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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • and feeling and acknowledging them as truth within certain limits, and
    • can certainly not be elaborated upon in the course of a brief lecture.
    • former incarnation had already attained to a certain level of
    • Inner development is connected with certain definite consequences for
    • resultingly, certain definite qualities will appear in their
    • necessary for achieving certain definite conditions of soul and spirit
    • fact, then certain efforts made by man that have an effect on his soul
    • make the attempt to give up certain formerly held inclinations. Then,
    • event, a sorrow or some mishap. You do need a mood, a certain feeling
    • universe, attains to comprehension of karma. As certain as it is that
    • health remain unchanged, so it is equally certain that you will
    • realm. Certainly this has to be correctly understood. It is not
    • comes a certain definite moment when still another illumination takes
    • them must realize that he is leaving himself open to certain dangers.
    • worthless but can be dangerous under certain circumstances. This had
    • Still, it is only possible to publish a certain amount. The rest had
    • defined, compact structures. Certain organs appear in the aura that
    • acquire a certain definite manner of judging one's fellowmen. It is
    • exercises and particularly if he develops certain virtues, which
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • certain views on the question of women, but the fact that this
    • certainty comes somewhat to a standstill when so many different views
    • gave him strength and certainty in life — this element was the
    • Science will proclaim that which gives certainty, strength, courage
    • not mere imaginings or daydreams, but are things that are as certain
    • certain latent faculties and who can thus see more than others. Their
    • to himself of certain passions and desires, ‘you cannot pursue
    • explained why certain character features can arise in Man. In truth
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • of life from a certain exalted level. They raise this objection
    • certain justification after all. We must continually bear in mind
    • Through it are expressed the instinctive feelings and in certain
    • as for him to eat plant protein. Up to a certain point the inner
    • important for him to unfold certain external qualities such as
    • in certain areas of science would perspectives be widened if
    • Consequently, coffee can take over a certain task of man. Trained
    • witty and brilliant thoughts, thoughts that have a certain
    • means of developing certain forces in ourselves. Those who are
    • moved by the earnestness of life to develop certain psychic healing
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • also be remembered that certain premises were taken for granted when
    • that in his present physical existence man is, in a certain sense,
    • certainly we can of its effects — when we are able to imbue our
    • clairvoyance, certain rays of light are seen streaming continually
    • or there has certain experiences. If he has sharpened his vision
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • certainly would do well to advise him to write less and take a good
    • certainly could not be applied if the existence of this body were denied.
    • With certain things we do, no matter whether or not they are of enduring
    • suppress certain actions or movements out of his free will.
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • ascertain the extent of human thought and knowledge. Thinkers who
    • certain limits of knowledge. The soul, however, may take itself in
    • completely change itself. Through practicing certain exercises, the
    • for a certain way of speaking, because the investigator acquires his
    • Thus, what follows in way of explanation of certain processes in man's
    • indicate a certain way of observing things. It was not entitled The
    • part of his being follows certain laws whereby it connects itself with
    • the entrance of such an impulse. There, at a certain moment, the
    • knowledge by undergoing a certain moral and esthetic training. They
    • pupil reached a certain stage in his inner life when he could say to
    • impulse. One who has passed through a certain soul development and
    • attaining to certain definite experiences the soul must first
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • they had undergone a certain experience in spiritual life or had lived a
    • certainty that this principle, which is able to rescue the eternal in the
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • In a certain sense as preparation this Mystery, as I have already
    • child learning to stand upright and to walk has most certainly a deep
    • Certainly he would have been able to utter much more artistic or
    • a certain sense he might also have been able to give out what he had
    • described to-day from a certain standpoint in their influence on human
    • sunrise under certain cosmic conditions and in certain relations,
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • conscious life is and must be on its way to unselfishness. In a certain
    • the greatest misfortune for earthly man if certain sections of his being
    • something harmful were present, for while certain things in the world are
    • near future we may offer certain occult proofs of these facts in order to
    • question. What was done there, however, required a certain spiritual
    • there was a certain reciprocal action — she asserted that she found the
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • certainly be clear that since spiritual science covers an entirely
    • possess to a certain degree in daily life. But they have to be
    • French philosopher Bergson, a man who certainly shows no tendency to
    • If we have carried on these exercises for a certain period of time,
    • more safely and certainly he advances in the field of spiritual
    • new human life just as certainly as a plant seed has the potential to
    • speaks of reincarnation. Spiritual science certainly does not draw
    • simply because it appears in Buddhistic doctrine. That is certainly no
    • accused of not being a Christian. And now it is easy in certain
    • methods I have described, it was possible for certain individuals to
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • the spirit reveals to us in a certain way that the next task regarding
    • world as the result of the Mystery of Golgotha. Certainly, it is
    • This kind of perception can certainly lead to great and significant
    • development because such a phenomenon could certainly be found
    • ascertain what has caused such a reversal. The inner workings of the
    • they tend to maintain a certain rigidity. What the Frenchman calls
    • Now it will certainly seem strange and fantastic when mankind nowadays
    • Certain preparations are necessary. When some souls in the course of
    • but had it not been for a certain relationship between England, Russia
    • terrible of all wars. In a certain sense, this war is the karma of
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • culture in the sixth epoch, will be a certain moral quality. Little of
    • with its materialistic trend will certainly not be honored by the name
    • can certainly not exhibit evil! But the senses perceive evil
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • change expression, but in a certain way the bodily form has grown firm
    • eat meat. Not all the animals shall then have died out, but only certain
    • outward physiognomy will undergo certain changes.
    • me!” This may certainly be possible for some time still, but this
    • appeared to me at a certain moment and it has told me this or that. I
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • certain points therefore this has been done also in the present lecture.
    • my desire to answer certain questions which must arise in this particular
    • and that not until after such change has reached a certain stage does the
    • Spiritual Science certainly does not underestimate the great progress made
    • were obtaining answers to certain riddles, whereas in reality it was necessary
    • a certain sense those who are conscious of the riddles presented by life in
    • obtain answers to these questions, certain consequences must inevitably
    • preparation of certain events below the surface, is to be prevented.
    • them. But if we did so we would paralyze certain of our spiritual energies
    • paralysis of certain soul forces would gradually bring about a state of
    • possible. Deubler was certainly a man whose views were not the product of
    • them. In Deubler we have a famous example of a certain type of soul,
    • investigators have long been aware of the existence of certain limitations.
    • the spiritual world. Because he has developed certain faculties, the spiritual
    • psycho-spiritual apparatus. This apparatus consists of certain ideas and
    • differently from other literature. Scientific literature imparts certain
    • spirit only, and that it consists of certain ideas and concepts which have a
    • today everyone who earnestly strives can become, up to a certain
    • body consists of certain forces that may be termed super-sensible. And it is
    • Let us begin by speaking of an event which establishes a certain connection
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  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • that in the past certain hints or indications of the mystery of evil,
    • of forces and impulses have been holding sway. From a certain point of
    • us, kindling certain impulses in knowledge and in will — true
    • certain limits) — two mysteries are of special importance for the
    • epoch, the mystery of death is closely connected, from a certain side,
    • Universe certain impulses hold sway. Man belongs to the Universe;
    • is the education which human beings can receive from it for certain
    • from a certain point of view — I mean, to comprehend him pictorially.
    • great care: it is possible to take over certain sentences from Woodrow
    • from Woodrow Wilson's side derives from a certain state of possession.
    • All that is said here is said not merely in order to formulate certain
    • speech. This age will not come to an end — certainly the last stages of
    • intimate the social life of man will tend to become! Certainly it will
    • really is. It does, however, require, at least for certain special
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • but our conceptions of Spiritual Science also justify us in a certain
    • What is instinctive in us happens to a certain degree by itself, but
    • naturally corresponds to certain impulses which are ultimately found
    • that they need only spread certain ideas or need only appeal to a
    • less than that a certain force works from one person to the other. The
    • meeting of one with another leads to the working of a certain force
    • the social demands of the present. They can in a certain sense be seen
    • a one-sided way. As men live nowadays, certain words (I will not say
    • ideas or feelings), certain words have certain values. The word
    • because in our day a certain social order exists, an order belonging
    • with certain other human beings and their labour-power. You only have
    • we often owe more than to those who, from a certain point of view,
    • impulse for socializing, for uniting a certain mass of people. On what
    • West, and carry out a certain social system, then you go to the East and
    • certain laws prevail in human life, and in human evolution. In the
    • developed a certain liking for us. They then lead us primarily to an
    • higher worlds, to the other side of the Threshold, and certain other
    • In certain occult circles of the English-speaking people who were
    • importance of knowing and recognizing certain things about the social
    • certainly strengthened the hands of the Bolsheviks against more
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • brand has been the most regrettable and also in a certain respect the
    • into the period of Goetheanism, we shall certainly perceive as its
    • towards materialism — the strangely incongruous fact that certain
    • We can see that this state of things had reached a certain climax when
    • when not only certain established usages and institutions, but men's
    • A fundamental change in the mental approach to certain matters of the
    • natural science has to offer; then he will certainly equip his mind
    • the globe? Up to a certain point of time, not long before the Mystery
    • in early times, certain kinds of human bodies were to be found in
    • another; for example the Angles and Saxons who were living in certain
    • historic impulse came into operation. For a period of time a certain
    • certain region of the earth is flat or mountainous. Since the 15th
    • It certainly seems paradoxical when these things, which are of
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • super-sensible knowledge by means of certain forces in man. But what the
    • draw enough forces away from it to remember certain things. There is an
    • certainty that man's blood has grown weaker. And the great turning-point
    • the blood, whereas now it has to be brought to consciousness. It certainly
    • to develop certain concepts that most people would still call “utter
    • say of the social question nowadays, that if certain things were arranged
    • although certain forces appear to be of a spiritual-soul nature, they also
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • today to consider certain matters which make for a better
    • the air which follows certain paths in his body and also has certain
    • The air within us at a certain moment was outside us a moment before,
    • undergoes a certain change with every indrawn breath; it is not
    • activity and perception. Nevertheless at a certain lower level,
    • can certainly speak of a kind of lower knowledge as being present in
    • mirrors back to us in chaotic pictures certain fragments of our inner,
    • 'fluid' in a certain sense. And as well as the fluid organism we have
    • certain circumstances, while we are asleep, we cease to experience the
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • I tried yesterday to give certain indications about the constitution
    • tone and, in a certain sense, even the source of light. This is
    • life of ideas, and in so far as we feel a certain satisfaction in
    • has also remained, ossified and paralyzed, in the symbols of certain
    • certain distance. At this point it mirrors itself, as it were, in
    • death by cunning means. There are reasons which induce certain occult
    • doing they are able to wield a certain power. If in the days of the
    • Emperor Julian certain occult societies guarded their secrets so
    • if those who are the custodians of certain secrets today do not reveal
    • civilization will be doomed to perish, or certain secrets will be
    • restored to mankind — truths which hitherto have in a certain way
    • physical sun, shall be kept hidden. That is why certain authorities
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • death has a certain significance in this social life.
    • something will certainly strike us concerning life and its realities.
    • we have, in a certain respect, no thoughts other than those brought to
    • destiny — to a certain extent. But within this life of thought
    • certainly realize that thoughts, as far as their actual content is
    • in haphazard thoughts but in holding certain easily envisaged thoughts
    • in a certain sense, during the life between birth and death.
    • freedom can certainly be grasped by unbiased thinking. But to see
    • rightly in the case of this other pole needs a certain degree of
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • in nature. And with a certain understanding of this link between nature and
    • are certain connections (you can read of this in my little book The
    • Furthermore there is also a certain connection between the ancient Persian
    • of post-AtIantean humanity. Specific things repeat themselves in a certain
    • expressed this in a certain sense very radically when he said that he had
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • Let us begin to-day by considering certain questions connected with
    • appeals more to the feeling and in a certain sense is the most popular
    • evolution takes its starting-point from a certain ancient instinctive
    • possessed a certain clairvoyant capacity of a dreamlike nature. And we
    • from ancient times a capacity gained from a certain stream of wisdom,
    • different from that of to-day. Our astronomy is in a certain sense
    • planet. By means of an inner soul-language, in a certain sense, they
    • quart, and certainly know it very well from a certain standpoint. But
    • cases the inner forces of man had to reach certain heights; then what
    • never perceived. Only people who are especially ignorant about certain
    • fill the festival of Christmas with a certain meaning. Has the
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • in modern times, drawing indeed, in a certain sense, the ultimate
    • himself in the presence of deep uncertainties before he could come to
    • beyond it a time of darkness and uncertainty before ultimately attaining to
    • bring man into uncertainty if he were not duly prepared beforehand.
    • soul, through falling into a condition of uncertainty and darkness, a
    • immediately has a feeling of uncertainty. If he has been sufficiently
    • spirit does he now behold the spiritual. By the practice of certain intimate
    • receive a certain colouring from the life of feeling; and there is
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • being. Feeling brings a certain light into, intensifies,
    • fraught with antipathy there is still a certain lively intensity. When
    • it was certainly present. To understand the Greek nature we must
    • ancient memorials of the world which could, in a certain way, have
    • In certain Slavonic regions — people always interpret things
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • experienced a certain amount of inspiration in it, but the moment he called it
    • a picture, on a certain spot, of the whole world. What then is the
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • we have a process imitating in a certain sense what is going on in the
    • the whole body is in a certain respect related to the outer world as
    • You must not suppose that until then man has no etheric heart. Certain
    • The heart is an exception, in a certain sense. Here, too, an astral
    • cannot always go right up, as it were. There is always a certain
    • a certain connection of sympathy with all the complex forms that are
    • earliest childhood, indeed, the ego is in a certain relation to the
    • this or that can certainly be incorporated in their karma, but it is
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • that is elaborated, in a certain sense, by man himself in pre-earthly
    • into an inner uncertainty that makes itself felt even in the physical body.
    • present must needs cause a certain sadness to arise within him. It is
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • such an insect's life, and find a certain connection between them, for the
    • With regard to mankind, a certain law of development is found to run like a
    • find certain observable laws in the development of humanity. We can compare
    • or that he did not tell himself at a certain moment: ‘This is how you
    • We may say, therefore, that the insect has a certain direction in its life
    • up to chance, placing itself as it does within certain laws in each
    • the dying away of his instincts he has fallen, in a certain way, below the
    • considered mere mythology. He could certainly say: ‘The animal before me
    • able to know ourselves to a certain degree here on earth, and accordingly
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • preearthly life. In a certain sense it is then sent down as spiritual
    • In a certain sense, then,
    • In a certain sense, then,
    • certain extent a destructive process. Our life would be much shorter
    • certain heaviness by encouraging the breakdown processes. If one
    • organism. If you eat something, the food contains certain chemical
    • a certain way, in this situation the etheric body is unable to
    • say that, in a certain sense, what lies above the physical in the
    • need it could receive a certain plant substance in some sort of
    • Certainly a great deal can
    • are too strong. We can decoct certain roots that are known to contain
    • a significant extent. In a certain sense they already approach the
    • Certainly not everyone can always participate so actively that he
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • ideas of what is important. In addition, certain deliberations must be
    • medical-therapeutic endeavor is certainly not based upon our desire as
    • come to a more or less clear awareness of how uncertain, how vacillating
    • science in turn believes itself to be moving with certainty only with what
    • the metabolic process, can in a certain sense also break through to the
    • extraordinarily interesting property. Its form in nature is such that certain
    • clearly if we subject it to a certain physical-chemical process. Then the
    • this antimony is subjected to a certain kind of combustion process. You
    • antimony is subjected to certain electrolytic processes and it is brought to
    • one another in such a way that they must be in a certain state of
    • forth hate and antipathy in certain people — and who thus looks into the
    • human organism, works in a supportive way upon a certain kind of inner
    • becomes incapable of allowing to act in the right way certain forces,
    • has too little strength and cannot let certain forces be active within him
    • proper way, for they must be inhibited in a certain manner. If they are
    • Nothing will here be said against the bacterial theory which to a certain
    • developed further when it arrives at certain boundaries — and it can be
    • made the diagnosis in the correct way — by choosing certain blossoms of
    • has a certain number of patients, then she or he is required to have
    • their appropriate application, I certainly do not want to exclude what can
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  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • also be remembered that certain premises were taken for granted when
    • certain differences between his waking and sleeping states, yet
    • behind when at a certain time of old Atlantis the great teachers of
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • himself. The gods faced the great problem of losing to a certain
    • time, the overcoming of Ahrimanism, to a certain extent. Thus we have
    • certain extent, men forgot for a whole age everything that had an
    • content of these records — in our age, certainly not. These
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • it which are supposed to correspond with certain passages in
    • These partial omissions and mistakes led certain investigators to the
    • with a certain understanding for the representation of the personality
    • by a certain artificial note which was the fashion in those days. The
    • certain of his plays troubled experiences which embittered him. But in
    • may have been on certain difficult questions. For it is not
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • passages in it which are supposed to correspond with certain
    • partial omissions and mistakes led certain researchers to claim
    • plays was a man with a certain definite worldview. But such
    • certain understanding for the representation of the personality
    • also did not intend to present a certain idea, not jealousy in
    • were moreover impaired by a certain artificial note which was the
    • certain of his later plays troubled experiences which embittered
    • have been on certain difficult questions. For it is not
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • annihilation of consciousness. Hence certain philosophers affirm that
    • considered. This will certainly mean, for many, a giddy height of
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • leads to complete certainty of the Eternal in one's own being. This
    • Such intercourse is most certainly possible but it presents greater
    • of man, with special reference to certain of Goethe's ideas. I tried
    • instance, we read to the dead we certainly draw near to them. But for
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • these lectures have a certain freshness and directness one would not
    • you only need to imagine that we have the habit of making certain
    • when someone lives in a certain area where people focus more on the
    • out there did. We can say that there are certain forces of a cosmic
    • can look up to the sun and say that when we stand here at a certain
    • someone is born in an area where at a certain time, let's say at his
    • we get a certain picture. When we then turn the chair around and look
    • words, if you want to know what people in a certain area eat, you
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • the sense of Taste, to a certain extent even the sense of Sight. We
    • much more freely about certain truths than is now possible, for such
    • that has a certain justification he describes what sort of hair, what
    • From a certain
    • that the sense-organs become in a certain way life-regions once
    • and yet a form of comprehension arises which has a certain similarity
    • definite, finished being; but within certain limits he is variable.
    • come into being. We need to see with certainty that the tree-trunk as
    • independently — independently in a certain sense, for of course
    • a direct insult by a certain man in the audience. This man was to
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • When considering this change one could certainly start from
    • find, in a certain sense, the direction for his life. These four are
    • Aesthetic Education,” which represent a certain culmination of
    • People are inclined to stop at this point, leaving a certain sterility
    • men. Nor can you have a State unless you give it a certain natural
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • must change in a certain way. For, as I have repeatedly pointed out,
    • this point relate the needs of the present day to certain powers of
    • modern chemist, says he can make nothing of a certain recipe which is
    • external metal at all, but to certain processes within the human
    • They carry the sense they had for the alchemist. Certainly it is quite
    • They have, it is true, a certain application to the external minerals,
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • Now because the Ego of man was destined from a certain point of view
    • certain period of time, but then the most advanced representatives of
    • Moon are entirely different in character and function. In a certain
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    • ONCE before I spoke to you of certain spiritual facts concerning the
    • Today we will continue this line of thought for certain other facts
    • intelligible on the foundation of what can be ascertained directly in
    • downward too. Why does he not? Because at a certain stage of embryonic
    • — not immediately but after a certain time — transformed
    • become an ear downward; and if he remained in this state he certainly
    • will certainly not be kindled in you — the feeling of
    • come to it by inner activity. Ordinary learning is acquired in certain
    • ordinary effort to bring it to Imagination — is certain to have
  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • increases as we think more about it. In certain respects, the very
    • much sooner than certain injustices are forgotten at this age. On the
    • deal with the intellect with a certain imagination, then you have
    • them to a certain scepticism. What subject you deal with is much less
    • It is important for oneself as a teacher to exercise a certain amount
    • certainly quite unnecessary to begin to organize educational homes in
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • There is a certain law
    • and how greatly his consciousness will be enhanced by them. Certain men,
    • personalities — when it is necessary; but in a certain respect this
    • sight, remains. It will not be difficult for you to realise that in certain
    • be inaccessible to certain methods of working. — A man standing here,
    • to a certain degree initiated. There is a correspondence between the
    • in respect of the basic colour. This basic colour gives rise to a certain
    • undertakings, and so forth. And by adopting certain measures it will
    • the individual will acquire greater and greater power over certain masses
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • observes the phenomena of life with a certain impartiality will
    • certain realities lying behind them. The pictures fade away
    • was there which has left a certain sense of difficulty, that
    • waking consciousness. In a certain sense they still participate
    • would certainly be a shadowy experience, but something of the
    • karma. We know then why certain capacities are ours in this
    • these things were strongly felt in certain regions, for example
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    • of man, but within him, extending to a certain depth. From the
    • inwards from the skin, attains a certain thickness like a shell, and
    • in this way from a certain Being who is reckoned among the
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • through a certain evolution within the material world and has to
    • had reached such maturity that at a certain point of time his soul
    • certain point of time, and that the capacity did not exist in the
    • times, for the soul had then to undergo certain processes which were
    • rendered capable of existing for a certain length of time in a
    • soul was able for a certain period to gaze into the spiritual world
    • the spiritual world? Instructions were given with regard to a certain
    • history. So long as man does not believe that at a certain point of
    • He who can understand certain profound words in the
    • Spiritual that reveals itself behind sense phenomena. In a certain
    • And further, he will realise that at a certain point, a change must
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    • speaking of Richard Wagner, I certainly do not mean to imply
    • Wagner himself ever express this conviction? Most certainly he did!
    • speak openly of this world. We are reminded here of certain words of
    • certain extent Wagner was aware of his particular mission in art. He
    • after certain trials and tests had been undergone? They were able to
    • dramatist who, with marvellous inner certainty, staged human action as
    • able to express with the same inner certainty experiences which arise
    • I shall here repeat certain teachings of Spiritual Science which will
    • and that in the course of its evolution certain beings are continually
    • wisdom it was created. But first we must consider certain things which
    • that certain Spiritual Beings had remained behind at the spiritual
    • Now there is a certain profound mystery bound up with humanity and it
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    • certain individuals, saying that their teachings were to be avoided at
    • thought which had in a certain respect become estranged from the
    • certain personalities in the first three or four centuries after the
    • certainly be advised to read Paul Deussen. Things have come to a
    • remain without enlightenment about certain mysteries, enlightenment
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    • spiritual world, he will, to a certain extent have that experience
    • spirit, contemplates in a certain way every night the events of the
    • quite concretely that someone wishes to do a certain thing at a
    • important to consider HOW certain things are named, but rather what
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    • to a certain number of people! This would be most desirable. To begin
    • with an Ego, we must bear in mind that it has received a certain
    • their forms at that time. They are described with a certain mobility.
    • earth, we may indeed find certain differences among men, but these
    • certain differences in the external human form. All the interesting
    • are only right within certain limits, if we consider them from the
    • etheric body to man’s physical body and imagine that a certain
    • subjected to certain influences; it is inserted in the physical body
    • may take for granted that here in Munich there are certain Beings
    • certain feelings, that may, indeed, endanger souls filled with pride
    • persons would certainly say: “Towards the end of his life, he
    • human nature is, in our time, inclined, as it were, to reveal certain
    • Russian East, people have become aware of this, for a certain
    • before the war. Certain people were considered to be prominent in
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    • have a certain knowledge; and above all we must be mindful of the
    • Now there is a certain
    • and in a certain sense it is an illusion to believe that in the
    • And now let us turn to certain fundamental ideas which can make our
    • In a certain sense our
    • have to speak of something that certainly existed — and yet had
    • day, to stand before us. Everything, in a certain sense, must be
    • because Spiritual Science tries to open up a certain understanding of
    • knowledge — sevenfold knowledge. But in a certain respect he
    • impart to him. He has, for instance, himself discovered a certain
    • absolutely correct interpretation which would certainly be useful to
    • nevertheless in a certain respect we must feel it to be a skeleton in
    • beyond this? In a certain respect we have to be arid and
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    • matter of certain Initiates elaborating for individuals the
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    • transparent to himself. He knew with certainty: I am a soul, and I
    • ancient times, he even knew of certain details of the life of soul
    • that time, who had a certain feeling for what was taking place,
    • which so many people, possessed even of a certain higher
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    • unfolds a certain idealism, so that every time he utters a word, the
    • continuous stream back from our own day to Rome. A certain element of
    • time the universal spirit. He is great in a certain aspect but he is
    • lags behind the philosopher in certain respects; but in spiritual
    • Hierarchy beyond the first. Certain Archangel Beings were therefore
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • to-day, therefore, we will consider how certain happenings in the
    • begin with, we will study the character of certain spiritual impulses
    • certain point of view this was quite right. In times when the Old
    • development of certain definite faculties in one portion of the human
    • certain extent but remained somewhat freer), are an example of the
    • practised by certain spiritual beings who in their etheric and astral
    • nourishment for certain astral beings who set out to direct the
    • access to certain Luciferic beings indwelling the astral world. The
    • made to consummate a union between a certain form of magic and
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • a certain special aspect. Between birth and death we are living here
    • are in a more or less close relationship to certain other elemental
    • ‘planets’; our relation to the outer world, to certain
    • medical, physiological conception which will ascertain how the one or
    • elemental world, and there is a certain system which stands in a near
    • arranged in a certain way; and when we pass through the gate of
    • certain sense, it does become dissolved in the elemental world. It
    • conceptions, in our own life of ideas, for a certain length of time.
    • down here not only indirectly but directly. From a certain time
    • physical world as breathers of the outer air. Now in a certain sense
    • distinctly a certain inner experience. When you feel hunger in the
    • surrounding sphere; you feel that at a certain place there is
    • One more remark in conclusion. Think what it means that at a certain
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    • said, from a certain standpoint — is the Osiris-Isis-Myth
    • certain legal ideas, astronomy, rhetoric, even a script and so on. It
    • something of which he too had certain concepts. Although the name was
    • ancient times there was a certain common consciousness concerning
    • a certain community of soul! One could sometimes wish that there
    • the Greeks find a certain relationship between their own conception
    • hand, what the Egyptians in a certain sense formed as their highest
    • Rhea belonged, but above all Oceanus. As you know, through certain
    • were in a certain respect useful; but they also did things about
    • particularly outstanding degree. A certain clairvoyance naturally
    • time. A certain Luciferic character, as we should say today, was
    • see, even superficial ideas can indicate to us that certain nature
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    • in a certain sense even the Old Testament teachings to which we will
    • In a certain sense
    • certain mythical pictures and imaginations what they thought and felt
    • certain constellation of the ‘Virgin’ the Magi of the
    • humanity at a certain period of time, and then vanished. And the
    • with quite different conditions of soul. Certain Brotherhoods of
    • little dangerous to talk of these things beyond a certain degree. Up
    • to a certain degree, however, it is not only a case of should,
    • the young boy before the age of puberty had certain Imaginations; it
    • perceived certain things, afterwards he reflected upon them. Such an
    • connected in a certain way with the day, with the rising and setting
    • man, the matured man, the air was certainly still there, but he knew
    • longer in our present age be kept under lock and key. Certain
    • impure, foolish, empty, inasmuch as from certain directions, without
    • General Ideas, are at first as certain Ideas in God: those are
    • many words this applies! And the next step is that then certain words
    • property of the State. Even in language certain things are developing
    • In a certain naive way one would then say: he is a ‘Doctor’.
    • who is seen to be learned. For it still has a certain significance
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    • further sought to find our way again, from a certain aspect, in the
    • structure, are derived from certain ancient experiences of mankind.
    • They are based on a certain consciousness that humanity once
    • and in a certain connection, I said, certain impulses of the
    • fifth, just as in the sixth Post-Atlantean epoch, certain impulses of
    • as in the last Post-Atlantean epoch, the seventh, certain impulses of
    • sniggers, and over many other matters which, out of a certain
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    • a certain example — naturally at a great distance — an
    • our fifth period is in a certain respect and from certain aspects the
    • very great, greater from a certain aspect than they were in former
    • if one speaks of a certain connection of man with concrete
    • The belief that the physical human being must in a certain way take
    • one could say that in a certain respect Mars was the rightful King of
    • constellations of the stars have also always known that certain help
    • the sun. With a certain justification to each of these constellations
    • course ... Certainly, my dear friends, such as we are now, the world
    • One must put certain questions to oneself if one is to be attentive
    • out — are Lenin, Trotsky, a certain Herr Joffe and a certain
    • number of persons were accused, among them a certain Petrowski, among
    • them also a certain Kameneff, alias Rosenfeld. Kameneff, in especial,
    • certain Kerenski, who later played another role, was assigned to
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    • years go on becomes older. In a certain respect one can say that for
    • present time we are capable of development up to a certain age
    • of mankind would be for each man to be aware that he takes a certain
    • 1828. But for certain reasons which will shortly be clearer to us
    • there must be a mistake. Friedrich Schlegel most certainly spoke from
    • familiarizing themselves with a certain ease and facility with what,
    • This beauty of life will certainly never be taken from men by any
    • deception. It is certainly a reality in respect of physical life, but
    • nevertheless in a certain way and sometimes in a very close way the
    • of our age that people realize the fact that certain things which
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    • You will, however, easily see that disregarding certain
    • not get beyond certain limits. This wisdom of the head, my dear
    • to be passed through under certain circumstances very rapidly.
    • in certain ideas and concepts that he learns; but he then only learns
    • unprejudicedly [?] enough). We have learnt a certain amount in youth,
    • being who walks about here below upon the earth? Most certainly not!
    • element. It was essential that for a certain time in humanity's
    • was not imagined. But for a certain length of time, in order to
    • certain respects people flee from the real science of the spirit.
    • mankind. Humanity, however, must evolve. Up to a certain degree it
    • the love was certainly not very genuine. But why was there a Czardom?
    • Europe will be hated, not by men, but by certain demons which will
    • dwell in men. The time will certainly come when Eastern Europe will
    • such spirits as Friedrich Schlegel, will certainly come to pass,
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    • We have seen that we approach certain riddles of the universe I and
    • certainly has that. For as you know, the configuration of the starry
    • spiritual secrets of the stars. One can even say in a certain sense,
    • inwards towards the earth, enters the surface to a certain depth and
    • things with the most certainty when one does not observe them on the
    • certain year streams in, only streams out again after several years.
    • friends, certain customs have remained from earlier times, when
    • we may make a certain amount of progress if at least in one spot on
    • my dear friends, this is certainly logic, for the article is written
    • may sound, there is a certain resemblance between this seventh
    • worked in a certain way into the head and gave man cosmic wisdom. Man
    • man formerly knew brought down certain realities out of the cosmos.
    • mirror, but which nevertheless tells us something, in certain
    • mathematical calculations in Astronomy. But the reality is certainly
    • That was certainly not
    • you will and you will find that it was certain territorial changes,
    • the individual but humanity too in a certain way has forgotten how to
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    • certain things that require a still more detailed study.
    • detaches itself in a certain way only to be gathered up into the
    • a result of our having implanted into it the effects of certain moral
    • certain limit in this expansion; and when it can expand no further,
    • a certain kind of inward craving. And it is chiefly this craving that
    • certain inclinations, I might say, in divers directions.
    • returns, and how the ego in a certain way finds it again. We can
    • body, it develops an even greater longing for a certain spot on
    • earth, for a certain people, a certain family. On the other hand
    • certainty to him. For such a student of wisdom it was simply
    • certain that the germ of the next earth life lies buried within us,
    • prevailing method — a people belonging to a certain locality on
    • of a certain people manifests in life is supposed to be understood
    • another generation living today, we can certainly trace it back to
    • occasion, and this is in a certain respect perfectly true, that we
    • bodies of the old American Indians, although they certainly descend
    • character. For in a certain way, what one hears from Rabindranath
    • people, in a certain way, continue to pay homage to the old, but once
    • used disparagingly by certain people in referring to our doctrine of
    • inhabit one part of the earth during a certain period, do not remain
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    • We will consider a certain theme today which may serve as an
    • certain faculties during his physical life on Earth.
    • from his speech. And a certain human failing is revealed — it
    • whether certain emotions in him are too intense. This, again, is
    • during life on Earth, and moreover, as you know, during certain
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    • That, however, is only one side of the picture. There is a certain
    • there is a certain affinity between abstract thought and the
    • earlier times the life of soul was of a nature of which certain men,
    • That is why it is so wonderful to find reference in certain
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    • certain guiding lines, how the higher worlds can become a reality.
    • certain boundaries. Every scientific researcher is aware that the
    • material world of sense and that at a certain point an impassable
    • in this way, by means of certain exercises carried out by the faculty
    • and others. It is only possible now to indicate certain
    • of his consciousness, and dwells upon it for a certain length of
    • investigators to recommend certain exercises. When such exercises are
    • at a certain point — a point reached as a result of natural
    • When the consciousness is focused upon certain images and the forces
    • In a certain respect, nevertheless, something can be learnt from the
    • certain guiding lines, but what has been said will to some extent
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    • certain respect, risen out of Gnosticism. It has risen out of
    • is customary in modern science, if we observe how certain ideas which
    • that is to say, the intellect, enabled one to grasp in a certain
    • although in a certain abstract manner — of the truths which
    • attitude gave rise to certain habits, and these habits continued.
    • construed, as it were, which justified to a certain extent at least
    • period. As stated, certain things have preceded all this, for
    • which could be detected to a certain extent in spectral analysis, and
    • all that could be discovered in connection with certain things which
    • thinking has also been lost; and for this reason certain questions,
    • image can, in a certain way, lead us into the super-sensible world far
    • wealth of facts had been collected from certain standpoints, when
    • otherwise not have been found. It was, to be sure, a certain
    • theological thought and, in a certain way, it has elaborated certain
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    • world-conception was gradually approaching a certain culminating
    • outcome of the arbitrary action of a certain number of leading
    • were prepared in the fifteenth century and they reached a certain
    • certain materialistic world-conception.
    • existence, at least to a certain extent. Theories of knowledge were
    • with a certain emphasis, realising that Haeckel was a great
    • another standpoint, how certain people, who felt that the head of
    • at night, and you awake in the morning. If a certain
    • certainly rooted, in so far as the conceptions permeate the head, in
    • human being is not only considered from the standpoint of a certain
    • earth; this enables him to acquire certain cognitions which represent
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    • older, until it reaches, as it were, a certain childlike stage of
    • body has not grown young enough, but has instead maintained a certain
    • certain spot, this large van had overturned; this had happened
    • forces, and in these we may find certain impressions from the
    • certain way, they pass through the portal of death so that they
    • unconscious, but in a certain way the astral body reckons with death.
    • to the future development of humanity, if a certain number of people
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    • century and had reached a certain climax at the time of Giordano
    • Certain
    • certain sense, saw in advance that human beings would lose this
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    • then began, and a certain intermediate course of development took
    • not yet reached its climax. For such points are always in a certain
    • formations in certain parts of the body. These names mean far more
    • of Golgotha in a certain naive, instinctive way. Many people had
    • in a really living way. Yet certain people had preserved the last
    • remained from the Gnosis, and such like. A certain spiritual
    • year 333, it was still possible to grasp this truth to a certain
    • the spiritual Beings! The assertions of natural science are certainly
    • certain higher knowledge, which we must first take in there. It is a
    • only consists of the body. Certain devilish initiates are now
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    • earth-evolution in a certain respect. It would then become possible
    • speaking the truth at all about certain things, because of national
    • information about Anthroposophy.] They certainly do not. For
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    • I will therefore narrate briefly the manner in which a certain
    • religion, and who, simply through being in certain circles of the
    • certain fanaticism, but of being conscious that we can do what is
    • it has certainly not been said out of any personal motive, but solely
    • Certainly no wish could be stronger than mine that the Movement for
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    • this with a certain ease. If you carefully remember the
    • (but nevertheless with a certain right) as a retrospective memory,
    • that also our etheric body falls away from us after a certain number
    • atavistic clairvoyance was lost only because certain qualities had to
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    • place. The following thing must, as it were, come from a certain
    • that possessed, in addition to a certain ancient form of
    • certain place in Europe, a nation whose soul was of the kind
    • element, with its elemental spirits, can, in a certain way, ray into
    • instance: The face has certain definite forms; flesh and air contact
    • that stretches certain parts of its principal body out of the ocean
    • a certain relationship in which East and West work together, in which
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    • It is certainly clear
    • will certainly discover that by far the greater number of those who
    • certain period and educated to be a man of his time. The result is
    • certainly receiving as inner soul training by the time we are six,
    • destiny, should all aim at giving the soul a certain direction of
    • all right too? Everyone was certainly left perfectly free. Nothing
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    • when we met the man five days ago our etheric body experienced certain
    • light-body. Our etheric body, then, experienced certain movements, for the
    • sees the face of the other, but because of this certain movements arise in
    • the etheric body also were set free [as can be done by certain meditations
    • certain powers that are in the spiritual world and which it recognizes.
    • easily come by a certain attitude of soul, which is necessary if spiritual
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    • the retaining of a mental image or a thought or impression. Certainly
    • a certain way irrevocably determined by the nature of the seed. It is
    • with man? Up to a point this is certainly so, but only up to a
    • certain point. When a human being arises out of the embryo we see
    • that his development is also enclosed within certain limits. Negroes
    • like the plant's, is also enclosed within certain limits. This limit,
    • nature. Certain things can be traced in the permanent habits and
    • were just as enclosed within the limits of a certain form of growth
    • the etheric body of the plant always has a certain finite number of
    • being that is also enclosed within certain limits like the plant,
    • is based in a certain sense on memory.
    • today, you will notice a certain difference, of course, but beans
    • course that it is only present after death for a certain time. And
    • last year, and even a certain amount that happened yesterday. A
    • be able to get certain impressions out of his mind because he is
    • possible for a man's inner health if there are certain things he just
    • the human being's inability to forget certain connections with the
    • melancholic temperament and who never gets away from certain mental
    • sanguine temperament can in a certain way be extremely beneficial. Of
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    • certain continuity. In the course of each winter, too, the lectures
    • have always had a certain inner connection, even if, on the surface,
    • section. As there is a certain inner thread in the lectures, it is
    • this group. There will be a certain inner connection in the course of
    • can define and describe them in a certain way. The essential thing is
    • are certain ailments in man's organism which can only be
    • certain ailments in man's organism that point to an illness of the
    • the astral body, the first thing we notice physically is a certain
    • nervous system cannot do its job in a certain area all kind of
    • point to a disability of the nervous system in a certain area and
    • with one or another basic soul character of the ego. Certain chronic
    • the winter, if possible; or, if he has a certain job, to change it
    • irregularities of the astral body and that appear in certain
    • mineral kingdom was pushed out, certain specific inner organs arose.
    • The heart could not have arisen if certain plants, minerals and
    • time. Now what arose externally has a certain connection with what
    • be used in the microcosm, otherwise man will experience in a certain
    • Now you will realise that the mixture of peoples affords us a certain
    • another. There is for instance a certain relationship between a man's
    • a certain way in the glandular system, we must find the remedy that
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    • into a whole and culminate in an understanding of certain things
    • times, they were in a certain way all fundamentally alike. Each
    • in him. Man became in a certain way individualised because, having a
    • Only a few insignificant things in certain particular directions
    • harmony of divine-spiritual health. In a certain respect he set
    • from him the medicine he really needs, then because of certain bad
    • of original sin and understand it correctly. With certain things
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    • understanding of it, certain preliminary concepts would have to be
    • certain illnesses like, for instance, pneumonia, there is a crisis on
    • certain forces, processes and beings in the cosmos as a whole. For
    • within us is also to a certain extent outside us, and so we could say
    • astral body and the ego are to a certain extent outside these. But
    • human being is continuously undergoing certain changes, the outer
    • universal ego, and this brings a certain irregularity into his rhythm
    • is not only the ego and astral body that go through certain
    • certain processes, but they are still noticeable to occult
    • certain irregularities of the astral body because these
    • body. Now we will suppose that the astral body has a certain defect.
    • the purpose of the rhythm. Certain influences increase in the first
    • there today to a certain extent, but it has become independent of
    • calendars in use in country districts certain rules referring to
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    • that we spoke of a certain rhythm existing in the four members of
    • one another. You will remember that there are certain relationships
    • female. From this we can see that in a certain respect an
    • if the patient cannot be brought through this crisis then in certain
    • correctly ascertained, and if you do not know which the first day is
    • today have their origins in the astral body and are to a certain
    • temperature is connected with certain functions of the etheric body.
    • a certain course. The temperature, then, is somehow within the rhythm
    • whole time with the etheric body, were to be in a certain position in
    • that is, two times seven. And we can definitely say that with certain
    • that it also separated itself from the sun for a certain length of
    • in earlier times certain conditions in man's life were
    • certain extent connected, in that even modern medicine reckons with
    • belong to certain inner processes, he would not have survived. Of
    • us come back to the clock. In a certain respect this also conforms to
    • twelve o'clock, that is because there is a certain constellation of
    • he was like a clock in the cosmos. In certain respects he brought his
    • The way man thinks all day long is in a certain respect in
    • this: When certain prophets go around today preaching ‘Back to
    • recommends people to eat certain foods only at certain times of the
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    • discussed until later. Today we want to talk about at least a certain
    • of these members comes to expression in certain organs and organ
    • certain way for use in the future. Nevertheless an extract of the
    • has a certain effect on his whole life. Any action of man that hurts
    • and so on. You must certainly not imagine that we can immediately put
    • a certain thing in the next or one of our future lives. This force
    • appearance. During a certain period of our lives an inner necessity
    • certain discrepancy between the forces of heredity and what the soul
    • forces, but only to a certain extent. The stronger the soul is the
    • strong enough to overcome certain things in the organism. In the
    • end — the forces of our soul always encounter a certain
    • diseases appearing at certain times. These show nothing else than
    • that the child is learning inner control of a certain part of his
    • necessitates having a certain part of our brain organised in a
    • particular way or having a certain characteristic in the blood
    • into effect. A man might for instance have received a certain degree
    • been impossible for him to develop certain forces which could produce
    • the necessary harmony in the organism. At a certain point in his life
    • could be that a person would have been able to reach a certain stage
    • we are touching on matters that our profane world would certainly
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    • and weeping are certainly very common things in human life. But only
    • laughs. Certainly there will be people who maintain that animals also
    • start with, therefore, the child has certain qualities in common with
    • possession of ego-hood, man feels a certain disharmony in his
    • say that the ego feels itself to be in a certain disharmony with the
    • physiognomy, and so on. You will admit that within certain limits, of
    • course, man has a certain mobility, and that in a way it is left to
    • certainly be so, but not individually, because with dogs, parrots,
    • resulting in certain muscles changing their position. So when in the
    • case of a certain display of feeling the ego makes the astral body
    • slack, certain muscles are bound to have a different tension from
    • tears which in a certain respect is like a flow of blood brought
    • is just as though you were to pump the air out of a certain space,
    • astral body from out of his ego. This is certainly correct. But on
    • in a certain respect absolutely the expression of the ego nature of
    • terrible egoism, for in a certain way weeping is only too often a
    • tears. A certain feeling of satisfaction — whether it is
    • cries. And the one who understands these things can again ascertain
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    • inner being of man, including man's whole evolution, in a certain way
    • originally connected with certain regions of the earth. You will also
    • present-day eye cannot distinguish certain sea creatures from their
    • certain extent true that at the North Pole the strongest influence is
    • those days the body was still to a certain extent perfectly capable
    • it to develop beyond a certain point. There were other people again
    • countries have kept a certain similarity right down the ages. Let us
    • whose physical bodies were actually to a certain extent stunted. In
    • degree. The bodily nature was certainly developed here, but the
    • discover it in the myths of certain isolated districts of Siberia. A
    • East, and also the peoples of certain parts of Africa and especially
    • reach a certain point of development, as it were, but not overdo it
    • the right way. For all spiritual science has in a certain respect to
    • that certain sections of the earth's inhabitant's did not find it
    • ego. Indeed, there are even certain books that tell you: You do not
    • impulse. What happens has always in a certain way already happened,
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    • world. To a certain extent you can train the animal to do things that
    • withers. You can even observe something similar in certain lower
    • nothing further to develop when puberty has occurred. In a certain
    • Therefore after puberty certain possibilities of development remain
    • a certain respect we can speak of evolution and involution
    • interpenetrates them too in a certain way, as an earthly being man is
    • us take a further example. Imagine a man standing here at a certain
    • causes. To a certain extent this is still so today, for those
    • certain spirits already engaged in the past in our evolution are
    • these influences a certain fanaticism could develop in him for
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    • certain lack still exists, this lack is due to something that is
    • is only now possible to consider certain matters which bring home the
    • time there were certain tasks which it was incumbent upon the Beings
    • that in certain souls who were sufficiently mature there should be
    • activity when the spirit is not speaking. And quite certainly no
    • particular spiritual Movement is the only genuine one, will certainly
    • of a certain state of tranquillity.
    • plane? Everyone is aware that with the exception of certain spheres
    • may agree together, firstly, as to how certain facts are discovered,
    • epics. On this particular occasion I was reminded of a certain
    • speak of something else as well. There was a certain truth which I
    • that time was also connected with the study of certain works of art.
    • mobility, and thus adopts a certain posture. The impression may well
    • person's karma can be influenced in a certain way. We must, however,
    • It remains to be said that there are certain conditions
    • This will help you to understand that for certain karmic
    • recognise that for a certain period after death whatever is a burden
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    • certainly be made aware of your ‘I’. This collision with
    • shall find that what rises up into consciousness has a certain
    • the moment exactly what — that has a certain value in the
    • able to restore freshness and health within certain limits to the
    • dweller, a Venus dweller and so on, and in a certain sense he must
    • even according to religion — is still, in a certain respect, a
    • We spend certain periods after each death within these
    • starting-point, what is now to be said will in a certain sense be
    • Initiate experiences in the spiritual worlds is in a certain respect
    • essential principle; in certain of its tenets, and as a whole, it is
    • not on the level of certain other faiths. What really matters,
    • certain respect the earlier religions are racial religions,
    • contact with other human souls. There is a certain utterance which
    • sphere a man must make a decision; he must acquire a certain
    • their force: Thou art a God, be as a God! We know with all certainty
    • Teachers of the people of ancient India, those Teachers certainly had
    • dream. For certain as it is that a truth is right in an epoch
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    • responsible on Earth. To a certain extent change has become
    • through human will is able to bring about certain changes in the
    • certain time in his life and becomes an anthroposophist. It may
    • Such things certainly happen but we must realise that they are very
    • death than they were in life. During life a certain disharmony
    • certainly present. In this practical way very active help can be
    • that what is of main importance is to acquire certain concepts and
    • ‘effect’ and then, having ascertained some connection
    • life. For our inner life, however, it is certainly of importance.
    • certain dreams which are often quite inexplicable, in which certain
    • certain way, so that they do not manifest on the physical plane.
    • telegraph. Certainly the latter is the simpler and much quicker
    • independent. At that time, in certain intervals between incarnations,
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    • spiritual insight into the connection of certain events with heavenly
    • is illumined for us from a certain time onwards during life after
    • however, there is a certain difference between his connection with
    • Spirit resolved that when the human being had acquired certain
    • During the waking life of day there is a certain
    • quite rightly from a certain standpoint — that the Ego and
    • of this fact is the best equipment for understanding certain
    • based on occultism. You have always heard — and from a certain
    • This is the opposite description of sleep. And especially in certain
    • possible to survey a certain definite portion of the process of
    • that a certain constellation of stars in the year 1604 would be
    • certain connection with and capacity for perception of what is lived
    • After death, however, it is a torch which from a certain point of
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    • descending from divine-spiritual heights to a certain nadir. The
    • Mars. The example of a certain individuality is clear evidence of the
    • to be formed entirely under the influence of certain old Mars forces
    • Earth to Mars. As a result, all the souls of men, in a certain sense,
    • of Christmas gift, certain information about Christian Rosenkreutz.
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    • rest of the physical body. At a certain stage of development,
    • have already considered certain aspects of man's life between death
    • proclaimed in its deeper aspect, certain teachings were left in the
    • certain time, most of the etheric body dissolves into the cosmic
    • and the etheric hand move together. But when a certain stage in the
    • certain position — perhaps crossed over the breast — and
    • of the brain would certainly like to move but they cannot. Thus the
    • certain respect the strength of thinking lies in the ability of the
    • Even in a certain period of the
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    • character when they have reached a certain age. This is the result of
    • something does intervene. When the human being stops growing, certain
    • human being a certain elasticity. But at that point other formative
    • without inwards and, when the human being has reached a certain age,
    • at present. By no means was it so! And in certain cases we need go
    • reality? You may remember that I have spoken of certain spiritual
    • from cosmic worlds and had brought with them to the Earth a certain
    • alone but also by a certain category of Luciferic spirits of the
    • certain spirits of the higher Hierarchies did not keep pace with
    • certain Luciferic spirits of the lowest order, influences human
    • a certain Professor of whom it was said that because he had written
    • certain age in his life? He has completely changed; it is as though
    • absent in earlier life, that appear only when a certain age has been
    • souls who are the most highly developed and in whom a certain break
    • only at a certain age. This would apply to persons of whom it can be
    • We now see that this is the reason why a certain fact
    • the physical body has undergone a certain development, when a certain
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    • certain point there is a reversal of vision. Everything that was
    • nature around us owe their existence to a certain retardation in
    • has taken place in the past and still enjoys a certain existence. But
    • human body as seen during sleep show a certain similarity with the
    • of a grown-up person, however, or of a child from a certain age
    • life of day, so that in the normal life of the human being a certain
    • affords a different spectacle. A certain connection with the
    • life continues for a time. But then, at a certain point during the
    • simply inherits certain traits from his father, mother, grandparents
    • ancestors. But there is also the fact that from a certain point of
    • — although this experience occurred only in certain
    • who are being educated in certain schools today will have the best
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    • theoretical materialism are still to be found in certain circles.
    • way the subject is expressed it may often, in a certain respect,
    • again through birth, he becomes in a certain way the moulder of his
    • Earth. Within certain limits the human being builds and fashions his
    • Earth he can certainly form and mould his body, but he moulds it then
    • certain respect he is inwardly inadequate, because his soul is tinged
    • their intellect and acquire certain skills which will help them to
    • examples do certainly occur; they appear before the eyes of spirit
    • when faced with reality. Here is an example: A certain free-thinking
    • developed what it is certainly true to call a religious, pious
    • death and the new birth are also connected in a certain way as causes
    • dead we find souls who for a certain length of time in the
    • help them to thrive and blossom. Just as in certain circumstances we
    • physical world forces which in a certain way work freely, upon human
    • Certain specific spiritual powers and beings are responsible for
    • duty — although of course anything may happen! In a certain
    • example, a being is meant to assimilate certain things on Earth, it
    • the acceptance of certain concepts and ideas needed by man for his
    • said certain things about the spiritual worlds. At that time it was
    • die in order to acquire certain knowledge. When we pass through the
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    • certain points of view and the lectures given during the Winter
    • by using certain
    • certain pictures more closely related to inner conditions of the
    • brain, he is still aware of a certain connection with the Earth
    • Susceptibility, of Wishes, of Attraction and Repulsion, a certain
    • have developed certain religious impulses during earthly life. In
    • in compulsory isolation, the soul must be imbued with certain
    • only for souls already able to exercise a certain degree of genuine
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    • the soul can be brought up against a certain contradiction when it
    • evolution. We need only take a certain thought, and we shall find it
    • certain summit, and not only among particular individuals, such as
    • world, we certainly find there nothing that is known to-day about the
    • certainly Maya, but with thinking we penetrate into a spiritual world
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    • the past, one certainly comes to a strange result. First of all, one
    • Zarathustrian civilisation, we can say: These souls were certainly
    • culture-epochs, we find the Bible itself indicating that a certain
    • certainly strike us — that the Bible is in a strange position
    • must certainly be put to the Bible, and which will be more
    • Now, fundamentally speaking, it is certainly not easy to
    • It is quite certain that the third post-Atlantean epoch, if Christ
    • writers of the Gospels, and Paul, who were endowed with a certain
    • Paul also, in a certain way, created something out of
    • that this strangeness explains itself, in a certain sense, when
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    • a certain definite way.
    • it is, for in relation to a certain fact the concepts and ideas which
    • which had developed in a certain way through earlier incarnations. We
    • was then in a certain sense born in the Nathan Jesus-child, we are
    • have been exposed to a certain danger. We must not think it was a
    • certain order and harmony, imbued with wisdom, could now flow into
    • planets, that at a certain time during the Atlantean evolution the
    • It is remarkable that when a certain man — King
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    • seen, reached a certain conclusion at the end of the Atlantean Age.
    • certain forces. Goethe and Giordano Bruno, among others, compare
    • words — that in the place where the Bible with a certain truth
    • certain sense, from the Earth. But this was possible only if there
    • connected in a primordial earthly sense with all that gives a certain
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    • the Sibyls points to a certain power of the human soul which in
    • — after Parsifal returns, in a certain sense cured of his
    • do with a certain matter, one very often does not know what will be
    • the impulses that were certainly present in him; for he was not to be
    • first misled by a certain circumstance. In occult research — I
    • made use of Chrestien de Troyes and of a certain Kyot. External
    • Kyot. At the same time, when I had been to a certain extent led
    • before the Mystery of Golgotha, reappear in a certain sense after the
    • whom he calls Flegetanis and in whom lives a certain knowledge of the
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    • we find a certain man, deeply bound up with the spiritual life of the
    • imagination; it has movement, certain illnesses, and ebb and flow are
    • is no propagation. A certain image of the Zodiac and of the whole
    • certainty and precision.
    • harmonise with certain mysteries of the Christian religion. Thus for
    • they habitually occur. Under certain aspects and constellations the
    • Christian teaching, they certainly deserve to be: they prefer to fly
    • scourges; often he allows certain things to be announced through them
    • of certain things; he is held to be ignorant — but of what? Now
    • prevail on Earth for a season; a certain opposition to anything that
    • certain aspects and constellations the air is always restless; if
    • movement, certain illnesses, and ebb and flow are its respirations.
    • propagation. A certain image of the Zodiac and of the whole firmament
    • certainly not be immediately convinced by what has been said. This is
    • of certain gaps in the existing shorthand report of this concluding
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    • ancient Saturn are still in a certain way active.
    • the same delusion as a man who had been sentenced by a certain legal
    • that gave certainty to the awakening thought. But then began the
    • need arose to give certainty to thinking, — to prove thinking as was
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    • certain deeper foundations of world-mysteries of which in modern
    • bodies, and have worked out a certain kind of physics and chemistry
    • a certain sense — is bound up, and which once played an
    • only someone who, by developing certain qualities connected with the
    • this Moon fortress, certain secrets can be revealed that were once in
    • universe, after leaving the Earth together with the Moon. A certain
    • It was out of a certain intuition that such great veneration was paid
    • certain relationship is established between Jupiter and Saturn, there
    • connected with a certain relationship between Jupiter and Saturn.
    • But, as already said, Jupiter is in a certain respect impenetrable
    • Jupiter and Saturn together formed a certain constellation, many
    • certain sense Mars may be called the Agitator in our universe. He is
    • The planet Venus is again different. In a certain way — how
    • any greater coercion, man is free, in a certain respect, in the realm
    • of speech too — not entirely, but in a certain respect free.
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    • development of certain faculties to which we must draw attention and
    • certain statements of spiritual science, objections based upon human
    • the things pertaining to the spiritual world present a certain
    • the world only has a meaning if it presents a certain definite
    • certain particular truths. If we grow more and more acquainted with
    • certain amount of light can be thrown upon the question of destiny if
    • certain insight into the mysterious processes of human life.
    • to a certain sphere of interests connected with their reciprocal
    • certain period of time in the spiritual world and that the
    • say that, seen from a certain standpoint, human life viewed in this
    • In a certain respect, every result or effect is already contained in
    • but on the whole we may observe certain important points which throw
    • Ego-consciousness in this life by leading us back to a certain
    • case of certain forces which we need during our life between death
    • some accident. Sometimes we realise to a certain extent how matters
    • Sometimes we may feel an aversion to do a certain thing; we may leave
    • is in a certain way weak, that it lacks strength. He is filled with
    • again bring to the surface from certain sources for the sake of a
    • Let us corroborate this statement with certain concrete
    • death and because he had a certain relationship with the spiritual
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    • relations of the one human being to certain elemental beings may
    • certain number, however, are more nearly related to ourselves, and
    • more exactly, we find that there is a certain mutual interplay,
    • spiritual scientist merely by knowing about certain things. You are
    • or that dead individual. A certain kind of intercourse can
    • certain respect at any rate the dead person must have constituted a
    • trained can make himself a certain substitute. For instance —
    • one has acquired a certain practice in making contact with an
    • together required the influence of certain forces. He who recognizes
    • have, however, the elemental world in a certain sense outside us
    • the world than we are in our physical body. Hence there are certain
    • attention especially to certain points.
    • A certain portion of
    • taught in a given epoch bears a certain character only because people
    • this or that, then — not for all things but certainly for many
    • — you will find that they are doing it because certain impulses
    • world. After a certain time we become ripe to send imaginations; then
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    • I want to bring forward certain matters which concern mankind's
    • relationship with certain spiritual powers during the earth's future.
    • being of man something comes together which, in a certain
    • Yet the practice of centuries continues through a certain cultural
    • may not have applied to everyone but certainly to those who had
    • certain level of human evolution is not the same as attaining that
    • dwelling in solids had, in a certain sense, to hold back and leave
    • certain age know that formerly one gained insight into another human
    • of world evolution. Certain aspects of psychoanalysis may do some
    • individuality and rather strive to amalgamate. Certain initiates in
    • ancient times, through whom certain teachings of the Old Testament
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    • science enable you to grasp this with a certain ease. If you
    • certain right) as a retrospective memory, for we have before us now,
    • from us after a certain number of days, but it does not fall away
    • lost only because certain qualities had to be acquired which
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    • death; so that in our work we quite certainly do not lose those souls
    • to you to-day particularly about certain things in connection with
    • which do indeed penetrate into spiritual realms, to a certain extent,
    • also laid aside. We know, too, that a certain importance must be
    • certain sense alive — when he sees red, blue green, etc.
    • life, you see it — you see a certain colour. And, indeed, this
    • a certain time elapses between the effect upon our eye, and the
    • immediately perceive it, but a certain time elapses, and only then do
    • laboratories. Certain kinds of apparatus are constructed; and then
    • the attempt is made to cause a certain impression — the student
    • of this. A certain space of time elapses. In this short interval, we
    • and, in a certain sense, we are constantly being favoured by an act
    • need a certain freedom from prejudice, as I might say, in order to
    • accept Spiritual Science, but also that we must have a certain kind
    • certain phenomenon which I should like to touch upon. When someone
    • every process of thought and sensation, a certain physical parallel
    • certain nuance of conceptual thought. But they do not go as far as
    • goes as far as certain shades of feeling; but he does not reach to
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    • to meet our explanations with a certain amount of good-will; for were
    • without a certain degree of opposition that might now and then be
    • remember, that at a certain stage of mystic or occult development one
    • This will show you that a certain degree of maturity in mystical or
    • certain respect free himself. Now the ‘homeless’ men of
    • very, very little understanding. In the first place a certain
    • impartially. Just as it was right that, to a certain extent, silence
    • This saying will have a certain significance for the future work of
    • world, possesses certain members, certain portions of his being,
    • millions of people, who are crowded together in a certain country.
    • future work, by having in a certain way, to a certain extent, learnt
    • Just as the sentient-soul stands in a certain
    • a certain way worked into the physical body by the ‘ I ’;
    • certain, however highly evolved he may be on the earth, that he can
    • human being. Material consciousness can certainly not make much of
    • this. It cannot follow what in a certain respect is already actually
    • if he were to pay attention. He would see that there are certain
    • developed themselves in a certain respect prematurely, without
    • When a certain number of ages have passed away, then a
    • through, when age after age he returns in a certain way to earlier
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    • Now of course it might be said: It must certainly be
    • out something which is to a certain extent visible externally, a kind
    • or Archangelic beings. Besides that, these beings must in a certain
    • certain part of our earth, it is comprehensible that for a
    • this etheric aura of man alters from within, it develops certain
    • Certainly these preserve throughout long periods a fundamental tone,
    • The essential is, that the etheric aura over a certain
    • brought about from outside, in a certain sense. Every one of these
    • etheric auras is in a certain respect a fusion of what comes from the
    • in a certain respect, the saying which is so lightly quoted in
    • inhabited by a certain people, is the etheric aura of that particular
    • matter dependent, they are compelled at certain times to wander over
    • Beings who are in certain respects related to the Archangels, but who
    • mystery in evolution; it is the law of the lagging behind of certain
    • Beings, the law which brings it about that at every stage certain
    • namely so, that although in respect of certain attributes they are
    • Spirits of Form or Powers, and by means of certain attributes can do
    • the higher worlds, would certainly find the Archangels. But one must
    • If certain Beings had not renounced their normal evolution, and
    • the earth. In certain respects man ought to love his language, for
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    • modifications, as three parts within the astral body. It certainly is
    • astral body. The three modifications must make use of certain
    • it will in every case bring this certainty; you may carry out the
    • But in the intellectual-soul of man there are, however, certain
    • perception in which there are certain centers; these centers, these
    • particular people at a certain time. When the possibility of
    • in certain respects such a Folk-soul is really rather far removed
    • life. In a certain respect the Archangel-nature, the one which guides
    • certain portion of the earth, and over this people the folk-aura, the
    • objects, — that in certain respects the measures taken by the
    • Personality is externally visible when, within a certain people,
    • certain respects its good side, because in this way a great variety,
    • more important for a certain epoch than he otherwise is in the
    • out something important at a certain time in history. What is
    • they are those who have renounced a certain portion of the attributes
    • the Spirits of Motion may also remain behind with certain attributes,
    • that certain Spirits of Motion have so remained in human evolution,
    • regards certain attributes, really Spirits of Motion, and in respect
    • are certainly right in speaking of a German, a Dutch, a Norwegian
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    • also necessary, if man were to come into being, that at certain
    • epochs, certain Beings should renounce the normal course of their
    • about in the life of present-day man at a certain age; it can only
    • appear at a certain age.
    • would far prefer everything to go on with a certain regularity, and
    • of to-day, this consciousness awakes to a certain degree soon after
    • renounced the development of certain capacities which they could have
    • again is carried over in a certain way into his later life, because
    • a man lives on earth during a certain incarnation became of
    • connections if we consider the following. We may state, in a certain
    • therefore mention certain parts of the earth that are connected with
    • civilizations. We can see that, in a certain way, the evolution of
    • explained, namely, that in a certain respect the Atlantean
    • the Persian civilization we see one which is in a certain way
    • also understand, that in a certain way the tendency of civilization
    • certain stage; then only does his spiritual part really blossom
    • certain way in the peninsulas to the West. This un-productivity is
    • the way. Therefore it is only natural that, in a certain way, the
    • Romans are in certain respects more advanced than the Greeks, but
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    • impartially into the facts under consideration, it will certainly be
    • and so on may be affected because we belong to a certain race or
    • examples which are in certain respects clearer to us than the
    • forces streaming out from certain Beings; we may therefore say, in
    • into space in every direction. Certainly a man could not walk about
    • of the forces of certain Spirits of Motion, working inwards from
    • Nevertheless this would certainly not suffice to enable
    • was to alternate as does the light, which at certain times when
    • darkness sets in he no longer sees, then there would be certain times
    • and thus he can only hear it when he goes through a certain occult
    • rise to the astral world, certainly we do not at first perceive that
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    • You will also to a certain extent have the feeling that knowledge
    • was necessary for the following reasons: As soon as certain older
    • imagine that a certain sun-force, which streams towards us in the
    • which a certain activity is exercised from the Sun by the Elohim or
    • for a certain point. But what I have said about the different parts
    • certain Mystery Places, named the Atlantean Oracles, the guidance of
    • imaged in certain parts of the physical body, so that we may say, the
    • transformation there brought about, certainly expresses itself more
    • the Semitic people and its mission. In a certain deep occult sense
    • certain way to a real conclusion, to a dying away. The expression of
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    • own development? As regards certain spiritual Beings we can during
    • began, we are living in an age in which certain Archangels, certain
    • Thus we have a Spirit of the Age who in a certain
    • represented by this people with a certain abstract severity, with an
    • in certain respects already risen to the rank of a Spirit of Form, —
    • required certain guiding and directing Beings from the ranks of the
    • things, — difficult only for the reason that in certain
    • respects passion and jealousy may easily be aroused. Hence certain
    • certain training. The Spirit of the Age who was the Folk-spirit in
    • who, as we have heard, had in a certain respect risen to the rank of
    • of the Age who is in a certain way very much under the influence and
    • striving in a certain respect to raise himself up to spiritual
    • gradually developed, something which in a certain respect worked
    • had raised himself to a certain rank among the Spirits of Form. Now
    • development of this Archangel, who certainly had within him, in a
    • certain way, the tendency to rise to the rank of an Archai. But to
    • a definite way those tendencies should develop which in certain
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    • because — on account of certain preconceived ideas, (to, speak
    • certain longing, a certain desire, simply to compare the religions of
    • Indian people was already to a certain extent mature, when it had
    • was a certain clairvoyance, and man had to get away from this
    • familiar; they could in a certain respect understand them, and they
    • also had a certain consciousness of these Primal Forces or Spirits of
    • closed themselves to Western spiritual life. They will certainly
    • place, — whereas the Eastern souls passed beyond certain stages
    • certain degree of clairvoyance, really saw this. He could see Odin
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    • to a certain height within the human soul-power may exist for a long
    • set forth in the Old Testament. Only a certain consciousness of the
    • between India and Persia. There at a certain period it is expressed
    • course of his evolution man has seen the approach of certain powers
    • a certain cosmic being alternated between the blind Hœnir and the
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    • that in a certain respect it was just to the pre-Christian and
    • After the old Greek culture had to a certain extent
    • another in certain order. If we wish to obtain a survey over these
    • which, within certain limits, is capable of development; and the
    • everything which is to happen in the future, must in a certain way be
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    • of peoples have played at certain periods. Now not only the
    • may happen in the future is to a certain extent subject to the will
    • happened for centuries. Certain people have always profited by this
    • certainly not so great, for man was not then so entirely in
    • False Messiahs will certainly appear, and on account of the
    • educate the powers of man up to a certain height. Odin and Thor will
    • elemental nation-forces. But this will to a certain extent be put
    • what has to be attained is to a certain extent subject to man's
    • to all mankind, and must be given, can only spring up at a certain
    • the religious and mythological documents, let us ascertain what
    • Asa, whom we shall most certainly see before us, he will then become
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    • enigmatically, of the need to recognise and welcome certain beings, “not of the
    • today to certain great cosmic events with which we are already familiar from
    • proceed only up to a certain age in life. At the time of the death of Christ,
    • through birth. We shall, however, have evolved in a certain respect by that
    • realm which the shadowy human intellect is to a certain degree capable of
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    • view the consideration of certain misunderstandings, which are known to
    • certain lectures on spiritual science. These lectures were afterwards
    • for that which, in a certain way, was to enter the spiritual
    • science resembled certain older views of the universe which are not
    • science is in full accord with certain branches of natural science.
    • Only natural science does not know certain faculties in man, which are
    • man's acquiring certain abnormal faculties, and the natural scientist
    • system is prepared and stimulated in a certain way, or that it results
    • with a certain manner of making life easier — I would even say,
    • certain, special discipline. I cannot in this short sketch enter into
    • when the logic that bears sway in man, is treated in a certain way, the
    • certain way. The methods by which the will is so treated that we learn
    • real essence it remains unknown. But by using certain exercises, the
    • whole, becomes split up into certain principles of which it is
    • methods of calculating certain events which will happen in the future.
    • corresponding factors in order to calculate when a certain conjunction
    • Now certain things must
    • one is put into a hypnotic state or a so-called trance, as certain
    • for in that case the person would certainly not be unhealthy or
    • ordinary life in a certain sense as abnormal faculties have any special
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    • Mysteries that were celebrated in certain parts of Asia long before
    • of the faculty of instinctive clairvoyance. In certain states of
    • certain seasons to make an offering of these thoughts to the higher
    • season and in certain places he regarded as sacred, to establish
    • became ignorant for a certain time every year.
    • In a certain respect the ancient
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    • especially Greek sculpture work on us, we shall certainly feel that
    • certainly did not possess any of the qualities needed for the
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    • certain restrictions inevitably imposed upon us by cosmic laws, the
    • certain hidden arrogance which is abundantly in evidence here and
    • and foremost — this demolition is associated with a certain
    • materials, we again transfer certain spiritual beings into what is
    • In a certain respect such an attitude would be an
    • together again into a new creation, breathing into it a certain life,
    • artistic element. In this way we set over against certain Luciferic
    • observed from certain glaring symptoms in the procedures of ordinary
    • having discovered certain similarities between sayings and precepts
    • certain peak for all those people — and they are numerous among
    • subject will certainly be understood.
    • another. That is why it is so important to pay attention to certain
    • knows, for the water is certainly entirely new; it is flowing onwards
    • veut,” would certainly not have the effect upon the men of
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    • As students of anthroposophical Spiritual Science it will certainly
    • kind of thinking can explain certain phenomena of nature, it is
    • nowadays tries to interpret certain facts and events of history, he
    • heredity. Sons have inherited certain qualities and characteristics
    • friends, that I have no hesitation in speaking about certain results
    • must emphasize here that certain details which I have given on
    • correct statement but it applies only to a certain number of souls.
    • think of culture today. But there was a certain quality in these
    • civilized life in the East. Certain elements of the true Christian
    • certain warmth of feeling which pours out in all his utterances and
    • of certain facts and events of the spiritual worlds. Those faculties
    • fundamentally the same as that of a certain Professor who said:
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    • a certain relief in being able to say that he had never harboured any
    • As a rule both envy and falsehood have occult backgrounds. Certain
    • body. There is a certain law according to which qualities arising in
    • they take on delusive aspects and appear in the guise of certain
    • prove the truth of theosophical teachings. Let us observe a certain
    • characteristic: a certain timidity. There are people who cannot look
    • us in the face and it is possible to observe a certain relationship
    • weak constitution, we may take for granted that envy played a certain
    • will also fall a prey to certain pathological conditions of fear. The
    • certain result: a certain feeling of isolation will take hold of
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    • course, be ascertained with the aid of the ordinary science dealing
    • certain botanical facts in the medical sphere are, in many respects,
    • sources, when certain truths are transmitted which do not seem to be
    • which he does now. You see, each one of you, from a certain time of
    • post-Atlantean epoch, we must in a certain way learn to know the
    • bridge from the one to the other. Indeed, they have a certain
    • reluctance, a certain fear in doing this. Yet we should clearly
    • the general destinies of humanity? Oh, in a certain sense it is very
    • it is to set up certain truths contained in the threefold structure
    • exchange FOR MONEY, but secretly this still plays a certain role,
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    • to the extent that under certain conditions it might be possible
    • certain deepening, something arose which may be compared with
    • certain things in external life. In regard to external life man
    • can prophesy only in a very limited measure. But in a certain
    • at a certain moment the light will dawn, or a man crossing a
    • souls of certain people who have passed through an inner
    • must encounter in the present time, admonish us in a certain way
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    • that there are many who still cling to a certain piety, a piety which
    • has developed certain methods. It has established a certain
    • certain feeling of the worthlessness of human existence. We shall see
    • that is to a certain extent mere theory, although there are poets
    • earth has passed over, through a certain cosmic development, into its
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    • knowledge of the super-sensible. Certain preparatory inner experiences
    • accepts without question, maintaining even with a certain pride: it
    • we were in error on a certain matter, and to-day are no longer so,
    • body; he begins, so to say, to devour himself. Certain illnesses are
    • A certain clairvoyance will be found to enter into this
    • free of him with unbelievable force and certainty.
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    • certain sense — developed with them. Growing up in ordinary
    • of life brings us into contact with certain people and not with
    • certain after-effects of previous earth-lives, people are drawn
    • species. Why do animals of the same species live, within certain
    • order, the structure of which, though certainly derived more from
    • made their appearance. And only when certain sociological ideas are
    • certain drying up of the religious life must take place.
    • so by imposing certain dogmas and fixed principles, in the fifth
    • certain dogmatism strives after more power for the medical
    • this can flourish only in a particular aura, in a certain atmosphere.
    • certain direction, to the development of the consciousness soul.
    • so on.” — It is certainly out of the question that we
    • shall not have expert knowledge but when in certain cases the expert
    • it is still not possible to say very much, yet certain truths must be
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    • as the Ancient Indian epoch, certain individuals developed, in a manner
    • described. He carried out certain exercises of which I shall speak. These
    • remains for the most part an unconscious process. But during certain
    • part of a weaving cosmic life and this feeling expressed itself in certain
    • Another was by adopting certain positions of the body. One exercise was to
    • hold the arms outstretched for a long time; or he took up a certain
    • certain bodily postures. This developed in him a strong, subtle sense of
    • their differences by keeping his body for lengthy periods in certain
    • certain thought is recommended, people will embark upon it with
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    • earthly conditions; it is a time that can be ascertained only when man
    • Christianity, to some of those early mysteries which during a certain
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    • Course on Farming this condition will most certainly be fulfilled at
    • it not for the fact that in spite of all the modern science a certain
    • certainty. Even to-day one is astonished again and again to read the
    • observations he could see that certain periods of rain or of no rain
    • obtain, and a certain custom still prevailed. You had to fetch your
    • man (and to a certain extent it applies to animal life also), we
    • well-known that the pains of certain illnesses are intensified by
    • people of to-day are not so well aware. Certain illnesses and other
    • declare that certain illnesses show a seven day's fever period, one
    • may object: Why then, when certain outer phenomena appear, does not
    • whether we sow the seed in a certain relation to the rainfall and the
    • the seed? For in certain plants, what the full Moon has to do will
    • farmers' rules; they quoted a certain verse or proverb and knew what
    • that it is sometimes warmer, sometimes cooler. At certain times it
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    • only contains a certain life — a vegetative nature of its own
    • say to ourselves: Above the human diaphragm there are certain organs
    • certain condition of vitality, however delicate.
    • certain time before and after this period — and notably
    • summer-time it tends in a certain sense to die.
    • certain extent this is quite true. When the earthly protein is built
    • of its own accord, in the life of a certain district of the Earth,
    • certainly find them confirmed. This is the peculiar relation. If in
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    • — broken and crumbled, owing to certain processes which it has
    • certain degree it is fastened — even in annual plants —
    • ethereal, if it remained alone, could certainly not exist as such
    • nitrogen around us to be decreased. True, in a certain Sense it would
    • life bearing to have a certain bearing on our work as farmers.
    • your scholar will certainly not deem to be a learned man. There he
    • To a certain extent,
    • will feel this difference, as against a certain other substance.
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    • it is simply incapable of understanding certain matters even when they
    • at any rate in certain districts — Nature herself sees to it that
    • this, that a certain degree of livingness must be communicated
    • way that with its help the life is carried along certain fines of forces,
    • a way that something arises very similar to a certain process in the
    • why cows have horns, or why certain animals have antlers?
    • the contrary, that certain streams are carried a certain way outward.
    • There are valves, so to speak, whereby certain streams and currents
    • with the surrounding world, inasmuch as it sends certain of its currents
    • quick and nervous animal. In a certain respect, all animals possessing
    • assimilated by the organism up to a certain point. It gave occasion
    • and bury the horn a certain depth into the earth — say about 18
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    • by certain other things. Only in one case a substitute cannot be found,
    • too has a certain amount of sulphur in it, but in a different quantity,
    • replaced by something else, though it would certainly not be so good.
    • say, if ever it should be necessary in a certain sense to rid the soil
    • do no harm. For in a certain sense the nettle plants would liberate
    • undermine the iron as such, it would certainly undermine the influences
    • things. All this requires a certain amount of work, it is true —
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    • certainly does not take us very far into the essence of the matter.
    • The simple question is, how can we rid a certain field or area of what
    • the Moon — and, in the case of certain plants, through Mercury
    • to infect the field-mice with typhus. Certain bacilli, harmful only
    • it may not have been done quite thoroughly. But the effect will certainly
    • may begin to find your farming very tasty — like certain dishes
    • working down here below. This is the real phenomenon. Certain cosmic
    • only live within certain limits of existence. You try to live in an
    • or below zero. You cannot do it. You depend on a certain temperature.
    • The human race too would die out if it were not for certain conditions.
    • itself, it certainly applies to what we must do in counteracting it.
    • certainly attain what you need by burning the whole insect.
    • by and by grow faint — a faintness you will certainly find very
    • the physical through the ethereal. There is a certain normal condition.
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    • no progress in certain domains of our farm-work. Notably we must observe
    • around the plant-world during a certain reason of the year. Moreover,
    • are affected by the, owing to the modern conditions of life, of certain
    • kinds of birds from certain districts. Light must be thrown upon these
    • realm it is easiest of all for one to attain to a certain higher development.
    • if you acquire a certain sensitiveness to the diverse aromas that proceed
    • the free up yonder? The tree has a certain inner vitality or ethericity;
    • it has a certain intensity of life. Now the cambium damps down this
    • way throughout the whole plant-world. In every plant there is a certain
    • fast emerges here: Certain of these sub-terrestrial creatures (which,
    • certain soils — which you can easily tell — we ought to
    • is again a distant similarity between certain animals and the fully
    • guided by certain forces. What the wood does—not only for its
    • rich in forests long before man did anything—for in certain matters
    • take certain surfaces of wooded land away: In districts which are predestined
    • not trust myself to expound them with equal certainty.) The old instincts
    • have seen that forest and orchard, shrubbery and bush are in a certain
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    • activity of the digestion — a certain quantity of earthly matter
    • is capable of being led into the head and brain. A certain quantity
    • we have reason to believe could be increased, we shall certainly attain
    • certain things are known out of old tradition. People do not know why,
    • use something. In a certain direction it goes well, in another it does
    • treatment in addition. This condition is on the whole fulfilled in certain
    • carcinoma. Carcinoma, from the very outset, makes a certain region independent
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    • enclosed within his body, may in a certain way look back
    • things were felt and people said that a certain portion of
    • certain way man is still outside and takes in his prenatal
    • certain sense a complete human being, except that the other
    • in a certain sense we may say:
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    • certain impulses, certain forces which work in the souls of men and thence
    • inwardly, mystically, and with a certain rhythm into all that goes on in the
    • crimes, of which they were most certainly innocent — as can be proved
    • spaces of the cosmos, and it comes at certain times, from the far spaces of
    • to come. Only under certain quite definite conditions can one learn anything
    • it came about that in modern times, while certain individuals were inspired
    • Lemurian epoch. We find there a certain moment in evolution — it lies
    • in respect of certain forces, in the Post-Atlantean time, and arrived about
    • certain minds came upon such truths. For the fact that people went on such
    • as I have said, certain great minds were led by the inspiration that comes
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    • point Anthroposophy in a certain way shares the views of the
    • remarked that a muscle grows stronger if it does a certain work and
    • that the same applies to the forces of the soul. When certain
    • into real spiritual-scientific knowledge unless he has a certain
    • attention is turned away from everything else, and for a certain
    • lead to certain experiences coming from the unconscious spheres
    • which goes back to a certain moment in childhood, can be said to be
    • Perhaps you will also have heard of the terrible condition of certain
    • psychopathic people due to the fact that certain memories are blotted
    • can see this tableau in the same way in which certain people in
    • You know that recognised modern psychology does not go beyond certain
    • heat. But this heat can be freed, it is said, if certain conditions
    • to a certain direction of life. After the second dentition, the human
    • being no longer requires certain forces for the development of his
    • time, will find that after the second dentition certain soul-forces
    • this morphological way of thinking is practised for a certain time,
    • consciousness for a certain time; this can be achieved if we suppress
    • experiments, it is because in a certain way this sets our mind at
    • certainty that we are not floating in emptiness, that our
    • This can only be done if we develop certain moral qualities which we
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    • eliminated to a certain extent through judgment and reasoning but
    • befogged or confused, not paralyzed in a certain way. Both these
    • willingly to any delusion, had a certain eye condition, and he
    • through a certain inner cultivation, evolution, of his soul, can
    • in the soul a certain unsound logic, leads also to the development of
    • certain fogginess, a “stupor”, we could call it. One thus
    • interest in everything life offers, but especially a certain moral
    • training consists of an awakening of certain spiritual forces that
    • life becoming in a certain respect inwardly more active, more infused
    • certain moment in his development that another world enters his soul
    • certain power over our mental images. Any person is aware of this
    • power whose soul has been capable of eliminating certain mental
    • This intensification leads us under certain circumstances to consider
    • certain level of this development, actually to forsake everything in
    • will surely fall. This must in a certain way become an experience in
    • ordinary life if we have not struggled through to a certain courage,
    • Here it only need be mentioned that at a certain stage of
    • To what extent fear plays a certain role on entering the
    • lives in such a person a certain antipathy to confronting the abyss
    • measures at a certain spiritual vision. One can go through certain
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    • scientific certainty in the consciousness of present-day
    • certain that speaking about it in that way would not satisfy
    • ‘simple faith,’ it would certainly consider it was
    • is convinced that certain inter-relationships exist about which
    • they now lack certain forces that they failed to develop because of
    • faith.’ A causal connection there certainly is, today's
    • certainly say that this activated thinking ‘awakens’
    • certain peculiarity. We experience the world within this ordinary
    • — this mood is the striving for a new spirituality. I certainly
    • would certainly never lead over from Avenarius and Mach to
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    • and ponders over it to a certain extent within his soul.
    • seasons followed by profound instinct certain great laws regulating
    • certain forest trees remain what is called evergreen through winter.
    • evolves on the Earth. The laws of this consciousness are certainly
    • of plant consciousness, we must always speak of it as regards certain
    • As men we are not aware that there really is a certain
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    • We have seen how at a certain moment of evolution, a
    • regards the certainty of thinking has spread widely through all the
    • nation, race or colour; that a certain element of cramped thinking is
    • established as regards a certain realm, that of colour, tone and the
    • is in the world. Is this incorrect? Certainly it is not incorrect,
    • impressions of things, are called forth by our senses? Certainly it
    • to the thing in itself. It is not so much the case here that certain
    • have often communicated certain things to you from a celebrated
    • his soul by way of his senses. Certainly there is nothing very
    • — we shall certainly make progress.
    • to this, but we scientists at least can assert with all certainty,
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    • breathe in a certain way; you must enter into the rhythm of
    • life.’ These teachers instructed their pupils in certain
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    • the Son of Man. Just as in a certain sense men are the
    • a custom existed in his day he would certainly have
    • certain times, to listen to teachings even more secret. And
    • through them had proclaimed the Christ in a certain way to
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    • — has really been striving after for years. To a certain extent
    • decisive in many respects. In a certain sense, its function is to
    • take seriously certain things which cannot be grasped through the
    • you of the etheric body as a necessary instrument for a certain
    • certain extent), man is to receive this external spiritual world.
    • wanted to describe, from a certain point of view, the present
    • it has, at least, a certain inner surety of instinct and on this
    • renewing it in a certain way. We stand between these and are called
    • seriously. In certain fields there is much talk about this, that and
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    • fruitfulness. But then, if we reach a certain degree of
    • from the natural order, which according to a certain way of knowledge
    • sure, a certain expedient has been devised in order to bridge this chasm
    • established with an entirely different kind of certainty, with
    • the certainty of belief. Man looks within on that which shines in us
    • man must find within himself a certainty of belief. He must recognise
    • out of the Subjective that in a certain way his Being is connected
    • separation gives a certain comfort, a feeling of security in life.
    • arise with a certain inner justification out of the contemplation of
    • takes from him the certainty of a moral world order, and above all
    • belief, yet, even if one has already found a certainty of belief,
    • against the necessary exactions of science, certainty of belief can
    • Certainly, many men do not
    • it, this consciousness has a certain emptiness. If we reach this
    • certain extent one can create an idea for oneself, an empirical idea,
    • man can certainly penetrate into his own thinking. Then he
    • organisation. If it were not necessary out of a certain basis to
    • for this retardation and renewal, which is certainly a two-fold
    • soul. And as we survey this second element in man, it will certainly
    • process is certainly there. In that we bring our moral motives, in
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    • speak of certain facts which belong essentially to the ethical and moral
    • endowed with a certain elementary clairvoyance in the bodies
    • by certain actions, to moral impulses — all these are related
    • foreseen by a certain people, namely the Hebrews. They endeavoured to
    • receptive to their influences, a certain harmony could be established
    • acknowledging uncertainty. The Septuagint translates them as
    • certain is that on these objects were engraved the names of the
    • order to ascertain the will of God. (See among other biblical
    • discover whether a certain action was both good and wise, he made
    • that a certain harmony between morality and intellectuality was
    • Christ. Occult investigations show us to-day that in a certain
    • change in the personality becomes apparent at a certain point in his
    • certain age, his ego is taken out of his bodily sheaths and a
    • in the 17th century a certain individual proclaimed himself to be an
    • It is certainly true that
    • I am absolutely certain that the more closely you examine them, the
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    • the ethereal body. For, as we know, the ethereal body is in a certain
    • because he shows certain signs of nervousness. You will see that it
    • is a very good cure; he will gradually put aside certain so-called
    • begins to write. It will certainly be good to advise: ‘Take a
    • when you first taught children to write, you taught them a certain
    • a force we could certainly not apply if we denied the existence of
    • exercise may now be mentioned. With certain things we do — no
    • suppress certain actions or movements of your own free will.
    • a certain weakness of the will, but it is due to an insufficient
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    • Although Anthroposophy has certainly much to correct in present-day
    • necessary in order to provide a certain basis for what I shall have
    • himself. He can certainly say that he is at this or that distance
    • assigning to himself certain distances from this and that star, he
    • organised speech centre in a certain area of the brain, the so-called
    • might say: we place, in a certain way, the three dimensions of space
    • something permeating — to a certain extent — the outer
    • certainly attain to this and learn to know as his own construction the
    • certainly keep step with those who extend their calculations from
    • must turn back at a certain point, and the fourth dimension becomes
    • of the course of human evolution over a certain period — how it
    • mathematics inner certainty and exact observation, regarding
    • cognitive path led to a certain vivid world of ideas.
    • what is most certain: namely, mathematics, recognised as
    • certain to-day.
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    • very humble and one's own most severe critic. I certainly know that,
    • cosmos, we relate his chest formation — which certainly
    • being and, to a certain extent, mould all the rest around the
    • is, in a certain respect, a being of respiration. I indicated
    • for every single organ and system of organs is, in a certain sense,
    • finds he can maintain himself by sacrificing, in a certain sense,
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    • culture,” then it must certainly be admitted that but little of
    • into certain mysteries. Thereby he became estranged from the ordinary
    • his inner experiences with a certain emphasis, while a young person
    • these matters in concepts and they are then preserved in a certain
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    • with a certain inevitability this modern thinking leads men to
    • Certainly (he is told) a time will come when the earth will be one
    • between. But if we were now to mix these colours in a certain way
    • nature, we are looking in a certain sense at the spread-out colours
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    • what it meant to Paul — who to a certain extent had been
    • Death can only set in when certain salts, that is to say, certain
    • evolution and at the same time — in a certain sense —
    • fragments exist in certain secret societies whose members, at any
    • Christ to certain of His initiated pupils.
    • this lecture to place before you certain aspects of esoteric
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    • After a certain time the wolf has changed his old substance; this
    • This has a certain deeper
    • possessed in a certain sense a way of thinking which had a direct
    • born with certain deficiencies. If we are atheists, this implies to a
    • certain extent, that our bodies are ill. All atheists are physically
    • ill to a certain extent. If we do not find the Christ, this is
    • Afterwards I discover a certain likeness between them. I follow this
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    • soul-forces so that they could perceive certain things connected with
    • certain people are, I might say, predisposed by Karma to be natural
    • spiritual worlds, but we should learn a certain way of living and
    • attempting to convey through the heart's forces certain ideas on the
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    • but that it is only valid for a certain definite time, indeed, only
    • for a definite region of the earth. Thus, certain standpoints of
    • other hand, you may perhaps also know that for certain thinkers there
    • quite objective up to a certain degree), we might say, that the
    • at the foundation of the fact that certain Secret Schools
    • exist at the end of the 18th century — and even certain Secret
    • Nevertheless, this conceals a certain fact. In Saint-Martin's books
    • In a certain way, that
    • he will certainly not become a materialist, but will undoubtedly
    • the aversion which exists to-day through a certain love of ease, the
    • certain personalities of the present time who persuade men that they
    • materialistic. To-day, the more certain and also more refined way
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    • cities had, as well, a certain character about them.
    • people who stand for a certain thing say about it, but what
    • population which has an interest in preserving certain forms
    • form of words, certainly nothing real. If one talks about the
    • they certainly do not believe in the reality of any sort of
    • me, there certainly seems nothing remarkably interesting
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    • he now indicates is indeed, under certain conditions, the
    • doubt a certain kind of knowledge is also attainable
    • to certain secrets of existence. We find the same woman again
    • Olaf Asteson, still in a certain sense she underwent in sleep
  • Title: Lecture: The Shaping of the Human Form out of Cosmic and Earthly Forces
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    • which, after certain metamorphoses, will underlie the
    • certainly say that the particular formation of his head is a
    • the Sun-evolution is certainly rather remote from our study
    • for this is to a certain extent repeated in the interaction
    • certain secrets concerning the formation of the human
    • Because of this the light is modified in a certain way
    • certain of those gifts bestowed upon him which depend upon
    • for their full development, though this is certainly not so
    • develop a different one — certainly an enviable lot for
    • a certain connection with them in earthly life itself.
    • Someone, for; example, may say: One man has a certain
    • the truths of mathematics. These are certainly evident though
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    • in the outer world, was wont to be symbolised. Certain it is
    • of the world and way of thinking, will certainly be the
    • become aware at certain times of the connection with the
    • In a certain
    • when they take their own places in the macrocosm? Certainly,
    • during certain periods of the Middle Ages at the approach of
    • Impulse that was a reality for the souls of a certain epoch
    • could become for us a living experience. True, in a certain
    • look towards something that shines with the same certainty as
    • great a certainty there stands before our souls the
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    • Buddhist influence in one who was in a certain sense a disciple of
    • to-day man knows with certainty that his blood is composed of
    • his whole organism is built up materially. With equal certainty,
    • certain phenomena in human history, of which external facts also
    • arose a sense of loss, and a certain indifference to their material
    • to a certain level, rose once more and again sank, rose, sank —
    • this inner man because humanity took part in a certain event in the
    • certain amount of resignation is demanded here, but not the
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    • revealed in the fact that people start from certain theories: this or
    • usefulness. Certain domains of life must be dealt with by specialists
    • certain impressions which have been made on the soul of the human
    • physical disease. In certain cases of mental trouble we must often
    • in certain cases of physical diseases, we must study the Spiritual
    • be a certain justification for this when they listen to speeches of
    • one possesses certain qualities and the other quite different
    • The fact that certain
    • — for I can only indicate certain examples — Spiritual
    • than refer to a certain principle, but it is nevertheless a
    • Certain epidemics
    • to epidemic diseases. Certain things take place in
    • “Aye” with a certain understanding and not because of the
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    • in recent lectures how certain functions or activities of the human
    • equilibrium in the spiritual worlds. And this, man loses in a certain
    • fact that something or other in our body has a certain plastic form.
    • to earthly conditions, is reversed in a certain sense when we pass
    • musical instrument for our soul to use. You will certainly have the
    • detailed examples. Take for instance, in certain dialects of Middle
    • in a certain octave. But when we reach the spiritual world, we do not
    • piece of ground, and on it stands a man. The ground is most certainly
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    • in which man not only knew with certainty that a soul was weaving and
    • pre-earthly existence and hence with equal certainty that they would
    • From the Mystery of Golgotha flowed the certainty that if man is
    • the Mystery of Golgotha, in the certainty that Christ had descended
    • they feel it subconsciously and with a certain emphasis in their
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    • and that time when a certain physicist prepared a frog's leg which
    • lack consciousness in certain things.
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    • certain passages to you yesterday from the beginning of the Book of Jeû.
    • to a certain extent, the capacity to understand our writings, the
    • gradual darkening and disappearance of a certain view and way of
    • years ago, in a certain part of the Middle East, a man named Jesus
    • resurrection. I once pointed this out in a certain city at a meeting
    • in the Easter Mystery — arose from that grave. A certain
    • Gospels, but they do not interpret certain passages in the Gospels,
    • more noble than Socrates, certainly, but here they go no further.
    • certain Gospel passages, that it is impossible to view the one who
    • because here they say, “Throughout the Gospels, certainly, we
    • Certainly, we must
    • and not view ourselves too certainly as the shepherds. We must
    • discrimination. On the other hand, those who still have a certain
    • securing salvation by practicing certain rites. The latter book is
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    • a certain inherent difficulty for our human power of knowledge and
    • not really so. The fact is, at this point there are certain
    • left and right into a certain mutual relation. By the contact of the
    • has a certain thickness. But an actual plane, though it is in
    • will certainly not patiently receive the sting. Quite apart
    • feels Judas in a certain way. He feels him more where Judas
    • also in a certain sense for the plant world, and for all things that
  • Title: Lecture: What Has Geology to Say About the Origin of the World?
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    • come to the conclusion that a certain relationship must be presumed
    • instance, one observes how certain layers are still being formed
    • of such a layer a certain measurement is obtained by which it can be
    • certain degree of cooling down had already taken place (for geology
    • himself with geology, a certain dispute was raging about the origin
    • possibility arose for certain new forms to develop, capable of
    • animal organism. There we see, how a man lives to a certain age, how he
    • no other way than by assuming that certain forces of a purely
    • being formed, of certain forces piling up earth-massifs and thus
    • certain subsidences causing the waters to be drained off in one
    • have sunk hundreds, yes, in certain cases, many thousands of feet,
    • the geologists everywhere get to a certain point — and then put
  • Title: Lecture: Thinking and Willing as Two Poles of the Human Soul-Life
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    • lecture to-day will contain certain truths which will
    • certain will element prevails, at any rate inwardly. On the other
    • there; it takes certain presuppositions for granted. Thinking
    • thinking also is in a certain sense meditative or reflective.
    • the first weeks of his life and you will certainly say: The child has
    • can certainly take for granted that thought has its own place within each
    • a certain sense this is absolutely true to-day in the case of the large
    • is contained in our own inner being there is a certain
    • pictures, so that in a certain sense our life is one continuous
    • therefore, that what arises out of desire is also in a certain sense
    • certain relation will therefore be found to exist between thinking,
    • reckon out when certain occurrences, such as a solar or lunar
    • waking state he develops logical thinking — up to a certain
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    • certain intimacy; and just as little as it would be possible to give
    • certain districts this has certainly taken place, though nothing but
    • awaits us in this respect. For it is certain, if we are ever in a
    • membership to-day? Certainly not by saying that there must be a
    • movement. But for this, goodwill is certainly necessary —
    • obliged to say, that the other side is not acquainted with certain
    • to the most modern times. Hence in a certain respect there is a sort
    • somebody, ‘He a sluggard? I am certain that he is a chemist,
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    • of the Threshold Who conceals it from him. And it requires a certain
    • firmness and certainty.
    • time ceases. This feeling is certainly not pleasant. Imagine that
    • and have laid certain stress upon it, that we cannot say of it:
    • impressive in certain imaginations, for it can lead us further and
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    • this is quite correct within certain limits) as a heavenly body whose
    • will accept nothing unproved.’ Certainly we should not accept
    • it dawns on the soul that what has been described may in a certain
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    • to appeal to certain conditions in our soul-life, conditions by no
    • strength of the impulse of the will. But only in a certain degree is
    • in the world. Certain deeds that man may do — particularly such
    • deeds certainly does depend upon the strength of our impulses of
    • but far more a certain resignation, a renouncing. Take the very
    • attain certain results by controlling our wishes and desires, and
    • driving him constantly down from a certain height into lower parts of
    • about by this renunciation of the sacrifice on the part of certain of
    • certain conditions which then came about. Just as we saw, on looking
    • into our soul, that in it certain effects were produced through the
    • that eternity and immortality were acquired by certain divine
    • we have also seen certain conditions wresting themselves free from it
    • book Occult Science which must in certain respects still be
    • certain Beings of that which they receive from other Beings. It might
    • after all a certain difference between the conditions which would
    • to arise; in that certain beings attracted to themselves the
    • at a certain stage of evolution, we have just become acquainted,
    • would, through a certain position in the cosmos which has the same
    • fact that certain powers place themselves in opposition to the
    • must say: The future of mankind will certainly find the possibility,
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    • recognised the bestowing virtue of certain Spiritual Beings. And we
    • such a way that we picture certain Beings desirous of offering the
    • — everyone knows it — as uncertainty and at the same time
    • tormenting nature of this mood with which is connected a certain
    • certain conditions in our own Soul, if we wish to feel, to sense the
    • sacrifice its own will, passes in a certain sense, into the being of
    • certain respect have been condemned to a one-sided development, to
    • compare with the present feelings of longing. We can in a certain
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    • words: all philosophy, and all striving for a certain kind of human
    • wonder’ unless he can in a certain way make claim to explain it
    • willingness of certain Beings to sacrifice, and their sacrifices
    • fact that during that period sacrifice was to be offered by certain
    • developed in certain Beings — in the Beings of the rejected,
    • were still able to obtain a certain satisfaction.
    • thought that certain Beings are compelled to retain within them
    • ‘The exclusion of a certain number of Cosmic Beings from their
    • actual meaning, their great Cosmic purpose.’ Certain Beings
    • inner contents of certain Beings, contents which are shut out and not
    • the fluidic. For this too reflects a spiritual process, in a certain
    • ascertained that within the world of Maya there is that, which,
    • at the same time certain human capacities are also developing,
    • in the external world, and how up to a certain point it is perfectly
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    • We certainly
    • taking root deeply in a certain soil. People are taking it as
    • something which — well, because a certain number of
    • chaos will certainly not be reduced if — speaking
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    • childhood and up to a certain time of our youth, for only
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 3: The Search for a Perfect World
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    • perfection. He certainly did not cherish that illusion. But
    • had to start it up. This was certainly epoch-making! You will
    • come when a certain basic characteristic of the present time
    • though my family certainly do not come from there — and
    • knowledge about the physical world has a certain effect — let
    • another form and a different, inner certainty is needed. This
    • body. People certainly do come to lectures of this kind,
    • we shall certainly be able to meet them. This is very much a
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 4: The Elemental Spirits of Birth and Death
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    • has come for humanity to know certain truths concerning the
    • know certain entities, and above all things of a special
    • be made known to human beings under certain conditions. They
    • spirits who guide human evolution used certain elemental
    • certain elemental spirits give to the divine spirits on
    • with inner nature, certain elemental spirits were serving the
    • beings. Human beings gained control of certain divine powers
    • others, will of course seek to develop certain virtues.
    • certain secrets connected with the virtues remain hidden to
    • illustrate — is to use certain ideas. And to some
    • downward movement has given it a certain inertia, which it
    • society which is to serve certain ideals: You are now setting
    • the absolute certain truth grows in his own garden, even if
    • twentieth century have certainly taken root. We will continue
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    • It certainly is no longer the case where the earth is
    • that human beings should be produced on the basis of certain
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    • thoughts in the outside world are certainly not unrelated to
    • narrow-minded as people are today. Certain symbols taken from
    • can understand. In certain ages, particular thoughts just
    • Certain
    • took his inspiration from a nymph called Egeria in certain
    • with a certain superior humour.
    • not without interest to say this, because a certain cleric
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    • fifth post-Atlantean age. He certainly had an instinctive,
    • already mentioned, we are living at a time when certain
    • know with complete certainty if something we see weighs a
    • particularly in certain areas. Because it is based on maya,
    • ones on the scales. You would certainly demand real weights,
    • based on different things. Certain things can no longer be as
    • quite certain, that, generally speaking, people were afraid
    • be in touch with certain factors which belong to the world of
    • muster what has become of you — up to a certain point
    • brought me together in childhood and youth certainly are
    • in life one has to do the opposite. This is certainly
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    • are able to make comparisons certainly does not mean that we
    • can certainly be made; what matters, however, is what we are
    • certainly be compared to an organism. The political events on
    • put this more accurately in symbolic form. We may certainly
    • certain groups in the Anglo-American world, the war was
    • reference to certain events. These people proceeded in a very
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    • It is necessary to let certain fundamental
    • truths which we already know from certain points of view, but
    • came to a certain conclusion for the world of the spirit by
    • call Michael fought with certain ahrimanic powers. Please
    • followers against certain ahrimanic powers. A good way of
    • victory over certain ahrimanic powers.
    • regard to certain powers of perception. Before this, these
    • out from the Earth. As a result, certain Moon influences took
    • that everything connected with certain effects relating to
    • are quite clear about the fact that a certain danger
    • so on, to determine how certain animals live, or have lived,
    • certain periods. Scientists use these as a basis for their
    • which are taken as a matter of course today, such as certain
    • amateur and a fool. Certain moral and political aspirations
    • still be 2+2=4, but other things must certainly be revised.
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    • certainly plenty of societies with ideals at the beginning of
    • today. A certain group of people knew of the facts of which I
    • pursue certain aims which were in their own interests and to
    • work towards certain impulses. This was done quite
    • certain views and ideas which were taking root in people's
    • everything is governed by a law of causality; we've certainly
    • are certainly not human. They are angels, but they are
    • certain human diseases have their roots — I spoke of
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    • of education and training. Certain things always lag behind
    • Earth in a certain way has Sun currents passing through it;
    • each other) where under certain conditions the Moon current
    • told of how certain green-coloured crystals which dwell in
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    • preceding lectures, the occasion when certain spirits of
    • certain spiritual entities, which had been acting like rebels
    • were not independent, but inherited certain traits from their
    • whilst certain other spirits of darkness, which are related
    • censured this foolish inclination, for we must certainly take
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    • mirror-reflection develop in human souls of the aims certain
    • descend had certain impulses which, among other things, were
    • had certain impulses to follow the ancient human karma on
    • later. Certain groups, and they were far from small, sought
    • them.’ It certainly is not like this. The things that
    • significant intrusion of the spiritual world; they certainly
    • while human bodies will develop in such a way that certain
    • with a substance which it will certainly be possible to
    • books on the abnormalities of certain men of genius. As you
    • certain abnormalities. And the most astounding thing in this
    • but it is certainly true that anthroposophy throws a new and much
    • merely made use of by certain powers, but the majority of
    • certain sum total of cultural achievements which come from
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    • because, within certain limits, that was the time when the
    • point had come where certain retarded Angels made the attempt
    • direct human evolution in a certain way. This is as follows:
    • real importance to see certain things in their true light,
    • that, under the guidance of certain powers, a purely
    • certain substances certain processes will occur; combining
    • certain cloud combination which generates lightning; a
    • concocted for the nineteenth century are certainly not what
    • doubt have heard that certain people are over and over again
    • against another. Certain issues really must be raised.
    • organic development certain parts lose their original
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    • being has placed himself in a certain opposition to his guiding
    • faculty, began to develop. And so, in a certain way, what man
    • infected — in a certain sense rightly — with this
    • cage. Certainly there is no consciousness present in our civilized
    • way out of the sectarianism in which it certainly was caught up at
    • must return to the cultivation of a certain world consciousness so
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    • a certain extent, suffered this very fall of man. Modern
    • thinking, still possessing a certain amount of strength, was not allowed
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    • been gained of certain things indicated in occult writings though
    • alternation. A certain comparison is possible here with what
    • balancing accounts and be troublesome for certain business
    • again in a certain way in our own thinking, feeling and impulses of
    • how the ancient Egypto-Chaldean wisdom flashed up again in certain
    • work down from the planets; and because the planets describe certain
    • that the Sun or the Moon was standing in a certain relationship to this
    • constellation, enabling certain forces to work in a definite way.
    • difficult concept to grasp but the reality of certain facts can be
    • Beings. We have in these pictures a renewal of certain knowledge that
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    • print. It should also be remembered that certain premises were taken
    • plants from a certain standpoint.
    • outer materialistic concepts. After a certain point it no longer
    • certain mental image, for otherwise he will always succumb to error,
    • of tissue, on a path. If he examines this piece of tissue, in certain
    • might already suggest to us that, just as every stone has a certain
    • states of consciousness must be pictured as reversed in a certain
    • consciousness appear re versed in a certain way. Now, what does the
    • in something that calls forth an effect after a certain time.
    • scientists, is certainly wonderful, and it is most remarkable if it
    • especially by the sun being. Linnaeus pointed out that certain plants
    • fact that certain plants are able to open their blossoms only at very
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    • things of a certain event in earthly evolution — an
    • sense not yet Philistine; there was a certain grandeur and
    • behind certain things — at least, he thought
    • Following up the Labours in detail, he perceived that certain
    • — In antiquity there were certain persons, so-called
    • certain of the people, the myth, for example, of a Hercules
    • preserved as esoteric were the facts they knew about certain
    • only in a certain sense — as regards the teachings over
    • what we may describe — in a certain aspect — as a
    • tried to keep within the walls of certain Brotherhoods, whose
    • the Middle Ages, they endeavoured to withhold a certain
    • certain matters quite esoteric. The ‘esoteric’
    • nowadays would consist in certain psychological truths. In
    • the intellectual; to-day, as I said, it would be certain
    • from certain dark Brotherhoods, whose origin, you will
    • certain truths of physical science in the deepest secrecy. It
    • moment he did so, he gave occasion for certain Luciferic
    • are exposed all the more strongly to certain Ahrimanic
    • like; — in a word, because he possesses a certain range
    • use of machines; moreover, he applies a certain mechanical
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    • himself, in a certain sense, a pupil and successor of Jacob
    • materialism of Dupuis still had a certain greatness,
    • In a certain
    • the 19th century to develop a certain fund drive man more and
    • working of mankind, is subject to a certain law of historic
    • expresses a certain cosmic fact — a fact we cannot
    • spiritual organism has, in a certain sense, an ascending and
    • Certain impulses — we may describe them here as
    • Catholic Church has acquired a certain habit of speech
    • the dogma of the Immaculate Conception, you certainly will
    • these days, the ancient Wisdom only led up to a certain
    • our Time, yet great it can be; and in a certain sense, it
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    • always visible at once. , Thus, certain Mysteries (I am only
    • a customary art in certain Mysteries of olden time, to
    • in olden times not only certain places in the Heavens were
    • Taurus the neck, and so on. Thereby, man stands in a certain
    • according to certain hard-and-fast schemes. In the ancient
    • things like this. Certain sub-divisions in the Pyramids
    • calculated approximately — is a certain fraction of the
    • weight of the whole Earth. Certain measurements of the
    • those ancient Mysteries certain tales were invented merely in
    • respect, our time is indeed in a certain sense in the reverse
    • position, as compared with a certain epoch of the past. For
    • positive is most certainly connected with the negative
    • hand. For there exists a certain spirit which has preserved
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    • kindled in us when we encounter certain people in the physical
    • world, the fact that we feel induced to do certain things for
    • be permeated with certain nuances and expressions which
    • objection that the objectivity may suffer through a certain inner
    • premonition, but it is a certainty, a fact just as certain as the
    • accustomed to a certain feeling of certainty through the gradual
    • religious beliefs, for they were trained to accept that certainty
    • seeks to pave the way to this same kind of certainty. It can
    • arise? Through the fact that in your organism certain processes
    • remained behind which now summon up the picture. Certain
    • civilization shows us that up to a certain point it is possible
    • ventures to speak in a certain way of the conditions after death
    • of certain followers of spiritual science who sometimes rebuke
    • natural science out of a certain pride in their
    • Observe with a certain morphological-artistic sense how the lower
    • the certainty that even as an eternal being goes out of the
    • real and certain the results of causal natural-scientific
    • experiments. This gave them a feeling of certainty. And by
    • acquiring this certainty, they acquired a certain feeling in
    • same way in which physical things are studied. This certainty
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    • human evolution to a certain extent, we must say that the further
    • indeed, in a certain respect, an aesthetic feeling of reverence
    • Orient, a certain discipline of breathing was therefore connected
    • with a singing recitative form of uttering certain verses that
    • For a certain time
    • them nourishment for their souls. For a certain time, man passed
    • today (and from a certain standpoint this is justified) that
    • part of the human brain is paralyzed a certain portion of the
    • whole organization and nervous system, and a certain perfecting
    • certain religious feelings. Consequently, our moral life and our
    • religious feelings can, in a certain way, be deduced from a
    • produce certain effects in the universe. This is the opinion of
    • A certain number
    • to become a spiritual investigator, but certain people can become
    • spiritual investigators. To a certain extent, it is indeed
    • human being of former times, when he took up certain bodily
    • asserts itself in the eye. In certain parts of its organ, the eye
    • In certain moments of cognition, our body is then no longer
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    • doctor could ascertain that it was quite an insignificant
    • use the mediumistic power of a certain person, in order to enter
    • and to explain the far greater certainty constituting the
    • advancing fantastic notions; this certainty given by
    • certain undefined soul forces may be driven to a special climax
    • the future, it is able, under certain pathological conditions, to
    • fact that under certain pathological conditions of a lighter
    • thing is borne in mind; namely, that certain subconscious
    • “second sight” works, and that under certain abnormal
    • people prick their ears, because in a certain way this appeals to
    • of the human will, and explains that through certain exercises
    • the super-sensible worlds, must in a certain sphere become
    • the will only acquires a certain value when it passes over to
    • I certainly do not
    • indicates that in certain organs he discovers an inner state of
    • certain organs, thus producing certain effects in the soul, which
    • the case of St. Theresa and of St. John of the Cross, in certain
    • begins to exercise certain influences upon the human being. The
    • in a certain way, still follow the moment in which sleep takes
    • leave the body, we obtain at the same time an objective certainty
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    • lived for centuries, and they can only look with a certain
    • world with a certain feeling of longing and of sorrow, as if the
    • perceive that something tragic weighs on it (although a certain
    • which was such an intense reality in the Orient for a certain
    • the world St. Paul gained certainty in regard to the
    • divine-spiritual life, and this certainty sprang out of
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    • studies we know that we discover certain senses only when we
    • certain impressions from outside. How matters really stand in
    • certain depth and in these holes — for example in mines
    • or touch. In a certain way this is the case, but in ordinary life
    • the Ego and the astral body become to a certain extent
    • in the earth is always based on a certain pathological
    • to the past, but also in connection with certain events which do
    • I only wished to indicate that through certain pathological
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    • a certain sense make it our own. But insofar as it stands before
    • lectures, to times when people still had a certain instinctive
    • since that time, we come across certain definite ideas on the
    • say that he was able to survey a certain line of development; he
    • certain danger. It cannot quite penetrate into the mere world of
    • the world and, in a certain respect, also the end of the world
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    • epoch. And you also know, from certain soul characteristics of
    • a certain inclination towards the intellectual life which existed
    • certain ingredients, they never connected this with the idea of
    • deeply moving to read Nietzsche's description of how at a certain
    • furious when they hear that a certain direction, coming from many
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    • in later times and for centuries became a custom in certain Christian
    • about that (as was shown at certain times) when Adam, the man of sin,
    • here touch a certain mystery of Spiritual Science that will become
    • implies that as regards our Ego we remain in a certain respect behind
    • and humanity can only become conscious of it because at a certain
    • our hearts. These plays were there in manuscript in certain families
    • called a holy life. And thus a feeling prevailed that a certain moral
    • customary to recite certain parts in the dialect used in the
    • World-War. Now a book by Ernst Haeckel certainly springs from a
    • deep love of truth, certainly the deepest truth is sought for in it.
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    • later times and was a custom in certain Christian regions over many
    • in certain periods of time): when Adam, the sinful man was buried,
    • birth. As has been said, we touch here on a certain mystery of
    • conscious of this fact because at a certain time the Christ
    • remained in the hands of certain families in the villages and were
    • people were aware that a certain moral mood of the soul had to be
    • approached with a certain kind of sacred modesty, with great
    • child in a manger. Certainly earlier, when they were not permitted
    • development. Although in certain regions and during certain periods
    • is certainly one that proceeds from the most serious search for truth.
    • thoughts that obtrude upon people so painfully. Certainly he always
    • able to remain children in a certain way; even when they die, they
    • Certainly people
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    • infinitely long period of time. It is true that certain modern
    • consciousness in ancient times was bound up with certain dream
    • realise that his mission was to communicate a certain conception of
    • would make the ascent must to a certain extent develop both kinds of
    • time have a certain feeling for the Spiritual behind the physical
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    • order to explain the culture of later Egyptian times of which certain
    • A certain very significant incident has been
    • of the cat and so forth. Certain animals were even recognised as
    • certain sense, to re-establish the dominion of a life, which,
    • of certain occurrences in the Heavens. This is not the case. Rather
    • certain sadness to the Osiris-origin of man, but at the same time
    • would behold a certain constellation. The ancient Egyptians had a
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    • At a certain
    • for a certain length of time, after which an opening appears in some
    • No egg can thrive without a certain amount of humidity in which salt is
    • mist to seep in, as mist always possesses a certain amount of saline
    • however, always requires moisture containing a certain amount of salt.
    • sense organs. Such things are made evident in the case of certain
    • take its silk you can certainly say: This is spun light! Earthly matter
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    • like to speak of how man's life on earth is in a certain sense a reverse
    • is certainly not the essential part of his activity; the essential part
    • same with thinking. In essence, thinking is certainly not a
    • beings within us and begin to perceive ourselves. Certainly it is as if
    • this state of sleep from a certain aspect last time I was here. I now
    • elementary. The child has a certain memory, but it becomes an
    • and physiological science will certainly follow suit, for these things
    • a certain deepening of our forces of knowledge there is revealed to us
    • certain aspect you may have a picture of how man is connected with the
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    • In speaking of the life of the soul, a certain expression in common use
    • however, we are on uncertain ground; and the fact is, no serious and
    • individual beings of soul-and-spirit. The soul comes into a certain
    • merely believed; it was for him a certainty; he experienced within
    • when someone has inherited a certain faculty from his parents, he is
    • time knew that certain experiences they had in their soul did not come
    • the connection between day and night. Night brings, at a certain stage
    • a condition which is certainly dull, but which yet admits of their
    • stretch a piece of elastic, it goes a certain distance and then springs
    • to a certain point and then are obliged to return. The point is reached
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    • generation, when certain complicated chemical and physical
    • and knowledge are acquainted with certain scientific views. Such
    • conceive that certain animals lose their eye sight when they
    • on a very uncertain basis. That is correct. There are scientists
    • who accept certain ideas of Darwinism as incontestable truths,
    • is rather that there is a certain attitude, a certain way of
    • the day and certain large lines of thought, and that these are
    • certain large aspects of soul-life as their opponents have on
    • as being perfectly certain. To-day neither Haeckel's nor
    • not yet come to put forward certain thoughts on this or that point.
    • physical ones, does not bring it about — as it certainly
    • matter. Certainly, when it cannot be avoided, it is admitted
    • that the observation of certain psychic functions in the higher
    • succeed in teaching certain intelligent animals to count!
    • the colour of his hair, perhaps also certain qualities of
    • upon an uncertain sphere of knowledge. Let them hear what the
    • certainty into the study of animal and plant evolution,
    • effects changes in certain beings and these changes also appear
    • so very great. Therefore certain conditions of life, into which
    • order to understand certain animal forms, the scientist refers
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    • become a more uncertain one.
    • into consideration there. It is also found in certain of the
    • forming a new plant. One can therefore say quite certainly of
    • so. There are certain plants which endure, which blossom
    • thrusting certain parts of themselves into the realm of the
    • point of view, we must certainly bear in mind something of
    • account here is certainly very little recognised to-day, for
    • that a new living organism of a certain kind can only
    • grandparents and so on, and a certain kernel which he who
    • are planned. Certainly many will say: “Has, then, a
    • originate from the Spiritual, will certainly make its mark in
    • being at birth, it appears to a certain extent in a. two-fold
    • to a certain age, but only showed itself later as a feeling
    • at a certain maturity and has the opportunity of taking up
    • certain things in the tree change into dead lifeless
    • forces as are the fruits of our past life! We certainly can
    • remembers up to a certain point of his childhood, then memory
    • will quite certainly not burn any one; but the
    • certainly there is. This lies in that inner soul-life of
    • certain inner renunciation, ideas which are not such as those
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    • imperfect and the lowest of these. From a certain aspects,
    • Particularly in certain parts of the frontal brain —
    • appears to us endowed with a certain degree of heat. Heat is
    • have certain instincts, and which is the bearer of these
    • is, in a certain sense, only a half-truth. We must transform
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    • certainly judge it from his own standpoint, as the fantasy or
    • speaks. With a certain premonition this boy-soul builds an
    • towards which we gaze with uncertain feelings and which shuts
    • letter: "This much is certain, the old artists possessed a
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    • friends who to-day are alone in a certain sense. It also goes
    • Pagan divine forces. There is a certain power in this
    • picture — all that should be contained in a certain
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    • be, in a certain sense, given to this of Spiritual Science in
    • former is truly the origin of certain currents. For
    • earlier, men possessed a certain clairvoyance and that the
    • owing to certain historical necessities, arose during the
    • reason, that it was wrong not to strive to ascertain the
    • he was able to do because, in a certain sense, his mind was
    • of. This it was which was so obnoxious to certain types of
    • said: — “When we see a colour, it makes a certain
    • all creation, specially in beings possessing a certain
    • things most certainly illuminated the soul of Giordano Bruno,
    • Nature. In a certain sense, the spirit which had come down
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    • testament. The composition of certain important passages of
    • which overstepped certain limits could only end in chaos. We
    • may trace a certain connection between the frame of mind
    • carried on in certain branches of mathematics during the
    • theory of energy, or energetics. In a certain respect this
    • to certain facts which have come to light by degrees,
    • discuss certain characteristics of our own time and of
    • written when I was a little boy, by a certain Heinrich
    • a standard, by the aid of which certain facts relating to the
    • persons (certainly the very unprogressive) who relate the
    • discoveries. In the books of a certain naturalist they would
    • certain psychologists who are incapable of finding the way to
    • unprogressive minds certainly refused to recognise him as an
    • It should also be experienced as a certainty that the
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    • certainly necessary in every sphere of thought and life to
    • be convinced to a certain degree by what is brought forward
    • of uncertainty regarding truth, but also to an investigation
    • path to the end, however, i.e. till he attains certainty in
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    • nature of human life is due. In describing certain human
    • living in a time which is slowly undergoing a certain transformation.
    • human activity. A man who has been placed at a certain post in
    • suffering from a certain weariness of life, a morbid
    • also working in the man's subconsciousness certain
    • finds a certain manure, with which the field was manured. He says,
    • find certain peculiarities emerging, which distinguish
    • this period of life especially. Certain things, we shall
    • can observe it deeply and accurately. Certain inner
    • to have shorter or longer fingers, or to tread in a certain way
    • this. For by our Karma we place ourselves into a certain
    • family, belonging to a certain nation and so forth. Thus we get
    • place ourselves, in that we enter a certain family. This already
    • more into a certain family, a certain situation or set of
    • hand what strives to maintain him in a certain situation, and
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    • us here especially. In a certain sense we are all of us a
    • arise. Nowadays one may often make a certain observation,
    • here as an example of certain things which we will now
    • reached a certain age was indeed not without importance;
    • for if he had, a certain trait in his character would have been
    • have told you how they are wont, in certain schools of
    • the living flesh of animals. Certain qualities of the
    • in the present time certain beginnings have decidedly been made
    • Certain beginnings, as I said, have indeed been made, towards a
    • after a certain system. If we calculate certain relationships
    • man of genius. He builds a certain bridge. Once more, it is
    • discover these significant complications of life. In a certain
    • drink. So was the critic, but only to a certain extent. His
    • in a conversation: On a certain night at two o'clock the
    • judge is afterwards able to ascertain, — at the
    • This symptomatic study, certain occult societies of our time
    • ancient institutions, certain brotherhoods which call
    • certain societies of our time and the events of public
    • life; when the threads are revealed which pass from certain
    • — nay, in certain respects quite impossible, to
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    • certain matters directly related to practical life and to the outer
    • enters into the social order of life in a certain way. His
    • wise: — Children, they say, inherit certain
    • place which I have so often described in outline in a certain
    • must remember, in a certain sense everything in the world is
    • certain conditions can be determined if we are able rightly to
    • in a certain way, we make him unhappy if we advise him to
    • this perspective of Bourgeoisdom with a certain nonchalance,
    • confirm them by the facts? Our age is assuming a certain
    • preserving certain secrets of existence. But they preserve them
    • certain quarters, than the possibility that a number of people
    • Spiritual Science gives us certain ideas and concepts as
    • one can find certain concepts wherewith to ‘have on
    • possible to form concepts in a certain manner. If only people
    • to ‘have on toast’ people who feel a certain need to satisfy
    • certain people to throw sand in other people's eyes. Such and
    • certain statements are then added. The origin lies in some
    • occult association which wishes to attain a certain
    • a certain fear and horror when from the European East to
    • moreover, there was a certain necessity for a kind of
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    • harmony among men on Earth. Hence in a certain sense they
    • certain seed within it, namely this: They speak of ‘the one
    • in a certain sense benumbs his soul; and this benumbing
    • not know why it is that certain things are handed down
    • secrets, even in the external sense. Certain traditions were
    • that in those olden times there could be certain words and
    • contained a certain sequence of sounds) when he pronounced it
    • certain people nowadays would fain describe them. They are very
    • dwell on certain characteristic features. We must learn
    • this end, however, we must first bring before our souls certain
    • air had to be eliminated from certain spaces.
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    • can certainly say that a sensitive feeling will find in the way
    • evolution of modern humanity — certainly inspired by the
    • understanding, in reference to a certain aspect of human
    • has already been affirmed by certain spirits since the
    • understands these things may say to you that certain thoughts
    • give health, and the person who hears this may at a certain
    • existing actually at a certain time when it is our duty to act
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    • understand that the king in his dream attained a certain
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    • accept what I shall have to say with a certain amount of good-will,
    • certain degree of opposition.
    • at a certain stage of mystic or occult development one is called a
    • outlook. It follows then that a certain degree of maturity in
    • maxim will have a certain significance for the activity of mankind in
    • may be more prepared to acknowledge that certain members of man's
    • concentrated in a certain geographical area. It is difficult to
    • it. Just as the Sentient Soul stands in a certain relationship to the
    • has worked down into the physical body to a certain extent. Therefore
    • certain extent, at an intermediate stage of his existence. His ego
    • give heed to them. He would then see that there are certain entities,
    • etheric bodies, so there are beings who in a certain respect have
    • a certain number of epochs have elapsed, a Spirit of the Age has
    • pass from incarnation to incarnation; but we know for certain that,
    • this coming epoch certain aptitudes which had been implanted in
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    • also possess in a certain sense a physical body. They must be able to
    • aroma and aura associated with a certain region is, in the eyes of
    • be inwardly transformed, develops a certain inner light, a luminous
    • strange feature is that the etheric aura over a certain region
    • in a certain respect, a fusion of the emanations from the soil and
    • free agents, they are compelled at certain times to wander over the
    • in certain respects, but who are otherwise totally different from
    • deferred development. In accordance with this law certain Beings
    • behind and amongst them are also certain Spirits of Form or Powers.
    • Spirits of Form or Powers in terms of certain attributes, and by
    • virtue of certain attributes are able to exercise the powers that
    • superficial ideas they would certainly contact the Archangels. But
    • in the world. If certain Beings had not renounced their normal stage
    • certain respects man should feel deep affection for his native
    • remained behind with him and renounced certain attributes in order
    • and we must clearly realize that man could not have acquired certain
    • thus activate the forces of the physical body. If, at a certain
    • of a physical order are necessary in order to provide for certain
    • his influence in a certain direction, physical objects will
    • inner configuration of the brain and encourage a certain trend of
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    • however, certain things which he experiences in common with the
    • field of perception in which there are certain centres; these
    • the light of this information we may say that in certain respects a
    • certain respect the Archangel Being, the guiding Spirit of a nation,
    • can easily picture therefore a people in inhabiting a certain
    • that the plans of the Archangels are in certain respects frustrated.
    • in the Spirit of the Age, assumes for a certain time greater
    • certain attributes, that certain Spirits of Movement are today bound
    • Powers. In respect of certain attributes they are really Spirits of
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    • man it was also necessary that at certain epochs, certain Beings
    • in the man of today at a certain age.
    • certain capacities which they could otherwise have acquired up to the
    • certain extent the etheric forces emanating from the soil permeate
    • refer to certain regions of the Earth that are connected with the
    • a certain way we see that the evolution of civilizations is
    • Atlantean civilization is repeated to a certain extent in the
    • and also that, to a certain extent, the tendency of civilization is
    • are in certain respects more advanced than the Greeks, but they took
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    • clearer to us in certain respects than the folk characteristics of
    • below, from within the Earth; they emanate from certain Beings. Thus
    • and dark at certain times, then there would also be times when he
    • night and therefore he can only hear it if he undergoes a certain
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    • infinite wisdom inherent in a universe of relationships. To a certain
    • after certain older Spirits of Movement who possessed more potent
    • imagine that a certain Sun-force, which streams towards us in the
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    • development certain spiritual Beings advance to the next higher rank.
    • post-Atlantean evolution, we are living in an Age when certain
    • Archangels, certain Beings of the Hierarchy of the Archangeloi,
    • back into early Atlantean times. If we wish to ascertain when those
    • Time Spirit who, in a certain respect, appears in the mission of a
    • The monistic principle is reflected in this people by a certain
    • certain respects to the rank of the Spirits of Form — the
    • Golgotha, without the activity of certain guiding and directing
    • prejudice. Consequently certain mysteries pertaining to this
    • Germanic peoples had undergone a certain preparatory training. The
    • ancient Egypt, who as we have heard, had risen in a certain respect
    • certain way is very much subject to the influence and impulses of the
    • developed, working (in a certain respect) parallel with the Christian
    • advanced to a certain rank among the Spirits of Form. Now precisely
    • has for the further development of this Archangel who certainly has
    • which (in certain respects) have been overshadowed by the rising
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    • because — on account of certain intellectual assumptions which
    • certain extent very mature, when the had already undergone what the
    • certain natural clairvoyance which he had to overcome. This was
    • certain consciousness of these Primal Forces or Spirits of
    • certain stages of their psychic development until they awakened to
    • in the ambient winds. But those who still preserved a certain degree
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    • embodied in the Old Testament. Only a certain consciousness of the
    • and is strikingly illustrated at a certain moment in history. The
    • advent of certain powers which penetrated into his inner being and
    • world. His consciousness alternated just as a certain Cosmic Being
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    • in certain respects, the task, the mission of educating the ‘I’
    • the old Greek culture had to a certain extent reached its high point
    • Indian which, within certain limits, is capable of development, and
    • contingencies must to a certain extent be prepared beforehand, must
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    • played a significant role at certain periods. Now not only the mixture of
    • happen in the future is to a certain extent subject to man's
    • have always exploited this false materialism. Indeed certain
    • certain level. Odin and Thor will be visible again, but now in a new
    • man must to a certain extent have free choice in determining his goal
    • the future. We endeavour to ascertain what is to come. We do not rely
    • we shall certainly see realized in the future, then to use the words
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    • who in a certain way has to be sacrificed ever anew. And he
    • the course of bygone millennia certain elements of our intellectual
    • which rises to a certain
    • certain perfection in the future must make a beginning in all their
    • respects this results in a certain reserve, a certain restraint,
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    • views enable us to realise that the tradition, and to a certain
    • conditions of existence. Hence certain characteristics of the
    • The ether body contains all that I have referred to in certain
    • shown you today, certain different Eros-free forces in human nature
    • Christ will certainly not be in a physical body, but will come about
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    • certain scientific connotation. It is the word NATURE. When the word
    • strong passions, sympathies and antipathies, may in certain
    • lacking, just as it is in the case of certain physical substances.
    • occultist, he certainly gets at first a very unpleasant sensation ...
    • occult sign and acquire a certain feeling for the proportional
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    • Now it will certainly
    • outside, a divine figure with a certain affinity with human nature,
    • I shall have to refer to certain
    • right tempo can be maintained. Evolution needs a certain weight. The
    • that at that time they had reached a certain level of development.
    • certain Beings lagged behind? It was because they rejected the Christ
    • bodies, the Christ in a certain respect forms an exception, since He
    • certain circumstances even in time to come these Beings may incarnate
    • who however in a certain respect did not reach the goal of their Moon
    • inner connection between such a star and certain beings who inflame
    • admittedly be a certain longing and even a certain union with what as
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    • Greeks were certainly aware that in their own time the Beings of
    • herself certain motives which could be used upon the Earth. Hera
    • certain extent be overcome, that they can be released from the body.
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    • existence that is certainly not present in the super-sensible world.
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    • we have certainly seen how much of what we come to know today in quite
    • light is thrown upon them from several sides, and in a certain way
    • common sense within certain moulds, namely in those forms which in
    • In a certain way it
    • spiritual forms. In a certain way that is true today as it was in the
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    • the light which it affords upon certain pristine truths. Pictures,
    • undergone a certain preparation. The ordeal thus lies in the fact
    • that a man has to make great efforts to endure certain pieces of
    • knowledge, to meet calmly certain experiences. A soul-experience of
    • Faust merely shows that, having arrived at a certain scepticism, a
    • certain doubt, as to all knowledge, a man then has an inner urge to
    • certain indolence say: ‘What do I want with knowledge? The gods
    • developed up to a certain point. The time between Moon and Earth
    • pick out a certain number the purpose of which was to bring into
    • evolution, certain macrocosmic powers re-dissolve the substantiality
    • certain standpoint in the lectures which are about to be published
    • (In a certain way it does remain in the Akasha Chronicle, but it does
    • merely the thoughts of the others? Because of certain characteristics
    • In a certain sense
    • evolutions, up to a certain point of time only what I have just
    • these peripheral gods at a certain moment was in fact the Christ, who
    • things, resembles Him completely. Hence in a certain way we can speak
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    • these forces more closely. First we must pay attention to certain
    • trees, from a certain aspect quite correctly. The relationships which
    • point to certain creatures in our environment upon which the bull
    • course subject to certain forces coming from the Earth, but it is the
    • discovers certain fundamental secrets in the constitution of our
    • of the Mystery which had now been brought to a certain
    • ‘Aristotle was certainly very intelligent for a Greek, but
    • of etheric currents rising from the heart to the head was certainly
    • fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. We find a certain awareness of it
    • which are arrested by the brain have a certain power of attraction
    • Hitherto he has made a certain picture
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    • happens in the world, and about its Beings, man attains a certain
    • grow into world-reality knows that at a certain point in his life
    • feels itself empty in face of the real world. It certainly feels able
    • egotism; in either direction we come to what of itself can certainly
    • seems to show that Johannes Thomasius has already reached a certain
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    • a certain sense, when we cast our eyes back into antiquity, the Homeric
    • culture coincides in a certain sense with the founding of Christianity and
    • man. This clairvoyant perception was not attained as the result of certain
    • out certain regular cycles in the inner development of Raphael's soul.
    • whole of Italy was excited at that time about a certain palace that
    • and were living in a certain ennui and fatigue. What had been the fate
    • the sense of Savonarola or of others who thought like him, they certainly
    • had reached a certain eminence, it absorbs the Greek culture which streams
    • in an age which in a certain respect represents the
    • by leaps and bounds. Well and good, but the fact is that in a certain
    • result of a certain philosophical striving, we have in the “Dispute
    • we can understand the significance of certain words of his which express
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    • a certain Dr. Pfunge — a most interesting pamphlet. After rejecting
    • be certain influences — namely, influences which are as materialistic
    • connection existing between the trainer and the horse, which has a certain
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    • uncertain and dim from the historical point of view are the descriptions
    • us in a certain sense a task; directly we study them they present to
    • and passions of men, men who like Achilles are far removed in a certain
    • Agamemnon belonged. Thus he considers that there is a certain uniformity
    • make himself invisible, that he is invulnerable in a certain respect,
    • of the national epics. Certainly I am conscious that what I have to
    • a certain way — uniform human race distributed over the earth;
    • certainly in a more primitive but yet in a great and noble form
    • was a certain instinctive, direct certainty in man; he acted from direct
    • a short period of his evolution, from the spiritual world in a certain
    • us that in it we have not do with men of our present time, in a certain
    • own soul forces which govern within him. His soul is in a certain measure
    • can see that Brunnhilde also is in a certain way capable of working
    • be belong in a certain measure to the earthly element. In this way we
    • the etheric body. The soul so lives in the etheric body that it certainly
    • “They certainly
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    • of the cosmos. Certainly this damps down his own inner life, but at
    • so only if in a certain sense we are able to experience the dying
    • certainly must enter sensitively into the processes of fading
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    • watery element. Certainly this is much thinner than the water of the
    • of a complete skeleton. Certainly, the flea jumps, but in studying
    • though certainly somewhat enlarged.
    • Earth. And so, in a certain region above the Earth, a quite special
    • activity of the Sun extends right into us, downwards certainly in a
    • fact they do not; they have a certain lightness, adaptability,
    • just been describing no longer holds good to-day, for in a certain
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    • forces, certainly, work in so subtle a
    • achieved, up to a certain point. Otherwise, human beings could have
    • central point of our Goetheanum. Thus, in a certain sense, the Easter
    • would be, amid much else, a certain crowning of all that can flow
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    • however, lives in a certain sense as an
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    • which staggers one — to find that when out of a certain poetic
  • Title: Fifth Gospel (1950): Lecture I
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    • certainly be put into definite form. In a certain sense,
    • shall have, by way of introduction, to study certain matters
    • say, to begin with, that the time is certainly not very far
    • History will be presented quite differently. It is certain
    • sitting here are certainly aware. I need only remind you of the
    • life that in a certain domain is supreme. If we leave all else
    • achievement which, in a certain respect, has remained
    • certain period of history, we find a very highly developed
    • Christianity would certainly not have made its victorious
    • now let us think of men like Tertullian who with a certain
    • the Latin tongue; the very certainty of aim with which he
    • And if he can call upon a certain power of clairvoyance, this
    • certain assertions made by the theosophists Annie Besant and C.
    • nourished? It would certainly mean starvation if scientific
    • investigation carried out from a certain standpoint.
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    • certain inner reasons it seems necessary to speak of these
    • certain form of cosmic-spiritual life belonging to the
    • in mankind there reached a certain zenith. A vast store of
    • darkening of the sun and the earthquake, for certain
    • who He was. They knew with certainty that they had gone
    • mind, such a time will come. For this reason it is a certain
    • preparation. And although I have had to overcome a certain
    • my having been connected with certain Catholic influences.
    • Christ. Especially in this domain I think I have a certain
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    • according to the Fifth Gospel, necessitates the use of certain
    • certain things we need to know in order to perform some deed.
    • Apostles. And the Apostles, in a certain respect, had become
    • certain obstacles again due to the modern attitude of mind,
    • published, because it is written by a man with a certain
    • True, they were aware of a certain difference but the
    • of Nazareth ... in a certain respect it was a retrogressive
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    • John's Gospel afford me a certain consolation. As you know,
    • want to speak to-day of certain happenings in the life of Jesus
    • in the house made a certain impression upon him —
    • uncertainty, much that tended to error was contained in what
    • ben Hyrcanus upheld a certain doctrine and maintained in
    • for the Bath-Kol had greatly diminished in certain Rabbinic
    • that he discerned it with all certainty — that in times
    • perceptible in the Akasha Chronicle — a certain Asiatic
    • about, even in certain parts of Europe. It was a mixture of
    • Nazareth. And these experiences led up to a certain
    • a high degree of certainty but I cannot to-day indicate the
    • certainty, I must relate the scene. In the twenty-fourth year
    • heathen cult, a certain Deity was worshipped. But the people
    • laying the Foundation Stone of our building in Dornach. Certain
    • But just as it is the case that certain stages of higher
    • of life, so too, in a certain sense, did it happen to Jesus of
    • knowledge that is wisdom, but had in a certain sense become an
    • came to the knowledge of certain people who in those days had
    • secret cult and secret tenets at certain places in Palestine.
    • certain separation and aloofness from the rest of
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    • the end of his twenties. You will certainly have realised from
    • the case on a lesser scale, a certain inner sadness had
    • certainty that he bore the Zarathustra-soul within him, but the
    • a certain hold upon thee. Thou knowest only how the Spirit
    • themselves could distinguish Him but they most certainly
    • about it from the News Sheets. You are certainly aware of
    • allegation is made chiefly by certain devotees of
    • certain typical narratives were already current in the East in
    • certain circumstances is obliged to put on these clothes. Then
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    • having reached a certain completion.
    • bravery, we can use for it only a part of certain forces. We must use
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    • spirit, faculties that will provide conscious social certainties to
    • replace uncertain instincts.
    • raise the question (which is certainly justified from the
    • from the philosophical standpoint here expounded he certainly
    • unconsciously as yet, uncertainty about human freedom. It is
    • matters of knowledge suited to their time, by certain
    • certainly not true of the earliest periods, the ones whose
    • hear sounds; and similarly to obtaining a certain purity in the
    • certain brand of scholarship often mistakenly believes, people
    • experience all this from a certain elevation, we no longer know
    • they bring a man into a certain state of sensibility and make
    • ascetic path certain human experiences which did indeed bring
    • attitude of our age. Although the path of asceticism certainly
    • as satisfying certain needs of the soul. Only people are not
    • directly and by doing certain exercises through which we make
    • certain readily comprehended concepts at the centre of our
    • that of Patanjali. But as practised today, it certainly does
    • meditation, by concentrating on certain subjects of
    • present, we have certain habits that perhaps we did not have
    • mathematics is experienced inside us with immediate certainty:
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    • spirit, faculties that will provide conscious social certainties to
    • replace uncertain instincts.
    • element within him. It is precisely because he is certain of
    • to conclude (most people certainly don't do so
    • varied attempts have certainly been made to overcome this
    • saying to himself at a certain point: Why shouldn't this
    • certain exercises of an intellectual, emotional and moral kind
    • have already suggested how, as modern man, we manage by certain
    • but simply fantasy-mongers. This is something we must certainly
    • consciousness upon certain concepts that are readily
    • certain concepts, then unusual strength is required to banish
    • philosophical certainty, but direct perception. By training the
    • arises something that is a certainty, something that
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    • spirit, faculties that will provide conscious social certainties to
    • replace uncertain instincts.
    • development of humanity with a certain degree of consciousness,
    • days, rises to a certain spiritual vision. He develops his
    • is certainly a great disappointment to many who struggle to
    • gain a certain spiritual vision by modern methods to find that,
    • sense. He always has to make a certain effort to attain again
    • Here is something which, in my view, can remove certain
    • happen that doubts and uncertainties appear; it is
    • conquer these doubts and uncertainties again and again
    • lead directly to a certain historical view of humanity.
    • certainty into the spiritual world, without becoming
    • decades for certain kinds of knowledge. Again, it is
    • needed only to be extended to lead to a certain clairvoyance.
    • inventions; and then to put forward another kind of certainty
    • fact operate artistically at a certain level, so that they only
    • historical epoch remains present at a certain spot on the
    • certainly did survive an echo of the unity of religion
    • yearning for a balance of this kind is certainly present in the
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    • spirit, faculties that will provide conscious social certainties to
    • replace uncertain instincts.
    • developed, certainly with no less justification, but in a
    • senile, but certain of its features still work effectively in
    • antiquity, is subject to pressures from certain spheres, whence
    • certain right to interpret as “ideology” everything
    • experience spiritually. They certainly condition individual
    • Central Europe in relation to a certain aspect of spiritual
    • standpoint also was needed at a certain stage in human
    • have of each other they enter into certain relationships,
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    • spirit, faculties that will provide conscious social certainties to
    • replace uncertain instincts.
    • certain point in their consideration of the human cognitive
    • line at a certain point; and their approach to this point is
    • and since when man has a certain capacity it conditions his
    • himself; even so, it reveals something that has certain
    • certainly cannot be the right way. Mysticism seeks, by looking
    • However clear our consciousness is up to a certain point in a
    • the moment of realizing that, at a certain instant of higher
    • it represents the impact of certain vital processes on the
    • from certain spiritual processes in the cosmos. Once they have
    • to apprehending them. There is a longing to follow up certain
    • — a certain amount of practice is, of course, required
    • there are certain temperature variations, we gradually
    • is certainly unintelligible to present-day science. If we are
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    • spirit, faculties that will provide conscious social certainties to
    • replace uncertain instincts.
    • we here certainly cannot start from any of these ready-made
    • the view from the left. Thus, all the objections from a certain
    • can say, therefore: In certain subconscious regions of the
    • Thereby, however, a certain perspective on extremely
    • individual human being is subject to certain changes. The
    • into areas where the instincts have become uncertain. We thus
    • of the instincts, grown uncertain, with an
    • child's psyche, is quite certainly nothing intellectualized.
    • he “already understands.” The child certainly
    • men. Only through vital thinking, which re-approaches certain
    • certain gentleness, even, certainly nothing tempestuous,
    • would say, with a certain religious impulse. Not, indeed, with
    • large proletarian masses can best understand: with a certain
    • certain dryness of feeling and yet call forth, for all its
    • dryness, a certain enthusiasm. This because people felt: at
    • Certain theories in present-day philosophy have even
    • gained. Certainly, it is only by apprehending the spiritual in
    • aim is therefore certainly not to inculcate a philosophy in any
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    • spirit, faculties that will provide conscious social certainties to
    • replace uncertain instincts.
    • Pacific. His observation is certainly indicative of the
    • which has set the tone in certain respects for so long in
    • certain autocracy becomes apparent, a system of administration
    • Behind this English attitude there certainly lies something of
    • administration by the state:” a tendency for certain
    • point to a certain aspect of Marx as a historical
    • they had to ascertain from the spiritual worlds by means of the
    • divine and spiritual entities, and that by certain magical
    • is true that, in ancient Oriental civilization, certain select
    • us today. It was based on certain quite material activities of
    • metabolism with certain material essences of the outside
    • objects to affect us in a certain way, we shall be led to a
    • commandments. Even when, in certain Eastern civilizations, we
    • our time by certain circles was largely realized eight
    • certainly something here faintly reminiscent, I would say, of
    • certain intimate association between the spiritual and the
    • of land, on an arable economy. We thus observe a certain
    • certain commandments, transposed into legal terms but
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    • spirit, faculties that will provide conscious social certainties to
    • replace uncertain instincts.
    • organism one in which only members of a certain caste enjoy the
    • however, often really betray a certain philistinism, resting as
    • sphere, tragedy was certainly intended to make its contribution
    • certainly has an organic connection. Looking back once more at
    • conclusion: We have certainly managed to develop the feeling of
    • ailments. The teacher, I concluded, must certainly understand
    • Well, up to a certain point it would indeed be desirable if
    • how the work fits into social life as a whole. We can certainly
    • our social needs certainly spring from the self. People sense
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    • spirit, faculties that will provide conscious social certainties to
    • replace uncertain instincts.
    • them, either. Certainly, anyone who considers the society of
    • this reason, I evoked a certain amount of satisfaction,
    • certainly deserves full recognition. With the major problems of
    • projected certain subjective experiences, quite involuntarily,
    • there exists today a certain longing to regard man as a being
    • other evidence for the existence of a certain instinctive
    • of a certain appetite for the sensational, the man of today
    • I certainly believe that social influence of this kind must be
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    • spirit, faculties that will provide conscious social certainties to
    • replace uncertain instincts.
    • derive from certain dogmatic teachings and feelings about life.
    • upward development, it resulted in a certain satisfaction
    • certain development and have been led to find, in the stillness
    • for concepts of natural law. At that time, certain
    • intellectualism, a certain sterility had invaded the spiritual
    • only say: This economic pattern certainly results from factors
    • various economic associations during the period when certain
    • lives a certain formalized element of social thinking.
    • sphere, however, is extended at certain periods to the whole of
    • — in the age of planning. There is certainly no shortage
    • establish legal relations with one another, based on certain
    • activities is money. When I have a certain sum in my pocket,
    • certain to arise, I have no doubt of that. To anyone who
    • that certain forces of decline are released within each of
    • arguments do evoke a certain scepticism. In consequence,
  • Title: Lecture: Pythic, Prophetic and Spiritual-Scientific Clairvoyance
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    • of it can appear in certain individuals. But the stages of human existence
    • can also conceive to a certain extent how you bite this morsel; but
    • self-enjoyment. This is why in a certain sense it produces a higher
    • in fact these have even been developed to a certain high degree in this
    • be reached to a certain degree, and just as a pendulum can only rise
    • to a certain point and must then return, so mere physical enjoyment
    • must recede when it has reached a certain point. It will then come to
    • with certain memories: the Pythic clairvoyance, because, it
    • As explained, a certain
    • that just because a certain stress must be worked out within such societies,
    • within such societies. Nevertheless a certain bitter feeling is evoked
    • society would have no meaning) develop a certain brotherliness and unity
    • — when, with this closer contact, certain qualities which exist
    • he understands anthroposophy with especial depth, yet reveals certain
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    • certain individuals. However, the stages of human existence that we
    • morsel of food on a fork; you can also conceive to a certain extent
    • This is why in a certain sense it produces a higher bliss in people
    • been developed to a certain high degree in this materialistic age.
    • progress in cycles, for everything can only be reached to a certain
    • degree, and just as a pendulum can only rise to a certain point and
    • has reached a certain point. It will then come to pass that when
    • in accord with certain memories, the Pythic
    • As explained, a certain consciousness
    • because a certain stress must be worked out within such societies,
    • within such societies. Nevertheless a certain bitter feeling is
    • (otherwise the society would have no meaning) develop a certain
    • certain qualities that exist but fleetingly outside are developed
    • understands anthroposophy with especial depth, yet reveals certain
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    • certain historical, and also a few objective facts; and to-day
    • revelation of certain historical personalities, we shall
    • always uttered, and correctly, a certain saying. It is this:
    • recall certain thoughts of St. Augustine because, as you will
    • correctly), by uniting certain old pre-Christian basic concepts
    • all, it unites certain ideas which can only be understood when
    • Augustine came to acquire that Certainty, the true Certainty
    • Everything else may be uncertain. Whether the things which
    • offer no unconditional certainty, can give no unconditioned
    • is the truth; that is certain. That firm basis for the
    • particular point of time in human evolution acquires certain
    • the person who has to utter them at a certain period of time in
    • assumes uncertainty as to the truths of all external
    • revelations, and true certainty only in the experience of what
    • has a certain courage. One would not perhaps need to mention so
    • find true certainty as regards what you yourself experience in
    • the courage to admit that this true Certainty concerning
    • Reality in its utterances that true Certainty, which is held by
    • hand, it requires courage to admit that true certainty only
    • inwardly. Certainly such things are said, even in our times,
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    • certain pain over the fact that the clothes we have on have
    • this. In a certain way everything that is to come about in the
    • say this with the same objective certainty with which the
    • work applies. One has to know this. Certain people who are used
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    • With this hasty survey, certainly inexact, we come to modern
    • terms. Certainly humanity was always aware that monumental art
    • Thus we see how edifices arose — for certain reasons I do
    • certain greatness, because it has wonderfully studied old forms
    • Dornach hill with certain essentials in our cultural movement.
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    • of it at a time when it still had a certain freshness. He describes
    • model. And it is certain the table-cloth with its creases, its
    • of approximation to an uncertain, old-fashioned costume. It would
    • if you did, be certain that he may indeed take you across, but not
    • the huge Giant at a certain place. He has no strength in him, but
    • in and giving out, how certain powers are personified in the Snake,
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    • certain way — stands the spiritual scientific world-conception
    • the ideal of a certain knowledge-perfection, the object of his
    • is to a certain extent in opposition to the initiation-principle.
    • In a certain respect modern psychology has got beyond the
    • that man must overcome certain things if he wishes to receive these
    • a certain stage of perfection. So that we shall also now find it easy
    • question of the characters meaning this or that. That is certainly
    • But a certain importance is ascribed even to them. You know
    • a higher development, can, in certain circumstances, play a
    • powerless, only his shadow has a certain strength. Now what is
    • Snake whispers to the Old Man. She tells how a certain soul-power
    • minds look down with a certain amount of scorn on people who take
    • While Goethe wrote ‘Faust’ he adopted a certain
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    • world. Certainly it was not produced there. But because one
    • who to a certain degree, had become unshackled and who had a very
    • outer science looked at life. Certainly he had troubled himself
    • imposture. In a certain sense the way to the spiritual is connected with
    • awake certain slumbering forces, appears before Goethe's soul.
    • Goethe certainly had a premonition that there is something,
    • gazing at certain symbols and images these forces could be
    • himself up to deeper inner meditation certain inner experiences
    • is certainly good, for it leads to the door of the spiritual world.
    • ‘So much is certain, the old artists had quite as great a
    • at last gave him the certainty he needed with reference to all the
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    • are worthy of notice, and in a certain respect to-day's study is to
    • human life with an enlightened eye, certain words will have a
    • presents the whole affair with a certain humour: how the same
    • exercises. There are certain exercises which the student has to
    • confidence and certainty that he will find there what he seeks: the
    • life, but many. Goethe shows with the certainty of knowledge that
    • certain way into the spiritual world, comes to man and tries to
    • which is a real fact of the spiritual world. Certainly one will
    • trivialities! Certainly our age, which has also another word coined
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    • from it. We have a certain experience; and of this experience,
    • we retain this idea in our thought. After a certain time the
    • light; and in a certain sense, we can say: ‘The Sun lives in
    • shut in above, on two sides and behind. But it has certain
    • From a certain point of view such an experience is perfectly
    • quadrigemina — as the image of a certain, physical
    • let my soul unfold an experience about certain things, only in
    • the railway station for a certain place, alighted there and
    • unbroken to a certain period after birth.
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    • to his fellow man and also to the world around him. Certain
    • a certain time in the epoch of Asiatic evolution, approximately
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    • when man experienced a certain separation of his
    • a certain town in Asia Minor — it is called
    • uncertainty. The justification, as it were, of the habits of
    • had not a certain event taken place that set the whole course
    • Powers inflicted a certain punishment upon the city.
    • impulses whereby man himself is able to come into a certain
    • the Mysteries. He had to go through certain exercises,
    • alternative for the test. Certain substances were made ready
    • received a certain enlightenment; although, as is always the
    • case when certain exceptional conditions are not assured, the
    • a degree of enlightenment was there, a certain insight into the
    • that I described, but instead in a somewhat uncertain way, he
    • constituted, he could certainly not think and feel what
    • certain preparation before they were conducted to the true
    • too how that which was in a certain sense already within this
    • in fact, I dealt with all these matters from a certain point of
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    • ideas about it. That is certainly so. But it is a different
    • impressed certain words that the human being speaks. Whilst
    • certain far-off time the Earth itself worked in that way; only
    • that was composed by a certain priest in the early Middle Ages
    • feel: I have a certain measure of dampness or moistness in me,
  • Title: World History: Lecture V: Mysteries of the East, West, and of Ephesus
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    • to certain Gods at a time determined by a particular
    • coast. Thus a certain dependence on place and time was
    • a man had reached a certain stage of sacrifice and of personal
    • preserved up to a certain point. And the two souls who dwelt
    • attained a certain age, before he could receive the revelations
    • up sacrifices and perform certain exercises that enabled him so
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    • certain honesty in getting himself initiated into the
    • prepared through the performance of certain rites that at the
    • by certain spiritual powers from Asia. When he flung the
    • certain sense we may say with truth that Aristotle's works are
    • within certain orders and in the life of a certain narrow
  • Title: World History: Lecture VII: The Fifteenth Century and the Transition from Mind-Soul to Spiritual-Soul
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    • certain metals show themselves in greater or less degree. For
    • earthly substances exposed in certain circumstances to
    • while the arms are so only in a certain posture, that is to
    • can actually find certain places in Nature where the physical
    • certain point of time in the evolution of the Earth the
    • of the Universe. Then we have also certain organs that are
    • will in consequence become diseased, for a certain harmony and
    • surrounded by a certain condition of warmth, but that external
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    • to pass that certain other divine Beings, Luciferic-Ahrimanic
    • a world filled with the jealousy of certain kinds of Gods. Ever
    • here. And if they have once assumed a certain form, they can
    • so in a certain sense we may say that in the Goetheanum
    • the Ether heights. And a certain race of the Gods was jealous.
    • spirit in which at a certain moment of our life we first sought
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    • spiritual world which gives the certainty that in Dornach there
    • anthroposophical life. That is what I certainly understood to
    • and hearts you can certainly hear and understand.
    • Quite certainly it will never occur to us to feel anything
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    • is said, whether with a certain arrogance or with a certain
    • of dissatisfactions with life. People feel a certain
    • the outer sense-reality give to him, certainly at some time the
    • observation gives us certainty about how the dream works. When
    • This may give courage, to begin with, to seek certain
    • certain force is required when we wish to call up a
    • soul-life inwardly and livingly into a certain condition
    • outer objects or outer actions, we dive down to a certain depth
    • observing the recollections as at a certain level to which we
    • very trivial comparison: Vie may have a certain wealth and keep
    • aggressively, as it were, and excites us in a certain way. We
    • certain limits, in just the same way that we are free, when we
    • it because we have built it for ourselves for a certain reason.
    • certain perceptive faculty, with which one can look up into the
    • certain kind of vision with vigor and exactness.
    • mere intellect, merely in concepts. At a certain point abstract
    • Golgotha. Quite certainly a man becomes religiously inclined
    • is to a certain extent — can no longer be satisfied with
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    • own inner experience to grasp the real true certainty about the
    • thought, gives us the certainty of feeling ourselves as personalities.
    • experiences things in a certain way; in the 4th in a different way;
    • this Duality up to a certain point; experiencing on the one hand
    • at a certain definite point of time; and that which to-day
    • science as an absolute certainty, and which is yet nothing but an
    • Golgotha. Men certainly had to think somewhat differently to what
    • concrete impulses working in the world. We must look certain facts
    • nations, one can find characterised in a certain way what lies
    • thinking of his people, and with a certain justice one must
    • sense. A certain basic sentence lies at the bottom of the ideal
    • as regards the enormous opposition to be found in a certain sphere
    • a certain sense, in a threefold way to the Spiritual striving of
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    • permeated with a certain belief in reality when, whether in
    • dissolving away these dead elements, all but certain remains
    • the force of the destructive process has reached a certain
    • at a certain place in Austria when a reporter came to the
    • certainly not understand anything and had better stay
    • cosmos, For this it is certainly necessary that spiritual
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    • certain considerations connected mainly with special
    • certain degree are dominated by the ‘craze’ for
    • inclusive of the arms and hands. It is to a certain extent as
    • necessary for the satisfaction of certain needs of knowledge,
    • stomach-clairvoyance has not a certain value, in the highest
    • who can thus to a certain extent loosen the spiritual-psychic
    • never be certain that any observation we make in the
    • in the course of the 19th Century, a certain love of all
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    • humanity on earth, a certain power to hold the balance
    • time, as owing to a certain Duality acquired by modern life,
    • finds certain information, and afterwards it transpires that
    • that they must first ascertain that what they assert really
    • to another until he has exhausted every means to ascertain
    • certain way we may strive for it again. However, the two
    • effort a certain transformation must take place. We have seen
    • consider certain things which are very often repeated in
    • not to disown his former deeds by his later ones. A certain
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    • certain to the scientist, at least, that today we humans live
    • say this without sentimentality — and acquire certain mystical
    • certain matter-of-fact way to what people in those days thought
    • was kindled in the boyish soul a certain aspiration for what
    • man in a fixed, pedantic way to those certain forms of one or
    • united with them. He always keeps a certain isolated pedestal
    • Goethe, however, who possessed without doubt a certain sense
    • this with a certain inner indignation. When Herder introduced
    • although I certainly do not want to
    • lived in a region where certain territories had, to a high
    • would certainly not have suited Goethe. But to see a man
    • known in certain circles that were interested in this sort of
    • nevertheless, touched in a certain way by what we recognize as
    • was certainly not materialistically inclined, and he had no
    • past and is a book sealed with seven seals. In a certain sense,
    • century, was certainly narrow-minded. Yet at least it is
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    • principle altogether. Certain uncivilized people belonging to
    • certain things in his youth. We then derive what he did later
    • Most certainly, this trait must have come from an original
    • sense with his person. But, in reference to certain phenomena
    • Now, this does apply in a certain sense for the things Erasmus
    • have discovered America? Certainly, this could be asserted,
    • you will certainly have no doubt that the course of world
    • born, we note at once a certain harmony between the
    • into certain periods. The first proceeds in such a way that we
    • certain events had not occurred. What was living within him as the
    • revolutionary force would certainly have been manifest in
    • forces would certainly not have been possible in his
    • that he has certainly not derived from external impressions but
    • been such a burden. Certainly! But this is impossible because,
    • certainly not tired, fall comfortably asleep after a full meal
    • particularly interest them. Tired they certainly are not. The
    • Now, a certain condition of consciousness, even though dulled,
    • we can study certain laws in an especially clear light, but we
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    • certain individuals are separated from the rest of humanity and
    • time, is intended to conceal and disguise certain things and to
    • in a certain way, but this cannot happen without also
    • chimpanzee, in other words, has been trained in certain natural
    • certainly true that for the dog sensory image follows sensory
    • other hand, certain objections have rightly been raised. If we
    • raises the objection that it was certainly most peculiar that
    • edge of a certain mystery of modern life. We can judge students
    • epochs really knew what a certain part of their being is going
    • spiritual world. In a certain sense, we submerge ourselves in
    • other people become, in a certain sense, dream-forms of life
    • that, relative to certain things, the earth is already Vulcan.
    • and over again, it certainly does not give him or her any
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    • fact that each person belonged to a certain class into which he
    • outside the earth. I have told you that at certain times — we
    • out specified mystery rituals. As a result, certain
    • certain thoughts in it. In winter the earth is awake, and most
    • attain a fourth stage of development, just as certain processes
    • humanity will certainly discover to what a large extent the men
    • Spiritual science will certainly not be in a position to do
    • certain condition.
    • certain people must be revived; that is, the opposite pole,
    • elemental spirits, however, will certainly come into existence
    • be a matter of indifference from whom a certain preparation is
    • that I have called your attention to certain individuals who
    • always be a certain unity in that one person would be this,
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    • human activity. Someone in a certain position in life, who,
    • is suffering from a certain weariness of life, from a certain
    • plan, one that was unrelated to the other. Certainly he seems
    • is certainly some truth in this theory of the “bestial slime at
    • earth. He or she would then perhaps discover that certain
    • analyzing the soil he finds a certain manure with which it has
    • fourteenth years, we shall note that just at this time certain
    • this period. Certain things consolidate themselves in a way,
    • certain family in a specific nation. Thus, we receive a
    • into which we have entered by placing ourselves in a certain
    • it about that we place ourselves again in a certain particular
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    • misunderstandings arise. A certain observation may frequently
    • certain trait in his character would not have been present.
    • to the present day. Certain famous scientists are a case in
    • novitiate cut into the flesh of living animals. Certain
    • specific system. Now, if you calculate certain ratios that Eyth
    • then said to him, “This report is so good that you certainly
    • my life but, if I take this job, I shall certainly be able to
    • and he convicts a certain person in a set of circumstances
    • about two o'clock on a certain night the convict had died in
    • difficult to speak of these things; indeed, in a certain sense,
    • in certain things, but it is not possible to gain the truth in
    • another and offers certain advantages to them.
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    • Because of his karma he or she is impelled to a certain
    • inherit certain characteristics from their parents and ancestry
    • vocation through the vague and unconscious working of certain
    • such a way that certain conditions can be determined when one
    • is destined to be placed in a certain fashion in the cyclic
    • something felt and to a certain extent known for a long time
    • had in a certain way elevated itself up above the immediate
    • bourgeois life with a certain nonchalance, one might say, but
    • certain justification and as one who sees much that is around
    • significant fact that the age is taking on a certain character
    • a question of attributing a certain character to the age in
    • preserving certain secrets of existence even though they do so
    • certain part of this knowledge, but it is soon to be made
    • spiritual science will impart to us certain ideas and concepts
    • also can certain concepts be found through which it is possible
    • satisfaction of certain mystical longings are easily
    • methods used by certain individuals who wish to throw dust in
    • for the attainment of certain purposes. Then one must only
    • really a certain necessity for a synthesis to take place with
    • gradually come about that certain purposes and goals were
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    • life. Rather, we must draw from them certain consequences for
    • the course of a certain life in order that I may give you an
    • certain harshness in the expression of his life. He was
    • certain music teacher who, at that time in the sixteenth
    • contemporaries say, in a common-law marriage with a certain
    • position, of which I am just as good as certain. This money I
    • distinction than a certain amount of fame through my scientific
    • certain time he actually betrayed this man of learning. The
    • that he said, “And yet it does move,” is certainly false. I
    • certainly do not know much about Galileo but think and feel
    • Galileo Galilei has a certain significance in history.
    • certainly impossible to think correctly of it without taking
    • potentialities that may be similar. First, there is a certain
    • them to external life; second, there is a certain — what shall
    • these traits; that is, a certain self-consciousness and from it
    • a certain boldness in bringing to realization what occurred to
    • a book here before me; it is, in a certain sense, a book
    • women! The author then finds that certain crazy psychologists
    • absent among certain savage peoples. Among a great proportion
    • may also be seen on certain occasions making use of whatever
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    • certain sense, the leaders and guides of peoples. The angels,
    • because it bears within it a certain germ in that men speak of
    • bottom of this lies a certain concealed egoism but people will
    • certain connection by reason of their blood or something of the
    • remains an aberration among human beings in a certain way, and
    • know why certain things have been handed down. At best, they
    • informed about certain things that he was obligated not to
    • miseducated persons who have been spoiled by certain occult
    • being spoke, his angel also spoke in a certain way from the
    • to say that there might have been certain combinations of
    • words, certain word formulas, that had a greater effect than
    • but which was a certain combination of sounds, it then came
    • spoken since a certain domination was thus exercised over him
    • things are not so abstract as certain persons wish to represent
    • could really not be produced; that nature had a certain horror
    • steam engines. The air had to be eliminated from certain
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    • Certainly, but then no attenion is paid to the fact that the
    • hoary antiquity, we have a certain epoch in which ancestral
    • imagined they had to look up to a certain ancestor, but the
    • had a direct vision of their ancestors at a certain time in
    • to what is superhuman; they could, in a certain sense, rise
    • a member of certain human groups. In other words, the observed
    • spiritual. In a certain sense, he must then take Lucifer as his
    • occurred. At a certain time, as you know, not only was the earth
    • to their opposite. Blavatsky was misled by certain beings who
    • connection with certain inclinations and tendencies that he had
    • certain nation. The person who has remained behind continues to
    • certain nation and loses a friend through death who is already
    • time being, with certain qualifications. That is why I am
    • occultists had already left spiritism, a certain Langsdorff,
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    • from so many points of view. Today, so that a certain basis
    • cultural life has arisen, a certain capacity existed in the
    • certain sphere — that is true of almost every judgment,
    • God too. Bolshevism is certainly sent man by God. Since
    • man — when all these form a unity. In a certain sphere it
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    • certain sense this human head is really a kind of independent
    • certainly not so as soon as we come to the middle man, the
    • only this goes outside. From a certain standpoint
    • it is organized as it is because certain formative principles
    • Solomon about the certainty with which man sets his foot on
    • study and exercises of spiritual science, so that certain
    • not only by a certain passive acceptance, but — and this
    • physical sense but in a spiritual sense in a certain way it
    • certain cock is moved mechanically up or down in a machine,
    • knowledge in this way about a certain personality who in the
    • uncertain. And we should be quite clear about it. We must
    • certain churchman are made terribly uneasy by the growing
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    • Certain questions will increasingly
    • everyday life; certain men die young, others in old age,
    • physical man, is a being who materially fills a certain
    • space; but there is a certain member of man's nature, of the
    • become empty and in certain parts more than empty, that this
    • should have to call soul-life. As you know, a certain part of
    • 8). To a certain extent attached to this soul-light, pressing
    • comes into a certain relation with the soul-world and then
    • With certain
    • ourselves from a certain point of view another kind of
    • arrived at a concept that now played a certain part in the
    • it! And you will therefore understand why to a certain extent
    • certain idea was ever present that in the man before him the
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    • substance, possessing certain properties, will catch fire
    • when brought together in a certain way with another
    • in a certain measure indeed, as I might say, to sober
    • quiet, bought up big quantities of stock in certain
    • is on the whole certainly much less trouble to construct
    • represent a certain natural course in human life, — or
    • which one can to a certain extent reckon for the practical
    • necessarily forced to kill themselves? Most certainly he
    • existence of certain laws does not mean that man's free will
    • die before 50, yet you certainly will not say: Well, now I
    • here, certainly, there is something besides, which comes into
    • lead to certain habits of life amongst a large number of
    • acquire certain habits of life; and when such habits of life
    • certain influences are at work in a country; and people
    • succumb to these influences, and a certain number commit
    • of the matter is, then, not that there is a certain
    • the general atmospheric conditions under which certain states
    • to earn a certain number of shillings a day, it is a matter
    • various things in economic life have all a certain connection
    • above a certain level, and mustn't sink
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    • last time, how certain proposed plans had failed, and how we
    • ‘social question’ to-day, we most certainly are
    • spiritual life, one finds a certain number of people no
    • manner or that; it may all, from a certain point of view, be
    • said about it before: that in certain circles of syndicalist
    • this, the ‘syndicalist’ idea, might lead in a way to certain
    • there was still a certain sense in people calling themselves
    • to do; yet you certainly find things advocated there in a very
    • it might be advisable, from a certain point of view, to alter
    • with a certain socialistic celebrity — a very sound socialist
    • each other, — which will certainly be an easier matter for
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    • one very quickly notices that although the people certainly
    • it a certain power of judgment, — that we cannot simply
    • but knowledge as certain in its sphere as is scientific
    • clear that by undertaking certain exercises and functions, the
    • we please, but that we are bound to certain laws, just as we
    • bound to certain laws. As you develop your soul in the right
    • our fantasy, it is true, the pictures have a certain law and
    • This is quite irresponsible and is certainly not meant here.
    • What is meant is that in certain states of life we train the
    • conclusion. But in a certain respect this does not happen in
    • body starve in order to call up certain ideas. This is wrong.
    • certain unstable equilibrium. In our organism we have only a
    • certainly easier to want to penetrate the mysteries of life
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    • observing certain inner powers of the human soul lead to any
    • certainly do not pass this judgment lightly for I am quite
    • he is certainly not possessed by his ideas but, struggles
    • younger of humanity I certainly did not think about such an
    • science of spirit certainly leads to the great religious
    • with the science of spirit the religious life will certainly be
    • certain J. H. Lambert was born in a South German city in
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    • emphasize that there are certain inner exercises that the
    • ourselves inwardly in meditation entirely to a certain thought,
    • way certain substances are treated so that constituent
    • constantly dwelling on certain thoughts and pictures for a very
    • influence of these exercises. When we have reached a certain
    • certain exercises of the soul.
    • taken through death and then gave help when certain artistic
    • then we would reply that there are also certain types of
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    • however, seeks to develop what can be achieved within certain
    • there is so much need for inner steadiness and certainty, for
    • are certain philosophical speculations, through which thought
    • certain pathological conditions. What comes about in visions
    • soul are diverted in a certain way from the sense impressions
    • concentration, one becomes able to say at a certain point of
    • certain point one knows that one is no longer thinking with the
    • certain moment, when a man is sufficiently mature, the first
    • long enough, and a certain maturity in doing this has been
    • the question of immortality opens out toward a certain
    • through certain exercises of the will. Again, you will find
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    • disregard hunger by the use of certain drugs and to believe
    • soul, an uncertainty and powerlessness, an inability to find
    • expression — has a certain completeness.
    • is that we have to acquire a certain view of the human ego, or
    • certain point in our childhood development, we begin to use the
    • by inducing a certain metamorphosis in the life of his
    • approaches certain ideas that can be grasped and surveyed
    • amount of meditative work which is certainly not less than work
    • certain way and we know full well, if we are familiar with
    • in a certain formal structure like a magnetic force.
    • us, or we do not allow it. We see that we evolve a certain
    • second kind of exercise consists in pouring out a certain kind
    • in dealing in certain experiences we allow ourselves some
    • all know that we can remember back only to a certain
    • This danger certainly has been recognized! And Eduard von
    • certain ideas which are falsely said to be derived from
    • uncertainties, also allows for a varied application in
    • certain scientists could maintain otherwise. And sometimes this
    • to exist according to certain laws and, as we have seen, nature
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    • movement of the arms, for instance, and a certain emotion of
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    • territories; but they are nevertheless dependent in a certain
    • for certain treasures of wisdom ceases, and how even the
    • forcing house, certain of these treasures were still
    • place yet awhile, not in my lifetime.” Certainly those
    • certain love of ease.
    • on, has now been lost; but certain Ethics have remained over
    • merely remind ourselves of a certain phenomenon, in order to
    • East is certainly not intellectual, yet one can grasp it with
    • Certainly
    • that there would gradually spread over Asia a certain Ethos,
    • another form — that which certain Nietzsche-fops
    • have already advocated — a certain
    • “Beyond-ness” of good and evil, a certain
    • the toe or the heel of the boot for a certain time. Bethmann
    • certain utterances (very dear to me;, of Herman Grimm, which
    • the following. Let us consider certain brochures, certain
    • simpleton. For it most certainly is not yet finished. It is
    • certain point of view, for human beings tend to such
    • that, in a certain sense, one should link on to what is
    • certain Ethos.
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    • view, and from that, form certain ideas concerning the real
    • connection with the Earth, signifies also certain
    • of the Cosmos is finally, merely the expression of certain
    • mass is simply the body for certain Spiritual beings. And
    • certain relationship of Spiritual Beings, of the Hierarchies.
    • certain Beings that veil themselves in sensible
    • certain circumstances, in our next incarnation,unless we can
    • which stands before us as a certain danger — that we may
    • certain stage in the future, there shall be no old people on
    • certain delusion of youth. In this way the Luciferic powers
    • That can be put forward as an ideal by certain teachers of
    • described from a certain point of view in the last lecture as
    • entirely forgotten by civilisation today. People certainly do
    • read with a certain curiosity what has been written about the
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    • materialistic culture being surmounted in certain spheres is
    • objections is certainly not very different. One just has to
    • sentimental one), but the actual tone in certain cases is
    • having certain spiritual forces and attributes. Something of
    • third period, the Egypto-Chaldean; to a certain degree on
    • former times it was justifiable to speak of certain people as
    • present time. It is certainly very fine today to speak as a
    • what he says is not Christian! — Certainly nothing
    • from a certain pernickety tendency implying that it was
    • to a certain point. But the picture of a physical man is
    • you today, that we look up rightly to certain spirits above
    • human weakness of not taking things seriously. Certainly
    • what might be less rigid: a certain subject should be learnt
    • for a certain purpose. No, there is actually to be found,
    • terms with the content of a sentence is certainly not denied
    • advanced a long way intellectually, that in a certain way
    • the words. Hence we must call up in us today a certain
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    • say that he had got certain useful information from my book
    • those men wculd certainly have laughed me out of the hall.
    • someone, as a result of practical knowledge, made certain
    • soul, and although in the soul there may be certain
    • Egyptian-Chaldean period, and to a certain extent in the
    • lost a certain interest in him which they formerly had. For
    • spirit out of his own free knowledge. He must, in a certain
    • interested in bringing men to a certain point of perfection.
    • far, that in a certain sense they are even a perfect earthly
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    • during which we can consider these things, to certain brief,
    • something else, namely that man can acquire certain inner
    • certain sense pulls himself up in the inner experiences of
    • certain facts of the external world — we are in living
    • not go into certain physiological objections, or those of
    • perceptions then, place us in a certain relationship to
    • the standpoint of another pole of our being in a certain
    • Today when under certain conditions a man investigates
    • conception of the world with reference to certain
    • only a result of certain educational prejudices which hold
    • can know that are those who have gone through a certain
    • is right to a certain degree, but not entirely right. I have
    • repeatedly said that up to a certain point, everyone
    • and stultify certain forces instead of waking them into
    • people are satisfied with many things because certain
    • performed by modern education in that it allows certain
    • thing to working arbitrarily: without any such aim. Certain
    • in the world. Certain methods and principles and standards
    • the artist. It is quite certain that well written books on
    • teacher; the impulse to teach and instruct in a certain way
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    • certainly out of a profound understanding of the world in
    • necessary to speak of two original sins. Certainly one of
    • into life what for a certain understanding is unreal, that,
    • said that from a certain boundary of perceptive
    • certainly say this: If I am invited by anyone into a room
    • is a certain limited sphere in our mood of soul in which our
    • of art we are about to describe are in a certain sense
    • experiences to begin with a certain process of the soul which
    • life, out of certain regions of the soul far down in the
    • a certain respect — at least in comparison with former
    • talking lies in a certain constitution of the human soul, in
    • The skeleton consists firstly of the head, which to a certain
    • formation, in him as a certain Luciferic element, an element
    • see this in certain attempts made in recent decades and
    • perceive, for example, the following. In the case of certain
    • to avoid certain misconceptions — do not represent
    • extremely deep in the subconscious, yet in certain
    • the human soul, we shall certainly realise out of what sound
    • perception Goethe spoke when at a certain moment of life
    • we place what is within us to a certain degree outside, so
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    • felt from of old that a certain kinship or at least a
    • that certain gifted artists whose creations suggest a kind of
    • Expressionist, is not the important point. A certain
    • condition, he cannot eliminate certain impressions which come
    • lives consciously in this willing can certain experiences in
    • certain matter.
    • clairvoyant in certain aspects. It is very important to
    • enhancement of life in certain directions. When are we
    • its basis, uncertainty about the import and value of the
    • speaking of certain matters first and others later, or again
    • thought. Certain deeply thoughtful artists have realised
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    • to the human being to hold together certain members of his being. In
    • will enable man to hold together certain of the inner principles and
    • certain other thoughts in order to understand these matters more fully.
    • nourishment. He would be trying to discover the reason why certain constituents
    • world are lost, in a certain respect, so far as our own evolution is
    • the inner nature of the Good and the function of certain inner parts
    • led people to explain the presence of certain cork-like substances for
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    • humanity on earth, a certain power to hold the balance
    • time, as owing to a certain Duality acquired by modern life,
    • finds certain information, and afterwards it transpires that
    • that they must first ascertain that what they assert really
    • to another until he has exhausted every means to ascertain
    • certain way we may strive for it again. However, the two
    • effort a certain transformation must take place. We have seen
    • consider certain things which are very often repeated in
    • not to disown his former deeds by his later ones. A certain
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    • I should like to speak to you about a certain aspect of the Mystery
    • there already existed thinking of a certain kind, although
    • nevertheless a certain sort of thinking; and when we
    • certainly was quite a different sort of relationship. What
    • lay, in a certain sense, even above the level of the
    • extinguished. But ye can receive into your soul a certain
    • certain categories of divine beings did not possess a knowledge
    • salvation of mankind. It requires a certain strength in order
    • permitted to use this expression. Certainly no special strength
    • rests upon the fact that he took certain poisonous
    • it is in a certain sense something magnificent. We cannot
    • must realize what it means that Nietzsche partook of certain
    • of certain material substances, to gain a knowledge which
    • Golgotha in certain mantric forms, chiefly in the structural
    • them at least an intimation of the fact that a certain wisdom
    • on alive, in a certain way. Then it grew sclerotic within the
    • through a certain period of darkness in regard to the Mystery
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    • this passes through the generations so that in a certain sense
    • himself. Although he was not so exalted as certain other
    • receive revelations which were in a certain sense clairvoyant
    • had the certainty through direct clairvoyant vision that the
    • certainty for him, he no longer needed to cling to the
    • devotion, a direct certainty of sacred truths. There existed in
    • certain sense as something containing all this; that is, it
    • was no direct clairvoyant certainty, such as existed in
    • knowledge of a certain matter .when they begin to discuss it.
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    • lower reality value, or perhaps in a certain sense they do not
    • in the switching on of the sense organs. To a certain extent
    • certain correct, daring, paradoxical hypothesis. Allowing for
    • small child, I dreamed in a certain way within life. Then I
    • concentrated all of the powers of his soul on certain
    • Yes, certainly love plays a huge role in
    • sensation of love is felt to a certain extent in the physical
    • the certainty of the sense of our building a bridge to the
    • unfortunately treat these things with a certain egoism. They
    • certain extent when we are awake we do not retain the picture
    • from this, for people today at a certain level it is possible
    • is to a certain extent advanced through an improvement in the
    • because the entire human being must to a certain extent become
    • based to a certain extent on a second awakening, the soul of the
    • doctrine of the soul without soul, in a certain sense. —
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    • certain culture and that it determines their thoughts and
    • must realize that they have reached certain aspects of Truth,
    • certain comprehension of the riddles of life are reached.
    • rise to doubt and uncertainty that makes a person weak.
    • was possible, by mixing and dissolving certain substances, to
    • first a person will have certain opinions about spiritual
    • certainty of faith is absent for a long time, people still
    • certain philosophic views maintain that no educated person
    • Inner uncertainty causes weakness, and creates an inability
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    • people knows with certainty that the contents of fables and
    • to share their lives with uncultivated people. Certain
    • A certain group
    • to plants, but that is only playing with words. Certainly
    • to the stimulus. Even if certain plants respond to external
    • capable of sensation. In a crystal you see manifest certain
    • in the form of a crystal a certain aspect of the whole cosmos
    • However, it can still be experienced, if through certain
    • Certain lower animals still have this kind of consciousness.
    • configuration, within a certain race, a certain family and
    • from a certain line of ancestors. Everything inherited comes
    • the reason why in certain regions the original inhabitants
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    • that from death certainty arises, certainty that pain and
    • being. At a certain point spiritual research differs
    • these have reached a certain point in their evolution, the
    • substance, matter, we always perceive in a certain shape, in
    • a certain form. We speak of material form, of life that
    • is not yet either sensation or consciousness. Certain
    • they too react to certain influences. But that is not
    • certain processes without which matter would decay.
    • reached a certain higher level. Only when the force of life
    • truth. You certainly know it in your higher consciousness,
    • organization. Certain thoughts and feelings will call up
    • certain acts of will. The human organism must function
    • willing are in harmony. This is right at certain stages of
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    • heart and brain. The astral body most certainly is not at a
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    • beings; they develop within a certain environment, and can
    • when a certain stage of maturity is reached. During further
    • child, it is not impossible, but certainly highly damaging to
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    • up to a point; in certain areas it is mainly the ether body
    • certain animals wandered into caves and stayed there, their
    • certain laws; in a person's healthy or sick organism
    • Africa uses a certain species of dog for hunting; in the same
    • to himself the venom of a certain species of snake, in order
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    • protection of the maternal body. Not until a certain stage of
    • certainly from beings who, in regard to physical development,
    • methods that matter in a teacher, but character and a certain
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    • possessed by certain hallucinary ideas which, because they
    • experiences: When in the dark he looked in a certain
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    • perceive a genuine spiritual event, certain spiritual organs
    • wisdom of a certain kind; their instincts are wise. However,
    • human beings pay is loss of certainty. Uncertainty is
    • must be electrified, and those who touched it were certain
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    • the saying means: We know for certain that without eyes we
    • would not perceive light; it is, however, equally certain
    • brings certain qualities with him. Repeated earth lives are
    • Heredity certainly plays a part, but only insofar as the
    • certain significant laws. These are laws that apply in
    • results in a certain firmness. What a human being absorbs in
    • which one feels carries weight. At the same time certain
    • more spiritual. All this is certainly greatly enhanced and
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    • certain subjects. But what they have to say about it, for
    • they were meant as satire, mocking a certain secret brotherhood
    • today about certain elementary aspects of Rosicrucianism that
    • The human spirit is certainly capable of penetrating nature's
    • been developed through certain strictly circumscribed
    • one stands at a certain spot an the mountainside, when a path
    • certain forces. Bearing this in mind, we must acknowledge
    • it was first inaugurated, certain rules were laid down for
    • also characterizing a certain type of event that can occur
    • Rosicrucians introduce a certain rhythm into the breath,
    • mouth. However, certain aspects can be mentioned without
    • Certainly even the most highly developed person will not
    • born from the microcosm. Hence, the secret that under certain
    • around us. A person who learns under certain conditions to
    • immerse himself with certain thoughts meditatively in the
    • according to certain directions provided by a spiritual
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    • Richard Wagner must be taken. Certainly a plant knows nothing
    • the price was a certain degree of egoism.
    • A certain
    • of the former dull consciousness was a certain selflessness,
    • a remarkable fact that at a certain moment there arose in
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    • lecture, we discussed how certain critical comments
    • Bible, which suggests that they certainly had the belief that
    • with any understanding of a certain passage from the Sermon
    • true that a human being who has reached a certain stage in spiritual
    • He attained progress by going through certain schooling that
    • development must follow certain rules. Just as one must adopt
    • likewise must a certain method be adopted if one is to
    • development that lead to initiation. Even today certain
    • uttered certain words that were always the same: "Oh my God,
    • use certain things were written down. But there always
    • cult to be initiated must live according to certain rules and
    • experience a certain life if they were to become initiates. Their
    • importance and significance of the name. Certain rules were
    • it is also a reference to a certain moment in humanity's
    • through certain experiences which culminated in the words:
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    • belong many things said in intimate circles at certain decisive
    • certain peak had been reached and at the same time the danger of
    • to represent certain aspects of this occultism before the world.
    • it is not successful, it will have failed for a certain amount of
    • a certain sense what has been tried
    • certain sense a beginning has been made, to be detached from me and
    • certain coordination of the personalities
    • certain impossible symptoms had become apparent in our Society it was
    • necessary to found a certain smaller society whereby I had attempted
    • to attribute certain titles to a number of close associates who have
    • realized. The manner in which it was conceived in a certain case made
    • of the lost “Word” and to a certain extent grasps it.
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    • our senses, and a certain soul-activity within us
    • to a certain extent completely under the influence of the
    • than his actual thoughts, how a man is rooted in a certain
    • certain sect. All this, he declares, stirs up emotions in him
    • certain degree of consciousness.
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    • then he acquires at a certain moment of his life the capacity
    • There was a certain relationship between all these souls, for
    • certain moment, the initiate saw a certain scene: His own
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    • bear fruit. Only certain forest trees keep their so-called
    • human beings we do not notice that there is a certain
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    • so: everything we see, wants to make us into a statue in a certain fine
    • again in certain periods of our life in so far as these periods are
    • in people are based on the following; a certain measure of balance exists
    • to the way a person is orgainized a certain measure of balance is there.
    • every human individuality a certain relationship exists. If that is
    • have to remember certain forms of illness, where man dissolves too much
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    • where our foods have undergone a certain inner development until they
    • through injections of substances that diffuse in a certain way, the
    • It is the feeling of a certain inner sensation of happiness —
    • a certain feeling of happiness. This emerges and dominates the whole
    • night through my kidneys.” The knowledge of certain connections
    • and then, under certain circumstances the person will be made into an
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    • after a certain time had passed, the so-called Dark Age will come to
    • at a certain season, it is blossoming at this season through the influence
    • connected throughout with lack of light. One can relate with certainty
    • a certain way the physical human organism still continued to be seen
    • people declare this up to a certain age and then become even greater
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    • human and world existence, and we shall certainly not be able
    • mystery. For it certainly is a mysterious question
    • this kind, we are certainly made aware of certain limits in
    • certain field where our concepts apply, namely the field of the
    • attempt to refute the argument of a certain clergyman.
    • There are people who have a certain awareness of such things.
    • remember my telling you this. The astral body certainly knows
    • certain strength they need. That is to say, for the souls who
    • “Well, here I am. Certainly I am far enough advanced to
    • billiard ball in a certain direction, we know which way
    • certainly in one way also bring about a deepening of people's
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    • certain way if we want to solve the difficult question we have
    • In certain respects we also are
    • of moral uncertainty might observe the clock and see Death
    • and improved morally in certain respects. It might be said what
    • second kind of certainty, a second kind of truth — not in
    • by truth, we have a second kind of certainty, which is direct,
    • acquire a kind of certainty when they examine external things.
    • is the only way to come to any certainty about cause and
    • certainty if we want it, by really opening our souls to its
    • However, a certain German was particularly annoyed that Madame
    • This critical opinion was written down in 1822 by a certain
    • to be a great work of art and in a certain way judged it
    • certain way Lucifer is in every expression of sympathy
    • what is taking place within us right now, it would certainly be
    • pass judgment, you do it in a certain way. Let us take a random
    • I am certainly not criticizing either
    • a free deed. And although certain prior conditions have been
    • a certain way it is like this: Some people drag
    • We can see a certain necessity there, yet it is always a free
    • unfree in a certain matter, but we can only say that first of
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    • a certain satisfaction that I have teachers in my school who
    • teacher. “I have certainly made mistakes; and some things
    • certain necessity. The pupils had their various
    • things were not on a good footing. There was no certainty, he
    • is certainly quite a difference between your methods. And
    • gentlemen always say 'I know for certain that on February
    • certain that I will be talking about such and such a subject at
    • Easter.' The third teacher says 'I do not know for certain what
    • pupils I have.' And by that he meant that he can in a certain
    • Everything is in the realm of uncertainty. How can you
    • pupils, and have a certain faith in it. If you, so to speak,
    • “Yes, but you cannot foresee anything with certainty, and
    • a certain way the third teacher also saw what would come about,
    • say, “I am quite certain I will give my pupils the right
    • immediately preceded them?” In a certain way natural
    • certain length of time how one thing has always led to another,
    • we can only follow the chain of causes up to a certain point.
    • In nature, too, we can only follow it up to a certain point,
    • certainly not here on the physical plane, and that a search for
    • all agree that a certain necessity can be found in this whole
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    • most certainly do not do that consciously. There,
    • really had consciousness, it would only fly in a certain
    • This is a striking case, but in a certain way it applies to all
    • freedom in relation to certain events in which we very
    • see him as a genius. We certainly can. By doing this we remain
    • Parsifal, the striving human being, belonging to a certain period
    • and nearly died, someone else would certainly have produced
    • lived in the fourteenth century, he would certainly not have
    • an empty space in world events with regard to certain
    • into a cask if it is already full, or we can only put a certain
    • That is quite obvious. We see then that in a certain respect we
    • necessity, the physical body has a certain amount of
    • a degree of unconsciousness? In a certain sense it does. We do
    • important thing to realize is that from a certain point in the
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    • have direct certainty of the I. They know
    • classifying them in a certain way according to their value in
    • more and more people who will know with certainty that
    • Certainly, it
    • certain necessity underlies our program. The kind of lecture I
    • certain obvious mistakes. Some mistakes, of course, will be
    • Therefore you only make certain theologians furious with
    • That was most certainly not the case. You can find individual
    • selection of passages. I certainly wanted to show you that
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    • certain things I have to put before you which apparently have
    • certain reluctance to merge themselves into the cultural
    • heard, my dear friends, certain people called clumsy
    • “possessing” deals that the word has a certain
    • be discovered by the individual for a return into a certain
    • a principle—“I take a certain standpoint on
    • out of a certain standpoint” then the compositor
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    • By degrees a certain comprehension must ray out from those
    • acquainted with certain fundamental facts without knowledge
    • this kind can be attained only when at least a certain number
    • now we, as earthly men, have developed a certain inclination
    • incarnation menu usually remain bound only to a certain
    • Herder, Wieland, Goethe, end to a certain degree Schiller
    • result of no great poetic gift, but produced by a certain
    • recently become international, men have with a certain
    • up to a certain point. This acquisition of several languages
    • certainly mean the same, but it does not do so where inner
    • because we bring with us certain impulses out of the
    • speech is not of account — there a certain convention
    • a certain whimsical way as, for example, with the poet
    • nature. Certainly men still have a feeling for nature, they
    • knowledge. Certainly on the one hand there will gradually
    • wire a certain feeling of responsibility and an understanding
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    • present and future. The writer has a certain world-outlook. He considers
    • beckons to the white races which seems to me an absolute certainty unless
    • seems to me an absolute certainty unless a period of the supremacy of great
    • teachings of the church itself. Certainly the connections of these things
    • Catholic men you will find, in all passages where a certain point comes
    • Through their strict schooling these people possess a certain ability
    • whole is only to a certain extent a more highly developed animal. This
    • to think really in abstract concepts, a faculty which the animal certainly
    • my dear friends, for in a certain way it is convincing for anyone who
    • Spiritual Science, we deceive ourselves in a certain respect concerning
    • to certain things that can be observed in life. These are certainly
    • does the new way at thought underlying Spiritual Science. Today certain
    • certain unless a period of the supreme rule of wisdom succeeds that
    • subconscious. Men go through certain experiences while developing towards
    • comes to man in an ever greater degree a certain part of that experience
    • epoch of the consciousness-soul. Up to a certain degree, however, by the
    • in a certain free, unprejudiced direction conducive to reality.
    • this as the greatest achievement of Spiritual Science. To know certain
    • certainly would be were man to develop only a faculty for abstraction),
    • he is caught up in evolution. Then he knows why in a Certain point of
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    • absolutely objective towards other spiritual streams, how he certainly
    • I said that on certain points, compared with many of the statements
    • taking into account all the prejudice belonging to certain religious
    • a certain enhancement of the general life of the soul which does not
    • certain ways with his ordinary mortal reflection he can endeavour to
    • working in him the practice of certain virtues becomes easy which otherwise
    • that would place him in a position to unite himself in a certain way
    • hated at present by certain people.
    • to write today he would say: Certainly at that time to those men who
    • of God. Now this inward joy will certainly be felt, as soon as they
    • many times previously that today in a certain respect man either consciously
    • be some and there are some who with a certain honesty say the following:
    • From various directions a certain feeling of fear towards truth holds
    • is also prevalent in certain societies of Freemseons and similar brotherhoods.
    • practice of ceremonies prescribed in certain ancient rituals. He should
    • symbols of great antiquity. I have told you that in this respect certain
    • the passing through certain spiritual impulses may be outwardly masked
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    • of the past. This fifth post-Atlantean epoch is indeed in a certain
    • For you certainly know that taking earthly evolution as a whole it divides
    • already indicated how from a certain aspect these new relations can
    • from the will and what should find a certain ordering for the social
    • from a certain dullness. Because they take life too easily they are
    • then to a certain extent a change takes place in our contemplation of
    • by the Guardian of the Threshold unconsciously. It is actually a certain
    • one can indeed get gooseflesh to a certain degree, and on that account
    • always an unconscious conclusion that to a certain extent originates
    • beings who, when observed by man, reveal only a certain side of themselves
    • came into a sphere where it seemed—as if certain beings had flown
    • world one is dogged by the feeling that one misses certain beings which
    • we long to know certain exiles. We only know there are banished beings,
    • is between death and a new birth, then this world will have no certainty
    • and will be not only ghostly but without certainty. Indeed we can go
    • all who are familiar with these things. Everywhere there is a certain
    • dawning of connection with the spiritual world, a certain fear of active
    • made vigorous. Then you come to certain conceptions which, although
    • saying, the venerable nature is certainly not to be disparaged, which,
    • life. An uncertain state of affairs hinders him in this. The fatal thing
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    • understanding of the things of the spiritual world today, in a certain
    • When the sleeping condition is unbroken by dreams which implies a certain
    • Our body, that is to say, has a certain characteristic where these experiences
    • is that entrance into the spiritual world is certainly not at first
    • as anyone who enters the spiritual world. Certain individuals, however,
    • which we gather our experiences. It is certainly not the case that things
    • up our minds to strengthen certain qualities of our soul, for example,
    • to strengthen certain forces of the soul, this is necessary. But many
    • wish to enhance certain attributes of their soul. Were they to enhance
    • else if we are to speak about things from a certain point of view. What
    • as to this falling asleep. For we certainly see the other man with our
    • between men anywhere else in the whole round world, Certainly not in
    • that the social structure has in a certain sense the family as its unit,
    • certain directions, if we reflect upon the arguments put forward today.
    • as, for example, Emmanuel Kant, speak—not indeed out of a certain
    • through this a certain life of soul in the form we call logic and science.
    • certain things are concerned. And this not only has an effect on his
    • Now you know that a certain relation existed some years ago between
    • result of the direct observation of a certain human attitude of soul
    • points of view. Now it will not be superfluous, from certain aspects,
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    • taken by anyone to a certain degree changed through knowledge derived
    • a certain sense by its success, or at any rate its ability to succeed,
    • certain time by livingly re-uniting Himself with earthly development.
    • the Mystery of Golgotha gives this picture—that at a certain point
    • of this one, in that certain evolutionary impulses reach their highest
    • time men have arrived on the one hand at a certain height, where the
    • pagan conception is concerned, and on the other hand at a certain height
    • Going farther back in former times it is found that to a certain extent
    • in a certain measure through its on force the event changes into its
    • It is a matter of external history whether certain events have been
    • most certainly did not take such thoroughly deep root in Judaism, but
    • had a significant life of soul, a life of soul, in a certain sense,
    • it was able to enter the folk souls; these in a certain relation accepted
    • can be called up in the human heart if anyone tries today to renew certain
    • up to the conception of the great Isis of the Egyptians. Certainly even
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    • of man that allowed the visions to arise which in a certain way revealed
    • his support, for his growing powers of consciousness. And certain personalities
    • could only be given in those olden days out of a certain constitution
    • we are in today. By bringing about certain functions, certain inner
    • thing that came was actually what at a certain stage man had experienced
    • that after a certain time He appeared among them as a living being (how
    • course of human evolution the fact once came about that at a certain
    • development. It was for this reason also that in a certain sense historically
    • that these tribes gradually evolved. They had to a certain degree to
    • a certain sense to be able to hold fast to it.
    • Europe all that during the last decades has certainly been very little
    • to social intercourse, who even develop a certain adroitness and grace
    • felt lonely. And in a certain way he may be said still to be alone today.
    • now take this book of Herman Grimm's; it is written out of a certain
    • for us to be able to say: In an external way Faust is certainly
    • a great scholar, or even as a man of certain culture, is easy to understand
    • culture. These three men are actually thorough worldlings in a certain
    • human as Shakespeare did to a certain degree. Look how Goethe took hold
    • this path Goethe in a certain sense, at a certain stage in his life,
    • of his art he created his Natural Daughter, which certainly
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    • about a theme which sets certain presuppositions to the
    • audience, and is, in a certain sense, aimed at advanced
    • the soul, but rather a certain development of our world of
    • impressions, our feeling-world, a certain inclination, we could
    • you may get used to certain impressions as the anthroposophic
    • proofs for scientific certainties. With such a line of argument
    • to a new birth, in order to descend again after a certain time
    • inner and outer shape, only within certain boundaries is this
    • matches that which the soul experiences. From here certain
    • slackness, it seems as if these astral bodies in a certain way
    • discover, on researching the astral world in general, certain
    • moments in life when you leave the physical worlds to a certain
    • human being exists in a certain place. He hears all kinds of
    • but it has certain disadvantages, is the answer. This feeling
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    • order to fully absorb certain secrets and inner aspects found
    • to those in spirit who, to a certain sense, I might say, in
    • dialogue between the two, discovers a certain philistine air in
    • we descend into our inner soul, we certainly reach into the
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    • particular way to both of these, and stand in a certain
    • quite different, which in a certain sense is tied even deeper
    • discover a certain relationship the self brings along,
    • abilities and here we come to a certain connection which is an
    • cloud. As a result of being born at a certain time and a
    • directly but in a certain sense — that what we call these
    • bring it to a certain stage of development. The Karma-idea is
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    • a certain intellectual thinking, an intellectual feeling concerning
    • you that certain things were indispensable to the building. Whenever
    • the organic form of man together, it is possible to find a certain relation
    • certain axis. Certain lower organic forms alone evolve from the centre;
    • here, certain more perfect forms of building than the centrally constructed
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    • and that nomenclature is from a certain standpoint justifiable. But
    • notice how certain lines which wind themselves about this Mercury motifs
    • you will feel yourself forced from a certain point onward. Through this
    • simple. Put this simple form which one now achieves has a certain quality
    • it what has gone before so that in a certain sense what has gone before
    • as seen from outside is certainly not the most complicated eye. The
    • eyes of certain lower organisms are much more complicated. They grow
    • to understand a certain inward power of development that we must learn
    • precisely through its artistic side had to make certain claims. Men
    • people a certain mystical fog has spread itself around this Building
    • in a certain sense will disappear. That is a new thing, viz, the way
    • in nature certain realities are born in progressive metamorphosis which
    • Building in a certain sense. So that this sculptured central group might
    • the kernel of the nut has a certain form? The shell of the nut fits
    • building. When we build in a certain material we have to observe certain
    • that we must not sleep. It is also necessary that we make a certain
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    • artistic feeling certainly will only be admitted by him who has a presentiment
    • Certainly it does not mean
    • colours. Colours have also a certain relation with that which can be
    • of the world. Certainly this anthroposophical interpretation of the
    • it is intended to be, it must in a certain sense, bring to expression,
    • is painted in the domes. The paintings in the domes express to a certain
    • the actual psychic evolution of humanity is painted, certainly not according
    • to a certain extent in every Russian to-day. every such Russian has
    • which have certain qualities of form which recall the qualities and
    • the state of balance is to certain extent to be found in man as much
    • to a certain extent appears in his essence. This is what I would beg
    • an untrue mask. When humanity will have reached a certain spiritualisation
    • certainly find that which is meant to be expressed., may be experienced
    • so that its side-view to a certain extent stands full in harmony with
    • knowledge of the world, and that it is made to a certain extent the
    • never wished to be; this sectarianism only strives after a certain spiritual
    • For I must remember, how necessary it really is to communicate certain
    • to communicate certain truths of Initiation to humanity. Only it cannot
    • of thing must continually be pointed out. And the time must certainly
    • doors with the communication of certain esoteric truths, because men
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    • technical terms so in those days, when certain substances had
    • taken place in him and he has acquired a certain spiritual
    • action. Faust has made his own a certain capacity not only to
    • keep this firmly in mind. Inwardly struck by a certain
    • “Grey Wolf” stands for a certain metal found
    • certain process. “King” is a name given to a
    • a certain way; then this was called the “Greedy Grey
    • mountains, is amalgamated with the Golden King, a certain
    • man who had this printed will certainly not have done
    • acquire certain faculties, not only through inner moral
    • faculties, and he meant a certain kind of force-activity
    • certain kinds of living forces were there, and these flowed
    • known, however, as a force, a certain kind of force. The
    • silver sphere contains certain forces, and so on. More still
    • controlling the evident flow of the tides, for a certain
    • same force, and hence ebb and flow. A certain relation with
    • and to prove with a certainty unattainable in any other
    • was possible simply by concocting certain substances and
    • substance affects another in a certain way — well, just
    • swinging a certain condition of balance is reached. So then,
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    • would certainly studied Faust with great warmth of
    • rises before him — this thought certainly does not
    • certain spiritual connections. Anyone familiar with these
    • with the certain knowledge, can easily judge by details
    • Sunday. I will put you in the private seat in a certain
    • night of April 30) rub themselves with a certain ointment
    • Helmont, by rubbing certain chemicals into parts of the body,
    • his astral body, certain inclinations and affinities
    • witches and their being used to a certain extent for their
    • mediumistic qualities, by certain people wishing to fathom
    • feels himself again. This witch has certainly been properly
    • antidote of the time; he had leeches applied to a certain
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    • certain rift has arisen between Faust, who has been drawn
    • appreciated? Most certainly not! But in his opinion the
    • the time: Why, yes, certainly an an idea, as your idea, you
    • bring about, to a certain degree, Helen's embodiment. To this
    • shows how homunculi may be produced by means of certain
    • Paracelsus expressly assures us that by means of certain
    • of the opinion that there were certain devices enabling men
    • concepts. I have often called attention to the way a certain
    • in certain moments the animal process is for the animal.
    • today arise. There are now, certainly, people with idealistic
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    • how deeply familiar he was with certain hidden things in the
    • creature, his incarnation. You must picture a certain process
    • is in a certain measure produced out of the mother alone, but
    • uneasiness; in a certain way it becomes dangerous for him
    • Plutarch, who in a certain sense held sway over the mystery
    • — which however, in certain sense does not change. If
    • falls again. To a certain extent the water that flows from
    • certain substances. You will surely find it in one or another
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    • 1413. We shall add certain particulars to what we already
    • There must be added a certain consciousness about the
    • a certain process of Initiation. For in the being of Helena,
    • during this fifth post-Atlantean epoch certain human beings
    • postAtlantean epoch. There is indeed a certain tendency to
    • through him. The Faust Drama says in a certain sense
    • of this kind. Certain economists who thought themselves
    • Helena-legend, which Goethe certainly adapted, not only the
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    • nexus of the fourth post-Atlantean age. For in a certain
    • so that he can wield a certain sword, then and then only let
    • worked-out, in spiritual realms above. Now in a certain sense
    • certain. This preparation, this making-ready, can, however,
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    • Science would certainly never have created these scenes in
    • Goethe must have seen certain things in the spiritual world
    • condition does not exist, On the contrary, a certain
    • makes it possible for man to have a certain self--knowledge
    • man? But then there came to him at certain times the thought
    • world as the basis of existence. In a certain respect man
    • has evolved. Former worlds, certainly the Sun-world — and
    • wiser than brain reason, is outpoured. And, in a certain
    • indeed in a certain, but only shadowy, way is connected with
    • certain respect, Goethe already points to the world we also
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    • know, to a certain measure, the possible and the impossible,
    • images evoked in man by certain wishes in his life not having
    • certain extent we call back our past. Today with our brain
    • follow up your dram life, you will certainly find it
    • do that certainly today develop a physical existence, but
    • What works within the earth through man having a certain
    • Certainly she is that too, because this subconscious holds
    • Spiritual Science, that you can understand how in a certain
    • certain extent his way of representation. Because in his very
    • today there are people in possession of certain secrets.
    • the leaders, are in possession of certain secrets. What
    • matters is how these secrets are used. But certain initiates
    • secrets from its adherents, but certain esoteric initiates of
    • in a world that has certainly advanced beyond that of the
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    • a certain outlook suggestive of that of spiritual
    • theory built up by Newton on a certain hypothesis. This
    • certain concepts, ideas, about the spiritual. These are so
    • still to some extent uncertain, even for his own time,
    • is said that certain things are in the subconscious how the
    • spiritual world — how he must overcome certain disagreeable
    • things — that is certainly one side we have to make clear.
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    • say they believe in the spirit. Certainly, it is not a bad
    • that can exist. Certain souls more finely tuned speak indeed
    • comprehensible that man is pursuing a certain path in life,
    • he grows old with a certain gift. I mean here with a gift of
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    • prevalent among them is a certain atavistic power of
    • today in a primitive, less delicate way, that, to a certain
    • certain! — But perhaps that is not of most importance,
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    • physical body he still only goes a certain distance towards
    • me in a certain direction, then I am stopped; were I to
    • certainly no very deep cognitional life. If, by the inner
    • transform, to metamorphose, the whole human being in certain
    • certain time, the forgiveness of sins; anyone might sin as
    • animal kingdom rises to a certain height; then comes the
    • they too acknowledge their ugliness, and are in a certain way
    • earth of which our organism is composed. Certainly we are
    • dear friends, it is not surprising that, from a certain point
    • these technical perfections that have reached a certain
    • war I actually spoke of it, not without a certain
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    • present there is a general opinion that there are certain
    • he can only know about certain things, while other things are
    • natural life, certainly not out of what takes place in muscles
    • but we experience uncertainty about this whole spiritual world
    • a part of these forces at a certain time. Electricity,
    • all kinds of doubts, causes uncertainties right from the
    • the dream life, will have noticed that in a certain sense the
    • things knows that a certain area of dreams is characterised by
    • one can come to such a certainty. Because what we are inside
    • there, that we certainly are not; for those are on the one hand
    • believe to have certainty by means of an ordinary backward
    • described. — Imagine that at a certain time of day you
    • your soul, so that you start at the certain time and now trace
    • certainty of knowledge. This human beings experience when they
    • ourselves which gives us certainty about life after death.
    • certain degree, because man wants truth and not confusion and
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    • certainly knew how to speak about the highest spiritual Beings
    • what was happening on the astral plane. At least in certain
    • were chosen to behold certain revelations, and were capable of
    • never practice worship. That only came much later. Certainly
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    • acquire courage, certainty and power than through the deepening
    • certainly, when the plant is partly damaged where it grows out
    • Certainly, but this doesn't change the facts that
    • ripping off blossoms can naturally from a certain point of view
    • “I” everywhere? — Certainly, because it is
    • earth existed of only air and water and a certain condition of
    • development certain extraordinary important stages were
    • stand in a certain relationship to us. Let us look at our sun
    • certain achievement hadn't already been reached, not have
    • consciousness. If a certain event hadn't intervened, the people
    • certain time error and illusion stepped in. That which we call
    • a certain time the luciferic and at another time the ahrimanic
    • whole human race is bound in a certain extent to Ahriman. When
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    • animated by a certain subtleness — a breath, as it were,
    • to draw your attention to a certain attitude of mind.
    • that it was possible to ascertain so much about the lives of
    • nay, that it is certain — that man is not obliged to
    • gain admittance to this realm. It is only by the aid of certain
    • certain number of such “ancestors” as seemed best
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    • years past, we have had to draw attention to a certain point of
    • certainly gain a good idea of what intellectualism is. We need
    • certain point, and the moon at another, followed by Mercury,
    • a certain time — between our in-breathing and
    • out-breathing — so did those people conceive a certain
    • of this a certain condition came about. For let us now consider
    • And yet, in certain moments when they took deep counsel with
    • certain nights they lie on their beds and listen to the void,
    • In a certain way they have conquered what then disquieted them
    • at least in certain moments of their surface consciousness.
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    • that certain definite indications were given of the terrible times
    • like, by way of introduction, to speak of a certain interesting
    • possible. Up here there is a certain detachment from European
    • It is a pity that the significance of certain words spoken by an
    • indicated a certain feeling for the way in which affairs are shaping
    • There will be no peace on the Earth until a certain harmony is
    • into a certain decadence, but even in the form in which it still lives
    • tendency to look back with a certain superciliousness to ‘primitive’
    • Innumerable sermons are preached to-day, and with a certain subjective
    • birth, we are experiencing a continuation of it. One thing is certain!
    • certain final traces of a spherical form although this is not very
    • through certain constellations and during the night through others.
    • indeed, that during earthly life man can unfold a certain faculty of
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    • Zodiac. We heard how certain forces proceed from the constellations of
    • sense-perceptions of the material world. To a certain extent we reach
    • tableau which under certain circumstances can be glimpsed during life
    • I will now describe certain other aspects.
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    • certain respect also to the life of feeling. The faculty of thinking
    • Certainly it is quite correct to say: ‘God rules the world.’ But in
    • Norway.’ Certainly, God rules the world everywhere, but for the
    • as to those who actually live here. There was certainly a great
    • pieces. Those who were only onlookers must certainly have been
    • Roman world, into the life of Middle Europe, and there, in a certain
    • natural gift in certain individuals who worked in this way among their
    • and endows him with certain faculties which are important from the
    • certain mystical, oriental form. What was more a revelation from
    • that subconsciously and inwardly it understands certain secrets of
    • even in waking life a certain part of our being sleeps and dreams. The
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    • them mentally, otherwise it is lost.” Certainly Fichte's own
    • article which incurred from a certain quarter a charge of
    • just as there are certain forces which must occasionally overshoot
    • certain following in student circles. Further, as a result of his
    • “Very well then, an attempt must certainly be made to
    • certain time when Napoleon had conquered Berlin and the French were
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    • feel an intimation — in our circles this feeling should certainly
    • forth with hope-filled joy, with hope-borne certainty, and with the
    • certain parts of the world around us, with the mood that once
    • this will most certainly be a wonderful, glorious memory. As a young
    • it permeated the souls, the mood, of country folk in certain remote
    • could still be sensed quite distinctly in certain farming villages as
    • The whole village would take part in such things. As certain lines
    • regions. In certain “language islands” in Hungary the German
    • teacher. They will go to all sorts of places in order to learn certain
    • the entire progress of humanity through certain words which have come
    • self-evident. And likewise a certain understanding was present of this
    • for the spiritual mood that lives in such plays. For us, certain lines
    • the soul. Certainly we may like to immerse ourselves in what past
    • certain mood in one's heart, a mood which arises from: “the
    • of human nature which, in a certain sense, is independent of external
    • rightly hope that in a certain sense these halls will be
    • fire, and as a light, filled with certainty of hope, will find its way
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    • indeed! If we accept certain movements that remained secret, Western
    • one of the pupils of Socrates who could certainly have no doubt of
    • From a certain aspect we may say that no gulf is deeper than the one
    • folk-soul, the nation-soul, signify to a man today? Certainly it is
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    • not make gold. Whether or not this is true of gold, it is certainly
    • of the abyss. You know with certainty, “Now I am connected with
    • Indeed, under certain conditions this objection would not be without
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    • solved for him. Even so he will be able to have a certain higher
    • we feel ourselves in a certain relation to the outer world and the
    • is that in ordinary life we can enter it only under certain
    • arise on going through a certain training. We have the power to
    • who try to apply external means that can have certain effects in
    • changing any whatsoever. If we do, then after certain
    • certain sense new experiences have room to enter. When, through an
    • practice, we become aware of a certain layer of consciousness present
    • Krishna. In that case he would certainly have said to himself, “Blood
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    • Now, a certain
    • show him, he would certainly be content with his existence. He would
    • Certainly there are those who regard the philosophers as useless
    • the market and make up accounts they find something that certainly
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    • man in certain respects. The next day one of the members of this
    • health to go without proper sleep. Certainly man's life is so
    • certain parts of the brain. The brains of Western people are
    • we know that certain occult forces are at work behind his forehead,
    • certain cases — as takes place when in the middle of his sleep
    • resistance when we bear in mind that a certain special habit of
    • ideas into children. Now we can be certain that this Calendar
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    • the same teaching after all.” Certainly, that is not incorrect
    • regarded as a contradiction will it be possible to judge certain
    • interpretation. In any such we would certainly miss the essence of the
    • printed certain lines in small type because in his view they ought to
    • certain basic dispositions of soul developed into certain philosophic
    • firmly realize how the human soul, under certain conditions, can
    • actually meet the Being whom we tried to describe from a certain
    • such truths. There are only truths that hold good in certain
    • certainty of feeling — the feeling that can still gain
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    • to know the truth. It will draw certain conclusions and thus come
    • a certain unconsciousness. I mean the forces having to do with the
    • propagation of the race. We know that up to a certain age man's
    • a certain age this consciousness awakens. From that time onward the
    • it does to a certain understanding of that great moment pictorially
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    • belong to a certain nation should always have an immediate feeling
    • So it has remained, in a certain sense, right up to our present age.
    • certain things hitherto kept secret and really known to but very few
    • came precisely from the feeling that certain secrets must today be
    • Mysteries were protected from the profane by certain definite,
    • certain facts, especially the case during the materialistic age. What
    • following there grew up a certain religious belief in its teachings,
    • significant thing, something from which we may in a certain sense
    • side of the matter. It makes a difference whether you find a certain
    • sattwa, rajas, tamas is meant a certain kind of living one's way into
    • laws with his thinking, can in a certain sense live together with it.
    • call forth a certain condition in him, just as for ordinary
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    • experiences. Certainly anyone who enters deeply into this poem must
    • one where a man is in a certain way prevented by his own emotions,
    • his surroundings meant not only a certain understanding of the outer
    • environment objectively before one is always a certain way of
    • were men who in a certain sense knew nothing of the Divine Beings
    • his eyes. Such are tamas men in a certain conscious sense, and quite
    • stage of picture consciousness, which as a matter of fact certain
    • evolution, however, works its way onward up to a certain tension. In
    • to such a pitch that men were in a certain sense brought more and
    • certain movements, when they arise, over-reach themselves
    • spiritual movement in history has in a certain sphere its
    • reach something higher, and I will. Always it is only a certain stage
    • conditions that have now become necessary. It is certainly more
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    • courage and fearlessness. Certain experiences are common to all
    • certain connection have already been touched upon in the course of our
    • certain points of view which may have so far received less attention,
    • certain stage without any personal guidance; for it has been possible
    • be described and pursued without exposing the soul to certain events
    • bound up with the enduring of certain pains and sorrows, and with some
    • who wishes to follow it beyond a certain frontier must be specially
    • sense-impressions. At the moment when Initiation is to enter a certain
    • if he wants to be an Initiate of a certain degree he must come to the
    • but it is none the less true to say that from a certain stage of
    • certain stage of Initiation these opinions no longer have any meaning
    • whole it should. certainly be possible to keep these two things apart:
    • when a certain attitude of soul towards one's personal views and
    • upon certain difficulties which may arise in living together with
    • certain stage on it, will take an attitude towards many things in
    • those around him: “Why should we do that?” Certainly, when
    • achievement of a certain fearlessness. This fearlessness must be won
    • a folly which assuredly would assail anyone at a certain stage of
    • The person who is meditating, who has worked up to certain stages of
    • knowledge that in a certain sense things are in a bad way with regard
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    • In that realm we find souls which for a certain period between death
    • a certain category — have become the servants of very terrible
    • worlds. Those deaths which are to a certain extent untimely also
    • certain epidemics are preparing. So we see what appears to be untimely
    • It makes a terrifying impression to perceive how during certain
    • how this love of ease persists, and how for a certain time after death
    • themselves into servants of Ahriman for a certain time between death
    • the plant world he feels that a certain inner relationship links it
    • world also has an influence. Certainly some people are incredulous
    • opinion that it certainly does not depend on the full Moon or the new
    • the course of the Sun and Stars, has no influence on man. Certainly if
    • but also the village folk go to sleep at a certain time and wake at a
    • certain time, we feel as if there were something of a plant-like
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    • Ascent into the spiritual worlds is accompanied by certain unavoidable
    • he experiences certain facts and meets with certain beings. The
    • our time ascends into the higher worlds, he goes through certain
    • certain secrets he longs to understand. That is the feeling he has.
    • certain beings who are associated with the Sun send their activity
    • of man. He learns also to know certain beings associated with the
    • spiritual world. But that was up to a certain point of time only in
    • Thus also certain Greek Initiates experienced the same Being of whom
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    • Egyptian Mysteries. In a certain sense this brought us to the last
    • for a certain time below the Earth's surface, in order to reappear
    • Everything that appears at a certain time in the evolution of
    • epoch these forces inspired certain individuals. In the dawn of the
    • their training but through certain mysterious influences, became the
    • Once in ancient times men's souls possessed a certain faculty of
    • to be sought in certain definite places, as I have shown in my book,
    • neighbourhood in order to receive a certain teaching, this was not
    • located in another place, a place where, on account of certain
    • within him certain secrets of the human soul, and on the other hand be
    • forth certain portions of the second part of Faust, and gave
    • are revealed in certain passages of the second part of Faust or
    • had in a certain sense to experience through the Sentient Soul. In all
    • time for certain peoples. A much more important point is that the
    • certain sense it cannot directly approach the external part of human
    • sign of these peculiarities, but on the contrary displayed a certain
    • clever to-day, he develops in his soul certain forces which in this
    • in circles wedded to materialistic or monistic ideas; but then certain
    • thinking, then one could certainly give them some comfort. But this is
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    • in secret societies, to those who had passed through certain degrees
    • a matter of twenty years or so, a certain number of them will already
    • with the Infinite Self, with God. That is why, at certain definite
    • certain Greek myths like that of the rape of Helen and again in the
    • of the One God are certainly features of it but they only represent
    • West. Certain modern Theologians — above all in Germany —
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    • certain phenomena which do not any longer belong, properly speaking,
    • The bodily nature of man lies at the root of certain dreams but others
    • of the phenomena of Nature. If, however, we study certain
    • matter-of-fact human being; his reason is just as clear and certain
    • It is a law of evolution that certain organs atrophy, subsequently to
    • The pineal gland has a certain physiological relation with the
    • It is a false idea on the part of certain mystics to disparage the
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    • has been popularised, a certain class of theosophical literature has
    • science. To enter a Brotherhood he had to pass certain tests and swear
    • the result of science, a certain number of truths pertaining to Nature
    • certain sense, the synthesis of the physical and etheric bodies, for
    • to say, it has a certain order and regularity.
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    • be preceded by a rigorous discipline and the attainment of certain
    • very depths by certain ideas able to impel it towards its source.
    • of the blood. Man begins to exhale less carbon; he retains a certain
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    • second century after Christ has made certain theologians of the school
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    • It consists of a spiritual training which culminates in certain
    • In certain respects the Christian initiation is more difficult of
    • scourged. Certain symptoms in physical life accompany this event.
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    • must be conquered. For the same reason, in certain schools of black
    • From the purely external aspect, there are certain points in common
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    • certain similarity, for instance, between the Eight-fold Path of the
    • According to the explanation given by Goethe to certain students, each
    • and in certain Asiatic religions. At the birth of a new religion, an
    • In certain mediaeval pictures, the human body is divided into two
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    • as possess, in themselves, a certain rhythm which can then be
    • down in certain religions. The effect of fasting is that the astral
    • the end of a certain time, the etheric body disperses into the forces
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    • certain sign that this entrance has been made is a conscious
    • less egotistic bliss of heaven conceived of by certain writers on
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    • more or less equal in size. A certain centre in the etheric brain
    • that a certain event would invariably give rise to a series of others;
    • only admits its existence as a hypothesis. Certain islands to the
    • experiences are merely realised in the mind. There are certain states
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    • certain sense it is liquid, fluidic. In the devachanic world,
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    • during a certain period are concentrated in a celestial body outside
    • One has also noticed a relationship between certain births and seismic
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    • birth as we know it, but by some other means. Certain parts of the
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    • who have not known the Mysteries. Through Christianity, certain
    • principles which we have been studying in these lectures. Certain
    • age man can to a certain extent hide the good or evil within him. But
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    • religious writings. There is a certainty, which needs no
    • reason, though there is a certain difference, you cannot see
    • this you will be able to understand certain hints and truths
    • in the John Gospel. You will be able to understand certain
    • we will go into certain details. Then you will see how every
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    • Physically the stigmata appear. In the case of certain saints
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    • reach a certain comprehension. Everyone has a higher self,
    • servant of the higher self then one can say in a certain
    • Certainly, we have, frequently said that man must develop
    • Certainly, the priestly sages of Chaldea taught great
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    • with its real purpose. But there might have been a certain way of reading
    • is certainly true of plants and animals. Man has in common with the
    • recognised by a certain sign. An ordinary man shows no resemblance either
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    • is certainly one of the most cultured of her compatriots. She has studied
    • to recognise a certain resemblance between the physical and astral worlds.
    • the world of colours comes the world of musical sounds which in a certain
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    • certain relationship; but even so there is a great, decisive difference
    • emanating from it; in its contours it is no different from that of certain
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    • certain Beings have enjoyed peculiar honours. For example, in Persia in
    • in Kentucky certain creatures went to live in caves; the caves were
    • earthly world with his organs to a certain extent perfected. During the
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    • care is not taken to imbue his character with certain lasting habits,
    • industry or moral activity, will certainly have its effect in later
    • of objections may arise. Someone may say: “Then we should certainly
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    • path of mankind, so have certain lower peoples and races fallen behind.
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    • and thus he gradually developed a certain restraint. After various further
    • too, was born at a certain time. This is indeed so: thinking itself
    • explanation lies in the fact that certain members of man's higher nature
    • are related to certain physical organs. For instance, no being can have
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    • been heard with Devachanic ears. After existing for a certain period
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    • whirled through the ether. All were still of one sex, except that certain
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    • of the Aryan race, took the following way. Certain God-inspired messengers
    • and departure of certain birds; they observed the rising and the setting
    • — each truth has its particular mission at a certain time. We
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    • who has reached a certain stage of development. People work together,
    • has a consistent meaning. But when you reach a certain stage, one image
    • withdrawing certain forces from his physical and etheric bodies. If these
    • each day passes exactly like another. But he can at least pursue certain
    • occult path will have to do this. Thus he should, for example, do certain
    • rhythm we find, but even in animals a certain rhythm can be observed: for
    • has available certain means through which he can bring this harmony
    • of thoughts from drifting through the mind, and bringing a certain ordered
    • certain circumstances you must exclude all that you have experienced
    • but has not taken care to cultivate moral qualities, may manifest certain
    • so that in a certain sense he still depends on a Guru on the physical
    • by them can move with certainty on the highest planes. Even a person
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    • culture must embody a certain pattern which will give expression to
    • the adoption of a certain bodily posture in meditation. This is much
    • body is no longer so sensitive to the flow of certain subtle currents.
    • kingdoms in the course of his evolution, so will he in a certain sense
    • a transformation of the soul. In a certain sense you become clairvoyant
    • vision which will quite certainly come: he sees himself washing the
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    • certain moral, intellectual or emotional qualities, but to get rid of
    • only a small part of the Great Self outside. Certain methods of so-called
    • Now it is impossible for certain organs to arise in a being which has,
    • on the liver, with the aid of certain specific words.
    • characteristics: its substance begins to display certain spiritual
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    • during this course. A proper working together must certainly not be
    • work of the other side. It certainly does not mean that the
    • one should certainly not think that therefore one can perform the
    • certain by word and deed that a real doctor is found, and that the
    • certain ritual measures. For instance, the healthfulness or
    • physician a priest, but they can both in a certain sense be teachers.
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    • first at certain phenomena in human life that easily slide over into
    • branches of human knowledge must be liberated from a certain coarse
    • only recall how certain phenomena that had been grouped together for
    • can under certain conditions clearly reveal some psychological
    • certain phenomena, not in the customary manner but in a really
    • stage, and even to a certain degree of the ego organization that
    • a certain degree philistines as regards external life. But such
    • the other members of their organism, so to a certain extent they are
    • enlightened, trained confessors have heard from certain penitents who
    • It could certainly be done and it would even be correct, but it would
    • for her, which indeed also remained to a certain degree pathological.
    • well as to physical abnormalities and physical illnesses. Certain
    • a certain consistency of the person's ego so that it does not
    • completely penetrate the organism. Also there must be a certain
    • body, certain physical organs in the lower body had been formed with
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    • lies between certain pathological trends that are developing in human
    • with a certain independence. Thus parallel experiences are there: a
    • certain sense, against the physical organization. The conscious
    • certain variety of illness: because the etheric body is not staying
    • someone in ordinary life whose illness was going in a certain
    • its affinity to certain etheric forces — forces that
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    • that remain. After each subsequent period there remain also certain
    • seven years provides, in a certain sense, a kind of model from which
    • the child, in all the awkwardness and uncertainty that are in the
    • within the cosmos! And when the child has certain etheric forces
    • manifest certain forces that are now free in the soul, forces that
    • and replaced. Also in the rest of the organism certain parts need a
    • moment. Certainly when the parts of our organism that can be renewed
    • child's own body. We become aware of it from certain pathological
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    • who show certain aspects of behavior that to a physician may seem to
    • astral body closely to it, in a certain sense away from the
    • organism. Such persons, if one asks them a question, show a certain
    • of certain words he had associated with certain events while he was
    • giving certain kinds of treatment. First of all, there will be
    • indicate certain clear connections between the various themes we've
    • sense impressions were in a certain sense stimulated from within. The
    • certain organs, we find the memory is extinguished. Instead of the
    • will still allow a person to pursue certain activities in external
    • counteract certain conditions in the first life period, between birth
    • of utmost importance to investigate how certain capacities can be
    • mental dullness can, under certain conditions, even have a beneficial
    • Sometimes our Waldorf school education must address certain things
    • desire at a certain age to follow none but one's own ideas, not to
    • misunderstand me! I'm certainly not pointing to any of these things
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    • certainty that in the sick person there is some material process or
    • shortsighted ideas, one certainly will not perceive real connections.
    • health. A certain person lived in the nineteenth century. I'll speak
    • were being given distinguished titles, I have a certain sympathy for
    • abstract teaching from certain ancient streams of civilization
    • certain ideas can be expressed in this abstract way, but they remain
    • For certain
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    • would never attain an understanding of the human being. Certainly it
    • given a certain temperature, any substance can combine with oxygen
    • certain dynamic fire processes from which evolution was supposed to
    • its present state. Naturally this causes difficulties if a certain
    • other organic processes carbon dioxide is, in a certain sense,
    • source of a certain kind of pathological condition, but the source is
    • lying here. We will certainly not say that. Now that it is all there,
    • exhalation. In a certain sense, the activity that exhalation leaves
    • statement, but it is correct in a certain way. We see in lymph
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    • plant. With them alone, the plant-being would in a certain sense only
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    • bodies, we know that by virtue of what these bodies are, certain
    • that sleep is healthful is correct in a certain sense, but only under
    • certain conditions. And it must not prevent us from examining the
    • things more closely. There are certain persons who are not
    • physical and etheric bodies in such a way that they acquire a certain
    • on a pathological state. The individual carries into sleep a certain
    • certain knowledge. Those who possess this knowledge obviously belong
    • another. Nothing is accomplished thereby. But that is certainly not
    • certainly not a remedy. On the contrary, it brings on the illness
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    • has come back to the same spot. That means after a certain period of
    • out into the distances of the cosmos. In a certain sense we have
    • and astral body-ego. From a certain point of view we can say that
    • But human beings cannot do this. We have, in a certain sense, to
    • certain boundary line in the development of astrosophy and astrology.
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    • stimulus, as in a certain sense just the first chapter, the beginning
    • being inherits overpower in a certain sense the forces that are
    • elements, which have qualities. Under certain conditions one is
    • substance is only a process suspended at a certain stage. Formerly
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    • during this course. A proper working together must certainly not be
    • work of the other side. It certainly does not mean that the
    • one should certainly not think that therefore one can perform the
    • certain by word and deed that a real doctor is found, and that the
    • certain ritual measures. For instance, the healthfulness or
    • physician a priest, but they can both in a certain sense be teachers.
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    • first at certain phenomena in human life that easily slide over into
    • branches of human knowledge must be liberated from a certain coarse
    • only recall how certain phenomena that had been grouped together for
    • can under certain conditions clearly reveal some psychological
    • certain phenomena, not in the customary manner but in a really
    • stage, and even to a certain degree of the ego organization that
    • a certain degree philistines as regards external life. But such
    • the other members of their organism, so to a certain extent they are
    • enlightened, trained confessors have heard from certain penitents who
    • It could certainly be done and it would even be correct, but it would
    • for her, which indeed also remained to a certain degree pathological.
    • well as to physical abnormalities and physical illnesses. Certain
    • a certain consistency of the person's ego so that it does not
    • completely penetrate the organism. Also there must be a certain
    • body, certain physical organs in the lower body had been formed with
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    • lies between certain pathological trends that are developing in human
    • with a certain independence. Thus parallel experiences are there: a
    • certain sense, against the physical organization. The conscious
    • certain variety of illness: because the etheric body is not staying
    • someone in ordinary life whose illness was going in a certain
    • its affinity to certain etheric forces — forces that
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    • that remain. After each subsequent period there remain also certain
    • seven years provides, in a certain sense, a kind of model from which
    • the child, in all the awkwardness and uncertainty that are in the
    • within the cosmos! And when the child has certain etheric forces
    • manifest certain forces that are now free in the soul, forces that
    • and replaced. Also in the rest of the organism certain parts need a
    • moment. Certainly when the parts of our organism that can be renewed
    • child's own body. We become aware of it from certain pathological
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    • who show certain aspects of behavior that to a physician may seem to
    • astral body closely to it, in a certain sense away from the
    • organism. Such persons, if one asks them a question, show a certain
    • of certain words he had associated with certain events while he was
    • giving certain kinds of treatment. First of all, there will be
    • indicate certain clear connections between the various themes we've
    • sense impressions were in a certain sense stimulated from within. The
    • certain organs, we find the memory is extinguished. Instead of the
    • will still allow a person to pursue certain activities in external
    • counteract certain conditions in the first life period, between birth
    • of utmost importance to investigate how certain capacities can be
    • mental dullness can, under certain conditions, even have a beneficial
    • Sometimes our Waldorf school education must address certain things
    • desire at a certain age to follow none but one's own ideas, not to
    • misunderstand me! I'm certainly not pointing to any of these things
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    • certainty that in the sick person there is some material process or
    • shortsighted ideas, one certainly will not perceive real connections.
    • health. A certain person lived in the nineteenth century. I'll speak
    • were being given distinguished titles, I have a certain sympathy for
    • abstract teaching from certain ancient streams of civilization
    • certain ideas can be expressed in this abstract way, but they remain
    • For certain
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    • would never attain an understanding of the human being. Certainly it
    • given a certain temperature, any substance can combine with oxygen
    • certain dynamic fire processes from which evolution was supposed to
    • difficulties if a certain attitude prevails. I can speak of these
    • other organic processes carbon dioxide is, in a certain sense,
    • source of a certain kind of pathological condition, but the source is
    • lying here. We will certainly not say that. Now that it is all there,
    • exhalation. In a certain sense, the activity that exhalation leaves
    • statement, but it is correct in a certain way. We see in lymph
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    • plant. With them alone, the plant-being would in a certain sense only
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    • bodies, we know that by virtue of what these bodies are, certain
    • that sleep is healthful is correct in a certain sense, but only under
    • certain conditions. And it must not prevent us from examining the
    • things more closely. There are certain persons who are not
    • physical and etheric bodies in such a way that they acquire a certain
    • on a pathological state. The individual carries into sleep a certain
    • certain knowledge. Those who possess this knowledge obviously belong
    • another. Nothing is accomplished thereby. But that is certainly not
    • certainly not a remedy. On the contrary, it brings on the illness
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    • has come back to the same spot. That means after a certain period of
    • out into the distances of the cosmos. In a certain sense we have
    • and astral body-ego. From a certain point of view we can say that
    • But human beings cannot do this. We have, in a certain sense, to
    • certain boundary line in the development of astrosophy and astrology.
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    • stimulus, as in a certain sense just the first chapter, the beginning
    • being inherits overpower in a certain sense the forces that are
    • elements, which have qualities. Under certain conditions one is
    • substance is only a process suspended at a certain stage. Formerly
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    • to reach to actual origins, there is a certain point in the far
    • withdraw. Thus there is a certain moment in the evolution of our
    • progressed, and at the time now being described has reached a certain
    • around you, calling up in your souls by inner activity certain
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    • inwardly vivifies, animates. Then we are told of certain qualities of
    • certain resistance to our senses, did not exist during the Saturn,
    • human, but we must certainly envisage that there is already in their
    • nature a certain cleavage. When we speak of man today, we do not
    • Thus we distinguish in the external human form certain parts as the
    • expression of the physical, and certain other parts as the expression
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    • the man who on awakening calls up in his mind a certain content; it
    • elementary existence, so that a certain degree of clairvoyant
    • should search the whole of cosmic space in vain. At a certain period
    • and condition it, are linked together by certain laws. And on the Moon
    • in a certain way is a recapitulation of an earlier condition; it is a
    • epochs the impression made upon religious minds by certain words
    • the initiate passes a certain stage, and feels himself in the
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    • let me once more draw attention to certain observations in my book
    • tonic or sound-ether set to work to organise matter in a certain
    • only using it provisionally. At a certain point it says: And the
    • they are certainly not supported by revelation. As to the vagaries of
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    • of evolution certain Beings remain behind. Only a certain number of
    • too, certain Beings do in fact lag behind, do not attain their
    • evolution certain Beings did not reach their proper goal, they lagged
    • nothing else but a certain degree of darkness. And this dark content
    • has for them to attain their goal; in other words, there are certain
    • relationships. There are certain tasks for which those who attain
    • their goal would be little fitted. For certain tasks those who have
    • found an answer to these questions which satisfies us up to a certain
    • — so behind the Folk-Spirits are the Archangels; in a certain
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    • importance as regards the Genesis story is to ascertain what were the
    • if, with a certain intellectual superiority which can easily become
    • that to begin with, certain spiritual Beings worked on Saturn who had
    • development on Sun, Moon and earth. They have retained a certain
    • described as a complex of existence. But in a certain way there
    • must certainly think of the cosmic act of meditation of the Elohim
    • we have also to see the effect of the activity of certain spirits of
    • which, though certainly illusion, is at the same time truth. An
    • simple hypothesis. First it discovers certain physical laws, and then
    • practised a certain activity. This activity has taught them
    • acquired a certain unified consciousness as a group. That is
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    • Strader. He knew them on the physical plane, and there formed certain
    • When at a certain
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    • himself. Man was certainly there in a physical form — but then
    • perceived certain differentiations in the substance of warmth. If he
    • certain places I get impressions of warmth — not of anything
    • I relied solely upon spiritual investigation. Now in a certain
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    • both man and animal. From a certain point of time the earth is left
    • withdrawn with the sun, undergoes a certain coarsening. But man, such
    • at a certain point: “Even after the conclusion of the seven
    • corresponding to it in certain members of our present human
    • remained united with the earth is in a certain way connected with all
    • this moon element within it, but man has it in a certain way within
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    • parallel between already ascertained spiritual scientific facts and
    • was certainly not easy.
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    • a time that can be ascertained only when man turns his thoughts to the
    • which during a certain period of earthly evolution have become more
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    • long refrained, people even brought themselves to exercise a certain
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    • I SHALL Speak to-day of certain matters in a way that could not be
    • certain unity extending over the globe — something by which
    • death, He gave them the certain knowledge of the power that had
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    • a certain way, embraces the whole riddle of human existence.
    • consisting only of body and soul, the soul merely having certain
    • shall certainly look with wonder, but at the same time with a feeling
    • achievements in a certain domain are something that humanity must now
    • intellectualism that certain of its representatives to-day even go as
    • exercises by which they could acquire certain knowledge presented to
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    • I WANT to speak to-day about a certain aspect of the Mystery of
    • thinking of a certain kind — dream-like, imaginative, but still,
    • earliest form of the life of primitive man lay, in a certain respect,
    • above the present level of the human, in spite of having certain
    • physical body; and because he could say with certain knowledge, ‘An
    • You must approach this matter with a certain freedom from bias,
    • ancient, instinctive clairvoyance still survived in certain
    • had taught certain chosen disciples after His Resurrection.
    •  “into your souls a certain wisdom. It is the wisdom which
    • imbibed certain poisonous substances which brought into play within
    • condition, although in a certain respect again there is a kind of
    • Nietzsche should have imbibed certain poisons — a procedure not
    • of Christendom this knowledge was in a certain sense still alive. Then
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    • The whole evolution of mankind has a certain strange quality. It
    • goes forward in one direction until a certain point is reached and
    • downwards to a certain point, it turns again upwards, reaching the
    • have conscious certainty that the spiritual is reality. What will
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    • wisdom that in a certain sense leads to the very peak of
    • to give expression to this certainty. If men are clear as to what they
    • reality of the spiritual world will vanish from us and the certainty
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    • years after it — and think of certain experiences that arose in
    • the certainty that existence is not suffering, but leads across death
    • core of their being that the certainty of life's eternity springs from
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    • that Rittelmeyer could have heard. Certainly we may find in them an
    • certain balancing of the deeds standing on the credit side of the
    • — and certainly this applies to the young people of to-day —
    • those of race. We can still speak, in a certain sense, of an old
    • a body bound by space, nor limited to a certain territory. Neither
    • mankind. We must be aware that we have in fact a certain task to
    • believe what I know for certain.” Knowledge is the only
    • certainly make strange excuses, sometimes, if they are unwilling to
    • This power of hope arises through the certainty of knowledge gained
    • little that only in certain places has their right sequence been
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    • most recent cycle of mankind, and should, in a certain sense, be
    • certain events from the depths of the soul-life rise into
    • dreams; but I would like to deal with one which raises certain
    • of people were then able to say: “The dead are certainly not
    • Thus, for human beings in certain states between waking and sleeping,
    • way, we have to consider it from two sides. One side has certainly not
    • understanding, intellectuality. To-day a man may be to a certain
    • time already, in a certain sense, written down a prophetic version of
    • age of man; in a certain sense we could designate it as a coming
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    • Certainly there are in our days narrow-minded materialistic souls who
    • belonging entirely to the animal-evolution. Certainly, there are such
    • little of man. Through ordinary science we know certain things
    • certain sense our physical life here is regulated between birth and
    • find that during the time before we develop memory, certain relations
    • learns to grasp. Thus certain things are acquired systematically. The
    • In a man with whom to a certain extent this Ego-thread is broken, a
    • life, are as it were endowed with a certain power of observation. In a
    • world it certainly has many sad aspects, many painful sides. But we
    • There is a certain connection between the spiritual life which can be
    • thwarted by the errors of education, a certain regularity is followed
    • soul, we find it in the spiritual world, after a certain time, a
    • but are merely intelligent, are normally able to give certain
    • another sense this is not the case. But in a certain sense we do stand
    • still retains a certain significance up to the thirty-fifth year. Of
    • the blood which now flows will be the symbol of a certain refreshing
    • vision. Thus it is with the whole of life. Certainly, my dear friends,
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    • Fraulein Stinde belongs to those who are certainly known to the
    • man is certainly able to acquire regarding the spiritual world. Times
    • with hope and confidence? Certainly, he who beholds the events of the
    • peoples.” Certainly, that is true, and there is no question of
    • battles have now run their course. They have evoked certain
    • as the announcement of Christianity, a certain European atmosphere was
    • underground in secret has found its way to the surface! Certainly, the
    • that which we have undergone in life from a certain personal
    • we stand in a certain relation to our body. Consider: if you reflect
    • life. We come to a certain extent in contact with that which the world
    • becomes quite different. Certainly the power of knowing oneself as an
    • experiences. And here there is a certain distinction. Consider such a
    • the next incarnation certain forces, which would have been exhausted
    • a quite definite task in life, which he would certainly accomplish. He
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    • over once again with reference to certain qualities necessary for the
    • purpose, a certain inner significance in the fact that we carry our
    • in a higher sense than did the Greek. The Greek could not see certain
    • bring about a certain inner relation with our physical body, because
    • etheric body has acquired a certain perfection, greater than man is at
    • certain faculty of the etheric body (I will for the present limit our
    • the religious, are carried into the world. Certainly the absolute
    • Certainly nature is there, great and significant. But what would this
    • great importance in a certain direction, at a definite epoch of his
    • certain sense, passive in our innermost being, and if we wish to raise
    • with our feeling, then may things become comprehensible. Certainly our
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    • world a certain relation to another man. This relation may arise
    • but these thoughts are fixed on reality — a reality certainly not
    • certainly arrive at a false conclusion. For the effort of the ordinary
    • only be ascertained through inner activity. The answers to questions
    • necessity. He does not merely feel the need of seeing a certain
    • it is to them, with certain natural differences, as it is here when on
    • In this lecture I have pointed out that certain arrangements, such as
    • been a feeling in human consciousness that certain connections,
    • indeed, persons here, who go through life with a certain inner
    • greatly. In ordinary consciousness there are certainly impulses of an
    • matter with a certain delicacy, for we know if we set about it roughly
    • But at certain times the boundary is even more adjustable. And now
    • practical life. There are persons — and in a certain respect we
    • does not live in accordance with a certain primitive instinct, but, as
    • nevertheless subject to a certain law. I expressed this law very
    • outer form; teeming, as we say, with inner life, up to a certain year
    • all that is enclosed in the human skin. When at a certain age we pass
    • through death, the etheric body enters into a certain relationship
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    • We have devoted the recent lectures to considering from a certain
    • A certain security is connected with the external physical perceptible
    • different sides which harmonise, a certain wisdom is created, and this
    • have said, a certain adjustable threshold exists between the ordinary
    • certain meaning for us — we are unconsciously conscious.
    • this memory should not be severed. We must remember back to a certain
    • here in physical consciousness. But it is also, in a certain sense, a
    • This begins a continuous series of memories. At a certain time, either
    • among them. One enters into certain relations with other men, to whom
    • various standpoints), it is evident that in humanity a certain longing
    • people who to a certain extent touch on these secrets of existence.
    • during the trial he subjected him to a crossfire, and with a certain
    • dreams are frequently confused with one another, or whether certain
    • fallen asleep and dreamed, certain it is that he awoke with this
    • necessarily brought in connection with certain people. Now, in his
    • by a certain inner robustness. Only, as it were, through an outer
    • professional work that he develops a certain anxiety about life. He
    • noticed that he could no longer remember certain things which formerly
    • causing the memory to fail the moment certain ‘shreds’ of
    • following standpoint, so to speak. ‘There is certainly something
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    • certain significance. And he who can evoke a consciousness that just
    • to pictures in a mirror. Certainly, if a mirror is there and throws
    • men and their efforts entirely praiseworthy) has produced a certain
    • certain of these matters in this connection. And I have written down a
    • for cleverness expresses itself by a man forming in a certain logical
    • refine one's ideas, and to evolve higher. And he certainly no longer
    • They are no reality. Of course not. We grasp certain phenomena, think
    • of them rightly for a moment and call them substantives. Certainly
    • extraordinary that certain people go wild when one utters what I have
    • that which is historical can be recognised spiritually — certain
    • reached him in a special form — (this is certainly a personal
    • certain of it when I had read the Bible externally; that I had thus
    • recovered a little, while certain neighbours and friends gathered in
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    • another. Through the fact that certain animals migrated to the dark
    • is in a certain respect produced for him by other powers. On the other
    • etheric body when one is certain that he no longer brings anything of
    • certain extent be able to evaluate karma in order to achieve
    • certain stage of development is called a Sun Hero, because his inner
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    • Certain kinds of animals also have a consciousness on the astral
    • Petrovna Blavatsky mentions especially certain Indian night insects,
    • The astral consciousness possessed by animals, certain plants and
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    • All this was taught in the Mystery Schools and in a certain way, put
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    • warmth, as in a certain sense man today controls the life of the air.
    • contain something new and elemental. A certain barbarism which is
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    • certain respect has overcome the pure man, who has taken into himself
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    • fact brings with it a certain tragedy. Certain men of academic
    • principles had reached a certain degree of maturity, after having been
    • about. In each single incarnation one attains a certain degree of
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    • to determine incarnations, a way which leads more certainly to the
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    • of today therefore still shows certain good or bad qualities coming
    • more material form is called in occultism, for example in certain
    • of crossing the Rubicon and this roused in him certain feelings and
    • nevertheless connected in a certain way with the most earthly concerns
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    • certain sense, we have purely and simply the physical world before us.
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    • today the solar plexus is an active agent in certain animals which
    • certain similarity to the human brain. There is actually a similarity
    • certain organ. This is most aptly expressed in the Buddha legend. It
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    • impart this knowledge to special initiates. At that time certain lofty
    • certain stages of consciousness of the great universe, and the Beings
    • Now let us develop certain concepts as to how man — the ordinary
    • It is certainly necessary to have some measure of occult powers in
    • certain forces, although while there he has not as yet his full
    • from human activity. Up to a certain point, man is free, able to do as
    • engaged with others in creative work on certain aspects of planetary
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    • the 15th, 16th and 17th centuries there lived certain unassuming men
    • when knowledge was still kept secret, there existed a certain system
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    • into the world. A certain man, let us say Mr. Kiem, is the result of
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    • expression there already lies what is meant: ‘By means of a certain
    • development speaks, he will try in certain cases, while speaking, to
    • Then we ascend to what is conscious, what has a certain degree of
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    • we must go back a certain way in the development of humanity. If we
    • science can prove from certain strata of the earth which arose between
    • Atlanteans had not yet developed certain connections with the brain;
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    • Certain species of Elemental Beings in the Astral World — Asuric
    • Yesterday we saw how in a certain way man is connected with
    • has a certain sophisticated cunning — when cold thoughts about
    • the case of certain animals too, such beings are formed, and indeed
    • wherever such substance exists, a certain danger is present. We human
    • It is not the substance in which man is now incarnated. But certain
    • immediately on the astral body of the human being. Here certainly it
    • induces a certain force, in another place it induces another force.
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    • we must certainly not imagine that because of this only physical
    • experiences and certain things from the astral world. As a rule the
    • Certain things are however already present in the etheric body. What
    • the earth has reached a certain degree of material, physical density,
    • acquire certain forces of the earth for themselves. Were the circle of
    • evolve beyond a certain clearly defined stage of development. At the
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    • Actually this is brought about by a certain contemplation of Nature.
    • to grow pure mineral substances. Through this force certain yogis find
    • Devachanic plane except when he is thinking mathematically. Certain
    • counter-effect of thought. Certain people were moved to the depths of
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    • throwing off of certain substances and forces possessed by the astral
    • kingdoms. Certain instincts and forces expelled in this way appeared
    • Thus at a certain stage we find the human being in a form which is
    • a certain point of earth evolution the human being has a developed
    • the etheric body only hold together to a certain degree. Human nature
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    • form having a certain great beauty. Their substance was much softer
    • The Sun-men too had attained a certain high development. There were
    • On the Old Moon the predecessors of man again went through a certain
    • a certain way. The leader of this whole progression is the God who in
    • human beings able to bring forth their own kind Bulls. (Certain animal
    • that certain Monads refused to incarnate. From this, through
    • beings would have possessed the certainty of animals, they could not
    • about that certain Monads waited before incarnating. Through this the
    • arose at this time. Because of it man became uncertain; he must now
    • bring a certain degree of advancement to the Luciferic Principle. The
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    • appears in certain pathological cases. Thus the purpose of single
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    • reflected light. The rays of the sun are reflected in a certain form.
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    • A kind of spiritual darkness came about at a certain moment of
    • Gold, silver, platinum and so on all pass through certain conditions.
    • connection with Mars, quicksilver with Buddhi-Mercury. Certain people
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    • series of planets existed; certainly however there was the entire
    • certain relationship to this Sun-atmosphere. There one perceives the
    • by so doing we actually cause a certain alteration in the body of the
    • creates in this way on the astral plane there are certain directing
    • use of certain specially devised tricks on the physical plane in order
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    • around him. This was so at a certain time when human beings possessed
    • certain way man works destructively on the elemental forces of Nature.
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    • sphere of infectious illnesses. Certain infectious illnesses, unknown
    • their power, through knowledge of certain relationships, to connect
    • certain peoples such things have happened. There are districts in the
    • certain beings had evolved beyond the stage of the human evolution of
    • separate consciousness, his independence, are in a certain sense
    • it is connected with a certain craving for everything that manifests
    • also the connection between certain heat phenomena and illness, namely
    • half of this previous Planet the beings did certainly already strive
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    • will be drawn to certain things, the reasons for which only appear in
    • provide a basis for certain laws of social life. Of course no one
    • Among oriental peoples there is a certain way of practising the art of
    • clear that because they exclude everything else they gain certain
    • for certain that when they only take milk they then develop quite
    • Root-Race. A certain sacredness was claimed for wine. In this
    • certain sense we do the same as when we bleed the animal. Bread and
    • certain culture is in process of destruction and a new one is being
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    • certain modification brought about by the migrating peoples. Its
    • certainly feels that the old
    • Buddhism and Hinduism; this would certainly collapse. Something new
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    • possesses certain traits by virtue of being part of a succession of
    • Certain characteristics we can attribute to heredity; on the other
    • sanguine. Sanguines surrender themselves in a certain sense to the
    • the melancholic is for his teachers to be people who have in a certain
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    • organism we see a certain conclusion, we see the spirit confined
    • that certain faculties of the animal come into evidence in a way
    • his own efforts, so it is with certain faculties and abilities of the
    • self preservation, but then it occurs with certainty — that is
    • certain way bound up with the bodily nature. It is a delightful sight
    • organization. In that the spirit has built up a certain sum total of
    • etheric body is, to a certain point, complete. This etheric body has
    • animal has a certain security in its instincts; it knows which food
    • unerring certainty and it would be absurd to talk to it of reasoning,
    • and has gained the certainty of experiencing the spirit itself at the
    • cost of uncertainty and lack of skill, of imperfectly developed
    • under certain preconditions, be experienced in a particular way. If
    • observing it in certain circumstances. Is there anyone who is not
    • connected with certain work that is being performed by the etheric
    • condition is always present as a certain feeling of well being in the
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    • respect of certain spiritual attributes. To refute such a view we
    • need only point to how certain achievements, obviously attained only
    • enters existence helpless, to a certain extent, where the functions
    • Certainly from the point of view of those who believe they are
    • to man certain possibilities of development into which he takes up
    • animal is so organized that a certain balance is imprinted into it
    • certainly possible to speak of this imprinting of life into the
    • come in a certain way to pour life into his own form. We need
    • end we find that during certain periods of life he has full scope for
    • at a certain age, however, the possibility ceases for the further
    • working of the forces which in childhood had free play. At a certain
    • sense of balance, for the setting up of a certain balanced poise.
    • body. There exists, however, as a certain ground work what may be
    • which is quite obvious; then a definite way of thinking and a certain
    • in a certain way a foundation is laid for the whole understanding of
    • realizes and develops the concept itself. In a certain relation man
    • upon his soul inwardly. Hence in a certain way it can be said: Man is
    • marked a certain life of rights, a moral life among animals. But we
    • certain stage, but can be carried further by developing slumbering
    • to see in reality, for example, in the spatial direction of a certain
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    • consideration of certain facts of spiritual history which today are
    • know that in Greek temples, where the oracles were given, certain
    • at certain times, vapours rose out of the earth, these individuals
    • older Mysteries this was a very usual procedure. At certain times,
    • that he turned over certain questions in his head, as a modern
    • — answers which might afford certain people a measure of
    • measure the true significance of certain transitory phenomena which
    • being. The old initiates often made use of a certain simile when
    • moonlight, when the moon is full. There are, however, certain people
    • certain feeling for spiritual concepts such as these. Then only will
    • repeat certain prayers from ancient times. And if anyone maintains
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    • I want to speak of these things from a certain historical aspect, but
    • of mantrams did not suffice; in this case the performance of certain
    • back from Mercury in certain signs which the ancient initiates knew
    • in the Mysteries gave their pupils a certain mission to fulfil, a
    • simple example; When we want to walk we must have certain forces by
    • The fact that there is a certain disinclination today to admit these
    • these Saturn-forces are connected, in a certain sense, with the
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    • there comes a certain point of time when he ceases to see the stars
    • certain point of time onwards he comes to know the nature of the stars
    • perceptions are, however, dependent in a certain respect upon how he
    • but has a certain kindly understanding of them, letting them be as
    • I have had to describe these matters with a certain subtlety because
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    • Certainly, from a different aspect, the rock-crystal cannot be
    • Certainly, as the earth is today, the mineral element contained in
    • the earth, reveals itself as having a certain special relationship to
    • with those pertaining to the slate-formation. That in a certain way
    • certain deposits of metabolic products — then silicious
    • him: It is certainly not, as you imagine, the gross lead-substance
    • is known that certain rays — alpha rays they are called —
    • radiation, undergoes certain changes, even comes to possess — as
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    • certainly enable us to say that the further back we go in human
    • all the more certain, feeling of what the Greeks felt when such names
    • this reconstruction of the Mystery of Eleusis in a certain respect
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    • came into the world at that time, through certain human
    • knowledge of the world, and are certainly far more skilful organs than
    • of external events. But that at certain points of the chain impulses
    • until, when at last a certain limit is reached, it stops. That is one
    • that there are certain connections in human evolution where those who
    • time conditions call for them to accomplish certain deeds for which
    • certain degree of misconception has arisen by understanding this fact
    • Anyone who has made certain progress in occult development learns to
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    • comprehensible, and this may, to a certain extent, apply where the
    • and modes of thought to a certain change before we are able to form
    • certainly do not. Anyone really pursuing the practical path into the
    • We will proceed first of all from certain ideas to which we must all
    • preference than from any real necessity, to a certain extent this may
    • Threshold, certain processes of the soul, feelings and desires,
    • the moral world it is certainly true that if we think of the
    • not only show a perfectly normal development but, in certain
    • faculty lacking, has an actual effect. It guides a man along a certain
    • soul.” That is not the case with certain beings in the
    • as usually happens at first, the angel in certain cases may be
    • certainly be an easy way. Anyone could then describe the devachanic
    • in a certain manner toward us, so that we learn to know him in a way
    • belongs to those beings who, to a certain extent, have taken part in
    • in a certain sense separated themselves from the path of humanity on
    • think and feel and will, it always necessitates a certain activity of
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    • nature of records you will find allusions to how at a certain stage
    • certain way, and to live it through. All this makes us the men we are.
    • acquires certain forces through the help of beings of the
    • one, but that it may only be entered to a certain degree. It will only
    • leaving you alone, and you remain in your loneliness. At a certain
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    • spiritual experience. It is a certain fundamental feeling that rests
    • make myself clear. Some years ago it suddenly struck me that certain
    • certain super-sensible experiences and he then turns to world
    • literature, he will find that such moods of soul run through certain
    • Now I once made a search for certain states capable of description in
    • describing. But there is certainly nothing to be found in European
    • would be nonsense to apply certain words natural in sensory existence
    • You only feel certain experiences that begin as you go to sleep, and
    • certain respect you are at the same point again, but not in the same
    • expression after a certain time (though it is not correct) —
    • “after a certain time one again stands where one stood
    • certain stage of clairvoyance, or in the conscious experience of
    • sleep. With it is intermingled a certain yearning, a yearning that
    • certain special way that one first lights upon when looking occultly
    • thoroughly assimilated certain important and outstanding facts, think
    • certain respect sufficiently developed for the higher worlds, and in
    • ordinary world. In a certain sense this fear is well-grounded. These
    • worlds, Christ is lost to them. This feeling among certain priestly
    • Thus we have tried to throw a certain light on the concepts of the
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    • to the light of the spirit. There are certain rules and instructions,
    • call attention. Our present age has a certain peculiarity connected
    • a certain respect, might be called an element of the doubtful.
    • manifold too. But when one first begins seriously to observe certain
    • should certainly pay heed to all that is done in a serious and
    • the mighty forces of eternity that, at certain points of time, surge
    • avoid fire, because in certain circumstances it destroys life. On the
    • possible of it with him into spiritual existence. Certain religious
    • without having in a certain respect cast off your selfhood. If you
    • in a life of the senses; I have possessed a certain faculty, but this
    • you have to experience suffering in a certain sphere and by undergoing
    • there. This something has a certain effect and is in a way authentic.
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    • light when we come to certain refinements in occult observation.
    • crossed by the spiritual seer, all that still remains of certain
    • karma of Western culture. In a certain sense these make it not too
    • conceive of a certain relation of the etheric body to the physical
    • that he grows right out beyond earthly existence. Then, at a certain
    • understanding how a soul takes leave of the earth at a certain point
    • its super-sensible beings, it appears as a certain hatred, a state of
    • certainly necessary for those who should know something of spiritual
    • movement, we have here the possibility that, in a certain respect, all
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    • point out, as the result of this knowledge, certain guiding lines
    • that we are able to feel pleasure in what is around us. In a certain
    • Certain feelings arise within us, or force themselves on us, which
    • images of the outer world in certain conditions, and every failing or
    • perceive or feel certain subtleties of the outer world in the right
    • under all circumstances, in a certain sense alone. We know at the
    • interiorise certain refinements in the external world that he has an
    • fillest the whole space up to a certain limit, and yet thou
    • it. ... And when one develops clairvoyant consciousness to a certain
    • which was outspread in space and ran its course in time. To a certain
    • one floated back and forth in time and at a certain point, on
    • sound in a certain way. One does not see the ears as one does in the
    • physical world, but one feels a certain resonance. The whole skin
    • This is done to a certain extent
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    • ourselves, to a certain extent, out of our body. But then we have to
    • extends. And if we do this often, if we acquire a certain amount of
    • enter correctly into these matters and acquire certainty in our
    • I describe as the Midnight Hour, there is at first a certain dullness
    • we arrive at a certain point in our experience between death and
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    • certain sense we should say to ourselves: ‘It will be too great
    • harmony with life, it is because a certain pressure is exercised upon
    • certain conditions when perceptions came from outside, something shot
    • entered with a certain life-giving power. Because they entered in
    • and Babylonian civilisations there were certain times when, on
    • conceptions, to possess the spiritual world as a certainty of the
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    • he must make certain conceptions and ideas his own, which cannot be
    • spiritual world, but it is requisite and necessary for us at certain
    • and it is there in the greatest abundance. To a certain extent we may
    • even in physical life and they show us, to a certain extent, how the
    • tell a lie to someone, it happens at a certain point of time and what
    • world also takes place at a certain point of time between death and
    • comes a certain time when our soul in the spiritual world is entirely
    • at a certain point of time in the spiritual world the opposite
    • fills it with a sort of light, so that it feels more certain than it
    • be a painter and exercise the art of painting to a certain degree; if
    • the following is still the case. Let us suppose that a certain kind
    • it must run a certain course in a fatalistic sense, it can be cured
    • disappearing, but they run somewhat as follows. A certain person
    • has to answer. And he knows that he must give the answer by a certain
    • own spiritual development that at certain times he was able quite
    • First Cause which pervades all and brings all into a certain harmony.
    • between cause and effect; for in a certain way one may see the father
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    • not yet born in us, that in a certain respect will and feeling are
    • given; for before this could be done, it was necessary that certain
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    • result. The action of certain elementals who hinder a good resolution.
    • certain respect during this Midnight Hour of our spiritual existence
    • with particular intensity. We have enjoyed certain things and this is
    • shown us by spiritual vision; we have had certain joys and sorrows in
    • that through the past enjoyment thou art able to develop a certain
    • conscience, that he must not give himself up to certain enjoyment,
    • easily and most certainly at the right attitude, in the
    • for certain beings in the spiritual world with whom we only meet when
    • in order that we may not only have certain capacities, through which
    • spiritual world, so that we look back at certain pleasures we have
    • this our present condition, certain elemental beings disturb us (this
    • to give the service due to certain people in my next incarnation if I
    • which are around us: in a certain way they feel that they are
    • rebirth, and they would then give the death blow to certain of our
    • death; but he really retains certain forces within him which he would
    • suffers a certain loss in the spiritual world. When he has passed
    • belonged in such a way that they reveal to him certain things he must
    • mankind, all these things are even now being experienced to a certain
    • beings who feel: ‘I have certainly within me forces which have
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    • waver always between pride and modesty. We must certainly not give
    • Spiritual Science this should certainly remain no mere idea, no mere
    • connection with a certain chapter in St. John's Gospel) the
    • plant gazes on the lifeless realm of the minerals. ... Certainly it
    • “I certainly stand higher than you in the ranks of beings, but
    • He must gaze down with awe and reverence at that which in a certain
    • yesterday — the social demand which in a certain sense lives in
    • particularly to Christianity, we stand at a turning-point. Certainly
    • following way. In ancient times the gods had a certain task with
    • beings are in a certain sense driven apart, and they have to seek
    • world. From such a backward survey we retain certain feelings and
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    • that the immediate essential is to strive towards a certain
    • differentiation — a certain “membering” — of
    • is that a certain realm of society, embracing all that has to do with
    • certain culmination, so that out of this culmination a deeper
    • soul-experience, a certain human community is formed. This is an
    • and so forth — on its own account. We gain through it a certain
    • related to us karmically from an earlier life. Certainly, there are
    • certainly, in a quite different way — in the
    • out of the soul-nature, certainly, but none the less egoistic. Of
    • establish a certain connection between our property and another's,
    • character is such that in a certain sense it drives us into regions
    • the Gospels (though certainly they ought to be read over and over
    • to spread over the entire face of the earth. In a certain sense that
    • Certainly, the old
    • certain deepening of the inner life, a certain inner experience. But
    • certain thing — which I will indicate in a moment — we
    • are all born with certain prejudices.” Directly we regard the
    • certain defect, for which he must compensate through his own activity
    • there is one thing you will certainly experience and discover. Out of
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    • HERE is truly great significance in how certain
    • the symptomatic meaning of certain things to-day.
    • such a man as Kurt Eisner, who is certainly untouched by this spark
    • say, established in the widest circles. Certainly, in some quarters
    • thoughts in a certain realm to-day? They hold a crystal in their
    • — revealed within certain limits — is bound to be a true
    • the super-sensible world between death and birth leave certain
    • pre-earthly life and in a certain sense equips mankind for life in
    • life before birth — indeed, a certain kinship with it. We
    • depths of this work come the seeds of certain sympathies which are
    • organism. Most certainly, no one can reach this point of view unless
    • attention is now called to the other volcano — and it certainly
    • that socialisation which, in accordance with certain concepts of
    • descendants for more than a certain period — thirty years after
    • attention. Those who speak about the super-sensible have certainly
    • Certainly a noteworthy
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    • these lectures to establish a certain harmony between what we may
    • goes, “theoretically” — I will put forward certain
    • express how it works in certain “Laws”. Another classical
    • pull with a certain force from a to c. Pulling from
    • Parallelogram of Movements. It must be measured and ascertained
    • into difficult and uncertain regions. You are of course aware how
    • certain force. This force we are accustomed to regard as a kind of
    • of action in certain directions. And we have sundry means of
    • how the integral effects will be, in a certain sphere, subject to the
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    • the text-books or go among the physicists to ascertain what ideas
    • down a certain formula, putting it forward today simply as a
    • always have to say, a point) is moving in a certain direction. For
    • would also cause it to move off with a certain velocity if there were
    • p is acting on the mass m, a certain effect will of
    • growing velocity, and there will be a certain measure of this
    • beam. We can thus weigh the object; we ascertain its weight. We now
    • and even certain lesser shades of green. Why do I emphasise that the
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    • Within a certain distance either way, such a picture will be able to
    • to and fro within a certain range, I should still get the picture
    • IIIc). I look and see it in a certain direction. Such is the
    • indeed admit this; they too have ascertained that all you get is
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    • with the fundamental fact we have just now been ascertaining. Then,
    • certain other phenomena, they set to work to explain it in a
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    • exposure the stone went on shining for a time, emitting a certain
    • cause a body to remain coloured still for a certain time after
    • a so-called “body” flowing through space with a certain
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    • were going into certain matters of principle which I will now try to
    • to it). You certainly will not deny that when you look at light the
    • filled with light it is always filled with light of a certain
    • filled with darkness of a certain intensity. We must proceed from the
    • the other we shall be able to ascribe a certain degree of intensity,
    • a certain strength. Now we may ask: How does the positive filling of
    • we shall find that things are wholes only in certain respects. Even
    • too cannot exist save at certain temperatures and under other
    • will ascertain that there is a connection between the vibrations
    • ascertain by means of such phenomena as we have seen in our
    • of light in a certain way, the electro-magnet affects the phenomenon
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    • did. In the last resort I wish to lead you to a certain kind of
    • fully when we go on from certain kinds of physical phenomena to
    • them — not, it is true, with our ordinary body, but certainly
    • which to lift ourselves above a certain level or niveau.
    • which he began, they would have said no more than that a certain
    • number, a certain figure expresses the relation which can be
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    • elements. It has first a certain intensity; secondly a certain
    • pitch; thirdly a certain quality or colouring of sound. The problem
    • is to ascertain what corresponds to the pitch, — to ascertain
    • fact which can indeed easily be ascertained. Whenever we perceive a
    • in a certain faculty of speed, or of velocity.
    • is, in the world outside us, no more nor less than a certain
    • is another pendulum clock; it must, admittedly, be of a certain
    • through the ear must first interact in a certain way with the inner
    • first the retina, then the vitreous body, and then for certain
    • certain lower animals), — this part alone I shall be able
    • space along certain lines, of which an image was there. So have the
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    • of resin, is made to develop a certain force by rubbing it with
    • other. They confront each other with a certain tension, which they
    • another, are in a certain tension, striving to resolve it. No doubt
    • prominently in the electric fishes and certain other creatures. It
    • was it difficult to do so within certain limits. One could release
    • here once again it was waves! It certainly seemed to justify the
    • glass tube from which the air has to a certain extent been pumped
    • tubes, to get to know their conditions and reactions. Certain
    • electrifying certain bodies, and also shew characteristic reactions
    • irradiated at all, but under certain conditions will emit rays in
    • properties these bodies have. They ray-out certain lines of force
    • making certain computations, from the deflection one may now deduce
    • certain lower animals is but the symptom — becoming manifest
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    • that certain entities, regarded as material substances, emit
    • phenomena themselves with human thinking. Now to this end certain
    • (albeit, in a certain sense, from the wrong angle). What men
    • regarded as most certain and secure, that they could most rely on,
    • 19th century, the Geometry itself began to grow uncertain. It
    • — and something radically different. For we have certainly
    • good throughout a certain series, but then there comes a point
    • instance, starting from certain rigid ideas about the nature of a
    • mathematical certainty that air could not be liquefied. Yet air was
    • liquefied, for at a certain point it emerged that the ideas which
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    • senses, and in a certain respect also the world of soul, that we have
    • It will certainly be known to everyone here that there are definite
    • to awaken certain inner faculties slumbering in normal daily life, so
    • colour is merely an effect; nor can anybody say with certainty whether
    • certain respect man is given up to them? And is there anyone who, if
    • certain possibilities of penetrating through them? Is there something
    • can reveal itself to us when in the course of certain normal processes
    • Under certain circumstances this experience of ecstasy can lead a man
    • more and more deeply into himself transforms certain feelings into
    • experiences, acquire a certain feeling about their soul-life as a
    • must have done certain things, even though I cannot remember them. If
    • certain respect, as we do in the abnormal state of ecstasy described
    • nothing. Now for a certain reason of which we shall hear a great deal,
    • a certain reality. The existence of a world can be denied only as long
    • a certain extent induce those conditions that were described at the
    • penetrating to a certain extent into the etheric body; he sees more
    • experiences, whether that of perceiving in ecstasy certain happenings
    • see with our eyes and hear with our ears arouses in us certain
    • We have thus pointed to a certain connection between the worlds of
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    • criticised on that account; in a certain respect it is justified in
    • By considering certain familiar experiences and facts we will now
    • certain dreams; but it is not so in the majority of cases; in a
    • certain sense he acts like an automaton, impelled by obscure urges of
    • happening to him when he wakes? At night a certain force is able to
    • The same influence which makes itself felt in certain abnormal
    • example, some colour, nevertheless a certain inner process is always
    • give rise to certain inner states; everyone will realise that the
    • external sense-world in so far as it arouses certain feelings of
    • us remain cold and impassive but fills us with certain feelings. So
    • sleep at night. You will notice that there is a certain correspondence
    • different domain but which for certain reasons can be studied in
    • day this signifies — namely that at a certain season of the year,
    • Saturn or Jupiter or Mars are to be found in certain months of the
    • certain macrocosmic powers. From this timepiece of our planetary
    • at the centre. I will leave out details. At a certain time of the year
    • signify something that comes to expression in a certain respect in our
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    • particular but merely to point out that certain observations led
    • certain processes and objects in space and certain processes and
    • the lower kingdom. And man, having reached a certain height, should
    • endure in order to reach a certain stage of development. Only by
    • certain way what belongs to our solar system. We can look up to the
    • consists in the fact that, like the mystic, a man develops certain
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    • physical body to be transformed to a certain extent. If we observe a
    • physical bodies on waking, a man can acquire a certain knowledge of
    • realise with ever greater certainty what is right and what is wrong;
    • light. A certain equilibrium must be established between the inner
    • This experience is followed by another which gives us the certain
    • knowledge that certain forces in the Macrocosm are beginning to be
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    • happen to certain individuals. They wake up with a certain sense of
    • today is that man subordinates himself to a certain degree only and
    • influence when he is descending into his inner being. A certain
    • certain time the candidate for this Initiation had the feeling that he
    • out certain definite, inherited characteristics? He would never do so
    • to the pupil that man is connected in a certain way with his inherited
    • ultimately to inherit. Nor does he merely inherit them; in a certain
    • had been led to a certain stage by the priest of Hermes, he was
    • the process we have heard of certain qualities which one who is
    • of his retrospective journey he discovers that in a certain epoch of
    • because we possess an astral body which in a certain way permeates our
    • a teacher, we also emerge from ourselves in a certain sense. The path
    • It only remains to be said that certain later mystics strove to find
    • dangers for him had he persisted beyond a certain point in these
    • efforts to achieve inner deepening by his own method. At a certain
    • Tauler had one from a certain time in his life onwards. [* See
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    • higher Initiation in certain ancient Mysteries. It has been mentioned
    • provided he retains a certain degree of consciousness, was described
    • particularly in certain parts of Europe, a candidate who was to be
    • times because men were still imbued with a certain healthy, elemental
    • example to the budding life of nature in Spring. Certainly, any human
    • them a superfluity of Ego-force, and now, in accordance with certain
    • to a stage where certain higher truths connected with the Macrocosm
    • reminiscence of this has been preserved in certain societies existing
    • conscious to a certain extent of the processes connected with going to
    • experience is connected with a certain feeling of being tortured by
    • spiritual. Certainly, at this first stage of the World of the
    • physical world but those used for certain qualities common to a
    • the physical world reveal themselves to us in certain states which we
    • Elementary World, he feels as if from certain places something were
    • in a social order, in certain forms of society, under definite social
    • because certain invisible spiritual Beings have worked on him. If the
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    • Yesterday we tried to acquire a certain insight into what is called
    • normal human consciousness and not with clairvoyance, we find certain
    • a certain respect an exception. In the Elementary World what is called
    • Certain subtleties in our experiences are necessary if we are to
    • a certain respect. If we speak with unprejudiced minds our ordinary
    • certain store of spiritual-scientific knowledge protects us from
    • To reach a certain stage of knowledge it is always necessary to
    • evolved to further stages in such a way that for certain reasons it
    • Thus at the boundary of the World of Spirit, certain Beings touch this
    • boundary from above and assume certain qualities; certain functions
    • world whence certain higher spiritual Beings themselves derive their
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    • the hours of sleep the Ego must certainly not be sought within the
    • physical and etheric bodies in a certain consolidated form. But what
    • To clairvoyant consciousness the Ego is always present in a certain
    • Accordingly we may say: At this particular point certain forces are
    • physical organism of the eye, for example. We hold back certain forces
    • and allow certain others to pass through — these latter being
    • must be a certain law and order corresponding to that of the solar
    • connected with our time-system. There is a certain irregularity for
    • forces which have formed our nervous system, we shall certainly find a
    • of a certain irregularity is explained by the fact that man is
    • man — but not the plant — is able to do. Thus in a certain
    • plant but at the cost of a certain deterioration.
    • elaborating mental images and conceptions which have a certain
    • Rose-Cross is related in a certain respect to the outer world, but it
    • life from time to time, we certainly ask ourselves the question: What
    • the next stage, as soon as the man has acquired a certain skill in
    • and eddying within us, a certain progress has been made. We can then
    • a final experience. Certainly this path is a hard one for many people
    • will surely come but it must be achieved by practising a certain
    • can we be aware of a certain progress; but although at the beginning
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    • humanity. We described how by adopting certain measures for his life
    • consciously into the spiritual worlds. Certainly this is also possible
    • already enables man to have a certain insight into the higher world.
    • or certain formulae in which great world-secrets are briefly
    • quite certainly lead us into error. With ordinary intellectual
    • establish in the soul a certain sense of responsibility towards truth
    • those who out of certain primitive feelings — which are entirely
    • higher development must for a certain time also undergo training in
    • with the heart. Then there remains with him a certain habit of
    • way many a man will feel when certain statements are made that the one
    • seventh day, although he knows for certain that it had been finished
    • a certain justification; we must learn how to think, as the
    • certain category of phenomena he could have performed an enormous
    • justification, but in a certain domain only. Spiritual thinking must
    • there are certain processes in the brain which explain thinking’
    • consciousness a person stands at a certain place and knows that in
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    • mistakes. There it is necessary to have the inner certainty which will
    • interesting fact that in our very blood we have an image of certain
    • In a certain respect everything connected with evolution has its
    • ordinary memory which may have a certain exactitude; secondly, a kind
    • the heart is the older organ and had to be elaborated in a certain
    • professor who rotates a drop of oil but we have a picture of certain
    • certain distance from the Sun and in a definite relationship with the
    • because our intellect is constituted in a certain way. But our
    • that answer gives a certain indication that man must also change his
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    • certain respects. You will have realised that if every aspect of these
    • long periods of time and have been brought to a certain stage of
    • becomes an active force. — In this sense certain supplementary
    • perceive a certain inner deficiency. It is absolutely true that the
    • take place something that in a certain sense happens every morning
    • necessarily have been burnt up. Yes, certainly, if the human physical
    • aeriform or gaseous state was possible, and certainly what we call the
    • that certain Spirits, the Spirits of Will, let their own essence
    • presented, questioning ceases to have meaning at a certain point.
    • the lung, we can say that in a certain way it presupposes the lung, it
    • Macrocosm but in a certain sense we also give them back, although we
    • in a certain sense recognise each other and feel akin. Where else in
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    • see how particular spiritual impulses arise at certain moments
    • The success of the scientific outlook, which certainly has a
    • help being aware of a certain feeling or attitude toward
    • ascertain why it is not possible at the present time to find
    • the need to breathe, evolve certain chemical, physical
    • discovers certain physical processes in the digestive system
    • having arrived at certain things in ordinary, everyday soul
    • life. Without having reached a certain point in our ordinary
    • Vischer says: it is quite certain that the soul nature cannot
    • be in the bodily nature, but it is also just as certain that it
    • go only a certain distance and no further. In contenting
    • able to grasp inwardly how in certain moments of his life the
    • outer sense world. We can impose a certain resignation, a
    • certain renunciation upon ourselves, we can learn at such
    • into human soul life, so that at certain points we really
    • human soul they find it characteristic that in certain respects
    • passing before his soul according to certain laws. These
    • having attained a certain development, and which also empowers
    • starting point for investigating the spirit, certain phenomena
    • character, of the spirit, certain phenomena of human soul life
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    • science. I pointed out further that there is a certain
    • of the soul certain forces that slumber in it which remain
    • But I must take certain things for granted, which were
    • aspect where it is certainly sufficiently well known that it
    • into the experience afresh. With certain characteristic
    • second, third or fourth time. But then it is certainly not a
    • use of our physical life if we were not able to acquire certain
    • skills, certain habits, if we were not in a position of being
    • easy — to achieve certain
    • bring about a repetition of certain experiences, consists
    • In ordinary life people are accustomed to take a certain time
    • decisions in certain situations, to see quickly what has to be
    • to a certain category, to be put in its particular place.
    • finally they are able to direct the dream in certain respects.
    • dreams, although in certain respects they may appear like
    • happens in the human organism when certain abnormal phenomena
    • sense organs, but rather by the inner organs. If certain organs
    • He certainly lives in the super-sensible, but
    • certainly able to reach into the sphere of the super-sensible
    • particular configuration at a certain time. But there is,
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    • certain respects we cannot take for granted that we can
    • to natural science. In using it I certainly do not wish to link
    • five year old, a child has certain capacities in his soul which
    • are certainly capacities in us which are hidden which we can
    • experience a certain satisfaction in its research for answers
    • prepared through a certain training of the will. We can show
    • is manifested, how certain organs or parts of organs only need
    • technical sense, concentration on certain spheres of
    • ideas. The cultivation of these methods is certainly not easier
    • way art is renewed at the same time. We can certainly
    • will also disappear again after a certain time. The earth
    • home. Then others will follow. For it is certain that in the
    • will be essential. It is certain that even those who hate the
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    • which certain souls today still feel connected with the spiritual
    • means, the physical instrument, for the application of certain powers
    • Initiate is able to attain certain knowledge without the use of a
    • uncertain but will go straight to the place where he has put them;
    • for remembering past lives and others who are not able. Certain
    • certain sense it is possible for every human being to unfold
    • can, as a rule, look back only to a certain point that lies before
    • is certainly no need to become fanatical in order to recognise the
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    • what may in a certain sense be called the renewal of the Mystery of
    • they have become in a certain sense also the leaders of mankind as a
    • certain sense it may therefore be said that from the twentieth
    • perceive that in certain worlds lying immediately behind our own a
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    • is clear that Nicholas already possessed a certain amount of ambition
    • a certain intimacy with God and contemplation of the spirit might
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    • this something does not suffice to bring me certainty of my own
    • certainty and knowledge. From the communications passed on to him, he
    • ideas and concepts. These may have the certainty of mathematics, but
    • and spirit. But it has become lifeless for us and the most certain of
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    • Nobody notices how much matters have changed. We take a certain
    • from time to time, but within certain limits this is regarded as the
    • they had the right model for the attainment of inward certainty.
    • and Copernicus can certainly be described more or less in the same terms
    • and mathematics are one, though only in a certain connection. For a
    • side in space, although certain academic persons have accused
    • Let us now focus on this division for a certain purpose. To begin
    • directions. In walking, we place ourselves in a certain manner into
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    • sounds somewhat radical and objections could certainly be made to
    • For dogmatic reasons, but with a certain justification, Berkeley
    • certainly were, for the new way of approach had to come. Anyone who
    • Therefore certain mysteries of the world can be comprehended only if
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    • world. Therefore, with no uncertainty in his mind, he knew how to
    • apply his concepts, his ideas, to the world. This uncertainty has
    • developing under this condition of uncertainty. This state of affairs
    • time — all this, belonging to the primary qualities, certainly
    • and so forth in the surrounding world. Certainly, in earlier times,
    • is simply this: uncertainty has entered into his relationship with
    • experiencing. This uncertainty slowly crept into all of modern
    • from the existence of something like a corpse. Certainly, if a living
    • From the uncertainty that has entered all thinking concerning the
    • itself; for a certain length of time, the two parts are indivisible;
    • this uncertainty, contrasting it to the certainty that existed in the
    • uncertainty is not only recognized but theoretical justifications
    • to justify scientific uncertainty, Poincaré's lecture
    • It is hardly surprising that uncertainty should result from an age
    • our fatal uncertainty is confirmed and justified. Theories begin to
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    • longer be found, so that they became free-floating in a certain
    • qualities, vibrations that were formed in a certain way, but no
    • To a certain extent science investigates man's inner nature,
    • we experience as sound seems to be connected with certain forms of
    • air vibrations, just as color is connected with certain processes in
    • would certainly produce more penetrating perceptions in this area.
    • out of a certain instinct, and this instinct led him to say that one
    • proceeded with a certain inner consistency in the various branches of
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    • person a certain distance. You will consciously experience his
    • certain disintegration of the organism. This in turn tears the
    • This shows that we have an inherent need to obliterate certain
    • to move in the same way, I would have to acquire a certain speed, and
    • you to do this. You feel a certain inner impetus, and the last thing
    • And it was a picture that certainly can be drawn. Yet, this picture
    • certain amount of human feeling. Just as you can understand the
    • existence along with this separation of certain processes of nature
    • But if one wants to go beyond this conception, which is certainly the
    • Instead, one could only hypothesize the inner process. In a certain
    • objective process. If I myself am running, I certainly cannot claim
    • Newton was still quite certain that he could assume absolute
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    • modern times. Now I will try to throw light from a certain standpoint
    • what in certain epochs was practiced as initiation science, a science
    • knowledge. It will unfold further in the future. If we have a certain
    • of a certain chemical principle, as we would say today, in the
    • organs with sharply defined contours. Of course, from a certain
    • with a certain instinct. He felt the lack of something that he
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    • discussed to that in a certain sense the picture will be rounded
    • I have tried to put a certain end to this talk. The first time was in
    • alive. In a certain sense, they can be more dead than a corpse,
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    • be said that this view on the matter was, from a certain point of
    • time when people must pay attention to certain other things if they
    • science itself must come certain questions simply overlooked in
    • being of heat under the influence of certain ideas to be described
    • itself, a relation which must be all means be established in certain
    • study of certain symptoms of disease, since the varying capacity to
    • being. Certain questions must be asked, questions that call above
    • certain processes. Think what you would have to do if you were obliged
    • this fact that we do not bring into our consciousness certain
    • It is this which has been the uncertain point in human thinking since
    • had already orientated human thinking about certain processes in a
    • Let us assume we have the distance traveled by Achilles in a certain
    • introducing the matter. Here is the ball; it consists of a certain
    • related things they get certain notions about the sun. They describe
    • certain claims that the facts support the description. Now I have
    • the findings of certain English investigators in regard to the bending
    • relativity have received a certain amount of confirmation. But final
    • available today. Then certain things already deduced from modern
    • earth. All matter on the earth has a certain degree of intensity in
    • certain extent, in my last course, that in the case of the phenomena
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    • body of a certain length without breadth or thickness and turn our
    • — the volume of an expanded body heated to a certain temperature is:
    • fact of striking out certain values which cannot be adequately
    • certain extent in order to gain insight into the things involved in a
    • new impulse given by a certain scientific spirit in Europe through
    • Christianity. This in a certain sense, hindered the process of
    • to remain in the realm of the demonstrable, put certain fundamental
    • The essential thing is that the consciousness of certain things was
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    • line has a certain length:
    • as a surface and certainly the third power
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    • striving for a certain particular goal. We are trying to place
    • phenomena. We have become acquainted in a general way with certain
    • bring before you certain relations which come up when we have to do
    • by saying that gaseous or vaporous bodies may to a certain extent
    • relation of heat to certain facts. We have here in the left hand tube,
    • us is always under a certain pressure, the usual atmospheric pressure,
    • what must happen if we are to throw aside certain obstacles that
    • heat condition. Speaking in a certain sense I might say that if I had
    • and color perception to a certain member of your entire organism. If
    • that we have certain organs within our bodies by means of which we
    • for sound, the organ of taste for certain chemical processes, etc. We
    • Now, usually, attention is drawn to the fact that there are certain
    • certain organs. This entity escapes us. Therefore, say the physicists
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    • of various bodies to the being of heat. You will realize that certain
    • impress of certain relations involving the being of heat, at first
    • to certain inner experiences of the human being himself which he has
    • operations. This is what makes them seem so certain to us. What is not
    • an organ placed in a certain part of our make-up, that appears
    • uncertain and empirical. This is the real distinction. Now, I wish to
    • call your attention to a certain fact. When we dip down into the
    • a mechanical reeling-off of certain processes, and along with this go
    • certain thing. We notice that in order to do this, our entire inner
    • why, under certain conditions, the temperature as determined by a
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    • produce crystal form which must be present and active to a certain
    • surface of water there is a certain tendency which, when I picture it
    • correctly from a certain point of view, we discover in them a picture
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    • in the heat being by a manifestation of certain phenomena in gases.
    • there is no necessity to enter into its real nature. A certain concept
    • The cure for this situation is that first a certain number of people
    • therefore, in a certain way individualize gravity. Thus we see that
    • Certainly, we have not completely attained our goal but we have
    • through which we could show that certain processes of the earth,
    • certain cases when we have to darken the room artificially, etc. But
    • in other phenomena that take place within a certain null sphere, we do
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    • over. Thus we can ascertain whether the whole of the heat has gone
    • of energy, let us say of a certain form, and another energy appears,
    • this transformation however, it is apparent that a certain law
    • certain amount unchanged. Thus it is impossible in a closed system to
    • fact that certain ideas have been drawn from experiment bearing on the
    • of my experimental implements, I certainly am not myself in a vacuum,
    • space, I am still not entirely certain but that this empty space is
    • otherwise have had. It is quite certain indeed, that I cannot consider
    • a certain way. Holding in mind this passage from solid to fluid and
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    • said: this paper in a certain sense brings to a conclusion the kind of
    • speaking precisely, this accompanies the tone entity, under certain
    • condition. But when we bring about in a gas certain orderly
    • conditions would be right again for his existence.) We would certainly
    • of necessity have to think not of a world-cycle only, but of a certain
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    • attention to he realm of corporeality, we can in a certain way, set
    • through a certain interaction with the heat being of outer nature in
    • If I experience heat in nature, then I experience what works in a certain way as my will. In the thinking and willing man we have what meets us in outer nature as form and heat respectively.
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    • By carrying out the experiment in a suitable way as certain
    • magnet alters certain lines, changes the picture of the spectrum
    • primary thing, has working within it certain forces. Not only must
    • qualities. For the realm of heat this principle takes on a certain
    • certain physicists have had these things right under their noses but
    • If the physicist expresses by formulae certain processes, and he has
    • a certain region — beyond this it is not valid.” And in
    • but only by virtue of a certain habit of thinking about those limits
    • certain effects, pressure effects. Here is the non-spatial (red)
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    • call your attention to a certain fact. This fact is one which we must
    • that there is a certain difficulty in understanding what is really
    • I said there was a certain difficulty in understanding what a
    • certain bodies is not to be immediately derived from the nature of
    • in regard to heat by the addition of certain other conceptions.
    • a certain condition depends on this temperature difference,
    • how much heat I will need to get a certain degree of conduction. The greater
    • mind certain relations. We cannot simply say with the energeticists,
    • for instance, “a given quantity of heat changes into a certain
    • but we must bring in certain other values when a process of this kind
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    • their entirety, you can conclude with a fair degree of certainty, at
    • a certain very loose relationship to be observed between heat effects
    • of Z with vital effects. However, as you see, there is a certain
    • in solid bodies. We know that under terrestrial conditions a certain
    • but is there no longer. Certain inner relationships of the things
    • possible. For this second law really tears a certain realm of
    • certain other phenomena and essentially and profoundly modified by
    • time. Physics is not eternal. In the case of certain types of
    • general view over the phenomena we have considered and bring certain
    • come to a certain view so neatly expressed by Eduard von Hartmann. The
    • certain series of phenomena indicates, that the entropy of the cosmos
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    • to certain ones. They are the following. When we bring before our eyes
    • chemical dissociations occur, all that has a certain relation to the
    • by itself in a certain independence over against the material realm.
    • action in fluids. Then there comes about a certain wide independence
    • world. It is this which gives a certain characteristic to the physics
    • certain individuality. It takes its origin from the periphery of the
    • chemical processes to do with a certain relationship between Y and
    • Y′, and in tone we have to do with a certain relationship
    • the sphere we meet successively certain sets of conditions. For
    • instead of being misinterpreted fantastically as due to certain
    • that the inner friction of clouds which are certainly moist is
    • material body mutually react on one another we see a certain thing
    • depends precisely on this that we have within us a certain condition
    • What causes chemical effects within us produces certain orderly
    • do to promote a certain way of thinking, has for its object to bring
    • We must, my friends, give thought to certain things. We must push
    • You will certainly find many things in these lectures that are
    • old formulae the ideas I have indicated to you, that certain
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    • say they are right to a certain extent; for mostly the grounds on
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    • thinks out a mathematical problem can be fairly certain that he is
    • subject of meditation something which one knows for certain to be
    • quite certainly cannot have occurred to us before. It is of no
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    • certain sense as a more recent part of the soul. That which is
    • from what has been explained, certain results for a Philosophy which
    • certain sense through exercises for this inspiration. We are not, it
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    • intuitively this leads to certainty on the subject of repeated earth
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    • finds himself in the purely spiritual world for a certain time before
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    • with certain knowledge of its living passage through them. For
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    • to live with a certain independence, for their activities are not
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    • counteract certain kinds of too strongly stimulating or too actively
    • can be found in certain functions of the organism itself, which in a
    • there. After a certain time man can find the transition to a state of
    • to man as follows: At a certain period of existence after death, human
    • withdrawing from the lunar activities at a certain point after his
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    • in the future, but not until a certain point of time was it necessary
    • certain number of people, but they would necessarily be individuals who
    • Moses at that time? His clairvoyant power had developed to a certain
    • to see how certain forces surge up from the body below and then stream
    • our self? Certainly not in us alone! To think that would be egoistic. The
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    • will make clear by an example. Suppose that in a certain year some properly
    • has already been discovered. If, therefore, in the year 1900 a certain
    • expression of certain beings of soul. Here again we will study the results
    • ask if all of them are able to find a place there. Certainly they are,
    • when a certain degree of maturity has been reached, means bliss for
    • physical world you are certainly right in saying this. But it must not be
    • their souls live in the astral realm. Thus there is a certain systematic
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    • Nevertheless, in a certain respect the human being differs from the animal
    • developed a certain faculty of clairvoyance has also acquired such mastery
    • physical form. Otherwise, in a certain respect, left and right correspond
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    • in the astral world and is impelled by certain forces to the locality
    • incarnate. You know that procreation is connected with certain impulses
    • with it only after a certain time. From the moment of conception this
    • of the woman; through being hardened, in a certain respect killed, it
    • and more beautiful meaning when we realize that in a certain sense the
    • these laws extinguish its power in a certain respect. Just as through
    • certain degree, whereas after death, when the etheric body is again free,
    • in one direction or another, of changing in certain respects. From this
    • The eye sees by habit, certainly, but what it sees has an effect upon
    • store of memories for the etheric body, until he has developed certain
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    • the astral body behave toward the heart? Certainly not always wisely!
    • unaccustomed to any form of alcoholic beverage was tempted by certain
    • account of certain organic conditions this made such an impression that
    • that in certain respects tallies with occult cosmology. The girl was
    • place. Certain beings permeated the human physical body together with
    • were to be found on Old Sun? Certain Spirits of Personality had not
    • the earth if a severance had not taken place at a certain point of time.
    • But on Old Moon there were other beings as well. There were certain
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    • of other beings. Hence a kind of severance took place at a certain point
    • cloud-body. Certain conditions brought about a densification or hardening
    • is the only reminder of a certain inner life. On Old Moon there were
    • certain moon beings who were not sufficiently advanced to keep abreast
    • although certain important members of their constitution were not yet
    • food he was guided by certain pictures that rose up before him, and
    • Moon at a lower stage. Then again there took place a certain recession
    • have been working on it and at a certain point in their evolution have
    • to the sphere of the present Saturn. At a certain stage the spiritual
    • the sun a difficult, sombre period now began for the earth, in a certain
    • was that certain beings simply could not at that time have returned
    • by a certain softening. This could take place because the wise beings
    • a certain amount of wisdom from the last third of the nineteenth century
    • there is a certain connection between the races and cosmic bodies and
    • then on began to have a certain meaning, a certain significance. Race
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    • strength and quality. Certain substances dissolved. The whole earth
    • upon man. Firstly, a certain enthusiasm, a certain zeal could be kindled
    • to be found today in certain lunatics who on account of the liberation
    • lengthy — the external world would have appeared to man at a certain
    • from outside, deludes man to a certain extent, causing the external
    • these vehicles near the earth in the air that was still dense to a certain
    • at a certain stage of hardening, as in the case of the animals. Because
    • mastered the forces of nature and in a certain way was still able to
    • a certain degree, guided and led the Mars race, the Jupiter race, and
    • the great Masters of Wisdom who are allowing certain spiritual treasures
    • of wisdom to flow into humanity. Those possessed of certain qualities
    • respond to this call as did certain human beings long ages ago; they
    • Materialism and the department store give it a certain characteristic
    • in space. You yourselves are aware that certain currents, certain streams,
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    • All events in the world need a certain time to take effect. On Sinai,
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    • in the course of evolution; it has certain antecedents and must be amenable
    • a certain amount of good.
    • take place, yet continual progress is certain. In the Atlantean epoch,
    • feelings and life of thought the pupil must give himself up to certain
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    • completely new, must call forth a certain distrust against the
    • than Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. He certainly belongs not only to the
    • truths; they could not be grasped merely by the intellect. A certain
    • mood was necessary, a certain disposition of the soul, which I will
    • that a man is transformed thereby. A certain shyness must possess a
    • himself at a certain stage of his development which is accomplished
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    • interesting that certain individuals not far behind us in time may be
    • aware of this, through certain secrets. The Old Man says he knows
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    • according to certain laws so that in ancient times the sun rose in
    • spirit, had to shine for him with the same certainty as the outer sun,
    • this inner certainty to man.
    • and gives us inner strength and certainty of hope. It makes possible
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    • certainly more so now than in the time of Goethe. Who today can still
    • certain within himself.
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    • All the rest will, in certain respects, come of itself when, as time
    • Certainly when we act morally, spiritual impulses play a part in our
    • there certain truths which tell us that there are various worlds
    • certain moment then comes, a moment in which the blue sky ceases to be
    • having at the same time a certain love of such things — it is
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    • plants are, so to speak, drawn out of the earth by certain beings
    • approach these beings we see that they stand in a certain relation to
    • certain degree of heat, a certain temperature. If occult vision
    • a certain relation to what are called the elements of earth, water,
    • if we draw aside the physical, we come certainly to a plurality, but
    • certainly not so easy to penetrate to this astral body of the earth as
    • astronomer ascertains through calculation about the rotation of the
    • the astral body. In a certain respect this perception is really a
    • certain respect penetrates through to the sense-world; so that in a
    • certain way we can perceive its image in the sense-world; this also
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    • acquainted with certain spiritual beings which occult vision can
    • make clear certain attributes of human nature, and we can then proceed
    • his own nature. Thus in a certain sense for these beings of a higher
    • consciousness arises for them — in a certain sense they sleep.
    • manifest themselves externally, and in a certain sense they lose it
    • development must have, is the striving, in a certain sense, to subdue
    • know that certain truths, certain things in the world, simply please
    • or do not please us; that certain things affect us sympathetically, or
    • occultly, be rooted out of his heart; he must, in a certain sense, be
    • which we live, we are born at a certain time and at a certain place;
    • born as physically embodied human beings at a certain time and at a
    • certain place, we are surrounded by all sorts of things which call
    • distributed over our planet, we are, in a certain sense, placed under
    • externally; and how, in a certain way, it is coloured by our
    • experiences. Nevertheless, a certain difference exists.
    • different besides, in regard to this inner world. It is certainly our
    • certain coloring; — but we can also experience something quite
    • certain troubles which we similarly ourselves have passed through;
    • because he can take pleasure, in a certain sense, in the things which
    • certain moral ideals, or certain logical ideals which no man can
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    • path roughly indicated yesterday, he gains a certain feeling of what
    • Thus we can accurately distinguish a certain stage in the occult
    • a certain sense, “I am here; and that being which I see is
    • that everything which lives changes its form, in a certain respect, as
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    • by means of which they have, in a certain sense become quite
    • instance, the animals belonging to a certain species have a definite
    • of them as separate unities. In a certain sense the physical body of
    • with a certain reverent caution to speak in concise concepts
    • many significant and speaking ideas; ideas which, to a certain extent
    • exalted beings to whom we refer, but we can, to a certain extent, call
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    • filled with the spirit-world above them. A certain number of the
    • themselves the power not to manifest certain inner experiences
    • independence and freedom. At a certain time a number of beings of the
    • I have now tried to indicate to you how certain beings of the Third
    • in the Sun, and from there sets boundaries to certain etheric
    • substances, certain masses of ether, so that what we call occult
    • planets. But within the cosmos there are certain spiritual beings
    • substance to a certain distance; there worked the abnormal Spirits of
    • never to be made in natural science. There are certain conditions that
    • aid what occult vision can actually see. It is certainly abundantly
    • certain things which even if they were not traditional and not to be
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    • which is, to a certain extent, visible to the external consciousness
    • remain above, certain of their offspring, which we have called the
    • the Seraphim down to the Spirits of Wisdom, alone have a certain power
    • expressions he means something essentially different. It certainly
    • certainly permeates the liver as water does a sponge, has no special
    • body, but were to form it into some sort of organ, and by a certain
    • if we fix our occult gaze upon a certain number of forms, of
    • The differences certainly become ever greater and greater. The
    • cometary life is such that a certain impartiality of occult vision is
    • distance. Now because certain comets return periodically, physical
    • complete whole in certain respects, from the force-aspect; and yet
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    • have described) certain beings of the higher hierarchies.” This
    • mineral world would be specially influenced. Certain beings of the
    • animal and plant kingdoms would certainly have to be quite different
    • with what he has become. In this way we can in a certain sense
    • lies. The difference is ascertained by trying to bring the two
    • use of a certain clairvoyant observation of our own earth as it is at
    • certain way with these clairvoyant impressions. I will once more give
    • certainly many among you know the impression which comes occasionally
    • certain things. In the symbolical explanations of the Saga I have
    • question of having to form a certain concept, for we cannot well
    • the Sun-condition, which for certain reasons is called the Saturn
    • consider the animal, it is quite certain that we find the physical
    • the physical world, has no meaning except to certain modern
    • are even certain theosophists today who were filled with respect when
    • a certain well-known student of nature, Raoul France, ascribed a soul
    • quite correct, that there are certain plants which, when a little
    • natural-philosopher would certainly not ascribe a soul; I mean a
    • “Logos” may be, a spider he certainly is not; neither can
    • enough according to what Natural Science has ascertained, for the
    • there is pain even in the plant world; this is certainly felt when we
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    • at once arise if a certain materialistic Darwinism were to say in our
    • so much intelligence, so much even of a certain instinctive morality
    • descriptions as a very great acquisition; and in a certain respect it
    • certainly is a sign of human progress. Yet the wasps knew this art
    • from each other than do the human races. Certainly we find great
    • case. If we direct our gaze to a certain direction in space, occult
    • man had a certain original primitive clairvoyance, the following was
    • gaze to one part of the heavens I encounter certain forces, while in
    • another direction I encounter certain other forces.” And men were
    • also aware that from certain points specially precise and definite
    • can, in a certain sense, describe the group-egos as offspring of the
    • the animals dwell on the various planets, so also do certain Luciferic
    • differentiate the human race, which was actually, in a certain sense,
    • Archangeloi; certain periods of civilisation are guided by the Spirits
    • of the Age, and also certain spheres (as we shall see) by the Spirits
    • civilizations in human evolution; so that for certain long periods of
    • peculiar line which puts forth the leaves vary. This gives a certain
    • systems. Certain plants are allotted to the forces of the Spirits of
    • position in which we can allude to the functions of a certain category
    • that certain Spirits of the Rotation of Time unite the forces of
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    • certain body of cubic form, and at another of a different form, we
    • certain way with the nature of the mineral. Now occult investigation
    • To be sure, certain forces are evident in the mineral kingdom — such as
    • appear in certain colors; but we must be quite clear that in general
    • inner-being gives certain main types, main substances: and each
    • certain mineral main substances of the earth's organism of which we
    • been described, astrally upon the mineral. But certain of the Spirits
    • “becoming Luciferic” of certain spiritual beings of a
    • about because certain spirits having reached a given stage in their
    • earth. This resulted in a certain basic substance being formed, which
    • sun. In a certain sense this mineral is therefore somewhat different
    • other forces which in a certain sense paralyzed them and arrested
    • and in a certain sense, balanced its effects. Thus while certain
    • certain things work in such a way that one might explain it by means
    • of a certain diagram; but the peculiar thing is that the diagram would
    • form of Lucifer, though certainly as a reflection. Thus, if we think
    • circumstances that certain normal Spirits of Wisdom renounced their
    • themselves in a sense in certain phenomena which we find as minerals
    • something which comes in from outside, but which makes certain
    • absolutely in accord, and if certain things appear to contradict what
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    • man emerges as one conscious of his ego, he requires certain outer
    • Certainly, the Jews were a kind of Bedouin people, but these
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    • sleep ourselves into life, and that only after a certain point of time
    • and pain in life because (by reason of his organization) certain
    • really a duality. We die because we are organized in a certain way and
    • certain time in the Earth evolution, namely in the Lemurian time, only
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    • initiation there belongs a certain preparation, as should be
    • give a few introductory remarks in a certain direction. You see,
    • Earth-evolution, for it leads man to a certain understanding, to a
    • certain way anthroposophy is that which must propagate the secrets of
    • through death with a certain consciousness. Should no Karmic
    • animals will have, in a certain well-being, in a pleasant feeling, the
    • experienced a certain change through the reception of the Christ, and
    • certain change through the reception of the Christ, and was then
    • Now, there is a certain peculiarity in the spiritual, in the
    • transmitted to a certain extent to the beings of the spiritual world,
    • initiator of a certain line of Greek culture, in an earlier
    • certain consequence. The death on Golgotha works as a seed in the
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    • is necessary to show how certain one-sided influences regarding
    • as Savonarola, with certain confidence, a strong will and a
    • which from a certain aspect had been striven for as a tendency,
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    • certain plastic activity in the brain. One might say that it passes
    • divine-spiritual worlds we enter again and again in a certain way
    • possibility of creating in a certain way new connections with the
    • death, he has in a certain way formed his nature morally. Always
    • language, integrates him within a certain body of people. Individual
    • certain dualistic relation. He sees entities and sees them in a
    • certain dependency under natural laws. In relation with these, man
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    • means of certain instinct, even though an instinct humanly formed. We
    • we possessed in the pre-earthly existence. With the same certainty
    • until a certain culmination of this condition of deadness came about
    • become entirely abstract. Indeed, it can be said in a certain sense
    • through a certain beginning finally to reach the highest point. Now it
    • altogether conscious still of a certain living quality of this
    • When Christ appeared upon the earth he was received by a certain
    • be grasped by thought still continued to exist for a certain time.
    • consciousness of freedom. This had in a certain sense been developed.
    • always, even to the end of the world”. And there certainly shines
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    • this externally, my dear friends. Things that crop up in a certain
    • through our blood. It is a good thing, certainly, when a man has a
    • That, however, is certainly not the standpoint of the modern
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    • human beings but it most certainly was not a human being! Something
    • common. In a certain respect this holds good right up to very late
    • would have been unendurable! Certainly in the sphere of the intellect
    • forms. Most certainly it cannot be sought in intellectualistic forms.
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    • certainly do not wish to create the impression that we ought to go
    • about certain things, whereas the men of old were altogether naive.
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    • moral intuitions. We can only say with certainty that man acts
    • a few words about Friedrich Nietzsche. In a certain respect
    • he pays some homage to Voltaire but which also contain a certain view
    • when he becomes active, comes up against others. Certain of these
    • when all is said and done, a man who is an enthusiast for certain
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    • century: Certain circles realized that the old intuitions, the
    • certain Bible words become alive on a higher level. I do not want to
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    • not just in this form. Certainly, of former times too one could say
    • someone were to say: if in Stuttgart it rains a certain number of
    • land. — If one is conscious of a certain responsibility towards
    • in a certain respect. The child comes into earthly existence from a
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    • Janus-headed. Certainly, this appears to be permeated by enthusiasm
    • sails, but certain experiences working outward from within have
    • have experienced the youth movement with a certain awakeness, whereas
    • because it is customary to do so, is not healthy; it is certainly
    • that we should also in our life of soul be made tired by certain
    • had to strive towards something living, a certain science, a certain
    • kind of knowledge. I mean times when those possessing a certain
    • wanted to acquire it, as an embodied ideal. Tiredness certainly
    • century, to implicit belief in all we find there. We shall certainly
    • not comply with the demands of certain churches in this direction.
    • of this we can be quite certain — all the thirty invisible
    • uncertain. I am still very young and am expected to learn what he,
    • which finds no air to breathe. Certainly a lung which finds no air to
    • remembrance is. These people did not connect certain concepts with
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    • culture of Southern Europe, or in certain districts of Northern
    • the souls who had reached a certain degree of maturity. When we
    • natural scientist, certainly not in any authoritative teacher of
    • You need only look at certain scientific books of the first third of
    • or Burdach. One feels as if charged with a certain amount of warmth
    • Certainly at that time science was not at its zenith. But that is
    • without a soul” arose. I lay no special stress on how certain
    • questioner said: “Well, you certainly are doing nothing,”
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    • certainly not what it is today. But you will have been able to gather
    • certainly discover the difference between the relation of the Greek
    • isn't it? For there are certain conditions of natural
    • only few people have any feeling, that only from a certain age
    • cannot be known before we reach a certain time in life, that is,
    • is true that diplomas and the like played a certain external role
    • only when the young people had reached a certain age that the teacher
    • and there, in certain universities, the doctor's degree still
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    • cured of certain childlike religious ideas by the Lisbon earthquake,
    • while certain products of metabolism become deposited through
    • Spiritual Activity was certainly not well named when judged by outer
    • certain language, he will thereby lose his freedom. The human being
    • people get goose-flesh when one tells them that a certain book must
    • alone can relate it. Certainly I shall one day be as old as he. But I
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    • a genius he will go on to a higher school and there certainly find
    • are human beings whose very presence, at a certain age, is felt by
    • who certainly have the power to bless. They acquire it in later life,
    • child that would keep him a certain size so that he could not grow,
    • altogether, but yet to a certain extent, a fine fellow, and were
    • that time he would certainly have lost himself! There is too little
    • of a certain man's house there will be a little plate with an
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    • certain justification.
    • forth the plants from the earth. In a certain way they saw — it
    • natural that during a certain period of the year the earth breathes
    • same time more intense. In a certain sense human beings looked
    • men a certain stamp. One belonged to the tailors' guild, one to
    • certain sense men are afraid of it. If we had a cultural psychology
    • certain bashfulness about speaking about it at all, when we feel
    • though in a primitive way and only in certain connections. But it is
    • have a certain result for the whole of human life.
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    • of the dragon. Certainly, the outer world-mechanism, which lives not
    • this will certainly be the case — young people who ran from the
    • heads — for then it will certainly be lost — but if it is
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    • fact that the human being has, in a certain way, outgrown as far as
    • Yet let me first build a still firmer basis through certain other
    • play a certain role in our human organism but which are the universal
    • head and you have the Luciferic beings which have a certain relation
    • becomes sclerotic, as nearly everyone does to a certain degree in old
    • ourselves to be deceived into thinking that by giving a certain name
    • productions of the modern age which are, from a certain point of view,
    • being in its entirety has in a certain respect been abolished for
    • soul and spirit. And certain beings, certain men know very well that
    • You see how necessary it is to revise certain conceptions which
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    • been added at a certain point of time. The reason for our being
    • In a certain respect our head has become our organ of thinking. Our
    • transport themselves into the state of a certain clairvoyance in which
    • recognize the true origin of the head they were certain to fall into
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    • willing; all willing contains a certain amount of desire. It is
    • reached its climax and is now on the descending path. For certain
    • are invisible to physical senses. A certain number of shapes are
    • sitting here; they have, through a certain inner power of attraction
    • conglomerate of mineral particles which he but arranges in a certain
    • then hold the view of Haeckel who, under the influence of a certain
    • divine powers certain Luciferic qualities. The same delusion creates
    • fellow-men, arranged in a certain way. Yet you say: these mineral
    • have to overcome a certain error. I do not wish to burden you unduly
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    • for through such an arrangement we arrive at a certain structure in
    • certain mode of thinking, a certain way of visualizing.
    • something that has to be evolved, that has to be brought to a certain
    • from a certain spiritual-scientific point of view.
    • certain way of thinking. Thoughts arise in me. I am born into and
    • educated for a certain way of thinking, of visualizing. But at the
    • instance, is a classical example for this. He has expressed certain
    • to a certain degree sick in our soul. This falling apart the human
    • will come closest to experiencing a certain inner soul-surging which takes
    • actual certainty. Kant and Hume have elaborated this especially
    • walk, we stand, and so forth; we describe certain lines on the earth.
    • mathematics we owe to Ahriman who sits in us. The most uncertain
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    • is the moment when we have to become conscious of certain things, and
    • as an oddity, but with a certain cultural-historical sagacity, then
    • beings. To fail to understand these things was tolerable in a certain
    • of the eighteenth century, had certain instincts; (since the French
    • regard to a certain quality. There are many qualities of
    • Certainly, there exist today many human beings who see clearly that
    • evolution of the last few centuries to acknowledge a certain
    • these words; nevertheless, a certain omnipotence of natural necessity
    • evolution when certain beings make themselves felt who upon
    • I emphasize once more: it is an extremely serious truth that certain
    • human permeation with reason, so these hosts aim at a certain
    • counter-pole arises, namely, the appearance of certain Ahrimanic
    • tomorrow): of the appearance of certain Ahrimanic beings, which we
    • up, out of Ahrimanic depths, of certain beings. And these beings find
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    • of light and shadow; and in the world of tones, certain timbres of
    • sounding he designated as light, bright, and certain other timbres of
    • inkling of a certain necessity of nature enters human thoughts. But
    • become a certainty for us that with every ray of light, with every
    • evolution of mankind it is imperative that certain impulses which try
  • Title: Lecture: Signs of the Times: Michaels Battle and Its Reflection On Earth -- I
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    • the personal in man, which, from a certain point of view, will furnish
    • be awake. We are always, in a certain respect, sleeping human beings.
    • reversed, in a certain sense. We begin then to be awake in regard to
    • being must enter into conscious relationship with certain forces which
    • were imported into Europe from America. For certain reasons connected
    • certainly was not an insignificant personality, propounded as his
    • happening now, so many years later, has certainly annihilated the
    • certain respect, a very delicate matter — still, it is possible
    • In the physical world we have certain habits in our relation to
    • soul. You certainly will ascribe it to yourself. The human being is in
    • certain respects egotistical, and if something arises within his soul
    • ordinary life. We fail to pay attention to them for a certain reason
    • to know the real nature of these two moments, we all, in a certain
    • become aware of such things we need a certain wakefulness of thinking.
    • advertisement. It stated: Certain people pretend to be able to gain
    • certainly would have been tried had there been a chance of success
    • sentence occurred: “Our relationship with a certain country is
    • however, may be cultivated in a certain way. We have previously
    • There is a certain difference in regard to the thoughts which will
    • him with certain personalities who have now passed through the portal
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    • certain distance. If mankind is not to expect still greater misery,
    • its results are concerned, our time is certainly materialistic. What
    • characterize today from a certain point of view.
    • Archangel Michael had to fight a hard battle against certain opposing
    • you now is only a repetition at a certain stage of a spiritual event
    • in a certain sphere, beginning with the forties of the last century.
    • Certain spiritual beings whose task in the spiritual world it was to
    • certain spirits resisting him.
    • Now, there exists a certain law which states that from every point in
    • a certain point of time placed themselves behind the events which lie
    • certain degree, returned to its starting point.
    • takes their souls with him, in a certain respect. He draws them after
    • (certainly, there are karmic connections, but what I am going to say
    • out how the world should develop in a certain field; this can be
    • politics. That would certainly be easy progress if ghosts instead of
    • see today what must of necessity result if certain things are
    • But I must acknowledge the fact that people arrive at certain
    • on the other hand, that people are seized by a certain cowardice and
    • This is the other quality necessary today: courage, even a certain
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    • to say today with a short enumeration of certain points in
    • to hit upon certain phenomena of soul life.
    • certain soul processes, and yet causes them to undertake their
    • may be said that even less than half-truths are, under certain
    • medical treatment, to speak of a certain scene, a very
    • predisposition for a certain thing exists.
    • was there, and a certain association of horse with horse. At
    • taken on “certain dimensions,” let us say, which
    • who found it to be a factor in a certain number of cases of
    • certain Adler. This Adler takes a quite different
    • psychic phenomena. So this is certainly one way in which people
    • Certain of my colleagues claim that the soul energies
    • Energies so implanted in the soul have often a certain definite
    • certain sense they are right to look down upon this dreadful
    • the table at certain sentences, but men of the present do not
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    • must simply be identifying himself with certain clumsy
    • to the fact that the threshold has, so to speak, a certain
    • Certain philosophers (such as Wundt, for example), insist that
    • right thing. They come instead to regard certain concepts as
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    • certain space. If we do this we do not see ourselves, how our
    • tendency, why he feels so deeply dissatisfied in certain
    • certain field we do not succeed very well because in it we are
    • accordance with certain abilities this or that should have
    • brick strikes him. We do this with certain events which we know
    • himself, in a certain manner, his own Karma.
    • soul, we can distinguish with absolute certainty the true
    • certainty in the differentiation between the true and false
    • us. One may in a certain sense have reached a definite degree
    • certain spiritual beings avoid a personality who gives out the
    • the beneficent influence of certain beings who retreat
    • to build in the good influences. Instead of developing certain
    • in the course of the earth evolution certain things happen
    • good gods must work in a certain way for a balance which is
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    • point is for us to know with certainty that to this so-called
    • to a certain extent the nervous system.
    • that the living person who experiences it knows certain things,
    • only upon a part of the etheric body, but upon certain forces
    • a certain clarity. That is to say, if they really stand before
    • to a certain sympathy, this sympathy nevertheless affects the
    • us assume that during a certain period of his life someone has
    • is produced upon the general human organism. There are certain
    • feelings, certain states of mind, that work down into the
    • subconsciousness, you destroy certain things or cripple them;
    • certain assurance. Then also the condition arises in which a
    • to the elemental world; as certainly as waves that are whipped
    • certain conditions. When the clairvoyant has gone through all
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    • spiritual science of all ages plays a certain role, these
    • greatly strengthened. I am repeating here certain statements
    • certain thoughts shine back in memory from the whole
    • simply been lost sight of. It still exists in certain words,
    • surface of the organs. In a certain sense everything
    • etc. Certain organs take up instead something which becomes
    • The forces developed in these thoughts are, in a certain
    • certain metabolic effect is produced. The metabolism then
    • are very uncertain in comparison with what they would be were
    • thoughtlessness when today certain members of this or that
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    • beings, must be prepared by mankind. We can in a certain connection
    • have then seen how since that time, through a certain stream, the
    • overcome does not keep in mind certain finer phenomena of life.
    • Whoever keeps it in mind will very quickly see that certain human
    • today be reckoned into a certain category; with reference to this or
    • a certain group-soulness is not only valid because the races exist,
    • perceptible. Certain basic characteristics stand so connected in some
    • the old racial standpoint had in a certain connection a physical
    • again to his centre. Hence in a certain connection, it is a new speech
    • spoken. There we speak to all human beings. Because in a certain
    • certain group, from which they will be directed as to how they should
    • having validity for a certain time. This idea no longer has any
    • certain passage in the so-called Egyptian Gospel. One comprehends such
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    • photographs a nosegay from one side — he thus gets a certain
    • correct that in a certain connection, that which was the later
    • mission of Abraham. The entire spirituality of a certain stream had to
    • We must be clear that for certain human classes in ancient times, they
    • him. That expressed itself in certain people, who represented as it
    • in them was shown the connection between certain physical human
    • Certain streams thus flowed into man from out his environment. These
    • in certain periods, till the birth of the human “I” or Ego.
    • remember that in heredity, certain qualities are not immediately
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    • In a certain connection it is again the Mark Gospel which can lead us
    • soul should in a certain way be made obvious in the words of speech.
    • certain way to appeal to the modern words of the Bible. But we go
    • Now in the real evolution of mankind, it is a question of certain
    • certain human beings must be so inspired on earth, through grace, in
    • secrets in a twelve-fold way, and each initiation is in a certain
    • even if it was the body of the Nathan Jesus, was in a certain way
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    • certain historical, and also a few objective facts; and to-day
    • revelation of certain historical personalities, we shall
    • always uttered, and correctly, a certain saying. It is this:
    • era. We will recall certain thoughts of St. Augustine because,
    • correctly), by uniting certain old pre-Christian basic concepts
    • all, it unites certain ideas which can only be understood when
    • Augustine came to acquire that Certainty, the true Certainty
    • Everything else may be uncertain. Whether the things which
    • no unconditional certainty, can give no unconditioned truth;
    • as one's ideas and feelings, is the truth; that is certain.
    • particular point of time in human evolution acquires certain
    • the person who has to utter them at a certain period of time in
    • assumes uncertainty as to the truths of all external
    • revelations, and true certainty only in the experience of what
    • has a certain courage. One would not perhaps need to mention so
    • find true certainty as regards what you yourself experience in
    • the courage to admit that thin true Certainty concerning
    • Reality in its utterances that true Certainty, which is held by
    • hand, it requires courage to admit that true certainty only
    • inwardly. Certainly such things are said, even in our times,
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    • true certainty about the world. I told you in yesterday's
    • a thought, gives us the certainty of feeling ourselves as
    • Post-Atlantean epoch man experiences things in a certain way;
    • up to a certain point; experiencing on the one hand the
    • Ordering of matter ceases at a certain definite point of time;
    • view of science as an absolute certainty, and which is yet
    • the Mystery of Golgotha. Men certainly had to think somewhat
    • working in the world. We must look certain facts full in the
    • nations, one can find characterised in a certain way what lies
    • certain justice one must describe the views of Bentham as
    • Utilitarianism even in a deeper sense. A certain basic sentence
    • the enormous opposition to be found in a certain sphere of the
    • Benthamism. These three things stand in a certain sense,
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    • primordial times and transforms itself at a certain point There is a
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    • then was. But in a certain way they had lagged in their development
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    • This he certainly is, for he has slain the possessor of the Nibelung
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    • plane? The union of manas with kama. Hitherto man had had a certain
    • there are only things which under certain conditions cannot yet be
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    • body. Certain passions he has so understood that he says to himself,
    • Certain urges and passions he fashions to more refined
    • Through certain other
    • certain exercises, then will space not only be flooded by wisdom's
    • with such music, and there are certain basic tones. You can get an
    • The planets, however, stand in a certain relationship to each other,
    • bodies move at a certain speed, but the whole starry heaven is
    • In certain respects they were clairvoyant, an echo of higher stages
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    • The Symbolism of Certain Animal Forms and Their
    • outer needs, out of a certain longing perhaps, to create a House of
    • buildings were adepts in occultism. They were, to a certain degree,
    • leads the person in a certain direction. The spiritual scientist
    • gradually proceeded. At the end of the Moon period certain watery
    • growth and dying off than is the case today. It lost certain parts,
    • certain condition, man identified himself in a certain way with his
    • as a whole group soul, stands in a certain way higher than man. This
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    • proportions have a certain meaning for the cosmos and the world. It
    • he had a certain immortality in that he directed his body from
    • This is what is meant when certain religious systems speak of the
    • life a great deal can be done by observing certain laws of education.
    • things in a certain way. You see, for instance, a red cloth spread
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    • that certain vibrations are produced in it, my words are transported
    • In a certain way we
    • Now imagine that certain cooling streams are led through this water
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    • certain distance towards those beings and powers, which are the
    • past, when some great teacher was teaching? We can certainly learn a
    • found in certain very limited circles of people who watched over what
    • that not book-wisdom, but living wisdom, could be found. For certain
    • in a more or less unveiled form. It is only because certain things
    • Rishis (whom certainly no eye hath seen) it is impossible to say that
    • that aura which at certain points of their evolution were united to
    • One single word for two things which, though they certainly belong to
    • realms, and he used words which he could be certain would be
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    • meaning as it has nowadays. It stood for a certain state in the
    • certain condition of movement. Spiritual science sees in warmth or
    • which has a certain degree of warmth: we can perceive it externally
    • that we ourselves are in a certain state of warmth. Man feels his own
    • himself with a certain kind of elemental and he also does so when he
    • bound in air water and earth, so certain elemental being are also
    • them upon our visible earth. For this purpose certain of the higher
    • come to pass certain spirits must be fettered to winter-time, must be
    • help certain spiritual elemental beings to rise; but if you unite
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    • which will make this more comprehensible. It pleased certain of those
    • which they had already passed through: they had breathed out certain
    • breathing. You would have found there certain conditions, when there
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    • liberation or imprisonment of certain beings can be brought about —
    • spoken already, in the Archangels or Archangeloi. In a certain sense
    • light-ether further than a certain limit, if something had not come
    • the Sun, certain indications of which already existed on the Ancient
    • wisdom, of the way in which certain Spiritual Beings of the Universe
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    • Other Beings, however, were also present in a certain way, in the
    • had to pass through a certain development, before they could be
    • natural science arrives, you will, if you think, certainly be
    • Cosmos. And through certain causes, which we shall learn later, now
    • At a certain point of the Moon evolution the Mights or Virtutes had
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    • We shall see how this event is also reflected in certain processes of
    • incarnations. Only those who have developed a certain degree of
    • earth when he cannot remember his former incarnations, if certain
    • incarnation to the other. This makes it possible that in certain
    • about them. This is quite possible for certain lower degrees of
    • certain harmonious relationship each single soul with the national or
    • day culture in general. On a certain territory, (let us take Germany,
    • they transform themselves at certain definite periods, they assume
    • of Personality that one has to ascribe the fact that within certain
    • epochs, certain definite personalities appear on our earth. You
    • We must now make a certain disclosure about the Cosmic position of
    • call forth a certain amazement, even in you, who are already in a
    • certain way schooled Anthroposophists, but which is absolutely in
    • certain forms of movement in Universal space, and according to these,
    • be, and then search whether it coincides with experience. Certainly,
    • Certainly one has built upon it all sorts of world systems, the
    • describes this world system one certainly should turn people's
    • marks for certain realms where the higher Beings held sway. We must
    • certain progress of the Sun — call it apparent or otherwise: —
    • region under the dominion of certain Beings which reaches to the
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    • have seen that some of our respected listeners have given a certain
    • beings; because they had a certain relationship, to the physical
    • and after a certain time also his etheric body, which dissolves with
    • the higher worlds. Such things are certainly not
    • bodies. There were certain hours during which inspiration acted
    • regularity. It is certainly true that, as a general principle,
    • certain personality standing before us, but the inhabitants of Venus
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    • them from different sides. Certainly, if one starts with one or two
    • certainly answer: do you not know that modern physics can produce air
    • Certainly, this is a self-understood fact in science; but this is not
    • which science calls air can certainly be thickened to that extent;
    • as a stone — to become ice. Ice is certainly water, but the
    • your finger, over that place is the region of certain Thrones,
    • certain Thrones, Cherubim and Seraphim are to be found. They are not
    • by a certain constellation of stars. This is then a mark or sign. In
    • signs to show the direction in which certain Beings are. We must
    • certain time; it then ceases and no more eggs are formed. Now when
    • all those eggs are stopped at a certain place, they fall over each
    • on the spot where the Saturn of to-day is). And as in a certain sense
    • such a way that it was actually stopped at a certain place —
    • for certain reasons things always shift a little, but the process of
    • similar to what happened on Saturn. Certain currents are created by
    • the ancient Sun. Certainly the conditions of space and motion do
    • certain point again brought to a standstill. Just as the movement is
    • astral took place because, at a certain place, the stimulus was again
    • related in a certain way which cannot be touched on here, but which
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    • accomplished their task. In a certain way we traced yesterday the
    • retained to a certain degree the movement which it had originally
    • they have a certain merit, but they are childish in comparison with
    • certain height. These are the spiritual beings of the Hierarchies who
    • of the said nations. When nations have to rise in a certain way still
    • to reach this condition without having reached a certain degree of
    • direct in a certain way his astral and etheric bodies. One who has
    • certainly wait until he has come thus far; but the man who already is
    • personalities who have to perform certain tasks in the world. Thus
    • given to a certain stage of development. We have found that the
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    • afforded them for a time the possibility for developing certain
    • one incarnation to the other. But after a certain time that human
    • and thousands of people? Perhaps some of you have felt a certain
    • Cologne! † In a comparatively short time there will certainly
    • direct certainty, with immediate impulse they put into action, all
    • countenance. Certainly it is unmistakable for them that it is the
    • nearness to the Godhead. But it would also be in a certain way quite
    • a certain degree of the Mystery-Wisdom. In the ancient Mysteries they
    • tried to make it comprehensible in the following way: At a certain
    • represented by the wise Priests themselves who certainly did not err
    • certainly developed very well; but humanity could have become still
    • certain Mights or Spirits of Motion had to receive adverse commands.
    • certain moment of the Moon's development, from the Mights who
    • certain orders, men first received the possibility of reaching their
    • threefold hierarchy, too, cannot do otherwise. A certain number of
    • humanity, they taught from a certain period in our development, and
    • sink downwards into a certain lower evolution for the sake of human
    • Man through the significance of our Cosmos; we have, to a certain
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    • the womb of time, but also for that which surely and certainly will
    • was made the Holy Grail. This precious stone is in a certain respect
    • the future to give us on the one hand certainty and strength whereby,
    • world shall fail to happen. Only through this two-fold certainty
    • through this two-fold certainty shall we succeed in transplanting
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    • Ego, the latter two, the astral body and the Ego, gain a certain
    • liberation from his sense-body in a certain way with darkness; he
    • astral body and the ego of the normal person are in a certain way
    • any rate he would not be able to reach certain stages of seeing.
    • when he has certain moments which he sets apart from ordinary daily
    • done, or wrong exercises are practiced, certain results also follow.
    • have emphasised that we human beings are in a certain respect in a
    • outside our physical and etheric bodies for at least a certain time
    • this purpose more intense, more strenuous and in a certain respect
    • physical death? Only by cultivating certain feelings and shades of
    • physical body, at any rate for certain moments. In these moments,
    • man with certain interests. These interests play their part from
    • certain power of attraction, man lives, and by far the greater part
    • deadening of his interests in the outer world for certain ‘festival
    • I have just described goes hand in hand with certain experiences
    • certain things and occurrences which are beyond the physical. The
    • us suppose that at a certain moment we could leave this physical body
    • we, in a certain respect, went through an experience comparable with
    • accomplishing in the world in certain directions, all obligations to
    • have become, because we know for certain that we can make it all
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    • UR attention has been called to the fact that to human beings at a certain
    • intellect. There are certain striking characteristics which give an
    • and form may continually change. There is, however, a certain
    • spiritual worlds, because only there is to be found a certain
    • certain inner voices demanding that we should set right any wrong we
    • injustice he has certain thoughts and feelings; these forms detach
    • nourishment from certain worlds. Just as the wind rushes into empty
    • during the Earth period. — Certain beings pass through their
    • external objects, he realises at a certain stage of his evolution
    • hardening, from ossification. Certain beings were needed which at the
    • the moon from the earth. They were in a certain respect higher than
    • this made it possible for them to save human evolution at a certain
    • in a certain respect higher than the sun beings ... they were able to
    • kingdom which in a certain respect is higher, more powerful than that
    • this point I ask you to bear in mind the fact that at a certain point
    • back to the Christ as a being Who at a certain point of time entered
    • under certain conditions to spiritual sight, of the disappearance of
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    • Earth, that certain things which we find there could come into
    • a class of spiritual beings which attained a certain stage of
    • life even is veiled in much uncertainty. Pherecydes of Syros is in a
    • certain respect the forerunner of the other Greek sages.
    • separation of the Moon. Now for Zeus! Zeus is a word of uncertain
    • Vedas what was in a certain respect an echo of the sublime wisdom of
    • through a certain development, which must be taken into account when
    • certainly is not; Indra has passed through an evolution since the
    • consciousness? At a certain moment in evolution something very
    • clear conception we must repeat certain things. We will direct our
    • certain age, which changed one's whole life. This happened in the
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    • certain stage of initiation man enters the world of the upper and of
    • why a certain form of wisdom has flourished in the East and why the
    • certain definite point of cultural evolution, a side influence must
    • stream of evolution is formed by the transmigration of certain
    • deciphered only to a certain extent by those who have spiritual
    • contacts in his inner nature, who arouse a certain fear and dread,
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    • incarnations of a certain individuality, had been so purified that
    • in a certain sense able to look out towards the external world of the
    • having attained a certain degree of maturity. For this reason the
    • their inner life had reached a certain state of maturity. This second
    • a kind of veiled form, as Apollo. Apollo is in a certain sense a
    • lower gods. Those who had passed through a certain degree of
    • lower gods. The lower gods had withdrawn into a certain unknown
    • when the Luciferic spirits had to a certain extent withdrawn into the
    • at a certain time. And as everything is transmitted hereditarily to
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    • HERE are certain facts in the evolution of mankind which are hardly noticed
    • certainty yielded by the senses had to live as a feeling in those
    • spiritual there must be ascent to a certain grade of clairvoyant
    • worlds through its etheric organs. Therefore at a certain epoch it is
    • in which the etheric body is to a certain extent drawing itself out
    • a certain extent released from the physical body, he will experience
    • certain forces into the physical body from outside? Suppose man's
    • was in a certain sense differently organised, his outlook was
    • time. And now a certain fact will be comprehensible which could not
    • there enters the mind the thought of a certain man whom at the moment
    • Mystery Wisdom. A certain amount of information filtered out. With
    • fact that that which came from the oracles certainly aroused
    • the more certainly fulfilled. Men can no longer handle the results of
    • another legend which runs somewhat as follows: A certain man and wife
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    • are not always in accord; light must be thrown upon a certain fact
    • beings, however, which to a certain extent were still greater
    • participate in the withdrawal of the sun from the earth. And certain
    • In a certain sense their destiny was to go out, as did the
    • beings, in a certain way, made an endeavour to separate themselves
    • beings of a higher spiritual order than men, they were in a certain
    • the danger of a certain species of Luciferic being the speaker is not
    • be right to speak of certain species of Luciferic beings in the sense
    • turning contemplation were, in people of a certain period of culture,
    • bear a certain relationship to one another. The Chaldean-Egyptian
    • civilisation repeats itself in certain phenomena of the fifth, i.e.
    • of our own epoch. Certain phenomena, facts and conceptions apparent
    • recording a fact. In a certain way the holy Rishis were the pupils of
    • by means of the astral body he had still to a certain extent astral
    • that it was necessary to step across a certain threshold even at that
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    • has been stated that there is a certain relation between the numbers
    • incarnations it is possible to draw certain conclusions concerning
    • ascertained the fact that space was best understood when it was
    • earth at a certain point of time, but from outside, from space.
    • themselves were thought to correspond, in a certain sense, with
    • found a single country in the Middle Ages in which a certain legend
    • Him will grow more and more complete. The Middle Ages certainly
    • through; in certain communities of the Christian religion anyone who
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    • stones that must lie in a certain position if the animal is to
    • acquainted, to a certain extent, with this inner nature. If we touch
    • realizing that in truth there is in man a certain power of perception
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    • body, and the second, the etheric body, enter a certain mutual
    • the action of manas it is unburdened. The result is that at certain
    • physical matter. A certain hardening is the consequence. We even find
    • compared with certain organs in the plant kingdom; in certain plants
    • entice and snap up its nourishment by means of certain contrivances,
    • I must pass rapidly over certain matters and utter many a paradox. In
    • expansion and rarefaction at a certain place in the organism, but
    • fluids in a certain direction, enabling us to perceive, for example,
    • related to a certain people. From all this we can infer that the
    • the Archangels of the people in question have imparted a certain
    • consecutive syllables. A certain basic organization results. A member
    • “i” and “ch” are linked. A certain nuance,
    • a certain color, is inherent in the “i,” suggesting what
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    • substance is pushed out from a certain part of the head and forms
    • certain extent, and what comes into being at this point is the
    • from the rear, so that in a certain sense it is thereby bounded.
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    • explain a certain significant phenomenon in the human organism, that
    • What is shown by the fact that on a certain plane man
    • It has exactly reversed the order of development. Certainly these
    • sensation that every normal human being would have, a certain sense
    • that a certain current within him should flow in the same direction
    • can have no ego. But in certain animals the forward part of the body
    • soul, which is still able to function subconsciously. Under certain
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    • certain way, the visualization must be valid for the outer world.
    • reaching as far as a certain boundary, which is the boundary of the
    • Here, however, a grave error appears, and a certain
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    • character of the human soul life, and we cannot but feel a certain
    • impotence in facing these struggling powers in our souls, a certain
    • in a certain definite way. In the matter of all sense perceptions the
    • master, something to which we submit. Under certain life conditions
    • Beginning, then, at a certain stage of development, the
    • psychologist, for our normal life demands a certain balance between
    • it is for us to rise to a certain feeling for the matter, a feeling
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    • subject. The poem is by the philosopher, Hegel, and concerns certain
    • The uncertain confines of the distant hills
    • Now we will describe a certain aspect of the two
    • soul arising from the activity of reasoning ends at a certain moment,
    • but also, all that appears as desire comes to an end at a certain
    • a certain relationship to the soul life and exercises an influence
    • thoroughly hidden, which was satisfied in a certain way, and in the
    • an aesthetic decision does not depend upon a certain development of
    • the soul. It is quite conceivable that certain souls might not
    • indispensable, because the soul substance of desire must certainly
    • lectures we learned that certain experiences allied to feeling, like
    • Against certain visualizations that we have allowed to
    • certain sense desire must be overcome. “Overcoming desire in
    • but merely certain modifications, certain objects of desire. Then
    • will of that sort, disencumbered of objects, is in a certain way one
    • maintain that will must necessarily lead to a certain object. Such
    • surging of the will up to a certain point, where it then holds back.
    • This sort of will certainly does not lead to action, and language
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    • certain aspects, but we shall be able to understand each other.
    • the enigmas of the world. At the same time we sensed a certain
    • certain moment the brain arrangement should be illuminated by
    • memory. A certain fact of the soul life such as can occur on the
    • any given moment, you will see a certain interpenetration of these
    • stops at a certain point. From that time back to birth he remembers
    • the demands of a certain law, that the child can start to develop his
    • something peculiar about this ego perception, something in a certain
    • way independent of desires. There is a certain demand that the human
    • plane. Certainly anyone who has grasped the idea of the astral
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: I. Franz Brentano and Aristotles Doctrine of the Spirit.
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    • following certain premises, the result of reverting to the threefold
    • persisted into our present science. If we seek to ascertain from
    • habits of thought prevalent in certain circles have lost the ability
    • or emotion. You will notice that in a certain way this classification
    • habit of ignoring the spirit. Others in a certain way mixed into the
    • Brentano's standpoint is not Aristotle's, but in a certain respect he
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: II. Truth and Error in the Light of the Spiritual World.
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    • certain connection with the spiritual life. They do not come to us to
    • time being certainly remain deaf to proofs.
    • certain sense, at least to the extent of admitting its reality. The
    • of a certain self-cultivation, a certain self-education through
    • second. Certainly it is possible to transcend the world that is
    • proof of the spirit. In a certain sense it can be said that even in
    • which spiritual science certainly cannot regard as particularly
    • knew for certain to be an error. Let us think an error. At first
    • of error within ourselves can lead to the birth of certain hidden
    • mentioned). That was left out, but a certain other aspect of the
    • This brings us to the second condition. A certain
    • will see that a certain frame of mind is indispensable for proper
    • meditation and concentration. Certain moral attributes of the soul
    • are certain moral qualities indispensable? To enable us to yield
    • the first instance quite certainly not a good force. It can only
    • certainly this recognition and justification cannot apply to a
    • feeling always leads in the end to a certain recognition of a
    • plausibility of what we call reincarnation. In a certain respect
    • would transcend it, asserting a certain independence as spirit. The
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    • ESTERDAY we found that in a certain way there is, after all, something
    • pointed out that modern science really gathers from all sides certain
    • We found yesterday that in a certain way error is a sort
    • conceptions that in a sense have a certain objective validity, though
    • himself to us in the present time, a being of whom, in a certain
    • world forces us to visualize in a certain way — so we feel the
    • something that is certainly no longer in our soul. Yet in a certain
    • certainly not in our consciousness, for if it were we could easily
    • outer corporeality through perception. It achieves a certain
    • each other. (You can find this dream cited by a certain materialistic
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    • established a certain standpoint in the case, and whether there might
    • in a certain sense, to the super-sensible world through the fact that
    • developing certain levels of his soul, that in certain stages certain
    • capacities grow, that he attains to living in certain regions of the
    • to distinguish certain imaginations exactly as one learns to
    • for man to pass through in a certain way what he himself is, in this
    • certain symbolical visualizations that will free him from perception.
    • have to make an effort to prevent a certain condition from growing
    • certain psychic attributes, for in connection with this imaginative
    • occasional acceptance of something disagreeable or baneful. Certainly
    • the world, at a certain point of time and space, surrounded by all
    • life we are the result of our memories. Suppose that on a certain day
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    • teaches — certain constellation of Earth, Moon and Sun was in
    • own inner certainty.
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    • But insight, even dim, uncertain insight into this deep Mystery faded
    • conscious of the forces which give thee confidence and certainty in
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    • of the old clairvoyant wisdom, to form certain conceptions of the
    • exterminated from human evolution, rooted out by certain currents
    • presented by certain mystic sects to-day; the Mystery-truths are great
    • anywhere else at a certain period of earth-evolution, lay at the root
    • fact that in the third millennium before Christ, in certain Northern
    • born in certain weeks of the winter season. The reason for this was
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    • feeling. In a certain sense it has the most popular appeal of all the
    • certain exceptional individuals. These individuals might well have
    • heart possessed a certain power of clairvoyance which came over them
    • a certain respect it too is prophetic in that eclipses of the sun, of
    • people who drink it by the litre and from a certain point of view are
    • These inner forces must have reached a certain stage of development
    • These forces from the world of sleep and dream which in certain
    • wisdom remained. In the first centuries of our era, certain Gnostic
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    • flame certain memories of the Holy Story, but they have no clearly
    • the Father. Certain impulses underlying the process of evolution
    • material life. Pre-existence was a certain and universally accepted
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    • effects and influences of the Mystery of Golgotha — yes, certainly
    • A certain illumination is given by one who has spoken of these things
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    • certain extent to understand them. For this reason I intend in this
    • certain respects the Teachers of the rest. We can only understand the
    • he should or should not do a certain thing, he says that a kind of
    • law. If we listen to this inner voice, we distinguish in it a certain
    • impulse, an incitement to act in a certain way in a given case. We
    • passes through certain stages and then reaches a certain
    • civilisation. This is in a certain sense, a recapitulation of the
    • There are certain stages of development which betoken a sort of
    • crisis; while other periods are in certain respects like one another,
    • age is this: he went through a certain number of incarnations in the
    • Old Indian period — and will go through a certain number in the
    • given an impulse for progress. In a certain sense what man was to grow
    • any need to come down to earth at all, but who descended to a certain
    • the ordinary way, but in a certain sense left it unused, A great
    • another. What man will, in a certain sphere evolve out of himself
    • this Individuality had the task of laying the germ of certain
    • “Anthroposophy”) that certain forces working through the
    • the Graeco-Latin age, in certain parts of Europe, there existed an
    • embodiment of Gautama Buddha? — When he reaches a certain stage,
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 2: The Law of Karma with Respect to the Details of Life
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    • on certain points which may have puzzled those who have attended our
    • the learning of certain things as theory or doctrine, but that we
    • There may be certain orders of mind of our day who would like to have
    • of red wine every day. — I knew certain children who had their
    • may certainly seem as though one could speak of unfulfilled wishes,
    • connections of a certain phenomenon in Education expressed in the
    • profession has ascertained as to ‘inherited tendencies.’
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    • from that of others in that it had to inherit certain qualities, which
    • that as a result of the luciferic influence man reached a certain
    • Atlantean epoch. It must have come in any case; but it would certainly
    • Beautiful and True could only be accomplished through certain beings
    • lying into truthfulness, the danger of error into absolute certainty
    • living in a side-street in Rome, whose teacher was a certain Jesus;
    • certain number of persons, particularly between the years of 1930 and
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    • the later is not being prepared in the earlier. In a certain respect
    • performed by the forces active behind evolution, that at a certain
    • possible transmuted within, which having attained a certain
    • among certain sects of the Jews themselves (whether rightly or
    • the fact that through the physical inheritance certain capacities are,
    • certainly be healed’! He now had to proclaim: ‘The time has
    • earth, some part survives into later ages. This, in a certain respect,
    • become visible. A certain number of people will develop etheric
    • can, will reach a crisis — certain unfortunate persons having,
    • Anthroposophists. They ought, indeed, to feel a certain pity for those
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    • are they for the understanding of the world? Now there is a certain
    • upright, a being certainly still bound to the earth, but one who,
    • there is a certain polarity, a duality in the Cosmos, which
    • learn to feel that in a certain respect the head and limbs of man bear
    • of our hands and feet through certain mysterious forces which bind man
    • it did not fully descend into the material. It has certainly become
    • a maya, an illusion. If we accept the idea of a certain point in
    • does to-day, for it will then see that a certain deep, yet more
    • has to a certain extent been corrected; but this as a rule is not
    • a certain point, remained at a standstill; it consolidated before the
    • to free itself from certain thoughts which it has absorbed. Hence
    • which have transcended a certain stage, thus representing the
    • the Cosmos anything which has gone beyond a certain stage, and has
    • with it certain portions, which had to be removed in order that the
    • of the day in accordance with the usual rules. There are certain
    • yet in a certain respect recurrent, appearances of the comets. They
    • other it is possible, through the Sun reaching a certain point in the
    • Constellation of Pisces at the Vernal Equinox, that a certain
    • physical. It is that Land from whence at certain times the Initiates
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    • contained in the different Gospels. We were only able up to a certain
    • next lecture, we shall touch upon questions which in a certain respect
    • that a man who has already mastered certain basic facts can both speak
    • for the Spiritual Scientist, who probably brings with him certain
    • inner convictions and perhaps even certain opinions about the
    • will help him to make certain things clear, and he must leave off
    • Spiritual worlds and there he perceived certain figures, which were
    • olden times the soul possessed a certain clairvoyance as a normal
    • provide nourishment for certain Spiritual beings who are actually
    • certain spiritual emanations as a result of his evil action, he is
    • a certain clairvoyant consciousness which was formerly the common
    • Africa. While certain souls, in Asia and Africa, at the epoch of the
    • These peoples developed certain qualities of the Sentient-Soul,
    • certain things connected with the Egyptian-Chaldean civilisation have
    • crumbles into dust — as it certainly will, — the external
    • a certain sense developed the ego in the Sentient-Soul, — they
    • it waited till the Sentient-Soul had absorbed a certain culture and
    • developed before absorbing certain qualities pertaining to the
    • treasures of civilisation. Thus there were certain souls, incarnated
    • in that soul to absorb certain forms of civilisation. Thus then, the
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    • world as the result of certain quite special circumstances and certain
    • more persons determining to follow certain ideals according as the
    • to offer historical proof that a certain person of the name of Jesus
    • Myth further points out that certain conceptions — similar to
    • certainly have been an individual man, but although I preach Him, I
    • that such a book as The Christ Myth should contain certain
    • exists to-day certainly is a ripe fruit, but one which must suffer the
    • in Authority is certainly a dangerous thing in the external world, yet
    • This forms part of a certain tendency of our time, which we may
    • in, as well as others which certainly will come. This one thing we
    • denial of the historic Jesus and indeed there is a certain relation
    • historic Jesus; though she certainly placed Him one hundred years
    • official living in 1910 wore a certain uniform as an outer sign of his
    • says: ‘I have ascertained that in 1910 there lived a man who wore
    • sign that the legends and myths take certain forms in certain peoples.
    • these comparisons than there would be in pointing out that a certain
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    • communicating certain things to his fellowmen from the spiritual
    • character. In order to avoid making certain mistakes in the future,
    • begin with one can only learn certain things about oneself from these
    • certain time after death, for instance, we can no longer ask
    • the sun's rays irradiate the clouds. We have to take a certain
    • certain specific things that happened before death. For instance, the
    • Later, after a certain span of time has elapsed, one has quite other
    • for certain cosmic measures that prevent this darkening. In
    • evolution certain spiritual forces were bestowed on man that enabled
    • certainty that a spark of the divine dwells in the human soul. It
    • carrying certain memories from the previous life into our existence
    • ex Deo nascimur. One who has reached a certain stage of
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    • At a certain point we experience ourselves as at the center of the
    • investigations of cosmic existence, that man from a certain point
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    • concept “I” only begins at a certain age in life. At
    • At a certain point in his life this consciousness of the “I”
    • and death a certain means is at our disposal. We can always make
    • question of making a certain fact intelligible.
    • have an astral body that in a certain respect is imperfect.
    • between them will certainly be apparent. Nobody who uses these
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    • of my presence here in Vienna, which was necessitated by certain
    • certain impulse that was to give mankind the possibility of an inner
    • there lived a certain personality named Norbert, who founded an
    • is capable, the he can do it. A certain resignation is
    • thought it will lead most certainly to selflessness. Such moods of
    • to use a more descriptive form. Certain things may sound rather
    • depend on certain qualities that we have acquired previously on the
    • the whole cosmos. That is why spiritual science will certainly
    • when I had to resist a certain piece of knowledge because it was too
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    • certain degree of communion everywhere with other human beings. This
    • is due to our religious attitude on earth. We most certainly condemn
    • certain boundaries. In the Mercury sphere a man has, above all,
    • certain period between death and a new birth. At birth a being who
    • person passes through the gate of death he dies under a certain
    • The descriptions would certainly not tally and apparently the statues
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    • certain sense. It is just as if one wished to move, but were chained
    • his becoming an anthroposophist. This certainly can happen. The one
    • death causes us to pass through a certain period more rapidly. We
    • maintain it beyond a certain point. His obtuseness will bring about a
    • At a certain stage of the period between death and a new birth we
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    • according to certain external moral precepts. Here, too, we have to
    • all our considerations. That is why we can attach a certain
    • in the spiritual world. What we have to say certainly also can be
    • aside. This requires a certain time and that marks the period of
    • bear the peculiar quality of a certain constancy. Because they are of
    • constantly on a small scale. Certainly, for the external course of
    • it they learned to understand the various sounds. Certain peoples
    • realm up to a certain boundary, and as we grow outward cosmic forces
    • certain position and makes its influence felt.
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    • with certain impulses that it alone can give.
    • return into the body is to a certain extent like the setting of the
    • often sense a certain fatigue in the morning. The less tired a person
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    • behind. After a certain period had elapsed, it was possible for one
    • connection with the spiritual world marks, in a certain sense, a step
    • on earth, certain spiritual entities must direct them from the
    • certain evil spirits who bring disease and death down to the earth.
    • shows clearly that certain faculties are passed from generation to
    • Now he manifests a certain affinity towards that physical body
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    • bear, has certain sensations conveyed to him by the external world.
    • of such an occurrence, it makes a certain impression on you. Similar
    • There is a certain inclination on the part of the dead towards the
    • back to the deeds of super-sensible beings and certain spirits have
    • important to note that certain souls are yoked to such beings.
    • Although the seer must have accustomed himself to a certain
    • Goethe's ancestors in order to ascertain the hereditary origin
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    • rebirth man encounters certain beings. Just as here he meets the many
    • beings of higher hierarchies and certain elemental beings. If a
    • But the possibility and the ability to meet certain beings between
    • ourselves between death and a new birth to encounter certain beings
    • develop certain faculties, that they fail to create instruments for
    • A person who lacked a certain ability in this or that sphere during
    • little consequence to gather abstractly certain thoughts about the
    • that we can meet certain beings, and man belongs above all among
    • miss the opportunity to meet certain individuals on earth who were
    • so made the earth that only here can certain things arise. Spiritual
    • a form other than that of spiritual science! One can certainly think
    • a certain extent a replacement for what may be called a kind of
    • In fact, in certain circumstances when an anthroposophist goes
    • certain period of time the anthroposophist also goes through the gate
    • gulf between the living and the dead must be bridged. Under certain
    • the falling roof certainly would have killed him.
    • led past certain possible events that do not actually happen. When a
    • There are certain things that can take place unhindered only if they
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    • through birth he lacks certain forces that would have enabled him to
    • his next earthly life; certain inner formations will be lacking. He
    • will be in a certain sense retarded in relation to what he might have
    • certain fanaticism, satisfies its own strivings, a soul who reveals a
    • the earth, souls who are instinctively endowed with a certain faith
    • in their thinking of going beyond certain limits, who are as if
    • a certain field that they have worked out for themselves, everything
    • accomplished certain specific deeds during his physical incarnation.
    • will, if his karma has placed him in a certain situation. Yet every
    • for a certain period between death and rebirth have to become the
    • are brought about by certain beings of the higher hierarchies who, to
    • sight to behold souls after death who for a certain period serve
    • an oppressive feeling takes hold of us as a result of certain
    • progressive course of evolution are endowed with certain forces that
    • universe but it depends on certain other perfect factors, for all
    • condition. This is true for certain realms but when one penetrates
    • evolution that certain people die in the flower of youth.
    • wisdom-filled cosmic guidance needs certain gruesome situations in
    • unless the karma of certain souls lacking in conscience were to take
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    • certain time. Impulses and desires quite different from those
    • inordinate longing for certain things within earthly conditions and
    • embarked in his Pandora upon a poetical work and at a certain
    • achieving certain things, but failed to do so. What he could have
    • inscription is a dreadful thing. In a certain sense it can be of the
    • When I was here last I said certain things about the passage through
    • to speak about certain aspects of the passage through the Mars
    • certain stage of their existence, are condemned to pass through our
    • earth sphere and one who possesses certain initiate faculties
    • During a certain period between death and a new birth we, too, are
    • planetary system. This should be borne in mind. Thus at a certain
    • Golgotha. Yet in a certain respect, it, too, was a kind of
    • to the facts, for a certain period between death and a new birth,
    • faithfully recorded in the Akasha Chronicle. Certain attributes are
    • on. These spheres are involved in certain movements so that the
    • fact that he acquired in that sphere a certain element of
    • recorded above him. Up there is Mars, in a certain relationship to
    • spheres.) Because Mars stands in a certain relationship to the Moon,
    • When in astrology we ascertain the positions of the planets and also
    • spheres. When the Moon stands in a certain relationship to Mars, and
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    • obviously only deal with certain aspects. Today I will not touch so
    • thoughts in sleep is the substance by means of which, in a certain
    • man is a sense of utter loneliness. From a certain period called the
    • that they seek to reveal certain things out of the higher worlds
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    • example, that through a certain amount of evil with which the soul
    • world. I will deal with this matter from a certain aspect.
    • tell us certain facts about the physical and chemical laws operating
    • that have died centuries ago but this only lasts for a certain period
    • Immoral people feel lonely at a certain phase after death owing to
    • perhaps certain Christian confessions are narrow-minded.
    • worlds. Things only become clear if they can be viewed in a certain
    • to the physical world as the statement made by certain occultists
    • that guide him to a certain place at a certain time.
    • incarnate at a certain time and place are to be endowed with their
    • ancestors from the super-sensible world. In a certain sense we
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    • existence here on earth. In a certain sense, everyday words can only
    • not behave in this way unless in a certain sense we found such
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    • could approach only with a certain superficiality the high goals we
    • Indeed, this very tendency led at a certain time in the evolution of
    • know it really appeared first in a certain specific period. One might
    • often spoken of this from certain points of view. This
    • certain forms; how it develops further; and then how, in the Middle
    • triangle. They certainly exist. But they are not the triangle. The
    • certain demands on your imagination. You must think to yourself that
    • about their work in a certain realm, the realm of the Spirits of
    • intimate, though in a certain sense unconscious, impulse from the
    • soul to the true God, then certainly no development of thought in the
    • twentieth century, and during it certain events have taken place.
    • We can certainly see from this that Spiritual Science, which has to
    • befall one. Thus for example a certain man to-day is stumbling and
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    • does certainly seem rather grotesque if one imagines that the
    • upholds a certain view with many good reasons (one can find good
    • world. He sees numerous examples of a certain kind of animal: they
    • certain times they go through movements that recall human “washing”,
    • Again, there are people who, owing to a certain inwardness, are
    • have to say of such persons that they certainly do recognize what is
    • Idealism there is a certain transition. The crudest kind of
    • Pneumatism does the same. Certainly, anyone who wishes to deliberate
    • Hierarchies, but may still come to an acceptance of certain spiritual
    • But now one can do something else still. One can say: “Certainly
    • because certain processes in my eyes present themselves to me as
    • certainly have around us, but all that we believe we have in these
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    • possible for man; so possible that certain valid proofs can be
    • produced for the correctness of each of them in a certain realm. For
    • certain limited domain, and then sets out to seek proofs for it, but
    • be necessary for certain epochs strongly to oppose the trend of this
    • through certain cognitional forces in the soul itself. A man can be a
    • Gnostic and at the same time have a certain inclination to be
    • There are also Gnostics of Materialism. Certainly they are strange
    • world-outlook signs. Certainly, the Gnosis will render the greatest
    • constellations. It would certainly not be specially favourable if one
    • can be in a certain sense explained, but that they cannot lead into
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    • into account here. But one can say: A certain soul is by nature such
    • different, we can say: In the case of Nietzsche, up to a certain time
    • certain parts of the brain, deep within it, so that they become the
    • certain activity in your brain, this brings about a reflection such
    • was so prepared in his karma that at a certain point of time, by
    • say, in a certain sense, that we can feel ourselves with regard to
    • higher Hierarchies. And we can say that while in a certain manner we
    • indeed, in a certain way, the particles of our brain have their own
    • We have now, in a certain sense, depicted the inner aspect of the
    • which we ought certainly to look upon only with a certain reverence,
    • certain degree; for the laws which have here been shown as the laws
    • do good work in certain fields. I will remain in these, and will make
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    • could approach only with a certain superficiality the high goals we
    • Indeed, this very tendency led at a certain time in the evolution of
    • know it really appeared first in a certain specific period. One might
    • often spoken of this from certain points of view. This
    • certain forms; how it develops further; and then how, in the Middle
    • triangle. They certainly exist. But they are not the triangle. The
    • certain demands on your imagination. You must think to yourself that
    • about their work in a certain realm, the realm of the Spirits of
    • intimate, though in a certain sense unconscious, impulse from the
    • soul to the true God, then certainly no development of thought in the
    • twentieth century, and during it certain events have taken place.
    • We can certainly see from this that Spiritual Science, which has to
    • befall one. Thus for example a certain man to-day is stumbling and
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    • does certainly seem rather grotesque if one imagines that the
    • upholds a certain view with many good reasons (one can find good
    • world. He sees numerous examples of a certain kind of animal: they
    • certain times they go through movements that recall human “washing”,
    • Again, there are people who, owing to a certain inwardness, are
    • have to say of such persons that they certainly do recognize what is
    • Idealism there is a certain transition. The crudest kind of
    • Pneumatism does the same. Certainly, anyone who wishes to deliberate
    • Hierarchies, but may still come to an acceptance of certain spiritual
    • But now one can do something else still. One can say: “Certainly
    • because certain processes in my eyes present themselves to me as
    • certainly have around us, but all that we believe we have in these
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    • possible for man; so possible that certain valid proofs can be
    • produced for the correctness of each of them in a certain realm. For
    • certain limited domain, and then sets out to seek proofs for it, but
    • be necessary for certain epochs strongly to oppose the trend of this
    • through certain cognitional forces in the soul itself. A man can be a
    • Gnostic and at the same time have a certain inclination to be
    • There are also Gnostics of Materialism. Certainly they are strange
    • world-outlook signs. Certainly, the Gnosis will render the greatest
    • constellations. It would certainly not be specially favourable if one
    • can be in a certain sense explained, but that they cannot lead into
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    • into account here. But one can say: A certain soul is by nature such
    • different, we can say: In the case of Nietzsche, up to a certain time
    • certain parts of the brain, deep within it, so that they become the
    • certain activity in your brain, this brings about a reflection such
    • was so prepared in his karma that at a certain point of time, by
    • say, in a certain sense, that we can feel ourselves with regard to
    • higher Hierarchies. And we can say that while in a certain manner we
    • indeed, in a certain way, the particles of our brain have their own
    • We have now, in a certain sense, depicted the inner aspect of the
    • which we ought certainly to look upon only with a certain reverence,
    • certain degree; for the laws which have here been shown as the laws
    • do good work in certain fields. I will remain in these, and will make
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    • see that this phenomenon too points to the significance of certain
    • something which in a certain way also belongs to art, with the mood
    • body, and when both have reached a certain degree of development
    • distinct names. We perceive matter in a certain form, appearing to us
    • in the outer world in a certain way. We speak of the Form, of the
    • sensation to chemical substances because they react to certain
    • saying: Just as life is there in order to renew certain processes,
    • feel certain interior organs of your organism? You go through life
    • the physical organisation of man. Certain acts of will appear after
    • certain thought and feeling processes have taken place. The human
    • harmonise. If certain transmissions are interrupted, certain parts
    • right for certain stages of evolution, but it must be noted that this
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    • part of this wisdom-science has for certain reasons been popularised.
    • teaches of the existence of certain highly evolved men, the
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    • sin”. Here indeed you see that we have to modify certain
    • Schopenhauer therefore is to a certain extent clear that for life to
    • reached puberty possesses a certain amount of energy from which can
    • certain animals migrate in dark caverns, in time their eyes atrophy.
    • tribe who employ a certain breed of dog for hunting. But there is a
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    • learn during certain times when they found themselves in a
    • through as the Rishis had described, but only up to a certain
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    • IN this course of lectures we shall deal with certain questions in the
    • the certainty that, when the time comes, be it to-morrow, or the day
    • to a certain extent necessary that I should do something unusual for
    • certain effects follow certain causes found in spiritual life. This
    • law of causes, and that everywhere it traces certain effects to their
    • respective causes. But people are certainly much less clear as to how
    • warming a sheet of metal. Certainly there is causality. The connection
    • certain extent, get nearer to the idea of karma, even if we do not
    • certain sense, unaltered. Thus we have again come a little nearer to
    • bring about certain results, and who then obtains the desired result
    • determined by a certain fixed law. Thus karma also includes the facts
    • experience which has come to us stands in a certain relationship to a
    • another condition entering in, a certain boredom or discontent. This
    • what had before occupied it; but though repressed for a certain time,
    • compress to a certain point where it resists, and if it were allowed
    • stronger until the change of profession, might also in a certain sense
    • be driven into the background. But after a time a certain resistance
    • establishment of the law. Certainly such a young man, who supposing
    • which take place with a certain regularity; others, again, appear
    • human life which in a certain way is so regular that it is applicable
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    • the various epochs and also with the various peoples. It is certainly
    • karma on the whole, quite certainly do not operate — in the same
    • and have to spend a certain time in order to learn them. Man has to
    • degree than the animals. For although the latter bring a certain great
    • that as regards the development of certain artistic capacities, etc.,
    • organisation, certain forces were necessary, and these are the same
    • dissolved, so to speak, into chaos. Up to a certain time of cosmic
    • certain period in our Earth-phase of evolution, our Earth and our Sun
    • of the earth, certain beings have always remained behind the general
    • certain beings remained behind as the luciferic beings, and through
    • certain sense the remaining behind of the luciferic beings was a
    • they could exercise certain activities; they could bestow on man the
    • not a question of the negligence of the luciferic beings; in a certain
    • if certain beings had not remained behind at the end of the Saturn
    • refine himself, and rise a stage higher. At each step certain beings
    • that all the facts in our earthly development have certain
    • Man was at a certain stage of evolution when the Sun separated. Now
    • confronted with a certain wasting and drying up. The Moon forces had
    • so gross that the more spiritual part of him, which in a certain sense
    • ancestors departed altogether from the earth, and for a certain time
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    • may be exposed to a certain misunderstanding. We shall have to deal
    • and passion. Sides are taken by the laity quite as much as by certain
    • it is certainly convenient to go no further than the immediate cause.
    • We may certainly speak of the diseases of plants, for a real
    • animals — to the tritons. If we cut off certain organs from such
    • in the case of the plant; we have called forth a certain healing power
    • and is in a certain sense independent of it. Now the nature of the
    • encourages growth up to a certain point. When we cut off a part, the
    • not simply conform to certain prescribed functions inspired by the
    • remains. When a certain length of time has passed after death, a time
    • way that from a certain point of time on, an inexplicable depression
    • ordinary life we are so strongly affected by certain experiences,
    • that it can even replace certain parts; but the further we rise the
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    • the course of this or that disease whether one administered a certain
    • a person brings with him certain predispositions which in one
    • Now it must be clearly understood that a certain consequence will come
    • astral body, that it will be prevented from performing certain actions
    • certain directions, and with the desire also to compensate for certain
    • of self which led him in one incarnation to perform certain actions.
    • certain illness, in order that by overcoming it and by developing the
    • position to compensate for certain actions in his previous life.
    • this is due to a certain principle that has come already before us in
    • our studies of Spiritual Science. We know that at a certain point in
    • We can examine certain forms of disease from this standpoint. Let us
    • purposes of healing in a way which betrays a certain want of judgement
    • death should take place in certain cases of illness. No one may say
    • the incurability of a certain illness.
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    • end of certain period. By means of statistics he was able to prove
    • opportunity of fighting against certain resistances, so that his weak
    • impregnated with a predisposition to a certain illness, but, at the
    • sought for has been obtained and in a certain sense the illness has
    • that part of our organism that has achieved a certain cure, if we
    • my condition,’ certain soul forces would thereby become
    • assertions but actual ‘cases.’ A certain person contracts
    • action in a certain condition of the soul.
    • certain periods did they prevail in many lives. When such a
    • From this we see that in a certain respect we can really speak of a
    • external provocation. But this is not so. In a certain sense we are
    • Up to a certain period of his life Luther was deeply imbued with the
    • should now like to emphasise is that Luther had a certain repugnance
    • generally begins an improvement accompanied by a certain feeling of
    • when in certain domains assertions can be driven back upon oneself. In
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    • and that as such characteristics are there, certain tendencies towards
    • if a certain family inherits a certain construction of the ear —
    • together in a certain way. What results from this? The fact of
    • external world. Whether we are awake or not depends upon a certain
    • what extent the various members are linked together in a certain
    • impression analogous to that of a dream, but corresponded to a certain
    • today. In a certain respect the astral body has been wrested from the
    • certain normal standard is necessary for the penetration of the astral
    • standard is exceeded in one direction or another. Certain disturbances
    • physical body. There certainly may arise such a condition where the
    • through certain occurrences in a former life has laid down causes for
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    • least in a certain sense — without being accompanied by pain.
    • always react upon one another, and in a certain sense keep a balance.
    • calm of the spiritual world may be certain that what he perceives are
    • Certainly — but there is only one healthy path by which we can
    • exercised on a being bringing with it certain consequences. Now the
    • spiritual world. When there is no alternative of escape, certain
    • Through Ahriman, therefore, these beings have attained certain results
    • into certain conditions in order to suffer some injury, the conquest
    • We shall see that this is not the case, yet again only on certain
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    • expressions of feelings, impulses and passions, which in a certain way
    • certain symptoms of madness. It will be quite impossible to impress
    • diseased part of the etheric body provokes error in a certain
    • is present in a certain part of the organism, as in our etheric body
    • He who in a certain incarnation passes through such an experience as
    • heal him in a certain way.
    • this consciousness will not only conduce to a certain organisation of
    • logical to conclude that in every incarnation there are certain prime
    • about without being carried by certain people. At a certain moment
    • times have developed if Aristotle had not at a certain time done his
    • and so on, did not live at a certain period for their own sakes but
    • certain time. In such cases a destiny is thrust upon men which need
    • in the course of three incarnations certain gifts that can be given
    • We can go still further and find certain karmic causes in the general
    • also pointed out on other occasions that in a certain respect there
    • which, in a certain way, is a repetition of the third.
    • If we take a certain moment in human evolution, say for instance the
    • certain ritualistic ordinances and commands which appeared as given by
    • certain ablutions which the Egyptians had to perform by day. They were
    • regulated by custom and by certain ritualistic prescriptions, and the
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    • Let us suppose that by certain hygienic measures we render impossible
    • certain causes, certain maladies towards which the karma of a person
    • no wise rests with him. We have seen, for instance, that in a certain
    • by removing certain causes which would otherwise have existed, and
    • certain number of people are impelled by karma to seek for certain
    • certain influences, we merely create the necessity of seeking other
    • certain karmic matters with which mankind had burdened itself in
    • opposite sense. Little by little it discovers a certain emptiness
    • be sought. Souls can remain empty only to a certain stage; then
    • explanations cannot explain certain facts. These are the souls who
    • Let us suppose that a woman lives in a certain incarnation. It cannot
    • soul. We see, therefore, that certain deeds of woman are most
    • say that woman differs from man also in certain qualities of the soul,
    • certain shadings in woman's soul life by virtue of her womanhood. It
    • this respect we might speak of a brain being frozen to a certain
    • characterise certain facts: Whence does a cock derive his beautiful
    • points with certainty to identical causes.
    • for instance, we arrived at a certain place at 9 o'clock, and there
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    • THERE are certain deeper questions of karmic connection concerning
    • answered, without touching, as we shall today, upon certain important
    • the soul holds back in a certain way and is more independent of
    • certain illnesses in one incarnation appear as the karmic consequences
    • that chemistry traces these different materials back to certain
    • substances possessing certain properties which did not admit of being
    • it came about that certain physicists saw in matter certain entities
    • after a certain point, produce steam. We have ice, water, steam, and
    • ‘interchange of tensions.’ Certain processes in the etheric
    • might be given about the relation of the purple foxglove to certain
    • certain treasure of remedies which can always in some way be traced
    • certain school of medicine, and to say, ‘There they give people
    • processes of civilisation. Take a period when certain injuries entered
    • in all such ages — there is always in certain respects a
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    • the East a certain brilliant civilisation had developed. But as every
    • certain darker shadowy elements which should have had no place in
    • could not of itself make a direct beginning. It had to obtain certain
    • to the East, do in fact represent how the pupils of certain Greek
    • see a great part of mankind succumbing to a certain religious egotism,
    • In a preceding evolution as we know, certain beings sacrificed
    • soul-forces are reversed. It is an age in which certain persons —
    • and its effect. Certainly only those will have this power of etheric
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    • surface. It reappeared only when a certain inner calmness and
    • hypercritical people of our time who denounce anthroposophy certainly
    • certain experience for which he must calmly wait. This is a definite
    • in all philosophical systems they had certainly produced stuff that
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    • within the world order that play a certain role in the happenings
    • luciferic and the ahrimanic. Now it would certainly be convenient —
    • certain sense against the general order of the universe — which
    • indicated. Certainly the policy some people choose is more convenient
    • external world, we call for certain reasons spiritual; what is more
    • one quite in accordance with the universal cosmic order. In a certain
    • being meets us with certain qualities. If we are freely receptive to
    • certain qualities that feel satisfied, or charmed, or delighted, when
    • — that they must cultivate a certain sphere of love as
    • great deal of advice is given in this direction and certain
    • that, too, will be contradicted by life. Certainly a hundred imagined
    • develop to a certain degree for the physical world. None of the
    • has the greatest difficulty in becoming clear about certain of its
    • more easily said than done. There are certain qualities that
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    • can even bring it about through its elasticity that in certain
    • together certain parts of the soul and rest within oneself. In the
    • with a certain calmness because they convey what the things are; only
    • when a person is a bit neurotic does he run away from certain colors,
    • the spiritual world if you will look with a certain amount of inner
    • certainly ought not to do so.
    • lotus flowers and elemental backbone. By practicing certain methods
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    • with a certain justification, indeed even with complete
    • certainly something else that can demolish Ferdinand Fox's argument.
    • earlier lives on earth, we have to gain through a certain necessary
    • don't recognize them.” That is certainly the case hundreds and
    • earth will appear in a certain characteristic way, so that a truly
    • In a certain respect this frame of mind must stream out
    • can only reply: certainly it may be so; this is as well-known to the
    • initiates of every age could behold the significance in a certain
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    • Certainly there must be atoms; it is quite correct to talk
    • forces, the Word itself is laid hold of only to a certain extent.
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    • lecture we suggested using certain images of triads in their numeric
    • brought into a certain opposition to the Gothic, which is more open
    • to the luciferic element; it shows a certain trend that in their
    • We will certainly have to recognize what extraordinary
    • Ahriman more active, or is Lucifer?” It is certainly easy in
    • certain concepts without which, of course, we can manage quite well
    • Then we have to endure a certain experience that can be
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    • course of the four dramas. A certain stage in his soul development is
    • falls occultly in love with Theodora. Certain physical impulses
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    • civilization, but that for this there is a certain valid necessity.
    • night we stand unconsciously before the Guardian. Certainly he is a
    • in the dream that they are selfless, or those who assume a certain
    • certainly stagnate and become sclerotic unless it receives
    • Certainly for the healing and development of humanity we
    • life, our hearts will certainly be united by our enthusiasm and our
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    • course of time, and we know for certain that they will one day pass
    • certain spiritual beings of a lower grade than the Elohim themselves,
    • Autumn how that which in a certain sense belongs to us, again decays.
    • everything else is in a certain way analogous. To occult vision is
    • in a certain way to the other side of the earth. When it is Summer in
    • Now, I should here like to mention that a certain idea, taken from
    • life of the earth. And it is the same with the deficiency of certain
    • takes place, we see that man certainly loses his body, but that the
    • parent is still living, the following may be noticed: Certain
    • some strength, certain qualities which had belonged to the father. If
    • that works for the future, we have need of certain fundamental ideas
    • certain metals are examined by spectrum analysis, or when for
    • certainly investigated it, but the others, the majority, have to
    • observed in many cases. A man notices at a certain time that he has
    • directions. But the different roads meet at certain junctions and
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    • penetrate into certain secrets of existence and life, if we would
    • have reached a certain level; but those which must be wiped out by
    • the grains of corn would have no food. In order that certain things
    • because certain beings sacrifice themselves before they have reached
    • Now we pass to the other question, which also in a certain way
    • wolf group-soul. It is true that certain abstruse philosophers say,
    • which does not rise beyond a certain threshold and which only faintly
    • animal kingdom would in a certain respect come to an end. The animal
    • from within certain inner impulses which have to be stimulated from
    • when out of a multitude of grains of corn certain of them are
    • develops of its own free will. Hence it is necessary that a certain
    • the matter stands. Suppose that here is a certain quantity of force:
    • them certain aims; but they have also chosen the stage on which these
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    • certain elements that have remained from the past. As you will have
    • certain things that can open the way to an understanding of how this
    • certain distance in time, it seems to us to be immersed in fantasy,
    • Egypto-Chaldean age. Our modern humanity is certainly not sensitive
    • certain feeling which still remains today, a feelings shared by those
    • remained behind. Just as in the evolution of earth and man certain
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    • certain activities, certain influences and forces and they had
    • that certain results may ensue, but that continually meets with fresh
    • that a certain hardening would arise on earth brought about by an
    • There will certainly be onesidedness in this cultural epoch. That goes
    • you. I would like, however, to indicate certain phenomena of our time
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    • further reason that causes certain difficulties in treating conditions
    • by modern man when a veil is drawn over certain processes that are
    • that man does not understand certain things that thrust themselves
    • continue to advance without reference being made, with a certain care
    • Atlantis. I also indicated how a certain ahrimanic attack was launched
    • has been overcome in a certain respect but continues to live on in it
    • were a great number of individuals who had been initiated into certain
    • manner. Moreover, only certain secrets were communicated to the
    • called ahrimanic in the fullest sense. Nevertheless, certain feelings
    • gifted with a certain atavistic clairvoyance when they had been
    • through certain magic forces. He could inflict them upon those whom he
    • Now at a certain time a being was born in Central America who set
    • continuous initiation that he would come to know a certain basic
    • within certain limits, relatively good — because it is an
    • certain nation rather than for his own character and qualities. This
    • certain present-day phenomena as they come to light in other works
    • things, then today I should have been able to speak of certain secrets
    • us to be discontent with revelling in the possession of a certain
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    • other. Rather, at certain times what comes later places itself
    • only by their means can man go through a certain stage of his
    • less involuntary. The force enabling him to reach a certain knowledge
    • nineteenth century a certain longing has arisen, as if through some
    • that certain learned men and scientists who must be taken seriously
    • mediums and mediumistic seances to the subtlest things that certain
    • originating in this way. This was certainly a great surprise to those
    • splendid progress have brought him to a certain summit of attainment.
    • everything. In fact, however, only certain portions of spiritual
    • them after they had undergone a certain severe moral test. First came
    • imparted knowledge itself must contain a certain force that brings
    • a good book, recently published, that tries to show with a certain all
    • lest he put himself straight into the service of certain evil powers.
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    • As a continuation of yesterday's lecture, certain things must be said
    • meeting, I will repeat certain matters in the lectures still to be
    • were, where certain mystery cults were gradually established during
    • These mystery cults assumed a certain character inasmuch as they were
    • Certain priests of these Asian mysteries were initiated into the
    • era in America. Everyone who was to attain a certain degree of
    • certain faculties of perception that can only be engendered through an
    • to a certain degree of this initiation. The murder was performed under
    • performed with great dexterity. Certain experiences arose from the act
    • and through them a certain degree of knowledge concerning the
    • medical art of a certain character. Such beings are always described
    • widely practiced, not in public but within the precincts of certain
    • We may assume that certain ahrimanic forces flow into the European
    • that human life has taken on a certain coloring as a result of the
    • speak only of certain matters.
    • a certain view of life gradually unfolds. The problem of natural urges
    • But under the influence of Ahriman it has assumed a certain character
    • certain form of prosperity among men, is so distorted that prosperity
    • certainly enable the human soul, even in life, to rise above and to
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    • from the middle of medieval times, and come to know how certain
    • underwent a certain spiritualization in Goethe, I must refer to the
    • Europe — should have led to a certain penetration of European
    • possible for a certain second-hand sort of knowledge to arise in the
    • looked upon as determined by a certain necessity. Humanity was not yet
    • certainly drawn up into the spiritual world who would still have done
    • almost certainly follow the line of Goethe's instinct. The secret of
    • understanding. I have already shown in certain respects how the
    • said, “A certain Mr. Lewes has written a book, which was for some
    • something quite remarkable. In fact, in a certain respect it is not at
    • fighting and strife he, who is a great seer in a certain way, turns to
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    • of the age. In a certain respect, they also reflect upon things. But
    • beheaded, been divorced from a certain number, and so on.
    • things to a certain conclusion. As a rule, one skims over things in
    • created in his book, from a certain atavistic clairvoyance, a picture
    • the impulses proceeding from England. Certain people appear within
    • who give Europe a certain configuration, we find in all of them a
    • Now we see a certain concomitant phenomenon that appears in all these
    • impulses, is dependent on the fact that a certain religious body was
    • accused themselves of other crimes. A certain number afterward
    • tunnel. Tunnels are not built nowadays unless certain calculations are
    • the cosmos in order to be educated in a certain way through thoughts.
    • following is presented, for example. He comes upon a certain movement
    • Seen from a certain point of view, it is the sun's course; but when I
    • But the earth, too, makes certain movements in the course of a year.
    • the sun has left. After a certain time we are, in fact, on the spot in
    • are, at a certain time of the year, at the very place where the sun
    • certain times we are approximately at the places where Mercury was,
    • a man knows, really knows, that at a certain time in the course of the
    • have brought renewal and refreshment to mankind. In a certain respect,
    • position is such that certain thoughts can only be grasped by the
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    • finger we feel a certain pain, a discomfort. Why do we feel discomfort
    • the real origin of this spiritual life, we must pass through certain
    • certainly another form than they had in ancient Greece. In the East
    • spiritual life, then we can go back, mounting the path to certain
    • history, we are told that from the highlands of Asia certain people
    • processions through the villages at a certain season of the year, with
    • three threads chaotically at work. Always in a certain sense there has
    • We find also a certain revolt against the Roman system of Rights, a
    • certain spirituality. Again and again there appears some such sentence
    • soul-vision, to a certain spirituality.” In Eastern Europe they
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    • certain materialistic mentality, spoke quite differently from the way
    • a sign only was made, a sign which resembles certain combinations of
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    • Although it might be said, with a certain amount of feeling or logic,
    • because a certain receptivity is necessary. You have heard this
    • Will of course plays a certain part in the formation of the ideas, but
    • certain extent for the death of man. With reference to our head
    • will reply: “Certainly. No houses would have been built, no
    • culture than of the post-Socratic. It is certainly true that with
    • reality taken place. Our University professors will certainly not
    • soul-content, however, is a great hallucination — certainly a
    • resolved upon this course. The only way to present certain facts today
    • realized today that the progress of the World has a certain
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    • present-day man is, in a certain respect, empty, we only know that we
    • revelations are nothing less than that which definitely (in a certain
    • is certainly something that most people today wish to avoid,
    • the past and conceals the future — though in a certain way the
    • detail. You all know the wind that blows from a certain quarter
    • owns about twenty-five lodges, one-fifth of which are certainly
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    • for certain circles to unite with the spirit, then at the beginning of
  • Title: Lecture: Knowledge and Initiation
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    • natural science, is filled with certain judgments and prejudices which
    • contemplation, we may indeed reach to a certain amount of faith or
    • into our feelings and bring them into a certain clarity, but our
    • between the two — we find that for willing there is a certain
    • abstracted for a certain time from everything else in the world, so
    • certain muscle, by its doing the work for which it is best fitted,
    • a certain moment when the soul will have an experience of such
    • there is a certain vitality and life; they are experienced in a very
    • with us certain super-sensible forces direct from the super-sensible
    • this world with certain particular faculties and qualities of
    • something that is present, that is certainly outside the world of the
    • sound at all, there is memory. If we learn a certain thought or
    • volitional life like? For instance, we have a certain conception, and
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    • imagination and concentration, by means of certain exercises, the
    • as he comprehends, in a certain sense, only lifeless nature. It is an
    • reach anything else. Certainly there will be progress beyond
    • the first few centuries there was a certain understanding of the
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    • HEN anthroposophy is discussed in certain circles today, one of the
    • what was then considered in a certain sense the ancestry of man.
    • will. In superhuman pride, certain beings revolted because they
    • a certain sense, is also a divine corpse, though on a higher plane,
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    • people had the idea of instituting a festival at a certain time of the
    • But while thinking and willing have assumed a certain character by
    • a higher one. When man enters into a certain relationship with them,
    • to do it — a certain dead weight acts in our soul: the elemental
    • except for having derived a certain satisfaction from what he read
    • confidence in a spiritual impulse, grasped at a certain point of time,
    • their blood circulation a certain psychic element in addition to the
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    • in the wider sense. But the knowledge of this connection certainly
    • consciousness certainly present in ordinary life, though an inferior
    • discover a certain emotional content underlying the actual dream
    • In this connection, there are certain quaint people who keep trying to
    • laws diminish in a similar ratio and eventually, beyond a certain
    • primitive way, a certain space for a chamber that was covered for
    • arrangement which in a certain way was impervious to the physical
    • Only one who had passed through a certain training could make sense of
    • Now, to raise this heart as a sense organ to a certain degree of
    • reflects the sunlight that then, under certain conditions, falls on
    • reached only by ascending, in a certain sense, to the spirit world. In
    • any abstract instruction; with the result that at a certain age a man
    • his second teeth or reaches puberty at a certain age, so men of old
    • rains! In certain localities where there is a great deal of rain, it
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    • certain Mysteries at the height of summer, the season in which we have
    • quarters; and I must say that a certain policy adhered to by some of
    • certain arrangements that bring about nothing but abstract
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    • creating a world of mental pictures, which in a certain way reflect
    • certain satisfaction in this grasping of his own inner being.
    • certain sense to the sun existence and that you travel with the light
    • with certainty that all this is connected with his memory. Memory
    • certain colouring, but something is expressed which has passed over
    • memory to a certain extent, but it is more difficult to transpose
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    • through an Ahrimanic world has in the case of certain human beings a
    • the Greek method, by acting on the body in a certain way they also
    • Now by means of certain
    • consist in man’s concentrating inwardly on certain organs of
    • there, live certain Ahrimanic spirits. He must then say with
    • his thoughts and at the same time to a certain extent his feelings
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    • shall add certain things today to what has been said, keeping in
    • left out of certain experiences altogether. In this way the whole
    • certain perfection! It would be extraordinarily inspiring for
    • which I am now saying should have a certain significance especially
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture IV: The Ephesian Mysteries of Artemis
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    • entirety, and this applies in a certain sense to his etheric body
    • the stars even by day. There is a certain tower in Jena, for
    • Even one who has already attained a certain higher
    • language on earth. It certainly has a vocal-consonantal character but
    • ancient Saturn period, had reached a certain density. If such a thing
    • certain time, about the middle of this Saturn period these beings
    • indirectly, by the metals. Ovid was certainly not himself capable of
    • with the impression which one receives; but in a certain sense the
    • important thing. Certainly in very few cases will the man himself
    • this. A certain number of other metals such as potassium, calcium,
    • sodium, magnesium, also play a certain role, but a larger number of
    • earth, though certainly in an exceedingly diluted form — I must
    • being formed it follows certain directions of force which are
    • is treated electrically in a certain way and then brought to the
    • something is being thrown off that does not go beyond a certain
    • would certainly be in a fiery fluid condition. But in the environment
    • but there is a certain elasticity in this cosmic space, and the
    • proceed to a certain boundary and then return. One can observe this
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    • through inner vision comes into a certain relationship with the
    • on. We know that we ourselves live, in a certain sense, in a sort of
    • nitrogen also plays a certain role. We picture to ourselves in
    • the earth had reached a certain density and had acquired forces such
    • combination, but that is nonsense. What we know as certain higher
    • to a certain extent from out of the universe. That is why, today, if
    • rock. This limestone rock certainly came to the earth later but it
    • becomes denser and denser. In certain localities the silica
    • certainly not yet a free will, but his own. All this was necessary as
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    • temple of Diana of Ephesus. To him who is initiated to a certain
    • certain extent, something from the word ascends in order to take up
    • When the pupil had in this manner to a certain extent
    • as something living within himself man could in a certain sense
    • If you were to study certain diseased conditions of the
    • these secrets which rest in the lap of time; for in a certain sense,
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VII: The Mysteries of Hibernia
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    • order to draw your attention to certain connections between that
    • certain sense at the starting-point of modern spiritual life, in that
    • and inspired up to a certain stage by this primeval wisdom, could
    • his balance in life, must take part in that which to a certain extent
    • certain longing. Indeed, to experience such things signifies much
    • head of the statue, the rest of him was below, to a certain extent
    • human head — so the pupil felt — he certainly reaches
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    • experiences he attains to certain conquests, essentially strengthens
    • certainly care for what is necessary for life, but his soul was again
    • consciousness — it was certainly a very stem Initiation even if
    • when he felt himself to a certain extent in empty space, in that
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    • a certain way, or whether a volume of air is out there this moment
    • certain epochs in the Old Moon-organization when within the
    • yourself to the sun so that with a certain pleasure its light and
    • Certainly later historians who are, as it were, ashamed for the sake
    • Thus a time came when in a certain sense, a veil of
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture X: The Chthonic and the Eleusinian Mysteries
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    • which today is but little noticed; the fact that man carries certain
    • external substances of nature in his being while certain other
    • etheric body they also impregnate the physical body, in a certain
    • something certainly higher than we now possess but this will at the
    • certain human beings in Central Europe. Theophrastus had given his
    • certain monasteries and lived on under the surface. For instance, we
    • to come in the evolution of humanity. That must come through certain
    • place before your souls a certain historical phenomenon, and in the
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XI: The Secret of Plants, of Metals, and of Men
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    • in the logical presentations of Aristotle, that a certain inner
    • element certain properties which he has discovered. Then he observes
    • lead-grey made a peculiar impression upon the inner eye. In a certain
    • karma carries in his liver certain characteristics. Such a
    • because, at a certain point of time Venus is brought into a certain
    • Spain, and spread into certain regions in Central Europe as the
    • experience, and this personal experience consisted in a certain inner
    • dissatisfaction, a certain inner discomfort which was felt in this
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    • flesh and blood, they belong together in a certain bodily way. And
    • certain signs in the sacrificial smoke) certain characteristics; and
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XIII: Transition from the Spirit of the Ancient Mysteries to the Spirit of the Mysteries of the Middle Ages
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    • on Golgotha was in a certain sense a combination of everything which
    • certainly not sincere in their striving. There was good reason for
    • is at the same time to be found to a certain extent in the whole of
    • When a certain definite complex appears in a man, it shows he is not
    • “The human organism under certain conditions, if one simply
    • again be found. These medieval investigators certainly had knowledge
    • scepticism, but a deep uncertainty of mind; no weakness of will, but
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XIV: Human Soul-Strivings During the Middle Ages the Rosicrucian Mysteries
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    • particularly complete in itself, but because it can to a certain
    • Rosicrucians. This designation is in a certain sense quite
    • not reach this highest, but from a certain point of view their
    • skylight, so that at certain definite times of the day the sun could
    • twilight at a certain definite time of the day. The pupil had been
    • which, from that time on, gave him more understanding for certain
    • life, that therefore when in a certain dose it is introduced into the
    • physical vision to the moon forms. At certain definite times he did
    • be attained in that way. Today man directs his telescope to a certain
    • calculates; or he may study a certain substance and place the
    • of the sun. It was then said, with a certain justice, that there was
    • alchemical investigators made certain alchemical experiments —
    • Historical documents were therefore certainly not such as deeply to
    • the Spirits of Nature, the spirits behind the elements, when certain
    • observations of nature were made, or certain experiments performed —
    • of Nature, then certain Spirits of Nature came around them and told
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    • reached a certain — albeit provisional —
    • the old. Only if we develop certain atavistic faculties will we
    • science we discover at first certain guidelines for empirical
    • research, certain ruling principles, showing us, for instance,
    • sitting there side by side. I look at them and form certain
    • needle itself. He would certainly not be considered a physicist
    • to ask whether under certain conditions in the human organism
    • considered secondary. To a certain limited extent they are
    • which most cures are based. There is a certain feeling that it
    • by Inspiration, these pictures acquire a certain consistency, a
    • something, and so in modern times certain scientists who dabble
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    • and finish it in a certain period of time, I would begin —
    • general organic activity rays out in a certain sense, at least
    • certain point of culmination. After this, deterioration sets
    • certain organic culmination. On the other hand, the physical
    • development of the human being receives a certain impetus at
    • human being as he lives on the earth. What in a certain way can
    • there is still a certain relation through mediation.
    • short time at our disposal I can only give you certain ultimate
    • in our physical world if certain conditions were not fulfilled
    • what you can see and observe of these functions with a certain
    • investigated up to a certain point with the microscope, but
    • possible to what I have said. Take certain lower animals where
    • certain childhood illnesses, for example — in
    • order to find out how certain psychological phenomena, tending
    • You yourselves can certainly discover the methods; they will be
    • dig pits of a certain depth and put the potatoes into them so
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    • certain regulative factors found in the organism. As a second
    • certain significance which I well appreciate, but among other
    • and such a lesson causes certain symptoms of fatigue in the
    • fatigue thus ascertained, conclusions are drawn as to the right
    • attention to certain typical diseases of the female sex; actual
    • of some plant on the head organization, and hence on certain
    • organizations are all working together in a certain way so that
    • achieved by the proper use of certain remedies that have
    • we must first have ascertained its specific effect upon this or
    • certain point in these matters and then go no further. Thus you
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    • applied in certain specific details in the preparation of our
    • describing certain principles of method today I will do my best
    • stages of individual human development, a certain portion of
    • sulfur. If a flower contains a certain amount of sulfur, this
    • and undermined in a certain way. It is not really undermined as
    • We can certainly
    • certain plants. If, for instance, we prepare the leaf of
    • certain salts. But we must really know how to relate the
    • material. When this happens, certain metabolic diseases arise
    • activity and the excretion of sweat are in a certain sense
    • for a certain length of time, this is the best possible cure,
    • able to give you certain hints as to method here, but you will
    • certain sense. I have been able to offer only a tiny fragment,
    • brings about a certain relation to the vitalizing process. That
    • does indeed lead to certain goals, but with this method a great
    • certain way by nature herself. Even in the production of
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture I: Physiology and Therapeutics
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    • natural scientific orientation, the study of medicine is certainly led to
    • It seems to me that a belief has arisen with a certain urgency in recent
    • connections between certain natural processes in accordance with this
    • a certain way. In short, when we penetrate into the realm of medicine, we
    • are immediately made uncertain and skeptical in relation to the approach
    • that while materialism has certainly made its appearance, materialism
    • alone cannot satisfy certain demands of human feeling; it is also unable
    • certainly stemming from the sequence of my mental images but not seen
    • consideration certain extreme cases of the pathological, first in abstract
    • consideration. Thus if a person wishes to consider a certain formation in
    • normal and abnormal, can certainly be used.
    • out of himself, shapes his willing, feeling, and thinking to a certain
    • certain results in the thought realm would be revealed to us. The
    • carcinoma by drawing something in a certain spot (red); these are forces
    • distorted, a certain instinct lived in him for natural events, even in the
    • A saying thus emerged out of Schelling that was certainly not built on
    • shrouded in a certain mysterious darkness: “To know the spirit means to
    • that here there arises a certain kinship to manic or similar conditions, for
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    • soul, and from this he acquired a principle. It would certainly be
    • inspiration. Schelling, who certainly was by no means an initiate but
    • certain childlike quality in later life. Those people who age no
    • certain way, only from another side. One finds that there is too much
    • certain extent: instead we wish to drive out the organizing force,
    • should certainly not be pursued abstractly. Anyone who does not
    • material. It is certainly not so arrogant as to try to explain mental
    • materialism, that in certain regards it leads to a misunderstanding,
    • while the proletarian nature is taken hold of by a certain
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    • medicine and the like. We should certainly not align ourselves with
    • those that will be raised today. Though in a certain sense this has
    • hold of the physical organism, whereupon certain parts of the physical
    • extends over the entire human being so that in a certain sense the
    • what spiritual science has to say with certainty from its side will be
    • certain way. This polar opposition must be studied carefully in order
    • perception. You need only pursue what certain inspired physiologists
    • mental images. You will see then that this assertion is certainly well
    • upward-striving process certain salts, potassium salts, are deposited
    • organism when this breakdown process is dammed up in a certain way, we
    • at least in accordance with certain types, at first in accordance with
    • in a certain way polarically. By this means we can be guided into
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    • a spiritual scientific study of medicine, bringing about a certain
    • reach a certain level, having its actual significance in the head.
    • abdominalis. The manifestations of typhus may certainly be studied
    • works in a certain way by virtue of its striving upward, working in an
    • from plants can restrain certain processes that are unfolding
    • must first gain certain anthroposophical understandings of the human
    • works in a certain way in physical life. We may therefore say that if
    • I could certainly demonstrate to you in detail how, especially through
    • through certain processes that we bring about in it. The physical
    • force-organization lying at the basis of the ego-activity in a certain
    • activity, though working merely physically. In a certain way we thus
    • human being. Man is a microcosm in a certain respect. If these forces
    • human being with the surrounding world, we have been able to ascertain
    • head system. Thus in the human head system there are always certain
    • certain age, at which time this activity of bone formation ceases. We
    • though appearing in a certain respect as the opposite. If we look at
    • the dispute between allopathy and homoeopathy. In certain areas,
    • evident, as in these cases I have indicated to you. With certain small
    • Certain salts work in the opposite way, substances now that are not
    • For certain processes, for example the process lying at the basis of
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    • certain — albeit provisional — perfection. This must
    • return to the old. Only if we develop certain atavistic faculties
    • ask you to-day to forgive certain pedantic ideas.
    • ordinary empiricism. From Spiritual Science we discover certain
    • guiding lines for empirical research, certain ruling principles,
    • there side by side. I look at them and form certain ideas about them.
    • certainly not be considered a physicist to-day. A physicist brings
    • It hardly ever occurs to us to ask whether under certain conditions
    • forces that work in from the Cosmos are secondary. To a certain
    • which most cures are based. There is a certain feeling that it must
    • and so certain scientists who dabble in philosophy have been given
    • certain anecdote. Many years ago I once attended a meeting where an
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    • were asked to map out a course of medical study to cover a certain
    • steps are not taken — at all events in regard to certain
    • represents a certain point of culmination. After this, deterioration
    • sense after the first occurrence of sexual activity, but to a certain
    • the human being receives a certain stimulus at puberty. So that even
    • least directly of all, although even here there is still a certain
    • of the short time at our disposal I can only give you certain
    • world if certain conditions were not fulfilled in the human organism.
    • certain instinctive inner perception to these functions, you
    • investigated up to a certain point in the microscope, but then there
    • into this. Take certain lower animals where there is no trace at all
    • certain diseases of children you will find, for instance, that a
    • that direction. You can certainly discover the methods on your own
    • their potatoes through the winter, dig pits of a certain depth and
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    • consequences have to be brought into equilibrium by certain
    • called — has a certain significance which I well appreciate,
    • Such and such a lesson causes certain symptoms of fatigue in the
    • thus ascertained, conclusions are drawn as to the right kind of
    • to certain typical diseases of women; metabolic diseases proper arise
    • roots of some plant on the head organisation, and hence on certain
    • is a specific remedy for certain sexual diseases, externally
    • proper use of certain remedies which are injected into the organism.
    • warmth, only we must first have ascertained its specific effect upon
    • followed by a certain rise in the patient's temperature. You
    • I propose to speak of certain matters in the realm of therapy, and
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    • certain ways of approach and therapeutic methods, as revealed by
    • clear. In certain specific details this point of view has been
    • will perhaps not be so immediately evident, but in describing certain
    • nourishment is the beginning of a certain poisoning. Actual
    • the early stages of individual development, a certain portion of
    • If a flower contains a certain amount of sulphur, this means that
    • a state of affairs may certainly be regarded as a complex of
    • affairs in the leaves of certain plants. If, for instance, we prepare
    • the right way, we have a remedy composed of sulphur, iron and certain
    • certain metabolic diseases which are so highly resistant to
    • certain sense polar opposites; in other words they are intimately
    • in. If for a certain length of time the organism can be made to
    • have been able only to give you certain hints as to method, but you
    • abruptly. Medicine indeed demands in a certain respect a knowledge of
    • structure, for this brings about a certain relation to the
    • be fruitful. It does indeed lead to certain goals, but a great deal
  • Title: Social Future: Lecture I: The Social Question as a Cultural Question, a Question of Equity, and a Question of Economics
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    • to arrive at certain laws according to which the economic life of a
    • certain impelling force applicable to life. One truth, especially,
    • certain definite attitude of the modern human soul. He who can
    • certain evils of social life? We have seen that the scientific view
    • machinations of certain persons, and the idea of justice, of the
    • expression to the paradox: Woodrow Wilson, who certainly imagined a
    • certainly must, to the well-being of the social order in modern
    • economically weak remain the uneducated. A certain connection has
    • appearance in Europe as an accompaniment of certain events. If we
    • individual must attach a certain value to a commodity, and in this
    • which is the result of human, subjective judgment, or of certain
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    • to approach the phenomena of the world with a certain amount of
    • accept the truths of the Pythagorean theorem through certain inner
    • facts of social knowledge, until certain fundamental facts reveal
    • these lectures to show that certain phenomena of social life give
    • thinkers conceive of some form of economic life whereby certain
    • centuries, certain evils have arisen. The evils are evident enough:
    • socialist. thinkers have acquired certain isolated facts of knowledge
    • of certain means of production has led, for instance of European post
    • certain persons presume to take the whole administration of the
    • are certain branches of production; these must be managed by the
    • measures and such institutions as those described will of a certainty
    • to-day. There, certain individuals were able to carry out these ideas
    • is exchanged for another, a certain standard of quality must be
    • scheme is successfully carried out. Certain circumstances demand
    • man in a certain sense from the actual economic process, just because
    • to agree on certain arrangements, otherwise the economic life could
    • altogether regulated by capitalism; that certain products create
    • another in exchange for his own service. For this purpose certain
    • certain commodity, because it will have a certain value in the
    • under consideration. It certainly gives the impulse to the demand.
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    • has assumed certain distinct forms. The legal system and cultural
    • them. There are certainly many academic-theoretical treatises extant
    • their intercourse with one another bring them into certain
    • development of humanity on earth certain powers and capacities,
    • certain attributes developed in the succeeding epochs of time out of
    • his work, that he should feel a certain devotion to it. The old
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    • strange as the question may appear to the holders of certain artistic
    • certainly, that being can never he free. That self must act of inner
    • certainly not treat the book as it deserves; he will tear it to
    • religious work? Certainly not the proclamation of theories and dogmas
    • little has it been understood even by theologians of a certain type
    • to bring about a social future in accordance with certain
    • certain limits, this kind of tuition is justified. But there are
    • certainly have no idea of that which the Dornach Building represents
  • Title: Social Future: Lecture V: The Cooperation of the Spiritual, Political and Economic Departments of Life
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    • idea, it is certainly true that in life things can and do unite which
    • spiritual life in certain spheres of art, of philosophy, and of
    • and the political life, and was to a certain extent carried on
    • life has won for itself a certain position in the world, independent
    • certain maxims and points of view for the economic life, has been
    • and in economic life. Certainly this is not difficult. We need seek
    • (1919). And Robert Wilbrand is quite certain that every attempt made
    • community was to a certain extent only the reproduction or the
    • economic system of society, the form demanded by certain radical
  • Title: Social Future: Lecture VI: National and International Life in the Threefold Social Organism
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    • noticeably lacking in these lectures. Certainly, thoughts and ideas
    • love is certainly less evident in our day. In speaking of egoism, we
    • with the man. It grows into him as a certain bodily growth. He does
    • is the correction of certain evils in the common life of nations. But
    • out some reform or other. Some one sees that a certain luxury has
    • certainly not controlled by ideas which originate in matter. As the
  • Title: World Economy: Lecture I
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    • everything took place in England with a certain logical consistency;
    • were unable to make certain goods at prices as cheap as were possible
    • Thus, on the one hand, we can characterise a certain period — the
    • as automata, certainly not as conscious beings. I have often explained
    • Forty-five years ago, I came into a certain family. They showed me a
    • only to apply to certain individual cells. Hence, if you study French
  • Title: World Economy: Lecture II
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    • the most simple case: At a given place, A, we have a certain
    • commodity: at place A it has a certain price. But suppose it is not
    • cereals, can he uniquely determined, at a given place, from certain
    • I once witnessed the following case: In a certain district land is
    • Up to a certain point, of course, all these systems have their
    • view. Such a man as Adam Smith certainly did not think in a stupid or
    • reflection, perhaps even speculation — Labour is given a certain
    • direction: the various units of Labour are brought into certain mutual
    • gives it a certain modification (right).
  • Title: World Economy: Lecture III
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    • Let us take an example. For certain purposes in life we use a
    • have grown accustomed in a certain sense to compare with one another.
    • and thermometer to ascertain the state of air and warmth. So far,
    • Take a special case. Let us assume that by certain observations
    • theoretical nature) we ascertain that in a given place, in a given
    • sphere, the price of a certain commodity falls considerably, so much
    • Certain social conditions obtained among men — caste-forming and
    • Labour was performed in a certain sense instinctively. Whether one man
    • outer life. This again takes place within a certain historic epoch,
    • were very strict in certain districts in oriental antiquity) such that
    • For the division of labour entails a certain economic consequence. We
    • make my own clothes for myself. He will then devote a certain portion
    • another, the various products will have certain values and
    • circulation of the products, the tailor's products have a certain
    • will certainly be eliminated. They will not enter into the general
  • Title: World Economy: Lecture IV
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    • he makes up his accounts after a certain lapse of time? Will he be in
    • price. It will only be a question of time. After a