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  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • question exists will be denied by no one. Yet if we look back to
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • background of his inner spiritual activity. In response, he
    • fall back upon the support of a meat diet.
    • inner forces. So through spiritual science we come back to the
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • familiar with the general background of his anthroposophical
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • followed backwards. Or a play or story can be thought through in reverse
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • look back from this present life to former lives on earth. We see that
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • This painting depicts a train of kings and queens on horseback emerging
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • Background of the Mystery of Golgotha,
    • child's mind: only when he has reached an age when he can look back in
    • religious background. We should often call to mind why the child walks
    • Sixth Great Period of humanity when men will look back upon that which
    • Man, looking back at his life, will realize that just as he can
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • the world order, we shall say, looking back to these ancient times, that
    • will stream back from the earth's aura into the worlds that He forsook for
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • teaching that was later pushed into the background by scholarly
    • back on early cultural epochs — for instance, to the time when people
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • It is against such a background of perplexity and misguided fervor
    • ages, but they take us back to those heathen times in which an
    • Background of the External World — The Fall of the Spirits of
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • evolution which lie far back in time, for instance, to the Atlantean epoch,
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • nor do we wish to hold it back, for its life consists in the conquests needed
    • race during inconceivably long periods of time, only to fall back headlong
    • develops spiritual powers of cognition, he is able to look back upon the
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • its reality only when we see it against the background of the forces
    • points you back into the past. Even as a dream is understood as a
    • of to-day. Alas, almost at once, everyone falls back into the old
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • central point out to one side without also swinging back to the other.
    • the backbone of our anthroposophical thought and consciousness should
    • backbone of all social life.
    • back over our present incarnation to survey what has happened to us in
    • we look back on the years in the more distant past to people with whom
    • of life as is often done today, we are not afraid to look back quietly
    • objective about ourselves. Here we must also go back to our earlier
    • cultivate the social instinct and impulses in us by looking back upon
    • countries where things have remained backward, where the remnants of
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • We look back over our life, at the series of pictures of our
    • backward survey of our life the intervals of sleep are ignored. It
    • the same way the experience is a positive one when we are looking back
    • mirrors back to us in chaotic pictures certain fragments of our inner,
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • the case of the plant we must go back to the seed, so in the case of
    • these future worlds that will come into being, we must go back to the
    • be revealed as such. But if the bodily substance is traced back to
    • We can look back from this world-conception to ancient times when
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • When we look back upon the beginning of human evolution on earth, and
    • course of many years. I have told you: We look back into the first
    • ancient Indian people; we look back into the ancient Persian epoch of
    • over in Asia. She brings him back to Egypt, where Ahriman, the enemy, cuts
    • Isis had to set out on her search for him, how she first brought him back
    • the spiritual background of existence. External natural science is
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • by looking back upon the body. Keyserling's talks concerning
    • between falling asleep and awaking, we look back, we feel our way
    • back, as it were, into our bodies. We feel what is of the earth in our
    • of which we develop mathematics can be brought back to life, and
    • Human consciousness thus looks back here to the Tree of Paradise, to
    • make the Mystery of Golgotha known to-day. We turn back from the
    • instead turn back to the God who created the universe. This is
    • so remote from Christianity — with these humanity has turned back
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • present day in this connection if we go back to earlier ages and
    • in which Aristarchus conceived the world. We are therefore taken back
    • him back from the region for which he is unfit, thus protecting him
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • nevertheless when we look back, its effects can be apprehended
    • itself radiate light but at most throw it back. The truth is that in
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • back on a time in the evolution of humanity when Man, in repeating his
    • The poet, by avoiding the prose element in speech, and going back to
    • are thrown back, and he experiences it in his consciousness. What he
    • the universe. Everywhere it is necessary to go back to what, as
    • Now of what does modern life consist? When we look back from these
    • has become very abstract. Going back into times of which history tells
    • It is necessary, however, that Man should go back, in
    • recede into the background to enable Man to develop his freedom. Man
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • on what they find there, they are cast back and disappear again. It is
    • time to which he can remember back, with ordinary consciousness, in
    • bear the effects of what the cosmos makes of our deeds back again into
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • greater and greater intensity the farther we go back in history — is
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • can reckon backwards and forwards. But to do justice to such reckoning we
    • If we look back to ancient times in human history we shall find, scattered
    • all these together: mineral, plant and animal. Looking back from the
    • Thyself’, and looks back upon himself, he will not find his full human
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • of the etheric body is restrained and consumption is held back.
    • are pushed back and the human being is benumbed by a spiritual
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • migraine that it can again press back the digestive process which broke
    • movements which will work in a healing way if one works back from the
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • familiar with the general background of his anthroposophical
    • When we look back in memory from any given point in our life, we
    • so. For if we had to look back into a life uninterrupted by sleep, we
    • sleep, but even that is not quite true. When we look back in memory,
    • darkness when you look back on your own life. The times you spent
    • Indeed if we look back into earlier epochs of human evolution upon
    • the cosmic forces thrown back or reflected by the Moon reach us upon
    • looking back on the entire life of the planetary system. Even as we
    • look back in memory upon the limited range of our earthly life, so do
    • future life. If you look back in time from this event, you will be
    • thirtieth and fiftieth year — follow it backward through your life
    • Elderly people, looking back contemplatively upon their life, will
    • fact. When he looks back and remembers his past life, he must admit: I
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • When we look back into olden times, we see rise up before us within the
    • the life on Earth, he has elaborated his karma, he then turns back again to
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • look back on a divine spiritual wisdom received here on earth by men
    • world, it will be possible to lead the intellect back gain into
    • historical description. But, essentially, it goes back to what I have
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • sensible. The “finite” is mathematically referred back to
    • realm of the senses is led back to the point of the super-sensible.
    • the spirit of mathematical science. The mathematician is led back to
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • then go away and look back at it later on, the tree has not
    • spiritually conceived, it has not passed away. You can look back at it
    • just as you looked back at the tree. Richard Wagner showed that he had
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • look back at the earth. Of course, this is only possible in our
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • once natural; a falling back, in this case into the Old Moon period.
    • Moon. Such an atavistic falling back into Moon-visions must today be
    • thinking back into the Old Moon, not to the extent of having visions,
    • transformed most if they are to be led back halfway to the Old Moon
    • serve the human condition which results from this going back halfway
    • is actually present form a way back towards that reanimation of the
    • have to think back to the good Aristotle, who was nearer to the old
    • senses are reanimated, when they are led back once more to the
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • Looking back before the nineteenth century to the end of the
    • middle of the nineteenth century and humanity was thrown back on its
    • which were originally free corporations. If you go back to the times
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • Now let us go back to the event that makes a strong impression on our
    • back and makes its appearance in the next seven-year period as an
    • that such an event always comes back seven years later, for the lapse
    • be able to go back to some earlier event that affected him deeply. And
    • reaction that comes back on to Man — their power to do so,
    • it out all around you. When it comes back to you, it is not unchanged;
    • and when it works back on to you, then, together with the process
    • “Go back”, she cried, “to your worthy dame.”
    • feeling. For these always come back to us in a changed form. They
    • swim. Here then you may see how experiences can come back in the form
    • back; but they make a wider circuit and come back only in the next
    • experiences do not come back unchanged; they have undergone a very
    • that it comes back in the second seven-year period, at about the ninth
    • comes back in a more spiritual form, whereas in the second or third
    • events which comes back in a striking manner. The same observation can
    • things will work back upon the whole disposition of human life in a
    • takes place in our life of soul. The events come back; they exercise
    • always comes back in some form or other. You will probably remember
    • feeling, the effect of it will swing back into his life after many
    • years. It swings back in the interval, but then swings out again
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  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • what has first been sent out into space from the Earth and comes back
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • Let us now go farther back, within the ear. We come to the so-called
    • back to this spiral cochlea, situated within the cavity of the
    • back again into the Spiritual, takes place by metamorphosis and
    • to be transformed back again. At death you give your physical
    • it would be nothing in particular. You understand it by saying back
  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • are thrown back into ourselves. Taken all in all, we have to say that
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • will give back to you. The measure of what you yourself place into the
    • world is the measure of the consciousness that the world will give back to
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • person can bring back something into the waking life through
    • which no dreams can be brought back into the ordinary conscious
    • is so light that dreams can be brought back into ordinary life,
    • these lines of form to the apex, and back again. You would
    • condition of sleep, they could not be brought back out of it.
    • works back into the super-sensible. We must recognise in
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • But to-day we shall look back at what is left behind in bed when a
    • column, and the vertebral canal, lie towards the back. In the physical
    • according to their various stages of existence. We can go back from
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • question of man’s origin — answers which lead back not to
    • origin of man led us back to a form still hovering in spiritual
    • man’s being back through the ages, leads to external, animal
    • forms, whereas Spiritual Science leads us back to forms which more
    • humanity, for it was then that the Christ — having held back
    • spiritual world. Then when such a soul was presently led back again
    • back to the Mysteries and seek in them for those things which have
    • the veil of the Mysteries when we follow it back into pre-Christian
    • For then he will realise that he can look back to the age of which
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • destined place in evolution and he looked back to a far remote past
    • The study of Mysticism carries us back to very early stages in the
    • representation were part of one whole, and when Wagner looked back to
    • Atlanteans. The old Germanic peoples looked back to the ages when
    • beginning to develop. The ancient Germanic peoples looked back to the
    • The ancient Germanic peoples looked back to the time when the mists of
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • go back through the Middle Ages to the first Christian centuries we
    • the Good points to family-likeness. What can we do except go back to
    • And so, as we look back to an earlier Spiritual Science (which
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • spiritual life upon the earth, so do we bring back again into the
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • the glass, it will bound back into its own form. In a similar way,
    • birth, when we live backwards through our life, nothing would occur
    • lived backwards through our earthly life and have thus gradually
    • physically, was formed in advance. If we go back into evolution, if
    • But it must be brought back again.
    • have in our soul’s background a knowledge that can only come
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • differ from all its predecessors. We now come back to what was said
    • attuned that what has issued from the human being will resound back
    • back to me. On the one side his words seemed to me at the time to
  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • this doctrine fell more into the background, was outwardly less
    • The first attempt leads back to an Initiate who as yet could play no
  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • must look back beyond my birth, far into the past, if I would see the
    • Now we look back, with the vision of Initiation, into
  • Title: Lecture: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • not always so. If we go no farther back than to the earlier part of
    • not even need to go back so far before we come to a time when the
    • If now we go back into more remote ages, we find something different
    • must take our thoughts right back to Atlantis. For we have to reckon
    • If we go back to the earliest times of Post-Atlantean evolution, or
    • take pains to understand what we learn; but as we go back over
    • far back as Roman times. Cicero and Caesar we can still understand,
    • continuous stream back from our own day to Rome. A certain element of
    • which a divine stream was interwoven. It goes back to the origin of
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • this cosmic background the faculty of thought in its pure form began
  • Title: Lecture I: Ancient Myths
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    • of enraging Typhon, and as Osiris came back from his wanderings
    • and brought it back home to Egypt. Typhon now became angrier and tore
    • this, however, you see that the Greeks looked back to a time when
    • different, and that this looking back went hand in hand with the
    • ideas they formed of the Gods. Thus they looked back to Zeus, Hera,
    • they showed how they looked back to earlier states of consciousness
    • back to his generations of the Gods looked back to the past in the
    • the Greeks looked back to generations of Gods, to conditions that
    • be traced back to a common type? If the Greeks refer to earlier ages
    • looked back to an ancient time in the sense of the change of human
    • look farther back, I was related as a human being to the macrocosm
    • look back in this way to earlier ages when the Gods walked among
  • Title: Lecture II: Ancient Myths
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    • in mankind, we know that we have to look back to earlier times of
    • perceptibility of super-earthly things. It is well to look back at
    • times. We look back from our Fifth Post-Atlantean epoch, in the
    • of looking back of mankind, and this looking back to other states of
    • myth looked back to quite definite star-constellations. They have
    • Phoenicia back to Egypt. A deep wisdom is expressed in such a myth, a
    • Phoenicia. From Phoenicia back to Egypt the abstract-script has come,
    • the course of mankind's evolution. We are there looking back to an
    • this that humanity has to look back to earlier evolutionary periods
    • gradually vanished, it was necessary to fall back on just such a
    • it thus: When we go back into the old Osiris-time, then the human
    • a backward luciferic impulse.
    • is traced back to this
    • trace that back by saying: only the parts have been left, the
    • Egyptian-Chaldean epoch when one looked back to the ancient
    • were, must take place: man must find the way back again to the
  • Title: Lecture III: Ancient Myths
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    • looked back into ancient times and said to themselves: the Gods
    • Egyptian and the Greek mythology traced man back to older times in
    • the immediate present bears much in it, that points back to the Old
    • discovered it then in Byblos in Phoenicia and brought it back to
    • one should inquire about the origin of such a saying. It goes back to
    • and back from childhood to birth, if he asks himself ‘What do I
    • art of Education. This is not the looking back at having been
  • Title: Lecture IV: Ancient Myths
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    • immense one. I was therefore able to say that if you went back with
    • very far from the plan to stab in the back those who are ready to die
    • vastly convenient to stand back and say: Yes, negotiations are going
    • back to Julius Robert Mayer. Although physicists and
  • Title: Lecture V: Ancient Myths
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    • one hand he looked back at the 18th Century, how it had gradually
    • back at one's youth and say: Ah, how fine it was when I was a child!
    • And this is so. One can still force oneself later to turn back to
  • Title: Lecture VI: Ancient Myths
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    • the earlier ideas. We need not go back very far — only people
    • back again into the spiritual world — when this becomes a
    • Christianity, it has thrust back eastwards (as I said here a few
    • can look back over the last centuries and what they have brought ...
  • Title: Lecture VII: Ancient Myths
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    • himself’ from the cosmos and how he gives back to the cosmos
    • that will follow the earth's existence. In the forces that go back
    • breathed out, given back again by the earth we bear in us what
    • sieve, and must force its way back to reality.
  • Title: Lecture: The Souls Progress through Repeated Earth Lives
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    • cosmos and is thrown back again.
    • earth life has expanded into the cosmos, has come back again, and now
    • continuous swinging back and forth between earth and heaven, and
    • can see that we are directed back to our past through our intellect;
    • processes which had formed his brain really point back to former
    • preceded by one still further back. We thus go back to former
    • centuries, back to the Middle Ages, and, I might say, we follow the
    • conclusion that what lives in the present people can be traced back
    • German, French, or English history as far back as possible, he does
    • so by going back through the chain of ancestors according to their
    • another generation living today, we can certainly trace it back to
    • streams of migrations, they may be traced back to ancestors who at an
    • look back upon our grandfather, great-grandfather,
    • Russian population, spiritual scientific research leads us back to
    • the spiritual researcher investigates the present, he is led back to
  • Title: Lecture: The Forming of Destiny in Sleeping and Waking
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    • subsequent life, then in that life you will be able to look back to
    • karma, as it will be then, is to be traced back to this present
    • It is not right to throw everything back to the past. The right
    • death. Then comes the backward review, lasting one, two, three days,
    • as a panorama. Always, without exception, the human being looks back,
  • Title: Lecture: Goethe and the Evolution of Consciousness
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    • back to an age when human beings were quite differently constituted
    • where he turns his back upon the macrocosm, crying: “Thou,
    • We can, however, go still further back than this. Spiritual Science
    • further back to a third epoch when the soul of man lived in an
    • If we study the civilised people in the age which stretches back from
  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • and who is able to survey his own life back to birth, to begin with,
    • before him. Just as he can look back upon a memory, so he can at any
    • moment, and at will, look back to what formed part of his
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • so far back, philosophy has, after all, always developed out of a
  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • branches of knowledge of ancient times, we go back, for instance,
  • Title: Lecture: Salt, Mercury, Sulphur
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    • while Jacob Boehme harks back ineffectually to pre-earthly man,
    • cosmic background on the other. But Giordano Bruno fails to give an
    • writings of the Middle Ages which date back to the thirteenth,
    • faculty of man to look back into pre-earthly existence has been lost
    • to information which dates back beyond comparatively recent times.
    • You are aware that it dates back to a comparatively early period of
    • wisdom. They speak of an ancestor far back in time — an
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • when we go back to very ancient times of human evolution we have to
    • further we go back, the more we find in ancient times — in the
    • it was a hypocrisy to paint a golden background, but for a
    • through a future life. To-day we should not always look back on what
    • that in future lives on earth we shall be looking back on what we are
  • Title: Lecture: Some Conditions for Understanding Supersensible Experiences
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    • physical world, is your body. It becomes a mirror, reflecting back to
    • image of the ego is reflected back to you by the body. You know of
  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of the Movement for Religious Renewal to the Anthroposophical Movement
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    • removal of the ground and backbone of the Movement for Religious
    • bound to dissolve away when the ‘backbone’ of knowledge
  • Title: Lecture: The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead
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    • cannot look back as far as the hour of our birth; we cannot look back
    • one person who can remember his own birth, nor look back upon it. The
    • of dissolution, as an end. But when we look back upon the moment of
    • Ego-consciousness, if we could not look back incessantly, if we would
    • Ego, through the fact that we constantly look back upon our death, is
    • We look back upon our death, and in the same way we now look back
    • people, outside, have experienced through us. As we go backwards
    • life by going through it retrogradely. And when we have gone back as
    • our earthly experiences backwards — we are still connected with
  • Title: Lecture: Awakening to Community - I
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    • If we look back over
    • to flee to and to look back from at one's unsatisfactory life outside
    • men and other such specialists simply must not turn their backs on
    • background is in no position to carry on a debate about anthroposophy
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    • and again in our studies we have gone back to the ancient Saturn
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 3: Original Sin
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    • moment in human evolution we want to recall lies a long way back. If
    • we go back through post-Atlantean times and then through Atlantean
    • with clairvoyant consciousness we look further back still, we find
    • individualisation was pushed back to the arising of the physical
    • to forget the spiritual background, and the influence of the spirit
    • himself off from his spiritual surroundings. The further we go back
    • side of it, for it has a very serious drawback. Since you withdraw
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 4: Rhythm in the Bodies of Man
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    • after four times seven days it comes back to the beginning again. A
    • correspond to these rhythms. This is because man has been driven back
    • if we go back to the original relationships. In the case of animals
    • has arisen, a science that is no longer in a position to go back to
    • back to ancient times. It was a torture for my intellect and my
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    • as it is today comes back as it were to its starting-point in
    • Moon and Earth existence. If we look back to our old Moon we find
    • is ten times twenty-eight and the physical body is as it were back at
    • evolution. If we were to go back before this time, even then we
    • us come back to the clock. In a certain respect this also conforms to
    • conception that will bring man back into this kind of rhythm again.
    • this: When certain prophets go around today preaching ‘Back to
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 6: Illness and Karma
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    • man's life flows backwards. This is something that is difficult for
    • backwards, right to the moment of birth. This is what is behind the
    • Heaven!’ In other words, man lives backwards as far as his
    • soul back to the spiritual — man would need only a very short
    • therefore, whilst living his life backwards in Kamaloca after death,
    • you arrive back in your childhood filled with the intention of
    • This, however, is not necessarily an immediate drawback. Man has to
    • to it in greater detail later — let us look back into that
    • this is to look back into those times when divine-spiritual powers
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 7: Laughing and Weeping
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    • weeping, grinning and laughing. We must go back to some very
    • backwards instead of forwards. The right balance between sorrow and
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 8: The Manifestation of the Ego in the Different Races of Men
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    • Looking back into the ancient past, we see how the human soul and
    • back into ancient India, Persia, Egypt, and so on. And we saw how the
    • were to fall back on to the earth, and the sun to reunite with it; if
    • we would find this more and more the further back we went. Just think
    • the lower. When we look back over the ages we can learn from the fact
    • which they seek within themselves. We, however, look back to our good
    • are born out of the world and want to live our way back into it.
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    • we look back into ancient times, the Indian, Persian,
  • Title: Between Death and Rebirth: Lecture One
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    • cannot change it. To change it we must go back into the body. True,
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    • back to those primeval ages when the Holy Rishis were the first
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    • others remain in the background, surrounding us like a cosmic aura.
    • flow back. Thus here again the gulf between the physical and the
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    • which we bring back again into physical existence through birth. And
    • bring back different forces into each incarnation.
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    • by backward Luciferic Spirits who suppress the consciousness proper
    • background — teachings that must be introduced today into the
    • of reincarnation and karma was left in the background not only in the
    • indeed go back to the time when you were first able to think, but not
    • learn to talk because their backbone is horizontal, not vertical.
    • What thus remains entirely concealed we can follow back as far as
    • birth and before birth, even still further back, when we contemplate
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    • back to which a man's memory extends in later life, the moment when
    • hardly find two human beings whose memories go back to exactly the
    • Spirits of Form take what is presented to them and hold back its
    • brought to a halt by these backward Spirits of Form. The Beings of
    • backward spiritual Beings belonging to the different Hierarchies. In
    • But then the backward Spirits of Form who are the opponents of the
    • backward Spirits of Form, the first actual manifestation of the ‘I’
    • in the human being during early childhood is the work of the backward
    • happenings which are to be attributed to backward Spirits of Wisdom
    • and backward Spirits of Movement.
    • back only a few hundred years to find that conditions were very
    • various generations of human beings are to be traced back to Adam,
    • different periods, leads back finally to the physical body of Adam —
    • spiritual heritage. If we go back to the epoch long before the
    • who remained backward and have become Luciferic spirits. What we call
    • beings, for example backward Spirits of Form who surge in upon the
    • backward spirits who are responsible for the creation of public
    • progresses or remains backward is manipulated in such a way that the
    • indeed backward spirits, but everything that remains behind on the
    • is the final result. The backward spirits are utilised to constitute
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    • something remained backward in the evolutionary process. Normal
    • characteristic qualities are traced back to his ancestors. Outwardly
    • human evolution on the Earth. Let us look back to an age, for example
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    • backwards and come to the regions through which his soul passed
    • hypochondriacs. And if we were to go still further back, to the life
    • investigation to trace them back to times when souls without number
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    • the first period after death the soul has to look back upon what was
  • Title: Christ and the Spiritual World: Lecture One
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    • lectures culminate in the esoteric background to the Parsival story
    • living back into the thought-world of that time and recreating it in
    • a clairvoyant faculty in the background, then one feels truly
    • draw back from the physical world, you may disbelieve in a spiritual
    • not in vain, for as though deep in the background of spiritual life
    • the background. This awareness was passed on to others, and if we are
    • developments of the last few centuries. In tracing back the evolution
    • — even they, when they look back to the beginning of time,
    • human thinking, and in the longing that looks back to the spiritual
    • back at these children, these poor dear children, who centuries ago
    • back indulgently at these Gnostic infantilisms — they are
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    • end? Have we anything that could lead us back to an understanding of
    • the back of a boy; he has in his hand something to write with, in
    • pictures should recede more and more into the background of the
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    • be understood if we follow the evolution of our system back to the
    • event, far back in the Lemurian Age, had not taken place in the
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    • lectures culminate in the esoteric background to the Parsival story
    • us look back a little, with the aid of occult knowledge, over what we
    • we look back over what happened then, we must say that what was
    • From all this, if we look back over it, we can
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    • — to press back the chaotic Sibylline forces and to bring out
    • forces of the Sibyls were thrust back for a time, as when a stream
    • back, delayed, so that one may not do too much in a day or a year and
    • son's disappearance: he had not turned back to give her any
    • in the spirit on his way back to the Grail Castle after his meeting
    • Then I tried once more to get back to Kyot, and behold —
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    • rays. The spiritual power of the sun is not held back and reflected,
    • If we look back once more at the primal character of the
    • the Christ Impulse, had to sink back into the subconscious depths of
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    • Moon have also drawn back into concealment, but they have not yet
    • Ego. But deep in the background of your being lies your invisible
    • we go back to the perception of thoughts which prevailed in the time
    • one were to go still farther back into ancient times one would find
    • characteristics of the age that goes back beyond the 12th – 14th
    • back another Being still more super-sensible than the Being that
  • Title: Lecture: The Spiritual Individualities of the Planets
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    • as a mirror of the universe — then radiates them back in every
    • is radiated back by the Moon. The Sun's rays work with tremendous
    • Anyone capable of observing the mirror-pictures thrown back by the
    • The farther we go back in the evolution of the Earth, the less do we
    • fortress radiate back from the rest of the universe.
    • from the universe but allows none of them to stream back — at
    • are opposed to progress, who ever and again want to bring back the
    • of their souls without it being reflected back again by Venus. Venus
  • Title: Lecture: The Problem of Destiny
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    • Ego-consciousness in this life by leading us back to a certain
    • through the portal of death and who send back what they have taken
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    • aside by the real individuality — sends back his imaginations
    • always remain the same between birth and death. Let us look back upon
    • It is this unconscious fear which holds back the people in the outer
    • world. This is a part of that which holds them back, instinctively,
  • Title: Lecture: The Elemental World and the Future of Mankind
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    • the background of this general consciousness the yoga exercises
    • backward compared with these beings. We may take pleasure in a red
    • dwelling in solids had, in a certain sense, to hold back and leave
    • the intellect to man, they also held back the beings of water and
  • Title: Lecture: The Moment of Death and the Period Thereafter
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    • the physical plane we cannot look back as far as the hour of our
    • birth; we cannot look back upon it with the aid of our ordinary
    • birth, nor look back upon it. The only thing we know is that we were
    • we look back upon the moment of death from the other side, from the
    • not look back incessantly, if we would not always see — but
    • constantly look back upon our death, is a new experience, for our
    • death it belongs to the universe. We look back upon our death, and
    • in the same way we now look back with that part which remains to us,
    • pass backwards through our life, we must once more live through
    • As we go backwards through our life, we experience the effects
    • therefore pass through our life by going through it backwards. And
    • when we have gone back as far as our birth, we are ripe for the
    • backwards — we are still connected with our earthly life; we
  • Title: Lecture: Relationships Between the Living and the Dead
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    • only the Ego and the astral body, and when we, of course, look back.
    • back again toward us. When we look out upon the wide green field, we
    • is an undeniable proof for the fact that we need not go back so very
    • death and a new birth. Spiritual Science must give back to them,
  • Title: Mission of Folk-Souls (1929): Lecture 1
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    • of homelessness has been attained, the way may be found back to the
    • sketchily described him, has evolved; that we can look back into a
    • condition. So that we look back to three incarnations of our earth,
    • earlier. If we go still further, back to the first incarnation of our
    • earth-existence, back to the Saturn stage, we find that those beings
    • further back, to the beings who were men during the old
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    • abnormal Spirits of Form, the backward Spirits of Motion, work
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    • going-back begins, and his etheric and astral organizations crumble
    • last third he has to give back that which he received during the
    • period. If we were to go back into the old Lemurian epoch we could
    • which he had already been in times lying very far back. In the
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    • really come into existence? There was a time, which lies far back in
    • traced back to the after-effects of the Saturn element. The results
    • etheric body may be traced back to the old Sun. The after-effects,
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    • direction they take when they are thrown back, reflected.
    • powers flowing into man, radiating back from him, and forming his
    • from its most occult background. In the Semites you have a
    • shall have to trace much that is of immense importance back to this
    • We shall now go back still further and trace how the
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    • back to early Atlantean times. But later on other streams were sent
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    • directly experienced. He did not look back in remembrance at the
    • language of the skalds, back to Odin. The art of reading runes, which
    • speech than the later kind of writing, was also traced back to Odin.
    • Then he understood how to go back to the earlier stages,
    • go back still further for him, by showing how man gradually
    • is able to look back into that time and he can understand that these
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    • back to Loki; but through the old clairvoyance he was aware also that
    • is also to be traced back to the influence of Loki. And so one felt
    • trace back sickness and death to a Luciferic influence. But this too
    • of the Loki influence. You must now transpose yourselves back to the
    • occult background of the Saga of the Twilight of the Gods.
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    • refined to the highest point, goes back again into the etheric body,
    • may consider as represented by Great Britain, are to be traced back
    • How does this evolution advance? When we look back into the ancient
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    • Hoeder, of Freyr and Freya withdrew for a while into the background,
    • which represents nothing but the backward clairvoyance. Vidar, who
  • Title: Lecture: A Picture of Earth-Evolution in the Future
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    • this separation of the moon from the earth. We must go far back in time, before
    • today by many of those who try to hold humanity back from the knowledge of
    • background of what is often said today by people who out of old traditions
    • reflects the sunlight back to us, is in truth deeply connected with our
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    • century. Moreover, the name Anthroposophy takes us still further back
    • can be brought back again to that life through spiritual science. No
  • Title: Lecture: The Spiritual Communion of Mankind
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    • Looking back into very ancient times
    • back again, as it were, to the Gods.” In this way the men of
    • given back again. Just as man regards the air as something which
    • must ever and again be given back to the Gods at the time of Midsummer.
    • him, and every year he gave it back again. The man of today
    • be understood in the right sense. By looking back over the evolution
  • Title: Lecture: Michelangelo
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    • himself, had to fall back on what he could get from his anatomical
    • Back in Rome he had to set
    • his head twisted backwards and his eyes distorted upwards to such an
    • probably during his last days as he looked back over his life —
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    • initiation brings back with him on waking the effects of what he has
    • into the etheric and physical bodies. For he brings back with him
    • soul. And the farther back we go in the history of the evolution of
    • separate sentence in the Lord's Prayer has been traced back, and it
    • different the farther back we go into pre-Christian ages — from
    • entirely false interpretation is placed if — going backwards
  • Title: Lecture: Past Incarnations of the Peoples of Today
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    • is more or less obliged to fall back on what happened in the last
    • generation, in the second and third generations back, and so on
    • and so on, through the generations. He goes backwards in time,
    • tracks of one continuous stream of human life which leads back then
    • their forefathers. It is only a matter of going back in time from the
    • these souls, we are not necessarily led back through the generations
    • are led back to the centuries of the conquests of America and to
    • although the blood kinship runs back through the consecutive
    • We can look back to the peoples who lived in the Southern regions of
    • characteristic is to be traced back to an age when the attention of
    • and to look a little further than outward appearances, they draw back
    • in the background. The minds of children who are taught history in
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    • As a rule both envy and falsehood have occult backgrounds. Certain
    • deserve them, appear as goodness which we earned back from him. If
  • Title: Lecture: The Inexpressible Name, Spirits of Space and Time.
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    • If we go back as far as the 8th Century,
    • back to conditions which were normal in the Egyptian-Chaldean epoch.
    • traced back to Egyptian insight, to what became embodied with the
    • turn back to antiquated cultures.
    • back again. People reject it — it does not touch the depths of
    • more plant-like character. But if it were now to fall back into this
  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Being in the Physical Human Being
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    • physical body) and look back upon our body, upon our whole
    • the size of a whole world, when we thus look back upon him.
    • When we look back
    • we must go far back into cosmic evolution in order to give an
    • why is he able to think? — We must go back to the
    • man's feeling life, we only have to go back as far as the Moon
    • back upon ourselves from outside.
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    • on the world which would trace everything back to inherited
    • have had to fall back upon something entirely devoid of spirit, on
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Knowledge: A Way of Life
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    • trace back the word “true” in the various languages, we
    • world, would alienate us from it, driving us back again and again
    • that alters the whole course of our life. When we look back over the
    • One who is already a little older and looks back in this way is able
    • everything back there from effect to cause; we can, however, equally
    • have to trace the effects, as they show themselves in one life, back
    • later on has occasion to come back to it. If one is, let us say, as
  • Title: Lecture: How Can the Destitution of Soul in Modern Times Be Overcome?
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    • in authority holds them back from doing so. We are becoming bound
    • sound way even from sickness back to health; whereas modern man
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    • When we look back to the spiritual strivings of man in a very distant past
    • back upon himself he perceives at least a portion of his own being. This
    • world surrounded by nature. He felt carried back in memory to the time
    • feel himself drawn back into the wood and atmosphere, into the whole
    • back to what had once long before been an experience of the breathing
    • external world. The yogi turned back into his own rhythm. Today man must
    • descended to earth (blue). He went back on the stream of memory.
    • that he does not fall to the right or left, or backwards or forwards. Just as
    • direction. We speak of above and below, of right and left, of back and
  • Title: Lecture: The Meaning of Easter: St. Paul and the Christ Impulse
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    • back into the ancient past we find that man remained capable of organic
    • understand history as it truly is, we must come back again and again to
    • this Event. If we look back into pre-Christian times, and especially into
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    • I look back on the words which Count Keyserlingk has just spoken. For
    • several domains they are no longer able to go back to the real
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    • growth of plants — are in reality cosmic influences rayed back
    • surface and works back from thence. Now these relationships determine
    • another case. Suppose that we wish to hold back in the root-nature of
    • be held back in the root. What must we then do? We must put such a
    • back; it is actually “caught:” Take the potato, for
    • stem-forming process is held back, retained in the potato itself. The
    • potato is not a root, it is a stem-formation held back. We must
    • as it were to densify the cosmic and thereby hold it back more in the
    • which needs to be given back again to the Earth.
    • also. It is thrown back by the Moon. We have not only to do with the
    • direct sunlight; we have also to do with the sunlight thrown back by
    • the Moon. This sunlight thrown back by the Moon is quite ineffective
    • embryo life). The light that is rayed back from the Moon develops its
    • Mars, Jupiter and Saturn are at work. Then, from the heart backward,
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    • carrying the ether. And in the background we have the
    • in order to bring it back again into that quantitative condition to
    • — it will find its way back again on to the fields. As human
    • eventually be led back again into the great Universe. It must be able
    • bull-at-the-gate kind of life. We keep a little of it back. We do not
    • back a little.
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    • are pressed back. Moreover, outside it the organic entity is surrounded
    • is, not that the streams are carried back into the organism, but on
    • ray back the living and astral properties into the inner life. In the
    • the cow itself, namely the property of raying back whatever is life-giving
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    • stem or the like. The potash-content will hold back the growth in forming
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    • not want to have there. You know, one sometimes has strange harkings-back
    • and ray back again, working upward from below. Everything that works
    • of the Sun upon its surface and throws them back again on to the earth.
    • that pour on to the Moon are rayed back again. Thus the whole starry
    • physical methods of to-day—are in a sense rayed back on to the
    • back from the neighbouring field; and so the State must be called in
    • about it. For in the end the mice always come back again. What we need
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    • is there between the stream that passes backwards from the head —
    • backward, good and copious milk will be the outcome. For the good milk
  • Title: Lecture: The Significance of the Mass
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    • his back; he is crucified on his body; he is crucified in
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    • enclosed within his body, may in a certain way look back
    • looking back, as it were, into his own self. For when we
    • occupy ourselves with arithmetic and geometry, we look back
    • head, he takes back, as it were, into himself, what is
    • man takes in the universe, he looks back upon the universe,
    • as it were. By looking back upon ourselves, we discover the
    • to look back on the experiences which it had before birth.
    • the child. The human being does not only look back into his
    • We take in the universe and look back.
    • go back into earlier times if we wish to grasp man in his
    • Cancer enable man to look back, to be inwardly mobile, to
    • takes in the Universe and looks back.
    • always looking back; this gesture of Aries looking back is
    • Aries in the human being who is looking back on himself, on
    • characteristic lies in the gesture of looking back.
    • to intellectualism. But if you go back to the point where
    • if we go back to the epoch of Aries, we still find the four
    • by going back still farther, to the epoch of Taurus, to the
    • turned backwards and the head is sitting on its legs. The
    • characteristic lies in the fact that it turns backwards;
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    • of evolution had, as it were, to be checked; the stream had to be held back.
    • body for a few days; then we have to give it back to the cosmos. In the
    • look back in memory on our earth body and behold the I spiritually. But
    • the evolution of mankind. Let us look back for a moment to an event of the
    • thousands and thousands of years back — when the mankind of the earth
    • back. It is not only in space that we find movements in curves as in a
    • electricity at that particular time. Man always goes back again in later
    • the principle of electricity was implanted into Man, and Man was led back
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    • spatially. Consider that even time is led back to space! For time is
    • which goes back to a certain moment in childhood, can be said to be
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    • back to the dreamlike mental images of early childhood and compare
    • experience back for ourselves, too. We would not have our whole
    • life which has to come out of our whole being, there then rays back
    • discovers that the first thing he sees on looking backwards into our
    • step back and reflect on the things he had seen, for his life of
    • to draw back from external nature, so to speak. Everything
    • individual is thrown back on his own personality and his personal
    • Lessing also did, that in coming back for repeated lives on
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    • about us with their green foliage, but that in the background of
    • before which again we go back to the time of development of the
    • sentient body. This takes us back 6,000 years before our Christian
    • New Year to which we here look back.
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    • as to the stars,’ and who looking back on all those who had
    • not established again among men. Everything can be traced back to
  • Title: Lecture: The Peoples of the Earth in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • more modern times that this has fallen into the background. The man
    • (which has quite another source) back to what is fundamentally
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    • And because he looked back through the ages with his own
    • future. And whereas the men of old looked back to the
    • way. However far we look back into past ages, as long as one
    • Science we can send our thoughts back to ages in the far, far past, to
    • back to the seed; the seed is the creator of the leaves and
    • ‘You can look back to the seeds of the Gods whence men
    • spiritual gaze could turn in two directions — back to
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    • they ‘held back’ from the world. One might say that even
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    • cannot change itself back into any other force, and that then the
    • far back as to his birth. If he is then able to go still further
    • back, through Inspiration, then he extends his survey to the life
    • that in the rhythmic events life can always be held back and will
    • process working in matter in a backward direction, then one
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    • over again in backward order, three times as quickly.
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    • man would not say, when he came back from his holiday: ‘What a
    • only in the way we know it, but in backward sequence. Say, for
    • backwards, for instance, is highly effective in strengthening the
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    • view from which we look back upon ourselves as filled with
    • body and even look back upon ourselves. This has been accomplished in
    • back upon ourselves we should find it again — just as we find
    • looking back at ourselves, find that we are a part of this space. As
    • again in looking back upon ourselves.
    • back to the way in which we came to know in early childhood the structure
    • that follow if we cannot look back to the living origin, within our
    • has reached a definite point, it swings back again to the opposite
    • must turn back at a certain point, and the fourth dimension becomes
    • must turn back at the fourth, fifth and sixth dimensions to the space
    • leads us back at the fourth dimension into space. But, in turning
    • back then, we are by no means where we were when we found our way
    • back on human evolution, we do not, in fact, always find the same
    • spirit as, in a sense, a most lofty thing. If we look back at the ancient
    • Orient — not necessarily so far back as the most ancient Indian
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    • third dimension is all that extends forwards and backwards, backwards
    • fledged artists; one becomes a sculptor by reaching back, with full
    • productive to-day, but we are not. We must find the way back into
    • song — can be given back to the whole man and his physical
    • back to the essential foundations of nature. He would be again a part
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    • nature is based: upon being able to throw back matter into chaos, to
    • him, at the one single spot within, where matter is thrown back into
    • believed that he could speak in such a manner if he came back,
  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • to be reflected back again into consciousness, and so we have a
    • matter is destroyed. Matter is thrown back into nothingness, and we
    • thrown back into nothingness.
    • gradually develop. If we learn to trace back these emerging spiritual
    • Material life, together with all the laws of nature, is thrown back
    • thrown back into chaos, moral impulses can find their way, then we
    • back into chaos, we are beholding a real activity of the spirit
    • the earth and disappear. They are backward-pointing men.
    • Father God. Man would then go back to the Father God; he would not be
    • on life is entirely absent. There, that which is man is thrown back
    • I have shown you how external matter is thrown back into nothingness,
    • within ourselves this matter is thrown back into nothingness and then
    • inside man, and is thrown back into chaos. We need to feel quite
    • matter is thrown back into chaos, while in the sun it is
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    • can look back to a Divine-Spiritual wisdom once received by men
    • understood, intellect can be led back to spirituality. Such,
    • historical data. In essence, however, the tradition leads back to
    • times. But humanity must find its way back to that of which there
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    • background during the age of modern narrow-mindedness. Are modern
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    • to mankind. If we look back upon the Graeco-Latin epoch, we see that
    • characters might also be taken as an example. When we trace back the
    • historical background, for these events have never occurred. In
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    • Social Questions and their Spiritual Background,
    • The more we go back into time, the more we shall find that this pagan
    • ignored to-day only because people cannot go back to the truly
    • knowledge does not reach back so far as to enable us to grasp the
    • Schools of the Occident, have again and again pointed back to this
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    • Social Questions and their Spiritual Background.
    • find, when we look back on them, a dominant scientific
    • back over a wide spread range of civilisations in the East,
    • go back to the old religious concepts with an open mind, we
    • there is a reality at the back of it — but not when it
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    • ambassador to the ruler of Castile. On his way back he
    • afterwards believed when he looked back on it). Then, when he
    • super-sensible. Then you can come back again to philosophy,
    • by this woman. This line of evolution reaches back to the
  • Title: Lecture: The Shaping of the Human Form out of Cosmic and Earthly Forces
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    • the ages of Saturn, Sun, Moon. He takes his organism back
    • or nose, and that the back of the head, which should depend
    • activity of the new Moon is concentrated on the back of the
    • its light away, the basis for the back of the head is
    • ways, determine the nature of the face and of the back of the
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    • everywhere. Today we will not go back to the very far past
    • divine-spiritual origin, that he can look back to that
    • physical world contact us? At the point when, looking back in
    • work swung back in harmony with the rhythmic movements made
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    • go back to prehistoric ages, we find that the nature of the soul and
    • Myths and legends are only intelligible if we trace them back to a
    • also one day be verified. Thus we must look back, not only to a kind
    • did not look back with regret to something that man had lost. On the
    • world, not to look back with regret, but to look forwards, to be
    • regions lying north of the lands where men looked back with sorrow to
    • life which was the natural fruit of this backward-turning gaze to
    • Buddhahood there finds a natural place. The Indian looked back to an
    • therefore, looked back to former Buddhas, of whom five had already
    • make him see the world as illusion and thus be led back to his true
    • I must find the way back to my Self. Then will the surrounding world
    • page I look back upon my former lives as upon an open book; I see how
    • back to the Fall of Man and must point also to a further and unique
    • knowledge is concerned, they draw back from the investigation of the
    • resignation which shrinks back before “boundaries of
    • is able to look back upon his earthly existence and feel: This bodily
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    • school with bent backs so that they never breathe properly, or never
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    • back into pre-historic ages, the more does speech become recitative
    • takes back his now prosaic language into the poetic and artistic
    • song takes it all back again into the breathing process (including
    • Wherever he looks back, whether it be towards Saturn, Sun or Moon, or
    • friends, when man down here on earth takes back his speech (which is
    • Cosmos) — when therefore man takes speech back again into the
    • conditions and must adapt himself to these. But in Art he goes back
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    • can look back to a very ancient epoch which came to a close about the
    • philosophy. Everywhere to-day men are turning back, and often with
    • being — faded gradually into the background. He began more and
    • first and second epochs stand clearly before us when we look back
    • man's earthly development. They look back in history to the first
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    • their backs, so that they cannot speak in an unprejudiced way, from
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    • say that, when we look back at the time just before the period
    • of Golgotha. The further back we go, the more knowledge we find about
    • realms. The farther back we go, the more knowledge we find, but it is
    • And so they turn backward and forward, until all the theories and
    • learn — especially this age. It must find its way back to
  • Title: Lecture: What Has Geology to Say About the Origin of the World?
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    • — a conception which takes us back, so to speak, to an age of
    • unthinkable. Geology, therefore, would take us back in the process of
    • in this way we look back into those oldest times of our earth when a
    • traced back to any kind of action by fire, but that everything we can
    • unshaken; its back rises on high, where its summit was never reached
    • to speculative phantasy. And looking backward from those beings which
    • degrees of perfection. When we now go back in time and clairvoyant
    • characterised here — follows earth-evolution backward into
    • on the earth at the present time. But, tracing evolution backward in
    • is at present. When we go back to pre-historic times, the earth does
    • also be admitted by geology. But we find, the further we go back,
    • back, what is now the surrounding air does in effect take on the
    • being. And as we go back in this way we can see ourselves as if we
    • air but intense, pulsating life. And the further we go back the
    • more this would be the case. So that we could go back to the epoch to
    • living being “Earth.” And when we go still further back
    • spiritual science leads us back to the earth as an organism —
    • to go further back we should see how this path would lead us much
    • further back, that we are being led not only to an organism, but to a
    • of spirit-and-soul. No longer do we trace life back to the
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    • existence, may nevertheless be traced back to a different
    • carry out by means of our will, even then experience lies at the back
    • thoughts of such people can be traced back to their earlier years.
    • that we can penetrate into what lies at the back of the content of
    • simple. Because at the back of this tapestry something is to be found
    • to that which can be traced back to the past in your own being also.
    • If we place desire at the back of the willing, then we must place
    • repletion, satiety, not hunger, at the back of the thinking.
    • reality goes back to very much earlier times. In this poem there is
    • go back to these concepts once more in full consciousness,
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    • instance when we look back clairvoyantly into the Saturn or Sun
    • ‘forward’ or ‘backward,’ ‘right’
    • when we look back to the old Saturn condition, and to the Thrones
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 3: The Inner Aspect of the Sun-embodiment of the Earth
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    • came into being on Saturn itself. When we carry our thought back to
    • that even the clairvoyant, when he transports himself back to the
    • Will or Thrones achieved sacrificial acts; so that when we look back
    • wishing to keep back nothing of the beat for itself, but gladly to
    • may come back into it. What you formed yesterday is received by you
    • subsequent accepting, but this accepting is a reflection back. Just
    • periphery — whence it is radiated back to the centre. Thus we
    • by the Archangels and reflected back. What is thus reflected back
    • appears we have the gifts of the Spirits of Wisdom radiated back to
    • light to us because they reflect back what has streamed out to them
    • back again, so that we have a globe, inwardly illuminated by the
    • forth their own being; and receiving back their radiating being which
    • they sent forth, receiving it reflected back from the surface, so
    • that they receive it back as light. Everything is illuminated. What
    • then do they receive back! Their own being surrendered by them became
    • a gift to the Macrocosm, it was their inner being. Now it rays back
    • to them; their own being meets them coming back from outside. They
    • reflected back as light, as the reflection of their own
    • back the incense from the periphery as light, illuminating the
    • sacrificial incense spreading out as air, of the light radiated back
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    • necessary to turn back to the very early ages of our evolution, we
    • drawn attention to occurrences in evolution which must be traced back
    • back into the Akashic Record of the Sun-age we can quite distinctly
    • but give back that which was offered up to them. It is
    • of which we have said, that it is reflected back by the Archangels
    • back by the Archangels in the form of light, but also that smoke
    • back again, as though dammed back. So that we have permanent
    • course back again. Through this diversion arises, as it were, an
    • encircling cloud, and right outside we have the cast-back masses of
    • furnished backward beings with the first possibility of staying
    • sacrifice, ascended to immortality, in order to lead back evil to
    • acquire the power enabling them to lead evil back again to good. This
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    • preparing to offer up, they would then have been driven back into
    • their sacrifices are rejected, the plurality is driven back upon
    • back upon themselves and bring them into relation with all other
    • we can thus trace back to the subsoil of the soul is a bursting-forth
    • faintly afresh in the background — and the Spirits of
    • will held back in longing, of the satisfaction of this longing, which
    • depths of the Soul, which we must trace back to something other than
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 6: The Inner Aspect of the Earth-embodiment of the Earth
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    • that we must reduce the elements of heat back to the spiritual, to
    • being rejected and thrown back, and we learnt to recognise in the
    • not accepted by them; and that this was sent back as substance
    • — and that the Sun refused to accept it and threw it back; the
    • with in the planet outside if the Sun had thrown it back: an
    • within the Beings to whom it was thrown back lapses into death, for
    • other phenomena must be traced back to their reality; all other
    • its organ towards the Sun; and in Autumn it takes them back into
    • back six rolls. He said to himself: ‘This must be wrong, I
    • I must only bring back five rolls’. The next day he took the
    • the world of Maya back to the realities and in doing so we have shewn
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    • today. But when those who are awake look back on what went
    • have a mysterious background, but if you consider some of the
    • own resources, and look back to the old priestly element as
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 2: Humanity's Struggle for Morality
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    • physical body go back to the time of ancient Saturn. That
    • is far from simple. It is based on principles that go back to
    • too, bring back elements from sleep that enter into their
    • only meet a long way back.
    • younger. If we go back in time — for our present
    • purposes we need only go back as far as the watershed between
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 3: The Search for a Perfect World
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    • a long way back. There will be a continuous thread through it
    • time, going back several decades and also looking decades
    • came back; he had been given an appointment for later on. So
    • way. But one should not sit back and accept; one should not
    • background of spiritual science is presented in a serious and
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    • spiritual background to the physical world. If people are not
    • our present civilization. Try and go back in your mind to
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    • if I start by going back to the fourth post-Atlantean period.
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    • from the time of Saturn emerged against the background of the
    • historical reality, going back at least as far as the Mystery
    • inevitably be surprised and taken aback when they want to get
    • people do today, but find a way of going back to earlier
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    • If you go back
    • aback. I am not going to flinch, however, and I will say
    • the boys' backsides as hard as he could. Herder's
    • achievements did not come from having his backside tanned; he
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    • also provide the background to the forms we are now seeking
    • drawback that we fall in love with them. This has its
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    • found if one knows the spiritual background. It has to be
    • go back to very early times in evolution, you would find a
    • intention today to give you something of a background to much
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 10: The Influence of the Backward Angels
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    • backward angels, angels who are not following their proper
    • backward angels who infest human heads, and we must know
    • education of the future if later on in life people look back
    • to think back to those days. It will be poison if the years
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    • them. Imagine a four-legged animal: as it walks, its backbone
    • continually pass through this backbone. This creature, then,
    • back of the head to the forehead — it is the direction
    • of the animal's backbone, and the same Sun current passes
    • through the head. The human backbone, on the other hand, is
    • the backbone. The difference between animals and humans is
    • animal backbone passes through the human head; the old Moon
    • passes through the human backbone. The human backbone even
    • backbone, and indeed of the human breast, is intimately bound
    • the human backbone are part of the current which relates to
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    • nature taken back into the spiritual world. Humanity must
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    • theme, as this will provide a background for the evaluation
    • spiritual world form the background to these events. I have
    • a feeling for missions which went a very long way back in the
    • important elements which will be the background to events now
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    • Going back from the fourteenth to the thirteenth, twelfth and
    • back to ancient India, we find that people remained young and
    • a social phenomenon traced back to its spiritual foundations.
    • acumen, positively intervene in life. Go back to the slave
    • say that it goes a long way back. But ‘history’,
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    • my way back again to the divine spiritual powers. What I myself
    • only by finding my way back again: to the divine spiritual powers.
    • that were emerging could not take him back. But with
    • intellect, one can work one's way back up to the divine spiritual.
    • If we look back into the development of mankind, we see that human
    • religious deepening lives in those who find their way back into the
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    • that the present shape of the skull-bones leads us back to the bones of
    • let us say as far back as Augustine, we shall achieve nothing. Nothing
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    • look back spiritually upon the physical body and the etheric body we
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    • background of his anthroposophical teaching. He constantly emphasized
    • draws himself back within the limits of his skin, into the small
    • irritated him and resolved: ‘On the way back I will spray him
    • of an earlier cause. Only when a being truly looks back to something
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    • Man. Looking backward as it were, he speaks of a deeply
    • Look back into the ancient Mysteries — those that had
    • to those Mysteries whose origin goes back into the 3rd
    • Mysteries whose origin mainly goes back into the 4th post-Atlantean
    • question arises: Why did the old Mystery-priests keep back
    • there; or they are only there in a backward, atavistic
    • certain matters of physical science had to be held back
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    • that rays back, so to speak, into my personal Karma. That is
    • the portions that lie farther back, For the frontal portions
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    • being looks back objectively upon the physical body and upon the
    • penetrate into the super-sensible world. We then look back upon
    • world we look back into our last earthly life through death,
    • everything appears to us in this way when we look back upon our
    • By looking back
    • only look back upon our physical body because the following fact
    • If we go back into
    • the evolution of the world; it shows that we should look back
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    • we go back into the evolution of humanity the more we find that
    • back to all sorts of old world conceptions. He warms them up,
    • knowledge of the external world. I shall, however, look back upon
    • opinions and exercises that lie far back in pre-Christian times;
    • this back; we can draw it in again. The Oriental pupil of the
    • lowest, and I go backwards. Instead of climbing upstairs, I go
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    • St. John of the Cross. Do not think that I fall back behind
    • that thing may influence us, and if we look back ten years into
    • will and really look back upon the body. Then the human body is
    • thoughts. We look back upon it as if it were a mirror. And then
    • plate; in looking back upon our body our thoughts stand before us
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    • be traced back thousands of years. Immense respect can be felt
    • greatest reverence can be felt for it when looking back from its
    • thousands of years. We then look back into a time which lies 3000
    • years before Christ, and by going back still further into a
    • back to the truly living essence of this conception we should go
    • back even behind the Atlantean catastrophe, as far as the
    • the Mystery of Golgotha we look back six centuries and come to
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    • If we go back into
    • spiritual background, spoke through this semblance. He perceived
    • looked back into history; he looked back into the geological
    • development of the earth. But when he went back still further, he
    • development. They reach back to ages when earthly life was still
    • evolution, reaching back as far as Saturn and forward as far as
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    • But by going back
    • to a time which does not lie so very far back, by considering,
    • When we go back
    • Anthroposophy traces back as far as the Atlantean age, that is to
    • When we go back
    • we go back into ancient times, to the men of the pre-Grecian age,
    • back we go into human evolution, the more frequently shall we
    • feeling. The Greek therefore took back, as it were into the
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    • memory carries us back. This we know through various lectures and
    • back, really remains stationary: it does not change with the body,
    • back to us our experiences. The Ego does not share our Earth journey.
    • Only when we pass through the gates of death we have to travel back
    • understand ourselves aright, we continually look back through our
    • educated to look back on that to which the spirit from the heights
    • only go back two centuries further to find something else which
    • goes back to still earlier times. A manger was erected, a stall with
    • world after the time of our earliest recollection. Let us go back
    • beyond that time, let us go right back to the point when we are
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    • take the path that we call Kamaloca backward again to our birth in
    • that we remain with our “I” back in the spiritual world
    • ourselves correctly, we always look back through our entire earthly
    • life, back to our childhood. Our spiritual element has remained
    • back in our childhood. We always look toward this if we wish to
    • element in him. He ought to be reminded of Him who brought back the
    • this was not always the case. We only need to go back just a few
    • but it goes back to still earlier times.) A manger was placed
    • mentions these thoughts with the background of looking at the world
    • back beyond this point of time, if we go back to the point in time
    • backward, feeling ourselves back at the child's standpoint?
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    • turn our attention to Zarathustra, we must look back over an
    • consciousness described above dates back to a prehistoric age of
    • backwards into the past. Zaruana Akarana, the self-contained line of
    • receded into the background. Sometimes it was the mystical way of
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    • recently been compelled to go back to ages more and more remote in
    • to look back to still earlier times when their leading
    • them aware, and they looked back to olden times when their
    • must we go back to the feelings living in the ancient Egyptians and
    • the Osiris-Power to reflect it back as Isis-Power.” But when
    • a human being is at the back of the construction of the clock.
    • background and is at first not wholly manifest. Osiris and Isis are
    • in order gradually to lead man back again to Osiris. So long as man
    • me: Horus will lead me back to Osiris his Father; but Osiris can only
    • all these things were traced back to the wisdom of Hermes who had
    • of their daily life. They looked back to ages of hoary antiquity when
    • receded through a complete cycle. If you reckon this back three times
    • But we look back through three great Cosmic Years to an age when the
    • when he beheld the retarded forces of the Gods. He looked back to
    • which shows that outer research too has found its way back to an ancient
    • declared, property administered and protected. The further back we go
    • branch of culture. And so we look back to mighty figures — to
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    • light, but it is held back by the strong forces in it. It cannot deal
    • are just a little more nebulous. They no longer reckon on going back to
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    • backward repetition of what he accomplished in the course of the day. It
    • looks back in memory on the experiences between going to sleep and
    • waking, it is seen that man really experiences the going backward of
    • through the night in an ordinary way, he goes backward through what he
    • experience in backward order what you have brought about since last you
    • may seem. And this backward experience may be said to lie somewhere
    • the soul experiences during sleep in backward order does not connect
    • when we have to go backwards through all that we have done on earth.
    • we go through the gate of death we look back over our past life on
    • out into the spiritual beings and coming back into ourselves, we speak a
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    • into their consciousness. The farther we go back in the evolution of
    • same time that the forces which lead man back again into the physical
    • back.
    • back. In a somewhat similar way we, as it were, stretch the Moon forces
    • in the third stage of sleep, and we are then led back stage by stage by
    • second and the first stage we are gradually led back.
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    • habits of life of a worm knows that he must go back to the egg
    • is justifiable if you go back to the physical ancestors to
    • temperament, may be traced back to his ancestors, but, his
    • will find a soul-spirit. which cannot be traced back in the same
    • back to those from which they have developed, so must the
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    • traced back to the life of the smallest living creatures.
    • plant the backward process, the process of dying off, begins
    • be referred back to what is inherited from parents and
    • man, does not merely refer back to the species
    • “man”, in so far as man goes back to a Spiritual
    • that it already existed before. We are, therefore, led back
    • are led from our own individual life back to a former
    • remembrance goes back just as far as to the point of time
    • which rays back the experiences to us within; but the Ego
    • of Memory” back into former incarnations? That is
    • life of the senses, he brings back with him in the morning,
    • sleep comes back to him with a richer content. So that he can
    • from former lives; and when we begin to look back into former
    • times we were unable to remember back. This memory of the
  • Title: Lecture: 'Goethe's Faust' from the Point of View of Spiritual Science
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    • accurate examination shows that we must go back to the living
    • back in the case of man, who has evolved from the germ to a
    • leads not only back to physical ancestors, but through the
    • him which urged him to seek a spiritual background behind all
    • passion. He is therefore thrust back. That is the fate of
    • forces us back into the physical world — moments which
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    • but referred back to written authority. They referred back to
    • author of the book wrote back “If it is only a question
    • Because Aristotle looked back into the past, he transmitted a
    • manner of thinking with the intellect does not go back very
    • finally causing him to bring back into Nature the God whose
    • backwards and forwards before countless souls. But Galileo
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    • life to look back on everything that man has developed as
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    • connections. And this leads back in turn to our relationships
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    • certain events by referring them back to that assassination,
    • can go back, that is to say, to the actual murder; but we can
    • also go back to what was printed in a Western paper already in
    • again, we can go back to the murder of Jaurès on the eve
    • probability never be fully cleared up. But we can also go back
    • as far back as the other saying — that is to say, in the
    • motives in the background, to present Goethe's Faust to
    • the background, and very peculiar ones at that, — to do
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    • the cosmic events, and the cosmic events hit back again. And
    • mentioned, we may say this: — Let us go back beyond the
    • it still more the case if we went back into the Egypto-Chaldean
    • this power back again. It was that Being who could say, I am
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    • Saturn. Thus we look back to three incarnations of the Earth and in
    • earlier. If we go still further back to the first incarnation of our
    • next incarnation of the Earth. If we look still further back to the
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    • the backward Spirits of Form. They do not stimulate man from without;
    • thought-life, upon its inner patterns. Here the backward Spirits of
    • backward Spirits of Form. Thus the way of thinking is an expression
    • backward’ Spirits of Form.
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    • of Form, one common Humanity should exist on Earth; that the backward
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    • life man has to give back what he received during the first, the
    • history. If we were to go back to the old Lemurian epoch we would
    • traced back to the regions of present-day Africa and Asia. Later, a
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    • Hence the life of will as we know it today can be traced back to the
    • that the etheric body can be traced back to the Old Sun. The
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    • themselves advance to a higher rank. When we look back over the
    • back into early Atlantean times. If we wish to ascertain when those
    • migrated to Southern Asia, then we must look back to early Atlantean
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    • language of the bards or skalds back to Odin. Runic lore which in
    • than later literature and letters was also traced back to Odin.
    • to look back to earlier stages, to what had been told him about the
    • could go back further still and show him how man gradually originated
    • look back into that time and he could understand that these events
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    • consequence of the Luciferic influence. If you now look back to the
    • he will find his way back to that world whence he came. The vision of
    • occult background to the Saga of the Twilight of the Gods.
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    • what form it takes. When we look back into ancient times we observe a
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    • background — to contribute to the common goal that which is
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    • a spiritual-scientific festival, for it takes us back into ages of
    • religion were not yet sundered from one another. It carries us back
    • ancient Mystery. If we trace it back to its origin, we come to
    • Eleusis? If we look back to the original sources of European artistic
    • external culture which he traced back to Agamemnon, Menelaus,
    • traced back, as the ancient Greek understood it, to Agamemnon,
    • back to those far distant times when human nature was so unified that
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    • civilisation of mankind can be traced back to the stream associated
    • connection. But Greek mythology traces the ancestry of Agamemnon back
    • were at the back of the forces of Nature. When the Greeks spoke of
    • Persephone by Pluto? They had to take a back place in the
    • predominate, while the Eros forces fall into the background. We are
    • say reflected back by the ether body. Thus it is the ether body which
    • meaning of the development of our European civilisation. Going back
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    • soul-nature backward Angel Beings from the Moon. It was these
    • maya, they were in truth backward Moon Beings. These
    • right back to the first post-Atlantean epoch, to the civilisation of
    • another category, the backward Angelic Beings, there is no trace of
    • with them, nothing remains in His nature which could look back with
    • our time comes from the Spirits who hinder, who hold progress back.
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    • remained backward, can still incarnate upon the Earth, can still move
    • Heroes we have the later incarnations of backward Angels from the
    • takes place when one looks back in the Akasha Chronicle to earlier
    • the Greek looked back to an older time, to a time to which the elder
    • livingly within such a Greek soul. He looked back as if in
    • looked back with a sense of tragedy to that old clairvoyant
    • back to it as to a thing of the past. If nothing else had supervened,
    • journeyed to Arabia and Libya, and back again to Thrace. This
    • back again to Greece. When the time came for his death, he poured out
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    • contradictions? Whenever we look back at the course of our life we
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    • they are reflected through the activity of the brain and thrown back
    • within it which can reflect back the whole life of the human
    • thrown back to us, and the human being can no more see into his own
    • back again, as a man's image is thrown back in a mirror.’
    • just words like any other. Not at all. They are words which go back
    • course backwards and we experience things in backward order, in the
    • fauns and who made the journey from Europe to Asia and back again. He
    • journey from Europe to Asia and back, actually incarnated in a
    • I have told you that he journeyed from Europe to Asia and back again,
    • no epic, goes back, but of which nevertheless the later history of
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    • we give it back again to the gods in the form which it has acquired
    • of our own egotism, we are simply carrying back into the higher
    • shrink back, and it is only when we find the strength which arises
    • one. When we look back into our former incarnation, when we see how
    • shock us that we probably shrink back in terror, feeling completely
    • changed back again into the ether. That this is so, that after the
    • back to the gods again in the same state in which we received it, but
    • could look back and see themselves in this mirror thrown off from
    • ourselves in a mirror. Thus in fact the Luciferic beings are backward
    • far-distant past, as far back as the time of the Sun evolution.
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    • such a way as to fill it, but is held back there, just as a ray of
    • light which falls upon a mirror is arrested and thrown back. Here we
    • brain is held back, it reflects itself, and what in this way enters
    • back in the heart. Just as the astral aura is arrested in the brain,
    • so is the ego-aura held back in the heart, where it makes contact
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    • For when the man of today looks back from the method which he calls
    • were held back, but also those of the etheric body. The result was
    • a lower nature in ourselves, and are thrown back upon ourselves worse
    • phenomena back to all manner of forces. Then it went on to trace what
    • enables us to go much further. Whereas without it we bounce back like
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    • a certain sense, when we cast our eyes back into antiquity, the Homeric
    • through the streets on horseback like the spirit of War incarnate, beating
    • the mineral kingdom. In a wider perspective we look back to ages when
    • stands at the turning point of ages, pointing back to days of yore,
  • Title: Lecture: The National Epics With Especial Attention to the Kalevala
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    • fetch back that which has remained in the strange land — the Sampo.
    • back in quite a different way to human antiquity than by ordinary science.
    • when we trace the growth of humanity backwards, we cannot do so in such
    • back from the present to the past that nowhere can we directly rank
    • form which we know in the present. If we go back into the evolution
    • Then we get back to hoary antiquity of which ancient documents tells
    • us so little. Even when we go back as far as the Egyptians, or the early
    • Asiatic races, we are led back everywhere into a primeval humanity which
    • trace humanity backwards when we take the present-day soul into consideration.
    • of nature. But when we go further back, and consider how the human soul
    • and his mental powers, — when we trace that back, we
    • the present-day feelings and thoughts does not actually reach back further
    • If we go back still further,
    • simultaneously in those old times. The further we go back, the more
    • at the basis of every individual race saw into the background of existence,
    • respect, cut off from the super-sensible background of existence. In
    • the future it will be different again. The further we go back, the further
    • background of existence, see how, out of this background of existence those
    • go back far beyond that which one at present calls the period of human
    • side by side. And lying much farther back than is usually believed to-day,
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    • in-breathing, occurs, and the elemental beings are drawn back into
    • and turned back at Michaelmas are drawn further and further in, until
    • is above all self-contained, enclosed in itself. It has drawn back
    • This is a fact we must keep in the background of our minds. But just
    • in turning back to the Earth we
    • the sulphur-process is driven back by meteoric iron, as I told you
    • This is what draws the plant back to Earth, after it has striven up
    • gives us back to the cosmos, so to speak, the stars have their own
    • evolution, from the Earth's activities. If were to go back to the old
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    • the Ahrimanic beings try with all their might to draw man back into
    • look back in time, we come to something accomplished by the
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    • background for the cosmic, light-filled deeds of Uriel, and a clear
    • Trinity, which is really the St. John Imagination. The background of
    • this way, there would have to be an arched or vaulted background,
    • described. And against this background a living picture of the
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    • back and see what I have said about
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    • thought will carry him back over the earth's history to the
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    • look back into the past it presents itself as a kind of
    • it is revealed to clairvoyant sight as it gazes backwards
    • Golgotha, as we, looking backwards with clairvoyant
    • arising before the backward-turned eye of vision. This
    • this presents itself very vividly when the backward-turned gaze
    • and now, as they looked back, the vision lit up of the mighty
    • As they looked backwards, the whole period — day by
    • in the background — was the picture of the Last Supper.
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    • when he came back into his body he remembered what he had
    • during the process of Initiation and came back again into the
    • what we read with the backward-turned gaze of clairvoyance
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    • flow backwards; and thirdly he called upon a voice from heaven
    • another, even if he does make a stream flow backwards, even if
    • soul brought back when he awoke from the state of insensibility
    • always turn back. In the Order itself, ancient lore and ancient
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    • went back to the preceding years and to the infinite warmth of
    • to the infinitudes. Then his thoughts went back to what his
    • prophets, even of Moses, and back to Abraham. Everything these
    • unruffled. After a few minutes the man came back again and
    • after a few minutes the man was back again and called out
    • time came back to him. The ancient Zarathustra-wisdom itself
    • Baptism in the Jordan He came back again and they recognised
    • now there came back to Him the voice of the Bath-Kol, and He
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    • nature around us is a world upon which we look back, we can look back
    • have the thought: I stretch out my hand, I take the vase, I draw back
    • have two virtues, Justice and Wisdom, which guide us back to what we
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    • of history back into age-old epochs of humanity. There, it
    • think back ten or twenty years, we have to conclude: in the
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    • Anyone looking back, with intellectual modesty, on his
    • words: If at an advanced age one looks back on the course of
    • longings of the soul, we must follow it back. And when we do
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    • therein lies its vitality! We are brought back again to life as
    • we need only go back a relatively short distance in human
    • history to encounter something quite different. Let us go back,
    • from word. And thus, when we go back into Hellenic
    • results. Looking back at the period when some influence of
    • human development back through the Middle Ages, we approach the
    • civilization of Greece. And the further we go back in this, the
    • us now look across at the Orient! The further back we go, the
    • This, however, takes us back into an age where not only did
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    • find, it is regarded as an ideal to stand back from what the
    • our memories. We can look back on our experiences through
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    • a sensuous and physical phase, might lead back once more into a
    • are any gaps in it, as far back into our childhood as we can
    • concepts almost back to front. And so it is with the concept of
    • knowledge; and what it gives back to us as a result of this
    • we discover: when we look into our spiritual self and go back
    • will perhaps ask: Yes, but when we get back to very early
    • present back into earlier ages can only properly be completed
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    • There is much talk nowadays of social needs. Looking back over
    • Looking back over man's development, we see that, in the course
    • today still shrink back when they are told: that which operated
    • continue to shrink back from this path into consciousness
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    • Starting from one or two features of the historical background,
    • background. This is because our present-day structures,
    • still be observed today points back to times when the Orient
    • sensory activity is suspended, and he is taken back to times
    • He thus goes back, in his spiritual vision of course, to times
    • background and by spiritual investigations such as I have
    • although he may have kept himself in the background, the priest
    • where these go back to the Middle Ages, we perceive how, in the
    • to be pushed more and more into the background, whilst the
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    • historical forces, and to understand these we have to go back a
    • back at the Orient, we find that, in the mysteries too, what
    • certainly has an organic connection. Looking back once more at
    • from what it had in civilized Asia. Only by looking back at the
    • — we need only go back to the thirteenth century —
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    • present with work that turns them back upon themselves.
    • thrown back upon himself, as the working-man is and very many
    • This can be sensed by the very man who today is thrown back by
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    • senses; it is as it were thrown back, and from this, sense-impressions
    • nerves, and receive reflected back what his nerves do, but to experience
    • For what is reflected back for us are but images, finely filtrated images,
    • the whole a falling-back to an earlier stage of evolution. For what
    • therefore a going-back to the old Moon evolution.
    • till a climax is reached, they then force him back more and more towards
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    • thrown back, and from this, sense impressions arise. And that which
    • nerves, and receive reflected back what his nerves do, but
    • back for us are but images, finely filtrated images, as it were, of
    • whole a falling back to an earlier stage of evolution. For what I
    • a going-back to the Old Moon evolution.
    • longings increase until a climax is reached when he is forced back
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    • so, from our point of view, we can look back on St. Augustine
    • back at the standpoint of St. Augustine, how we can understand
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    • Look back to the time of the French Revolution. At that time
    • times. Let us look back into Egyptian times. A large number of
    • namely if we get the soul who is calling for equality back into
    • the soul is turned back upon itself. Today it seeks the same
    • and don't hold back until what is necessary is compelled
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    • Thus, to-day, when we wished to look back to some extent on the
    • backward-looking vision. The thick night of modern
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    • weaker power would draw back. You take all nature as one in order
    • Ferryman who would ferry us back again!’ And now follow very
    • back again. If you want to get to the other side of the River,
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    • him. Goethe shows the advantages equally with the drawbacks of this
    • back again. Let us apply this to our whole soul-mood or
    • nature, cannot take us back again, for otherwise man would return,
    • humanity, may not lead us back again. For this other forces are
    • attitude which harks back to a symbol of a deeper evolution-path of
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    • what he had experienced in his soul, in 1824 he looked back
    • Looking back to the first part we can see how
    • that exist are only known to one who can look back to a time twenty
    • back, but this terribly affecting scene was in the first fragment.
    • before Faust, when Goethe looks back to those ‘fluctuating
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    •  Colour on colour from the background cleareth,
    • can behold what he wants to behold. Helena must be brought back
    • body. When he brings back the merely imaginative image from the
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    • back, we picture man in a kind of animal form. Thus, in the
    • first place, as we trace back in historical time, we see a
    • memory-experience that leads you back to experiences in
    • which brings back a past experience, in his head. He says:
    • let us jump a long way back in human evolution, and consider
    • descendants: that is, let us go back really thousands of years.
    • back as history records; but that is not the case. If with
    • spiritual insight we go back far enough, we meet with human
    • came back to the place, he lived through the event over again
    • back as the Bible places it, if we lay the scene of Paradise in
    • ancient time, when rhythmic memory leads back into localised
    • Europe into Asia, and later the wanderings back again
    • himself, when his memory came back, in a Casual Ward in Berlin.
    • intact unless the threads of memory are able to reach back
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    • East, and we saw that we have to look back to the time when the
    • early civilisation of Asia. The farther we go back into
    • into subjection. However far back we look into Asia, everywhere
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    • back more than a few thousand years.
    • To-day we shall not have to go so far back as this; we will
    • means of which we can take ourselves back in time — was
    • it is to such a humanity that we must return, when we go back
    • planetary existence and only later found his way back to Earth.
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    • experience of freedom. The farther we go back however into
    • left the place, and was only led back there again when all the
    • pushed back, in the Persian wars, the last thrust as it were of
    • on the one hand far back into the past, and on the other hand
    • abstract knowledge, categories, and to push back the other.
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    • When we look back into the older Mysteries of the East, we have
    • truths to their pupils. The farther back we go in time, the
    • say: I look back in the evolution of the world to an ancient
    • overcome. You have had to leave it behind. You must look back
    • of its Mystery truths, the Mystery of Ephesus harked back to
    • beaten back. These Irish, these Hibernian Mysteries will not
    • phantom shadow, now shone back again from Greece, and continued
    • Western humanity unless we can see it on this background. For
    • spiritual Ephesus is then pushed back by the new power that is
    • and moods can look back as far as ancient Rome. Thus far we can
    • look back with full understanding. But we cannot look back to
    • Greece, neither can we look back to the East. There we must
    • can look South, as we go back along the stream of evolution; we
    • have to see standing in the background the mighty Mystery
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    • want to look back beyond this period into the earlier evolution
    • thought does not of course go further back than his own
    • What remained was a looking back. In the time, however, of
    • now it came back again into Europe by diverse channels, through
    • Paracelsus and countless others had drawn. It was brought back
    • back again to the west. And it was possible in the seventies
    • behold at the same time in the background that other
    • background and one in the foreground of our thought, we
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    • substances. All this kind of knowledge that traces back the
    • came to an end about the 15th century. We must win it back. We
    • until we have died does the mineral turn back again into the
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    • they traced back to it much of what took place in the history
    • Spirit in the astral light. And when we look back into the
    • Even so let us look back upon the terrible flames of fire that
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    • allowed to enter the spiritual world. You must go back! —
    • must not draw back when confronted by the shallowness of the
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    • whereas all the physical and etheric bodies do, is to radiate back
    • Now let us go back again to something else, to
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    • destruction work back as reflection into the life of the
    • his soul hovering above and that the soul looks back on the
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    • can lead everything back to one Principle!
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    • one can reach little further back than to the Egyptian age.
    • must therefore strive back to it. We must learn to feel the
    • Egyptians in regard to wisdom. We look back to what was a
    • themselves hidden in the background — so also in human
    • and to perceive that there is something spiritual at the back
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    • appear at once — we shall come back to this later — but, when
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    • forces draw back from the head, the ganglionic and spinal cord
    • trace things from Saturn still further back, we might then say
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    • we look back, for example, to the Egypto-Chaldean culture or to
    • before. But when you look back at earlier cultural periods, if
    • path back to those times when an alchemist who only wished to
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    • astral body manifests itself in a special way by working back
    • forces, the astral body works back in such a way that it
    • be traced back, in turn, to our relationships in earlier lives.
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    • bottom of the matter. When we fix our attention back beyond the
    • pronouncements go back to some occult connection which calls
    • that they trace back to this murder of July 1914. But there may
    • may go back as far as the actual murder, but we may also go
    • back to the notice of it that appeared in a Western newspaper
    • It is also possible to go back to
    • But it is equally possible to go back to the same newspaper to
    • stage. It does not require a national background to present
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    • told you. Thus, he was actually transferred from Padua back to
    • can go all the way back to the great grandfather of Johann
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    • strike back. The result of their being brought into human life
    • when we go back beyond the Greco-Latin period and especially if
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    • go all the way back to the luciferic temptation, let us review
    • Mystery of Golgotha. If we go back far enough, we discover that
    • ancient times to which history can still look back, in that
    • time spirit. Wherever we go back into those times that we may
    • we go back to the ancestral cults, what we find is the worship
    • look back again to the ancient mysteries, we find that in them
    • must now look back once more to the evolution before the
    • Lucifer. When we go back into ancient times, we find everywhere
    • Who leads man through death and back into the spiritual world,
    • leads him back to Christianity in the truest sense, and he
    • real beginning — we are again led back to an individual
    • back to the matter after I have read the book myself. We are
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    • necessary to hark back to the conditions through which
    • for holding back the mystery of Christ, an institution for
    • some measure look back to the threefold Sun-Mystery of olden
    • days, to look back, however, in the new way suitable for
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    • coming back inside again.
    • backbone, is bound up with the spiritual, and when you sleep
    • having receded so completely into the background as it did in
    • parts. One part dreams itself back into the whole time
    • and human evolution to be brought back out of the general
    • sense-perceptible, whereas others are directed backwards.
    • Below they are directed towards what is turned back. Those
    • consciousness but it must be brought back in spite of the
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    • drawn back. By their being drawn back, however, the soul-life
    • now acquires a consciousness by drawing himself back against
    • development. Development in a backward sense can be seen in
    • back their thoughts into the air. That is physical
    • we go back in the evolution of man we discover — and I
    • since we go back — it is true a long way back — to
    • goes back to Greek life. Again this figure is portrayed ...
    • go back to our old human ancestors and take this germ cell
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    • Morgan-Combine; so that they had first to buy them back again
    • We go back in
    • is at the back of the great crisis we are going through now;
    • it is at the back of our present down-slide; and it is a
    • or Wages really fade into the background, then one has a
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    • were therefore obliged to fall back upon more or less
    • will have gone back again to the year 1913, or the Spring of
    • wanting to drift back into the old grooves.
    • all sorts of other matters. I should like just to bring back
    • questions that have been raised, and so lead back to the
    • be so arranged, that the money is brought back as it were
    • road-sweeper needs the gentleman. For, in the background, we
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    • can go back to a period which came to an end in about the third
    • consciousness. And here I must come back to something that I
    • Central Europe. If we go back to the time before this age we
    • intuition, can reach further back through the expansion of our
    • involved in it. Then we are able to reach back into earlier
    • the 15th century. We reach back into earlier times than this,
    • we go back thousands of years. What we come to then is not an
    • its findings as merely fantastic. We reach back into an ancient
    • describe, and which reaches back thousands of years. At that
    • looking back. Because people believe we need a new impetus,
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    • moment to which our memory stretches back, the moment when we
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    • in a sense we look back on our own physical organism and regard
    • picture, stretching back from the present moment toward birth.
    • which goes back into our early childhood; but the stream of
    • back as we can see in our earthly lives.
    • backwards by one's own decision, something which ordinarily is
    • example, one can think a play backwards, from the fifth
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    • This is what I wanted to say, to start with. I shall come back
    • after years does there come back what we have perceived in the
    • not only to carry ourselves back in our memories into the past,
    • points of time and also to carry ourselves back beyond the time
    • all know that we can remember back only to a certain
    • point in our childhood. This is as far as we can think back to.
    • ourselves back to the time in our earliest childhood when
    • go back to this spiritual human being. From the present moment
    • we look back with an awakened consciousness and see through the
    • before us. Similarly, when we carry ourselves back in time we
    • remember back to, we see on the other hand life bordered by
    • objectively and independently in the soul can be guided back
    • will bring even educated people back to the great mysteries,
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    • Social Questions and their Spiritual Background,
    • Social Questions and their Spiritual Background,
    • far enough back in the evolution of the earth, we find man is
    • a sense taken back again into a pure Spiritual existence, and
    • dreamy writings of Bethmann and Tirpitz, I turned back to
    • on comparing things that one must go further back still. An
    • should be taken with the corresponding background, and one
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    • Cosmic epoch. The Luciferic beings are backward, retarded
    • beings can hold us back at the childhood stage. They can
    • the striving of Ahriman is, to hold man back in such a way
    • keep humanity back from undergoing any future incarnations.
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    • observation, not allowing ourselves to be held back by any
    • of spiritual knowledge coming back livingly into men's souls,
    • not hold one back from such an undertaking. Not because I
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    • yourselves back to the consciousness of the Greeks, to the
  • Title: Man and Nature: Intellect in Man and Nature Bereft of the Gods
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    • lets it flow back again. The circulating blood itself is the
    • people are kept back by traditional religions, for the last
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    • brought back into a state of rest. The endeavour has been
    • back to the time of Raphael. In his time the striving
    • to bring back this gesture, that has been thus conjured up,
    • call her back to life.
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    • and on the hope for each human soul that it can find its way back to the
    • and on the hope for each human soul that it can find its way back to the
    • one can reach little further back than to the Egyptian age.
    • must therefore strive back to it. We must learn to feel the
    • Egyptians in regard to wisdom. We look back to what was a
    • themselves hidden in the background — so also in human
    • and to perceive that there is something spiritual at the back
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    • differently human beings looked back upon the Mystery of
    • who were initiated into this Mystery looked back upon it in
    • these remnants enabled them to look back to the Mystery of
    • imitation of the four mystery-degrees, is to be traced back to
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    • this way: If we go back into the past to the very remote
    • as we can of other human beings, that we trace the soul back in
    • farther back and find it again in another incarnation, and so
    • such a being back through the course of time, perhaps we do not
    • of Shem, one of the sons of Noah, traces back the whole tribe
    • fact that recollections extended back to those who had
  • Title: Eternal Soul of Man in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • from the point of time that we have reached, going backwards
    • has to come back to them time and again.
    • to turn back repeatedly to physical-sensory existence in a
    • not given back earlier to us, not until we can grasp it in love
    • before we descended to earth life, and look back to the previous
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture I: The Significance of Supersensible Knowledge Today
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    • they are. Just to sit-back in comfort and let things take
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    • background of blood is understood, it will be recognized that
    • from the blood what sustains it, and gives back what it
    • the outer world to humanity's inner world and back to the
    • the world evolves, also human consciousness. If we go back to
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture III: The Origin of Suffering
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    • learned through spiritual research to look back into earlier
    • back over your life you will realize how often suffering and
    • only have to add the necessary heat for ice to turn back into
    • destructive elements back to the heart and lungs. What
    • back to the point where suffering evolves and becomes
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    • can be traced back to the nursery. Inartistic lifeless toys
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    • science points back to a time when human beings inhabited
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    • This we must keep in mind and see as background to today's
    • gathers again about the person. He must receive it back in
    • as it were, stand back and consider just what it is the child
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    • that it goes back to a legendary figure, Christian Rosenkreuz,
    • knowledge of the true background of Rosicrucianism, who picks
    • at least by the initiates. If we go back far enough, we find
    • carbon dioxide, retain the carbon and give back the oxygen
    • person back the oxygen. Plants that grew millions of years
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XII: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • and points back to a primordial time when not only the arts
    • root. Whether we go back to the ancient cultures of Greece,
    • looked back to a very old culture in ancient Greece that
    • became self-seeking, egoistical. Wagner looked back as it
    • back to what in a primordial past had held people together in
    • humans would have to find the way back to fellowship and
    • ways no one has thought of before. He has looked back to
    • mankind's evolution. Looking back to ancient times, Wagner
    • that especially traits in European culture can be traced back
    • background of the momentous upheavals taking place all over
    • person's name was of no importance, family background of no
    • background was what mattered; they must have the
    • world-historical background and significance. And we must
    • into the Background. They came to the fore once more near the
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    • investigation does not bear this out. Looking back we come to
    • millennia, right back to antiquity, there were always books
    • After three and one-half days the initiate was guided back to
    • further back we go in human history, the greater the
    • describes what He is in words that refer back to the word
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    • third time, it is taken back to the spiritual world for a long time.
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    • once streamed for us from heaven to earth, finds its way back from the
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    • Nowadays we frequently look back into earlier epochs of human
    • and we look back without really thinking about it into
    • the further we go back into the cultural life of the East.
    • generally thinks that if we go far back into time, man was a
    • This belief in ghosts does not reach back into very
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    • back into the history of the development of the earth and of
    • hierophant called the pupil back into life. Through this
    • called the pupils back into life and they were told: “He who
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    • soul? If we go back still further, we come to the development
    • astral body were one. This leads us back thousands of years, to
    • of the earth, to which we go back.
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    • diagram 3, right) Then it comes back in again with awakening (left),
    • to hold back if you want to slow it down. And so it is inside the eye.
    • That is the function of the optic nerve which wants to hold back the
    • time, because conditions lying farther back have caused that things
    • a much slower activity of life than in that part which remains back
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    • blood, on this way back a reviving of the food must take place. The
    • be quite well defined backward, but in the front it would dissipate.
    • go back a few centuries only — a couple of centuries are not much
    • soul, has begun. We go back from the 15th, 14th, and 13th centuries
    • One has to come back again
    • and lead science back to religion.
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    • be instructive to look back and see how — mainly in human affairs
    • and is radiated back to him, or else the light which he receives directly
    • for a long time and we still see, when we go back to the older Greek
    • an organ that is always floating away and getting pushed back again.
    • In this going away and pushing back there is something inwardly mobile.
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    • we look back on the past, we tend to have the impression that
    • background spiritual science can give will enable you to
    • centuries, until it had to recede into the background for a
    • the physical plane, so that they can look back, so to
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    • are back at our starting point again. The strange thing is that
    • the miser and the latter nodded back. All these things were
    • and who nodded back. “I will put that into
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    • realize clearly that when we look back at events that have
    • the future. Otherwise we keep going back in a
    • realize that as long as we look back, this review can
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    • backward, so that that does not interfere. It is only with
    • moved forward or backward in time. But speaking generally we
    • have now come back to our starting point. If we tried with our
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    • of our I reflected back from our physical body. Thus
    • with us. If we look back to the middle of medieval times, it is
    • we go back beyond the fifteenth and fourteenth centuries, we
    • and produces this form of the muscles. If we were to go back as
    • astral body back to you. Anyone observing nature or making an
    • experiment nowadays also observes what it radiates back to him,
    • “will” at the back of the book; aha, page 205 and
    • lead them back into earlier lives. The others will feel an
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    • words that we shell come back to imaginative conception
    • words comes to expression. And men can find their way back to
  • Title: Social Question as a Problem: Lecture II: The Inner Experience of Language
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    • describe the same things from different backgrounds is the
    • back as visible speech. To perform eurhythmy is to transform
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    • fall back on any kind of deluded ideas that have become mere fine words.
    • least hold back the tail in the matter! This is an observation which
    • thinking back to the most elementary, the most instinctive perception
    • we are not to prefer going back to the old conceptions with the idea
    • is thrust back again.
    • evolution of mankind. Whoever holds people back from Spiritual Science
    • him? It actually takes him back into the animal kingdom. And this explains
    • this unconscious appearance of animal nature hold man back from going
    • during his apparent progress, this backsliding of of man's must so happen
    • that it is not simply a matter of going forward and then back (as it
    • for then man would come back to the earlier stages of his development,
    • backward, but like this (see diagram); an advance
    • him of sinking back to the animal. When man in primitive culture epochs
    • intellectuality in the age of the consciousness soul. If we go back
    • unhealthy falling back into the old Moon evolution, is the higher animal
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    • are concerned, to look back on many things connected in former times
    • They go back to the Church Fathers of earlier centuries and from their
    • just as the Catholic Church wanted to hold men back from accepting the
    • the truth back from flowing in. This feeling of fear, this anxious feeling,
    • held back from direct entrance into the spiritual world. It is a forbidden
    • evil that would come were man to throw back the breaking wave of the
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture III: Clairvoyant Vision Looks at Mineral, Plant, Animal, Man
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    • fear of the truth which always unconsciously holds men back from really
    • recognise if—please understand me, thoroughly he looks back to
    • consciousness that stretches backward before birth, could you, that
    • were the backward-running thread of consciousness to remain unbroken—the
    • back with him. The structure of the human organism was still such that
    • man could bring back his thoughts. For quite a while this went on working,
    • he used properly, the head could no longer bring back thoughts out of
    • looking back to the time when thoughts were still formed. The matter
    • rest your back, but then, just because you are physically at rest, you
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    • it but jumped back, thus men would jump away from the spiritual world.
    • shines on a stone and is reflected back so that we can see the stone,
    • look at the stone, your eyes can bear the reflected, thrown back light.
    • the weakened form which the weakened light of an object reflected back
    • back from objects, light that no longer blinds the eyes. You can gather
    • your finger is burnt. You jump back and do not want to burn it. Naturally
    • has acquired a little real knowledge of the spiritual world looks back,
    • largely holds men back from pressing forward to Spiritual Science is
    • is the common thing today, always to relate everything back to just
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    • Going farther back in former times it is found that to a certain extent
    • used this illustration. Whereas the pendulum swings here it falls back
    • was, however, very backward among the northern barbarians. It was awaiting
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    • when we look back into very ancient times on earth, times long before
    • and more a going back—the greater the development of the intellect
    • it will be just as well to go back to the answer to the question—where
    • than human, if we look back at Goethe himself, beneath much of what
    • the task of our time is to find the way back to Goethe. Strictly speaking
    • century. The way back to Goethe must be found through the Spiritual
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    • basis of the clairvoyant consciousness since way back; either
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    • scares Faust and he falls back, dazed. He has to turn away.
    • This backward directed development is connected to all which
    • and backward moving forces had to take up the striving of Faust
    • through the universe!” — Faust turns back to that
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    • faults, is false and a danger which works backward in fact,
    • you back at this point is basically a loss for the soul.
    • can see how we rose from this background. However, everything
    • brooded upon in examining this background is bad (Ubel).
    • instead of bringing us forwards, only pushes us backwards?
    • learn to feel how present setbacks originate from an earlier life.
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    • together. The presence of those two streams can be traced far back in
    • be traced back to what we may call the Old Testament outlook on the
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    • the imperfect to the most complicated middle one, then back again to
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    • For now we are not going back simply to the earlier second post-Atlantean
    • period of civilisation, but we are going back indeed to the Persian
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    • actually look back into the previous age, the age that came
    • personality, who looks back in the right way on man's mood of
    • at first Faust looks back to an era preceding his own, he can
    • that has come to an end. He can look back only on ruins. To
    • looking back to the ancient magic, to an older type of
    • further back in time, say a few thousand years before the
    • a way back into the secrets of nature. At the same time it
    • Galvanism, all that is known today of electricity? Think back
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture II: The Romantic Walpurgis-Night
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    • Faust, so for that we may go back to the beginning of
    • physical life. Faust has to go back into his physical body.
    • So long as the conditions are there are for man to go back
    • origin of Faust lies three hundred years back; the Faust
    • No sword that hath not stabbed i’ the back the
    • back to times when man was not constituted at all as he is
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    • background of the relative. Thus, Fichte tried to penetrate
    • back to his cell, to his laboratory, paralyzed by his contact
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    • backward in time and let his soul dive down into the fourth
    • and Menelaus took Helena back with him again. That is the
    • taken from him; he was sent back to Troy without Helena, but
    • post-Atlantean epoch, Menelaus took it back from Egypt and
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VI: The Helena Saga and the Riddle of Freedom
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    • — than did the backward Spirits of the fourth
    • efforts of the backward retrogressive Spirits of Darkness of
    • civilisationepoch — the Ahrimanic-Luciferic backward
    • transplanted back again into the blood-connection, to his own
    • our time it is the dark and backward Angel-Beings, and they
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VII: Some Spiritual-Scientific Observations
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    • creature points us back to his creators, his spiritual
    • circle backyards in the line of his emergence from his
    • orange. Were we to go back and examine now man has evolved
    • go back to the old Sun-existence, we have to think of the
    • understanding we turn our gaze back to the primal sources of
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    • certain extent we call back our past. Today with our brain
    • upon to look back on what is most universal, but utterly
    • past, in ancient history — what cannot be brought back;
    • looking back into the past. Wisdom and goodness were
    • back the closer is the relation, in common with the
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    • about natural phenomena, but traced back one set of natural
    • is parted from his etheric body, he looks back upon it; and
    • leads back to what is known only scientifiöally as I
    • friends, is what is ever and again in the background when we
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture X: Faust's Knowledge and Understanding of Himself
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    • ourselves back into the conceptions of the old Greeks, to
    • which Goethe himself went back in his representation of this
    • referred back to what was very ancient. And it may be said
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    • her he is making one look back from the superphysical to the
    • of the generative forces we are called back into the life we
    • intensive form of the same force as that which lures us back
    • life of the soul runs backward. — And so we come to
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    • go back into the world that we leave at birth; every morning
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    • when instead of looking out into the world you look back into
    • outside as well. We have only directed our gaze backwards. This
    • that which one can gain by a merely backward directed
    • believe to have certainty by means of an ordinary backward
    • When one looks back on one's life in the usual way, one
    • are remembering back to the morning when you got up, or woke
    • so on, but if you place the course of the day backwards before
    • it backwards, then you can also say that you get up to the
    • connects again with the backwards imagined happenings is the
    • exercises which can link up with this backward experiencing, it
    • back for such a spirit knowledge. Because for human beings'
    • strength that as one looks back to where one now has the first
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    • visible. - When we however look back in world evolution, as we
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    • Against these things one should never turn your back: yes, it
    • gone through divers metamorphosis. We discover, when we go back
    • researchers take us back they show us how in the far, distant
    • gradually out of this soul-spiritual. If we glance back to a
    • back even further, we will find that the souls only perceived
    • When we look back at that time when the human being was still
    • further back behind the Atlantean times, we find: As human will
    • back to the direct influence of a few single people. These fire
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    • you will look back among the writings of any well-known
    • back, it is true; nevertheless, it reached its apex in the time
    • still lower types, reaching back finally to the very simplest
    • the archetype, yet we may trace back that creature
    • trace back the organism of the physical body into the dim
    • backwards, arriving by this course at organisms of a less and
    • we can go even further back with regard to the genealogical
    • apes. Thus we may go further and further back into primeval
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    • see in the present time back into the historic past, and they
    • of an ancient background of culture they rather lived in the
    • death the etheric body of man expands. Man looks back upon his
    • earthly thoughts into the cosmic ether, and these work back
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    • tendency to look back with a certain superciliousness to ‘primitive’
    • which is that the Ram is depicted with his head looking backwards.
    • backwards, upon himself; he contemplates his own being. This is full
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    • as a whole, only if they look back with spiritual understanding to the
    • the Eastern parts of the Scandinavian peninsula, we must look back to
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    • quite present to his consciousness, yet in the background of
    • niece, and now he could do so. So in 1793 he went back again to
    • against the background, as it were, of his whole spiritual life,
    • glance back for a moment over this remarkable evolution. We first
    • the back of all these difficulties we find a deep-seated incapacity
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    • If we would go back several centuries we would find vast regions where
    • through these plays we can look back into earlier times, into the
    • Ave backwards you have Eva. That was felt in its full
    • exist in this way anymore today. Times have changed. Back then it was
    • taken hold of human minds. When we go back to the 14th or 13th century
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    • his thought and writing. We look back to Socrates. We look to him in
    • men who looked back with perfect memory and a perfect spiritual
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    • against brothers, his blood relations. He shrinks back. He will not
    • to fear, terror and anxiety, as though we were shrinking back from
    • able to look back at himself just as he ordinarily looks at things
    • I look back on all the transformations through which I have lived,
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    • we no longer want to shrink back from the higher worlds. But then a
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    • If we go back into those ancient periods of evolution there was
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    • innocence when at night man sinks back into sleep.
    • can see clairvoyantly by looking back into the Akashic record, there
    • definite soul. It was as though this sister-soul was held back, not
    • Krishna root takes us back into the Lemurian time, the very primeval
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    • condemned themselves to this servitude. If one tries to trace back the
    • tubs in their Leipzig backyards to catch rain-water for washing-day.
    • brings back the forces he has gathered during sleep in order to use
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    • Those who went through this Initiation and came back into the physical
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    • whereby also Amfortas was wounded, is finally to be traced back to the
    • times, back into the inner part of man, and became freer, more
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    • To find the origin of the stream of intellectualism we must go back
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    • the verses of the Lord's Prayer in backward order. Occultism teaches
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    • is then borne back again to the Spirit.
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    • Such is the profound background of the cult of Bacchus, the God of
    • Christ. He epitomises the past of the human soul back to its primal
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    • astral light the cipher 365 must be read backwards: 563. If an event
    • The soul now begins to live through the past life in backward order,
    • beginning at death and going back to birth. Not until the life has
    • death, in backward order, there must be abnegation of enjoyment, while
    • What on the Earth we call feeling comes back again to Earth in
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    • Modern exoteric science goes back to the Stone Age — an epoch
    • Occult science leads us back beyond this Stone Age to the epoch of
    • If we go still further back in the history of Atlantis, we come to a
    • then shrinking back inside it. The soul first gave form to the body
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    • The further we go back in the periods of evolution, the higher the
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    • In a preceding lecture we went back in human evolution to the time
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    • derived from the sense world leading back to the primal
    • start, to begin with, from where he is. Then you go back to
    • on the astral plane backwards. Leaving the physical body is
    • marriage one can say this. One can look back on the former
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    • on his back. With this the fourth stage is reached.
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    • right back to a common ancestral pair — members of a
    • doctrines. Transport yourself back into the time when man
    • go back in evolution you will see that man has changed very
    • back to the corresponding passages in the Books of Moses. But
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    • greatest; the greatest, the Initiates, kept in the background.
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    • numbers backwards. We are accustomed to read the figures 3, 4, 5, as 345
    • but in the astral world we have to read them backwards as 543. Everything
    • be going into you. Further, time and events move backwards. In the physical
    • backwards: you see first the effect and then the cause. This explains
    • Gates of rock grind back asunder,
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    • life again, but backwards. He goes through it, day by day, with all
    • its experience's, events and actions, back from the moment of death
    • back to the day of his birth, he can, in the words of the Bible, enter
    • its background colour is a reddish-grey, with rays of the same colour
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    • backwards round the Zodiac year by year, taking 2,160 years to
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    • holds back the soul from complete incarnation. Only a part of the soul
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    • indeed look back on the past and resolve to bear its karma, but above all
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    • we shall have to look back again at what has been said about man's four
    • his memory as much as he can; he must practise looking back over the
    • temperaments, also, back to a previous life, for they are qualities
    • back to a highly developed selfish acquisitiveness in a previous life.
    • much further back, and after birth it continues. The child loved its
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    • backwards, the event comes before him, and now he has to suffer the
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    • the spiritual into the physical and then back again into the spiritual,
    • be divided into seven phases: Arupa, Rupa, Astral, Physical and back
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    • Sun's rays fall on some object and are reflected back. When the Sun
    • organism; he had deposited in himself a backbone, at first cartilaginous
    • the possibility of error arose: man was now able to turn his back on the
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    • Let us cast our gaze back
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    • only by a very little, towards bringing the plant-nature back into man,
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    • letter M. Every letter of the alphabet can be traced back to an occult
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    • well-schooled), will know from their esoteric background that the
    • begin to describe by a wonderful terminology. They look back at their
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    • body in every direction, to all sides. The physical body pushes back,
    • and the pushing back, the repulsion by the physical body, is your
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    • released at the change of teeth, they then work back upon the astral
    • forces back to us, between the seventh and fourteenth years. Just as
    • streamed back to us, so we can designate what the child does in the
    • decide that the point is normal. If it lies too far back toward youth
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    • sounding these words again. He is in fact going back to speech that
    • they come back again and again to the same thing.
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    • nineteenth and beginning of the twentieth century. If you go back two
    • subscribe to it) look back with pity to olden times when it was
    • want to take you back to one of his earlier incarnations that had
    • trouble, then with another. So he is always swinging back and forth
    • posterior cavity, far back. It can't be operated on. Raimund dies
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    • the ordinary Kant-Laplace theory too stupid, so he went back to
    • back, or further forward — to bring that into harmony with what
    • light to the breathing. It holds that back. The light stays behind
    • through the modified arterial process, and then is held back, dammed
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    • back in the human body and kept there. And not merely an image, an
    • held back? It can remain in humans if the sun forces are brought in
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    • power to perceive spiritual things, then afterward carries back
    • back to those old methods. We have to move forward to methods by
    • the spiritual world, and followed it back again into the body. And
    • carrying back the spiritual world. For the spiritual world is present
    • led back into human beings, and the relation is established in them
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    • farther back on a line that can be drawn between the constellation of
    • spring begins moves back in the zodiac a little bit in that
    • has come back to the same spot. That means after a certain period of
    • bounce back. We are pushing with our thoughts against a wall.
    • a larger breath by which we go out into the world and back, the
    • out, spread out into the universe. When we come back to earth again,
    • of nature that led to mere experimentation. We must find the way back
    • think back to our speech course,
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    • into infinity, comes back from the other side. This shows that the
    • bring back into the full waking state, into the natural course of
    • back to Christ, after the Father has given the leadership over to
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    • well-schooled), will know from their esoteric background that the
    • begin to describe by a wonderful terminology. They look back at their
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    • body in every direction, to all sides. The physical body pushes back,
    • and the pushing back, the repulsion by the physical body, is your
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    • released at the change of teeth, they then work back upon the astral
    • forces back to us, between the seventh and fourteenth years. Just as
    • streamed back to us, so we can designate what the child does in the
    • decide that the point is normal. If it lies too far back toward youth
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    • sounding these words again. He is in fact going back to speech that
    • they come back again and again to the same thing.
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    • nineteenth and beginning of the twentieth century. If you go back two
    • subscribe to it) look back with pity to olden times when it was
    • want to take you back to one of his earlier incarnations that had
    • trouble, then with another. So he is always swinging back and forth
    • posterior cavity, far back. It can't be operated on. Raimund dies
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    • the ordinary Kant-Laplace theory too stupid, so he went back to
    • back, or further forward — to bring that into harmony with what
    • light to the breathing. It holds that back. The light stays behind
    • through the modified arterial process, and then is held back, dammed
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    • Now let us get back to
    • back in the human body and kept there. And not merely an image, an
    • held back? It can remain in humans if the sun forces are brought in
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    • power to perceive spiritual things, then afterward carries back
    • back to those old methods. We have to move forward to methods by
    • the spiritual world, and followed it back again into the body. And
    • carrying back the spiritual world. For the spiritual world is present
    • led back into human beings, and the relation is established in them
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    • farther back on a line that can be drawn between the constellation of
    • spring begins moves back in the zodiac a little bit in that
    • has come back to the same spot. That means after a certain period of
    • bounce back. We are pushing with our thoughts against a wall.
    • a larger breath by which we go out into the world and back, the
    • out, spread out into the universe. When we come back to earth again,
    • of nature that led to mere experimentation. We must find the way back
    • think back to our speech course,
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    • into infinity, comes back from the other side. This shows that the
    • bring back into the full waking state, into the natural course of
    • back to Christ, after the Father has given the leadership over to
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    • anyone who has a background of Spiritual
    • back historically, or geologically, we must realise that, if we are
    • Genesis account points us back. Today there is practically no way of
    • If we look back for a
    • peculiar characteristic. It divides into two parts. If we look back
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    • and turned back again on themselves from every direction of space
    • radiating from a centre outwards into space and back again, in such a
    • once more the earlier conditions. From the earth we can look back to
    • the Moon, Sun and Saturn conditions. Let us go back to the Sun. We
    • Word-element, streams back again, how does it act? It works from the
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    • from the periphery back again to the centre at first embraced the
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    • say of our own accord comes sounding back to us from the spiritual
    • light and darkness alternated. I shall come back again to a closer
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    • of this, we must again go back to the earliest point we can reach in
    • backward, to the sorrow of their parents, but in the cosmic process,
    • shall expect the relationship between advanced and backward Beings to
    • earth evolution. And because the backward Saturn Beings represent an
    • backward one. The Sun existence has to wait; it comes later, it comes
    • the backward Saturn Beings. And when it speaks of light, it is
    • backward spiritual Beings, who work in opposition to them in
    • as the expression of the backward Beings. They themselves bestow the
    • yom? Who are the corresponding backward Beings in opposition
    • — whether we have always to look upon these backward Beings as
    • something like indignation over the backward Beings; or he can make
    • They are in their proper place in their backwardness. What would
    • task by the Elohim, so the backward Archai also, those Spirits of
    • the Saturn Beings to be kept back in cosmic evolution, so that they
    • while there was no light. Thus the backward Saturn Beings have their
    • affecting us, they had also to appoint the backward Saturn Beings as
    • was carried on by the normally advanced and the backward Archai
    • together. The backward Archai are active in the darkness. Hence the
    • of the backward Archai, who unite their activity with that of the
    • the backward Beings of these two hierarchies.
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    • back to our Elohim, to the Spirits of Form. You see how everything
    • soon as things are traced back to their spiritual sources, the same
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    • other earlier consciousness can best be studied if we look back to
    • — that he is able to look back again and to discriminate
    • light, but that light streamed back to them from objects, that
    • reverberating back to them in the manner of the reflected light.
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    • look back to Saturn, we are struck by the fact that in this state of
    • you come back from the sleeping to the waking state you have absorbed
    • night all cows are grey,” and traces back the most varied
    • he could come back, to hear what he himself is supposed to have said
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    • are pressing back to earth again.”
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    • discoverable by external means, and the farther back we go in
    • pursue our study of its origin as far back as the times described in
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    • time. When we look back into the ancient past we find that man
    • back again and again to this Event. If we look back into pre-Christian
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    • Christianity is not that it looks back to Jesus of Nazareth as a great
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    • background for the Easter thought. But men became less and less
    • serve — outwardly at least — as a background for the direct
    • fallen more and more into the background. In an age when it is
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    • look back to the Mystery of Golgotha in a quite different way from
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    • conscience that he sent the eleven leaves back again to Uppsala, where
    • shall go far, far back in evolution — although not so far either
    • back only to about the middle of the Atlantean epoch, when the
    • physical body, he brought back the memory of these experiences into
    • taken by evolution. Looking back into those ancient Atlantean times of
    • life of man in the future? The man of the future will look back upon
    • as Post-Atlantean man looks back to those Atlantean times when he was
    • possibility is that he will look back in remembrance to the time of
    • The other is that man will look back upon what was experienced in
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    • knowledge into ever-widening circles. To-day we will look back into
    • We look back to the Old Testament and we ask ourselves: “Who
    • Let us look back once again to the knowledge proclaimed by ancient
    • peoples. Right back into the remote past of the Post-Atlantean epoch,
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    • evolution of worlds? Let us look back over the great succession of
    • able to find the way back into the spiritual worlds. Such, for
    • in our youth, when tests in life have matured us, and we can look back
    • through being able to look back upon it in the Christ-light streaming
    • without meaning that Faust is called back by the Easter bells from the
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    • was shown there how we have to trace back all men in their bodily
    • more into our ego during earthly existence, back to the Mystery of
    • If we trace back men's blood-relationship, their bodily relation, to
    • back to that human pair, we can ask: Where must we look for the origin
    • the East; of the flight into Egypt, and so on. All this leads back in
    • death, has experienced the backward survey over his previous earthly
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    • far more than is feasible nowadays. There is no need to look back many
    • back as far as is usually imagined. Only a few incarnations ago, men
    • surprised that many people should not have begun, as yet, to look back
    • already on the earth but living in another bodily form. We look back
    • which arouses the feeling: It can only be that I am looking back on
    • look back and to recognise themselves. But for those who have not
    • become familiar with the idea of reincarnation this looking back will
    • to understand these if we look back to the time before our present
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    • time to which we can go back in memory — should never leave us.
    • it suddenly came back to him who he was. The interval was passed quite
    • in childhood to which one can go back, so must it be also in the life
    • just run its course. For several days he goes back over his whole past
    • review so presents itself that we really live backwards starting from
    • so on. In this way we experience the whole life again backwards, but
    • investigated. One really goes back through one's life, but not from
    • evolving back again to the astral body, and so on. The further epochs
    • life-tableau, and then goes backwards through the night-life. But
    • when so many die young. For this looking back at the spiritual world
    • infancy, there is naturally not much experience of life to go back
    • of coming back home into the world from which he descended. This is of
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    • in this journey backwards everything which other people have
    • If you look back in history you can also say that even there the
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    • present aware of. In regard to it especially, much is driven back
    • life-tableau, looks back in the etheric body. I have already indicated
    • that world which man has forsaken, to which he continually looks back,
    • appears. From the spiritual world one looks back in like manner at the
    • be investigated occultly). If one traces this back, one finds that in
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    • We then look back at our external world here, which is encompassed by our Ego.
    • But there the soul unable to be as egoistic as it was here, looks back on
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    • this memory should not be severed. We must remember back to a certain
    • comes the time to which we can always remember back in later life.
    • Ego. When we thus look back into ourselves, our soul gaze meets this
    • our memory, yet we know that memories might arise, as far back as that
    • shall be paid back to you. You shall see!” The rest of his speech
    • This fear of the spiritual world holds people back, but they are not
    • seized by the spiritual world, this it is which holds men back from
    • to their spiritual background. With this in view the words with which
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    • things which may be useful to some of us when we look back to what
    • — that at the back of what is visible to external perception as
    • back pictures, the image of one man, the image of a second man, etc.,
    • he truly does not look back to the cleverness which he had when he
    • he learnt to know the Bible there. Later on these things come back to
    • of nature. They were discovered, brought back to the house, and the
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    • the karma which he has still to pay back. When one reaches this stage
    • see within. He then soon comes back into physical life. His desires
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    • such a way that the granules come back to their right position. And
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    • oneself: This was once plant. If one were to go still further back one
    • head lies the thinking part, above, the part of feeling, to the back
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    • with thinking. Development will work backwards. The warmth of the
    • Just as today we can trace the rock formation of the Earth back to
    • been formed through human error. A hunchback owes his deformity to the
    • Middle Ages. Today therefore it would be quite wrong to look back on
    • Epidemics can be traced far back to the misdeeds of a people. They are
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    • generation. People's characteristics can be traced back as far as the
    • one can look backwards on one's forefathers as far as two hundred
    • nevertheless in the background the Akasha exists as a foundation. The
    • back into the physical. There is no purpose in looking for something
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    • what the Buddhists call Avidja, not-knowing, drives him back into
    • also produces a reaction and works back as Karma. Action and reaction
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    • The basis of the Organisation of the Church goes back also to the same
    • The further we go back the more living are the concepts man had about
    • in. The Devas become Devas as soon as they are able to give back again
    • given back. It is ‘Theosophy’ in as much as the Gods themselves were
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    • Furthermore he has given back that part of his astral body into which
    • activity on the physical plane. All this is creative and comes back to
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    • eventually be traced back to the lodges of the Rosicrucians. Outwardly
    • The inner life remained in the background, in the occult schools. In
    • remained in the background. In the case of the ‘Theologia deutsch’
    • After Avidja what next draws us back is what the earth contains
    • him back.
    • that what a man has done draws him back to the physical plane, so is
    • it true that knowledge of things draws him back. Consciousness is a
    • object. This is the fourth force that draws him back, for instance the
    • existence. The forces which draw man back into existence awaken more
    • Eventually however, quite personal forces appear which draw him back
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    • How does the human being ascend to Nirvana? We must look back into
    • We can look back at the time when man did not as yet speak, but only
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    • surroundings; what enters into the world of Imagination, comes back to
    • actual destiny, that comes back to us karmically.
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    • we must go back a certain way in the development of humanity. If we
    • transpose ourselves back some thousands of years we find Europe
    • tools. If we go back about a million years we find in the same
    • whose brow receded far back. Only the back part of the brain was
    • developed. We go back further to times in which people did not yet
    • Now the materialistic thinker says: We trace man back into the times
    • being back to childhood we do not come to greater imperfection for the
    • When the natural scientist has gone back to the stage at which man had
    • Going still further back we reach the Lemurian Epoch. Here we come to
    • two organs now used for work, the hands, were then turned backwards
    • back to physical life. This is why one sees bell-like formations in
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    • it backwards, when we see it in its ever higher and higher nature,
    • meditation.) Something comes back to the physical plane when it
    • back to the Kamaloka plane.
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    • death, he looked back on his past life. This however expresses itself
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    • someone and he strikes back, so that a blow is followed by a
    • immediate past and back to the time of birth, so now we have a preview
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    • In considering the physical-astral human being we are taken back into
    • this coming back into oneself from the other side is the snake biting
    • were then reflected back, causing images to arise within it.
    • kingdoms of Nature, which then reflected themselves back into him.
    • into the surrounding world and are reflected back. To the same degree
    • this case they must fall back again into the thirst of the Monad (for
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    • substance. Then we go still further back to the very first Race, to
    • Let us think back to the time of the Old Sun. Then everything which
    • next Pralaya which followed the Moon evolution, the Moon fell back
    • allowed to disappear entirely from the Earth we should win back for
    • and turn their backs on the Earth, becoming degenerate angels. In that
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    • Still further back we come to the continent of Lemuria, between
    • conditions. Then we go still further back to the Second Root-Race, the
    • As we go back we come to a human being composed of an ever finer and
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    • the capacity of looking both backwards and forwards.
    • etheric gold. When we go back to the time when the Earth was still
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    • go back to the moment of time when sight came into existence and the
    • into the individual. Then we come back into a condition when man and
    • Now man receives back the light from the world. (Reversal of the
    • Hyperboreans. So one travels back into the worlds as they once were.
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    • are traced back to their spiritual origin. This is an esoteric
    • hindered, held back by what the god Mammon brings about. We find two
    • not only points back to the past, but it also points towards the
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    • When we go back into the most ancient times we find no nourishment at
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    • throwback into the Atlantean Age. And this happens everywhere, over in
    • Buddhism appears as a throwback into the Atlantean Age. This is why we
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    • truth, for example, that psycho-spiritual entities must be traced back
    • lower essential members had been held back in their growth. Napoleon,
    • had held the other members back.
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    • shell, because the back of its body is too soft to be a firm support.
    • back of its body is undertaken at a definite time out of the urge of
    • physical body works back upon the astral body in such a way that the
    • back upon the astral body in such a way that pain and discomfort are
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    • we shall come back to the various manifestations of this. It is open
    • background. Yet there is something in us that is very alive to the
    • look back on how the human soul pours itself into the bodily nature.
    • spirit, thus being able to work back upon his organs. Goethe says
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    • traced back to primeval wisdom. We know that in ancient times there
    • The farther we go back in the history of human evolution, the more
    • were sent back to earth by the gods through the rays of light from the
    • Moreover, he learns to understand how spirituality is brought back
    • highest thoughts are given back to him from cosmic space. For although
    • fall upon the moon, and from the moon are reflected back again to
    • soul can be reawakened, but man must first win back for himself his
    • young souls back again to earth, when he learns to feel concretely how
    • knowledge of the fact that these prayers, which can be traced back to
    • must win back for ourselves once more a knowledge and an understanding
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    • is borne back again towards earthly existence on the currents of the
    • beings of the future look back, it would have to be assumed — in
    • the same way we must go back beyond the Kant-Laplace nebula of the
    • gained, we must go back to the experiences of the initiates in the
    • back from the Moon. When the ancient initiates wished to address
    • back from Venus, were audible to a kind of inner hearing.
    • back from Mercury in certain signs which the ancient initiates knew
    • put to the Saturn-existence. And the answers then came back from the
    • forces which bear him back again when, coming down from the spiritual
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    • looking back upon the earth we see man once only, both in time and in
    • death and rebirth we look back upon earthly life, men are not seen in
    • from the moral aspect. He is now looking back upon the cosmos. But he
    • we are outside our body we look back from out of space upon the point.
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    • possible, therefore, only if one can go back, in the sense in which it
    • back again to his still unembodied being. To counteract this force,
    • house; we dwell in it; while silica always wants to take us back in
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    • this one thought was how the European man can look back over a number
    • back in such a way that when he probes into his own soul and examines
    • looks back into ancient Greece it becomes quite a different matter. It
    • as the times that followed. When in going back we come to ancient
    • certainly enable us to say that the further back we go in human
    • various ages back into Roman times as of something they have grasped
    • age as far back as ancient Rome. In purely historical writings, even
    • full of mystery when we look back into Grecian times, or so it appears
    • which begin just at the point where we go back from ancient Rome to
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    • We will let our gaze sweep back over the characteristic civilisation
    • expressed in the physical world, it must be reflected back, and this
    • ages go by. A man living primarily in the physical world, looking back
    • everything else recede into the background and stating nothing that is
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    • When a being refuses thus to work on himself, he is driven back into
    • have naturally acquired faults, but I must get back again to my
    • function of the Guardian of the Threshold. He must hold man back until
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    • matter rest for awhile and then come back to it, you will still only
    • spiritual world, but I shall come back soon to wake this body up
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    • physical life we look back into our memories, so you look back from
    • you to consider this well) you do not necessarily bring it back with
    • he can look back on his body as form. He then feels his being as if
    • ego. Now, on looking back on his ego, he feels that there also is a
    • to form a true estimate of man on earth. As one looks back one begins
    • back in a purely human way, and holding fast to what is present in
    • the spiritual world, on looking back he perceives what is of the
    • remember in such a way that, looking back on earthly existence, he
    • right to think that we must turn our back on Lucifer as from one whom
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    • give the passing moment back to eternity, that is in Ahriman's power.
    • balancing what was mine before.” So we can look back on a life
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    • with sincere and earnest intention, will never draw back before the
    • image back to you. Your face is there all the way along, but you only
    • spiritual existence. If you then trace this individuality back, you
    • look back to these days in Munich. In farewell, I heartily greet the
  • Title: Inner Nature of Man: Lecture 1: The Four Spheres of the Inner Life
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    • one floated back and forth in time and at a certain point, on
    • In looking back at that part of
    • thyself, looking back on thy light-body and thy etheric-thought body;
    • completely, now thou lookest back on thy physical body which thou
    • around which all is ordered. If we look back on that which is now no
    • back at oneself, something else appears; in looking at oneself, one
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    • when, from outside the body, it looks back at its own body and on all
    • have passed since our childhood, back as far as our memory extends,
    • By the method we have just described we first go backwards through
    • life we reach out into the spiritual world far back in ‘time’,
    • looks back at his physical body. He slips out of his body and fills
    • through between death and rebirth: for he goes back in time, he lives
    • back into a life in which he lived before his earth-life. Earthly
    • our brain. This wisdom is in the background; it is hidden from us
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    • in the background; and a sort of corpse of colour is the result. The
    • obscurity. But thus reflection occurs back to the time to which our
    • reflected back as far as to the point of time to which our memory
    • in feeling live the Spiritual Beings who are really at the back of
    • up out of feeling and will to meet it. If, for example, we go back to
    • Ahura Mazdao! If we go back to still more ancient times we find this
    • background of his consciousness. He would prefer not to be an earthly
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    • other processes of life which go on more in the background of
    • illness in the spiritual world works back into the soul, and, in so
    • Let us go back once more to the
    • further we go back in human evolution the more do we find that
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    • before thee is the background which, through its inner activity, is
    • poured thyself, it rays back to thee thy own life between birth and
    • the background is the spiritual part of thy physical body, this
    • will-star is in the background, there is contained within the
    • life. We look back, as it were, at this last earthly life. It is, as
    • being. When it strikes against the elemental being it is thrown back.
    • It does not now return as will, but as feeling, which floats back to
    • cosmos lives as feeling which comes back to us on the waves of will.
    • living, active, objective thought-beings floating back to us on the
    • from longing, which can illumine this backward survey and enable us
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    • is least. We begin to long for action and we look back at our past
    • back upon what we have received from, and enjoyed in worldly
    • We look back upon some enjoyment, some satisfaction we have had at
    • which we are able to bring back with us again to the physical plane,
    • spiritual world, so that we look back at certain pleasures we have
    • wishes to look back at his loved ones on the earth, he cannot see
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    • of view, and with various aims, we can cast a backward glance over
    • world. From such a backward survey we retain certain feelings and
    • becoming a man. And in looking back on his youth and prime he saw in
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    • world. Just as earthly spiritual life points backward, like a
    • science: spiritual life, pointing back to super-sensible life before
    • backing of tradition. And this inner untruth, which has come to
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    • are quite alone, when we are thrown back entirely on ourselves, that
    • by the capitalist system — a model for the leading back of all
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    • rate in the background.
    • even at this stage. In trying, as they put it, to go back to the
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    • the contrary, the dimming rays back into the light but is overwhelmed
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    • wanted his instruments back. Goethe had not yet begun; — it
    • Goethe had to pack the instruments to send them back again. Meanwhile
    • the instruments back, but kept them and went on with his researches.
    • sphere, slightly compressed from front to back. Such is the eye-ball,
    • vitality, — there is life. Truth is, the farther back we go
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    • throwing back the red. With like simplicity we can explain why
    • throws back the blue alone. We on the other hand have to eschew these
    • chlorophyll shines back with a red or reddish light, just as the
    • they of themselves send the light back — when they have somehow
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    • presented in the schools today, reaches hardly any farther back than
    • find your way back to the pure facts. You must first cultivate the
    • circle. Cast your mind back to what you learned in your school days.
    • effects had been perceived, one could lean back and rest content. Now
    • back to these, he said.
    • matters of principle today, to give the necessary background. In
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    • as cold as you can bear. Then put both hands quickly back again
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    • description of modern Physics may be said to date back to the 15th
    • beat back again however as soon as the body oscillates the other
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    • happened in this way. Put yourselves back into your school days:
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    • Now this state of ecstasy is bound up with a quite special drawback
    • ourselves in it. The etheric bodies mirrors our soul-life back
    • back to us an image of our life of soul. That is its peculiarity. The
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 2: Sleeping and Waking Life in Relation to the Planets
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    • which drove him out of his physical and etheric bodies brings him back
    • us out of ourselves brings the waking soul back again into the body.
    • brings him back into the waking state.
    • parts of the human soul. It we were to go back to ancient times we
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    • and from the organs back again to the heart, so did the Sun reveal
    • guide him back again. This is indicated in the legend of Theseus who
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    • light, were to flow back into the great reservoir of Cosmic Light and
    • We will now look back upon all our sins of omission, upon everything
    • world-evolution and it will therefore take back what was once bestowed
    • a background. The background shows us how the forces of light and
    • What we have made of ourselves stands out from this background. Just
    • Our own inner self is portrayed as it were against this background.
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    • in which he felt as if his life were going backwards in time, as if
    • simultaneously he felt as if he were going backwards in time into
    • were going back many, many years, a span of time very much longer than
    • was moving backwards along the line of his ancestors — not as if
    • — moving backwards to a definite point, to a primeval ancestor.
    • start from a particular individual and go back to his father,
    • characteristics through a whole series of generations, as far back as
    • Osiris and Isis the priest led the candidate for Initiation back as
    • has passed backwards spiritually to the point where he arrives at the
    • Then he lives backwards through further years — almost, but not
    • that reincarnation is a truth, for he has actually gone back to his
    • Thus a man has gone back as far as his last death, and in following
    • up to the teacher, the pupil is then able to pass back through the
    • Having re-experienced these efforts the pupil is led back again by the
    • personality, he must take him back once again over the path already
    • penultimate death reaches back to the penultimate incarnation. A
    • single cycle brings him back to the last incarnation only; thereupon
    • the second cycle must be undertaken, bringing him back to the
    • epoch lying far, far back in the evolution of the Earth, a far distant
    • Persian, in the ancient Indian, and even further back in the Atlantean
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    • slipped back into the body. A kind of contraction of the Ego takes
    • Something is held back with the result that only a portion of the
    • of the Elementary World that is held back comes into our consciousness
    • arises through the fact that our eye holds back part of the light from
    • the Elementary World, our ear holds back part of the sound, our other
    • organs hold back part of the fire or warmth; what is not held back,
    • held back by the eye, and also by the other senses; what does not
    • stream into us, what is held back, is the sum-total of our
    • physical organism of the eye, for example. We hold back certain forces
    • elemental forces themselves are held back and reflected; they cease to
    • place. At this point the stream from the World of Spirit is held back
    • our being able to hold it back.
    • By being able to hold it back. We become aware of a part of the
    • Elementary World by holding it back. We are a product of the
    • what has been described here? We should have to be able to hold back
    • World of Archetypal Images we should have to be able to hold back this
    • and then holding it back. We can only have a nervous system by
    • admitting the World of Spirit into ourselves and then holding it back;
    • ourselves the World of Reason and then holding it back; thereby the
    • possible for us to hold back a still higher world. We must be able to
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    • of ourselves and look back upon ourselves from outside. In normal
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    • back a very long way in the evolution of humanity, to a far-off
    • that our present state of development points back to an earlier one
    • backwards in time. Therewith he surveys something that was once in his
    • ordinary memory looks back in time in order to recall events of
    • must not go back along the line of time, for time is transformed into
    • going back over the days, your memory says to you: “It must have
    • ordinary man looks back to the past, the spiritual investigator has
    • the inner experience that he is actually moving backwards in Time in
    • through the body and back, so that what really belongs to the heart is
    • back to an ancient state of the thinking of the heart when
    • wants to look back into the past, he must exert his memory as far as
    • We are now looking back to an earlier stage of humanity when man had
    • he could look far back or less far back into the past and see whence
    • ancient times man looked back into the past and his direct knowledge
    • Reason; everything else was kept back. This was possible because
    • here looking back upon something that developed under the influence of
    • as we look back to a past when the foundation corresponding to an
    • and learns how to distinguish things there. When looking back with his
    • back. The human physical organism can be understood only when
    • example the faculty of memory which points back to an earlier memory,
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    • are known today and point back to man's past, whence from elementary
    • So our attention is led back not only to ages when man's form was
    • ‘warmth ether’. We are thus led back to an earlier planetary
    • between the physical and etheric bodies. This points us back to an
    • clairvoyance to look back to a primordial state of pure warmth. We
    • is direct reality. We can also think back to such a state. But it has
    • Saturn is born out of the spirit. From the Earth we go back to Old
    • Therefore we can understand the origin of our Earth by going back to
    • to do this. He looks back and sees what the Earth once was and can
    • look back into a life which preceded the present life on Earth, then
    • farther and farther back into the past, and we can also look forward
    • back into your earlier incarnations you would find yourself
    • Macrocosm but in a certain sense we also give them back, although we
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    • back upon waking, because upon
    • feeling, the condition of soul, cannot be brought back. The
    • Then, like a thought rising up, giving back to us in our
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    • say to themselves: If we look back to ancient times or if, for
    • people long to go back to these earlier soul conditions. They
    • we go back even further, for instance, to a few centuries
    • look back to a particular year in our childhood, and the
    • this life which reaches back to birth. This is the first
    • This is not the case when we look back on life through this
    • and by what we experience in them. When we think back to what
    • will sink back into the sun as a clinker, it will gradually
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    • the possibility of understanding Spiritual Science is held back
    • the thought brings the process back into his memory.
    • this example, by means of meditation we hold the thought back so far
    • we look back upon it as the only world upon which we can now gaze.
    • body, being drawn back to it by countless forces, as by a magnet. A
    • made himself free, he is consciously drawn back by the same
    • force which, on waking from sleep, draws his soul back into his
    • draw human beings back from their life between death and a new birth
    • a fruit of such meditation one may look back over a great part of the
    • can, as a rule, look back only to a certain point that lies before
    • back into earlier incarnations themselves. To do this at the present
    • our meditation is really permeated by such feelings we hold back in our
    • back into earlier lives on earth and also to investigate the period
    • eventually look back to the primeval beginning of our earth, back to
    • what the Bible calls the creative act of the Elohim. We can look back
    • our meditation is filled with impulses of the will, we are holding back a
    • blood and its pulsation but is held back, an organ develops in the
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    • Sunlight streams out from the sun but in moonlight is reflected back
    • Mystery of Golgotha. When we look back we remember what came to pass
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    • underlie it, we must go back several centuries into the past. The
    • through several centuries. We must go back to a point in time that I
    • As we look back into this dawn of the modern age, in which many
    • world to seeking the I? Why? If we go back into earlier times, we
    • renunciations it had to experience. We must go back this far in time.
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    • footsteps) was for the fifteenth century. This backward glance into
    • not go back as far as the Eighth Century B.C. Yet, we can only gain
    • science, through purely spiritual observation, we go farther back
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    • himself is from front to back. We need only recall how, from the
    • organism, take place from front to back. The orientation of these
    • very superficially. These processes — front to back, right to
    • back into earlier ages with true psychological insight, one would
    • age had a real inner experience, for example, of the front-to-back
    • intensity of taste sensations from front to back in the oral cavity.
    • back, until it disappeared entirely, was once a real and concrete
    • experience. The orientation from front to back was felt in such
    • front-back, and above-below — are the basis of the
    • So what can we say when we look back at the geometry of earlier
    • above-below, right-left, and front-back orientations, he grasped the
    • self-sufficient presentation of structures, we must trace it back to
    • Going back a few centuries, perhaps to the fourteenth century, and
    • We arrive back at an age of rich spiritual vitality that still
    • front-and-back, right-and-left, and up-and-down. One could say that
    • fit ourselves into direction of front-and-back, back-and-front, when
    • orientation of above-below, right-left, and front-back. When I walk
    • I adjust my direction to the back-to-front orientation, and when I
    • becomes qualitative inward experience. We arrive back at a time when
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    • qualitative with the quantitative. One can therefore look back at a
    • Think back to the other worldview that I have previously described to
    • back on oneself, on what — in union with one's own divine
    • said as a matter of history. Imagine yourself back in the age when
    • right-left, front-back. He could experience this only in connection
    • forward-backward.
    • Going back to a thinker of the fourth or fifth century A.D. —
    • up-and-down, right-left, and forward-backward, but I dwell in space
    • say: I behold a color and there is vibrating movement back of it that
    • them back to life; they remain no more than dead replicas.
    • impression. For a true comprehension of what went on we must go back
    • that have arisen, we must go back to their origin. Since mathematics
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    • We were able to look back into ages past, when what man had to
    • threefold orientation — up-down, left-right, front-back
    • experience, let us turn back to the time when self-experience still
    • get back to our own nature and comprehend ourselves as living beings.
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    • that the three dimensions — up-down, right-left, front-back
    • above-below, back-front, left-right. Therefore, we must say that if
    • food, he can experience front-back. He experiences up-down as he
    • experience as front-back. The abstract space framework could no
    • development since the Fifteenth Century against the background of
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    • up-down, and front-back directions. We experience motion, the change
    • a total inability to bring science back to man.
    • us go back to a scientist of the first Christian centuries, the
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    • We know that the farther we go back in history,
    • increasingly obliged to go farther back in history. Erigena's
    • writings lead us directly back to those of the so-called
    • from Dionysius the Areopagite one is led still farther back. To
    • finally, going back to the second and third millennia before Christ,
    • Even if we go no further back than the Scholastics, we can find,
    • and is now changed around to be fitted back into man. The more
    • only transplanted externalized chemistry back into the human bag.
    • only placed external mechanical physics back into the empty bag. No
    • Nineteenth Century he was traced back to the beast. All this is quite
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    • within ourselves when we look back upon ourselves.
    • it. Instead, you must turn back to man. Whereas formerly he
    • chemistry. That would only carry death back into man and make his
    • preserved. There we can discover all that once existed, right back
    • chemistry, and to refer them back to their underlying living element,
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    • into heat. I can turn heat back into work, in the steam engine for
    • turned backwards like an inorganic process. This fact does not enter
    • calculation may be made forward or backward, but usually reality does
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    • century. At the same time, however, people were backward in a grasp of
    • to come back to these concepts. It will perhaps be easier to win way
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    • You can pass back again and again reach the point a. In brief, if I
    • third dimension. When the point comes back again and starts from the
    • Let us now go back and see what we have established as fact. This is
    • can pass back again to the boiling point and get a liquid from the
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    • transformed back again into heat since the mechanical processes, as it
    • of heat, we may look back again on something we have already
    • back now to our own organism and find an inner kinship between our
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    • back again to the relation of the human being to physical
    • You will see from this that we are obliged to go back to an old
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    • that it is not possible to get back as mechanical work in the form of
    • the skin. The drawing back of the needle is in reality nothing other
    • when we change the solid back into a liquid. One simply rests on that
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    • Let us go back for a moment to the fluid state. There we have, as it
    • come back from the other end of the series and the system becomes a
    • realms. Now when we go further, we must really come back from the
    • we come back from the other side, that which belongs to this other
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    • be considered as bending back
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    • opaque body is one that throws the light back. For how can such a
    • infinity in a plane in one direction and then coming back from
    • then have to come back from two different points at infinity. The way
    • out in one direction through this series and come back into it from
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    • light effects. And just as we glance back from the corpse to the
    • of the earth back to a former physical condition, when the solid was
    • for instance) passing back again into fluid or gas, etc. In brief, we
    • and extend it without more ado backwards in time. Modern astrophysics
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    • back into human development thought permeated with reality. And it is
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    • etheric organism is the background of the soul's experience. We have a
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    • form of thought it radiates back what we experience in the ether. This
    • full consciousness, and so in a new way he is transported back to the
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    • is true, transferred back completely into the condition that existed
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    • in their sleep back to their presence on earth. Naturally these same
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    • soul having gone further back with its experience to the astral
    • Christ-problem. Therefore that study will again lead us back to a
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    • organization is an alternate surrender and drawing-back. But the
    • prevented from being resolved into physical activity. It stands back
    • be disturbed if we went back to the old ascetic practices.
    • back at his earthly life because of his moral qualities acquired
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    • knowledge. But the further back we go into the past, the greater was
    • to become ever more familiar with outer, physical reality. Look back
    • still further back in time, in order to benefit from constantly new
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    • in backward order, three times as quickly. The significant characteristic
    • back into the hen. Everything is experienced in reverse order.
    • within the body of the other. Thus, a man lives his life in backward order
    • course of life in backward order; it is an example of a sublime moment
    • when he goes through the gate of death. Then he had a backward view
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    • lecture yesterday concerning man's evolution, we will go back in thought
    • body to which it is now possible to look back with occult sight; this
    • remained backward. A girl who up to her eighteenth year was totally
    • Archangeloi who had remained backward on Old Sun and were now obliged
    • become backward on Old Sun, produced as human bodies structures that
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    • upon his astral body and had themselves remained backward in their own
    • hold man back in his development to spirituality. It was especially
    • their vehicles. When the clairvoyant looks back to that epoch, he sees
    • must be made here to a deep, occult background. Think of the Greek temple
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    • characteristics of our spiritual ideals for the future by looking back into
    • fathers that they lived for hundreds of years. We are there led back
    • had experienced but also to a time when this memory extended far back
    • he lived in his “I” right back to remote ancestors. His
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    • lion this astrality passes back again to the astral plane. The group
    • process and called the neophyte back to life. After his awakening he was a
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    • to lead you back to those primeval ages.
    • the Wise One, to whose wisdom we turn back again after long years,
    • own small stock of wisdom, by turning back to Goethe again and again,
    • student was already able to look back at his life from the other
    • put us into this world and cannot take us back to that country again
    • wisdom. So the Ferryman throws back the wisdom which has not yet
    • passed through the stage of selflessness. He throws it back into the
    • should be able to cross backwards and forwards at any time. The
    • cannot take him back, represents something which existed before our
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    • back there.
    • may not take them back. We come across by no will of our own, but we
    • cannot get back again in that way. We must ourselves find the way
    • back into the Spiritual realm.
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    • Recorded history dates back to the Egypto-Chaldean or third
    • preceding period, the Greco-Roman, goes back to the eighth and ninth
    • during the fourth post-Atlantean period. Then we reach back to a still
    • themselves, flowed through to mankind. So we can look back from our
    • Greco-Roman period when Christianity appeared, and still further back
    • To really understand Christmas one must look back to that turning
    • ancient India the wise Rishis looked back to a time when the sexes did
    • looked back to a primeval man, known in occult teachings as Adam
    • Parsis, looked back to the epoch in which the two sexes were born out
    • the God, rode upon his back. He covered the Bull's nostrils, plunged a
    • What does the name “Sun Runner” signify? If you were to look back into
    • festival. Let us go back to the fourth post-Atlantean period, back to
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    • your gaze back thousands of years before our era to ancient Egypt,
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    • recent and does not date back more than a few centuries. The custom of
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    • back again to what has been stated, we may say that all sorts of
    • memory, the power of looking back and not losing consciousness of the
    • normal consciousness, we can see in the background as it were, the
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    • our nearest spiritual environment. If, however, we went back in the
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    • but he knows himself to be one with this being, and he looks back upon
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    • it back; hence it appears as a reflector, as a thrower-back of the
    • throw it back. Hence, seen in cosmic space, they are stars which have
    • that light flowing in from the Sun; arrests it and throws it back.
    • light, which is thrown back, because, when the Seraphim and Cherubim
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    • the system, and back again. We have continually to do with life-forces
    • path in cosmic space, and then come back again. Materialistic
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    • Man would find himself forced back to his fifteenth year and he would
    • back in the Akashic Chronicles to an earlier condition of our
    • back still further?
    • nothing, but which grieves one and throws one back upon oneself. It
    • from inspiration, only one must go back to their original text. Even
    • go — of having reached a condition lying still further back than
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    • principal forms date far, far back; but then appeared other forms in
    • rays to the planets and from these work back upon the earth. In so far
    • was traced back in occultism to the Spirit of Motion who works down
    • group-egos of the animals. This leads back to the real fact revealed
    • back to the civilisation of ancient India, then we find that the Seven
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    • can be traced back to the action of the Spirits of Form. Now because
    • permeated by a stream from another planet. Thus we have to trace back
    • Form. Thus we have to recognize backward Spirits of Wisdom who have
    • In this way it is possible to look back to the streaming in of the
    • alone does the mineral come to its perfection. Now if we go back to
    • how those same spirits themselves appear when we direct our gaze back
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    • The external character of health is traced back to the spiritual,
    • the background is the thought that the evolutionary force is at work
    • personal property and possessions. If we were to go back to ancient
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    • far beyond his organization: all this leads back to the fact that the
    • which I can trace back, can do nothing against my organization, for
    • If we, in the post-Atlantean time, look back into the ancient sacred
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    • religions spread out over the earth, all of which point back to this
    • or that founder. We find first the Krishna religion, leading back to
    • Krishna; second, the Buddha religion, leading back to Buddha; third,
    • the ancient Hebrew religion, leading back to Moses; and we find
    • Christianity, leading back to Jesus of Nazareth. The religions having
    • last. Then he does not come back again in a human body.”
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    • manifestation of this thinking, as he traces it backward, finds that
    • imitating in language the outer world, is traced back to the
    • follow this process as we go back to the pre-earthly existence; we can
    • Let us go back now to the first thing that the child learns: to walk,
    • consider the animal, which has its back parallel with the surface of
    • walking movement. These forces, if we follow them back through the
    • cosmic order. But, when we look back into the life before birth and
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    • then will one look back in the right way to the pre-earthly existence
    • as one looks back from the corpse, in which only the forces of nature
    • Indeed, if we look further back in the course of evolution, we find
    • earthly human being my thinking; but this directs me backward through
    • lies back of these things can no longer be rightly seen through by
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    • The farther back we go, the less we find that education is spoken
    • then, when one strives to speak out of what can bring this life back
    • another. Naturally evolution cannot be turned back to an earlier
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    • back to the conditions in earlier epochs of civilization. That is not
    • my intention. The thing that matters is to go forward, not back. But
    • in order to find our bearings we may turn back, look back, rather,
    • up and took it back with him when he fell asleep. Modern thinking is
    • Earth, and come back again after hundreds of years, the atoms will be
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    • of the immediate present. He dated it back to the later age of Greek
    • when all ideals are traced back to bodily functions. One example will
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    • go back in evolution the more we find that the rising tip of an inner
    • first third of the fifteenth century. But if we go back in time and
    • coming to the soul from outside. And the further back we go the more
    • find forms pointing back to the once living, God-given moral ideas.
    • it were itself something living. We must go back to what was the
    • back before the fifteenth century, it becomes evident that thinking
    • bring back life into what has been made into dead thinking by natural
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    • you go back to Greece, you will find that the doctor in his medical
    • we see how through actual life, morality is transformed back into
    • after me?” For they in turn will look back to those who were
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    • conscious. But we must in many respects go back to older contents of
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    • especially in the West, we are led back to the first third of the
    • fifteenth century; in an inward study we find ourselves led back to
    • let us say, we go back from a contemporary anatomical book to Hyrtl
    • in one's scientific feeling on going back to the second third,
    • into what alone out of man's being can bring the soul back into
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    • always so. If we look back before the first third of the fifteenth
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    • documentary history can go back only a few thousand years before the
    • especially with Inspiration, we can look back much further into human
    • we go very far back, some seven or eight thousand years before the
    • approximate. A man who looks back to the period of his forty-ninth,
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    • we to go back to the first epoch after the great Atlantean
    • Therefore if we are to get back to a natural condition of authority
    • is of the utmost importance. But to this we are led back in inner
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    • background of the symptoms which we may observe in our surroundings.
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    • for sense perception or for thinking, we have to look far back into
    • formation points back to the previous planetary stages of our
    • found its conclusion in the human head reaches far back. But if we add
    • to this all that belongs to the rest of man, we need not go back as
    • back as far the Moon evolution; the limbs have been added to
    • might put forth new limbs. You would not then trace back the entire
    • evolving being, has to be traced back; but this or that limb has only
    • however, is that the head formation reaches furthest back in
    • to evolution, we can only say: The human head can be traced back to an
    • part of the human being, his head, points us back to the animal; in
    • anatomically the traits that point back to the animal form. Yet upon
    • Speaking in imaginations, we may point back to the fact that the
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    • Every evolution that progresses also turns back and retrogresses.
    • If we look back into pre-Christian times we shall find that God's
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    • be a matter of calling back to your memory, in a way different from
    • If we go back in the evolution of occidental humanity which received
    • back to those times in which a Mystery culture that extended over the
    • We must go back into those millennia into which history does not reach,
    • we must go back with the methods which you find indicated in my book,
    • factually upon their own self are able in the present age to look back
    • ripe, in regard to its corporeality, to look back upon its previous
    • look back; it then will sense this faculty only as a deficiency.
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    • documents reach back. This is not the case. Human beings, even the
    • preparation. If we go back to the Moon state we must say: Here
    • look back into the evolution of the Earth, we find the
    • opposing poles. This pushing back of instincts makes man's conceptions
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    • far back in the post-Atlantean evolution of mankind. When we focus our
    • culture which reaches back into such ancient times, the primeval
    • back, atavistically, that which mankind had possessed at earlier
    • asks: Why did Indian Yoga culture try to call it back, what did it
    • going back to Yoga culture; that has passed. For the breathing process
    • breathing three millennia ago cannot be brought back artificially.
    • That it may be brought back is the great illusion of the Orientals.
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    • upon feeling just as we look back, after awakening, upon the dream.
    • completely unknown, as far as we may go back in history. But this is
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    • spiritual background of existence. Such lack of interest is closely
    • direct followers of the Archangels strive to lead human beings back to
    • spiritual background, clairvoyant vision shows that it was the spirit
    • world history evolution may be traced in two directions: backward as
    • back from 1879 to 1878, 77, 60, 50, and so on, and may then observe
    • back to 1878. If we proceed to 1880, we shall observe in the deeper
    • stand, as active forces, the events of 1877. As we go back, it is as
    • if the line of time reversed itself, and the events which lie back of
    • calculation with me. Count back from the year 1879, count back to the
    • the beginning of the forties, around 1840, 1941, count back: 1879,
    • upon to take this fact on its true background, then they do not
    • looks back upon this flaming up. This flaming up greatly resembles the
    • This is part of the background of historical development. I should
    • like very much, indeed, to throw light from this background upon much
    • present, seen from the background I have just described.
    • proper background. And if the spiritual researcher then describes this
    • background, the outer events will corroborate all the more what has,
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    • nursing, and always came back to this definite experience. I
    • the sickbed, her right arm across the back of the chair. She
    • paralyzed; the right arm hanging over the back of the chair had
    • this and similar cases, examined the previous life back to
    • back quite naturally into the house she had just left. Further
    • draws back from an object, or halts before it and considers.
    • you go back to his earliest childhood, that the patient as an
    • channel.” Let us turn back then to one of the elementary
    • course. Go back to business. That is the only suggestion that I
    • energy from one potential to another, nor even turn it back
    • come back to the point in case you do not find it. It may
    • present personal life, but far-back connections with all sorts
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    • where she was rescued by passers-by, brought back to the house
    • only to faint in the street, and would have been brought back
    • found that their subconscious actions seldom lead back to the
    • superficially, turned back hastily as scholars do, to the
    • further back about the fourth, fifth, and sixth
    • had moved backward a few lines.
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    • follow the life of such a man back into childhood. We should be
    • this or that blow of fate and, thinking back says to himself:
    • we may not find this too difficult we may place this event back
    • life. The spiritual forces draw back from the dishonest or ugly
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    • Thus he follows the way back to himself. What sent such forces
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    • can, as it were, look back, through a corresponding development
    • forth, and what is thus thrown back constitutes our memories.
    • certain thoughts shine back in memory from the whole
    • the heart. For what is thrown back from the heart are the pangs
    • that. You must trace it backwards. Before the woman met the man
    • connection throughout, and we can, by going back into
    • inception of what is now the world lies far back within man of
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    • We could also look back in another way into past epochs of human
    • evolution. Then we would see that the farther we go back to the
    • really be demonstrated back to the racial father Abraham, and that the
    • of humanity. Mankind in general goes back to group-souls. The farther
    • we go back in human evolution, the less do we find expressed the
    • back to ancient times. Groups of human beings then belonged together,
    • of race. If we go back beyond the great Atlantean catastrophe, we see
    • independent individualities, they will look back and say: You were
    • an inner human being; one looks back, and remembers as a group-ego,
    • that as their FALL, as a new Fall of mankind, as a falling back into
    • terrible for the sixth period of time; to be unable to look back to
    • back, in the future humanity.
    • human faculty of remembering backwards. It is only a question of our
    • individual soul. If they are now held back, they fall consciously into
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    • the generations lying far back, so that the right qualities could be
    • Something absolutely correct lies behind that if we go back along the
    • We have said: If we go back to earlier times, we find that human
    • back again to their Palestine.
    • through Canaan, towards Egypt, and then back again to Canaan. What
    • Jesus. He goes to Egypt, and then again back to Palestine. Here we
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    • other. If we went back to the epoch of the old Hebrew evolution, to
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    • so, from our point of view, we can look back on St. Augustine
    • back at the standpoint of St. Augustine, how we can understand
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    • is to radiate back our astral body and ego, forming the
    • let us go back again to something else, to which I have drawn
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    • characteristic, which we understand if we look back to the Atlantean
    • after another. Uranus means heaven, Gaia the earth. If we go back
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    • intervened in the affairs of the human race. It was a fresh setback
    • of these backward Beings. Thus the influence of these Beings, who are
    • a large ram with a golden fleece, upon the back of which they were to
    • youngest daughter, Medea, he was enabled to bring it back to Greece.
    • It had to be brought back again. Thus the Argonaut saga is an
    • anew; by bringing the primeval wisdom back again to Greece, Theseus,
    • Odyssey? Odysseus himself is its expression. Let us turn back for a
    • first come out of himself, broaden his view, by looking back on the
    • order to be led back again to the soul of the fifth root-race.
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    • Europe; from the Pope alone, of his own free-will, he drew back. The
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    • vividly back into the end of the Atlantean epoch. Man still had a
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    • our souls schematically against the background of human development.
    • development was necessary. The Moon had again to fall back into the
    • The Moon fell back
    • After its last change it came back to its first condition. The human
    • back to the first form, after he had lived through the other three,
    • Now let us go back to
    • because, in accordance with the nature of its being, it goes back to
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    • divinity backing it.
    • Now let us look back
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    • there in nature. Let us look back to an earlier time when there were
    • already known to the older members here. When we go back in human
    • Were we to go far back millions of years in human evolution,
    • plane. Even further back in time, we come to a period when the soul
    • the world. Everyone, when he looks back, sees that he has gone
    • force. You can continually turn back to these seals and you will find
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    • How far must we go back, while still remaining within the limits of
    • world-wisdom? Must we go back to some time or other in the historical
    • world-wisdom we must go back to the time when there was no outwardly
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    • surrounds man in the world was then referred back to the so-called
    • backwards,’ says the spiritual scientist, look at any solid
    • through our own increasing spirituality, free them and lead them back
    • him and which he had not led back to their higher element, and those
    • whom he has through his own spiritualisation led back to their former
    • released he does not bring back with him for they have returned into
    • filled with working power, he leads back into daylight. Thus he
    • elemental spirits back to the light, to the day, to the waxing moon,
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    • things when we go back into more ancient times. Just as man passes
    • first planet to which we look back when speaking of incarnations of
    • which they lived, gradually changed. If we look back at ancient
    • warmth.’ And coming back another time and finding all those
    • pupils; they transported themselves in spirit back to the times of
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    • and less immersed in Maya, we glance back a little at what was said
    • always be traced back to spiritual Beings. That which we call so
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    • system. Glancing back at ancient Saturn we say to ourselves: before
    • We must now ask ourselves: When we glance back at ancient Saturn and
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    • it is now, reaches back through the ancient Atlantean time, through
    • of 2150 years. And if we go back to five or six thousand years B.C.,
    • Far back into hoary antiquity these Schools flourished and, when
    • as to teach it to these small children. Hence, we look back into old
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    • was still waiting to receive his Ego. And if we go still further back
    • we go back to Lemurian times, we find a man who in his way has no
    • If we go back to Atlantean times, we can seek out the secret stations
    • lived within them. Therefore, these great leaders could look back
    • when we look back to earlier undeveloped men, that among these men we
    • Individualities to whom we look back into former times can only be
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    • radiating into it from outside, but as if holding itself back. It is
    • back from the neutral fire within. The really perceptible warmth is
    • pushed back from within. So that the egg of warmth which is drawn in
    • Each egg in its wanderings, comes back to the point where it was
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    • backwards at those first planetary developments of our earth, the
    • which, as the old Hebrew mystery-teaching, leads back to that Mystery
    • this human development? Look backwards in spirit to the Atlantean and
    • Ego works back on the other members, transforming the astral body,
    • goes with man through all eternity, it is brought back into each new
    • Now if we look back at the many things which have passed before our
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    • the circumference. Out there in space it is coming back again. At one
    • it brings back with it all that the beings who have worked on the
    • planet is ever lost, it all comes back again from the other side.
    • back, nothing new would be embodied in it.’ Just because of the
    • remained still further back, and were attracted by the retrograding
    • the circumference, the solution of this world problem comes back to
  • Title: The East in the Light of the West: Lecture III
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    • dim, primitive clairvoyance. The farther we go back in evolution, the
    • or evolved, conscience among the rest. If anyone were to go back some
    • this fourfold constitution is to be traced back to the very source
    • a spiritual seer looks back to the time preceding the Christ event, a
    • back to the Christ as a being Who at a certain point of time entered
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    • of tradition. We will go back, not so very far, to a historical
    • Herakleitos, of Plato and of later sages can be traced back to him.
    • In this instance we have not gone back so very far in human history.
    • returning to earth repeatedly. We come back in order to have new
    • individuality. If we go back to a time when men brought down into the
    • evolution manifest itself if we look back upon it with spiritual
    • first the Christ light did not ray back from him. Since the point of
    • as the moon reflects the light of the sun. The light thus rayed back
    • rayed back by Indra as the sunlight is reflected by the moon. In
    • is the name of the Christ light rayed back by an ancient deity. It is
    • again when we go back in time, only under different names and
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    • with the evolution of humanity and of the universe. If we go back to
    • spiritual vision. We need not go so very far back, for in the
    • it back again to the realm called in ancient times the Dionysian
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    • a position to bear an etheric body itself and able to send back
    • divided. The further we go back in the evolution of humanity, that is
    • regard to the mysteries it is true to say that the further we go back
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    • the conditions of evolution of the sun, and fell back again upon the
    • sun-evolution and fell back again to be reunited with the earth
    • within. The beings who had fallen back from the sun approached the
    • according to its essence, we find the being by going back to the
    • pass from the later back to the earlier, as from child to father. On
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    • We look back at earlier incarnations of man, of races and
    • man of the present day and looking back at his three former
    • revelation and all the wisdom in the world can be traced back finally
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: I. The Position of Anthroposophy in Relation to Theosophy and Anthropology.
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    • spiritual research and for bringing back spiritual truths difficult
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: II. Supersensible Processes in the Activities of the Human Senses.
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    • process of smelling is one of resistance, an impulse to force back
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: III. Higher Senses, Inner Force Currents and Creative Laws in the Human Organism.
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    • order to understand how this sense comes about we must glance back
    • had to be pushed back. Now we find the astral body to be endowed with
    • not only to push back what is outside, but also, when there is no
    • back or the back of our head, for example. But we know, nevertheless,
    • that we have a back, and we know it by means of the various senses,
    • pushed back.
    • From back to front there is co-operation of the sentient soul and the
    • being a cooperation of the current passing from back to front and the
    • also the other one running backward from the front; so that the
    • other backward from the front. This gives us four intermingling
    • is least pushed back by the other currents, the intellectual soul
    • back. The spinal cord fluid must dry up and the whole brain mass be
    • pushed back to make room for a subconscious thought activity
    • back, thinking would take place there; when it is pushed back, no
    • The result of this pushing back of the brain, so to
    • substance proper is pushed back to the rear wall of the eye and
    • From the front backward, those of the sentient body.
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    • what they are. We have traced the sense image of ourselves back to
    • those super-sensible currents that flow back and forth in different
    • directions, from above downward, from right to left, from the back
    • backward, but that the emanations of the sentient soul run forward
    • from the back. Given the existence of the physical and etheric bodies
    • and the general background, we ask in what manner these forces
    • backward-flowing currents of the sentient body could now bore into
    • the back toward the front. The currents of the sentient body are
    • running backward from the front, and that of the sentient soul
    • current from back to front streams outward, the one from front to
    • back originates in the sentient body and enters the sentient soul.
    • by the harmonics (overtones); visualization arises when we push back
    • the harmonics must be pushed back, if we are to develop
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: I. The Elements of the Soul Life.
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    • close the circle that takes us in a roundabout way back to our
    • love and hate can finally be traced back to what within the soul life
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: II. Action and Interaction of the Human Soul Forces.
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    • you are absorbed, the greater is this opportunity. Looking back at
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: III. At the Portals of the Senses.
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    • To which they nevermore shall conjure back thy life!
    • Rapt, self-oblivious, back to consciousness once more
    • as though no account had been taken of what surges back and forth, up
    • and thence take back into it the results of the sense perceptions,
    • sensation (feeling) arises when desire is not pushed back by a direct
    • contact with the outer world but when it is turned back into itself
    • introverted desires, desires pushed back into themselves. Thus inner
    • cannot pass the boundary where either it is hurled back or it remains
    • and from there brings us back the verdict.
    • From the point where it turns back, desire brings back
    • the verdict. What sort of a verdict does it bring back? Under these
    • and yet the final verdict is brought back.
    • compelled to fight against the life of desires, to turn it back into
    • inculcates humility and forces back our egotism in the right way. The
    • that man brings back again what he has carried to the boundary of the
    • ourselves and are given back to ourselves. Truth brings back only a
    • verdict, but an aesthetic judgment, in addition, brings back our self
    • surging of the will up to a certain point, where it then holds back.
    • fact a desire that leads back to itself, and language actually has a
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: IV. Consciousness and the Soul Life.
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    • period of kamaloka consciousness runs backwards. Thus in following
    • backward to the old visualization, just as the light rays run
    • backward to the mirror, thence to be reflected forward.
    • stops at a certain point. From that time back to birth he remembers
    • reflects back into itself the current of the etheric body. This gives
    • from the other side is thereby held back in such a manner as to make
    • recite the Lord's Prayer backwards. You are then not following the
    • time, he draws strength from the backward-flowing current. You recall
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: I. Franz Brentano and Aristotles Doctrine of the Spirit.
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    • human soul. Later we shall come back to the reasons why this book
    • progress on it, so what remains is the spirit looking back after
    • Now imagine a spirit looking back upon physical
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: IV. Laws of Nature, Evolution of Consciousness and Repeated Earth Lives.
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    • from which it turns back to rise again. This goal is the shaping, the
    • been embodied and has started back. The Divinity manifests itself as
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Festival: A Token of the Victory of the Sun
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    • “Nature! — we are surrounded and embraced by her; we cannot draw back
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    • dating no further back than about a hundred years or so. Although,
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of the Sun-Spirit as the Spirit of the Earth
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    • been completed, the same Spirit by Whom Moses had been held back, did
    • soul was kept back in the spiritual life when the other human souls
    • Why was it that the festival of Christ's birth was set back thirteen
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    • background, but all the dogmatic definitions handed down to us as
    • Mysteries. And we have to go very far back into the past to discover
    • revealed because of some kind of hankering to go back to what was once
    • But we have to go very far back — to about three thousand years
    • back into her shrine by the same priest." (— This was actually the
    • — until the Goddess, tired of her sojourn among mortals, is led back
    • transposition of time. Luciferic transposition of time goes backward;
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    • The truth is that between sleeping and waking we look back, feel back,
    • metamorphosis leading back directly to the wisdom of the shepherds.
    • turns from the Mystery of Golgotha, back to the world's beginning. The
    • comprehension of the Mystery of Golgotha was diverted back again to
    • step backward into the old Jahve religion. Those who see fit to
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    • minds are carried back to the earthly origin of the human being, to
    • fact. Men looked back through birth and through conception, up into
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of Christ Within Us
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    • St. Luke leads back to the earth's beginning.
    • boy was kept back, when, in the age of Lemuria, man came to the earth;
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 1: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • know this? What use would it be for our soul to come back over and
    • not the same as our music to-day. We thus go back to a time in Europe
    • God of music. This figure of Apollo dates back, however, to that great
    • back. His incarnation in the fourth epoch was such, that although he
    • He obtained permission from them to take Eurydice back with him. But
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 2: The Law of Karma with Respect to the Details of Life
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    • activity. Those feelings were pushed into the background. The time,
    • can be compressed for a while but it springs back with all the more
    • one can place it, we can then reckon back; and it will be found that
    • in life, so that if we count backwards and forwards from that point of
    • to intervene and heal us. When we look back at those incarnations we
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 3: The Entrance of the Christ-Being into the Evolution of Humanity
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    • If we look back at much of what we have learnt as the years went by,
    • we look back beyond the Atlantean into the Lemurian age, we come to
    • Now if we look back to the pre-Christian time, we must say that when
    • disease and the realisation of death. Man is being led back into the
    • led back again, God had to descend to the physical plane, and on that
    • plane show man how to find the way back to the Kingdoms of Heaven.
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    • we trace back the ancestry of Jesus, we must find one ancestor who
    • Thus the old Jewish secret doctrine looks back to an ancestor of
    • must say that we look back to ancient times, when man ascended to the
    • which must flow back to us again. That is why this is the only
    • will give back the Gospels to mankind! This coincidence will not be
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    • When we go back beyond the founding of Christianity, we find two
    • of unity into a duality, and of the streaming back of the two into
    • develop a dense material form. When we look back not only do we find
    • little understanding of the deep occult background of cometary life.
    • humanity forward as well as those that drive it back. Now the
    • back the Fairy-Land of Shamballa, which through the whole of Kali-Yuga
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    • fruits are his, it will be something upon which man can look back,
    • that! Just as we now look back at a time when our souls were in other
    • times our souls will look back at the present time and exclaim: Hail
    • the human soul. If we go back a few centuries into ancient Greece,
    • Egyptian-Chaldean culture waited, holding back the ego for a later
    • kept back from acquiring the forces so highly evolved in Asia.
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    • as far back as history records; do not let us spoil those traditions
    • movement, and what man possessed in his older vision comes back again
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    • are able to look backward and remember that with all that is
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    • Christ is a Sun Being who can lead us back to the Sun. Now comes what
    • and then proceed farther back from the Moon, you
    • will find the realm that the soul experiences on its backward journey
    • a current objection. I do not wish in the least to come back to the
    • in order to express physical birth? When we go back into the past we
    • reflected in you. Such a stage arises after death when gazing back on
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    • with people, and they cannot be altered. One looks back and unfolds
    • the earth. We look back towards the Sun, and this is the beginning of
    • forces emanating from the Sun system. We journey back from sphere to
    • so that he reflects back the whole of the outer world. The entire
    • illumined, then you ray back the light of the cosmos and then you
    • dissolve. There is a moment when man reflects back the cosmic light.
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    • back on what we have done and we must experience wholly the
    • we experience, point back, for the most part, to what we experienced
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    • draw him back to the earthly world. During the kamaloca period he is
    • had with him on earth. Then, as you know, we live backwards in time.
    • artificially. We must live backwards quietly and reach the
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    • in our souls is recorded in the vastness of space and it works back
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    • reflected the sunlight back. Then the sunlight would not be lost but would
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    • spiritual world. The farther back we go in ancient periods when souls
    • The moment to which we look back as the first occasion on which we
    • initiate consciousness perceives that the farther back we go the
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    • long to go back. I feel the lack of all I had. Longingly in my soul I
    • If we go back in the evolution of mankind, we find that souls
    • back to the deeds of super-sensible beings and certain spirits have
    • If the seer looks back into the lives of such souls before death, he
    • physical body. Looking back, one gains the impression that the
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    • during the first stages after death, an individual looks back in
    • intelligence is so widespread in our time. It leads us back to a
    • boundaries. If we look back into previous embodiments of such people,
    • back the lives of such souls and find the causes for their condition
    • progressive course of evolution back into the progressive stream.
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    • him back in the sphere of the earth for a longer or shorter period.
    • There are many reasons for which human souls are held back in the
    • souls back in the earth sphere. It is important to pay attention to
    • journey he passes through the Mars sphere again and comes back to the
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    • to me. Now I must forego this. I am able to direct my thoughts back
    • gate of death. If we were to go back several thousand of years, we
    • to look back.
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    • form of looking back upon one's own being. One only knows what
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    • totally devoid of human souls and he is forced to look back on his
    • of looking back at the previous earth life. The tableau in the Akasha
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    • clear by tracing it back to its true place in the scheme of things.
    • is a materialist. Thus, by another path, we arrive back at
    • from the leading types I have described, and can be traced back to
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    • outlooks which then work back on the people living at that time.
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    • otherwise these configurations must work back unfavourably upon the
    • it back. The experience a man has of his thoughts is quite similar.
    • fact, works only as a reflecting apparatus, whereby it throws back
    • go back to the activity on which the thought is based, then it is the
    • Hierarchies of the cosmos there is rayed back something that we
    • worlds, give the “man Nietzsche”. And he rays back as the
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    • clear by tracing it back to its true place in the scheme of things.
    • is a materialist. Thus, by another path, we arrive back at
    • from the leading types I have described, and can be traced back to
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    • outlooks which then work back on the people living at that time.
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    • otherwise these configurations must work back unfavourably upon the
    • it back. The experience a man has of his thoughts is quite similar.
    • fact, works only as a reflecting apparatus, whereby it throws back
    • go back to the activity on which the thought is based, then it is the
    • Hierarchies of the cosmos there is rayed back something that we
    • worlds, give the “man Nietzsche”. And he rays back as the
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    • research and the power to look back into earlier ages, it will be
    • back in your life, however, and you will see how perfection and
    • again to the heart and lungs. What flows back into the lungs is
    • of life. However, they do not go back far enough, to the origin of
  • Title: Lecture: What Do We Understand by Illness and Death
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    • back to its original one, we see that we often find a very profound
    • moment of birth; with birth he, as it were, pushes back the maternal
    • forces are thrust back just as the maternal body is at the time of
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    • to spring back it would do so in proportion to the force with which we
    • be driven into the background. But after a time a certain resistance
    • look further back into his life. When he was twenty we find that he
    • will allow this, and he will say, this is as far back as his
    • if a person having arrived at the age of eighty looks back and sees
    • himself be taught before, and looks back in, say, his fortieth year on
    • year. What then, has the man done by looking back at his early life?
    • that this consciousness, which lasts until a new birth, can look back
    • intention to look back at any wrongs which have been done to us, or
    • After death, in looking back over life, we see what we have done wrong
    • speak. Now, if we look back after death we see numerous events of the
    • back, when the opportunities occur, the value we have lost; the will,
    • back the degree of perfection which he has lost and was now to regain.
    • which can look back upon all the time between death and rebirth, sees
    • back at the history of the telescope we see of what tremendous
    • We can look back to a time in the evolution of our earth when there
    • effects may be reflected back upon those entities that have driven
    • which works in such a way that the effect in its turn works back upon
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    • If with the aid of Spiritual Science we go back into human evolution
    • were similarly endowed; and if we were to go back to the old Saturn
    • could not share our heavenly fate. And when we came back to the earth
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Karma in Relation to Disease and Health
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    • material expression has its spiritual background, and for the welfare
    • of humanity this spiritual background has to be sought. Those,
    • more from what happens now to events which lie comparatively far back.
    • over what lies further back can be obtained. Especially is this so in
    • exactly in that critical time between birth and the time back to which
    • of spirit comes. This can only be accounted for when one goes back and
    • man lives the whole of his last life backwards. He goes over all the
    • a person died at the age of seventy. He lives his life back to his
    • organisation can be traced back karmically to egotism in a previous
    • Here we shall have to go back still further. Spiritual Science shows
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: The Curability and Incurability of Diseases in Relation to Karma
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    • opinions in different centuries, and one need not go so very far back
    • back?
    • the disease is the victor?’ Here we have to go back to the
    • during his life in kamaloca the person in question looks back to a
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Natural and Accidental Illness in Relationship to Karma
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    • them back to the life of our conscious perceptions, but those
    • disease being transformed back into a spiritual process. And it is
    • when in certain domains assertions can be driven back upon oneself. In
    • instance, we pursue modern physics back to the moment when Galileo was
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Forces of Nature, Volcanic Eruptions, Earthquakes and Epidemics in Relation to Karma
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    • the organ is taken from us so that we may find our way back into the
    • back into the spiritual world.
    • We can now go back to an earlier epoch. If on the one side we perceive
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    • the end of yesterday's lecture, we must to-day once more look back
    • invariably prove helpful to him and lead him back to the right path.
    • that may be traced back to a cause in the rational soul of a preceding
    • ‘This can be traced back to a good deed you did in an earlier
    • not only look back to our former incarnations; we must also look
    • traced back to earlier transgressions. There is an instance that has
    • What happened in that case? If we go back to the previous life we find
    • life, and that it cannot always be traced back to an earlier
    • may go back to an epoch of the Egyptian evolution, and there we find
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    • iridescent feathers of bluish tints? This is to be traced back to
    • Let us, therefore, look back upon a remote epoch of human evolution
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    • justifiable only when it is backed by the consciousness that can coin
    • the soul holds back in a certain way and is more independent of
    • that chemistry traces these different materials back to certain
    • temporary limitations of matter, and that one could trace back the
    • Light cannot be traced back to anything else in our material
    • done in this domain must finally be traced back to love; and this can
    • another, perhaps, only to overcome depression, this can be traced back
    • back to some connection with Spiritual Science, which have been
    • the balance inclining first to one side and then swinging back to the
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    • touched upon these questions from other aspects. If we look back at
    • any event in history, back, for instance, to the Persian wars, it will
    • schools went over to the East and brought back to the Greeks those
    • Eastern civilisation — if they had not beaten back the Persians
    • was purified by the driving back of the Asiatics.
    • When we look back we see how one civilisation after another arises,
    • we look back to the first civilisation of the Post-Atlantean age, and
    • driven back to the southern Peninsula, and then the Zarathustran view
    • into Greece, and we see the Greeks beat back that which is Eastern on
    • If we glance back at the earlier civilisations, we see that ever since
    • look back reflectively upon their work, marks a particular stage in
    • Moon-development? They must also try to look back upon their work when
    • which is always swinging backwards and forwards between good and evil,
    • Today we may indeed look back upon many disappointments of Lucifer,
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    • you will think back to the dramatic scenes we have had before us
    • they come back into physical existence.
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    • then as an earth being come back again into the physical body, living
    • its laws, and it must ever and again be able to step back over the
    • snatch away and hold back as much of this thinking as possible, and
    • carry off from the sense world. Whereas Ahriman wants to hold back
    • that a person takes back into the sense world what he has
    • been hurtled back and forth by these waves of emotion. A soul that
    • against a wall and thrown back from it, flying against another wall,
    • thrown back again, flying back and forth like this in turbulent
    • happens. It is not pleasant to be thrown back and forth like a rubber
    • this being thrown back and forth; it dulls its consciousness so that
    • being thrown back and forth. Lucifer can then come all the closer,
    • deal particularly with what is experienced in passing back and forth
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    • it would be thrown back again into the sense world. The elemental
    • back into the sense world.
    • consciousness of a human being on earth must go back and forth
    • consciousness, when returning over the threshold, were to take back
    • suppose that a person were to go back into the physical world keeping
    • for the time being. As soon as the etheric body sinks back into the
    • to move freely, can come back over the threshold in the wrong way,
    • comes back into the sense world. If I may put it more plainly, one
    • consciousness, passing back and forth from one world to the other,
    • becomes inner firmness; we can call it an elementary backbone. Both
    • one can transform oneself, and an elementary backbone so that one can
    • lotus flowers and elemental backbone. By practicing certain methods
    • it is also possible to awaken the lotus flowers and backbone without
    • backbone, we will see the luciferic powers coming towards us with the
    • backbone. If we have risen into the spiritual world without the
    • to the elementary backbone. When all the petals are fastened to the
    • backbone, the human being is tied up in himself, fettered within
    • himself through his strongly developed lotus flowers and backbone.
    • fastened onto the elementary backbone, fettering a person within
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    • any of this to me, kindly go back into the physical world and with
    • ideas, mental images in the soul that point back to an earlier life
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    • Capesius was thus driven back and forth by doubt;
    • “Well, I must get back to the kitchen. We're having potato
    • The further you go back into the past, you
    • back at ancient Hebrew — in this regard the Hebrew language is
    • speak out their inner, essential meaning. The further you go back in
    • You see how writing works back on the spoken language:
    • it generally does work back on it. If you look at how things have
    • spoken word belongs to the community, we would try to trace it back
    • this is his task. He wants to hold thinking back from flowing into
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    • like an external world which we look back on, saying, “All that
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    • Johannes Thomasius. Looking back to the Portal, we find him,
    • relationship between the ordinary and the other self; he wavers back
    • looks back to one's own youth as to something alien. We have to
    • looking back at one's younger self as though at someone else
    • Spirit of his Youth, goes back to the same fact. Of course, Lucifer
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    • backs on very many ingredients of modern culture. For this we need
    • who has made his soul clairvoyant, he must go back and forth across
    • prejudices that are held back and limited in the external world
    • Guardian but has been thrown back because of his nibbling at the
    • human being is most apt and most willing to shrink back from:
    • will think back over the last three or four weeks — or better
    • coming back to the sense world, he must also have the ability to do
    • for example, that this looking back on one's own destiny after death
    • looking back on the etheric body and on the destinies we have brought
    • lost is brought back to us again. In the way it gathers together, it
    • consciousness from oblivion and be given back to us; with this we can
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    • Let us take a definite case. In this connection we look back to the old
    • On looking back to the time of Moses, we see how something had been
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    • different realm of observation which will later bring us back again
    • now go back to the starting point we chose yesterday. Jahve or
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    • by the fact that the Romans trace their history back to Romulus, who
    • themselves back to robbers, and the women to a rape! Many things in
    • birth, and for a long time Europe could do no more than look back to
    • whole political and judicial background of the word civilization, then
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    • background, it is a fight against them. If it is all confused
    • The fourth post-Atlantean age extends both backwards and forwards from
    • an age the backward beings cannot work strongly. As yet, we are only
    • back, and it came to work in our fifth post-Atlantean age as luciferic
    • spread the influence that would lead the fifth post-Atlantean age back
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    • and when the victim was laid upon it, he was bent strongly back. This
    • the urge that, in its one-sided cultivation, would drive back each man
    • examine the Society, we find that, in looking back over the twice
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    • or less in the same way. When one looks back, one imagines that one
    • In earlier ages man had other faculties. When we go back in historical
    • back to its primitive constitution, in this way meeting the difficulty
    • the new age from human consciousness and leads man back to earlier
    • spiritual world that leads back into it, and that also can make men
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    • earth evolution and repeatedly make the greatest efforts to hold back
    • inexplicably, they turned back toward Asia without advancing further
    • Mongols were the victors, they turned back to Asia. But, in a sense,
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    • We must go back to that age in which the impulses for the fifth
    • post-Atlantean epoch were first laid down in germ, back before the
    • luciferic-ahrimanic powers when one goes back into the time when the
    • will no more than indicate the historical background since nowadays
    • evolution back, leading the souls to become estranged from the earth
    • the Last Supper. They beheld as well the deep background of this
    • In circle form the Line drew back its length,
    • gold flow through the fairy tale, he is looking back into earlier
    • tale, he shows how he looks back into the time in which wisdom —
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    • follows. But when one traces things back to their causes in the
    • greatly. This influence goes back to Locke. How much has directly come
    • draw this line here and bring the sun back again, the point does not
    • about when the earth turns back again toward the other side. The first
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    • gave to it the character which it bears today?” If we go back to
    • for the present — all goes back to a far-distant past. People
    • usually do not know how far it goes back, e.g., in the case of
    • the elementary school, that that goes back to the time of ancient
    • spiritual life, then we can go back, mounting the path to certain
    • back to those Mysteries of the East to which I am now referring, we
    • If we go back to the ages before the Mysteries to which I am now
    • stream had another origin, which also lies far back in the evolution
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    • we travel back through the periods of human evolution prior to the
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    • Looking back over the evolution of our earth we find, preceding our
    • modern materialistic civilization, the Greco-Latin, which goes back to
    • as thought reduced to abstraction, goes back to the Mysteries of the
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    • silver covering at the back which turns the transparent glass into a
    • mirror. When we look into ourselves, many things are mirrored back to
    • Trying to look back on our life through this mirroring process (for
    • looking back on our life, on what our inner soul reflects, is a
    • only a part of our experiences. When you try to look back on your
    • subject to interruptions. You look back on what the day has brought
    • you; but you do not look back on what the preceding night has brought
    • you. The experiences of the night are an interruption. You look back
    • on yesterday, you do not look back on the night before yesterday, and
    • to think that we survey our entire life when looking back upon it; we
    • human being of today looks back on life and, as has just been
    • explained, attains his Ego through this looking back, this Ego of
    • of these atavistic-clairvoyant visions, and when we look back on the
    • backs up this Jesuit? A Jesuit does not merely represent his personal
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    • apparently possible to trace back to Kant the somewhat scanty
    • back to the aims and intentions of the old spiritual life, causing it
    • back to that German spirituality pointed out in my essay, but that in
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    • call back to mind; we have no memory of the experiences in this new
    • them backwards. What is the effect of this exercise of following the
    • tune or melody backwards, or by following the action of a drama from
    • the fifth Act back to the first. It may at first only be possible to
    • kind of picture, passing backwards from the evening to the morning.
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    • perfect human form back to less perfect ones, farther and farther back
    • yet many who were so infected — cast their inner gaze back to
    • People used to look back at a time when there were not so-called
    • been a cosmic one; and they said, in effect: Look back to olden times
    • the man, as it were, for we see the higher things with the back of our
    • look back to an older world view from the abstract thoughts that
    • thought of as lying far back in the pre-human times; but then, man
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    • and to which we can remember back in this earth life, there occurred
    • in which the human being may find the way back to spirit, which after
    • way back to spirit must be achieved by means of the strength that can
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    • brought back to him the whole work of preparing the tissue when awake,
    • oneself back to conditions such as I have described as prevailing
    • back to the teaching of these higher spiritual beings. That wisdom,
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    • beings, of the plants, so to speak, are received back into the earth.
    • to look back affectionately on all that we have been privileged to
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    • school, and in this way bring back into your life something which
    • and thereby transports herself back into the position in which she
    • To transpose oneself back to the very gesture, to the
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    • the soul back into former experiences; thinking leads the soul, as I
    • The question now arises just as memory points back to
    • life that points us still further back? Can we look back to that
    • house. Qualities are mentioned which can be traced back in heredity
    • For this we must go back to something which has occupied
    • which goes back to the regulations of the ancient Mysteries, which
    • made to drive back into his inner nature all the forces which human
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    • himself if he goes back actively over his youth. I told you how he
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    • The backward-raying Forces of the Metals,
    • radiating back of the metals returning in all directions from the
    • that these back-raying forces are active in that sphere of human life
    • described work the backward-raying forces of the metals. While the
    • reflected back. It is these forces which really raise the child up.
    • backward-raying forces of the metals and the power to observe the
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    • enables him to look back on that which has happened to the earth.
    • It is particularly interesting to look back to what
    • Lemurian epoch; to look back also to the period of time which
    • is interesting to look back on all these events, for we thereby
    • undergone tremendous changes. If we go back to the times I have just
    • indicated, to the Lemurian age and a little further back we find
    • go still further back we have to observe something else. Today, we
    • metallic elements of the earth back into those ancient times we feel
    • at another these limbs were drawn back into the body. In short,
    • Thus if starting from today we could wander back through
    • planets, and came back again in the Atlantean epoch. This went on
    • When we travel back into those earlier times we find
    • the further we go back the more fleeting and volatile are the
    • We then go further back
    • back from the present time to an earlier condition. There this
    • Thus gradually, if we follow what is physical backwards
    • to actual fact we get back to the spiritual origin of everything
    • earth takes us back to that condition where the metals were cosmic
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    • is continually referred back along an inner path to the ancient
    • back into a time six or seven centuries or even earlier before the
    • of the John Gospel. We are referred back to the primal beginning of
    • Gospel. Urged by this painfully sacred impulse, let us look back from
    • Even today, if we look back on that night of misfortune,
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    • possess extraordinarily repelling forces, forces which push one back.
    • back, and in the space between the statue and the sun the priest
    • After the priest had stepped back and the pupil was left
    • annihilated. And the soul swung backwards and forwards between one
    • After he had experienced this he was led back through
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    • backward s into the time which immediately preceded the descent to
    • that lifts up the heart, that illumines the mind, when he looks back
    • historically into the ancient world of the East, when he looks back
    • the age of freedom. Today we look back over these things, we gaze
    • back on the Hibernian Mysteries I would say, with a truly deepened
    • repelling way. It is as if one were held back by some force, as if
    • approach them, we can conquer that which beats us back, a desire to
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    • When we look back into those times we find a far-reaching spiritual
    • present lead as the corpse of lead. He had to go back to the times
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    • Aristotle continually drew them back to these; and this you can
    • begin with Copernicus or Galileo, because when they go back beyond
    • back into the earliest times; but it is no reality that they
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    • If we look back at the course of human evolution, we may
    • those epochs of which I am now speaking further back still, towards
    • should not be considered great — if one looks back to that from
    • back to those times in which the mantric word was uttered into the
    • the following, and one has to go back to these ancient times if one
    • background the idea that Mercury in the Middle Ages was something
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    • them to indicate what they were. But if we look back spiritually into
    • If we look back into those alchemical laboratories of
    • humming melody, and into harmonies which then drew back again into
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    • organism can bring back power into thinking. It restores to thinking
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    • today, from empirical research. We need go back only to the age
    • to look back with a supercilious eye upon what went before.
    • tracing back the stream of heredity. We begin with the
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    • after the necessary natural scientific background had been acquired
    • not necessarily point back to any objective causes —
    • first formed by this very radiation, on its backward course. To
    • and then streams back again by an indirect path, so that a
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    • withdraws more into the background, which is expressed in the
    • reflected back from the head system, and only this reflection
    • think of the workings of the kidneys as being radiated back
    • back from the head system. The physical system proper and the
    • natural scientific knowledge we cannot go back to older
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    • being to hold back the ego organization above and to prevent
    • fact that the astral forces are being held back. By studying
    • astral is held back above, and as a result the entire
    • ego activity is held back above.
    • the metabolism lapses back into itself. In this condition of
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    • these sentences basically point back to an ancient knowledge from
    • the first period of childhood were held back due to some process;
    • period of life points in this way back to earliest childhood, this
    • indicates ultimately that what reveals itself in childhood points back
    • back to the soul-spiritual existence of the human being before he was
    • back the growth activity, is what actually organizes us inwardly. The
    • back to the bodily condition.
    • interesting phenomena. One need not look back very far — perhaps
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    • Then when we look back at the human being, we can see how,
    • in the human being. If the human being inappropriately holds back this
    • them back in the right way; they thus reach the periphery of the body
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    • step back in some way. If the soul-spiritual element kicks up some
    • brings back the soul activity, returning the condition to normal.
    • then stand in the background when one wishes to explain a remarkable
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    • to-day, from empirical research. We need go back only to the age
    • need to look back upon what went before with a supercilious eye.
    • we are tracing back the stream of heredity. We go to the forefathers,
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    • not necessarily point back to any objective causes — people
    • backward course. To begin with, the gaseous organisation radiates
    • his organs with soul and then streams back again by an indirect path,
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    • background, and the whole process is expressed in the male sex by the
    • are, as it were, reflected back from the head system and the
    • must think of the workings of the kidneys as being radiated back from
    • workings of the system of liver and gall also are radiated back from
    • back to older conceptions. A series of investigations should be made
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    • processes, but turns back to the system of nerves and senses with
    • being made in the upper man to hold back the Ego-organisation above
    • being held back. In such cases the astral nature is being checked,
    • of it: the astral is held back above, and as a result the metabolism
    • to the fact that the Ego-organisation is held back above.
    • The contact fails and the metabolism lapses back into itself. In this
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    • back to two fundamental elements of human life. Capacities belong to
    • proved. Look back to the period before the thirteenth and fourteenth
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    • back to his childhood and remembers: “My teacher told me such
    • I was impressed by his words. Now, looking back, I find that his
    • development we can look back in our thirty-fifth year at the lessons
    • world will be born. Coming generations will look back to our times as
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    • has given place to another. Let us go back to a time before the end
    • fashion works back on the individual will. I explained in the second
    • the free life of the spirit is reflected back from the economic life.
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    • back to this root, in order to gain a clear understanding of it by
    • threefold human life element in these lectures leads us back to these
    • not separate, but unites men, because it can be traced back to the
    • content of the things of the present, we must go back to a perception
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    • After all, we need not go very far back in history to see how much
    • lies in the background a country which is, as it were, virgin economic
    • contrasts. But we might also go still farther back and include the
    • This is a fact of immense significance. Think back for a moment to
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    • as it were in the background. Human Labour approaches Nature: what
    • factors in Economics. Here Labour stands in the background, and before
    • Labour in the background and in the front of it the spiritual, which
    • the value. We must go back to that which creates the value: here alone
    • thing is to go back to the primary factors, back to that which, if
    • definitions of Value and Price. We must always go back to the real
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    • Go back a little way in the history of mankind. As I pointed out in
    • individual human being and what we now call law. Go back into very
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    • and then buys another suit back again for himself, he will have made a
    • than this. To pour back again into the economic process what has been
    • Money is the Spirit realised. But the concrete quality comes back into
    • hands a nonentity. He will have to give it back again after a time
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    • through Nature, back again into Labour, and will begin the cycle once
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    • week. He can go back to work again in a week. In all seriousness you
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    • the farmer must in every case keep back, from the totality of
    • from another farmer, in reality he is still keeping it back. The
    • of economic life; and they are inclined to have at the back of their
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    • in the economic process somewhere behind his back, or behind the back
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    • urged on the War. In France you always have in the background those
    • industrialism — going back, that is to say, to the last decades
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    • To understand it more exactly, let us turn back to the most primitive
    • out. Wherever you trace the matter back in history, you will see that
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    • Let us look back once more. When private economies join into a
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    • not be allowed to be dammed back into purchase-money, so as to disturb
    • an Association which will bring the valueless money back again into
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    • regulated backward and forward movement, so in industry bodily work
    • the spiritual has a very fertile power, which in its turn works back
    • created by our living in a most elaborated culture hark back, in a
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    • at. For in this way we give back to money the only quality which it
    • whatsoever kind — eventually takes us back to Nature. There is no
    • ultimately his work goes back to Nature. His Labour will contain an
    • of spiritual services, eventually goes back to Nature — to Labour
    • traced back in the long run to bodily work upon Nature. The process
    • Go back to the hypothetical case I took yesterday — the closed
    • you will no longer be content merely to trace it back to the immediate
    • costs of production; you will have to trace it back to the primal
    • this respect you do not have to go back to anything vague or
    • indefinite, For you can always follow things back to the fundamental
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    • us look tack a little into the past. We could go back very much
    • which could be traced back to the very most ancient wisdom teaching,
    • taking our thoughts back, even if only for a brief while, to the
    • again for man to look back into those earlier epochs of his
    • has to tell enables us to look back and behold how, it was for man,
    • us look back once more to the initiate of olden times. How did he
    • importance for man to look back and call up once again in memory the
    • aback when you find that as soon as the anthroposophical movement
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    • great-great ... grandfather of yours, way back in the 15th century,
    • course, our own. Look back into earlier times and conditions upon
    • spiritual life. A feeling for the need to get back to a spiritual
    • one. Moreover it is this that guides us — far away back you
    • at birth; it can be farther back in time). We do not fashion then the
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    • back at what has been left lying in bed. Your ego and astral body
    • look back with the heart-eye upon your physical and etheric bodies.
    • in your astral body, rays back to you from your ether-body; you
    • not have it; and if you could bring the experience back into life —
    • so is your inclination to good or to evil. If you could bring back
    • moment when the cosmic experience sounds back, shines back, to
    • relationship between Jupiter and Venus is raying back to you
    • comes back from your forehead, while a second, that comes from the
    • reflection of the experience when he looks back on his own physical
    • back upon thoughts and feelings and impulses of will that he has
    • the experiences he undergoes there shine back to him, in a kind of
    • were it not for the presence of another force that draws him back. On
    • forces hold him back within the world of the Zodiac and bring him
    • accordingly the Moon that brings us back every night, — drawing
    • back once again into our physical body.
    • you know, the memory that looks back over the last Earth life. The
    • star experiences thrown back from the part of us we left lying in bed
    • experience after death. And the Moon cannot now bring you back, for
    • it could only bring you back to your ether-body, and that has
    • Moon, on the other hand, leads man back to the animal aspect of his
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    • in the various lunar phenomena) that bring man back again in the
    • morning — or whenever he wakes up — bring him back into
    • way back to Earth, passing — now with more, now again with
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    • themselves: “I will not go back to the spiritual world;
    • this all too easily when he is asleep, and then he brings it back
    • times it was different. Let us look back and see how things were for
    • we are turned back; for if we men of modern times are to find our way
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    • is thereby enabled to look back on the whole course of his past
    • as fast as we did on Earth. We live them through again in backward
    • again in backward order, our Karma is ever more convincingly brought
    • then we undergo in all reality this backward recapitulation of our
    • we have thus retraced our actions all the way backward until birth,
    • judgment of ourselves we are no longer merely looking backward now,
    • through again in backward sequence. And when at last you have
    • backward recapitulation of his recent Earth-life. A few days ago I
    • comes back to Earth, to work once more in a physical body. So he goes
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    • us look back a little into the past. We could go back very much
    • which could be traced back to the very most ancient wisdom teaching,
    • taking our thoughts back, even if only for a brief while, to the
    • again for man to look back into those earlier epochs of his
    • has to tell enables us to look back and behold how, it was for man,
    • us look back once more to the initiate of olden times. How did he
    • importance for man to look back and call up once again in memory the
    • aback when you find that as soon as the anthroposophical movement
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    • great-great ... grandfather of yours, way back in the 15th century,
    • course, our own. Look back into earlier times and conditions upon
    • spiritual life. A feeling for the need to get back to a spiritual
    • one. Moreover it is this that guides us — far away back you
    • at birth; it can be farther back in time). We do not fashion then the
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    • back at what has been left lying in bed. Your ego and astral body
    • look back with the heart-eye upon your physical and etheric bodies.
    • in your astral body, rays back to you from your ether-body; you
    • not have it; and if you could bring the experience back into life —
    • so is your inclination to good or to evil. If you could bring back
    • moment when the cosmic experience sounds back, shines back, to
    • relationship between Jupiter and Venus is raying back to you
    • comes back from your forehead, while a second, that comes from the
    • reflection of the experience when he looks back on his own physical
    • back upon thoughts and feelings and impulses of will that he has
    • the experiences he undergoes there shine back to him, in a kind of
    • were it not for the presence of another force that draws him back. On
    • forces hold him back within the world of the Zodiac and bring him
    • accordingly the Moon that brings us back every night, — drawing
    • back once again into our physical body.
    • you know, the memory that looks back over the last Earth life. The
    • star experiences thrown back from the part of us we left lying in bed
    • experience after death. And the Moon cannot now bring you back, for
    • it could only bring you back to your ether-body, and that has
    • Moon, on the other hand, leads man back to the animal aspect of his
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    • in the various lunar phenomena) that bring man back again in the
    • morning — or whenever he wakes up — bring him back into
    • way back to Earth, passing — now with more, now again with
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    • themselves: “I will not go back to the spiritual world;
    • this all too easily when he is asleep, and then he brings it back
    • times it was different. Let us look back and see how things were for
    • we are turned back; for if we men of modern times are to find our way
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    • is thereby enabled to look back on the whole course of his past
    • as fast as we did on Earth. We live them through again in backward
    • again in backward order, our Karma is ever more convincingly brought
    • then we undergo in all reality this backward recapitulation of our
    • we have thus retraced our actions all the way backward until birth,
    • judgment of ourselves we are no longer merely looking backward now,
    • through again in backward sequence. And when at last you have
    • backward recapitulation of his recent Earth-life. A few days ago I
    • comes back to Earth, to work once more in a physical body. So he goes
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    • and from your reading. To begin with, we must go back to earlier
    • periods in the evolution of humanity. We have often looked back to
    • Then, going further back, we come upon still earlier periods that
    • does not, indeed, reach very far back — one can fall quite
    • very much clearer. When we survey this, therefore, we look back to an
    • through these different earthly periods. They looked back to an
    • knowledge has always looked back to that time when human beings were
    • Golden Age or Krita Yuga. We must look back to a time preceding the
    • Looking far back into human evolution, we see that there
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    • that we are able to look back to a remote past when the countenance
    • incarnations if we now take a small glance backward, with the help of
    • however. We may look back to a remote period in human evolution and
    • would have to go back to a very remote past, it is true, if we wished
    • back we go, the more we find this form of clairvoyance.
    • You will remember that, in tracing our way back through
    • the one we designate as the ancient Persian; still further back, we
    • which only the clairvoyant eye can look back. The period that
    • further back than this, we find the great Atlantean catastrophe that
    • America on the other. We might go still further back, in which case
    • possessed different faculties. If we were able to look back, we
    • would find, if you could look back, that you yourselves at that time
    • that looked back into these conditions has always been able to
    • We must go back as far as the Atlantean time if we wish
    • back as one can go with the help of the printing press (and how much
    • that existed in some remote back street and was led by a certain
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    • particularly. With the earlier periods we come back to old Atlantis.
    • an advance. When we go back beyond the age of Abraham and beyond Kali
    • however. We must go a long way back if we wish to find something
    • light of the sun from that sunlight reflected back to us by the moon.
    • can have this sunlight directly during the day or sent back from the
    • We are going along the path that will lead human beings back again
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    • of his own self. In the future, he will win back the clairvoyance he
    • back into materialism as people do today. One will not be immediately
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    • material substances that have remained backward; they have not taken
    • position here. The feminine form is untrue in its backwardness, the
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture X: Individual Spirit Beings and the Undivided Foundation of the World: Part 1
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    • prevented from jumping into a river and was carried back to the house
    • back to her unlawful lover, this demon is indeed much shrewder in its
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    • is encountered in the world as experience one wishes to lead back to
    • conception, in which everything is led back to the undivided, divine,
    • lead us back to quite different regions where other individualities
    • work in an invisible way among human beings, and man is held back
    • one can go back in time, and various influences,
    • when we refer back to what was called the Lemurian time, what has
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    • back again and again into the plant and mineral realms, because the
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    • down into the ground, and reflected back by it. It is this light
    • arising back from the earth which is used by the nation-spirit with
    • East he works through the light. The light that streams back from the
    • upon the head. And what here works back, comes from the rest of the
    • thrown back by it, working on the head. Or the nation-spirit works as
    • East to approach man, although this light shines back from the earth;
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    • generally realised that we have only to go back a comparatively short
    • back. Blue-violet, on the other hand, you want to run after! It runs
    • and that what we have rather to do is to put back the man into the
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    • Rosicrucian School. This time the astral body was drawn right back
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    • kind of shrinking back before this knowledge. Let me give you an
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    • belief concerning the Fall really goes back ultimately to this idea;
    • also a Demon. When we go back to the twelfth or thirteenth century,
    • back from Goethe to the mediaeval Faust and listen to this mediaeval
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    • far back, the whole manner of thinking was nevertheless entirely
    • of which I speak, a tradition goes right back in history, back
    • Spirit-being of Man, they learned to look back into Atlantean times
    • this too was referred back to processes in the external world.
    • other way. And it is really interesting to find, when we go back to
    • gone from bad to worse. But if you go back to Aristotle, you find
    • that, with him, Forms really lead back to the experience I described,
    • good, look back and take note of him. For to continue not heeding him
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    • there were plants or stones, the astral light reflected back to him
    • go. Thence it rays back again. Thus it remains, so to speak, with the
    • brought back to them in a spiritually real language what had first
    • states of consciousness its ideas came back in the form I explained
    • the Gods may translate it into their language and give it back again
    • Indian epoch. Today I shall only go back to the ancient Persian
    • 1840's, and how man today, as he looks back, can find his true
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    • guiding sign, its gaze sent outwards, never drawn back into himself;
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    • there were plants or stones, the astral light reflected back to him
    • go. Thence it rays back again. Thus it remains, so to speak, with the
    • worlds — brought back to them in a spiritually real language
    • of consciousness its ideas came back in the form I explained here
    • may translate it into their language and give it back again to
    • To-day I shall only go back to the ancient Persian epoch. All Nature:
    • forth once more to-day, man, looking back to this abyss, can relate
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    • in a position to look back on their earlier earthly lives.
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    • background of the world in which we live and in which we wish to take
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    • their way back, in the right way, through death into spiritual life.
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    • waking up, and yet at this very moment there is a shrinking back, a
    • complete change. When we look far, far back into the past of
    • and also of our present sun. Spiritual research can look back to the
    • and traced it then back to its source.
    • traveled to that island and brought a host of beings back to his own
    • giants will soon be coming back into my kingdom. You must help me
    • upwards, saying, “Your arrow came back, but mine will go up so
    • high that it never comes back!” Sure enough, the lark did not
    • back to fairy tales. Certainly there is not a single age or stage of
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    • blow!” And having hung the slate on his back he went his way.
    • someone passing who had something written on his back, he sent his
    • giants were overcome by cunning. Now make a plunge back through the
    • The king took her back to his home, the wedding was celebrated, and
    • we are transported back and see our surroundings as we did in ancient
    • see ourselves intimately connected with such wise rulers at the back
    • should come forth out of the spiritual reality that lies in back of
    • explain fairy tales correctly, we must always go back to their
    • backwards and forwards, armed with his sword, he saw something eating
    • he went back to his brothers, after he had first unbound the sun and
    • unknown power. He went back and asked his wife's father how and where
    • imprisons me here as his wife will at once bring me back on his magic
    • fish begged him, “Take me and throw me back into the water; you
    • turned into the three horses, and so he brought the horses back to
    • them, there were his three horses again, which he brought back to the
    • she came back there were the three horses! The old woman was now
    • back. When evening came the little foal said; “Now you can
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    • leads us back into pre-Christian times. It leads us to the festivals
    • is acquainted with the Mysteries! He gazes back into the ancient
    • looks backward through the course of Time — back to the Mystery
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    • Thus we look back upon an ancient time when they spoke of a Moon-birth
    • must become able to look back again through the eyes, and to hear back
    • by looking back to the ancient Mysteries, where the human being was
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    • To understand what this really means we must look back to the event
    • raying back again from the Moon is needed. And by this process of
    • has gone to Basle and come back again, is conscious of the reality of
    • Thus we look back to ancient times when the descent of man
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    • instinctively as in ancient time, we shall be led back again into that
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    • happened and threw the girl back into prison. The Dalai-Lama,
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    • are many earthly lives. Just as human souls now remember back to
    • which then worked back upon the brain, he could be made extremely
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    • the world-outlook of spiritual science is to be traced back,
    • weighed, compared, traced back to their origins in an external way. —
    • is, will have receded more into the background. Man's
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    • back, in survey, over the evolution of mankind, we see that the epochs
    • century; and we might in this way go still further back. I have often
    • age reaches back no further than the Romans, at which time the ideas
    • shows a comprehension for something reaching back to the Roman period.
    • during the first epoch, that of ancient India. If we go back to the
    • us travel backward in time and imagine ourselves with the soul constitution
    • back through the succession of generations to a distant ancestor, we
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    • his physical body; whereupon soul and spirit must find their way back
    • as to how a soul fares after death: how it can find its way back into
    • to find its way back to the spiritual world.
    • to understand how the soul, deprived of its body, finds its way back
    • to find meaningful costumes, you must go back to more ancient times.
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    • something lies in the background, something in the foreground; their
    • we confront a green precious stone, we transport our eye back into ages
    • we look back into an infinitely distant past. For (to repeat for emphasis)
    • we look back into distant time-perspectives. Thus it is quite impossible
    • a topaz, say, we look back into time-perspective; look back upon the
    • a drawing back; if with red or yellow, we should feel an approach, a
    • it needs when it gazes back into the body; nor, as in the case of sculpture,
    • and drama man must find his way back to the spiritual.
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    • have science, art and religion separated, yet can look back into the time
    • most clearly if we go back four or five thousand years to poetry during
    • elements not contained in prose; to a background which, in every true
    • a way that the spiritual background, the spiritual worlds, may be divined;
    • ourselves back into those ancient times when the celestial, the poetic
    • in a spiritual fashion. Thus can the artistic be brought back to what
    • manner, the soul gave back to the gods, in the rising smoke to which
    • if in sacrifice and art he gives back what the gods gave him —
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    • concealed or non-radiant, that which holds back its being, refusing to
    • before an altar, his back toward us. The painter had given himself the
    • back. My friend remarked that he would much rather see a front view.
    • proceeded in an exterior way we might be reminded of a certain hunchback
    • the church door, the hunchback asked the priest: You said the idea of
    • For a hunchback you have a very good shape.
    • would find our way back to the spiritual-artistic. Exhibitions must
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    • as it were, in the wheel of life as one passes from the dead back to
    • life as does abstract, idealistic-empirical cognition, it gives us back
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    • we live in an age when we must find our way back to the true nature
    • acquainted with anthroposophical literature know that we can go back
    • find our way back to the spiritual, to presenting dramatic figures in
    • dry symbolism or allegory — find our way back to the spiritual.
    • point. How do we behave on a stage today? Standing in the background
    • to left, from back to front, or vice versa; must feel the impossibility
    • actor should say the first words far back, then gradually advance, making
    • for which I do not care too much) we must find the way back to presentation
    • parent. If it finds its way back to its origins and is again accepted
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    • not need to go back to these original characters, but you can invent
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    • of the nose were sufficiently large and extended backwards then you
    • observe how a dog smells; the olfactory nerve is extended backwards
    • that passes backwards into the head, into the skull.
    • nose, we should have to draw it going backwards. In man only a little
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    • can come back to in later years and make use of to arouse certain
    • fifteenth years, to come back to it again in some way or other. Just
    • of things in the story which you can come back to later. The violet
    • other. Later on then you can come back to this. The chief feature of
    • with a much older pupil you can go back to this simple child's story;
    • demonstrated in the most wonderful way if you come back to this story
    • through his early years, for you can come back to these pictures
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    • — V. You will soon see that if you keep back your thumb you can
    • evidence, for the spiritual qualities of the head always lead back to
    • his whole body. The head is the traveller that sits back restfully
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    • column, spreads out again, becomes permeated with carbon, goes back
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    • life. Then through your teaching reality will be carried back into
    • and then let it come back again; we are then told what happens to
    • this watch if it goes out at the speed of light and comes back again.
    • whizzed away at this speed, then comes back again; I should like to
    • very weak ones into a special class for the more backward children.
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    • Any medical subject under discussion today has, as its background,
    • lies in the nature of man. Thus we may also find the way back to what
    • picture; a world in the background whose laws, in themselves
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    • order, when the time has come, to lead the whole process back to
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    • bring back into our organism what has thus been removed. If we replace
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    • a few more, perhaps some more people will put their backs into it and
    • part of the body is organised, those functions are pushed backwards.
    • sphere of man, are pushed back into the upper, and we have to observe
    • simply abdominal processes pushed back. And this reversal of processes
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    • hopes, completely masking the danger in the background.
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    • and to refer back to the proper causes, which lie in the whole process
    • course there are drawbacks in such an attitude. But it may well be
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    • be traced back to the imprint of these higher bodies in the realm of
    • combustion held back. If you picture to yourself the further
    • it is a combustion that is held back. Compare the process of
    • you taste is something that is held back on the way to salification.
    • and radiates back into the interior in thought. In thinking we try to
    • apply to the upper part of man what tends to keep back or to
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    • I would urgently suggest that you make a thorough effort to trace back
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    • heart, are held back before being dammed up in the heart.
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    • substance, we may see retarded as it were, held back at an earlier
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    • radiance from something which hits back, advancing as it were in
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    • To find the way back to a right and sound understanding of the world
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    • So in going back to the rhythmic activity and its disturbance we must
    • back to the spiritual causes, we shall not reach the solution of the
    • were, dammed back, and become the fundamental forces of memory. So
    • extra-human nature. If you keep these origins in the background of
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    • continually kept back. And we might say that there is a tendency to
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    • become aware of another process directed inwards and backwards, and
    • accustoming the patient to practise walking backwards, as a form of
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    • less possible the further one goes back into the years of childhood.
    • people like this! Something holds him back, he does not reach the
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    • true rhythm. To educate backward children is to intervene in karma.
    • the right orientation, and then lead back from these to the real
    • and willing, and trace our way back until we can “behold”
    • we must look back once again at the life of soul of the child. We
    • surrounding ether, and throw them back into our consciousness. This
    • go back to what takes place in the brain and the nerves-and-senses
    • let us go back to our milk jug. We cannot accuse the milk of having a
    • backward children we have to do with an imperfectly developed etheric
    • body of the child. And now you will be rather taken aback, for we
    • applied, as in the education of backward children, within the given
    • experience a resistance, he will be pushed back. It may very well be
    • conscious of the fact: in educating backward children we are
    • give treatment to a backward child, we are intervening in karma.
    • of backward children is mere talk and leads to nothing, obviously
    • backward children it is a matter of deep intervention in karmic
    • give it if we are to deal in the right way with backward children.
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    • of affairs. Instead of an organ whose surface holds back within the
    • it were, keep back sufficient for its own use. Here the astrality,
    • fast the astral body and ego organisation — bring them back, as
    • hold back the pain. This happens with great intensity. He makes
    • restless, struggling movements, because he is trying to hold back the
    • period during which the backward review after death takes place, when
    • have to develop our work on the background of present-day conditions!
    • Lauenstein Home for backward children. In view of the government
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    • organisation of the lower system, keep streaming back again into the
    • weak; consequently, the impression does not sink down, but rays back
    • watch!” The impression keeps coming back. In the education of
    • back” of impressions will go on happening with greater and
    • control; it keeps pushing certain ideas back into consciousness,
    • before, the urge to push everything back; but, on the contrary, in
    • these impressions back, in drawing them out again from the sulphurous
    • that do not come back to him, we should bring before him repeatedly,
    • spark and hit him smack on the back! The boy was, you see, at one and
    • child are not giving back the impressions; that is to say, the
    • already begin to show a tendency to fixed ideas. The raying back of
    • special classes for backward children, they continue in their own
    • whom the impressions stream back. These children are poor in sulphur,
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    • control the limb system. Reference to the backward child whom
    • three years. The boy was all this time backward in his development
    • back; so we have in this boy the symptom of narrow-headedness, a sign
    • part (at the back) expresses strong permeation by the will. The
    • come via sense-perception, whereas the back part of the head
    • arms and legs; the brain enlarges and spreads out at the back of the
    • Here, on the other hand (at the back) substance begins to be
    • back of the head is, as regards substance, of cosmic origin. Here (in
    • probability this points back to a purely mechanical injury, either at
    • home for backward children in Arlesheim, Switzerland.] all
    • lead back into what belongs to the intellect. We shall accordingly
    • it that needs our support, our backing, as it were? The nervous
    • teaching of backward children, the importance of the need cannot be
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    • backwards. This was done by my advice. At the same time that he was
    • you see, he is backward in the development of his whole physical
    • be noticeable. Taken altogether, the boy is backward. In the first
    • retardation, the causes of which lie right back in the embryonic
    • background. In this one fact opportunity is given us to acquire an
    • this way, first forwards and then backwards, they help to regulate
    • so far as to push back the astral organisation; the point had not
    • the walls of the organs were beginning to hold back the astral
    • to hold back the principle of imitation and to allow more play to the
    • driven back again. You can well imagine how all the symptoms follow
    • they all equally hold back the astral body. Hence the slight tendency
    • try to tone it all down, try to push back the stream of interest.
    • long ago during embryonic development would then be changed back
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    • back to the embryo condition; and you will find infantilism in all
    • extent and in less pronounced form, in a vast number of backward
    • temples) and how it goes apart here (towards the back of the
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    • occasion. Set-backs can always occur, and these are misjudged by
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    • reluctance to go back into the house to fetch a new film —
    • invaluable aid it can be to the educator of backward children if he
    • education of backward children is going to take up all one's time;
    • Phenomena such as these have far-back antecedents; obviously they
    • that statements made about backward children from the ordinary lay
    • real educators, and especially educators of backward children, that
    • backward children up to the beginning of her sixteenth year, and can
    • convulsions and the whole general condition must go back to some
    • case of a poor astral body, that has its seat mainly in the back of
    • of the most intense interest, on the back of the boy's head, which
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    • receive same treatment as previous boy of this type. Fidgety backward
    • sentences forwards and backwards. Also curative speech Eurythmy and
    • fidgety. A sleepy, backward little boy, who has not learned to speak
    • backwards. (For this particular case, I purposely say “woget”
    • forwards and backwards. Wherever possible, the same method should
    • we get him to intone A (ah), then E (eh), I (ee); and then backwards,
    • starting-back, a flinching from the world as from something he cannot
    • therefore again a background of Libra. I am not saying that it must
    • feelings in the background may have ample opportunity to find
    • in Jena.] was the first to undertake the education of backward
    • Educational Homes for backward children which were started in Hanover
    • fact, the first step in this direction dates much farther back. But
    • the nature of the defects in backward children. And this is what we
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    • Earth consciousness; the true I can be seen only by looking back into
    • you have the intention of undertaking work with backward children.
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    • know it through our memory, which reaches back as far as a
    • shadowy quality of these memories ceases. We go back into our
    • first we have learnt to look back with the intense
    • back into a condition of balance the unbalanced processes of
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    • are we to drive the Ego back again to the place it has left
    • true, send back the Ego into the central nerves-and-senses
    • thrust back, hemmed in, and conscious self-possession sets in
    • Summer. If we could look back upon our physical and etheric
    • know how to drive back the system of nerves and senses when it
    • remedy for this disease? We must go back to earlier conditions
    • stem back the etheric forces. We try to do this with a
    • effect of driving back the etheric forces in the metabolism.
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    • memory, which reaches back as far as a certain point in our
    • memories ceases. We go back into our own actual earth-life; we
    • nature. For if at first we have learnt to look back with the
    • back into a condition of balance the unbalanced processes of
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    • nerves-and-senses? How are we to drive the Ego back again to
    • only silicic acid, we should, it is true, send back the Ego
    • thrust back, hemmed in, and conscious self-possession sets in
    • of Spring and Summer. If we could look back upon our physical
    • back the system of nerves-and-senses when it is beginning to be
    • back to earlier conditions of Earth development and search for
    • giving something which will stem back the etheric forces. We
    • rind-formation have the effect of driving back the etheric
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    • recognised cures to-day. And we have to get back to this. We can do so
    • Ego cannot drive back those organic processes which are worked upon by
    • One can look back upon the evolution of humanity, that is to say upon
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    • recognised cures to-day. And we have to get back to this. We can do so
    • Ego cannot drive back those organic processes which are worked upon by
    • One can look back upon the evolution of humanity, that is to say upon
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    • kind of amazement, when, answering back, from a blank
    • of life. For the thing goes back in retrospect to what I
    • so-and-so-much one might keep back as labourer. All this was
    • on, it goes back into circulation in the community, as I have
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    • back to far-distant periods of human evolution, all these
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    • go back in time to the most ancient Lemurian Age, we find the
    • say, as we can of other human beings, that we trace it back
    • then trace it farther back and find it again in another
    • in tracing the soul of such a being back through the course
    • post-Atlantean, post-Noah humanity traces its ancestry back
    • Semites back to him as its ancestor. A genuinely occult
    • memories should extend back to those who had listened to the
    • preserved itself within which one personality is linked back
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    • first look backwards into the past and then allow the future
    • farther back, we find other catastrophes. The volcanos that
    • we find increasingly more developed as we go back in human
    • back up to the spiritual world from which, as it were, they
    • them, and lead them back into the spiritual world. Mankind
    • power of Christ will lead them back to the Father.
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    • back at the modest beginnings of our anthroposophical life at
    • the time when the Christ descended to earth. Let us look back
    • this place will flow back to all people involved and coalesce
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    • increasing number of people. Today let us look back into the
    • back to the Old Testament and ask ourselves whom the ancient
    • back one more time to the prophecies of ancient cultures. All
    • of them, back to the very distant past of the post-Atlantean
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    • back to the large numbers of great personalities who were
    • appearances so that humanity could find its way back into the
    • became possible for human beings to find the way back into
    • This brotherhood goes back to the time when, as is reported,
    • our trials and after we can look back upon the experiences of
    • wisdom of the world by looking back at it in the light of
    • death, is tolled back into a new life by the Easter bells.
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    • fountainhead, a force that I can take back to earth when I
    • take this step back into the far-distant past. Inside of
    • individual, if properly applied, to find the way back to the
    • this epoch the soul had said: “I will turn back because
    • spiritual forces that could lead it back to the ancient gods.
    • maya. Turn your steps back into the world in which you were
    • going back; Zarathustra, in his incarnation as Zarastra,
    • the soul would find God by going back; Zarathustra said it
    • difference whether one goes back to Alpha or forward to
    • or backward. However, the individual who is concerned that
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    • him, we have to go back in human evolution and examine the
    • an understanding through listening and through looking back
    • back into the past to all the spiritual individualities of
    • whom I want to speak to you, all the way back to the ancient
    • Indian culture. If we went further back in human evolution to
    • the fine script of the Akasha Chronicle looks back into the
    • world and to find the way back to it.
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    • whether they go back only to a certain point — as the Old
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    • particular region. If we go back three or four or five thousand years
    • for the present. If we go back into older periods of human evolution
    • logically interrelated concepts. The farther we go back, the more do
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    • everywhere, and he lived in an inner struggle to get himself back into
    • Mystery of Golgotha only if we can look back on what had once occurred
    • condition and the answer is 300 years. Then we can calculate backwards
    • students, who had to sit at the back. They were all waiting — as
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    • coming fro Wotan, is the Sun-force reflected back by Mercury.”
    • within the Moon-being, not in the light that the Moon radiates back as
    • back from the Cosmos, but in the inner being of this Moon-existence
    • back with wonder and awe, even if we only discover them externally as
    • again radiated back from the Earth into cosmic space — this was
    • from Wotan, is the Sun-force reflected back by Mercury, radiating
    • something altogether living if we would look back on the way the Druid
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    • preserved in their memories as the background of their visit. These
    • communicating something behind the back of the spiritual beings, which
    • back with spiritual vision even but a' few centuries to olden times,
    • looks back at the man who stayed behind, he finds that, in general,
    • is my wife? What has become of her?” He can only look back at the
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    • The forces by means of which we look back later at our former
    • purpose of enabling him to look back into earlier earth-lives. But at
    • building up the larynx; some were kept back. The development of
    • acquire the power of looking back into earlier earth-lives by holding
    • back in the same way certain forces otherwise used in forming the
    • which enable him to look back into his former earth-lives. But besides
    • back into the life spent between our last death and our last birth.
    • able to look back at that portion of the spiritual worlds in which we
    • earth; and when we turn back to that time, the impression We get is
    • peculiar to itself. For instance, a soul may live back into the second
    • of course with a somewhat different feeling, one looks back as a
    • developed for the purpose of looking back into former lives. I want
    • organs of speech, and which, if kept back, enable him to see into his
    • back into one's own and other people's past lives, yet they lead to
    • back at his earlier earth-lives by developing the speech-forces only;
    • were he to look back karmically at his former lives by developing the
    • really a very complicated matter. We see, therefore, that looking back
    • natural morality, can look back with a measure of certainty into the
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    • sunlight was rayed back from the Moon.” And when the gaze was
    • to the light flowing back from the Moon; it must be related to the
    • Sun, we live with the stars. And when we direct our gaze back upon the
    • we see gleam back from the Earth as though mirrored, what we take up
    • same nature. Only it is a reflection, a raying-back force, whereas we
    • cosmos now draws back into the interior of the Earth again. Human
    • now allow to flow back into the earthly realm, into that earthly
    • of Michael, who, while the Earth's breath is flowing back into the
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    • fancy that everything must be led back to a unity; thereby everything,
    • whether the unity is a spiritual or a material one, is led back to the
    • knowledge of substance was led back to the trinity of the salty, the
    • And it is different again when we look back into still earlier times
    • through free, exact clairvoyance.... Yet people want to go back to the
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    • festivals. Today I should like to go back to very ancient times and
    • race. And the farther back we go into ancient cultures, the less do we
    • certain boundary... then it vibrates back again to Earth, to be
    • forth comes back to them etherically (yellow), for the time
    • configuration of the animal kingdom, streams back to the Earth on the
    • to what came back to them. For through their dances, their singing,
    • came back again — of course not as rain, but as something which
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    • again from man.” He notices how he is directed back to himself;
    • If you look back once more to what was in the depths of winter the
    • draw back from Earth's darkness.” But this they did not say.
    • For what is it that holds man back today from spirit-knowledge? —
    • Man is referred back to himself. What must now awaken when Nature
    • dead product toward which we look back, so must this thought
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    • an answer and we are thrown back entirely upon our own resources —
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    • similar in form, Lucifer and Ahriman spring back from one another, and
    • and backward orientation, looking before and behind. Instead of
    • thoughts to the front and back of the human form. From this aspect
    • them. In connection, however, with the forward and backward direction
    • From left to right fly arrows of thought, from front to back arrows of
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    • way back to it. If one is asleep in the ordinary way, one finds the
    • way back quite easily. But when one has undergone an experience such
    • as I have described, it is difficult to find the way back. You must
    • bring to us. And then we come back into the physical body — that is
    • That is to say, he came back into his body. There you have the
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    • Led back in triumph to his native
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    • weather-beaten I come backe; my hand,
    • then we make a pause, a kind of caesura, we hold back; then,
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    • words, but held back, and arrested midway along this path: it is
    • strikes up into the brain and flows back again, descends through
    • held back so that what should terminate in representation does not
    • to an act, would become an external deed, is held back; and just
    • representation to volition. But the will element is held back where
    • outer world. Just this outward movement is held back and, instead
    • streams outward, and hold the impulse back, keeping it under
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    • experience can definitely be traced back to musical experience. But
    • led back to this inner rhythmic treatment of metre and tempo.
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    • long journey back where we began.
    • find his way back to Hellenism. He believed himself, as he felt at
    • poetry than he could ever have been had he not gone back to the
    • entire man. Looking back, we see how in the Nibelungenlied
    • backward rears its head and huffs its glance
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    • can. The poet draws back from such rhetoric, to a much more
    • wall to hurl back, like an echo, what derives from the laws of a
    • in the background of the rhetorical speech, a quality that must
    • to refer back to himself what he feels vibrant in the world around
    • He back
    • gazing back upon the Skies,
    • the Skies exhales it back again.
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    • spoken back to a sort of religious perception. Thereby religion is
    • word back to syllable-formation. In the quantities, metres and
    • back to the region that he
    • words, back to quantity, metre and the weight of the syllables.
    • goes back from the prosaic or literal to the musical or plastic.
    • back to the first half of the nineteenth century, an age when the
    • back, fall even to death’s repose.
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    • Slowly the sounds came back again,
    • back to an interplay, exalted and interfused with super-sensible
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    • do in terminal rhyme and organization in stanzas. If we go back to
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture I: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • back to our main purpose.
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    • organization. We must go back to the ancient Lemurian time, into the
    • incarnated for the first time in earthly bodies; back to the event
    • existence to itself, it cannot do otherwise than turn back to the
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    • looking back to men who had lived in the third century before Christ,
    • back over the unedifying disputes concerning the being and
    • record, we are taken back to the spiritual writing as it is given out
    • epoch of humanity is beginning, to lead the Gospels back to their
    • task is to go back to the true meaning of Christianity, concerning
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    • have before us a kind of backward review, like a great tableau, of
    • back farther than the sixth or seventh century before our era, though
    • utterances of Homer reach back into the period preceding the fourth
    • of his works have been lost, points back to the drama of the
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    • the dead. Then the disciples went back to their homes.
    • point. The other is that, interwoven with matters which carry us back
    • the disciples went back to their homes.’ Let us ask: Of what
    • trace them all back to the first Adam, from whom they are all descended
    • can be traced back to Adam, so it is possible for us to cause
    • different beings. Just as the natural lines lead back to Adam, so it
    • rose from the grave, just as all men can trace lines back to the
    • the physical body is not lost, but is given back to humanity through
    • highly was given back to them with the Resurrection by Paul the Jew,
    • must go back to the Phantom.
    • If we look back to
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    • traced his Ego back to his ancestor in the flesh, to Abraham. The Ego
    • the thoughts, are thrown back by the sheath of the physical body.
    • occult investigations, which reach back through reading the Akashic
    • from him through the Luciferic influence can be given back to him
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    • to understand him we must go back to the ancient Lemurian time in
    • physical incarnations on the Earth, something was held back. A
    • Form now flows onward, but that something was held back: an Ego that
    • Ego, which was, as it were, held back ‘in reserve’, was
    • intimates this again by tracing the sequence of generations back
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    • backward as far as we like, with no end to it in either direction. It
    • back in the centuries towards the institution of the Holy Communion,
    • back at our time, they will feel it to be particularly tragic that
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    • designed to give back to man his real physical force-body, the
    • Earth-evolution, and for the giving back of it a series of events on
    • be followed further back to a time when the Christ-Event was not yet
    • years from now, this Bodhisattva, looking back on all that has
    • happened in the new epoch, and looking back on the Christ-Impulse and
    • what you are you have to thank Him who has brought back to you your
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    • We have often looked back to the times preceding the great Atlantean
    • further back, to the Lemurian epoch, when the souls of men incarnated
    • back over the course taken by human evolution.
    • should fall back in our progress to exactly the same extent to which
    • error, to re-achieve the steps that thrust us back.
    • Once again let us look back. We have said that suffering and pain, nay
    • isolated, thrust back into himself as though a wall were between
    • would have been thrown back into himself, nor could he have found any
    • this physical life, and ever and again bring these fruits back from
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    • his former state of dependence man had looked back into the bosom of
    • studying Ahriman one is therefore led back to an original influence of
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    • When the geologist takes us back to a certain age in the earth's
    • back into the stages of Eagle, of Lion, of Bull, but he must do so as
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    • If we go back to the middle of the Lemurian epoch and survey man's
    • If we now go back once again to the beginning of the Fifth Root Race,
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    • in the background when it was a question of serious education. The
    • their origin back to it. Such faiths as will no longer recognize
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    • back to the earliest of those past ages which we feel to survive as a
    • accordance with a definite law; held it back and breathed it out
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    • looks back to Greece. The first thing to remember is the following:
    • so the delight of those who look back with inner satisfaction on what
    • prejudices, we go back to early civilization, we find, at the
    • aspect. And what of the inner aspect? Let us now look back once again
    • it back.
    • with inner satisfaction and assent it looks back upon that which we
    • look back on us and say, “Yes!”
    • fourteenth years all those things to which it can look back in later
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    • move; they associate themselves. And now we look back upon
    • imparting an understanding in the soul of how to bring back all that
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    • to a strong will if, when he walks, he places the back of his foot,
    • year. If we can thus get back the spirit that is no more a mere
    • fingers, then we have again come back to the human being and we can
    • cavity of the mouth at the back, the way in which the upward-flowing
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    • breathing process. We receive oxygen from the cosmos, and give back
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    • simply hold them back, restrain them. We ourselves may sit still, but
    • cannot come to terms with the outer world and seems to draw back from
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    • We must go far, far back in the earth's history, to the most ancient
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    • back to someone who represents your father; he stretches his arm back
    • generations running backwards from the twentieth century brings him
    • back leads into the epoch of the birth of Christ. In a large room it
    • stretching an arm backwards to each other. Space is, as it were,
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    • it is as though they were sending back waves of the sea along the
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    • develops from out of a vital principle passes back into
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    • lectures, we may perhaps just in this sphere look back with a
    • spiritual life of the cultural world of today. Looking back on
    • surface?” And so with heart and mind we are led back to
    • today. And if we go back still further, according to the views
    • a fact that has simply not been noticed. If we go very far back
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    • is at this point of time that one must look back on a person's
    • reasons, it was all held back, dammed up, as it were, within
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    • strongly on the back part of the foot, on the heel, and another
    • others you will see that they are more inclined to hold back,
    • stamps his foot. He believes that it can all be traced back to
    • traced back to external sounds, external event. It is the
    • have today were not always there. Let us look back to those
    • this, but with the child we must go back to it again. We must
    • history of ancient peoples and fall back on the forms which
    • cases of children who had either remained backward or whose
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    • gestures right back to the first 2½ years. What is
    • structure. Thus when I trace back to their original forms all
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    • development of the physical body, this precocity is pushed back
    • for a short time, because they are mentally backward and
    • back on punishment but set about putting these things right in
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    • background. He has almost as much to do with them as with the
    • back to your own childhood; realise what it means, particularly
    • back to reality it will become apparent that there is no accord
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    • back the child's colour; for, should we do so, the following
    • fall back on. If this is the case it may easily happen that his
    • burden he gets his colour back again. But the teacher must
    • easily; but when after a few days I come back to what he
    • haste so I waited until he returned. He came back after a while
    • me have it back. For you see, if a play is sent off before the
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    • made to go back again in this respect. Musicians have sensed
    • At man's back, just where the shoulder blades meet and from
    • to history to appear only as a background, if you paint the
    • so it goes on until you come right back to the time when Peter
    • goes away and only brings 7 back, how many has he lost? Here
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    • receded into the background, although something of him still
    • Now try to look back on the whole life of the Middle Ages.
    • rhetorical, is pushed into the background. Just as the
    • rhetorical had pushed back gymnastic training, so now there is
    • a further step, the rhetorical is pushed back and there is a
    • university which had a professor of eloquence. If we go back to
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    • need only look back into those ancient times in the evolution
    • entered coming from very different backgrounds and belonging to
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    • you transport the child right back into earlier civilizations,
    • sound and letter-shapes — if we want to go so far back
    • am now going to say something unusual, we must go back to the
    • lower individual upward. Just think back for a moment a little
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    • just think back a little on what I brought to your notice in
    • with them; we should only draw back in response to the shade of
    • back to imitations of external things; vowels, on the other
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    • colours to a coloured background from those you apply to a
    • to say to us, if he desires to speak to us from his background,
    • the children were to be taken back again to Münich and
    • from the calculating machine. This principle of forcing back
    • significant. The further back you go into olden times the less
    • nature and we are taking the products of nature back into the
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    • on the board and then go back to their places. The right
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    • this in the background, without having to moralize or give
    • like beaver, bear, etc., portrayed the back of the animal, the
    • is historically the fact: if you go back to the most ancient
    • refresh the child's memory a little to bring back to him what
    • some of it back and that becomes this sign (Fig. 2).” You
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    • to come back years later in a positive way to what was
    • them, and come back to something similar every year. Even in
    • addition in the first school year; you come back to addition in
    • are tormented to prove that there are people who can call back
    • to mind easily, and people who can call back to mind only with
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    • have to fall back on many a simple device where the average
    • background when we are describing anything in nature. That is
    • back as this moment, but no further. If you notice how normally
    • able to address the child from a quite different background of
    • suggestion, we have to go back to Schiller's Letters on
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    • form an image upon the back wall of the eye, etc. You must
    • is this: always to be able to transport yourself back into
    • back by rejoicing as intensely in this new fact as the child
    • it is the soul and spirit which must transport itself back into
    • and a second wire from this back to the first. That could be
    • the child, in which we can always transport ourselves back
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    • native tongue) and German back again into Latin. Much more
    • the long summer holidays, you get the children back in school,
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    • = fish, etc. — at least we lead man back again to the
    • wrench him away from it. The further back we go into the
    • back to the will-element. For this reason we must notice
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    • moment retires only too much into the background; in fact, a
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    • But on thinking back only a little way and taking the
    • morning, you have them back again in the afternoon and try to
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    • you were to look back at
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    • “You see, when you and I look back on our thoughts during
    • — shall often look back. This Waldorf School weighs very
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    • it back again into the body. Thus we transplant the rhythm of
    • work upon there, carrying the results of this work back again on the
    • here; and that, in carrying it over, he can receive and bring back
    • will only be in the background. What we have to learn will be concrete
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    • I want to place this first before you as an idea (we shall come back
    • who reflects back the pre-natal, thus producing the images of mental
    • reflect back the pre-natal reality and hold the after death reality in
    • remain in the spiritual world (and here we come back to what was said
    • everything spiritual so that we radiate back the spiritual, pre-natal
    • Now what is it that you ray back in antipathy. You ray back the whole
    • from pre-natal times, only you have the force in you to ray it back.
    • antipathy which rays back in an indefinite manner, and the definite
    • raying back, the raying back of the activity of perception in memory,
    • you fling them back and in this way make them present. That is their
    • a mental picture, reflected this back in the memory, and held fast the
    • point the child back to his pre-natal existence, and you will harm him
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    • laws of the universe as a background to all he undertakes in his
    • to-day in the background of all teaching — with younger children
    • by the science of to-day. But modern science will come back to it
    • little way to one side, then you go a little way backwards, then you
    • come back to your place again. You are describing unawares in space a
    • But since your backbone is in a vertical position, you are in the
    • plane, his backbone lies otherwise, i.e. horizontally; thus these
    • movements are not carried out. Because man's backbone is vertical, he
    • dies, and it is only reflected back in the geometrical images which
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    • She falls into the water, but she is saved and brought back to her
    • what was at the back of this whole incident? The will of the lady.
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    • antipathy, thinking. But the sympathy of willing also works back into
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    • backward children,” you would be very far from understanding the
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    • forward and backward, we hold ourselves in balance so that we do not
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    • about logic must be kept in the background. For logic is, of course,
    • spirited manner. He said that even as far back as the 1890's, if you
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    • back; but towards the front it passes over into the soul element. The
    • back, soul towards the front. Thus it is only in that we have our head
    • front. At the back the whole is enclosed; in front an attempt only is
    • ray these outer movements back into the breast, and make them into
    • musical arts are within. A reflecting back of the world from within
    • evolved immediately from the higher animals, and, further back again,
    • back to the lower animals. Our breast was not joined to the head until
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    • sensible reality, but hold it back in the super-sensible. The trunk and
    • though it may sound, when you sit down and press your back against the
    • back of the chair, you live with your ego in the force which is
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    • back on itself. So does the spirit and soul gush over in man. The
    • through him unhindered, but he retards and keeps them back. Man causes
    • soul is dammed up there it splashes back like water meeting a weir. It
    • Mississippi brings sand, and this matter sprays back right inside the
    • one over the other. And in this beating back of the material element
    • is still permeated with life, collapses and is driven back, as I
    • are the nerves. Here spirit and soul can play back into man. Spirit
    • how it is checked, how it splashes back, how it kills matter. We see
    • thrown back upon itself. In spiritual work the activity of the body is
    • we must swing back again to a kind of movement which is permeated with
    • leads man back again to the animal.
    • socially, he must work back upon mankind as a whole to prevent the
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    • that they are held back by man's nature more strongly than any. When
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    • soul. It withdraws, starts back from the thing affecting it. E (EH)
    • behind my back). But even if I do not see what I do I experience the
    • and soul if we look back to this older way and see, for example, how
    • believe I wish to lead men back again to the Yoga philosophy. Not at
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    • not understand it at all. Now it comes back. And now, in the light of
    • more than 35 years ago. Not until a few years back, in my book
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    • years old who was exceedingly backward in his development. Up to that
    • boys is held back. Girls overtake the boys in growth. When the boys
    • count in another way. And this we find when we go back a little in
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    • leans back in his chair when something has been done which is
    • what is in him by overcoming obstacles, he will come back to us, after
    • back upon the characteristics of the child which I described.
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    • Europe after the end of the war. After that, they fell back on the
    • as soon as he had turned his back, and give him a bang. The teacher
    • interest. He fondled him, led him back to his place, gave no sign of
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    • the custom of keeping back a child a second year in the same class so
    • upper classes whom the authorities think should have been kept back.
    • sense in this keeping of children back. For, suppose we keep back a
    • The special class (Hilfsklasse) is only for the most backward children
    • weak, or backward children of all the other classes. We have not had
    • benches. The backward children, those who have a feebleness of mind,
    • backwoods' sect; whereas it is merely that everything must have
    • at the back (Tr: a gutteral R).
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    • was back once again at the Waldorf School for the purpose of directing
    • beginning. Man is an answer that takes us back to the beginning. And
    • When I look back over these nine lectures, I find much to criticise,
    • everywhere? If we look back to earlier ages of human history we shall
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    • may be characterized as a reversed, a from front-to-back reversed piece
    • organization turned around. Picture to yourself the back of the human
    • to yourself as the back of the human head, including the auricular parts
    • Thus our larynx performs backwards, in eurythmy, in the form of forces,
    • that which has already been relayed forth and back again. Thus we have to
    • towards the angelic. But when one strives to turn back from the logical
    • this dove-tailing of a forwards- and a backwards-orientated system,
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    • In eurythmy we bring back what attended the vowels and consonants
    • horizontal. Now we go back and, if you had the right forward at first,
    • now, as you go lower, you must take the right to the back, and now to
    • the front, now a bit back again, and then somewhat deeper. Now I don't
    • try to do the whole exercise without bringing the arms back (to the rest
    • The arms quite high up, and back to the starting position, now a bit
    • lower, back again, a little lower, now horizontal, back again, now below,
    • back again, and again below; that is the principle of it. And now do
    • Now please do the “O”-movement: quite high up and back (to
    • the rest position; the ed.) and now somewhat lower, back again, lower
    • further back and now again from above to below; then the “E”
    • it down, you must move (the crossing) further back, so far that you
    • split the shoulder seam at the back. Now this is the exercise that will
    • make an “A” horizontally, back, make an “A”
    • somewhat lowered, back, an “A” very deep, back, then to the
    • you change the angle, to the back.
    • it backwards, now taking the right hand back, and “M” with
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    • front or from the back, if I may use this manner of expression in respect
    • as I presented it the day before yesterday is a reflecting back from
    • leaving the vibrations of the R in the background and bringing the
    • from the other side, to take it back into oneself. And that is the protest
    • in the human back, those that ordinary physiology mistakenly call the
    • is that the nerve-strands on the human back continually form an E. In
    • an ex-tent accumulated. In developing eurythmy we turn and go back again.
    • to bring the will back into the whole evolution of mankind again. If
    • completely lost; if one wishes to bring this pictorial element back into
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    • activity — movement such as we have just made work back on the
    • metabolic activity as it works back upon the entire human organism. In
    • With this movement one can also have the patient move backwards in the
    • the other leg — forth and back. One can also do the peewit step
    • backwards and then with the other leg forwards again. This technique
    • of doing the peewit step backwards is something which one should really
    • releases a movement in the etheric body which proceeds from back to
    • from back to front and that is the element in the R-movement which affects
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    • and backwards accompanying this movement simultaneously with the movement
    • for R. (Miss Wolfram) Bend forwards, bend backwards with the R; that
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    • to consonants, but he holds back. The situation is alive with tension:
    • tends to call forth around himself a sort of aura which works back on
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    • from below upwards and rounding-off at the top, but from front to back
    • as well and from the back forwards, from above to below, rounding-off
    • a fact that particularly the back of the head, the lungs, the liver
    • feeling to think back on these days here, which it was your desire to
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    • through curative eurythmy is thrown back into the organism, and one
    • is active from the front backwards. How will the lower teeth be formed?
    • In the teeth of the lower jaw the plastic activity works from the back
    • from front to back; thus, the back surfaces are shaped and the front
    • surfaces are deposited. The lower teeth are built up from back to front.
    • There is a great deal to be done in order to give back to a healthy
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    • imitates the external object through the way in which he holds back
    • human limb system which are held back, and do not come to full
    • These movements are held back and become concentrated in the organs of
    • At the back of the models there is always an indication of what the
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    • it back again. Man gives carbon dioxide out and kills everything; the
    • plant keeps back the carbon, releases the oxygen and brings everything
    • the plant, gentlemen, is a magician. It holds the carbon back inside
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    • in carbon dioxide, keeping a part of it back. So now we have that
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    • recollection or impression back into his familiar state of
    • by the sleep, but he also brings back art from those worlds. When a
    • flows back to it again, so do its shadows, the tones, the harmonies.
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    • us imagine ourselves back in a distant age, the Lemurian age.
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    • element. The further we go back into prehistoric times, the more
    • system he draws back into the stream of breathing when he sings
    • composes songs takes everything back into breathing, and therefore
    • of spiritual beings. Where he looks back at Saturn, Sun, Moon, Aries,
    • shaped for earthly conditions. When man takes speech back into song,
    • takes a step back, he brings the earthly affairs surrounding him to a
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    • the airborne tone back into the inner being of man in such a way that
    • back into our inner being. The ear is a reflecting apparatus for the
    • that in human evolution all musical experience first leads back to
    • the ancient Atlantean time — unless we wish to go back further,
    • could go back into the Atlantean age, you would find that the music
    • transition to the experience of the third actually can be traced back
    • then outside himself; his soul swings back and forth between
    • really strives to lead man back to what he lost in primeval times. In
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    • teachers in school what they need as background for their
    • prime, second and third — by backward movements and in the case
    • perceiving itself, would have to look back upon itself; this, then,
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    • evolution. Going back into the distant past of human evolution, to
    • man, as it were; how the cosmos penetrates man; how, when we go back
    • back into a still earlier time, an age of human earthly evolution
    • reaching back into the dimmest primeval past, which can be brought
    • lamentation. We thus can look back upon an epoch of the earth
    • with the air of the science of the spirit, one looks back at the
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    • [a phrase meaning back and forth – e.Ed],
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    • history deals. History, after all, goes no farther back than the Third
    • is shed upon the real background of these things when I tell you of
    • taken aback by what happens there from day to day. But the important
    • Later on, when we look back over events, it will assuredly seem
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    • ancestors. It may be necessary to go back through long, long ages in
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    • ask ourselves: What was the historical background and the source of
    • shepherds, we are led back, in deciphering the Akashic Chronicle, to
    • of the Akashic Chronicle who traces back into previous ages the
    • we are living in an intermediate period. We look back to a past when
    • powers of clairvoyance. Then, when he became Buddha and looked back
    • us to-day to look back to what happened six hundred years before our
    • Gospel of St. Luke, unless we follow evolution backwards from the
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    • for the last time in India. He could look back upon his participation
    • said to himself: Looking back into ancient times, it is revealed
    • brings it back again into his next incarnation. While he is in
    • back again into the cosmos from the soul itself. Men who were able to
    • possession. This power now lives in humanity and streams back into
    • the cosmos as the rays of the sun are reflected back in the moon's
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    • can be traced back through various epochs to the primeval humanity of
    • ancient Atlantis. Atlantean humanity in turn leads back to that of
    • When we look back in
    • question we must go back to the time before the Luciferic influence
    • leadership of humanity held back a portion of the etheric body. This
    • means that certain of the forces of the etheric body were kept back
    • blood-relationship reaching back to ‘Adam’ was necessary.
    • Hence for Joseph he shows a lineage reaching back to Adam who issued
    • ‘son of God’. The sequence of generations is traced back
    • to be traced back to ancient Lemuria. This Being alone was strong
    • blood-kinship, is to be traced back to Adam — to the times when,
    • whose lineage the one who best understood it could trace back to the
    • ancestor of humanity, back to the young soul of humanity during the
    • ‘Mary’. The Bethlehem couple traced back its origin to the
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    • it were to fetch back from Egypt the forces of his etheric body. A
    • child comparatively backward — if account had been taken only of
    • to find him among the company of travellers they turned back again
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    • a more backward stage than those living farther to the East, had to
    • development of the other, adjacent, stream is as it were held back.
    • divine-spiritual Beings in the background.
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    • Earth from outside. If we think back to the pre-Christian period of
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    • farther back we go in that civilization-epoch, the more evidence is
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    • they will give it back to you again, for sinners also do that. If you
    • know that it will come back to you, your action has not been prompted
    • not come back to you, then you have acted out of pure love; for that
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    • three-and-a-half days their souls were summoned back again into the
    • back again to the Father-principle which existed before the onset of
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    • applies to anthroposophists, who will find illuminated the background
    • far back as their great-great-grandparents, but much further down the
    • outline some characteristic features. If you look back at the last
    • there. I mention this because it is the background against which I
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    • applies to anthroposophists, who will find illuminated the background
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    • applies to anthroposophists, who will find illuminated the background
    • background which I have given you.
    • ancestral and cultural experiences stretching far back. And today
    • When you look back, therefore, at the beginnings you have, to
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    • applies to anthroposophists, who will find illuminated the background
    • Jewish background. These are two questions we must ponder when we
    • the creation of this yawning chasm. For this we have to look back to
    • If you look back to earlier times, it was self-evident that
    • room in which beer glasses were clinking in the background. And once
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    • applies to anthroposophists, who will find illuminated the background
    • roots stretched back to the ancient Mysteries, and how their words
    • showed that time has to be seen as moving backwards, and I described
    • backward movement is a reality in the spiritual realm, because time
    • something which has to be drawn as turning back on itself (see
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    • applies to anthroposophists, who will find illuminated the background
    • the background of never wanting to achieve more than circumstances
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    • applies to anthroposophists, who will find illuminated the background
    • around 1913 and 1914, and our position today. Let us look back at the
    • field. At first they remained rather in the background. Until 1919 or
    • We need not hold back from advocating anthroposophy before anyone.
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    • applies to anthroposophists, who will find illuminated the background
    • But if the Anthroposophical Society can be traced back to this
    • back to my early writings,
    • Anthroposophy goes back directly to the subject matter which is
    • want to trace anthroposophy back to its roots, it has to be done
    • against a background of illustrations from modern civilization. When
    • might very well sink back into what I might call a latent state for
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    • only look back to ancient Greece. Today a sculptor or painter works
    • derived from the Mysteries. But the way back must be found
    • to-day. Let us look back to that epoch a few thousand years ago, when
    • ancient Chaldeans looked back to the formative period of the world,
    • epoch dating further back still than the epoch of the old Chaldean
    • find our way back to the spiritual through a new creative art imbued
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    • to some extent. If we look back into the not very distant past with
    • looked back to the first six or seven years of their childhood and
    • On looking back there seemed to be very little difference between the
    • consciousness very different from our own, and the further back we
    • back at ourselves as human beings and say: we have insulated within
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    • divested of sensory impressions. Then we can look back upon the Earth
    • look back to Earth again, the Earth no longer acts as a mirror; one
    • nothing is reflected back from the Earth. Everything is
    • leads us back into the world of time. We travel through time; when we
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    • back to the ninth, tenth, eleventh and even to the twelfth and
    • extent as a related whole. If we look back a few centuries we see
    • look back upon your microcosmic self.
    • forms of knowledge which lead back from the Outer to the Inner, from
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Five: The Inner Vitalization of the Soul through the Qualities of the Metallic Nature
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    • or thirty-five; he can only look back to his experiences immediately
    • sensory nerves which run back to the cranial cavity are more
    • that run back to the cranial cavity. This cerebrum that is rolled
    • back upon itself in man is of importance only for the life between
    • back upon our earthly incarnations with our ordinary
    • is determined by karma. We cannot look back without ordinary
    • objectively, we are in a position to look back.
    • back in this abnormal state into earlier incarnations, but not
    • consciously. In order to look back consciously we must first dispense
    • with normal consciousness; when we look back in a pathological
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    • according to the epoch. When we look back to ancient Chaldean times,
    • acquires, first of all, the capacity to look back over his life on
    • on, back to the time of our birth. In retrospect we see a uniform
    • in retrospect. At thirty-seven he will be able to look back into the
    • be able to look back into the period between the ages of seven and
    • fourteen, up to the age of puberty. And then he is able to look back
    • back over the later periods of his life. The period between the ages
    • retrace our steps from the present, the twentieth century, back
    • create for ourselves when we look back consciously and with clear
    • look back consciously on our experiences between the ages of
    • able to look back over the past, for only in the retrospective survey
    • when we are able to look back upon our life up to the forty-ninth
    • year, the mysteries of Mars are revealed. If we can look back upon
    • are revealed when we look back upon the events and happenings between
    • which looks back upon the planetary life from the standpoint of
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    • background.
    • Initiation-knowledge we look back into the past, we find that
    • forties and be able to look back upon the formative forces within us
    • Initiation-knowledge of the age back from the fifteenth to the
    • body, remains more in the background, and other spiritual beings who
    • background. We learn from these figures that they were once united to
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    • of the optic nerve is not to convey the colour sensation backwards to
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    • primordial culture on Earth. When we look back into these
    • Earth incarnation as far back as the Saturn incarnation, whereas all
    • only as far back as to the Moon sphere. Any suggestion that they
    • should look back to still earlier incarnations of the Earth was met
    • to trace back this sphere that had always been accessible to the
    • researches are carried out by men with a scientific background and of
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    • ourselves to trace back that which is seen to be dying at the time of
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    • only look back to ancient Greece. Today a sculptor or painter works
    • derived from the Mysteries. But the way back must be found
    • to-day. Let us look back to that epoch a few thousand years ago, when
    • ancient Chaldeans looked back to the formative period of the world,
    • epoch dating further back still than the epoch of the old Chaldean
    • find our way back to the spiritual through a new creative art imbued
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    • to some extent. If we look back into the not very distant past with
    • looked back to the first six or seven years of their childhood and
    • On looking back there seemed to be very little difference between the
    • consciousness very different from our own, and the further back we
    • back at ourselves as human beings and say: we have insulated within
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    • divested of sensory impressions. Then we can look back upon the Earth
    • look back to Earth again, the Earth no longer acts as a mirror; one
    • nothing is reflected back from the Earth. Everything is
    • leads us back into the world of time. We travel through time; when we
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    • back to the ninth, tenth, eleventh and even to the twelfth and
    • extent as a related whole. If we look back a few centuries we see
    • look back upon your microcosmic self.
    • forms of knowledge which lead back from the Outer to the Inner, from
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Five: The Inner Vitalization of the Soul through the Qualities of the Metallic Nature
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    • or thirty-five; he can only look back to his experiences immediately
    • sensory nerves which run back to the cranial cavity are more
    • that run back to the cranial cavity. This cerebrum that is rolled
    • back upon itself in man is of importance only for the life between
    • back upon our earthly incarnations with our ordinary
    • is determined by karma. We cannot look back without ordinary
    • objectively, we are in a position to look back.
    • back in this abnormal state into earlier incarnations, but not
    • consciously. In order to look back consciously we must first dispense
    • with normal consciousness; when we look back in a pathological
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    • according to the epoch. When we look back to ancient Chaldean times,
    • acquires, first of all, the capacity to look back over his life on
    • on, back to the time of our birth. In retrospect we see a uniform
    • in retrospect. At thirty-seven he will be able to look back into the
    • be able to look back into the period between the ages of seven and
    • fourteen, up to the age of puberty. And then he is able to look back
    • back over the later periods of his life. The period between the ages
    • retrace our steps from the present, the twentieth century, back
    • create for ourselves when we look back consciously and with clear
    • look back consciously on our experiences between the ages of
    • able to look back over the past, for only in the retrospective survey
    • when we are able to look back upon our life up to the forty-ninth
    • year, the mysteries of Mars are revealed. If we can look back upon
    • are revealed when we look back upon the events and happenings between
    • which looks back upon the planetary life from the standpoint of
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    • background.
    • Initiation-knowledge we look back into the past, we find that
    • forties and be able to look back upon the formative forces within us
    • Initiation-knowledge of the age back from the fifteenth to the
    • body, remains more in the background, and other spiritual beings who
    • background. We learn from these figures that they were once united to
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    • of the optic nerve is not to convey the colour sensation backwards to
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    • primordial culture on Earth. When we look back into these
    • Earth incarnation as far back as the Saturn incarnation, whereas all
    • only as far back as to the Moon sphere. Any suggestion that they
    • should look back to still earlier incarnations of the Earth was met
    • to trace back this sphere that had always been accessible to the
    • researches are carried out by men with a scientific background and of
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    • ourselves to trace back that which is seen to be dying at the time of
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    • this disharmonious squeezing and tearing back into our
    • fact bring back with you the wildest confusion, the most
    • machines with which he can then work back on nature and life
    • person at the first stages of initiation, bringing back with
    • character when he comes back into his physical and etheric
    • bringing back into his own organism the results, as it were,
    • and look back at those times when people slept with only a
    • brought back into their physical and etheric bodies the kind
    • inner life of soul. And the further we go back in the history
    • language is quite differently constructed the further back we
    • If we go back
    • back from the present to the Middle Ages to look for the
    • also the opposite step, from the musical element back into
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    • instance we can go back to what still lived in human minds
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    • give us back our own very distant past which is still
    • being abandons his ego, he pushes it back; but at the same
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    • take away mine hand, and thou shalt see my back parts: but my
    • back into the physical world he remembers what the spirits of
    • take away mine hand, and thou shalt see my back parts: but my
    • reverence and devotion come back, for without them we shall
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    • transported back to the beginning of our cycle of time. We
    • came back after only a quarter of an hour, and when the
    • advocate heard them coming back from the conference room so
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    • into our evolution the tendency to drag the Earth back again
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    • this up, you get this form (chimney and back wall). You have
    • (chimney and back wall). There is no other way of going about
    • reflected and conducted back to the nerve ends, where it is
    • swing to a certain point before it has to go back again, the
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    • grow. So we must go back to the soul and spirit of the man, which
    • Just as we must go back to what the man was before he
    • back to what once lived in all that today is lifeless, before indeed
    • on. But there we come back to the living. If we want to rotate, we
    • become immobile; yet that leads us back to a human state when
    • animal still wander about, and we look back to the time when the
    • conditions of present mankind how they can be traced back to
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    • be: here the chair-back and here the table-top, and then through an
    • but also of civilization. If you think back to what I said just now —
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    • Let us go back to them again. There was once a large
    • different-half man and half fish. And if we go back to still earlier
    • back he was watery, quite fluid. So naturally no fossils were formed
    • jelly-like beings. And the further we go back in earth evolution, the
    • So we go back to an age when there was neither the
    • hydrocephalus, he does not have a backward sloping forehead, but a
    • when we go back into earlier times when the area of the Atlantic
    • far back and have found human beings who really consisted only of
    • the farther we go back, the more we find that man as spirit dominates
    • in. So we come back to the fact that what we see today as firm, solid
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    • the two gentlemen at the back quite small. Were I to photograph them,
    • the one sitting right at the back has a really small head, a really
    • advanced, for one recognizes that this Chinese art goes back to
    • in a certain sense — and really ancient, that goes back to ten
    • seas. When they were ready to turn back, they turned the screw, and
    • back the screw, and so the ship continued to go round and round. A
    • Another people who point back to ancient days are the
    • Indians. They do not go so far back as the Chinese, but they too have
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    • and animals get it back again. Man gives carbon dioxide out and kills
    • everything; the plant keeps back the carbon, releases the oxygen and
    • carbon back inside the plant and lets the oxygen go free. Our blood
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    • exhale carbon in carbon dioxide, keeping a part of it back. So now we
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    • On going back further in the evolution of the earth, we
    • back and forth. It is connected by a wire with a plate, which
    • Former conditions, however, can never come back. We have
    • greatness. That means, we have to come back to the spirit by way of
    • primitive conditions back to humanity-ancient Indian wisdom, for
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    • carried further. Think of a red surface. If the background is white,
    • the red will seem very vivid to you. But if you paint the background
    • dog's, he would have no forehead. The forehead would slope backward
    • the back of the head. Since the “smell-brain” is
    • and its brain lies further back. Someone who trains himself to
    • toward the back and the nose is highly developed; then he knows that
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    • which form out of the general mass and dissolve back into it again.
    • streams back toward the central region of the earth. So that if
    • its structure is such that it gives back this cosmic aroma in the way
    • that an echo gives back a sound, it becomes a fragrant plant. So we
    • rose at a point a little farther back, and still farther back the
    • year before that. Going back through a few centuries we find that the
    • constellation, but if we go back as far as the year 1200 AD. we find
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    • very many factors. You must think of the following. Going back in the
    • from the middle zone of the earth toward the North Pole and back
    • something in and gives something back. As it cannot take in a great
    • deal, what it gives back is also not very much, and this is not seen
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    • you read older books, lying farther back in time, you find other
    • One must go very far back if one wants to understand
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    • people had different faculties. We need to go no further back than
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    • be rightly understood and answered only by looking back at the whole
    • it as spirit and soul goes back again into the spiritual world. Man
    • breath we set the soul free so that it can go back to the spiritual
    • the sun makes a circle round the whole zodiac, finally getting back
    • for a few hours; at waking we get them back again. Just as we let the
    • breath go out and come back 18 times a minute, so in a day we let the
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    • back over the spiritual life of mankind will see that “a time of
    • from what it was in earlier times. And the further back we go in human
    • we look back into remote antiquity, Spiritual Science itself tells us that in
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    • tracing back to its soul-spiritual origin the soul and spirit that are
    • the physical. Spiritual Science looks back to previous lives on earth, when
    • stream forth; but on the other hand it must bring everything it absorbs back
    • expression. If we look back over the evolution of the earth, we find in the
    • individual human Ego is checked and driven back on itself when it has to
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    • see in the background a beautiful landscape which gives its own special
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    • important for the human soul if it can look back to a childhood in which
    • in reverence to the divine, our reverence flows back to us as an experience
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    • the Ego and astral body must come back into the etheric and physical bodies
    • now. Thus we can say that when the soul passes back from sleep into waking
    • spiritual background.
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    • for sensationalism in this field. Then they are not held back by an instinct
    • true asceticism strengthens the soul, which then works back on the body and
    • Whatever he can bring back from higher worlds must always be measured and
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    • clear. Let us go back to the plant.
    • world, and so is unable to give them back enriched with his own interest and
    • shines back to us. As our eyes are formed by light, so is our strength of
    • helpful influence on the lives of others are reflected back to enhance our
    • and they show clearly that Goethe had the nature of egoism at the back of
    • certain sense and cannot find her way back into ordinary life. Then something
    • the back while the pupils stand side by side. Especially significant is the
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    • non-historical, quite in the sense of the cultural background out of which it
    • historical outlook of Christianity. Christianity looks back to a
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    • that science compels us to talk no more about the spiritual background of
    • back to earlier conditions which the earth has preserved in the orbit of the
    • phases but reflect the same rhythm, because they go back to primary causes
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    • turn acts back on the strengths and weaknesses of his character, on the way
    • which then took over this development. We are looking back at a time in which
    • back at us the tone as an echo of our action on the air.
    • “to kill” is referred back to a subject. This is basically the
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    • Faust, after experiencing the most bitter despair, to find his way back into
    • the astral, so we draw back the astral from the physical and thus save it
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    • would draw back from the outer world and try to plunge into the depths of its
    • understand his personal background and so come to see why he speaks as he
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    • If we look back over these past experiences, especially those in which we
    • being able to look back with shame, perhaps, at some of our past
    • back at everything in our past actions, at experiences that memory can bring
    • the soul grows beyond itself. When the soul, on looking back over the past,
    • back over the past we realise that we have not developed our innate
    • back over the past gives rise to that inner warmth which is spoken of by all
    • will find that his refusal turns back on him in revenge. And in many writings
    • illumination, then the other side will take its revenge. If I look back over
    • recognise this might try the following experiment. Let him look back over a
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    • not only by amateurs but also by scholars. If we go back to earlier times we
    • but that it must be traced back to similar living matter, to the embryo which
    • If we pursue the soul and spiritual nature in the human being backwards, we
    • furnishes the proof. Our life between birth and death leads back to other
    • with those things which he could not otherwise bring back. The healing
    • we can look back on with satisfaction because in a similar manner that sleep
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    • if a man awaits the future with calm acceptance, and if he looks back over
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    • Conscience”, which will lead us back to the heights where human dignity
    • the background of conscious soul-life as shadows. Numerous other examples
    • when the dogma that the ego can never be grasped in itself is backed by such
    • reference to an ether body which holds us back, an error in our present
    • characteristics will not be traced back to our present existence, but they
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    • conscience is traced back to external influences and habits, and even these
    • revenge drove him to pay back the injury in kind. By degrees, as social life
    • trace the spiritual life of humanity back into the past, we find that our
    • life, if we are to get to know the spiritual background of our own
    • Let us now turn back
    • understand that the seer, looking back over the course of human evolution,
    • other. Thus we look back to a primordial past where a spiritual power endowed
    • looks back to a far-distant past when man had not yet acquired
    • cosmic background out of which man himself had emerged. When the time came
    • look back to the fifth and sixth centuries BC, we
    • to the stage of the intellectual soul. But if we look further back to Egypt
    • seen in the light of its spiritual background. This has been provided for in
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    • then according to ordinary ideas we have to go back very far indeed. Here we
    • will go back only as far as the extant documents can take us. We will go back
    • back to a period far away in the past, but this period extended, through all
    • consciousness soul which tend to hold the ego back from higher stages of
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    • twenty-fourth year, approximately. Then his karma led him back
    • find their way back to the ancient revelations, but it is just
    • When we look back at the evolution of
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    • sitting right at the back — I must paint these too. Mr. A. will
    • be quite big and the two gentlemen right at the back quite small.
    • sitting right at the back has a tiny little head, a tiny little face.
    • back to something even higher.
    • culture which is quite ancient and goes back ten thousand years
    • master comes back and says the right words to make the broom become a
    • Another people who point us back
    • to ancient days are the Indians, but they do not go as far back as
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    • lower. On going back further in the evolution of the earth we find
    • can never come back. Hence we have certainly to go forward, but
    • our having to come back to the spirit by way of the intellect.
    • like, that is, to bring back primitive
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    • much driven into the background. For you see, in the case of
    • background in the nature of the bees, and reserved for the Queen bee
    • gives back again to man what he needs to further the activity of his
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    • this reason, the further back we go the more we find how men
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    • the Queen. I can take her out and put the whole swarm back in the hive.
    • life. You reach the hunger-stage, and are obliged to go back to your work.
    • swarm and bring it back into the hive, then naturally, the
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    • this. All life consists in the holding back of death, and when we can
    • no longer hold death back, we die.
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    • go back to the old methods of bee-keeping. Just as little as there is
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    • ego-organisation, he cannot bring it back again. One has to shake
    • put them back, then again bring them forward and so on, and this
    • the ego-organisation back into the body in the right way.
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    • pantry, following the most complicated ways, and bring back all they
    • Let us go back to the wasps, among which I told you, we find creatures
    • to look back into the earlier stages of the earth's evolution. You
    • living form that preceded the dead one.” Thus, one must go back
    • give back so much formic acid to the earth. That is the connection.
    • the like, are also perpetual remedies for the holding back of the
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    • of elocution”. This refers us back to an element that
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    • back to olden times, when the building of social order had actually
    • It is possible, too, to follow the line of development back into the
    • development of thought back to the time of the fifteenth century, that
    • case as soon as we get back to the time preceding the fifteenth century
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    • And if we look back to the teachers and the priests of these peoples
    • of Arian Christianity. The dogmatic conflict in the background is not so
    • Christianity lived, in contrast to the other background that originated
    • If one looks back to earlier times, one finds art closely associated
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    • memory to what took place in our waking life, back to a
    • “looking back,” of remembering back, individual
    • works. For we do not merely look back at our life: our life
    • back from our life panorama to the inner activity that
    • life as a result of this self-discipline. This works back in
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    • organism so that they can be reflected back again at any
    • has to reflect, give back again what is before it. Thus we
    • we have entrusted to memory can be reflected back from the
    • substance is also worked on before birth. I shall come back
    • continually held back by various demands. To continue in
    • back, and instead of what I would call an inner view, one
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    • would wish to look back on the life of Dante and acquaint
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    • but strangely enough, humanity then fell right back down out of those
    • from Hegel but can be traced back to Hegel nonetheless, we find still
    • This conception can be traced back principally to the English philosopher,
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    • Anschauen] of complex structures back to the axiom. Goethe's archetypal
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    • out of my past. I must renounce and turn back. But then Imagination
    • spirituality back out into the external world. We shall have attained
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    • every variety. An unconscious urge toward Imagination is held back through
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    • is, so to speak, pushed back more into the inner life. Yoga depends
    • all this he could make no progress and began to hold back from expressing
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    • proceed from our hair back to the organism, very delicate
    • forces. The most delicate forces proceed from the hair back
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    • at the back of the head like this (see
    • work back again: the process of nutrition taking place in the
    • physical body works back again on the etheric body and as a
    • This action on the etheric body then works back as a reaction
    • and a back merely from one side, from behind. If a being has
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    • human being is like that of a pendulum swinging back and
    • those lying farther back. A certain period must elapse
    • being, the metabolic system, works back upon the rhythmic
    • metabolic system works back upon the rhythmic system when we
    • Persistent hunger and thirst work back on the rhythmic
    • raying back the least, but sucking in the most of the
    • flung back in a certain way. This insight can prove most
    • the magnetic effects, however, can also be held back in the
    • get to this point; we hold it back.
    • back of a person in the first stages of tuberculosis; that
    • his back, and observe that fine radiations proceed from the
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    • leads us back to what I have said today and have often
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    • being thinks, including the organs situated further back,
    • backward orientation, as it were (the head is also such an
    • there back upon the entire organism, the highest potencies
    • Similar psychological complexes can even be traced back to
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    • above and to the back, and the opposite pole in the
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    • to back and from back to front, and from above to below,
    • tendency to push something spherical towards the back, from
    • develops further, then perception goes back towards what is
    • him. They are radiated back most effectively precisely
    • back part of the head, lungs, liver and kidneys begin to
    • be satisfying to think back to the days which you wanted to
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    • glad in your souls that you are coming back to the Waldorf School
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    • have rested, we can go back into our classes and be fresher and more
    • dream. You see, during vacation, when you think back to when you were
    • dreams during vacation. Think back often during this vacation to when
    • are drawn back to the Waldorf School, where my body is shaped for
    • this when you remind yourselves that your thoughts are hurrying back
    • rested we will come back and be fresh and ready to receive what our
    • Until we meet again, when we comeback strengthened into these rooms,
    • often: “Let my thoughts hurry back to my dear Waldorf School,
    • again, think of your thoughts hurrying back to your dear Waldorf
    • each other, and when we come back, we will go on as we have done
    • and say to each other, “We will be back in fall to learn to do
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    • therefore. If they made a gold background, like Cimabue, they gave the
    • And the figures could stand out of the background of gold, could grow
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    • nature of colours. It is, you see, something peculiar. If you go back
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    • bring man back again to a concrete view of the world, in agreement
    • beings with heads, we must look back to our past, for in this past we
    • person who goes to sleep I continually do, and look back at my head,
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    • on the human plane, and so on. We look back therefore into the past
    • a new longing for weight and he begins his path over again, back to a
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    • man's task to find the way back again. Physical, etheric and astral
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    • I stopped at the spiritual, proceeded to the lifeless, but came back
    • We are today again at a time when we must find our way back again to
    • come back one more to colour-perspective.
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    • been required back in the worlds by the Spiritual Powers. For
    • soul is inclined over and over again to back away from
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    • great importance to being able to trace back their
    • But when we go back to other ancient traditions, we find that
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    • back and generate with my own form the forces which make me,
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    • when one thinks of the background as a pane of glass and that
    • seeking the way back to Paradise. I will speak of painting in
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    • when it has to push away snow. He pressed back the
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    • ventricle and lungs back again to the so-called left
    • things more especially when we go back to what modern opinion
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    • the idea at the back of the figures of the Madonna, nay more,
    • he then was; this impression was reflected back, as it were,
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    • real life, of drawing back into oneself, of creating one's own
    • it can only be traced back to the circumstance that the
    • own self — back to the mere law.’ Here we surely have it
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    • back. There is not much difference between listening to a
    • to answer immediately; then we certainly cannot turn back in
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    • back to the old Orient, — on a special attitude which
    • of elocution”. This refers us back to an element that
    • If we look back
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    • one understands how to hold back one's own opinion, one's own
    • hits back at the archer. In a debate it is a matter of taking
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    • least gently, one leads back to the beginning; if therefore
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    • then whatever we experience in doing this streams back to us.
    • And as it streams back, it seizes hold of tongue, palate and
    • Imagination. We can call back something that is a gift to our
    • can recall it and let it stream back, asking: What kind of
    • speech, and send it back into our whole being, into our human
    • present would not merely sit back and listen to what
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    • friends! Today when I look back specifically to what it was
    • understands the universe looks back to the point in human
    • feelings of our heart be turned back towards the original
    • of our feelings back to the original consecrated night of
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    • the Vorstand in order to communicate back all that goes on
    • Anthroposophy, wherever they happen to be, can refer back to
    • bring back to recognition, a word in the German language
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    • traced back to a question of tact. It all started at a
    • cannot be brought back today. So all in all, so far as I can
    • the post office in a laundry basket. These memories came back
    • days. But it was most interesting to look back and experience
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    • our thanks back to him, the cordial thanks of this whole
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    • back to the burning of the Goetheanum
    • what took place in external human evolution back to this envy
    • back to those ages that are often described as being so dark,
    • back in this way our heart is stirred — through the
    • dear friends, let us look back to the terrible flames of fire
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    • this goes back inwards (blue), and this becomes
    • visible in the background (whitish). And the whole of this is
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    • Anthroposophical Society in the background it would be senseless to
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    • anthroposophy by word and pen in addition, yet hold back from any
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    • sees that in its third shape the thing or being itself gives back the
    • the way back to the moment of his first memory, spread out before him
    • only after death, that is, a short looking back in abstract thoughts
    • death in the form of the looking back I have described; whereas
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    • recently developed the ability to form about it. For if we go back to
    • leaves sunlight just as it was by reflecting it back from its
    • surface, and it rays back other cosmic forces in a similar way. It
    • rays back the light, refusing to absorb it. Thinking that lays hold
    • goes back over the history of the Movement can easily see for
    • not seem as though we were back at the founding of the Society?
    • work, to get us beyond fruitless talk of the sort that takes us back
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    • to flee to and to look back from at one's unsatisfactory life outside
    • men and other such specialists simply must not turn their backs on
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    • lesser flames of New Year's Eve were drawn is there in the background
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    • together and talk back and forth, one with the ordinary consciousness
    • eventually gets back on the right track anyhow. So I can say that up
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    • personality. That goes back to certain primal causes. If I may again
    • special flavor, because it takes one back to a shared youth and
    • fifty-year-olds who have met again feel themselves transported back
    • transported back into a world he shared with them before they
    • following. Imagine yourselves back in times when religious streams
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    • elements reaching back to antiquity; our will element reaching
    • striking that the backward aim in the thought element is a type
    • within, and that above all, what may be in the background can
    • else falls into the background.
    • When one looks back over the most important world riddles, it
    • intellectually, point backwards. We have basically developed
    • further we go back, so the thoughts outweigh the Akashic
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    • theosophical background. I explained that in all we strive for, more
    • being led back to what is spiritual; but because men's thoughts
    • astral part of us on the other hand flows back towards the past.
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    • our life backwards, a point is finally reached beyond which all
    • an initiation before receiving his bride back again. But already he
    • day he did something he should not have done — he looked back.
    • lives on the physical plane to-day must not look back beyond that
    • back to a certain point of time, before which lie the first three
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    • people who are not happy in their soul life, all this works back on
    • have that backward vision of our whole life of which I have often
    • from the inner surfaces than from the backs of the hands. For anyone
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    • Christ-Impulse in this Gospel only goes back to the origin of the
    • the Christ-Impulse, but this time it goes much further back as
    • regards the origin of Jesus of Nazareth — it goes back to the
    • is traced back to Adam, and then to one who it states “was
    • that the human nature of Jesus of Nazareth can be traced back to a
    • Gospel of Luke takes us back to a time when man can no longer be
    • the life of this man, Jesus of Nazareth, is traced back to the point
    • follow the path backwards, it has to enter the etheric body again by
    • the Gospel of Matthew, which leads us back to Zarathustra, just as
    • the Jesus of the Gospel of Luke leads us back to Buddha and Buddhism.
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    • backwards to the sixth and seventh, or to the twelfth and thirteenth
    • found the horse, and he was able to lead it back to the mother
    • dragon. She said:— “Because thou hast brought it back I
    • appeared with his following. They found the horse and he took it back
    • Fish-king; these brought back the horse. This means the storms which
    • Backward Luciferic Beings of seven different kinds remained
    • that knowledge is a duty. We dare not give back our souls unevolved
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    • back to its ancestors from which it develops. And it will have successors
    • I look back at countless incarnations , it is true that in future every
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    • be regarded as being backward.
    • The origin of all religions goes back to them. Everything that Buddha,
    • taught goes back to this deeper spiritual truth. At the moment when
    • goes back to the so-called third human race with whose appearance the
    • of our movement is to give back this era the confidence in itself and
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    • Greek mysteries, back to India, go back to all these religions and world
    • dead energy the materialist offers and adores. Let us look back at the
    • If we go back to other levels
    • If we go back to the times
    • of the ancient Hellenism, back to the Egyptians et cetera, again and
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    • back to life. Only laboriously one can ascend to the insight of the true meaning
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    • receded a little bit into the background when our natural sciences started to
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    • for itself, to accept it as a miracle. Hence, he says, we must go back with
    • comes to the assumption that any soul must be traced back to another soul. Thus
    • we trace it back to its ancestors, we understand the soul if we trace back it
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    • as it were back to former stadia of our development where we were more spiritual,
    • should transport himself back to the state which he has already gone through
    • and the intentions of the cosmic powers if steps are done again backward which
    • and, hence, the human being should also not transport himself back to phases
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    • If we go back even farther, we get
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    • back to nature worship originating in the simple, childish, naive human beings.
    • On the other side, we see other researchers tracing back the origin of the religions
    • of religions back to the ancestor worship, to the soul cult. We could still
    • studies come back to the experience of the primitive, simple, naive, childish
    • not want to trace it back to the origin. Just as we must be aware of the question
    • that every plant and its figure must be traced back to a preceding one, we must
    • the soul, so to speak, draws back again in its own being. This is the activity
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course V - Lecture II: What Do Our Scholars Know about Theosophy?
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    • what he perceives as sound, colour et cetera, and traces it back to objective
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    • his mind. One has to go back to the origin of human knowledge, to a time which
    • already in the previous talk, these natural sciences try to lead us back to
    • bygone times, they try to find the primeval animals and plants and lead us back
    • and can throw back the light impressions for our physical eye. How these higher
    • doing research within the physical world can look back only as far as the physical
    • to the usual sensory life. Even if he looks back to the evolution of the earth
    • for millions of years, he looks back to the point where from the astral daybreak
    • back to that time when the rudiments of our human life come into being.
    • the cultural life developed slowly. If we go back to the spiritual life of the
    • inner look gets darker, is forced back by a world which can no longer understand
    • researchers before. Look back at the first time of the Middle Ages, look at
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    • of the West. It has forced back the understanding of the esoteric, of the spiritual,
    • of the universal teachings of wisdom. Theosophy led countless people back to
    • Somebody who goes back to the 16th
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    • back. Then a vision will follow, and these people will perceive
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    • round about us and in the firm earth beneath us. Looking back into the
    • fact he continued to work in such a selfless way that we can go back
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    • twelve, were just those who could look back into the seven streams of
    • back into times long past but could look back to the occult wisdom
    • could look back to the ancient Indian period, the second to the
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    • of the event can come back. Many of you here can examine the past
  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: Jeshu ben Pandira - Lecture 1
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    • falling asleep feels in this moment that, if he cannot look back upon
    • concepts back into memory.
    • understand him, we must go back to the nature of the Buddha.
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    • satisfaction; and then despair will work back upon the culture of the
    • this case, we are led back into the preceding incarnation, when the
    • must turn back at once, and this hope also has been in vain.’
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    • back on good deeds in his day's review can experience a moment of
    • When we consider the occult background, we see how the life of
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    • wisdom received by the child rayed back to the twelve. Each of them
    • received back what he had originally given, but now in a different
    • manifestations all lead back to a typical form which may be described
    • research today, in shedding new light upon the Gospels, to go back to
  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: The Dawn of Occultism in the Modern Age - Lecture 1
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    • were able to look back to the seven streams of the ancient Atlantean
    • first seven, these other four were not able to look back to times of
    • the primeval past; they looked back to what mankind had acquired from
    • first of the four looked back to the period of ancient India, the
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    • nevertheless, that there is justice in it. Then again, looking back on
  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: Intimate Workings of Karma
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    • other attitude would throw us back in our development. Nobody should
    • back to important historical personages. I have come across all kinds
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    • soul, back into the light of a spiritual observation, if one
    • existence. Out of this, a backward glance into the prehistoric
    • to Novalis the seer, when he glanced back. He saw the time when
    • this way Novalis could glance back to a time in which gods
    • descended. One Being provisionally held back; it had held
    • life of Jesus of Nazareth is followed back to His spiritual
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    • the Edda or can find in the ancient German sagas refers back to the
    • aware that the sheaths had dammed back the impulses which would have
    • We have a spiritual backbone, too,
    • spiritual backbone so that he can be raised up into the spiraling of
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    • look back to the Atlantean epoch. At that time thinking was more
    • Gaia the earth. If we go back in time beyond the middle of the
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    • like now to show one such legend as this which dates back only a few
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    • ‘Faust’ goes back to this old Augustinian
    • we turn back to the most ancient times, before our present Root Race,
    • withdraws. The soul is widowed. Humanity is thrown back onto itself.
    • Root Race will have the task of drawing evil back into the continuing
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 7: The Essence and Task of Freemasonry from the Point of View of Spiritual Science - 1
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    • trace back their origin, with some justification, to the Temple
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    • speaker's words are thrown back and are thereby changed in their
    • that what was spoken by the priest should be reflected back from the
    • way man thus works the whole mineral kingdom back and forth with his
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    • higher degrees trace back to a personality often spoken about but
    • would lead back to the school of the adepts.
    • the rite of Memphis and Misraim. The latter traces its origin back to
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 10: Evolution and Involution as they are Interpreted by Occult Societies [The Atom as Congealed Electricity]
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    • will give you back. That is connected with the greatest universal
    • which he can draw back in this way into his soul from outside, he
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 11: Concerning the Lost Temple and How It Is To Be Restored - 1
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    • still further back in time, we find that it is just this way of
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    • were, frozen thoughts. We must dissolve it back again into its higher
    • animal carries its backbone horizontally, thus cutting across the
    • acts as a dam, a drawing back, thereby interposing itself crosswise
    • [external] which He carries on His back. He is Himself united with
    • itself: the Cross is taken on [man's] back.
    • the law, takes it upon his back, carries it, will there no longer be
    • our anti-spiritual materialist thinking back again to Christianity.
    • clearly; but we can trace them all back. This legend is connected
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    • he is climbing back again towards spiritual development.
    • price of being guided back to the World of Gods from which he
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 15: Atoms and the Logos in the Light of Occultism
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    • looks back occultly, the physical circumstances have fundamentally
    • physical forces. If one goes back a million years in Germany,
    • the earth again passes back into the physical state it is then
    • back in the Akashic Record, we will then see that today's atom is
    • epoch- then we are led back again into the world.
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 16: The Relationship of Occultism to the Theosophical Movement
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    • back, how the steam engine developed itself from the simplest facts;
    • bring it back into balance again. However, if a person has begun to
    • spiritual, if occult backgrounds did not come into play from another
    • longing in the best Christian souls, and can be won back again, then
    • into the back, the ganglia of the sympathetic nervous system, these
    • most ancient times, and then goes back into the head. That is a
    • wisdom thus developed the ability to look back into past epochs; so
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 17: Freemasonry and Human Evolution I
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    • the betrothal ring back from his hand. Hiram-Abiff was however set
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 18: Freemasonry and Human Evolution II
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    • founding of Freemasonry lies far back in the past. It took place at
    • backbone as spinal marrow. Perception in the physical is that [kind
    • earlier one. This was in the back of the masonic mind, as an ideal;
    • ideal does theosophy have in the back of its mind-, The ideal of
    • religion but falls back on the primal wisdom that made the world,
    • the earth back for the old priestly wisdom. This Order [the Jesuit
    • occult powers to erect something like a dam to hold back the whole
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 19: The Relationship Between Occult Knowledge and Everyday Life
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    • trace humanity back to the earliest periods of its development, we
    • the course of time. If we go back far enough, to the early primeval
    • now be raised back up again. This can happen in a double way — either
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 20: The Royal Art in a New Form
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    • go further back than the first man in searching for the founder of an
    • placed by some back in primeval times. Finally, many rites — for thus
    • Higher Degree Freemasonry traces itself back to the old Mysteries,
    • looking back to a time when religion, science and art had not yet
    • these ancient Mysteries that the Higher Degree Freemasons trace back
    • back to life, and so on.
    • backbone horizontally, in relation to the earth. Man is the plant
    • incarnation of Divine wisdom. Go back to the time of the ancient
    • it came from Nature! And what happened then? Look back to the
    • medieval people of the twelfth century reflected, in looking back to
    • medieval thinker of the twelfth century looked back at the occult
    • matter. Go back to the great things the cultural epochs have
    • Try in the same way to trace back to its origin whatever has achieved
    • back to what has come from initiation [in the Mysteries].
    • point where it falls back on itself.
    • with which culture must be inoculated, if it is not to fall back on
    • it is necessary to answer the question — and that brings us back to
    • that Freemasonry stopped looking backwards and turned its gaze
  • Title: Problem of Death: Lecture I
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    • conception of Life. This will then lead us back to matters
    • something that is looked back upon with a deep sense of
    • to say: ‘wait until I come back’ —
    • until I get back.”
    • Paris and travels back with the singer to the country. They
    • standing at the hedge, has run back. As they approach,
    • was less shocked than troubled. I led her back to the
    • carriage. The man did this and had hardly run back with
    • This idea made me shudder. She lay back and declared that
  • Title: Problem of Death: Lecture II
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    • hands and slowly hovering backwards, drew her with him,
    • me. And when I look back I realise that there were very
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    • background of the soul it is spoken, from what background
    • remember back to the physical birth in the physical body.
    • further back than the fact of being born — not even
    • gate of death to which we look back, our own inner being
    • throws them back. Over there is the object and it throws us
    • back light and colour. That is between us and the object.
    • existence. Through the backward-survey of his life, which
    • bring the conversation back to himself, but it was
  • Title: The Bridge between Morality and Nature
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    • nature are ever more pushed to the background; that the
    • These latest phenomena are actually only referred back to
    • right thing when we look back from the child to what happened
    • time (blue, right) we are moving backwards again; what is
    • the physical body again back into the soul spiritual. You may
    • transformed back into the soul spiritual, if it so gradually
    • that the physical bodily nature again is transformed back into
    • nature and metamorphoses back again, change backwards and no
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    • effects reverting back to the causes and then finding an
    • in the last decades. Then go further back to previous decades
    • today's French and take these back to the Germans of the
    • present day which can be traced back to spiritual-soul
    • not merely look back at people or the number of people in the
    • further back, who in a much earlier time than now had been on
    • represent such results I would like your souls to glance back
    • back to the veneration of a Great Spirit, which flowed and wove
    • progressively backwards if we don't become serious about the
    • back from the practical application in life when we can't learn
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    • striking back on me personally because as a result it restricts
    • who have caused this misfortune, are repeatedly thrown back
    • are holding these forces back.
    • the most varied backgrounds the experience of Catholicism in an
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 1 (Summary): Effects of Modern Agnosticism
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    • lies at the back, what is unknown, what cannot be reached by our senses — all
    • of disbelief are all social impulses, and all these facts work back
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    • sculptured form. Yet someone who, like Goethe, holds back his talent
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    • of the moment is concerned. Our awareness of the moment looks back through
    • working on, a way we may indeed call brilliant. Out of the background
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 7: The Gulf Between a Causal Explanation of Nature and the Moral World Order
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    • conscious awareness but within the whole river of life, gong back almost
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 8: The Social Question
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    • out of all kinds of instinctive backgrounds. This is evident to anyone
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    • “nonsense” in such a dogma. Whoever does go back to
    • four centuries didn't exist before. Not so very far back the
    • realm. This is what it comes down to. We dare not shrink back
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    • ancients back to Socrates and his scolding wife — I sense
    • go back to 1913, 1912, 1911, and so on; historical development
    • approximately in such matters) refer back in their historical
    • unless we refer back to the time of its corresponding Christmas
    • therefore look back to 1881. All the actions of earlier
    • world only by looking back across the thirty-three years of
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture I: Where and How Does One Find the Spirit?
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    • back to real phenomena.
    • lead back the spiritual to something purely physical. However,
    • us go back once again! Imagine how a faint originates from
    • back at a long, long development. If there had been no light,
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture II: Goethe's Secret Revelation - Exoteric
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    • written in empty concepts. Over and over again he comes back to
    • lily. If we only could reach a ferryman who leads us back
    • you back. If you want to go back again to the other side of the
    • will-o'-the-wisps accept this advice. Then the snake goes back
    • everything back to life that has gone through life and is
    • and brings it back to life again. The young man tries to
    • riders, herds passing back and forth over the bridge. It is
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture III: Goethe's Secret Revelation - Esoteric
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    • go back to a thought that he pronounced once: “Everything
    • allowed to lead anybody back again. Let us apply that to our
    • depths of the unconscious nature, cannot bring back us again,
    • not allowed to lead us back again. Other forces are necessary
    • back and forth, but also with it, all human beings can pass the
    • that goes back to a symbol of a deeper developmental way of
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture IV: Bible and Wisdom I
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    • Aristotle. Thus, if you could go back with me to the sites of
    • human nature, other abilities take a backseat. That is why we
    • can go back to former times when still the spiritual primordial
    • proceed backwards in the uncertain. Why? The sensuous science,
    • human being back to the origin, because sensuous science can
    • knowledge if one wants to go back to such primeval times. What
    • supersensible senses back at times, before there are sensuous
    • who have intervened even earlier. We can trace back the
    • even further; we can trace back it in even higher spheres where
    • as truth. If he goes back now to the times when the human being
    • letter kills, the spirit brings back to life,,” and you
    • saying around: the letter kills, the spirit brings back to
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    • one can never say, it does not depend on going back to any
    • spiritual. We must go far back in the view of the spiritual
    • us look somewhat back in the development of the human
    • from other forms of consciousness. If we go back far to the
    • appears more and more different, the farther we go back. The
    • development that a force takes a backseat, so that the other
    • about the ego and know that it goes back as far as we can
    • back at the primeval times, at that which lived as the
    • the New Testaments, is brought back to life again by spiritual
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture VI: Superstition from the Standpoint of Spiritual Science
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    • came back, he said to me on my question, why he had to go in
    • have written a letter, so that one sends the drama back again
    • incomplete and then to let it send back again, so that he can
    • explanation of this process. If we traced back medicine in
    • and claim to lead back an everyday phenomenon to its spiritual
    • said, from personalities who stay in the background we have got
    • back to the spiritual backgrounds of the things, he applies it
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture VII: Issues of Nutrition in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • these substances back to their individual chemical elements and
    • what is useless to the human being. It holds the carbon back
    • connections. You can look back at the food of these human
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture VIII: Issues of Health in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • easy. We cannot sate or bring anybody back to health while we
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture IX: Tolstoy and Carnegie
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    • Thus, he is thrown back repeatedly from that life he leads and
    • back with a terrible remorse, with awful regret to the camp.
    • Between such moods, this great soul was thrown back and forth.
    • Christianity. He had to go back to the historical sources,
    • whole life of the present completely. He says: if we look back
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture X: The Practical Development of Thinking
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    • invention. Then he came back and said, he could speak the
    • sense. I said to him, he should trace back the matter to a
    • yesterday and so on. I go back and try to form a view from that
    • lack it. They are not able to lead back something to a simple,
    • world back to atoms, and others who lead them back to
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XI: The Invisible Human Members and Practical Life
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    • matter is that the blood is forced back from the surface of the
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    • animals. A time will come when one leads back the essence of
    • back, for example, something mental-spiritual to something
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XIII: The Riddles in Goethe's Faust - Exoteric
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    • At the important moments of his life, he came back repeatedly
    • looking back at his whole life. He now describes Faust's
    • Goethe came then back to Frankfurt and met thoughtful human
    • that, they could go back to the external natural sciences. The
    • back at the time twenty, thirty years ago when a fluid flowed
    • where Goethe looks back
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    • should be given in this spirit. They go back to Euphorion who
    • Back here upon our earth, has nothing pleased you?
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    • wisdom of the human being to which spiritual science goes back,
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    • we trace back the human being, we realise that, the more we go
    • back to more imperfect sensuous figures, we arrive at the
    • that time, in which external science can look back, shows the
    • However, spiritual science looks back at the most distant past
    • from this world. We see in the background of this soul being a
    • back this Madonna problem to its origin, we recognise that,
    • However, we can understand this whole view only if we go back
    • far back and we would find the Madonna problem all over the
    • brings him back to Egypt, where the bad brother Set dismembers
    • higher knowledge from the universe. We look back at more and
    • wonderful picture of the Madonna so nicely in leading back
    • if humanity finds the way back again to the spiritual heights
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    • back at a former form of consciousness, which was overcome by
    • we went back in history in the sense of spiritual science, we
    • artificially back in the sphere that his consciousness took
    • he submerges back in the etheric body, he experiences what one
    • environment. If we look back, in particular in the development
    • With it, we look in natural way back at ancient states. We have
    • back to old clairvoyant consciousness. However, this
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XVIII: The European Mysteries and Their Initiates
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    • back to clairvoyant abilities, only in another way. They do not
    • go back to experiences that the human being could attain by
    • we summarise as mythology, lead back to those experiences that
    • must go back to ancient times, which preceded Christianity, and
    • Sieg, Siegfried, or Sigge. All legends about Siegfried go back
    • would be a nice task to lead back various things from the
    • find many things that one has to lead back to the old
    • thing that decides whether a feature is dreamt up or goes back
    • did by the Christ impulse. Let us go again back to the old
    • this blood back to life in himself gets to real
    • us go now again back to the principle of initiation. The
    • who looked back as kings at the three bodies. Those, who
    • coronation. If one goes back to his grandparents, to Floris and
    • retain the pure esoteric Christianity that goes back to
    • Profound achievements of spiritual life lead back to
  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 1: The Experience of Major and Minor
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    • Greek language was the last to say alpha. Go back to the Hebrew —
    • The further back we go in language, the more essentially real we find
    • and trace back the significance of this word alpha (it is a word which
    • the Alps. And this leads us back to Alp-Elf, [the] Alp, [the]
    • music [eurythmy] have to flow back into the human being. Everything
    • which goes out in speech eurythmy has to lead back into the human being
    • too far back, but more forward). This is the first gesture. Now we carry
    • backwards with the left foot, allowing the head to follow [in the same
    • your backward step with the left arm, taking care to hold the palm of
    • the hand inwards. Be really relaxed as you start. Make the backward
    • the head somewhat forward (in the minor experience it lies in a backward
    • movement of the muscles. Instead of the step backwards with the left
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    • of feeling — each of which in the last resort leads back either
    • you remain more within yourself, which you indicate with your arm back
    • with one leg and backward with the other, simultaneously. And yet you
    • leg forwards and the other backwards. This is how a four-note chord
  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 3: Melodic Movement; the Ensouling of the Three Dimensions through Pitch, Rhythm and Beat
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    • While stepping forwards try to draw the hand back somewhat — not too
    • is one which, in a certain way, throws life back into the lifeless.
    • back the spiritual quickening element into the resting, bodily part.
    • effect, helping to bring the condition back to normal.
    • backwards. This does not express the relation of the living to the lifeless,
    • front-back, back-front. The other directions of space may be related
    • the right leg, the left leg being drawn back, before placing it again.
    • front-back. The point here is that the front- back is inwardly taken
    • Now, you know, the front-back
    • on the one side and ‘back’ on the other. The essential element of the
    • front-back is that we see in front of us, but do not see behind us.
    • enter this world, when we are held back, stuck, as it were, to the darkness
    • back by means of ‘short-long’. We have then u — or — u,
    • means, we have rhythm; front-back confers the rhythm.
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    • In the first motif we hold ourselves back, in the second we boldly swing
    • ourselves back, boldly swinging onwards, holding ourselves back.
    • C: B C. We find the seventh relating back to the prime, and in this
    • goes out of himself. There is a relating back when he returns from the
    • seventh harmony, in which the human being is given back to himself.
    • poem, as far as this is possible, from the ego back into the astral
    • and the eurythmist pulls back before completing them.
    • wonder, amazement, shrinking back in fear, holding yourself in relation
    • necessary in order to strive back to the musical element, and we will
    • we lead the part of the body in question away from nature and back into
  • Title: Eurthmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 5: Choral Eurythmy
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    • the eurythmist has to move more towards the back of the stage — when
    • meditation. We must go very far back, back to the ancient civilization
    • for someone who wants to get back to the ancient Orient in order to
  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 6: The Sustained Note; the Rest; Discords
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    • small part. That is where you go back. You will feel that a small part
    • a movement which goes back over itself so that the onlooker is obliged
    • to go back, so that he says to himself: ‘He or she was already further
    • and is now going back.’ He will notice all this unconsciously, but he
    • justified, if you cultivate the goingback-into-yourself (going back
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    • on further, it will pass over the elbow and flow into the back part
    • the back part of the hand. But if I try to let it flow down the inner
    • the back of the forearm [ulna] presents the major third, and the inner
    • by way of the elbow into the ulna and from there into the back of the
    • hand. [44] When you feel this stream as flowing down into the back of
    • an in-streaming. The outward stream passes through the back part of
    • the arm, via the ulna, down into the back of the hand. The inward stream
    • passes through the palm of the hand, up the radius and back again here
    • a diseased lung, it is possible to work back on this lung by encouraging
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    • very quickly back into them, and it is only then that normal
    • long time and then went back to bed and slept. The next day,
    • to sleep until the time we wake up again, we leave backwards
    • we experience it all backwards and in terms of its moral
    • when we pass through the gates of death, then we go backwards
    • again backwards in this way, just as I described it in my book
    • same time, this backward experience of earthly life frees us
    • experience backwards, and in pictures, only the events of
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    • be traced back to something that was once subjective. And we would accordingly
    • existence back to the ancient sun existence. We were involved there
    • it back to bitter experiences of a subjective nature suffered in childhood.
    • to trace back this feature of the earth, for example, in the great chain
    • of the Alps. If we go back far enough, perhaps as far back as ancient
    • goes back to a previous event. It happened in the past and now confronts
    • And now think back to our discovery that
    • how we are really looking back on a moon panorama when we observe our
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    • of external reality fall away from us like a rain that rains back down
    • them is a memory. So we can look back on everything we have attained
    • see back there on the physical plane are engaging in all sorts of dances
    • water and then put them back in again, finding that they were lighter
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    • we long to get back into it. When, at death, we have laid it aside,
    • back into it again. The result is that from now on we cannot develop
    • assume that it is of little significance for the earth to receive back
    • of our entire later consciousness. To look back to death illumines the
    • look back to our birth into the physical world, we can look back continuously
    • back during the time after death, we encounter the moment of dying,
    • the background of the right feeling for our movement if we want to find
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    • soul life. In the end, our healthy soul life goes back to the
    • its independence and believes then to look back as in an
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    • forced back by the power of the physical body to the everyday
    • death because now the physical body does no longer call back
    • would like to discuss it using a concrete example. We look back
    • looks back-at the own deeds and misdeeds on which his glance is
    • spiritual world in which the human being, looking back, would
    • then you look back emotionally at this life. Since these
    • a rise. It is possible that the human being looking back at the
    • dreadful happens that we look back at a deep wrong we have
    • background, you merge with the spiritual world, so that you
    • these or those talents go back to former lives and he beholds
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    • dates back behind the eighth to tenth centuries before our
    • lead back everything to the principles, and, hence, he writes
    • back from putting words in the king's mouth what should happen
    • back this to the fact that Discord led him to the “temple
    • fetched back again are not the real ones. The historical
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    • feeling looks back at the past life on earth for years. The
    • last life on earth back, you experience that you have let
    • his thoughts which have run ahead if one calls back them again
    • science; therefore, I do not want to come back to them, but
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    • background. A purely spiritual being originates in Wagner's
    • casts him back into the retort, makes him the human embryo
    • One would have to carry back one's mind
    • it somewhat bashfully; however, I do not want to shrink back
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    • look back with deep, inner satisfaction at having been taught
    • of how an Eastern personality, now world-famous, looks back at
    • “When I think back on his lessons, I cannot really say
    • theory of animal evolution. Merely to trace back one of the
    • these scientists went back over long periods of time. When one
    • human backbone, the animal's spinal column runs parallel to
    • third dimension moves from our front toward the back.
    • above and below, right and left, forward and backward. What is
    • back again, later on.
    • wider background, education needs it most of all.
    • you go back to the earlier forms of education, you will
    • backed by fully conscious cognition, and this is possible only
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    • it will develop a tendency to hold back in the activity of its
    • background through the way he forms his words. And this has an
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    • Anyone who looks back over one's past life will find that, when
    • we have experienced a significant event and then look back at
    • intimate social background. In living into the mother tongue,
    • which has a rhythmical nature, in order to work back again
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    • backed by spiritual knowledge. Modern life has become too
    • children from life, because you hold them back from their own
    • There is no need to go back into history to show how
    • forms of sclerosis later in life, and can be traced back to a
    • whole — you will find the way back to the true nature of
    • interpretation of this phenomenon would be that one hits back
    • definitions go, this is actually correct. It leads us back into
    • bring back the religious life into the entire school.
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    • not abstract, but supported by the necessary background of
    • back to childhood when their needs were not adequately met.
    • backward in time. This will be clearer to us if we consider an
    • leading you back to earlier times in your life, taking you back
    • These past ages radiate back to them through the
    • backward-leading activity of their astral bodies. This is the
    • oscillations. The astral body, however, leads us back again and
    • the astral body always takes us back in time.
    • the astral body, one always lives backward, but this
    • just has to know something about the spiritual background of
    • background, and humanity as a whole. When addressing this
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    • child's home background, through contact with the parents, is
    • manifestations of love back to a hidden sexuality. In an
    • least many psychologists trace human traits back to sexual
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    • turn, works back upon the functions of the nervous system. The
    • life at home can provide the proper background for children.
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    • hindered, through which the carbon is held back. I can do that
    • through the carbonate of lime, inasmuch as I keep back the
    • back to ancient times. Everywhere, all men on earth have
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    • mirrors back none at all.
    • gives none back. It therefore appears black because it reflects
    • all the light back. It is therefore white.
    • Thus a white body sends back all light and
    • light and also all the warmth and throws back no
    • back a little light and so
    • take up further light, it sends all back again, then something
    • yellow man throws back more light than a
    • Mongolian gives indeed some light back, but he absorbs a great
    • much light but gives some back. He contents himself with less.
    • back all external light. We give back all light and. in fact,
    • of such a nature that he throws back all
    • powerful. He throws them back and develops only the light and
    • his brain, that is, through his head. We actually throw back
    • assimilates everything within and throws back all light and
    • from the heat of the earth. They do not give so much back. They
    • simply remain where they are. If one were to go back into
    • they are yellow they throw back a definite degree of light; the
    • back, reflect, less light. They take more light into
    • There again it is a going-back, nourished by the instinct. The
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    • children who have died earlier are thrown back and then piece
    • child in its earlier years is more thrown back to its former
    • fully conscious, to revert back to that wisdom which once was
    • certain nostalgia to not that far back in time, positivism and
    • it, that there are still singular minds who refer back to the
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    • now I come back to what I said, that land and capital cannot be
    • the right way. With this they will be able to be brought back
    • historical background, life must directly truly give answer. No
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    • it has passed through. We look back — I do not need to recapitulate
    • was the nature of the human soul in the ages of antiquity? We look back
    • not go back so extremely far; in the 6th, 7th, 8th pre-Christian centuries
    • striding through space in the direction of forwards or back was the
    • looking right back to the “Ancient of Days”, and eneompassing
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    • nothing at all of ourselves, if we did not in age look back to what
    • than by looking back in age at youth — that perishes at death,
    • life looks back in his subconsciousness to the earlier years of his
    • a sleeping plant-life and in the second half would look back and understand
    • cliff: a knight on horseback, or other figures in the mountains, sleeping
    • past, conserve us on the earth and then set us back to where we were
    • evaporating, of deserting and thrusting back, of straight line and curve
    • stiffening, the evaporating, the deserting, the thrusting back, the
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    • back to what belongs to an earlier period and is preserved by certain
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    • understand the physical human body we must go back to the three
    • the deed without which earth humanity cannot find the way back to the
    • can love beyond death, that by means of the powers won back for our
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    • assisted progress not only in her individual life, but it flowed back
    • when, after death, we look back upon our life-tableau, on that which we
    • pass through the gate of death we do not look back upon our ideals as
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    • our occult studies, we go back to the times before the Mystery of
    • descend, in order to give back to the soul of man that which had to be
    • back in the spiritual world. And Lucifer will send over what has
    • devil.’ But the true explanation leads us back to this simple,
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    • when such a backstairs politician as Christian Science twists into a
  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 3: Brotherliness and Freedom ...
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    • point of time fell back into the middle years of human life. In the
    • back to the end of a man's forties. During the Egypto-Chaldean epoch
    • on Golgotha coincides with the age to which humanity had fallen back
    • back to the birth of Christianity. For the external historian this birth
    • is able to go back, even just historically, to the meager remnants —
    • Gnosis. What we see when we look back at those souls is vastly different
    • went back to Hellenism, to Aristotle, to find concepts with which to
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    • that inner core of the human being, which he could then take back with him
    • world in his consciousness, he could work back to man. If today you
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    • and especially one such event. Just try to look back upon such a happening
    • he may naturally fall back occasionally into an acceptance of life in
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    • a glance back to the progress we have made in life, to the fruits of
    • to the world and to humanity against the background of unprecedented
    • So we look back over the
    • be fitted into the world quite differently. When we look back over the
    • so much slower than that of the world. For although we may look back
    • But when we look back over
    • holds back from taking up spiritual science, believing that he can attain
    • as one looks back at how this was all prepared in the past, certainly
    • There is just one hope: to look back on this New Year's Eve to a great
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    • you that it was the task of Christianity to hold back for a while this
    • are incited to give it right back to him in return, there is no alternative
    • they are pushing them back, because they carry in their souls a mere
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    • about my background and biography." She says this because I once
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    • come back up again in the course of the week when they were doing without.
    • But to get back to the subject
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    • think back to some of the things that have happened — and think
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    • lives on earth as one says. As it is true that we lead back our
    • physical origin to our ancestors, we have to lead back a
    • on earth. Indeed, one has to go far back for reasons that may
    • as it were. If we try to remember, we can come back to a
    • life does not proceed endlessly forward and backward, but that
    • look back not only at the little yesterday, but also at the big
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    • can be traced back to times in which there is, actually, only a
    • and that the mental of the animals must be led back to an
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    • means a materialistic attitude in the background, but which
    • times that we must look back at former times that had quite
    • form of the present human being. Thus, we would have to go back
    • only understood in such a way that they go back to basic forms
    • existed. A prototype that goes back to those times in which our
    • always a materialist-monistic thinking in the background
    • by geology. Natural sciences themselves lead back to creations
    • present human being goes back to a past that we are led to
    • If we trace back the human being to former
    • Turning back with the means of spiritual research to the former
    • being. In the end, we come back to such primeval times in which
    • of the brain, of the glandular system et cetera. We come back
    • spiritual. Thus we are led back not to a hypothetical form
    • back in truth to a spiritual prototype.
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    • human being backward, gets to outer animal forms, while
    • world. If then such a soul was led back again to the usual
    • initiations. One has to go back if one wants to gain a relation
    • place if we trace back it to pre-Christian times, to the
    • One can say, while one goes back to this
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    • the background with those who directed their attention upon the
    • being has experienced a development his animal nature. One traces back them either really
    • with the outer physical form. One can trace back the descent of
    • going back in human history.
    • present animals. But if we trace back the development of
    • but if we trace back him to that point where he existed only as
    • and more as a spiritual-mental one, the further we go back. So
    • kind of soul-life the farther we go back, even to prehistorical
    • reflect the outside world if we go back beyond the Greek-Roman
    • on the bottom of all cultures very soon if we go back to the
    • pre-Greek times, and the farther we go back, the more a kind of
    • culture by which it is connected with the spiritual backgrounds
    • Imaginative life. If we went back even farther, we would meet
    • human mind. This points back to even older times in which the
    • closes in hope for the future that any life develops back to
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    • look back at a world in which it was. While it turns the
    • background. There we realise that the human beings felt the new
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    • We do not need going back to these old
    • turned back, it turns out that the human being has to feel
    • the attempts which go back to the book
    • lead back the sum of thoughts, sensations and perceptions to
    • his intellectual self-education to lead back his knowledge to
    • he has to position himself in life. Someone who can lead back
    • not lead back that to some basic ideas which life offers will
    • system is furthered by leading back our life to single ideas,
    • stock of perceptions, while we peruse it repeatedly, look back
    • keep back that which we need, and to sink that which we have
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    • further back to Odin himself. One would like to say, a proud
    • persons. There appeared everywhere that in the back of the head
    • Now we turn our glance once again back to
    • back to our origin. One only appreciates the unique personality
    • light which says to itself, if I trace back what I am what
    • back to the Viking Ottar Jarl, to the descendants of the God
    • arrived at that stage where it found looking back the sensory
    • willing whose necessity one recognises just if one goes back to
    • back today not only to Darwin, but also to Count
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    • Compared with spiritual science, which goes back to the Moon, Sun and
    • Saturn stages of development, natural science does not go far back;
    • it only reaches back to a certain stage of earthly development. Man
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    • struggling against life. While as it were the soul forces back
    • life as a unity, as it were, on the background of death that
    • beholding consciousness looks at life on the background of the
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    • Against it one has to fall back and is based on that attitude
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    • led the biggest world riddles back to it: from etheric states
    • included the episode of the human race, to rush back, finally,
    • from the living one at first. So that, while you go back to the
    • start of the world, you have to come back to the soul and to
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    • and attains honours again. One starts now coming back again to
    • by their outer natural forces, but Hertwig comes back to the
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    • science. We go back to something concrete: spiritual science
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    • originates from the sensuous background. The human being today
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    • who cannot sew a button back on if it was torn off. This is a
    • members on basis of the predispositions in order to look back
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    • objects changed, so that they appear on the background
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    • elasticity, electricity and so on lead back to such effects
    • exist only where we can lead back the single natural phenomena
    • on the other side that if one wants to transform heat back into
    • could be infinite forwards and backward, does not need to end.
    • further we to go back in time, the more we find that the human
    • going back we just realise the type on the ground of human
    • development. Going back, we have also approached another
    • could show there that we can trace back the earth to a
    • back to the earth origin — such epochs in which the earth
    • back even further and would find such a condition of our earth
    • stages. There our earth is led back to a former planetary
    • back it, up to a stage, which is called “Old
    • if one goes back to the origins and to those who created these
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    • far back in its beginnings; however, it arrived at its summit
    • being, but we can also trace back our being spiritually to a
    • well as the sensuous-scientific method of research traced back
    • sciences pursue the physical living beings backward to their
    • one can go back again farther in the pedigree of the beings.
    • apes. Thus, one can go back to that distant past when on the
    • else than the backward stages through which he developed his
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    • intention is not quite new, because we can go back even
    • were interested in it, we could probably trace back the
    • in the background? If we consider this, it might be very well
    • back on these things — not without prejudice, but with
    • individual of a certain cancer species is thrown on the back by
    • development and trace its future trend. Go back to former
    • you look back in the world evolution, the more compact, the
    • back at the time before Christ when in ancient Egypt the huge
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    • back again is that of body, soul and mind or spirit. Let us
    • and farther, make it more and more concrete and go back to
    • the same strength, which leads you back to your present life,
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    • pre-educational background; however, the women came with an
    • rights of the human beings back and forth. However, he could
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    • types. They are able to lead us back to the imperfect levels of
    • view. They trace the human being back to the former epochs of
    • want to lead us back in which the human being developed from
    • human development through the different races. We are led back
    • foreheads and were backward in their intellectual development
    • These researches do not lead us back to those forms of humanity
    • modern naturalists think that they lead us back ten to fifteen
    • back to quite differently formed human physiognomies, to races
    • we go back to the inhabitants who lived in Atlantis, then
    • language was also different from ours. I will come back to this
    • we look back farther, we come to the ancestors of this
    • back to the Lemurians, we see that their bodies become thinner
    • and thinner, until we come back to human beings whose physical
    • present animals. If we went back even farther, we would find
    • However, I do not want to go back to this very ancient
    • back to the former times, we understand that that which we were
    • backwards long skull, in those, which have a short and broad
    • were able to look back, you would see that during the Lemurian
    • is a training of the developing human mind. We look back to
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    • back to something that has really been investigated anywhere,
    • each of the great religions goes back to that which was
    • the different religions point back to the central site where
    • fruits of this world back again to the divine original source.
    • perception when he spoke to his believers and said, I see back
    • spiritual science, theology has to go back to spiritual
    • that there are persons among us which themselves can go back
    • confessions, to go back to the sources from which the books
    • existing today were created. It is necessary to go back to the
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    • conditions and our material time did not strike back so much
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    • development — we do not want to go back to the very old
    • diversely. We can go back everywhere: we find this instinctive
    • us carry our mind back to the times in which the poor Egyptian
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    • you cannot lead back this spiritual core to father and mother,
    • to the ancestors, we must be able to lead it back to something
    • is given back to those elements, which it belonged to. The body
    • it rises to heaven, and it must descend back to earth, in
    • back to heaven and comes again in a new incarnation
    • back to earth,
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    • evolution, but we speak of an evolution that leads us back to
    • slumbering and solidified life in the human being back to
    • What was knowledge? It was, if you look back, something that is
    • As we look back to a development that brought internalisation,
    • law, we see back in the external academic life to a scientific
    • science looks back and forth. He looks at the soul with its
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    • must emerge in him to lead back this spark to divinity. If we
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    • goes back to views that we meet in theosophy.
    • Perhaps, I am allowed to go back to the fact that science has
    • much, which have forced back not so much what the picture
    • preserved. We look back at a human past, in particular here in
    • — the further we go back — more and more of that
    • goes back in the past. What did the people experience whose
    • look goes back to those times when one speaks of figures, as
    • certain that it is so to someone who is able to go back in such
    • it. But he has to develop again back to vidya, to the creative
    • devachan. From there he goes back again to the Bhurloka and
    • back to the physical world. Thus, one sees how he takes up the
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    • as one is stimulated by that to which one can add the drawback
    • spiritual-scientific worldview brought back like a solution of
    • back to the old times, we find that the human beings
    • which spiritual science gives humanity back today. These are
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    • poetry. In the Poetic Edda, one found the way back to these
    • experience, and brings it back to the spiritual world where it
    • bore the cross on his back, which Kriemhilde could only mark.
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    • all worldly. We come back to ancient times, to those times to
    • invading Teutons to the west, but was also forced back there as
    • people. The Celts were forced back as people. Their influence
    • Wotan and so on, all that leads back to the old initiations of
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    • go back to old, holy events, the birth of Christ Jesus was
    • not only as a kind of festival of nature that goes back to the
    • our knowledge and look then back at the human being, we see the
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    • mainly concerned, with the medical art. The one went back to
    • view. He wanted to go back; he wanted to find the means to cure
    • illness only if one goes back to its origin, he looks for the
    • it back to moral qualities even if he also does not lead back
    • far back into the evolution of the earth, in the evolution of
    • looks back in such a way, a time faces him in which the human
    • looked back at a human figure that was still completely animal
    • were quite different. Even modern physics looks back at an age
    • sees back to the time when the physical human body had only
    • stars to help, to cure the sick person. He is able to lead back
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    • — if he was back again in the everyday life and if he
    • that goes back to the beginning of the creation of the human
    • we look back at former times of the distant past, we find that
    • it. He looks back at far distant periods when the earth still
    • modern naturalist pursues the living beings back to more
    • as Jacob Boehme looked back at a time of the earliest
    • the same way as the old German folk intuition looked back at a
    • looks back at such a condition, at such a thing, which becomes
    • virgin wisdom. Now, he goes back to the creation of Adam and
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    • seemingly short in time, back to those first days of
    • Louvain; a long way back to those days when because of
    • commanding to be thought. It is even a long way back to
    • importance. All this is a long way back, in significance,
    • background of this anthroposophical conviction. It is not
    • back, not absorbed, but merely flirted with theatrically:
    • it is a question now of coming back to the spirit. But
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    • background. Spiritual Science would say that our body is
    • consciousness: consciousness that looks back into this
    • qualified, so that one comes back a little to the first
    • and who go back to Catholicism. That allows the soul to
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    • the fourth one gets back to the first; in the fifth the
    • swinging of a pendulum back and forth. Man must seek
    • backbone parallel to the earth's surface. Man makes
    • places his body, or his backbone, at right angles with
    • animal's backbone. That fact expresses clearly man's
    • its rising moves back in the Zodiac a certain number of
    • next year it shifts back a few degrees. So the rising of
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    • orientation to invisible, to supersensible backgrounds of the
    • experience of the external senses does not need to fall back on
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    • look back at the German cultural life for a short time. It
    • look back at some decades of development. Today it is already
    • Nevertheless, we look back at the time when a kind of
    • phenomena and sound phenomena can be led back to the work of
    • separate certain parts and can keep back a part. There are, for
    • without logical interruption, back to spiritual science. The
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    • in our age. If we go back to the ancient Indian, Chaldean,
    • back again to the purification of his desire nature that leads
    • that we are led back by spiritual science
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    • thousand threads pull back them. There the disharmonies face
    • satisfied. For a while, they can be forced back and deadened,
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    • outer qualities can be led back, admittedly, to ancestors, but
    • always goes back to a soul; and the soul that lives in a human
    • being today goes back to a former soul existence. It is a
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    • coming back if they have found a place where they can get
    • intelligent activity of animals finding the way back to the
    • from the cave. The animal comes back; it looks and finds again
    • individual souls. However, if we go back from the higher
    • surveys the human life impartially? Go back further and further
    • civilised human beings? The further we go back in time, the
    • the middle. If we go back to the origin of the human race, we
    • must award a group-soul to him if we go back further, so that
    • stopped on the old stage. If we go back to the monkey, we must
    • we find a point in time tracing back the evolution of the world
    • we can trace back the human being only until the Tertiary or
    • trace back the human being farther. The human soul waited with
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    • Try to look back at the simple work: it took place
    • joy and love, drove him to the work. The further you go back,
    • also not brought back. However, something else can be done.
    • human being and human being. You cannot bring back the love for
    • simple relations. However, what the future must bring back is
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    • he lets Faust say, after he has led back him again to the life
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    • us only a short time back in the evolution, some millennia
    • only on the historical documents. A second time leads us back
    • the natural sciences go back even further.
    • ourselves back to a former state of the earth with the physical
    • go back with the naturalist to the time when in our earth
    • than the today's ones. If we go back further, we come to a
    • tools. However, if we want to look back, to the physical
    • stages form back on earth, while other lumps transform more and
    • entire animal realm and plant realm, the backward stages of the
    • being who did not come along. These are the backward brothers,
    • backward beings on the preliminary stages, which continued
    • evolution everything imperfect goes back to the higher. The
    • originated from plants, but everything mineral leads back to an
    • was there before the living. Thus, we come back to the outset
    • Thus, we look back to the
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    • We have to go far back in the human
    • now. One simply says, we need only to go back the developmental
    • its way out so attractively is to be led back to the merely
    • to lead back all things to a wholly mechanical world order.
    • back to physical processes what we see developing first from
    • the dispositions of the embryo. We lead it back to the
    • spiritual as we lead life back to life. Then the spiritual
    • leads us back to a spiritual-mental. If we see this
    • being, then we only lead this physical back to the entire line
    • our spiritual-mental existence points us back to former lives
    • being one of which, the spiritual-mental, goes back to an only
    • goes back to the inherited line of evolution. Inheritance and
    • generations. — It is weird that the genius is led back to
    • backward forces. If the human being had no hampering forces in
    • themselves to be thrown back to a level which was beneficent in
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    • We go back to what I have
    • all thoughts from the soul, which anyhow go back to place and
    • We go back to spiritual
    • spiritual background.
    • goes back to the fire, which lives in many people and wants to
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    • on which they can fall back must at least be there in people is heads
    • it is advisable for us to be in the position to go back to fundamentals,
    • upon our individual karma, and either trace back to earlier lives on
    • that, under the threefold order, will give back to men their purely
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    • take root when scientific research is given back its autonomy, in short,
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    • We have often looked back
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    • of material civilisation, Looking back before August, 1914, how comfortable
    • flowers, and so forth. Then with this background they propounded how
    • in Berne you could have heard someone saying that we should go back
    • and turn back to the spirit of love. The fact remains, however, that
    • that the corresponding value in gold should be lying at the back. There
    • must go back to the primal thought. Those administering the State today
    • affairs. We must be able to get back to what today will create a healthy
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    • farther back than to the ideas, so that he wishes in his logic as it
    • Man comes to fulfillment in philosophy, looks back on everything else
    • himself filled with the God who is indeed the idea that looks back on
    • this men was thrown back.
    • man's evolution must we not make an attempt to give him back his manhood
    • The conception of man must be brought back to this real man. I have
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    • Goethe's inclination towards art in later years traced back to
    • wishing to trace back such an illness to external or
    • This is to be traced back to this destiny,
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    • us look back for instance to the Egypto-Chaldean civilization,
    • already there before. But as you look back on former periods of
    • with a certain social background went to public school,
    • and in like measure. In a certain sense, man is giving back, to
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    • opinion held nowadays it is a drawback for someone, active in social
    • politics for it would be a drawback if he had any real thoughts. However,
    • This recognition causes fear. It is fear that holds man back from attaining
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    • science leads us back through the different phases of earth evolution:
    • life. In this respect modern man is far from courageous. He draws back
    • are of the opinion that everything can be traced back to minute atomic
    • back to atoms, but what are these atoms? They reveal what they are at
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    • We look back on the one hand to the time we were privileged to share
    • When we look back to characteristic
    • to get to grips with spiritual science he holds back. He remains at
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    • if we look back to conditions, as they generally were a long time before
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    • investigation. Looking back into earlier ages we recognize that man
    • when studied with this background in mind. One comes to realize that
    • among people he will, in numerous cases, find Ahriman, hunchbacked and
    • visualized as looking back with inner sight to a time when communion
    • back, it makes manifest a force working from the past. We are looking
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    • someone the use of his hands for life by tying them behind his back
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    • a surging back and forth, but in a transformed surging of the
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    • separate and meaningless thing back then, that we experience
    • if we go back before the late Hebraic period when they first
    • know that Anthroposophy goes back in earth evolution through
    • time and we want to go back to old Saturn. However, people who
    • powers if they don't find their way back to the gods in this
    • has to go back to what is really there, just as we did this for
    • some people might say that one has to go back to the Greek for
    • decide to go back to what vibrates out of writings like the
    • we find that he holds back the inspiring words behind the
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    • This is an explanation which goes far back to the ancient
    • is foolishness. We will come back to this letter in the course
    • land and then wrests itself loose and is thrown back again, and
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    • continuation of their stay upon earth backwards into the
    • still back in the fourth post Atlantean epoch. People in public
    • back down again; but we also have something else. I had to
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    • holds sway in the Apocalypse. Now you see, if one goes back to
    • was told that he shouldn't toss his thoughts back and forth
    • we look back to the time in which the Mystery of Golgotha took
    • we look back at the last big event which separates the
    • background at this time. In a way humanity no longer reached up
    • scenes. This was the background for the age of pathogenic
    • always becomes opposed to the four. If we go back to the
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    • their spiritual backgrounds.
    • must go back to the time of the first Christian developments in
    • receded into the background because of a disinclination to
    • The natural science which arose a while back and which is
    • already arisen in the east in 666, and which goes back to that
    • man; but he doesn't become a man if he falls back into the view
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    • Christianity and lead them back to the Father principle that
    • background of supersensible processes for the Apocalypticer,
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    • would come back again to this earthly, physical garment, and
    • along certain lines all the way back to eternity in outer
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    • before us, which has the experiential backgrounds of which I
    • spoke. We will do well to go backwards from this picture a
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    • back again his ego and astral body fill the physical and
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    • future, and we look back from there to the fourth post
    • was preceded by the fourth, third, second, first back to the
    • which shines back into the Græco-Roman age where it was
    • the near future men will look back at the way in which people
    • look back even further to what lived in physical, Atlantean
    • something physical lying far back in the past which occurred
    • through the Mystery of Golgotha. However, when they looked back
    • Jesus boy. This will appear in a vision to those who look back
    • back into the Atlantean epoch — the Apocalypticer does it
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    • someone feels that there are important spiritual backgrounds
    • the spiritual backgrounds in their own time; this is only
    • and I'm able to go 7 impressions back from any given
    • trumpet back to 150 years earlier. And if we follow the
    • trumpets back with respect to the seven-foldness of the
    • them. The trumpet sounds go back to about the age of the
    • go back to the Crusades. What we see in the sphere of the
    • we go further back, we find that for the consciousness sphere
    • coming back from the Crusades, and others who came a little
    • go back too far to get to a time when the state would have been
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    • course points back to previous experiences on earth at a
    • consider today without going back to the starting condition of
    • For if one looks back from the present life on earth to a
    • back to 1260, 895, etc. One follows the generations of seeds
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    • would now like to go back to something so that we can proceed
    • it comes back it's getting closer to the earth. And since
    • Biela's comet came back every 6 or 7 years, people were
    • shower the comet didn't come back at all. It was a wonderful
    • paper back then; you should really read it, it is very
    • were really narrow-minded back then. However, as I've often
    • substances that are radiated back to the surface of the earth,
    • to came back, than in its previous appearance's; it was almost
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    • other side as if out of the background. The Apocalypticer
    • inhibition and a holding back is built into the growth.
    • continuously holding back his growth very slightly. Fichte's
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    • back a little, so that the Holy Spirit with the four angels-figures
    • back into the 9th century, but not further. If we want to go further
    • back, we do not get a correct picture any more.
    • And if we go back into the first centuries after the Mystery of Golgotha
    • fact rule in the old cultures back into the third post-atlantian epoch.
    • to unfold its culture, this pushing back of spiritual concepts. This
    • to push the spiritual concepts back, to force them back, in a way.
    • Christianity that pushes back the spiritual concepts. And a result of
    • West to have to push back the spiritual impulses toward the past. There
    • to force back the spiritual impulses toward the East starting from the
    • and what made it happen. Yet the truth is, that there is a background
    • invisible and unreachable was pushed back, had been stopped, and is
    • has been pushed-starting at the 9th century — back to the East,
    • spiritual world was pushed back so much toward the East since the 9th
    • century, as the clouds are pushed back upwards, and the spiritual world
    • a thing. Those are important spiritual backgrounds in the evolution
    • is pushed back, so Luther pushes back for his Nordic world whatever
    • Southern Europe. Luther pushes that back, and from then on we are facing
    • the world divided into three: in the East, pushed back, there waits
    • back and rejected. The musicality of the North takes over the place
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    • a concept of what was being pushed back in those times, was pushed back
    • was held back at that time, held back to the East In such a picture,
    • of their original nature what in fact had been pushed back towards the
    • East, what had been held back. The nature of the West-Europeans,
    • totally different. And if that which was pushed back to the East would
    • been pushed back but had stretched out all over Europe — Charlemagne
    • was pushed back. This tradition relates to the age only very little. It
    • spiritual events. One would like to say, “What was held back into
    • us, where he, as an old man, looking back upon his life, does speak
    • back to the East, where the icons need to be formed according to strong
    • draws back into secret depths of soul. This living in the world of single
    • before us, we can look back to what was shown in earlier times. This,
    • So we are looking back into
    • head from the back. One can see has there enters the striving to form in
    • was held back that, which Europe was not capable of doing because out
    • else. But that, which was held back towards the East has been waiting
    • was a drawing-back — evolution goes in waves, evolution oscillates.
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    • Christianity, had to reach back, in a certain sense to this impulse of the
    • runes far, far back into the centuries before Christianity. This keeps
    • If one looks back into the
    • the art of the goldsmith in Florence also goes back to the same origin,
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    • as the background of the creative powers of the artist.
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    • was dammed back to the East, really came for the first time to expression
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    • must be changed back to its former state, but also
    • it back again to the Divine! And the innate traits of the
    • Spirit, Ahura Mazdao, the Being who guides humanity back
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    • that cause, and so on, forcing the concepts back as it
    • teachings of Zoroastrianism it is meaningless to go back
    • the Sun and other forces streaming back from the Earth
    • emitted and then sent back, will be different. The
    • therefore sent back part of itself towards the Sun in
    • the wisdom of Moses was to find the way back again to the
    • man of the Earth and he sought for the way back to the
    • happens on the Earth stream back into cosmic space, the
    • rays back from the Earth into space encounters Venus on
    • back again. He himself incarnated time and time again,
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    • spiritual backgrounds of material existence. This was
    • things would be taken aback by them.
    • reflected back to the Earth the influences of the Sun,
    • gazing back to the remote past in the evolution of
    • led back, not to what modern anthropologists surmise, but
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    • ancestry of Jesus is traced back through the generations
    • influences, the Gospel of St. Luke traces back the
    • generation, multiplied by 42, would not reach back to
    • emphasized that back to Abraham, this Gospel is referring
    • the unchanging identity of our inmost being, goes back in
    • back into the past, he will find that memories cease at
    • the whole of that life back to the day of birth. If we
    • back into that of his predecessors. The new thread of
    • Nathan Jesus must be traced back to the stage when man
    • actually reaching back to the time when the Being we may
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    • taken aback. In saying this I merely want to indicate the
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    • streams forth streams back again — these words
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    • us throw our minds back to the civilization of those
    • profundities in the Gospel of St. Matthew, lead back to
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    • underlying similarity is evident. Looking back over
    • materialistic mind of to-day is taken aback by the
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    • that War-Catastrophe all the Races fell back into a
    • words to beat back that which would fain nullify Spiritual
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    • course in the way familiar to all of you. But at the back of
    • go back to Goethe's presentiment which can be found in the
    • was drawn on the back of one of the pages in this typescript
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    • held back here (drawing 2), still enclosed in itself, and therefore
    • example, a man with a forehead sloping backward and a very
    • over from his form into his movements and back again into his
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    • back at those principles of initiation described in yesterday's
    • of culture. Looking back we shall see how those people, in whom these
    • this decay would radiate back into the soul being that the human
    • his being really is, the human being will say: When I look back to
    • humanity to turn back to these original impulses of Christianity. In
    • is knowledge itself; knowledge must be led back to the
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    • in Oxford (and London) against the background of the Manchester College
    • that they have seen their lives backward in a series of moving
    • we see it extending backward all the way back to our birth. This
    • way back to birth. It also brings the soul to a very special mood
    • spirit. Previously we had seen into the etheric realm back to our
    • birth. Now we look back beyond birth, that is conception, into a
    • time, still in the background there is the effort to stick with the
    • to think back through the experiences of the day, not as they
    • occurred, from the morning to evening, but backward, from evening
    • backward review: We walked up a set of stairs. First we picture
    • on down to the bottom. We descend the stairs backward. In the
    • beginning we will only be able to visualize backward the episodes
    • o'clock, or from twelve to nine, and so on, back to the moment of
    • achieved if we are able to hear a melody backward or if we can
    • picture a drama of five acts running backward from the fifth,
    • fourth, and so forth back to the first. We strengthen our will
    • back always hurts. The pain now becomes a cosmic co-experiencing of
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    • back in the sixteenth century, fell in love with a great, great
    • age. The age in question is, of course, our own. For if you look back
    • translated back into an earthly language.
    • of Leo. (It need not be at birth; it can be farther back in time.) We
    • transformation of language into the spiritual, and then back again
    • the world of stars and then draws itself back from the world of stars
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    • himself: I must look back to the time before my birth if I want to
    • seek the spirit, back into the past. That is where the spirit is. I
    • back into our own souls. We look at our thoughts in the life between
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    • in Oxford (and London) against the background of the Manchester College
    • heart-eye looks back at us. The I and the astral body look back at
    • movements of the planets, radiates back to the heart eye from their
    • back and echoes from the human etheric body. For example, this
    • Venus radiates back with a ray — which would say a lot for your
    • heart perception — radiates back from the human forehead, and
    • look back to thoughts, feelings, and will impulses turned toward
    • of the pictures reflected back to him from what has been left lying
    • such a way that these moon forces hold us back within the world of
    • sense, it brings us back from the experiences of the zodiac into the
    • in that we are brought back into the physical body of a human being.
    • because we receive everything reflected back from the etheric
    • physical body; the backward view of memories from the last life on
    • radiated back from the human being, who remained lying in bed, now,
    • bring you back because it could only bring you back to an etheric
    • The moon leads us back again to our animal
    • worldview comes to us because people back then could look into the
    • the way back to the time when human beings still received knowledge
    • science of initiation that can move back and forth between heaven and
    • to lead ourselves back to ourselves we speak the “ee”
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    • the capacity to be impressed by what is back of what he sees,
    • and now they are turned back on themselves. They live ever more
    • become free of it; otherwise, it will continue to turn us back
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    • Were we able to look far, far back into the early development
    • world is the dark chamber that still holds back many organs.
    • mode of living; he cannot turn back to the primitive conditions
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    • on earth must naturally often look back from the spiritual
    • memories go back to that person who was my faithful wife when I
    • reference to souls who think back about those left behind
    • manner to the slave yoke. If one traces back such souls to the
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    • not go far back and you will find, the representatives of
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    • Thus, natural sciences trace the soul life back to the
    • it back to life again in himself like a memory.
    • while. Nevertheless, it will lead them back again to this
    • which maybe dates back a year as well as a tone of a melody
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    • one looks back in time where one recognised nature and spirit
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    • back two to three or more days or years and is remembered could
    • far back if you succeed in doing that.
    • dating far back, but those of the last two to three days
    • experience it. Then you can look back at the events dating back
    • becomes different with reference to the event that dates back
    • mentally and to come back to something that can be experienced
    • that you can settle in something that dates back two to three
    • course, one can search that for experiences dating back even
    • traced back this one by one and can retain so much strength in
    • that that which dates back two to three days has already
    • experience that dates back, as I have described it, two to
    • three days with another that maybe dates back seven to nine
    • birth and death — not only to that which dates back two
    • lead back to violent deaths that must not be caused anyhow
    • ridiculous to say, one does not want to go back again to
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    • back to the time of our birth and know that it last some time
    • pressured into going back to a reality which is over for the
    • awakening to the imagining, of going back from the awakening to
    • force, it enables you to look back from the observation of
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    • If one sees back how before the rise of the modern cultural
    • Someone who can look back only a little at his life knows that
    • Hence, we may say, as you look back at the room if you have
    • advanced in the room, you can look back, if you have awoken, at
    • looking back. However, because you develop such abilities, it
    • looks back at the former spiritual life, but he knows that this
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    • knowledge of nature and its backgrounds, as little is on the
    • back the self and replaces it with that what should take place
    • related to clairvoyance was forced back, the social element
    • such a way: we can look back at the Greek culture that was
    • will lead the human beings back again to the religious life in
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    • results in crowds running in droves back to the existing
    • worlds; we then take the body back from the lower world which
    • forget; from an Ahrimanic level we take our bodies back, it is
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    • referred back to in its original language, it also becomes
    • looking back at the consciousness of unblessed mankind,
    • for instance possible to refer back to the stages of evolution
    • ourselves. This fact brings us back to the original meaning of
    • is the interpretation. When we go back to the meaning which is
    • reflect back the gift of everlasting life. This is why the
    • but the task is to go back to the feeling within the contents
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    • The farther we go back in the evolution of mankind on Earth, the more
    • learn at the same time that the forces which lead man back again into
    • forces of the Moon that lead man back.
    • certain distance and then springs back. In a somewhat similar way we,
    • and we are then led back stage by stage by the Moon forces, which are
    • stage we are gradually led back.
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    • historical background from which this philosophical movement
    • historical background from which Augustine worked his way out.
    • However, this historical background changes because that
    • Thus, he points back to that time in which
    • back through the centuries
    • receives His grace by which this part of humanity is led back
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    • One talked as it were back and forth, and one decided for the
    • that at least leads back the traditional of these writings to
    • things which are there, he has to try to go back to the most
    • do not go back to the origin of these concepts. Even like the
    • goes back to these old traditions. You do not cope with that
    • intelligences to which he refers back at first send down what
    • have taken up from the world. We look back remembering. There
    • you look back if your soul reflects that to you, which it has
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    • humanity falls again back into nominalism which is incapable to
    • certain spiritual view and leads everything back to individual
    • realise something very strange. We look back at the thirteenth
    • philosophy had taken a backseat, the German philosophers took
    • the slogan in the sixties, back to Kant! Since that time an
    • back largely to Kant and the modern physiology. Thus, you would
    • mere names, upon the outer perception, but now we give back the
    • twentieth century, and then it is back again as spiritual
    • philosophy one has to go back to Thomas Aquinas, and to study
    • starting point, and what it means to carry back our mind to
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    • back on one's life in this way, and especially to ask oneself:
    • back on one's life in a certain way, and above all to envisage
    • When we go back to earlier, more deeply religious epochs, we find
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    • experiences, and call them back into his memory. Memory and
    • ordinary consciousness our memory goes back only to a definite point
    • helping us to draw forth what has disappeared into the background of
    • else. When in later life we look back on something like this, we say
    • “accidents.” Suppose it has come back to our memory that
    • us in this form, lies further back. Only we must realise that we are
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    • without difficulty; you will be able to cast your thoughts back to
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    • lives until a comparatively advanced age, we go back to earlier
    • if we can come back again, if in a new life we can put into effect
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    • The journey backwards begins with the last event before death and
    • proceeds at triple speed, to birth. When in this backward passage of
    • When the life has been lived through backwards as far as earliest
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    • remnant of this. Then, finally, we come back to the epoch of Cancer
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    • infectious diseases leads back to an earlier, very strong sense of
    • physical body; and what the physical body does comes back from outside
    • that are born of lying work in such a way as to throw man back in his
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    • living through his life backwards to his birth. He lives through all
    • pass into Devachan and then, in turn, back through Kamaloca. Now,
    • discover certain supplementary details of this law when we go back to
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    • that reached it from without; all was thrown back again; one perceived
    • threw all light that came from outside back again. Within this Saturn
    • like a reflecting surface, it rayed back everything that it received
    • Whereas Saturn rayed back everything direct, without taking possession
    • of it, the Sun permeated itself with it, and then rayed it back; being
    • and then gives it back again. If it is put in some dark place, it
    • plant sends back the light after having drawn strength from it, so did
    • the Sun once upon a time ray back the light after having worked it
    • tends and cultivates a little garden. The Sun radiated back the
    • what streamed in from cosmic space and send it back after receiving
    • it; they had to send it back direct, they could not permeate
    • as the organ we call the Solar Plexus. This goes back to the ancient
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    • There was in addition a kingdom that we can call a backward Saturn
    • back upon it. While it passed once round the Sun it turned only once
    • dark forces, the backward forces, hates what has progressed, has gone
    • known in the old alchemical times, and the farther back we go, the
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    • go back into ancient times the more we meet with the encroachment of
    • gives back arises the recollection of how on Saturn all that resounded
    • into cosmic space, came back as echo. Or you see a Fata Morgana a
    • then let it stream back, giving it its own sun-nature at the same
    • to fall back into that time where all this was man's natural
    • back towards the old dream-like consciousness of the Atlantean has
    • been preserved in the Oriental training to bring back this early
    • We remember that the original history of Rome leads back to ancient
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    • wisdom in all that surrounded them. The further we go back into the
    • builds its own organism from this and gives back oxygen, thus through
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    • movement. And if one looks back through all the various years,
    • to his ancestors of faraway back generations, and unites
    • moment, so to speak, when they take their way back to earth, in
    • features by way of introduction. — Look back to the last
    • because this must form the background of these contemplations:
    • that you may take it as spiritual background all through.
    • often; for when he was on his way from Berlin to Italy or back,
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    • obliged to go back to this particular personality, because,
    • greatly in our age, — has gone back.
    • then one gets a background, so to speak, for observing with
    • human being, he has all sorts of things, that go back to his
    • early forefathers, that may take us back indeed all the way
    • back still. So that it seems to the psycho-specialists to-day
    • away back to the time of the ancient Greeks who lived in the
    • connection, and on something that will lead back far into the
    • Look back at the evolution of the ages, to about the fifteenth
    • looking back, then, to its first beginnings, which must be
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    • back my dear friends, to those centuries, when as yet this
    • When you look back into earlier times, it is a self-evident
    • — There is something in the background of men's souls
    • if you think back into earlier states of society: — In
    • room with the jingling of beer-glasses going on at the back,
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    • first place, as a fact. And if you go back to my book,
    • principally concerned to find a way back into the spiritual
    • conceived backwards; and I depicted the life of
    • kama-loca as a living backwards, stage by stage,
    • going on backwards as a reality, a reality in the
    • line from beginning to end; and a going on backwards is
    • wheel as running back into itself.
    • never was forgotten. And those of you, who may perhaps go back
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    • — Till really one felt oneself back again in the
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    • us just look back again for a minute and see how, in the first
    • we must look back in self-recollection and recall how, in those
    • — If you look back over what has taken place since that
    • little like our eurythmy. But, if you go back through
    • come back again!’ For that, of course, was the obvious thing;
    • and carries him, and that he can fall back upon in case of
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    • what this conduct should be, let us just look back once more
    • If, however, we must go back to this in the first place as the
    • essential matter; for Anthroposophy itself goes back to other
    • forms of expression. If you go back to my own first writings,
    • are so disinclined to go back from the form of outward
    • Anthroposophy can be traced back in a straight line to the note
    • looks deep enough back into his own being, he comes to
    • impulses also. If we look back to very old periods of human
    • must trace Goethe back to his origin. And see whether you can
    • Anthroposophy one must go back to illustrations from the
    • life of our modern civilization. — If one traces back the
    • back and ask: Where were the people in the first place, who had
    • fact of the matter is this: — Let us go back again to
    • world. But it might sink back for tens of years and more, so to
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    • that we must look back over an extremely long period. According
    • Zarathustra should be put back very many, possibly five to six
    • the period of the founder of Persian religion so far back in
    • stretches outward into the future, while the other leads backward
    • Let us go back to the Zarathustran Doctrine,
    • may be traced back, and shown to have its origin in that Great
    • Let us now go back to the ancient Vedantic
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    • related to the active cultural life of Egypt, which date back to
    • We have reached a point where we can look back on
    • which would enable them to look back into the misty past; when
    • with the heavens, and this is not true. We must go far back to
    • self” is repressed and draws back, it is therefore not at
    • influence would bring mankind back to that state which he enjoyed
    • his present material state, and bring him back once more to
    • and Horos leads me on, back to Osiris — to his Father — who may
    • The other pathway which likewise leads back to
    • while they looked back into that dim grey past, when first they
    • quarter day too soon. This difference gradually spread backward
    • computation]. If we calculate backwards over a period of three
    • stilled. In thought we hark back beyond three long Cosmic
    • primordial forces of the gods. For they looked back into the grey
    • life’s course backward through the ages we should in the
    • history, has reached back into the remote past, and there found
    • more ancient the period to which we can look back, the more
    • Then, indeed, shall we be led back to those great personalities
    • rubble masonry, dating as far back as 3500 B.C. were found
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    • however, we look back with the aid of Spiritual Science to
    • Hence, we look back to a certain form of primeval clairvoyance
    • first connected with and referred back to that ancient wisdom
    • confirmed. We must look back, not merely to a form of primeval
    • back with sorrow and longing to the loss of the old clairvoyant
    • mankind looked back in meditation, pondering over that great
    • Indian thought ever harked back to that dim past
    • aptitude for the practical conduct of life. But I can look back
    • back and overcome this deception, then may we follow the course
    • must I find the way back to my true nature, then will the outer
    • spoke to them as follows: — ‘When I look back upon my
    • looks back to a single past event which is described as — The
    • either backwards or forwards) ever points. It is as absurd to
    • voice called into the past and brought back into this earthly
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    • evolution of humanity. It is only when we look back to those
    • I must once again bring back to your minds a
    • that mysterious background of archetypes from which they emanate.
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    • period? To understand this we must go back in thought to those
    • be more easily understood. We are looking back into an age when
    • fallen, be brought back to Jahveh, the ancient God of the
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    • Science, which traces man’s origin back to spiritual forms,
    • Man we found that we were taken back to a form of humanity which
    • merely follows man’s earthly history backwards, his
    • realms. When, in due course, the soul was brought back once again
    • must hark back to the ancient mysteries and ponder upon all that
    • we turn our gaze backward and follow the course of spiritual
    • personality, a part of the ancient Hebrew race, I look back upon
    • he has power to look back into the grey mists of the past, to a
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    • manner of Paul's preparation, and his background.
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    • kept back in the spiritual worlds and incarnated for the
    • back from the spiritual world upon what is happening to
    • looks back upon the discarded ether-body, the processes
    • back in this way upon what becomes of our ether-body, we
    • background, all that we ourselves laid into our
    • when we are able after death to look back at the
    • after death, he must look back upon an ether-body lacking
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    • cast us back to our nothingness.
    • yawns before us and from which the Messenger holds us back less
    • the first beast, the crooked back,
    • the first beast, the crooked back,
    • lurks as fear in your will, as a beast with a crooked back and
    • the first beast, the crooked back,
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    • Guardian's mouth, if he looks back upon himself, will realize
    • that this looking back, the perception in looking back,
    • Behold the first beast, the crooked back
    • time that cowardice is what holds back most people from even
    • dull blue skin, the crooked back. It is the Ahrimanic spirit,
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    • memory reaches. In any case he goes farther back than his
    • memory of physical earthly life can reach. He goes back beyond
    • you have become 50 years old, then you have gone back in time
    • farther than 50 years; you have gone back 70 years, 100 years,
    • willing, if you take it seriously, leads you ever farther back
    • in time, back to your previous earth lives. That is something
    • cosmic thoughts. Your feelings seem to go back in time in the
    • the first beast, the crooked back
    • guide us back to pre-earthly existence - where feeling
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    • Therefore, in the esoteric we must go back from what words mean
    • always go back to the previous elements - not only in respect
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    • again, we will hold you back in the light. This expresses the
    • man penetrate in reality, that he does not cowardly shrink back
    • he looks back and when this looking back has become conscious,
    • undertone to be present. One looks back the few days after
    • ether, one looks back and sees the pictures of the earth-life
    • time when he experiences his past earthly life backwards, an
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    • hold thoughts back from the light. We don't realize that
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    • remember back to this first stage of infancy, and therefore
    • them back together as a unity.
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    • infinite transcendence of what shines back to you from the
    • longer go back to what the simple shepherds experienced by
    • awesome majesty of what radiates back to us. And gradually we
    • transported back is in our heart's reply:
    • transported back to the earth's beginning.
    • from my present earth life for I am led back, through the
    • back so I can divine: I am wandering in my previous
    • back to what I was in the previous incarnation as though
    • our soul really makes the journey back to the previous
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    • the background the directing archangeloi. This element of
    • around us, and from all this something steps back into the
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    • somewhat up against the back of the head.
    • “Ich”, yellow], we are looking back at this
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    • back of the head, through which we approach the movement and
    • account. The meditator will often fall back into the humdrum
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    • the senses and back from the senses to the breathing process
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    • of the Threshold who first admonishes us to look back at our
    • spiritual world; when we come back we should live as real
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    • passed through the gate of death, looking back at our earthly
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    • universe, then disappears back into the universe, is placed
    • which is on the other side, to look back from that cosmic
    • When we look back from out there, if you imagine that you go
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    • And now we look back at the faithful Guardian of the
    • was thinking back, pictures arose which he experienced in his
    • We look back to the world of senses and we feel
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    • back to the physical-sensory world of the earth and humbly
    • called from afar. We go back again with humility, past the
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    • that is, from the last third of the nineteenth century back
    • going further back we come to the centuries in which a kind of
    • When we go even further back we come to the era in which a
    • when we go even further back, we are approaching more and more
    • Then we come back to the previous reign of Michael, that
    • We can go back further — again through the succession of
    • Behold the first beast, the crooked back,
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    • Behold the first beast, the crooked back,
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    • now we must again consider, looking back at earthly life
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    • Again, and again we look back, and at every step we feel bound
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    • to be a man among men when you cross back to the ordinary world
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    • always leads back to the starting point — how from all
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    • world. And when we look back in the evolution of time, we find
    • indicates to him: turn around and look back! Until now you have
    • light around you. But turn around, look back!
    • and turns around and looks back, he sees himself as an earthly
    • beginning to be light, we should begin to look back on what we
    • now the Guardian of the Threshold points directly back there to
    • now we look back from the other side of the threshold at how
    • and finally, when we follow them back to the turning points of
    • first words we hear on the other side, as we look back at the
    • back once again at the gray figure that stands over there,
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    • OCCULT BACKGROUND OF THE CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL.
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    • can look back to a time when the form of science within the
    • considered as ideological. At least this throws an impulse back
    • though it works back on economic events, it still has had its
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    • practical people, who claim: ‘We need people to back out of
    • able to work back into the economic life, then it remains an
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    • so you find nothing other than that it finally comes back to
    • power. Others discover it actually goes back to an original
    • fall back on him, also not in his actual yield, because it can
    • others are to our benefit; our own work never reverts back on
    • my labour back on to myself!’ — That is only an illusion
    • labour falls back on oneself. By me making a skirt, pants or
    • labour back to itself. Within the legal system this is
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    • heard most often when the background of the Proletarian view of
    • work back again, just because when it is freed, while it
    • Just think back to the great ideals of the French Revolution:
    • who through the decades can look back, know about all that had
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    • can be offered by reverting back to the ancient idea of the
    • the back — that out of the colleagues of the student
    • dulled and fall back into the infidelity of philistinism.
    • in the back are dependent on the circumstances established by
    • satisfaction look back at what I've wanted to achieve this
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    • is mere talk and nothing more; one must go back to the practical
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    • and from there it works back. The inherent qualities of the
    • it. Now let us assume that we find some means of holding back
    • to hold back these forces which work upwards from the root
    • addition hold back the development of stem and leaf within the
    • soil. For silicon or flint holds back the cosmic forces and
    • growth of leaf and stem is held back. The potato is a
    • has been held back. Potatoes must therefore be planted on sandy
    • soil; this is the only way of holding back the cosmic forces in
    • given back to the
    • is under the influence of the planets. Working backwards from
    • and that, from the heart backwards the activity of the Moon is
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    • of man. On the other hand, nitrogen flows straight back into
    • shape must be able to find its way back into the Cosmos where
    • nitrogen is everywhere around us. We hold some of it back.
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    • from the skin, which are pressed back. Now an organism is
    • out into all directions. And now it is held back. By this I
    • streams of forces are not led back into the organism, but
    • is very different, for it has for its background the whole
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    • it and are reflected back to the earth. The moon-rays which we
    • back again if “pepperless” areas still remain in
    • however, we find a way back to the macrocosm, then we shall
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    • and on the hope for each human soul that it can find its way back to the
    • impulse. Intrinsically the further we go back to ancient times
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