scholars will cease haughtily to acknowledge
    • of knowledge, taken together, do not constitute a complete world knowledge.
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    • life, soul, spirit. I said I would draw this complete circle of the
    • contours on the plane, only to let them radiate. Red shines toward us,
    • the center. If we let yellow speak its own language, we make it strong
    • man felt himself completely removed into the spiritual world, with the
    • now it was brought completely within him. The major and minor third,
    • that power, let us look at childhood. The age of childhood does not
    • ancient dramatic phantasy would have considered it absurd to let ordinary
    • to speak himself but to let the godhead speak through him. He offered
    • lets the goddess speak through him instead of speaking himself, who
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    • views, are confronted with a complete impasse, for everything
    • reality mere dilettantism. It is just as though a physiologist were
    • education without letting it be known that Anthroposophy is at
    • completely different world, with the new experience of having a body
    • is completely changed, at least in the essentials though not in all
    • complete the process. This second body which we ourselves have
    • says today about heredity and so forth is mere dilettantism compared
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    • organism. This second organism is, we may say, completed at the
    • place. The child during the first seven years is really completely
    • environment, let us say, to take an extreme example, a fit of temper
    • letters of the alphabet which they have to fit into cut out letters
    • the change of teeth is complete the child is no longer a sense-organ
    • that are well finished and complete and what people call
    • written or printed letters. He has no relation whatever to this thing
    • him to stick letters into cut-out holes, for example, then we are
    • letters of the alphabet which are used in the writing and printing of
    • example: Let us take the word “Mund
    • draw a mouth, or rather paint it. Let him put on dabs of red colour
    • recognise from the words themselves that the letters were once
    • create out of the spirit of the thing. Let us take the word
    • “fish.” Let the child draw or paint some kind of fish.
    • Let him say the beginning of the word: “F,” and you can
    • you can see how the letters can be developed out of pictures and the
    • your drawing-painting and painting-drawing, you allow the letters to
    • developed from the initial letters of the words describing these
    • letter A (see drawing).
    • above all what is expressed in Eurythmy, letting him take up this
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    • geological formations, let us say red sand, and look at the plants
    • completely to the earth) but also granite, gneiss and so on were
    • cannot grow in wax. Ideas of this kind are completely contradictory
    • come to examine the different animals which live on the earth, let us
    • relationship is such that man has, let us say, some 
    • the world. And then after the ninth or tenth year, let us say between
    • colours to the colour-blind. And moreover one gets a completely wrong
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    • violet and the blue sky. Children's questions. Discipline dependent
    • school life. Drawing of diagrams, from ninth year. Completion and
    • Let me
    • for this reason we try to let the children in the Waldorf School
    • peeped through the branches there lived a violet, a very modest
    • violet under a tree with big leaves. And the violet was able to look
    • broad opening in the tree top the violet saw the blue sky. The little
    • violet saw the blue sky for the first time on this morning, because
    • she had only just blossomed. Now the violet was frightened when she
    • a good dog, a rather bad snappy dog. And the violet said to the dog:
    • For the sky also was blue just as the violet was. And the dog in his
    • 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
    • the violet was more frightened than ever, because she believed that
    • the violet up in the sky had got so big so that it could crush her.
    • And the violet folded her little petals together and did not want to
    • look up to the great big violet any more, but hid herself under a big
    • sky-violet.
    • morning came the violet had not slept all night, for she had spent
    • the night wondering what to think of the great blue sky-violet who
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    • five. He got on quite well up to I I I I. Then I said: “Now let
    • us do it like this: Let us spread out our fingers and our thumb so
    • straight from life should you try to introduce counting by letting
    • start with a rhythm; let us say we are going from 1 to 2, then it
    • will be: 1, 2; 1, 2; 1, 2; let the child stamp on 2 and then on to 3
    • toil and moil, it simply sits on the top of your body and lets itself
    • right to let the child count with his fingers and also with his toes,
    • skilled is to give him a pencil, for instance, and let him hold it
    • first, let us say, up to twenty, then up to a hundred and so on. If
    • scandalised but regards it rather as a matter of course to let
    • letting their thoughts pass from the whole to the parts.
    • in Arithmetic. You never have in your purse, let us say, 1, 2, 3, 4,
    • we are now bringing home (see diagram). There are, let us say, three
    • “Oh well, in that case let Anna divide it in a Christian
    • we give this to one child, let us say {see lines in the drawing), and
    • you here in the class. Let us count. There are forty-five of you in
    • them over here.” Then I let them count up; how many times are
    • wanting to do it again, especially if you let them cut it out. There
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    • “model” body which is completely thrown aside by the time
    • have learnt about the lung or the liver, or let us say the
    • Now if you simply let the children work freely it is very interesting
    • longing to account by deriving the letters of the alphabet out of the
    • its full activity till puberty. Only then is it working completely
    • with the physical and etheric bodies but permeates them completely,
    • now been completely drawn in. The astral body finds its way slowly
    • let the child have these little experiences of ecstasy, so that you
    • something artistic and work out the forms of the letters through art;
    • let us think, what is the vowel A [
    • letters.] (ah)? (This does not
    • let us take a characteristic word: roll — the rolling of a
    • This has been completely lost for modern civilised man. He
    • let us think: “Kopf,” what is
    • the difference between Gymnastics and Eurythmy. Eurythmy lets the
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    • and letting the children observe how it begins to burn; you must draw
    • books. You should start from a pair of scales; let the child imagine
    • romp about between lessons. Now it is certainly good to let them romp
    • let the children write a composition about anything that you have not
    • all over Central Europe when, let us say, several criminals are
    • following way. Let us imagine that a cannon is fired off somewhere.
    • and then let it come back again; we are then told what happens to
    • We must make it a rule only to let the children do what is an
    • you to make it a rule not to let anything come into your teaching and
    • class that is right for his age, but with quite an easy mind he lets
    • his own. Therefore under all circumstances we avoid letting the
    • the required standard. This is not so convenient as letting the
    • Otherwise, as I have said, we do not let the children stay down but
    • circumstances, a child had to leave when he had just completed the
    • we never let our children make a cushion with an enclosed pattern,
    • letters in their reports which are supposed to show what a child can
    • then his verse, and then the teacher without any stereotyped letters
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    • to do something which is completely unreal.
    • neither something which is steeped in abstract, dilettante plans of
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    • In the course of evolution, western science has completely lost this
    • Let us therefore begin here with a simple visual comparison which you
    • can all make: the difference between a human skeleton and that of a
    • same weightiness in comparison with the human skeleton, if you examine
    • skeletons. There, too, we find a certain weight pressing in a definite
    • whereas man forms his very skeleton in accordance with forces of a
    • principle in the human skeleton, one finds that there is something
    • Now let me mention another fact, which concerns the muscular system.
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    • Let us take a very simple example: the tickling irritation which
    • these two sets of activities, so that they complete one another,
    • Let us assume that within the lower sphere, that is to say, the
    • Now let us suppose that a manifestation which would be undoubtedly
    • remarkable interaction is set in motion by an uncompleted process
    • nature of disease. Let us take the most frequent symptoms of an
    • foundation of the disease. Let us take the simpler manifestations
    • coughing as an invariable rule, may be deleterious, for the body will
    • These correspondences deserve the most careful consideration. Let us
    • Let us think of the qualities proper to any sort of material
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    • materialistic tendency of the nineteenth century has led to a complete
    • to the centre. Thus each motor nerve would have a complete double
    • completely mystified and misled the most capable physicians, who
    • natural science, and then go on to the results, let us say, of the
    • foremost, we must emphasise the complete difference between the
    • can no longer achieve within our organism. We can complete trains of
    • There is a complete parallelism between what we experience inwardly
    • generally do so by referring to their external skeleton, whereas the
    • external skeleton. This resemblance is at least a sort of leit-motif
    • Now let us suppose that we have occasion, because of some condition
    • point of complete dissolution of the blood.
    • polarity — and mark well, a certain, not a complete polarity —
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    • completely worked out therapy on the basis of pathology. This is
    • Please give your consideration to this: in external nature (let us
    • Let us return to the Birds. As a result of the absence of a bladder
    • But let us consider a — shall we say — somewhat more highly placed
    • something that attacks the process of plant formation. Let us consider
    • Let us assume that you are making comparative investigations into the
    • structural changes of the whole intestinal system, let us say from the
    • dependent on a complete brain formation, are also dependent on the
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    • body, or let us say, of the functional manifestations of the man in
    • and his bodily organism is, so to speak too complete. The same
    • organo-therapy. Let us be clear, first of all, as to the actual basis
    • Let us assume disturbances of function in the lower sphere,
    • Let us suppose that you are consulted by a person suffering from some
    • interiorisation, the process becomes less obvious externally. Now let
    • of the growing plants, while Man has completely turned round and has
    • Let us consider the vegetation of the Earth; but not in the usual
    • the formation of parasitic plants, more especially the mistletoe. In
    • Thus the formative process of the mistletoe represents an
    • formation of the mistletoe. We see that upward urge away from the
    • in the mistletoe.
    • external world that I have enumerated today. Let us consider the
    • blossoms, seeds and all that tends towards mistletoe and other
    • in the direction of the head. It is a complete, one might say a
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    • Let us first consider the formative process of plants as such, in its
    • suitable vocabulary. But it would be a complete mistake to suppose
    • apparent path through the heavens. (Let us say “apparent,” for the
    • sun's action were the sole operating force, it would take complete
    • mistletoe and, tree-plants. This difference is caused by the greater
    • again complete their course. Year by year the seed of the flower is
    • returned again to the root region, to complete the rhythmic cycle to
    • Let us cite an example; the relationship of common rickets to
    • application, will probably fail completely in cases of cranio-tabes,
    • Now let us carefully examine the sphere that in plants appears visibly
    • calculation. Let us assume that the human being draws breath eighteen
    • external structure of matter. Let us take an example. Suppose that a
    • times. But let us leave them, for we are dealing with the methods and
    • hopes, completely masking the danger in the background.
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    • Thus we have to complete the consideration of Space by the
    • at different ages. Let us consider the symptoms, which appear at an
    • can visualise the course of its temperature curve. Let us suppose we
    • But this view is incomplete. The moon is not merely earth's satellite
    • the essence of the cell. The cell develops — let us exaggerate
    • inherent tendency to maintain the cellular process, without letting it
    • the process of ossification or sclerosis. But there is a complete
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    • nature. Man is surrounded — let us choose this one thing to begin
    • get very far in medicine without intuition.) Let us Suppose that
    • Let us now see what is in plants that produces flavour. It is more
    • Let us examine the close relationship, to which spiritual science will
    • processes of smell and taste — particularly of the latter. Let us
    • the process of taste, and on the other, as the complete polar opposite
    • Let us remember now that the process we are considering divides itself
    • Let us look for the polar complementary activity; it must be
    • within the heart is the complete inverted image of the universe,
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    • Now let us turn to all the manifestations of sub-normal vesicular
    • an extraordinary manner, by complete change of locality and manner of
    • The complete opposite of silicon formation is contained is all that we
    • skeleton. For the formation and the growth of the bones are determined
    • Before we can penetrate still more into these matters, let us realise
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    • Let us keep to the vegetable world for the moment; and consider the
    • I let myself be divided into three, so that I have effect on all three
    • ourselves off as individuals. Let us try to represent this difference,
    • ultimate periphery of the human frame and completes our human
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    • point. Let us again begin with something quite concrete and material
    • Let us return now to carbo vegetabilis. Anyone considering the obvious
    • defensive organs against complete animalisation which are necessary to
    • conception. This takes the view that the substances in question — let us
    • there is within the human organism the potentiality of completely
    • upon each other, without being welded into one another. Let us suppose
    • light; thus in letting light pour upon us from outside we activate
    • apply substances such as vegetable carbon to man. First let us take
    • the atmosphere, a region wherein conditions are the complete opposite
    • Now let us ask ourselves; suppose we approach the earth more closely
    • Now let us return to vegetable carbon and its “internal” attributes,
    • and man. Let us pass downwards through the watery zone round the
    • sphere” proper — they are completely killed.
    • were. The circle we completed yesterday was more perfect, but we shall
    • continue and hope to complete today's line of reasoning in the
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    • example, let me remind you of such substances as Roncegno-water, or
    • symptoms as have not manifested themselves until our age. Do not let
    • And do not let us forget another current development of great relevant
    • It would be well, my friends, for humanity today, not only to let
    • this is completely accurate. But there is danger in the
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    • This principle is particularly important, let us say, in the treatment
    • to the study of the extra-human world, let us say, to the formation
    • of the mistletoe to begin with.
    • of mistletoe (viscum) develop on the soil of other plants. But this is
    • the parasitism of such plants as mistletoe is the essential point. But
    • it is far more significant that the mistletoe as it grows on trees is
    • hosts, begin to put forth their leaves in spring. Thus the mistletoe
    • an aristocratic attitude about the mistletoe.
    • mistletoe attaches itself to other plants in order to grow and thrive
    • organic forces is opposed. Let us try to elucidate this by means of a
    • thus what appears to be a “neoplasm” is formed; and the mistletoe
    • mistletoe against the straight-lined organising forces, by its effect
    • on the after birth. Mistletoe prevents or delays the emergence of the
    • found in the mistletoe-effect in general.
    • The counteraction of mistletoe against the etheric body's refusal to
    • result. Other cases, on being treated with mistletoe, have the
    • line with a further pharmaceutical effect of mistletoe, i.e., its
    • also, mistletoe works “against the stream” in the organism of man. And
    • mistletoe. But this is just what must be made use of, if on the other
    • Mistletoe provides, beyond question, a means which — when given in
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    • Now consider this. Let us begin with the ego — as it were the
    • do not let us forget this tendency. For this continuous tendency on
    • individuals focus their gaze at a distance or near by, and let this
    • In a completely different way is the human ear formed. It is possible
    • whole process of hearing. This latter principle I will color violet in
    • The outlines coloured violet
    • that early age. We stand here before outlets supplied by nature
    • Now let us consider the human eye, and its specific insertion into the
    • Let us suppose now, that the collaboration of the ego with the human
    • organisation, permeating it throughout. Let us suppose that an
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    • less concentrated in the Hippocratic School of Medicine. Let us
    • Let us now turn to the possibility referred to yesterday of studying
    • And let me say at once that an hereditary affliction is especially
    • connection between a feeble ego — or let us say an ego not adequately
    • Let me then remind you — after we have gained some more concrete
    • specific term for this process, let it be derived from the most
    • heighten the efficiency of these processes, let us have recourse to
    • not only reversed but turned inside out — so to speak, to complete
    • deleterious effect of irregular nutrition. Thus the spleen's activity
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    • undermine completely the life of instinct. So that we must be most
    • consciousness, this letting it stream in, although it is often
    • will understand what I mean. Let us take an individual case, in which
    • which one is sometimes obliged to apply, are actually harmful. Let us
    • organism. If the same person is taken into a completely red room, the
    • thou shalt live long.” We might say: “Let the action of oil avert from
    • do so and not constitutionally too feeble, let the forces of your ego
    • abstract laws of nature, which always let the student down when he has
    • therefore held in reserve, so to speak, for use in adult age. Let us
    • knowledge that spiritual science offers — on the lines of my booklet
    • is thus brought about in the whole human being. He is obliged to let
    • characteristic of the whole skeleton, which I pointed out in the case
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    • completion of this dental formative process — the external cusp of
    • the destruction of this process. It would be a complete mistake to
    • build up sound teeth. It is no matter of indifference whether we let
    • about; or whether we let a child be awkward and helpless with its
    • antipathetic, when it is completed. This leads us deeper into the
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    • lower abdominal sphere. And in the blue and blue-violet parts you can
    • complete his growth make him clumsy and rough in his behaviour. From
    • Let us suppose a winter season, in which there is a powerful influence
    • Now turn again to the regions outside the earth; let us assume that a
    • strongly chemical extremity (blue and violet), and then the luminous
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    • and also their counter-effects. If we have a complete bird's eye view,
    • Let us now study something in external nature which is among the
    • Let us then look for those forces which act counter to the antimonial
    • they promote the formation of albumen. For, let us emphasise once
    • albuminising forces continually, for we cannot let our head
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    • So long as the ammoniac salts retain their efficacy — let us say
    • well. For let me ask you to consider this: if we observe the main
    • the blood-vessels and lymph channels. Now let me place beside the salt
    • urge to roundness, to completion, to organising and shaping. This is
    • complete reversal of processes that takes place. What happens may be
    • evaporation. Now let us think on the one hand of drops of quicksilver,
    • outward of the mineralisation has reached completion. It is opposed by
    • dentition becomes complete, the process of sexualisation proceeds
    • the action of nux vomica depend? Let us observe its action under
    • therefore seek an outlet in the opposite direction. Thus that
    • And all that seeks the wrong outlet may be combated by administering
    • reference has been made lets through a continuous infiltration; too
    • health condition. Let us inquire into what promotes mental diseases.
    • not be confused with any furtherance of dilettantism. I attach the
    • against us on the score of encouraging dilettantism in any direction.
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    • wants to educate incompletely developed children. For the very things
    • we notice in incompletely developed children, in children who are
    • an incompletely developed child, we must regard what can be observed
    • Let
    • concerning whom perhaps the less said the better! — let us look
    • Let
    • now let us think of a human being who has arrived at the stage of
    • The consequence is that the body of man is completely renewed every
    • body. And what have we then? A completely new body comes into being;
    • it — or, the individuality is completely subject to the forces
    • strictly medical domain. In the education of incompletely developed
    • incompletely developed individuality. Think of the many possibilities
    • let us say, of the child having a good model that has been well
    • incomplete, and we have, in consequence, a very significant defect of
    • been complete in this second period, has not been in accordance with
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    • soul-life. Before I read the press notice let me tell you that
    • in the very same way as he does. And now let us read this press
    • safe outlet for dangerous propensities ...
    • let us say, in a school where some young Schiller was among the
    • begin with, let us consider thinking, with the synthesizing activity
    • ooze out of the china, we should take him for a simpleton indeed. To
    • we bear to him, is what matters most of all. Let me explain why this
    • let us go back to our milk jug. We cannot accuse the milk of having a
    • Let
    • interest in the organisation of man — is completely lacking in
    • applied fanatically; you have to let them percolate into life, in
    • Let
    • quite well be that the person who is now passing his life in complete
    • during that incarnation remained completely outside the field of
    • Let
    • time, they want, let us say, to penetrate liver and stomach, the
    • stopped. Instead of mending it, he completely ruins it. That does not
    • is, let me demonstrate to you from another example.
    • piece of theoretical knowledge, if we are ready to let it work
    • or of leaving it undone. Let us never forget that every step taken at
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    • Let us be quite clear about these two ways. The first is as follows.
    • is however false, it is incorrect. Let us now consider the other.
    • the physical body completely out of the process. And that is how the
    • Let
    • let us pass on to the astral body. The astral body is also connected
    • let me suggest the following. You look out upon the world around you,
    • complete picture of the eye. But there they come to a standstill.
    • with the external world via that organ. What will be the result? Let
    • held fast within. Let us consider then how it will be if the astral
    • the case, let the child do gymnastics or Eurythmy, but giving him
    • them weighed on a chemical balance — and let him do exercises
    • else. Let the child hold in his left hand a dumb-bell that is lighter
    • than the one in his right hand, and again let him do exercises; then
    • let him take in his right hand a dumb-bell that is lighter than the
    • it need not be particularly heavy — to one of his legs, and let
    • or spiritual, let him feel movements that he makes with his arms; let
    • achieved by letting the child learn to swim. Learning to swim is very
    • It arrives in complete uncertainty and has to build itself up within
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    • organ whose surface lets too much through, an organ that does not, as
    • Let
    • conditions which find their outlet in life in a clearly recognisable
    • between physical and spiritual), let us take the word “soreness”
    • mean that the child is then obliged to let, not the feeling of
    • teaching in your own hands. If, let us say, every three-quarters of
    • perpetual longing not to let the will come to expression. If the will
    • case, is to let himself be guided by the being in the child. It is
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    • physical organisation white. And now let us be quite clear and
    • describing a circle, as I did before, I will let the circle break and
    • system. The ego, let us say, receives an impression. If everything
    • often said that Psycho-Analysis is dilettantism “squared”,
    • Now, let us take a
    • remembers easily and what things he lets disappear within him. Things
    • study, let us say, every possible form of nose! Each person has a
    • let some such sentence be imparted to them so that it comes to them
    • Something quite wonderful can come out of this. Let the children
    • harmonize. The physical organisation, let us say for example, is too
    • and also with his fingers. A child who likes best to let his hands
    • doing something with his hands. Let us say, he learns to draw a face
    • even when all the conditions are there ready, the urge not to let the
    • system; this will stimulate also his whole spiritual nature. Let such
    • metabolism-and limbs system, you will let him do the movements
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    • sees around him call forth wonder and astonishment in him. Let me
    • notice. Let me draw your attention, first of all, to the strongly
    • limb system — should be completely taken into the head
    • mouth open, and his reply was: “To let the flies come in.”
    • head tends not to let enough substance get carried up into it from
    • from the fact that he had completely failed a short while before in
    • both are completely lacking in the pedagogy of the present day.
    • percentage and let the child have a bath in it. This will work upon
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    • object then merge completely in one another.
    • we will go on to consider another child. Let me give you the history
    • inactive. Let me remind you of what I said about the physical
    • going any further let us see that we are quite clear about the
    • see, completely at home in the sound R. Do not forget that in a
    • Let
    • disintegration. Let us look, first, at the boy's head. In the head a
    • eleven years old. And now let me tell you where the trouble lies. The
    • convulsions there is complete unconsciousness. This too, we saw, is
    • body through. Then he gets twitchings, and lets his astral body
    • coming into being — for they are finished and complete at seven
    • finish the embryo period. They would have been more complete and more
    • completely membered into the bowels organisation. To the relative
    • has to handle something that is not already complete and perfect. He
    • some particular organ which does not let the astral body through; the
    • the charm of the thing is a little spoiled. Let us say, you begin to
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    • shall have to find their interpretation. And let me ask for your
    • immediately on his being let go, as it were, from the embryo
    • Let me at this point
    • from the beginning, as we very well know. Nevertheless, the complete
    • organisation begins to let itself be orientated into these forces. In
    • complete isolation from the rest of the soul life. And in this boy
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    • super-sensible, morality is, so to say, a complete matter of course.
    • whatever he finds good intellectually he at once turns into will. Let
    • nature should be carefully noted. But let us now consider two kinds
    • live in an easy-going way and let things take their course, and where
    • now let us see, on the other hand, what happens when a child of this
    • completely darkened, so that as he lies there, he is all the time in
    • to let the child live in the quiet and in the dark, having around him
    • now let us go a little further into the subject of treatment. As we
    • Let
    • nothing could be achieved by puncturing and letting water flow out;
    • who was given into my care, and who was in time completely healed.
    • let us go on to the next — the little girl who was rather
    • begin even to show signs of weariness when the story is told. We let
    • while we simply let the child go her way, treating her as though she
    • matters of this kind, one must adopt a completely objective attitude,
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    • are going on in his limbs, let him watch himself making the
    • contrive to trace out some letters of the alphabet, and so have the
    • completely steeped in the interplay of air and water. And these two
    • seriously to bring to life within them a certain truth. Let me
    • of people amount to!) Then, in the morning let the knowledge: I am
    • jaws are limbs; for you will begin to see in the head a complete
    • Let us take first, in considering these two children, the stream of
    • process working outwards, so that little sulphur islets occur in the
    • children”, he said, “are completely sulphurous. In them,
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    • thing you must do is to let him repeat after you rhythmical
    • have influence in such cases. Let us now first ask our expert on
    • now let us see how that which comes to man from cosmic realms unites
    • in 1909, Mars stands in complete opposition to the Moon. Mars, which
    • let us turn to the horoscope of the young child. Again, here are
    • it is not, as before, in complete opposition to the Moon. It is
    • for a complete opposition, there is an approximation to opposition.
    • off gently into one another. For instance, let the colours of the
    • radiations of iron, letting them stream up from the
    • influence is working, wherever this complete irregularity is
    • anyway, let us concentrate our attention on the main point. What L.
    • work, for example, to organise a completely new movement, then all I
    • must, in meditation, let the circle steal into the point, let the
    • The title of this booklet is Lieder zum Commers in
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    • upon us when the time comes to let the little child make the
    • the map where he belonged. Let us suppose, then, that you regarded
    • powerfully in him. Or, let us say, carrying the idea a step further,
    • from Saturn times and has been gradually formed and completed with
    • one world and live for the time being completely within the other
    • at Lauenstein — a work, let me say, that I regard as full of
    • so, my dear friends, let me wish you all strength and good guidance
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    • nothing to do with dilettantism. It is above all anxious that
    • sphere or any other) of anything like dilettantism, nor of any
    • Let
    • have completed a higher or lower grade of education, we step
    • sequence, but we see them as a complete life-tableau. Time
    • — namely to have an empty consciousness in complete
    • there are anabolic forces in the kidneys. Let us suppose the
    • case we must have recourse to the lower type of plants, let us
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    • point — let us say in the nervous system — where it can
    • Let us take the simplest example: — the condition of
    • Let us take first the organisation of
    • that which fills out the limbs and which carries the skeleton;
    • where his skeleton lies, at the basis of the motor system,
    • physiology. (And again let me emphasise that I do not wish to
    • complication, let us say — our diagnosis leads us to assume
    • remedies. But now let us observe the kidneys which our
    • Now let us take another case. Suppose we
    • another transformed in its activity elsewhere. Let us take the
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    • does not achieve it completely; he hovers, as it were, between
    • now let us suppose that a person exhibits the opposite
    • which work formatively in respect of the whole skeleton and
    • let us turn to the metabolic-limb system. When we are sound
    • let us observe a certain kind of illness that is not of
    • let us look again at the human organism. Throughout the
    • let us imagine that we are looking for plant-remedies.
    • as viscum: forms that grow as the mistletoe grows upon
    • solid, mineral form. We have in mistletoe to-day something that
    • upon the Earth. In the substance of mistletoe we have something
    • number of remedies. Let me, for example, mention the following.
    • object as far as possible into a state of complete rest so that
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    • nothing to do with dilettantism. It is above all anxious that
    • sphere or any other) of anything like dilettantism, nor of any
    • Let us consider
    • later, according to whether we have completed a higher or lower
    • simply in a time-sequence, but we see them as a complete
    • consciousness in complete waking awareness.
    • there are anabolic forces in the kidneys. Let us suppose the
    • we must have recourse to the lower type of plants, let us say
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    • at last reaches a certain point — let us say in the
    • Let us take the
    • Let us take
    • which carries the skeleton; between these we have the muscles,
    • skeleton lies, at the basis of the motor system, there again he
    • physiology. (And again let me emphasise that I do not wish to
    • condition or other — some symptomatic complication, let
    • three ways of applying remedies. But now let us observe the
    • Now let us take
    • activity elsewhere. Let us take the activity of the ear.
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    • does not achieve it completely; he hovers as it were, between
    • But now let us
    • formatively in respect of the whole skeleton and which
    • Now let us turn
    • Now let us
    • Now let us look
    • Now let us
    • mistletoe grows upon trees — forms that have not come to
    • Earth assumed its solid, mineral form. We have in mistletoe
    • evolve upon the Earth. In the substance of mistletoe we have
    • remedies. Let me, for example, mention the following. If the
    • object as far as possible into a state of complete rest so that
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    • are merely the polemics of dilettantism, or unprofessionalism, leveled
    • could not be gained without spiritual vision, sank completely out of
    • One succeeds then in being completely awake, though one cannot hear as
    • organ. In this way one always arrives at a complete and
    • Let us take an example. There is a substance which is most widely
    • said. Let us suppose that by means of this kind of spiritual diagnosis
    • We have been accused of dilettantism and so forth, because we make use
    • of a parasitic plant — the mistletoe (which has been used in
    • Now let us imagine that this does not happen, but, instead, the