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  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • religious impulses of humanity. What stems from religion is a driving
    • religious impulses it works into the etheric body. In just the same
    • have translated from impulses into machines, into industry, into the
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • for the execution of the intentions, aspirations and impulses of
    • instrument for the impulses of our spiritual life? Will we lose our
    • of impulses found spread out in the animal kingdom, has induced
    • of meat. A man owes to a vegetarian diet the impulses that lift him
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • manifestation of impulses of will, and it is easy to imagine that if
    • ideation, and immediate expression is given to an impulse of will.
    • contemplation, thinking — and about the will and its impulses on
    • impulses. The will is very detached from daily life. Only consider how
    • present in his will-impulses at all. We may evolve better and better
    • and the impulses of will; and man is related in entirely opposite ways
    • expression to moral impulses, these impulses are the shadow-images of
    • (pleasure or displeasure), and the moral (revealed in impulses to good
    • Moral Impulses: Shadow-images of Beings of Higher Devachan (Sleeping)
    • principles, moral impulses, are working indirectly into the
    • the moral impulses he takes into himself through the life of thought
    • Spiritual Powers, then the impulses we receive are reflections from
    • moral impulses and feelings which are active within us and lead to the
    • intellectual activities, permeating them with moral impulses.
    • unfold true understanding of what is contained in the Christ Impulse.
    • that the most powerful Impulse in Earth evolution was about to descend
    • stimulated and energized by this teaching but for moral impulses to be
    • impulses. Man will transform the earth by feeling with ever-increasing
    • this moral impulse would come to the Earth from Vishva-Karman or, as
    • foresaw that this moral impulse, this moral atmosphere, would come to
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  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • aware of the denial. There is a strong imitative impulse at work here in
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • either. What I sought to show was that the Christ impulse, the
    • become severed from the direct impulses of humanity. An earlier
    • as it were, a new impulse is needed for its further development, an
    • impulse not lying within humanity itself. Even if we know nothing
    • the entrance of such an impulse. There, at a certain moment, the
    • completely new impulse entered the course of man's evolution, when its
    • This new impulse entered the earthly sphere through the death and
    • because it has absorbed the Christ impulse. Ever since the time when
    • depending upon whether or not he has experienced the Christ impulse
    • impulse. One who has passed through a certain soul development and
    • of the Christ impulse and of the Being of Christ. If we establish a
    • The Christ impulse thus appears to us as the spiritual essence given
    • kind of conviction. In regard to the Christ impulse I can only point
    • only because at a definite moment in history the Christ impulse
    • thirty-third years gave the impulse humanity needed for its
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • strive to understand them in accordance with the impulses streaming through
    • complicated age needs another kind of soul impulse that will enable us to
    • impulses into man's evolution.
    • year with the divine impulse of the Christ.
    • disorderly way in which these impulses of thought, feeling and will arise,
    • that can never be abandoned. The Christ impulse, related to all human life
    • in spring. We also know that the spiritual impulse of the sun that flowed
    • be mindful of this impulse. Once, the historical event took place. It is
    • hope that never fails. The impulse that entered with the Mystery of
    • Hope, impulse of the heart,
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • permeation by the Christ-Impulse. As in Christ Jesus we have a Man
    • permeated with the Christ-Impulse, so it may be said that three times
    • previously we have an Angel permeated with that Impulse. And as that
    • words and ideas containing something of the Christ-Impulse, will be of
    • unconscious impulse towards the upright position.
    • and realize how we must thank the Christ-Impulse for it. Then we have
    • improving his power of expression, that the Christ-Impulses rule
    • Christ-Impulse at that time because his power of thought had not been
    • prehistoric ages. It was the Christ-Impulse which enabled him to stand
    • brought to higher consciousness how the Christ-Impulse gradually
    • the Christ-Impulse.
    • united with the Christ-Impulse, that thinking as such might not come
    • Mystery of Golgotha, the fourth Christ-Event, the impulse which it
    • could only acquire as a result of the Christ-Impulse having poured
    • man was permeated with the Christ-Impulse. With the dawn of the
    • Just as the Christ-Impulse now streams into the thoughts of life, so
    • outside through the Christ-Impulse. When the child has learnt to walk,
    • Christ-Impulse, which entered through the Mystery of Golgotha, begins
    • in the Christ-Impulse. It is possible to introduce the Christ-Impulse
    • We have now to prepare for the introduction of the Christ-Impulse into
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  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • Christ did for earthly evolution was included in the fundamental impulse
    • that impulse of will, while his thinking would have impelled him in quite
    • The Christ impulse will become for us the living bridge between earthly
    • spiritualized by the Christ impulse. Christ, as the great Sun Spirit,
    • scientific impulses that are striving to enter our present life. Then that
    • Christ impulse will penetrate humanity that all men can, indeed, accept,
    • such an understanding of the Christ impulse and of the Mystery of
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • complete harmony with the impulses that brought about these changes in
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • the comprehension of the Christ impulse will be to make man finally
    • Christianity and the Christ impulse, but man has not yet gained a
    • clear understanding of what the Christ impulse has brought into the
    • Christ impulse must be seen as similar to the equilibrious state of a
    • explain exactly what man has not understood about the Christ impulse
    • share to bring about a full comprehension of how the Christ impulse
    • extent to which people in those days understood the Christ impulse
    • Let us say this, that the degree of knowledge of the Christ impulse
    • the fact that the Christ impulse was present and that through his
    • understand what the Christ impulse is.
    • happen? It happened because the Christ impulse has worked itself into
    • evolution of the Western spirit how the Christ impulse seeks out in
    • the Christ impulse can assert itself within the Western spiritual
    • but becomes saturated with the Christ impulse as if by way of natural
    • longer possible for the Christ impulse to penetrate the souls of men
    • took place when the Christ impulse worked itself into the soul of the
    • map of Europe so magnificently, but rather the Christ impulse working
    • twelve or thirteen special days when the Christ impulse could have
    • were especially suited to receive the Christ impulse during these last
    • initiation. Strengthened by and saturated with the Christ impulse,
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  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • world-conception should know something about the impulses that govern
    • the evolution of the world — the impulses in which mankind lives. Very
    • and that is not Christian”, and so forth. But if the impulses
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • causes the impulses, among other things, which the human being develops
    • previous lecture. If we are to draw near to any dead individual, the impulse
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • of forces and impulses have been holding sway. From a certain point of
    • us, kindling certain impulses in knowledge and in will — true
    • impulses towards the future.
    • Universe certain impulses hold sway. Man belongs to the Universe;
    • own Spiritual Soul, he has the impulse to receive from the Universe,
    • impulse to strong actions.
    • something concrete. I recently said: An essential impulse in human
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • Spiritual Science will easily perceive that the essential impulse in
    • naturally corresponds to certain impulses which are ultimately found
    • social impulses or to the social instincts, movements or forces
    • impulses, social drives; but we must keep in mind that they should not
    • impulses which seek to become reality. But in so doing we must
    • impulses of men be expressed by only one side. This is because the
    • social impulses are quite naturally opposed by anti-social impulses in
    • the human being. Precisely because one finds social impulses or drives
    • help forward the social impulse. It is an illusion to act in this way,
    • call social impulses, fundamentally speaking are only present in
    • consciousness as a social impulse. When you know this, you do not need
    • social impulse ought to develop. Yet it can only develop during sleep.
    • one another, in the interests of a social impulse between people. Of
    • tendency to establish social impulses consists in, and expresses
    • impulses must become, right on until the 30th century. For men to
    • anti-social impulses must be resisted, for they cannot be resisted.
    • One of the impulses which ensoul us in the sphere of our
    • education, namely: How can we consciously establish social impulses to
    • tremendously important that the impulse should awaken in us, not
    • being less haunted at 30 by the impulses of a 10 year old. Detachment
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  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • Impulses of the Past and of the Future in Social Occurrences.
    • Past and Future Impulses in Social Happenings, published in
    • German as Vergangenheits- und Zukunftsimpulse Im Sozialen
    • point to impulses deeply rooted in the life of the peoples of the
    • there awakened in Middle Europe an impulse leading to the growth of
    • not inwardly dead, if they are inwardly alive, the impulse of the
    • light of the spirit! This is an impulse which must take effect in our
    • truly, these factors are present in the whole moral trend and impulse
    • alien elements and impulses were at work.
    • historic impulse came into operation. For a period of time a certain
    • impulses that are astir in his subconsciousness. In order to
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • man and releases will impulses. Indeed it ought to enter into many realms
    • of life, so that impulses of will are eventually brought into every sphere
    • human beings to develop really social impulses. And one of these social
    • impulses is knowledge. But as long as you go on educating people, for
    • social impulse. A way of thinking based on anything else is not adequate.
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • activates the will, generates impulses of will. — How does the
    • Ego generate impulses of will? From a different point of view we have
    • spoken of how impulses of will are connected with the earthly sphere,
    • in contrast to the impulses of thought and ideation which are
    • does the Ego, which holds together the impulses of will, send these
    • impulses into the organism, into the whole being of man? This is
    • warmth-organism. An impulse of will proceeding from the Ego works upon
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • with these perceptions, and we have our will-impulses. But we
    • its own. Man receives the moral impulses into himself as impulses of
    • ideals, for moral impulses.
    • inwardly satisfied by having put such impulses into practice, by
    • with enthusiasm and become impulses for deeds, work as world-creative
    • all those impulses that come to us, for example when we contemplate the
    • — I mean the impulses that come to us when the knowledge yielded
    • asking himself: How can my moral impulses take effect in a world in
    • vision; we do not perceive how human moral impulses in man ray out
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • accompanied by impulses of feeling, and we shall see that feeling
    • progressively strengthening the impulse of will in our thinking we
    • definite impulse of will when we sneeze! When we speak, we are doing
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • followers and representatives of the Christian impulse were not always so
    • feelings could enable us to find the impulses needed for the renewals that
    • ideas and impulses we have picked up here and there from all corners of the
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • will-impulses into execution in the world is brought to human
    • knowledge of his surroundings, with developing impulses for his
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • impulses — that is, with ideas and impulses that are not associated with
    • allow the impulse to quicken in our soul to action, then the action we
    • give much thought to the matter, but is it not so that the impulse of
    • impulse of will. Then again we see ourselves acting; and then again we
    • consciousness what comes between. How a thought becomes an impulse for
    • same with what comes about through the activity of the will-impulse in
    • Such, then, is the kind of impulse that Anthroposophical Spiritual
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • being able to claim that any conscious impulses are racing effect. In
    • and images of them. We do not know how the will-impulse works in us
    • give us the right feeling for the impulses which spiritual science
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • Geistimpulse, published by the Rudolf Steiner Nachlassverwaltung,
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • When this true morality develops into momentous impulses of will which
    • all-pervading impulse in the soul, inasmuch as a man can then be moved
    • And the impulse exists within us not to cut ourselves off from spirit,
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • to let the Christ-impulse come to flower in him; he can let Christ's life
    • Christ-impulse are intimately bound up with the attainment of human
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • by the usual physiology, is active in the pulse; there it is still
    • pulse and breathing is properly coordinated, then the lower man is
    • present and is essentially balanced out by what occurs between pulse
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • pertains to the Moon. All physical and spiritual impulses that reach
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • how the deeply Christian impulse that lives in Raphael, as it were impelling
    • we saw how this impulse rose again in the poet Novalis. In the poet Novalis
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • the form of moral impulses.
    • Christ-impulse contains a living force which enables him to overcome
    • A strong life is needed to reach the sphere where moral impulses flow
    • the freedom in man, through the impulses of pure thinking.
    • awakened into life in the form of moral impulses, and thus be led to
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • Earth as lower impulses is, from the other, the spiritual side, higher
    • lower impulses through direct intercourse with the dead. When we make
    • impulses which live themselves out in the system of blood and nerves,
    • and in this way lower impulses may be aroused. Naturally, there can
    • nevertheless. Our thoughts, our feelings, our impulses of will are
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • says: Man as he lives here on earth has two fundamental impulses, the
    • impulse of reason and the impulse that comes from nature. Through a
    • natural necessity the impulse of reason works logically. One is
    • allow our inner impulses to work in shaping our mental images, as in
    • facts. But through them pulses an adumbration of something that can
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • Goetheanism as an Impulse for Transformation ...
    • eighteenth century, we can observe a significant impulse. It was the
    • impulse working in Schiller when he wrote his Letters on the
    • the impulse which lay behind Schiller's “Aesthetic Letters”
    • rational necessity, aesthetic impulse, sensual necessity. For him
    • of what our time instinctively intends, out of impulses that remain
    • following one's impulses, and yet following them freely, because the
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • The Michael Impulse and the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • impulse that works upon your life of soul from outside. I will not say
    • Impulse is not very noticeable in the concept-forming activity of our
    • Impulse. By way of our rhythmic system — that is, by way of our
    • Impulse. From the point of view of history as conceived today, it is
    • just as though the Christ Impulse had been simply struck out. It is
    • a Christian and had a true appreciation of the Christ Impulse from a
    • willing and doing with the Christ Impulse. Our modern astronomy and
    • the lines of abstract formulae solely because the Christ Impulse has
    • the need for a new impulse in the evolution of humanity. But it is
    • development of Man from sources outside himself. The impulses for the
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • saw salvation in the Mystery of Golgotha, inasmuch as the impulse
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • another realm. In our first seven years we have an impulse of
    • 2 To find within oneself the source of moral impulses is of course, as Rudolf Steiner indicated from his
  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • modern civilization who, out of anti-social impulses, shout about
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • darker. An unknown impulse urges him to go farther; he has a
    • impulse — or something that approached the soul in the
    • place of an impulse — how this passed over into feelings
    • significance of the Christ Impulse for the earthly life. Once
    • Christ Impulse with the Earth since the Mystery of Golgotha has
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • world, in order to work on in that world as an ‘Impulse.’
    • Essence within an outer man — a new Impulse had broken in upon
    • humanity, an Impulse towards something that had not been there
    • places man within an evolution where an Impulse from out of the
    • evolution as impulses of the highest spirituality. Thus the problems
    • Christ Impulse, became, for the mediaeval mind, problems of Faith;
    • Impulse. But in the 19th century, wide circles (among which we must
    • entered history as a mere ‘idea,’ as an impulse created
    • reveal, because spiritual impulses, spiritual factors — in
    • of men were not the expression of impulses from beings who
    • I was able to show the place of the Christian Impulse in the historical
    • out from this event as an impulse for all later human development —
    • Impulse for the evolution of mankind. Only when as a result of all
    • into human evolution through the Christ Impulse. Then, moreover,
    • world history through the Christ Impulse. Man’s being consists
    • what Christianity, the Christ Impulse, brought into human evolution.
    • Divinity is the creative formative impulse.’ Now however he
    • the Ego — that is the essence of the Christ Impulse. And the
    • fact that it was possible for the Christ Impulse to enter humanity
    • spiritual powers and impulses guiding world history to be realities;
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  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • a greed for knowledge but to be a spiritual impulse penetrating deeply
    • we realise that its impulse has already made itself felt in the form
    • life. To-day we shall consider how an impulse akin to that of
    • that he was fully conscious of this impulse. It is so meaningless when
    • impulse of which we shall speak lived in Richard Wagner in the form of
    • impulses in the culture of the peoples.
    • Knowledge of this mighty impulse developed the power of the Ego in the
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • the impulses living in Plato and Aristotle were working on and of
    • to posterity. Just as in those times there was a widespread impulse to
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • OF THE SPIRIT, discover this awakening of the spirit in the impulses
    • only be the outcome of SPIRITUAL IMPULSES!
    • which do not depart from selfish, but from unselfish human impulses.
    • develop impulses for the education of man, and there would be no
    • we would not bring along with us through birth the impulses that come
    • On the other hand, what we develop within the economic life as impulses of
    • impulses for what we then carry along into the spiritual world in the
    • form of impulses. In the same way in which we bring along with us
    • impulses for us. If we contemplate that which develops from year to
    • develop activities for others, we can see therein the impulses which
    • sphere of law is the, very opposite of the impulses that arise during
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • were responsible for the impulses and aims expressed in the
    • spiritual impulses our work must be grounded, only if what we do is
    • have before us the expression of an altogether new impulse, whereby
    • begin with, the new impulse had to find its way through architectural
    • works of art and the impulses out of which they were created. It is
    • impulses underlying them. But so often it happens — and it is
    • feel that we have in us one of the divine impulses of its mission —
    • source of those impulses in Art which can turn into reality what I
  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • could be done. It was necessary for a new impulse to be given, and the
    • already received a similar impulse once before. For it was a matter of
    • much of the Atlantean element. The two impulses had succeeded in
    • Leaders could use in order to give a further impulse. For this,
    • found where the greatest number of spiritual impulses had been given,
    • The original impulses from the Fifth Subrace of the Atlanteans —
    • spiritual life. The new impulse could proceed only from a personality
    • all earlier impulses and endow it with the Spirit of the whole Fifth
    • Root Race. This can be done by Christ alone, who is the actual impulse
    • involved in a process of continual degeneration. New impulses have
    • the Grail. These impulses assume different characters. Again it is
    • influence, the impulse of Dionysius the Areopagite.
    • A new impulse and a new possibility were created through the Initiate
    • gave them their important impulses during the earlier
    • other worlds the great impulses they had to give to the earth. The
    • them. Impulses are given to them but yet in such a way that it is out
  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • can never do justice to the full World-impulse of Christianity. For
  • Title: Lecture: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • Christ Impulse, they receive again through the Christ Impulse the
    • the Christ Impulse as a living Impulse. Then the Christ Impulse can
    • the Christ Impulse in the whole evolution of mankind, this must also
    • and only then — will proceed from the Christ Impulse, from the
    • living Christ Impulse, the speech-forming power.
    • more of the Christ Impulse, on the other hand they move further and
    • of the Christ Impulse, on the other hand they move further and
    • Impulse right into the Imaginations of the Archangels, and these
    • become a festival filled with life and impulse. It has to express how
    • strongest and deepest impulses of the human will. It must reckon with
    • these innermost impulses, and a Michael Festival cannot be other than
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • physical world are connected with impulses emanating from the
    • begin with, we will study the character of certain spiritual impulses
    • but an impulse to give an earthly, physical garb to purely spiritual
    • words, a Luciferic impulse gradually insinuated itself into the
    • the impulse which has received the name of Bolshevism, and Eastwards
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • impulses that lead people to such subjects as Gnosis, Theosophy and
    • time to come historians will well observe such intimate impulses and
    • whole way of thought in which we live, we bear within us the impulses
  • Title: Lecture I: Ancient Myths
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    • ideas are not fitted to take hold of the impulses which must be
  • Title: Lecture II: Ancient Myths
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    • chauvinistic impulse for the national; that is the lingering relic of
    • It is necessary to realize as one of the secrets of the time-impulse,
    • are sexual impulses present in the catastrophic events of today, far
    • more than men imagine! For the impulses to what is happening today
    • asserting of an impulse, psycho-sexual in the most pronounced sense,
    • a backward luciferic impulse.
    • were to hear ‘that comes from sexual impulses!’ One
    • to get beyond the abstract impulse but, on the contrary, to get
  • Title: Lecture III: Ancient Myths
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    • same time the moral element, moral impulse, into the divine
    • impulse that proceeds from the Mystery of Golgotha. This all
    • and in a certain connection, I said, certain impulses of the
    • fifth, just as in the sixth Post-Atlantean epoch, certain impulses of
    • as in the last Post-Atlantean epoch, the seventh, certain impulses of
    • as the Osiris-impulse. So that since then Osiris is a Being at the
    • something that is deeply justified in the impulses of the modern
    • wakes those very impulses in the soul which are necessary for the
    • not what is meant, but the sentence is connected with impulses of
    • how these things are connected: of that important inner impulse which
  • Title: Lecture IV: Ancient Myths
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    • impulses of human life must enter especially into the consciousness
    • difference between men who seek to grasp in the soul the impulse of
    • the immortal, the spiritual impulse, and those men who disdain this,
    • understand the great impulses which solely and alone can lead
    • also this practical significance, that it gives us the impulse of
  • Title: Lecture V: Ancient Myths
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    • receding further, so that I, if no spiritual impulse grips mankind,
    • the impulse really be found which mankind needs if it is to take in
    • necessary it is to seek for fresh and different impulses for the
    • impulse of blessing for European humanity!
    • nowhere has what is meant by the actual Christ-Impulse penetrated in
    • demands that the Christ-Impulse should once more permeate the
    • inquire of them whether the Christian impulse is seriously anywhere
    • warmth, and his great personal impulse was to serve his age, to
    • significance of the Christ-Impulse. And hence he also had the feeling
    • that the Christ-Impulse must be grasped in a new way in a new age,
    • the world, a general re-establishing of the Christ-Impulse. And what
    • not stupid and not unpractical, but can give an impulse to the time.
    • system is constructed on entirely materialistic impulses — and
    • above all the present needs an impulse which directly seizes upon men
    • catastrophically. The impulses in question must approach men direct.
    • it is not perceived that an impulse in life can be harmful by itself,
    • but can be beneficial in co-operation with other impulses, because it
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    • spiritual worlds. And so it came about that even religious impulses
    • prepared materialism, and that these religious impulses could not
  • Title: Lecture VII: Ancient Myths
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    • impulses of the present. You see, the present day has no inclination
    • times. Then there appears the Impulse which can reveal it to him from
    • revealed to him from the earth in the Christ Impulse, and develop it,
    • cannot be done’. Thus according to the impulses that prevail
    • world because above all it can send its impulse into actual, concrete
  • Title: Lecture: The Souls Progress through Repeated Earth Lives
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    • impulses; and with the form it has acquired as the result of these
    • moral impulses, it imparts itself to the cosmos, — it inserts
    • materialistic feeling, out of materialistic impulses. Humanity will
    • only awaken, when it adds to these nationalistic impulses —
  • Title: Lecture: The Forming of Destiny in Sleeping and Waking
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    • impulses as I described them in the book
    • for these impulses must have their root in pure thinking.
  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • in other circumstances, thoughts, ideas, feelings, impulses of will,
    • How often we feel that what is living in our impulses of will surges
    • working in the urges and impulses of the will as it is to survey the
    • impulses of the will, there is contained much that plays into our
    • impulses of will. Indeed in ordinary science and everyday life men
    • energy and matter and holding the view that no impulse of the human
    • together with its impulses of will ... not, however, to
    • these moral impulses which are seized by the free power of thought,
    • for new and vitalising impulses.
    • decline with impulses for the ennobling of Western civilisation.
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    • impulses of feeling throughout the civilised international world.
    • might say: These impulses of feeling appear in the most
    • particularly the world of the impulses of the will, inserts itself
    • Adler, but impulses of an entirely inner character are at work there.
    • evolution of humanity needs a conscious spiritual impulse in order to
    • his moral impulses, his religious impulses are concerned, which
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    • yet it is the beginning of an entirely new impulse. We should of
    • time we should not fail to notice in this the new impulse that will
    • EXISTING BETWEEN THE CHRIST-IMPULSE AND THE IMPULSES OF LUCIFER AND
    • OF AHRIMAN. This connection of the Christ-impulse with the
    • Lucifer-impulse and with the Ahriman-impulse will be grasped
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    • here on earth. The impulses for the progress of civilisation, for the
    • political and economic impulses that should unfold as healing powers
    • love? Or should we not rather progress to real social impulses?
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    • which under the influence of the impulses working in men to-day are
    • themselves. They know nothing about the impulses that are at work to
    • Leaving aside trifling matters, we need only observe the impulses
    • the impulses needed by the times. But what interest have the majority
    • of people to-day in these impulses? If only they can bask in
    • feelings and impulses of will, is mirrored by the body. Behind this
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    • inmost impulses of the will surrendered themselves in reverent
    • impulse within it, is its true being understood. Obviously humanity
    • speak from one particular aspect on this impulse in the
    • its task, must really carry the whole impulse of the Anthroposophical
    • impulse that must proceed as a living power from the Mystery of
    • theological impulse and of the entire religious impulse is necessary;
    • spiritual life. And it is indeed clear that the religious impulse
    • persons out of whose hearts springs the impulse to strive for that
    • their hearts a strong religious impulse, a specifically Christian
    • impulse, which, in view of the way in which theological religion has
    • possessing any impulse or any inclination towards natural science,
    • upon the impulse of the general Anthroposophical Movement. We most
    • clearly understand that it is the anthroposophical impulse which
    • and energy of the general anthroposophical impulse should not be
    • weakened. In particular, the anthroposophical impulse must not he
    • persons who, from their own impulse, not mine, wished to work
    • essential impulse of the Anthroposophical Movement — working
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    • divine-spiritual that pulses and weaves through the world — if,
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    • receives its impulses from there.” This nation, or these
    • impulses — or that which forges within the soul and builds it
    • throws his impulse into Finnish life, Wainamoinen abandons the
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    • be called a reversing of human will impulses. A person is born into a
    • that his will impulses simply coincide with those of all the rest of
    • against these habitual will impulses that he has adopted from the
    • impulse that drives a person into the Anthroposophical Society is
    • impulse. Since this ethical impulse that has brought him into the
    • on to develop into a religious impulse. What otherwise lives itself
    • religious and will impulses of recent centuries are the very same
    • and religious impulses that have evolved during recent centuries. But
    • impulses and from the religious forms in which man's moral life finds
    • will impulses inward, he must, in other words, strive for the kind of
    • moment, although thoughtlessness is indeed a will impulse of sorts,
    • also flows into one's will impulses, insofar as it has bearing on
    • and to carry the anthroposophical impulse into everyday life and
    • right will impulses. But as I said the last time, the Society has not
    • what impulses are essential to sharing with one's heart in the life
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    • The Spiritual Union of Humanity through the Christ Impulse.
    • The Spiritual Union of Humanity through the Christ Impulse.
    • of this materialistic impulse we shall gradually enter an evolution in which
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    • that strong moral impulses can follow from the knowledge of such
    • injuries done to him, then quite a different impulse will work in
    • impulse work on him in quite a different way. You need not
    • circumstances, it will give man the greatest ethical-moral impulses,
    • spiritual science is, therefore, a powerful impulse which also in
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    • place, and with this division came a new impulse for the
    • and this leads them to develop various externally aroused impulses
    • their impulses, passions and desires — combines with this
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    • must look to the spiritual world to find the impulse to carry forward
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    • overcoming of this illness brings an entirely new impulse, like a
    • realisation. Spiritual science will become the great impulse for the
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    • peoples whose ego impulse was developed too strongly, so that it
    • speak; on the contrary they have given us quite specific impulses for
    • impulse. What happens has always in a certain way already happened,
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    • itself as a sum of impulses, instincts and passions. And this
    • anything except create in accordance with impulses implanted into
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    • of sensuality and worldly impulses. One day something very unusual
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    • The first impulse in the evolution of our Earth towards
    • sphere. A second impulse would be the genuine anthroposophical
    • continually new impulses will make their way into the evolution of
    • Anthroposophy, may bear it into later times as an inner impulse and
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    • connection been lost. The Christ Impulse imparts feeling of kinship
    • permeation with the Christ Impulse will include the impulses of the
    • Christ Impulse leads when it permeates the soul. The independence of
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    • with whose name we ourselves connect the spiritual impulses of
    • propagation of the impulse given by Christ's appearance on the Earth
    • of particular significance because it linked with the Christ Impulse
    • and sending impulses and forces from those spheres to further the
    • evolution. He had taken the Christ Impulse into the very depths of
    • pre-Christian times and have been incarnated again after the impulse
    • impulse of the Mystery of Golgotha then made an ascent possible in
    • but it will continue if human souls receive the impulse of this
    • conditions and have different experiences receive different impulses,
    • Impulse is necessary. Similarly, there were phases of descent and
    • earthly existence through birth we bring with us the impulses and
    • Mars forces themselves there would come to man the impulse to work
    • to one of cosmic activity. The impulse given by Christian Rosenkreutz
    • mystery which has brought an impulse still operating in the evolution
    • the Christ Impulse in the right way. We stand face to face with the
    • the evolution of mankind as a whole the other impulses that had been
    • Christ Impulse, to the Mystery of Golgotha. And this is possible only
    • if all the impulses work together in harmony. The Christ descended
    • is to give to men the greatest of all impulses with which the human
    • how he worked after the Christ Impulse had been given. Think about
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    • in the souls of men by increasing understanding of the Christ Impulse
    • be an ever deepening understanding of the Christ Impulse. Everything
    • Impulse is comprised for the West in what may be called the Mystery
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    • until the Mystery of Golgotha when the new impulse was given to
    • might be a life in the real sense. This new impulse streamed into the
    • qualities which enabled them to bring a new impulse into the
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    • side of existence we may receive from there the impulse that can
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    • have developed certain religious impulses during earthly life. In
    • strife, of aggressive impulses until the beginning of the seventeenth
    • Buddha-impulse and the reflection of this on Earth was the absorption
    • understood, and how the Buddha-impulse as a cosmic happening is
    • you will realise that the Buddha-impulse has its place in the lowest
    • our time as the Buddha-impulse in the Mars region — is
    • Mars; it is the impulse denoted by the word ‘Nirvana’.
    • put it today, receives the Buddha-impulse, it frees itself from
    • of this — and the Christ Impulse is needed here — it also
    • Egypto-Chaldean culture was made possible by impulses for progress
    • impulses brought from beyond the Saturn region; in this way the
    • various culture-epochs progress and new impulses take effect. But as
    • Impulse, however, does not belong to what evolved in the Cosmos
    • Old Moon eventually separated from it. The Christ Impulse continued
    • evolved to become Earth. What streams to us from the Christ Impulse,
    • Christ Impulse. Thus everything brought from the stellar worlds for
    • Impulse. The Earth was ensouled when the Mystery of Golgotha took
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    • impulse — we have called it the Christ Impulse — which
    • evolution, in order to understand the Christ Impulse, than those who
    • way by its own efforts, not in response to any impulse from without,
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    • man the splendour of the wisdom of the Logos, the wisdom that pulses
    • West, without the Christ Impulse and without philosophy, and without
    • about the Christ Impulse: their concepts and ideas have turned out to
    • not that the Christ Impulse came into the world primarily as a
    • direct impulse that flowed from the Mystery of Golgotha. And this we
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    • another they would have been seized with bliss or repulsed with acute
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    • Zarathustrian impulse. Now I must here remark in parenthesis that I
    • Apollo changed the Sibylline impulse of the Pythia by
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    • Impulse. When the Christ Impulse entered into the evolution of
    • Impulse, after the Christ Impulse had entered into the aura of the
    • the Christ Impulse, but then they sank below the surface of the soul.
    • drama to watch this impact of the Christ Impulse; to see how, from
    • depths of the soul. The Christ Impulse does not work where there is
    • Christ Impulse working below the surface. Then we shall understand
    • the Christ Impulse works on below the surface — works, at
    • reappeared. I could suppose that the stream of the Christ Impulse had
    • the impulses that were certainly present in him; for he was not to be
    • epoch, but permeated now with the Christ Impulse. Today we must
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    • as having arisen from the working of the Christ Impulse in the depths
    • Impulse; and in this moderated form it had to reappear, so that it
    • able to perceive in himself something of the Christ Impulse at work
    • the Christ Impulse having poured itself out into the Earth's
    • will perhaps indicate how, under the influence of the Christ Impulse,
    • Impulse. In the lectures printed under the title of
    • Christ Impulse, beginning in the autumn of 1428. From external
    • post-Atlantean epoch begins; a time when the Christ Impulse had to
    • properly, so that it will be permeated with the Christ Impulse, one
    • Impulse has been received by the Earth-soul into its aura, and so a
    • Christ Impulse, may again look up to what is written in the stars.’
    • pulsed, as the new age came in, the Christ-filled Astrology which
    • we have heard that the Christ Impulse flows on as though through
    • forces that pulsed in the human blood and nervous system were raised
    • Christ Impulse; men could venture again to look up to the heavens.
    • Cosmic Christianity and the Impulse of Michael,
    • Parsifal, in whom the Christ Impulse was still working unconsciously,
    • impulse permeated by the Christ aura, the Christ Impulse, although he
    • destiny with the Christ Impulse works together in his soul with the
    • the Christ Impulse, had to sink back into the subconscious depths of
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    • soul, an impulse had to come that seized its inmost part, an impulse
    • world but which grips man's inmost being. This impulse came
    • individual thought, but is stimulated by the impulse coming from the
    • you will find everywhere how the Christ-Impulse rules in them. It is
    • was different again in the third period when the inner impulse
    • the second period it was the intense belief in the Christ Impulse
    • The Christ-Impulse gradually faded and man became aware that the
    • but there is no longer the same attachment to the Christ-Impulse as
    • Impulse penetrates into the sentient soul. Philosophy is experienced
    • see from this that very many impulses of transformation as regards
    • age of 21 to 28; the Christ Impulse enters the development of
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    • The nature of Saturn is such that he receives many diverse impulses
    • us nothing at all about the impulses he receives from the universe.
    • is the Thinker in our universe. To Jupiter man owes all the impulses
    • Saturn he owes all the impulses of soul and spirit he can receive
    • renewal of ancient impulses, we shall find that this was directly
    • the universe the impulses for speech; the influence of his Demon
    • All these things have their physical side as well. Impulses go out
    • If we want to understand the impulses in the universe connected with
    • upon the people or nation concerned. Such are the impulses which
    • existence, it is the Moon impulse that provides the forces for his
    • The inner will-impulse contained in acts of free thinking is due to
    • In the midst of all these deeds and impulses of the planetary
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    • the impulse to strengthen his Ego, and this leads him into the
    • With our feelings and with the impulses of our will it
    • is the same as with our thoughts. These human impulses of volition
    • inoculated with the great, encompassing impulses which can only arise
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    • world to which we direct our will-impulses for which the physical
    • world, and send their active impulses into the human world. For the
    • sees a human being here following impulses of hatred — hating
    • need to receive into their habits and customs the impulses from the
    • — you will find that they are doing it because certain impulses
    • into the souls of people along the same paths as the impulses of the
    • the new life without those impulses which grow in him through
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    • loftiness and greatness of the divine-spiritual that pulses and
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    • Man carries about within him the impulses of Lucifer.
    • impulse that leads from the sense-world into the spiritual world
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    • this, there worked in as an additional impulse the kind of thought
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    • age, so that his impulses should have the right effect.
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    • obtain refreshment from the East, they must receive an impulse from
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    • crystallized into the Ethiopian race, we have to look for an impulse
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    • Monism. The actual inspirers, the impulse-givers of all Monotheism
    • the impulse, the ferment for this Monotheism. This task was given to
    • impulse for this from them. The Monistic impulse has always come from
    • that quarter. The other peoples have pluralistic impulses.
    • mind, and one who examines the continuation of the old Hebrew impulse
    • the task of this particular people to give as an impulse that the
    • through this very impulse, the power of speculation, the power of
    • that is the significance of the Semitic impulse in the world. Monism
    • describe as the reception by humanity of the Christ-impulse. The
    • Christ-impulse was received, the Mystery of Golgotha took place. The
    • impulse then given was, in the course of the following centuries and
    • coincided with the coming to Earth of the Christ-impulse — the
    • Christ-impulse. Hence the Greek nation crumbled away so quickly at
    • impulse had been given to humanity, had renounced becoming an Archai,
    • teachings and impulses which underlie esoteric Christianity; the real
    • about the Spirits of the Age, were completely devoted to the impulses
    • impulse passed over humanity, there was in Europe an intermingled
    • in front of the Christ-impulse. In many cases the several
    • before the Christian-impulse, viz., the Egyptian Spirit of the Age,
    • impulses of the old Egyptian civilization, and of a Spirit of Form
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    • the spiritual impulses therein described, it will be necessary first
    • or impulse of the Angels and Archangels on the human soul was among
    • goes through the blood. He felt the pulse-beat in his blood and he
    • perception. He perceived that which caused his pulse to beat and made
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    • man by slipping into his desires, impulses and passions. Through this
    • body is inwardly permeated by the impulse to be untruthful and thus
    • proceeding from inner impulse. Where man comes into relation with the
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    • Christ-impulse had been given to the earth, Tacitus could describe
    • through the impulse of the Sentient Soul. If you study the several
    • to the impulse of the Spiritual Soul penetrating into the human
    • impulse. You will also find that what took place there in the
    • comprehensible, if you know that an impulse of the Spiritual Soul was
    • impulse with this soul, it had to work also with a wonderful
    • merely as the other side of idea. Take this on-working impulse, and
    • which the Western European peoples possess, viz., an impulse that
    • in Christ to-day is only the beginning, because the Christ-impulse
    • Age of the ancient Greeks was given as an impulse to Christianity,
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    • always felt the impulse coming from this side; that he felt within
    • Christ-Impulse in the right way, we shall not say as follows: A Being
    • essential thing in the Christ-Impulse, which came at the beginning of
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    • receive new impulses into his life of soul, and we will turn our attention
    • went on. Man did not remain fettered to the earth. He received an impulse for
    • evolution in the other direction — an impulse which actually reached its climax
    • thoughts as absurdities and who scorn the impulses that are most inwardly and
    • threatened with being deprived of spiritual impulses and with becoming involved
    • which the shadowy intellect may be directed to the impulses and knowledge
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    • is discerned by one who approaches the Christ-impulse and the entire
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    • in other words, with the Christ Impulse. This he can do at the time
    • This impulse of renewal is needed
    • permeated with the Christ Impulse — the world of thought which
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    • what is to come in the Christ-Impulse and the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • Christ-impulse; that is the content, the theme of Michelangelo's
    • pagan proclamation of the Christ Impulse.
    • paintings, how the Christ-impulse was foretold. The whole of
    • Christian impulses which flowed into his work. While he felt himself
    • at one with the great Christian impulses he yet lived at the dawn of
    • earlier ages. The content of older Christian impulses still affected
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    • The important thing now is that the impulses we feel
    • impulses that come from Spiritual Science and spiritual research, so
    • even if only an imaged life. This life, given by the art-impulses of
    • different impulses. How the single nationalities form alliances in
    • this day — all this is connected with impulses upon which an
    • needs a great deal that must act as an impulse of renewal over
    • soul; they are connected with the innermost impulses that are our lot
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    • and impulses contained in Spiritual Science to life, but to apply
    • proportion of Europeans today had not received the impulse of
    • realize that, broadly speaking, it was not a Christian impulse at all
    • pantheistic impulse, connected with the worship of one great
    • character of the impulse they received in their early Christian
    • who were permeated by the Christian Impulse at that time are
    • Christian impulse in their earlier incarnation. They have carried
    • impulse have lived on in these souls, in spite of all that has been
    • which can be awakened in one who has allowed the Christ Impulse to
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    • feeling of the successive impulses in the evolution of humanity,
    • is steeped in the impulses of a past epoch.
    • that which is active in space, but also the impulses which come from
    • impulses of the future. For, my dear friends, if a kind of rebel
    • take up the divine impulse, the Christ Impulse, through his own
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    • the Earth we gradually learn to recognize the Impulse which I
    • described to you when speaking of the Impulse of Golgotha. We
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    • the dominant impulse of recent centuries, completely hollows man out,
    • not from any scientific impulse but from the depths of human instinct
    • the Christ-Impulse in their souls. All other solutions will lead only
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    • impulse, it drives him — spiritually speaking — to feed
    • understanding derives impulses to act and work in life — the
    • impulse, where it is right, to be selfless; or again, where he
    • when we come to consider the deeper impulses that rise up in human
    • hearts and souls: impulses of which, however, we cannot say that they
    • As a matter of fact, many of the feelings and impulses
    • kingdom of reality, where the ethical impulses that inhere in our
    • impulses. The moral and ethical impulses that are behind our actions
    • We see how an ethical impulse cannot in one earth-life
    • experience is allowed to flow into an impulse of will that leads to
    • Whatever we do and accomplish under the impulse of
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    • impulses preceding from that epoch; and that since the fifteenth
    • of the heart. For the impulse for this new world-working must be
    • THE SPIRITUAL WORLDS. These are the three great aims and impulses of
    • the fifth post-Atlantean period. In the light of these impulses we
    • the creation of impulses tending in the direction post-Atlantean
    • impulse in modern humanity may find its right outlet. And among
    • he would be glad of the impulse towards man's moral improvement
    • must try the harder to gain understanding for such impulses as those
    • and purify life, to inspire morality with fresh impulses, to direct,
    • the central impulse of earth evolution, to the Christ impulse. The
    • Christ impulse will become our real link with the spiritual worlds
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    • indicates how through the Christ Impulse man is to be set free from the
    • Christ Impulse, to become free of earthly conditions.
    • in the evolution of the Christ Impulse within the whole history of mankind.
    • Impulse by evidence of the physical senses, but who could be convinced
    • is not easy to detect even for so long as that. Now the Christ Impulse
    • mankind through the working of the Christ Impulse.
    • supreme importance to make clear to men how through the Christ Impulse an
    • cannot have a consciousness which allows the impulse of freedom to
    • quicken within it. The birth of the impulse of freedom is necessarily
    • impulse of freedom inevitably implies that, if man would again have
    • place, namely, an entirely new impulse, an entirely new Being had
    • the real, inner impulse of the event of
    • one can in very truth feel something of the Christ Impulse, or whether
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    • impulse, but only repeat what they have heard, go passing things an
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    • being reaches birth, the first four force impulses lie
    • being, but the first four force impulses and the last four
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    • The Inner Human Impulse for Improvement,
    • Innere Entwicklungsimpulse der Menschheit. Goethe und
    • The Inner Human Impulse for Improvement,
    • Innere Entwicklungsimpulse der Menschheit. Goethe und
    • certain impulses, certain forces which work in the souls of men and thence
    • out how these impulses and forces developed at the dawn of modern spiritual
    • impulses that are connected with the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • impulse which went forth from the Mystery of Golgotha. It was an intense life
    • feelings and impulses of will connected with that Mystery. What had thus
    • able to work in the impulses and desires and passions, and especially in
    • allowed, if good impulses alone worked in history, human beings would never
    • varied impulses of a positive and negative nature are introduced into the
    • but also free and possessors of their own impulses.
    • in the evolution and destiny of the Templars we see an impulse that is
    • developed alongside external materialism. For the Mephistophelian impulse,
    • impulses which appeared among mankind from the 15th to the 19th century.
    • in quite another way. But the spiritual power, the spiritual impulse that was
    • knows that the impulses which were carried into the spiritual world through
    • the impulses of life. As we receive physical nourishment so does the ether
    • impulses wanted to acquire it, give parents unlimited power over the whole of
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    • He should inwardly connect his present will-impulses with impulses
    • do certain things, but by the will-impulse we inwardly connect in a
    • develop the continuity of our will-impulses so that our will-impulses
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    • conscious of our will impulses.
    • Christ Impulse was at work in human souls, men's consciousness was of
    • this Impulse, which is the greatest and most powerful Impulse in the
    • outlook, and recognise the inner impulses behind world conceptions
    • will be on a level of animal instinct and blind impulse. Western
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    • The Spiritual Union of Humanity through the Christ Impulse.
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    • ideas, feelings and impulses of will in human beings. Inner strength
    • strong will-impulses of this wonderful man into a description of
    • pulse in the world; it is preached throughout the world in the form
    • humanity; one can speak of this impulse or that. But it must be
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    • It is from this meeting that the “impulse” is derived
    • feeling, through those inner impulses of will which can be trained by
    • one could say “imaginative moral impulses.” I
    • the thoughts, the inner impulses of soul that were carried over into
    • “impulses” (or springs of action). If one comes to-day
    • with a new “impulse,” it is the last thing that people
    • understand. For if one brings a new “impulse,” whose
    • and impulses at work in their lives were due to this spiritual
    • man of to-day has to draw his most important impulses from the
    • impulse” and in another case “Here I receive no help;
    • will to allow spiritual decisions, spiritual impulses, to play a part
    • enjoyments, but something connected with the deepest impulses of our
    • so easily the inner impulses and like to cling to the empty phrase.
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    • that which seems to be an ethical, moral impulse. We feel that it is
  • Title: Lecture: Buddha and Christ: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • pleasure will be a moral impulse, that is to say there will be
    • by certain actions, to moral impulses — all these are related
    • sphere of Lower Devachan; and the domain of moral impulses in the
    • impulses belonging to the descending phase of evolution work upon a soul,
    • intellectual progress is mainly due all proceed from the impulse
    • by the Christ Impulse. Consciousness of this truth was demonstrated
    • Christ Impulse. The legend, which was subsequently forgotten, tells
    • by Barlaam and his soul was fired by the Christian Impulse. This was
    • the second impulse which, in addition to that of Buddha, continues to
    • work in the evolution of humanity. It is the Christ Impulse and is
    • Christ Impulse is not teaching but actual power which works as
    • with the Christ Impulse passes into Kamaloka and is called to account
    • and seventh epochs of civilisation the Christ Impulse will gain
    • development is not the same as the impulse for such
    • Teacher of the Christ Impulse. This is indicated very clearly in the
    • impulses in the men who hear them. And if there should be a
    • Impulse is indispensable. The second stream is the Christ-stream
    • of the Christ Impulse will in all ages be the successor of that
    • impulse of Anthroposophy as a preparation for understanding the
  • Title: Lecture: Nervous Conditions in Our Time
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    • pupil perceives it; and as there is a strong imitative impulse,
  • Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
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    • impulses also, it encounters many persons who feel drawn towards such
  • Title: Lecture: Evil and the Power of Thought
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    • "Fundamental Impulses in the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times."
    • factors and impulses of modern civilisation. And if we knew how to
    • wisdom. It is received without understanding, although as an impulse
    • transformed by impulses of feeling and of will, together with
    • realm where the being of man has an impulse to destroy, to blot out,
    • instincts and thence turn into a social impulse.
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    • do so, if instead of instincts and impulses, which are bound to work
    • anti-moral impulses, out of what works as evil from his egoism. Hence
    • filled through and through with the moral impulses we ourselves lay
    • thrown back into chaos, moral impulses can find their way, then we
    • moral and anti-moral impulses unite with the chaos inside us, that it
    • the Christ Impulse, when he forms and fashions them as they should be
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    • the form of moral impulses.
    • to know that there is a power in the Christ Impulse through
    • recorded in history. The Ahrimanic impulse entered into earthly
    • impulse in the fifteenth century, at the dawn of the Fifth
    • quickened to creative life in that region where moral impulses
    • resurrection as moral impulses. To this extent, such a philosophy
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science, a Necessity for the Present Time
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    • great impulses, the great manifestations of forces which pervade the
    • post-Atlantean epoch of culture. The impulse of the Mystery of
    • in which the Christ-Impulse has influenced mankind since the Mystery
    • the centuries which have elapsed since that time, the Christ-Impulse
    • Christ-Impulse does not only appeal in an intellectual way to human
    • impulse. The Christ-Impulse streams with living strength into the
    • event in order to understand how the Christ-Impulse worked in
    • Christ-Impulse; but this Impulse already worked as a living force in
    • might say, the Christ-Impulse and brought about through it important
    • the Christ-Impulse lived in the Maid of Orleans that a living Impulse
    • understanding could not the Christ-Impulse, this impulse worked through the
    • influence of the Christ-Impulse does not depend on the comprehension
    • we have for it. I might say that the Christ-Impulse penetrated into
    • strength, all the passionate impulses of the human soul, so that it
    • the legend describes the forces of the Christ-Impulse which strongly
    • also the forces of the Christ-Impulse can in those days particularly
    • granted that the Christ-Impulse must have worked subconsciously
    • enlightened by the Christ-Impulse. In that case, the Maid of Orleans
    • January 6th the Christ-Impulse must have taken hold of her soul,
    • these must have been the days chosen to implant the Christ-Impulse
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    • in the form, I might say, of moral impulses. This had to be
    • rescued. The moral impulse had to be rescued for man.
    • the bearer of a moral impulse
    • This moral impulse had, as
    • was the Christ Impulse which has arisen from the Mystery of Golgotha
    • centuries the moral impulse was borne by the Christian impulse.
    • impulse.
    • A new impulse arose towards
    • the middle of the 15th century, an impulse which completely severed
    • Golgotha ... the moral impulse will continue from there, but what was
    • pagan wisdom, it does not contain a moral impulse. You may study as
    • but you will never be able to draw a moral impulse out of this
    • containing, as natural science, moral impulses.
    • be able to produce moral impulses out of its own nature. A new
    • a moral science, and this was simultaneously a moral impulse.
    • as such, devoid of moral impulses. Moral impulses must be
    • gained through a super-sensible knowledge. Since the social impulses
    • must, after all, be moral impulses, no true social knowledge, and not
    • even a sum of social impulses can be imagined, unless man rises to
  • Title: Lecture: Cosmogony, Freedom, Altruism
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    • Social Impulses for the Healing of Modern Civilization.
    • there is no true impulse for Freedom. Our
    • have any real impulse for it. And so it comes that our
    • strength which comes from the impulse of Freedom and
    • how to foster the impulse of Freedom weakens men and dooms
    • impulse for Freedom.
    • But to bring new religious impulses into life, for
    • like impulses dropped from on high that the teaching of
    • civilisation. But how were these impulses interpreted? At
    • of any altruistic or religious impulse, that it is incapable
    • foundation of freedom nor spreads abroad the impulse of
    • possibility of arriving at an impulse of freedom which shall
    • possibility for an impulse which shall be religious and at
    • the same time an impulse of brotherhood, and therefore the
    • sweeping impulse of freedom to evolve? And where does the
    • impulse exist for a communal life among men that is religious
    • actual brotherly impulse upon our earth is to be sought
    • enshrined in men's hearts those impulses of generous love
    • then, that of these three things : the impulse for Cosmogony,
    • the impulse for Freedom, the impulse for Altruism, Asia
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    • The impulse,
    • Earth. Had the Christ-Impulse only been able to work through
    • the Christ-Impulse when he himself, being converted, made
    • impulse of Christ. Truly, these men could not understand what
    • could reach to what the Christ-Impulse was in its reality.
    • Where, then, did the Christ-Impulse really appear, in an
    • In a peculiar kind of vision, the Christ-Impulse manifested
    • mission. There had to be present in her soul the impulses
    • Christ-Impulse. They had to be there in her soul. How should
    • anything of the deeper impulses flowing through the evolution
    • their way into the impulses of this renewal, this rebirth.
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    • Impulse. To these peoples living all over Europe it was only
    • Impulse were to be kindled by the thought of the Christ
    • also be aware that through the mighty Impulse which we call
    • the Christ Impulse, man can overcome the forces that led him
    • such as these enable us to understand that an impulse
    • peoples with the advent of Christianity. An impulse of a
    • deepest depth on the physical plane, that the Christ Impulse
    • birthday, denoting the impulse given for man's reascent
    • the next there was a Play depicting the impulse which brought
    • the Christ Impulse.
    • Impulse that was a reality for the souls of a certain epoch
    • if this Christ Impulse is to be renewed, stimuli quite
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    • we understand the mighty impulse of the Buddha as it flamed up in a
    • centuries before the Christ Impulse was destined to dominate Western
    • universe, for the Christ Impulse is a unique event and to deny
    • at the Christ Impulse, grows conscious of his union with One Whose
    • and the sense of union with a primeval wisdom. The Christ Impulse
    • impulses, perceptions and feelings as give meaning to human
    • by a purely Christian impulse, looks out upon the world as Faust
  • Title: Lecture: Hygiene - a Social Problem
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    • fruitful impulses for the future — all these matters are
    • one hand, how a soul that is sick sends its impulses into the
    • social impulse.
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    • impulses. He makes more use of his nervous system when he speaks; he
  • Title: Lecture: Three Epochs in the Religious Education of Man
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    • everlasting impulse entered into human evolution; and so too, there
    • Christ impulse gazed at the dead figure on the Cross, at the
    • Nascimur. The early Christians, in whom the impulse of esoteric
    • of facts and discoveries of knowledge, but an impulse to an
  • Title: Lecture: Concerning Electricity
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    • unable to discover a reality in the world of moral impulses, we are,
    • impulses, if we were to say that they contain a force enabling them
    • if someone were to come along today and ascribe moral impulses to the
    • than that sphere which is also the source of the moral impulses.
    • they must ascribe a moral impulse to this atom, indeed, to every
    • sure, moral impulses, impulses of Nature, but these impulses are
    • same way in which moral impulses are endowed with life, with a life
  • Title: Lecture: The Problem of Jesus and Christ in Earlier Times
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    • The Spiritual Union of Humanity through the Christ Impulse.
    • conceive of the Christ Mystery out of a fresh, new impulse.
    • spiritual and suprasensory impulses. This Christ descends from cosmic
    • impulses that belonged to a later period: purely materialistic
    • impulses.
    • that human beings had lived without the luciferic impulse. In that
    • relationship with everything spiritual that surges and pulses through
  • Title: Lecture: Thinking and Willing as Two Poles of the Human Soul-Life
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    • impulses to be permeated by thoughts. Thoughts always interpenetrate
    • delight us, repel us. Feeling imbues our will impulses with life, and
  • Title: Vortrage: Denken, Fühlen, Wollen - Das Muspilhgedicht
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    • Willensimpulse von Gedanken durchströmen zu lassen. Gedanken
    • Aus unserem Gefühl heraus führen wir unsere Willensimpulse
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    • indeed find its continuance as an important impulse of theosophical
    • aesthetic and the moral impulse. We must seek very deeply in the
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    • impulse to sacrifice, it is then unthinkable that he should feel
    • nature of the Christ-impulse. We are then able to understand the dim
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    • life a man does something, accomplishes something, the impulse of his
    • movement of a hand or the greatest of deeds, the impulse of the
    • healing and blessing, must proceed from a stronger impulse of will,
    • while a less important act comes from a weaker impulse. And in
    • strength of the impulse of the will. But only in a certain degree is
    • depend upon the strengthening of our impulses of will. In the
    • deeds certainly does depend upon the strength of our impulses of
    • necessitate any strengthening of the positive impulses of will,
    • renunciation of wishes, desires, and impulses of will which may
    • to follow the inclinations and impulses of the Cherubim; for they
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 1: The Driving Force Behind Europe's War
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    • impulses for their activities in the social sphere? It would
    • earth and never had the opportunity to let spiritual impulses
    • spiritual impulses. If they had had the opportunity to take
    • them and had been deprived of spiritual impulses while on
    • out its impulses. It cannot yet be done to any great extent,
    • brings impulses into modern life today are like a one-
    • is to get an idea, a feeling, an inner impulse for the need
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    • moral. When we wake up, the impulses we bring from this world
    • here on earth, the Christ impulse is the heart of the moral
    • beings encounter the Christ impulse here on the physical
    • all kinds of impulses based on wisdom at an instinctive level
    • — for these impulses are given in sleep — and are
    • they nevertheless represent one great impulse — to
    • up a spiritual impulse in their inner life and push on from
    • to look for inner spiritual impulses we now have a culture
    • impulse to go towards the life of the Spirit and set out on
    • spiritual impulses are needed in civilization. The most
    • energies and all kinds of impulses arising from the time
    • individual imbued with the impulses of the age who now
    • impulses should have taken over in the twenty-seventh
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    • unconscious impulses, lives something different — the
    • this world: to let impulses enter into their souls which are
    • important interests and impulses than to the purely personal
    • Some individuals have a true esoteric impulse, and I will
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 4: The Elemental Spirits of Birth and Death
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    • growing numbers of impulses came into human evolution which
    • spirits who have given impulses to our civilization from the
    • need to live with inner impulses which they still prefer to
    • There are many such impulses. Let me give you just one
    • nineteenth-century impulses which destroy social life in the
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 5: Changes in Humanity's Spiritual Make-up
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    • ourselves in all seriousness and dignity with the impulses
    • know to have come from quite different impulses than the art
    • genius has the same inner qualities and impulses as anyone
    • through heredity or education, to send impulses into the
    • world which is all around them. Thus the impulses will not
    • their own destinies. No impulses come to them from
    • And if human beings are not prepared to take up impulses
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    • you are following impulses given by the Spirits of Form, the
    • social laws and political impulses. They are actually doing
    • so now, but the laws and impulses are of correspondingly poor
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    • impulses of the fourth post-Atlantean age were alive in his
    • individual whose inner impulses really came from all the
    • when it came to the impulses in his heart and mind and
    • of the West — and if you add the fact that impulses for
    • principles and impulses discussed with reference to Russia
    • be the real impulse! It is much more important that such a
    • sympathies and antipathies. Other impulses must come into
    • governed by just one impulse — that the world ought to
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 9: The Battle between Michael and 'The Dragon'
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    • days its impulses were more instinctive in humans, for the
    • crowd of ahrimanic spirits still sent their impulses from the
    • onwards, these ahrimanic impulses — powers of
    • reasons and final impulses for events on earth can only be
    • impulse which has been living in many human souls since 1879
    • the phases of the Moon, and all impulses which reach the
    • impulses which Ahriman raises in their souls and, indeed,
    • much admired brilliant ideas and moral impulses —
    • people christen everything ‘moral impulse’‘
    • impulses which act as numerous ties to hold human beings to
    • impulse they brought from the life of the spirit in the 1840s
    • particular impulse from the spiritual world. If he trusts you
    • enough to speak openly about his impulses, he will speak of a
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 10: The Influence of the Backward Angels
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    • thinking, the inner responses and the will impulses of human
    • impulses and inner responses. Events like these which play
    • work towards certain impulses. This was done quite
    • responses and will impulses. Those who understand the
    • processes of evolution do know, however, how impulses and
    • different will impulses, and to relate to the world in a
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 11: Recognizing the Inner Human Being
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    • connection between impulses to look at things on the basis of
    • first, impulses to consider life in a truly comprehensive
    • way, impulses altogether attuned to cosmic laws, and then
    • pulse through our forms of existence.
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    • effect of this is that they send their impulses into our view
    • but also into our inner feelings, our will impulses and even
    • impulses which would make every human being an independent
    • beings to develop independent ideas, feelings and impulses
    • century. From this time onwards, the old impulses based on
    • tribal membership today is speaking of impulses which are
    • the vicar, of the Christ, of the Christ impulse to create
    • true impulses. We shall not be able to change the labels on
    • if we are able to take a broader view of the impulses of life
    • physical side: external impulses, struggle for survival,
    • organic life if you give yourself up to impulses which came
    • spiritual impulses if they want to be able to grow younger
    • souls are taking in impulses which they will take with them
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    • impulses were cast down from the spiritual realm into the
    • been active in the feeling, will and mind impulses of human
    • which brought the full impulse for the development of
    • impulses to be instilled into humanity. If we consider how
    • descend had certain impulses which, among other things, were
    • spirits of light who sent their impulses into human souls
    • had certain impulses to follow the ancient human karma on
    • drive the impulses of the spirits of light from those human
    • souls and bring in their own impulses. If the spirits of
    • gets its impulses not only from the earth, but is also
    • arose from impulses which came from the spiritual world and
    • impulse to be creative. Ask people who have started journals
    • actually the transmission of impulses from the spiritual to
    • they perceive with the senses. Out of impulses which the
    • aim being to bring confusion into the impulses which want to
    • representative figures — the spiritual impulses which
    • insights and impulses which will help us to grow inwardly so
    • to penetrate the deeper, real impulses which have led to the
    • allowed him insight into many of the mysterious impulses
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    • impulse for reproduction would not continue beyond this time
    • the impulses for reproduction.
    • of light for its impulses will gradually come to an end. The
    • other impulses for the seventh post-Atlantean period of
    • civilization, in which procreation will be guided by impulses
    • All the impulses in our social life which reflect these
    • people enter consciously into the spiritual impulses that are
    • emotions, nor the will and, above all, not the will impulses.
    • but not the emotions, nor the will impulses. This is strange
    • whilst the will impulses were still those of the 1840s. The
    • aroused by rancour, by will impulses. In the nineteenth and
    • Marxism and became agitators still had the will impulses of
    • spiritual impulses are taken into account. There we can speak
    • spiritual impulses. History is therefore embryonic and not
    • really come to life if the anthroposophical impulses we have
    • woken up to reality. The book contains impulses which allow
    • the impulses of evolution in time. Delaisi, too, says: In
    • the impulses of spiritual life, I also regard it to be my
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    • matter in this way: With respect to his moral impulses the human
    • I sought, in fact, to find our moral impulses in this
    • wanted to say that this thinking can become the impulse for moral
    • sleep. One no longer needed any inner impulse for active inner
  • Title: Foredrag: Kristusimpulsen i tidens utvikling og dens virke i mennesket
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    • som er gjennemtrengt av Kristusimpulsen, så kan vi si at
    • Kristusimpulsen. Som Golgatamysteriets virkninger er
    • forestillinger som fra da av er besjelet av Kristusimpulsen,
    • gå, minne oss om at det har vi Kristusimpulsen å
    • hvordan Kristusimpulsen ubevisst virker med i det, hvordan
    • Kristusimpulsen i seg. I den efteratlantiske tid skulle
    • Kristusimpulsen. I den lemuriske tid levet mennesket slik som
    • bevissthet om hvordan Kristusimpulsen litt efter litt
    • det skulle senere bli sagt til menneskeheten. Kristusimpulsen
    • være forbundet med Kristusimpulsen, - forat tenkningen som
    • tenkning har fått impulsen til det gjennem
    • kunne bare skje ved at Kristusimpulsen utgjød seg i den
    • Kristusimpulsen. Med det 15. århundre efter Kristus
    • Slik som Kristusimpulsen strømmer inn i
    • komme inn med Kristusimpulsen. Når barnet har lært
    • dager kan menneskeheten ennu ikke oppta Kristusimpulsen på
    • menneskehetskulturen, er det mulig å oppta Kristusimpulsen
    • gjennem tale- og tenkeevnen. Å lede Kristusimpulsen inn i
    • på! - Det som Kristusimpulsen ennu ikke kan ledes inn i,
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    • conditions of to-day and the new impulse which must enter science is
    • knowledge in the spirit of the Christ-impulse he will attain
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    • death, that within Him is a Christ-power, a Christ-impulse that must pass
    • again in a certain way in our own thinking, feeling and impulses of
    • intended to be a creative impulse for life.
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    • Mystery Truths and the Christmas Impulse. Published in German as,
    • Mysterienwahrheiten und Weihnachtsimpulse. Alle Mythen und ihre Bedeutung.
    • impulses of our time?” With open mind we must observe
    • impulse of the time during that century.
    • any such impulses as occur in his writings. The open outlook,
    • of those impulses, whereby the humanity of the 19th century
    • century, we must look for this impulse of Philistinism
    • imagine what was living in Dupuis, as an impulse that passed
    • this impulse, which only found its most characteristic
    • different way — out of quite other forces and impulses
    • the definite impulse to preserve men from contact with those
    • have just described. It was one of the cardinal impulses of
    • impulses, has also the impulse to overcome every separate and
    • on the Christ-impulse, it was not the mere word that
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    • Mystery Truths and the Christmas Impulse. Published in German as,
    • Mysterienwahrheiten und Weihnachtsimpulse. Alle Mythen und ihre Bedeutung.
    • how the knowledge and awareness of super-sensible impulses working
    • with the real impulses that are connected with the Mystery of
    • an impulse planted by man in the stream of history can truly
    • Certain impulses — we may describe them here as
    • Christmas-impulses — take place in a given year; others
    • the successive Christmas impulses in historic evolution are
    • the impulses laid down in a given year have less incisive
    • power for the 33 years that follow, than the impulses of the
    • strongly his impulses will work into the next 33 years? Can
    • he gain any conception at all, as to whether his impulses are
    • be saved from the impulses of materialism.
    • no matter how profane the impulse of your speaking is —
    • fill us in our soul with active impulse. Thus it becomes the
    • underlying basis of our impulses of action — is the
    • impulse of our willing and our doing. Then we express the
    • impulses that lead in the other direction were there. Let us
    • requirements we shall derive the true and the right impulses.
    • old. Alas! to this day it is an all-pervading impulse of
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    • Mystery Truths and the Christmas Impulse. Published in German as,
    • Mysterienwahrheiten und Weihnachtsimpulse. Alle Mythen und ihre Bedeutung.
    • possible by that Impulse which is also the Impulse of the
  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • moral-religious impulses. But if we honestly stand upon the
  • Title: Lecture: The Supersensible in the Human Being and in the Universe
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    • Nature; an impulse comes to the fore that seeks to have religious
    • everything that pulses and lives in the human being. If we
    • of all these instincts, give rise to our moral impulses, and the
    • existence of these moral impulses also makes us deduce from them
    • natural science. Why should the moral impulses and actions that
    • moral impulses as higher developed instincts and passions, but we
    • cannot gather the significance of moral impulses for the future
    • permeated psychically with passions, impulses and instincts,
    • earth that impulse which can lead him beyond the riddle of
    • — through that strengthening we obtain the impulse enabling
    • shall find our way through cosmic-moral impulses which have
    • become our own individual impulses, and by permeating ourselves
    • impulse and hope contained in human hearts.
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    • sensations and will impulses, and that the soul can really
    • investigator must apply the impulses of the will to his own
    • initiative, through our own impulse, if we change some
    • pedagogical impulses at a maturer age, our wishes and desires
    • impulses in ordinary life, and to a perception of the true nature
    • realities; we learn to know the will impulses objectively; that
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    • European Spiritual Impulses. It appears in the original German in
    • Nordische und Mitteleuropaeische Geisimpulse. Das Fest der Erscheinung
    • Norse and Middle European Spiritual Impulses.
    • Nordische und Mitteleuropaeische Geisimpulse. Das
  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • everything on earth which he fulfils out of the impulse of
    • impulses, instincts, passions and temperament, and everything
    • to the inner necessity, to his instincts, impulses, and passions.
    • of free impulses born out of pure thinking. But in the same
    • The impulse which
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    • world, but wishes to take into his soul the impulse of life, he
    • the impulse of life, of something that is spiritually living;
    • thought, the living soul impulses, which we bring into this
    • the impulse which lived in them, in order to gain knowledge of
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    • cannot yet unite the Christ-Impulse with what they see in the
    • impulse to bring humanity forward! If this could be realised, science
    • just seek the origin of those impulses which to-day oppose each other
    • which dwells as an impulse from the Mystery of Golgotha and the notes
    • transform the Christmas thought into an impulse; and while looking up
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Thought and the Secret of the Ego
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    • yet; they cannot yet unite the Christ impulse with what they see in
    • directly have an impulse to bring humanity forward. If only this
    • let us look once for the origin of those impulses that oppose each
    • impulses originate? Where does everything originate that makes the
    • mystery — it can serve as an impulse resounding in the soul.
    • thought become an impulse in us. By looking up to this Christmas
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    • Ones, new qualities, new impulses for the progressive evolution of
    • arose the Vedic poets. The region permeated with the mighty impulse
    • so deepen our feelings, ideas, and impulses that the powers of soul
    • as man, who bears within himself the enemies of his good impulses,
    • impulses, so we can also find in man the imprint of the other
    • man: Ormuzd as the impulse towards perfection, and Ahriman as the
    • impulse in opposition to this. But the spiritual activities of the
    • and semi-human impulses. These oppose his entry into the true life of
    • impulse which Zarathustra gave to the men of his epoch lay in the
    • in the documents of a later era. Inspired by the inner impulse of his
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    • destiny, happiness and moral impulses. For the ancient Egyptian said
    • were the first to give the great spiritual impulses to mankind in
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    • interesting to learn the real impulse of the insect which flutters
    • impulse works upon us when with the right inner feeling we say
    • impulses of the will. He described it all quite clearly. They then came
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    • manner of manifestations — thoughts, feelings, impulses of will,
    • impulses of will-expressions, that is, of the inner nature and being of
    • paralysed and the will-impulses have ceased to work, we experience in
    • soul as spiritual experience. Power came to them with the impulses they
    • day life of soul, these forces require the fresh impulse that comes from
    • impulses went forth from the places of the Mysteries which gave man the
    • impulses for the life of the following day than we should be able to
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    • of its aims. He follows the impulses of his nature without
    • having any insight into these impulses. And yet he must own to
  • Title: Lecture: The Elementary Kingdoms
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    • the other hand are the impulses and passions of the Ego! The
    • with impulses, desires, and passions. If we have before us an
    • impulses and passions of an animal nature.
    • everything into moral impulses, even the classification of
  • Title: Lecture: Birth of the Light
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    • and the relation of Christmas night to the whole Christ-Impulse
    • this Christ Impulse stands before us, we may say, in a
    • threefold figure of the Christ-Impulse can have great
    • yet another figure the Christ-Impulse can come before our
    • cosmic Christ-Impulse, which expresses how man is eternally
    • impulse. As something yet infinitely more great and mighty than
    • knowledge, then approached the Christ-Impulse simply and
    • touched by the Christ-Impulse, and who is given up to those
    • old Pagan impulses with the Christ-Impulse. Apart from the
    • Christ-Impulse.
    • Cyprian is healed through the Christ-Impulse, in that he cast
    • aside the old magic to understand the Christ-Impulse in its
    • how the Christ-Impulse, which, with some recapitulations we
    • third figure, as it were a third aspect of the Christ-Impulse,
    • Christ-Impulse which shows us its preparation in the ‘Child.’
    • aspect of the Christ-Impulse: namely, that the highest thing in
    • And he has a right feeling for the Christ-Impulse, who
    • the divine impulses of the world. And that we must strive after
    • That is the wonderful thing — that the Christ-Impulse,
    • live in the world, and we may not scorn any of the impulses of
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    • Spiritual Science has reached to-day. The same great impulse
    • impulse towards Science, but it was an impulse which is very
    • created the impulse in the human mind to admit that we cannot
    • his pulse by the regular swinging of the lamp and thus
  • Title: Lecture: On the Occasion of Goethe's Birthday
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    • method of research, stimulated by the Darwinian impulse, was
    • impulses and passions and other facts belonging to the
    • hamper intuition. If both impulses are only present in
    • impulses of will and your actions, these lectures will have
  • Title: Lecture: Factors of Karma, Deficiencies in Psychoanalysis
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    •  ROM our Studies of such an impulse in human
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    • impulse to ‘cut’ with one's ideas, one would describe with
  • Title: Lecture: Hereditary Impulses and Impulses from Previous Earth Lives
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    • one. During this period, the hereditary impulses cannot work on
    • which man has these impulses fully developed is already passed.
    • unconscious impulses towards his new calling; and into this,
    • work nearly so much. For in this epoch the impulses of his
    • former calling. But in the following period the impulses no
    • impulses, then he can also understand what social needs can be
    • So do unconscious impulses play into our human life.
    • impulses which must come from the Eastern World, and,
    • pulses and flows through our movement could have been nicely
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of Christ in the Human Soul
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    • upward to mighty impulses surging through the stream of human
    • Christ impulse, but at first in a premature form — is the
    • impulses working upon it are distributed in time. Let us
    • existence: he enters life filled with the impulse of the
    • impulses, and transforms from the spiritual world gifts
    • as the impulse of the Christ. We touch upon a
    • can feel in connection with the Christ impulse, not
    • “How may I experience the Christ impulse within my own
    • Now, my dear friends, that which we may call the Christ impulse
    • new revelation, the new Christ impulse of our
    • such a person will sense the new impulse if only he pays heed
    • impulse makes itself felt by you, warning you, pointing
    • to the truth, an impulse which will not permit untruth to
    • appearance, the living impulse of the Christ. No one
    • Christ impulse in the second form.
    • impulse in these thoughts. For this is the goal toward which
    • that it places us amid the impulses of cosmic evolution,
    • unison with these divine impulses in the evolution of the
    • He creates the impulse in our hearts today to look upon His
    • through the impulses coming from the world of which He
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    • imbue his feeling, thinking and his will-impulses in gazing
    • the lower senses. The first impulse to fight and overcome it
    • returning. But whoever has become familiar with the impulses
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    • Ethiopian race is an expression of an impulse from the Mercury Oracle
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    • divinity, those who gave the impulse towards monotheism and monism
    • monotheism also had to be represented, so that the urge, the impulse
    • impulse towards monism from them. The monistic impulse has always
    • is concerned with the continuance of the old Hebraic impulse will
    • because it stems from this impulse.
    • through which mankind received the Christ Impulse. This Impulse was
    • Christ Impulse. In consequence, ancient Greece rapidly declined at
    • important Archangel who, soon after the Christian impulse had been
    • teachings and impulses of esoteric Christianity, especially of the
    • spiritual impulse was imparted by this guiding Spirit who had
    • given up to the impulses of the Folk Spirit. At the time when the
    • Christian impulse began to pervade mankind, Europe was the scene of
    • Spirit who was in the vanguard of the Christ Impulse. The several
    • the birth of the Christian impulse, namely, with the Time Spirit of
    • certain way is very much subject to the influence and impulses of the
    • was an influx of impulses from ancient Egypt whose Time Spirit had
    • radiated the most powerful spiritual impulses, the centre which was
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    • development of Germanic-Nordic history and the spiritual impulses
    • and of outer lightning. He felt the pulse-beat in his blood and knew
    • it to be the pulse-beat of the ‘I’. He was aware of this
    • felt that it was the deed of Thor which caused the pulse to beat and
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    • the focal point of attack by infiltrating into his desires, impulses
    • etheric body is inwardly motivated by the impulse to be untruthful
    • and falsehood which proceeds from inner impulse.
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    • impulses of the Sentient Soul. If you study the individual folk
    • can be attributed to the fact that the impulse of the Spiritual Soul
    • that island proceed from this impulse. You will also find that the
    • impulse of the Spiritual Soul was to find expression on the plane of
    • that this impulse lives on.
    • only a beginning, because the Christ Impulse has only been able to
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    • was always aware of spiritual impulses, that he felt within his
    • we understand the Christ Impulse in the right way we would never say:
    • Impulse at the beginning of the Christian era; we do not attach much
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    • symbolical presentations of great spiritual impulses. To those who
    • hearts the thought of an impulse to which we have often alluded in
    • the Age — has had to realise anew the two impulses just
    • all-important impulses for the spiritual life of Europe. We may
    • Demeter which speaks throughout all ages of time as an impulse of
    • important impulses of human evolution, intimate secrets of the soul
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    • them to breathe, in prompting in them impulses to walk and to stand,
    • they at the same time gave men the impulse for morality, for the
    • to look for this impulse primarily in the ether body. It is the ether
    • The power of the Christ provides all the impulses to
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    • of the hand and our will, as an impulse of movement, constitute a
    • into the sphere of will, for everything which results in an impulse
    • thought or the mere sentiment to an impulse of will, it is the prime
    • mover behind the deed in the physical world. The will-impulses, the
    • expression of will-impulses as the astral body is the expression of
    • which bring about our will-impulses, impulses which are needed to
    • which call forth the will-impulse — the whole world of will
    • macrocosmic counterpart of the impulses of will which forced the life
    • will-impulses, I am suppressing the flashing-up of thought, and
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    • teacher of the Angels. His impulse flowed into them during that
    • into themselves the Christ Impulse, which formerly they did not have,
    • Impulse, and in the sixth culture-epoch, the epoch following our own,
    • the Indian epoch, have also meanwhile absorbed the Christ Impulse,
    • will all be illuminated, inflamed, set on fire by the Christ Impulse.
    • Impulse. Thus we now have one class, one category, of guiding Beings
    • the Christ Impulse to be found. They have not been
    • Egypto-Chaldean times have been filled with the Christ Impulse now
    • Impulse, seek to give to humanity for their inspiration everything
    • derived from the purest Christ Impulse, which should guide humanity
    • rejected the Christ Impulse we have a science which is quite
    • the Christ Impulse, just as at the lowest level man was open to it
    • Christ Impulse means in human evolution.
    • His impulses, is an essentially higher Being than any of the
    • forces and impulses enabled this Individuality to fulfil a purpose
    • instance, of those Beings who rejected the Christ Impulse in the
    • would have made in the course of evolution if the Christ Impulse had
    • Indian epoch, do not permeate themselves with the Christ Impulse, and
    • Impulse such as have the Angels who completed their evolution in the
    • feelings, the impulses of soul which awoke in the informed Greek when
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    • was then able to absorb the Christ Impulse, the Christ principle. For
    • without the impact of Greece, it is no less so without the impulse
    • his body which manifest merely the lower egotistic impulses, through
    • impulses of human nature, those which work in an animal, an
    • impulses from which develop sympathy and antipathy, everything of an
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    • systems of organs in Earth evolution an impulse entered whereby what
    • impulses of our Earth evolution. In the very moment when our human
    • dissolution comes about, how the Earth-impulses enter into the
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    • itself into that Christpower, that Christ Impulse which, as it
    • being completely? As man inwardly receives this Impulse he will more
    • ‘The warmth, light and chemical impulses in the sun are
    • progress new ordeals arise, and we have to see it as the impulse for
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    • has an impulse to struggle for a knowledge beyond what is evident to
    • the generations he himself has experienced as impulses, desires,
    • we ourselves have condensed through our impulses, desires and
    • repulsed; we feel like a rubber ball resuming its shape after it has
    • this. It is not only that our impulses, desires and passions, which
    • in ordinary consciousness we do not obey this or the other impulse,
    • impulses and instincts.
    • consciousness to the impulses and instincts which are within us and
    • our own impulses, desires, passions, through all that imprisons us,
    • because we are seized by the blindly raging impulses of our own inner
    • contexts named the Christ Impulse. We then learn to understand in its
    • truth is the Christ Impulse; and when I speak of the Christ Impulse
    • look to; I am referring to the great macrocosmic Christ Impulse. We
    • Christ Impulse. And here we experience something very strange. Just
    • Impulse our consciousness becomes richer, fuller, the further we come
    • and a biology permeated by the Christ Impulse, and that true science,
    • Impulse. Anyone who does not believe this has only to turn the pages
    • in the Pauline sense with the Christ Impulse, and then plunge into
    • ourselves, what then happens? The Christ Impulse has the quality of
    • notice that the deeper we descend with the Christ Impulse into
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    • mighty impulse which then worked on through the centuries.
    • of Christendom. If we see the moral-religious impulse of Christendom
    • be fertilized by the Christ Impulse before the inwardness which we then
    • Christ Impulse had reached a greater ripeness in his soul than in any
  • Title: Lecture: The National Epics With Especial Attention to the Kalevala
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    • self-centred! A being in whose soul divine-spiritual impulses are at
    • part; we see Zeus, Apollo, Athene imparting the impulses, allotting
    • what historical powers and impulses perform in the evolution of humanity,
    • for him a real power as creative as the other historical impulses. Hermann
    • the present time, but which we discover as the most powerful impulses
    • of humanity, as the most powerful historic impulses so far as we can
    • elementary impulses, he was not then controlled by the intellect connected
    • elementary, most intense impulses. Hence the personal element, the direct
    • expression — un-Palestine-like description of the Christ-impulse,
    • idea, the Christian impulse. That is the infinite delicacy at the end
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    • then the form of Michael stands before us again. If, under the impulse
    • is permeated throughout by impulses from soul and spirit, is rayed
    • shall understand how this impulse points symbolically to
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    • impulses. For whereas we habitually look at the realms of Nature and
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    • when the breath pulses through the body with the help of the etheric
    • transmutation of the healing impulses that reside in the
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    • to reach some comprehension of Christ and of the Christ Impulse
    • all the impulses within men which through the centuries have
    • impulses which have turned men towards the Christ will sink. It
    • impulse. Truly it would have boded ill for Christianity if, in
    • Such was the world into which the Christian impulse made its
    • world the representatives of this Christian impulse seem to be
    • Christ. Those first bearers of the Christian impulse who found
    • the Christ Impulse. Christianity was spread by men who
    • within their souls the power to secure for the Christ Impulse
    • Impulse who themselves do not really understand it? What power
    • to comprehend the essential nature of the Christ Impulse? What
    • these ideas and who nevertheless accepted the Christ Impulse
    • outcome of the Christian impulse. To maintain that these
    • the Christian impulse. Those who observe the depths and not
    • the Christian impulse. When modern natural science has got over
    • although he himself has no notion of it. The Christian impulses
    • to perceive the influence of the Christian impulses with
    • an impulse in someone who lacks any deep understanding of
    • impulses of Darwinism have been born out of the Christ Impulse,
    • that the impulses of Christianity work even where they are
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    • stages through the Impulse thus bestowed.
    • And yet, what an impulse has been given! But these things are
    • powerlessness in order to bring forth the Impulse we know
    • as the Christ Impulse in the further evolution of mankind.
    • understand the real significance of the Christ Impulse in the
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    • all powerful moral impulses came to life in his soul during
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    • Zarathustrian impulse rose up within him during the
    • experienced the reality of this mighty impulse. All the beauty
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    • materialistic consciousness, can only develop the impulses of the
    • all-comprehending Justice, the fourth virtue. The same impulse, which
    • Steiner Press.] you will find how the Christ Impulse worked
    • quarrelling, the Christ Impulse lived on and brought about the
    • human beings, but the Christ Impulse works in this personality,
    • became a kind of representative of the Christ Impulse itself for her
    • time. This she was only able to do, because the Christ Impulse could
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    • the second half gives the impulse to right action.
    • impulses within that pure thinking which science itself fosters
    • in us by its methods; if I can so shape moral impulses within
    • educates me, then in these moral impulses conceived by
    • impulse enters our organism; but it also goes via the spinal
    • inward impulse, from the animal to the human shape.
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    • the second half gives the impulse to right action.
    • my thoughts, my impulses and my decisions into step with the
    • impulse in the life of the soul to be different from this
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    • the second half gives the impulse to right action.
    • thoughts, together with his feelings and impulses of will; and
    • therefore, if we want to find the deepest historical impulses,
    • Scientific thought, we find, is thus the motive impulse of the
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    • the second half gives the impulse to right action.
    • of physical geography. In the same way, the spiritual impulses at
    • especially the interplay of Eastern and Western impulses in
    • impulses — is maya, to use the Oriental term.
    • the impulse to freedom.
    • the impulse to do so must come from us. The same is true of
    • element, becomes for us an impulse of freedom. It is a
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    • the second half gives the impulse to right action.
    • knowledge of the spiritual impulses underlying the
    • the ego is repulsed. We feel surrounded on all sides by
    • impulses and religious forces. They live within us, in
    • impulses and religious forces, we require concepts of
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    • the second half gives the impulse to right action.
    • expounded here could, if transformed into impulses of the whole
    • such strong anti-social impulses as ours.
    • social impulses. But when people speak of social needs, they
    • instincts and social impulses that were present, if in a
    • two of his strongest and socially most effective impulses
    • can transform itself into social impulses such as arose from
    • would say, with a certain religious impulse. Not, indeed, with
    • and achieve an immediate experience of the impulse of freedom
    • the soul can only really apprehend this impulse of
    • enables man to find within him the impulses that lead and drive
    • then operated within him as moral and religious impulses. This
    • impulses that were once instinctively attained, has still
    • seek his ethical and religious impulses in his own
    • of freedom at immediate moral impulses. Because we are faced
    • as I indicated then, the real moral impulses that man can find
    • technology gives us, gain moral impulses as earlier men
    • itself as a social as well as a cognitive impulse.
    • consciously, a spiritual life that will give the same impulses
    • sphere, and that moral and religious impulses must once again
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    • the second half gives the impulse to right action.
    • impulse: men therefore feel that what they do on earth is
    • entities, the impulses from which are absorbed into their
    • they are affected by philosophical impulses, in the way I have
    • institutions and ancient impulses from which these arose.
    • they had thereby obtained impulses that proved to be the actual
    • guiding impulses for social life.
    • various impulses, including social ones. Oracles, star-gazing,
    • awareness of how impulses from extra-terrestrial nature,
    • itself — these impulses had, after all, been
    • life also, they detected social impulses sent into the world
    • spirit, the soul that is to give them. Impulses initially felt
    • as religious, as impulses of grace from extra-terrestrial
    • impulses of the commandment type, which derive from what was
    • ancient Oriental impulses I have described still operate in an
    • impulses that inform them. For the description often given
    • Religious impulses themselves, while remaining what they are,
    • impulses from ancient times. And in modem political systems,
    • the impulses I have described; Western economic systems have
    • as the vital impulses! of the legal forms of Greece and Rome,
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    • the second half gives the impulse to right action.
    • impulses combined, the development of the individual to a
    • importance for social life, and that the impulses aroused in
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    • the second half gives the impulse to right action.
    • something in which spiritual forces and spiritual impulses are
    • we must move forward to new impulses and to the new life that
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    • the second half gives the impulse to right action.
    • alongside the prejudices, feelings and impulses of class
    • impulse — subsequently absorbed into a faith in the
    • from the impulses of spiritual life, in the way I have been
    • — there flow forth from the life of the spirit impulses
    • impulses. Thus we see that Plato still stresses how, in the
    • we can also point to the fact that the impulses which
    • the innermost impulses of their being. And in this connection
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    • To the impulses necessary
    • daily life, is really only a dream of tale Will-impulses. When they will,
    • as regards our powers of desire, for instance and the feeling-impulses
    • we fulfilled as will-impulse, we would follow what was inward —
    • the lifting of a piece of chalk with reference to the will-impulse, you
    • ever deeper and more comprehensive penetration to the real impulses
    • impulses of soul, which lead to real spiritual scientific clairvoyance.
    • impulses of our evolution and the signs of our time can recognise this
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    • To the impulses necessary for the
    • impulses. When they will, and represent something to themselves
    • regards our powers of desire and the feeling impulses connected
    • fulfilled as will impulse we would follow inwardly — into our
    • impulse, you would be able to follow what takes place in your hand,
    • ever deeper and more comprehensive penetration to the real impulses
    • impulses of soul which lead to real spiritual scientific
    • the impulses of our evolution and the signs of our time can
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    • those impulses into his soul which one gets if on the one hand,
    • and thereby obtained the strongest impulses.
    • people trouble so little as to how certain impulses in
    • absolutely saturated by the Christ-Impulse, He does not seek a
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    • human beings took up impulses for which they should be calling
    • that once took to itself as an impulse “they are equal before
    • now brings the impulse for equality with it, but in connection
    • here-and-now we looked out. Today, due to this impulse,
    • life impulse. But as every thought will draw into us and
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    • of culture there shall break those spiritual impulses which
    • necessity because only from those impulses can we hope for that
    • mankind, and because from these impulses alone can we hope for
    • thoughts in building, like all fruitful artistic impulses, have
    • the Mystery of Golgotha and from the impulses which led a part
    • impulses from the Spirit of Earth, we see the rise of mediaeval
    • enter into great detail were I to describe all the impulses
    • the influence of this impulse, ostensibly cultivating the
    • without that permeating impulse of a world-vision. Old motifs,
    • by the impulse just described. Study such a wonderful revival
    • higher impulses of human development. We see Greek forms, just
    • impulse to the cultural thought necessary for our
    • building. The old impulses can no longer be brought to that
    • fact that only he can paint a Madonna who has an impulse in his
    • feel this impulse in their soul to the extent that they can
    • wish to reduce itself ad absurdum new impulses must come
    • impulses which inspired us three years ago, we can only pledge
    • to that impulse, to win understanding for the contribution of
    • productive impulses of spiritual science.
    • the midst of an age in which quite a different impulse is
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    • the slavery of impulses, desires and instincts; he is unfree. But
    • he also is not free who struggles with his desires, impulses and
    • logic. When his impulses and instincts are purified so that
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    • never human feeling, never what we know as will-impulses, for
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    • ‘Life's pulses now with fresher force awaken
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    • felt as a Mars impulse in the legs.
    • give myself over to the impulses of Saturn. Thus man felt in
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    • nothing else than the impulses of human evolution. They had to
    • with death became in its turn an inner impulse compelling
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    • impulses whereby man himself is able to come into a certain
    • in Gilgamesh an inner impulse to seek out paths in the world
    • Thus the impulse to wander over the Earth and thereby receive
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    • aim. Their impulse came out of the spirit. Let us read of it in
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    • was that moral impulses were not sharply distinguished from
    • natural impulses. When Aristotle points Alexander to the
    • dominion, it was not only a physical impulse that came from
    • also moral impulses. The physical and the moral were one. This
    • perceive them. Then came the impulse to make records.
    • impulse working in them all, — to tear mankind away from
    • by an impulse coming from the configuration of the Earth. You
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    • East which was still immersed in the impulses derived from the
    • final end was put to the genuine and pure Mystery impulse of
    • Alexander the Great had received the impulse towards
    • believe that all of you have felt an impulse that calls you to
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    • human being with the deeper impulses and forces of Nature, or
    • we must recognise how the various impulses that are to be found
    • whole of Nature, with all her impulses, with all the substances
    • understanding her inner impulses and her connection with the
    • himself with his own activity and his own impulses, but plays
    • for new impulses to enter in, if there is to be progress in the
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    • so soon to be taken from us, bore within them this impulse and
    • impulse for the breathing — for all that is airy in the
    • impulses of the astral body too than dissolve them. For these
    • spiritual impulses that have had their outward expression in
    • impulse to action, then we shall also change the sorrowful
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    • — not only earthly impulses — demand something from
    • worthy of note. The fact of the matter is this: the impulse
    • during the Meeting itself — be an impulse originating in
    • develop the strength to follow impulses from the spiritual
    • Christmas Meeting, I spoke of manifold impulses at work in the
    • opened for the reception of the spiritual impulses which have
    • the earthly world, the impulses for it must be brought from the
    • This prompts the assertion that the impulses we ought rightly
    • to hear of the impulses in the spiritual world which then pour
    • of soul, the Meeting will be a forceful impulse which the soul
    • something that gives impulses from a new corner of the
    • effectively have we grasped the spiritual impulse of hope that
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    • up actively his impulse-filled suggestions, and tries to gain
    • spiritual but also by moral impulses, While one merely
    • soul-spirit-being the moral impulses which appear in the memory
    • endowed with moral impulses; and we learn that it is all
    • we were in a former life with definite spiritual impulses, and
    • of the world, he gets the impulse to develop further the kinds
    • impulse, from the same source as Anthroposophy itself. For
    • Goetheanum had to come from the same impulses from which the
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    • waking life — with the Christ Impulse — that this
    • Christ Impulse with us into what is dying: IN CHRISTO
    • Christ Impulse, that our figure of the Christ is essentially
    • the impulse of spiritual science and its intervention in
    • the earth by receiving the impulse spiritual science is able
    • earth wakes we take the Christ Impulse with us into the life
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    • The Spiritual Union of Humanity through the Christ Impulse,
    • The Spiritual Union of Humanity through the Christ Impulse,
    • lecture we found that moral impulses are fundamental in human
    • impulses are in fact never better guided than when we take a
    • we spoke in a deeper sense of love as an impulse and in such
    • love” cannot replace the moral impulse contained in
    • recognised that the impulse of interest is particularly
    • that time the ancient impulse of wisdom was active.
    • moral impulses, we may call the third post-Atlantean age, the
    • moral impulses could penetrate; and on the other hand,
    • divine impulse, will be raised into consciousness. Hence in
    • that in us it shall be transformed into moral impulses, so
    • sort of moral impulses will the wisdom acquired through
    • the Christ-impulse; the transformation of valour and bravery
    • always actuated by the right moral impulses. And how many
    • Christ-impulse, has become the special virtue of the
    • in one who rightly understands the Christ-impulse, this
    • anthroposophical understanding of the Christ-impulse that it
    • descended into earthly evolution; His impulses, His
    • Now that the Christ-impulse is in the world, if through what
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    • the connection of the spiritual scientific impulses with
    • period, a personality bearing within him all the impulses of
    • great impulse was still to be
    • taken care of somehow, no doubt, but his most urgent impulse
    • the impulse of souls of the fifth post-Atlantean epoch. The
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    • tendencies and impulses a portion of the soul's potentialities
    • special complication of karmic impulses, of destiny, that
    • can say that an impulse which we have already observed in his
    • that a third impulse, which comes as if from without — but
    • the impulse toward rebellion does not appear so strongly as
    • strong impulse to project our will into the physical world,
    • his earthly life also brought the impulse so to prepare his
    • by the dramatic impulses received from Shakespeare, did not
    • Thus we see a decided continuation of the karmic impulses that
    • that there is something in the impulse that Goethe gave to the
    • inner impulse just as the rhythm of waking and sleeping reveals
    • an inner impulse in the human being. In a life such as Goethe's
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    • guiding human affairs did so with the same impulses as the
    • human soul with what it takes into itself from impulses
    • impulses. These will really be no worse than those good old
    • vocational impulses that cannot be renewed, but must be
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    • preceding period. As you have heard, the hereditary impulses
    • the time is past during which these hereditary impulses
    • impulses into which the processes that occur between death and
    • impulses of the preceding incarnation are effective in far
    • following period, however, the impulses no longer work into us,
    • centuries — so that we know the spiritual impulses of that
    • judging them correctly. That is how unconscious impulses play
    • would gradually sense an impulse to come to true spiritual
    • The truth is that something of the impulses that had to come
    • pulses through our movement might have been neatly swept away
    • movement to grasp the inner impulse of the soul and not belong
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    • had little time to pay attention to the impulses of his heart.
    • Up to this period a person must carry with him all the impulses
    • become acquainted with the materialistic impulses dominating
    • impulses into the future, asserting that it is the only
    • permeated by those impulses that are at play in spiritual
    • it describes much of what pulses today in life. So this Arthur
    • me, evoked in me a sort of ecstatic impulse to self-destruction
    • because my action arose not from an impulse that I was unable
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    • own angel. We already see how strong is the impulse of humans
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    • connections, to enlighten himself about the impulses, the
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    • consciousness is really a kind of collateral impulse of his
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    • strong impulse which exists amongst the civilised peoples
    • and more to be the general impulse of mankind; how the
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    • and will impulses — all these play a role when we hear
    • will impulses, of which we have a clear picture, into the
    • of the body as a result of the impulses of the body. But he
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    • as arising out of all the impulses that were at work when power
    • primarily based on deeds, on actions, founded on impulses of
    • shows, for instance, how the more rudimentary impulses of
    • historical evolution of humanity on the basis of soul impulses.
    • impulses of decay. The impulses of growth, of forward
    • have will impulses and go through the world with such impulses,
    • the motive you know as coming from your will impulses. You know
    • all those actions and impulses at work in the historical
    • these impulses in history in no way proceed from our ordinary
    • sagas, pictures. And they knew more about the impulses to be
    • ways, but the impulses which lie at the root of historical
    • — represents the middle of evolution. If a new impulse
    • universe. The impulse came. When studying this growing
    • impulse. That came later, and it belongs to one of the most
    • impulse that gave humanity a fresh impetus. The Mystery of
    • impulses, but I regard it as a duty to allow religious impulses
    • deepens the religious impulses of the human soul. It is
    • impulses that penetrate into our feelings and our
    • impulses, we shall not utter prophetic or vaguely mystical
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    • impulses of will, received indeed by the organic, bodily
    • contemplated as those impulses, which give us our
    • out because of an impulse of will. What of this impulse of will
    • which aims at an impulse of will, and the executed action there
    • to judge one's own actions and impulses of will with the same
    • objective detachment as one can judge the actions and impulses
    • impulses of will and makes them opaque, put them to sleep,
    • through its instincts and impulses, its emotions and its entire
    • fertile new impulses for life, is education. This has often
    • impulses are derived from taking into account external nature
    • social impulses are deepened by considering not only in an
    • impulses can arise which relate whole human beings to whole
    • Intuition. The true moral impulses which arise from the
    • intimate and important feelings and impulses of the human soul,
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    • community, we can notice our reaction when a desire or impulse
    • awakens when we say: Conditions allow this impulse, this desire
    • impulses and feelings, and which have then been applied to
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    • unless the impulses of Spiritual Science are spread abroad in
    • very seriously, that unless a Spiritual Scientific impulse
    • Spiritual impulses. Superficially considered it is easy to
    • need only investigate where Spiritual Impulses found their
    • impulses traditions. Above all one thing must be considered,
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    • impulse to become too much related to the earthly powers,
    • develop too strongly the impulse to become too closely
    • impulse which will come to mankind in this way. That means,
    • this Spiritual impulse should come, for otherwise, in time to
    • inner impulse in order to have a free vision, so that he can
    • being; but we shall endeavour to pour an impulse into his
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    • does the harmfulness of the present materialistic impulse
    • this, we can never grasp what has to work as impulse into the
    • impulses, which were the deeds of these beings. Man could not
    • impulse at this juncture, when a social impulse of the kind
    • that they should take the most primitive impulses of their
    • the knowledge that man bears within him different impulses
    • of old impulses. What still remains of the old impulses
    • never reach the spheres out of which the impulses of future
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    • materialistic impulse of our time? It consists in this, that
    • as impulse at the present time. A statement for instance like
    • this reason instinctive knowledge, perceptions, impulses of
    • social impulse at that point of time when it is necessary for
    • impulses of their own religious faiths should be taken
    • that humanity has within it evolutionary impulses which are
    • impulses, so it is with those men who from pulpits to-day
    • the impulses of the culture of the future can develop.
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    • teacher; the impulse to teach and instruct in a certain way
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    • the impulse of the Mystery of Golgotha and when he realises
    • order to receive the Christ Impulse, the Divine Spiritual,
    • only become concrete and real when we receive the impulse of
    • the impulse of the Spirit with our inner life. Man has the
    • the development of something absolutely real, an impulse that
    • they resist the quickening impulses of spiritual life. The
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    • connection exists between the impulses inherent in artistic
    • the impulses inherent in super-sensible knowledge.
    • whence artistic imagination receives its impulses, such
    • original impulses to be superseded by what is consciously
    • ordinary way. Impulses of will come to expression in the
    • life of inner experience, his thoughts, feelings, impulses of
    • artistic process itself is a conscious one but the impulses
    • consciousness of the impulses underlying artistic
    • raises to the level of consciousness both impulses that are
    • meant to remain such, and also those impulses which the
    • artist's case the impulses remain in the subconscious. These
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    • lecture we found that moral impulses are fundamental in human
    • impulses are in fact never better guided than when we take a
    • we spoke in a deeper sense of love as an impulse and in such
    • love” cannot replace the moral impulse contained in
    • recognised that the impulse of interest is particularly
    • that time the ancient impulse of wisdom was active.
    • moral impulses, we may call the third post-Atlantean age, the
    • moral impulses could penetrate; and on the other hand,
    • divine impulse, will be raised into consciousness. Hence in
    • that in us it shall be transformed into moral impulses, so
    • sort of moral impulses will the wisdom acquired through
    • the Christ-impulse; the transformation of valour and bravery
    • always actuated by the right moral impulses. And how many
    • Christ-impulse, has become the special virtue of the
    • in one who rightly understands the Christ-impulse, this
    • anthroposophical understanding of the Christ-impulse that it
    • descended into earthly evolution; His impulses, His
    • Now that the Christ-impulse is in the world, if through what
    • into which the Christ-impulse has flowed. Thus, because the
    • Christ-impulse is now here, we directly destroy something of
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    • interested in it, your insight must receive an impulse
    • much stronger than all other earthly perceptive impulses. It is
    • impulse to develop such an inner activity lies in our
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    • a very definite impulse to the ancient Hebrew people. This
    • of Shem, in order later to give to Abraham the impulse which
    • to the Hebrew people an important impulse through Abraham.
    • ego as an impulse, as it was kindled in the astral body when
    • Inner Evolutionary Impulses of Humanity
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    • the pulse of organic forces. You experience the reality of
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture I: The Significance of Supersensible Knowledge Today
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    • civilization, are to receive the impulse for true spiritual
    • time. Such impulses cannot be derived from views and ideas of
    • that the impulses of the time (Zeitströmungen)
    • that neither such impulses are stronger than arbitrary
    • them. But everyone is required to understand the impulses of
    • the times in which we live, and guide these impulses in the
    • hampers progress. The impulses of one's age must not be
    • and mind, into their whole being, impulses from the
    • contentment and security; and third to will impulses that
    • knowledge will create feelings of security and impulses
    • people efficient and capable. Impulses must flow from the
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    • means that a person's soul impulses come to expression on the
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    • impulses of will; he is weak as far as action is concerned.
    • deeper aspects of human nature. Baser impulses that in a
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    • Our ordinary thoughts and will-impulses are also contained in
    • social impulses in the young during the formative years. What
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    • endowed with its own inclinations, and its own impulses to
    • personality with one-sidedly developed impulses, and a mortal
    • dwindles, the body hardens, and the pulse slows down. Thus,
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    • impulses blindly. The “I” also works on the ether
    • body, particularly through higher impulses, especially of an
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    • sphere of art; he wanted to pour into every soul the impulse
    • Richard Wagner was truly possessed of a deep impulse of a
    • artistic impulse developed according to spiritual laws, as a
    • import. Only when inner impulses have become external action,
    • the impulses portrayed to be already experiences that are
    • human feelings, but had no means of expressing impulses once
    • music, only conveyed impulses when they became
    • able to be aware also of deeper impulses residing in the
    • conveying impulses that live within human beings. Music
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    • An Impulse for the Future
    • Impulse for the Future given by Rudolf Steiner
    • possible to rescue of Dr. Steiner's impulses and words. To these also
    • light veil through which the impulses
    • impulse took place along with the great turning point [of history].
    • gave art a new impulse, which at first appeared through the works of
    • the impulse for freedom and responsibility to the spirit.
    • forces of eurythmy, carried by etheric impulses and the musical art
    • impulses. He was torn from us by death in 1925. He had to pay with
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    • impulses which we have to-day.
    • the thoughts, feelings and impulses which he now possesses.
    • had been told that thoughts bring no impulses to man and have
    • his own belief in human desires, instincts and impulses. He too
    • organisation, whereas impulses, instincts, desires and passions
    • be permeated by impulses which go in this direction. Therein
    • experience, from the world of the gods will-impulses, impulses
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    • The Spiritual Union of Humanity through the Christ Impulse,
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    • under the impulse of the physical body and on the waves of the living
    • under the impulse of the ego. On the ways and means, how these two currents
    • the fact that our pulse beats four times, while we inhale once. The
    • at night of one's physical and ether body, the impulses are lying for
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    • so far as it receives its impulses from the kidney system is in turn
    • as it is expressed in the relation between respiration and pulse. Therefore,
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    • enter the new age with the right Christ impulse. The denial of the Christ-impulse
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    • same impulse that leads them, if they have a materialistic
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    • supersensible activity, and from this proceed those impulses
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    • world, impulses about the particular effects of which we don't
    • the feeling of regret, we would be removing a moral impulse of
    • impulse I gave it and directed its own course accordingly. The
    • impulses from the spiritual world. In one passage it is
    • even expressly stated that impulses of free will come from the
    • how he became what he was; we can then follow up the impulse
    • and impulses of the time. We could say that if we examine
    • evolutionary impulses. Just as we cannot put more water
    • empty space appears for new impulses which can then enter the
    • impulses can come in. In the cultural period in which
    • impulses that came from the spiritual world to the
    • fullness in the physical world that is right for his impulses.
    • Someone bringing with him from earlier incarnations impulses of
    • impulses that need to meet with receptivity must
    • purely spiritual impulse, we become freer and freer from all
    • pulse through us from the spiritual world and when we say,
    • impulses coming from the spiritual world,” we expect that
    • at the same time the impulses of higher spiritual beings will
    • descend into these our impulses. Thus a relative, deep
    • the spiritual impulse and letting it stream in, we do not need
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    • slightest awareness of the impulses that come to expression in
    • impulses once again. However, they will have to take hold of
    • efforts to strengthen themselves by means of the impulses
    • that can in any way live as a real impulse in the will. There
    • realize fully that it is an impulse of will. That is to
    • impulses he accepts, but they should work in him — and
    • drunk. An impulse that is not brought to full consciousness
    • examination of will impulses. Religious denominations
    • would like to provide impulses, but these must not be examined
    • religious impulses are spoken of nowadays. People feel most
    • accept one or the other impulse, but are spoken to in such a
    • intoxication is to look at our inner impulses in total clarity.
    • impulses. But people are not yet ready to go along with this. I
    • familiarize himself with the impulses coming from spiritual
    • course admit the existence of impulses of some sort, but not in
    • altogether in earnest, for if the impulses of will
    • because they cannot find impulses within themselves to support
    • the more the I became separated. The Christ impulse is
    • in its purest form with the Christ impulse is expressed in the
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    • Vergangenheits- und Zukunftsimpulse Im Sozialen Geschehen.
    • impulses that they can carry on only if they have consciously
    • through the gate of death have few impulses which, if I may
    • learning customary on the earth. This stream of impulses that
    • impulse that must cause a powerful social movement to take
    • impulses coming from the dead must work more and more
    • how it is connected with all that we call social impulse we
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    • Vergangenheits- und Zukunftsimpulse Im Sozialen Geschehen.
    • aroused in the widest circles for what are the impulses
    • and feel, and, according to the impulses of their characters,
    • will impulses must appear. It was because these clear
    • conceptions and good impulses of will did not exist that
    • feelings and will impulses depending upon languages. Consider
    • of no distinction. What originally pulses from one's
    • proceeds from various points of view. And this impulse to
    • because we bring with us certain impulses out of the
    • to the mysterious inner impulses behind language so as to
    • describes something from this impulse, the other from that!
    • impulses which will be developed in the life after death. We
    • develops important impulses in the life after death.
    • are spiritual impulses enabling them to show as in gestures
    • us through the gate of death, and what will be our impulses
    • the impulses we have absorbed in the economic life (yellow
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    • is the need for a fresh impulse. This is only one example among many.
    • kind of co-operation between senses and inner emotions and will-impulses.
    • with reality so that it can actually enter into the impulses lying in
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    • clear, my dear friends, that when impulses founded in this way are taken
    • against this seriousness and against these impulses generally, the opposition
    • passive until he notices that in his mind and soul there enter impulses
    • of men, as a drivinfr impulse which, when it then breaks forth, can
    • impulse of most of the ladies. Most ladies you must know are young,
    • have arrived at the age when through the delusive impulses of materialism
    • the passing through certain spiritual impulses may be outwardly masked
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    • he sees what impulses are necessary for the modern social structure
    • still actually more or less dominated by inherited concepts and impulses
    • whole evolution in such a way that new impulses arise—impulses
    • and in their headless condition men were still receiving impulses as
    • real social impulses which can be grasped only by being active, actually
    • have impulses able to create the social structure, have come down to
    • in those who carry their personal aspirations into the impulse of Spiritual
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    • the social laws, the social impulses, in an unreal but in a fundamental
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    • cannot bring us to a full understanding of the moral impulses in the
    • divine spiritual impulse, this divine spiritual impulse remains without
    • impulse.
    • of the moral impulse in the evolution of man. The characteristic feature
    • of the Jahve Impulse into mankind in such a way that its weaving and
    • this impossibility of reconciling what happens in nature with the impulse
    • believe in the justice of his Jahve impulse. The whole underlying tone,
    • And yet this Jahve-God, this Jahve-impulse, what is it for those who
    • to the Jahve impulse, a being having a part in human nature as this
    • as the innermost impulse to which he directs his veneration and devotion.
    • But it is not possible for him to ascribe to this Jahve impulse the
    • the Old Testament is thought of as the contrast between the Jahve-Impulse
    • and and the satanic impulse, on it meets us in the Book of Job, is a
    • it there before. On the contrary, a firm, clear hold on the moral Jahve-impulse
    • of this one, in that certain evolutionary impulses reach their highest
    • point, but at the same time as these impulses are approaching the highest
    • happens and in happening nullifies the impulse to happen. And so the
    • entrance of a new impulse into the world was needed to lead evolution
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    • content, of the Christ impulse that has come into the world through
    • and more of the content of the Christ impulse will be imparted to mankind;
    • belongs to the revelation of the Christ impulse. To come to a right
    • Christ impulse. Man would have been too weak to make any progress by
    • beyond the the earth, the Christ impulse, a man had triumphed over death:
    • impulse? We might first consider how Goethe actually stood within European
    • to God. As such, Spinoza's thoughts are very far from the Christ-impulse.
    • help of Goethe's impulse. I said yesterday and repeat today that the
    • of Goetheanism, that is, the impulse towards a new understanding of
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    • impulses not visible from our surroundings, being a product of
    • become liberated in their feeling and will impulses from
    • will-impulses regarding life and a totally different life shows
    • will-impulses into our lives. This complex work of our lives is
    • itself out of the original free impulses. Here you discover the
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    • impulse which can only be explained through the anthroposophical interpretation
    • fearful; to have experienced that impulse which in every effort for
    • and took into consideration that polarically-opposed impulses of growth
    • other impulse of growth is Ahrimanic.
    • to-day without taking up the impulses which come to us from this knowledge
    • so terribly heartless in the presence of such impulses as are appearing
    • able to rouse themselves out of the impulses of Spiritual Science to
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    • out of which flow the impulses for all our knowledge and all
    • all the transitional impulses introduced by the new age, both
    • the further working of its impulses was something very
    • stirs in his soul, it is ridiculed, the opposing impulses
    • these impulses prevail, for the external barking of the dog
    • impulse, the urge, towards Christianity is already alive in
    • wild impulses in poodle-form, which have been resisting the
    • bond with the spiritual world to recognise the impulses more
    • impulses of our own age and of the inevitable future. If we
    • for him because in the new age, his impulses, his instincts,
    • since the 14th, 15th, centuries that his impulses have been
    • that excludes all egoistic impulses. This is what is meant.
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    • This impulse
    • ahrimanic impulses given when something actually comes into
    • its activities so restricts the impulses of the etheric body
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    • out of supersensible impulses.
    • body, but its forces, its impulses, the Moon with its forces
    • has no Physical existence. And all that is Moon-impulse is
    • Moon-impulse that has been left behind. It definitely does
    • not belong to the earth. It is impulse remaining over from
    • impulses. Knowledge of this force was first of all given to
    • the impulses of the 183 worlds. This picture works in Faust's
    • an impulse in modern history and played a part there. He did
    • performed, ha meant to show that these impulses had already
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    • life itself. In actual life itself, impulses have to arise
    • emotions, their loves and hates, and the will-impulse which
    • to the impulses of the Will. All this is essential to the
    • impulses can possibly arise from the foundations of the
    • Graeco-Latin epoch. The impulses that lived in the
    • Graeco-Latin epoch must also become impulses of human beings
    • aspire to Italy with the kind of impulse which inspires any
    • necessities and impulses derived from a far wider sphere.
    • it was out of this impulse that the culture of ancient Greece
    • give its impulses to the man of the fifth post-Atlantean
    • achieved by means of the impulse of Evil.
    • Mephistopheles, who is the very. Impulse of Evil. cannot see
    • those impulses which Christianity gave for the fifth
    • this moment the Impulse of Evil knows it: — Those who
    • impulses of human evolution must become sharp and clear
    • again. Such impulses must arise as have arisen in the
    • Helena comes from the stars; but she guides the impulses
    • arises in the soul of Faust the impulse to go over into the
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    • where he relates Faust to the impulse of the fifth
    • down into the impulses of the fourth post-Atlantean age,
    • impulses of Good. All this has arisen on the foundation of
    • the impulses of the fourth post-Atlantean epoch, which had to
    • time. We need only turn our gaze to the Christ-Impulse
    • 747 years had to run their course before the main impulse
    • — the Christ-Impulsecould enter in, as indeed it did
    • Christ-Impulse to do with the great and important question
    • impulses of Evil will work into the world on a grand scale,
    • to receive the spiritual impulses will then find points of
    • impulses which must evolve by the very resistance of Evil. It
    • interest to represent as constructive the very impulses that
    • remained behind, they work into the inner impulses of human
    • representing things out of his own personal impulse, where in
    • post-Atlantean epoch. It was an impulse that worked on and
    • bring in quite other impulses of evolution. Such an Hero is
    • impulses of Gods. Sig indeed it is. How then can human beings
    • Earth the impulse that proceeds from these their actions. We
    • the very place where this impulse was able to he fulfilled.
    • region out of which these impulses proceeded in the fourth
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    • — that through impulses inherent in the world-order man
    • that, because the philosophers derive their impulses from
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    • countless other human feelings and will-impulses. Diana is
    • subconscious impulses arise of which Diana is the goddess.
    • feelings and impulses, prevailing in the human being, come
    • develop the impulse for goodness out of his own nature. For
    • in Goethe's impulses there is already concealed the way that
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    • some kind of electrical impulse. The arising of colors was
    • cultivate a sound natural science, we then have the impulse
    • those impulses that he had not merely gathered together but
    • but subconscious impulse that something like a new world
    • Christianity to encourage the international impulse to prevent
    • willingness to enter into what is demanded by the impulse of
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    • impulses of the Greeks, that are associated with the Kabiri
    • the ideas about the Gods depend on this impulse of the Greeks
    • force-impulses in the whole connection of a physical human
    • Imaginations awakened by the Kabiri impulses, by the
    • Galatea-impulse, can do no more than hover on its surface.
    • such impulses.
    • experience, the fundamental impulse in the soul of one who
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    • be an impulse to experience life in all its fullness, to
    • peoples have seen the impulse in the soul that brings about
    • through the impulse of the Kabiri the developing of
    • the world lies the impulse of becoming. But modern man no
    • there when the pulse of the moonlight throbbed in tune with
    • the impulse surging, pulsing, through the external world
    • which, from conception the birth, pulses and surges in man.
    • Moon-force, the Moon-impulse. Thus, once again he evokes a
    • into the generative impulse weaving, throbbing, through
    • this generative impulse, Goethe had called in Proteus, the
    • impulses.
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    • these impulses, from grossest instincts up to spiritual
    • dispersal, an overflowing. An opposite condition pulses in
    • the further evolutionary impulse to clash together in violent
    • of strange motives and impulses surge up into his willing.
    • continually losing himself by his impulses being seized by
    • dangers that threaten man's moral impulses. And this is
    • all its atrocity, is the impulse, the essential impulse, that
    • become gradually known to mankind, so that as impulses they
    • supersensible knowledge where fresh social impulses will be
    • good impulse towards man's advancement in the direction he
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    • spiritual impulses as working in the world, when he must think
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    • “I”-impulse, how this now had to be poured into
    • wording. Every time it is according to impulses in your life to
    • an inner impulse.
    • extraordinary way this old Hebraic folk received the impulse to
    • we see how the impulse, conveyed through the world's
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    • impulses, as a way of thinking and in no other way can we
    • impulses turned to anger it had quite a definite influence on
    • a way that knowledge and will impulses are inter-penetrated by
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    • possessor of thoughts, feelings, and impulses of will which
    • pulse-beat. This happens quickly. The people of whom I am now
    • humanity. A special impulse had to be given towards the
    • cosmic ether, into the impulses of the sphere beneath the Moon,
    • since the our Christmas Conference impulse, that we in the
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    • these impulses can lead away from the forces of decline to the forces
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    • receives from their realms the impulse to descend to the Earth once
    • Earth loving his language merely out of instinct and lower impulses.
    • impulses he develops an over-fervid, organic, animal-like love for
    • impulses are the cause of the misery in social life. And when this is
    • the impulse — now that the dire consequences of materialism are
    • Divine-Spiritual, opening the way for instincts, impulses and
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    • impulses which make their way towards the East.
    • These impulses stream towards the East but as they advance they are
    • impulse as a whole is deeply influenced by the North. But what streams
    • As the Northern Gods send their impulses towards the West, they
    • impulse towards the East, they unfold their life of reflection, their
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    • supreme impulse, could illuminate the whole domain of knowledge for
    • and evolution, and which, in the form of the moral impulses,
    • impulses and the moral order of the world. Of all this people no
    • the impulse in this direction was to be given by his
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    • most powerful impulse in the evolution of mankind. And yet, if we
    • human heart as a commemorative thought of the greatest impulse which
    • full depth and greatness of the impulse which belongs to this
    • in connection with what the Bible tells of the great Christ Impulse of
    • Impulse, upward again towards the spiritual worlds.
    • through the Christ-Impulse. Perhaps you can feel in all of this a kind
    • lies in the Christ-Impulse. But it should be perfectly clear that to
    • can take in the Christ Impulse. No longer can we awaken this great
    • impulse directly within our souls during the Christmas season, even
    • the holy mystery of the Christ Impulse.
    • Christ-Impulse can be born in the human soul, in the human heart and
    • this Christ Impulse is a reality, something which can actually flow
    • Impulse will not remain something abstract or dogmatic. Rather this
    • Christ Impulse, which comes forth from our spiritual movement, will
    • dedicated to remembering the Christ Impulse, we can feel that
    • we nurture our remembrance of the greatest impulse in human evolution.
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    • central nerve impulse of the whole of this great poem. When we
    • inevitable force that can come only from the impulse of so sublime a
    • want to feel the deeper impulses, the mighty impulses that arise on
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    • with every impulse of will that arises in us under the stimulus of
    • their impulses of will and feeling enter their consciousness as they
    • feel,” with every impulse of will, “I will.”
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    • historical impulses in mankind's evolution. How often, for instance,
    • inherent in the Christ Impulse, is something altogether different,
    • that may be regarded as giving the impulse to the human ego, so that
    • discourses. This same dramatic impulse increases from one discourse
    • really means when a new impulse is given for a new epoch in the
    • world’s history, and when the author of this impulse appears to
    • we reflect on the impulse of this new epoch that was to begin with
    • fratricide; when we rightly understand the impulse that forced its
    • highest impulses realizable by man at that time, and that there is
    • in Krishna is grafted onto the world. The highest impulse that can
    • the inner impulse to perfect himself as far as ever a human soul can.
    • universe. With the Krishna Impulse coming into each individual soul,
    • impulse; not immediately, nor even up to the present time, but
    • Krishna Impulse worked in each one. Human existence would have been
    • else came in. The Krishna Impulse comes into man’s soul when
    • earth. This other impulse came from the opposite side. It was the
    • then those souls who had the impulse to individualize themselves more
    • and more were met by the Christ Impulse, leading them once more
    • been a rather preliminary description of the two impulses from the
    • Christ and Krishna. I have tried to show how closely the two impulses
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    • time before the Luciferic impulses entered. Thus we rise in thought
    • could instill into man the impulse to consciousness of self? It was
    • the Krishna impulse signifies incarnated in the body of the Luke
    • to the body that contains what, through another impulse, has brought
    • realm in the age we are entering; how the fundamental impulses of
    • all the earth is to develop such impulses as have been the subject of
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    • his impulses and reactions, or by the thing itself, from fully
    • This is the impulse
    • impulse, all the forces that tend to make man independent and loosen
    • Impulse entered the higher synthesis of the two one-sided tendencies.
    • the St. Luke Jesus child Himself the Christ Impulse lived for three
    • tending to continue. At the time when the Krishna impulse was
    • understanding of the Christ Impulse must break in upon us. The
    • self-consciousness, and this creates an impulse to know the divinity
    • seek the understanding of the Christ Impulse that is opened up by
    • justification. No one must imagine that the Krishna impulse could
    • two extremes — the Luciferic and the Krishna impulses —
    • in the true anthroposophic sense the impulse necessary for the
    • life by truth it is an atrocity to associate the impulse in the
    • impulse with any other impulse in history, because in truth it is the
    • what he, through the continued working of his impulse, still signifies
    • order to reveal the unique, fundamental impulse of human evolution.
    • there is hope because there are souls here who have the impulse, the
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    • so elevated and purified that the impulse which leads on to the
    • present in the soul the impulse toward spiritual knowledge, spiritual
    • understanding — that impulse which is inextinguishable in
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    • controlled his freed etheric body, poured impulses into him and taught
    • Initiator is not dogma; it is simply an impulse for development. Every
    • truth that is not at the same time a vital impulse, is a sterile
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    • of feelings, passions, emotions and impulses of the soul. To inner
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    • impulses given to mankind by command of the masters.
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    • forces — of constant movement — shot through by impulses and passions,
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    • represents the spiral process of evolution. The Christ Impulse
    • The Christ-Impulse transforms implacable Law into Freedom, and the
    • source of this Impulse is the person and example of Christ Jesus.
    • destinies are woven of these impulses, of these acts of grace. If we
    • a new impulse to all humanity? Such, indeed, was the act of a God Who
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    • of humanity owe their origin to impulses issuing from occultism. For
    • impulse, as colour and form in the astral body. For example, he sees
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    • and both are given in the highest measure. Strength comes from the impulses
    • what it signifies. The fact is that these figures are their own impulses,
    • to us the impulses and powers for living, and in this way we get a basis
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    • one part has remained as it was, with its animal impulses; the other
    • is the third human corpse, consisting of the lower impulses and desires
    • The corpse retains its lower impulses and habits in a kind of husk;
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    • man, who has worked on his lower impulses, will dissolve very quickly,
    • but with undeveloped persons, who have given free rein to their impulses
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    • and could carry out his impulses in a much more systematic way. But
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    • of evolution. One of the latest of these impulses is the Theosophical
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    • in the most varied way moral impulses can appear with special
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    • — no matter how they appear in this impulse: healthy or ill or
    • an impulse of free will — and, all that can be known of the
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    • impulse at a definite time of the year to go wandering off somewhere.
    • Often it is to the same region each year. And this inner impulse of
    • circumstances. He wants just to follow his own will-impulses, which
    • will-impulses prevent him from having a normal relation to the world,
    • and he wants only to follow these will-impulses. This is the
    • that extreme turning inward of the will impulses. That is the
    • detail, and the inner will-impulses are no longer increasing: now,
    • digestion and the food substances give an impulse to move. It is a
    • impulses. But these people are isolated from the normal human world
    • impulse is not entirely pathological, but it is characterized by the
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    • all, he is an important actor; this comes from his impulse to bring
    • organization. There lies the impulse one brings with one as talent.
    • it to those who will carry the impulse forward, out of spiritual
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    • physicians work so that creative impulses can now flow into the
    • leave the creative impulse outside in matter itself; the thoughts
    • footprints, of life and it gives one no impulse to investigate
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    • — no matter how they appear in this impulse: healthy or ill or
    • an impulse of free will — and, all that can be known of the
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    • impulse at a definite time of the year to go wandering off somewhere.
    • Often it is to the same region each year. And this inner impulse of
    • circumstances. He wants just to follow his own will-impulses, which
    • will-impulses prevent him from having a normal relation to the world,
    • and he wants only to follow these will-impulses. This is the
    • that extreme turning inward of the will impulses. That is the
    • detail, and the inner will-impulses are no longer increasing: now,
    • digestion and the food substances give an impulse to move. It is a
    • impulses. But these people are isolated from the normal human world
    • impulse is not entirely pathological, but it is characterized by the
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    • all, he is an important actor; this comes from his impulse to bring
    • organization. There lies the impulse one brings with one as talent.
    • it to those who will carry the impulse forward, out of spiritual
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    • physicians work so that creative impulses can now flow into the
    • leave the creative impulse outside in matter itself; the thoughts
    • footprints, of life and it gives one no impulse to investigate
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    • repetition of the past never takes place. Each evolutionary impulse
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    • through the Christ Impulse man is to be set free from the forces of
    • Christ Impulse, to become free of earthly conditions.
    • Christ Impulse within the whole history of mankind.
    • who could not be persuaded of the meaning of the Christ Impulse by
    • detect even for so long as that. Now the Christ Impulse entered into
    • happened for mankind through the working of the Christ Impulse.
    • through the Christ Impulse an entirely new way of relating themselves
    • consciousness which allows the impulse of freedom to quicken within
    • it. The birth of the impulse of freedom is necessarily accompanied by
    • and spiritual when he looks out upon the external world. The impulse
    • taken place, namely, an entirely new impulse, an entirely new Being
    • and yet at the same time they deny the real, inner impulse of the
    • whether one can in very truth feel something of the Christ Impulse, or
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    • conditions of the times. A true Easter impulse needs to be inculcated
    • from any real understanding of the Christ Impulse and how closely this
    • humanity in a new form by the impulse proceeding from the Mystery of
    • anti-Christian impulse, which was of course there under the surface
    • impulses which laid hold of mankind in the 19th century and
    • impulses of all are those which took effect in the 19th
    • century. The first impulse which came to the fore and gained an ever
    • blood-principle. The Christian impulse towards universal humanity was
    • been found. The anti-Christian impulse makes its appearance first and
    • eliminate it, and for men to be stirred by the impulse of the
    • foundation of destruction, namely, the Ahrimanic impulse. — That
    • These two impulses, Nationalism, the Luciferic form of
    • themselves into what ought to have been the Christian impulse of the
    • indeed!” But that will not be until the anti-Christian impulses
    • days when the impulse of the Mystery of Golgotha was finding its way
    • the fundamental impulse is the same: in the unconscious part of their
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    • actual impulses in men of the present and immediate future. I shall
    • Divinity. In Christ we have to do with a Divine Impulse spreading
    • through the world: the Christ Impulse which at the Baptism in the
    • Christianity lies in the Christ Impulse which came to the earth
    • From then onwards, mankind needed an impulse for the return to the
    • spiritual worlds, and this impulse was given in the Fourth
    • carried His impulse to the peoples of the earth. Before then they had
    • Divine Impulse came down to the earth, passed through death
    • and became the source of the impulse which leads humanity upwards.
    • impulse for the ascent was given by Christ.
    • Divine Death and the Impulse proceeding from it, to realise that such
    • Christ Impulse also made its way into works of art. Men yearned for
    • the impulse of a god Who had endured all the sufferings and agonies of
    • stone,— but now, when the impulse given by Christ Jesus for all
    • of the mission of the Christ Impulse, when rightly understood? He
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    • but an inner affirmation, a powerful impulse in life itself. It will
    • will have been strengthened and invigorated by the Christ Impulse
    • With the Coming of Christ this Impulse was given.
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    • Let us now consider what the impulse was that was received by
    • blood, was not seized by an impulse to be found on the earth, the
    • be spiritualised through the impulse given by the Mystery of Golgotha
    • physical body to such a degree that the Christ Impulse streams into
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    • is spiritualised. And ever since the Christ Impulse awakened the eyes
    • corpse. But there issue from this corpse the impulses which permeate
    • the Impulse of Golgotha — no, illness is not suffering. Even if
    • Christ Impulse, into whose innermost being the Christ Power draws, can
    • cannot spiritually find the way through the Christ Impulse. If we
    • permeate ourselves with the Christ Impulse, permanent separation from
    • because the Christ Impulse received into our souls teaches us to love
    • all things in their due measure. The Christ Impulse shows us the way
    • Christ Impulse that men can yearn only for what is their due. They no
    • the influence of this great impulse into the rest of humanity. It was
    • that the most powerful impulse for the outer spread of Christianity
    • Impulse forward to posterity.
    • the glory of the Christ Power and Christ Impulse it bears within it,
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    • he would draw into his soul the spiritual powers and impulse in the
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    • living feelings and are easily urged to impulses of will. They are
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    • plans. But one of those very impulses which may easily bring us well
    • greatly. In ordinary consciousness there are certainly impulses of an
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    • of it or not. ‘While he lay thus with throbbing heart, an impulse
    • there is in human evolution an impulse to carry up to the threshold of
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    • needs his organs both for the lowest and the highest impulses. He also
    • impulse must come from the East in order to bring into, them a more
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    • highest principle. It is only through the impulse of the spirit that
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    • able to bring new impulses into Earth evolution; 6. Pitris (Fathers):
    • of his innermost impulses. The wise men of the earth are not yet
    • an earlier Earth evolution. The two next impulses, Kama and Manas, he
    • sequence. The first new impulse (Kama) was only to be found as a force
    • impulse (Manas) came from Mercury in the fifth sub-race of the
    • come over; they became the activating impulse towards Earth evolution.
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    • destruction; a new impulse broke in. In occultism this is called a
    • impulse must come into the world. When one epoch comes to an end
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    • for the entire content of the soul; for passions, emotions, impulses,
    • dark clouds, indicating lower impulses. This is the inherited Karma
    • astral impulses. The physical deeds on the physical plane have
    • the Astral Light, but the impulse which drove him to it has remained
    • impulses. One must hold fast to these and consciously transpose them
    • The greatest impulses of world history can however no longer be read
    • in the Astral Light, for the impulses of the great initiates were
    • read the results of the lives of the great initiates in the impulses
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    • physical world around him, then all impulses, passions, changes of
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    • body. Man enters into life filled with desires, impulses and passions.
    • In so far as he masters these impulses, desires and passions, he is
    • substance is radiated into the astral impulses. As long as thinking is
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    • The impulse given through the Rosicrucians to European history from
    • themselves appear under their own names. The impulse which, in the
    • right impulse to be given to these instruments of the occult
    • the impulse to every important discovery; only then did the events
    • with an Indian impulse was necessary because Europe itself had
    • Let us suppose that someone had given the design and the impulse for
    • The impetus towards birth is interconnected with a different impulse.
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    • there is only the form pulsed through with life. A mere form would
    • then no longer draw his impulses from the usual sources. The mood
    • in, and new impulses also strike in coming from mankind as a whole.
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    • realities which have arisen through the fructifying impulse of higher
    • Everything intuitive in man, the great impulses which he receives from
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    • the thought is connected with an intense impulse of passion, it has a
    • impulses into its own astral form, so that it usually creates its own
    • the Old Moon, before the coming of the Buddhi impulse; they therefore
    • do not possess this impulse. Hence with them Manas is egotistical. Had
    • came to him from outside, also received the impulse of Buddhi, had he
    • early, have missed this impulse of the Buddhi nature. On the one hand
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    • should provide once more an impulse leading to an understanding of all
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    • much denser astral body, with wilder instincts, impulses and passions.
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    • new impulse, which was brought about by the turning around of the
    • Hero, Who gave the second impulse, is the Christ, the Lion out of the
    • The third impulse will be represented by an Adept who was already an
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    • Intervention of the impulse of Luciferic Beings and the battle between
    • appearance together with the Mars impulse. Iron came into the blood at
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    • people who will introduce a new impulse into the world. This is
    • we have new impulses these are germinal, awkward, unskillful. On the
    • new impulse.
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    • still kept an impulse from the old Initiation Schools in the Moorish,
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    • why some particular instinct or impulse must appear in the animal as
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    • masses of the people, and of the impulses determining their
    • all the unbridled impulses and instincts of humanity surge out into
    • said: Under normal conditions the evil impulses of will which are sent
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    • unceasing acts of knowledge, and in acts by which the right impulses
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    • The Mars-existence reveals all those impulses which are not, indeed,
    • impulses which spring as it were from his whole character and
    • impulses described in my
    • as rooted in pure thinking, but of moral impulses in which there is
    • inclinations, of moral impulses and so on in accordance with the
    • he acquires, as I say, a wealth of unconscious impulses. Equipped with
    • these impulses, he will then be well able to observe the mysteries of
    • Moral Impulses
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    • from an inwardly associated impulse, we were able gradually to make
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    • the impulses, the essential driving forces of human evolution, have in
    • the beginning of post-Atlantean times and gave the impulse for human
    • exalted must have been the initiation principle that gave the impulse
    • impulse for their culture. Then, before our vision, arises the
    • important cultural impulses in the course of successive ages, had
    • or the beating of one's heart and pulse in the physical body.
    • course of evolution as impulse all that can be given through living
    • of external events. But that at certain points of the chain impulses
    • out-streaming from the initiates. We perceive how the impulses flowing
    • various religions that, through initiation as impulse of development,
    • the various streams and impulses flowing from initiation. No one in
    • impulses stand in regard to human evolution, particularly in
    • profoundly, and gave the various impulses out of that world into the
    • the distinction will also be understood between the impulses that have
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    • flow of impulses, cravings, sense impressions, ideas, intellectual
    • impulses, desires and passions, in his feelings, ideas, and the
    • concentration and permeating oneself with moral impulses, one can
    • impulses. Then we feel growing within us forces the activity of which
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    • things, as an impulse given by a being of the spiritual world —
    • lecture, that is, the impulses that are continually flowing into human
    • worlds so that they can give out these impulses. When you reach the
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    • impulse to get to know the order of nature, the laws of nature, that
    • send active impulses into physical life so that one thing may take
    • the impulses of spiritual life are introduced, which are from epoch to
    • this we find Lucifer again. It is he who is Light-bearer, impulse and
    • arouses impulses leading only to self-gratification in the human soul.
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    • that the impulses of initiates did not merely flow from earthly
    • wisdom, but that great initiates have come to their greatest impulses,
    • moral impulses, and so forth, and work with such mighty power because
    • in their own souls the sure impulse that can only come from
    • super-sensible worlds, will never be able to find this impulse.
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    • will-impulses cannot exist together in one object. Although we occupy
    • definite purpose — the definite impulse to become acquainted
    • acknowledge there in thy physical body pulses and weaves the etheric
    • life on the physical plane corresponds to the impulse of the Will. As
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    • have again received a new impulse towards the distant goal of the
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    • sends this impulse into our sub-consciousness and thus fighting
    • would so act upon us that we should have the impulse to cast behind
    • within us a direct impulse to spiritualise ourselves just as we are,
    • from us; the door of our consciousness is closed against this impulse
    • the act of perception this ever-springing impulse towards
    • should have the impulse to spiritualise ourselves with all the
    • at the same time a sort of impulse towards a future ‘making
    • (and many have the impulse to say this at the present time): ‘Why
    • which come from what we sensibly perceive, never give such an impulse
    • all. The only ideas which give us the impulse and power which we need
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    • become more and more conscious of the Spirit impulse. The
    • instincts of life, the more unconscious impulses of life change. His
    • instincts different; it gives us the impulse to do the right thing.
    • consequence of this is that we must receive the impulse once more, in
    • Christ! An active up-rousing of the impulse for truth is required in
    • spiritual world is that we should have the impulse, the power, to
    • fact, must become a living impulse in us. This impulse can only be
    • right impulses to pass through the portal of death, when we find the
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    • Since Golgotha it is the permeation with the Christ Impulse that
    • Impulse brings us to the midnight of the world: our desire towards
    • enjoy and suffer, we live in our passions and we develop impulses of
    • suffered more, we still could have developed more impulses of the
    • in our soul and spirit nature we have the impulse to return, because
    • feeling and permeated with the impulse of will — this
    • far does the impulse proceeding from the power of Christ extend, that
    • into the physical world. There is the Christ-impulse which is present
    • live. When the Christ-impulse has brought us as far as to the
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    • sufficient of this Christ Impulse. The surplus strengthens the
    • impulse of the Holy Ghost. Like the case of excess of fish-spawn we
    • impulse karmically to make compensation for various things. These
    • and the impulse which makes us long for it — yet makes us cry
    • from our earthly life. If the Christ-impulse had not entered the
    • die in Christ. For this the Christ-impulse is necessary. It preserves
    • Christ-impulse supplies us with more than barely sufficient force
    • the Spirit should not come to us, the Christ-impulse would be able to
    • with our memory, but the Christ-impulse would carry us over. This is
    • merely a bare amount of the Christ-impulse. Even at the present time,
    • the Christ-impulse should enter into his soul as a mightier impulse,
    • impulse of Christ, and we feel the force of the Spirit more strongly
    • than would be the case if the Christ-impulse were not there.
    • The surplus of the Christ-impulse
    • that remains with us, strengthens the impulse of the Spirit.
    • Christ-impulse it strengthens the impulse of the Holy Ghost, and
    • thereby such a spiritual impulse is introduced to our souls that,
    • gain in this way through the Christ-impulse strengthening the impulse
    • they are filled with the Christ-impulse and the impulse of the
    • Christ-impulse, so that more and more Spirit shall enter into
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    • intellectually, but so that the weaving pulse of life in all things
    • breathed upon by the impulse of Spiritual Science — if I may
    • soul from the impulse of Spiritual Science. The aim of our
    • this most important of all impulses, which alone gives earthly
    • impulse is now emerging — and not only because of the enhanced
    • awareness of some people concerning property or poverty. This impulse
    • of our age you may see how a social impulse, in the broadest
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    • a strong warmth of impulse, towards the needs of the time.
    • fellowship belongs in a sense to the Christ Impulse. That is the
    • essential thing — the Christ Impulse belongs not to single men
    • spiritual life on earth has its roots and impulse in the life before
    • earth-life — the life connected solely with impulses which take
    • the bearer of a super-earthly impulse — when, for example, the
    • orientated towards those impulses which run their course between
    • ... what is the ruling impulse in earthly spiritual life?
    • life becomes. And the impulse towards brotherhood arises when we
    • from this sphere arises an impulse which works on into super-earthly
    • birth; political life, bound up with the impulses which take their
    • can we find our way again to the Christ Impulse?
    • show that the way is not always found. Before the Christ Impulse
    • The impulse to take
    • the way to the Christ — even though it be oft-times an impulse
    • is, without finding its way to the Christ Impulse. And so we must not
    • impulse which is, in truth, the Christ Impulse. If I do not look on
    • connected with the deepest social impulses and tasks of our time.
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    • was indeed a pure impulse of the heart, the human heart. But the very
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    • sorrow, of happiness and suffering, of passions, impulses, desires,
    • pain; I have these impulses, desires, or passions.’ But surely we
    • inner world, behind the world of our passions, impulses and
    • impulses for his actions arise from inner feelings issuing
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    • impulses which have driven him to such actions during sleep. The
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    • desires, impulses, urges, passions, and so on — are transformed
    • about it to others. No such impulse is working in those who regard
    • Science draws its impulse and if it were not for these facts,
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    • unknown realm of his own inner being he must suppress all impulses of
    • impulses of his own and to carry out meticulously what the
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    • by his egoistic impulses. The Ego awakens with a strength that would
    • among the impulses and cravings in his soul and they make their way
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    • perfect. — Only with this impulse is it permissible for anyone to
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    • expression of impulses, appetites and passions; because man is endowed
    • impulses or appetites that degrade it. We may well be impressed by the
    • chastity of the plant in contrast to the impulses, desires and
    • impulses and so forth. He will achieve this mastery when his higher
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    • approach, a quickened pulse makes him conscious of the heart's assent.
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    • Ego, of his feelings and impulses of will, man could not unfold this
    • nature in a primeval epoch when it was not yet filled with impulses
    • impulses of feeling, we draw the impulses for our actions from
    • living waters, then we have understood and grasped the impulse that
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    • life with the ideas, feelings and impulses of the will which we
    • impulses of his own actions and to what science has been saying
    • impulses for the renewal of social life are found out of the
    • such a way that it does not arise out of our inner impulses
    • ourselves have to direct quite definite impulses and motives so
    • social impulses to man, which will be able to solve the
    • our total outlook, when we try to find the impulses for solving
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    • a result of the Luciferic impulses it became possible at a later
    • can further permeate the content of our meditation with impulses of
    • the impulse of our will united with that activity; we can feel our own
    • light shine and vibrate through the world. We must feel the impulse
    • our meditation is filled with impulses of the will, we are holding back a
    • influence through impulses of will.
    • addition to the impulses underlying the development of humanity, the
    • facts can lead to nothing else than the impulse to take the necessary
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    • was a mighty impulse which had never before been given in the same
    • different ideas and conceptions, impulses of feeling, impulses of
    • understand all that the Christ Impulse, all that the Mystery of
    • earth, the direct impulse of Michael ceased. At the time when the old
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    • stone, he experienced its inner impulse of movement in his own inner
    • But if we know that the body possesses an inner velocity-impulse,
    • within itself the impulse for its own velocity. This then is a
    • semblance, inherent in pure thinking, becomes the impulse of freedom
    • most powerful moral impulses — those individual moral impulses
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    • a pedagogical impulse applicable to the teaching of science. Today we
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    • itself in the last analysis to our will impulse. Strange as it may
    • impulses, as I have explained we do in geometry, this is because we
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    • send will impulses into the realm of thought.
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    • a new impulse to the development hitherto consummated by the human
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    • the moral impulses can also be taken up into this pseudo-thought, so
    • that they exercise no compulsion on man. The moral impulses are
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    • the impulse towards it is derived from the astral organism, which in
    • Man's soul cannot gain sufficient impulses out of that cosmic
    • non-human, spiritual impulses of the cosmos are active. I have called
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    • containing the impulse that enables the life of the plant to arise from
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    • a token, an impulse of will, to make reparation for what hinders its
    • the sum total of all the good will impulses, and secondly, what he has
    • etheric body, the good impulses of will.
    • his new archetype. Once it is created, this archetype has the impulse every
    • human being himself. It is not easy to describe this impulse so we will
    • to give expression to it. The impulse has led the thought to take on
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    • hand in the physical world, because it is preceded by an impulse of
    • the predispositions and impulses that enable the bond with those whom
    • Adjustment starts from Devachan. It is from there that the impulse is
    • archetype, the impulse comes to him to descend again to the physical plane.
    • it the definite impulse to do this? During the kamaloka period, when
    • it is continually receiving, in the experience it undergoes, impulses
    • temporarily ineradicable impulse that reparation must he made for this.
    • the impulse to rectify its faults. In the higher worlds there is even
    • gives it the impulse to descend again to the earth in order to make
    • incarnate. You know that procreation is connected with certain impulses
    • of feeling, impulses of love, sympathy born of love. The process of
    • human love. The strongest impulses are given to the etheric body through
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    • ball, for example, could have been repulsed by this psychic force. The
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    • of the Christ impulse.
    • has been kindled by the Christ impulse. In uniting himself with the
    • Christ impulse, man spiritualizes his life.
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    • man has developed the impulse of brotherliness in himself, the growth of
    • or impulse, desire and ideation, emerges in the next life, or one of
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    • Observe the pulse or the processes of digestion and admire the great
    • Visualize the regularity of the pulse and breath and contrast it with
    • festival of the birth of mankind's highest feelings and will impulses.
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    • Refreshed anew life's pulses beat and waken
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    • suggestions of physical impulses and passions, but also according to
    • Certainly when we act morally, spiritual impulses play a part in our
    • is an interplay of spiritual impulses, even so do spiritual impulses
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    • us as thoughts, feelings, and impulses of will. Thus in this category
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    • Probably to become free from what we call usually egoistic impulses is
    • being, if accepted as feeling, as inner impulse, is a powerful
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    • it has an inner impulse which drives it through space, just as man has
    • an inner impulse of will which causes him to take steps, to walk along
    • of Will were only to give the impulse of motion to the planet, every
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    • astral body, we have to allot to the Spirits of Wisdom. That impulse
    • isolated course in space but so moves that its impulses of motion are
    • allow the impulses of his will to remain unfulfilled. What lives as
    • Third Hierarchy had an impulse, an urge, not merely to be dependent
    • question, namely, that an impulse arose in a number of the Third
    • simply the result, the consequence of this impulse. What then was this
    • this impulse, did not do what they did for the sake of lying, but in
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    • and has an impulse to movement, we must ascribe to the Spirits of
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    • for which the impulse of knowledge can only come from within. For
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    • the impulse for their activity in the six or seven principal planets
    • impulse for the animal forms is continually sought to-day in some
    • growth of humanity that they stimulate the great impulses of
    • the great civilisation impulses in the evolution of the earth which
    • Spirit of Motion came originally that impulse of civilisation which
    • was expressed in Buddhism. Other impulses of civilisation coming from
    • Spirits of Motion the racial forms of humanity, these great impulses
    • their normal evolution. Many other impulses also come from this
    • point of view, the impulses of civilisation. Now, here you have in
    • that which gives the impulse to motion. Belonging to the plants we
    • direct impulse of activity for the group-egos of the plants in the
    • give a direct impulse from the sun, that it seems to come not only
    • from the sun to the earth. Now how are the impulses revealed, which
    • the sun. We have to seek the impulse of the normally-developed Spirits
    • occultists has already been accomplished. Did the Christ-Impulse arise
    • in the West? Has any western nation brought forth the Christ-Impulse
    • from its own people, its own races? No; the Christ-Impulse, as an
    • impulse given to the whole of humanity, has been accepted, though this
    • Christ-Impulse, in relation to its external presentation, was foreign
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    • desires, impulses and concepts which our physical earth-life brings to
    • plays in our egotistical impulses, which are the original cause of all
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    • impulse, the force that enabled you to flee from the land of Egypt
    • of an image there can be an impulse that cannot be made into an image;
    • A strong ego impulse that creates good health was to be given the
    • proper application of the ego impulse but that it is destroyed by its
    • power streams to man's ego impulse when he fosters life, making it
    • of the impulse behind the Commandments. It is not the “Do not steal”
    • sense to give the Jewish people these laws so that the ego impulse
    • Golgotha the ego impulse became something different from what it was
    • during the time of Moses. They told themselves that the ego impulse
    • understood Christianity, of the impulses that served as a preparation
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    • Then he can experience a sign of the new impulse in world evolution.
    • and Christ impulse, and can unite himself as an ego with this impulse.
    • able with his purified physical forces to receive the Christ impulse
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    • impossible had not the Christ impulse taken hold of a large part of
    • written them not with earthly means, but with impulses from the
    • human evolution in connection with the Christ-impulse, and then we
    • evolution there had once entered a strong impulse, which broke into
    • human evolution as an impulse from the spiritual worlds, from which
    • the beginning of our era, this impulse had taken hold of a man who was
    • holiest knowledge, with the spiritual impulses of humanity, they had
    • was something which was different from all other religious impulses,
    • during life, this was the force, the impulse, which for three years
    • human culture, I need an impulse from the spiritual worlds, in order
    • Christ-impulse. That man is not gripped by the Christ-impulse who says
    • world there can come impulses of force, of strength. Men can have this
    • Nazareth this impulse which came directly out of the spiritual worlds.
    • Christ-impulse was once implanted into humanity, and that since that
    • connection with the spiritual world. And this is because the impulse
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    • there lived in this personality that impulse, that force of the
    • recognize in Christ that which lived as an impulse for three years in
    • Christ-impulse is a once-appearing impulse for the earth and is not
    • physical incarnation, but as a once-appearing impulse lived only for
    • the impulse which could bring to men the feeling that in this physical
    • Thus one learns to love Karma, and then this is the impulse to know
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    • child as a moral impulse out of the previous life on earth. The most
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    • way the impulses that have brought you together here. Much of what I
    • light — the Middle European spiritual impulse — were, in
    • if, besides red and white blood corpuscles, thoughts, too, pulse
    • thought to pulse through the will and the heart.
    • Nature herself works according to artistic impulses? If it were so,
    • heart's blood will pulse through what they have in their heads;
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    • not aim at being a system of principles but an impulse to awaken. It
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    • impulse for the renewal of the moral life, but rather to show that
    • intellect can give a sound direction. Yet the whole impulse of the
    • one thought about ethics and moral impulses.
    • goes on, will only be able to find moral impulses in the very essence
    • of the soul; that even for the moral impulses of everyday life, they
    • impulses will become gradually less decisive than the moral
    • contrast of this life of soul, still full of spiritual impulses —
    • impulse.
    • was not so, because in his time he failed to find the impulse which
    • the state of the ethical impulses of the time. Paul Rée's
    • what in his opinion a child has, namely, a life of instinct, impulses
    • naturally with the living impulses of the soul. He gets nothing but a
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    • the moral impulses of that time were bound up with what was divine.
    • Moral impulses of that time can no longer be regarded as moral
    • impulses for today. When in the first third of the fifteenth century
    • been able to ferret out antiquated moral impulses. After some years,
    • would have become an impulse carried into practice. That was one
    • individuality moral impulses which have to be worked for and are no
    • longer given in the form of the old impulses. Intuitions must be
    • impulses for the future must be produced out of moral phantasy, moral
    • earlier times the outer man received moral impulses from outside. Now
    • we are thinking, just as when we learnt to speak an impulse arose in
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    • living in an age when many new impulses must come into the evolution
    • that the most diverse impulses were necessary to follow what I
    • epochs, we find a great range of inner impulses arising like
    • an interesting study of how these impulses to obey the old moral
    • evolution, so the impulses mentioned no longer contain an impelling
    • intuitions. And then it dawns upon us that the old moral impulses
    • civilized humanity, two moral impulses of supreme importance. If
    • of man the impulse of moral love, and outwardly, in the intercourse
    • between human beings, the moral impulse of confidence.
    • to do this or that were only a metamorphosis of the impulses
    • down from former times out of old moral impulses, there stands the
    • impulse for the future.
    • and the pain of the inevitable mistrust. Ethical impulses will
    • religious impulses. In quite another way, for we must strive to gain
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    • cosmos? It was because they felt an inner impulse which they were
    • many centuries before, arose the impulse to dispute about the reality
    • writes chapter after chapter, always restraining the impulse to allow
    • longer lived from their previous earth-life the impulse that thought
    • You will only understand if you develop in Freedom the inner impulse
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    • out of an impulse of the soul, but he really does it because of the
    • it becomes the innermost human impulse.
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    • artistic impulse gives to the human soul there lives and weaves what
    • capable of growth, that his concepts and will-impulses are really
    • and not by human impulses.
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    • one can adequately describe the impulse that has entered modern
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    • world we are able to implant life through our moral impulses. Thus
    • is the fundamental impulse of all educational doctrine. We must not
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    • Impulse.
    • You must realize that the Christ impulse can only be comprehended if
    • one sees in it the impulse of equilibrium between the Ahrimanic
    • people in regard to the true Christ impulse? One must divert their
    • wishes to point to the Christ impulse in its true meaning, it is
    • understanding of those impulses which radiate from the Michael being
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    • Divine and a pure concept of the Christ impulse in human and world
    • divine impulse reached the human being through an activity that is not
    • From this it will become clear to you that this divine impulse could
    • Luciferic element was incorporated in man through the Michael impulse.
    • pulses through the blood. We must learn to know the spirit that pulses
    • united itself with the earth through the Christ impulse and which must
    • the spiritual. Only the Christ impulse can help us with this, the
    • Christ impulse in the interpretation of the Michael impulse. Then to
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    • of men. Through this the impulse of intelligence arose in human
    • You can feel what this impulse of intelligence signifies in mankind if
    • Christ impulse. But the Christ impulse is something
    • different from the intelligence impulse. The intelligence impulse is
    • gain any relation to the Christ impulse other than a personal one.
    • from one another, make the Christ impulse their personal affair: the
    • Christ impulse, through its very nature, will become the same for
    • through the Christ impulse itself the relationship of every human
    • you see, is the difference between the intelligence impulse and the
    • Christ impulse. The Christ impulse may be the same for all mankind and
    • Now, what was the situation into which the Christ impulse entered? We
    • its knowledge upon this Luciferic element. To give this impulse
    • and shall know that our intelligence needs a new impulse if it is to
    • We say that through the Mystery of Golgotha the Christ impulse has
    • the faculty of perceiving the Christ impulse in our midst, everywhere,
    • Christ-Impulse in the true sense of the word. But we must go to meet
    • ourselves recognize as super-sensible, the Christ impulse.
    • deepest impulses of the social question. For the abstract League of
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    • the impulse of the Mystery of Golgotha from the orient, we must say:
    • forces which pulse through our existence and which otherwise remain
    • of our human nature? The Christ impulse, that which passed over
    • impulse is a requisite part of his nature.
    • by permeating ourselves more and more with the Christ impulse which
    • the fifteenth century A.D. they receive the new impulse which I have
    • characterized as an Ahrimanic impulse, and through which they will
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    • that is, to acquire a social impulse.
    • must receive spiritual impulses which counteract decadence. Therefore
    • fifteenth century. These beings possess chiefly the impulse of a force
    • Luciferic impulse continues to live. I have characterized human
    • intelligence as an actual Luciferic impulse. Thus we may say: if we
    • The sub-human beings whose main character consists of an impulse which
    • thorough grasp of the necessity of the Christ impulse. One must
    • recognize where the Christ impulse is lacking. Yesterday we showed
    • that in the middle stratum of consciousness the Christ impulse takes
    • the human soul of the Christ impulse in its present form.
    • unbridled instinctive impulses and does not strive for clarity in
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    • but for the comprehension of the significant impulses in mankind's
    • evolution of mankind it is imperative that certain impulses which try
    • who, after all, thoroughly knows the deeper historical impulses of the
    • overlook trifles, but that we should also consider the small impulses
  • Title: Lecture: Signs of the Times: Michaels Battle and Its Reflection On Earth -- I
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    • started at the beginning of the twentieth century to send its impulses
    • by impulses which cannot be grasped with the concepts of our waking
    • we are governed by impulses in historical life which, for ordinary
    • dreams away the life of feeling, so it dreams away the impulses of
    • are numerous unconscious and subconscious forces and impulses which
    • have very little knowledge of one another! In such cases the impulses
    • Life is permeated everywhere by subconscious or unconscious impulses.
    • These subconscious impulses bind us together here on earth, but they
    • early age, this mourning, has it its actual content and deeper impulse,
    • into the souls of those who mourn him, calling forth an impulse. It is
    • our will impulses. It speaks of the worlds within which we exist with
    • speaks is the real world in which our feelings and our will impulses
    • impulses. We should pay special attention to this in our time. For, my
    • dear friends, if we were to trace the will impulses of the human
    • impulses for their external life. As I have already said, people still
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    • a spiritual understanding of the most important impulses of our age
    • with our feelings and sleep with our will impulses. This is a matter
    • exist, together with us, in which their impulses are active, then we
    • of our age, for it belongs among the most significant impulses of the
    • purpose is to draw attention to the impulses that must enter human
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    • those who, simply through the impulses of the age, are forced
    • human being as the sexual impulse emphasized by Freud. This was
    • as many cases may be found to support the power-impulse theory
    • action of our present-day impulses, especially the feebleness
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    • forces down numerous impulses into the subconsciousness, which
    • impulses are effective.
    • cunning to be aroused. And that the love impulse so often plays
    • not always be designated as being the primary impulse, but
    • action of spiritual impulses by showing that a child while
    • from it all possible impulses, and bringing them down with him
    • corresponding impulse of their author. What was Schopenhauer's
    • formed in Nietzsche's soul the impulse to continue his
    • to show the mighty thought impulses, detached from all his
    • resisting impulses.
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    • visualizations and percepts, our impulses of will, our
    • ordinary consciousness. But since all our feelings and impulses
    • so we must substitute for the thoughts, feelings and impulses of
    • impulses, act in the manner described not only upon their
    • felt in the physical world the impulse to lie or were tolerant
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    • The real task of anthroposophy, is to give the right impulse. We must
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    • of the greatest Impulse, which has entered the evolution of humanity
    • impulse. Therefore the old Hebrew people are led into the Babylonian
    • impulse which so worked that in the last fourteen generations this
    • they had here received the Egyptian Impulse, returned to Canaan. That
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    • this Ego, the Christ-Impulse had to be the most intense impulse. If,
    • case with the Christ-Impulse. But a transition had to exist. Things
    • was kindled through the Christ-Impulse. Things could not take this
    • really should become through the reception of the Christ-Impulse
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    • Scepticism. He had taken all those impulses into his soul which
    • and thereby obtained the strongest impulses.
    • people trouble so little as to how certain impulses in
    • absolutely saturated by the Christ-Impulse. He does not seek a
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    • speaking of these things, but by grasping the concrete impulses
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    • leader who gave the impulse for this evolution of mankind, was one of
    • the fundamental discovery, the discovery that gave the impulse to all
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    • important impulses during the earlier root-races, went through their
    • to the earth as great impulses. The Manus of Lemuria and Atlantis, as
    • Impulses are given to them, but yet in such a way that it is out of
    • of affairs, initiates who followed no impulses derived from kama but
    • impulse did not yet pass through the thinking mind. But in the fifth
    • physical plane. The most significant impulse by those directly
    • Individuals receive impulses enabling them to bring mankind to the
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    • various impulses. Now all the bad beings who had been expelled with
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    • from the lower impulses, which are here symbolized by the snake. The
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    • again with. an altogether new impulse, as from the fountain of life,
    • humanity through the Christ Impulse. When one speaks of Western
    • the fountain-head of the Christ Impulse. All the great treasures of
    • Impulse. Therefore much of what we have to say about the spiritual
    • the times after Christ, really understood the Christ Impulse; for all
    • Impulse that is like a cure for the pain of life.’ The Buddha
    • through the healing power of the Christ Impulse, and there is no more
    • of this, the Christ Impulse is such a powerful and important saving
    • beyond and above it through that great Impulse. Why could the Christ
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    • can be carried out, and these impulses become realities. The Spirits
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    • the impulse to rotation was given. Then, that which had received the
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    • received. Formerly Saturn used its own impulse for its movements;
    • And that self-movement, after it had received the first impulse, is
    • found by this means the impulse for movement within itself.
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    • whether the great thoughts, the great impulses, which great men have
    • direct certainty, with immediate impulse they put into action, all
    • Godhead, the reception of the immediate impulse to put into action
    • Godhead, they feel the immediate impulse to follow the revelations of
    • impulse is not so strong, but it still is a direct one. It would be
    • impulses given them by the Godhead. The Dominions of the second
    • that deed, which gave the impulse to Paul, this was the cause of it
    • that which gives me the impulse for my actions — I do not
    • forced to follow His Impulse, one follows it only when one
    • impossible. A Being who blindly follows an impulse, just follows it;
    • impulse of the Godhead, having the sight of God. The Spirits of
    • maturing towards accomplishment from out his own Impulses. Even if
    • act in the direction of the impulses they receive from the gods; then
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    • knowledge of the Christ impulse and all that the course of the
    • centuries has gradually evolved from this Christ impulse in the form
    • strong impulses of thought, feeling and will must work in the soul
    • subjective experiences, impulses proceeding from the strong,
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    • lower impulses develop in him, as he experiences wilder or calmer
    • character of the will impulses. Images and shapes arise in the astral
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    • evolution has also been enriched, and impulses have since been poured
    • importance of the Christ impulse in human evolution has already been
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    • arise impulses which shall permeate the spiritual evolution of
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    • intervening Christ impulse. This is not a simple repetition of the
    • co-existence and also the flowing of souls, the impulses from one to
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    • is the impulse, which causes us to say: ‘Christ is the
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    • causes the astral body to extend its impulses beyond the organism. In
    • It is none other than the nature of will. The impulse of will that
    • process of smelling is one of resistance, an impulse to force back
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    • impulses proceed largely from without; while above, it is principally
    • of anthroposophy. It receives fruitful impulses from above, from
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    • hate the question is. Whence? We will always find one impulse in soul
    • experiences themselves that gives rise to love and hate, an impulse
    • the impulse arise that entails motion. According to spiritual
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    • obey not only his inner life of impulses, but the impulses entering
    • morality and beauty. We must break, as it were, with impulses and
    • but was born of the noblest impulses of our soul.
    • We have, then, brought forth out of the noblest impulses
    • impulses of will only as far as these remain within the soul, and
    • of our emotions by way of an inner impulse to the hand movement, to
    • will impulse when we set our body in motion, and as a continuation of
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    • way of exalted human passions and impulses, might well resent the
    • impulses that appear to him symbolically either as huge, frightful
    • its true form, discloses as its prime impulse, its predominant force,
    • virtue of its inherent impulses, divinity passed through many
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    • penetrated into the dark world of desires, impulses and passions.
    • the great moment when they had received the impulse which was
    • the pulse, of the process of digestion and you will feel the mighty
    • of your pulse, your breathing, and then of the irregularity, the
    • thinking upon which human passions, impulses and instincts no longer
    • confusion, for the life of instincts and impulses is itself a seething
    • chaos. When, however, impulses, instincts and passions have been
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    • Life's pulses newly-quickened now awaken,
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    • and potent impulses in the evolution of mankind. Present-day
    • impulses went out from the Mysteries. And — let the modern intellect
    • judge of this as it will — these impulses were connected with the
    • inferior being. For the impulse went out from that Mystery-centre at
    • concerned saw this in the spirit. Later, when the Mystery-impulse in
    • own inner experiences. From the warm countries came the impulse which
    • Golgotha, is an accomplished Fact. The impulse entered, to begin with,
    • Christmas impulses protect luckless European humanity from such a
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    • belongs. It is of the impulses of will which then take effect in the
    • knowledge of the world around him, while he is unfolding the impulses
    • heavens are common to all; the earth is common to all. The impulse of
  • Title: Lecture: The Revelation of the Cosmic Christ
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    • solstice was closely connected with the Christian impulse and it was
    • received a new impulse. This Mystery of the descent of a heavenly
    • But the Christian impulse is mighty and powerful. And it was the power
    • the Father. Certain impulses underlying the process of evolution
    • and God the Son. And to this day these impulses have remained in
    • count upon the egotistical impulses in human beings when they want to
    • impulses. Human beings are not so egotistical in their desire for
    • The other pole of life — namely, death — demands a different impulse
    • impulse of renewal, for inasmuch as Christianity no longer understands
    • the immediate future. A new Christ Impulse must be born and a new
    • but bringing a new birth, the birth of a new Christ Impulse. Out of
    • impulse consciously. Again we must learn to understand that when the
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of Christ Within Us
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    • of Christmas must quicken the impulse whereby in the Holy Night of
    • with a new impulse, be fraught with the meaning and purpose imparted
    • it is again beginning to be possible for those in whom the impulses of
    • And so spiritual science enables us to understand the Christ Impulse
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    • impulse, an incitement to act in a certain way in a given case. We
    • impulses. When he lost the last remains of his astral clairvoyance,
    • given an impulse for progress. In a certain sense what man was to grow
    • In other words: the impulse for logical thinking had to be given
    • before the Buddha gave the impulse for Conscience. Conscience was to
    • what proceeded from the impulses of a special kind of music, which was
    • Christ once worked in the same way. Christ gives an impulse of the
    • further develop what He brought as the greatest impulse in the
    • earth evolution an impulse for which the Bodhisattvas had to prepare
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    • humanity on earth was reached when the Christ-Impulse was given at the
    • own impulses. He would otherwise have remained entirely dependent upon
    • evil, nor act from his own impulses. He could only have acted from
    • Mystery of Golgotha. The Christ-Impulse would have been given to man
    • Christ-Impulse as had elapsed between the intervention of the
    • Christ-Impulse. Thus, through man's having acquired a likeness to the
    • Christ-Impulse. For before that could come man had to go through the
    • earth through the luciferic impulse. He had to wait, not only till
    • these, for then only could the Christ-Impulse descend to the earth. In
    • impulse would have come in the middle of the Atlantean period, but as
    • Thus through the Christ-Impulse the consciousness came to man that in
    • the Christ-Impulse, it was made possible for man to say: ‘I must
    • the impulse enabling man to distinguish between good and evil was not
    • Christ-Impulse, have distinguished in his inner being between good and
    • ego-being into the kingdoms of heaven, they received the impulse
    • in accordance with their impulses, he would not to-day, when he
    • Everything lacking in man will be made good by the Christ-Impulse; but
    • Christ-Impulse, to overcome selfishness and to heal his etheric body
    • the luciferic impulse, so will he be led up out of them by the
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    • other words it ought to have been able to take up the Christ-Impulse.
    • however, an impulse had to be given to mankind which should to some
    • Through Christ, the impulse was to penetrate to the depths of man's
    • inner being, out of the body of Christ there spoke such an impulse as
    • different by this impulse?
    • Before this impulse came, all that brought happiness to men, that gave
    • instinctively in their course. All their impulses, actions, emotions
    • passions, desires and impulses of this astral body — would of
    • that through the taming and purifying of his impulses and passions man
    • righteousness. ‘Blessed are they who, through the Christ-Impulse,
    • Christ-Impulse. And those who take up the Christ-Impulse will become
    • Christ-Impulse brings, enters into the whole evolution of humanity
    • Christ-Impulse should stand firm on the basis thereof, quite permeated
    • to the Christ-Impulse itself, for He says to the Apostles:
    • materialistic influence it was easy to believe that the Christ-Impulse
    • receiving the new Christ-Impulse. For it is on earth that we must
    • acquire the capacity of grasping all the Christ-Impulses, no matter
    • an understanding of the Christ-Impulse! For all the souls now living,
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    • every new appearance of this comet a new impulse was born, to drive
    • new impulse towards materialism was again given by the appearance of
    • impulse must follow it that we may rise from the depths of materialism
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    • various ways to point out that what we know as the Christ-Impulse is
    • further the Christ-Impulse from all sides, and moreover, when all is
    • intervention of the Christ-Impulse in the development of mankind. In
    • as the Christ Impulse. We might say that conscience followed close on
    • the Christ Impulse; it entered the historical development of the world
    • almost like the shadow of that Impulse. In order to understand this,
    • course of its development was approaching the Christ Impulse and in
    • which it absorbed this Impulse, and then gradually passed into our
    • might be able to reach and absorb the significant impulse we know as
    • the Christ Impulse. And in our own age we see the epoch in which this
    • Impulse will be further developed, and this will be continued
    • Christ-Impulse be exercised upon him.
    • that was to prepare them to receive the Christ-Impulse, others living
    • Christ-Impulse could find so unhindered an entrance into Europe and
    • impulse of Love to the earth. Love is that which, in its most psychic
    • urging impulse; but it is not an impulse. Those philosophers who so
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    • great impulses through which Spiritual life has flowed down from the
    • the Flood, came that impulse that we may describe as the inflow of
    • Finally, we have the greatest Impulse of all in that mighty inflow of
    • on Earth of Christ-Jesus. This is by far the mightiest Impulse ever
    • We have also repeatedly stated that new impulses must ever come; new
    • development must, through the new Spiritual impulses flowing into our
    • impulse. Once again new stimuli, new revelations, had to flow from the
    • new life-impulses? We have that which was given us in Christianity,
    • Christ-Impulse, that greatest Impulse in the development of mankind. I
    • reproducing what may live in every human soul as an impulse towards
    • coming age feel a strong impulse to shut out from their hearts
    • prominent representatives is such that they have an impulse in their
    • necessary as a new impulse of Spiritual life? It is necessary that the
    • it could bring forth a new impulse for the renewal of its mode of
    • If we do not do this, if we do not use the impulse given by H. P.
    • were to carry out its great original impulse, unweakened, and with a
    • must very earnestly do: we must continue to develop the impulse. In
    • Herein lies a great impulse for the life of the countries of the West,
    • a new impulse, which as yet is far from having been carried into all
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    • These impulses became even weaker as human evolution approached the
    • receive from without the impulse by means of which he could gain
    • rebirth. Understanding the Mystery of Golgotha is the impulse for
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    • During sleep we have no mental pictures, ideas, desires, impulses,
    • impulse transcending that of the single religions and embracing
    • science has to say about the Christ impulse in relation to the
    • what we have to say about the nature of the Christ impulse and its
    • things that can lead to the true understanding of the Christ impulse
    • in Christ is founded the realization that the Christ impulse is not
    • Christ impulse, this impulse itself will eventually enable all men on
    • bridge that leads from soul to soul. This is what the Christ impulse
    • will achieve over the whole earth. The Christ impulse itself must
    • Christ impulse, a power has penetrated into our souls that enables
    • way by receiving the Christ impulse into ourselves with deep
    • etheric body strong. If we do not receive the Christ impulse, our
    • principle. It is through the Christ impulse that we are able to
    • The Christ impulse leads us to the divine powers of the Father.
    • shall be filled with the great impulse. When the spirit-knowledge we
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    • certain impulse that was to give mankind the possibility of an inner
    • people's ears, but they act in such a way that the impulse
    • The impulse given by the Mystery of Golgotha is destined through
    • impulse can pour out for the whole of life, for the whole of mankind,
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    • substance has accepted an impulse that did not grow out of its own
    • transformed into moral impulses of the soul. Here the human being
    • religious impulses cannot attract the right forces in the Venus
    • obtain through occultism may become impulses in our life of soul and
    • thing connected with the Christ impulse is fulfilled between death
    • acquire a relationship to the Christ impulse, on the other, to the
    • Powers that stand in opposition to Him — the impulses of
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    • so easily. We carry it with us as an impulse but it remains inscribed
    • a lasting nature, an impulse is formed in the soul by means of which
    • impulse to act differently in our next incarnation on earth. We
    • thereby create the impulse and the will for karmic compensation. That
    • unconscious impulses also play a part. In our normal waking state on
    • impulse as it should, there will not be separation but immediate
    • Christ impulse can bring man to a right connection with his fellow
    • Sun sphere where a thorough understanding of the Christ impulse is
    • beings through the Christ impulse and learn to understand Him in the
    • fast in memory what we have brought with us of the Christ impulse. We
    • understanding of the Christ impulse, of what we have heard about
    • as moral impulses. Looking up to the starry heavens we may say that
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    • the secret soul impulses and longings that he has suppressed during
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    • light-filled impulses of the higher hierarchies, and that then
    • Christ impulse and permeates himself with it, he can nevertheless
    • in the seventeenth century. Another impulse became necessary and the
    • The human souls who have received the Christ impulse into themselves
    • up our next earthly life. He who has received the Christ impulse on
    • received an impulse from Buddha. At present the ability to receive
    • receiving the Buddha impulse from the Mars sphere. But in the
    • impulse into himself, who wished to know nothing of it, will not have
    • impulses from them. That is why it is a complete fallacy to maintain
    • life-giving impulse. More than anything we may learn theoretically,
    • is to refresh one but as an impulse which will become of ever
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    • feeling relationship to the Christ impulse even though the earth has
    • impulse if it is to go through life between death and rebirth in the
    • connection with the Christ impulse are in danger because the leaders
    • darkness, so there also cannot be a mighty, light-filled impulse that
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    • certain time. Impulses and desires quite different from those
    • then the Buddha impulse is to be found on Mars, as the Christ impulse
    • impulses were already in Raphael when he was born. This must not be
    • concepts or ideas. I have said impulses, not concepts.
    • impulses or forces. The power that enabled Raphael to create those
    • the impulses that appeared in the Raphael existence as inborn
    • Christian impulses had penetrated into his soul.
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    • souls were deeply moved by the Christ impulse, at last a part of
    • is given the impulse to receive spiritual thoughts. From this aspect
    • impulse, the other is increasingly repelled by it. In such a case
    • Mystery of Golgotha. The Christ impulse affords the possibility of
    • a human being in the face of the earth the Christ impulse can be
    • period. If, however, we are able to take the Christ impulse with us,
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    • will impulse, can never lead to what we know on earth as death. At
    • Who has given the mightiest impulse to earth evolution, the Christ
    • impulse to grasp all religious creeds and tendencies.
    • Christ impulse cannot be sucked up into a racial or folk religion.
    • apply the impulse of Christianity. That is why in our spiritual
    • understanding for His impulse, there He is in the midst of them.
    • Therefore we must experience the Christ impulse here on earth and
    • in the Sun sphere without the Christ impulse we are faced with an
    • impulse stands as a fulcrum at the center of earth evolution, the
    • understanding of the Christ impulse only if one is able to grasp that
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    • and impulses of thought. Otherwise all sorts of grotesque things can
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    • claim universal validity must be strongly repulsed. The world does
    • impulses from the most varied sides in order to gain an understanding
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    • and impulses of thought. Otherwise all sorts of grotesque things can
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    • claim universal validity must be strongly repulsed. The world does
    • impulses from the most varied sides in order to gain an understanding
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    • victory of his highest forces and impulses, victory of the noblest
    • impulses of his nature be brought so sublimely before the eyes as by
    • was only meant to point to a basic impulse of the human soul which
    • transform his thoughts into will-impulses. He is weak as a man of
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    • positive, objective impulses — and the fact that the human
    • which would then be able to act out of its own impulses. With the
    • the personality towards impulses to action. This the Bible calls
    • it sets up the greatest concentration of impulses, desires, for the
    • Europe does not follow simply his impulses and desires; he has
    • Schiller or Francis of Assisi, and it may be said that the impulses
    • desires, impulses and passions, then — if we are able to
    • impulses — in short he has no more energy to work upon
    • hardens, the pulse becomes slow. The astral body finally feeds upon
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    • comet is the outward expression of a new impulse of materialism every
    • spiritual impulse towards materialism is coincident with the
    • and this impulse can make itself
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    • There was only an impulse urging him to acquire such an ear. In this
    • you perceive pain and you thereby repulse something, it is the pain
    • that a man cannot act under the impulse of this sleep consciousness.
    • our present life; and what we do from the impulses of this deeper
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    • If there were nothing else in life but the egotistical impulses and
    • as karmic fulfilment — as an impulse to fall no more into those
    • an aversion for humility and modesty in man and is repulsed if we have
    • impulses, greeds and passions, but which on the other hand will be an
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    • expressions of feelings, impulses and passions, which in a certain way
    • we developed such egotistical impulses, greed, and other instincts
    • the truths of Spiritual Science, be able to bring impulses to bear
    • corresponding impulses and passions. One may be most learned, may have
    • attained within to a transformation of the impulses, feelings and
    • because such impulses have been absorbed in youth. Naturally the two
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    • and that she inclines more towards those impulses which must be termed
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    • its deeds, experiences and impulses. Then on the way between death and
    • to love. All arises from the impulse of love, from simpler processes
    • driven by a dim impulse, seeks for remedies from the animal kingdom.
    • hand, among the dead many who have the impulse to work into the
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    • — the impulse to extend its frontiers by means of physical force.
    • eradicate the shadow-side of this culture — the impulse to press
    • capable of receiving the Christ Impulse and of transplanting it into
    • countless individuals, of wishes and enthusiasms fostering the impulse
    • cultural impulse, so that through countless centuries of human
    • cultural impulses, each one lived its enthusiasms; but lived too in a
    • Lucifer impulse. Lucifer carries on his existence during the course of
    • hosts work in that which gave to human evolution the impulse of the
    • stream, but from the luciferic impulse — then Lucifer would want
    • well as the ahrimanic impulse were not at work, man would, it is true,
    • impulse. The same applies of course to ahrimanic influences.
    • until now karma was to man an obscure impulse, an obscure desire,
    • Wisdom will become the practical force, the vital impulse which
    • out of the deepest impulse of their hearts; the remainder will not be
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    • things which someone else through unconscious ahrimanic impulses may
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    • all the impulses that come from him.” This might seem to be the
    • impulses of Ahriman within himself; for this reason they pulsate in
    • who are thus in the clutches of Ahriman feel the impulse to wrench
    • appreciate his lawful impulses, for when he lets them enter our
    • impulse out of our souls.” But nothing will be accomplished
    • succeeds in driving ahrimanic impulses out of his soul falls prey to
    • impulses. The history of asceticism could very well be written by
    • nature; Lucifer penetrates with his impulses into the inner nature of
    • existence within the sense world. There are indeed impulses which
    • life of the emotions, passions, impulses and desires. Lucifer is lord
    • and an impulse upwards into the spiritual world, to comprehend the
    • the sake of the one who loves, is exposed to Lucifer's impulses.
    • on Lucifer. Mankind must understand how to keep the impulses that
    • artistic impulses, there arises in humanity from his activity great
    • cosmic order. It is from the shadow side of the luciferic impulse
    • repression of the egoistic impulse towards the spiritual world is
    • impulses, passions and desires, and these impulses become perverse.
    • The perversity of the sensual impulses and their repellent
    • impulses could — if they were used in the spiritual world —
    • cannot receive the impulses of the spiritual world with inner calm,
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    • everything in the world to himself without having this impulse coming
    • are piling up around themselves, the ahrimanic impulses have entered
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    • script give the ahrimanic impulse special points of attack; it is not
    • most particularly open to the ahrimanic impulse. In these arts we are
    • impulses have their absolutely legitimate domain in architecture and
    • arts where luciferic impulses are at work. Just as thought takes
    • impulse. In architecture and building we have to consider folk
    • architecture it is generally the case that the ahrimanic impulse is
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    • that the beings called Lucifer and Ahriman send their impulses into
    • subconscious soul impressions and impulses even to a person who is
    • that his subconscious may be seized by these impulses to make
    • falls occultly in love with Theodora. Certain physical impulses
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    • Every impulse and tendency of human evolution changes
    • the soul has the impulse to see itself as it really is, clinging to
    • culture. On the threshold, the luciferic impulses assert themselves
    • we find that the soul has a quite definite impulse. In the physical
    • impulse.
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    • of a forerunner of the Christ-Impulse.
    • in evolution. But a further impulse was needed, and again a
    • impulse is at hand (he means the Christ-Impulse). Therefore I say
    • spiritual element appears with the Christ-Impulse.” Through
    • Christ-Impulse.
    • was able to demonstrate the impulses that lie in Christianity. He is
    • something that is an impulse to feeling. These are the things which
    • longings, the aspirations, the impulses of his soul continue to
    • desire to understand, and must understand, Christianity as an Impulse
    • through which we know how the Christ-Impulse will continue to work.
    • given a new direction and supplied with new impulses; how Raphael can
    • influence on his life, came the impulses which he had not known
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    • the clairvoyant the same things, the same spiritual impulses live;
    • from within certain inner impulses which have to be stimulated from
    • impulses, which are the fertilising seed for the animal group-souls,
    • life, the Christ-Impulse is developing above. Just as man develops
    • Christ-Impulse give what is necessary for the development of that
    • Christ-Impulse enters and fertilises it. And from the Mystery of
    • fructification received with the Christ-Impulse.
    • life. They are there in the earth evolution. The Christ-Impulse has
    • Christ-Impulse. In the seventh age the old Indian civilisation, that
    • reappear in a new form, fructified by the Christ-Impulse.
    • Fertilisation with the Christ-Impulse is active above and below.
    • the Mystery of Golgotha — the Christ-Impulse.
    • polarity: an impulse must be given which through meditation is
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    • time of the Renaissance as impulses of the spiritual world that have
    • element, which, being so cold, always requires and emotional impulse
    • the use of emotional impulses, but through knowledge. We are not here
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    • not only gave the first impulse for perceptions free of any visions
    • more or less instinctive, is nevertheless the first impulse to a free
    • “Without feeling the impulse of the will, I also don't know what
    • me. Without feeling the impulse of the will, I also don't know what I
    • impulses and ideas began to arise — those national ideas and
    • impulses that later work themselves out in the way I have indicated in
    • Owing to the national impulse, a gradual change came about in the
    • different impulses at work in the different representations. Study,
    • gradually take form among the various impulses that make themselves
    • common impulse. All of them bear witness to the myth forming power
    • Strauss that is also an idealistic presentation of the Christ impulse;
    • a spiritual presentation of the Christ impulse by Soloviev.
    • various impulses that we have recognized as working in mankind.
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    • impulses of humanity living and working beneath the soil.
    • impresses itself into men's impulses. People know nothing of it,
    • their impulses. Now it is only through placing pictures side by side
    • actually lives in the urges and impulses below the threshold. They
    • independence and every inner impulse of the soul. In the mysteries of
    • West that were to be made upon the world of human impulses.
    • impulse that lived in these mysteries survived only in the etheric
    • impulses but they remain in the unconscious. The impulses out of which
    • impulse or instinct that so far has produced only what is good —
    • Renan's book is written out of a fundamental impulse that tries to
    • indefinitely, where would this natural impulse eventually lead us? It
    • Here, the natural impulse of primal phenomenon perception is carried
    • inner life in any way. The one-sided perfecting of this impulse aims
    • impulse has gone because it is already assumed today that people are
    • is one of the forces that does great service to his natural impulse.
    • future. Thus, out of this first impulse, the picture of each human
    • Now let us look at the other impulse. It would be such that through it
    • what can be directly felt in the soul. If one makes this impulse a
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    • through its own force and engendering moral impulses. So, as
    • entering possesses the force to create the impulse of the good. One
    • nevertheless throw light on many impulses that are being enacted in
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    • Atlantean Impulses in the Mexican Mysteries.
    • The Problem of Natural Urges and Impulses, The Problem of Death.
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    • life was to be revived in order that the impulses connected with that
    • You will remember that in Atlantean times the impulses within the
    • resuscitate Atlantean impulses by reckoning, not with the normal
    • powers of the fifth post-Atlantean epoch, but with the impulses that
    • possibility of achieving this end was to transfer the impulses that
    • full knowledge of the nature of the Atlantean impulses and was able to
    • and so forth, had failed, but now, essentially through the impulse
    • did not go very far, the impulses remained in Europe in the state of
    • post-Atlantean epoch. So, in the cultural impulses that came over from
    • in America. Within America impulses were to arise that could then
    • percolate from the West. Just as those other impulses could work from
    • impulses and workings had been victorious, these mysteries would have
    • but only in an etheric form. His arts, which were essentially impulses
    • impulses might be developed in secret in an ahrimanic form.
    • By these means the ahrimanic impulse was inculcated into the etheric
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    • Ancient Cultural Impulses Spiritualized in Goethe.
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    • impulses, too, of man's social life, something is present that can
    • concentrated and clearest manner what the impulses of our time ought
    • what he regarded as the right impulses of culture, knowledge, feeling and
    • symbolic, and such great impulses underlying Goethe's Faust as
    • the depths of old cultural impulses. Today I should like to speak a
    • little about such cultural impulses in connection with yesterday's
    • We must go back to that age in which the impulses for the fifth
    • earliest impulses were given. We learned about these first impulses of
    • In order to describe the configuration of the cultural impulses that
    • age in which the impulse of the Crusades arose out of the European
    • will: in fact, out of the Christian impulses of the European will. At
    • That is to say, into the progressive, good, truly Christian impulses
    • wise guidance of the world may be duly influenced by other impulses
    • working from the past and interpenetrating the impulses of the present
    • impulse was given, which in its broader activity — on the wider
    • the Mexican initiates. As if out of deep subconscious impulses, he
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    • joy or sorrow; they derive their inner experiences from the impulses
    • many ideas, perceptions, feelings and will impulses; spiritual science
    • will of the practicality of this picture; ingenuity and impulses of
    • realization in the world, although other forces and other impulses
    • must note what has proceeded by way of spiritual impulse from the
    • the impulses proceeding from England. Certain people appear within
    • English civilization who are inspired by this cultural impulse;
    • persons also appear in France in whom these cultural impulses live.
    • impulses live on in the immensely influential Montesquieu. If we then
    • realize how profound was the influence of the cultural impulses coming
    • impulses, is dependent on the fact that a certain religious body was
    • by the impulses that have arisen through the persecution and death of
    • through the principles and impulses living in the Templar Order. Let
    • the gate of death, impulses streamed from them that would then work
    • further in the super-sensible impulses from the fifteenth century on
    • path away from the ambiguity of impulses and instincts, and of forming
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    • fruitful impulse is to be brought into life, into life with its modern
    • impulses which existed in ancient Greece in a somewhat different form,
    • and which have only been changed since then. But these impulses did
    • these impulses belonged to the Wisdom of the Mysteries. If we leave
    • living practical impulse of which I have just spoken. In the course of
    • messengers of the Gods. That which once was wisdom with an impulse for
    • him came everything which had a real living impulse in political and
    • stirring within him something of this impulse to free the Cultural
    • that little book there lives the impulse to strip off the political
    • perfect clarity now; and the impulse towards this clear recognition
    • Science which can bring this longing, this impulse, to real clarity.
    • amid all the confusion of very indefinite impulses, to reach ideals
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    • civilization with that impulse which can give it a new uplift.
    • Christ-impulse, but who really work in an anti-Christian direction.
    • must approach the Christ-impulse through Michael. In many respects
    • the most powerful impulse in every single nation.
    • Luciferic impulses which lift us up, and the Ahrimanic which drag us
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    • another moral impulse must surge through mankind if the Science of
    • the artistic impulse of mankind, as we ourselves still look upon it.
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    • mighty impulse of the times, seizing men's minds at the end of last
    • into the kingdom of idealism. But the impulse which in all its
    • grandeur inspired them should not be misunderstood. It is the impulse
    • lasting development of the human impulse. Indeed, at that time it
    • something of the spiritual impulses in human evolution, so that they
    • that the ‘new impulse’ (a pet phrase of the Anthroposophists
    • children of employees and managers, a school founded on the impulses
    • But it is indeed necessary to receive into our souls New Year impulses
    • actually going on, impulses that make us accept sternly the stern
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    • Then we come to the third category of our soul-life, the impulses of
    • will. Our impulses of will come from still deeper down and are still
    • for example, when an impulse of will arises making us take some
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    • of today but every man may receive a stimulating impulse,
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    • received the impulse to deal adequately with the spirit that grasped
    • make it into an instinctive social impulse of the present, then this
    • Michael Festival — because the impulses spring directly from the
    • spiritual world — could be regarded as the crowning impulse
    • — even the initial impulse we need to find our way out of the
    • cosmos, we would be able to carry impulses into our lives which, not
    • can develop cosmic impulses in our Gemüt.
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    • our life of action all need to be permeated with the Michael impulse.
    • conviction: I have received a spiritual impulse, I give myself up to
    • is ever a decisive factor in judging the truth of a spiritual impulse
    • confidence in a spiritual impulse, grasped at a certain point of time,
    • prove that the conditions for realizing the impulse are not given me
    • in this incarnation; but that this impulse is right I can know from
    • power to realize this impulse, nothing but its own nature can convince
    • me of the efficacy or impotence of any spiritual impulse.
    • may leave in abeyance some spiritual impulse or other, even for a
    • that much. But to experience the pulse-beat of outer existence as we
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    • a determining idea, really a determining impulse in mankind; and in
    • impulse may and really must be brought about. But now, before
    • The core of the matter is this: all impulses such as the Michael
    • impulse depend upon man's attaining to super-sensible enlightenment
    • there flow the impulses deciphered from the great cosmic script he had
    • and employed the resulting impulses in the ordinary affairs of daily
    • contrast is able to see clearly into the nature of the new impulses
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    • intensity of his inner impulses as well.
    • sufficient number of men being able to make such spiritual impulses
    • become attuned to such social impulses only by an inner deepening of
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    • impulses pass over into his bodily substance, I called in yesterday's
    • him right into the tendencies of his own temperament those impulses,
    • you know, our modern natural science considers these two impulses of
    • that which lies in the impulses, instincts, and so on, and which
    • carries in himself many of these inherited impulses he has a bodily
    • many of these inherited impulses. This is called today “being
    • develops an activity of its own side by side with the impulses of the
    • impulse. Just consider the men of the north. They are known by their
    • impulses the Luciferic beings put him into confusion as regards his
    • the evil impulses which they carry through the gate of death. They
    • descent to the earth man is exposed to the influences of the impulses
    • exposed to those impulses which lie in his physical environment, in
    • climate and such like, also to the impulses which lie in his psychic,
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    • the earth there come to him the first impulses which accompany such a
    • had in a mine. Once, however, these impulses have come to him he only
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    • within these burning consuming flames. And it is an important impulse
    • Gospel. Urged by this painfully sacred impulse, let us look back from
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    • it has given impulses to this modern spiritual movement, and yet has
    • Mystery Centres and their keynote-giving impulses, once to be found
    • the human head, which knows what are the impulses of the macrocosm
    • and forms itself inwardly and outwardly according to these impulses
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    • learned to know the impulses of destruction in the Cosmos, and my
    • to the impulses from the vast Future of the Cosmos. But now he did
    • pupil learned to bring this whole intensity of inner impulse into
    • union with the whole intensity of outer impulse. Out of the relation
    • impulses and etheric forces in order to surround himself with an
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    • effects, the impulses of the great Hibernian Mysteries streamed into
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    • I have just related is the truth and bears within it an impulse
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    • man the impulse to carry over to Asia what was then this natural
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    • consciousness of the deeper spirits there came an impulse received
    • Then after a majestic impulse was awakened in the pupils
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    • impulses were sent out into the world.
    • its impulse out into the world. Whoever really understands the
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    • opposite effect. Gold is an impulse for the animation of human
    • impulses to the earth from the moon. They withdrew at a definite time
    • as inner impulses of history if he does not know of this conflict
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    • the penetration of the impulse of the breath into the brain. In
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    • rhythmic human being — for there are some seventy pulse
    • metabolic system pulses upward and makes the voice deeper.
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    • being: in forming mental images, in feeling, and in will impulses.
    • our will impulses, which otherwise would unfold in a dull sleep-life
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    • known, for example, that what pulses in the arms and hands, what
    • pulses there as the soul-spiritual element, continues inwardly and
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    • four to one — for there are some seventy pulse-beats or so to
    • the system of nerves and senses. The metabolic system pulses upwards
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    • impulses capable of actually grappling with and forming the economic
    • impelling social force, giving an impulse to life, another appeared,
    • impulse for life. He had broken away from it because he could not
    • both as to the outer form and the inner impulses to compare Woodrow
    • political conceptions and impulses, in order that these may control
    • rights, to political impulses, which can meet the great demands of
    • modern evolutionary impulses, has become a part of the economic life.
    • needs and does not follow its own impulses, but which, especially
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    • historical impulse contained in them. These three demands contain the
    • impulse of liberty in human life, the impulse towards democracy, and
    • the impulse towards a social form of community.
    • impulse for bringing into existence the social organism consisting of
    • under consideration. It certainly gives the impulse to the demand.
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    • outcome of unconscious impulses and unconscious instincts. In this
    • interests. The impulse for the organization of the Threefold Order
    • impulse has sprung the modern demand for democracy and the new way of
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    • that inner impulse which should drive it to place before the world
    • impulses toward naturalistic art? Art such as this can never grow out
    • the idea of freedom as an impulse prevalent in our modern civilization.
    • my intention. The contents are intended to work as an impulse in the
    • that book, the impulse thus generated in the human will may flow
    • true modern conception of the impulse towards freedom. It must also
    • impulse of the Threefold Order; I also strove to present pedagogy and
    • form in the present and for the future, when the impulse for the
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    • persons; it is an impulse resulting from an impartial observation of
    • that actually for centuries the most important impulses of humanity
    • spiritual life, acts creatively only out of man's own impulses. In my
    • outcome of man's own impulses, exists all that man finds necessary
    • impulse of the threefold social organism takes cognizance of these
    • last few centuries have the impulses of law and morality been torn
    • maxims which might lay hold on life require economic impulses,
    • because they can no longer find purely human impulses, these having
    • been relegated to the sphere of morality. These economic impulses are
    • impulse of the three-membered social organism is in opposition to
    • of that impulse we shall see there can be no question of any
    • They establish that legal order by the help of the spiritual impulses
    • democratically on the basis of the legal order, the impulse which he
    • Therefore the impulse
    • develop impulses capable of embracing all spheres. For there is no
    • not indicate how this soul is to be found. The aim of the impulse for
    • spiritual life, if it can only follow the impulses which man evolves
    • say that capital makes business, the impulse for the threefold order
    • the impulses of the human being, received from the independent
    • circuit of economic life is the impulse which is at work in the
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    • international impulses in late years. Also, when we speak of the
    • governed by two impulses, about which it is of the highest importance
    • conception, not disfigured by hackneyed phrases. Two impulses dwell
    • impulses are egoism and love. It is a widespread
    • something to humanity. And so we see how from that single impulse of
    • conflicting element in these impulses, nationalism and
    • impulses in the human soul just mentioned. What we have called the
    • two impulses in the human soul. Think of the economic system, for
    • every country in the world impulses must prevail which would lead to
    • pour into the human soul international impulses deep enough to resist
    • attempted to evoke social impulses, such as those in the
    • sincere self-conquest, by means of the impulse of the spirit. Men and
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    • shall of course have to consider the most varied impulses contained in
    • impulses and forces that are at work in economics culminate at length
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    • economic life. These things were very largely founded on the impulses
    • beholds as Wisdom-filled ethical and social impulses, excluding the
    • immediately religious and ethical impulses became less effective in
    • religious impulses dominate the entire social life of man-kind, human
    • themselves from other social impulses or social currents. Hence,
    • of religious impulses. In European civilisation, during the Middle
    • significance. It too was embraced in the religious impulses. Everyone,
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    • on, even after the original impulses have ceased to be active in them.
    • economic impulses present in the whole system of loan and investment.
    • economic impulses began to change into purely financial ones; and in
    • do business out of economic impulses; it was out of such impulses, for
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    • between the early Christian impulse and the anti-spiritual world of
    • deep impulses, they suffered themselves to be guided by the
    • The man sensed the presence and impulse of those spiritual forces of
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    • In that we hold our moral impulses simply in the form of pure
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    • back upon thoughts and feelings and impulses of will that he has
    • wanted in this way to draw your attention to the feeling and impulse
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    • expression in man's instinctive urges and impulses, in his desires
    • impulses of generation.
    • itself, for it is connected with the other instincts and impulses.
    • and impulses in order to create from these a race of his own.
    • possibility for Ahriman to draw out the instincts and impulses;
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    • between the early Christian impulse and the anti-spiritual world of
    • deep impulses, they suffered themselves to be guided by the
    • The man sensed the presence and impulse of those spiritual forces of
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    • In that we hold our moral impulses simply in the form of pure
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    • back upon thoughts and feelings and impulses of will that he has
    • wanted in this way to draw your attention to the feeling and impulse
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    • expression in man's instinctive urges and impulses, in his desires
    • impulses of generation.
    • itself, for it is connected with the other instincts and impulses.
    • and impulses in order to create from these a race of his own.
    • possibility for Ahriman to draw out the instincts and impulses;
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    • impulses in us, forces of feeling (Gemuet) and mind. This they do
    • human being had within him different impulses when he dwelt among the
    • gods. The human being developed one kind of impulse among men and
    • This, however, also engendered forces and impulses in the soul that
    • Krita Yuga, when they felt their impulses to be less determined by
    • even to these. Will impulses from the divine-spiritual world had
    • mightiest impulse toward this will arise when, for him who has
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    • impulse. This is not meant to place these streams in opposition to
    • Let us compare this conception with the Christ impulse
    • given in its entirety at the beginning. Only the initial impulse
    • could be given, which must be penetrated. This impulse would then
    • years have passed since the Mystery of Golgotha, the Christ impulse
    • impulse, however, must prevail gradually. A theory of knowledge based
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    • the imbedding of the Christ impulse in the earth. Since that time the
    • influence; the entry of an elemental impulse, always incorporating
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    • spiritual impulse, something like a new impulse of the age. We can
    • understand how this new impulse must work only if we consider the
    • the Christ impulse. What was experienced in the pre-Christian age of
    • Paul knew that, through the Christ impulse, such a transformation in
    • streams and impulses for all that is to be given to humanity from
    • human beings will understand to a higher degree the Christ impulse.
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    • impulse in world evolution. From this comes the powerful admonition:
    • God by permeating himself with the God and Christ impulse and uniting
    • himself as an I with this impulse. In the past, he alone could ascend
    • wild and tempestuous passions and impulses could be subdued only when
    • receive the Christ impulse directly into himself So it came to pass
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    • intense impulse toward materialism. Every time Halley's Comet has
    • appeared, a new impulse toward materialism has taken place. Its
    • way, in our time there will be a new impulse toward materialism, and
    • Today, not only this impulse exists, but there is also
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    • completely new impulse enters earthly existence with a new spiritual
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    • forces springing from anger, a manifestation of impulses of will, and
    • immediate expression is given to an impulse of will. These two things
    • forming mental pictures, thinking, and the will and its impulses
    • man has in his control during daily life regarding the will impulse.
    • his will impulses at all. We can evolve better and better concepts
    • observation and forming mental pictures and the impulses of will, and
    • soul feels constrained to give expression to moral impulses, these
    • impulses are the shadow-images of Higher Devachan, of the higher
    • displeasure), and the moral (revealed in impulses to do good or evil
    • Moral Impulses:
    • moral principles and impulses are working indirectly into the will.
    • In fact, man needs the life of sleep in order that the moral impulses
    • powers, then the impulses we perceive are shadowings from Higher
    • Devachan, the higher heavenly world. These are the moral impulses and
    • activities, permeating them with moral impulses.
    • Christ impulse. Otherwise, there can be no union; the two streams
    • might realize that the most powerful impulse in earthly evolution was
    • but, through this teaching, for moral impulses to be spread abroad.
    • Christ. Through this, the need for moral impulses on earth will be
    • moral impulse would come to the earth from Vishva-Karman or, as
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    • impulse sprang up within these same brotherhoods to strive to
    • must be confined to the earthly. This striving, this impulse to work
    • significant impulse of the Mystery of Golgotha. This impulse of the
    • definite idea, under a definite impulse of will. These brotherhoods
    • the Christ impulse. They wish to place another individuality who has
    • wish the Mystery of the Golgotha with its impulse to take hold of the
    • today against the Christ impulse appearing in the etheric in the
    • impulses of humanity's evolution. For that reason it is sad that
    • impulses of extremely conscious spirituality are passing from all
    • impulses of humanity. In the fourth and fifth centuries particularly,
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture XI: Individual Spirit Beings and the Undivided Foundation of the World: Part 2
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    • the same impulse — we are dealing with reports of actual
    • brotherhoods as an impulse into the evolution of humanity, often
    • impulses effective in humanity's evolution, saw the approach of a
    • best intentions. It was they who undertook the erroneous impulse that
    • that is, those who exploit everything that is embodied as an impulse
    • impulses of the individualities. What one does and what another does
    • we concern ourselves with the impulses for the historic evolution of
    • humanity, these impulses that will be embodied in this historic
    • with evil as an impulse in the evolution of the world. We have
    • spiritual impulses, in spite of the fact that it is still connected
    • exist within human impulses, are working through human impulses. I
    • impulse that would lead them as souls beyond death. This became
    • the impulses of the physical plane. This relates also to things that
    • impulses directly from Ireland, from Irish people who had been
    • made as they are determined by the impulses of the physical plane.
    • this impulse toward freedom must pull itself through all that rules
    • that are applied to human life. The impulse remains, however, and the
    • impulse will then be applied to the esoteric truths that will come in
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    • experiences, and impulses that in the past man felt had “brought
    • attention last time that the impulse of the Mystery of Golgotha was
    • to be eliminated from the world by introducing another impulse from
    • Christ impulse, as it appears in the twentieth century, is to be
    • from a good direction in such a way that the impulses of the dead to
    • work will be able to originate from themselves, impulses taken from
    • the true impulses that are involved. There are bound to be certain
    • to be saved? Certain human forces are at work to defend impulses that
    • are representatives of the impulses of the new era. The
    • representatives of the old impulses — still of the eighteenth,
    • practical, moral-ethical impulses in humanity.
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    • impulses of the so-called dead, who continue to participate in what
    • called upon to be a co-ruler of the impulses in the cosmos. In the
    • impulses that then continue, that then are active in the world. This
    • will impulses, stronger in himself; at another moment his will is
    • impulses, however, that flow not only into the basis for the realm of
    • that we experience here as will impulses and also as feeling
    • impulses.
    • impulses. They live continually in all of that. This is their second
    • as feelings and will impulses.
    • the dead is precisely this expanding life of will impulses. The will
    • impulses are now for the dead what mental pictures are for the
    • hierarchies but as the fusion of impulses from the hierarchies.
    • that in their impulses of feeling and will they are one with the
    • impulses of the new age to develop consciousness in the right way to
    • It is also a continuing event, an impulse that continues to be
    • task of our spiritual science is connected with the impulse of
    • impulse of Golgotha to be understood in the right way in our age and
    • There is now a fundamental impulse in the widest circles
    • already say that the greatest enemies to grasping the Christ impulse
    • Christ impulse is the way in which the clergy and the theologians
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    • impulses for all the older civilisations. Gradually, however,
    • impulse of my soul. And now let me give you the gist of a
    • dear friends, that to this scene is due one of the impulses that made
    • inner impulse to seek within for the God, for God the Creator.
    • owes its impulse to these earlier mediaeval Initiates.
    • impulse was working in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries. The
    • experiences a feeling and impulse to draw lines in the figures —
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    • it is the star standing over you that gives you the impulse to hold
    • impulse to freedom was thereby made possible for man from out of the
    • radiate impulses for a whole culture or a whole stream of
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    • being, Man gives to the Earth the impulse for her movement around the
    • to have the impulse to bring forth the seed of Man in etheric form
    • to his strong impulses in the direction of the physical, he became,
    • friends, how infinitely the Christ Impulse was deepened through such
    • understanding. The common impulse and striving for the Divine that
    • things are to be found in this impulse, things lovely and sublime.
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    • in man the impulses for that which he shall do. Michael will be the
    • the Hierarchy of Archangeloi, we feel that impulses are coming from
    • Them. In a greater or lesser degree, the impulses come from Them.
    • Michael is the Spirit from whom no impulses come, to begin with; for
    • very significant battle. For on the one hand the Michael impulse has
    • entered the evolution of humanity. The Michael impulse is there. But
    • will not receive this impulse of Michael but wants to reject it.
    • Among the things that would fain reject the impulse of Michael today
    • carry upward what comes through the inherited impulses of nationality
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    • guided by impulses from the spiritual world. Those who could see so
    • far found these impulses written as it were in brazen letters in a
    • signposts in the riddle-language may become a real impulse for life, a
    • directing words as can become impulses for mankind. On the most varied
    • by it, should take it as a strong impulse into his will, into his
    • Some sort of impulse is referred to, something which is already
    • themselves in the astral light like a directing impulse or human
    • there pulses through our blood the sulphurising process, there works
    • and spirit into them as an impulse. Just as when we have made an
    • impulses of recent times man has applied iron to this material
    • and we feel this impulse of life in experiencing hers. And we do well
    • become what they are had they not been created out of impulses seen to
    • of Michael with the flaming sword of iron, as an inspiring impulse to
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    • with the consequences. The other Spirits kindle in man the impulses
    • impulses to do this or that. In a greater or lesser degree, the
    • impulses come from them. Michael is the Spirit from whom no impulses
    • much significant battle. For on the one hand the Michael impulse has
    • entered the evolution of humanity. The Michael impulse is there. But
    • will not receive this impulse of Michael but wants to reject it.
    • Among the things that would fain reject the impulse of Michael to-day
    • carry upward what comes through the inherited impulses of nationality
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    • impulses in civilisation which appear, for instance, in the sense
    • the principal impulse of civilisation, — say in the 12th and 13th
    • which quite different influences and impulses flow from the
    • human soul. The truly living impulses in the civilisation of the
    • shut off from Inspiration; the impulses of the super-sensible world
    • participation in the super-sensible world. The Michael impulse which
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    • these are likewise the forces and impulses which are working in the
    • and impulses of our own souls. In whatever way individuals among you
    • unconsciously, an urge that comes from the genuine spiritual impulses
    • animated by the impulse of the age, by the true genius of the age,
    • the member of the Hierarchies from whom streamed forth the impulse
    • Impulse the striving of mankind to understand Him. But the nearer
    • understanding of the Christ Impulse has grown less and less.
    • them. Materialism became in many respects the fundamental impulse of
    • the Michael Impulse in our age, we are speaking of a right
    • understanding of the Christ Impulse.
    • impulse to mankind; who has ascended, or rather is ascending, from the
    • Impulse in the world, — as though we had ever been one-sided in
    • our representation of the Christ Impulse. We turn our gaze to
    • evolution as a whole and describe what different impulses underlie it,
    • Archangels who in earlier times had been used by the impulse of Jahve
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    • mighty impulse for the continuation of our civilisation and our whole
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    • we must approach the Christ-impulse through Michael. In many respects
    • the most powerful impulse in every nation.
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    • spirit impulses within our soul only when they surface as gentle
    • whose deep unconsciousness there come towards him spiritual impulses,
    • impulses connected with himself. They appear to his spiritual gaze
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    • Christ within the Sun — the impulse for the resurrection of their
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    • his pre-earthly life, the currents of those forces and impulses which
    • Nature — if the liberating forces of the Sun, the impulses that
    • from awakening to such an impulse.
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    • man of more strong and pristine impulses needs for the Summer season.
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    • It is indeed the case that when that spiritual impulse which has gone
    • the Christmas impulse which was given to us at Dornach. For the
    • Christmas impulse must not remain a merely intellectual, theoretic and
    • abstract one. It must be an impulse of the heart, it must not be dry
    • upon us, it was granted us to send forth a new impulse from the
    • may now fill ourselves with the Goetheanum impulses as with impulses
    • say: Since the Christmas Foundation impulse anthroposophical work
    • impulses of the Anthroposophical Movement if only we are able to
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    • the deeper impulses at work in our time belong to a sphere where
    • were, a first impulse to which other impulses must increasingly be
    • realise that through the impulse given by the Mystery of Golgotha,
    • of humanity; he repulses him and thinks: ‘I will know nothing
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    • the soul amid the impulses of the times can be perceived. But souls
    • the impulses operating in the life of humanity. Many people will
    • Spiritual Science by what impulses the world is moved, in our
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    • Graeco-Latin period, people's feelings and indeed their will-impulses
    • which dwells in the physical body and has an impulse to move about on
    • nor the heaving ocean could the ego learn to develop those impulses
    • impulses for the seasonal festivals. Later on, man would experience
    • feelings, will impulses. Today we are uncertain what to do with thoughts,
    • feelings and will impulses. It is as though, in spite of pockets, all
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    • enter his soul, inevitably, as an elemental impulse of soul, if
    • words, only a person who participates in spiritual life has an impulse
    • where would the impulse come from? In all ages the human souls in which
    • for spiritual impulses, but merely utilitarian buildings. And what would
    • was one of the fundamental impulses behind the development of ancient
    • the evolution of mankind this impulse toward outer expression of inner
    • being bearing, within, an impulse from spiritual worlds. He must do
    • and chin all current earth impulses are so strong that they press and
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    • this we must go beyond theoretic comprehension; the artistic impulse
    • between the time of Aeschylus, when divine impulses still penetrated
    • as men, though still bearing super-earthly impulses. Real naturalism
    • practical. Man needs a new impetus. Without this impulse, this swing,
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    • in him impulses springing from the spiritual world. This fact points
    • the main impulse of Greek art, of all true art.
    • permeated by a conviction that every artist harbors the religious impulse,
    • lived in him a deep religious impulse, took the greatest pains to purify
    • to stand solidly on the earth without spiritual impulse in artistic
    • to remnants of Greek artistic impulses and absorbed them into his soul;
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    • from these elements will impulses penetrate into the human being, just
    • as thought impulses penetrate into him from the fixed stars, and feeling
    • impulses from planetary movements.
    • mood which once held sway, there will be no impulse toward the truly
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    • thoughts become will impulses,
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    • forms, the disappearing of the soul into space. Here we have the impulses
    • art, and which receives an impulse from Anthroposophy. For the latter
    • adult, four pulse beats correspond to one breath rhythm; seventy-two
    • pulse beats per minute. What lives in the blood, that is, the ego, the
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    • do when higher spiritual impulses play between them, and their instincts,
    • approximately eighteen breaths and seventy-two pulse-beats per minute.
    • Breath and pulse-beat chime together. The hexameter has three long
    • syllables, the fourth is the caesura. One breath measures four pulse
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    • as based on Anthroposophy. And I am overjoyed that an impulse
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    • their own inner impulse of soul, as they have been accustomed to do
    • impulse.
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    • impulses in this way and man himself thereby takes his place rightly
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    • those elements of greatness which have a protective impulse. The
    • soon as the first impulse has been called forth. But people are so
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    • nature. His impulse is to proceed from whole to parts, as in medieval
    • The child out of his very nature has no impulse to put together a
    • whole out of parts. He has many other needs and impulses which are,
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    • child has impulse to model and to paint. Teacher himself must learn
    • why the child has an impulse to model forms or to paint them. For the
    • impulse to make forms that are related to the inner human organism.
    • modelling or painting. So you can very easily turn this impulse and
    • human nature, and we must not drive out this impulse but rather lead
    • very strong impulse to express his inward experiences as activities
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    • of the Pulse.” The content of this article is comparatively small, but
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    • on the other hand, the plant has an impulse upwards, away from the
    • upward impulse in plants, that depends upon the sun. The stars
    • constitution. I referred to the three formative impulses which are in
    • some degree inherent in external nature; the impulse to saline
    • formation the impulse to mercurial formation and the tendency peculiar
    • What is the difference between these formative impulses of external
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    • as isolated impulses of the soul. Had they kept pace with man's whole
    • organic development, had they not remained isolated impulses, they
    • the soul's isolated impulses work upon organs which are no longer
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    • centrifugal impulse is at work all the time, pushing the body out.
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    • freedom. The struggle with these impulses, which Schiller lived out
    • individuality as the real impulse of karma shows itself overpowered
    • it; it constantly happens that he has an impulse of will, but the
    • impulse comes to a standstill before the actual deed. If the teacher
    • and no mere continuation of some old impulse, as soon as it is a
    • question of bringing in new impulses from the spiritual world —
    • and that is what is needed, new impulses from the spiritual world! —
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    • how moral and ethical impulses pour into the child when he is
    • the man who is colour-blind, so the moral and ethical impulses
    • acquisitiveness, the impulse to get everything for themselves. These
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    • impulse of karma) and the gradual development of the child through
    • we bring in a strong impulse from above, we rouse the
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    • inner organic impulses in evolution, must have already been present
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    • moral impulses, comes to expression within Earth existence alone. We
    • his longing to acquire things for himself. The impulse will
    • as few impressions as ever possible; then the impulse for quick and
    • restless movement — an impulse of the will — will be
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    • the mercy of his own impulses and emotions; we must try to bring it
    • known before, all manner of impulses that spring from vanity begin to
    • yes, have even become impulses of will within you, what is it you are
    • following the injection, the fever curve, also the pulse and the
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    • the point where I said we need to find the cosmic impulse that can
    • it is possible for a constellation to occur where the impulse from
    • for the impulses that are already there in the place where you are
    • beginning your work; find what impulses are there that can inspire
    • moved too, as they also are, by religious and spiritual impulses (but
    • a powerful Roman impulse, spreading its activity out over Europe,
    • mediated through an impulse that derives from the order of Cluny and
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    • may it go with you, and may its impulse continue to work on into the
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    • condition wherein he has an inner impulse to move his limbs and
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    • out. The animal obeys its impulses. Man separates thinking, feeling,
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    • out. The animal obeys its impulses. Man separates thinking, feeling,
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    • The Impulse towards the Threefold Order:
    • thinking that underlay, and underlies, the impulse towards the
    • to-night to refute the notion, that the impulse towards the
    • the Impulse for the Threefold Social Order. Nothing has any
    • share in this impulse, save what can be acquired in the course
    • impulses to give mankind a direction and an aim. All these
    • impulses by which the working-classes are determined to see
    • sort of impulse towards any social will and purpose
    • expression in quite definite impulses; it finds its
    • impulses still dating from the earliest times; times,
    • rights. In our notions of right and justice, in our impulses of
    • consequences, this great, new, up-welling life-impulse,
    • life-impulse, which has had such a bloody prelude in the
    • from the political impulses which led to the founding of the
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    • definite impulse to the ancient Hebrew people. This
    • could give Abraham the impulse that you find so beautifully
    • Hebrews an important impulse through Abraham.
    • impulse that was kindled in the astral body of Jesus of
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    • the impulse necessary for the continued progress of Semitic
    • fully intelligible only when we see how spiritual impulses
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    • began to develop. The strongest impulse of this formative
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    • spiritual fact of our age — the Christ Impulse
    • united with the highest impulses of our age. It is necessary
    • that humanity understand the Christ-Impulse and that we can
    • understand how the Christ-Impulse has penetrated this worldly
    • this Francis of Assisi Branch, so that the impulses
    • learn to understand through the Christ-Impulse what, from a
    • Christ-Impulse is carried into every other life. Through
    • Christ-Impulse.
    • Impulse. People who will be content to obtain through the
    • life through the Christ-Impulse. That is how deep progress in
    • spiritual life ran before and after the Christ-Impulse had
    • Christ-Impulse — Francis of Assisi; his name,
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    • conquer the thought and the impulse of death in Faust's
    • impulse of the sounds of Easter that Goethe places before us
    • is the same impulse that passed through the entire
    • around this truth. Let us ask what kind of an impulse mankind
    • must be infected by a strong impulse toward the spiritual.
    • expression is in the blood, was not touched by an impulse now
    • spiritualized through the impulse that we absorb through the
    • Christ-Impulse can stream into it does one no longer need the
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    • great purview and with an enormous impulse of activity. Of
    • awakened through the Christ-Impulse can see this fire because
    • Christ-Impulse awakened the spiritual eye of human beings,
    • corpse that the impulses emanated that spiritualized life and
    • suffering? Those who understood the Impulse of Golgotha in
    • become imbued with the Christ-Impulse will be able to
    • the Christ-Impulse. If we imbue ourselves with the
    • Christ-Impulse, it is unthinkable that we could possibly be
    • cannot be suffering because the Christ-Impulse teaches us
    • everything in its own measure. The Christ-Impulse shows us
    • and ennobled by the Christ-Impulse in such a way that human
    • transfer the impetus of this great impulse to the rest of
    • a Paul out of Saul, and yet the most important impulse for
    • Christ-Force to carry its mighty impulse into future
    • Christ-Impulse that it carries within it.
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    • struggles. However, only when the impulse of the etheric body
    • own free impulse, and through the fact that they feel
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    • happen, the impulse and the proper forces had to be created,
    • then prepared the new impulse that was to come into the
    • what point in time the great Impulse of Golgotha would
    • certain age for a purpose. Likewise, the great impulses in
    • had to make it possible for the Christ-Impulse to descend to
    • Christ-Impulse.
    • spiritual impulse of our time. Christ Himself has prepared
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    • existence, but in it lies the only possible basis for the impulse of
    • where the light of the spirit does not shine but where the impulse of
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    • which we experienced externally; it becomes an impulse demanding a
    • But now it lives within us as the impulse of a moral world-order by
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    • Remedies, healing herbs. Wotan-Mercury. Runes. The Wotan impulse
    • The death of Baldur and the Christ-Impulse. Transition to abstract
    • lived in the impulses by means of which these Druid priests guided
    • impulses, and also, for instance, for the healing methods of that
    • instances. The impulses for all that was done were read from the
    • Cosmos. The greater impulses, which were needed, one may say, to
    • The Sun-Initiation gave the Druid priest the spiritual impulse, and as
    • was a Mercury Mystery, a Mystery that added to the impulses of Sun and
    • Moon the impulse of Mercury. One might say that that old civilization
    • impulses. Only away in the East these Jupiter impulses were already
    • impulse. Thus one might say that the Mercury, the Wotan-nature, was
    • Wherever this Wotan impulse worked itself out fully, everything that
    • received a certain impulse from this Wotan element. For there was one
    • Christ-impulse was prepared. In Baldur, the God who falls into death
    • religious, social, medicinal and other impulses into his community.
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    • picture, I on my part felt the impulse to look at it with you!”
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    • impulses; and then Ahriman and his Ahrimanic spirits approach, and out
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    • They saw the birth of Jesus as something which gave the impulse out of
    • the force of the Christ Impulse has been intimately bound up with the
    • Christ Impulse, together with the outward-streaming soul element, is
    • itself with our soul force through the Christ Impulse — this we
    • time, impermeable by the Christ Impulse. (See drawing). At this
    • time the Christ Impulse has to live in the exhaled breath. The
    • which has become impervious to the Christ Impulse. And when the human
    • the birth of the Christ Impulse in the ensouled Earth, the Earth must
    • approach in the right way, and the birth of the Christ Impulse take
    • which has been drawn into the Earth, the Christ Impulse is born in the
    • the birth of the Christ Impulse can occur at Christmas time in the
    • beginning for us in which we see the Christ Impulse aright when we
    • understand the Christ Impulse in the right way up to our time.
    • permeate ourselves with the Christ Impulse in the sense of the
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    • and then goes through the Resurrection, that soul impulse was given
    • thought-impulse drawn out of the spirit. For it must be clear to us
    • — this can give man that impulse which strengthens his will, that
    • impulse which points man to the permeation of his will with
    • shall have an inspiration, a Nature/Spirit impulse, to introduce
    • threefoldness, the impulse of threefoldness into all the observing and
    • of this impulse, whether the destructive forces in human evolution can
    • One might say that when we spoke of the threefold impulse it was in a
    • enough so that it can be felt how such an impulse flows directly out
    • formative impulse — can come forth from the depths of the
    • an impulse. Hence, with the present state of the Anthroposophical
    • esoteric impulse. But it must be understood how mankind's evolution
    • life, when we perceive in the depths this triple pulse of cosmic
    • things — then we can never restore the pulse of three.
    • anthroposophical impulse would consist in perceiving in the Easter
    • personalities, such a thing could actually become an impulse which
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    • divine spiritual impulses which then work on in the bird world and
    • freeze. This gave them the specific impulse to push it in one
    • over man, I should like to say as a force, as an impulse, which could
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    • himself as moral impulse what is revealed at this time of midsummer
    • impulses. But at night, when the higher spiritual beings withdraw, the
    • impulses which were implanted in man as Enlightenment (see
    • we have, instead of moral impulse, knowledge of Nature, coming
    • felt as though his will nature, his instincts and impulses were
    • this. So when we write here: “Moral impulse, Knowledge of
    • is “enfilling one's impulses with the degree of consciousness
    • possible.” “A man who rules his impulses through reflective
    • deviated from the moral impulses in the course of the year.
    • Deviation from the moral impulses through the contemplation of evil,
    • atone for what they recognized as deviations from the moral impulses
    • may get an impulse toward the spirit, he must learn to know the
    • this counter-image of the truth to receive the impulse toward the
    • Just as the other thought that lies in the Christ-Impulse must work on
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    • crossing of the impulse from the left with the impulse from the right.
    • perception the impulses that reach us in this way, or when we feel
    • cosmic impulses of thought and feeling and will, remembering always
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    • And he has impulses of will because Luciferic forces can acquire
    • impulses of will that enter our etheric body with Lucifer. And the
    • an impulse laid upon him by the Beings of the higher Hierarchies. And
    • impulse and feeling of duty.
    • slaves, because Ahriman draws near on the one hand with his impulses.
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    • being who is animated by impulses springing from the world of soul
    • spiritual impulses working through the physical human beings. If
    • still available. Then, in Rome, inspired by these impulses (which
    • regard to their purely aesthetic impulses. For to an inartistic
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    • pulse-rhythm, directly
    • number of pulse-beats per minute, in a healthy human organism, is
    • approximately 72. Hence we can say that the number of pulse-beats
    • while we take one breath, the pulse intervenes four times. Now let
    • pulse-rhythm and the rhythm of the breath to this inner, living
    • piano (if I may so express myself) where we experience the pulse
    • in the pulse-rhythm, which is essentially connected with the
    • strikes, as it were, upwards; thus we have the will-pulses striking
    • suppose that we articulate these will-pulses, in such a way that we
    • follow the will-pulses in the words, inwardly articulating the
    • accompanied by the corresponding pulse-beats, and between them we
    • pulse-beats, allowing these to play upon the stream of breath. Thus
    • will, resounded up from the pulse-beats into the rhythm of the
    • the pulse beats into the breathing, and how this brings to
    • rhythm of the heart, the rhythm of the pulse. Just as the Greek
    • harmony between the pulse, which is connected with the heart, and
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    • way in which blood-circulation, pulse-beat and breathing-rhythm
    • will-impulse – what actually is it that is overcome? (This
    • the will-impulse is ultimately formed: when the breath-stream
    • process – and this again strikes into the pulse-beat of the
    • when the word is made the bearer of an impulse of
    • force no repulse takes:
    • human being, bearing on its waves the will-impulse as a
    • there, where the will-impulse still lives within man and moves him
    • streams outward, and hold the impulse back, keeping it under
    • Nordic-Germanic peoples arrested the impulse, the urge and impetus
    • waves of the out-flowing impulses of will. This lives in the
    • waves of the words, on the waves of a will-impulse that has been
    • impulse of spiritual science to bear on aesthetic considerations
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    • impulse of thy strength, only less free
    • unfolds in the tempo of the human pulse-beat; while something more
    • rhythms of the pulse and breathing and the ratio of one to the
    • self-evident ratio between pulse-rhythm and breathing-rhythm is
    • four pulse-beats to each breath and this, of course, is the natural
    • ratio between human breathing and the pulse.
    • out of the human being as a whole. It is as if the pulse-rhythm
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    • pulse-beats, four beats coinciding with each breath. This is an
    • four pulse-beats taking place in each breath and consider their
    • pulse-beats together into one long syllable, and the remaining two
    • pulsebeats into two short syllables. We then have the verse-measure
    • will-impulse and then subsiding into thought: in this way
    • alliteration comes into being. We begin with a will-impulse, which
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    • four times as many pulse‑beats. Circulation and breathing
    • pulse-beat and breathing that echoes on in speech. Formed and
    • wisdom, its wonderful formation of feeling and its impulses of
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    • three greatest impulses behind all human evolution and all
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    • relation between respiration and pulse beat is an average one to
    • four: eighteen breaths (or thereabouts) and seventy-two pulse-beats
    • of the blood. Subconsciously our breath counts the pulse-beats; and
    • subconsciously the pulse-beats count the breaths dividing and
    • do not allow it to count up the pulse-beats on the
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    • must include also the impulse to distinguish between the beautiful
    • impulses — those which prompt us to do good and abstain from
    • impulses to do the one and avoid the other. Even what we call our
    • conscience, however vague the impulses from it may be, comes under
    • we must admit that we are impelled by impulses, instincts and forces
    • in the form of an impulse towards discovery. Subconscious soul-life,
    • we come to the impulses of Will, the further we descend into the
    • raised into consciousness: we still allow our subconscious impulses,
    • Christ-working, which acts upon the subconscious impulses of the soul
    • therefore, we can observe in the highest sense that impulse of
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    • the long run I myself am to blame for my impulses’, will not be
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    • even if the Christ-Event had not worked as an impulse in the hearts
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    • Experiencing the Christ Impulse, Jerome and the Gospel of St. Matthew
    • means to an experience of the Christ-Impulse — an experience
    • Christ-Impulse. That was not so before the Mystery of Golgotha, and
    • under the influence of the Christ-Impulse, so that we may come to a
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    • upon the Christ-Impulse as the most profound event in human
    • full greatness, the full significance, of the Christ-Impulse, from a
    • Christ-Impulse came. Let us therefore consider what we already know
    • the Christ-Impulse and everything connected with it has first been
    • and tomorrow we will approach it by asking: How is the impulse given
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    • means can we see into the heart of what the Christ-Impulse has become
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    • the essential nature of the Christ-Impulse recognised immediately
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    • currents, are permeated by the Christ-Impulse, but the Buddha has
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    • to the nature of that impulse which as the Christ-Impulse entered
    • establish his connection with the Christ-Impulse? In other words, how
    • can the Christ-Impulse become effective for the individual? The
    • Christ-Impulse.
    • Christ-Impulse. Today we wish to add the subjective side. We will try
    • eighteenth century formed on their way to the Christ-Impulse. Even
    • possibility of finding the Christ-Impulse as something real. But for
    • the connection of the world with the Christ-Impulse, what they saw
    • Christ-Impulse their own. The ground-roots of theosophical life have
    • bring to men a widening of the Christ-Impulse. But then all
    • of the Christ-Impulse in the magnificent places of the earth. It has
    • considered the exoteric paths of the past to the Christ-Impulse, we
    • Christ-Impulse to every individual human soul.
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    • mankind the Christ-Impulse has been at work, woven into it. For the
    • Christ-Impulse makes everything a man does or can do into an action
    • thought of reincarnation is permeated by the Christian impulse. He
    • impulses, so that the thought of reincarnation might come to our
    • experience the connection with the Christ-Impulse. For it is the
    • Christ-Impulse which will give life to the whole retrospective view,
    • ‘The Christ-Impulse was then on earth!’ Incarnations will
    • Christ-Impulse will be needed by men for their assurance in the
    • ethical, he feels this idea as so magical an impulse that he becomes
    • the ideas we hold of the good will immediately become moral impulses.
    • upon it as a moral impulse. After the next 3,000 years it will be
    • happened in the new epoch, and looking back on the Christ-Impulse and
    • who will place all that he has at the service of the Christ-Impulse,
    • service of the Christ-Impulse, which a sufficient number of men will
    • evolution of humanity. But if the upward impulse had not been given,
    • call it: redemption from the impulse brought by the Luciferic forces
    • understanding of the Christ-Impulse, and of the whole course of human
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    • impulse, had at the same time established the foundations of his
    • interests, impulses and desires down into the earthly sphere. Where —
    • moral ideals of humanity are merely sublimations of animal impulses,
    • animals, will sink into animal impulses, animal passions. And in many
    • The impulse going forth from Christ is in the fullest sense reality.
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    • innocence, obedient in his every action to the impulses instilled into
    • been prompted, not by mere impulses, but by a kind of spiritual
    • impulses earlier than would otherwise have been the case; he became an
    • impulses of man. Whereas on the earth it is only beings like animals
    • those we know as human and animal passions and impulses. The fourth or
    • perpetually be sending forth new impulses, new sproutings; rampant
    • own and help not only out of a spontaneous impulse but because we know
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    • Fifth Root Race began its development, the great impulse was given by
    • we find the superhuman Manu, by whom the great impulse was given. But
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    • the great need that exists to-day for moral and spiritual impulses in
    • educational methods and allow the significance of such impulses to
    • inner being impulses which place us as moral beings in the civilized
    • into life. This pure, primordial impulse is necessary for our
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    • the bodily pressure and impulses to a certain extent grow less
    • The women lived a life withdrawn from the direct impulses at the root
    • with the growth of the impulse of human freedom which is at present
    • signs of the times if we desire to discover the true impulse
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    • impulse to make this thing living and so to re-vitalize the whole of
    • germ both of a feeling and of an impulse of will; it becomes a complete
    • experience. It contains no force; no impulse of feeling and of will
    • environment and what happens in this environment under the impulses
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    • being of man receives an upward impulse from below; an upward impulse
    • And out of this there will proceed the inner impulse for an education
    • LOGOS. For he felt the Logos throb and pulse with life through the whole
    • rightly perceive how the mighty impulse pulsating through such a line
    • impulses of education, one really should say: All that humanity has
    • over the living impulse in the ‘word’ when the sentence
    • and how it had to prepare for a growth of the inner impulse of
    • towards the things of sense becomes the strongest impulse in
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    • nature of the child and is brought about by the impulses of the
    • we coerce the impulses of human nature, if we do not know how to leave this
    • passes into the brain, where it becomes the impulse of speech.
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    • indeed an out-streaming of will-impulses into the organism of
    • which are then carried out by others, our will-impulses are,
    • importance in these physically active impulses of the will if
    • though the impulse does not pass into action.
    • reacts as an impulse towards the more sobering element of the
    • social life. Although man's self-expression is directed by an impulse
    • imagery, the impulse for these virtues becomes a second nature, for
    • reverence for the teacher has been a natural impulse within him, but at
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    • during the period of growth, are given an impulse that proceeds from
    • the right age in life. Our civilization will never receive an impulse of
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    • impulse in education at the present time. All manner of
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    • strong spiritual impulses inherent in him from previous earth
    • After a while he gets a new impulse which inspires his later
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    • development, we need a new impulse in agriculture based on
    • expresses his own being, he has the impulses to make his own
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    • the deepest individual impulse of the individual human soul. If
    • develop what must be the activating impulse in everything he
    • teeth and puberty that most inward of human impulses, the
    • impulse of duty. Then what Goethe once expressed so
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    • That is something which, arising out of the deepest impulses of
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    • humanity, if it is to answer in the future to the impulses
    • these three impulses, the super-physical in the artistic
    • other parts now follow the lead of their animal impulses and
    • the acanthus leaf simply arose from an inner impulse to form,
    • impulse of becoming one with growing forces of the form itself.
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    • action we do not think much about it, but we swiftly repulse
    • something or other which threatens us with danger; we repulse
    • permeation of our impulse for education by the experience of
    • will. What, then, will have to be the real impulse prompting
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    • front of the children, taking your educational impulses right
    • everyone talks of social impulses, but sheer anti-social
    • will, it is an impulse to selflessness itself, a direct impulse
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    • right understanding of historical impulses if you introduce him
    • historical impulses and historical connections. You will see,
    • development of the impulse in humanity towards culture. But
    • impulses, and these will have to be timed in the curriculum to
    • impulses in humanity and the comprehension of the external
    • physical impulses of nature in the human organism. The essence
    • of real humanity lives in historical impulses, but the power
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    • to their physical bodies. In etheric, as impulse. In astral, as
    • new educational impulse, that special attention must be paid, in
    • instinct becomes impulse. In the physical body will is instinct: as
    • soon as the etheric body dominates instinct, will becomes impulse*.
    • external form — is viewed as impulse, it is very interesting to
    • without: whereas impulse, more inward in its nature, also comes more
    • instinct into impulse.
    • nature. In its turn it takes hold of impulse, and then not only is
    • this made more inward, but instinct and impulse are both lifted into
    • You find desire also in the animal, as you find impulse, because the
    • describe impulse as a thing which manifests in a uniform manner from
    • has more of the soul character than mere impulse.
    • — the instinct, impulse and desire of the body what do they
    • impulse, desire, when it is taken hold of by the ego. But instinct,
    • impulse and desire in man when taken hold of by the ego we generally
    • call motive, so that when we speak of the will impulse in the individual
    • impulse and desire from the animal world still persist, but he raises
    • impulse. You can, e.g., have the following idea: something I wished to
    • impulse of will, but which is still of the nature of will. There is
    • find all these component parts in him: instinct, impulse, desire and
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    • human being enters a time of life when impulses of the future assert
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    • over-stimulates life, we become feverish, too hot. Our blood pulses in
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    • impulse for speech from some other kind of connection with his
    • arises in him the impulse of an inward gesture, to re-live what has
    • sensations or will impulses we give the child must not be formulated
    • ideas, the impulses and sensations which we give the child must be
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    • pulse beats as he has breaths. It is this inner interplay and relationship
    • of pulse rhythm and breath rhythm, and its connection in turn with the
    • will impulse in man is accompanied by a particular form of the
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    • get the child to develop moral impulses. And here we are dealing with
    • child with moral impulses by giving him commands, by saying: you must
    • which can give us the right impulse in education and nurture and that
    • impulses of educational technique. Educational technique is of a
    • Educational technique essentially involves a religious moral impulse
    • the impulse of his work. The golden rules which must be embraced by
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    • men wrote from out of will impulses, so that the forms of writing gave
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    • the blood pulses through the muscles in intimate response to man's
    • we say to the child unites with the impulse and experience which comes
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    • pulse and breath between 10 and 12 years, even if done with external
    • beautiful, the noblest, the mast majestic of man's moral impulses
    • little impulse for education is contained in the rest of our
    • possible for them to have spontaneous impulses for education, to be
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    • originally implanted in it, so is it also when artistic impulses unite
    • the artist is not merely developing some more or less limited impulse,
    • to open themselves to the impulses coming from the spiritual world,
    • human hearts which felt compelled to realise these impulses and to
    • spiritual impulses were poured into humanity from higher worlds. These
    • impulses were taken up by certain individuals specially fitted to
    • connection with the impulses which originally inspired them, a mere
    • worlds and to carry down from thence living spiritual impulses. This
    • powerful and enthusiastic spiritual impulse. At that earlier stage
    • reveal to our present age that spiritual impulse which is suited to
    • Movement there is a firm conviction that a spiritual impulse of this
    • evolution. And this spiritual impulse must perforce, among its other
    • his true artistic impulse. Just as his material — the clay or the
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    • but you will not take the bell's musical element as the impulse
    • connection between pulse and breath, the ratio of eighteen breaths
    • per minute to an average of seventy-two pulse beats per minute. This
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    • impulses connected with the future. “Propagandists by
    • to be realised and understood, which is the source of impulses of will
    • teachings and impulses to men will do so in the right and worthy way.
    • among mankind they give rise to thoughts and impulses of deep import
    • source of the impulses underlying them. And in the case of many of the
    • impulses — they were spiritual impulses, remember — were not
    • penetrates here into things deeply connected with the impulses of
    • here, sending their forces into men's thoughts, feelings and impulses
    • deter us. We must be so imbued with the impulse needed for the present
    • thing itself we see the impulse and that we simply cannot do otherwise
    • than carry this impulse into the world.
    • today — why this impulse must be carried out into the world
    • or what seemed to be a dream; he tells you of an impulse from the
    • impulses than is usually imagined. But people hesitate to admit such
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    • really happening as the outcome of impulses from the spiritual world.
    • think about impulses that are said to come from the spiritual world.
    • of our time, deep and trenchant impulses in the life of mankind are
    • been working among men, creeping into their impulses of will, into
    • When mention is made of impulses which, coming from the spiritual
    • that the moment a man draws his impulses for action in the physical
    • some knowledge of occult impulses, of impulses deriving from the
    • want to turn spiritual impulses, occult impulses to account in the
    • the right occult impulse into action at the right moment, just as the
    • such is, of course, ruled out. Impulses truly derived from the occult
    • they will never be at the disposal of mere impulses of power. That
    • impulses of power? Then one will act quite differently, trying to gain
    • impulses, which can be sought for in the sincere, straightforward ways
    • And so, with the impulses of Spiritual Science, we will continue to
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    • the spiritual impulse poured into Earth evolution at that time?
    • old path, without the new impulse contained in the teaching of
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    • gave the impulse for this and thereby became Buddha. Hence he does
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    • clairvoyant sees the will-impulses of a man flashing like flames
    • individual feelings and individual impulses of will; but thinking is
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    • was in this milieu that Christ Jesus was to work. The new impulse
    • impulse he gave, were related to Christ Jesus.
    • bodies of those around Him. The impulse given by the great Buddha
    • reality on Earth through the new impulse given by Christ. To the
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    • only the impulse, as it were the seed, that Christ Jesus was able to
    • Christ was now bringing an entirely new impulse, that he was seeking
    • If I were to impart in the old way the entirely new impulse I have come
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    • nature of social circumstances that they are governed by impulses
    • consciousness which has its origins in spiritual impulses. With their
    • that spiritual impulses had flowed into it, that was a
    • had its origins in real, powerful impulses from the spiritual world.
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    • large sweep the differing impulses and development of the many
    • characteristic impulses of the various pantheistic religions.
    • impulses of humanity. From the time people enter elementary school
    • themselves not only impulses from their previous lives on earth, but
    • Through these impulses from earlier lives on earth and pre-earthly
    • who felt these impulses. Indeed, this movement aimed to make itself
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    • understanding of the impulses underlying the ancient Mysteries, and
    • The impulses derived from ancient wisdom which were still directly
    • familiar with the impulses of the ancient Mysteries when Christianity
    • And if one questioned whether the fundamental impulse of the lecture was
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    • The important factor is that everything should contain the impulse
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    • those circles where the impulse for a deeper spiritual understanding
    • was already present. This impulse came from all kinds of directions.
    • impulse, it should, on the other hand, also have become clear that
    • moral impulses also came from this divine spiritual principle.
    • principle. But at the same time they also received the impulses for
    • what came to expression as moral impulses. Those, too, were derived
    • Ethical and moral impulses came from the same divine source. But just
    • impulses met the same fate. Their roots disappeared and they were
    • individualism, because the source of the moral impulses in each
    • spiritual impulses.
    • impulse of anthroposophy, and which will then be regarded as quite
    • lays down rules, and whether there is a strong enough impulse to seek
    • overnight but over a longer time-span, the required impulse would
    • required impulse would live in the heart. Then the action, too, would
    • are active and organized, then the right impulse is clearly absent.
    • anthroposophical impulse which the Anthroposophical Society needs for
    • on really great impulses.
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    • from the spiritual impulses he had received, was empowered to speak
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    • brings him into direct contact with all the forces and impulses that
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    • Gabriel epoch were already foreshadowed in the impulses operative in
    • thirties who are destined to receive the impulses from the Sun
    • relationship. It is an age in which the main impulses for the Earth
    • the forces and impulses of the present epoch must hasten to turn to
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    • has its true, inner source in an impulse arising out of Initiation
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    • impulses, this vision is lost and we now behold the spiritual world
    • original impulse was lost years ago.
    • centuries the impulse towards music has been growing and
    • give a musical expression of the Christ Impulse already existed. It
    • the introduction of the Christ Impulse into the phenomenal world where
    • fails to portray the real significance of the Christ Impulse in the Cosmos
    • able to portray this Christ Impulse musically, in tones that are
    • Impulse, for it will reveal purely artistically and intuitively how
    • the Christ Impulse in the Cosmos and the Earth can be awakened
    • Impulse can be found in music. And the dissolution of the
    • Impulse will be revealed externally.
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    • from the spiritual impulses he had received, was empowered to speak
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    • brings him into direct contact with all the forces and impulses that
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    • Gabriel epoch were already foreshadowed in the impulses operative in
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    • relationship. It is an age in which the main impulses for the Earth
    • the forces and impulses of the present epoch must hasten to turn to
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    • original impulse was lost years ago.
    • centuries the impulse towards music has been growing and
    • give a musical expression of the Christ Impulse already existed. It
    • the introduction of the Christ Impulse into the phenomenal world where
    • fails to portray the real significance of the Christ Impulse in the Cosmos
    • able to portray this Christ Impulse musically, in tones that are
    • Impulse, for it will reveal purely artistically and intuitively how
    • the Christ Impulse in the Cosmos and the Earth can be awakened
    • Impulse can be found in music. And the dissolution of the
    • Impulse will be revealed externally.
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    • it is time that the impulses we are acquiring from spiritual
    • soul life by permeating ourselves with the impulses of
    • pictorial nature. The life of the artistic impulses given us
    • different impulses in their relationships to one another. The
    • do with impulses that we interpret quite falsely if we go
    • but have to do with the innermost impulses we have to go
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    • IMPULSES OF TRANSFORMATION
    • impulses of transformation present in our era for the
    • our actual theme concerning the impulses of transformation in
    • external impulses, either those of utility, which call for
    • in it as an impulse, to the etheric body. And what happens
    • astral body; there an impulse arises and passes over from the
    • moment the ego sends the impulses of its concept into the
    • impulses into the etheric body. This is why a work of
    • living impulses, then we shall say to ourselves: Within this
    • world of physical desires, man had absorbed impulses which
    • science is itself an initial impulse that will continue to
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    • the inner impulses of the astral body are pressed down into
    • seen what impulses of transformation lie in the knowledge
    • religion, and also art can receive impulses of transformation
    • case of the pictorial and plastic arts the impulses come from
    • case of the arts involving music and speech the impulses come
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    • impulses of transformation in artistic evolution, the moral experience of
    • spiritual-scientific impulses.
    • restoring his impulse to go forward into the next
    • incarnation. Of course an impulse like this can be given in
    • impulses are always there. But I just wanted to show you that
    • impulse to change, an impulse which is breaking in upon
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    • the impulses coming from spiritual science. To absorb
    • bring certain impulses to life in us that a person of today
    • filled with it and your impulses of feeling and will are
    • not just a theory. That is also an impulse of transformation.
    • Tomorrow I will talk about other impulses of
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    • have to follow a purely spiritual impulse as distinct from
    • can see that spiritual science gives us a strong impulse for
    • that contain the impulse to work creatively on Earth in
    • with these subconscious impulses; in fact, there are far more
    • of these subconscious impulses in materialistic humanity of
    • ego we bring ourselves our destiny, and we get the impulses
    • stimulating impulses.
    • that we are striving according to impulses from the spiritual
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    • of the present-day impulses for change is that we acquire
    • dreaming of their will impulses. If you have an impulse of
    • sleep with regard to our desires and the feeling impulses
    • body; everything we do out of will impulse would be followed
    • piece of chalk from the point of view of the will impulse,
    • things to life in all of you and enliven the actual impulses
    • precisely the way to prepare the soul impulses that will lead
    • anyone can see it if they try at all to study the impulses of
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    • seductive impulse to do something, but they resist the temptation and take as
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    • like substance with the divine being that permeates and pulses through the
    • it. The richer the fund of his impulses, the more he has absorbed and the
    • our emotions and impulses and of all the feelings that are aroused by direct
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    • impulses, of which anger is an example, can educate the soul if they are
    • permeate his Consciousness Soul, the impulse to do so must come from within
    • and must penetrate his thinking through and through. This impulse can come
    • and of thinking. Feeling must give the impulse for the verification of
    • thought. What must feeling become if it is to provide an impulse not only for
    • becomes the impulse that will lead us into the unknown, so that the unknown
    • stronger and stronger, one can speak of it as a powerful impulse towards the
    • think about this object. Directly the devotional impulse loses the will to
    • development of the soul through the devotional impulse. To a child the world
    • that are still beyond its understanding, provide a good impulse for higher
    • cleansed its obscure instincts and will-impulses through devotion will
    • an impulse of reverence enters into the education of the young. A blind,
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    • astral body, the bearer of desire and pain, pleasure and sorrow, of impulse
    • great deal that is not present in the plant. He can experience impulses,
    • of our instincts, impulses and cravings, so that it may be a pure, chaste
    • cleansed and purified. The sap of the plant pulses through the red rose and
    • leaves it without impulses or desires; but your impulses and desires must
    • instinct for self-preservation, but from a morbid impulse to annihilate the
    • to bear on them. In all such cases the impulse is always to remain on the old
    • as a spiritual impulse against the adverse currents of the present time. When
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    • naturally, and directly that there could be a question of an egoistic impulse
    • you will find in his counterpart, Mignon. The impulse that shows itself in
    • the same impulse that plagues Wilhelm Meister with so many difficulties when
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    • never been defeated by a sage, being always able to repulse any objections
    • can seem to be only Maya — that is the innermost impulse of
    • powerful impulse to lead the world forward: the Christ, who has given us the
    • impulses of both.
    • powerful impulse for this new way of knowledge was given by Christ
    • recognised more and more widely when the Christ Impulse is better understood.
    • occur only because the greatest impulse and innermost source of Christianity
    • comes about because the deepest impulse in Christianity is not clearly
    • the Christian impulse we have gained precisely what separates Schopenhauer
    • true, realistic Christian impulse, which leads to the reawakening of our
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    • bearer of impulses and emotions; in man the astral body is inwardly deepened
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    • In the same way that we use the inner warmth to make our blood pulse
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    • himself on his way towards becoming man, passions, impulses and desires which
    • attribute to it any desires, passions or impulses which could divert it from
    • passions and impulses which drag him down.
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    • again the thoughts, feelings and impulses that go with a recognition that
    • feelings that impulses to prayer must come. For they are present in the soul
    • shine into the soul. Impulses of will and ideals strange to us spring up in
    • we shall need first to cultivate and cherish the finest feelings and impulses
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    • impulses which will not be affected by whatever transient impressions may
    • his actions he is drawn away from his own impulses by all kinds of influences
    • impulses, which have carried a certain enduring stamp since childhood, will
    • passions, impulses, wishes and desires and simply pursue every wish, every
    • every inclination or impulse, then in his soul something emerges which has
    • may have the strongest, most headstrong impulses in his sentient soul; he
    • When he is alone, he follows his own impulses; even a weak ego will look for
    • instance we turn from foods which stimulate positive impulses in a sort of
    • derive solely from their own impulses and inclinations.
    • foresee but which he, driven by his impulses, is powerless to avert? We are
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    • undifferentiated intermingling of all kinds of will impulses, feelings,
    • inner joy with every exercise, that we fetch the impulse for every exercise
    • from an inner feeling of well-being. The impulses for the exercises should
    • given its impulse from the soul itself or whether it is prompted from the
    • take place which correspond to the inner impulses.
    • the impulse in all its actions to imitate. Then, between the changing of the
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    • significant impulse.
    • impulses. If anyone suffered at the hands of another, the instinct for
    • impulse in the breast of the simplest man, saying, “This you must do
    • voice of God within themselves. For this event brought to mankind the impulse
    • which from all spiritual standpoints must be seen as the greatest impulse
    • ever to enter into the evolution of the earth and man — the impulse we
    • call the Christ-Impulse.
    • Christ-impulse that first made it possible for humanity to realise that God,
    • recognise the Christ-nature if the Christ-Impulse had not entered into
    • was in the West that souls were ripe to grasp and accept this impulse
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    • the fundamental spiritual impulse that guides human evolution has continued
    • physical world, with their purely human qualities and impulses. We look only
    • impulses arising from the inner ego in the widest diversity of characters.
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    • All that gave him the fundamental impulse
    • power of the experiences. An impulse arose in these three
    • Because of these words, the man felt the impulse to say the
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    • then receive information about the continuous impulse of
    • evolution, for example about the truth of the Christ-impulse,
    • impulse; we humans can also think and describe it, if we devote
    • the truths of the Christ-impulse, also other thoughts about the
    • order that the Christ-impulse could stream into the earth's
    • Christ-impulse is brought about in that the suffering is
    • Christ-impulse”. But we can also consider it differently,
    • speaking to him, and he repulsed the attack. He defeated
    • experienced on the road to the Jordan. He also repulsed this
    • repulse the first and the second attacks: the attack by Lucifer
    • But now he could not repulse Ahriman's attack. The fact that he
    • could not totally repulse Ahriman's attack had meaning for the
    • effectiveness of the Christ-impulse on earth.
    • earth received the Christ impulse.
    • The Christ has come. His impulse is
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    • in us as proper impulse for lecturing, if the lecture is to
    • will impulses annoy everybody, and only our feelings
    • not for our will impulses, for that which we, so to speak,
    • thoughts or will impulses — one must really be a kind
    • feeling character is to work into what pulses through our
    • what we say goes into the will impulses of the people, that
    • impulses — then this works upon the people, works upon
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    • same power, out of the same impulse, as does the criticism if
    • desert," unless we see to it that the impulse for a threefold
    • minds as possible. Then practical application of that impulse
    • the impulse that should inspire our work, if that work,
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    • began to ask questions about the nature of the impulses underlying social
    • depression which had so obviously crept into the life and impulses of
    • and that if no spiritual impulse can find its way into the social organism,
    • words perceived the reality of a new spiritual impulse. De Maistre pointed
    • and main to restore to the civilised peoples of Europe impulses that had
    • Greece and Rome. These impulses die down and vanish, and there remain
    • real sense makes no headway. The impulses of an earlier spirituality
    • impulses have been inculcated does the blood now flowing in the veins
    • we find many typical representatives of the forces and impulses working
    • of a new impulse. It is an impulse that mingles with what has come over
    • Such was the impulse living
    • life is regarded by history as being almost negligible. But this impulse
    • A.D. to our own age, and how the impulses of
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    • come from an individual human impulse. Hence he works to bring about
    • country, from the villages that the impulse came which drew the towns
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    • consisting mainly of breathing, pulse, and blood circulation.
    • impulse of will. Every metabolic activity is consciously or
    • impulse of will. Our capacity for movement is also connected
    • happened inwardly when a will impulse moves our arm. We
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    • ancient culture of instinctive clairvoyance, the impulse was
    • to you that the same underlying impulse gives rise on the one
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    • is very similar. In this condition the will impulses are
    • impulses; in a certain sense one is awake while one is
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    • impulses can come to life in us and become really socially
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    • concepts, new notions, and new impulses for social life generally: we
    • of us. We must have them. Such concepts, such impulses, cannot come out
    • pass in review, feelings come and go, impulses of will flash through
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    • able to transform thought into impulses for life? — then one must
    • life as social impulses. One can argue conceptually about contrary world
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    • upon Inspiration. Then we were able to indicate how the impulses proceeding
    • freedom, that within man there do exist impulses that definitely tend
    • toward freedom but that these impulses remain unconscious and instinctive
    • sense-free thinking there can flow impulses to moral action which, because
    • is inwardly transparent, something that no longer receives its impulses
    • but as a reality when moral impulses weave themselves into the fabric
    • of sense-free thinking. These impulses show themselves to be free in
    • deep within man that weaves together the impulses of our moral-social
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    • inclination, an impulse that rumbles within the social upheavals our
    • civilization is undergoing — an impulse that seeks to view the
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    • to arrive at truly inward, clear impulses for three concepts that are
    • one understands that a proper impulse for the functioning of capital can
    • and social impulses as really can buoy up an age so rapidly sinking
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    • deep within the impulses for which humanity is striving. It is these
    • impulses that are now exploding in social cataclysms because they cannot
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    • thinking, and perceiving. And gradually, by means of this rhythmic pulse,
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    • planetary sphere and that in addition a formative impulse
    • impulses, although still mere indications, may be developed
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    • there is nothing real, nothing with an inner impulse of life, which
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    • mere thoughts or abstract will-impulses.
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    • because our moral impulses will later become shining worlds.
    • possessing in its subconscious depths the impulse clearly to long for
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    • impulses and behaviour of animals that it is as I have said.
    • mankind waking up. It is this we ought to take up — this impulse to
    • certain impulses in our time.
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    • complete man, that the impulses of his full manhood underlay every
    • on the polar-bear in such a way that it releases in him an impulse and
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    • small part of the spiritual-scientific impulses which can flow into
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    • Kuenstlerischer Umwandlungsimpulse.
    • external documents but seeks to discern the impulses which
    • does, It recognises inward impulses everywhere.
    • when tracing these impulses on the surface, to hold fast to
    • active, ruling, weaving impulses at work. You come to know
    • is connected with the deepest impulses of that turning-point
    • a new impulse is trying to find its way into human evolution.
    • soul with the impulses which arise from the conviction, that
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    • Kuenstlerischer Umwandlungsimpulse.
    • already elapsed. Yet in the root-impulses at work in these
    • feeling, as a fundamental impulse. He has received, in
    • addition, impulses coming from higher worlds.
    • authoritative; what comes from above into the impulses of men
    • clearly felt — all those impulses which man bears in
    • Figure 1 (a) ] As an impulse coming down from
    • manifest what lives in the impulses of the blood and the
    • impulses in such a way that the forces striving upwards from
    • impulses of the Fifth Post-Atlantean epoch.
    • impulses working in the blood, the nerves, the etheric and
    • The impulse from below upwards in these peoples can be
    • brought about by the impulse of the Mystery of Golgotha. We
    • impulses in man are met by what comes into them from the
    • impulses of ancient times as “Saturnian”.
    • impulse of all connection between the cultures of the Fifth
    • upwards from the fundamental impulses of the human soul and
    • receives from above the impulses that can spring from the
    • easy for you to perceive the impulse that is Sun-like in
    • important impulse of Latin-Italian culture. It need only be
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    • Kuenstlerischer Umwandlungsimpulse.
    • entirely disappeared: it lives on in many impulses that are
    • impulse of ancient Greek culture lights up in French culture.
    • opposition to every impulse, in the East that willed this
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    • Kuenstlerischer Umwandlungsimpulse.
    • the impulses at work in the souls belonging to European
    • world, this upward stretching impulse works especially
    • have not the impulses that were at work in the inner life of
    • nature of his will, when he allows the impulses of the gods
    • to be active in his will. The impulses of the will are the
    • will; it springs from nothing else than the impulses of the
    • raise ourselves above these impulses of the will. But then we
    • the will-impulses is it < — : it is the direction of
    • progression. The direction of the impulses of feelings,
    • what proceeds entirely from the impulses of will. He can do
    • direction of the will impulses < — , and the direction
    • of the feeling-impulses (up), but something else as well. We
    • consciousness. The will impulses belong to the Unconscious;
    • the feeling-impulses are more conscious, but still partly
    • unconscious. The thought-impulses belong to the sphere of
    • impulses of the spheres of feeling and of will to
    • thought-impulses, it is nevertheless one of the most
    • difficult things to fill these impulses with real thoughts.
    • have adequate thoughts about the great impulses at work in
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    • Kuenstlerischer Umwandlungsimpulse.
    • yesterday of the way in which the impulses of Will, Feeling
    • remember, any new impulse in human evolution has always been
    • want to achieve, because it is demanded by the impulses of
    • find a new impulse for the future evolution of humanity.
    • is still not working with truly artistic impulses. But if one
    • we are not working with the true artistic impulses. But if we
    • this impulse; the attempt must be made to portray in colour
    • impulses of Lemurian, Atlantean and our own life, as well as
    • the impulses at work in the cultures of ancient India,
    • essential, therefore, is that the impulse of painting shall
    • will-impulse in man can be experienced in the progression of
    • through its own inherent impulse.
    • another important impulse was given. But. what is thought out
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    • Every artistic impulse lived originally in the moving being
    • afterwards with a reinforcing impulse. Hence when we study
    • impulses of this Spiritual Science can pass over into
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    • full and complete manhood — the impulse of this full
    • upon the polar bear in such a way that an impulse is released
    • impulse to impress these tints through creative imagination
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    • material impulse, or the need to keep our senses open to the
    • formative impulse; that is none other than Reason, which brings
    • instinct in Art, the play-instinct or impulse to play. It
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    • Through your pulse races and chases in feverish beat
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    • will impulses annoy everyone; only our feelings
    • in us as proper impulse for lecturing, if the lecture is to
    • will impulses annoy everybody, and only our feelings
    • not for our will impulses, for that which we, so to speak,
    • thoughts or will impulses — one must really be a kind
    • feeling character is to work into what pulses through our
    • what we say goes into the will impulses of the people, that
    • impulses — then this works upon the people, works upon
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    • same power, out of the same impulse, as does the criticism if
    • desert," unless we see to it that the impulse for a threefold
    • minds as possible. Then practical application of that impulse
    • the impulse that should inspire our work, if that work,
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    • find that the impulses visible in the external course of
    • contains within it forces and impulses of a super-sensible
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    • years. We could say that a large proportion of the impulses,
    • the anthroposophical impulses, which have spread out into the
    • the spiritual life of mankind, from this flowed the impulse
    • the impulses of the present time.
    • great difficulty, dear friends, is the fact that the impulses
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    • it is up to us clearly and truly to follow the impulses that
    • at every opportunity we steep ourselves in whatever impulses
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    • impulses that ought to be given to the Anthroposophical
    • towards sectarianism coming from ancient atavistic impulses
    • but people do bear sectarian impulses within themselves. Thus
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    • of carrying the central impulses further. Thus a matter that
    • further question: How shall we be able to bring this impulse
    • like to work out of the artistic impulses of Anthroposophy
    • different angles, let us hope that the new impulse in the
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    • branches of science impulses of method which lead to certain
    • and capacities will allow. A scientific impulse will have to
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    • shown how this astral body contains the impulse to breathe
    • human organism, with everything that pulses as air through
    • incapable of doing anything to the impulses of the astral
    • of our souls, to keep faith with the spiritual impulses that
    • suffering into the impulse for doing deeds, then shall we
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    • lecture in a way that connects it inwardly, in its impulse,
    • earthly impulses, are demanding something of mankind; a kind
    • true: The proper impulse for what must now go forth from
    • the last few days, be an impulse arising not on the earth but
    • to follow the impulses coming from the spiritual world. In
    • spoken about manifold impulses present in historical
    • spiritual impulses which still have to stream into the
    • appropriate impulses.
    • friends, this encourages me to point out that the impulses we
    • spiritual impulses which then enter into the world of nature
    • impulse into our souls which can carry them away to do strong
    • someone who today becomes a doctor longs for impulses from a
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    • studiously avoided and the anthroposophical impulse confined itself
    • anthroposophical impulse. So the Goetheanum became a means of
    • new impulses were in every realm of life. Much that grew out of the
    • threefold impulse into the Anthroposophical Movement, which was
    • impulse to do so springs from their innermost being. Since they were
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    • moral impulses with the aid of pure thinking, as described in the
    • and an impulse to freedom, which then remained with them during their
    • they not affect our feelings and work on our will impulses? Could it
    • freedom and pure concepts, must be permeated by the Christ impulse.
    • just because the various evolutionary impulses of the human race must
    • gradually be saturated by the Christ impulse. Man must learn to think
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    • In this connection I showed that all truly moral impulses have their
    • for the source of ethical and moral impulses in pure thinking. Then
    • the Mystery of Golgotha and the Christ impulse. The Gospels were
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    • be called a reversing of human will impulses. A person is born into a
    • that his will impulses simply coincide with those of all the rest of
    • against these habitual will impulses that he has adopted from the
    • impulse that drives a person into the Anthroposophical Society is
    • impulse. Since this ethical impulse that has brought him into the
    • on to develop into a religious impulse. What otherwise lives itself
    • religious and will impulses of recent centuries are the very same
    • and religious impulses that have evolved during recent centuries. But
    • impulses and from the religious forms in which man's moral life finds
    • will impulses inward, he must, in other words, strive for the kind of
    • moment, although thoughtlessness is indeed a will impulse of sorts,
    • also flows into one's will impulses, insofar as it has bearing on
    • and to carry the anthroposophical impulse into everyday life and
    • right will impulses. But as I said the last time, the Society has not
    • what impulses are essential to sharing with one's heart in the life
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    • Goetheanum. The impulses from which that sacrifice and devotion
    • includes an impulse to joint activity.
    • must so attune our speaking, our feeling, our thinking, our impulses
    • impulses, conceived in full clarity.
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    • the impulses one receives from them do not make for the highest
    • innermost impulse of anthroposophy cannot be grasped by people
    • impulses will also be a fountainhead of the capacity to love one's
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    • could be achieved only by making the Christ impulse very much alive
    • was of first concern to bring the Christ impulse to life in a way
    • impulse. This was one aspect of the task of religious renewal.
    • But that impulse to
    • by other human beings, and the feeling impulse that can bring this
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    • the aim of our endeavours is the impulse and also the object of our
    • spiritual knowledge is one of the impulses lying at the
    • net of ideas, will-impulses, moral perceptions, and customary actions
    • dwell as vital impulse in all spiritual, in all occult movements.
    • impulse we shall continue the work of explaining the Christ-problem
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    • world? We have these in our feelings, our wishes, impulses, instincts
    • do not stand within our feelings, wishes and impulses etc., by means
    • enter into our inner feelings, impulses, and desires. In what way do
    • our connection with the outer world. But our impulses, desires and
    • desires, impulses, feelings, etc. Only, in life as it is to-day, man
    • impulses and desires. He cannot change the colour of a flower from
    • independent of us. Our wishes and impulses affect it in no way. They
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    • had spun from higher worlds, a mighty new impulse came from the
    • Christ-Impulse. The greatest spiritual Reality entered
    • but also gave him the first great impulse upwards. Naturally this
    • spiritual impulse could not be understood at first, only in the
    • direction. If this is to be changed another impulse must come to give
    • teaching, but the spiritual impulse necessary if the work was to be
    • this unless he has an impulse towards what is spiritual.) We are
    • day. The coming of the Christ-Impulse made this possible. It will
    • Impulse of Christ will in future rise (ausleben) in man in the same
    • for the entrance into humanity of the greatest Spiritual Impulse of
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    • Mysteries? What was their significance towards the Christ-Impulse?
    • What is the fact of greatest importance in the Christ-Impulse? The
    • the Christ-Impulse was drawing near; picture a man of the earlier
    • up within it came first to man through the Impulse of Christ. This
    • which as yet no Impulse had been imparted. At the same time men were
    • Christ-Impulse was approaching. They might have said: —
    • possible to develop; and no impulse has yet come to my ego; my soul
    • Then as the time for the coming of the Christ-Impulse drew near
    • coming of the Christ-Impulse drew near. Everyone who sought for
    • those who desired to receive the Impulse, who longed to leave the
    • all its might towards that Spiritual Impulse. This soul-experience
    • know of the approaching Impulse, about “the path of
    • in him and announced the approach of the Christ-Impulse. It was this
    • gives the first impulse to this development. This is the “Great
    • impulses, which are the instruments of the Fish-initiation, then it
    • impulse in me to move from here to there.” In saying this you
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    • impulse to the further development of mankind.
    • of will very different from the feelings, thoughts and will-impulses
    • because of this contrast that great impulses are born into humanity.
    • in order that an upward impulse could be given to human evolution.
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    • the flesh. With this was given an impulse by which he could gradually
    • Adam or not). Then came the power and impulse that enabled him to
    • receive within him the Christ-Impulse. One day he will again enter
    • he saw what gave man the impulse to rise to super-sensible worlds
    • impulses, etc., and that we feel to be worthy, all this is contained
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    • the Christ Impulse is put before us in the story of a child.
    • Christ-Impulse in this Gospel only goes back to the origin of the
    • on to the Gospel of Mark we meet with the Christ-Impulse directly.
    • foretold the coming of the Christ-Impulse, it describes the baptism
    • the Christ-Impulse, but this time it goes much further back as
    • Christ-Impulse as this passed through the ancient Hebrew people.
    • anything is to be gained from its impulse.
    • and was then filled with impulses of feeling from his heart. Such a
    • our own. Every impulse we feel in our souls must pass through these
    • thinks, or what impulses are in his soul, but that he has the power
    • to bear these impulses with patience to allow them to be baptised by
    • receives into it the Impulse of Christ, we ought to feel that this
    • to realise that the Impulse of Christ according to the Gospel of Mark
    • of the Christ-Impulse.
    • with the Christ-Impulses. This stands before us as a wondrous ideal,
    • to us the meaning of the Christ-Impulse for the human ego. It is very
    • think that the Christ-Impulse could reveal itself again within a
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    • time the Impulse of Christ entered, and that through this Impulse the
    • reached the Christ-Impulse begins to affect it and will continue to
    • result of Impulses which had been given at an earlier time. It was an
    • Christ-Impulse. The Christ-Impulse was poured forth at the beginning
    • has reached its goal. This is an impulse that was imparted once, and
    • perfect stage. There are many such impulses, and also others,
    • and the fifth ages we have the Christ-Impulse. This relation-ship is
    • — overpassing the Christ-Impulse as it were-ideas which had
    • in the religion of Mahomet the Christ-Impulse was at first
    • Europe by way of Spain. If Christianity brought an impulse mainly for
    • the souls of men, then the great Impulse for the human head, for the
    • possible without this Impulse which the Arabs brought to Europe. The
    • on the one hand, so that the Impulse of Christ reaches the people of
    • such an impulse to develop; so that the renewed moon-culture actually
    • Christian civilisation which had received its direct irnpulses by
    • impulses — the Arabian and the direct Christ-Impulse.
    • direct Impulse of Christ, there was poured by spiritual means into
    • the Christ-Impulse. After the Moon-cult had its revival in the
    • when the Christ-Impulse, which continued as the direct stream, has to
    • age of Goethe we have a revival of the Buddha-Impulse (in which
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    • give him power and impulse for his work, and also assurance, solace,
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    • nature of desires and impulses of the human being; that nature which the human
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    • A European impulse came to the American
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    • also feelings, desires, passions, and wishes exist. These desires, wishes, impulses
    • of this higher world, then the wishes, desires, passions and impulses are as
    • impulses, of desires and of passions before us as he awakes as a physical being
    • the passions, desires, wishes and impulses. This world of thoughts, the world
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    • then to give a new impulse, a new impact in the progress of humankind. To the
    • to humankind. However, those know where from these impulses come who can do
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    • art, or are repulsed by what is ugly. What elevates us in works of art
    • moral impulses give a shadow picture of the highest world from which
    • moral impulses for deeds. Through a kind of self-knowledge man can
    • act in a way contrary to a moral impulse that presented itself. In
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    • illusion to assume that in the world outside the same impulse is at
    • driving force bringing order into our moral life. Moral impulses will
    • that there will be a kind of chemistry pervaded by the Christ Impulse,
    • and a kind of botany pervaded by the Christ Impulse, and so on. The
    • Christ Principle, whilst we shall become aware of the Buddha impulse
    • shall not see clearly how to seek the Christ Impulse, nor perceive
    • Similarly, we can see the Christ Impulse in everything that happens
    • fourth epoch, will become reality. What was this mighty impulse of
    • having the impulse to carry it out with enthusiasm. For this really to
    • mature in the human soul, so that a moral impulse does not stop at the
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    • and he put an impulse of will into us that now leads us to such
    • Christ Impulse. Development during the next three thousand years will
    • of the Christ Impulse. From the twentieth century onwards all the
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    • impelled to do this or that, we have an impulse to act. When we
    • take hold of an object, there must always be an impulse within us
    • which induces us to do this. These impulses, moreover, are gradually
    • impulses to bear in connection with everything that we do. When we go
    • life, our will impulses, as something ranging wholly beyond the
    • If we now connect with these three impulses characteristic of the
    • our thought life, our emotions, and our will impulses. If we consider
    • What about the third soul component, the will impulses? There also we
    • vision the good and also the evil will impulses that we have
    • good impulses, one has the feeling: ‘This is something connected with
    • good will impulses present themselves to the soul before the person
    • impulses work before we fall asleep, and we feel that they fructify
    • conceiving. So we must now say of our will impulses: ‘This is not
    • The will impulses are far more intimately connected with our life than
    • any good will impulses during the day, it is as though something of
    • other words, the will impulses are connected with health and disease,
    • and our will impulses, although they are transmuted into actions, are
    • thought life not permeated by will impulses is the least closely
    • But anyone who is able to observe his will impulses feels that they
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    • thought, the realm of emotions, and the realm of will impulses —
    • impulses, and shall ask ourselves: What characteristics must we
    • unfavourably, we may thus indirectly influence our will impulses. We
    • clear to anyone who observes closely, how a will impulse comes about.
    • impulse. When the human being is awake, he is awake in thought, not in
    • wills. Every time that we actually are goaded by an impulse to be
    • impulses. And this can be achieved only through self-mastery,
    • the impulses were given to men from above by the gods, so will man
    • to souls through the word itself heart forces and moral impulses. We
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    • movement is that it gives an impulse for self-education in a way that
    • impulse into the culture of the times. The others cannot even
    • Morality and will impulses are the third element. The man who can look
    • investigation tell us: That will impulses refer us to higher Devachan,
    • morality will develop, that is, the sense for the will impulses.
    • impulses. Such is the connection between the impulses of the different
    • Impulse signifies for our world. It has to be stressed that this
    • Christ Impulse is a living reality that is streaming into mankind, and
    • impulse for new life. Let us take a serious look at this.
    • Impulse because Christ is macrocosmically what our ego is to us
    • mankind to an understanding of the Christ Impulse. All these things
    • to teach men the real nature of the Christ Impulse, and in this age
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    • So mighty and all-pervading was the impulse poured into the evolution
    • impulse was manifested in the incarnation of Christ in a human,
    • physical body. And we are now approaching an epoch when the impulse
    • way of the Christ Impulse we are concerned with ideas which will be
    • Christ Impulse. Hitherto, indeed, such understanding has been lacking.
    • the highest means for enabling the Christ Impulse to be understood in
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    • into the impulses contained in the thinking, — willing and
    • fundamental impulses of Spiritual Science must increasingly find their
    • wisdom in the sphere of thought and to bring forth the new impulse
    • this individuality from whom this impulse originated was Christian
    • quickened in him the new impulse — the impulse which, as a kind
    • This new impulse also came to expression in the exoteric world. The
    • rosicrucian impulse is perceptible to one who is versed in these
    • for the ideas of karma, reincarnation and the like — this impulse
    • Rosicrucianism has within it the impulse by which the demons may and
    • must be countered. Through this impulse the ego is to become supreme
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    • in existence and at that time you had within you the impulses of will
    • soul are the impulses of the will. There are, of course, transitional
    • tendencies in his life of feeling. And because our impulses of will
    • turn to the qualities and moods of feeling and the impulses of will
    • away; we cannot re-experience the stirrings of feelings and impulses
    • of what tumultuous feelings, what teeming impulses of will were
    • qualities of feeling and impulses of will from the period between
    • Rosenkreutz chose us, imparting an impulse of will which leads us now
    • spiritual life which streams and pulses through the world. Theoretical
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    • Mars receiving a fresh impulse to raise it up again. It was somewhat
    • into the depths of materialism, and the Christ Impulse had signified
    • for the Mars culture to receive an upward impulse. That was the
    • this upward impulse could be given to the Mars culture, for the
    • but is utterly dedicated to the work of the Christ impulse. What was
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    • even by occult means. The Deva is an ensouled spirit. The impulses,
    • there developed in the Northern Zone more especially the impulse
    • and bestows on it the impulse for the future.
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    • aware that the sheaths had dammed back the impulses which would have
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    • founder of this impulse in the development of mankind, was one of the
    • which gave the impulse for all later discoveries.
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    • since it is not possible to maintain the high level, the impulse, of
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    • follow law. This inner law must become for man the impulse of life;
    • to build the Temple out of inner impulse, so that the soul streams
    • but he to whom they are the impulse of his life, because his soul is
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    • incarnated in the etheric body. This, as an originating impulse, has
    • this impulse without that other weft, which we have named as the
    • enabled him to desire the Good out of his own impulse. This Spirit
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    • Theosophical Society were to forget that this blood pulses in it,
    • affairs. They never impart anything other than impulses. Whenever we
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    • a new impulse coming into the world. The theme of this ran, that the
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    • impulses are for him one unity — On the higher realms of vision there
    • art, and the religious impulse as well, [all] developed themselves
    • cultural impulses issued precisely from what Freemasonry should be.
    • new impulse was introduced into Freemasonry. And this impulse is that
    • other with gloves on, so that sensual impulses should have nothing to
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    • world of feelings, of impulses of will; but what we form in
    • everyday life as our own view of these emotions, impulses
    • nature of this urge for cruelty, of these impulses to do
    • one may have. The reality shows that the impulse, the urge
    • duty, you are really acting under the impulse to acquire
    • impulse.”
    • than do other processes. There is an impulse in the human
    • his astral body upon his etheric body. This impulse lives
    • root of this impulse for self-enjoyment there lies nothing
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    • forces with the impulses of Spiritual Science ... united
    • as a life of real and vital impulses, born of Spiritual
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    • spiritual forces and impulses, we do not get on well. Here
    • impulses from the fleeting, the objective fleeting
    • strength of will. That gives a will-impulse of a feeling
    • nature, and a feeling-impulse of a will-nature. These we
    • through the strength of our will-impulse we obliterate the
    • oneself, and where one has driven that away, impulses come
    • living witnesses to the profound truth that the impulses of
    • feelings and in their impulses too, that a man is, in
    • its impulses, something that is supersensible, not
    • work. It is possible for supersensible impulses to flow
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    • feelings and based their behaviour on these impulses. In
    • experienced the Christ impulse but in essence carried a kind of
    • pantheistic impulse. Already in the first weeks of their
    • generation to generation, but excluding inner soul impulses —
    • Christianizing impulse. These souls who accepted Christianity
    • result of the then Christianising impulse which they still
    • Christian impulses, how they originated when Christianity in
    • Therefore, what lived in the Christ teaching impulse in the
    • must be permeated by spiritual impulses, then we need not
    • folk egotistic impulses. That is the practical social reaction
    • know nothing about soul-spiritual impulses. — It is an
    • business impulses for people, must make every effort, wherever
    • this regard real depressing impulses are to be found at the
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    • it has had an evil influence, for it has killed moral impulses and has
    • of disbelief are all social impulses, and all these facts work back
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    • come to an understanding of what the impulse for freedom springs from,
    • of the superman. In him there lived the impulse towards an altruistic
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    • due to his life impulses, to become a materialist, and what is the position
    • of a person who feels driven by his life impulses to become an idealist
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    • is active in free spirituality in the human individual, as an impulse
    • of will, an impulse to act. In the latter case the thinking process
    • I pointed out that moral impulses are Intuitions taken from a spiritual
    • impulses to act out of the very depth of his being, then it is necessary
    • intuitive experience of moral impulses.
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    • the sphere that is responsible for moral and ethical impulses in our
    • impulses within us that we call moral, impulses that then flow out into
    • the social life. We see these impulses as bearing within them the pulse
    • like froth and bubbles, and like froth and bubbles moral impulses shall
    • nature, if we look for the actual impulse, the ethical motivation in
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    • Mystery Truths and the Christmas Impulse,
    • Mysterienwahrheiten und Weihnachtsimpulse.
    • we have sought only in the stars, to that impulse which now
    • him who is to be a new impulse for humanity; through this we
    • the impulse of the Christ. When the cosmic symbol of world
    • writing because an impulse drove me to read the New Testament
    • impulse coming from the cosmos to unite itself with earthly
    • can proceed from effect to impulse and in the impulse find the
    • generations, all the impulses with their combined activity,
    • cosmic soul that streams and pulses through this turning point
    • only express as Christmas impulse those forces that the next
    • generation will experience as Easter impulse. If we could
    • say, “I have received an impulse for work that extends
    • this is the true cycle of an impulse that I have implanted in
    • the soul of a child as a Christmas impulse, and that after
    • impulse.”
    • impulses of hatred among humanity. Those who for so long have
    • bring its deepest impulses of soul as sacrifice to that being
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    • his impulses and instincts first of all and follows a purely
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    • his piety stands on weak feet. The divine being put the impulse
    • be a sin against this impulse if one did not live researching.
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    • bearer of joy and sorrow, of desires, impulses and passions, of
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    • feelings, sensations, will impulses, and desires in our souls,
    • and will impulses that correspond to the objective of the
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    • associates this whole impulse of his life with the progress and
    • karma. Just as little, he gets to the inner impulse of the soul
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    • the third member, the carrier of instincts, impulses, passions,
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    • Life's pulses beat with fresh vitality
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    • everything original in the impulses of the human beings.
    • of moral sensations and conscience out of the impulses and
    • out more and more that humanity recognises the big impulses and
    • Christ impulse again, the illnesses would be overcome. On
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    • strong Christ impulse occurred that could work stronger here
    • biggest impulse, who finds a relationship to Christ can know:
    • the Christ impulse can flow into the human soul. Thereby it
    • did by the Christ impulse. Let us go again back to the old
    • mysteries of the later time, which the Christ impulse
    • emotions and sensations, impulses and desires are purified. The
    • physical body, he experiences all will impulses penetrating the
    • Flos the symbol of the human soul that has accepted the impulse
    • the ego-impulse into the red blood. However, one regarded the
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    • we rediscover the impulses of the rest of the world.
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    • eurythmist. It is from feeling and experience of the impulse towards
    • — or whether you feel: A humanly-felt impulse is situated here in the
    • is made of transferring the inner impulse of feeling from collar-bone
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    • from the will, whereas in piano the will-impulse is lacking. Here, then,
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    • moral impulses of a simple, unschooled conscience. Still, we
    • than our thoughts. Yet these impulses that well up from the
    • nuances. Moral and religious impulses appear; we pass through
    • images: they don't do anything, they don't act as impulses on
    • reality. It is moral intuitions that can act as impulses. So,
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    • how necessary it is to recall the great will-impulses of earlier times,
    • to recall Hegel's and Goethe's impulses of will, in order to perceive
    • One really has an impulse to jump about for the sake of demonstrating
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    • reflection is imperfect insofar as all kinds of impulses are combined
    • perceived. Therefore, when we form an impulse into concepts, it can
    • be an impulse to freedom. That is what I attempted to develop at greater
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    • I have often mentioned the fact that we can derive the right impulses
    • another. But if we are intent upon deriving the right impulses from
    • in a future incarnation. On the other hand, the will impulses of those
    • the nature of the impulses that come from this etheric body find support
    • in them for the artistic impulses to be lived out here.
    • for us a seeking out of impulses that flow into us as soul-warmth,
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    • our feelings, our impulses of will are restricted to ourselves alone.
    • to enter totally seriously into the inner impulses of our spiritual
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    • picture, any soul impulse, and to put it in the centre of his
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    • development by its own impulse and activity. From the
    • impulse to immerse oneself in the forever imperishable in that
    • any lack of moral impulses arise from the antisophical mood.
    • finds the impulses of life in the outer and moral fields.
    • duties, about the impulses of life can flow to the soul
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    • emerges as religion in the human soul, from which impulses of
    • pronounced clearly that an impulse manifests in the human
    • development of this impulse in the different religions and
    • impulses not only referring to external sense impressions but
    • impulses into the religious life and penetrate the human being
    • send their impulses in the human astral body, which one can
    • impulse had to come. We call it the Christ impulse, which
    • impulse, as there can only be one centre of mass of a balance.
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    • impulses for ourselves and our surroundings, and one asks
    • did not have the impulses to do this or that, to accomplish
    • With any impulse of will we bring our body into the field, so
    • Otherwise, you are used if you have an impulse of will to bring
    • impulse of will stirs. We feel impulses of will always
    • plays a part in the will impulse. This causes a certain inner
    • the will impulses on the one side, the moral-social order on
    • wrong; one distinguishes the moral rules from the will impulses
    • will impulses. You experience what one often calls the inner
    • cognition that this has its inner moral impulses at any price;
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    • expressed this impulse that way and his words shall close our
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    • obligations and impulses shine into life as it were for a big
    • of moral impulses shines into the human souls.
    • inside the human being are the moral impulses which are
    • that gives him the impulse not to regard his being as a
    • compared with the moral impulses. This is why Kant (Immanuel
    • if one leaves it to its innermost impulses
    • only the single follows those impulses that are directed
    • that he follows those impulses that are directed to the whole
    • impulses can originate.
    • visit the forces and impulses in the human soul that make the
    • forms the basis of the moral impulses as forces.
    • impulses of the human nature in compassion and empathy in his
    • could bring in many such examples: indeed, the impulse
    • is just a given, because one cannot find the impulses of the
    • ethical in the sensory world, to look for these impulses in the
    • knowledge and the moral impulses, ideas and mental pictures?
    • The moral impulses present themselves in
    • corresponds to a moral impulse, a moral action, or even only to
    • the spiritual worlds notices how the moral impulses have a
    • impulses that the significant psychologist Franz Brentano
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    • which does not give knowledge, however, an impulse to which the
    • attain no knowledge about itself already under the impulse of
    • impulses of the human soul demand that the soul finds a
    • where from the human being got his impulses, he saw something
    • allegory. However, just from poetic impulses one has to say
    • Just from the poetic impulses, I would like to say, I do not
    • feel which face the pulse of time in such a way that they do
    • not hear it beating, but feel in the pulse of their own blood
    • deepest impulses arise in the human soul. If we pursue the
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    • circumstances? He acts based on outer impressions or impulses.
    • impulses and sensations; but what comes up to him from
    • world does not supply the impulses? Which impulses can work
    • that it must be a comprehensive impulse, so that it fulfils the
    • soul with a comprehensively working force. This is the impulse
    • driven by inner impulses. Spiritual science supplies a treasure
    • of action if the impulses are spiritual and with it to the
    • memory, we bring the impulses of the human ability of love in
    • those impulses, which enter with spiritual science in the
    • more human beings note the fertile impulse of spiritual science
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    • an arm, the child will immediately feel an impulse to make a
    • experience that pulses through the child's imitation as its
    • impulses of its later destiny. However strange it may sound,
    • inner soul impulse.
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    • scene for the most important impulses of later life, and that
    • impulses already implanted during the first seven years. They
    • have to direct these impulses toward what is likely to be
    • helping oneself, but where existing impulses have to be worked
    • inborn and natural impulse. Play activity streams outward from
    • working — artistic impulses that allow the child to
    • impulses. So far nothing has been said in my lectures about
    • pedagogical impulses scrutinized here, the necessity of
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    • teachers stand at the forefront of bringing new impulses into
    • moral impulses originate in love, as was described. For nothing
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    • pulse through the lessons when the human structure is
    • school. According to one of its pedagogical impulses, it is not
    • it possible to apply educational impulses whatever the outer
    • a fundamental religious impulse, with an intensely Christian
    • impulse. Certain experiences of old, no longer known to the
    • impulses, which can be implanted only during childhood, are for
    • impulses to be immersed into the soft and pliable organism of
    • fundamental principles and impulses, flowing from
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    • example to show that, if any impulses in one or another
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    • been established to-day between the impulses of production and
    • impulse of all production, the personal ability, was being
    • will impulse of individualism is active. In actual fact, all
    • but social impulses. There is no objectivity in the
    • everything is placed into the immediate impulse of the
    • different conditions simply follows his basic impulses. And in
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    • always passed on the impulse of creation to others. Time was so imagined
    • always gave the impulse to the one following; the following was ever,
    • the Earth-future must develop inner concepts, inner impulses representing:
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    • to make us pure spirits and to cast away the earthly impulse. Moreover
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    • of their speaking was inspired by immediate impulses which came to them
    • course since the Mystery of Golgotha, those impulses which formerly had
    • conceptions now formed inwardly but also our impulses come from within.
    • Christ-Impulse has flowed into the spiritual substance of the earth,
    • Christ-Impulse, which is to be found in the human soul. Humanity has
    • come ‘of age.’ Impulses which formerly had to come from
    • at the last to understand more and more the Christ-Impulse which is
    • ultimately realizes is a gift to him through the Christ-Impulse which
    • has entered earth evolution. He realizes this Christ-Impulse in such a
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    • part of his being it will become an impulse from the spiritual world to
    • presented as the years went on, that the different impulses might only
    • Lucifer has such power, and it is really the magnetic impulse of
    • that I must consider of value? He who takes the Christ-Impulse into
    • condition of being filled with the Christ Impulse. And why? Because he
    • who is really permeated with the Christ Impulse feels that in the
    • life, there lies this Christ-Impulse as the assurance and the guarantee
    • this Christ-Impulse in respect of all that cannot be realized in the
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    • impels us to look up to mighty impulses flowing through human evolution.
    • certainly, by the Christ Impulse but appearing at first in premature
    • death, and that the chief impulses working upon it are distributed in
    • impulses. Jahve, active from the spiritual world, transforms his talents;
    • world as the Christ Impulse. One touches upon a tremendously important
    • the Christ Impulse that we can feel working within us in our fully conscious
    • am I to experience the Christ Impulse in my own soul?” This question
    • call the Christ Impulse does not become rooted in our souls in a moment,
    • Impulse for this age, has been brought to him. He will perceive the
    • new Impulse if only he is attentive.
    • can also observe that immediately there is an impulse moving within
    • Christ Impulse. No one will find it easy to lie, or to be casual about
    • second aspect of the Christ Impulse.
    • experienced the third aspect of the Christ Impulse. This is the goal
    • midst of the impulses of cosmic evolution. We can feel ourselves united
    • with those divine impulses; we can understand them and draw power for
    • As He creates the impulse
    • light for our darkness and helplessness, through the impulses coming
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    • mood, a Christmas impulse, must now be sought anew by mankind. What
    • sense — if a true impulse is to be reawakened that will lead human
    • more deeply into cosmic reality, an earth impulse, the most profound
    • of all earth impulses, was given at the time of the birth of Christianity,
    • is in relation to the newborn Impulse that is now entering world evolution
    • submit to these things unconsciously. From world impulses shadows remain
    • completely unique character of the Christ Impulse itself must be realized.
    • today among men, will feel an impulse to seek the light. He should attach
    • some importance to this impulse in his soul, not listen to those who
    • in itself in its thoughts, sensations, feelings, and will-impulses what
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    • Distribution of Man's Inner Impulses in the Course of His Life
    • Distribution of Man's Inner Impulses in theCourse of His Life,
    • we shall be compelled to ascribe these in large measure to the impulses
    • which affect mankind through the hereditary stream; that when such impulses
    • luciferic. Moreover, in our present epoch these impulses will only be
    • of his earthly life the essential impulse for equality. This shows that
    • in the second half; that both these impulses are active throughout life,
    • this impulse in relation to the innermost kernel of man's being. Perhaps
    • from unfreedom to freedom. And the way the impulse for freedom is conceived
    • that more and more impulses are growing in him that make it possible
    • Thus the impulse for equality
    • That is to say, the impulse for equality has a descending development.
    • of the impulse for equality, and it moves in a descending curve. With
    • the impulse for freedom the reverse is true. Freedom moves in an ascending
    • to human life, a man develops the impulse for freedom increasingly up
    • lifetime that he develops the impulse toward freedom, and he then enters
    • of this impulse for freedom that he could attain in the course of his
    • but only when we know that the impulse for equality reaches its culmination
    • at the beginning of life, and the impulse toward freedom at the end.
    • The third impulse, fraternity,
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    • point to the impulses from which Christianity developed. We could see
    • the world!”: that was the impulse, one might say; and that impulse
    • some impulse of our true ego enters into us. But what in us we call
    • that we learn to recognize the Mystery of Golgotha as an Impulse that
    • of childhood. This hollow space has been filled by the Christ Impulse.
    • hollowed out, as it were, (blue) The Christ Impulse descends (lilac)
    • and fills the empty space. The Christ Impulse is not to be conceived
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    • comprehending their conception of the world, their impulses to act:
    • that if we ask what impulses, what forces are active in the evolution
    • by other impulses, will realize that indeed very much has happened in
    • impulses of will. But man experiences these will-impulses as little
    • with the other pole, the pole of the will, with those human impulses
    • of humanity the impulse for freedom is struggling upward in the development
    • Earlier times were not ready to awaken humanity to a real impulse for
    • impulse for freedom accompanies this outer, objective fact of evolution.
    • of the impulse for freedom. An understanding of this impulse is being
    • But this impulse can only
    • that before the age of the consciousness soul every impulse was instinctive.
    • no real impulses can exist. (The contemporary scientific concepts show
    • to have reflections, the impulse for freedom can be developed at the
    • him. He is able in this age to develop his impulse for freedom. This
    • directly out of the impulses of the present — anything of this
    • ancient revelations has been transformed into an impulse which is experienced
    • impulse that is needed — but only one kind, because it is not
    • within the depths of men's souls of the impulse for freedom—a
    • impulses are now present in Russia, this fact will become so potent
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    • and is developing the impulse in himself toward understanding.
    • external history — that when the Christ Impulse entered the world,
    • centuries an effort was made to understand the Christ Impulse and its
    • gnostic concepts, divested of their gnostic impulse, and given to the
    • toward it. The consequence was that a true relation to the Christ Impulse,
    • for it is connected with all the evolutionary impulses of which I have
    • century into the fifteenth. A strange impulse, a strange longing —
    • how a certain force, a certain impulse — the Isis impulse, the
    • Persephone impulse — as the impulse of Natura (for that
    • command of the Goddess Natura, the impulse was given him to practice
    • sanguine impulses, and how people are differentiated externally when
    • one of these four impulses predominates. Thereby one penetrates more
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    • take into your souls today as a kind of social impulse, is this, that
    • receive the impulses of spiritual science into ourselves livingly, then
    • however, you will feel the need for anthroposophical impulses to be
    • or from the standpoint of anthroposophical impulses. From an external
    • human souls, human minds, when mankind is ready to accept the impulses
    • saying about the material impulses that are actively working, is indeed
    • heard if only materialistic impulses were working in the world, in human
    • that has now made the world come to an end! New impulses do not come
    • from that source. New impulses come from the spiritual world. They do
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    • What are the deeper impulses that brought mankind to today's catastrophic
    • events? Particularly, and more important, what are the deeper impulses
    • would allow only old elements and impulses to enter human consciousness.
    • we are always placing such great emphasis on the Christ Impulse. For
    • the Christ Impulse stands in the direct line of formative thinking.
    • be given the possibility to reach beyond their anti-social impulses
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    • impulse only in your lectures; outside the lectures, you embrace impulses
    • movement must be governed by Christian impulses; your relationships
    • themselves according to the Christ impulse, they would still get these
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    • very different in its impulses and its whole way of thinking, feeling,
    • of vanity. The basic impulse behind his conduct, his whole way of being,
    • drives and impulses, other people are offended, though not necessarily
    • to certain specific impulses of spiritual science. I do not want to
    • to the central impulses of spiritual science.
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    • in a dream and reveals in disguised form an impulse that had an effect
    • which the forbidden impulse may adopt. Any fresh advance made by the
    • of aberrations resulting from other all-too-human impulses.
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    • impulse in scientific activity.
    • of impulses that affect people in the early years of their life and
    • in everyday life our choice of truths is dictated by emotional impulses,
    • by impulses provided for us on the physical plane through our karma
    • discipline, and doing away with any unrestrained emotional impulses
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    • history as being imbued with spiritual impulses, and who therefore tries
    • is, as a soul at one with the spiritual pulse and flow of higher worlds.
    • can conceal their innermost impulses. He might also say that he finds
    • out of its own fundamental impulses, it is forced to conclude that what
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    • point of departure. Rather than incorporating our own subjective impulses
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    • natural sciences, but not the waking one in whom impulses,
    • contemplating or he contemplates his moral impulses and takes
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    • impulses of human evolution which the outer history reports,
    • forces and impulses. In order to imagine this, we want only
    • as it were a new impulse should work; a new force should appear
    • them what should be planted as impulses into the human
    • no other impulse than the others starved, not only to take part
    • recognise about the impulse that was transferred from Elijah to
    • that the biggest impulse of the evolution of world and man had
    • Elijah and his time that the impulses and causes in human
    • important to us: to the reasons and impulses which were working
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    • impulses consciously in the centre of his soul life, he can
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    • own development to work as an impulse in humanity. Thus gnosis
    • humanity as a new impulse of something that was never there
    • impulse from the spiritual world intervenes directly in the
    • science did not feel called to penetrate into those impulses
    • spiritual impulses. Thus the question of the origin and
    • development of the human being, in which the Christ impulse
    • impulse has survived like a further development of old gnostic
    • as an impulse caused by social imagination.
    • because in the human development spiritual impulses, spiritual
    • the human souls, were the expression of being-like impulses
    • show that the Christian impulse positions itself in the human
    • thing sends rays of immense power and forms an impulse for the
    • the actual significance of the Christ impulse. Not before one
    • what came by the Christ impulse into the human
    • happened by the Christ impulse in world history, we have to
    • Christianity, the just described Christ impulse brought to the
    • Christ impulse. That this Christ impulse could enter into
    • and impulses of world history as realities. One has to break
    • concept of the Christ impulse in the world.
    • has taken up here. The Christ impulse has freed humanity from
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    • in which humanity had to follow moral impulses and commandments
    • around more and more to grasping the good as an own impulse of
    • impulses during it, how does it comply with the sense of human
    • age. In the Greek-Roman epoch one felt the impulse that
    • regards the Christ impulse as that by which the human ego
    • receives the impulse to settle in the spiritual in future again
    • impulse — characterised from another viewpoint in the previous
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    • impulse, although those did not understand him who believed to
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    • impulses of education as it were up to a certain degree of
    • authority is the most significant impulse of education for
    • impersonal ideal, so to a purely spiritual educational impulse
    • impulse which is also for the young human being in such a way
    • that he takes it as an ideal from the great impulses of world
    • impulses are founded upon an ideal, upon the relation to
    • impulses as something strange, he looks up to them.
    • spoken of the educational impulses for the first years, and in
    • educator, one has to assume that the impulses of that are in
    • world. The most important impulses for it are not given,
    • characterised as an impulse which limits life instead of
    • and an impulse appears in us that reflects his grief or joy in
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    • intermingled with the impulses which he got from these
    • Gobineau regarded that as the impulses for the decadent
    • outwards, that it becomes impulses which change the outer
    • impulse for the outer civilisation. However, for it the
    • impulses will be there for the progress of humanity, and
    • embryonically in itself and has no other life impulses in the
    • portents of this extinction are all those impulses that balance
    • and if he knows that this gets the forces and impulses from the
    • impulses from dark soul depths has worked on my body when it
    • that lives which can take up new impulses which becomes more
    • shell, so that the impulse arises from a strong will not to
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    • modern life, and which has, on the other hand, obtained the inner impulse
    • anything to do with the impulse of thought, is nevertheless: based upon
    • the impulse of thought.
    • will find that with only one exception, a truly scientific impulse has
    • never become a world-historical impulse. Investigate things everywhere
    • and try to discover the real impulses, and you find that these impulses
    • but an international impulse, and now they continue to live in Russian
    • highest wisdom to absorb the historically powerful impulse of Christianity.
    • The strong impulse of Christianity (I have spoken of this recently) was
    • the fact that the strongest impulse in history could not be absorbed
    • epoch; this impulse could instead be absorbed by men who were apparently
    • strong historical impulse which must now be received. This impulse is far
    • intelligence. What now separates the bearer of spiritual impulses from
    • the masses which are able to receive these impulses, are not the masses
    • everything else is a clear admission of the fact that the true impulses
    • unfree, dependent people in need of guidance; these impulses can reach
    • came to the fore, as it were, and they absorbed the very impulses which
    • because people do not go back to the original impulses. This calls for
    • be considered as goods”, for other impulses, not the value of
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    • the consciousness-soul. This is the inner impulse of the forces which
    • it can only be arrested so long as the old bourgeois-democratic impulses,
    • this way, whereas in these countries it is clearly evident that impulses
    • the impulses of a threefold structure to work together!
    • true impulse (and how many impulses there are!) is that human labour
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    • impulses necessarily fall away, remain unnoticed. Of course, when such
    • the law of cause and effect, then the impulse which must in one case
    • be designated as impulse of health, and in the other case as the impulse
    • moral impulses were connected with economic life in those days of simple
    • with deeper human impulses, and these are beginning to work in the present
    • deepest impulses of the human soul. This lack interest in the deeper
    • about Ahriman! Let Ahriman be Ahriman; I devote myself to the impulses
    • linked together during the life between birth and death, at the impulses
    • in external physical life, with the impulses contained in the external
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    • impulses, spiritual potentialities, now influence the development of
    • the strength of the impulses which influence the development of modern
    • e gained from man's moral, ethical impulses: when socialists set about
    • the power o f ethical impulses. This distrust is a sediment, as it were,
    • believe that the ruling classes can in any way contribute moral impulses,
    • or even spiritual impulses, towards the solution of the social problem.
    • the ruling classes were guided by moral impulses when striving to improve
    • of moral or spiritual impulses. This will spread more and more. For
    • much importance to the real power of moral impulses. They do, of course,
    • talk a lot of such moral impulses, but the way in which things manifest
    • many unctious or not unctious, pathetic or not pathetic impulses and
    • ethical thought has, in a certain way, withdrawn from the impulses which
    • no moral impulses.
    • moral impulse can take hold of men. The economic order which thus results,
    • no true impulse can penetrate into the social life of men and it will
    • applies to the other impulses within the social organism.
    • the present, to spread the ideas, feelings and will impulses which can
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    • Where is such a will impulse? Such a will impulse simply
    • subordinate will impulses engaged in the nutritional
    • bodily process. What comes from the will impulse comes out of
    • the will impulse is perceived by the motor nerve which is a
    • know nothing about subtler will impulses that still are real
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    • in such a way if one knows that the will impulses are to be
    • will impulse does not live only in the outer physical
    • metabolism if a will impulse takes place.
    • Spiritual science shows now that in the will impulse just the
    • one, the will impulse arises from the mental-spiritual, then
    • impulses, even to cause the withdrawal of the etheric body from
    • projects into the physical-bodily. If a will impulse penetrates
    • transition originates of a will impulse to any bodily movement.
    • should just consist of the fact that a will impulse of which
    • spiritual-mental of the will impulses down to the
    • will impulses within the visions. Because the will impulses are
    • the dream that the soul becomes aware of these will impulses,
    • the spiritual-mental, of the will impulses.
    • which colours the soul life from certain rational impulses the
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    • the good that one has to follow the good impulses, and if the
    • sensations and will impulses, the usual life, the social life
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    • tools of thinking, imagination, feeling, and will-impulses are
    • authoritative. Today it requires more serious impulses in order
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    • pains, and sufferings, also the will-impulses sink down as it
    • duller and he feels finally how the will impulses are
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    • get an impulse to ascend to the spiritual world. We understand
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    • will-impulses, to that what does not rest more or less
    • realm of the will-impulses to the mental. Hence, one can find
    • feelings and will-impulses. -- Certainly, it is easier, more
    • sphere, a sum of will-impulses originate that shape his
    • spiritual-scientific impulse wanted to believe that he could
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    • impulses have a lasting effect, which started from Moses. We
    • understanding of Moses's impulse becomes quite necessary to us.
    • single of them completely as an impulse in the human
    • life received its first impulse from Moses, hence, the feeling
    • that the impulse of Moses still keeps on working in our own
    • Moses had the first intellectualistic impulse, but it was still
    • clairvoyance with him. With him, it was the first new impulse
    • which the peoples got the impulse by Moses. One cannot
    • generation. Hence, what Moses should give as the impulse of an
    • still give the impulse from the clairvoyant consciousness.
    • clairvoyance of Moses could give the impulse; however, it could
    • connection with the source of life. However, the Christ impulse
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    • impulses. It had come over from the Atlantean culture that was
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    • impulses, desires, and passions in our inside, the whole astral
    • transient. He refines his impulses and desires, his passions,
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    • possible: in a social living together, the impulse of working
    • impulse of his work. Somebody does not create anything real
    • his work with pleasure and willing. Thus, the impulse of work
    • wake such impulses in the human being that he does no longer
    • — that also this desire and impulse came into the human
    • must understand that the impulses of spiritual science could
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    • However, a plant does not have impulses, desires, and passions.
    • impulses, desires and passions begin, one speaks of the third
    • who was master of all impulses and desires in his astral body.
    • other cultural means, namely the religious impulses of humanity
    • religious impulses, it works into the etheric body.
    • impulses, in industrial matters, in the law. As the soul
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    • forces, which gave him the impulses of his intentions, of his
    • impulses, passions, and instincts as the human being, but that
    • these impulses and passions are the origin of the encasing
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    • thinking. Try once to let the regular of your pulse and your
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    • definitely for that which lies in the impulse actually
    • impulse of Middle Europe, in contrast to the so-called
    • impulses lay in this Goethe. But let us see what
    • about Goethe know nothing at all of the deepest impulses
    • Goetheanism, asking from an impulse that became more and
    • the symptoms — what really pulses underground!
    • the general growth of spiritual impulses, so dreadfully
    • the intellect; we need impulses that are related to
    • impulses of social life. In order to make myself better
    • impulses in a larger sense. Only within the social
    • social impulses they may have. That stands on reality
    • impulses in outer reality seems to me like someone who
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    • science, conceptions of right, the ethical impulses of
    • and science, in the impulses of education, as a
    • and science, in educational impulses, we cannot grasp it
    • different when we manifest those life impulses which we
    • right, but impulses of right for life; not inner ethical
    • ideas, but ethical impulses for life, that are active
    • Rights-impulses are only present when men do business
    • through which we express ethical impulses, impulses of
    • man impulses of right, ethical impulses, on a
    • arises out of impulses which we bring from the spiritual
    • experiments — there would be no impulse for
    • bring impulses through birth into physical life out of
    • or outer ethical impulses; there, everything is regulated
    • through inner soul impulses. It is just the opposite here
    • world we lose those deep impulses that are alive in the
    • birth we have lost the impulses of the spiritual world.
    • life, often following mere impulses and instincts.
    • State-impulses, etc. And in that he is submerged in
    • human impulses. To men capable of perception this shows
    • made undeniably out of the impulses of the time. Mauthner
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    • enormously important impulses of human evolution. In my
    • thought, feeling, and will, of the fundamental impulse of
    • may not seek thought impulses today for a new social
    • even social impulses out of the age that is dawning, out
    • of the impulses that are just arising, the impulses of
    • real social impulses. Then when they are found,
    • impulse for our will. Then we will be able to establish
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    • through an impulse of thought. It could very easily
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    • their astral bodies gradually, already with the usual impulses
    • stronger impulses are necessary than for the change of the
    • has such strong impulses and can already have them if he
    • These impulses not only have effects on the astral body, but they
    • Michelangelo, and an impulse of the everlasting penetrates us
    • due to the colours. However, the strongest impulses are the
    • initiation consists in the impulses that purify the human
    • etheric body. Then these impulses go on purifying the physical
    • will impulses of the soul. However, the soul can be only
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    • thoughts, and impulses in the souls have no influence on life
    • thinking, but also to the feeling and the impulses that have
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    • impulses of life, comes very soon to the insight that one can
    • If you recognise the impulses by which these human beings are
    • and human will-impulses. We must put the sentence: the human
    • accompanied the rhythm. The impulses, which one can compare to
    • performs as a work he works from an impulse towards the thing.
    • impulse, which can replace it? Let us look at the time when
    • simply to the past, when joy and love were still the impulses
    • What can replace it? How can joy and love become impulses of
    • will argue, create impulses for a work that is dirty, bad, and
    • hideous! — There are such impulses. Remember only what mothers
    • to human being. Not before any human being finds the impulse
    • for his activity from the deepest impulses which only a
    • to create real impulses for a future development in the sense
    • impulse what any occult science knows since immemorial times.
    • longer provide any moral impulse. Reflect once how one speaks
    • themselves mutually. The impulse of working is not allowed to
    • beings need this work, it is an impulse for the work that can
    • induce me to a merry song. However, we must have the impulses
    • realise that that what must become the impulse of our work must
    • the fact that any single human being has the impulses from
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    • according to vague, instinctive impulses, but to clear ideas
    • of thought, feeling and will-impulses stronger and stronger
    • than feelings and will-impulses can be strengthened by any
    • meditation of thoughts, feelings, and will-impulses make the
    • feelings and the will-impulses more powerful. We can show how
    • will-impulses according to certain methodical regulations — in
    • soul feels as an impulse. The human being will perform his work
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    • have often shown here how all the thoughts, aspirations and impulses
    • From such impulses arose the
    • about day-to-day demands, a greater impulse must arise towards an outlook
    • war was taking a decisive turn, I tried to help, on this necessary impulse
    • of objections — that with this impulses are given to all the States;
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    • the many people today whose social impulses are strong.
    • whom social impulses are flashing up have very often only primitive
    • a social impulse. What many people say today of Christ is intrinsically
    • from the political State to become fruitful and full of impulse for
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    • the impulse is spreading widely. This movement, however, is also extended
    • bourgeoisie began, then the State will have received an impulse in the
    • own outlooks and impulses, they will have been able to make of the bourgeois
    • with its impulses. And men must receive this as something spiritual.
    • by men receiving into themselves spiritual impulses as spiritual knowledge,
    • us to say that what is fundamental in the impulses developed by the
    • modern social movement is that these impulses are full of a thinking
    • thinks. Once this is understood it gives the initial impulse towards
    • the greater will be the impulse to work for what will lead to the salvation
    • impulses, the emotions, of the proletariat, but their thinking is entirely
    • Therefore it is so infinitely important that when once these impulses
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    • sway impulses directed to quite different aims. This truth is particularly
    • in its depths, where impulses not present in consciousness today are
    • What makes the impulses
    • between the proletariat's conscious efforts and their unconscious impulses
    • to possess this element that, as an impulse of the soul, was previously
    • in the depths of men's souls slumbering, unconscious impulses are striving
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    • three impulses behind the modern proletariat movement — first, the
    • mankind as a deep yearning, namely, the impulse towards freedom of thought.
    • the underlying social impulses. Having had all this before our souls
    • entirely from the impulse of the ego is not able to find the social
    • is sufficiently strong impulse within the human life of soul to develop
    • materialism, it is out of the inner life that, as historical impulse,
    • Thus, all the impulses holding
    • with the only impulses essential for a sound socialistic ordering of
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    • impulses out of the spiritual world. For what has become estranged from
    • and impulses flowing into social life must be found. That is why the
    • to a great many people today may seem merely an impulse towards cultural
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    • out of the spiritual worlds, into the impulse behind all thoughts. Through
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    • impulse of this kind, experiences in his thinking a certain inner
    • supersensible impulse, but that this thinking is taken up by a different
    • reality. He continued Hegel's impulse and materialised it. Thus the basic
    • us on as an impulse to the moral, does not come from the spiritual world.
    • originate from the impulses of Spiritual Science. I should like to try to
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    • artistic fantasy he has the impulse to strive after the
    • tendencies, in their impulses, there is in Goethe, in Schiller,
    • It was only that Schiller allowed the same impulses to flow
    • respect to the blood of the soul which pulses through
    • special complication of karmic impulses, of impulses of
    • course in such a way that we may say: An impulse which exists
    • this Roman transformation, a third impulse, coming
    • by a strong magnetic tie. This also gives us the strong impulse
    • impulse of the will when the astral body also is very strongly
    • downward like gravity, also brought with it the impulse,
    • received the impulse — and not only the impulse but the
    • influenced by Shakespeare's dramatic impulses, but he
    • Thus we see how the original karmic impulse which lived in
    • the impulse given by Goethe to the conception of Nature —
    • rhythm which betrays an inner impulse, just as the rhythm of
    • waking and sleeping in man betrays an inner impulse. In a life
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    • inspired by mere human impulses like the leading
    • acquisitive impulse, with this as the balancing and
    • impulses that rise to spiritual regions. Not that this is the
    • different impulses. These will truly be no worse than the good
    • old impulses of trade and craft and calling; but the latter
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    • and he could employ these forces for his powerful thoughts and impulses,
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    • must be seen as symbols, and that far deeper impulses are at work in
    • the world. These deeper impulses can be difficult to discern and spiritual
    • Spir comes to the realization, out of an elemental natural impulse as
    • aware of the kind of impulses that are at work in our time. Impulses
    • of which we all partake. I shall mention just two such impulses.
    • One impulse is noticeable
    • His inner life is so entangled in conflicting impulses that it is no
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    • and willing the impulses needed at the present time. That spiritual
    • impulses are needed must be obvious to many from even a superficial
    • where this impulse to better adaptation comes from. The impulse cannot
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    • is to be given, through the impulse flowing from the Mystery of Golgotha,
    • were. But man will attain this higher consciousness only if the impulse
    • world through the impulse coming from Christ just as he sees external
    • etc. are seen, nor do we see the Christ impulse through which we see
    • Furthermore, that is the realm in which the impulse from the Mystery
    • where the impulse of Christ fights the impulse of Ahriman. Man's evolution,
    • over and above mere faith with which to establish the Christ impulse
    • what we call the impulse of Christ. It will enable him to find within
    • himself the strong force with which to protect the Christ impulse in
    • his consciousness against the attacks of Ahriman. The Christ impulse
    • intellect that man experiences a pretense, instead of the Christ impulse.
    • them to present his version of the Christ impulse and not one
    • in which the true impulse of Christ is effective.
    • Christ impulse can in our time be presented by no other means than spiritual
    • one beholds the impulse of Christ through the Christ impulse itself;
    • that of the eye, so it can describe the Christ impulse through which
    • insight into the Christ impulse, but insight does not prevent attacks
    • impulse is understood it will arouse Ahriman's opposition. How can this
    • excludes the Christ impulse. In these concepts Ahriman must inevitably
    • from leading to an understanding of the Christ impulse actually opposes
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    • to distinguishing between those spiritual impulses which belong to our
    • different impulses. The latter are often disguised as theosophical or
    • one. He felt an inner impulse which convinced him that the mountain
    • that impulses, quite different from reason, influence man's judgments;
    • he saw them as impulses at work behind reason. Hermann Bahr concedes
    • impulses. Earlier, in the Middle Ages, people were exhorted to have
    • to be determined by his impulses. He asks: What kind of impulses are
    • at work in modern man? He goes on to enumerate some impulses and emotions
    • He says that Americans for example have a particularly strong impulse
    • impulses at work in our lower life, impulses which draw reason along
    • is true or untrue. We judge things according to our inner impulses,
    • Hermann Bahr came to the conclusion that there must be impulses in man
    • of impulse, but not a lower one. A genius is someone who is influenced
    • if it is used to denote the highest impulse in the pursuit of knowledge
    • as an impulse for scientific endeavour. In short Hermann Bahr reaches
    • and it simply follows man's impulses.
    • One thing these inner impulses
    • in to guide it. Thus the impulses that are to guide man must come, not
    • he denies validity to the very impulse, i.e., reason that governs modern
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    • Christ impulse, how does one come near the Being of Christ? In one form
    • All the impulses of feeling and will which stir within us when we contemplate
    • a jolt that it would cause an equally mighty impulse to stream as a
    • through death in order that this whole impulse of consciousness could
    • with it the Christ Impulse. We are preparing ourselves to receive it
    • the Christ Impulse. However what meets us at death we can understand
    • follow whatever impulse one happens to have, to do whatever one has
    • speak about are impulses in complete contrast to their own. They deceive
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    • comes to discuss how people got the impulse to do what they are doing
    • some prophetic vision or because of some inner impulse. As I said, if
    • and impulses which flow into the physical world from the spiritual world.
    • outlook, does not alter the fact that significant spiritual impulses
    • an influx of spiritual impulses throughout mankind's evolution and one
    • whirlpool, of spiritual impulses surged through Europe. That has to
    • of any conscious search for the Christ Impulse. Yet the most pressing
    • impulse.
    • atheists — due to certain luciferic-ahrimanic impulses at work
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    • by Luther with all the inner soul impulses of a man of the fourth-,
    • heart was overflowing with impulses brought over from his incarnation
    • a Lutheran, his outlook and impulses are those of a Lutheran. These
    • but it also stirred in him an overwhelming impulse to speak to the people
    • spoke so that everything he said was permeated with his impulse to preserve
    • in the way indicated, is more particularly an impulse of the fifth epoch,
    • What could have been achieved through the strong impulse towards the
    • the deepest spiritual impulses that have sprung from Western culture.
    • by absorbing the spiritual impulses flowing through spiritual life.
    • works. Rather they fill the human soul with spiritual impulses which
    • were able to rouse people to recognize the deeper impulses beneath the
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    • one can speak of moral impulses only insofar as the astral body, being
    • intimately connected with the 'I' during life, may receive moral impulses
    • receive moral impulses.
    • become able actually to behold the spiritual forces and impulses that
    • they can neither be attained nor understood unless an impulse towards
    • On the one hand there is Anthroposophy with the impulse to further human
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    • right continuation of the priestly impulse
    • of a new mystery impulse. Therewith we have four stages before
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    • for the path to the real spiritual world again. This impulse
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    • honest impulses in your heart you will have to see to it that
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    • secrets and life impulses in the starry skies at night to be
    • received the impulses for what they did from what was said to
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    • impulses — in fact, to an even greater extent than it was
    • impulse for his will in it, whereas although the impulse for
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    • most of his impulses from Saturn, was ruling human spiritual
    • this archangel gets his impulses from Mars.
    • great will impulse which was behind the crusades. One of the
    • implements Christ's impulses as he inspires people to go on the
    • impulses from Mars. Quarrelsome forces arise and mankind is
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    • impulses. The fathers in the ancient mysteries said: You
    • spiritual impulses of your physical parents are also at work in
    • the man who bears hereditary impulses and develops accordingly
    • can also take in another impulse during his physical existence
    • between birth and death, an impulse through which he lifts
    • its way out of them, namely, the Son impulse or Christ impulse.
    • And one said: The impulses of heredity are in man and they
    • The impulses of the Son do not enter into hereditary forces,
    • permit man to be psychically reborn. They are the impulses
    • way man receives an impulse which he can only take in through
    • and also the way man has the impulses which lie in the
    • feelings to the kind of spiritual impulses which work írom
    • present, from the impulses which one can read quite clearly in
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    • Christ impulse before our souls in a very profound way.
    • which is in accordance with the impulses of the sun genius or
    • in their will impulses has arisen from Arabism. And this is
    • impulse.
    • have described how this Michael impulse was introduced from a
    • but to raise ourselves to the spiritual impulses which stand
    • ancient writings, and that the impulse for the formulation of
    • This must become an impulse for priests again, after work out
    • that one can make the impulses of this age into impulses for
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    • This Christ impulse has a strong influence upon man's etheric
    • is usually not able to find the Christ impulse which is
    • they are prepared to receive the Christ impulse in their
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    • threefold fall of the adversaries of the Christ impulse without
    • impulse, and it's not a matter of a weak nature working, as in
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    • epoch where a gradual dying out of the inner impulse of
    • impulse. Then we have the period which corresponds to the
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    • if you take the impulses in the Apocalypse into your work as
    • serious studies of the Apocalypse into the innermost impulse of
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    • new impulses which, they thought, needed to move through humanity. One
    • needs to look somewhat closer at those impulses which are to come from
    • These impulses are intimately connected on one hand with the development
    • West to have to push back the spiritual impulses toward the past. There
    • impulses in humanity's development without being clear that this European
    • to force back the spiritual impulses toward the East starting from the
    • have outside themselves. And equally, all the spiritual impulses which
    • in their souls the spiritual impulses which the West and the South and
    • which are surrounded by such auras, that the past with its impulses
    • to build the impulse of the human soul upon what is not connected with
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    • soul-impulses. They would not have been in the position to understand out
    • soul carried at its fundament hidden, unknown, impulses, which surfaced
    • opposing impulses in the occident's striving concerning the arts. Because,
    • of the two impulses we can observe where — I would like to say
    • then you can definitely find the mixing together of these two impulses.
    • together in the most wonderful way, to weave together, the two impulses.
    • each other of the two impulses which I characterized, shows itself
    • how a truly new impulse of an individual approach enters. And it is
    • lawful impulses of development are deeply effective. I spoke of than
    • active still. And to acquire a clear understanding of what pulses through
    • you only one of the impulses working within this fifth post-Atlantian
    • age. About other impulses I am speaking, as you know, just at this time,
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    • or three millennia, the most manifold impulses have worked together,
    • especially impulses of three types. Of course there is really an unending
    • richness of impulses. However, for certain elements of reality it is
    • elements such as antagonism and impulses to battle — which will
    • its very particular impulses, which we know to some extent through our
    • from a certain point of view, to three main impulses which are the last
    • Christ-Impulse, had to consider these factors, this playing of the
    • impulses into each other. The third post-Atlantian epoch could not unfold
    • impulses which exist totally on the physical plane as did the fourth
    • to bring forth more inward impulses, though they were atavistic. Therefore
    • Christianity, had to reach back, in a certain sense to this impulse of the
    • third post-Atlantean age. Hence we see that, as the Christ-Impulse
    • receded, and something enters, something like a renewal of the impulse
    • life, Christianity, with its impulses, had to place death. The cross
    • time-space? There, where it worked so completely through its own impulses,
    • of the supersensible when the Christ-impulse comes.
    • For the Christ-Impulse must
    • Christ-Impulse cannot only place down a figure of Christ, as can be done
    • with the incarnated Apollo. The Christ-Impulse must picture the Christ in
    • sign as the impulse of the third post-Atlantian time-space, what still
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    • consider the penetration of its impulse as far,as possible independently
    • which passes through the human soul as emotion, as impulse, is still
    • to build, from impulses that flowed over from the East. We
    • we have often seen originating there — the impulse, the new impulse,
    • still dependent on the old Persian impulse) give each other a rendezvous,
    • understood in Rome in the ninth century that this European impulse had to
    • transformed the Greek impulse more and more, and became increasingly
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    • spiritual world engendered impulses for the good in their
    • prime of Atlantean culture, the strength of impulses for
    • these impulses were correspondingly weaker.
    • people too the impulse arose not to pay particular
    • illusion and to follow only those impulses which led to
    • was what gave the people the impulse to take an active
    • the golden dagger we have to see an impulse for the
    • Atlantean catastrophe — instilled the impulses he
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    • receive the impulse. Only among those peoples who had
    • be an Initiate to inaugurate an impulse in culture, but
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    • and the life that pulses through cosmic space —
    • constitute the creative impulse in culture and
    • the impulse to post-Atlantean evolution in ancient
    • epoch when a completely new impulse was to be brought to
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    • that the source of the impulses given by Melchisedek and
    • era as the result of a new impulse — and the planet
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    • enabling all men to receive this impulse and to develop
    • effect as in the case of the impulse given by Gautama
    • humanity through the Christ Event, as an impulse
    • wishes, impulses, vices are in him. In ordinary
    • the forces operating in his passions, emotions, impulses,
    • descend, once and once only, the impulse was given in the
    • impulse was also given, in that a Being of a rank
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    • in fact he believes his impulses to be the reverse of
    • all such impulses. They are quite unaware that to allow
    • the individualistic impulses, passions and so forth which
    • three human sheaths, the impulse was given whereby it was
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    • This stage of evolution was to receive an impulse
    • mighty impulse given by the Christ Event.
    • The impulse thus given made it possible for men in the
    • passions and egoistic impulses of his astral body, he
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    • repeatedly to the new impulse inculcated through Christ
    • Sermon on the Mount is pervaded by the new impulse of
    • purified the soul,instilled healthy feelings, impulses
    • not achieved in this way, the impulse that was once
    • new impulse. But then it is shown how He worked upon His
    • and astral body, He became an impulse in Earth-evolution
    • the physical plane. But the Christ Impulse would not have
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    • namely that through the Christ Impulse it was possible
    • could now be attained by him through the Christ Impulse!
    • themselves with the Christ Impulse.
    • through my impulse? — It is the life-giving,
    • impart to mankind, if that for which I am the impulse, is
    • impulse.’ —
    • Christ Impulse will arise. — This is implicit in
    • faithful to the Christ Impulse!’
    • understand that the Christ Impulse signified the
    • is the impulse in this Initiation, He leads His disciples
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    • stage where he encounters the Christ Impulse. The five
    • by the Christ Impulse. Humanity evolves in such a way
    • impulses given by Christ to men.
    • cause, an impulse. The Sun Word, the
    • divine Impulse, some¬thing of the '‘Son of the
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    • essential, that it should receive the Christ Impulse; because
    • the old Jahve Jehovah-impulse was no longer sufficient.
    • themselves felt in our feelings and impulses of Will. That
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    • impulses of Christianity. Today it is really necessary for
    • humanity to turn back to these original impulses of Christianity. In
    • many ways these original Christian impulses have hardened into
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    • our will impulses (and these are the most important for a true
    • your soul with a new inner impulse. Your soul will be alive when you
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    • look back to thoughts, feelings, and will impulses turned toward
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  • Title: Esoteric Studies: Lecture I: Cosmic Aspect of Life Between Death and New Birth
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    • contact with religious impulses, he sentences himself to
    • Mystery of Golgotha, of the Christ impulse, is necessary
    • understanding of the Christ impulse, and must keep this impulse
    • between death and a new birth the memory of the Christ Impulse,
    • presence of Lucifer. If we had not received the Christ impulse,
    • received the Christ impulse, then we are, on the far voyage
    • the Christ impulse, on the other of Lucifer; for we also need
    • is fitting for us men, we must have the Christ impulse as a
    • counterbalance; then the Lucifer impulse is salutory for
    • assimilated the impulses of his life so intimately associated
    • shall be able to take hold of the impulses of existence on
    • had borne the Christ Impulse up to that sphere. After the soul
    • Impulse, and through the guidance of Lucifer, the soul comes
  • Title: Esoteric Studies: Lecture II: Establishment of Mutual Relations Between the Living and the So-called Dead
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    • impulses toward quite definite actions, toward a quite definite
    • the occupation of the spirits who give a forward impulse to the
    • be like a dead impulse in life.
  • Title: Freedom/Immortality/Social: Lecture I: The Human Soul in the Supersensible Realm and Its Relationship to the Body
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    • knowledge, which arises from such impulses, with spiritual
    • the impulses of the outer world. While before the life pulsates
    • direct the will impulses to the periphery. About this fairy
    • impulses. They serve the nutrition of the nerves, the
    • one also discovers a will impulse, which does not lead us to
    • instincts, impulses to the human beings which discharge as the
    • impulses, that prepares and develops what then in the outer
  • Title: Freedom/Immortality/Social: Lecture II: Anthroposophy Does not Disturb Any Religious Confession
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    • impulses of his supersensible existence.
    • Only if one takes the attitude from the deepest impulses of
    • conditions and impulses of the spirit of our times; it does not
    • from deep soul impulses an indifference has arisen not only
    • — that, while by the impulses of the scientific worldview
    • can say things about the Christ impulse which are quite
    • However, if anything is healthy, certain basic impulses remain
    • up certain basic impulses. Thus, I would like to close with the
  • Title: Freedom/Immortality/Social: Lecture III: What Spiritual Science Has to Say About the Eternal Aspect of the Human Soul and the Nature of Freedom
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    • how a human will impulse, how everything that the human being
    • rhythm, any will impulse is associated with metabolism. As
    • impulses which have been there in former lives on earth. What
    • our actions, in our will impulses. These scientific mental
    • research: if the human being does not follow the impulses of
    • impulses in my Philosophy of Freedom to which he has to
  • Title: Freedom/Immortality/Social: Lecture IV: The Science of the Supersensible and the Moral-Social Ideas
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    • impulses the awareness of which spiritual science has to
    • such impulses form the basis of the moral-social life, of the
    • for seizing nature, but such ideal impulses form the basis of
    • Spencer also distinguishes three impulses. He says, as in the
    • impulses of surplus value et cetera as it happened with
    • what humanity has dreamt in social-moral impulses during four
    • described the impulses of the last three to four centuries.
    • However, these impulses did not live in the wake day images,
    • but humanity dreamt in its impulses, in its social, moral
    • living that emerges, otherwise, only in the dream impulses, in
    • dreamt as social-political impulses. How much does one miss in
    • impulses really exist, how the different soul expressions are
    • distributed geographically and historically, which impulses
    • really exist. Only by the knowledge of the available impulses
    • impulses gradually take place. Thus, an American has written a
    • gifted with Imaginative fantasy life and with warlike impulses.
    • from supersensible impulses, sensations, concepts, mental
    • lives history that the historical impulses do not enjoy life in
    • from the innermost impulses of life with the energetic human
  • Title: Freedom/Immortality/Social: Lecture V: The Activities of the Human Soul Forces and Their Connection with Man's Eternal Being
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    • religious impulse, but it takes the point of view that that
    • This is the expression of these impulses of thought. Not only
    • impulses should mainly occupy us. Nevertheless, the impulses
    • effects of those impulses are associated with the catastrophic
    • that the emotional impulses are dreamt. We keep on dreaming
    • with the will impulse, and that one cannot advance farther.
    • The emotional impulses arise from our dream life that
    • penetrates the waking state, our will impulses arise from our
    • areas in which the impulses of the social, moral, juridical,
    • will impulses. Nevertheless, as one learns to recognise that
    • in the emotional impulses, this would work if the human being
    • social life does not originate from such an impulse as we grasp
    • wants to grasp it, if one wants to look into the impulses that
    • significant growth and becoming which the Christian impulses
    • political impulses must become conscious because they can no
    • that material impulses determine the structure of the
    • conflicts are there, material impulses are there. What appeared
    • the dream those impulses can be only fetched which someone
    • in which freedom prevails. The old impulses of the instinctive
    • because it would see the impulses of decline only.
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  • Title: Freedom/Immortality/Social: Lecture VII: The Nature of the Human Soul and the Nature of the Human Body
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    • with feelings and will impulses, nevertheless, it is impossible
    • pictures, feelings, will impulses, memory, attention, even love
    • those mental pictures and soul impulses that one develops in
    • actually, in the body if anyhow a will impulse gains ground. It
    • transitions in the will impulse cannot help expressing itself
    • will something is that proves every time when a will impulse is
    • the observation with letting an impulse of thought in the will.
    • to every will impulse, you get by the line which one has drawn
    • relationship of the will impulse with falling asleep. Then you
    • show that everything that is associated with the will impulses
    • impulse are heading to death. How are they heading to death? If
    • we carry in us because we can unfold will impulses is the
  • Title: Freedom/Immortality/Social: Lecture VIII: How Natural Sciences Justify the Supersensible Knowledge
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    • does not appeal to the memories those will impulses must be
  • Title: Freedom/Immortality/Social: Lecture IX: How Does One Justify the Anthroposophical Psychology?
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    • picture, a feeling, or a will impulse. One wants to take this
    • outer life just becomes a copy of his will impulses. By the
    • cannot incorporate the same development impulses by imagining.
    • I touch because I have developed an impulse with systematic
  • Title: Freedom/Immortality/Social: Lecture X: Moral, Social Life and Religion from the Viewpoint of Anthroposophy
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    • — The immediate moral impulses can be grasped only with
    • if one wants to envisage the moral impulses what carries the
    • possibility to develop a very individual impulse from himself
    • delivered the moral impulses as it were into the unconscious.
    • sense for moral impulses is not maintained just during this
    • with it upon the immediately individual impulses of the moral
    • understanding and gets the moral impulse from the intuition of
    • life tasks, but fulfils him with moral impulses, so that he can
    • ways of thinking, sensations, and will impulses; one diverges
    • are often so helpless if they want to find social impulses;
    • the spiritual impulses. If you understand that, you will work
    • science that is demanded from the impulse of time itself. It is
  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture I
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    • these gratifications already some impulses inherent which take
    • newer impulses, impulses capable of making people independent
    • more impulses to come out of your Movement. The most important
    • impulse because this religious Movement is built on the basis
    • impulse can't be located outwardly, nor can a deadening element
    • is its impulse of being in the inmost soul. Outer things can
    • obstacles for the impulse once it has been grasped and deepened
    • impulse which has given an impetus to this religious Movement;
    • impulses coming from your midst, what you would like to
    • this, one arrives at the point of awareness that the impulse of
    • What is this impulse? The impulse which comes out of the Act of
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    • of will impulses a religious movement can be formed, which can
    • impulses with only this attitude then one must be completely
    • ritual. When both movements work out of their own impulses then
    • with the Anthroposophical impulse would not get such a feeling
    • In fact all kinds of absurd added impulses come to the fore,
    • This is how the impulse for community building appears in the
    • archetypal impulses and then developed further.
    • had these things not been permeated with the pulse of
    • is subjected to the immense cosmic world impulses which include
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    • importance to cultivate a true impulse for feeling yourselves
    • achievement of such an impulse, but taken from the viewpoint of
    • point to enable you to link to a spiritual impulse, if you want
    • to be. It involves enlivening the appropriate impulses for this
    • speech towards obtaining a spiritual impulse. Examples to
    • preparatory feeling towards a specific spiritual impulse such
    • the development of spiritual impulses. We need to say to
    • of penetrating your entire being with the powerful impulses of
    • a word such as ‘human-being,’ then the impulse is born for
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    • remind ourselves of various impulses towards a possible
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    • impulses of will, etc. — of which we are aware that they cannot
    • further than that during waking life, ideas, feelings, impulses of
    • paralysed and the will-impulses have ceased to work, we experience in
    • experience. Power came to them with the impulses they received from
    • forces require the fresh impulse that comes from the experience of a
    • Golgotha, impulses went forth from the places of the Mysteries which
    • more important impulses for the life of the following day than we
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    • impulses of western humanity exists. I think that one can look
    • with the impulse of individuality. He was a contemporary of
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    • pointed to the fact that the impulses of High Scholasticism
    • . This individualism is based on the Christ impulse,
    • spiritual world and gets out the impulses of moral actions
    • body, the impulse of love, is spiritualised. While the moral
    • human soul with the Christ impulse also in the intellectual
    • developmental impulse must also not be the basis of a theory of
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    • man to take with him his temperament, his impulses, his desires, as
    • takes with him the mode and nature of his impulses of will —
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    • by our own impulse of will, by our personal sympathy or antipathy, we
    • to become a sailor, a will-impulse such as was referred to in the
    • strongest impulse of will.” We bring before our own souls the
    • were experienced, or the will-impulses themselves, do not arise again
    • feelings and will-impulses. Let us think of a man who writes his
    • of condemnations and will-impulses. Do not conceive how all this
    • will-impulses must have become by the time he wrote his Memoirs
    • between the memory-image and the original feelings and will-impulses
    • does not relate to impulses of the soul, but to concepts) — all
    • lead to impulses of will, does not prevent us from speaking of a
    • passing over into other impulses, this does not mean that the life of
    • sympathy and antipathy. For a soul-impulse which can be described as
    • soul-experiences are the impulses of will, the life of will. This
    • according to the way in which we experience them. An impulse of will
    • evil. Judgment can remain rooted in feeling but the impulses of will
    • life of feeling and the impulses of will, we ought not on the basis
    • refrain from going on, through an impulse of will, to an action, even
    • relationship between the feelings and the impulses of the will,
    • soul we live in ideas, in feelings and in impulses of will. We have
    • and antipathies, and active impulses of will for or against
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    • of the impulse with which the Copernican theory of the universe
    • deepen their experience of the Christ Impulse, so that this Christ
    • Impulse may become the inmost power of the soul itself and the soul
    • satisfactorily because everyone follows the impulse that is an
    • things where a man is guided by an inner, spontaneous impulse. In the
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    • and makes it a real impulse in his life could then be a matter for
    • impulse in evolution originates from the Luciferic beings, and
    • right and natural spiritual impulse. It may be asked: “Who are
    • as moral impulses undreamed of in the past times. The feeling of
    • he himself brought about the connections by the strong impulse of
    • the most important impulses proceeding from Anthroposophy must
    • necessarily be moral impulses. Emphasis has been laid to-day upon the
    • is the most inward and intimate impulse, is in the next life the most
    • be the most determinative factor in the impulses of the next; the
    • reincarnation and karma penetrates as a revitalising impulse into the
  • Title: Theosophy/Rosicrucian: Lecture II: The Ninefold Constitution of Man
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    • that is happy, suffers, satisfies its desires, impulses and wishes
    • Kamaloca is a time of the breaking of material pleasures and impulses.
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  • Title: Theosophy/Rosicrucian: Lecture V: Mans Communal Life Between Death and a New Birth. Birth into the Physical World.
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    • element of will, the impulse of perceptivity. In the astral body lie
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    • has really grasped spiritual impulses is at variance with the
    • illness, has worked bad impulses into himself. Thus we have it in our
    • impulses and passions that are rooted in the etheric body appear in
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    • propagation impulses, and the inner experiences of the beings at those
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    • them. In this sense Spiritual Science should become a powerful impulse
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    • in obedience to impulses given to it in this way. And then
    • draws its consciousness from spiritual impulses, and affords
    • less inclination to the kind of impulses which I described as
    • impulses of their surroundings; in particular, they outgrow
    • may truly be said, however, that the impulse manifests itself
    • affectation, but from an inner impulse of the soul, had grown
    • direct and forceful impulses of the spiritual world; so that in
    • there is at any rate an unmistakably strong impulse towards
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement (1938): Lecture II: The Theosophical Society: A Common Body with a Conscious Self. Blavatsky Phenomenon
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    • impulse to pursue their search along the path of an
    • the moral impulses are drawn. So that, following the Philosophy
    • fruitful impulse, and then, out of the ideas he had received
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    • after all, the impulse which, at the end of the nineteenth
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement (1938): Lecture IV: Blavatsky's Orientation: Spiritual, but Anti-Christian
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    • different impulses of a variety of primal religions, and the
    • the characteristic impulses in the different heathen religions,
    • worldly education, and that which dwells as a religious impulse
    • who, in addition to those impulses which rumble in them from
    • properties of the soul, — those impulses of which I
    • these impulses in them. However, it is a movement which set out
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement (1938): Lecture V: Anti-Christianity. - The Healing of the Gulf.
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    • the various impulses entering into it; and then to show how the
    • the fourth century after Christ, all those impulses vanish,
    • Blavatsky, too, drew her impulse mainly from the life of the
    • the old Mysteries and their impulses, — these persons had
    • external impulse. And this Romanized Christianity was, in the
    • to answer the question: Does really the main impulse of this
    • spiritual element in Blavatsky? or does the main impulse
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement (1938): Lecture VI: The Two First Periods of the Anthroposophic Movement
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    • were ostensibly objective impulses. And once that had
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    • the impulses of the will.
    • does not know the power of those impulses of false-hood, which
    • to put into it unreservedly that impulse which comes from
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement (1938): Lecture VIII: Conclusions: The Anthroposophical Society and its Future Conduct.
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    • circles where a strong impulse had been given towards a
    • deepening of the spiritual life. This impulse came, of course,
    • further for the main impulse for these homeless souls, than to
    • impulse for the Anthroposophical Society, on the other hand it
    • an impulse, or this particular impulse, was not the
    • impulses also. If we look back to very old periods of human
    • could receive from this divine spirit-world the impulses for
    • use the expression — what the impulses should be for
    • ethical life. The impulses of ethical life, too, were drawn
    • side. The impulses of ethical and moral life came from the same
    • impulses. The roots were everywhere gone; and so the ethical
    • impulses went fluttering about the civilized world as moral
    • impulse, since in Man lies the power to go to the grounds of
    • ethical impulses, — in that Divine First Principle to
    • discovers no ethical impulses, People accept the old ethical
    • impulses, however, as commandments that flutter around in the
    • received a kind of impulse that made them ready to understand
    • peculiarly homeless souls, had received such impulses from
    • experiment. For the spiritual impulses are not the very least
    • the impulses of Anthroposophy, and will be looked upon as,
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    • whom have come new thoughts, experiences and impulses destined to
    • and ideas — in short, of our soul impulses; when in fact we
    • within, which continually oppose his spiritual impulses. Thus
    • also operate impulses and inclinations, deceit and falsehood, all
    • inward impulses toward perfection, while Ahriman is ever in
    • potent impulses to bear upon human culture. That such was the
    • impulses that are within him, and which are opposed to that
    • There lay within the impulse that Zarathustra
    • there rings forth the inner impulse of his mission, and we feel
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    • man’s happiness, his future, and his moral impulses. When
    • possessor of that never-ceasing impulse to strive upward towards
    • conditions. In reality it was only after the impulse imparted by
    • impulses. The old Egyptian sage had this sublime concept in mind
    • impulses which come as an upward urge to mankind the workings of
    • then barbarous people of that country an impulse, which enabled
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    • mighty impulse brought about by the advent of the Buddha, which
    • Christ-impulse began to dominate Western thought. It is only in
    • there work within me certain impulses and forces that have of a
    • which have continued on, while the primary impulses still work
    • Christ-impulse, as though we anticipated its recurrence in some
    • the manifestation of the Christ-impulse, which we must regard as
    • intimately connected. The Christ-impulse, the centre of all,
    • wisdom. On the other hand, we know that the Christ-impulse points
    • element of life lies in our impulses, emotions and feelings, and
    • Christian impulse, regarded the world after the manner of his
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    • workings of those impulses which emanated from this great
    • comprehension of the Moses-Impulse is to us a necessity. We will,
    • impulse. Now, Jethro was one of those incomprehensible beings who
    • particular soul-influence in the form of an impulse deeply and
    • regarded from our modern stand-point, received its first impulse
    • with the Moses-impulse which still exists in our soul-life and
    • impulse toward the new order of reasoned judgment and
    • which came the great impulse he gave to mankind. That primal
    • impulse enabling humanity through its reasoning faculties and
    • humanity, so as to bring about an impulse toward an intellectual
    • was Moses who would impart the impulse, but the impulse that he
    • sufficed to impart the necessary impulse — but could not be of
    • of life. From the Christ-Impulse, humanity has learnt that
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    • history; for we learn that those very impulses which move us to
    • impulses underlying events which happen during the historical
    • expression, is ever that of a new impulse and a new
    • impart the primary impulse was incarnated, or embodied — that
    • stimulating impress of some momentous forward impulse, stand for
    • inception of all vital impulses destined to be implanted in the
    • the power of Divine-Impulse to my fellow men, in proper
    • knowledge and understanding. He hungered because of an impulse
    • Elijah’s time, and also concerning the impulse to humanity
    • Elisha. An impulse which ever tended toward the renewing and
    • realize the supreme glory of the impulse which had come from the
    • prophet Elijah, it becomes clear that the impulses and primal
    • fundamental forces and impulses which have been ever active
    • impulse he had wrought.
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    • perceptual world in order to give an impulse to spiritual
    • impulse, an impulse differing utterly from any that had been
    • involved in an impulse, coming directly from the spiritual
    • the form of noble and uplifting spiritual impulses. Thus it was
    • evolution of man in which the Christ-Impulse made itself felt,
    • insight into the Christ-Impulse. In the case of the majority,
    • was called into being by a folk fantasy born of mental impulse.
    • Throughout all human evolution spiritual impulses are at work,
    • and supersensible impulses, which rule and govern the whole field
    • I could demonstrate to you how the Christ-Impulse
    • dependent upon an impulse born of certain modes and procedures,
    • influence could stream forth and act as an impulse upon all
    • realize the true import and meaning of the Christ-Impulse in its
    • evolution through the advent of the Christ-Impulse; and we shall
    • the coming of the Christ-Impulse, is regarded when viewed in the
    • which Christianity and the Christ-Impulse brought to mankind may
    • Ego is the very essence of the Christ-Impulse; and the growth and
    • made it possible that this great impulse should come to humanity.
    • spiritual powers and impulses which have guided supreme events in
    • a true world concept of the Christ-Impulse. He would realize that
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    • Lord.” Lucifer's attack was repulsed, but now came
    • Christ Impulse, but to speak of something that underlay
    • Impulse in a soul. We know the story. Parsifal was the
    • Now the Christ Impulse was a Deed which mankind had not
    • Christ-Impulse was to be purely in the life of soul, in
    • Impulse would have been impaired and clouded by knowledge
    • influences in the onflowing Christ Impulse were to work
    • where the living essence of the Christ Impulse confronts
    • one which bears within it the Christ Impulse, the other
    • Science can tell us about the Christ Impulse makes us
    • impulse of spirituality to counteract the steadily
    • that in the onward flow of the Christ Impulse, the
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    • Nevertheless the impulse to look upwards was, in the
    • experience is permeated with the Christ Impulse. These
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    • Christ Impulse. For this part of the ether-body is
    • connection with the Christ Impulse therefore, enables us
    • the forces flowing from the Christ Impulse. For it means
    • permeated by the Christ Impulse.
    • surface-consciousness to-day resist the Christ Impulse...
    • realisation that the Christ Impulse is present in the
    • the‘substance’ of the Christ Impulse and
    • young, fertile forces of the Christ Impulse in his
    • young, fertile forces of the Christ Impulse... what are
    • the Christ Impulse into the Earth-sphere were not carried
    • Impulse, they would pass over to Jupiter in
    • Impulse has wrought for the spiritual part of the Earth
    • Impulse.
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    • again and again gives the soul the impulse and the strength
    • feeling are colored by ahrimanic influences and impulses.
    • concentrate on the will's unconscious impulses in order to see
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    • must develop feelings and will-impulses apart from those
    • through feeling's strength give birth to the will-impulse. That
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    • carry out his own will impulses, etc. Man considers them to be
    • courage, then it becomes an impulse toward a higher humanity.
    • impulses. He can feel it himself when fits of hate and anger
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    • Feel the heart's cosmic pulse
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    • Feel the heart's cosmic pulse
    • Feel the heart's cosmic pulse
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    • wisdom and life impulses into human civilization today which
    • living impulse. One assumes no responsibilities other than
    • understood not as having been established by a human impulse,
    • Goetheanum in their teaching or impulse. Whoever wants to do
    • we become aware of how the three fundamental impulses of our
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    • What as spiritual impulse
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    • senses the impulse in the dialog between lines 1 and
    • through it and pulses through it. For here I am. My present I
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    • that from the world of the cherubim an impulse enters into
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    • the impulse of the Christmas Conference with the spiritual
    • formed together with me as the Christmas impulse was that the
    • moon also belong. The impulse of one of these Archangels lasts
    • Archangel under whose impulse the spiritual life of the present
    • impulses.
    • who had his impulses in the Mars forces.
    • Mercury forces in his impulses.
    • his impulses, and the reign of Anael — with whom we are
    • the Venus forces in his impulses. Then we come to the time when
    • impulses.
    • coincides with the great international, cosmopolitan impulses
    • my dear friends, we should be aware that the Michael impulse
    • property of the Christmas impulse of the Anthroposophical
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    • then God lets his being give impulse to us as humans, and we
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    • out in impulses of will. We feel that it is worthy. We feel
    • pulse-beat.
    • us to feel in this sign the wave-like pulse of the universe,
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    • Alexander, which was under the impulse of Michael, was followed
    • by that of Oriphiel, and after Oriphiel came the Anael impulse,
    • the Zachariel impulse, then the Raphael impulse, then the
    • Samael impulse, then the Gabriel impulse, which extended into
    • reign. It is in its beginnings. But Michael's impulses must
    • the Michael impulse itself.
    • his thinking through the impulse of the head. 
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    • EFFECTS OF THE CHRIST-IMPULSE UPON THE HISTORICAL
    • should therefore have impulses which we share with the whole of
    • materialism, the strong impulse which leads it up again,
    • is the Christ Impulse. The preparation began when the Christ
    • Impulse entered the development of the earth. During the
    • Christ Impulse approached humanity was already preparing itself
    • for its dive into materialism. The Christ Impulse existed in
    • by the Christ Impulse in the historical development up to the
    • present time. We see that when the Christ Impulse entered the
    • Impulse. People began to dispute as to the way in which they
    • the Christ impulse by studying these theological disputes
    • disputing over the Christ Impulse did not understand
    • anything of the way in which the Christ Impulse stands at the
    • us try to understand how the Christ Impulse really worked. Let
    • contain anything of the Christ Impulse! The Christ Impulse
    • Impulse was a reality, and it worked in such a way that people
    • essential fact. The way in which the Christ Impulse worked, is
    • CONSCIOUSLY into the influence of the Christ Impulse. In the
    • historical events, however, the Christ Impulse is active as a
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    • the result of an impulse which I have lately had, let us
    • us impulses which, through their inward strength, their inward
    • impulses which shall supply him with forces leading to ethical
    • sources of moral life and impulse.
    • penetrate not only to moral teachings, but to moral impulses,
    • is the knowledge that most manifold conceptions and impulses
    • impulses developed in ancient India they were impossible among
    • Christian impulse and what was brought to meet it from Northern
    • impulse. Intrinsically the further we go back to ancient times
    • for themselves. Quite instinctively, they followed the impulse
    • life of the present day with its moral impulses you will
    • significant of the way in which fresh moral impulses became
    • impulses among certain peoples in certain circles. Its
    • a man who now most earnestly sought all the impulses of mercy,
    • into moral impulses of the inner life.
    • Here we see how a moral impulse evolves in a single
    • impulse, for though the individual cannot always raise himself
    • impulses, and then by considering the lesser ones in their
    • light that we can attain to a correct view of moral impulses
    • the moral impulses of Francis of Assisi. These concentrated
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    • anthroposophical moral principles and impulses will be based
    • in which moral impulses are pre-eminently exhibited.
    • a personality such as Francis of Assisi mighty moral impulses
    • cure. Moral impulses were so powerful in him that many lepers
    • impulses and forces which poured forth from Francis of Assisi
    • do moral impulses come, we must inquire in the case of such an
    • a strong impulse in these souls to imitate that which they saw
    • strong moral impulses appeared as in Francis of Assisi. Through
    • his possession of strong moral impulses he gathered others
    • their having taken into themselves the Christian impulse along
    • these were permeated by the impulses which came into the world
    • strove with all his might to bring his impulses through to the
    • they could receive the Christ-impulse in an advanced degree
    • followers of Saint Paul and received the Christ-impulse
    • group which possessed the impulse to carry the teaching of
    • received the Christ-impulse. Now the difference between these
    • not received the Christ-impulse but who had only gained the
    • Buddha-impulse, became the teachers of the equality and
    • received the Christ-impulse, in the next incarnation were such
    • that this Christ-impulse worked up further so that not only
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    • the last lecture we found that moral impulses are
    • impulses are in fact never better guided than when we take a
    • spoke in a deeper sense of love as an impulse and in such a way
    • love” cannot replace the moral impulse contained in what
    • that the impulse of interest is a quite specially golden
    • impulse in the moral sense the further we advance to the actual
    • the ancient impulses of wisdom were active. Therefore, from
    • this point of view, especially relating to moral impulses, we
    • moral impulses could penetrate; and on the other hand, through
    • humanity as a divine impulse, will be raised into
    • impulses, so that we do not merely receive anthroposophical
    • Now into what sort of moral impulses will the wisdom acquired
    • truth as moral impulse. And then when someone has
    • force of the Christ-impulse; the transformation of valour
    • actuated by the right moral impulses. And how many there are
    • virtue: Love. It is that which, through the Christ-impulse, has
    • and, in one who rightly understands the Christ-impulse, this
    • anthroposophical understanding of the Christ-impulse that
    • evolution; His impulses, His activities are here now, they are
    • forward in the right way. Now that the Christ-impulse is in the
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    • Social Impulses for the Healing of Modern Civilization, -or-
    • downfall, is that there is no true impulse for FREEDOM. Our
    • freedom really is, and fewer still have any real impulse for
    • impulse of Freedom and permeates the whole being. A
    • civilisation that does not know how to foster the impulse of
    • COSMOGONY, and the second is the lack of a genuine impulse for
    • bring new religious impulses into life, — for that our
    • so, one might say that it was like impulses given from on high
    • civilisation. But how were these impulses interpreted? At
    • any altruistic religious impulse that it is incapable of
    • foundation of freedom nor spreads abroad the impulse of
    • there no possibility of arriving at an impulse of freedom which
    • possibility for an impulse which shall be religious and at the
    • same time an impulse of brotherhood, and therefore the real
    • arriving at such an impulse? And if we put these questions
    • sweeping impulse of freedom to evolve? And where does the
    • impulse exist for a communal life among men, which is religious
    • actual brotherly impulse upon our earth is to be sought amongst
    • we find there enshrined in men's hearts those impulses of
    • may say, then, that of these three things: the impulse for
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    • Religious, Economic and Political Impulses
    • developing the impulse of altruism, the religious impulse with
    • nothing positive. The impulses that reside in our civilisation
    • form a clear idea of how, out of the ancient primal impulses of
    • rouse Itself to make a clean sweep of the religious impulses
    • within it. Religious impulses always acquire an abstract
    • religious impulse, that lacks the energy for any sort of
    • economic impulse! As for our religious life, just think how we
    • herself, had no religious impulses. Just think, how flat and
    • flat prosaicness had gone on without the impulse that
    • Christian impulse, which sprang from the p lap of the East,
    • that of Europe. The religious impulse was taken over as a wave
    • only thing Europe did was to cram this religious impulse, that
    • this Eastern impulse through and through with bald, abstract,
    • this religious impulse from the East was, at bottom, alien to
    • thought and the religious impulse fell apart and deposited
    • impulse, and it has never combined organically with the rest of
    • The current of religious impulse had come from the East into
    • Just as she had drawn her religions impulse from the East, so
    • she sent forth an economic impulse towards the West. And the
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    • acted on impulses inspired from the spiritual world. That these
    • impulse's might often be very bad ones will be contested by
    • civilisation. When the religious impulse of the East was
    • the religious impulse through the rule of the priesthood could
    • Freedom,” derives its impulses directly from the
    • spiritual impulse; but they are all the more impregnated with
    • impulses of civilisation that we can
    • impulses. We must have courage to make plain to people, as well
    • what is perishing and to receive the impulse of that force
    • be fulfilling what lies in the very impulse of the Spiritual
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    • The Inner Human Impulse for Improvement, Goethe and the Crisis in the
    • Nineteenth Century, published in German as, Innere Entwicklungsimpulse der
    • Impulses
    • connected with various inner impulses which have entered into
    • back to find the origin of these impulses. We have sought to
    • pole. From out of these impulses which have remained over from
    • least partially, the various impulses which were further active
    • considered that impulse which came into the spiritual
    • trace how these impulses pass over into a recent material. And
    • Equality. Many such impulses as have been born in the course of
    • impulses, the path of our own European life of civilisation,
    • 19th century. In this 19th century all those impulses of which
    • civilisation of the West of Europe certain impulses arose, and
    • in connection with these impulses questions were put in the
    • intimate impulses in the life of the West, we see that we
    • spring from quite different impulses than have the social
    • extraordinary interplay of impulses if one keeps this in mind.
    • colouring from what lies in these same impulses and tendencies.
    • impulses. Everything with Solovieff is forced into a super
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    • Nineteenth Century, published in German as, Innere Entwicklungsimpulse der
    • Impulses
    • impulses.
    • direct their attention to the impulses of the lower nature, and
    • develop all impulses towards phenomena. Thereby can arise this
    • power. This impulse is then placed also at the service of this
    • world. The other polaric impulse leading to one relating
    • sacramentally. These polaric impulses are playing into
    • started from that second impulse that impelled her towards a
    • Sacramental side. The first impulse however led to the
    • tornado of both impulses working round H. P. Blavatsky.
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    • the significant, deep impulses growing out of human connections that
    • out of somebody's arbitrary impulses, but because it is needed in these
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    • to show that there is in our time a tendency, an impulse, toward spiritual
    • is so closely connected with its impulses. I tried to show that at the
    • for spiritual science, and know that spiritual science is a basic impulse
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    • the outlook of spiritual science as well as to the whole impulse or
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    • often this winter, namely, that the whole impulse, the whole spirit of our
    • laws of the universe, the great laws of the cosmos. The deepest impulses
    • us impulses and life forces that flow into our understanding of the
    • very far in understanding the impulses of spiritual science. For spiritual
    • science, we must familiarize ourselves with the impulse of true reality.
    • science. At the same time, they see that the impulses of spiritual science
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    • by receiving spiritual impulses.
    • the whole person so that he or she can grow close to its deepest impulses.
    • connected with the impulses of spiritual science. In the meantime, we
    • by receiving an impulse through which we learn to understand the letters.
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    • social impulses in no other way than by taking up Spiritual
    • carry out social reforms from any other impulse, thinks about
    • instinctive vision, but which has an impulse from Spirituality.
    • the loss of moral impulses.
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    • from within, a certain impulse, is absolutely necessary. In
    • guiding impulse from those things coming from that external
    • into the outer world it represents an impulse which has nothing
    • an impulse carried into the outer world from Spiritual worlds,
    • School-Impulse (which of course is born out of Spiritual
    • programme to-day and put it forward as an impulse. I said:
    • offered. Into that an impulse had to flow from spirit-lands, an
    • impulse which coming from quite a different source, was called
    • consider what an impulse lies in this age, where in external
    • really able to bring a Spiritual impulse into the present
    • impulse which has been brought into the chaos. That Bau,
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    • were, develop in ourselves the instinct, the impulse to become
    • impulse to become too closely related to the Cosmic powers
    • That is a Luciferic impulse which will come to mankind in this
    • sciences this Spiritual impulse should come, for otherwise, in
    • inner impulse in order to have a free vision, so that he can
    • an impulse into the will, which will give him the power
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    • impulse is absent, anaemia results. So we see it depends
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    • I would really like to swim. Since I cannot, this impulse
    • “The odour of the manure repulses me,” I would
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    • impulses, and is written from the Chinese standpoint. It does not
    • centering round three significant impulses of culture or
    • civilisation in the present age. The first impulse for civilisation
    • to which he then opposes the second impulse of civilisation, the
    • Eastern, Asiatic culture. About the third impulse we shall have to
    • from the depths of the impulses of human emotion, of human
    • my dear friends, it has a strong impulse for souls. It possesses a
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    • impulses of present-day civilisation. And were we able to
    • impulse. It is indeed so, that during the last centuries,
    • transformed by impulses of feeling and impulses of will and
    • instinct, and entering social impulses.
    • to the world, when we are seized by the impulse of giving
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    • pulse is irregular, then something is wrong in the midbrain. In
    • between the brain or head and the abdomen is repulsed. But if
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    • rhythm, as found in the pulse with its seventy — two
    • that way and doesn't produce a different pulse when it requires
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    • the fact that the pulse rate of the adult is 72 beats a minute,
    • This means that on the average the blood substance pulses four
    • adjusted to the exact average of 18 breaths and 72 pulse beats
    • one). Now, nicotine causes his pulse rate to increase to, let
    • us say, 76 beats. The correct ratio between the pulse and the
    • supposed to be absorbed into the blood with each pulse beat.
    • us assume that a person's pulse beats only 68 instead of 72
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    • of diphtheria, because the body is thus given a strong impulse
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    • breathing and the pulse. Wouldn't this have been completely
    • minute. As for the blood, the pulse rate is seventy-two beats
    • circulation in an adult today in such a way that his pulse is
    • one breath to four pulse beats. The blood stream flows faster;
    • to four pulse beats — one, two, three, breath of air;
    • One, two, three pulse beats, the blood is directed to the
    • The first three pulse beats are inwardly a little like spring,
    • pulse beat and breathing of his comet body, which in my book,
    • pulse beat in spring, one in summer, one in fall, and would
    • germ within his mother. There he also takes part in her pulse
    • it be proven that man today takes part in his mother's pulse
    • pulse beat and breathing were that of the earth's pulse beat
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    • pulse beats, but as a whole it retains the same size and
    • degree. In bees this impulse is extraordinarily suppressed.
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    • to the core; it must be supplanted by the impulses coming from
    • believe that from the East come impulses which are of Eastern
    • towards the fact that also in the present time the impulses of
    • consciousness. You should envisage above all the impulses
    • death are not conscious, — nevertheless these impulses
    • science should give us the feeling that the impulses of the men
    • these men, but that useful impulses going out from these young
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    • the Anthroposophical Movement is to provide the impulse that is
    • impulses to be found in his environment; he tries to understand his
    • been with us; ever since then the Christ Impulse has been working in
    • which the Christ Impulse has passed, warming the hearts and
    • things are permeated by the Christ Impulse. They are there
    • side-by-side with the Christ Impulse. Indeed many men are at pains to
    • prevent the influence of the Christ Impulse finding its way into the
    • understand how the Christ Impulse can flow through modern
    • human beings carry over into later epochs the thoughts, the impulses
    • civilisation. Yet there is no trace whatever of the Christian Impulse
    • is extremely superficial compared with the real impulse that was
    • of the Christian Impulse.
    • Michael Rulership, that is to say the entry of the Sun-Impulse
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    • Haeckel. Lord Bacon of Verulam. Amos Comenius. The Michael Impulse.
    • spiritual impulses of very different kinds are working in our present
    • Impulse in many things where there is at first no evidence of it. But
    • impulse to ensure that the kind of thinking, the world-conception
    • incarnations marked the culmination of a certain epoch. The impulse
    • forcefulness spread the impulses given by Aristotle over wide areas
    • of the then known world. This impulse was still working in Asia in
    • had reached a certain culmination. The impulses of ancient
    • a new and mighty impulse whereby a particular form of Christianity
    • inauguration of this impulse that Alexander and Aristotle dedicated
    • impulses but giving none of any significance themselves. That was to
    • experienced formed itself into the impulse which remained alive in
    • them — the impulse to ensure that the new Michael Rulership, to
    • should be dominated by the impulse that had taken such firm root in
    • strength to the impulse, so that from this meeting two streams went
    • through the impulses of the Michael Rulership, Aristotelianism was to
    • deep-rooted impulses of the soul and not external similarity of
    • that one can perceive how deeply this impulse is rooted in his soul.
    • Raschid impulses of soul which now encountered something that had
    • nature of the impulses resulting from that meeting in the spiritual
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    • lectures here have made it clear that in our own epoch the Impulse of
    • Michael sends his impulses through the evolution of humanity in the
    • what kind of impulses are these cosmic Sun-forces?
    • connected with an impulse which streams into earthly civilisation as
    • our impulses are again to pour through earthly civilisation, it is on
    • which enabled them to give direction and definition to the impulses
    • what is wisdom before God is foolishness before men. The impulse
    • impulse which will lead to a deeper understanding of the truths of
    • battling for Christ and the real Christ Impulse. It was simply that
    • the rays of the Sun. Within the Grail stream the Christ Impulse takes
    • Impulse, having come down to the earth, must hence-forward be carried
    • as an impulse in the world.
    • the Grail, the super-sensible, invisible impulses made their way, not
    • Impulse working on in earthly evolution in the sense of the
    • down-pouring Impulse of the Sun.
    • Christianity, namely that the Christ Impulse had come down from the
    • world. The impulse of which these two individualities were the
    • with him the impulse that was necessary, and within the Dominican
    • in whom the impulses of paganism still echoed on but who were
    • impulses like that going out from Arthur's Round Table.
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    • impulses from those of its founder. We may frequently see in history
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    • — Christianity in the hearts of men. The Impulse of Michael.
    • Impulse, has only been able to live on within the European and
    • Impulse upon the earth, existed in earlier times.
    • the impulses necessary for the tasks they had set themselves, for
    • born in the depths below, receive the power of the Sun, the impulse
    • Impulse which was then streaming away from the Sun and was living in
    • time of the Mystery of Golgotha, the Christ Impulse belonging to the
    • Sun actually went out from this place where the impulses were
    • Asia the Mystery of Golgotha had taken place and its impulse had
    • to us as the stream which brings the Impulse of the Sun into earthly
    • Impulse going out from the West, from England, an Impulse which was
    • The Michael Impulse was there in the spiritual life at the time of
    • Whenever a Michael Impulse is at work in humanity upon the earth it
    • comes your impulse to spread abroad the spiritual culture of your
    • been imbued in the spiritual world with the Christian Impulse.
    • Michael and whose speech was influenced by impulses coming down from
    • cultivated under the influence of Michael. This impulse was rooted in
    • souls took part who had been inspired by the impulses of the
    • in this new incarnation had set the impulse of materialism on foot.
    • teaching of Michael, came back to earth, bearing the impulses I have
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    • Hierarchies, in the living Thoughts and cosmic Impulses, there is
    • impulses through which we find one another in life. Formed in the
    • impulses which bring about the peopling of the earth with human
    • impulses are these which work only upon humanity? Here we can let
    • impulse that led up to it, when we reflect on this quite consciously.
    • step, every impulse of soul — to guide it all in the world so
    • or passion or a strong impulse, or perhaps it is thought out —
    • done in accordance with some impulse or other. But now all you do in
    • done him harm. I must compensate for it. The impulse, the urge arises
    • will have to find the impulse to balance-out the deed.
    • impulse to the will — then he is free. Now with his thoughts he
    • thoughts, his feelings and impulses of will into the right relation
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    • is best understood by contrasting it with the other impulse in man —
    • that impulse which we describe with the word Freedom. Let us
    • begins to perceive the impulses living in him as karmic necessity.
    • knows, by a kind of inner urge or impulse, what he is to do. Yes,
    • impulses to do anything particular.
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    • new birth. This gives us the impulses which impel us towards or away
    • this way the impulse to karma in a new earthly life is formed between
    • we can trace how an impulse from one life works on into other lives.
    • Take, for example, the impulse of love. We can do our deeds, in
    • relation to other men, out of the impulse which we call love. It
    • its outcome now? Now it becomes the underlying basis, the impulse for
    • must also conceive it as an impulse in life. We must be conscious
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    • first seven years of life. And at a later age an inner impulse
    • earth becomes the impulse and power to enter into what he missed last
    • you have an inner impulse also to learn to know what he may be like
    • in youth. The impulse leads you in a later life actually to learn to
    • in maturer years. This brought the impulse into your soul to learn to
    • has a great influence when this impulse arises — in one of the
    • not develop the impulse to learn to know your friend once more in
    • impulse in you to have your friend with you only in youth in a
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    • do at least dream of our feelings, but of our impulses of will we
    • willing. Therein are working and wielding all the impulses from our
    • volition is. We are asleep in our impulses of will, even in waking
    • continually sending their currents, their impulses, the forces that
    • impulses which we receive with our perceptions. They are underlying
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    • simple. While on the one hand the mightiest of all impulses poured
    • to receive impulses from those leading spirits who had been more or
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    • the impulses for looking at things in the right way arise of
    • impulse to wage a fierce battle with the man whom he now encountered
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    • tracing the various paths taken by the Christian Impulse on its way
    • goes forth from Arabia as a mighty impulse, spreading far into Asia,
    • not exactly ruling over culture, but certainly giving the impulse to
    • starting from Greece; this impulse is made manifest later on by
    • the other hand, when we think deeply about the impulses that were at
    • yet working still with the same fundamental impulse. In an earlier
    • environment, this same impulse was imparted by Lord Bacon in a more
    • great impulses — those of less importance, too, which I need
    • remains; even when through other impulses of destiny there may have
    • after having worked in this region felt repulsed, experienced a sense
    • that of Mohammed; he draws his impulse from Mohammed, but only his
    • impulse. He has not yet discarded the religious core of
    • with the spread of Anthroposophy. One lends oneself to the impulse
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    • of impulses for freedom were stirring among the peoples of Europe,
    • way, and took account only of the impulses that welled up from the
    • primitive impulses, and at the same time with such genius! Others
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    • impulses in the souls of human beings work on and are transplanted,
    • the events of the day he bears within him impulses of quite a
    • gained from his education and environment. The impulse of
    • body unable to contain all the impulses that are alive in his soul,
    • he does not appear as an Initiate; nevertheless the impulse of
    • where actual time means little. Impulses separated by hundreds of
    • bringing with him his profoundly significant impulses for the
    • message and his impulse.
    • where the impulses which both of them had caused to flow into this
    • long journey between death and a new birth into an impulse and urge
    • impulse to investigate the course of his karma. Otto Hausner could
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    • impulse: Would the Anthroposophical Society continue to evolve by
    • have observed that impulses are now at work which call forth
    • spiritual world, these souls received impulses which worked on in
    • greatest. Under the influence of Lord Bacon's impulses, all
    • the less doing with all force and devotion out of another impulse in
    • memory. The inner impulse was there but it no longer coincided with
    • an undefined impulse was at work in him, to this effect: ‘I was
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    • emotional impulses make themselves felt. And it is these instinctive,
    • emotional impulses, rooted as they are in the subconscious, that make
    • ethical side, carries with it an ethical impulse.
    • evident among us as one of the fruits of the new impulse that should
    • of an esoteric impulse — when we understand this truly, then
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    • Impulse which, proceeding from a sublime Sun-Being, from the Christ,
    • the spiritual life of mankind, the impulses that had been cultivated
    • impulses came into the life of mankind at that time, before being
    • — but with the eye of a soul in which impulses from his former
    • was born again, he did not take into himself the final impulse. He
    • world and gather impulses that would enable him to take deep hold of
    • and the impulses which gave rise to these destinies; and we are now
    • able to divine how the spiritual impulses work. For we must place
    • individuality experiences in the dimness of insanity, impulses that
    • work in preparation for coming earthly lives, impulses that destine
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    • impulses of soul in a subsequent life on earth, find their balance
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    • motives and impulses may account for his behaviour. A man, let us
    • are shaped in accordance with the most intimate impulses of the head.
    • Moon, with all the impulses which work in man from the Moon. We begin
    • all that exists there as Sun-impulse (see diagram). You look through
    • impulses of the Moon. Then it is a matter of going a step further,
    • then as Sun-being, you see the Sun-impulse in him. And again, you
    • behind him his Moon-impulses, his Sun-impulses, and his
    • Saturn-impulses. Then the image or picture of the man comes to meet
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    • circulation, again, passes over into the impulses of the movements of
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    • to find any kind of balance there for the moral impulses issuing from
    • impulses of will in our souls and what we see taking effect in
    • the impulse for its realisation. — But let us leave that for
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    • longer a support and his moral impulses were in jeopardy. There was
    • impulses of karma take effect.
    • enables the karmic impulses within him to come to expression. For
    • impulses that influenced his earthly life! No one who really wants to
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    • give him a strong and deep impulse to live in communion with the
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    • actually shapes life, gives it form and implants into it the impulses
    • time of falling asleep to that of waking. These impulses are at work
    • manner of writing should indicate that impulses are flowing all the
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    • sole source of the impulses is man himself, where he lives in sheer
    • aberrations and misguided impulses in cultural life, darkness is
    • into the spiritual world through impulses in civilisation arising
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    • Thoughts, Feelings, and impulses of Will which lead to
    • pulse-beat. This happens quickly. The men of whom I am now
    • humanity even in its totality. A special impulse had to be
    • colouring, into the cosmic ether, into the impulses of the
    • necessary, since the entry of our Christmas impulse, that
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    • his deeds, his impulses of will, his tendencies of thought,
    • opinion — not from his own emotions or inner impulses
    • friends, how powerfully the impulses of the past work upon
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    • appalling Ahrimanic impulse became mingled with it. After
    • see him descend on the one hand with all those impulses
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    • is one that recognises and bears the Christ Impulse within
    • tendency, the impulse, to evolve towards the Christian
    • had not been permeated by the Christ Impulse. Such was the
    • impulses which a man may have, if through his lives on
    • old Pagan impulses had still been working in them strongly,
    • they still bore within their souls strong impulses from the
    • still bore much Paganism, many Pagan impulses within them.
    • so many impulses to fire their work and their activity.
    • They received these impulses paramountly into their
    • many an anthroposophist who bears within him the impulse
    • of the other karmic impulses in our lives. Hence it was
    • the intensity of neither of the two impulses is very
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    • impulses from the way in which the spiritual world was
    • spoken of, — impulses enabling them, at certain times
    • had descended to the earth to give the impulse of
    • impulses, as we find them expressed in Alain de Lille's
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    • important impulses in the process of humanity during that
    • referred, the most important spiritual impulses had
    • — the age in which we are, and the impulses of which
    • streams of these two impulses work together.
    • all in the Age of Gabriel that the national impulses within
    • the next three centuries, these national impulses will be
    • Greece. Such are the things that happen under the impulse
    • impulse.
    • these had experienced and undergone the several impulses of
    • And Michael, with all the impulses that are his, though his
    • of his true impulse, to the end that Intelligence may once
    • whoever really has the impulse towards Anthroposophy —
    • has this impulse within him, still bears in his soul the
    • impulse to seek for what would work as Anthroposophy on
    • them the impulse, as a result of all they experienced in
    • spiritual streams, will Michael find the impulses which
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    • bore deep within them the impulse of greatness to soar
    • discouraged as they are. This was the impulse of Michael.
    • impulse to the Spiritual Soul, — something of the
    • impulse which was at work above the earth struck down like
    • impulse of Michael. Now that the Intelligence administered
    • by him has come down to men, it is his impulse to lead men
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    • Entry of the Michael Forces. Decisive Character of the Michael Impulses
    • CHARACTER OF THE MICHAEL IMPULSES
    • the Anthroposophical Movement, bear this impulse within
    • see what influence the impulses of Michael can have upon
    • impulses — and this is of great importance for the
    • impulses are of a kind to enter deeply and intensely into
    • Gabriel is characterised by the fact that his impulses
    • Intelligence. But Michael's impulses are strong and
    • to all Sun-impulses. This being the case, we shall realise
    • what a profound significance his impulses must have for
    • interplay, of Luciferic impulses and Ahrimanic.
    • impulses: they are fraught with great decisions, and they
    • in the present incarnation receive the Michael impulses
    • being in such a way that these Michael impulses enter even
    • with deep impulse and strength of heart — who receive
    • I said that the Michael impulses appear as a race-creating
    • very highest degree by the impulses of Anthroposophy. He is
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    • The Michaelites: Their Karmic Impulse Towards the Spiritual Life —
    • MICHAELITES: THEIR KARMIC IMPULSE TOWARDS
    • the peculiar karmic position which the impulse to
    • the fact that he bears within him a karmic impulse
    • impelling him towards the Spiritual. In this karmic impulse
    • impulses which work immediately upon his soul, he will as
    • other hand, who out of an inner impulse quite consciously
    • we find in those who are drawn by an inner impulse into the
    • impulses, which bring the single anthroposophists to
    • karma, the impulses which have been able to draw me to
    • of journalism and of the impulse everywhere to expatiate on
    • practical, even in the deepest impulses of his will. Now
    • falsehood of materialism? This impulse lives in the hearts
    • feels a tremendous impulse to refute materialism, to fight
    • certain instincts may have very good impulses indeed; yet
    • number of human beings today have the inner impulse to
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    • this community through a sincere and inward impulse of
    • conform to his inmost impulse, — relationships,
    • hand he has constant impulse to press forward in the
    • nature of the impulses we are confronting when we stand
    • themselves the impulse to come to the anthroposophical life
    • This impulse must
    • through its own unconscious impulse to come to
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    • Society was to be given a new impulse, the impulse that is essential if
    • Foundation an esoteric impulse has indeed come into the Anthroposophical
    • Anthroposophical Movement must also realise that the spiritual impulses
    • impulse. When at the beginning of the century the Anthroposophical
    • my work was given the hallmark of the impulse which later became an
    • discomfort. We wake up: the heart is thumping vigorously and the pulse
    • beating rapidly. The feverish movement of the heart and pulse is
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    • influence and impulse from him.
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    • Christian impulses but out of other impulses which entered the stream of
    • the more deeply inward impulses that matter. Thus it is with the
    • impulses that matter.
    • aspect we may not immediately recognise these impulses in the new form
    • in the power of the impulses they give, but does not appear in the outer
    • that was exemplary for the spreading of a spiritual impulse. All this
    • those impulses which ancient Greece brought forth in Aristotle and which
    • cosmic origin of the Christ Impulse was no longer known in the 9th
    • century. The full greatness of the Christ Impulse had as it were been
    • knowledge and impulses from the Mysteries, there was indeed a
    • Cosmic Christianity and the Impulse of Michael,
    • messages from sun and moon and stars which entered into the impulses of
    • impulses that lived in the will of Alexander and Aristotle. But this did
    • to receive the new impulses of a Christianised Aristotelianism. But
    • especially in the 12th century, contained a mighty spiritual impulse.
    • these things are connected with the impulse that proceeded from that
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    • sincerely, out of a straightforward inner impulse, with the
    • into the impulses of their will what we may call: The will to be united
    • the deep impulses, the karmic significance of which must again be
    • impulses are contained. For all these things work together, even as the
    • way into the impulses of education which a given age provides. In the
    • impulses of Michael, which have now been carried down, so to speak, from
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    • School of Chartres still had the impulse, even in the 12th century, to
    • the aegis of Michael himself, so as to pour forth impulses which were to
    • those great impulses.
    • life. All that was reminiscent still of the great and deep impulses of
    • here. When there are such karmic impulses working deep in the
    • spirituality. On the other hand it pointed to the impulses which souls,
    • signifies the impulse for a renewal, for a true and sincere
    • understanding of the Christ-Impulse.
    • deep impulse towards an understanding of Christianity. I do not mean so
    • impulses which the surface consciousness may even largely
    • true impulse to take hold of Christianity. But he did not let it emerge,
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    • too, in manifold impulses of the inner life.
    • earth as though it were caused by earthly impulses alone, and on the
    • when we perceive the interplay of impulses from the stars with the
    • historic impulses within mankind. In Tycho de Brahe's soul there lived
    • impulses and movements. Now the remarkable thing is this, that in Lord
    • And thus we see, proceeding from the impulse
    • was his constant striving to preserve the great and lasting impulses of
    • thing that would contain real impulses of a spiritual kind cannot be
    • esoteric impulse of this stream of Michael, whose working to begin with
    • super-sensible world, if we need impulses that are there within that
    • impulse will be given for a spiritual life on earth, without which
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    • contains at the same time the active impulse to rise ever higher and
    • response to the inner impulses of his soul, a quite definite course of
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    • Mazdao, the great Spirit of Light, who sends his impulses into the
    • souls who out of a sincere impulse have since found their way into
    • into the impulse to learn to know things in their very forms of thought
    • shoots himself out of a deep inner impulse, having the idea that if he
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    • of Ideas contained a certain ancient Persian impulse — Plato found
    • might carry his former impulses in a way that they might now come forth
    • oriental impulses which the Greeks still had, which the Romans had not
    • impulse to conceive the modern world — Europe on a large scale
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    • in times to come. But the essential impulse — and this applies,
    • outer, political sense it is of course true that Europe repulsed the
    • one who out of a strong inner impulse and with powerful and sound
    • impulse to externalise everything contained in Mohammedanism. This
    • Europe and was able there to give expression to the impulse deriving
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    • will, to impulses of will. What a tremendous power of will was in
    • of the world. But the impulse working from the one incarnation over
    • of the impulses it quickened in me. This geometry teacher himself
    • later life into the impulse to espouse the cause of freedom in
    • Greece. This impulse led Byron, in the 19th century, to the very
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    • that is able to kindle inner forces and impulses in the moral and
    • religious impulses must spring from the heart. True, these impulses
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    • necessities of nature. The moral impulse within us is a spiritual
    • conscience as the moral impulse is formed in that part of the Sun's
    • Golgotha He is. But just as the Christ Impulse penetrates radically
    • elaborated the main impulses of his karma in the Saturn-sphere. Men
    • whose main karmic impulses take shape in the Mars-existence become
    • Saturn impulses. These Saturn impulses have a very special influence
    • impulses of earlier Initiation showed themselves merely in the
    • to unfold impulses for the future. And when, on
    • into the future and giving expression to far reaching ideas, impulses
    • an impulse of will worthy of our soul life before the descent through
    • influence. This strengthening of the moral impulse is an essential
    • gives a strong and true religious impulse. And so a picture of cosmic
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    • Acting upon some urge or impulse, we achieve one thing or
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    • karma, gathers into himself the impulses which will bring about
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    • have to find our way into the second half, where the impulse to
    • Foundation Meeting the impulse was given to speak without
    • and impulse with which the Anthroposophical Society was imbued
    • give shape to the karma of human beings. Other impulses too are
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    • world-conception, enthusiasm for the realisation of impulses
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    • in an epoch of life when as far as earthly impulses are
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    • nothing of how the impulse contained in the ‘I want’ finds its
    • ordinary consciousness know anything at all of how this impulse
    • memory he was guided only by the impulses of the present
    • Impulses worked in him that had nothing whatever to do
    • form bonds with them out of an inner impulse which neither he
    • his kind, impulses to which he gave expression in earlier
    • Therefore this is the time when the impulse must be given to
    • from one epoch into the next the impulses that work in history,
    • themselves, how the impulses are carried over from earlier
    • impulse of our Christmas Foundation, the time has come when
    • are potent impulses at this very time. Esotericism must
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    • feeling and also impulses of will are more and more sifted out
    • will-impulses under the impression of the moment! Feeling and
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    • inner, moral impulses do not proceed from the head but from the
    • consciousness that in the deeper impulses of a man's
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    • impulse, a new influence was destined to enter human
    • does not realize what has happened to him, but he has received an impulse.
    • impulses. These legends were the reminiscence of a great time which
    • and is an initiate of the Aryan period. When similar new impulses
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    • himself with virgin wisdom. Consequently his impulse toward higher
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    • influence, to a semitic impulse. If we continue studying the
    • impulse in the Moorish culture which penetrated into Spain, and
    • semitic impulse reaches as far as the fifth sub-race.
    • impulses of one great stream penetrate five times into the earliest
    • contains an impulse from the South. Everywhere we come across something
    • which may be designated as a semitic impulse.
    • a special task. The old impulses had ceased, something entirely new was
    • new contained a new impulse which was gradually coming into life.
    • a new impulse had to come produced in Wagner also his ideas concerning
    • had finished to play its role, and that the semitic impulses must die
    • out. This gave rise to his call for emancipation from these impulses.
    • decay in the present race. He wished to give rise to a new impulse
    • possible to experience this uplifting impulse, and in the North, the
    • development in the modern period, has really given the impulse for
    • one of the first who felt the impulse leading to a reunion of art, science
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    • in thoughts, feelings, sensations and will-impulses, and that
    • impulses of the will to his own development, to his own life.
    • through our own impulse; if we change some strongly rooted
    • of the will-impulses in ordinary life, and to a perception of
    • will-impulses objectively, that is to say, separated from our
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