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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • about through obedience to and observation of a great sum of rules and
    • other than the path described above. They found these truths because
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • way, when the ‘I’ is absorbed in gazing on a work of art
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • ingested by him and his actions are influenced by the food absorbed
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • entirely absorbed in the contemplation of some strikingly beautiful
    • physical and etheric bodies remain in bed, while the astral body and
    • that have been described in their more external aspect can also be
    • constitution of the physical body and etheric bodies lying in the bed,
    • described today as the result of the most scrupulously careful occult
    • to what has been described in connection with the Microcosm also takes
    • have been as previously described. But since the Mystery of Golgotha
    • John, and were baptised by him according to the rite described in the
    • now described will take real effect in the evolution of mankind.
    • be ascribed to light; light is itself at every point in space.
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • Let me emphasize that it is not easy to apply what has just been described
    • body is greatly strengthened. Try to carry out what I have just described
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • through the exercises described in
    • development ordinarily described in history. As these facts are
    • facts is easily described, but the fact that the way of contemplating
    • prescribed in the ancient mysteries to bring inspiration to man became
    • because it has absorbed the Christ impulse. Ever since the time when
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • ascribed to
    • expression in the painting I have just described. Ever and again will we
    • expressed, for instance, in the painting I have described, although we must
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • same as he who was later incarnated as man and is described in the
    • the aptitude for which, however, is deeply embedded in human nature.
    • described to-day from a certain standpoint in their influence on human
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • happens as described. This further need, however, can again be
    • methods I have described, it was possible for certain individuals to
    • find the ways described in the books mentioned earlier. But it is also
    • everlasting starry worlds were embedded in the vastnesses of space.
    • limits of space to endless worlds embedded in its vast expanses. The
    • passes from life to life, is embedded. Spiritual science is in
    • described as fearing the discovery of a new continent because he thinks
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • I described the way in which the
    • evolutionary process it can be interpreted to have absorbed something
    • percent acted in obedience to what they were taught; thirteen percent
    • — and that will happen — they would be disturbed by those ether
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • Das Geheimnis des Todes. Wesen und Bedeutung
    • Das Geheimnis des Todes. Wesen und Bedeutung
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • which I have described to you would have to arise. The materialistic
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • do not allow me to show that the experiences I have described are not
    • forces, similar in kind to those which have been described in connection
    • I have now described to you some of the things contained in the cosmic
    • described in this lecture, the need of spiritual help, a need which is
    • achievement; there is no need to be disturbed by such a layman's utterance
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • described. It is the mission of the age of the Spiritual Soul to
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • quite concretely in the way described. People in some of the most
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • — succumbed to the extraordinary fallacy of admiring such an
    • year 1832. What is described is a spectral Goethe — not what Goethe
    • relationships described, for example, by Tacitus, as prevailing in the
    • of Goetheanism, modern humanity, especially in Middle Europe, absorbed
    • paramount importance for human life, are concretely described. Men who
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • the second period of life, that is, what the earth itself is embedded in. The
    • system in the way we have described. We build up our constitution with
    • without having absorbed standardized education. This standardized
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • as described by modern physiology or anatomy. If you really take
    • astral body. To begin with, they are curbed — if I may use this
    • be called a source of light which remains, to begin with, curbed and
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • world was fostered in schools, in what may be described as Mystery
    • from the East, as they are described to us.
    • world must be described from within; but we must first get into the
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • of his own being. They described how man feels the ground sink away
    • circumference of the circle described by the earth is to the distance
    • I have described the changes that have come about in
    • of exercises described in my book,
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • rise up through them from unplumbed depths. Antipathies repel;
    • the ancient Persians as described in my
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • called a universal tragedy of mankind. This can also be described in
    • the music of the spheres, which Man absorbed between death and new
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • child, great secrets are inscribed there. Much can be seen there of
    • Yes, indeed, untold things can be inscribed in this astral body. When
    • you are forty-five years old, almost all your movements are inscribed
    • inscribed — the movements of our arms and leg, and not only these,
    • outer world is there inscribed. When we chop wood, or if we give
    • someone a box on the ears, all is inscribed into the astral body. Even
    • person and he does it, this, too, is inscribed, through the relation
    • And now the strange thing is that all that is thus inscribed in the
    • He undergoes what I described in my book,
    • Thus we have now described in a quite concrete form how the human
    • the astral body does, our intentions, our ideas, too, are inscribed
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • I have described in my
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • if we absorbed more oxygen. The more the carbonic acid formation
    • of a person lying in bed — not of the invisible man, who is
    • inborn consumption, as I have just described. In such cases, the day
    • maintained its external character too long after being absorbed, then
    • are pushed back and the human being is benumbed by a spiritual
    • spiritual content of a substance we have absorbed. This can best be
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • which behave as I have just described experience a kind of continuation
    • process which I have described to you before in principle, and which lies
    • take recourse to that which I have described to you from the most varied
    • forces of the astral and etheric bodies, is radically disturbed in typhoid
    • relationship, when it has been disturbed, between the ego and the astral
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • by night? The answer is that while the man lies asleep in bed, Beings
    • — may be inscribed in the soul of every human being of our time.
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • sense in which we have described it here. Let us direct our gaze to beings
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • which I have just described, the gods taught human beings what the
    • who were in the frame of mind just described, a wisdom received
    • we can have a foreboding of this in the Temptation described in the
    • such as the one described above, could only have continued by saying:
    • past, in the spiritual form which I have described. Then, this was
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • mathematical formulae only what can be described and constructed
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • described as nonsense in the case of the magnetic needle is accepted
    • described in the book
    • described. That is one form of knowledge of the spiritual world. The
    • this intercourse the spiritual world can be described as it really is;
    • Thus abstractly described, the nature of the process is easy to grasp;
    • have described to you are going on all the time. All of you sitting
    • course, this is hardly to be avoided; there we are disturbed not only
    • time during the day; then if you go to bed at ten o'clock at night
    • thoughts as have been described to-day, that we let our mind dwell on
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • “mush,” as I described it. The more the child learns not
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • if we ask the right questions about what has been recently described
    • described. But in some cases a man can shape himself in this other
    • senses I have described.
    • because you have described it in exact accordance with external
    • reality. But in fact you have described an untruth; what you have
    • described has no real existence. It is a tree-trunk from which the
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • regarded absolute obedience to what he calls duty — that is,
    • obedience to the “categorical imperative,” a free man
    • Schiller felt when he described this middle condition as the real
    • do in the external world becomes such that obedience to duty and to
    • described, not in concepts, but in pictorial forms, open to various
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • outside us, including such elemental beings as I described to you
    • that goes on around us in the way I have described. For until we
    • limit. And yet ideas such as I have described above are current in our
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • realise that the forces of heredity described by modern science are
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • direction I have described, but in the opposite direction too. With
    • heavenly activities, as I described just now, there lives what you
    • the memory. But let us suppose that by such exercises as are described
    • native talent and predisposition of your life, as I described it in my
    • explaining this point in a public lecture. Someone then described it
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • when, through what I have often described as Imaginative
    • there would be consciousness of what is described in
    • conscious of this cosmology, of what I have described in
    • described may be called the formative forces of the cosmos,
    • — as I have described in
    • described in
    • course, described something of what sounds forth from
    • For what I have described in
    • in bed and fall into a light sleep from which dreams may emerge
    • your bed a mountain crystal, it would be possible for you to
    • but we must feel fully within it, in the way I have described
    • through this His power manifests as I have described. The God
    • is described in history books.
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • mean can be described, quite in accordance with the intentions of the
    • — as we have always described it — the astral body and the
    • But to-day we shall look back at what is left behind in bed when a
    • during sleep can be described in this way. Into this there flows a
    • I have described as going on in the etheric body is blotted out for
    • of cosmic beings. All that I have described is the external clothing,
    • activity is somewhat different from that I have described for sleep;
    • what I once described as a kind of opposite vertebral column.
    • Perhaps some of you remember how I described the human etheric body
    • described how the streams that compose the etheric body as a whole
    • together of what I have just described, into a kind of opposite
    • what I once described (because these things must be described in vivid
    • This, too, is a manifestation. This, too, can be described as
    • softer.... Really this should be described differently. When these
    • regions are described it becomes natural to explain a thing by its
    • Soul-World. I have described it in this way in my book
    • which he has given to all I have described through his moral or
    • its opposite — this is accomplished by all that I have described
    • reality in words, the Being of Man can be described once again.
    • If anything is described as if it were vaguely extended in Space or
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  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • described by historical research as ‘Jesus of Nazareth,’
    • We have now approximately described the ancient Gnostic
    • everything described by outer history there is something
    • the bed while the true spiritual and soul kernel of his being lives
    • consciousness. This was what actually happened in the event described
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • I have described as knowledge through revelation and knowledge
    • absorbed a very great deal from pupils of men like Iamblichus and who
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • my book I have described this crossing of the threshold by pointing
    • are described in concepts that arise altogether from a living
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • their forms at that time. They are described with a certain mobility.
    • described to you would not take place, if in addition to the fact
    • that differs from the process described above.
    • way that Lucifer is portrayed as described, exactly in accordance
    • that has often been described: namely, the, consciousness-soul had to
    • qualities just described, whom we can only understand if we know this
    • arises which I have frequently described: They remain here, with that
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • the temples of Egypt and of Greece. Man can be described not only as
    • the Future. The physical human being can be described by
    • described by Psychosophy; and as Spirit, the human being can be
    • described by Pneumatosophy. Can we not then picture man spiritually
  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • civilizations have absorbed into themselves an even more ancient
  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • something of the essence of the soul, which might be thus described:
  • Title: Lecture: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • relation to language may be described in the following way. In the
    • The way the Greeks are described in the schools to-day is really
    • And so, if we are speaking of the Hierarchies as described in
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • as it is described in the Bible and as it is ordinarily understood.
    • required than for an understanding of the events described in the Old
    • presented to super-sensible sight may be described in the following
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • should chiefly speak of the Monism which I have just described
    • dead are working as I have now described. And there is a constant
    • work down upon us in the way I have described, is, of course,
    • described today as analytical psychology or psychoanalysis. People
    • influence which enters, as above described, into our habits, works
    • of such communion as I have just described. In this sense we will be
  • Title: Lecture I: Ancient Myths
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    • embedded in the myths, truths more concerned with reality than
    • Uranus were. Rhea and Chronos are described as Titans — What
    • is that which can be described as the Rhea-Chronos-process. The
  • Title: Lecture II: Ancient Myths
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    • the ruling spiritual beings, as we described yesterday. Men in the
    • described by saying: Osiris lived upon earth. Lost and slain had been
    • described. And as in those old times people connected the ordinary
    • experience in its concrete form I have described for you with
    • relation of male and female is described by the word ‘Geschlecht’
  • Title: Lecture III: Ancient Myths
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    • in their own times. Thus men in Egypt and Greece ascribed to
    • as the age could reach, of that which is described in St. John's
    • Imaginative life drew out of the spirit, as we described yesterday.
  • Title: Lecture IV: Ancient Myths
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    • form judgments in the way I have described: If I have one coin, then
  • Title: Lecture V: Ancient Myths
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    • transformations. Now we have already described in what sense I a
    • needs it, the material which is absorbed today during one's
  • Title: Lecture VI: Ancient Myths
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    • friends, has also made what a few days ago we described as the Greek
    • heart-knowledge, if it were absorbed by the whole man, if
    • being remain fresh in order to transform what he has absorbed.
  • Title: Lecture VII: Ancient Myths
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    • just described. Thus we come into our bodily nature with what I have
    • in the way I have described in my
    • described it in these studies, was also experienced by the Lemurian
    • outlined, to be described. Can the men of today do this? Above all,
    • future, in the way we described yesterday.
  • Title: Lecture: The Souls Progress through Repeated Earth Lives
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    • on earth, is really formed from two directions. I have described to
    • something absorbed from without. It enters into reciprocal activity
    • European population of the past which as barbarians absorbed
    • absorbed Christianity at the time of the folk migrations brought to
    • special manner. These then were souls who, so to speak, absorbed
    • as Indians, absorbed anything of Christianity. We can easily
    • after the event. In Asia, the population had absorbed nothing of this
  • Title: Lecture: The Forming of Destiny in Sleeping and Waking
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    • Now, the characteristic development I have just described is not
    • and waking with the Beings described in the book
    • These connections are as I have just described them.
    • dispersed, but in actual fact the Cosmos has absorbed it into itself.
    • completely absorbed into the Cosmos. Then, as Ego and astral body,
    • impulses as I described them in the book
  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • A genuine investigator knows that what is absorbed unconsciously in
    • observe all the details of the exercises described in my books, there
    • but who has made it free of the body through the efforts described
    • here described, when we are trying to develop deep, inward thinking.
    • In the books mentioned I have described in detail many exercises for
    • faculties in the way I have described loses nothing at all of his
    • which I have here described in the form in which it is suitable for
    • are described as I have described them, for example, in my
    • been absorbed during earthly life, but we comprehend man in his whole
    • sphere. And when, in the way described, he beholds himself in his own
    • in the way described, learnt as it were from man’s own being by
    • perseverance. What is here described in all seriousness as Spiritual
    • when truly free, sense-free thinking as described in my
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • just described, in such a way that he said: It is only possible to
    • the human beings acquired the tendency to become thoroughly absorbed
  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • the nineteenth century. Recently, I have described to you from
    • fear and tremble for the future of humanity. I have described this to
    • development, the human being (he described this concretely) shall be
    • described from the aspect of spiritual science in the
  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Body as a Reflexion of the Universe
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    • Das Geheimnis des Todes. Wesen und Bedeutung
    • Das Geheimnis des Todes. Wesen und Bedeutung
    • conditions that enabled the child to meet its death, as prescribed in
    • we consider the facts which I have described to you just now, we can
    • shape, in which the physical body lies embedded. Even the true aspect
    • being. On the bed lie his physical body and his etheric body; they do
    • from outside, the sleeping human being lying there on the bed has a
    • and etheric body of the man lying there asleep on the bed do not
    • human being, lying there asleep on his bed. A clairvoyant seer must
    • I have described to you. Quite apart from what takes place with the
    • inspiring influence that I have described to you.
    • it when they die in bed, or as a result of an ordinary accident. In a
  • Title: Lecture: Salt, Mercury, Sulphur
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    • the substances have been absorbed and transmuted into fluid, forms
    • them. It was among such people that Jacob Boehme lived. He absorbed
    • have described to you was real knowledge among the sages of old; it
    • described. Nor did he speak in an abstract way of the ‘will’
    • processes I have described above — the salt process, the
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • personalities described in the Gospels as the Apostles, or the
    • modern times, we do not only sleep when we lie in our bed at night
    • bed — where does the soul, that is the ego and the astral body,
    • last thing, before they go to bed! Yet a modern man should say to
    • described in my “OCCULT SCIENCE”, the Angels, Archangels,
  • Title: Lecture: Some Conditions for Understanding Supersensible Experiences
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    • This English edition was transcribed from stenographic notes, unrevised
    • material existence. The degrees inscribed in university diplomas once
  • Title: Lecture: The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead
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    • in the manner described and bear it along in the form of memories,
    • which you will find described in one of the Mystery Plays, in “The
    • weave in the manner described, and what all the Hierarchies of the
    • described just now. That picture can be seen there. But other
  • Title: Lecture: Concerning the Origin and Nature of the Finnish Nation
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    • and all the destinies of Wainamoinen, described in “Kalevala”,
    • Being that is pulverised, and then forged together, is described in a
    • order to emerge again later on, all this is described in “Kalevala”
    • external events described in history had to take place. The fact that
    • arisen in the way described just now.
    • described to you?
  • Title: Lecture: Awakening to Community - I
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    • invariably a featherbed. Living means work. Here one has this hard
    • one's thoughts, which in other situations are so circumscribed by
  • Title: Lecture: Perceiving and Remembering
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    • connected with the process described in my book “Knowledge of Higher
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 1: Forgetting
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    • and could not be absorbed by the general fluid of the eye, then sight
    • taken in and absorbed. It is the same with mental impressions. If,
    • the mighty memory tableau I have often described stands before his
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 2: Different Types of Illness
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    • that can be examined in all the known ways. And blood is described
    • heart and his brain which can be described in a somewhat pictorial
    • occult medicine these things are also described by applying the
    • the gall is described as mars, its effect would be similar to the
    • described in third place are actually the first in which we are
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 3: Original Sin
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    • and so on. The nourishing foods imbibed from the surroundings by
    • etheric, more spiritual, and not so firmly embedded in matter, then
    • is indeed a result of these processes I have just described, and you
    • prescribed in the way of metals and salts and so on. Suppose someone
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 4: Rhythm in the Bodies of Man
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    • a man lies asleep, the physical and etheric bodies lie in bed and the
    • the day ego described a circle, passing through the greater part of
    • various bodies influence one another. We know that we are embedded in
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 5: Rhythms in the Being of Man
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    • described and just these quarters of the moon. Just think, there
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 6: Illness and Karma
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    • etheric body, is laid aside and absorbed by the general world ether,
    • have already described the remarkable way in which this period of
    • described. Thus we see the relationship between what the soul takes
    • human life that has to be described somewhat as follows: Man has to
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 7: Laughing and Weeping
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    • has been described today. That which sustains the breathing process
    • environment, where their balance has been disturbed from outside, and
    • relationship between ego and outer world has been disturbed. That is
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 8: The Manifestation of the Ego in the Different Races of Men
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    • Saturn, Sun and Moon evolution. We have described various details of
    • have often described it by saying that this was actually the time
    • have described, and they led an independent existence up till much
    • namely what is described in the Old Testament, the Greco-Roman
    • degree. The peoples we have just described as the peoples of the Near
  • Title: Between Death and Rebirth: Lecture One
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    • What I have just described to you as an incisive point
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    • Golgotha has been established in the way described. It is a
    • from whom it comes — this fact is inscribed in letters of power
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    • in the way described in the last lecture, beholding and experiencing
    • ideas, we can bring them to him after death in the way described.
    • the sea's bed. As we pass through life we get to know external
    • been described, from the Old Saturn period, through the periods of
    • consequence, a host of individual human souls, as described in detail
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    • physical and etheric bodies remain in the bed, while the Ego and
    • evolution — which you will find described in the book
    • physical and etheric bodies in the bed and goes forth with his astral
    • sight is no longer possible. Why is the process described in this way
    • into which figures of animals are inscribed, and says: The ancients
    • inscribed symbols here and there to represent their idea of the
    • the ancients had actually seen what they inscribed into their charts;
    • Old Moon described in the book
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    • Jesus Child described in that Gospel. [See the Lecture Course entitled
    • Christianity. A faithful pupil of his had absorbed into the depths of
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    • upright posture, the human being is ultimately embedded, as it were,
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    • the conditions just described. The individuals baptised by John were
    • described, he must experience the counterweight in his life between
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    • is, of course, to be taken metaphorically, but the memories embedded
    • and etheric bodies together — which lies in the bed during
    • something that Laplace already described, the expression
  • Title: Between Death and Rebirth: Lecture Nine
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    • what has been described. Before they began to display their dry,
    • accounts of the present kind, parts only can be described.) Among the
    • human beings who carry out the work prescribed for them by their
    • that those who do what has been described with genuine devotion will
    • his etheric body as I have described [See Lectures Three, Five and
  • Title: Between Death and Rebirth: Lecture Ten
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    • beginning of the seventeenth century Brahmanism was absorbed into
    • was described. Thereafter the soul has to pass through what is
    • described as the Spiritland and this sphere, too, with its successive
    • regions, is described in the book
    • the individual acquired through heredity with what has been absorbed
    • encounters conditions described in the book
    • the inner aspect of the conditions was described, in the other, the
    • Mars region. This region corresponds with what is described in
    • configurations of a man's different incarnations are inscribed in
    • has repeatedly been described in these lectures as a region of
    • related to the circumstances described in the relevant chapter of
    • years ago. We then described the ‘Spiritland’ and a
    • region of Spiritland as described in these lectures. Here is an
    • Spiritland as described from the inner point of view of the soul, we
    • of the Saturn region. What was described in
    • Earth and also from the Sun. These distant realms are described in
    • and thereafter took its course in the way often described. How do
    • described it, followed by the present Earth. Midway in the process of
    • different point of view — contains what has been described as
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    • described, let me evoke a picture.
    • reflective men, for the most part absorbed in books or something
    • that they are all absorbed in super-earthly things; their souls are
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    • approach them as it were in circles, with our themes inscribed at the
    • Let us recall what is described in
    • have been continually disturbed by thinking, feeling would have
    • rather differently from the way in which I described the other two.
    • planets, together with much else that I have described.
    • influence and power of the Being I have described, he became the
    • light-aether, they rightly ascribed to the planet Jupiter — in
    • the Greeks ascribed the musical effects which bring harmony into the
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    • in human souls of all that I described yesterday. These
    • Yesterday I described it as the epoch in which knowledge was kindled
    • Michelangelo which I described, the prophets are always depicted
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    • world, a picture which is inscribed in the Akashic record, showing
    • I find the name of Parsifal inscribed on the Holy Grail? For it had
    • to bed for the night, in the same room (according to Chrestien de
    • often described. It became clearer and clearer to me — as the
    • Und was der Gral bedeute.
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    • devoted their souls to the elements, they absorbed a good influence
    • cannot be ascribed to a blind cause, and since the planets themselves
    • again get accustomed by degrees — having thoroughly absorbed
    • undisturbed by the effects of the external world on human life, the
    • marked out as the Guardian of the Grail, but he succumbed to the
    • lower forces in human nature. And how he had succumbed is connected
    • cannot be ascribed to a blind cause, and since the planets themselves
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    • activity? We must we seek it protected and embedded, veiled from
    • comes the actual thought-life. And in the epoch described here the
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    • because the circumstances and conditions have to be described in
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    • as I have frequently described to you. They develop in such a way
    • in the described manner. During a particular life upon the earth the
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    • We have often described this process of the passage through the Gate
    • from the elemental world as here described. Indeed, just as we are
    • in the bed, and our etheric body, are still connected with the
    • described is not without its results, for it means that an
    • no longer merely through Inspiration as I described it just now. Not
    • he can still work through the other vehicles, as described above. It
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    • course. The earth would not continue what is described in my
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    • earth, when we experience something in the manner described and bear
    • approaches the Midnight, which you will find described in one of the
    • we ourselves are able to weave in the manner described, and what all
    • correctly, as described just now. That picture can be seen there.
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    • life, in the life-picture which has often been described to you. Our
    • If soul-exercises are carried on in the way described here and in our
    • as we find it described in the Bible. Let us think about this picture
    • the way that I have described, through the fact that what spreads
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    • described as the character of homelessness, they would meet with
    • sketchily described him, has evolved; that we can look back into a
    • their existence which have just been described; so truly are they
    • on the bed and floats as it were outside them. Now imagine a man in
    • the activity of the Folk-spirits, into that which we have described
    • described as the actual inspirers — or we should here say, if
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    • idea, picture to yourselves the human etheric body embedded in the
    • besides the Archangelic Beings already described, other mysterious
    • we spoke of yesterday — and you will also find it described in
    • Beings such as the Folk-spirits we have described to-day. That was
    • described, not only therefore with the Spirits of Form who are at the
    • described. Hence it is so infinitely fascinating to follow up these
    • each thought was actually absorbed by the temperament of the people
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    • inwardly with what has just been described. Thus far can the
    • can in the manner described think of the world as continued beyond.
    • Spirits of Language, as I yesterday described. We have also described
    • described by historians is only outer maya, which hides the actual
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    • is spent in the way we have described, he becomes earthbound, he
    • In the manner just described a deviation from the laws
    • revealed in what has already been described, namely, that
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    • essentially to be ascribed to the second Hierarchy. Everything we see
    • which has been received and absorbed, the music of the spheres sounds
    • necessary. And those Beings whom we have described as belonging to
    • co-operation was necessary, of all that we have described as the work
    • depends upon, that element which we have described as earth-bound,
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    • what we described in our last lecture as the third hierarchy, the
    • Spirits of Form so co-operate that what we have described in one of
    • normal Spirits of Form are active, those Beings who, as described in
    • stemmed there and ray up again from Earth, as was described at the
    • the process above described is palpable in the decline of this race.
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    • mission in the manner already described. This Spirit of the Age
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    • the spiritual impulses therein described, it will be necessary first
    • and of all the Spirits of Wisdom, to that which was later described
    • to them has been preserved in a wonderful way It was described as a
    • described Odin, before he had acquired this capacity, had gone
    • place when the sun and moon were still united, are described to us.
    • The going forth of the moon is described, and how evolution then
    • described to us as a continuation of what had happened formerly and
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    • have been as described, and yet death would have come about from an
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    • Folk-Souls, which are as I have just described, but also in a
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    • made the observations which he described in his Germania. No one who
    • the direction I have described. We may also know that the spiritual
    • sufficiently described. He is, however, specially capable of bringing
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    • inevitably be absorbed into the shadowy grey-ness of their intellectual life.
    • event that can be described only in the light of facts which are revealed to us
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    • details; these are described in the books I have named. When thinking,
    • also to be found described in the above-named books. Through this
    • surroundings, through developing the will in the manner described we
    • body; but his body continues to work on undisturbed together with all
    • experience which has been described there is formed a comprehensive
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    • inmost soul to the Upper Gods was being inscribed into an outer
    • The words of the prayer inscribed into the rising smoke the feelings
    • here and there, for example in the figure described by Goethe in his
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    • The lecture was transcribed from a typescript version, and the
    • that is described and that could be expounded in various ways.
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    • Cosmos in which he is embedded. He can be, and indeed already has
    • but of how things are absorbed — by dint of effort and
    • relation between man and his mechanised environment, as I described
    • Rhine” they can be thinking of the river-bed, the indentation
    • all the time, and if, apart from the river-bed, you try to find
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    • The lecture was transcribed from a typescript version, and the
    • in a previous earthly life imbibed from early European Christianity a
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    • The lecture was transcribed from a typescript version, and the
    • It was transcribed from a deteriorating edition of
    • This document was literally crumbling in your hand when it was transcribed
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    • It is lecture transcribed from a deteriorating edition of
    • This document was literally crumbling in your hand when it was transcribed
    • described in Anthroposophy. That is to say, we first have before us
    • lifeless body, our intelligence now follows the path described to you
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    • It is lecture transcribed from a deteriorating edition of
    • This document was literally crumbling in your hand when it was transcribed
    • have so often described even in public lectures, we arrive at a
    • appears before us, might be described as follows: We ourselves
    • manner described and become part of the whole earthly organism,
    • What I described
    • described to you when speaking of the Impulse of Golgotha. We
    • described as peel.
    • now connect these things with other facts described in my
    • example, that you are lying lazily in bed in the morning and
    • would much rather remain in bed than get up; indeed it costs you
    • capable of driving you out of bed!
    • literally takes hold of you and pushes you out of bed.
    • described before, when that which used to be our world loses its
    • into a world which very much resembles the one described just
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    • I have so far described simply as a feeling that is surging up.
    • civilisation that the feeling I have just described from another
    • stated, by sensing the incongruity I have described, by feeling the
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    • Now we shall find that the experience I have described
    • but when a man has probed to the heart of spiritual knowledge, he
    • etc. — described in my book,
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    • corners should be rubbed off. Because it is in the becoming
    • What I have now described for the fifth post-Atlantean
    • post-Atlantean period at the point I have described, so is liberty of
    • described in detail. It is actually brought to life in order that the
    • described above, the moment has come when parents and children,
    • the particular “shade” described in today's lecture. Many
    • described it rightly when I said that men on earth in their physical
    • way of living in former times — all this is described with a
    • described, even to the world of the angels who lost Christ from their
    • No, knowledge of the Spirit may not be described as
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    • phases to become what may be described as modern man's consciousness of the
    • and other writings is described how man at present, when he
    • who lived during the period described in my
    • described. He carried out certain exercises of which I shall speak. These
    • experiences were revealed through speech. What I have described was
    • in thinking as I have described. They separate thinking from breathing and
    • described, which lead man into higher worlds are mainly exercises in the
    • advances. While it is easier to have something prescribed than continue
    • know about such things as those described yesterday
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    • theology has succumbed to materialism. Even theology has no longer any
    • trivial is their interpretation of him that one is liable to be dubbed
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    • have prescribed how many ounces of meat they are to eat, and how much
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    • However else clay may be described, however, else we may have to
    • is absorbed and drawn into the Earth.
    • the plant-life is absorbed by the whole Nature-process. To some
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    • should go about stunned and benumbed. The oxygen around us must be
    • of the Universe once more, as we described above. It is hydrogen
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    • earthly matter — permeated, as I have now described it, by humus-substances
    • already described to you from several standpoints, and that is the chalky
    • the ethereal is absorbed by the quicklime, and therewith oxygen too
    • mobility if we treat it as I have now described. We then prepare the
    • if we just leave the pile of compost as I described it hitherto, it
    • to further development. For the method I have just described can be
    • 500 and 501. The Preparations described in Lecture 5 are referred
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    • These influences need to be absorbed into the growth of the plant, if
    • such as I have here described.
    • as I have now described, and the plant will be prepared to draw things
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    • a weed is, described it thus: “Everything that grows at a place
    • in circumscribed areas, whatever they wanted to have. They knew of these
    • way we come again to what was formerly described as “Wisdom of the
    • as I have now described it. What, then, should we do?
    • when you transform it as described, into a kind of liquid manure, and
    • process to the one I described.
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    • which I described for the special case of the tree. But that is not
    • take delight; you may even study them in the way I have described. Theo
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    • It comes from that which is absorbed out of the air and warmth above
    • true at all. In actual fact, cosmic matter is absorbed through the senses
    • have absorbed the Ego-force. At the Same time, since it has to remain
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    • have once described to you that
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    • described in our books, but in this case it was attained in the following
    • it acquired great wealth. And I have already described how the time came for
    • in the manner described. And the ether body is the means or medium whereby
    • prepared to receive the inspirations that I have described as coming out of
    • described in such a way that they may be rightly understood — that is,
    • Revolution as the historians have described them. But in addition to the
    • shadow of the event I have described today, the event which left
    • evolution in the way I have described. The 18th century mixed up Equality,
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    • have described, is one which I might call morphological thinking, one
    • meditation which are described in principle in some of my books.
    • knowledge of super-sensible worlds, namely the stage described in my
    • The imaginative knowledge described to you just now, leads, as
    • the soul and the body. The soul is described as if it were the
    • described.
    • grows stronger if we do these exercises which are described in
    • described, which are called up in our consciousness for the sake of
    • have now described to you two ways of thinking: the ordinary way of
    • described to you in principle (details can be found in the books I
    • have now described to you in the first place a path of knowledge. But
    • this is incompletely described if it is merely described as a path of
    • But when we ascend to the spiritual world in the manner described we
    • way I have described.
    • described. The path leading to higher worlds indicated by the
    • These two forces, and others, which you will find described in the
    • becomes absorbed by the physical form. But this fact does not deprive
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    • described in his biographical sketch how this eye condition misled
    • described, for example, how he often walked through darkness and, due
    • In the recent lectures it was described how the human being,
    • pointed out already, he who engages in the exercises described in
    • appears as described. This means to be in the position of allowing
    • the way I described, the spiritual world that appears, the will must
    • not only have the described faculties but must be able, after the
    • exercises for the soul, described in
    • what has just been described; one feels oneself as if over an abyss.
    • have described, fear, terror, and horror will approach us, but we
    • described before entering — and yet be aware of nothing
    • ease is closely related to fear. We have already described the basis
    • error, however, that in encountering the described phenomenon he is
    • described here is self-love, sense of self; self-love has as its
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    • methods described in my book
    • anyone who develops his thinking in the way we have described
    • find that this imprinting that I have just described as a conscious
    • described how man changes from one week to the next, from one hour to
    • the super-sensible being of man, as I have just described it, does the
    • human evolution. Lessing described this very beautifully, whichever
    • of the epoch I described as the era of the evolution of intelligence
    • spirit. And the path I described to you today and the day before
    • man and mankind are embedded.
    • into the spirit of human evolution in the way I have described,
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    • described the whole wretched business in that chapter in my book
    • base of what I have just described, it presents itself thus: It is
    • described. This kind of thought is ‘trumps’ and rules
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    • but, at most, have absorbed something of Marx' “Kapital”
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    • nothing that cannot be absorbed without contradiction into a thinking
    • succumbed to heat death there remains a huge field of corpses, not
    • division as I have described to you does not appear only on the
    • yet give full weight to what I have described today. But the consequences
    • described is that knowledge of the world which may be striven for
    • described in my
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    • What I have just described is closely connected with the quick
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    • Damit der Mensch Ganz Mensch Werden. Die Bedeutung
    • way I have just described. The reverse, however, does not occur; at
    • the genesis of our idea of space, as I have described it, will detect
    • described the extent to which Anthroposophy can be sure that it proceeds
    • separate sciences (as described yesterday). And precisely as man in
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    • Damit der Mensch Ganz Mensch Werden. Die Bedeutung
    • that I have just described. It is of this that I wish to speak.
    • instinct for such things as I have just described was fundamental
    • just described is, at the same time, a way out of the theoretical view
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    • strong European influences have been absorbed into its religious,
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    • described as a kind of centre and heart of destruction meets our gaze.
    • which we have described.
    • egohood as a result of the influences I have described.
    • world at large to-day in the way I have described them to you here,
    • in the last resort, with a man who has completely absorbed the modern
    • absorbed in it, if he is able to develop only a consciousness of the
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    • beings in the state of consciousness I have described. And the
    • what I have just described. The inculcation of intellectualism
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    • Das Geheimnis des Todes. Wesen und Bedeutung
    • many things described in old legends and fairy-tales, for example
    • effect. Once I described to you the following case: In the distance
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    • have just described to you in regard to the primeval knowledge, was
    • results described, for instance, in my
    • spiritual science. You know that the things described in my
    • To-day you will find this in many books, and it is described in a
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    • The lecture was transcribed from a typescript version, and the
    • character, which is best described by saying: In those days
    • which has had such one-sided results, because it has absorbed
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    • described as an Initiate in the true sense of the word. It is
    • which we have here described. Then, however, the moment
    • for some time past has described as spiritual or
    • condition of clairvoyance. This gradually ebbed away and died
    • had a dream. In obedience to his dream and to the Sibylline
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    • of this kind is absorbed? We are bound to say that for those
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    • symbolically described as “sitting under the Bodhi tree.”
    • Ego-consciousness, to that higher state described in Paul's words:
    • described as the sunset of a mode of thought that was nearing its
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    • processes which are then described according to the abstract concepts
    • have knowledge of the kind I have described, the doctor will be a
    • in the soul and is described as a “complex” — a
    • [The three higher modes of cognition as described by
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    • the spiritual world, in the way I have described in my book
    • have described them, albeit to describe them we must sometimes bring
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    • What I have there described is the Initiation Science of the present
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    • embedded in the earth; what we leave behind on the earth — all
    • described in the first pages of my little book on the progress of the
    • spiritualism is wonderfully described in the characters of the
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    • strata of the earth all kinds of forms have been embedded,
    • by this natural process have become thus entombed, and then, more or
    • deposited or successive lower beds did not yet exist, and that in
    • the Cambrian bed, namely, the lowest layer, and imagine that all the
    • of the still undeveloped animals which were entombed in the deposits
    • described in detail.
    • of which animal beings have been entombed, whose descendants are
    • parts, is first absorbed. And now we look at the granite-formation
    • described as similar to our own internal-functioning, little known to
    • external science, but already described to some extent in these
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    • we are apparently absorbed in contemplation, in pure thought, a
    • thoughts have previously been embedded. This taking in of thoughts
    • cherries, each cherry had inscribed its past into your mouth, and
    • circumscribed shadow pictures. If a physical object shines it
    • one can say: Even in ordinary life that which is circumscribed and
    • been bored in the manner described.
    • with Antichrist is described, the whole way in which the story is
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    • Bedeutung aber gewinnt die Sache, wenn wir jetzt des Menschen
    • als eine bedeutsame Wahrheit: Denkst du, so denkst du im Grunde
    • bedeutsam, wenn wir auf Denken und Wollen hinblicken. Höchstens
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    • described in the Gospel of St. John; — the consciousness of
    • who therefore was not crucified. This Jesus she now described as if
    • will find an individuality described there who lived 105 years before
    • our era; the only mistake is that he is described as the Christ.
    • described in Esoteric Christianity appeared in human fleshly
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    • described as the dreadful emptiness into which flows fear. But all
    • may be so deeply absorbed in this impression that he can do no other
    • after another. This again can only be described by a feeling that
    • your concepts are benumbed, that everything that you can remember,
    • everything to which you look forward is benumbed into a rigid state,
    • it; it is there, but it is benumbed: time ceases to be of
    • surrounded by nothing but what I have described. I have already said,
    • We have also described them as Time-Spirits, as Spirits who rule
    • philosophy of Hegel you will find everything splendidly described.
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    • the matter. For instance, the old Saturn period is described (and
    • described in no other way than by saying that the one making the
    • picture to himself what we described in the last lecture as the
    • described, so as to say of him: he is a bestower, a giver, an
    • what we have described as the sacrifice by the Thrones to the
    • is as described in Occult Science. Besides heat, the Sun
    • feeling we may ourselves have if through the above-described mode of
    • Thrones to the Cherubim. Absorbed in contemplation of these acts of
    • centre of the Sun absorbed in contemplation of the vision of
    • absorbed in the vision of the sacrifice. And now it is also possible
    • absorbed in the contemplation of what they perceive in the centre of
    • contemplated in a more spiritual sense, what I have just described as
    • conception of what has just been described and transform that into an
    • it dawns on the soul that what has been described may in a certain
    • described of the Sun as absolutely concentrated in the soul of one
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    • means of which anything is described must necessarily be drawn from
    • described at the beginning of this lecture. For what lies beneath all
    • Now if all conditions remained as they were, as we described them in
    • to speak, which it would otherwise have absorbed, and is now obliged
    • intuitive visions such as those described, may come to us. On one
    • pictures in our minds like those described in the last lectures: of
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    • resignation. In the soul described in the last lecture there is
    • described as longing is an unattainable wish.
    • ascribed to a shallow-pated person, and that which is an attribute of
    • nature. And this is so imbedded in the subsoil of our Soul, that, as
    • fact that it was necessary, as has just been described, that pictures
    • Soul-life, is longing, which is the ocean-bed of our Soul. This
    • Kleist described in the most significant manner what may live within
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    • pierce through to such qualities of the reality as those described as
    • ascribed to the Spirits of Movement. To-day we shall begin with a
    • described as bringing sublimity and life into anything, however dry.
    • disprove, what must at first be described as a ‘miracle’,
    • spiritual atmosphere, may be described in many respects by saying
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    • behind in bed every night which is not taken care of by the
    • have just described can bring the influence of the spiritual
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    • across from Atlantis, as I have described elsewhere, and you
    • who like to feel good in the way I have described. All kinds
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    • unaccustomed idea. Imagine you are lying in bed and it is
    • have described.
    • dream I have described is quite typical of that kind of
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    • described by our contemporaries is like the image we have of
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    • battle similar to the one I have just described. As already
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    • friends, know of the spiritual situation I have described and
    • have spoken; they knew that the events I have described as
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    • special conditions of life described to give the children a
    • described, especially for the minds of children. Without the
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    • symbolically described in the expulsion from Paradise. In
    • from the time of the significant events I have described to
    • way I have just described, have been among human beings from
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    • have described. As I have said before, mere speculation does
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    • battle developed in the way I have described and, if we
    • blood which I have described. It is because they are at work
    • in the human blood that all the things I have described as
    • memorable events were described. You see, writing your family
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    • spoken about Christianity and described the history of Christianity,
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    • kompetent til å bedømme disse skrifter uten at
    • Enhver annen bedømmelse avvises, forsåvidt som
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    • super-sensible knowledge. Here the method described in my
  • Title: Lecture: Calendar of the Soul
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    • Nature — hence it can only be described in the form of a parable.
    • described by Venus. Other plants mirror the movement described by
    • movement described by Jupiter, others again that described by
    • will find something that might be described as the finding of the path
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    • century have been absorbed. Yes, a person feels himself in a rather
    • which he is then imbedded. We will not understand the human being
    • succumbed to the fantasy that by attributing a soul nature to the
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    • Mysterienwahrheiten und Weihnachtsimpulse. Alle Mythen und ihre Bedeutung.
    • appropriately garbed for the edification of the common
    • described the general world-situation of to-day as proceeding
    • have just described. It was one of the cardinal impulses of
    • now described.
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    • Mysterienwahrheiten und Weihnachtsimpulse. Alle Mythen und ihre Bedeutung.
    • things during my recent lectures, when I described the
    • wanted to have the sense-perceived facts simply described
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    • Mysterienwahrheiten und Weihnachtsimpulse. Alle Mythen und ihre Bedeutung.
    • the path described in
    • arise as I described in these lectures, — errors of
  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • conception, as described the day before yesterday, a world in
    • described, in the universal cosmic ether. But what we learned to
    • which I described to you. Those who pass through the portal of
    • described, the path leading into the spiritual worlds, can lead
    • behind, and in addition to what has been described to you, in
    • the manner described, we learn to know the gradual course of
    • acquainted to some extent with the things described by me, those
    • already described.
    • changes from the abstract understanding ordinarily described
    • in the manner described, but for the physical world, the forms in
    • by setting out, as described by me, from the human being, if we
    • concepts, as described today; we must rise up to the moral world
    • soul-spiritual world described in Anthroposophy developed in the
    • strictly conscientious scientific way from what I have described
  • Title: Lecture: The Supersensible in the Human Being and in the Universe
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    • face them consciously must turn towards that which is described
    • could be permeated through exercises in the manner described, did
    • knowledge of the kind described to you. But a modern human being
    • super-sensible worlds, are described in my books; for instance, in
    • attending to the exercises described in the above-mentioned
    • Anyone who pays a little attention to what I have described in my
    • exact clairvoyance, in the manner described. The will was also
    • these exercises of the past. But through the exercises described
    • accordance with the exercises described in the above-named books,
    • rendering our body transparent in the described manner and by
    • looked up to that Event which had been described to them as
    • our body transparent in the manner described so that we
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    • described by a far more conspicuous scientist, by Sir Oliver
    • photograph taken and described this act in detail. In was
    • photographs were carefully described and attention was drawn to
    • described exactly. A conscientious scientist could not find the
    • cases described to you just now, show that the longing, the great
    • undoubtedly exist and are critically described in books, so that
    • exercises, such as those recently described to you, strengthen
    • exercises, such as those recently described to you, strengthen
    • fatigue. Sleep (this can be described in one or the other way,
    • meditation, concentration and other soul exercises described in
    • understanding described in the last few days, pictures which
    • may even take on the beautiful aspect of the visions described by
    • of the will, as described in detail in anthroposophical books, we
    • in a condition which may be described by saying that the wish is
    • what we leave behind on the bed on falling asleep, is not only
    • thought we know that we leave behind on the bed our physical body
    • these morphological thoughts described to you in recent lectures
    • more and more in the exercises described in these days and
    • soul-spiritual events can therefore be described in detail, when
    • auto-suggestion, or the “second sight” described by
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    • which I have described to you just now. We modern people have
  • Title: Lecture: Man and Cosmos
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    • perceptions can approximately be described as
    • consciousness which exhaust themselves in what I have described
  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • connected with the beginning of the world, and they are described
    • history as it is generally described and accepted today, obtains
  • Title: Lecture: Knowledge Pervaded with the Experience of Love
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    • Century formed and described his ideas, shows us that he believed
    • not yet described in such a pale, cold way as is so frequently
    • being disturbed by the fact that in approaching Nature with his
    • nevertheless gave man — as I have frequently described
    • conditions which I have just described to you. The ancient Greek
    • modern culture, as described to you the day before yesterday,
    • thought, described in my
    • life of modern and ancient man. The man of older epochs absorbed
  • Title: Lecture: The Golden Legend and a German Christmas Play
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    • succumbed to Lucifer. There grows out of the whole Earth existence of
    • immediately taken up in the manner just described; the people did not
    • described was the conception of Christmas gradually developed. For
    • observance of Christmas grew into a popular custom as described, and
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    • it was described how, out of the depths of the cosmos, the universal
    • bit by bit. It was described how Lucifer approached the human being
    • was not immediately taken up in the way I have just described it,
    • described it has the Christmas thought gradually been added. What
    • described, which shows in a truly grand way how the thought of the
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    • consciousness described above dates back to a prehistoric age of
    • Time, the circle described by Ormuzd, the Spirit of Light, is what
  • Title: Lecture: Hermes
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    • mathematical concepts of Natural Science may be so deeply absorbed
    • experience which may be described as an approach to
    • described as follows: The pupil was led through the tests of Fire,
    • Egyptians ascribed their holy primal Wisdom. They said: “In
  • Title: Lecture: On the Nature of Butterflies
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    • impulses of the will. He described it all quite clearly. They then came
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    • spiritual beings described in anthroposophical literature, and a damping
    • were it not an echo of what we have described as a feeling of
    • have described as the experience of loneliness in the spiritual
    • I described
    • people are saying: “Last time he described man's experience
    • the soul world. And the intuitive and inspired consciousness described
    • When we die. for a few days — I have often described this —
    • the spiritual world and lived there in the way described. The great
  • Title: Lecture: The Experiences of Sleep and their Spiritual Background
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    • attained; they have often been explained and described here Imaginative,
    • between going to sleep and waking. I have already described this region
    • have described. Nor would there rise up from the depths of our will
    • described; nor would he ever in the waking state come to a feeling of
    • fear. After the soul has passed through what we have described as a
    • strength to hold their own against the anxiety described above. The
    • as it were, embedded. The experience of the soul during sleep is not
    • of the previous day the power I have described. Since the time of the
    • onward from the stage of sleep just described, man enters upon a stage
    • described how they may be named. Today I want to describe them to you
    • individual consciousness, in order that he may not be disturbed by
    • ‘unconscious.’ Having thus described man's unconscious
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    • described above.
    • have when I have described a lion as a specimen of his kind. The
    • that which has been described above works out in detail, yet
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    • is of the same nature as these. We have absorbed it from our
    • developed that which has now been described as passing on
    • of soul such as has been described. Should it be aroused by
  • Title: Lecture: The Elementary Kingdoms
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    • etheric body lie upon the bed. But this physical body is very
    • physical body lies on the bed, in the human being is asleep?
    • described first, did not descend even as far as the astral
  • Title: Lecture: 'Goethe's Faust' from the Point of View of Spiritual Science
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    • facts shall have been named and described, a feeling, quite
    • absorbed quite ordinary ideas from his environment as any
    • young student, even in those days. He therefore absorbed all
    • crazy. They were medieval writings, and Goethe absorbed their
    • and the things it absorbed from the outer world. It is therefore
    • globe which is described by natural science, but has within it
    • described, becomes there a living fact.
  • Title: Lecture: Birth of the Light
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    • child as it is described in St. John's Gospel. How shall we
  • Title: Lecture: Galileo, Giordano Bruno, and Goethe
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    • the builder of St. Peter's, was almost on his deathbed. This
    • described the most complicated movements — circles
    • situation which we have described above, Goethe saw the
  • Title: Lecture: On the Occasion of Goethe's Birthday
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    • accomplish the closing of the circle described yesterday.
    • ascribed to motion, — in the eyes of those acquainted
    • this book has appeared, in which attraction is ascribed to
    • or energy absorbed or taken into our system in food and
    • to a sick-bed and during that time wrote down the thoughts
    • absorbed in the things lying open to us. Goethe can give us
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    • opposite of what has been described. The comparison has been
    • you will have seen that one can look, in the way described,
  • Title: Lecture: Factors of Karma, Deficiencies in Psychoanalysis
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    • — which, it appears, a theologian recently described
    • imbedded in the basic slime; for that which is imbedded
    • is, what is imbedded in it as a real ‘seed of the soul.’
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    • magnificently described. He himself is in the first train to
    • we have described a case which shows us the fulfilment of
    • course, be described. We describe how he goes through the
    • described. But the accused, during the proceedings, behaves in
    • ‘judge’ is very well described in this short story.
    • is a knock at the door of his bedroom. In comes the convict
    • very minute when he visited him in his bedroom.
    • Berger is not the same man whom I described to you before. I
  • Title: Lecture: Hereditary Impulses and Impulses from Previous Earth Lives
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    • place which I have so often described in outline in a certain
    • obedient to the spiritual message of the time,
    • purposes which they pursued in the way I recently described to
    • — how right were they when they described the doctrines
    • outlines what the Chinese spirit is. Mill and Herzen described
    • such lengths as I described: While they possess the occult
  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of Man to the Hierarchies
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    • we have often described before. We know that the Archai or
    • human evolution. For when the soul is benumbed the Ego is
    • present time — most tellingly described. Such
    • by-ways as are there described are connected with the false
    • words so long as the words were such as I have now described
    • account. Newcomb and Watt must be described as the
    • described it, and how from the other side this karma must
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of Christ in the Human Soul
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    • spiritual pillars upon which are inscribed the two great
    • which cannot be described otherwise than by saying that man in
  • Title: Lecture: The Mysteries (Die Geheimnisse)
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    • just described. Goethe first invites us to follow the
    • significance) — and when he has climbed the mountain he
    • submitted obediently to every demand of his parents. He obeyed
    • That in obedience ne'er he should be failing;
    • For everything shall be described with care.
    • Obedient, peaceful and by prayer bestirred;
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    • the bed, and float outside them. Now imagine that in this condition
    • described as Zeitgeist, in these words: “Repent, change
    • activity we have already described as the activity of the Archangels.
    • the Beings who might be described as the inspirers — or if we
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 2. Normal and abnormal Archangels and Time Spirits.
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    • quite realistically the etheric body of the human being embedded in
    • effect, described the full scope of the most important work of the
    • described, other mysterious Beings who are related to the Archangels
    • were Beings such as the Folk Spirits we have described today. That
    • sentiment and temperament and those just described — i.e. not
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 3. The inner Life of the Folk Spirits. Formation of the Races.
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    • have already described them in their external aspect as Beings two
    • inwardly permeated with what I have just described, to that extent
    • described yesterday. We have also described how the abnormal Spirits
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    • described, he becomes Earth-bound, he becomes closely associated
    • lives. I have already described how man departed from the laws of the
    • process. The curve of development which we have already described
    • impoverishment is illustrated in what I have already described,
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    • those Beings whom we have described as belonging to the Hierarchies
    • mission is exactly as I have described it. The secret of this mission
    • considering Earth-existence in this way we first described thinking,
    • and we described as the special task of the Spirits of Form the
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 6. The Five Root Races of Mankind.
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    • Spirits of Will, the Cherubim and Seraphim, which we described
    • Form cooperate in such a way that what we described in Lecture Four
    • Spirits of Form — those Beings who, as I described yesterday,
    • described at the close of the last lecture.
    • old American Indians the process of ossification described above is
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 7. Advance of Folk Spirits to the Rank of Time Spirits.
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    • high mission in the manner already described. This Time Spirit worked
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    • remarkable way. It was described as a Divine Initiation. The means by
    • Teutonic peoples is described as follows: before acquiring this
    • described in the Teutonic mythology where it says that the ‘I’
    • Atlantean epoch is described as a continuation of earlier epochs and
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    • same as the one described before, but death would have supervened
    • does the myth say? Man has succumbed to the influence of Loki, and
    • man will then see, the Initiates described to him as a vision of the
    • powers. They described to him this vision of the future as seen by
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 10. The Mission of Individual Peoples and Cultures in the Past, Present and Future.
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    • delimited course. This circumscribed course was unmistakably echoed
    • in the Chinese culture, a culture circumscribed by the Great Wall and
    • described them, but we find it remarkably anticipated in the diverse
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    • described. We may also be aware that the spiritual life at the time
    • the historical Christ into the Procrustean bed of a confessional
    • circumscribed by Eastern traditions, nor be coloured by the dogmas of
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    • before us, as if inscribed in letters of gold, when we began some
    • that along with material substance spiritual life is absorbed into
    • and more absorbed in a way by the tendencies represented in the three
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    • of human development, the soul was robbed of its ancient clairvoyant
    • The forces which you find described in my little book
    • Science. Today we are again beginning in the way I have described in
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    • rather like what I have just described as regards the physical world.
    • Knowledge of one's own astral body has to be described in quite
    • is an occult sign; one can meditate on such signs; I have described
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    • be wrong if one were to apply what I have just described for the
    • ‘Christ-ened’, have meanwhile absorbed the Christ
    • the Indian epoch, have also meanwhile absorbed the Christ Impulse,
    • spirituality because the other Angels whom I have described are
    • individualities of the hierarchies we have described — an
    • I have described in the book
    • I have just said about Venus, I have at the same time described what
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    • the chemical forces described in the text-books, all the forces at
    • described. From this monologue you can get an idea of what really
    • gods. Hence he ascribed what he bore within him to what were called
    • of followers, described in mythology as sileni, fauns and other like
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    • be dubbed sentimental, dreamy, fantastic, but which nevertheless was
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    • ordinary science is accustomed; here things are so described that
    • know also. But Silenus is described to us as a wise individual. We
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    • the figure there described, the figure we know as Capesius. We know
    • be described in the following way. When the human being cultivates
    • must come to know more closely what it is that I have just described
    • described could enter into human life. It streamed into human
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    • matter described by the geologists or the mineralogists or the
    • constitute it as an organism in which we are embedded.
    • prepared through the two Jesus children, as is described in my little book
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    • described gives rise to an attempt to penetrate along the esoteric
    • which we have closely described in the last two lectures as the
  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of Raphael in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • gods who were described so gloriously by Homer nearly 1000 years before
    • Transfiguration which stood unfinished by his death bed.”
    • in order to avenge his relatives. He is described to us as he rides
    • in a work by Raphael, we feel the scene as described by the historian
    • described, it held converse with the eternal mysteries of the genesis
    • imbibed by Rome, lives on there; Rome is permeated through and through
    • I have already described
    • to a twofold continuation of life, one aspect of which has been described
    • in previous lectures here, and will be still further described, and
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    • by the lecturer, by an unknown translator. And, it was transcribed
    • now tell you must be described absolutely as a hypothesis, just because
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    • by the lecturer, by an unknown translator. And, it was transcribed
    • only produced the special episodes which are described in the Iliad
    • alone woo Brunnhilde. And in what a remarkable way are described such
    • figures as Brunnhilde of Iceland, and Siegfried: Siegfried is described
    • just been described. Such a consciousness which could survey the past,
    • wrath is described as the wrath of Achilles is described in the Iliad.
    • which is the transformation of the physical body, and they ascribed
    • which appear first as primitive forces just as they are described in
    • have looked upon the Beings of their own nationality as described in
    • as that ascribed to Väinemöinen that such an instrument is
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    • Archangels are described: Michael in autumn at Michaelmas, Gabriel in
    • described in pictorial terms. One has to speak in this way of these
    • “signposts” there in the astral light, inscribed in
    • inscribed in highly significant spiritual script:
    • significant for man, are inscribed, as I have said, in the astral
    • men are shining like glow-worms in the way I have described, then the
    • described, the majestic image of Michael and the Dragon will arise
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    • Archangels are described: Michael in autumn at Michaelmas, Gabriel in
    • have to do with a drop of quicksilver in the cosmos. Embedded as it
    • definitely to a spherical form. Embedded in the whole sphere are the
    • added the mercurial process, as I have described it in connection
    • everything I have just described is impregnated with ash, something
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    • Archangels are described: Michael in autumn at Michaelmas, Gabriel in
    • the Intuition described in my book,
    • have described, and births could therefore take place only towards
    • in the way I have described, at a time when man himself had as yet
    • I have described exists in architectural and sculptured form, and when
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    • Archangels are described: Michael in autumn at Michaelmas, Gabriel in
    • described must come in: the elemental spirits of the Earth must soar
    • described. I told you what the sword of Michael is made of, and
    • goes on in the Earth during winter, as I have described. The
    • described. And against this background a living picture of the
    • described should find artistic expression, on the one hand, in
    • Earth, as I have described it. All this would have to be not in any
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    • Archangels are described: Michael in autumn at Michaelmas, Gabriel in
    • four great cosmic Imaginations, as I described them to you —
    • Being who has to be described in this way — and can be
    • described in no other way — there proceed forces which
    • the forces of nature in spring, as I have described. I had to show
    • out of the Sun-gold radiating from Uriel, as I described yesterday.
    • have described, their effects are active in human beings
    • within his skin, with his organs embedded in his body, feels
    • have described are indeed full of mystery. But this is not so when
    • described for you in the four pictures. And if we have arrived at
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    • described are Jesus in the Essene community, the conversation between
    • highly cultured men who had absorbed the sublime Ideas of
    • the time when Christ worked in the way I have described, is
    • described to us, somewhat unintelligibly to begin with, as the
    • From the event of Pentecost pours the stream that has been described.
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    • described are Jesus in the Essene community, the conversation between
    • experience which may be described by saying: one learns to read
    • It appears before one like a word inscribed in the Cosmos, like
    • as I have described it. And if anyone were to say: it is
    • that they were as I have described them. For in the
    • consciousness of Peter, what I have now described was, in very
    • body, before the Mystery of Golgotha? This can be described in
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    • described are Jesus in the Essene community, the conversation between
    • to the Christ Being, we must conceive the event described as
    • feel anguish like a man. This is also described in the other
    • god-begotten power ebbed from Him. There before us is the
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    • described are Jesus in the Essene community, the conversation between
    • — the child who is described at the beginning of
    • the occasion I have described. When Jesus of Nazareth had come
    • his moral principles, by his obedience in worshipping the
    • Jesus of Nazareth in the way that has been described.
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    • described are Jesus in the Essene community, the conversation between
    • so having turned our minds yesterday to the period described,
    • mother ... Hillel is described as a man of gentle and mild
    • telling her of the experience I described in the lecture
    • then there took place the event I have often described
    • other Gods and acknowledge me! And Lucifer described all the
    • Christ Jesus was able to perform the deeds described in the
    • described. And so very soon a band of such disciples had
    • getting to know our teachings, transcribed and carried them off
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    • Here, the four Platonic Virtues (described in The Republic)
    • harmony with itself. Much else could be described, in order gradually
    • form. Here the soul is absorbed into bodily desire, and we live
    • absorbed into the physical. If we go further to the virtues embraced
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    • thinking and freedom that I have described. It is no longer
    • find the systematic exercises described in greater detail
    • up ordinary thinking in the way described. By doing so, we
    • exercises of the soul, described in the books I have named.
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    • as I have described, you need not be in any way dependent
    • psychic activity is entirely absorbed into it. For the duration
    • shows us. This will be described more fully in the next few
    • “mind's eye” is opened in the way I have described
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    • manifest. What I have described to you, the awakening of
    • that he found himself increasingly absorbed into a lasting
    • have now described to you many of the features that the modern
    • described as those gained from modern science — not just
    • find the way into the spiritual world which I described two
    • you try, in the manner I have described, to rise to a spiritual
    • organism from within, as I described the day before
    • temporal in the way I have described. But if by
    • described to you as a harmonious unity of religion, art
    • scientific thinking I have described today. In Soloviev,
    • that will have lively imaginal thinking as I have described it
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    • can be described by a kind of spiritual geography —
    • Against what I have thus described as the spiritual geography
    • proletarian class in particular has absorbed into its
    • spiritual world, as I have described; that we can see by means
    • in the West, man is described as he eats and drinks (I say this
    • preaching and sacrificing is operative what I have described as
    • operates what I have described as the attitude of the
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    • can be described by saying: any view of life and the world that
    • we have absorbed from outside. Here again, we must look
    • there can in turn arise that other endeavour I have described
    • empty consciousness as I have described, advance further and
    • shades. From the image-content our soul has absorbed from the
    • forgotten in the experiment I have described. Elsewhere in
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    • powers are specially adapted to the purposes I have described,
    • development of the soul such as I have described. Immediately,
    • say. We took it from authority; we absorbed it with respect. At
    • absorbed with our whole being. It was then drawn down
    • as a human whole, in the way I have described. As a result, he
    • remains essentially undisturbed by the Waldorf School. It
    • is not disturbed, any more than a plant placed in the ground
    • his social environment, man absorbed from it something that
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    • entities, the impulses from which are absorbed into their
    • absorbed a disposition towards the kind of systematization of
    • described here in the last few days. A similar approach will be
    • old instinctive spiritual vision, as I have described in the
    • described.
    • instincts, which they ascribed to the particular quality of the
    • ancient Oriental impulses I have described still operate in an
    • persisted whose features, if we described them without
    • the impulses I have described; Western economic systems have
    • he later absorbed from juridical thinking and feeling. Even so,
    • have described. The ideas appropriate to the third current are
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    • personality what they absorbed in the cognitive and social
    • absorbed labour into its being, since it regarded labour and
    • every side in the way I have described in the last few days.
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    • have described as the specific force of modern times. Our
    • frequently happens — that people have described to the
    • England. This has always been recognized and described.
    • been described in the last few days, and what has emerged in
    • life, on foundations such as I have described, combining the
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    • disturbed by the social aftermath of the Great War, I published my book
    • impulse — subsequently absorbed into a faith in the
    • underground, the democratic attitude I have described was
    • since it has been accurately described by many people. We can
    • have indicated earlier, absorbed into the juridical
    • life, in the shape of education, to be absorbed completely into
    • associated with the law. Economic activity, too, was absorbed
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    • by the lecturer, by an unknown translator. And, it was transcribed
    • I have just described, the life within ones own sense-organs and blood
    • described in
    • described.
    • Century in the life of mankind. As the first clairvoyance described
    • even if it cannot be described with the exactitude and precision of
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    • by the lecturer, by an unknown translator. And, it was transcribed
    • have just described, the life within ones own sense organs and
    • concentration described in
    • described.
    • the life of mankind. As the first clairvoyance described here was
    • first half of the 19th Century — even if it cannot be described
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    • by the lecturer, by an unknown translator. And, it was transcribed
    • was not to be ascribed to the Sun, the 2nd incarnation of the
    • Earth, but has to be ascribed to the present Sun,
    • thought, so a spirit had to think who had absorbed in his soul
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    • Steiner most likely described how every person lives
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    • by the lecturer, by an unknown translator. And, it was transcribed
    • within the limits of a rigid, blind obedience. We see the
    • by the impulse just described. Study such a wonderful revival
    • rightly be described as disappointed.
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    • shall choose a feeling many of you know, which can be described by
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    • absorbed a number of the scientific ideas of the present age:
    • point of view just described. It is not my task here to speak for or
    • But a certain importance is ascribed even to them. You know
    • through the rocks, are absorbed by the Snake which thereby becomes
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    • on his whole life, and once more sat down and described Faust's
    • Frankfort in a frame of mind which can be described in the
    • was described at the beginning of to-day's lecture. We see a man
    • find that what is described by Goethe, can be really experienced by
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    • We find Faust ‘bedded on flowery turf, fatigued,
    • really does grow into that world which is described as the
    • initiation, described yesterday, was opened by a particular event.
    • He read a passage in Plutarch, where is described how the
    • is described in the subsequent scenes shows him to be really the
    • being absorbed entirely by the spiritual world, so, once more, what
    • deeds man is only embedded, play the chief part. He sees again how
    • Goethe tells in his poem that he has inscribed as
    • cannot be described in terms of the former. Material words are
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    • described by saying: Mercury was working in that person.
    • to-day forms the bed of the Atlantic Ocean — right across
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    • described, a high spiritual conception of things, their
    • described to you, man stood in an altogether different relation
    • young people, such as I have described, suffered from its own
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    • described, five great successive epochs of civilisation,
    • then, as we have described in an earlier lecture, a memory that
    • to-day I will set before you the events that I described
    • human existence which I have just described, we find him at
    • described in my
    • that I described, but instead in a somewhat uncertain way, he
    • succumbed to the first temptation that assailed him and fell
    • described and who together bring to expression the mental and
    • incarnation that we have described they were unable just
    • Besides the silicic acid, there was imbedded also in this
    • the way I have described. Each single human being felt himself
    • described it for the Platonic teaching in my book
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    • fluid element — which I described yesterday as a
    • described — the entry of the Nature-elemental kingdoms,
    • have described to you able to perceive a difference between the
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    • described him for you as he was in the Gilgamesh time; and now
    • Mysteries in the Gilgamesh time, as I have described to you. We
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    • for man. I described them as the physical world; a transition world
    • the very first lectures of this course, when I described the
    • have often described as the Age of Michael. To-day I want to
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    • being can therefore be described as that which is subject to
    • period from the 15th century until now may be described as an
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    • the manner I have described, — among all the words in
    • difficult than the access to the Holy Graal, as described in
    • a civilisation as I have just described to you. We stand here
    • have described, although the memory can only be created in the
    • him. He beheld inscribed into the flames: The Jealousy of the
    • inscribed in the flames another word: The Jealousy of Man. In
    • manner I have described to you.
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    • things are not, after all, as I have described.
    • glimpse into the spiritual world such as I have described may
    • the spiritual world can be described. Here there must be a
    • scientific thoughts of to-day which, as I have described, lead
    • succumbed to materialistic ideas that are unworthy of the Gods,
    • every day but I think that all those who climbed the hill and
    • scene that I have described to you — the scene that is so
    • become aware of and avow your obedience to this voice from the
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    • have minutely described what I might call the technique of such
    • may be described as follows: When we call to mind only
    • way I have described, we finally come to the point where we
    • from the one described before. You see, in ordinary
    • content of the tableau, as I have described it, attained by
    • described it in this way in my book “Theosophy” and
    • described as the etheric world, where one flows together with
    • described it, events appear that have not existed in the
    • already described, I have called attention to the necessity of
    • who has come in the way described first to the invigoration of
    • described. Love must be intensified, And when this love is
    • earth-life, in the way described, that it is the eternal in the
    • of knowledge which will lead to the vision I have described to
    • described can be understood by anyone with good common
    • with his healthy, free human spirit, undisturbed by
    • not described very well today will be described better and
    • described it to you, is something that appears more fleetingly.
    • can then try to strengthen it in the way I have described. But
    • the way I have described, and sees how the pre-earthly forces
    • described. That structure which came from the same sources as
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    • inner being. We must be quite clear that what is described as the
    • through those exercises which you can find described in my various
    • is only because the consciousness of our ego is absorbed unjustly
    • described as a delusion of life; after the Mystery of Golgotha it
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    • sprouting, which arrest processes of growth. What is embedded
    • awaking to the extent to which we can embed the processes of
    • described from the most varied aspects. Then the experiences
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    • by the lecturer, by an unknown translator. And, it was transcribed
    • the way described and in the beings in them. We send our
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    • what may be described by the word interest, or
    • described as apathy and which, if it alone were to hold sway,
    • truth. A man is described, who gave freely of his
    • described as human love accompanied by human understanding.
    • and is absorbed by it.
    • often described by saying: There are people in Berlin who eat
    • was often described by the Greeks in the words: “All
    • now consider what we have described as instinctive temperance
    • described, they shall build up a covering round the
    • described, by inclining to one side or the other, to change
    • attained which has been described as the formation of the
    • great immortal individual in the way above described, that
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    • to an extent that can hardly be ascribed to any other
    • that he absorbed many a scientific concept of his time. After
    • to be the most important in the world. But he had absorbed all
    • An Intermaxillary Bone Is to Be Ascribed to Man as Well as
    • previously described the limitations of a knowledge of nature
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    • see that a clearly prescribed karma leads the boy of six or
    • with which he described his life to us, to find fault with it
    • isolation that I have described in reference to Goethe, those
    • great world conception, ascribed by Goethe to Faust! Only
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    • reality already described. Here it must be stated that,
    • just suppose that what I have described regarding Goethe
    • external world occurs as has been described, it makes itself
    • this he also needed what I described yesterday as the time of
    • with human life; it may be described somewhat as follows. We
    • I have described. Just imagine, however, that all those who in
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    • about as described and was disappearing during the fourth
    • has absorbed; that is, if he now plays the role of a reformer
    • an individual creates in his vocation, as I have described, was
    • accessible to the kind of influence that I have just described.
    • described.
    • external sphere as we have described it. To follow this line of
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    • After he has built a bridge, which is again described in a
    • life. Now we have described a case that shows us how karma is
    • it may be accelerated as in the case described by Eyth, or it
    • this man described in a remarkable way what he had observed in
    • previously described. For a number of years he belonged to the
    • similar to those I have just described. But the defendent in
    • judge is exceedingly well described in this story. He had not
    • bedroom!
    • writer I previously described; I introduced him only as an
    • described well the very nerve of the fifth post-Atlantean
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    • time lie those processes I have often described in mere
    • have described, to prevent human beings from attaining clarity
    • described the way that will be taken by a European culture
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    • reverent relationship and most obedient subjection that is due
    • procuresses thrust into my hands. Finally, I climbed aboard one
    • science and absorbed its results with great enthusiasm. It made
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    • suggested would have to be described if we should wish to
    • a dark picture, described in a remarkable fashion, of our immediate
    • present. Such false paths as are there described are connected
    • described. In later times this power was no longer present. But
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    • has been described.
    • this is often described even among theosophists, generally
    • find described in my
    • described as something actually hostile to man. The truth is
    • love with the dead person cannot remain undisturbed. Only
    • described in the most detailed manner how this bridge to his
    • I previously described to you. But now let me ask you to look
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    • eternity. Because all that I have described to you is so,
    • this something being absorbed, sucked up by the existence of
    • the image. Now what is thus absorbed is not alone in the
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    • are to understand the important things now to be described,
    • secondly, everything described in
    • described. (see below on left of diagram.) That would
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    • that point of time described in these lectures, the time at
    • if the physical man is described this is done by saying that
    • with the spirit-land as you will find it described in
    • have often described this — that in ancient days men had
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    • kind from the bed-rock of general economics. What was the
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    • described, that these imaginations no longer arise out of the
    • spiritual world as I have described. Irresponsible statements
    • science of spirit a lot of nonsense. It is described there from
    • what is described there as moral fantasy is a part of what
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    • based on land and obedience evolved out of the old estates and
    • because he himself described it to me on many occasions.
    • Wilson could offer no greater proof of what he described as
    • history, but he described all the forces, which he did
    • have previously described this as imaginative knowledge,
    • naturally takes part in the various epochs I have described. He
    • history will be described in such a way that we confront
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    • even contemporary witnesses have described the scene —
    • I have often described the main essentials that have to be
    • and concentration are described in the books mentioned above),
    • What I have described here about ordinary life, where it
    • of such exercises as have been described brings about a quite
    • to train the powers of the soul in the way I have described.
    • everything. And they described the moment when the soul can
    • that it has been transformed in the way I have described, we
    • described as leading to this significant experience. Only in
    • following the exercises described in my book Knowledge of
    • do the exercises that have been described. But before we can
    • experience I described as the approach of the scientist of
    • spirit to the gate of death. This one can be described as
    • person who undertakes the exercises described knows that the
    • following this path I have described, the scientist of spirit
    • When these two factors I have described are united, they become
    • described, is united as activity within this new consciousness.
    • described, becomes aware of other consciousnesses he now meets.
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    • Attainment,” and in other books as well, I have described
    • achieved through practice; I have described particular
    • carried out in the way I have described. If a man really
    • anthroposophical knowledge is described. And then, when in this
    • what is meant by the great picture of our lives described here,
    • have described as an enhanced power of thought, which is
    • been described. It is necessary to observe that although one
    • completely absorbed in the subject of this concentration. It
    • life, which I have described, after it has been present to the
    • in a life picture, as I have described. One must be entirely
    • two regions I have described, the thought of intention and the
    • that has been described. The whole of nature then becomes
    • the higher faculties that I have described. Through this
    • supersensory in the way I have described, can come to
    • What has to be attempted can be described in this way: The
    • been described in detail in lectures and writings in connection
    • Intuitive knowledge as I have described these today from the
    • the basis of knowledge in the way I have described today, it
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    • that it is Oskar Hertwig who refutes what he had absorbed as
    • kind of meditation normally described and which is nothing more
    • and described in my books for the cultivation of the mind, we
    • be described here. We have a mood or feeling of expectancy; we
    • such as I have just described, we know that we do not have only
    • described. We now know that we have something in ourselves in
    • similar to the development of the mind that I have described.
    • various exercises that are described, and it becomes
    • etheric body, in the way I have described.
    • described.
    • ways described above. And this can be proved by what has
    • as I have described as awakening as if out of our everyday
    • described in its first beginnings, when systematically carried
    • soul in the way that it has been described. Just as we grow
    • into the spiritual world, as I have described. But the
    • This is precisely what I have described today! Of course, this
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    • previous development. You find this evolution described In my
    • for the whole of humanity. You will find such things described
    • although from a far distance.” And now he described
    • I have just described. Books are written, form instance, much
    • differentiations as I have described. Therefore it is
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    • bedecked the , because it is the revelation of the Luciferic
    • voluptuaries entirely absorbed in their own
    • described from a certain point of view in the last lecture as
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    • and frequently enough described by me.
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    • which I have often described.
    • World” and has absorbed something of what is contained
    • also absorbed the thing itself, whereas, as a matter of fact,
    • years that facts which have been described should have been
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    • territorial consciousness already described.
    • have described is a reality, even if men to-day know nothing
    • in a healthy way are not dead and benumbed as appears to be
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    • were your growth undisturbed by a higher life? We come to the
    • different forms as, shall we say, crystals in their rock bed,
    • which because they are in that rocky bed have their surfaces
    • conception has killed the young peasant or anyway benumbed
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    • them, that artistic creative power might be disturbed by any
    • Everything that the artist has absorbed in life works on as
    • of the seer in connection with art can be described
    • just described. To begin with, as we have heard, this new
    • the processes described above. When the balance is very
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    • very great deal of knowledge is absorbed from the world outside and
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    • what may be described by the word interest, or
    • described as apathy and which, if it alone were to hold sway,
    • truth. A man is described, who gave freely of his
    • described as human love accompanied by human understanding.
    • and is absorbed by it.
    • often described by saying: There are people in Berlin who eat
    • was often described by the Greeks in the words: “All
    • now consider what we have described as instinctive temperance
    • described, they shall build up a covering round the
    • described, by inclining to one side or the other, to change
    • attained which has been described as the formation of the
    • great immortal individual in the way above described, that
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    • — in the sense in which I have described it here —
    • described had happened, nevertheless at the time of the Mystery
    • described in
    • Supper as it is described in the Bible — has naturally no
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    • other men, as all the beings who have just been described
    • you find so beautifully described in the Bible. And so,
    • described as the history of Christian development is a
    • pointed out and described where those personalities had sat who
    • mediation to assure him that the Christ existed. He described
    • He described Him as something like a leader of a
    • described as vassals of a Germanic prince. All the external
    • centuries of Christendom just described the power of judgment
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    • natural sciences actually climbed and arrived at the point of
    • moves as in the described example into the center of his
    • described, and from the deep silence of the soul he meets the
    • stage of his super-sensible cognition, as I have described it,
    • described earlier, where you feel that the time-body is already
    • are described in detail in the books mentioned — you
    • he will have what I have described as a higher knowledge
    • yes — we have lost along the way, as I have described.
    • after he gives an account of his method, as I have described
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    • was often described. Up to the
    • experienced it herself, she described the beauty of creation
    • been described to her; she had gained inner strength and
    • who have absorbed spiritual knowledge because they need
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    • described in exact terms by means of modern spiritual
    • has probed deeply into
    • of scientists believes that sensation should be ascribed also
    • ” What is here described is of immense significance,
    • kind of sentient life just described. But a person's
    • external world made inward through the brain are absorbed by
    • absorbed by his blood. Incredible as it may seem to the
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    • you will find that substances are perpetually being absorbed
    • are simply absorbed. Consciousness only arises when there is
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    • and is best described as a sum of forces or currents of
    • taken money from a cashbox; greatly disturbed, they thought
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    • absorbed by our life processes to build up the organism
    • What is absorbed in this way not only strengthens but
    • foodstuff can be absorbed because, through recurrent
    • processes similar to the one described, we have become immune
    • must be absorbed and digested. Anthroposophy is not something
    • can be absorbed and digested they make a person strong. Only
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    • this time leave undisturbed what should develop naturally of
    • that of the child. Processes of nature must be described in
    • external aspects are described. But a seed contains not only
    • should not merely be shown and described, the child should
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    • startled that he grabbed a weapon.
    • disturbed, becomes conscious of itself, it leads to idiocy. A
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    • left undisturbed, our primary concern must be to do what is
    • described cannot unfold. We find instead what is called the
    • if spiritual science has been absorbed and understood. When
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    • Bringing rhythm into life, this is also described as
    • the ordinary breath, just described, shows how necessary the
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    • awe, the onlooker experienced a mood described once by Goethe
    • told in sagas and myths wherein is described how conditions
    • described than in the words:
    • Though described in prosaic terms, these phenomena hide
    • wife represents the consciousness described as that of
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    • prescribed length for the condition to last was three and
    • describing the rules of initiation. There was described the
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    • have climbed to ever higher stages of knowledge, worldwide and
    • described as the “Theosophical Way” is in a beginning
    • cannot be described. It is based on what happens, not on words, but
    • outside in the world as a founding what has been described here as a
    • is. For not one attribute described here today can pertain to the
    • he described his theories based on the “revelations” made
    • vegetable colors unfolded in glowing brilliance; plants were rubbed
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    • men felt in one another, and they brought about the obedience
    • these experiences were immediately absorbed by the
    • that has been described to you, how that during sleep the
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    • before Christ, and who were men who had already absorbed a
    • absorbed the spark of Christ. Also Moses belongs to them. But
    • the Ego of the ether people had not yet absorbed this
    • poured out by Him will all be absorbed, so that when one man
    • earth, all men will have absorbed what I brought down to the
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    • that this encounter which I have described to you, that is, the surging
    • runs so that the blood flows out so to say, and is there only then absorbed
    • disturbed and if conditions would arise, by which the relation is then
    • namely that the right beat together is disturbed in a special way. Such
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    • I have described to you up to now. Namely we would have to be beings
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    • walked over a meadow, or through the woods, because he absorbed into
    • first absorbed, which had been enlivened in the woods, enlivened on
    • rubbed it in the right way in your whole human being, then you will
    • as I described.
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    • bed, I would stay there forever.” He confessed this
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    • his inner being what he had absorbed in those particular
    • Faust is what Goethe had absorbed in his inner being and
    • dimmed consciousness. I have often described that. Human
    • free to get up and go to bed whenever we want to. People get up
    • in the morning and go to bed in the evening. There is no
    • to bed, freedom is obviously out of the question. You
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    • way I have described this here has actually been applicable to
    • described was not invention, for to them gold really appeared
    • continues along the lines described, then in order to do
    • fully conscious of what I have just described. People must
    • described. Yet that things can be different is a
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    • ponder the How” (Das was bedenke, mehr bedenke
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    • They were translated by an unknown translator, and transcribed by an
    • I described, comes to expression in what a child carried into
    • described yesterday.
    • the impulses we have absorbed in the economic life (yellow
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    • which we have often described by saying that, since the fifteenth century,
    • often described. Let us look at very important characteristic in the
    • has knowledge only of external processes — I have often described
    • is hindered in the way already described, he goes through the experience
    • described during these last days. (see Z-269) Then man will begin to
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    • Now here I have described
    • described. Now, naturally, I cannot read out to you for hours at a time
    • age have absorbed only those concepts offered them by science.
    • practice of ceremonies prescribed in certain ancient rituals. He should
    • the Monastery of Ubede. In 1675 Benedict XIII canonised the "ecstatic
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    • be described by pointing to the way in which an on-rolling spiritual
    • things cannot be appropriately described in any other way. For when
    • himself to what is described in Knowledge of the Higher Worlds,
    • be described by saying: actually (you will forgive me, I know, for putting
    • is described by natural scientists or zoologists; just think of it being
    • imagine you were taken into a world described in books, where there
    • was nothing more than what is described in books; it would indeed be
    • appear very ghostly, not so much so as when described by the natural
    • world, which then after death we observe. For actually a circle is described
    • ever nearer the cosmic midnight, described in my mystery play, (see
    • out such things as are described in Knowledge of the Higher Worlds.
    • as described in my Occult Science, you can follow this evolution
    • the Roman Catholic Church as I described it to you yesterday, denies
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    • bed whereas with the Ego and the astral body we fly out, if I can put
    • spiritual world that, in the sense in which I have described it, is
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    • described and was then permeated by the spirit of the Christ; as Christ-Jesus
    • be described as seeking a personal relation to Christ Jesus in contrast
    • come to a comparatively high point. They absorbed into their still primitive
    • minds absorbed intimately, personally, what in a changed human nature
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    • but absorbed into the Latin nature, still there in the language and
    • shaping of what we described yesterday; there was within it the last
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    • These revelations become absorbed just like facts on the
    • blood. The distinction of these described beings is namely that
    • astral bodies are embedded. A kind of egg shape is this body,
    • animals are imbedded in the I-Being, who has a definite
    • in the way it is embedded in the astral world and how this
    • of the plant is embedded in this astrality. What is peculiar is
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    • our human body is surrounded by an aura, embedded in this
    • When you present to your soul exactly what is described in the
    • development of the earth is described, which can appear quite
    • described, at various things in the spiritual scientific fields
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    • which has been described. We must painfully, really painfully, realise,
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    • which, as described by Goethe, he has passed through up to
    • way chemical processes were described in olden days, the way
    • was made and this is described: “And when he had
    • right quantity then what is here described will make its
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    • this was all described very exactly in the man continued: now
    • remains in bed.
    • explain that all here described shows that the soul pictured
    • No sword that hath not stabbed i’ the back the
    • interested. Goethe also knew that Nikolai had described it,
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    • had absorbed from natural science, and by the deepening of
    • might be described as both philosophical and theosophical,
    • he has absorbed. He lives in a living, spiritual element of
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    • described in materialistic natural science as the germ-cell
    • what is the Rhine? Is the Rhine the trough, the bed? But no
    • think of the bed as the Rhine. When you use the word
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    • love — worship — mania. It could not be described
    • postAtlantean epoch is well described in Ricarda Huch's book,
    • robbed, and now she hears all that is being said of her. It
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    • already described some aspects of this fact. Forces there
    • are destructive. We have described, how since the last third
    • described. No age was ever so little enlightened about itself
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    • luminous self-knowledge just described.
    • weaving element I have described) so that he too could stand
    • time wove into man what can be described, pictured, as the
    • sceptical indeed; He ascribed all kinds of good qualities to
    • a more or less spiritual fashion, or as I have described it,
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    • when it comes to art. This increasingly disturbed Goethe and
    • feelings of the kind that Goethe described in his chapter on
    • absorbed — to the possibility of a right representation of
    • opposed his science that I have described to you. And from
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    • men climbed a mountain, for instance, they did not merely
    • there when the pulse of the moonlight throbbed in tune with
    • previously described shell-chariots of Galatea. The Psylli
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    • be described by saying: The one boundary makes it clear that
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    • described it in my book “Knowledge of Higher
    • described. — Imagine that at a certain time of day you
    • which one sees in the described way like a great but concrete
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    • embedded in the soul-spiritual. Mankind developed only
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    • way the events described by the art historian are depicted by
    • originate in a being so circumscribed that his every act is
    • descended from one who was of the standard described? Never! We
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    • outlook, even of the people who lived in the above described
    • those human beings ascribed
    • people whom I have now described. For if they had done so, the
    • so, beginning in the time which I have now described, we
    • people whom I described above felt themselves intimately
    • have just described. That was a time when people could still
    • Averroes, or others of that stream of thought which I described
    • such as I have now described.
    • certain nights they lie on their beds and listen to the void,
    • ghosts of which I have now spoken, they have absorbed deep
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    • described according to the pattern of what is experienced from the
    • than was formerly the case. I have described the time through which
    • experiences described. It is as though man were placed before the
    • consciously, by means of the experiences described, what takes place
    • sense described above) by the spiritual world, being drawn to it with
    • all the conditions described have been fulfilled by the achievements
    • because all his thinking is absorbed in words. This is a fundamental
    • I have described — either in such a way that they are inwardly
    • We know how the Spiritual in man is gradually absorbed by other
    • through birth in such a way that through the processes described he
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    • have described — the old Athenian Schools of Philosophy were
    • described by anthropologists, historians, or even journalists. Their
    • I described in the last lecture, you develop a real connection with
    • olden times is as I have described it, a different mission is carried
    • Spiritual, was not badly described by a man who gave no thought at all
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    • and gazing into the distance, utterly absorbed in the view of the
    • seemed to have so imbibed it that it had become part of himself.
    • had already at that time absorbed Robinson Crusoe and many
    • Gottlieb in these early years imbibed from this Anti-Goeze all
    • closely absorbed also in what was going on in his own environment.
    • needed, in calling Fichte into his service. This invitation was described
    • penetrating the souls of his hearers in the way described earlier, he
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    • discord in seeing the streets bedecked with Christmas trees and other
    • supported by the spiritual power just described, and that all men of
    • *From “Deutsche Weihnachtspiele aus Ungarn”, described and
    • could only be carried by a mood such as we described. Therefore, we
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    • are absorbed in the petty material interests of the immediate
    • feeling that Arjuna has absorbed, on which for him the whole
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    • thing. If we really have the experience just described, if we do not
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    • I have described to re-awaken it. What then can Arjuna perceive
    • cannot be described as a reminiscence of ordinary life, because the
    • made, for the very reason that the higher worlds are best described
    • the third realm just described, it is necessary that we go through
    • which in the sublime Gita are described to us through the words of
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    • process of the human organism. In this we see clairvoyance described
    • spiritual life such as are described in my book,
    • imbedded in these ideas and how widely they influenced political and
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    • have described previously about the effects of thinking.
    • present-day mankind's evolution. At that time, as is described in
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    • now dawning and which we have somewhat described, will be that
    • great European thinker said on his deathbed, “Only one person
    • sense of the ego; fully conscious Imagination as it is described in
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    • calls mild, gentle food. Whereas rajas food, which we described
    • soul can be described in terms of these three conditions. Sattwa,
    • described how a kind of picture-consciousness, a living imagery,
    • the Jesus child of the Nathan line of the House of David, described
    • genuine in evolution, were described as Jesuits. This was a
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    • described in this book can go very far in relation to the principle of
    • be described and pursued without exposing the soul to certain events
    • be so absorbed in the urge to reach the higher worlds as to be guilty
    • described. Nothing makes an impression on him, but he is everything
    • of view things I have often described., but we now need this other
    • just been described is reached, such a thing no longer happens. For
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    • described in the course of our lectures on spiritual science —
    • the point described yesterday; and a man has to go through these
    • Sun in the manner described. It was an experiencing of the Sun-element
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    • to such experiences as were described in the last two lectures, he
    • sense-world; conditions are seen such as were described yesterday. But
    • higher worlds in the manner described. It was experienced. also by
    • those mysteries we have now described.
    • pupils. And the feelings that I have just described (I might say with
    • described, so that they can see with those eyes which go from
    • soul the feeling described, he understood what has been described. as
    • he encountered the Beings already described, for he felt himself
    • as described at the beginning of the present lecture. He rises up into
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    • described as characteristic of the nature of all Mysteries these four
    • impressions they once absorbed do not penetrate into modern
    • attacks of the outer world. And because the forces described are able
    • conditions already described and because he is a man of modern times
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    • Could we be said to understand the nature of a magnet if we described
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    • described around the ancient sun. These bodies, both at the beginnings
    • just described, one would arrive at the condition in which our globe
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    • obedience to the Law and the revolt of the principle of individuality.
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    • described, without criticism; one takes the bread of
    • experiences about to be described — though in a
    • lying in bed. They are closely united. The astral body and
    • into itself — I have often described it here. To reach
    • of it through the processes we have described.
    • occurrence is described pictorially and symbolically in the
    • John means nothing more nor less than what is described in
    • is described in the John Gospel. It is not a biography of
    • And what is described is eternal and can take place in the
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    • initiation described in the John Gospel, the astral body,
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    • involuntarily every day when we are wholly absorbed in something.
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    • bodies remain on the bed, united as in the daytime. The astral body
    • At such moments everything that has been inscribed on the etheric body
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    • absorbed in building up the physical body. At about the seventh year the
    • will be disturbed. During the first seven years it is best to leave
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    • is well described in the book of Genesis: “In the beginning God
    • environment. This period is described in Genesis with the words: “And
    • men could roam about were embedded like islands in the water; but the
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    • bedside. Dreams are symbolic pictures. You may have a dream which tells
    • knocked down the chair that stood by his bed. Or again, a peasant woman
    • symbolic conditions such as those I described above, but, as I have
    • through symbolic images. Wisdom, for example, may be described as light:
    • development becomes unduly absorbed in the teachings of Theosophy.
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    • This state can be described as follows. You are thinking, for you are
    • something we merely believe. Whoever has absorbed it in the right way
    • inwardly absorbed in the condition of Dhyanam, as described above.
    • lived there, as they are inscribed in the Akashic Record, and how he
    • experienced it, he will have truly absorbed this whole chapter.
    • of the Resurrection, cannot be described in words. Hence occultism teaches
    • be described. Hence we cannot do more than mention it here. The Christian
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    • Yesterday we described
    • training may be described in two words: true self-knowledge. The
    • were in the plant, as is described in the book,
    • contemplation that we described as Dhyanam. The pupil sinks
    • I have described the
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    • must always hold — in the sense just described — toward
    • sickbed by the side of the doctor. We have also to consider what
    • physicians will be able to do very much at the sickbed to bring the
    • sickbed, where often a priest has to intervene in life in a really
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    • earthly body — as is described in my book
    • body; therefore their feeling life is very much disturbed. They can
    • if the rest of the organism is as just described.
    • condition has advanced to the next, as I described it with the sense
    • absorbed in prayer, and they are experiencing in it what they now
    • what I have described from another point of view, is richer; it is
    • undisturbed to her inner visions. Something very wonderful developed
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    • much more than I described if one makes a study of some of these
    • have described, the first stage consists of the ego organization
    • described, given to individuals simply through their karma, will in
    • scales must be built so that this spot will not need to be disturbed.
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    • astral body. Then the condition is present that I have described,
    • stage” as I described it, when she felt the presence of
    • life that discloses itself in the kind of speech I described, and in
    • clearly the exact opposite of what we described as the third stage
    • wanderlust, as I described, connected with a memory that lacks logic.
    • second stage I have described can progress to the third stage in the
    • world. Think of a situation such as I described as the first
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    • described as the combining of some substance or other with oxygen;
    • the process within the human body, and combustion is still described
    • thinking is unsubstantial. Behind it lies all I have described to you
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    • prescribed, the opposite pole to the sacraments, when illness
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    • knowledge, that psychopaths and the so-called mentally disturbed are
    • has often been described to the general public, and every initiate
    • the normal sleep condition is disturbed. In this case, when the ego
    • described. If the person is in the opposite condition, the
    • somnambulist alternates between two conditions, as I have described.
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    • to point out how the initiates in the old mysteries described their
    • able to form a physical human body. We have described how this
    • described their initiation they would say that after they had crossed
    • which was ascribed to the warmth ether and which was called an
    • all. What was described as an element in olden times does not exist
    • the material substance. And so initiates described how they were led
    • already described that, but in a modern way. I told you that if the
    • described their introduction to this state as meeting with the upper
    • bodies lie on the bed, and our astral body and ego are outside them.
    • what lies there on the bed. Nature has progressed from Moon existence
    • be described in this way: I was led through the elements to the lower
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    • must always hold — in the sense just described — toward
    • sickbed by the side of the doctor. We have also to consider what
    • physicians will be able to do very much at the sickbed to bring the
    • sickbed, where often a priest has to intervene in life in a really
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    • earthly body — as is described in my book
    • body; therefore their feeling life is very much disturbed. They can
    • if the rest of the organism is as just described.
    • condition has advanced to the next, as I described it with the sense
    • absorbed in prayer, and they are experiencing in it what they now
    • what I have described from another point of view, is richer; it is
    • undisturbed to her inner visions. Something very wonderful developed
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    • much more than I described if one makes a study of some of these
    • have described, the first stage consists of the ego organization
    • described, given to individuals simply through their karma, will in
    • scales must be built so that this spot will not need to be disturbed.
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    • astral body. Then the condition is present that I have described,
    • stage” as I described it, when she felt the presence of
    • life that discloses itself in the kind of speech I described, and in
    • clearly the exact opposite of what we described as the third stage
    • wanderlust, as I described, connected with a memory that lacks logic.
    • second stage I have described can progress to the third stage in the
    • world. Think of a situation such as I described as the first
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    • seriously such examples as I have described.
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    • described as the combining of some substance or other with oxygen;
    • the process within the human body, and combustion is still described
    • thinking is unsubstantial. Behind it lies all I have described to you
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    • prescribed, the opposite pole to the sacraments, when illness
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    • knowledge, that psychopaths and the so-called mentally disturbed are
    • has often been described to the general public, and every initiate
    • the normal sleep condition is disturbed. In this case, when the ego
    • described. If the person is in the opposite condition, the
    • somnambulist alternates between two conditions, as I have described.
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    • to point out how the initiates in the old mysteries described their
    • able to form a physical human body. We have described how this
    • described their initiation they would say that after they had crossed
    • which was ascribed to the warmth ether and which was called an
    • all. What was described as an element in olden times does not exist
    • the material substance. And so initiates described how they were led
    • already described that, but in a modern way. I told you that if the
    • described their introduction to this state as meeting with the upper
    • bodies lie on the bed, and our astral body and ego are outside them.
    • what lies there on the bed. Nature has progressed from Moon existence
    • be described in this way: I was led through the elements to the lower
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    • Science, and has absorbed something of its teaching about the
    • a seer has described the pictures he experienced on looking into the
    • in broad outline, what I described there. At what point then in the
    • progressed, and at the time now being described has reached a certain
    • combined effort. If you accept all that I have described to you
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    • described. The character of the sound resembling our B, called forth
    • act of recollection, would have described it. They could not have
    • warmth, air, water, such as I have described the tohu wabohu
    • way I have described. What is so remarkable about this ancient record
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    • the events there described really took place in the sphere of
    • this more closely described in my
    • one hand, and an element of sound on the other, such as I described
    • confusion which is described in the Bible by the words tohu wabohu.
    • out of the psychic or spiritual activity which I have described as
    • have just described to you what the Elohim did. Within the
    • forms of energy which I have just described. You could also put it
    • reached what is described in Genesis as the second “day”;
    • which I have hitherto described had already existed before, though in
    • on the Sun, it is what we have described as the sprouting plant
    • plant nature is wonderfully described in the Bible. I will deal later
    • of itself. That is very clearly described in the Bible, when it says
    • possible as regards the animal nature. We have already described how
    • begin with, let us see nothing but this in what is described as
    • we find described in impressive detail how creatures appeared on the
    • could pour all that was in them. I have already described how it
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    • confused with what modern science calls earth. What is described here
    • direction, as I described to you yesterday. A force enters into the
    • described yesterday.
    • which could have been learnt from Genesis. I only described what I
    • finally to solid, to the earth element, in the way I have described.
    • there too I called the Archai Time-Spirits, and described how they
    • activity was associated what can be described as an alternation of
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    • elementary existence described in the Bible account of the creation,
    • see something of the nature of Being behind what is described as
    • nevertheless there, the Sun, which I have described as an inweaving
    • described in my
    • of this soul-spiritual entity) is described as weaving over the
    • is described in Genesis in words of which various translations exist.
    • described that in my Christiania lectures
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    • described as a complex of existence. But in a certain way there
    • described as the cosmic meditation of the Elohim. When we are told
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    • described this earlier form as a kind of lower clairvoyant
    • it is something inscribed in the Akashic record or whether he has
    • Capesius is a real picture of the young Capesius, as it is inscribed
    • consciousness I have just described was experienced on the Moon, only
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    • the course of these lectures we have described
    • described as the first “day” of creation. Thus in the
    • he leaves his etheric and physical bodies lying in bed, and he
    • you come back from the sleeping to the waking state you have absorbed
    • period of development described in Genesis the Elohim had advanced so
    • end of the series of events described in the Genesis account of the
    • him come about? Here we come to something described pretty fully in my
    • imagine that the Beings whom we have described as Luciferic
    • described, he received into himself the Luciferic influence. We shall
    • egotism, the inclination to be self-absorbed and self-isolated, the
    • to that, we have reached the very period of time which is described
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    • described in detail in my
    • “days” of creation have been described, there comes what
    • with the first. I have often described how during the progress of
    • condition began to take on physical form. In the condition described
    • etheric-astral state. What was described on the third
    • plants of today cannot be ascribed to a very early period.
    • individual physical form. And the Atlantean mist is described as in
    • etheric bodies during sleep remain in the bed. When we are concerned
    • with those ancient times which are described in the second and on
    • you find described in my
    • circumstances which I have described to you man receives into his
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    • what is described in the opening verses takes place. The biblical
    • moon. What has been described by Spiritual Science as coming after
    • after the image I have described to you. This earth-man arose because
    • of life. The event which is described as the creation of man by
    • same way as the other, lower beings, whose nature is described as
    • pursue our study of its origin as far back as the times described in
    • upon the facts which are described for us in Genesis, he fords to
    • human beings through having absorbed anthroposophical teaching. May
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    • only a proof that in our day even theology has succumbed to
    • of him that one is liable to be dubbed fantastic when one puts forward
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    • and simple, of the material brain. I have often described how the
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    • how insistently do they turn away from each other on the circumscribed
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    • change I have described was beginning to take place, vestiges of
    • rhythmic system it is only partially absorbed. We can say of this is
    • from it. The spiritual is drawn into, absorbed by the other material
    • imbibed certain poisonous substances which brought into play within
    • Nietzsche should have imbibed certain poisons — a procedure not
    • Nothing of a material nature is at work in Intuition as described in
    • conceived merely as a continuation of the Lord's Supper described in
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    • ensues. The physical and etheric bodies lie in the bed, but the Ego
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    • endeavours, Kashiapa had absorbed all the wisdom of the East, and it
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    • described in detail the work of Christ as lord of human destiny —
    • of death. (This is something that could not be described in books, but
    • which can be described in this way. Christ is becoming Lord of Karma
    • We have now described the facts concerning the third revelation and
    • embedded. This something, which immediately makes itself felt if we
    • painted or described in words, something is represented which at the
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    • Mystery-truths that must be absorbed if torment is to be avoided in
    • now, I would note that these gradual happenings have been described
    • things can be described from many different sides, we shall no longer
    • been outlived and the stage reached that is described in Goethe's
    • and what has now been described for the sixth post-Atlantean epoch as
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    • are passed in the manner we have often described. Immediately after
    • home presently, go to bed and sleep, and wake up to-morrow morning.
    • and waking in quite a different fashion at what they have absorbed.
    • described, it follows in such a case that the etheric body —
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    • bed. A quicker separation from the physical body often takes place
    • strikes a man, the whole connection is disturbed. Through this, a
    • he dies slowly in his bed. Now for the spiritual investigator there
    • much of what has just been described is being carried up into the
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    • have absorbed some of the thoughts of Spiritual Science, then the
    • has gone through the gates of death when he now sees embedded in the
    • with the outer world and live in it. I have often described this going
    • art That,’ described in my book
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    • point already described. We must presuppose that we have been
    • would be disturbed, and a soul disease would appear. But behind what
    • all, to amount to this: he, Markus Freund, had probed the noble
    • the bedroom door, or rather a timorous scratching, as if a little dog
    • the bed, as if this invisible something came nearer, and finally stood
    • ascribed to Markus Freund. This leads to the following: Hofrat
    • A quite remarkable connection is described in this novel, and we must
    • means. If, as I have described in my public lectures, we strengthen
    • scientific thought to an inner instrument in the way described, why is
    • experiments often described, just as the apprehension of the secrets
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    • in the old style, have described this Event. Paul also described this
    • they were put to bed, very tired, and did not hear the midnight bells.
    • What the children went through is very beautifully described; how
    • described there. Each word is really important. They reached an ice
    • were put to bed and told that they should receive their Christmas
    • given something to eat and were put to bed. Towards evening, when they
    • bedroom and sat on Sanna's bed, caressing her. Then the little maid
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    • find man described in old mystical and occult works. These
    • much more correct than what is described today by the anatomist, for
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    • needs them in art. When someone has once and for all absorbed
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    • plant. When these are disturbed a person cannot hold himself erect or
    • while retaining his present state of consciousness undisturbed. He
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    • matter which is described in Theosophy as Light Ether. The third kind
    • in the condition described as the dream world, and when one then seeks
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    • have become his innermost being. One who has absorbed all earthly
    • absorbed into oneself the entire knowledge of the Earth, in
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    • are inscribed into the Akasha. There they remain, even though the
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    • been found in the Astral Light. Such impressions are only inscribed in the
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    • physical world until his awareness of self has absorbed everything
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    • brain) had been prepared, the ego laid itself in the bed made ready
    • In occultism what we have now described is again called a spiral
    • outer Deva forces receive it and it is again absorbed into the
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    • planetary conditions. What they then absorbed they now have within
    • what they have previously absorbed.
    • It is a primeval wisdom that was absorbed earlier and is now being
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    • etheric head. The physical head was comparatively small and embedded
    • earth and the other beings already described. The astral body with the
    • described in Egypt as the union of Osiris and Isis. From it came forth
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    • lying in the bed. The two other members, the astral body and the ego,
    • They are deeply embedded in it. Man would be able to remember much
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    • actions remain inscribed there.
    • element emerged, which was absorbed by Christianity after it had
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    • a bed, it sinks itself into the astral substance.
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    • who succumbed to the Jehovah Principle, the bringing of perfection to
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    • germinal condition containing everything which he has absorbed into
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    • the etheric body remain lying in the bed. If in sleep he were able to
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    • new question arose. Man had absorbed wisdom, but in the future it
    • of the planets is inscribed in a wonderful way in the days of the
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    • light. That is the condition described in the Bible: ‘And darkness was
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    • for such an incarnation. Thus the decaying substances embedded
    • The spiritual process of the embedding of the Monad in the lower man
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    • milk. Before the time when milk was imbibed from Nature, there was an
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    • personal had actually to come to expression in the way described in
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    • sensations. They are totally absorbed by the sensations, pictures, and
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    • The lecture was transcribed from a typescript version, and the
    • forward to the future that cannot be absorbed into the line of
    • resistance. Not being absorbed or seized by external impressions, it
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    • The lecture was transcribed from a typescript version, and the
    • described as an expression of the spirit that has become soul —
    • man we have what may be thus described — according to the
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    • described them; such were the practices in ancient times. Then the
    • leading to initiation are described in my books, particularly in
    • the earth. And it is not only the juices described by our modern
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    • be described approximately in the following way.
    • have here described would represent the Jupiter evolution. But within
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    • In the lecture yesterday I described the external aspect, as it were,
    • what was described yesterday in its material-physical aspect —
    • impulses described in my
    • The Venus-nature has been amply described in traditions and manifests
    • process of Initiation — as I have described them in the book
    • them. He knows, firstly, what I described yesterday. And from a
    • after the intermediate condition during which he sees what I described
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    • is described in my
    • graphite, as diamond. These bodies are then described according to
    • described.
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    • what he did.” When the difference I have described is understood,
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    • more or less justifiably described as eternal. Surely it is also
    • would have seen had he done what I have just described. Had he acted
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    • forward nothing more than the whole of what has just been described.
    • the means described in
    • about similar to what I described yesterday. One must practice
    • deadened, what has been described as a kind of fading out of the soul,
    • world in the way described. But in so doing one learns the reason why
    • in bed; I cannot move it but I know it is there! I am going into the
    • a comparison could not take place; then, as he lay in bed, he could
    • that may be described as one in which we experience ourselves outside
    • experiences in coming down into the etheric body. I have described
    • to say that through his astral body, which I have described as the
    • they become what is described as the world of the Higher Hierarchies,
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    • described it from other points of view. You learn to know the world of
    • left behind you, in the sense of the way we described this before,
    • ordinary life in the world of the senses, be described somewhat as
    • Now, something else is bound up with what has just been described as a
    • fully conscious sleep (that I have described as a being in the higher
    • be described. They may be described in the way I have just shown, and
    • humanity. Here one actually experiences what I described in the second
    • described. It is only Christ Jesus that he may and should see at the
    • hardly imagine that you would find it described anywhere. You can,
    • that I have just described as a state of fear. Then if anyone would
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    • which you will find described in
    • super-sensible beings can be described as good or bad; the beings
    • for the world of the senses can be described by saying that where our
    • with spiritual beings in the way we have just described. For this
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    • And so you can understand, that what is described by the clairvoyant
    • the beginning of the clairvoyant experience we have described. One
    • go still further. If one were only to see what I have just described,
    • oneself seen previously, which we described as the outer world —
    • live outside our body in the manner described. When we live in these
    • thinking. For when a person accepts what has just been described as
    • receive something like an impression of what is described concerning
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    • on to where we were before we incarnated. We described in Lecture 1 a
    • body. I might say that the way I described in the last lecture showed
    • thereby get out of our body in a different way from the one described
    • By the method we have just described we first go backwards through
    • different from the one described in the last lecture. Notice this
    • the manner I have just described, he comes out of it quite
    • differently. When he leaves his body in the manner I described in the
    • described how he diffuses himself over external space and how he
    • have just described is infinitely more important than the way we
    • described in the last lecture which does not get out of space; for
    • comprehended when one leaves the body in the manner described to-day.
    • And with respect to what we have just described as the passing of the
    • described in many particulars and shall yet have to describe further
    • in the manner we have described arrives at the knowledge that up
    • the manner described in my book,
    • when they teach us in the manner I have just described, send their
    • that they are not disturbed by our state of consciousness, they are
    • not disturbed by our being tempted to follow Lucifer. They instil so
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    • described as a sort of corpse, a partial corpse. This corpse is the
    • the way described, but in this case, in ‘time’, they are
    • above-described process. Thus whereas in our physical body a corpse
    • I have just described — in so far as it relates to feeling and
    • his evolution. What I have just described applies particularly to the
    • through the Saturn, Sun and Moon Periods, as described in my book
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    • it, and this result may be described as follows: —
    • way described and it is in his karma that he may be cured. Naturally,
    • now reappears in the spiritual world, in the way have described. On
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    • connected with what then takes place in the soul were to be described
    • absorb from the world what thou hast drawn and absorbed from it while
    • in the period which is occupied in the manner I have just described,
    • condition which may be described thus: There is a period during which
    • must be born within our soul as I have described, something that is
    • conditions I have already described: — one, a condition lasting
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    • speaking of what I described as the great ‘Midnight Hour of our
    • think that he would gain what has just been described by bringing
    • find described in my book
    • spiritual worlds is described, that when the ideas of the physical
    • behind are materialistically inclined because they have succumbed to
    • it enters the sphere of culture, as we have just described.
    • has just been described, humanity would gradually reach the point
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    • imagine that it were possible for us to be entirely absorbed in
    • idealism, something unfolds. And this can be described only as a
    • here on earth will be inscribed in an akashic record of everlasting
    • reveals itself through the Being I have just described, that I wanted
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    • frequently described: in fact to the political State. People who in
    • soul in the life after death (as I described it just now), then and
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    • the other hand, where he has to let his Will be absorbed, sucked-up
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    • described.
    • get the phenomenon described before, only in this instance the circle
    • cornea, shown here, — embedded in the ciliary muscle — is
    • of the eye, embedded as it is in its cavity within the bony
    • which in the prism experiment very obediently lined up and stood
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    • movement. What has here been disturbed, goes on. Here, so to speak, a
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    • associated. Here, then, what is described as “electric
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    • what may itself be described as an organism of vibrations, highly
    • being” is at long last referred to — described in some
    • kind of demonology — or rather, not described at all. We
    • their own domain. Very obediently the psychologists restrict their
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    • may in some sense be described as “physiological
    • reversing the experiment which we have just described, warmth could
    • the tube is not to be described as a wave-movement, propagated
    • in what may be described as the electrical domain. Moreover, all of
    • described in former lectures. The same cannot be said so simply of
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    • described here simply as a condition that is possible. The not unusual
    • In what has been described a comparison has been made between the
    • certain respect, as we do in the abnormal state of ecstasy described
    • of the members still lying in the bed — the physical body and the
    • which remained lying in bed through the night, he would not, on
    • lying in bed; otherwise he cannot become aware of any such
    • we descend into the sheaths which have remained lying in bed.
    • members of our being which have remained lying in the bed, we can
    • experience. Therefore what is lying there in bed must be twofold: one
    • a certain extent induce those conditions that were described at the
    • actually to experience the world described by one in the state of
    • What has been described today will seem to many of you to be airy
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    • described, and it was said that he draws from the latter the forces he
    • remain lying in bed, but they affect man as a being of soul when his
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    • What has been described above cannot of course be exhausted by
    • beyond his power. What is being described here is simply a narration
    • described, as a clock points to the time of occurrences in external
    • the preparation that has been described — it is the opposite
    • described but mainly in how things are presented. From this you
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    • been described, having passed the Lesser Guardian of the Threshold, we
    • what our soul has absorbed during the night, for what we ourselves are
    • When we first become conscious of having absorbed Cosmic Will, Cosmic
    • nothing else than a product of Cosmic Feeling absorbed by him during
    • described as the good or light side.
    • to Cosmic Feeling as absorbed in sleep. The greater human intelligence
    • described by Spiritual Science-do not want to see what is happening,
    • impressions from outside, we experience what has been described. We
    • been described is the inner aspect presented by part of our human
    • succumbed to hallucination. Before seership begins it is therefore
    • described today are only mirror-images of our own inner being which is
    • Along the path to be described tomorrow we shall encounter spiritual
    • have described the consciousness that deviates from the normal and is
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    • been experienced in the way described is the inner side of the astral
    • deepening described yesterday were undertaken under the guidance of a
    • subject himself. Obedience to the teacher through many years was
    • The lecture yesterday described what is meant by acquiring knowledge
    • described, the experience undergone by one who was initiated in the
    • such experiences as have been described. A man can follow his own
    • path that has been described, for he would have come to know only the
    • what has here been described. Think, for example, of Meister
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    • provided he retains a certain degree of consciousness, was described
    • of ecstasy. Thereby they were also exposed to what might be described
    • is something that might be described as a kind of new veil over the
    • and expressions that are used for circumscribed objects in the
    • might be described as follows: I have before me something —
    • Then too there are things and entities which may be described as
    • object. The second state is described in the Elementary World as
    • really only be described by saying that water, air and earth are
    • — and this can only be described as a communication of what they
    • described by using expressions connected with the Elementary World-all
    • It describes the Macrocosm as it should be described. Any real
    • possible for a man to originate from the nebula described by the
    • Spirit — have been described. But man, with his inner
    • frontier of the world we have described as the world of the
    • of the animal if only the two worlds that have been described were in
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    • what has been described here? We should have to be able to hold back
    • occur in everyday life. A typical experience of this kind is described
    • We have now described a path of knowledge differing somewhat from the
    • Knowledge that these things can be described.
    • described. If he needs a teacher, he no longer needs him — as was
    • have described what man has to do in order to apply the new methods
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    • humanity. We described how by adopting certain measures for his life
    • We have described how it is possible to look back upon the Ego from
    • through the training described we enter the Imaginative world and see
    • logical expositions. Whatever is described in Spiritual Science has
    • The training described above is particularly suitable for people of
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    • those who already now have reached what was described yesterday as an
    • evidence of the faculties of soul that have been described. When he
    • kind of memory that has been described.
    • inscribed at all, for there Time becomes Space; we pass from one point
    • absorbed and elaborated. But in the earlier stage of a logic of the
    • similar to the higher kind of memory described above, only then it was
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    • lying in the bed, while the astral body and the Ego pass out into a
    • laws alone. Primarily, the laws of the mineral kingdom are ascribed to
    • through plants having been embedded in the Earth. These plants grew
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    • described as spreading into the widest circles.
    • observation which I have described, we know that the
    • methods described in the above-mentioned books. We learn about
    • ego, as a state where the ego is embedded in spiritual beings.
    • by spiritual observation with the methods I have described. The
    • that is directed toward the ego, we find that it is embedded in
    • sure to realize that everything I have described
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    • described this more fully yesterday and named the books which
    • described yesterday — that by
    • the exercises described in my book How to Attain
    • thing as this is described, then it can be related only to a
    • kind of attitude of soul I have just described in its
    • investigation (as described yesterday), experiences another
    • described exactly. But they were not there. No one knew about
    • described it all so exactly, we can discover the true facts of
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    • described in my book, How to Attain Knowledge of
    • any result. Naturally the rest of life must not be disturbed
    • described, to recognize how the spirit-soul part lived in a
    • which is lying in bed and to revive it in a spirit-soul sense.
    • repeatedly described in detail these experiences of the
    • these are described, people today often make fun of them and
    • described has been won through true and earnest scientific
    • knowledge which I have described will also bring new
    • described in my book, The Threefold
    • the threshold in the new way that I have described, in
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    • which in its true, original form can be described in no human language but
    • lives not only in his soul but is inscribed into the Akasha-substance
    • our souls, it is at once inscribed into the Akasha-substance and this
    • inscribed into the Akasha-substance, he becomes visible to the souls
    • inscribed into the Akasha-substance. Such reading may be of the
    • been inscribed into the Akasha-substance through Spiritual Science
    • develops ideas and concepts which are then inscribed forever in the
    • mankind, when inscribed in the Akasha-substance has this effect: the
    • them to work upon his soul; and if he has absorbed the occult
    • knowledge is necessary for the whole process of evolution, as it is inscribed
    • inscribed occult thoughts and ideas in the Akasha-substance will be
    • his soul, undisturbed by Ahrimanic influences, can understand
    • of meditation just described, which leads to the liberation of inner
    • body lies in the bed and we are actually outside it, just as is the
    • meditation. All meditation as now described may also be permeated
    • of the nose — these organs are described as
    • described by Dr. Steiner in Chapter IV of
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    • of the Archangels. Knowledge of the Being described above as Jahve
    • Mystery of Golgotha can be described as the Age of Michael, and
    • nineteenth century, in the way described above. It could be said that
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    • what I described many years ago in my book
    • have often described as very significant in modern evolution; namely,
    • absorbed his earliest impressions, which were of a peculiar kind. It
    • this man, with the furious activity that I have described, and then
    • since absorbed all the spiritual knowledge current in the Middle
    • has significance for spiritual science, I described him in my book on
    • appeared to him in the manner he described in his Docta
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    • scientific form of thinking and research I described two men, Meister
    • When I described Cusanus yesterday, my intention was to suggest how
    • His utterances were based on the awareness of the contrast described
    • There came the time, described in the last lecture, of Meister
    • that I have just described.
    • ancient sage of Southern Europe whom I have described today. The
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    • and Copernicus can certainly be described more or less in the same terms
    • before one's consciousness in the manner described above
    • of the immediate inner experience described above.
    • the number two, zwei, is described by the word
    • still to be described. When was it human? It was human when man did
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    • Think back to the other worldview that I have previously described to
    • Therefore although he described them so wonderfully, he did not
    • inward experience, in the way I described yesterday. This it could
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    • All this is not clearly described in our histories of philosophy,
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    • so there was something alive in tracing the movement described by a
    • of a human element in his calculating the orbits described by the
    • there. In short, what could be described as inert mass,
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    • Galileo, which I have described in the previous lectures.
    • Christian centuries, described the following fluids in man: black
    • was related to this inner activity; thus he described the external
    • “phlegm.” Therefore he described the world from the
    • He described the world the way he experienced it. Besides them, there
    • described.
    • to be described by drawing a continuous stream of fluids (see Figure
    • etheric body. There was full awareness of it in what Galen described.
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    • What is described today as the subject matter of external physics or
    • that I have described in my
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    • being of heat under the influence of certain ideas to be described
    • described. That I can do the following for instance, calls simply for
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    • squared and cubed give such small quantities, these can be dropped
    • point of view, the old concepts still possible in Greece were robbed
    • had to be ascribed the ability from within to bring about the change
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    • that no heat is being absorbed. For if we discontinue heating, the
    • you must think of as of the third power, the cubed
    • will note that the solid and gaseous bodies may be described as
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    • as possible, and it is this which has so disturbed the people who are
    • ascribed to them by people today, but they did it because they were
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    • the block proceeded so slowly that the result described in the
    • described so far are handled as physics usually handles them, we get
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    • embedded in the earthly and belonging to it, the fluid state. The
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    • a circumscribed for; in gas a changing form, so to speak, in
    • appear, definite forms. Forms circumscribed within themselves. These
    • circumscribed forms are in a relative sense pictures of what is really
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    • thought of in the way I have described to you. This spreading of heat
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    • Besides that already described, the following soul-exercise helps
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture III: Methods of Imaginative, Inspired and Intuitive Knowledge or Cognition
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    • gained in the same way as has just been described for inspired
    • the exercises of the Will described last time — together with his
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    • deathbed. Only with the soul, babyhood and old age do not develop in
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture V: Experiences of the Soul in Sleep
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    • described in the foregoing considerations, can give such a definition.
    • described.
    • will be described in terms which refer to corresponding experience of
    • described as if they were conscious.
    • Dreams interweave themselves into the state of soul just described.
    • described in our previous studies. This consciousness perceives also
    • planet-stimulation, which by day influence them, as described, as the
    • the one just described. It goes through a copy or imitation of state
    • as physical projections of spirits, in the manner just described.
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    • one's perception. The second is the reality of what, if described,
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture VII: The Relationship of Christ with Humanity
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    • meaning. Previously man knew, as I have described, of the central
    • been reached again in which the new Initiation, as has been described
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    • Through the psychic exercises of the soul which have been described in
    • has been described in the previous studies. But the power of activity
    • achieved by the exercises of the will previously described. Then we
    • here described as the one in which all remembered thought entirely
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture X: On Experiencing the Will-Part of the Soul
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    • be disturbed if we went back to the old ascetic practices.
    • described. If this desire becomes so strong that the physical organism
    • between the constructive and destructive elements is disturbed
    • permeated by the spiritual moon-activities already described. This
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    • lily nothing passes over to the flower bed or flower pot in which the
    • every single part. The green pervading the plant is the substance described
    • as though embedded in an etheric world and has its etheric body around
    • is embedded in an astral body that is part of the collective astrality
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    • being; his physical and etheric bodies remain in the bed and his astral
    • the bed. The same applies to the blood system; a divine-spiritual ego
    • bodies remaining in the bed. When man's astral body and ego return in the
    • the physical and etheric bodies of the man asleep in bed and leave these
    • body. The moment of death is therefore described by those who have
    • becomes free of the physical body and can unfold what has been inscribed
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    • world. Hence, it can be described only by using analogies. Here, in our
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    • for each soul bears his inner, spiritual reality inscribed as it were
    • absolutely undisturbed communion is actually possible only when both
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    • low form of consciousness to be described by saying that it bore within
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    • animal, half plant in character, were embedded. If you were to crush
    • bodies remain in the bed and his astral body is outside. Fundamentally
    • On Old Moon man absorbed warmth from the warmth around him and emitted
    • globe was again absorbed by the Sun and everything passed into a cosmic
    • described is called in occultism the Lemurian epoch, the epoch of the
    • astral bodies could take place, everything that has now been described
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    • of masses of human beings and the fact that man succumbed too completely
    • have described the dwarfs as being clever and the giants as dull-witted,
    • described first took place and it is therefore comprehensible that ancient
    • has now been described up to the time when the forces of water were
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    • and etheric bodies of a man asleep remain in bed; his astral body and
    • initiation was compelled to be entombed in a grave for three and a half
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    • civilisation, it has always described itself as possessing the old
    • wisdom-teaching inscribed in the Greek Temples; “Know thyself!”
    • world. It is an initiation of this kind which is described by Goethe,
    • by a disposition of the soul, which may be described by the symbol of
    • — this was from all time described as the “Lily.”
    • mind may also be described as the Lily, Spinoza describes it as the
    • Goethe has described that Love as the highest state of Freedom, as
    • described in Alchemy as “the mystery of human development.”
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    • reckoned among those who may be described as Anthroposophists.
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    • ago you would not have found the streets bedecked with trees, nor
    • but dates inscribed in the times by our ancestors, and they show us,
    • from the heavens where it was inscribed.
    • literally as it is described in the Gospel of St. John, and it is also
    • mystery. The personality of Christ is comprehensively described, for
    • Exalted spiritual leaders of mankind have prescribed this festival for
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    • one, who had climbed the ladder of spiritual knowledge to that stage,
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    • special task that has been ascribed to me here, we must take as our
    • way described, has always been called the Elemental World; and those
    • definite outline, of which we can say that they can be described
    • (starting from such conditions as have already been described), it
    • world to arouse a moral effect, such as has been described. We have
    • phenomena in the way already described, so that we allow a moral
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    • fruit to work upon the soul in the manner described in our last
    • possible. We have described the second sort of nature-beings by saying
    • What we described in the last lecture as the first class of such
    • second category which we then described are to be found in water that
    • earth, then — as was previously described — we must allow
    • one also draws aside this further veil, described as the etheric body
    • will find described in part — in so far as they can be in an open
    • physical and etheric bodies lying in the bed, and draws out the astral
    • world, not even the world just described, the world of the
    • our own astral body is embedded what may be called the higher
    • embedded in our astral body. We have already said that our astral body
    • since, in the way described, man is united with and immersed in this
    • merit only to what is inscribed in our memory as our past. That is the
    • have to-day described as the Spirits of the Rotation of Time belonging
    • is but a beginning. For when a man awakens in the manner described, he
    • with, the experience is as has been described. Just as we say with
    • these laws is what we have to-day described as the world of the
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    • prominence to-day, and that can be described in the following way. Man
    • described, they will prove fruitful. They prove especially fruitful if
    • Angeloi. When a man goes out beyond himself in the manner described,
    • qualities which have been described as revelation, and spiritual
    • his, in the manner described. These beings, however, who lead whole
    • have the attributes described to-day; they all have what has here been
    • described as manifestation or revelation and being inwardly filled
    • Now these beings of the Third Hierarchy described to-day are found in
    • Hierarchy, which I have just described, bring forth other beings.
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    • and then, as has been described, clairvoyant consciousness lights up
    • can only know something of those beings whom we have described as the
    • described in my book Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and How to
    • described as the observation — let us say — of the plant, of
    • clairvoyance which has just been described, he learns to make use of
    • qualities described to-day, to everything around us in nature which
    • consciousness in such a way as has just been described, he must he
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    • spiritual beings, and in the last lecture we described what the human
    • been described. At this second stage, where we feel ourselves one with
    • perceive chiefly when, in the manner described, we plunge down into
    • will. Then if we educate ourselves in the manner described and now
    • gestures or its mimicry, as described yesterday — but become one
    • in the way described, have built up an overwhelming power of wisdom in
    • described from a different aspect these beings which are the offspring
    • of the First Hierarchy. I described them at the beginning of this
    • Rotation of Time can be described from one aspect, as we did some days
    • described are connected with the kingdoms of nature and with the
    • In speaking of man he is described as he reveals himself to occult
    • Spirit of Form, we may then gain an idea of a being not yet described,
    • been described as inner vitality present in the planet but the planet
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    • What I have just described as the denial of their own nature by beings
    • really accurate the matter must in the first place be described as:
    • the boundaries, as we have described: — but above the Spirits of
    • can be likened to what we have described as Luciferic Spirits. So that
    • proved to occult vision that what must he described with the physical
    • way just described, by the beings of the higher hierarchies centered
    • in the Sun, was ascribed by Zarathustra to the Spirit whom he named
    • kingdom of Ahriman embedded within it. Zarathustra said: What proceeds
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    • These have indeed been differentiated and described by external
    • Hierarchy, and described the beings known to western esotericism as
    • Second Hierarchy, we have those beings we have described as Spirits of
    • which I have described as necessary in order that we may raise
    • first spiritual leaders of mankind, whom we have described as Angels
    • Angeloi. We have described somewhat exactly what these beings have to
    • described as contained in the planetary system as the spirit and soul
    • the way described for the totality of the moons and planets. If we
    • described to you, for example, how one may ascend to the Thrones, and
    • described how this impression can be obtained by allowing ourselves to
    • hierarchies down to the Archangels. Thus we have described the life of
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    • manner described, the various cooperative activities between the
    • have described) certain beings of the higher hierarchies.” This
    • itself it has something within it which cannot he described other than
    • You see, I have now described what the clairvoyant must do to travel
    • something which, as I described for the moon-condition, was the cause
    • described into your thought and your perception, so that it works like
    • impression as has just been described. For the Gospels were written
    • described through a comparison of the impressions made by the
    • impression undisturbed and unchecked unless we are capable, at least
    • described, we immediately reach a kind of stupefaction, a deadening of
    • sun if we are not disturbed by physical impressions; that is, if we
    • described. Through all that I have described to you, there results an
    • already described. If we now compare what we gain through the occult
    • a certain well-known student of nature, Raoul France, ascribed a soul
    • his activity be described as a web.
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    • unconsciously Darwinism has described the mobility of the original
    • nature are the spirits which we have now described as the group-souls
    • described. This is the special point in what I have stated. That we
    • Luciferic Spirits, and we have described the relation of these to the
    • been specified according to the relations described, so did the
    • inscribed in The Secret Doctrine: — “Buddha is
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    • considered. We call to mind that we described the mineral kingdom by
    • the planets, as I have already described with regard to the
    • is so seen that the life just described as existing in the mineral, as
    • been described, astrally upon the mineral. But certain of the Spirits
    • principle, the equilibrium of the earth is thereby disturbed. The
    • part of the disturbed equilibrium substance being detached from the
    • If we wish to make what I have just described, objective, perceptible
    • of the crescent they represent Lucifer chained, curbed. This is an
    • is in reality to be ascribed to the cooperation of the Spirits of the
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    • course, always read that the people of Moses came from a Bedouin race,
    • Certainly, the Jews were a kind of Bedouin people, but these
    • time the Jewish people were still a wandering Bedouin people, but what
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    • illnesses described in the Gospels, where people are referred to as
    • that spiritual land, described in ancient Tibetan writings as a remote
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    • Gospels in the above described way; then there could also be people in
    • to the point of time so described.
    • the twenty-first, in the above described way; but our inner
    • created man, we find the two forces described above; there are the
    • naturally and in its full strength the cleavage described above, he
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    • will find described in my pamphlet: The Spiritual Guidance of
    • just now described as a principle of peace for the whole earth, in
    • Akashic Record; an event is described for which the original writers
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    • described in my
    • may be described by saying that thoughts are not being conceived and
    • have just described. These forces acquired by the human being in
    • described begin to grow silent: conceiving, speaking, action all grow
    • loftier height, such as I described in my
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    • himself to what the Catholic church prescribed as truth: to submit
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    • gathering have aroused in me. Your speaker described in a pleasing
    • product of what I have just described.
    • described in the nineteenth century, and compare it with the account
    • robbed of all inner support and a terrible turmoil is set going in
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    • absorbed today, from the point of view of world-historical progress?
    • interest, not for the sake of polemics. I described how it is
    • well-nigh absorbed by the spirituality of Nature when he leaves his
    • only absorbed through imitation what others have known about repeated
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    • with it he absorbed the whole spirit of Greek culture.
    • what was circumscribed by the four walls of the room in which Paul
    • which need not be described any further, although from the point of
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    • because thinking, as I have described it, has died; when based merely
    • us before our fifteenth year. This is not disturbed by our intellect.
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    • the older generation that has, in the way I have described, carried
    • maintain the same attitude to Nothingness that I have described? For
    • answered by explanations or something of the kind. One feels benumbed
    • described before. Great and pure love, working from within outwards,
    • obedience to duty; only the cold statement: “I must perform my
    • right way. What I have described here as a specifically religious
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    • the life-force in a human being who goes to bed at night before he is
    • he turns and twists about in bed because he is not tired, are
    • draw a parallel between the turning and twisting in bed after
    • it can be described. Everyone knows what remembrance, personal
    • clarity in ancient Brahmanism. This can be described by saying:
    • soul and spirit by what I described yesterday as a necessary factor
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    • For one part of humanity matters were as I have described them; for
    • described. Today we can barely imagine what can be experienced when,
    • others of a deeper nature looked with disturbed feelings upon the
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    • described yesterday, so that through the outer man the soul-nature of
    • individuality in the sense described has no external limits, only
    • Whoever works his way through to pure thinking as I have described in
    • and heads will get larger and larger. That is how he described his
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    • indifferent to it by means of what I described yesterday as the web
    • can he described in words.
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    • powerless against this. It was the epoch that has gradually succumbed
    • nature of monuments upon which was inscribed what was intended to
    • Learn to read them! Learn to read the mysteries that are inscribed in
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    • All that I have described here from the aspect of the soul can also be
    • described from the aspect of the body. One can say, man is always in a
    • described in Milton's Paradise Lost or Klopstock's
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    • exercises which are described in my book,
    • degree, to his own soul life what has been described in my book,
    • this is a purely Luciferic element. I have described it to you
    • described as the middle state of consciousness is dependent upon our
    • something is organically disturbed. To be sure, this may lie in very
    • fatalism is often described as a necessity of nature. Mohammedanism is
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    • mankind, as I have described it yesterday. We are only able to drive
    • I have described to you the occurrence of the Mystery of Golgotha in
    • consciousness, as I have described it to you recently. Then we shall,
    • modern clergy who uses such weapons as described above lives in these
    • ranks and which still today sits so deeply embedded in the souls of
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    • What I have described above is the ordered state in which we live
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    • described.
    • described several ways of cultivating it; today we shall add the
    • ascertain the facts I have just described. The study will, of course,
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    • and our concepts, as I described the day before yesterday. We dream
    • present, seen from the background I have just described.
    • sacred is described as a pathological case, people are horrified. But
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    • the sickbed, her right arm across the back of the chair. She
    • this was beside her father's sick bed.
    • her father's bedside, and to have had an effect upon the soul
    • girls had sat beside a father's sickbed with equally deep
    • the brilliant being whom I described in my book; that he had
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    • quoted to you yesterday the case described by Jung in his book,
    • as to bring out the kind of stuff that I have described. He
    • will find this described in my book
    • the soul must not be described as threefold because it is a
    • This is what has happened in the cases described by the
    • sitting by the sickbed. Her strong ego-consciousness was
    • are really absorbed there will be no further possibility of the
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    • which I have described to you is, in other words, the way not
    • distinction until you have done what has been described.
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    • get a good idea of all that is, so to speak, embedded in this
    • have described to you only what takes place although
    • has already been described in one aspect by this phrase: the
    • impulses, act in the manner described not only upon their
    • described above. (See diagram b–c). Whether the person in
    • that has been described, and acquired the ability to perceive
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    • gained. If the methods which I have described in
    • through these exercises which have been often described, then
    • coercive thoughts, or described by some other term as
    • you see that such things may be described concretely.
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    • of man — not the group-soulness — will be inscribed for him
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    • if it is only described from one side. We must be thankful that we
    • mentioned and described in the Matthew Gospel. We designate this child
    • case of that Jesus child described in the Matthew Gospel, care had to
    • the entire cosmos, which as it were, were inscribed in the stars, were
    • at the same time inscribed in the souls of these people. They revealed
    • We here touch a chapter which is only described with difficulty today,
    • faithfully described, that what appears at a higher stage, is a
    • these four has described the one event according to his own limited
    • Matthew Gospel described what he knew about the law of 3 (2 x 7),
    • of the Luke Gospel has described according to the initiation of which
    • And the other gospel writers have described from out of the
    • great, that we must be thankful when we find it described from four
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    • was not to be ascribed to the Sun, the 2nd incarnation of the
    • Earth, but has to be ascribed to the resent Sun, which appears
    • thought, so a spirit had to think who had absorbed in his soul
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    • what is described as the astral body and the ego, do not really
    • through those exercises which you can find described in my
    • the consciousness of our ego is absorbed unjustly, illegally,
    • characterised to you as the delusion of man, can be described
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    • convert into power to drive those air-ships which are described in
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    • are further told that most of his companions succumbed to the
    • you find described the events which then took place. Manu chose a
    • What is described in the Odyssey is initiation as it was carried out
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    • forces. Hence a battle with the Huns was quite rightly described as a
    • followed are described; Kriemhild clung to her plan to destroy her
    • The Master Jesus is described by Rudolf Steiner as a being who sees
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    • forms. Centuries go by. What the soul has absorbed through its
    • described it, still like effects showed themselves often in human
    • these people some millennia further. Those who absorbed the forces of
    • these human bodies and bring about effects such as were described by
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    • wieder zur Einheit verbindet, so ist das eine bedeutungsvolle
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    • being that is best described when we let them flow together into the
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    • language what the Greek and Roman wisdom still described when
    • Dominions were described. Saturn corresponds to ‘Thrones’;
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    • science. All metals when liquid were described as water. Everything
    • was the science of fire described. In fire was seen the interplay of
    • But the process we have just described is only the outer side, the
    • spirits that is here described; through the wisdom which man
    • spirits in the same way as we have described his acting on the other
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    • ancient Saturn had each time absorbed those egg-shaped bodies of
    • evolution the whole of Saturn would have been reabsorbed into the
    • the Sun, as has been described.
    • Now let us glance at the other things we have described in the
    • described in the last lecture — those Beings who have just been
    • described in the Third Lecture, the Archangels, who are the men of
    • described, on those Sun-beings who had evolved up to the element of
    • we have just described.
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    • re-absorbed into the Sun, and the Sun itself will have reached a
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    • surroundings. To-day, there is nothing to compare to the obedience,
    • spoke through them. The affairs of the world have to be described
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    • as has been described. The spirits of Wisdom were only able to give
    • earth appears, and all those things I have described; the departure
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    • the time described yesterday, or are not now coming into being. We
    • reached that point which we described yesterday. Let us suppose we
    • described happened when the earth began its formation. Then
    • after the formative process. — which I described yesterday —
    • time which I described was that the Saturn development came first,
    • Hierarchies which we have described. And when we take a general view
    • of all that has been described, we may say: When ancient Saturn was
    • You see, that we have here described a particularly exalted being,
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    • would not put into action that which they see prescribed for them, so
    • work upon that which you have absorbed in this descent, and carry it
    • You remember how I described that in former times higher Beings
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    • body with the etheric body remain lying on the bed, and the astral
    • schools. It is known that that which is prescribed in these exercises
    • I have just described goes hand in hand with certain experiences
    • the moment just described is always there, is always within us; but
    • and a person who has reached the stage which has just been described,
    • described, when he perceives behind fire the spirits of fire, behind
    • experienced today. These are the stages (already often described, for
    • they can be described in many ways, and still the description always
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    • are simply a pictorial image of what has just been described as a
    • old drama there is any phenomenon which could be described by the
    • he saw in his environment what I have described in Greece as the
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    • absorbed from Oriental life. Statement of a higher truth in no way
    • only its presence is realised) is to be ascribed the flashing of the
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    • which have been described from many different aspects. To understand
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    • as I have just described them. Objectively the upper gods were seen;
    • what His disciples, the Apostles, described in the words: ‘We
    • what streams forth from this figure, as described by St. John, the
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    • described in an external sense. We have described how the etheric
    • in them without knowing that they described what could then be seen,
    • they still saw the fire in the air — they described what they
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    • something which may be described as follows: ‘I do not see with
    • described to you, was of course only possible for the holy Rishis,
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    • conditions to the circle described by the twelve essential points of
    • that all that belongs to the one may be described as the sphere of
    • wisdom which has appeared in the most varied guise. When I described
    • speaking. And what we then described as their wisdom had poured down
    • human progress; in old India wisdom was absorbed through the etheric
    • That, therefore, is what we find described for the mass of the
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    • described. It is to ascend part way, remaining half-way up. At the
    • have described to you today does not exhaust the list of senses. It
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    • described is that the astral element is pressed out, squeezed out. In
    • disturbed it can re-establish itself automatically. If we stretch out
    • touch has already been indicated. As generally described, it is a
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    • the spirit. As far as we have gone, I have described the human being
    • soul and grasping it spiritually. I have not described something
    • undisturbed by a nervous system. Were the nerve substance not pushed
    • communications. We have described the standpoints of anthropology and
    • be explained through spiritual activity, just as we described the
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    • you are absorbed, the greater is this opportunity. Looking back at
    • remain absorbed it does not put in an appearance, only at the moment
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    • perception had not been robbed of something in becoming a
    • a perception from within, that has robbed the outer perception of
    • religiously to become absorbed in it with the feeling of that earlier
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    • arrives at inferences such as were described yesterday. Hegel speaks
    • process long enough we achieve what we have always described in
    • been sufficiently described because experience shows that without
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    • described? We can do this by not letting ourselves be guided by the
    • visualization perform in the soul what has been described. Just as
    • have described it points to what we call inner imagination in the
    • outer world. By means of the process described, visualization adapts
    • manner similar to that of the perceptions we have just described.
    • I have described to you today how man ascends to the
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    • retrogressing, as it were, in the manner often described — is,
    • spiritual world, attainable by man, can of course be described only
    • could no more deviate from the prescribed path than could the sun
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    • her and she in all men ... We are obedient to her laws even when we
    • of all obedient to her, it may be that just then we are acting most
    • spiritual perception, when at the bed of sickness the doctor
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    • were inscribed all happenings in the world from the beginning to the
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    • His true being. This is described in the Old Testament where it is
    • The Jesus of the Gospel of St. Luke — not the Jesus described in the
    • the soul of the Jesus Child described in the Gospel of St. Luke. This
    • it and became one of the two Jesus children — the Child described in
    • have the experiences so often described in connection with Kamaloca,
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    • The pupils of the ancient Mysteries who had absorbed the kind of
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    • In line with the change that had taken place between the age described
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    • not made only in what is generally described in external history; for
    • has been described as the “sitting under the Bodhi-tree.” He
    • described, he was not, of course, encompassed in the physical
    • what I have described, he required faculties transcending those
    • whom we have described more closely as Jesus of Nazareth, forsook the
    • body was immersed, whereby occurred what we have described as a
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    • disturbed and the laws cannot so easily be seen; we can only regulate
    • way that will now be described.
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    • we shall see that the development of humanity, as described by
    • When such a circumstance is described from one aspect or another, I
    • age of humanity, such as has just been described. This Golden Age,
    • possibility which we have described as a good quality: of being able
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    • this Divine-Spiritual Being could be described in words and
    • that they had to be described as quite peculiarly worthy of note! The
    • the states of ecstasy, they are described as being states of
    • Christ Jesus, Buddha described sorrow and suffering on earth as the
    • ‘with God’ in the old sense could no longer be described as
    • Christ appears in the manner described, or whether they will then have
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    • different kinds of Initiation: that of the North, described in more
    • is more difficult for the male brain, being less pliable and obedient,
    • to free itself from certain thoughts which it has absorbed. Hence
    • described between male and female; and that is the polarity between a
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    • succumb to the illusion — which has often been here described as
    • which it absorbed this Impulse, and then gradually passed into our
    • our own souls had not absorbed what they could in the Graeco-Latin
    • without any distinct feeling of the ego-nature, absorbed the sublime
    • it waited till the Sentient-Soul had absorbed a certain culture and
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    • what has been just described. The more incarnations a man has during
    • faculties just described!’ It is very important that we should
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    • I have thus described two phases of existence after death. In the
    • consciousness described. At this point in evolution mankind had to
    • abyss between death and rebirth as just described. One who has
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    • I have often described the conditions of life on Saturn, Sun and
    • Chronicle,” we described how one loses interest, which up to
    • interest becomes more and more cosmic. Whereas previously we absorbed
    • that we are numbed by it. Stupefied, we lift into the harmony of the
    • the cosmos. This has been described above. At the outset the human
    • absorbed by the embryo. Hereditary forces commence their activity on
    • karma. We forget all too easily after the cosmic sleep described,
    • forces, so as a result of the described cosmic sleep are we equipped
    • What I have described refers to the average person. For example, in
    • Moreover, I have only described an average case because I have
    • less consciously the various phases described. An early death brings
    • What I have just described as an analogy is not the basis of
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    • The kamaloca period unfolds as I have described it in my book,
    • the moon, the spherical space described when the orbit of the moon is
    • investigations when the facts described came powerfully to me. It is
    • incarnation a pupil of Buddha and absorbed all the qualities
    • now onward consciousness is dimmed, man dwells in a benumbed
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    • described from one point of view only. Occult facts are such that we
    • extent that its outer boundary coincides with the circle described by
    • forces we have imbibed on earth in order to grow into the right or
    • being we have described, but we have received into us the forces from
    • circumscribed creed with its particular shades of feeling and
    • Bible, where the beginning of Earth evolution is described, Lucifer
    • of such words. If the feelings remain with those who have absorbed
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    • described. After death many things appear vividly before the soul of
    • described, and that we avoid death because we left three minutes
    • the way described awaken impressions out of the spiritual world. The
    • that have been described he will evolve into a period when
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    • been described in many different ways. Today our considerations will
    • circumscribed by the orbit of the moon. They interpenetrate one
    • sphere, he will find all his earthly emotions and passions inscribed
    • so easily. We carry it with us as an impulse but it remains inscribed
    • described), we dwell in the spiritual world in such a way that our
    • something you have inscribed into the stars is now working out of the
    • group. It was clear to me that the one described as Giuliano is
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    • world. It is as if one lived in utter solitude, cut off, robbed of
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    • present, and the painful cases just described occurs where the soul
    • the way described. You arrived three minutes later than usual at that
    • non-being. The moment described above is the transition from
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    • as described, Lucifer can approach him and can illumine the forces
    • with death, can expect an existence as just described. It is of
    • of Assisi absorbed everything that later enabled him to receive the
    • then he was active again in the way described. The seer discovers him
    • prevalent among them, though theoretically they may have absorbed the
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    • life but increasingly he enters into the sphere that we described
    • These soul characteristics are the result of what has been described
    • may be found in what has been described. It is prepared and
    • owe their karma to the conditions described above.
    • we find two incarnations as described earlier. This can also shed
    • powers as described above depends on whether the soul concerned has
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    • has already partly been described. Our concepts must be recast if we
    • imperfection in man is inscribed by him into the Akasha Chronicle in
    • this is inscribed in the Akasha Chronicle.
    • inscribed in the Moon sphere. What is inscribed has to do with
    • including trivial matters, are inscribed between the spheres of Earth
    • not been kept, for example, is not inscribed until later, actually
    • however, is inscribed in the Moon sphere. Anything that affects not
    • only ourselves but also others is not immediately inscribed in the
    • imperfection in our personal development, is inscribed in the Moon
    • that need not have been inevitable, are inscribed in the Moon sphere.
    • spheres, all his imperfections are there inscribed. He expands from
    • Something is inscribed by him in all the spheres, in the Mercury
    • inscribed in the Moon sphere, others in the Venus sphere, others in
    • everything that was inscribed on the outward journey. In this way our
    • being the record of an imperfection we ourselves first inscribed into
    • within us everything we inscribed into our being on the return
    • everything still remains inscribed.
    • following may happen. Let us say that a man has inscribed one of his
    • sphere he has inscribed there a quality of his character through the
    • has inscribed in the Mars sphere but at the same time it stands
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    • Finally one expands into the universe in a sphere circumscribed by
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    • Irrespective of when the stage that has just been described occurs,
    • everyday language it can only be described as follows. The question
    • sociable intercourse with other souls. As I have described above, our
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    • have described, and it is by no means rare. Indeed in the nineteenth
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    • this realm that I have just described — where the point is to
    • All these conceptions of the world that I have described and written
    • from the leading types I have described, and can be traced back to
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    • one's soul such things as have been described in these four
    • ourselves as souls embedded in cosmic thought, just as we feel our
    • thoughts, the little thoughts we think, embedded in our soul-life.
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    • person I have just described were to say: “The only thing I
    • have described, and it is by no means rare. Indeed in the nineteenth
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    • and Materialism in the way I have just described.
    • this realm that I have just described — where the point is to
    • All these conceptions of the world that I have described and written
    • from the leading types I have described, and can be traced back to
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    • one's soul such things as have been described in these four
    • ourselves as souls embedded in cosmic thought, just as we feel our
    • thoughts, the little thoughts we think, embedded in our soul-life.
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    • also understand how thoughtful men have ascribed to pain such an
    • matter as we have just described it then we see the origin of
    • process which has just been described is recapitulated on a higher
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    • exercises were prescribed there which develop man in quite a natural
    • adorn the garden. That must be inscribed deeply into the soul in a
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    • through as the Rishis had described, but only up to a certain
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    • in cycles, there is what may be described as a straight line law.
    • says of himself, ‘Yes, it is I who have robbed the golden vessels
    • find in the general principles described in my book,
    • mankind. We have described its influence within our earth and beyond
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    • which may be described as animal-humanity. At that time this external
    • remains below. Indeed, what we owe may be described still more
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    • chorus of those who wish to discredit what is described as academic
    • was ascribed to God or the devil!’ This was not so bad as these
    • not simply conform to certain prescribed functions inspired by the
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    • described, seek opportunities where, for instance, they will be
    • opportunity of meeting with the opposition we have described above.
    • man succumbed to the allurements of the luciferic principle, and
    • the way in which he succumbed to the allurements of the luciferic
    • succumbed more and more to the allurements of the physical earth
    • thereby he absorbed the ahrimanic influence with every external
    • a desire to live a sensual life. Do not confuse what is now ascribed
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    • remedy had to be prescribed, and the disciples of this school got out
    • forces. Such deeds then take the course we have described, if they are
    • attached little value to itself, becoming absorbed only in
    • described: In a preceding life the individuality in question disliked
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    • originated within man must be described as streaming in from outside.
    • which may otherwise be described as the essence of disease. When our
    • process which we have described as the whole purpose of illness may
    • we have described to-day.
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    • have already succumbed. Thus pain becomes our schoolmaster in regard
    • have described as lying beneath our Ego-consciousness, and which is
    • first succumbed to that of Lucifer. Through the luciferic influence
    • described as a conflict — the conflict between the luciferic powers
    • luciferic influence. In its totality our Earth would have succumbed to
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    • has succumbed to errors and delusions. Last time we spoke of those
    • In a disease whose symptoms are such as we have described, we have to
    • because such impulses have been absorbed in youth. Naturally the two
    • influence to which we had succumbed in an earlier incarnation; it will
    • to absorb certain infectious germs, so that they succumbed to an epidemic.
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    • has already been described how the qualities we experience in our
    • luciferic influence we were robbed of our memory of the preceding
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    • absorbed some of the truths relating to the deeper foundations of
    • matter. We described yesterday the nature of the male by saying that
    • permeated by a soul which has also absorbed either the luciferic or
    • fullness, to be permeated besides by everything that may be described
    • which has absorbed luciferic or ahrimanic forces can penetrate that
    • but because it has absorbed the activities of Lucifer and Ahriman,
    • When there are people upon the physical plane who are so absorbed in
    • of one aspect of our age. You will find very aptly described in this
    • disturbed condition. Karma, working its serpentine way through
    • incarnations is just such a disturbed balance, until man, after all
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    • described. If you separate this stream of civilisation from the whole
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    • belong to those described by the poet: “The devil's never
    • described as the spiritually tangible forms of Luna, Philia, Astrid
    • have absorbed everything of anthroposophy contained in books,
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    • described. We will have the right feeling for Ahriman when we
    • pertaining to the soul away from living and being absorbed in the
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    • and heightened through the preparations described in my books,
    • enclosed, circumscribed form: all is in continual metamorphosis. A
    • characteristic of that world, which must be described as
    • consequently belongs to the preparation we have often described as
    • once and for all that what I described in my book
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    • Recall for a moment how the journey is described through
    • as described in
    • What I have described is actual fact — therefore
    • incorrect clairvoyance many previous incarnations are described,
    • patiently, a feeling that can be described as a truly inward calmness
    • described by saying,
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    • inwardly quite disturbed and puzzled. It came about in the following
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    • have already absorbed everything in earlier lecture cycles and books.
    • movement of his hands; we have described how thoughts, living within
    • described in the following way: Imagine a moment in your ordinary
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    • The ascent could be described in the
    • in other words, the ascent of a soul in a completely undisturbed
    • through all this, Johannes Thomasius reaches the point described at
    • situation described is fully possible. Maria's consciousness soul and
    • self, you will also have a feeling that can be described like this:
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    • just described gradually adapts itself to the soul world. In the
    • described from stage to stage as has been done in my
    • becomes ever thinner, while being absorbed by the whole surrounding
    • itself and is absorbed in all directions, so that the environment we
    • spiritual world and also of all that has been absorbed into it from
    • described in many lectures — and nevertheless separate from it.
    • astral body. While being absorbed by the whole cosmic sphere, it
    • place naturally after death as just described. After death, however,
    • have described here, from the standpoint of the clairvoyant
    • absorbed by the spiritual world; it has also been described exactly,
    • this has been described in
    • setting out on the path here described that he will need to continue
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    • leave our physical and etheric bodies behind in bed. With our astral
    • night, when the latter lie in bed, separated from the astral body and
    • measure, in every particular they are described: in each the kernel
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    • follows the path to Anthroposophy. This path is sometimes described,
    • Now compare the two things which I have described. On the one hand,
    • incarnation, if not fertilised as I have described. The outer forms
    • I have described what is around us, physically as well as spiritually,
    • What I have described with regard to man, holds good for him alone; not
    • Evolution as it has now been described was really always so as regards
    • life is reached in the way described, through the fructification of
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    • absorbed by our youth when Roman history is studied. Of course, much
    • As you know, after she had absorbed Greece and Christianity, a time
    • must liberate itself from the Romanism we have described not through
    • what I described in the last lecture* as the
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    • entirely blind obedience and subjection to Rome. What did the
    • against them. This was described in the last lecture as Roman ideals,
    • contrary to the materialistic point of view, he described as his
    • typical intellectual perception. You will find it described in detail
    • entirely engrossed in the world within, and described this world
    • undisturbed along the straight path of evolution.
    • described by de Musset, it is a Wild charge; it cannot be fast enough.
    • have described to you. On the contrary, he is protected from it.
    • it is described in such a way that one has before one the complete
    • representations. These take the inner course of the events described
    • particular. The facts as they are described in the Gospels are simply
    • described as any other in history. For Renan, it would have been
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    • What we described at the end of our observations yesterday we see is
    • greatly disillusioned through the Roman evolution, as we described in
    • As we described yesterday, what the ahrimanic powers were striving for
    • manner described above. The ahrimanic powers sought to
    • with the spirit whom Goethe described as Mephistopheles. He was indeed
    • ascribed a virgin birth was born in the year 1 A.D. and lived to be
    • his previous earthly incarnations been initiated as described above
    • described to you and which there is no need to recapitulate, he had
    • whom a virgin birth was ascribed, and one finds from one's research
    • described. This was the fate of many Europeans who trod the soil of
    • who went about on earth as I have described. Such a gifted personality
    • In the science that was described by me as “occult science”
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    • know that it begins approximately in the period that is also described
    • expectations of the movement just described. In general, one can say
    • the experiences were described as emanating from the spirits of men
    • who had died. Little is to be found that has not been described as
    • described, undertaken in 1870, let us say, it would not, through
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    • acquired through these initiations I have described to you.
    • medical art of a certain character. Such beings are always described
    • Quetzalcoatl is described as a figure with a serpent-like body, as a
    • have previously described, Marco Polo was deeply and fundamentally
    • I have here described how the ahrimanic and luciferic impulses work in
    • concrete way that has been described, work below the level of the
    • ahrimanic forces that originated in the way described as being active
    • have been influenced by what I have described. Then they press upward.
    • influence of the forces I have described, human contemplation and
    • influenced by the forces I have described. Investigations are made,
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    • described yesterday. They worked in the way in which they are
    • in the way we have described.
    • intention that it might be entirely absorbed in the progressive stream
    • torture to speak in the way described. Thus it came about that Philip
    • has entered the development of Europe, as we have described, then we
    • described. Now, he sought to show past, present and future. Goethe saw
    • youth was ascribed to him, along with all sorts of other things taken
    • creative work is described with immense industry and better than many
    • described how much confused fighting and quarreling has been spread
    • over the earth. After he has seen and described much that causes
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    • described, that is apathetic toward the religious life, though full of
    • It streamed into the other spiritual atmosphere I described about
    • avarice, of Philip the Fair. I have described this to you, as I said,
    • described. It came to pass that a great number of Knights admitted, in
    • described if one would fully understand among what thoughts a man born
    • from the soul, that is, the Isis revelation that is embedded in the
  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture I: The Three Streams in the Life of Civilization. The Mysteries of Light, of Man, and of the Earth.
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    • just described to you. Our essential task is to unravel the tangle.
    • customs as are described in accounts of ancient Nordic civilization,
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    • Supersensible World, that event took place which may be described as
    • Spiritual Powers are described as if a Paradise had been lost, and man
    • ascribed to Beings who are called Divine. Writers such as Milton and
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    • “How is that which lies in the Will of man as I have described
    • that in man's Will which I have described as its own particular
    • described above, and on the other side remain the old Philistine whom
    • Western World we shall simply see inscribed in the local Register, the
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    • described it. But when we come to details modifications are needed.
    • mirror unveils the future, too, in the way I have described.
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    • This experience may be described somewhat as follows: with the
    • The ordinary physical human being may be described as an ‘organism in
    • of imaginative thought, however, is better described as ‘an organism
    • the world around us. This must be described in a few short sketches.
    • higher faculties of knowledge which have been described as
    • higher training of the soul that has been described, when we are
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    • that he had before. Here is attained the stage I have described as
    • He then comes to recognize something that may be thus described: he
    • In what then does the process consist that was described as the
    • described the woods and forests, lakes and mountains, springs, brooks,
    • of Nature in a spiritual way. He saw and described not only the
    • have continued along the line that has been described, and how the
    • which have been described.
    • different in character from those described for the modern science of
    • described by saying literally that in the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • will, emancipated from divine will, as described. Not until later in
    • Century, experienced nature and man and described them to their
    • pupils, described how nature and man are involved in the conflict
    • out of the cosmos, as I described it today. He saw the inner Michael
    • as described.
    • appeared upon the earth and there occurred what I have described: the
    • hold on the whole inner man, because that is what can be inscribed in
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    • have described as the force of the Dragon whom Michael encounters,
    • just described — with the further development of those elemental
    • soul results from the Dragon's having absorbed the elemental powers
    • just described — as a soil for the germs. These things penetrate
    • in the manner described. But do not imagine that you are experiencing
    • achieve this only after you have actually absorbed anthroposophy in
    • if it is not absorbed by the Gemüt, if it carries no
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    • circumscribed concepts.
    • the twelve signs of the zodiac; and on the mountain we had climbed we
    • oneself back to conditions such as I have described as prevailing
    • The external aspects of the moon are as I have described them; but
    • physical body, according to the methods you will find described in my
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    • limestone, etc., described by modern external science for there is no
    • have described — inner, intimate methods that lead to an
    • gradually acquired the sensitive feeling for nature just described
    • described. He sensed the course of the seasons in his own body. That
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    • described leads a man to himself, he grasps himself; and he has a
    • past experiences into the present, as I have described, you draw near
    • with your own being. Through such experiences as I have described you
    • have described. Let us take the first feeling which can be brought
    • Everything which I have described to you today, I have
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    • existence he traverses that path which I have described recently in
    • Athenians, we must say this difference which is described in a very
    • described in
    • described.
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    • what he has been interested in and absorbed. On the face of the human
    • pedagogical or educational phantasy if a man, having imbibed
    • world that which we have just described, we must say: This stream
    • often be seen inscribed in the Akashic Record. The moment you have
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    • consciousness — which I have often described — takes a
    • I have often described, through direct spiritual perception of the
    • described in my
    • period we should have to relate how in these formations described in my
    • metamorphoses described by classical authors such as Ovid have
    • described work the backward-raying forces of the metals. While the
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    • that period which I have described in a somewhat external way, as the
    • this substance according to its qualities may really be described as
    • the cosmos is what I described in the last lecture as the very first
    • hardness can only be described by mentally employing the sense of
    • described in the last lecture, viz. that by transposing oneself into
    • happened. Everything I have hitherto described was brought about
    • somewhat later time than that which I have described in connection
    • things happened. For example, while all that I have described was
    • described it, thou hast separated from thyself that which formerly
    • All that I have described to you was necessary. Man had
    • Among these animals was one which may be described as
    • the webbed feet of a duck but of course very much bigger. With these
    • through those events which you find described in my
    • the grandiose, the majestic outlook which I have described to you.
    • manifesting only in colour, such as I have described when speaking of
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    • world's history are inscribed.
    • heard resounding what I have described and in this resounding there
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    • formerly, gone through along the path which I have described to you,
    • When the pupils had advanced as far as I have described
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    • have seen that the Initiation of the Hibernian Mysteries described
    • misunderstand the word “symbolic.” I described to you,
    • circumstances such as I have described is of course not to be
    • described the Initiator was able to cause the experiences he had gone
    • numbness. But presently he felt that that which was benumbed in him,
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    • which I have described, quite voluntarily and inwardly to bring again
    • described this Moon-existence in my
    • and in many different lectures. That which has there been described arose in
    • of touch, then he perceived that which I have described in my
    • experience again what I have described as the sensation of inner
    • into his heart which he had experienced earlier, just as I described
    • little can be described of what took place in this neighbourhood, for
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    • earth took place as described in my
    • described, and I will now tell you how it is there described:
    • That which came about in the way I described in the last
    • circumstances such as I have just described.
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    • through that which has just been described he was led to the
    • the earth described in my
    • described in the last lecture surrounded the male statue, this secret
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    • science would not have described things in the same way. At that time
    • phosphorus were to be described, then the heavens were described as
    • no longer described the stars in their living essence, but when they
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    • other Mysteries I have described in that it stands before the whole
    • Mysteries had to undergo pain and sorrow. I have often described that
    • then we come to that which is described as the Rosicrucian Mysteries
    • Ages, this tragedy of those earnest seekers is not described in any
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    • striving of that period is often described as the Mysteries of the
    • Europe. We must realize clearly that the figure of Faust as described
    • exposed in the manner described his own soul to the sun Being, he
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    • have described this development in my book,
    • — and reach what I have described as Imaginative
    • described in
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    • embedded in the fluid, and here we already have a contrast: we
    • region and is then absorbed into the lymph and blood. We can
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    • organization described in the last lecture as being mainly
    • everything that I have described as being connected with the
    • children's diseases that may be described as diseases of the
    • in the human organism, in the complex way I have described. The
    • beginning of this lecture. I described it in such a way that it
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    • particularly what is brought about by what I have described to
    • soul separately. It is not usually described quite so
    • described. The disturbance being very severe, we will assume
    • symptoms such as I have described is present, it will therefore
    • absorb it into its radiations, and the substances absorbed in
    • to other things. We can see how what is absorbed is transformed
    • astrality. Everything I described in the previous complex of
    • blood vessels will not be absorbed in the proper way by the
    • them in order to restore the disturbed balance in the most
    • other. If the kidney activity is disturbed as a consequence of
    • what I have described, we will always find that there is less
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    • skepticism that I have described here previously, a kind of nihilism in
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    • have described in the second case, we have the form-skeleton of the
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    • described the development of a serious human illness, namely, typhus
    • I have described to you what could result from treating someone with
    • side, in the way I have described to you, as something that brings the
    • in a way thoroughly akin to what has been described of phosphorus.
    • now takes place from what was described in the first case today. Let
    • here in this Goetheanum: only if the Goethean spirit is absorbed into
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    • have described this development in my book,
    • I have described as Imaginative Cognition. A still higher level is
    • reality itself. — These are the three stages described in
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    • being embedded in the fluid nature. And here already we have a
    • absorbed into the lymph and blood. We can follow the process of
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    • organisation described in the last lecture as being mainly connected
    • main field of action of everything which I have described in these
    • diseases which may be described as diseases of the metabolism arise
    • described. The point is to understand the relationships. Everything
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    • brought about by the activity of the kidneys which I described to
    • described. The disturbance being very severe, we will assume that
    • of symptoms such as I have described, is present, we shall find the
    • substances so absorbed are then impelled by the action of the kidneys
    • see how what is absorbed is transformed in the human organisation:
    • that I described in the previous complex of symptoms is due to
    • out how they must be applied in order to restore the disturbed
    • described, the kidneys are not acting properly, we shall always find
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    • which I have just described, intellectual life has come to be
    • economic organization is compared, as I have described it, by Woodrow
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    • described. Emphatically, the whole idea of the Three-Membered Social
    • measures and such institutions as those described will of a certainty
    • demand of social life, but a demand such as I have described it, not
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    • importance to him that he should be left undisturbed. He is very
    • lectures of this series, I have described from different points of
    • and the economic life. Everything that I described yesterday in
    • independent economic organization described yesterday; (b) the
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    • cares. Is it not comprehensible that people who are absorbed in the
    • fear I have already described, the fear that we might become too much
    • things. Thus we find described in my book,
    • these nerves are obedient to the will as is shown by the terrible
    • and soul in the manner described above, then again we shall know of a
    • Everything described here will echo in the wood carvings, in the
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    • stereotyped pattern prescribed for them by the state. The state, in
    • when it develops — as I have described it — in perfect
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    • states or was derived from them was absorbed into the egoism of the
    • of nationalism, he robbed it of its true character. On the other
    • thought, which I have described from so many different points of
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    • but what we do in the intervals cannot be described as work or Labour
    • up that apparatus which we spoke of in his bedroom and practise on it,
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    • I should not be true to the task you have set me if I described these
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    • Capital, giving it additional value, as I described in the last
    • If you now review all that I have described to you, you will see that
    • manner the above-described capitalising of land does harm to those who
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    • hands of an unskilful doctor — he will have to lie in bed for
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    • placed into the organic process which we described provisionally when
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    • further economic ideas. Unruh has described very well, in his book on
    • connections as I have just described: follow especially those portions
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    • State; and we see the spiritual life absorbed by the life of the State
    • described as an actual working-together in the industrial life. But
    • what I described as a kind of “seed” must be allowed to
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    • simply let money be money, and use the number inscribed on it as the
    • matter of what substance it is made, or what is the date inscribed on
    • absorbed into the general pool of taxation. It vanishes into a vague
    • 1910 or 1915 or 1920 is inscribed on it. Outwardly considered it is
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    • in the way described. This may lead you on to think out the method in
    • book-keeping of world-economy, will have to be inscribed, let us say:
    • away from reality if money has inscribed on it: “So much
    • gold.” It leads towards reality if it has inscribed on it:
    • If you have absorbed that which is living in these ideal pictures, you
  • Title: Lecture I: Man's Life on Earth
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    • often described as heathen are, in a deeper sense, Christian. The
    • in early Christian times. And the true initiates described the event
    • between death and a new birth. I have described in my Mystery Plays
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    • thoughts — as described in my
    • eye of Sun and Moon which I described just now — we do that at
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    • back at what has been left lying in bed. Your ego and astral body
    • described, runs a vein of anxiety. In almost every case it is
    • inner picture, from the part of him that remains in bed, he feels
    • star experiences thrown back from the part of us we left lying in bed
    • what you find described in my book as “soul world” and
    • described.
    • time it was what we find described by the Greeks as the descent into
    • the Christ becomes our Guide, as I have described to you. It is
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    • exact clairvoyance which you will remember I described in my lectures
    • may be described as a religious consciousness. It is, however, only
    • and disturbed slumber. The fact is to be accounted for in the way I
    • exposed now in sleep to the temptations I described earlier in
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    • ascribed to the working of chance. People can and do acquire a
    • for him can nevertheless be truthfully described as good.
    • I have described. What Jahve would desire is that these earth-water
    • away sad and disappointed from beds of sickness, from hospitals and
    • so that they leave these beings quite benumbed and bewildered. For,
    • approach the sick person undisturbed by Lucifer and Ahriman, and
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    • this moment is described as the passage from the soul-world into
    • of the Stars, by our own deeds inscribed into the cosmic spaces.
    • birth which you will find described in one of the Mystery Plays as
    • known by this name may be described as the Being of Michael. Michael,
    • ancient times of earthly evolution it has been as I today described
    • not be utterly absorbed in earthly things, but should pass over, ever
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    • often described as heathen are, in a deeper sense, Christian. The
    • in early Christian times. And the true initiates described the event
    • between death and a new birth. I have described in my Mystery Plays
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    • thoughts — as described in my
    • eye of Sun and Moon which I described just now — we do that at
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    • back at what has been left lying in bed. Your ego and astral body
    • described, runs a vein of anxiety. In almost every case it is
    • inner picture, from the part of him that remains in bed, he feels
    • star experiences thrown back from the part of us we left lying in bed
    • what you find described in my book as “soul world” and
    • described.
    • time it was what we find described by the Greeks as the descent into
    • the Christ becomes our Guide, as I have described to you. It is
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    • exact clairvoyance which you will remember I described in my lectures
    • may be described as a religious consciousness. It is, however, only
    • and disturbed slumber. The fact is to be accounted for in the way I
    • exposed now in sleep to the temptations I described earlier in
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    • ascribed to the working of chance. People can and do acquire a
    • for him can nevertheless be truthfully described as good.
    • I have described. What Jahve would desire is that these earth-water
    • away sad and disappointed from beds of sickness, from hospitals and
    • so that they leave these beings quite benumbed and bewildered. For,
    • approach the sick person undisturbed by Lucifer and Ahriman, and
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    • this moment is described as the passage from the soul-world into
    • of the Stars, by our own deeds inscribed into the cosmic spaces.
    • birth which you will find described in one of the Mystery Plays as
    • known by this name may be described as the Being of Michael. Michael,
    • ancient times of earthly evolution it has been as I today described
    • not be utterly absorbed in earthly things, but should pass over, ever
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    • become thoughtfully absorbed in contemplation of this fact of
    • in keeping with the various epochs, and they absorbed what was to be
    • absorbed in these periods of earthly evolution. With each succeeding
    • that has been described, it is possible to divide in this way what
    • aware that it was the great Roman historian, Tacitus, who described
    • faculties, resulting in what may be described as etheric vision. And
    • I have described. The materialistic mind, however, will in a certain
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    • develop his soul through the methods described in my book,
    • passage in one of his works, described the Christians as a secret and
    • once described it to be or what was learned in recent times. These
    • in store for human beings in what I have described to you as the
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    • ask, for example, how we now see our planet. The earth is described
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    • of the whole scope of spiritual science, and those who inscribed them
    • the imbedding of the Christ impulse in the earth. Since that time the
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    • described in anthroposophy as the second man within physical man.”
    • What has been described today is there and can develop if only
    • as it has been described. Others will have gone through the portal of
    • those who have ears to hear and eyes to see, this must be described
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    • nature. All the strange illnesses described in the Gospels in which
    • people are described as possessed are attributable to demoniacal
    • lead us into that spiritual land, described in ancient Tibetan
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    • described are lying like seeds in the soul. In the future they will
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    • described as a time of transition. Every age is asserted to be so,
    • humdrum days — waking up, going to bed, waking up again, going
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    • absorbed in contemplation of what surrounds him. That is one
    • in bed while the astral body and I are poured out into the whole
    • processes that have been described in their more outer aspect can
    • bed, reveal something remarkable when they are investigated. These
    • described today as the result of the most scrupulously careful
    • something corresponding to what has been described in connection with
    • been described as the nature of Jesus of Nazareth, it must be
    • condition on the earth could only have been as previously described.
    • so that not only do these streams that I described earlier meet in
    • rite described in the Gospels. They experienced baptism in order that
    • element now described will take hold of the evolution of humanity.
    • conditions which, as in so much else, are only described in the great
    • too, must be ascribed to light; light is itself at every point.
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    • have always described it in our spiritual scientific research, or in
    • absorbed spiritual ideas enters the spiritual world legitimately, but
    • as a whole organism. The earth is not at all the being described by
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    • darken souls. We have often described which opportunities for
    • colonizations described in exoteric history by today's unintelligent
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    • one seeks behind the mystery to come to what can be described as the
    • earth's crust, is indeed something within which is imbedded a most
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    • In the previous lecture to which I refer, I described
    • in which the realm of the soul is described and in which the
    • and the like through his technology, in obedience to the laws of the
    • in this circle takes place exactly as I described it in the
    • birth. What I described there as an important element in the life of
    • dead person A lives with B as I have described and expands his
    • be is related to the other human souls as I have described it; he
    • permeated by the mineral realm. For individuals who have not absorbed
    • permanently banished from the life I described earlier. They draw
    • described. Think how often, for instance, you are about to leave your
    • destiny in the way described by spiritual science. The forces, the
    • impulses of the dead work as I have described into the sphere of our
    • described.
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    • at this relationship, need not be disturbed because it is also true
    • it were imbedded. Altogether, man is continually connected with the
    • described in
    • which I have just described, upon the Italian and French peoples,
    • described for other regions that these come through air, water, what
    • influences which have been described. Warmth produces the European
    • character which is also expressed in the capacity to be absorbed into
    • history, it shows how the particular German tribes have been absorbed
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    • karmic connections, as I have often described — looks down at
    • Imagination for what I described in conclusion the day before
    • sparkles out in such a way that it is true, as I described the day
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    • speak, everything was exactly as I have described it. Men spoke of
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    • was able to take place. I described in the lectures recently given at
    • some people or nation. I have described one such instance in what I
    • described to you is a characteristic example of the Initiations which
    • described in my book
    • now described, for there are no material documents that record such
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    • described to you yesterday, and who continued to inspire men from out
    • often described to you, came originally from this great Initiate and
    • initiative I have just described is everywhere active in them, due to
    • described. Such was their manner of speaking. And they might go on to
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    • whom I have described in my book
    • as I have described will say to you, that this cannot be. Man must
    • But now, a person like Agrippa of Nettesheim ascribed to the Earth
    • Although, as I have described in my
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    • I described to you in the lectures given at the Christmas Meeting,
    • itself as it were inscribed this symbol. He made them stand with
    • this in deep meditation, standing in the attitude I have described.
    • the forces have been inscribed into the world by the Gods, then he
    • that, with him, Forms really lead back to the experience I described,
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    • be seen in the Spirit, must be inscribed in that which has been
    • epoch, as described in my
    • inscribed, of course, on the Earth itself; they are written into the
    • inscribed in the astral light by virtue of the air. This time it goes
    • ideas is after all inscribed, albeit not in space, but in the
    • astral light. To a certain degree the tablet was inscribed; yet in
    • Initiates; they inscribed the third portion of the tablet. Now the
    • tablet of Nature is fully inscribed; it was quite fully inscribed by
    • the secrets which we ourselves have inscribed. There we must read, if
    • 1870's: The same thing that was attained in the way above-described
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    • described, is cosmically manifest.
    • meaning which has to be ascribed to that brazen writing in the astral
    • Michael. Out of what I have described to you is revealed the figure of
    • sulphurised Dragon, we have Michael in the form I have described to
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    • described — towards the spiritual world, an abstract
    • inscribed in that which has been called from time immemorial
    • epoch, as described in my
    • inscribed, of course, on the earth itself; they are written in the
    • visions inscribed in the astral light by virtue of the air. This time
    • ideas is after all inscribed, although not in space, but in the
    • astral light. To a certain degree the tablet was inscribed; yet
    • part of the tablet was inscribed.
    • Initiates; they inscribed the third portion of the tablet. Now the
    • tablet of Nature is fully inscribed; it was quite fully inscribed by
    • to the secrets which we ourselves have inscribed. There we must read,
    • thing that was attained in the way above-described in the time of the
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    • one another in the way I have described to you, but the highest in
    • as an imprint or copy of the event that has just been described,
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    • place at that time. We have described it from various points of view;
    • described in an abstract way will become a concern of the evolution of
    • described. The Christ descended from the super-sensible worlds into the
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    • Beings with whom man is united every night in the way I have described
    • This I have often described. Thus, the Easter Festival is the festival
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    • super-sensible world, that event took place which may be described as
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    • soul. The methods of spiritual science that I have often described
    • particular, circumscribed sphere of life.
    • the methods of research described in my books as a way to approach
    • and what was just described had to be found in the spiritual world,
    • world evolution as we have described them. It is a paradox but one
    • sky. The two sons climbed up the ladder, one by day, the other by
    • things were described in
    • this is described much more fully in
    • described; the pictures are nourishment for the hunger arising from
    • innermost experiences. The fairy tale mood can never be disturbed,
    • for the ordinary consciousness when it is described abstractly.
    • dry and disturbed, instead of remaining linked to the deep roots of
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    • themselves, and once when he lay awake in bed he overheard them
    • filled it with blood, fastened it on his head and went to bed. The
    • giant who had been chosen to kill him came and stabbed at his head,
    • got out of bed and killed one giant after another as they slept. Then
    • forces we have described. Shrewdness is its essential quality, not
    • he saw one of the princesses. She lay on a copper bed and had a
    • princess lay on a silver bed; she, too, had a little gold ring on her
    • the third room, where the third princess lay on a golden bed, and he
    • lain on the golden bed. The youngest brother was the heir of his
    • described here: the dragon-theme; the theme of the three sisters who
    • the real truth. In this way they have been inscribed in our
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    • which is described, for instance, in my book,
    • Mystery from the one I described the day before yesterday. The event
    • in the Mysteries which I described the day before yesterday led the
    • The process which I have described today is a different one. It was
    • described today. And only those seekers after knowledge of whom it is
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    • out of the Cosmos directly, where these things are inscribed, where
    • From all that I have here described, you will see that the spiritual
    • script a real content emerges of the kind which I described yesterday
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    • Ihre Beziehung zur Weltkultur. Bedeutzames aus dem
    • I described the efforts that were made from different quarters
    • nostrils and the upper lip a little larger than was prescribed.
    • But in the days described in this novel it was an equally outrageous
    • caravan procession is beautifully described in the book: the
    • outwardly a personality who has imbibed the socialistic doctrines of
    • brilliantly described. The scenes that have been translated into
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    • Ihre Beziehung zur Weltkultur. Bedeutzames aus dem
    • as in the case of the Polish Count described yesterday — men
    • lives only in and for the Present — the tyrant described in the
    • described. But it is greatly to Ahriman's interest to hold firmly
    • If the sciences are imbibed with inner sincerity they quicken the
    • overtaken profoundly affected him. He was bedridden nearly all his
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    • Ihre Beziehung zur Weltkultur. Bedeutzames aus dem
    • have succumbed to it in its very worst form. This is particularly
    • is not obviated, the condition described by the materialists will
    • have described will certainly come about. But this world-view must
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    • described in anthroposophical spiritual science take their shape from
    • of the Greeks. Herman Grimm is right in saying that, as usually described,
    • them. It was to the reciprocal action of sun and moon that he ascribed
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    • absorbed into civilization — will be a fructification of the arts.
    • there are plants; outside, animals. When absorbed by man, substances
    • frequently and recently described) is a soul-permeated, spirit-permeated
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    • element in costuming represents something else; and I have described
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    • consider this feeling I have just described in respect to cognition.
    • looked about; he did not gather his life experiences in a narrowly circumscribed
    • I have described modern man's attitude in this respect. But the evening
    • to remnants of Greek artistic impulses and absorbed them into his soul;
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    • for their souls in the manner described.
    • everything described there as natural laws: it has an earthly significance
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    • ascribed, for living things approach the spirit in such a way that the
    • I wish to paint a human being sick in bed with a certain disease, and
    • with what I have just described. For I have translated the artistic
    • absorbed it, somebody else surrounds it with different emotions and
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    • If we really feel what I have just described, then a certain sensation
    • The plant produces the green out of itself. But how? Embedded in it
    • appear through light and color as described, then one realizes that
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    • followed the one just described — you know this from the history
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    • described above with real hair and so on, is only a conventional
    • free creative fancy holds sway in the class. There are no prescribed
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    • plant world as we have described.
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    • as I have described, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, first with the
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    • have described. But for the teaching of languages it is specially
    • have already described; he has the Main Lesson for the early part of
    • language to the other. Up till the point of time I have described to
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    • have the age up to the point of time which I have described to you
    • the stars, the clouds, the stones, everything is absorbed by the
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    • for the other children. Plan of such teaching described, of which the
    • as I have just described it.
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    • and that this ratio was disturbed in the sick human body. They termed
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    • between the blood that has absorbed the food, and the breathing that
    • and the air absorbed into the organism by breathing. This process is
    • and the air absorbed from the outside. All that can be observed in the
    • described.
    • absorbed into the lower sphere of the organism, e.g. through the
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    • absorbed from our organism by our soul and spiritual activities by
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    • disturbed.
    • metamorphosis of light, as just described. In respect of these
    • with the light, must be absorbed and transmuted by our organs, and are
    • belongs to the region previously described.
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    • reality no allopaths because even what is described as an allopathic
    • and disturbed sleep, even in very different cases of disease, one can
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    • facts I have just described. On the one hand is a material carrier
    • domain of medicine, it is a fact that whatever remedy is prescribed,
    • clever Norwegian scholar described a process, which, as he quite truly
    • I have already described, so can we also establish the relationship of
    • described above, but lead — like gold or copper — contains all three
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    • have often wondered why so many morbid processes have been described
    • pneumonia or pleurisy were not disturbed.
    • planets must be ascribed effects in the realm of soul and spirit.
    • described as the balance between hydrocephaly and its counterpart.
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    • disturbed in persons who have not the opportunity to perform their
    • recently described in his extraordinarily illuminating address,
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    • even be prescribed with benefit in cases of diarrhœa for this reason;
    • be the soonest reabsorbed in any curative process. We will, for the
    • which has been “overcome” and absorbed into the plant's processes, is
    • already described how man is included in the whole cosmos through the
    • described them. Only through such interactions, is it possible to see
    • distinguish between the periphery, where man is more embedded into the
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    • mankind might attain the full human nature, is being re-absorbed into
    • modified in our organism, and re-absorbed eventually so that we carry
    • a disturbed digestion (the result of the symptoms distinctive of
    • the atmosphere is first of all what may be described as a sort of
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    • described above, is associated with the damming up action, and all of
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    • which may be described as follows. Its nature is to oppose all the
    • expression is disturbed by the bodily organism, as distinct from a
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    • accrue from the external formic acid treatment just described. You
    • deduced from other symptoms, to be described presently — and if there
    • described; and akin to this framework is the whole process lying at
    • debris as it were become embedded in the organism. And this occurs
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    • like that just described.
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    • rest after food, so that their digestive processes are not disturbed
    • acts in a cooling way upon me then the effect is to be ascribed mainly
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    • it were, at rest. But this rest is disturbed by the regressive
    • Now this question is before me: How is fluorine absorbed into the
    • working. But if the external fluorine workings are disturbed, then the
    • with individual initiative, or else has been prescribed for me by a
    • prescribed by the physician will be of benefit in the beginning, but
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    • if all these results are ascribed wholly to the action of the
    • Suppose now that this rhythm is disturbed and does not work normally.
    • organs are embedded as in an etheric sphere, and this favours the
    • rhythm is not easily disturbed from outside; serious injuries are
    • disturb still more the already disturbed rhythm. Thus everyone with
    • have described. Of course, in all these conditions, the age of the
    • conscious thoughts, they are absorbed into the organism, manifesting
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    • to dilute it so far as to make it absorbed by the upper bodily sphere
    • sphere, it will have an amazing stimulant effect on disturbed organ
    • effect on all the forces previously described, constituting the
    • of certain forces towards the abdomen, as I have already described,
    • As I have already described, the birth of the belladonna means a
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    • action in the digestive tract, until the foodstuffs are absorbed into
    • interiorised external process is not disturbed; and nux vomica has a
    • interior. Through this method, certain circumscribed areas — so to
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    • Judgement. Case described of a genius who in a later incarnation
    • described as “incapable of learning to walk”. But we will
    • described is set up: first, a powerful development of astral and ego
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    • described in modern science. Soul and spirit lay hold of this
    • circulatory system is disturbed, and that the whole way in
    • remedies prescribed by us under certain conditions, remedies like
    • from a brain that is too narrow, they become disturbed and congested,
    • child this evidence of what may be described as karmically
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    • have in his earliest childhood what I have described as a protrusion
    • with the sore surface, where the skin has been rubbed away. You know
    • condition that has been described as arising out of the nature of the
    • explained will you see the phenomenon of bed-wetting in a child in
    • been describing. Whenever you have a case of bed-wetting, you can
    • also the other symptoms of sweating and bed-wetting, should be
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    • Differing Inter-relation of the four principles of man described for
    • impressions are too strongly absorbed and produce disturbances. These
    • will be absorbed too powerfully, they will nest themselves in too
    • different condition from the one I described in an earlier lecture,
    • him. This may, of course, be due to conditions described in the
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    • disturbed and uneasy. This is connected with the whole way in which
    • that I have described to you will have helped to make it clear that
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    • we have described in the Eurythmy lectures as the sound that has to
    • I have described, one need not be at all surprised when stomach
    • carry out the measures I have described, the predilection for R will
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    • obedient little gentleman, he brought them to her. What did she do,
    • a year and a half the child had ceased to wet the bed, although she
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    • described. The girl seen previously and her clinical history. Arsenic
    • the embryo time; I described these conditions to you yesterday,
    • frightened and disturbed at the turn the illness is taking. In cases
    • for this child will therefore be as I have described. We have also
    • and 12th July, when the child manifested the symptoms we described.
    • to adopt other measures, such as I described to you in part when I
    • When a year and a half old, she ceased to wet the bed at night, but
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    • fifteen described of whom Steiner had said she must have had a bad
    • our therapy. We have not, I think, up to now, prescribed any
    • prescribed; and if that did not help, nicotiana injections were to be
    • that I have described to you and upon which you will remember I laid
    • that I described for you in my lecture yesterday, as well as on
    • will emphatically be need in the future for what has been described
    • was prescribed.”)
    • For therapy, Rudolf Steiner prescribed injections of thyroid gland
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    • curative Eurythmy prescribed. Kleptomaniac boy of sixteen to
    • remains in bed. But when, as in the child we are considering, this
    • of Berberis vulgaris are prescribed because the causes of
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    • into the soil of the Earth, has embedded itself right into the light.
    • illnesses in this way and made such a map as I have described. In the
    • that are described in the book
    • described as swimming in a surging sea of spirit.
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    • general principles. (You will find them described in greater
    • hold of our thinking in the way that I have described, the
    • can, paradoxical as it may sound, be described as having
    • lift ourselves out into the condition I have described, where
    • the content of a wealth of literature, which has imbibed a
    • we do not as a rule mean that “there is the river-bed
    • can be disturbed, and can be disturbed to such an extent that
    • anabolism, in which case the organ becomes disturbed, or
    • disturbed by an excess of either integrating or
    • Suppose we take for example a human organ that is disturbed by
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    • human organ, can be disturbed. The upbuilding process can
    • the manner described, we shall see how everything that is
    • the bearer of all that can be described as the life
    • described in the introductory lecture.
    • In that which I have described as the “circumference”
    • described by physiology, within the organism; that it combines
    • to be attentive, because, in the breathing process as described
    • circumstances which can also be described) in another
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    • described does not necessarily arise from within; it can occur
    • Ego-organisation are too deeply embedded in the metabolic-limb
    • are absorbed; a strong excretory process permeates the brain.
    • to work upon everything of the nature of disturbed rhythm in
    • able to work upon disturbed forces of nutrition. The roots of
    • general sense — be described as ' swellings.' We learn to
    • opposite of what I described just now. When the system of
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    • principles. (You will find them described in greater detail in
    • the way that I have described, the shadowy quality of these
    • be described as having definite significance. All at once, as
    • into the condition I have described, where we are body-free
    • of a wealth of literature, which has imbibed a
    • river bed ‘Rhine,’ but we mean the flowing water
    • Nevertheless, this balance can be disturbed, and can be
    • disturbed to such an extent that some organ or other may have
    • the organ becomes disturbed, or atrophies; and thus we pass out
    • discern how it may be disturbed by an excess of either
    • for example a human organ that is disturbed by reason of too
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    • in a particular way in every human organ, can be disturbed. The
    • inner state of balance in the manner described, we shall see
    • described as the life of concepts. On the other hand, what we
    • be taken up by it and overcome, in the way described in the
    • have described as the ‘circumference’ and the
    • certain processes described by physiology, within the organism;
    • because, in the breathing process as described just now, where
    • described) in another place — for example in the
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    • What I have here described does not necessarily arise from
    • Ego-organisation are too deeply embedded in the metabolic-limb
    • digestive process. And then foreign bodies are absorbed; a
    • nature of disturbed rhythm in the blood-circulation and also
    • disturbed forces of nutrition.
    • sense — be described as ‘swellings.’ We learn
    • what I described just now. When the system of nerves-and-senses
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    • earlier scientific times, was somewhat amateurishly described as
    • physical body embedded within the etheric body, as though in a
    • strengthened the soul in the manner described by the training of
    • But he has within his astral body, as I have described it, something
    • these can be disturbed. An abnormal relation may arise between the etheric
    • is disturbed, illness arises.
    • described above, is that the glandular functions are disturbed. Since
    • absorbed. On the contrary, what is spiritual in the substance works
    • upon the astral body. (These things are described in a general sense;
    • latter case there is no longer anything spiritual to be described.
    • are as I have described. This is a case in which it is necessary to
    • which I have described, one comes upon centres of knowledge quite
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    • earlier scientific times, was somewhat amateurishly described as
    • physical body embedded within the etheric body, as though in a
    • strengthened the soul in the manner described by the training of
    • But he has within his astral body, as I have described it, something
    • these can be disturbed. An abnormal relation may arise between the etheric
    • is disturbed, illness arises.
    • described above, is that the glandular functions are disturbed. Since
    • absorbed. On the contrary, what is spiritual in the substance works
    • upon the astral body. (These things are described in a general sense;
    • latter case there is no longer anything spiritual to be described.
    • are as I have described. This is a case in which it is necessary to
    • which I have described, one comes upon centres of knowledge quite
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    • middle-class forms, can be best described by saying, that these
    • described in my book* And then, then we come also and very
    • And in saying that in Germany in October 1918 they succumbed
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    • the other human beings just described. They were beings
    • What is normally described as the history of Christian
    • Even the places were shown and described where such
    • the ego had absorbed and acquired was gradually unlearned and
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    • circumscribed by a word of later coinage, by the word
    • soil of posterity. However, what we have described can be
    • absorbed the knowledge of his day in the schools of Russia
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    • imbedded. Receiving everything from these forces, they acted
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    • exercises similar to the ones we have described in recent
    • even better described there.
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    • is embedded in this legend if we dwell in our true Easter
    • of those who were able to experience the Christ, as described
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    • the Holy Rishis, having absorbed them stage by stage in seven
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    • absorbed and developed the rudiments of arithmetic. They were
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    • have often described to anthroposophists how in his willing man
    • have just described. They are encased, as it were, within this
    • just described?
    • described to you, a small dark place is separated off. But it is only
    • Nature, and he saw as the unity I have described the sun and moon
    • sort of nourishment for the soul, which they had absorbed during sleep
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    • If not in the very oldest periods described in my book Occult Science,
    • ancient India, as I described them in
    • described as the guidance of mankind in the old centers of ritual and
    • described, yet at that time too there were three stages of
    • there remained something of it on waking. Yesterday I described this
    • it on waking. Yesterday I described this by saying that when men woke
    • interior, after the light had been absorbed by the Earth.
    • robbed of spirit. But if you plunge consciously into the region
    • which at first sight seemed to have been robbed of spirit. Man was
    • up out of bed. They do with their whole being what only the astral
    • Again, just as man is related, in the way I have described, to
    • inner concentration — not acquired in the way described in my book,
    • Jacob Boehme possessed this atavistic power when he looked a the plant and saw the quality of salt below, the mercurial in the middle and the phosphoric above. Thus we can see in the spirit of a man such as Boehme, who was a natural Sun-Initiate, a capacity belonging to an earlier period of civilization, that primal civilization before there was any reading or writing. You completely misunderstand him if you read works such as the Mysterium Magnum, the De Signatura Rerum or the Aurora and do not see that in this stammering presentation there is something quite similar to what I described in relation to the Druids. Boehme was not initiated in an external sense, but his Sun-Initiation rises within him like a repetition of an earlier earthly existence. We can trace this into the very details of his biography.
    • Moon-forces which I described in detail, or of the Sun-forces, which I
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    • kind described, and there was a third state of consciousness beyond
    • against natural laws, which are, as it were, robbed of their dignity
    • experienced in a much weaker degree during the three days described:
    • faint echo of it in the three-days' experience described, this contact
    • described for their understanding of the Cosmos. All our religious
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    • described as the bringer of the Runes, the Runic art of writing. He
    • described to you today.
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    • short time ago one of our friends was disturbed every night, as was
    • generally described; but this is not the case. I shall make use of an
    • will be fulfilled as described. But the separate events in life
    • described by Anthroposophy, which to the trained clairvoyant comes
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    • endeavouring, in the manner prescribed, to acquire a clear idea of
    • what is described in Occult Science. What is the reason that
    • these things are so described in that book? The descriptions given
    • a high degree of self-knowledge of the things described in my
    • clairvoyant forces, but the forces required to see what is described
    • clairvoyantly the facts Described in Occult Science; for in so
    • great universal viewpoints described in Occult Science, but
    • what the individual human soul does there; this is described in
    • consists in reading what is therein inscribed about their lives on the
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    • soul-spiritual part of the Earth is completely absorbed. Deep in the
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    • part in the turning of the year as I have just described it —
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    • described, they would have given an answer highly paradoxical to
    • for man long ago, as we have described it.
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    • described, they approached their “I” at midsummer, although
    • And when all the ceremonies had been carried out that I described
    • to be divine-spiritual within him he ascribed to the revelations of
    • ascribed to the season when spring is approaching.
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    • any way disturbed, instead of remaining the unconscious operation to
    • the disturbed breathing process makes a man conscious in dream, so
    • get rid of him. He goes through life with clubbed feet. Oedipus is
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    • surface between them is left comparatively undisturbed. There in the
    • Thinking, pure thought as such, is very little disturbed by Lucifer
    • of the flower beds — and we wanted to pronounce an opinion on this
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    • foundation of our physical organism — and embedded at the same time
    • who has come into the condition I have described it might well be
    • as I have described, it is difficult to find the way back. You must
    • and not be disturbed in his grave. I walked on a little further. A
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    • a glorious death. But woman’s fortune is so circumscribed:
    • Obedience to a harsh, imperious lord,
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    • And thou shalt heare, All here in one bed
    • This bed thy center is, these walls, thy
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    • rather should be described only as the last step: for the dramatic
    • man’s owne selfe with company robbed.
    • described them – something which was actually practised in
    • reciting just as I have presented it, when I described the more
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    • absorbed into the very substance of the vowel itself.
    • chariotest to their dark wintry bed
    • the sand and arid grasses of his bed glowed no longer. He rose
    • He climbed to the crest of the
    • hoop embedded in grey sand; and the tide was flowing in fast to the
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    • imbed them deep
    • from its grassy bed?
    • the things I have described. What lives in
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    • and leave all the rest to him. He must become absorbed in the
    • Bed
    • Bedürftig bin ich eurer Hilfe
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    • just described.
    • bedeutungsschwer:
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    • grows absorbed in his own way in what he terms Greek art (it was
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    • every epoch has to be described as not yet known. And this
    • punishments. And it is strictly prescribed how one must picture such
    • have just been described.
    • Imaginations here indicated, together with the prescribed exercises,
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    • Rosicrucian. Our movement must be described simply as the spiritual
    • indicated yesterday. The occult methods there described are designed
    • etheric body is too deeply embedded in the physical body for it to be
    • etheric body the effect described in my book,
    • us, which may be described as follows. (There are so many different
    • perception, already often described: ‘Now I know I am that very
    • that the writer of the Gospel has described something that we
    • described it. For we do not need to take these two pictures from the
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    • described yesterday, and the vision of Christ which will come to
    • conditions are described, including those I have dealt with myself, a
    • we have often described.
    • Churches, but has also absorbed nothing of modern rationalism. As
    • Pascal and Soloviev have so memorably described: we can call it
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    • Christ-Experience. The second way for the exotericist was described
    • the sea of the earthly-spiritual, even so are human beings embedded
    • devotion in the sense described — and with no other feelings
    • influences described above; but they need to have their difficulties
    • described in the last lecture, you will find you can understand what
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    • of existence? Into an existence described in the Buddha-teaching as
    • adherents of Buddhism. I have often described this. I have said that
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    • make it very plain that what is described is actual fact. Must we not
    • described in such detail that if we wish to picture it in imagination
    • and so on. In every detail something is described which would have no
    • described as clearly as anything can be that the linen wrappings are
    • he become visible? But for the occurrence described in the Bible
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    • I described
    • apparatus for the soul-life, the brain, is disturbed. Perception
    • etheric body and the astral body, is not in the least disturbed.
    • way described. The Phantom which rose from the grave communicates
    • Christ Jesus should be such as we have described it —
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    • Jesus-child described by Luke we have the Buddha forces at work. And
    • Nathan-child, described in the Luke Gospel, really had no Ego; as
    • described, should find a remarkable change when they discovered him
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    • read in the way described in the first lecture of this course, when
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    • described in earlier lecture-cycles as the seven stages of our
    • the incorrect method of Initiation described in the first lecture of
    • on. This has often been described.
    • been described. Even if we have not gone through these feelings with
    • Initiation was first described? You heard that such and such takes
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    • what this has meant for man. We have described what was wrought by Him
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    • innocence, obedient in his every action to the impulses instilled into
    • without guilt on his part; it is all inscribed in his karma and
    • the earth, an event with roots as deeply laid as those described
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    • blossom. Embedded as it were in this “double” is the astral
    • the airships in Atlantis described by Scott-Elliott. This shows us
    • actual and real process, is described by the Apocalyptist in detail.
    • John they are described in a very special way.
    • What I have here described is to be found in the fourth chapter of the
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    • this. If you follow the life of Jesus, you come to the event described
    • Illumined. When the scene is described in the life of Buddha it is
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    • educational methods applied there can really no longer be described
    • scientific intellectuality to flow over into what I have described as
    • morality: when all the efforts described in my book to reach this
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    • one another in the manner described. Yet the barbarian prince could
    • element that I have already described, but something else. When we
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    • I described yesterday was carried out in order to ground education
    • cultivate the memory. The memory absorbed what had been preserved by
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    • else as well. If you are able to study man in the way I described in
    • forward to the mode of cognition which I described in a previous
    • have described it, one can perceive indeed how, besides the forces of
    • earthly existence on account of all the facts which I have described,
    • reaches the second stage of exact clairvoyance (it is described in
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    • it may be described in the following way.
    • which have been described, just as feeling was freed at the
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    • reason have I described in detail the process of guiding the spirit to the
    • brain has been punished in the way I have described, permanent injury is
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    • described. But why were they thus instructed? This was due to the
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    • described, we so orientate the child's nature that his concepts will
    • way in which the plants are described must be very different from
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    • organization remains with the physical body lying there in bed. When
    • and perfects what has been absorbed during the day. Then the child
    • described in a cold, prosaic way. Without falling into the error of
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    • of the child; it is given in the form I have already described in connection
    • will be absorbed by his whole being, not merely by the forces of soul
    • of the “universal human,” which I have described in its
    • have described, the child is well able to conceive that all things have
    • child on to the age of nine or ten in the way described, nothing is
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    • described in these lectures, our teaching will always appeal to the
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    • while, however, the concern collapses, or it may be absorbed
    • attitude of mind such as I have described cannot work in an
    • what is individual in the soul. And if we have absorbed such
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    • even if this is done in a less external way than I described
    • moreover that runs its quiet course, undisturbed by inner
    • he had absorbed in the super-sensible life between death and a
    • writing his Demetrius. On his sick bed in raging fever
    • we not, just because a knowledge of man has been inscribed in
    • as I have described — we observe the child up to the
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    • otherwise than that the gods inscribed into the world this
    • muscles are described one after another and no impression is
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    • described yesterday as consisting of walking, which includes
    • pictures: so that the child receives pictures described by his
    • Deeply embedded in the nature of the child between the change
    • still deeply embedded in the etheric body. Therefore, because
    • is still embedded in the physical and etheric bodies every
    • described yesterday, we bring to him something that is deeply
    • this way. History must be described pictorially; we must paint
    • qualities of the child are far more deeply embedded in the
    • apparent and which are taken up and absorbed by the child in
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    • intuition, as described in my books, can be examined and
    • to work upon the children in the way that has been described,
    • rubbed something out. He had achieved nothing else whatever and
    • perception of the kind which I have described is necessary, but
    • all that I have already described, the following must also be
    • have described, in the lower classes they remain somewhat
    • ideals. They can be beautifully described, one can say: This is
    • by itself what I have described as something lying within the
    • your head!” This is certainly radically described, but
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    • [Walter de la Mare has described this experience
    • what he himself has absorbed into the atmosphere of the
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    • quite respectably solid, but a human being as described by such
    • doctor has acted perfectly correctly and has prescribed a quite
    • the head — something must be prescribed for it. Of
    • when others are absorbed in melancholy. Thus to handle the
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    • German language. In German something is described that rests
    • feels just as I described, that his hair is being pulled out by
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    • red? Should this child be given a yellow bed-cover or that
    • have described on the one hand how the art of education stands
    • actual fact it cannot truly be described, it must be
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    • not be built up exclusively in the way just described, but we
    • have described.
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    • man is embedded in the cosmos in a peculiar way. It is easily
    • the way I have described are arranged as breathing-processes in
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    • have just described. Perhaps the musical element will have to
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    • the kind I have described. Then civilization passed over to the
    • described.
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    • have described, you plant in the child's soul moral concepts
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    • described to you, in relation to the whole development,
    • already described as art, and derive from it writing and
    • to natural history after the age described in the last lecture,
    • absorb you as entirely as the child is absorbed in it —
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    • described — we can do this if we have our heart in the
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    • which I have described has, in fact, been tried, and the result
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    • have described, it is at this point that the child brings the
    • geography lessons in the way I have described we make him
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    • geography on the lines already described as in a resume. That
    • described. Life to-day is exclusively specialized. This
    • I have described.
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    • transforming much of what the children have absorbed purely
    • and I again bring to life what his cranium had imbibed more or
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    • it with feelings of greater obedience if it is sent to his
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    • “And I know that if you have absorbed properly into your
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    • just described united with the soul. Man descends, as it were, as
    • unites itself with the one just described. We can say: down there on
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    • facts which are reflections of the forces described in my book
    • Here I have described to you the soul processes. It is impossible for
    • These elements, as I have described, find their full expression in the
    • bundles of ganglia, which are embedded in the sympathetic nerves. We
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    • described by Kant and Laplace, would have been the same as it has
    • question of the development of events, such as I have described, but
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    • before they had completely absorbed the materialistic point of view,
    • wish, in the form in which I have described it to you, we have
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    • sympathy and antipathy because the eye, embedded in its bony hollow,
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    • world — as already described when speaking from the point of view
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    • described as the first thing that occurs in observation of the
    • described in current books on psychology. When the psychologists speak
    • when we are in bed at night we go to sleep. We have no idea that this
    • trouble about soul and spirit, and does not do all that is ascribed to
    • described as a hollow space, whilst at the external surface and in the
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    • anyone who can observe carefully what man loses in disturbed sleep,
    • your sleep was disturbed by some bodily condition or by mosquitoes, in
    • those for example, described in Goethe's Theory of Colour.
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    • lecture in Berlin once described an experience of his in a very
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    • leave man in ignorance of such things as I have described to you
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    • twelfth year which I have described to you. (see Practical Course
    • psychological book. Imagination exists; it, too, is described. But in
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    • have a thorough grasp of what I have just described. For, suppose a
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    • I have described how one does this.
    • way just described which is at work in a child: it is this which forms
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    • practicable in our own times than the way described yesterday. For in
    • What I have just described is what took place in ancient times, the
    • And what is there described, which differs
    • For instance, everything described in my
    • cannot teach what is of the spirit. It has to be freely absorbed from
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    • It might perhaps appear as if the art of education described in these
    • here being described. For one can perfectly well know what is the
    • It is entirely given up to what its organism has absorbed from the
    • be described as the fight between inherited characteristics and
    • This attitude is the natural outcome of such a position as I described
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    • slowly at any given age is more surely and healthily absorbed by the
    • an enormous hole that he had scrubbed with the india-rubber; nothing
    • after he had shown up merely a hole rubbed in his exercise book, he
    • may be described, or even if it is seen in a menagerie. So will a
    • have described, the child takes as much of the instruction as it can
    • teaching of numbers in the way described.
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    • to the 11th year the bone system is entirely embedded in the muscular
    • when we give him a picture of the earth in the manner I described
    • hitherto described only constitutes the very first step in the
    • to the world. He is absorbed into the world. He lives very little in
    • Now suppose I have by me such a child as I described. I am taking the
    • back upon the characteristics of the child which I described.
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    • teachers' meetings, as I have described. This is particularly
    • in an artistic form, in the manner I have described, the children have
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    • And then, what came out was what I have just described: a great
    • the spirit breaks down substances, in the way I described. Now our
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    • which I have just described to you were to be turned around again to
    • that manifest part of man which I have described and that part which,
    • in what I have described. This is precisely because in the case of the
    • that the digestion is disturbed and so on. The most varied conditions
    • when one is confronted with a situation such as I have described one
    • various classes who, due to the peculiarities which I have described
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    • “I”-exercise as it was first demonstrated and described
    • described, to do the “O” with the legs as well. That consists
    • Now one can also intensify all the exercises that we have just described
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    • which we have described today carried out by children in moderation
    • — those described today, I mean — carried out by adults
    • the beneficial effects just described to show themselves would be about
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    • which one has studied in the manner just described. Thus in eurythmy
    • to the rhythmic system become active in the way described earlier. And
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    • inwards which is in turn re-absorbed. In between lies thus what can
    • that I described as being especially under the influence of copper.
    • to hear Mechthild von Magdeburg or Saint Theresa described as personalities
    • entire human being by way of a prescribed method of breathing. This
    • shocks, no matter how it is prescribed; it should really be avoided.
    • should not be disturbed by the demands arising from an individual's
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    • on. When active in artistic eurythmy, one is completely absorbed in
    • upon both complexes of symptoms which I described in the previous hour.
    • that the abdomen is left in peace. It must be left undisturbed. It must
    • of symptoms which I described in the previous hour.” See the
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    • something which might be described as a vague musical motif, a sort of
    • such, is formed, something which might be described as being the
    • and absorbed by them in just as natural a way as they absorb spoken
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    • described to you. With the fats, however, whether they're plant fats
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    • still feel so young.” The other one, the “boy,” was disrobed,
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    • is asleep, the sentient body remains in bed with the physical and
    • man has absorbed these vibrations, they enable him to work from his
    • Although man is unaware of having absorbed tones during the night,
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    • from the lower nature of man. Physical man lies in bed connected with
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    • the point in time just described, man became capable of pouring forth
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    • they were one. Man's primeval speech may be described as a
    • one ascends to the spiritual world in the way described in my book,
    • described them, though the language often needs to be more flexible
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    • this, we have described the origin of song as well. It is hard today
    • described for you here? I have described the human etheric body. If
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    • The basic elements for it are described in my book,
    • There you will find described in a certain way, though in a sketchy
    • have described how the whole composition of human souls in the West
    • We have frequently described, however, this composition of soul, this
    • feeling. We have described in different words what human beings
    • I have described the human side, so to speak, of the matter, how this
    • described in my books,
    • relationship to the world — all this is described in the above
    • the most important world events are described. This occurs in the age
    • find it described as the “Lemurian Age” in my
    • to what subsequently has been described by the Bible as the fall into
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    • stimulus to spiritual knowledge, to the knowledge described today as
    • contain subject matter that can be imbibed very light-heartedly and
    • I have described a mode of consciousness that is at the same time a
    • things normally ascribed to chance seriously and regard them as hints
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    • clairvoyance has almost entirely ebbed away, this heritage still lives
    • knowledge of the future by such improper means as I described last
    • achieve their end by such illicit means as I described last time,
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    • beings you must recall the facts described in my book
    • knowledge accessible to man can be described by saying: he beholds
    • the times just described to you. Hence in our age too, those who have
    • with the pictures and Imaginations described in the Gospel of St.
    • to a human personality and his former incarnations as inscribed in
    • described. In their eyes the one who describes the physical
    • before the Baptism by John, is described by two Evangelists, by the
    • Matthew we find the annunciation of Jesus of Nazareth described quite
    • Nazareth. A remarkable incident is then described — how on the
    • the knowledge of Jesus of Nazareth compare with what is described in
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    • whole momentous significance of the events described to-day was revealed
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    • described as the translation of love and compassion into deed.
    • truly described only by one possessed of the heart and disposition of the
    • described to his disciples the path his soul had traversed and how he
    • Kamaloka there is inscribed into this life-extract everything he has
    • everything it contains from his former incarnations; it is inscribed
    • him from his fellows. This made him into a being best described as having
    • knowledge uninfluenced by Samskara. He described the path as
    • perfection and can work from above in the way described. This body
    • advanced! He had absorbed the forces of the protective astral sheath
    • appertains to the scene of Jesus in the temple could be described
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    • — was absorbed by the Nirmanakaya of Buddha and became one with it
    • absorbed by the astral sheath and contained the rejuvenating power
    • What is actually described to us in the Gospel of St. Luke when it
    • this latter couple (of the Nathan line) was born the child described to
    • eventually be absorbed into the Nirmanakaya of Buddha. At the time when
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    • described in yesterday's lecture, may have seemed very complicated.
    • on the one hand (as described in the Gospel of St. Luke), and on the
    • (as described in the Gospel of St. Matthew). The births of the two
    • described are also full of significance. A forerunner of Jesus of
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    • described what this most significant event meant for humanity and we
    • the form of commandment. Hence the element of obedience, submission
    • revelation from above. What we described as being necessary in the
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    • is afterwards described in the Gospel of St. Luke, was born — or
    • periods too, the process is a gradual one. As is described in greater
    • in the Jordan. The Being is He who is described in the Gospels:
    • happening described in the Old Testament as the ‘Fall into Sin’.
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    • strength through having absorbed more and more spiritual nourishment,
    • described, everything seems plausible; in fact the Gospels become
    • have absorbed the disharmonies reigning in the outer world to-day,
    • these are described in the passage in St. Luke's Gospel telling of
    • 5:18 And, behold, men brought in a bed a man which was taken with a palsy: and they sought means to bring him in, and to lay him before him. \
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    • Power described by Christ Jesus for His epoch as the ‘God
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    • whom the teaching proceeded in the form described in the lectures on
    • purpose is faithfully described by the writer of the Gospel of St. Luke.
    • that was his before he succumbed to the influence of the Luciferic
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    • themselves, something which could be described as an uncovering of a
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    • intervals. It was really what might be described as a reflection of
    • merely absorbed the image of the spectre, so that in reality members
    • individual member, the Society itself had what might be described as
    • of course to everyone who subscribed to modern thinking at that time,
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    • coming together of those whom I described as homeless souls.
    • that embedded in the individual psyche there are all kinds of
    • is why the human being was described as a microcosm.
    • described? In this respect there were some interesting experiences to
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    • intellectualism have robbed them of the spiritual world. Christ is
    • is usually so deeply embedded in the unconscious depths of their soul
    • only they are not aware of it; it is embedded in the subconscious.
    • always had the qualities I have described. If such people had not
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    • specifically among those who were initially what might be described
    • described yesterday as modern education, made its appearance. And
    • Thus these souls whom I described as homeless, whose earlier earth
    • showed that time has to be seen as moving backwards, and I described
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    • The first period, up until approximately 1907, can be described as
    • by the deference to so-called scientific authority which I described
    • some of which at least I have described, would allow the real
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    • context something came strongly to the surface which I have described
    • passed through two phases in the way I have described, there is
    • right way. That is when we observed what might be described as such
    • precedents exist as I have described.
    • as I described yesterday. The relationship between anthroposophy and
    • members only from among those who profess what is prescribed there.
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    • road we saw many extremely old plants which had absorbed quantities
    • absorbed by the blood vessels in the walls of the alimentary canal
    • hand, with the deeds of Marduk-Micha-el which I have just described
    • Mysteries, when people spoke only of such things as I have described
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    • space because to them the Sun was dark or black. They described
    • observed in the heavens. Therefore every seven years they inscribed
    • endowed with an aura, as I have described. And the sages saw beyond
    • associated in the way I have described. But we can go further.
    • As I have described in my books
    • born of fantasy. But in waking dreams, as I have described them, in
    • described in the books I have mentioned, we can also strive to expel
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    • have described.
    • manner already described, we are able to confirm that the
    • vertical position. Its base is embedded in the rock. This is
    • crystals is formed in the way I have described. And there are as many
    • by no means as simple as it sounds. What I have described to you,
    • its curiously ribbed surface. In brief, we become wholly
    • accompanying the dead in the way described we experience everything
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    • Chaldean epoch, we will suppose, has been prescribed highly
    • normal state which I described yesterday. The region in the
    • able to perceive this Goddess Natura and described her in his
    • experiences were described by the men of that epoch with a clarity
    • common knowledge in those days. What I have just described has been
    • were described so vividly because they had been so vividly
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    • the metal copper, I described the state of consciousness that enables
    • inhabit this world in the state of consciousness I have described, we
    • Being so vividly described by the teachers of the School of
    • intermediate world everything that I have described as solid and
    • described by the chemist and physicist cannot provide us with sense
    • second world it would be described as aeriform; but it is a
    • described here, then the effect in the first instance must be
    • what I have already described, we realize also that in man the
    • have been built up out of the world which I described as the world of
    • cannot be described as pleasant, for he feels as if he were bereft of
    • situation, as I have described it, follows upon the conscious
    • once again in the world I have already described to you, a world that
    • have described without Initiation-knowledge, for the physical
    • Elements which I have described to you, nor even from the world of
    • Wegman's Clinic in Arlesheim. A condition such as I have described
    • fever of unknown origin as it is described by orthodox medicine. With
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    • member is the etheric body which is described in more detail in my
    • only when we attain the emptied consciousness which I have described,
    • behind in the bed whilst the astral body and Ego slip out of the
    • lie in the bed; outside these bodies are the astral body and
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    • with real knowledge the Sun is not the globe of gas described by
    • which I described to you the day before yesterday. They are not empty
    • only be thankful that we are not disturbed by the limited information
    • include amongst them what I have just described, the movements
    • already described. But this world has many other aspects, amongst
    • magical practices which are fully described in the old books of
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    • The fact is that those beings which I have just described are
    • human Ego, certain entities of the class I have just described feel
    • already described.
    • own. I have already described it to some extent and have
    • meet with demoniac figures with enormous webbed feet — enormous
    • and other aquatic animals, huge webbed feet that are perpetually
    • described, with webbed feet and strange kangaroo-like body. Such a
    • described. Everything in the one world reacts upon the other worlds.
    • these beings. The knowledge of the universe that I have described
    • inertia, and when the phantom that I have described becomes
    • can they enter into the emanations which I described yesterday.
    • I have described.
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    • I described
    • of the spiritual exercises described in my book,
    • vision such as I have described amongst the Chaldeans and a condition
    • in the years between 1906 and 1909, I described the Earth in its earlier
    • avoid subjective interpretation and that I described with
    • discussing. None the less this path is precisely as I have described
    • path which can be described to you exactly and will serve as an
    • Theosophical Society, at the very time when I had already described
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    • lying in bed, as he would normally do, he wanders around and climbs
    • experiences, so instinct with wonder and poetry as described by
    • have followed the instructions described in my book
    • Sun from without. We take the path I have described through Moon,
    • I have just described which seeks to throw light on the inner life of
    • described. They belong to the realm that is perceived by the person
    • the method which I described before, we take our starting-point from
    • spiritual perception not an inner man such as I described earlier,
    • earthly consciousness in the manner I have described. We should not
    • path takes the course I have described and relies upon the methods of
    • described, in the full realization that it finds its strength and
    • of today must be imbued with human values such as I described
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    • manner described yesterday, then we perceive how, during the
    • path, which I described yesterday, perceives that whilst the cellular
    • consideration, but only the separate organs in the manner described
    • cosmic being whom I described to you yesterday. Thus, as we observe
    • can only be experienced in the way I have described, i.e. when we
    • doubt the musical development I have described will one day be
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    • road we saw many extremely old plants which had absorbed quantities
    • absorbed by the blood vessels in the walls of the alimentary canal
    • hand, with the deeds of Marduk-Micha-el which I have just described
    • Mysteries, when people spoke only of such things as I have described
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    • space because to them the Sun was dark or black. They described
    • observed in the heavens. Therefore every seven years they inscribed
    • endowed with an aura, as I have described. And the sages saw beyond
    • associated in the way I have described. But we can go further.
    • As I have described in my books
    • born of fantasy. But in waking dreams, as I have described them, in
    • described in the books I have mentioned, we can also strive to expel
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    • have described.
    • manner already described, we are able to confirm that the
    • vertical position. Its base is embedded in the rock. This is
    • crystals is formed in the way I have described. And there are as many
    • by no means as simple as it sounds. What I have described to you,
    • its curiously ribbed surface. In brief, we become wholly
    • accompanying the dead in the way described we experience everything
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    • Chaldean epoch, we will suppose, has been prescribed highly
    • normal state which I described yesterday. The region in the
    • able to perceive this Goddess Natura and described her in his
    • experiences were described by the men of that epoch with a clarity
    • common knowledge in those days. What I have just described has been
    • were described so vividly because they had been so vividly
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    • the metal copper, I described the state of consciousness that enables
    • inhabit this world in the state of consciousness I have described, we
    • Being so vividly described by the teachers of the School of
    • intermediate world everything that I have described as solid and
    • described by the chemist and physicist cannot provide us with sense
    • second world it would be described as aeriform; but it is a
    • described here, then the effect in the first instance must be
    • what I have already described, we realize also that in man the
    • have been built up out of the world which I described as the world of
    • cannot be described as pleasant, for he feels as if he were bereft of
    • situation, as I have described it, follows upon the conscious
    • once again in the world I have already described to you, a world that
    • have described without Initiation-knowledge, for the physical
    • Elements which I have described to you, nor even from the world of
    • Wegman's Clinic in Arlesheim. A condition such as I have described
    • fever of unknown origin as it is described by orthodox medicine. With
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    • member is the etheric body which is described in more detail in my
    • only when we attain the emptied consciousness which I have described,
    • behind in the bed whilst the astral body and Ego slip out of the
    • lie in the bed; outside these bodies are the astral body and
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    • with real knowledge the Sun is not the globe of gas described by
    • which I described to you the day before yesterday. They are not empty
    • only be thankful that we are not disturbed by the limited information
    • include amongst them what I have just described, the movements
    • already described. But this world has many other aspects, amongst
    • magical practices which are fully described in the old books of
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    • The fact is that those beings which I have just described are
    • human Ego, certain entities of the class I have just described feel
    • already described.
    • own. I have already described it to some extent and have
    • meet with demoniac figures with enormous webbed feet — enormous
    • and other aquatic animals, huge webbed feet that are perpetually
    • described, with webbed feet and strange kangaroo-like body. Such a
    • described. Everything in the one world reacts upon the other worlds.
    • these beings. The knowledge of the universe that I have described
    • inertia, and when the phantom that I have described becomes
    • can they enter into the emanations which I described yesterday.
    • I have described.
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    • I described
    • of the spiritual exercises described in my book,
    • vision such as I have described amongst the Chaldeans and a condition
    • in the years between 1906 and 1909, I described the Earth in its earlier
    • avoid subjective interpretation and that I described with
    • discussing. None the less this path is precisely as I have described
    • path which can be described to you exactly and will serve as an
    • Theosophical Society, at the very time when I had already described
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    • lying in bed, as he would normally do, he wanders around and climbs
    • experiences, so instinct with wonder and poetry as described by
    • have followed the instructions described in my book
    • Sun from without. We take the path I have described through Moon,
    • I have just described which seeks to throw light on the inner life of
    • described. They belong to the realm that is perceived by the person
    • the method which I described before, we take our starting-point from
    • spiritual perception not an inner man such as I described earlier,
    • earthly consciousness in the manner I have described. We should not
    • path takes the course I have described and relies upon the methods of
    • described, in the full realization that it finds its strength and
    • of today must be imbued with human values such as I described
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    • manner described yesterday, then we perceive how, during the
    • path, which I described yesterday, perceives that whilst the cellular
    • consideration, but only the separate organs in the manner described
    • cosmic being whom I described to you yesterday. Thus, as we observe
    • can only be experienced in the way I have described, i.e. when we
    • doubt the musical development I have described will one day be
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    • language where words not only acquire the meaning ascribed to
    • the meaning ascribed to them when we look at the cosmos in
    • which he was born and in which he is embedded, but from which
    • The way I have described man's relationship to his
    • Ahriman in the way I have described, he has also been getting
    • riverbed, the hollow in the ground. That would be the only
    • try and find anything old except the hollowed out riverbed,
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    • space body or described as an organisation in space. But the
    • described as being especially moulded and fashioned for the
    • other. Therefore what I described as an interval of a third
    • world of physical desires, man had absorbed impulses which
    • people take such pleasure in arranging what I have described
    • described
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    • been described in greater detail up to a certain stage in the
    • absorbed in the creativity of architecture, either as the
    • enter a little into what is described in
    • another, in the way I have described it in my book
    • stages have been described here. But the grades of experience
    • consciously into all that I have described to you as the
    • accomplish what we described yesterday as the submerging of
    • what can be described concerning the path of initiation will
    • described as the path of initiation; they will feel that
    • what is described as the path of initiation will say to
    • thus be described we have an indication of what spiritual
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    • into the element of earth. It is described in such detail
    • described in a wonderfully graphic way and centred in the
    • something occurs that can be described like this: We
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    • many different ways. What I have described here was one
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    • must be absorbed and brought to life within us, then it will
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    • along the hard path of meditation and concentration described in
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    • the mineral that is to be absorbed. So in the case of man the mineral
    • know of a corpse that it had life earlier. So today I have described
    • the embryo develops. I also described what happens earlier, the
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    • I described the condition that existed before our actual
    • If you picture concretely what I have described, you
    • lungs. They absorbed the air as a kind of food. They could not have
    • environment was absorbed. These organs were not used for flying;
    • bird puffed up its tissue with what it absorbed from the air and then
    • The condition I have described could have gone on for a long time;
    • was not yet inhaled but was absorbed. The bird-like creatures in
    • particular took it in. They absorbed it as they absorbed the sulphur,
    • ages which I have described the life-conditions for them were there,
    • described, but not as a physical being. He was there in a very fine
    • when the earth looked as I have now described. The moon had first to
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    • not been absorbed by the body, but round about, because the animal
    • described and what you can still see today, our earth is a greybeard,
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    • into the earth as I described to you, when they examine something
    • then; man was just absorbed into the rest of the earth's fluids. So
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    • even if remains did exist, we would have to dig down into the bed of
    • bed — a more difficult procedure than people think — and
    • absorbed everything from the Europeans, and what remains of their
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    • place as I described to you. With the fats, however, whether they're
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    • The other one, the “boy,” was disrobed, could no longer
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    • find human beings formed in the way I described here recently, out of
    • the help of their imagination. Since the Greeks ascribed all natural
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    • inscribed in the smell of the cosmic gas, by what the spirit of
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    • solid in the sense in which today the earth is solid, But I described
    • still without bones. I described this to you when I was speaking of
    • have themselves absorbed them from the earth. Now the rose, when it
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    • of cloth smeared with some kind of amalgam; after it has been rubbed
    • so simple. A stick of sealing wax is rubbed and electricity comes out
    • out of bed on a fine summer day and look out the window, we are in
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    • that when lightning is released from the air, as I described last
    • described. Through the fact that the air exerts less pressure toward
    • their heart is disturbed. But people put up with all that in a vague
    • although today he is described everywhere as a highly gifted pioneer
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    • this process is described very simply by saying: Man breathes in
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    • so described. Yet there are times when spiritual life takes a leap forward,
    • endowed with the inner characteristics I have just described. I will not
    • period I described earlier. This same Spiritual Science also shows us that
    • kind I have just described.
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    • it. The richer the fund of his impulses, the more he has absorbed and the
    • what his pupil is doing wrong but is not perturbed by it, because his
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    • rightly, with perfect tranquility, out of his Ego, in the sense described
    • men have curbed their passions and desires and kept them out of the way. Why
    • soul absorbed in creative activity is shown by what Prometheus says in the
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    • briefly described the content of the Intellectual Soul. We have seen how wild
    • realm described by Goethe:
    • to allow truth and knowledge to be prescribed for them.
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    • bed, while his astral body, including the Sentient Soul, Intellectual Soul
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    • bodies remain in bed, and we separate from them what we call the
    • centuries. We shall understand the true meaning of asceticism as described
    • strength to use the means I have described for developing higher faculties.
    • training as those we have described. Again there may be a dual result. It may
    • described in greater detail in my book,
    • to those who fail to pursue energetically the methods we have described,
    • spiritual world; he will remain embedded in the physical world to which these
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    • hand, if a man is dubbed an egoist without more ado, this is by no means the
    • that we find described in a wonderful way how the Ego can rise
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    • keeping with the conceptions described in the first part of this lecture. For
    • described it to his secretary, Eckermann:
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    • physical and etheric bodies behind in bed, he goes out from them with his ego
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    • dulled activity. The results are already in existence. What we described in
    • described today as physical light; but in light we have to search for that
    • being fired; and when he wakes up he sees that the chair next to the bed has
    • and our ego is embedded in a place where
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    • have described comes to pass, though on a lower level. If someone tickles
    • be described without weaving any intimate link between them and the souls of
    • comfort and well-being which I have described as being associated with tears.
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    • sought for knowledge in the way described, believed that they could find
    • and multiple strives towards the unity prescribed by the ego. In all mystics,
    • had, his inner experience will still have to be described in words and
    • worlds. In a certain sense it is a threefold path. We have described the
    • ourselves to the outer world, not merely staring at it but becoming absorbed
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    • been frequently described. In ordinary life the astral body of the human
    • remain in bed and that the astral body and the ego return to their proper
    • being can be described as the “inner human being”. These terms
    • astral body and the ego and the “outer human being”. We described
    • life. But the frontier which we described and which is drawn for the physical
    • it means the opposite, that we cannot restore the disturbed balance between
    • at our disposal. The task to heal to the best of our ability lies embedded in
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    • the other hand, can be described as one who readily submits to changing
    • As described in the
    • self-absorbed.
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    • observer of a soul-life which can be described truly as mentally disordered
    • healthy normal soul-life and one which can be described with the words
    • observations cannot be interpreted in the correct way can it be described as
    • in ordinary science. We have shown how what remains in bed of the sleeping
    • bed, that the inner human being is given over to his real home, the spiritual
    • Physical body and ether body remain in bed during sleep. Then the parts which
    • world were described in these lectures as the astral human body which, in
    • being. The astral body has to be described separately from the sentient body
    • be disturbed if they fail to function in their normal way. Why does this
    • process which was described takes place there. In the consciousness soul the
    • might be described as a pretty phrase, were we not dealing with a serious
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    • of knowledge. The whole life of the soul has been described, as it reveals
    • ego-consciousness, for he was embedded in spiritual life itself, and when his
    • described, what does the seer tell us concerning the human consciousness of
    • how he had disturbed and disrupted the cosmic order, and they were intended
    • it is when conscience is naively described as the voice of God in man. At the
    • required; the facts I have described are seen by the inward eye. Anyone who
    • who described the same situation
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    • before men were so deeply embedded in material existence as they came to be
    • events described in their mythologies were realities. Myths, sagas, even
    • “That was the experience of man when he was still embedded in the
    • passions flare up in this way, and why did all the events described by
    • just described, were actively involved in human conflicts. Thus we see the
    • given so effective expression to the truth as he saw it if he had described
    • described once only? That is indeed what Dante did. The world he describes is
    • experiences described by Dante are those of one person; Shakespeare shows us
    • his rich life, while he climbed from stage to stage of knowledge in his
    • Dante could be described only in his own one-sided way, Goethe's
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    • described are Jesus in the Essene community, the conversation between
    • The Jesus very well described by the Gospel of Matthew
    • the Jesus according to Luke. The Jesus described by Matthew
    • normal child absorbed little of what he saw and heard. This
    • child, however, absorbed with great ease all the sparse
    • whom he emerged teaching — as it is also described in the
    • described lived on in his soul.
    • Nazareth did — as I have just described — causes deep sorrow in
    • And as he described to her his lonely suffering, and what he
    • something which may be described as: “Where has your soul
    • If these events, which I have described as
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    • described are Jesus in the Essene community, the conversation between
    • terms, I described how such reading in the Akasha Chronical is
    • are described as stages of consciousness. This means that if
    • this by continuous practice, as I described in my book
    • thirtieth year. What I described is less important than having
    • described him. He received the Christ-being, the
    • described will be distorted in such a way that I hesitate to
    • is also described in the Gospels, followed. From the viewpoint
    • described fairly accurately by the words of the clairvoyant
    • experience on the way to the Jordan river, which I described
    • described is mistaken. What is it supposed to mean that Judas
    • What happened then is beautifully described in the other
    • be described in such simple, stammering words, because it is
    • to see that the arrangement of the shrouds described in the
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    • remains did exist we should have to dig down into the bed of the
    • Atlantic Ocean to find them. We should have to get down to this bed
    • entirely Europeanized, its people have gradually absorbed
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    • human beings formed in the way I described here a short while ago,
    • originally made could only be ascribed to possession by the spirit,
    • ascribed to good spirits all natural forms and to bad spirits all
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    • described in this unique book. Nine of fifteen lectures given
    • here, and I have recently described the life of the wasps to you.
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    • described in this unique book. Nine of fifteen lectures given
    • which it thus absorbed. There lie the forces through which the bee
    • fact that has been described to you. In the hive there is a variety
    • thoroughly absorbed its influences. Consequently the worker-bee
    • marriage-bed to which one retires, it all takes an entirely different course.
    • have already described this to you), and that drone alone which can
    • and lays her eggs. So you see, the bees have no marriage-bed, they have a
    • first the little larva appear, as Herr Müller has so well described,
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    • described in this unique book. Nine of fifteen lectures given
    • to add something about the Queen. We have already described how she lays
    • precision and sureness cannot be ascribed to the eyes, but to
    • something so that it can be more readily absorbed, and so it is with
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    • described in this unique book. Nine of fifteen lectures given
    • mal-nutrition. As described here, the treatment was to dissolve the
    • as to be given this honey-cure (as described in the article), at the age
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    • described in this unique book. Nine of fifteen lectures given
    • happened meanwhile? I have already described to you how the matter,
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    • described in this unique book. Nine of fifteen lectures given
    • by some clever fellow to produce a second brood as I have described.
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    • described in this unique book. Nine of fifteen lectures given
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    • described in this unique book. Nine of fifteen lectures given
    • shakes and shakes itself. The lad was much disturbed by this, and
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    • described in this unique book. Nine of fifteen lectures given
    • hole which I described, and lets itself down there, and flies out.
    • would do quite stupidly all that I have described as so beautiful.
    • described, is especially interesting for it works in wood that is no
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    • perhaps for weeks been discussed by, or described to many of
    • knowledge of man just described.
    • reading one is not continually disturbed by the lecturer, as
    • thinking be embedded in the lecture, — not in the
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    • There, things do not click-in, in the way I described
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    • proper social-democratic writer, as was Franz Mehring, ascribed the
    • described it, you lead him to the point of sensing the matter. For
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    • spiritual life has gradually been absorbed by the life of the state
    • nineteenth century, the cultural life has been absorbed by the life
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    • described in the
    • surroundings the way I have described it.
    • something like what I have described today as creating a
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    • who had thoroughly imbibed the scientific thought of his time. Saint-Simon
    • reigned supreme for centuries, had been absorbed by Christianity but in
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    • were absorbed into the peoples who had already for a long time inhabited
    • the southern peninsulas, that is to say they were absorbed into the
    • away in the time of Augustine. The Goths were among the tribes absorbed
    • characterised differently. I have described how the ancient
    • these nomadic peoples Christianity was absorbed into the ancestral cults
    • described. He stands within a spiritual stream which was experienced by
    • a spiritual life developed such as I have described. And this spiritual
    • towns. That life of picture-like waking dreams which I have described
    • fortune telling, had developed out of the union of what I described
    • influence to bear upon the current which we have already described as
    • I have described to you
    • thought has been born in the way I have described. This thought, however,
    • the way I have described. But now in the time of poverty, in the time of
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    • knowledge than when such facts are simply described in their
    • the same as I have just described with the example of
    • described, and were to take the content of the world into our
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    • described as representative of the rhythmic system, namely,
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    • described its similarity to, and some of its differences
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    • nerves. The life panorama and the experiences described in
    • described to you in a very few words is really acquired over
    • properly described, can be grasped by a healthy human
    • (of the kind I have described) are repeatedly held in our
    • as imaginations (we have already partly described this) are
    • precautionary measures are applied which I have described in
    • for the phenomenon just described, I have chosen the word
    • just described can actually be followed only by modern man.
    • as I have described. Nevertheless, there is something similar
    • leads us through what I have described.
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    • course of life as I have described — thus also
    • have described, something of a soul-spiritual nature is also
    • be inwardly numbed or he would disturb his rhythmic system in
    • mankind's development. Deep knowledge, as I have described,
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    • have described them in the books already named. I wish to
    • opposite, and those who parallel what I have just described
    • what I have just described to you, precisely this kind of
    • have described it, then he learns not only to describe a
    • senses continue inward as I have described them. Little by
    • our nervous system since our birth. I have described the
    • that followed the event I have just described to you, my time
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    • that I described yesterday as an inner crossing in the
    • someone might raise a certain objection to what I described
    • situation similar to the one we described at the beginning of
    • experience when all that I have described comes into us
    • I would like to speak of something I described in the
    • see the vistas that are opened up by what I have described.
    • which I have described. Thus you can realize that perception
    • we have already had what I have described as the life
    • just described — to the conditions after death. In
    • historical observation achieved here can be described as a
    • understanding to rise (as I have repeatedly described) to a
    • object, no one could speak of the beings I described in
    • shell, and he described the animal, such an eyewitness could
    • question arises: how is what is described related to
    • words “God geometrizes” were inscribed as a motto
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    • such as I have just described, and ever and again those who strove for
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    • humanity and Union with reality. It is as though we have grabbed the
    • to roll on beyond the veil of sense as I have described. I thus gave my
    • the two paths that I described on the basis of actual observation of
    • described to you yesterday. By having attained Imagination one is able
    • epistemological method I described to you today — which many may
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    • in the way that I described in my book,
    • in the way I have just described, among such people a high incidence
    • that appear pathologically and have been described by Westphal, Falret,
    • and others. It is no accident that these have been described only just
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    • against the pathological states that I described yesterday — even
    • as I have described it in my books, must experience this reality each
    • years of childhood, as I have described it to you. One experiences not
    • These have been described very recently by those who are able to study
    • the Organs of digestion are attacked, and digestion is disturbed. He
    • been described in the medical literature is particularly interesting.
    • bedrooms at night — something that has perhaps long since become
    • they call forth all kinds of pathological conditions that are ascribed
    • be ascribed to the particular configuration of soul arising within man.
    • itself consciously. Just as that which I have described to you in the
    • the result of this immersion I have described to you. One must come
    • the realms that I described as the basis of a true knowledge of man,
    • earthly life, as I have described it to you here in other lectures.
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    • to achieve a higher development, similar to the one we have described,
    • of teeth in the way I have described.
    • reality, and lives into the higher realm that I have described to you
    • to lay hold of the physical body in the wrong way. I described the natural
    • in such cases there arise the harmful afflictions I described this morning
    • cognition. It is a danger, because in following the path I have described
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    • I have described to you. I said that those Westerners who desire to
    • I have described an entirely
    • have described: he will, of course, not be able to claim that he has
    • one's ordinary consciousness in the way described. Now we are
    • what I described yesterday, if only very briefly, as the path leading
    • experiences to the full the images formed in the way described above,
    • described to observe this permeation of the physical organism by the
    • Once we tread the path of knowledge I have described, we become aware
    • within as well. I have already described the three inner senses through
    • into the inner realm so that, by one's remaining undisturbed by sensations
    • one has penetrated through what I have described as the sense-triad
    • have described with particular clarity what they have experienced in
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    • described when speaking about the actual physical head is
    • is also concerned, as I have described it in our breathing
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    • Yesterday we described the physical body in such a way that
    • disturbed in its passage in any way and can penetrate into
    • process is disturbed, that is, if a vital process overpowers
    • do directly with illness. I have just described to you the
    • just described can be observed in life directly, but we can
    • with phosphorus and sulfur in the way I have described.
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    • awakening are disturbed, the patient naturally tells us
    • not totally absorbed by it. It is a surplus, an
    • with what I have described in my book, Theosophy, for
    • described his work in the dark room in an interesting way. He
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    • hand, everything that I described yesterday will play a
    • establish a proper relationship in the way I have described.
    • cases to be extremely careful as to the diet prescribed.
    • there. What I have described as a seeking for the proper
    • process I have described we have to do with an advance, with
    • to all I have described, have cold hands and feet. This is
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    • described. This is something that leads us deeply into the
    • selective affinity for the process I have just described. Let
    • disturbed and I must restore it again, but through the help
    • described) comes to expression in conditions of jaundice. In
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    • constant, and that the protein absorbed undergoes rapid
    • protein absorbed. These diametrically opposed theories are
    • as it belongs to the organs described, is essentially for the
    • another. There is nothing here that can be described in a
    • If we put a patient to bed and tuck him in, this is simply an
    • then turn your attention to those more embedded in this
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    • clove root, then, the whole effect must be ascribed more to
    • and reaction — is embedded in the astrality and ego
    • described. When we give it internally, however, we must
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    • process described in detail elsewhere). You can see how the
    • just described as a radiation, and it is present in the most
    • balance is disturbed, however, the metal that can bring
    • digestion, in working through the absorbed food by the
    • described as a radiation, as I have just done. Then we have
    • already described the abnormalities that arise there. Now,
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    • one I have described as being under the influence of cuprum;
    • through prescribed breathing. This is something which under
    • prescribed in this or that way, and it should be avoided. We
    • all of medicine should occur, and it should not be disturbed
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    • you the breaking away of the moon, as you find it described in my
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    • in bed ... he cannot apparently walk ... he cannot move.
    • whole time in bed.
    • is to et up, and to put him to bed again in the evening.
    • described any other kind of man; if they did not notice that they
    • described man when he is asleep, if they overdid their part and wanted
    • to go further, they have never described him as anything but an
    • I have described how the modern philosopher comes to admit to himself:
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    • mind, one must say to oneself: what is really being described here?
    • All sorts of fantastic things are described which have not the
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    • have a contour and the circumscribed picture inside it. Then these
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    • Now at the time of which I speak, what I have just described to you
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    • Goethe's soul up to the time in which he inscribed these
    • described at the beginning of this second book. The Gods,
    • Have we not described how what we experience in the spiritual
    • described in this passage, we see that the human soul stands
    • ascribed pre-eminently to the ancient Greeks. Because
    • cases described. In the field of philosophy particularly, it
    • on still undisturbed — are forces within the spiritual
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    • the Greek element was absorbed. This is clearly expressed,
    • nature of beings and things which are then described from the
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    • another way this German element can best be described by
    • absorbed into the Magyars, like the Zipser Germans. The
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    • absorbed of Spiritual Science in the course of the years, and
    • bed to set about the day's work, you can say to yourself
    • described as motifs which progress, ascend, and enclose.
    • have described is perceptible to a man only if he
    • outwards, then what I have described comes to him as a mighty
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    • I described yesterday in speaking of the inner experience of
    • this Cross is inscribed into very life.
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    • over from Asia with all that I have now described and which,
    • architectural decorations had not arisen in the way described
    • absorbed the doctrines of Semper. Already then they were
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    • described as follows: Gothic architecture contains the
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    • absorbed. The colour is of course modified by every struggle
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    • portly volume. This feature may be ascribed to the fact that we
    • direction of this science cannot even be described as a most
    • must be ascribed to Kant's Critique of Judgment which
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    • perhaps for weeks been discussed by, or described to many of
    • knowledge of man just described.
    • reading one is not continually disturbed by the lecturer, as
    • thinking be embedded in the lecture, — not in the
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    • described in the Kernpunkte. Only by placing such a
    • surroundings the way I have described it.
    • something like what I have described today as creating a
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    • heap of ruins. As you climbed up the Goetheanum hill here in
    • consideration, but in obedience to a call resounding from the
    • built on spiritual foundations, in the way I have described,
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    • today. I have often described to you the conditions under
    • contributions. I have described to you how
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    • described by our young friend from various angles. So please
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    • establishment of the School on the generous scale described
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    • erect it in the manner described.
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    • have described, I do believe that this is one of the most
    • is described as having been a victim of the envy of the
    • described. In olden times, down on the earth, one thought of
    • find as was that to the Holy Grail described in the
    • places that saw what I have just described to you. Here one
    • one I have described. Hence our basic mood when we first look
    • back to those ages that are often described as being so dark,
    • misfortune which bore, inscribed in the flames, the words
    • pupils in the Middle Ages in the manner described just now
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    • I have just described, is not the only sad sight to meet the
    • Threshold in a state of sleep in the way I have described. In
    • gathering. For the scene which I have described to you and
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    • Dornach building was everything I have just described — an
    • fate for the past four years. The situation has to be described as it
    • faculty that performs far more brilliantly in both the described
    • time should be described.
    • anthroposophy in the Society are sometimes disturbed to hear, in the
    • have described and everything that has gone with them force me to end
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    • described, while in the second it is extremely difficult to summon it
    • concepts educate our souls to the pure thinking described in my
    • moral impulses with the aid of pure thinking, as described in the
    • death in the form of the looking back I have described; whereas
    • I have described to
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    • moment of awakening that one has been lying passively in bed, letting
    • Experiencing this awakening as I have described it in my book,
    • exercises described in my book,
    • described at the earlier meeting as fruitless argumentation and
    • phase of the Movement, the spiritual worlds were being described in
    • the way I described them at the beginning of my lecture today when I
    • consciousness I have described as so essential.
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    • invariably a featherbed. Living means work. Here one has this hard
    • one's thoughts, which in other situations are so circumscribed by
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    • and to feel the intimate connection with it just described. We must,
    • come to me for the purpose described that if true community were to
    • ourselves, shut in and encapsulated, as we were when absorbed in our
    • absorbed. Divine powers are present in sense perceptible form in the
    • I have described part
    • Society is that it become absorbed in a true grasp of anthroposophy.
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    • other people, as I described yesterday. A certain degree of community
    • another level when the state of soul of a person absorbed in dream
    • have described as so characteristic of the societies we are
    • various paths described in part in
    • absorbed unless it is objective. The anthroposophical standpoint
    • described from the standpoint of the prerequisites of its existence
    • High School courses. Yesterday, I described how the Goetheanum was
    • I described how, in eurythmy for example, the lines of the Goetheanum
    • I described it as needing. For the ordinary way of looking at things
    • it disturbed me because of my awareness of the things we have been
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    • table. It can only be described as a hailstorm, and there seemed to
    • assembed in the hall had really come out, even though much
    • described, and the other looser, freer Anthroposophical Society whose
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    • Sunday, Monday and Tuesday; they have been described to you at least
    • international social life can be ascribed to these class
    • because it comes into the child's experience and is absorbed by him
    • purposes of illustration, I have just described as taking place when
    • lead one into the super-sensible world in exactly the way described in
    • variety of ways. They are all described and there to choose from in
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    • isolated from him, his consciousness absorbed by something that he
    • cognition cannot be absorbed in the way we take in other learning. It
    • described to you on Saturday: On the one hand the old Society going
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    • state that the volume was not very well-thumbed! Sometimes one
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    • deep impression on evolution, and are described by the name
    • in ordinary life our innermost being is embedded in our physical and
    • First, where we described the whole course of progress, and then that
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    • “Theosophy” by another view which I described as the
    • may perhaps be only a few who can travel the spiritual path described
    • of the senses as already described, yet we must allow an element does
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    • that these epochs should be described differently. For as men of the
    • the life of a man have been described as follows: — The first
    • seven years, from birth to the change of teeth, is described as the
    • as described. It was not necessary for the Holy Rischis to use it in
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    • we have described them in other connections on many occasions. Thus
    • ancient ritual (when the events just described had taken place in his
    • biographers in so far as they described the life of Christ by saying:
    • this voice? It sprang from what I have just described as a great
    • humanity,” and he described himself as a
    • but to baptise in the higher sense described by John as the
    • truth regarding this were to be described, we would have to describe
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    • We have described the human Being from various points of view as an
    • The mystic life enters through the door I have described, and this in
    • described in the only way it can be described how an individual can
    • initiation was found which I have just described in its highest
    • then occurs (but not till later years) what I described as happening
    • This smile is described as the first thing which showed him to be
    • described in respect of Buddha. Now think of falling asleep as a
    • see reality but imaginary forms, fantastic images which are described
    • disturbed. Such a child is in a world which is rightly described as
    • described, in a deeper sense, what we have often considered before:
    • have just described in Zarathustra; the southern, on the other hand,
    • individual is what is especially described by Mark. The Gospels of
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    • allowed the power of these to act on him has then climbed one of the
    • event is described in the Bible as a sudden illumination, yet those
    • his evolution, the part we have just described. A quite different
    • part of him. It was in respect of their souls men were described long
    • ago, not as became customary later when people were described by
    • they were described according to their spiritual values.
    • moment of time I have already described, within which lie the
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    • these two types; between the one just described and others whose
    • plane. Of the man whose life we have described as being the opposite
    • felt. And when life reveals the things I have just described people
    • ego which I have described elsewhere from different aspects, showing
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    • feeling perturbed he is attached to his idea.
    • fructification such as I have described will take place in the soul.
    • that those things will come to pass in the future which are described
    • manner (as we have described to-day) works inspiringly with his
    • is to be born in us, and is described in the words of St. Paul:
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    • have described the whole course of human evolution. First we have a
    • described marvellously by someone who said: — Josaphat is a
    • ascribed to the direct influence of the macrocosm, and others that
    • have to be ascribed to the co-operation of the sexes.
    • development, such as has frequently been described by me, evolve
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    • have described, so your forefathers (which means many souls present
    • the world as his own personal gift. What I have described is an inner
    • bed. His soul no longer suited his body, for owing to the way he had
    • they enter the spiritual world, what happens is beautifully described
    • the longing I have described is to be but a vain dream of those who
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    • of truth, of the world spirit. If we have climbed up a higher level of knowledge,
    • we also have a relative judgment only which always increases, if we have climbed
    • The right way is the way itself, above all that which was inscribed on the Greek
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    • described it as the spirit of mathematics as nous which results easily like
    • This is the way prescribed by teachings thousands of years old which one only
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    • in the waking consciousness to that state which I have described in the first
    • and experience the described metamorphosis of the mind then we can get to a
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    • one ascribed that which they made known to a divine inspiration. One believed
    • his bed; he has heard the chair toppling over, but not in such a way as it is,
    • on actions, he rises from his bed, sits down, we say, if he is a student, to
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    • report on spirits and apparitions of spirits and described all these matters.
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    • Mesmer’s healings, one ascribed the success to it.
    • who have described these phenomena in detail and already knew different matters,
    • to be ascribed to these phenomena which makes them synonymous and belonging
    • This experiment had been already described by Daniel Schwenter (1585–1636,
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    • You need to become absorbed in higher
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    • rather on a ground which can be circumscribed as I try it now. I ask you to
    • our contemporaries, unperturbed by those who, going out from the materialistic
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    • dogmas. What we have to teach is deeply inscribed in any soul. The theosophist
    • else than to get his listeners to read what is inscribed in their souls. Somebody
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    • bedtime, when we no longer have any fresh sense impressions, but let
    • already known to us and described for instance in my book
    • experience and what is described here as something that will come
    • boys, the one described in the Luke Gospel, we have a somewhat
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    • as a fact of nature what has just been described, will preserve these
    • an understanding of occult life as I have described it today.
    • down into the astral body of the Jesus boy described in the Luke
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    • described is a fact of the physical world, though it does not come by
    • has this definite feeling which can be described in this way: without
    • That a man can have an experience of the kind described is due to his
    • question had perhaps succumbed, became single-hued as a result of the
    • described yesterday.
    • perturbed, for the more you examine theosophy or Spiritual Science the
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    • to bed with our feelings vividly stirred, when we know that we have
    • and toss in bed and are unable to fall asleep. In other words, whereas
    • intimately united with us. If we have gone to bed in a mood of
    • physical plane, and who have absorbed the teachings of Spiritual
    • in the twenty-ninth year of his life, while he sat absorbed in
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    • described, still other results follow from this for the human soul,
    • He described this in detail, and was stimulated to an extraordinary
    • of things, as we have described.
    • time — although he will be absorbed intensely in all things
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    • body. The world-spirit has inscribed such a picture in nature to draw
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    • weakening effect of delights and joys in life is graphically described
    • What has been described are two ways of accepting our karma. In a
    • in your thoughts and ideas have been absorbed from outside, it is
    • mightily at work, realising that he is embedded in these cosmic
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    • ourselves climbed on that roof, loosened the tile and then ran down so
    • they are to be remembered. One such exercise has just been described.
    • ascribed to chance.
    • lying in bed — in other places I have mentioned different forms
    • bed collapses; although nobody else would have been in danger of
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    • astral body of the child Jesus described in the St. Luke Gospel. The
    • preparation for the aforesaid conference, and described to them the
    • you will find Kamaloka described. This sojourn of man
    • described in the Gospel of St. Luke? ‘Glory in the heights and on the
    • been built up consistently and in obedience to principle, and
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    • event is described as a miracle: the Holy Spirit was poured out over
    • mood of soul has also been absorbed into the modern view of the
    • the present time shows us how far man has become embedded in purely
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    • I have described to you, which is well known to all occultists, namely, the
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    • only during the middle of the Lemurian epoch that what is described
    • drive vehicles, as described by Scott-Elliot
    • ascribed to the liver, with which it stands in occult relationship.
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    • many occasions I have described the problem of Faust
    • ‘Sons of the Widow.’ However, Mani described himself as
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    • apprentice, journeyman and master would be initiated in the way I described
    • same state as I have just described. But the possibility is there,
    • taken up by the participants is closely prescribed by ceremony. The
    • content — and have absorbed it into ourselves, we shall recognise
    • be sucked in, absorbed.
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    • Freemasonry had fairly well reached the state that I have described.
    • place as it is described there, but something on a much greater scale
    • than that does actually happen, of which what is described in
    • the King's presence. But he described to the Queen with great
    • of Freemasonry, as I have described it, is called the Egyptian rite,
    • what I described at the beginning as the knowledge of the
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    • culture is described in the saga of Aeneas. The latter was one of the
    • robbed of his throne by his brother Amulius, his son was killed and
    • absorbed all this knowledge, all this wisdom, into himself. We would
    • one, of the order and harmony which I have described. When you sit
    • reconstruction has been described in the Temple Legend. The Temple
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    • embedded in the darkness of the earth,is on the
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    • good and evil. How man got this capacity is described in the Bible,
    • laid into that; this Word is thus, as it were, entombed in earthly
    • Son and Father are as though entombed in the earth: the Father in the
    • Word became entombed in the earth. It will be resurrected again when
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    • a transaction on the astral plane. Everything which I have described
    • importance was ascribed to the development of reason and to the
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    • that the outward compilation of the Bible is rightly ascribed to only
    • Ten Commandments are inscribed on this stone that conceals the hidden
    • one. The true Word is concealed. The Ten Commandments are inscribed
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    • things is ascribed. When the Old Testament began to gain power
    • aspiration. This is described to us in the legend of Cain and Abel.
    • were undisturbed by female thinking. One had to affirm something
    • inscribed.
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    • which become absorbed in the child's own astral substance. A teacher
    • absorbed [by it] and they simply go right through.
    • of all be absorbed in the intermediary substance and [then] remake
    • produced by chance; each nation, on the contrary, has its prescribed
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    • in Trent; although it was not a real council, it was dubbed ‘The
    • to the procedures which to the extent possible we have described and
    • the world and of humanity I, was not described; instead it was brought
    • arose at the same time when the Mysteries which I have just described
    • be used for social salvation. This power, which is described by those
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    • blessing. Described in earthly terms: the moment of death,
    • number. This is admitted. If, however, as described above,
    • The body had been placed on the bed and his servant was
    • spent the day quietly and she only went to bed when all
    • or came slowly towards me, stood beside the bed, as
    • bed the next night. She finally let herself be persuaded
    • In the evening when she had gone to bed, her maid called
    • me to her. I put a table with night-lights near the bed,
    • Gaussin, I saw her sitting upright in bed with staring
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    • an etheric body is described.
    • the hand is rubbed over some surface. This force is not
    • imbedded.
    • Spectrum” ... it contains the forces I have described,
    • of karma is inscribed in the nature of the man. Karma
    • described in the tale has, in this respect, been truly
    • the still young American culture, are described in a great
    • described with poignant concreteness and self-surrendering
    • mentioned. The whole of the present time is described in
    • cannot be cured. She dies ... and her death is described. In
    • physical world. The moment of death is described as
    • wonderfully described. In this death spectrum, spiritually
    • and concretely described as it emerges from the body, there
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    • we wish to reach the dead in the manner I described to you
    • picture the tragic destruction of Laocoön as described
    • described by those who knew him in words which may sound
    • Wir bedurfen hier zum Erdenwerk
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    • is described as an extension of forgetting. Intuition is shown to be the
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    • is described as an extension of forgetting. Intuition is shown to be the
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    • is described as an extension of forgetting. Intuition is shown to be the
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    • is described as an extension of forgetting. Intuition is shown to be the
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    • to the anthroposophical path of knowledge. Imagination is described as a
    • is described as an extension of forgetting. Intuition is shown to be the
    • as the insights gained by the intellect. In my books, I have described
    • be achieved by the method described in my books.
    • do not take the preventive measures I have so often described, which
    • when it is in the position just described, and compare it with the inner
    • described for the way one comes to understand freedom in my
    • gone through something of the kind I have just described, will perceive
    • If the soul has prepared itself in the way I have described, it will
    • perception, in a way to be described later. It is however important
    • I have described, and this will then also be able to find expression
    • cognition in man himself. The process was not described in the way a
    • But in fact the picture I have described to you is only something that
    • on Goethe, I have on several occasions described the inner process by
    • have described at the beginning of today's talk. The result will
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    • to the anthroposophical path of knowledge. Imagination is described as a
    • is described as an extension of forgetting. Intuition is shown to be the
    • I have described how imaginative
    • remembering things. These exercises have been described in my book
    • is applied to the action I have just described, this action will appear
    • which the material world is dying. Comparing what I have just described
    • the process of Imagination to thinking, as I have just described. It
    • perception, as it has been described.
    • we live in a world of pictures, as I have described it. But it is in
    • to use exercises of the kind that I have described in my book Knowledge
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    • to the anthroposophical path of knowledge. Imagination is described as a
    • is described as an extension of forgetting. Intuition is shown to be the
    • of human souls and human hearts. The type of inner conflict I have described
    • described is the cosmic insight sought through the spiritual science
    • it is able to gain by following its path. I have described the path
    • conscious awareness at that point. With the exercises described in great
    • moral Intuitions in our moral intentions, as described in my Philosophy
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    • to the anthroposophical path of knowledge. Imagination is described as a
    • is described as an extension of forgetting. Intuition is shown to be the
    • are revealed, man's soul perceives — and I have already described
    • absorbed in the thought content, but of the thought process being held
    • the meditation on the Rose Cross I have described in the second part
    • that when such things are described they are received in an inner soul
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    • such a way that it was emptied of all it had absorbed before,
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    • in sympathy with the scientist who described the virgin birth
    • followers, has been able to think out the speeches ascribed to
    • described in these terms, therefore, the Gospel failed to meet
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    • absorbed a sum of scientific concepts of the present time,
    • internally luminous, after it has absorbed it! The plants and
    • I am glad that you have not been grabbed rudely by the shadow
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    • only embedded does not appear to him. If the geologist shows us
    • spiritual world is described from the words “In the
    • earth were created the following is described. It is the most
    • imaginations. These are the facts that are described in the
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    • clearly described in the phenomenon of the burning bush. There
    • had to be described quite different from that which we see in
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    • prescribed medicines, and the other venesected. It turned out
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    • plant food is absorbed, the blood sedimentation is much lower.
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    • already be in good order if he is not disturbed. Of course, it
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    • Tolstoy shows already how he absorbed it that in him a soul
    • himself sitting in his bed at night and dreaming of the tap the
    • Carnegie thereby climbed up to the telegraph operator.
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    • proceeds properly and is not disturbed. What is omitted here
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    • these are described appropriately. It is not a poetic picture,
    • described in the second part of
    • are only embedded. Again, he sees supersensible threads
    • spiritual powers is vividly described here. Then it is vividly
    • described how the historical powers that are real powers to the
    • which moves him up to the eternal spheres. Goethe described
    • is done what is not to be described by sensuous words if one
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    • transforms the sufferings described by Buddha. Overcoming the
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    • beside all the other exercises which you find described in
    • because he was robbed of the spiritual wings and was clothed in
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    • bed. There we have the same again: the dream transforms an
    • what proceeds in the seabed, what happens there, what swims or
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    • Such experiences are described in the myths. If to us is told
    • the mysteries, which I have now described to you, in Wales and
    • Single initiates really experienced what I have described. They
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    • in what I have described as the formation, you can feel how the movement
    • must take deeply into your soul this first principle, as I have described
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    • discover this as being of equal importance, let us say, to what is described
    • so on. Then, moving further inwards, the brain is described; the muscles
    • of the foot are described. These things are described as if somebody
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    • science has to impart. For instance, when I described the progression
    • that the processes on Saturn were as I described them. But that is not
    • is described. And I have always been most delighted when somebody said
    • that he would like to compose in music what has been described in the
    • out some of it, leave out the colour element, as I described, the warmth
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    • In order to form the third, you unfold the movement as I described it
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    • undergo states I have described to you before, and that you
    • elements of human nature that seem to lie unconscious in bed
    • student woke up and saw the mathematics student get out of bed
    • long time and then went back to bed and slept. The next day,
    • again backwards in this way, just as I described it in my book
    • Theosophy. There, I described the land of the soul and the
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    • day. That would be what I have described to you in preceding lectures
    • consciousness, but he is seen surrounded by what might be described
    • of those matters most easily absorbed. And such a lack of objective
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    • our conceptual world is of moon origin. On an earlier occasion I described
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    • of soul described above could not take place.
    • strings, and no reflection were to come about in you as described because
    • I once described Mauthner as “out-Kanting
    • to that of love, and then to what I have described in the past as grace,
  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 6: Imaginative Cognition Leaves Insights of Natural Science Behind
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    • to see our thoughts in the way just described. Then we are also in a
    • same character, the same inner nature as the thought-forms described.
    • into it upon leaving our physical bodies behind as described. Try to
    • aside in a way that could be described as follows: O gnomes, we give
    • This can be compared to what Goethe described
    • thoughts behind as described, however, we feel our unity with the life
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    • lives in us that cannot be ascribed directly to any connection with
    • our astral bodies will be so embedded in these etheric bodies that they
    • hinting thereby that an exchange of the kind described has to take place!
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    • If you think over the change that had to be described in advancing
    • a desire to return to the physical body lives in us, as I've often described.
    • that the etheric body is absorbed into the etheric world when we lay
    • it aside after death, just as the physical body is absorbed into the
    • say that the etheric body is absorbed into the etheric world, but that
    • this etheric body is absorbed into the etheric world, I can best do
    • This means that the content we have given it is bound up with, embedded
    • into the etheric world, embedded in it. And if we observe a person's
    • feelings. I have often described the situation as an entering into our
    • There is described in detail how we live in the life after death
    • inkling of the fact that this spiritual world must really be described
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    • an outer object. I have described this increase of such
    • have also described it in my little writing
    • described in the book How Does
    • looked at spiritual science who has absorbed some of its
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    • has already described these concomitants quite well, as for
    • is the mood of the scientific researcher as I have described it
    • digestible food and undisturbed circulation of their juices,
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    • different stages, as I have described them in my book
    • internally if we let nothing into our soul in the described way
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    • of the described cognitional forces instead of means of the
    • an experience by a development as I have described it in the
    • described in my writing How Does
    • lying in the bed.
    • your body into the field; if the body lies idly in the bed, no
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    • absorbed what these epochs could give the souls. Thus, the
    • the just described subtler etheric body. It can just live on at
    • grave, it becomes apparent that it has adsorbed forces by
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    • it appears first. But one can get it as it is described in the
    • which I have described in the writing
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    • described as the experience of thoughts after death, which go
    • that soul condition which I have just described. The soul has a
    • within them. If you can feel the time of that described soul
    • I have described this world more for the
    • I have described these processes more
    • described way, if we consider the mental leftovers of our past
    • described here, these matters can arise. If then one has them,
    • horizon where he experiences what I have described today. The
    • have described today. One does not get to know the human soul
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    • attains with an inner development, as I have described it more
    • theory which thinks in theory in the described way, it is not
    • on his sickbed and sent out the picture of the
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    • on all who loved this building, has robbed us of the
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    • sometimes disturbed, that certain phases of development make
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    • early childhood? It is, as I have described it just now, the
    • child's soul life and the pictorial realm, as I have described
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    • is also ascribed to human speech. The ding-dong theory
    • life. Otherwise Tagore would not have described the sinister
    • until the change of teeth, as I have already described it. What
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    • itself, or historical characters who are vividly described, can
    • perspective without their first having inwardly absorbed
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    • relationship I described as the dominant feature in the child
    • described, we can see how love especially comes to meet this
    • in what I described yesterday and the day before about the
    • accomplishing their tasks as described. Here we have to
    • moral impulses originate in love, as was described. For nothing
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    • period of development, as already described during a previous
    • gratitude — in the sense described yesterday — and
    • I described to you in fair detail. These are all things that
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    • arts, such as painting — it is not absorbed rationally,
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    • the knowledge which I have lately described to you. The ancient
    • then the blood is destroyed, oxygen is absorbed from
    • s. In sleep, when we lie in bed,
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    • reflected to some extent but much is absorbed. However, the
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    • which I have just described, in two conditions following upon
    • This ceases in the same way as I described in the forces being
    • which develops the power I have often described which can be
    • experienced as I've described in “Theosophy” where
    • outer nature is described, what a person may feel, how the one
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    • direction which I have just described.
    • absorbed by the collectivism which had been caused by the
    • Because economic life can in no way be circumscribed by the
    • bearing within it the described symptoms of disease and others
    • realm of the social organism. That is why I have described how
    • aware that — as I described it myself — the
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    • do what I have described! Each of you who has come to a later age of
    • life. What I have described most definitely takes place, even if it
    • cosmic regions where the conflict of gods takes place (I described this
    • we are now such men according to the one stream as I have described.
    • time in the way I have described. These are the Luciferic beings. They
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    • character. What I have described to you here is just as much a fact
    • today is not disturbed by recognising polarity, but he will not approach
    • in the way described.
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    • come would allow spiritual thoughts to be prescribed for them; and
    • oneself. The above-mentioned person absorbed spiritual conceptions with
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    • described; on the authority of the religion-founders. But because these
    • vision described, realized this relation, though very dimly — for
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    • preparation may be described as follows: Through what it is able to
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    • absorbed while his soul faithfully followed the progress of our
    • life, the content of the life which this soul absorbed. The cloudlike
    • that has been described from out the spiritual worlds through the
    • he was connected with us, he absorbed into his being our teaching about
    • the Christ. He absorbed this anthroposophical teaching, binding it to
    • has absorbed the teaching into its being. But this particular soul
    • our own. All that such a soul absorbed, however, is not merely a
    • enthusiasm, this soul worked among us, and absorbed the cosmological
    • personality had absorbed in the field of Anthroposophy manifestly
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    • their results — if after death, consciousness is disturbed by sin
    • incarnation must have been inscribed in the Akashic Record, but it is
    • soul has absorbed the Christ-conception in all seriousness. For all
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    • in a simple form so that it can be absorbed, although it can only later
    • is imbibed, in a more or less childlike form. And if these very
    • remains are left, as we have described. Further incarnations have other
    • make it possible for men — even those, who have imbibed much
    • spirit’ in the sense described, and the souls who knew her will
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    • before the human soul in its contemplation are inscribed the two great
    • body, is only a covering for the event that cannot be described otherwise
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    • Temple have — with a few exceptions — been completely absorbed
    • dwell those three shadow-thoughts that have been described.
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    • with the body that is given to him from the stream of heredity. I described
    • Golgotha. This ebbed away, strangely enough, in the early centuries,
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    • One must understand the inner significance of what can be described
    • absolute nonsense. For when the ancient Egyptian turned inward in obedience
    • described it today. You can see from my description the necessity for
    • I have described this earlier initiation today from a certain point of
    • attained by the paths described in
    • ideas with my eyes.” He meant that what he had described was not
    • to what I described earlier as the second stage in the ancient Egyptian
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    • described as the content of the ancient Gnosis was reduced in earlier
    • be gained today in the way described. With that, things come to life.
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    • the events described in connection with initiation are conjured up, as
    • our time. What can be described as the process of initiation, especially
    • until he became a “Christophorus.” These events, as I described
    • no ground under his feet. When such an experience is described by a
    • did not describe her as the ancient Greek poets had described her, but
    • self-knowledge in the new way—not in the easy way described by
    • Commedia. If we remember that what Latini described was a typical
    • initiation, that he actually described what was taking place in the
    • of time. For what I have described is not very far in the past, only
    • Later he described the event as something that entered his life, something
    • that happened in his life. We may say that he described it, though not
    • can be described as follows: Even though, in spite of this experience,
    • way I have described. Then if the individual can have this mood, if
    • this mood of objectivity that I have described, in which something external
    • I have described — the initiation of Brunetto Latini, and the
    • But all that is so described is really happening within man.
    • such as I have described. For although a man may be totally unaware
    • I have described appears thus in the inner being of man; in outer life
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    • dear friends, in the way I have just described, if with your thoughts
    • The human soul-attitude is not always described so truthfully as Bismarck
    • once described it. Bismarck made a curious remark about the last Hohenzollern
    • do not take it as theory but in the living way I have often described.
    • spiritual science which I have described as the new creative work of
    • Sunday wishes as I described them. This will make it possible not always
    • deeply inscribed in your souls. For if we wish to be awake at this turning-point
    • in another connection. It is a man who for the reasons just described
    • with their children and those still unborn, ought they to be robbed
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    • I have described. People may struggle against admitting this into their
    • described?
    • is described by the spiritual investigator, they would have a different
    • souls with recognition of the spiritual world, as I described it today,
    • as the experiments I have described accomplish it. People have that
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    • described are not only objectively evil, they also directly contradict
    • incessantly through the behavior I described and through other occult
    • clearly described your own difficulties in researching the Grail mysteries,
    • described, my wife and I find ourselves in a situation with regard to
    • letter that reads as follows: “Through the events I have described,
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    • and a very narrow bed, and now I don't know how all those bodies are
    • over again. I have described it drastically because things like this
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    • already an outstanding scholar who had not only absorbed all the knowledge
    • beings embedded in it. This is very characteristic and quite significant.
    • the connection, let us recall several things I have described before.
    • am being observed.” Out of deeply embedded habits, we expect the
    • free of ourselves as we look at higher worlds. I have described this
    • experience things in the other way I described. This is not something we
    • this has already been described there.
    • now prevails, as I described in a recent lecture.
    • have become embedded in our physical body and are consuming it, although
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    • constellation which becomes fixed in this way is what might be described
    • have needed to be stronger in his own soul. As it was, however, he succumbed
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    • great scholar, when Swedenborg encountered the beings I described, this
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    • that I described these same things quite precisely from a historical
    • experienced and described only by artists (approximately since the
    • through the kind of mingling of spheres I described, so that people
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    • described it in the book
    • What I have described of the supersensible
    • something else. I have described the way through the thoughts
    • have just described as the abstract and sober of rational
    • described it. The soul meets inner enemies there. Then the
    • understand the described things in the trivial sense. There one
    • the supersensible worlds, as I have described them today, are
    • described them, he meets, indeed, strange spiritual worlds, but
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    • I have described the methods there which we want to touch now
    • he tosses and turns sleepless in bed. Not our thinking which we
    • may still exist; but, the later absorbed can no longer work
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    • greatness stick to our hearts as they are described in the
    • him in the described way, and he did not turn away his thoughts
    • of his soul that had experienced what we have just described.
    • I have described the character of Jezebel.
    • have his ancestral holding. He took to his bed, covered his
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    • body of the human being lies in the bed, while the real
    • the bed. However, the forces, the real inner being of this
    • instructions what he had to experience were described as a
    • which is described as the Mystery of Golgotha. Now the time
    • Christianity, the just described Christ impulse brought to the
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    • the culture which is described in history as the Persian one,
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    • correction of the first sheet only on his deathbed, because he
    • world-revolutionising work only on his deathbed. Those who kept
    • embedded in the spiritual-mental of the world. Since Galilei
    • contents with Aristotle. We still see the spiritual described
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    • in the bed for one week. Now something appeared, while once the
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    • that time, which had already absorbed the Greek civilisation, there
    • absorbed by the barbarians of the North, who did not possess the wisdom
    • the fact that the strongest impulse in history could not be absorbed
    • epoch; this impulse could instead be absorbed by men who were apparently
    • came to the fore, as it were, and they absorbed the very impulses which
    • Suppose that everything which is described in history books as the
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    • concentration of thinking, by additional methods described in
    • became a Capuchin and priest he described that in his nice
    • described way the soul as a spirit gains a relation to the
    • it can advance by the described soul methods. Then it cannot
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    • described way; one thought destroys the other partially or
    • one as I have described it, but you counter the present thought
    • only from the viewpoint, which I have now described, so that
    • is strengthened by the exercises which I have described in my
    • on this level of knowledge that I have described. Now he also
    • spiritual world on the way described today; but it will settle
    • research is destiny. It is to him that which I have described;
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    • in the described way.
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    • has nothing to do with the mechanism that described this
    • in the sense is absorbed in the deeper nervous system, in the
    • those misunderstandings that I have described today have
    • way as I have just described it? Spiritual science shows there
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    • through those inner processes which I have described more
    • life that one gets to the etheric life in the described way,
    • embedded in it. Indeed, disappointed hopes are in this basic
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    • consciousness with the other exercises, as they are described
    • such a way as I have recently described it: by handing over the
    • to be described in our language. I can only say thst everybody
    • life, as I have described it. Since we are connected already
    • described three photos via the medium that the photographer
    • not yet there at the time when the medium described them, but
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    • consciousness to the beholding one. I described that, for
    • there you feel embedded in a surging substantial sea in which
    • a tool of the etheric world as I have just described it, and
    • such a way as I have described it, the human being would never
    • life, and what I have described in the preceding talks as that
    • the things which I have described are regarded as follies; but
    • they can be regarded also as facts which are simply described
    • as outer events can be described. However, this approach of
    • consciousness reaches them as I have described it. But, at
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    • — as I have described. In the sleeping state — he
    • have described it, like a dream recollection of the sleep, but
    • around to experiencing such a thing as I have described if he
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    • to father and mother was described wonderfully in the Goethean
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    • especially if persons should be described, who have attained a
    • given to show that in the time for which this is described the
    • favourable hour. This fact is described and is shown: Moses
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    • be overcome which can be described as a decomposition process
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    • you see that just as the soul is embedded in a body, the spirit
    • is embedded in the soul. As the imbedding of the soul in the
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    • There we see those excesses then which were often described how
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    • described to you. Just by the fact that the physical matter of
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    • is no other relation than that I have just described. Also
    • the described sensuous facts using telescopes, microscopes,
    • described in the religious scriptures. Just as in the
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    • gun beside him, and he is not disturbed directing his attention
    • develop which I described to you. However, it must happen
    • in the bed and the astral body lives in the supersensible
    • lump to the organism in which the organs form. I have described
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    • considered with spiritual-scientific feeling, if at the sickbed
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    • we grasp it in its depth. Thus, I have described three epochs
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    • described, then you have it.
    • morning to night. Then you go to bed, sleep the whole night
    • buddhi, manas, of that which I have described as spirit self,
    • In its flat bed
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    • outside of him, while he is, otherwise, embedded in the desires
    • simply embedded in them and his higher nature lives only
    • Whereas he identifies himself with it, is embedded in it, it
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    • castle to experience what we have just described. When he felt
    • the human being has climbed up the first steps of the path of
    • a way on which Parzival is described. Lohengrin belongs to the
    • of the human being to the higher self is described in Parzival,
    • described in Lohengrin.
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    • not so easy that it can be described in one or two hours even
    • strictly prescribed way, he has to inhale, to hold his breath,
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    • back, not absorbed, but merely flirted with theatrically:
    • became parasitic because it was not absorbed; it was
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    • everything that one can described as rights-life,
    • described what is experienced there from soul to soul as
    • described the phenomenon of present day knowledge in this
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    • described as an individual's experience when crossing the
    • has described; that is, the three stages — waking,
    • the human being. But these faculties ebbed away. They had
    • order — as do such men as I have described
    • threshold which I have described in the right way —
    • undoubtedly a very excellent citizen, obedient to the
    • “awakening” such as I have described in my
    • Intuition, which you find described in Knowledge of
    • You will find it described in my book Riddles of
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    • described there resemble those, which the people experience
    • who is embedded in the atmosphere of our time and wants to get
    • remains embedded; he lives on dully but contently in general.
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    • sleep in his bed — only the physical body lies there connected
    • physical and etheric bodies that stay behind in the bed. The
    • sleeping human being, we have the physical body in the bed that
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    • science what lies, so to speak, in the bed, from this essence.
    • In the bed lies the physical body that is handed over at death
    • the bed, the physical body is not in such a way as it is when
    • that in the bed there lie the physical body and the etheric
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    • thought of eternity with strictly prescribed methods if he
    • is added to the described element. To the colours, still
    • world arises from the uncertain which I have just described.
    • described what someone has to experience who aims at the
    • that one can only behold if the just described spiritual
    • entire sensuous world is embedded in this supersensible,
    • that appears as the opposite what I have described today: the
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    • confusion in its structure by allowing itself to be absorbed by another
    • towards reality wherever it came to my notice. I have described to you
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    • living in the threefold order can perhaps be described like this, to
    • what I have just described. In earthly existence we come into individual
    • in the way I have just described.
    • been absorbed by the political State. Man's spiritual life must be freed
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    • of culture, the Indian, and described its character from the most varied
    • of the leading circles of mankind to be absorbed more and more in the
    • can be briefly described as the effort of the modern soul, in the time
    • ascribed to it! — So it may also happen that people come to think:
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    • for its content all that has been absorbed into the will of the most
    • upon this; it is enough to think that you have here, described in the
    • as I described them to you here a little time ago, you come to respect
    • For that, he would have to take the next step which I have already described.
    • sources I have described. Therefore at the time Fichte was working,
    • be as little disturbed by this as by the fact that one cannot grasp
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    • and a new birth have often been described to you. How do these conditions
    • to soul, which may be described as the mutual working of soul to soul,
    • described the young men who went about with dark circles under their
    • eyes and slept with tuberroses beside their beds! The employer leads
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    • the terrible catastrophe into which we have today been driven. He described
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    • finished product of bygone times. And the same is true of Pobedonosceff
    • Cardinal Rauscher, and Pobedonosceff himself, would have it. Had the world
    • Pobedonosceff, it goes without saying that the present war would not have
    • have built on Pobedonosceff's ideas, because the reality went in another
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    • isolation I have described, those deep perceptions arise in
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    • we have thus described.
    • now imagine, happening- with any human being, what I described
    • will understand how such things as Goethe described
    • somehow be benumbed in order not to experience the Faustian
    • benumbed. This experience he had. For what was living so
    • reason he needed what I described in the last lecture as
    • system, as I described before. The Ego and astral body need
    • I just described. But what would happen if all men, who like
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    • described. But in the course of the 4th post-Atlantean time,
    • should be done. For he has absorbed all manner of ideas. There
    • above-described sense — did not sever itself from man.
    • influence which I have just described. But now that the work
    • described — proceeding from man himself —
    • a thing to happen as we have just described, depends upon a
    • have here described it, would be precisely the same in this
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    • only when spiritual science, developed in Central Europe, becomes absorbed
    • degree robbed the first half of the 19th Century of its spiritual achievements;
    • I said that our time has robbed the 19th Century of its spiritual achievements
    • who in recent times have been victims of spiritual isolation and robbed
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    • this to be the case. They may have absorbed one or two ideas considered
    • at what culture has become in this domain it can hardly be described
    • as preserving and advancing human life. Had it been described as created
    • process, as described by spiritual science, with that described by natural
    • are described as force and matter. What can be described as force and
    • matter are really described by Lucifer and Ahriman. You may say: this
    • All the exercises described
    • described this process of our thoughts separating themselves from us
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    • of Ahriman. And if the materialistic tendencies, which are fully described
    • of how the force worked which gave man life through the breath. As described
    • Golgotha, related to that process I have just described as lying above
    • today is harmful. The aim of the breathing exercises, described in Oriental
    • influence the process of breathing became dulled as I have just described.
    • If a chip has become embedded in the eye it will see a dark space before
    • the premise that wisdom is to be ascribed to a good God. But why does
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    • life. She absorbed the content of spiritual science from the start with
    • age they are often shattered. In recent lectures I have described deeper
    • of single individuals: ultimate truth. We have been robbed of all this
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    • have already been described. Some fifty or sixty years ago there was
    • I have just described which arose out of necessity in human evolution.
    • described is a fact of human evolution.
    • an integral part of what has just been described.
    • therefore inevitable when there are people — as I described in
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    • not inscribed by pen or printer's ink into external documents. Furthermore
    • I recently described the
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    • from spiritual realms enter their consciousness. I described some instances
    • physical things. Spiritual experiences must be described in pictures,
    • way for the founding of Christianity. What he absorbed in these Mysteries
    • the greatness of Russian nature. Over several years we have described
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    • upon developing his thinking, in ways I have often described, his thinking
    • For every stage climbed a certain number of days in purgatory were remitted,
    • if the whole flight of steps were climbed on one's knees without getting
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    • human being. The air is absorbed, and it penetrates and fills
    • were transformed in the way we described yesterday were
    • absorbed by his etheric, fluidic man. He felt that he was
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    • what I described to you, during the third mystery epoch when
    • Therewith we have described the esoteric or inner connection
    • must live in a priest's soul. We have described what can make
    • successive conditions of warmth. Man absorbed various states of
    • such a way that it is like the Imagination I described. This is
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    • were described in the Apocalypse. It's really wonderful;
    • they're all described in such a way that they're clearly
    • described an eighth community, he would have been describing
    • of the possible things were already described in these seven
    • what they had to give inscribed in supersensible regions.
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    • Then again, Pergamos is described as a community which
    • beings in the way I described, namely, in the way one must look
    • described in the fifth community and in the fifth seal, when
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    • world in the way I described. Nevertheless, it was created in
    • through heredity. One described the life of a human being as
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    • such disobedient beings like the sun demon Soradt, one of the
    • have described how this Michael impulse was introduced from a
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    • in the way which has often been described. Now if we don't
    • content of the Apocalypse, it becomes inscribed in the ether of
    • the earth's aura. What is inscribed there then works upon the
    • waking up. It was inscribed there already through the great,
    • Christ-evolution is inscribed in man's etheric body. This is
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    • perspective is described in a way which is in complete
    • into the condition which I described in my book
    • described oneself through what one did in a kind of
    • really like hide-and-seek, for if He has an inscribed name
    • condition is described which must set in, and which will of
    • that I described is — the beast which induces human
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    • wherever human beings have succumbed to the Babylonian
    • described here befalls other beings. This is of course
    • described it in my autobiography; but Ahriman becomes a direct
    • the orbits which are prescribed by the sun's existence. Satan
    • prescribed planetary orbits. So this came about at a certain
    • have succumbed to the Babylonian temptation and whose bodies
    • described. Then John becomes our ally, and after all he is
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    • described there which are connected with the return of human
    • being when it came down to earth, is described in a brilliant
    • ages can also be described in this way, and I have often done
    • saw something like what I just described: a real sun-woman with
    • one where the dragon is turned loose and where what I described
    • that I described today. Let's take this in as a kind of festive
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    • the stages which are described in the Apocalypse' with outer
    • plague of locusts which is described in the Apocalypse is
    • fourth seal, when Islam breaks in in the way I described. And
    • events that are described in history books, — it's the
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    • perception of the spiritual world, as I described in my book
    • death comes from another world that I described from a certain
    • into three parts — which I described for individuals in
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    • can't help it that it is being absorbed by the age of
    • reemerges. So when crystal clear water is absorbed by a dirty
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    • could be absorbed by the earth's atmosphere and which became
    • could be absorbed by the earth.
    • before then and was absorbed by the earth; the earth feeds on
    • — it's not too far away; but what the earth has absorbed
    • What the earth has absorbed becomes spiritualized by other
    • continuously corrected and healed by the absorbed cometary
    • becomes atomized in the way that I described and comes down
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    • trumpets, and then he goes on to what I described yesterday as
    • described in the Proserpina saga —, if one takes this
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    • in the described manner, and one could say that he possesses
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    • happening in combination with that which is prescribed, leads in middle
    • as a scene, what is described pictorially.
    • was prescribed how such pictures in churches were to be painted.
    • Lazarus looks, etc.. This he had to paint. That was prescribed, not
    • as rigidly as in the East, but prescribed nevertheless. But he needed
    • how it was prescribed. That was the tradition. Now we visualize the cut,
    • (now ascribed to the so called, “Master of the Sterzinger
    • is as it needed to be described as the entering of the individual into
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    • a human being. We know why this is so. We described it many times. It
    • up. Of course we see that the independence of the figures is disturbed,
    • which I just described, It meets one also in Italian towns. For basically
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    • specifically pagan in art has never been described. When you study Greek
    • forms in the figures that I have described. Not that the Greek was devoid
    • Apollo-type, is to be ascribed to the fact that during these centuries
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    • nature of which can be described somewhat as follows:
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    • thought of as the calm, as yet undisturbed flow of cosmic
    • in its course towards the Sun it absorbed and steeped
    • until enough had been absorbed for its needs; then came
    • it has absorbed and on its own further course reaches
    • return, having first absorbed something of the wisdom
    • and reign of David; he is described as the royal
    • absorbed enough of the Hermes-wisdom, the stream of his
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    • — the stage of Old Sun. There, as described in thc
    • absorbed during the night from the whole solar system.
    • then itself to evolve, and we have already described how
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    • bodies that re-main in the bed during sleep constitute
    • who possesses the clairvoyant faculties here described
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    • everything absorbed by humanity in Earth-existence,
    • boy at the time described to us, when his parents were
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    • world-mysteries were described from the standpoint of
    • already described as the danger threatening one who
    • spoken on other occasions of the experiences described by
    • described in St. Matthew's Gospel. In his first twelve
    • Solomon Jesus and entered into the other Jesus, described
    • Nathan line on the occasion described in the Gospel of
    • prepared for the Solomon Jesus in the way described.
    • described by St. Luke, from his twelfth until his
    • outstanding Initiation-event described in the Gospel of
    • other side of Initiation is also described, in that it is
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    • Initiation may be described as follows. — When,
    • Munich, I described how these lofty spiritual Beings
    • aware of what was described in the Hebraic secret
    • own inner being is described most wonderfully in St.
    • This is a situation that may well he described as hurling
    • described in St. Matthew's Gospel: man casts himself down
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    • happened formerly in the Mysteries may be described in
    • a time, undergoing the experiences already described. All
    • process that may now be described as an historical
    • lives is probed into and every scrap of information
    • We often find the scene described of Zeus with a god of
    • Christ Jesus had undergone the experience described in
    • Chaldaic language, inscribed on tablets, invoking
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    • Christ-Jesus-Event should have described the different
    • described in the next chapters of the Gospel of St.
    • Jesus brought. about can therefore be described as
    • therefore, is faithfully described and tallies with the
    • Jesus figures in the complicated way described and then
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    • commits a wrong. This will quite certainly be inscribed
    • bodies lie in the bed while his astral body and Ego pass
    • exactly what happens in a scene described in the Gospel.
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    • described by all the four Evangelists, Matthew, Mark,
    • described in the Matthew Gospel; when this Jesus was
    • other hand, described the Sun Aura, the spiritual Light
    • described from four sides. All four Evangelists tell of
    • described from four different sides that it seems full of
    • necessarily be described by the Evangelists who tells of
    • but where he is described by the Luke Gospel, shining
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    • bear to find inscribed in the World-ether; they are quite
    • they find the word Un-bornness inscribed in the World ether; it
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    • him. He is described as if he were there. And when the crusades
    • world. Therefore, Christ was described riding south toward Spain
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    • possible, and they can be described today within the
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    • back at those principles of initiation described in yesterday's
    • Now remember how I described the human being
    • being unfolds after death. The dead would have been disturbed,
    • described. But they could not have become free. If they had wanted to
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    • carry out what I described as meditation in my book
    • its movement and its actions. What has often been described by
    • through processes such as I have described, shows itself above all
    • was written out of knowledge such as I have described here.
    • emptied in the way described.
    • If through the methods described I have
    • things we must first get out of ourselves. I have described this
    • kinds of exercises just described; then, as a matter of fact, we
    • are no longer disturbed by our own bodies but can immerse ourselves
    • words which stood inscribed above the Greek temple as a challenge
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    • I described there the worlds that
    • as distinctly as I have just described but in a more dreamlike way,
    • earthly love such as I have just described. For here the interests of
    • thoughts — as described in my book,
    • things I have described to you today are realities — or to deny
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    • described. This heart-eye really does perceive what the human being
    • when the physical and etheric bodies are lying there in bed, this
    • in bed. He feels a strong tendency to move out beyond the zodiac with
    • radiated back from the human being, who remained lying in bed, now,
    • you will find, described from a
    • after death you would not be able to perceive what I have described
    • As I described the process in
    • what I described as spirit land. There we experience ourselves as
    • described. When it comes to those experiences I have described for
    • itself. Therein the human being feels embedded in every period of
    • described, a language of the heart. When we have learned this
    • the human body, as it is described if you read the relevant
    • into the world where, as I have today described the process, we have
    • smaller circle, it must also be described. I believe it would be good
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    • harmony is disturbed if we forever stand gaping into our souls.
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    • is true, already described what has to be considered there, but
    • astronomical terms, is described by Venus, in occult
    • of the Sun as it has been described, we feel ourselves on the
    • These changes may be described in about the following way.
    • described now, occurs only, in fact, with the most advanced
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    • they have absorbed. Spiritual Science lifts these
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    • beautifully described in this poem. At the New Year
    • for the fact that what is here described takes place
    • described how the moon shines clearly and how the paths
    • stretch far away, then the chasm is described which has
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    • who have absorbed other things already in themselves, this
    • as I have described it yesterday, you have to cross a certain
    • themselves to be such men as they were described here and
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    • described because it intervenes as something particular in the
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    • described the impulses of the last three to four centuries.
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    • described it — to live through this event as a present
    • experience that dates back, as I have described it, two to
    • have described it. The human being experiences this musically,
    • direction are now much investigated and described how human
    • described it today. There one knows at the same time that the
    • spiritual research are described because he suspects that the
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    • willing as I have described. He learns to recognise that the
    • have described them: the incomprehensibility of the will.
    • by the method that I have described. Finally, one is urged to
    • image as I have described it as a result of the meditative
    • than by that which I have described up to now. Up to now, I
    • have described the way to the mental pictures that extended the
    • I have described it today by which one gets beyond awakening
    • investigating of the soul forces as I have described it today
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    • one submerges. Only that which I have described and not the
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    • have described in my books and which consist in the fact that
    • However, the methods that I have described in my books enable
    • described abilities. Above all one thing becomes obvious that
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    • external must be absorbed inwardly. Yet the polar opposite must
    • needs to be conducted at least every day. It is prescribed for
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    • described when one says: The person who reads the Words of the
    • Anthroposophists claim that parts of the prescribed ritual can
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    • believes, described an idea.
    • us a kind of bed of the Godhead, by us being embedded in it, so
    • that the bedding within this Brahma-Vishnu-Shiva process
    • today, when they are like I have just described them. The
    • find its way back again. We have absorbed the Act of
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    • when today's presented texts are transcribed into a common
    • today. Humanity should not be allowed to be fobbed off with
    • God within them, as described. Now the Father God has brought
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    • have been attained; they have often been explained and described here
    • between going to sleep and waking. I have already described this
    • described. Nor would there rise up from the depths of our will during
    • the undefined existence I have described; nor would he ever in the
    • what we have described as a hovering over the abyss or as a swimming
    • hold their own against the anxiety described above. The anxiety rose
    • experience of the soul, in which it is, as it were, embedded. The
    • the power I have described. Since the time of the Mystery of Golgotha
    • Passing onward from the stage of sleep just described, man enters
    • view and described how they may be named. Today I want to describe
    • order that he may not be disturbed by whatever plays into his
    • the ‘unconscious.’ Having thus described man’s
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    • these universals in such a way as I have described it
    • not completely absorbed in the sensory entities. He experiences
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    • the etheric and astral elements of an organ are embedded in a
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    • hurt us badly. Then let us imagine that we had climbed on to the roof
    • question must really be described as a kind of “feeling and
    • sympathy and antipathy. For a soul-impulse which can be described as
    • kinds of feelings. To these also belong what may be described as the
    • difficult by the methods described to construct out of what actually
    • path ends within a few steps at a precipice. Absorbed in his problem,
    • been described. The point is not that the experience is not there,
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    • described represents an auxiliary process. He never leaves us alone;
    • imaginary man described. But this imaginary man does not remain a
    • been described is a memory in the soul, a memory belonging to the
    • described. And if he does so he will actually receive an inner
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    • strong and powerful. They absorbed Christianity, but, to begin with,
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    • Therefore a society dedicated to the principles described in these
    • inscribed in our very souls if we are to be fully conscious of what
    • things that have been described to-day as fundamentally new and not
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    • IN THE last lecture we described the worlds through which the human
    • enters into the region described above. The period that now begins for
    • described, the face of the earth is perpetually changing.
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    • What has here been described takes place, in essentials, by about the
    • physical body. The skin absorbed the astral elements and the outcome
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    • connection between the persons, and the forces had inscribed
    • another, is inscribed. Some people can sense these processes, but
    • reason or other. This is inscribed in the Akasha Chronicle and the
    • inscribed by you yourselves in the Akasha Chronicle, work upon your
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    • described. The individual feels as though with one part of his being
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    • how your hand was holding the bed-cover. The dream-consciousness gives
    • at his bedside. In waking consciousness he would simply have heard the
    • but only through the continuous activity described, the larynx became
    • phenomenon described as “chlorosis” — anæmia or
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    • into the universal cosmic body, and seems partly embedded in it. Thus
    • link is not quite dissolved, so that what is outside, embedded in the
    • astral atmosphere, in which the egos were embedded.
    • themselves, however, were embedded in a basic substance of a spiritual
    • the quite different conditions that I have described. They were the
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    • also to a certain extent described how these human ancestors on the
    • state of consciousness we have described, the picture consciousness,
    • ego, embedded in its divine origin, worked upon the physical body. If
    • time. And from those ancient Moon-beings, which have been described as
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    • forms the present bed of the Atlantic Ocean, sensing in the breath
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    • THE process that I have described to you as the division of the sexes
    • described them as identical with those of his earliest ancestors;
    • sight of sun, moon and stars is magnificently described in records of
    • the Creation. What is described there has really taken place, and much
    • human race, who lived in a region which today is on the bed of the
    • are inscribed in them. Republican Rome is none other than the human
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    • We will describe the purely Christian way. It is prescribed as to
    • independent being as the finger on my hand. He feels himself embedded
    • The seventh, the Ascension, cannot be described; one must have
    • the content of this training. Much of it has already been described in
    • things, one must be absorbed in these, one must seek God in his
    • described, feelings and sensations must be aroused in him through
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    • in obedience to impulses given to it in this way. And then
    • which absorbs one into its ranks. One has been absorbed into
    • people, who are unable to follow along most of the prescribed
    • have often described in my lectures. — Man, after he has
    • Souls of this kind become, in fact, what I have described as
    • less inclination to the kind of impulses which I described as
    • bed a batch of the Bayreuth Papers, you might really
    • belonging to the class of homeless souls I have just described:
    • instance, in Weimar is described by me in the last number but
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    • robed in a series of mantles: one mantle is the aether-body,
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    • conclusion which I described to you recently, — to the
    • judgment was what I have described to you, how could this thing
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    • described yesterday one finds of course associates of such
    • Him; for rationalism and intellectualism have robbed men of the
    • 'described; for it has brought nothing over with it save what
    • the State were inscribed at Athene's dictate. One had one's
    • of the particular constitution I have described to you. —
    • up in places such as I have just described. Rut still, it was
    • constituted as I have described: so that, in reality, the
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    • the Gospels, as I described in the book, — it was
    • can understand then that the souls I described as homeless
    • in the manner I described. For in Blavatsky there was, to begin
    • described to you recently, — one who simply, having once
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    • theosophic movement was strongly affected by what I described
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    • periods as I have described, there by no means requires to be a
    • in the first period, as I described yesterday. It came about,
    • in the first period, as I described yesterday. It came about,
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    • connected onto in the manner I described to you at the
    • spirit itself, — as I described to you with reference to
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    • indeed potent and become absorbed over and over again by the Ego
    • have stated over and over again that the period ascribed to
    • circumscribed than are those of the all-embracing spirit. Thus it
    • inscribed alphabetical characters, these may be combined into
    • Evil, which opposing condition can be finally absorbed, only by
    • were necessarily inscribed at a later date; but what Spiritual
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    • and sentiments such as we have described regarding the
    • after which he underwent an experience that can be best described
    • described, and they realized that his great illumination came
    • Egyptians, who ascribed all this knowledge to the primordial
    • ascribed the dawn of that primordial Holy Wisdom which came to
    • has probed further into the secrets of that highly advanced
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    • period, for they could be quite definitely ascribed to specific
    • John, as described in the Bible, is as vivid and clear a picture
    • that the Christ-power ever enters into, and is absorbed by, all
    • looks back to a single past event which is described as — The
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    • the external physical happenings described at the beginning. In
    • not as yet described to anyone. In this vision I was present at
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    • supersensible God may only be described by saying: — ‘It
    • Jehovah-concept in the form which I have described. To this end
    • clairvoyant development of a personality such as I have described
    • in the manner described, and his thoughts were ever concentrated
    • which we have already described.
    • already described. The sacrifice is consummated, and achieves the
    • events? I have already described the character and peculiar
    • this neighbour of Ahab’s is described as possessing a
    • he laid him down upon his bed, and turned away his face, and
    • In previous lectures I have described the methods
    • and which happenings I have described. Then follows the story of
    • Elijah) was to be robbed of his vineyard by Ahab; and of how
    • Inscribed on bronze, or fashioned deep in stone or
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    • about because of all that man had experienced and absorbed
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    • also described in the other Gospels, namely, the
    • experienced is described best of all by Chrestian de
    • man lying weak and ill on his bed. The sick man gave him
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    • Jews absorbed a very great deal from the neighbouring
    • therefore also a Moon God, as described in the book
    • The former knew that it was a temptation to be obedient
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    • described are Jesus in the Essene community, the conversation between
    • healthy life of the soul is disturbed. When thinking,
    • absorbed into the other world.
    • actual fact, to the scene described with such marvellous
    • and, as described in St. John's Gospel, the clothes in
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    • beast, the form of which was described thus:
    • After he has described the warning of the three beasts, he
    • have often described to you, my dear friends, how the will lies
    • described.
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    • remain in our meditation in what I have just described, it is
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    • in a field looking up at a star-bedecked sky. It becomes
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    • with light, it is absorbed in a certain sense, interwoven with
    • one's actions are all absorbed by spiritual acts and one ceases
    • lifetime, as we have described in the general anthroposophical
    • and cold play the role described above. But we are also warned
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    • Read how the old instinctive clairvoyants described the
    • I have described it, is related to his thinking.
    • described happens. But this inner death of thinking, this death
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    • assuming he is prepared as described in the previous lessons -
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    • interest we have done what I have just described, if we do it
    • case of the last verse, which in the way I have described
    • three verses in our souls in the way in which I have described
    • as I have described, then when the first line resounds, our
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    • described.
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    • is it about the limbs' active movement. I described it as a
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    • dialog in the right way, as has been described here, one must
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    • first night-bedecked, gradually becomes lighter. At first we
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    • it is absorbed, breathed in by the angelic beings. Now we learn
    • which at first was a dark, night-bedecked sphere, spreads out
    • — they go as helpers, with what they have absorbed within
    • By being witnesses to a heavenly dialog, the once night-bedecked
    • If we have heard and have absorbed all this, then we will see
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    • which cannot exactly be described as having been
    • esoteric path will be described in Michael-words here in this
    • School. It will be described in such a way that everyone can
    • far distance. From here on, the esoteric path will be described
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    • prescribed for every esotericist in golden letters — he
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    • is a rule so firmly inscribed in the cosmic order, that the
    • now, now, my dear sisters and brothers, will be described what
    • we actually are. Now will be described how in the gloom that is
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    • described in my book
    • which remain lying on the bed, receive forces from the whole
    • has frequently been described and it is also contained in
    • world which has been described as the world of the Higher
    • Higher Hierarchies. I might say, we are absorbed by them like
    • that in the summer we are embedded in a sleeping earth. It is
    • because his own soul-spiritual part is embedded in the
    • the symbol of Christ, and in obedience to this dream he ordered
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    • disrobed from the character of goods? It can only happen if it
    • disrobed from its characterisation of goods — but rather,
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    • happening. How clay is to be described and how treated in order
    • “longing” to be. The plants, absorbed in
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    • absorbed for the most part through the sense-organs, the skin
    • excretion.” What is absorbed through the digestion on the
    • The reason is that soil such as I have described, soil
    • quick-lime and the oxygen is absorbed as well. In this way, the
    • treat it in the manner described. Soil prepared in this way
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    • of which we have robbed the soil. The manure is again given the
    • which has been absorbed by a human or animal organism. For all
    • have already described to you: it restores order where the
    • been produced in the way I have described.
    • influences. Here also, as described before, the substance thus
    • however finely, with silicic acid in the way described, and it
    • manner I have described, the plant will be prepared to draw for
    • their substitutes) have been added in the manner described. The
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    • that described above.
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    • and those absorbed through the raw food will continue to
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    • Atlantis temptation came to the souls described, through
    • have now described to you why it was possible for people to be
    • described was entirely removed from Europe. An example of how
    • it was taken away was described in the last lecture, where we
    • teaching of Buddha which we have just described, and through
    • disease-demons through him, and absorbed it into itself, thus
    • to bring to a higher development what I have described to you
    • reflected itself in them; these were those who are described as
    • unmoral came into humanity in the manner we have described,
    • they succumbed and then degenerated. Therefore in order that
    • we have described, as a good Christian of that day, he said
    • worked, Plato described the highest virtues he recognised,
    • a moral man ought to have above all things. He described first
    • shall see in our next lecture. Plato also, described, in the
    • population of Europe. As the third virtue he described
    • Here is described, by one of the most eminent European minds of
    • formerly existed in the form we have described becomes
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    • may be described by the word ‘interest.’
    • comes something which in a radical manner must be described as
    • without being guided by wisdom and truth. A man is described
    • intellectual-soul; it is the virtue which may be described as
    • particular pattern. In Central Europe this is often described
    • of the soul's life. This type of feeling was often described by
    • now consider what we have described as instinctive temperance
    • lives in the way we have just described, they
    • described, by inclining to one side or the other, to change
    • which has been described as the formation of the coverings for
    • Individual in the way above described, that you do towards the
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    • because it has absorbed the American impulse without really
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    • disturbed them especially that the 19th century should bring
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    • through willing it. The clergyman described this beautifully. Hermann
    • described — Goethe indeed knew other things too — is only
    • of the old physiologist Johannes Müller, who described this inner
    • the basis of motivations and reasons such as the ones I have described.
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    • often that the contrast I described manifests in one way or another.
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    • us, but only when that life has been disturbed, when it is sick, when
    • about this in the lecture cycles, where I have described it, and also in
    • is described as follows:
    • was a playboy disturbed in his complacency only by one single passion,
    • it for weeks. In it the Archduke Franz Ferdinand is described by a man
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    • can be described with the following image — of course, one could
    • so on; all this can be nicely described. But in order to find out that
    • undisturbed, and recited his sutras. And, when the “hour of the
    • of them because they do not have the gift I have just described. They
    • Then novelties like the ones I just described will be rightly judged.
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    • things described then were described as permeated by spirit.
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    • bedecked with the Stars, because it is the revelation of the
    • become Spiritual voluptuaries entirely absorbed in their own
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    • also has described these matters but not quite as I have, for
    • have been absorbed to remain longer in the body is expelled.
    • accumulate in the intestines because they cannot be absorbed,
    • much. Now, if too much food is absorbed by the system, the head
    • absorbed into the blood through the intestines, however, so the
    • within the body. When too much food is absorbed, however, it
    • absorbed through the later processes of puberty, but now
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    • with fluid, a living fluid, which I have described to you in
    • hears is inscribed into these delicate canals with the minute
    • eardrum. Everything I have described to you is contained
    • the Gospel of Matthew the humanity of Jesus is truly described;
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    • the form of these tablets, which are absorbed by the digestive
    • exhibits the symptoms I have described, it must be determined
    • after day in a song-like speech, carefully prescribed in a
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    • prescribed with lenses that are concave. These will compensate
    • ichthyosauria that I have described for you. The earth was once
    • day will perish from old age, though not in the way described
    • age when those giant beasts existed that I have described
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    • standpoint, we discover these nerve bulbs that I have described
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    • interest for him, but what I have just described to you, rising
    • your sleep has been somewhat disturbed. You are awakened from a
    • has taken its first breath. Earlier, it had absorbed oxygen in
    • lies down in bed, allows himself to be supported by the bed and
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    • just described. This person can become afflicted with a lung
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    • years ago, a faithful State Councillor had described to her the
    • St. John is ascribed the words: “Little children, love one
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    • that the heart with its arteries, as I have described them to
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    • person who first described the activity of these beetles wasn't
    • able to illuminate the things I have just described but many
    • collecting. It enters man as I described recently in the
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    • their front feet — not their hind feet, which are webbed
    • described as the most stupid of mammals; hence, the beaver as
    • reproductive force, which I described to you last time, is
    • has been absorbed inwardly in the way food is, to what should
    • be absorbed solely by way of the sun itself, the sun's shining.
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    • supposed to be absorbed into the blood with each pulse beat.
    • the heart the blood circulation becomes disturbed. The
    • it can be disturbed when the heart is thickened.
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    • double. The optic nerves only need to be a little numbed and
    • foot of the bed, gets in bed, and if he sees one hat he is
    • the solid part is partially numbed, the ensuing symptoms must
    • and quiet. The patient must therefore lie in bed, and care
    • stretching out on a bed. One is also made restless by being hot
    • areas of the brain under the optic nerve are numbed. Thus he
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    • is constantly absorbed through the surface of his skin. Man
    • only beginning to develop, man must not have absorbed oxygen
    • have absorbed nitrogen. But what is carbon plus nitrogen? It is
    • contains uric acid, but if even a little nitrogen is absorbed
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    • is absorbed by the body's fluid elements and does not pass
    • first through all the organs in the way I described.
    • silver must be prescribed for the masculine nature, because
    • absorbed. The pig is easily made short of breath.
    • body out, and I have described how such addicts experience
    • were as clever as I have described when the Babylonian and
    • only the aeriform components. This influence is absorbed by our
    • peoples. The French have only absorbed a little more of the
    • described to you the life of wasps, and it is quite similar to
    • and you can imagine how wise that must be. I have described
    • described for bees, they tend to have more of a sex life. With
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    • being must have absorbed this winter force, which has been
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    • climbed a moderately high mountain in the vicinity of his
    • one can arrive at it through such methods as are described in
    • himself in the way we have just described — when it was
    • nevertheless, by being absorbed in the course of development.
    • powerfully through the counterpart — are absorbed by the
    • absorbed by good and contributes to the evolution of the world,
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    • des Todes. Wesen und Bedeutung Mitteleuropas und die europaeischen
    • Das Geheimnis des Todes. Wesen und Bedeutung Mitteleuropas und die
    • with which Central Europe once absorbed the Greek and Latin
    • of Central Europe, which I described m my public lecture
    • would have described his Faust exactly as he did in 1770.
    • were once absorbed, received from the civilisation of the
    • needed proofs for this, as described.
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    • owed the knowledge they had acquired. But they also absorbed all that
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    • him, inspired into him. He ascribed Intelligence only to the
    • by forming themselves into a group like the one I have described, a
    • group of twelve or thirteen. There they imbibed the Intelligence
    • what I have just described to you breathes through the whole legend
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    • we set about studying it in the way I have described. People appear
    • way I described in the lecture here a year ago [
    • he came across to Spain and there absorbed what may be called early
    • influences I have described. And when we observe how Voltaire comes
    • unconditional obedience to Rome, to carry out the commands of this
    • forced to take to his bed and from being a soldier had become a man
    • and can be seen in its subjection in unquestioning obedience to the
    • are described in such a way as to show how man, as microcosm, is
    • (which may be described as setting forth a kind of cosmic physiology,
    • investigations which I described in Torquay led me into close contact
    • one penetrates into these spiritual worlds in the manner described,
    • Latini heard all kinds of reports that troubled and disturbed him,
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    • lived around King Arthur absorbed this play of weaving, working
    • described were sent down from the Sun. But what happened later on,
    • worlds as I have described it, cast its shadows down into the earthly
    • what I have just described was taking place above, in the spiritual
    • have described — coinciding with the meeting of Christ Himself
    • manner described. All the discarnate souls who belonged to Michael
    • described, towards the end of the 19th century and the beginning of
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    • law. I described it again a short while ago. When we put a body in a
    • look out over the plant-bedecked earth, we should be conscious: That
    • described. These things transcend what one can calculate for human
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    • life, as above described, live, after our death, on the same level
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    • allowed to go home but would spend the night on some makeshift bed at
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    • cannot be roused, belongs properly under a nightcap; bed is the place
    • sofa. And then, after having imbibed contemporary scholarship, he
    • East, and the individuality of whom we are speaking absorbed it all
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    • life-companion whom he found in the way I have described, and who
    • was a life in those Mysteries which I described to you some months
    • described to you as the wisdom of Hibernia, and he received it at a
    • of those times participated, as I described it to you a few months
    • stabbed. You must, of course, become acquainted with Lessing himself
    • condition I have described.
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    • I have described
    • Initiate — like many a modern Initiate — is described to
    • pre-earthly disciple of Amos Comenius, he has absorbed something of
    • who afterwards became Conrad Ferdinand Meyer had first absorbed all
    • Meyer which robbed him of real joy in life. His soul was deeply
    • Jürg Jenatsch, was absorbed by the heart and mind of a
    • inasmuch as we ourselves carry into later times what we absorbed in
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    • read what was described in my book
    • there were two personalities in particular who imbibed, each in a
    • led to the one I have described becoming irritable and
    • individualities developed such as the two I have described,
    • through the gate of death, the one I described first, who had soared
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    • what I described and passing at length into that heir to a Throne who
    • two days later, all of it described so dramatically by Schröer
    • power for good. That is why a destiny such as the one described
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    • drowned. A disturbed and shaken soul, but in the shock — and so
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    • world, is really inscribed in what is the etheric world, in what
    • yourself the human being: his physical and etheric bodies lie in bed,
    • etheric body is undisturbed, when the astral body has gone out again,
    • etheric body, as I have described to you, and that the etheric body
    • transformed, you get out of bed on the fourth day. You rise from
    • from beginning to end, throughout the three days, as I have described
    • be described differently; it really is so. You feel yourself
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    • incarnation which I have described to you, the head has the tendency
    • conditions in the previous earthly life which I have described. We
    • Aristotle has described this beautifully in his Physiognomics.
    • the kind I described yesterday. It need not be meditated, but simply
    • this is to be traced to a dull life, such as I have described, in the
    • prescribed in the construction of the sentence; the subject cannot be
    • circulation ought to be described with such living vitality that the
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    • — of which the physical part as ordinarily described is no more
    • these ancient, primeval Teachers among men must in truth be described
    • In earlier lectures here I have described what happens to the human
    • it is described not merely in principle as in the book
    • concepts, but, like the man just described, he was an abstract
    • everything inscribed there. And we bear it all with us into our life
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    • whom such intentions cannot possibly be ascribed, to whom we can
    • period which I have already described to you, our study brings us to
    • described in the last lecture — the realm into which man passes
    • intensity, as I have described.
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    • soon as we pass through the gate of death, what I have described
    • so that there is inscribed in his being what he has to do in
    • strength, the demands of karma are inscribed into the
    • perceive what karmic demands are inscribed into him; for it is in
    • this period up to the 21st year, that these demands are inscribed.
    • inscribed into a man's being in the first three epochs of life
    • became utterly trivial and banal, absorbed in petty squabbles. I had
    • when we observe the kind of destinies I have described, we must look
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    • studies, had imbibed all that could be learned from them concerning
    • Spain. There he absorbed much Mohammedan-Asiatic learning in the form
    • to-day. But the other personality to whom I am referring imbibed with
    • was experienced in these Hibernian Mysteries in Ireland. I described
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    • liquid is absorbed; the liquid will then be in the vessel but there
    • Inspired Cognition — which begins, as I have described to you,
    • from birth to the 7th year, we experience what I described yesterday
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    • as he falls asleep. The physical and etheric bodies lie in the bed.
    • in the bed and is not man in the full sense but only the physical and
    • holds good as for the all-night sleep of a lie-a-bed — I mean,
    • of course, a human lie-a-bed! As a matter of fact, whenever a man
    • that karma is perpetually present, inscribed as it were in the
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    • they might have described in the following way. — I am now
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    • family, or for a wider circle of humanity, are robbed of many years
    • circumstances are as described here, a man enters the spiritual world
    • becomes clear to us that the destiny of men lies embedded in the
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    • above described stream of civilisation as late as the 12th
    • human beings ascribed to their own person only their
    • men whom I have now described. For if they had done so, the
    • in the time which I have now described, we witness the rise
    • me,” the men whom I described above felt themselves
    • described. That was a time when men could still grow deeply
    • that stream of thought which I described at the beginning
    • of soul such as I have now described.
    • lie there on their beds and listen to the void, and out of
    • absorbed deep doubts as to the unique validity of what is
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    • sphere of being which you will find described as
    • described how this backward journey through life takes
    • him, for this has remained behind in the bed. Hence his
    • life which I have described to you. There he experiences
    • described, it hinders people from receiving into their
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    • already described what the world of the stars is from a
    • once described here as a great cult or act of ritual was
    • point which I described, in the first half of the 19th
    • what I described as a sense of shame at his own attitude
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    • described in
    • It certainly went as far as I have just described.
    • groups of men who are described to us in the religious
    • gathering above the earth, which I described here the other
    • described just now had reached. Compared to those others,
    • kind that I have now described. The two types can be
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    • described in the last lecture.
    • fell asleep the astral body was not immediately absorbed by
    • drawn in and absorbed into the astral body.
    • souls such as I have described today, — what kind of
    • other things I have described, this feeling became more and
    • described a certain feeling, but there is another which I
    • underwent the conditions I described, who looked down on to
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    • described it, in super-sensible worlds, leading to that
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    • described, my dear friends, how in certain special Schools
    • described to you how much was achieved in the School of
    • how it is connected from what I described in our last
    • facts that here follow, can only be described in pictures,
    • They must be livingly described. Therefore I must now
    • and then we have what I have described as an Imaginative
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    • cleverness of it was ascribed to the inspiration of
    • Mysteries was again and again described. Wonderfully
    • in super-sensible Inspirations, there was described what I
    • the way I have now described; critical to a degree in the
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    • Gabriel; and I have described how the rulership of Gabriel
    • feeling of the battle I described the day before yesterday,
    • nexus that I have described, in the super-sensible School of
    • fulfilment of all the things I have described, we are
    • in the way I have just described, will be such that the
    • there is a counterpart to what I have just described, when
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    • I have described the matters connected with the former
    • the way I have described before he came down into the
    • Michael stream as above described, were thus predestined to
    • the spiritual world which I have described. But all these
    • have just described, has a gigantic influence on his
    • living-together with such as I have here described should
    • down into the Physical. I described it yesterday as
    • mean, we are exposed to all that I described above as the
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    • essence of Intelligence. They ascribed to the inspiration
    • holding sway as I have described. For they had perceived
    • described in other connections, showing the part it played
    • now, hitherto I have only described in abstract terms how
    • what I described in our last lecture, when I said: Here now
    • written in full. That Jesus is described as an
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    • stands out against the background which I have described.
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    • world. I have often described the directions taken by this Christian
    • of Nazareth, as we have often described at this place. This knowledge
    • just described. And this in fact was what appeared, for that Knight of
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    • you how the counsellor of Haroun al Raschid whom I had described,
    • Platonists had been active in the way just described, the Aristotelians
    • Then I came to Vienna. (All these things are described in
    • For you see, all that I described to you as
    • The former age which I described within the
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    • described my experiences with the Cistercian Order. To-day I would
    • described before. For there still remained alive in them the impression
    • other souls above described are happy, so to speak, to find Christianity
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    • earth ascribed to it according to the Copernican world-picture. In Tycho
    • spiritual world. Now in the spiritual currents which I have described as
    • what I have already described as the enactment of a great and sublime
    • have described as the Michael deeds in the super-sensible, have come down
    • how I described Schelling and Hegel. I think you will
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    • At any rate, what such a being described would have very little to do
    • Saturn-existence as I described it in my
    • what we have thus cast out and afterwards absorbed again).
    • in a quite conscious way. The soul-conflicts of Strader as described in
    • was reborn as I described it to you. He came into an uncertainty of
    • which I have described to-day, we can nevertheless go forward with
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    • former incarnation had strongly absorbed the character of Asia
    • remained with him the ideas he had absorbed about Christianity and all
    • these things are deeply embedded in him. He will become a man rich in
    • — I have frequently described the impression they make upon a
    • I have described, into the Anthroposophical Society.
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    • education and culture, anything spiritual that was received and absorbed
    • through all the teachings which she absorbed with extraordinary interest
    • thought. For in her past life which I have just described she had
    • conceived as real living Being, even as Nature herself was described as
    • described as a woman and in her subsequent incarnation as a man, was
    • all men may become happy. What he thus described as the City of the Sun,
    • deal of what he has absorbed from the Dominican Order enters into the
    • conditions from former earthly lives which I have now described. Out of
    • been a man in the first incarnation I described, and in the second a
    • experiences which I described, and in addition, very great cleverness.
    • Truth is a woman. Here indeed what I described to you before comes
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    • quality of being, only he no longer described them with the vividness
    • with which such things had been described in former times. He described
    • absorbed by human beings ever and again. Again and again at one place or
    • often described how Friedrich Hebbel made notes of a play — it
    • 19th century. He became an individuality of the very kind I described
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    • Everything is observed and inscribed into the Akasha substance as
    • vision all that the Moon Beings have inscribed into it as, for
    • of what they read, in order that it may be inscribed into the new
    • his stomach and which are then absorbed into his organism. These
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    • which are recorded by the Moon Beings and subsequently inscribed by
    • described in detail they often become indignant because they will not
    • of oriental spiritual life which were absorbed into Arabism. But you
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    • develop Imagination the first stage of higher knowledge described in
    • This record is inscribed into the cosmic Intelligence. For a few days
    • these few days what is inscribed into the cosmic Intelligence becomes
    • bodies. When a man received instruction from them, he absorbed it
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    • days. Then he reaches the Moon region which I have already described,
    • cosmic space; their spiritual consequences are absorbed into the
    • effects of illnesses. We see how they are absorbed by the spiritual
    • Venus-existence in the Universe are spiritually inscribed in the book
    • described how these truths are revealed through Initiation, I can
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    • through the methods described in my books, the power to look into the
    • live, as I have described, in our Sun-existence and look out upon the
    • described to you had been the work of the higher cosmic wisdom alone,
    • Africa he had imbibed the knowledge that was available there, not
    • exactly as it had been imbibed by St. Augustine, but in a somewhat
    • but of the other personality — imbibed a later form of North
    • previously imbibed with the Christian teachings he was now receiving.
    • two of whose previous incarnations I have here described, then became
    • Mysteries can be described as follows: After a candidate had been
    • disturbed even in the slightest degree. This was intended to signify
    • it has happened and is inscribed into the world karma. Acquaintance
    • indeed be described; we carry into the physical world something that
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    • man between death and a new birth is described many will wonder
    • circumscribed and the surrounding ether appears blue. But to
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    • described in earthly language in somewhat the following
    • to the rest of the starry worlds as I have described.
    • together with other human souls in the way described
    • in us, also of the mutilation we undergo, as I described in the
    • absorbed the influences operating in the Mercury sphere and the
    • individuality imbibed a great deal of the knowledge that had
    • life in Mexico of the kinds I have described. Both sets of
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    • system. Everything is inscribed in this faculty of cosmic
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    • described. It may well happen that we have a great deal to do
    • etheric bodies lie there in the bed and the being of
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    • etheric aura in which all his experiences are inscribed but
    • also everything that is inscribed in him from the previous
    • I have described. It can never be said that as some experience
    • in life I have described it is possible to have an inkling of
    • personalities such as those described through the two examples,
    • superficiality as I have described to you. For that is how you
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    • bodies lie in the bed and the ego and astral body pass out into
    • described and this statement must be taken more literally than
    • What I have described applies, approximately, to life by day in
    • feeling I have described a faint, admittedly a very faint,
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    • our actions must be described as morally good, fit to become
    • that must be described as morally bad. morally imperfect,
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    • described the course of evolution in symbolical images.
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    • significant that after having described the whole primordial age of the
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    • Another case is described by a far more conspicuous scientist,
    • a photograph taken and described this act in detail. It was
    • photographs were carefully described and attention was drawn to
    • had been described exactly. A conscientious scientist could not
    • two radical cases I have described to you, show that the
    • are critically described in books, so that everyone can test
    • Meditation exercises, such as those recently described to you,
    • described in one or the other way, more or less
    • and other soul-exercises described in my book Knowledge of
    • our soul, in the imaginative understanding described in the
    • described by St. John of the Cross or by St. Theresa, or by
    • we do exercises of the will, as described in detail in
    • described by saying that the wish is father to the thought.
    • now we know that what we leave behind on the bed on falling
    • thought we know that we leave behind on the bed our physical
    • These thoughts, these morphological thoughts described to you
    • if we continue more and more in the exercises described in the
    • described in detail, when the cognitive forces are intensified
    • described by Sir Oliver Lodge, was “second
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    • behind on the bed during sleep, consisting solely of the
    • when we die, the part which remains behind on the bed during
    • described yesterday. It will be essential to know what
    • Yesterday I described to you how the sentient and volitional
    • his sensory perceptions, as already described, and return to
    • imaginative and inspirational knowledge described in my last
    • which are absorbed through the process of nutrition and
    • absorbed from the external physical world. There are many
    • meditation described yesterday, know that man does not only
    • arise, such as those described in the books of Schrenk-Notzing
    • death in a preceding life. As described in my Theosophy
    • manner I described yesterday and again to-day.
    • as described yesterday, we must create the possibility of
    • the previous lecture, I have already described to you that when
    • right interpretation of the perspective described to you
    • first condition as I have described it.
    • different from the life-tableau described above) by conjuring
    • perspective already described, the things connected with the
    • something which can be described somewhat in the following
    • described, that now insert themselves. In that case
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    • above all, with the aid of the exercises already described,
    • distinctly those parts which are usually described vaguely in
    • as described the day before yesterday; a world in which we
    • body dissolves, as I described, in the universal cosmic ether.
    • everything which I described to you. Those who pass through the
    • already described, the path leading into the spiritual worlds,
    • remains behind, and in addition to what has been described to
    • described, those who at least try to understand it, will see
    • I have described.
    • ordinarily described — and justly so — as dry,
    • which concepts must penetrate by the methods described, but for
    • development of the world by setting out, as I described, from
    • were theoretical concepts, as I described to-day; we must rise
    • of which the soul-spiritual world described in Anthroposophy
    • conscientious scientific way from what I have described to you
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    • What now dawns upon one can best be described by a comparison.
    • described does not by any means for this reason look with less
    • longer permit our feelings to be completely absorbed within the
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    • described at the point where we may rightly fit what we have in our
    • reason of the powers of knowledge I have described as
    • even those contents of the soul in which one is absorbed in ordinary
    • What I have thus described is exposed, of course, to the
    • have passed through all that I described the last time,
    • we view the human being by means of what I described the last time as
    • being lives in him which is beheld in the manner I have described, we
    • knowledge such as I have described in order to be a religious and
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    • permeates us in the way I have described.
    • have described. The easiest way to become an adept in this
    • have described there is the same from the
    • have described it, is carried out inwardly, that one is
    • picture of a triangle in the way I have described. One does
    • words. But when completely absorbed in the things
    • described the various meditative exercises in my book
    • described, one perceives the world etherically, that is to say,
    • employed in the ordinary world has ebbed away.. Instead, it is
    • experience I described as the deep silence
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    • have described it, man's astral body and the world to which he
    • I have already described to you
    • that which, as described, has come to us from previous earthly
    • I have described, we have reached the stage where we can
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    • described, I see what constitutes the essence of my previous
    • What I have now described must be well understood and taken
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    • “Buddhism” are described as erroneous and are partially
    • and some of them were incorrectly described. Therefore Mrs. Blavatsky
    • described those degrees to you, the strictness of the trials would
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    • have just described to you — this evolutionary segment — we
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    • there are seven consecutive stages, and I also briefly described these
    • elements formed. You can find this second stage wonderfully described
    • these mist formations, which we find described in old sagas — the
    • The state of the Earth in this fourth Round must be described as being
    • looked like amphibians with gigantic forms. They are described in
    • described in many theosophical books as the various astral or physical
    • Evolution is often described as if they were concurrent stages. You
    • 4 Double creation: This may refer to Genesis 1, 26, where God creates humankind. In Genesis 2, 7, this creation is described again, albeit differently.
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    • as well be ascribed to a blue litmus paper. Such mistakes
    • etheric body lie upon the bed, whereas the astral body and
    • stars are embedded. This is the world of the Harmony of the
    • whereas at night, during sleep, it is once more embedded in
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    • physical body and the etheric body lie in the bed;
    • the same condition which we find described in many myths
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    • accept back such as the one just now described from Mozart's
    • already described to you, which rises up before the soul's
    • being enters Devachan, he perceives the regions described to
    • Kamaloka period, which I have already described to you. In
    • life, as described above.
    • myself have, so to speak, prepared my bed in the very place
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    • the manner described, he passes through all his experiences
    • have just described: You feel that you consist of single
    • are embedded all the etheric bodes of the individual human
    • canals. This is an organ not larger that a pea, embedded in
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    • This closes a cycle. But the circle thus described is only an
    • this feeling may be described as follows: “From the
    • the experience already described to you, which takes place
    • development proceeded and upon the Sun the etheric' bedy was
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    • of existence, as they are usually described in occultism.
    • present mineral kingdom. The Sun absorbed them as a kind of
    • reflecting body, but one which absorbed everything which,
    • body of the Sun, which disturbed its harmony. Particularly in
    • have to be described as follows: Their lowest body is the
    • therefore of vegetable nature. A peat bed of to-day would
    • stage must be described as beings whose lowest member was the
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    • have already described to you had more or less taken, place,
    • environment described, for instance, in the legendary
    • being. He felt as if he were embedded in Nature, as if he
    • Earth, leaving it in the condition described above.
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    • stage and which was embedded into the earth as a firm crust.
    • the human beings possessed a kind of group-soul embedded in
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    • survey the epochs which I described to you yesterday you
    • Anzengruber and Rosegger. Rosegger is a writer who described
    • course of human development as described just now: The
    • described in my preceding lectures. He learned to know this
    • only be described approximately, The Mystical death consists
    • described, for it can only be understood by those who can
    • described to you the process of the Christian Initiation. The
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    • described to you the Rosicrucian Initiation up to the third
    • described. Here you have the path of humanity throughout the
    • preparation of what I have just now described to you was
    • in the manner described, producing the bodies of the future,
    • wonderful way; for it can not be described more appropriately
    • it was embedded in the Saturn-substance, even as crystals are
    • now embedded in the earth-substance. Your eye was like a
    • manner described above, the relationship between microcosm
    • complicated manner described above, and then it is at the
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    • a glass of water, so that the water is absorbed into these
    • which were absorbed into the tiny sponges, enter into the
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    • outlines, and we have described the way in which the
    • but that which we have described is an ideal, which should be
    • described in St. John's Gospel. The Spirit Self or the Holy
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    • in his works of art, and in his epics and dramas he described
    • he has succumbed entirely to matter. Only after he has passed
    • happens, there takes place what is described in the fifth
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    • embedded in the astral body of the earth, which is correlated
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    • thinking, and the opinion we have described above in respect
    • inscribed in the life-account of many. And when a deed is so
    • mighty as the deed of Christ, it is inscribed in the karma of
    • inscribed in the ledger of life: It is brought into
    • Christ in the way it is described in the codex of initiation.
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    • Principle. We prefer the Jesus described in the first three
    • will be seen that these very mysteries have been described in
    • the last phase of the materialism I have described to you.
    • mode of thought, it appeared to them in the light described
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    • physical and ether bodies lie in bed. The astral body and
    • parts, one that remains lying in bed and another part which
    • bed were completely abandoned by what fills them throughout
    • and the ether body lying in bed — the astral body and
    • physical body and ether body to remain in bed at night
    • there while these bodies are lying in bed, with the astral
    • night dwells within the human being lying in bed — had
    • today when the physical body lies in bed deserted by the ego.
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    • Atlantis, a region forming today the bed of the Atlantic
    • being still embedded in the divine-spiritual world.
    • the Gospel has transcribed — in a way which we shall
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    • forms the bed of the Atlantic Ocean. This continent which is
    • human physical form of that time embedded in the regions of
    • entities, but as though embedded within the body of divine
    • ego which, insensible to outer perception, were embedded in
    • in bed when you sleep, formed in its very first beginnings in
    • lies sleeping in bed today. To each of these human
    • completely embedded within the bosom of the Godhead, that is,
    • ego continued to remain deeply embedded in the divine,
    • was still embedded in the beings of the divine-spiritual
    • embedded in the common astral substance and through the
    • processes which we have just described, the physical and
    • remained behind in bed, what these sheaths, formed during the
    • existed. In occult language, the part remaining in bed is
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    • body as we have described it from many aspects in the
    • embedded in its own ether body and these two are again
    • embedded in an astral body. If someone had observed
    • described yesterday. At that time, in that early age when our
    • full consciousness in what has just been described; namely,
    • described in regular sequence in my book
    • unconsciously worked upon by the ego, you will find described
    • such a thing and not be disturbed because our very clever
    • prescribed length of time with the conscious intent of taking
    • in the spiritual processes which have just been described. If
    • substance which the Christ rubbed upon the eyes of the blind
    • described in the healing of the blind man is literally true,
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    • we have just described as the ancient Persian cultural centre
    • they found inscribed in matter as the script of the gods. If
    • already been inscribed in the Sibylline Books even
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    • much as possible the “I AM” and become absorbed
    • and absorbed into it, something that had no possibility of
    • described yesterday. The first cultural period of the
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    • Atlantean period. We have described how the ether head sank
    • reached out beyond the Flood — described as the Deluge
    • meaning of the first of the three chapters I have described
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    • described? In order that the initiate might become objective
    • divided. Let us try to find out whether the one who described
    • schooling in the manner described. This is called Meditation,
    • as strictly prescribed in the schools for the purpose, as
    • microscopy is prescribed in the laboratories. If a person
    • experience cannot be described in words; only one could
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    • for the pupil to undergo the procedure which was described
    • only be described fully, if I were able to hold lectures
    • observed in the spiritual worlds must be described
    • Holy Spirit (illumination) in the manner described, but only
    • happen at all which has been described in the Christian
    • which we have described as the spiritual Being of the Sun,
    • been described until the Mystery of Golgotha occurred. What
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    • we described how the man bore his higher ego in his fortieth year, so
    • Jesus of Nazareth, in physically circumscribed humanness. This consummation
    • into the world as described. Now, we who have made contact with spiritual
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    • its spiritual counterpart remains inscribed in the spiritual world and
    • above the rest of humanity, and which must be described in quite a different
    • of Buddha is described in the grand manner, as one might put it. It
    • the exercises (to be described later) which render the soul more and
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    • during sleep, while the physical and etheric bodies remain in bed, the
    • fourfold state as an inherent demand. As he lies in bed at night with only
    • alone remain in bed, man is in a sense a plantlike being. But again,
    • the other hand man, as he lies asleep in bed, has grown beyond the status
    • spiritual beings described above. On the Earth you would have perceived
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    • physical and etheric bodies remain in bed. And at the same time we had to
    • emphasize the fact that the principles remaining in bed could not continue
    • bodies in bed — higher beings are seen to enter this physical
    • of action we described as being on the sun. That is by no means impossible:
    • in connection with the latter we described the splitting off of the
    • of life on the earth, and the situation is described quite accurately
    • This evolution proceeded until the moon was cast out in the manner described.
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    • world, had to take another form which can be described somewhat as follows:
    • remain in bed while the astral body and ego withdraw; but in this final
    • just described to you as an initiation existed most intensively in the
    • mentioned in the foregoing lectures, the Christ-Impulse. We have described
    • in bed, while the astral body and the ego are outside. In death, on
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    • The latter perceived, when in the abnormal state I described yesterday,
    • of man more in detail, described more fully the various transformations
    • power to bring this about. Anyone who can become so profoundly absorbed
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    • of what we have described as the Eagle spirits, while others saw the
    • described the journey into the spiritual world in line with the Bull
    • It was definitely prescribed
    • form prescribed in those Mysteries that led to the Man initiation. That
    • knew, and he described Him as he himself saw Him.
    • Nazareth, as an initiate, had to pass through. That is what they described;
    • described in the manner of those initiated in the Man spirit. This initiation
    • — That is why they ascribed to the God Apollo the birth of the
    • of god”. Plato, a son of god — thus was he described
    • most transcendent events in the life of Christ are all described in
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture IX: The Artistic Composition of the Gospel of St. John.
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    • difficult to share. What a man calls his own self, circumscribed by
    • for the event described in the Gospel to take place. The governor of
    • so mighty an influence as to produce the effect described.
    • Jesus saith unto him, Rise, take up thy bed,
    • the words, Rise, take up thy bed, and walk. This utterance
    • were so indignant at the sick man was that he carried his bed on the
    • sabbath day: it is not lawful for thee to carry thy bed.
    • but that he carried his bed on the Sabbath.
    • order that a miraculous act might be ascribed to God, God had first
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