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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • Another important point is that the main part of this schooling does
    • not express itself in any particular external formalities, nor does it
    • members or experiences, he does need to acquire an intimate knowledge
    • schooling; the aspirant must view life in these ways. He does not,
    • corrected by sense reality itself. If, however, a person does not
    • permeates him. Without treading this path of reverence one does not
    • truths of anthroposophy and spiritual science. In this way does the
    • place between two persons. It does no good to seek instruction on
    • The soul eye does not take as long. It requires several months in one,
    • though it is really easy, it does hold true here that the easy is
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • that does not concern itself in any way with current questions, with
    • would have to ask with each genius, ‘Where does the insanity
    • the women's question does not bear witness to the fact that those who
    • classes of humanity. Does the question concerning woman exist in the
    • if it doesn't agree with them. This had to happen. But humanity will
    • have a similar relation to the average person in the street as does a
    • But the plant does not
    • just as a magnet does. It forms for itself a masculine and a feminine
    • the more does the body become an instrument, and the more do they
    • purely human. Theosophy does not speak of the genesis and development
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • the world's rapidly increasing population does not eat meat, it
    • does not matter what food one takes, rather must one rise above the
    • have to say, therefore, does not recommend one course as opposed to
    • another, and he who assumes that it does will misunderstand it
    • statement, “A man is what he eats,” does not have a
    • applicable only to him, since spiritual science does not consider
    • man to be so closely connected with the animals as does natural
    • the astral body does when it dissolves the substances assimilated
    • his organism. Plant food does not combine much fat. The human
    • such a substitute, to that extent does he become its slave. If
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • Man is unaware that the will does not sleep during the night because
    • he only knows how to be awake in his life of thought. The will does
    • plunge into the Divine Will where the intellect does not intervene and
    • does not yet exist. The teachings of the Enlightened One will not
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • time does not know of them? We need only mention the “political
    • and responsible positions in public life have had to study as one does
    • means of remembering where it is. This does not, of course, apply to all
    • consciously into connection with the deed he does, and also that he forms
    • body. The restless daily bustle of modern life does not allow them the
    • quite differently on occasion the things we do habitually. This does not
    • hand what he commonly does with the right, he will strengthen the
    • often convinced he will be if he does the things there are so many reasons in
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • Granted, in ordinary life and science the soul does indeed confront
    • life on earth he does not inherit everything from his mother and
    • Men in ancient cultures faced the world as a child does. The child's
    • being does not possess a body, would have lost its connection with the
    • him. A path of development must now be followed that does not lead us
    • historical Jesus. It does this at a time when external investigation,
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • into the most profound human secrets. What does it represent? There is a
    • in the mists that spread out over the earth, we see something that does not
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • the process does not yet depend upon our consciousness but works as an
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • power, a power that does not approach the human being simply because
    • without, does one who lives in spiritual worlds know what is within
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • As you all know, water doesn't burn. The chemist takes hydrogen out of
    • something that can actually happen does happen — for instance,
    • What activity does a person usually engage in when he confronts his
    • to them and forms mental images about them. As a rule he does nothing
    • person who does exercises of this kind. And if he continues to do them
    • doesn't need to exert himself. However, as soon as we become passive
    • us in the way a vision or hallucination does. We must be fully active
    • devoutly over to the stream of cosmic events, as he does in sleep. In
    • again as he does in sleep.
    • speaks of reincarnation. Spiritual science certainly does not draw
    • prejudice. Spiritual science also doesn't need to shy away from it
    • Now, how does spiritual science want to introduce the facts I've just
    • deepened by scientific knowledge. Spiritual science doesn't want to
    • doesn't need any prophets because by its very nature it bases what it
    • biologist. The difference is that the spiritual researcher does his
    • Spiritual science does not want to usurp the place of Christianity; on
    • spiritually. Nature didn't change because of Copernicus, nor does the
    • third year? Does this mean that what lives in him now was not already
    • doesn't really exist, but that people think it does simply because of their
    • rather does it want to set a more religious mood of soul-life and to
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • not exist. One does not gain the proper relationship to Lucifer and
    • If the soul does not consciously seek initiation as delineated in
    • This Norwegian legend does in fact describe the experiences that one
    • sciences is that nature does not make any leaps
    • things, we are not interested in the fact that it happened. What does
    • at this Christ figure. It does not possess the features we would like
    • luciferic qualities. Of course, this observation does not detract from
    • Not only does materialism cause human souls to embrace materialism, it
    • Why does nobody understand that?
    • intent is hardly noticeable because ordinarily, one does not see all
    • does not suffice. I would like to mention an example — not for
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • this life in the group soul does not in reality belong to the future
    • does not want to abandon but, on the contrary, regards as a principle
    • Thus does
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • believed that a man is a criminal if his posterior occipital lobe does
    • criminal, if his occipital lobe does not cover his cerebellum. Those
    • world-conception does not need to be true, nevertheless it has an inner
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • and that not until after such change has reached a certain stage does the
    • Spiritual Science certainly does not underestimate the great progress made
    • which does not merely impart results of knowledge, but we can secure by means
    • physical earthly environment, so does he also consist of spiritual forces
    • rich life entering the earth from the outside with every spring, which does
    • winter because of seeing the snow and feeling the cold does not know that
    • (Fechner, for instance), but does give imaginative descriptions of real
    • does an etheric, a super-terrestrial body come into existence. The result is,
    • relation to this especial member of our being, what does Spiritual Science
    • mean by declaring that the ego does not display independent activity until the
    • governing activity of the ego within the bodily organization does not
    • widespread contemporary scepticism on this point, does not impair in the
    • religious revelation. Genuine Spiritual Science does not contradict natural
    • universe that they regard everything which does not accord with their own
    • But this does not exhaust the matter. One of the most distinguished of
    • and to admit that on the one hand, Spiritual Science does not affect the
    • begins, the “spiritual eye” does not behold events in the forms of
    • the sense world, but it does perceive what has occurred in the spiritual
    • during the years directly after birth, does not fall within the field of
    • knowledge coming under the head of Praeambula Fidei; it does not go outside
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  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • will to understand will come in time, and we must see that it does
    • come. In every possible way we must see that it does come.
    • upon one to-day, if one is speaking in all earnestness and does not
    • 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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    • avoid this, he does not willingly take a conscious part in the shaping
    • when the intellect does not depend merely on the brain but springs
    • what does this depend? It depends on people's ability during our Fifth
    • organize socially what does not integrally belong to the human being,
    • interest of one for another does not increase, if people do not begin
    • the full $5. What does it mean that you go out with a $5 note in your
    • that this does not constitute social life. This sort of love is, for
    • doing this, you are doing that” One does not easily discover that a
    • from the past does not mean denial of the past. We gain it in another
    • fruitful insofar as it does not work in us unconsciously. Think for a
    • socialist groups. What does it express? It expresses the most
    • real and important things. Of what does human interchange in fact
    • example, does the socialist of today think? He thinks that he can
    • human selfishness. The Westerner who approaches the Threshold does not
    • this does not explain why in so many places today men oppose and
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • enshrines an essential, inner truth. Indeed it does not! The purpose
    • does not merely think of jurisprudence in the abstract, but, with sound
    • himself on his knowledge, but asks: ‘What does this really give to the
    • As you know, insight into the super-sensible world does not depend upon
    • he does not eat!
    • in man to-day. He does not know — nor can it be expected of him and it
    • is paradoxical to speak as I am speaking now — he does not know how what
    • West, the dimmer and darker does this radiance become. On the other
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • forces. Where does man himself, as an ordinary person, belong? The part
    • first year. Not until the age of twenty-one does man tear himself away, as
    • mental life does not have to be restricted to what comes to meet you from
    • with your more mature mind. The more care you take that the child does
    • everybody does it this way yet, thank goodness! It is important to
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • does not, of course, die, it merely undergoes a change; but there is
    • activates the will, generates impulses of will. — How does the
    • does the Ego, which holds together the impulses of will, send these
    • does not occur to us that the stream of memories is ever and again
    • external observation alone does not go downwards from this state of
    • the body. It does not go downwards from the spiritual body
    • On the basis of academic psychology, the question is asked: How does
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • constitution, comprising as it does the fluid organism, the aeriform
    • by a moral ideal. Neither does this remain without effect upon the
    • through moral ideals, or through the loftiest and purest ideas, does
    • does by speaking of the law of the conservation of matter and energy.
    • consciousness that anyone who does not base his own world-view upon it
    • including the moral, which indeed it does — if there were only a
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • in pursuit of sensations does not make us more spiritual. We become
    • the will. When does the will present itself with particular clarity
    • the outer world grows and intensifies, the more does this outer world
    • semblance. We live in what is real, but it does not ray into our
    • Thus does man stand within the great process of world-evolution, and
    • indeed permeated by thoughts; but the ordinary consciousness does not
    • does the metabolic process operate in man when will is ever more and
    • does not tally with outer realities, then recourse has to be taken to
    • is a new creation in the condition of a seed, does there arise in us
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • does the human being see this picture of the world? This luciferic picture
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • the surrounding universe than does our waking life to-day. And the
    • Whence does it come? It proceeds from the experiences we went through
    • modern man has a premonition of this, as had Novalis, he does not know
    • that when he does mathematics, experiences of the time before
    • after-effects of his pre-natal life, so does he also experience what
    • What does one experience by means of the forces peculiar to man
    • And what does one experience by means of the forces which rise up from
    • Adam and Eve. What does this signify? This is one aspect of the way we
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • nothing sectarian about it, nor does it set out to found a new
    • abyss. In ordinary life man is unaware of the abyss; he simply does
    • experiment. And through the work he does in thinking, man develops an
    • spirit does he now behold the spiritual. By the practice of certain intimate
    • vague and indeterminate, so that one does not see all at once exactly
    • does it support itself, like spiritualism, on external experiment. The
    • men of old wanted to avoid. This does not mean, however, that we are
    • being. As soon, however, as he does this, he is at that moment also
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • night on the other side of the earth where we are not living, so does
    • But this the West does not understand. Only when the Palladium legend
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • does not perceive these bodies from within outwards, what he perceives
    • in each vowel. What does it signify that H is in each vowel? It
    • Now of what does modern life consist? When we look back from these
    • How does one picture 1, 2, 3 to oneself today? It is done by thinking
    • does not gain much in the way of musical experience. That someone
    • does not enter the curriculum. But that was once the meaning of rising
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • puberty does the human being possess his own etheric heart — that is,
    • person and he does it, this, too, is inscribed, through the relation
    • of the content of our words to what the person does. In short, the
    • learns to embody thoughts in speech. It does not apply to ideas which
    • have here a joining together with the cosmos of what man does in this
    • that man does in the world. This is the point where the cosmos — the
    • he does and permeates itself with it. By this constant coming together
    • the astral body does, our intentions, our ideas, too, are inscribed
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • the concrete reality of such ideals, although in so doing it does not
    • does not know what this implies. We speak of Truth, little realizing
    • an idea that does not coincide with the fact. When he thinks the
    • (see Note 1) does not realize that
    • create a substitute for his healthy sense of being — and he does so,
    • painting, the more must we admit that this does not correspond to an
    • in the etheric body — so does Goodness live in the astral body. And
    • somewhat the same degree as the Greek, does not possess a true sense
    • To-day it is the case that most people only gaze, and this does not
    • will respect him less if he does wrong. He can, however, also do good
    • loving enthusiasm for goodness in its essence does not lead to actual
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • through spring, summer, autumn and winter. It does not give its development
    • up to chance, placing itself as it does within certain laws in each
    • the month of September takes its place in the course of the year, so does
    • ancient times could say: ‘Man does not reveal his true nature here on
    • conviction that man does not belong to the earth in the same sense as do
    • they said, true man does not exist on earth. To grasp the intellectual
    • in the whole human race if he does not strive after full humanity in his
    • a higher Level of being, as the insect does instinctively, on a lower
    • animal instinctively does not do. We must learn through Anthroposophy to be
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • essentially during the entire physical life on earth, but it does not
    • becomes a body of forces that is active in us but does not come to
    • does it take hold of the organism with the help of the breathing
    • etheric body. The ego activity does assert itself, but may at times
    • that when a person is born he does not penetrate strongly enough with
    • soul-spiritual organization does not push its way into the physical
    • it would begin to break down as it does in outer nature and would
    • the blood activity and does not permit an exudate to form. Instead it
    • something else to take place, as it does with a poison. Poisonous
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • processes, this etheric living and weaving, it actually does not at all
    • One can get the impression that, if one doesn't know anything, there
    • doesn't matter whether one takes some kind of tissue out of the head, out
    • smallest parts in the tissues of the organism. But one does not see the
    • remains active as astral activity. The astral body works for itself. It does
    • place in every movement, in all that man does, and also in what is active
    • Otherwise one does things by trial and error in order to find out how
    • the eighth, ninth, tenth, and eleventh years of life, then he does not have
    • processes are awakened through that which man does with his limbs. If
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • his whole existence — even for what he is and does in earthly life.
    • body, living as it does in the whole breathing process, leaves it by
    • body does in waking life.
    • is a maya — the true reality is behind it. Yet such a statement does
    • point which interests us now. What does concern us at this moment is
    • True, in the present phase of evolution man does not meet Saturn
    • he does come into contact with the Saturn-beings. Within Saturn in
    • Does not enter into my earthly life.
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • understanding. But he does not find the possibility to give a picture of the
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • society that does not understand them. We must find again, through an
    • Being. Ahriman is a being who does not belong to our hierarchy.
    • Christianity: we must know again that Christianity does not only
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • interest which they arouse does not so much lie in the
    • hero with it in order to justify the catastrophe, does not exist in
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • they arouse does not so much lie in the action, as in the
    • justify his downfall, does not exist in Shakespeare's plays. He
  • Title: The Manicheans
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    • and Evil. Life becomes form through finding opposition. It does not
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • present. The paramount question for Plato was, “How does Man
    • will prove. Even when the man who lives in this every-day world does
    • withdraw into himself and does not allow any material impressions of
    • it does present itself as a good educational means. It teaches him to
    • is limited by finite form to that which does not yet possess any form,
    • formula a multiplicity of single cases, so does Goethe seek for the
    • mathematical laws, so does the Occultist shape life and soul in the
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • to the soul. Anyone who does not understand them should realise that
    • he does. We must try to think our way into these conditions of
    • mineral kingdom as we have it around us on the physical plane does not
    • exist for the dead, neither does our plant world. As you can gather
    • environment; if he does something right, he becomes aware of pleasure,
    • the dead does, even when he simply moves, causes either pleasure or
    • and so on. The higher the kingdom, the more intensely does a man feel
    • concerns us closely, leading on as it does to matters in actual life.
    • sub-consciousness. Clairvoyant consciousness does not charm anything
    • How does the dead come near me again so that I can live in him? These
    • — did people but know it — who does not bring with him at
    • called egotistical pain. An older person who has died does not lose us
    • in a child. One who died in later life retains us, does not lose us.
    • living spiritual life can and will arise, if only materialism does not
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • lot of things with his right hand, he does not merely do them with
    • more slowly than the other children. But it does not matter if they
    • languages differ in different regions of the earth. What does it mean
    • experienced more inwardly, the white brain matter does not move quite
    • wouldn't dream of saying that. All the clock does is tell us when we
    • in order to understand anything. The earth alone does not give us an
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • experience after death. The sense of Balance does not only keep us in
    • physical balance, as it does with the physical body here, but in a
    • period and does things as they are done with an earthly organism,
    • belongs. It does not do so if today, as an atavistic vision, it is
    • What does this
    • it does not occur alone, as eating does, but in conjunction with the
    • significance, something typical. The artist does that as a matter of
    • someone who appreciates a painting, does not merely look at its
    • far that he begins to sweat, this goes too far; it does not belong to
    • spiritual, taken hold of intensively. What does Schiller say? He
    • does not entirely belong to the earth. It is raised above the events
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • feeling of oppression. For one must admit: Luther does not live on
    • how does man achieve real freedom in his social life? Schiller would
    • For Schiller, man can be free only if he does not follow in a
    • with his humanity; when, that is, he does not simply submit like a
    • carries his humanity so far that he does it because he likes to do it,
    • realm, so that a man does not have to submit to it, but is able to
    • spirituality has not been here. It does not speak directly to
    • experience. He often gathers little from experience because he does
    • But experience does accumulate and it is the other pole from
    • experience are suppressed; man does not do them justice. He does not
    • Spiritual Science does not lead to a contempt for matter, but to a
    • State. On the one hand we have man, who does not understand himself,
    • people will be really interested only in what the State does. Then, in
    • does: that the necessity of reason is transformed into inclination,
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • remarkable thing is that it does not go out and out endlessly into the
    • an origin, it does not by any means follow that nothing of the kind
    • further, and only later, after a very long time, does the feeling of
    • history. He does not know what to make of it. It plays no part in his
    • very opposite of the essence of Christianity. It does not treat of
    • it returns to its source in a changed form. The sunlight does not go
    • light, but as something else. None the less, it does return.
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • are centrifugal forces. This does not contradict the fact that these
    • Please do not misunderstand me This does not mean that Saturn is not
    • for as a matter of fact the activity of the growth forces does not
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • through birth. Nor does he even receive it through the forces that
    • is formed and moulded by the work man does between death and a new
    • What does all this signify? If you study the origin and growth of man
    • downward too. Why does he not? Because at a certain stage of embryonic
    • man. Why then does not the ear itself change in this way? Why do not
    • become the legs. The embryonic ear does not enter the domain of
    • human head, who does not regard it as the transformation of a human
    • present body who does not see in it the germ of a head, for the next
    • What does it signify that you can say the word Tree? By the larynx, by
    • to the head, it leaves the Feeling cold and does not in any way call
    • flown away after three days, if he does not make every effort to bring
    • writing, nor does one write it down in order afterwards to read it.
    • vanishes after a few days. It only does not do so if we bring it down
    • Man learns to receive, with the Spirit, what is Good. And if he does
    • being when he does not possess it. Then, in time, he will discover the
  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • Unfortunately pedagogy does not now consider this delight in power and
    • concerned, this does not really make such a very great difference. By
    • comes to expression. For if he does not do this, then when all that is
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • stages of life. It is this: Nothing that a human being does not himself
    • consciousness in the world does something to further the evolution of the
    • a house; he does not build this house for himself, but undertakes the task
    • is part of you, into that machine; the actual machine does, of course,
    • done, what you have achieved, passes into the very atoms and does not
    • incompatible with work for themselves, and preservation of a name does,
    • absolutely selfless does it find its way to the sphere of immortality
    • such. To do something for the higher self does not partake of egoism
    • does nothing with what he can in this way [to] draw into his soul from
    • you breathe nature into yourselves. The act of sight does not pass away
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • place in the soul which the human being does not observe and of
    • does not immediately penetrate into the physical body, but
    • does not enter the body immediately, but becomes aware of the
    • music. Thus cosmic music does not reveal itself only as melody
    • during sleep not only does the human being enter the realm of
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • world to his senses does not change. But the relation of the senses to
    • their true form to the order of Earth, in which he does not behold the
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • history. So long as man does not believe that at a certain point of
    • Nazareth; so long as he does not believe that mighty forces stream
    • are devised or something is done which does not accord with the outer
    • knower does not correspond to truth. He only acquires true
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • approach is fully justified. Does a botanist not think about a plant
    • which he does not see. But if a successful operation is performed upon
    • poet as great as Goethe does not use phrases; and if there were no
    • phraseology, for the physical sun does not ‘sing.’ It is unthinkable
    • Now what does Mysticism tell us with regard to the relation of one
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • human being together with humanity. What does this mean?
    • does not like to penetrate into the deeper mysteries of life.
    • But this does not imply that every kind of optimism is right. Right
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • out of the etheric body. But in reality, this does not take place;
    • this animal kingdom does not rise out of the human being, for the
    • What does really take place? — You see, I would like to
    • Hierarchies. Indeed, the human being does not arise spontaneously,
    • forces ... well, also a farmer does not see the forces that are
    • active in a magnet, but this does not prove the non-existence of
    • something quite new, he does this because the ancient spiritual
    • does not reach their consciousness. After all, the physical body
    • now it is inside us; we breathe it out, and then it is outside. Does
    • peculiar mother. One does not know if he is really the son of the old
    • does not really know anything beyond what he is saying. They have not
    • thoughts are capable of grasping something that does not, for
    • bearer of our thoughts; it does not simply evaporate: no, the etheric
    • body does not evaporate ... it becomes inwoven with the world-ether.
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    • is indispensable. What is a Temple of Asia Minor, in reality? Does
    • spiritual atmosphere. And now let us ask: Where does the
    • super-sensible being of man become externally manifest? When does an
    • may or may not be prosaic ... that does not fundamentally matter. The
    • creating it. And if Spiritual Science does not do this in our day,
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    • of our own time. The initiate is one who does not approach life with
    • thoughts into the grave of Nature. For Nature does indeed become a
    • destiny if in this earthly life he does not find the Christ who can
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    • other is true, so does man come, between falling asleep and
    • history. What I want to bring forward does not refer to any one
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • ourselves. Not only does our feeling, our condition, depend on the
    • certain sense, it does become dissolved in the elemental world. It
    • dissolves, it becomes ever more tenuous. But it does not become
    • such and such a part in a human being. He does not say, ‘That
    • fact that Lucifer is playing such and such a part in him. He does not
    • his own experience as he does so — depends very, very much on
    • does there emerge the true being that is trying to reveal itself.
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    • think, so does it depend on greater, more extended star
    • connections. But only when one looks into such things does one know
    • it; one has already become used to abstractions; one does not strive
    • star in the sign is generally made in such a way that one does not
    • the meantime man does not know how he is to unite the abstract ideas
    • revivified? How can Osiris come to new life? How does man approach
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    • does not merely signify something, but is something — but they
    • does it go in Shakespeare — for they are all honourable men —
    • and even ‘ideals’. In other words: mankind does not know
    • What does the deeply
    • speaks of man? Of what does even a great part of modern fiction
    • This does not prove
    • present-day man does not as yet practise, which the man of the future
    • understands that one has once been young. It does not really
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    • human being the thorax corresponds to Cancer, so does the sexual
    • combination which stands in connection with the objects, this does
    • philistine and commonplace — when one does not realize,
    • does not pay much attention
    • states: Goethe did not know of the Fraunhofer lines! Nor does it help
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    • judging these matters. Only then does one have a kind of crucial test
    • completely contradicted by the fact that one does not perceive it! In
    • many things, but then one must really force oneself — it does
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    • the wisdom of the head, and the wisdom of the head, it is true, does
    • us that we must accept man as complicated. But, does what I have just
    • arise: does it ever come before us in life? That is the important
    • does our skeleton show the head and the remaining organism, but life
    • their heart grows cold; the heart warmth does not stream up to the
    • head; love, which comes from the rest of the organism, does not
    • merely calculate, as the modern mathematical astronomer does, the
    • already to Spiritual Science which official astronomy does not yet
    • Science knows and official astronomy does not yet know, should pass
    • is not formed on the model of the whole universe, does not
    • of my organization, and this does not follow the movements of the
    • cosmos as my head does.’ Thus, when we do not look at man
    • abstractly, as modern science does, but regard him as picture in his
    • depth, is precisely what is lacking to our life, what our life does
    • science does not serve the young; in later life one can only remember
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    • acknowledges that the magnetic needle does not turn by itself to the
    • in our thoughts does not come from the head; it comes from that
    • can often be asked — whom does the child really resemble? And
    • it does not belong to the chemical elements, streams in continuously
    • things with the most certainty when one does not observe them on the
    • as sum of spiritual beings, does not die with the earth; humanity
    • How then does a next earth, a new planet, arise out of this earth, on
    • which the humanity of the future can dwell? Through what does it
    • Class, for only then does the knowledge that entered this poor head
    • human nature. For what is necessary for the present age does not lie
    • too quickly, one does peace no service. In the last few days —
    • and rudimentary today. Thus does the human being change. But
    • the most spiritual it is possible to have; man however does not
    • remark it because he does not let it mature. What can be known today
    • Ages still saw angelic Intelligences. Modern Astronomy does not of
    • of the spirit, as by the science of our time which does not believe
    • in it — that is to say, does not believe in itself — and
    • by our whole age, which does not believe in itself. Only because
    • acquire is abstract Socialism, which does not proceed from concrete
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    • But man is definitely a being who does not spring from one point
    • German, French, or English history as far back as possible, he does
    • true, but it does not apply to the majority of the population. In
    • nature; for this soul-spirit nature does not trouble itself with
    • anthroposophical spiritual science — which does not concern us
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    • Karma. How does the shaping of destiny proceed? In order to answer
    • the child's consciousness does not take a form which can be
    • does not merely consist in the child's learning to stand
    • imitation; the little child tries to imitate — just as he does
    • what he does between waking and falling asleep as he walks about or
    • when, with his speech, a man does not carry out into sleep the right
    • from the Archangel, does not unfold the strength he should really
    • guide him aright between death and a new birth, so does the Ego weave
    • have mastery and control of the physical body — upon what does
    • for everything in this fatalistic way does not, it is true, afford
    • perception of world-justice. It does not mean that he becomes
    • the Archai, the results of the work that he himself does on his karma
    • in his human environment, he does not find a true link with the
    • wherein freedom has its foundations. Karma does not weave the texture
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    • he does not inwardly say: “Thou Spirit of the Earth art
    • does not yet distinguish between the table and a living thing. Nor
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    • Anthroposophy does not wish to be a matter of amateurish talk but a
    • does not take its start from anything that is nebulous or mystical;
    • of thinking. Anthroposophy does not, however, content itself with the
    • does the super-sensible world now flow into the world of the soul.
    • superstition, so does anthroposophical Spiritual Science stand in
    • makes us unfree than does a change of the stage on which our life
    • True anthroposophical knowledge of the reality of higher worlds does
    • unpractical. It does not wish to lead human beings in their egotism
    • in the forum of life, where man does not always seem to demand that
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • understanding attitude towards the world and man. This does not
    • spirit does not possess a real technique of thinking. How many things
    • disorderly thoughts contained in modern scientific writings, it does
    • realise that humanity does not only carry over theories from one
    • of sensory things, for a knowledge of the super-sensible world does
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    • in Haeckel's “Riddles of the World”, does not merely live
    • cannot do it completely, for we know that the human being does not
    • spiritual-scientific knowledge does not throw light upon that
    • with its entirely spiritual inclinations (but the head does not know
    • science, therefore, does not rise out of the narrow-minded people who
    • Above all, it does not educate the head of man, but it educates the
  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Body as a Reflexion of the Universe
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    • body does not in any way grow older; the etheric body grows younger
    • age. What does this really mean? — A concrete example, already
    • that the etheric body does not remain, as it were, a mere misty
    • ego carry on within our physical body while we are awake, does not
    • As a physical being man belongs to the earth, and just as truly does
    • spiritual science. The true Christ never condemns in wrath, nor does
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    • recognise the universe in man and man in the universe. But he does
    • does not actually attain to this knowledge.
    • of pre-earthly existence. That Jacob Boehme does not speak of
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • at Constantinople gave out the dogma that man does not consist of
    • that does not belong to the earthly became “the simple man of
    • falling asleep to that of waking up. What does then take place with
    • the human being? Why does the modern intellect believe that as far as
    • bed — where does the soul, that is the ego and the astral body,
    • obtain life's balance; but this does not entail that the single items
    • which mankind really does not know what it is seeking; it sleeps away
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    • human reason does not unfold on bodily foundations; it unfolds in
  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of the Movement for Religious Renewal to the Anthroposophical Movement
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    • Anyone therefore who does not clearly distinguish these things and
    • because it does not at once succeed in finding adherents among
  • Title: Lecture: The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead
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    • our past life. It does not, however, rise up in the same way in
    • of days, but it does not fall away from us in the same way in which
    • and have feelings, whom does this belong to, after our death? Whom
    • does it now belong to? After our death, it belongs to the universe.
    • would answer that at the present moment he does know something
    • slowly. Yet growing weary is a real process. At first, it does not
    • dry way that it does not take hold of our WHOLE being, and so that
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    • its task? The fact that such a nation remains, that it does not
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    • the human world around him. He grows up, and as he does so he grows
    • does so, this reversing of the direction of his will causes him to
    • them in pursuing it is welcome, and if someone doesn't, why, that's
    • doctrinaire. This does serious damage to a thing as alive as an
    • in every single thing one does as an office manager or whatever. If
    • doesn't always make things easy for us. You'll agree that it isn't
    • making one dissatisfied. But that attitude doesn't last. In the long
    • progresses from thoughts and feelings to will, and one does achieve
    • is there a recommendation for developing thought that does not
    • clairvoyance?” or “Does so and so drink coffee or
  • Title: Lecture: Perceiving and Remembering
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    • shall inquire today: How does memory come about? How is it that we have
    • through? How does it come to pass that we have memory?
    • not do this in ordinary life? Why in ordinary life does it happen that when
    • — that is, she recalls the memory-picture of him, but she does not in
    • this fragment of the Pistis-Sophia. Does it not appear as if it had been
    • opponents of the new Spiritual Science. Does not this new Spiritual Science
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    • sense. Not only does this knowledge help us understand everyday life,
    • one of these children is neglected and does not have much education,
    • which does not have a natural use unless the human being is taught
    • he does not have much to work upon in the free part of his etheric
    • world does not make much impression, and whose education has
    • remains within the whole spiritual organism. What does it do there?
    • What does this so-called forgotten image do? It has a very important
    • knowledge it does not yet work inwardly to bring life into the free
    • the free part of the etheric body. And what is it that does the work?
    • of an ethical-moral nature. A warm-hearted disposition that does not
    • fantasy that it does some good. A resentful thought like this is dull
    • does not need the connection with life which comes from ordinary
    • him. But as long as he believes that it does not make any difference,
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    • themselves fall sick with it, and even then their interest does not
    • medicine, the basis of which does not concern them, but only the fact
    • point. Life does not depend on what a man says or believes. That is
    • himself to be, he is nevertheless a materialist. For it does not
    • an illness that shows symptoms in the stomach does not necessarily
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    • this respect the human being does everything the other person is
    • or that spirit does me good!’ This is what it was like when men
    • is more divine, for man does not have so great an influence on that,
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    • larger ego of its sphere of influence. What does our own limited ego
    • astral body. Only present-day man does not notice this descent into
    • The astral body actually does sink down into a universal cosmic
    • particular rhythmic changes but the etheric body does so too. These
    • however, does not bring us to the end of the matter. Quite definite
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    • twenty-four hours or a day, our astral body does the same thing in
    • pneumonia on the seventh day. Why does a special phenomenon occur at
    • temperature? Why does it occur? The temperature is not the illness.
    • before the two hands can coincide, so the minute hand does not point
    • When after seven days it returns to its original position, it does
    • later the position of the astral body does not coincide with the same
    • effect on man if he had done the kind of things then that he does
    • now. Nowadays man does not adjust himself very much to the cosmic
    • movement does not correspond to the outer situation: it goes wrong,
    • that since the middle of Atlantean times the outer situation does not
    • themselves at that time: What can be done so that man does not lose
    • about it, then — because he does not think in an ordered way —
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    • thirty-sixth, and so on. He really does go through his whole life
    • we must picture to ourselves what man actually does in Kamaloca. We
    • planted in our soul remains in it and does not leave it. We are born
    • of a lifetime, so that it overcomes what does not suit it. People
    • always to some extent have the inner strength to overcome what does
    • person does not usually notice anything happening within him, and, to
    • begin with, he does not need to notice. The following might easily
    • person does not need to know about all this, yet he will be aware of
    • and the soul wants to do it. What does the soul do instead? It
    • way. That sort of thing does not come under the same heading as
    • in life in a more fragmentary manner. Not until after death does it
    • what does Greek mythology tell us about him? While still a boy his
    • it does at the start of man's earthly pilgrimage. The myths, in
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 7: Laughing and Weeping
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    • superior to that of man. But this does not particularly surprise the
    • spiritual scientist, for he knows that when the animal does something
    • intelligent it does not arise out of an individual element in the
    • itself does not begin until the child has come into the world. And
    • How does he restore the balance? He does so in that his ego contracts
    • animal soul, into man, it does not mean He created it at that moment,
    • for it already existed. It does not say that it was not previously in
    • when there is a being who does not prove to be at the level to which
    • and happenings around him. Why does a person laugh? Someone
    • and weeping are such everyday occurrences. The animal does not laugh
    • or cry because it does not have the drop of divinity within it that
    • that if the ego does not draw into itself all it can from its
    • environment, and does not want to live with its environment, but
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 9: Evolution, Involution and Creation out of Nothingness
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    • actual ego of man is born. Not until then does the human being awaken
    • body and only when the twenty-second year has been reached does that
    • however, the etheric body does not extend very far beyond the
    • physical body of the plant and does not differ from it very much. But
    • portal of death, he does not leave behind in physical life as much as
    • evolving appears at a higher stage. Where does this new element
    • gradually begin to realise their depth. Where does all that is
    • on whether you are clever or not. Your train of argument does not
    • man does not merely look at the external world or merely observe it,
    • the world does not perish. What men have introduced into the world
    • something new that he himself creates? And what does it mean that man
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    • does not preclude him from attributing supreme importance to
    • How does perception come about in everyday life on the physical
    • the spiritual world shining into the physical. Occultism does not
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    • Now what does unprejudiced observation of life teach us
    • planetary worlds. How does he succeed or fail in this respect?
    • this is not what really matters; what does matter is that such
    • understanding of it, but that does not entitle others to deny him the
    • able to realise but does not always do so. One of the most beautiful
    • as Gods.” What does the Bible imply by giving emphasis to these
    • sphere does not appear empty to us but that the deeds He performed
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    • the form of longing in the subconsciousness. It does not necessarily
    • that he does not want it? This question is not entirely justifiable
    • that this invalidates karma. It does nothing of the kind. If such a
    • his own Ego and astral body. When does a human being allow his limbs
    • organism. What the sun does to the plant, the Ego and astral body do
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    • man's consciousness but the life-giving process does not. The
    • is the fact that he does not remember his earliest childhood. We can
    • the life-giving process does not.
    • not as things are on Earth, when man does not really know his own
    • being. What, after all, does he know about the processes working in
    • does from different points of the Zodiac, assumes different
    • to his physical body. Nor does he become free from the physical body
    • might ask in vain: Is there now Full Moon or New Moon? This does not
    • more worked from plans than the beaver does today when with such
    • cognisant of the reality. A man of the modern age does not know that
    • theories back again. He does not speak of the physical heavenly
    • times, the more does the possibility fade of even a remembrance of
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    • to the rank of Buddhahood. The Eastern teaching — which does
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    • human being changes. The true ‘I’ does indeed remain but
    • vertical position. And a third capacity is thinking. Remembrance does
    • Now let us observe what this real ‘I’ does.
    • man of the Earth. He does not at once possess the capacities that
    • of any other being who can walk as man does, that is to say with a
    • this ‘I’; it does not penetrate into his consciousness.
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    • Ego-consciousness dawns in him. This experience does not by any means
    • consciousness of ‘I’ at the same age. Nor does the change
    • until the seventh year of his life, does everything they do for him
    • something does intervene. When the human being stops growing, certain
    • be regarded as realities, for a world of swirling thoughts does
    • appropriate either for materialism or idealism, The world does not
    • other qualities to which this does not apply and which show
    • which has no direct urge for physical embodiment and therefore does
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    • thinking, we have before us only that which does not in any way
    • follows. Only in the very first years of a child's life does this
    • Earth does not by any means derive in all details from the physical
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    • contact with many and infinitely varied forces and beings. He does
    • speak, for speech does not come of itself. So our free-thinking
    • can be applied to a small area only, and he does not notice that his
    • This does not by any means suggest that such work should be
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    • that does actually burn within the soul and is part of the existence
    • Impulse, however, does not belong to what evolved in the Cosmos
    • something that is founded in the depths of the Cosmos, that does
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    • Palestine, what does external history indicate? It shows that in
    • thing remains for him; but it does remain. Something comes towards
    • space. Desire does not live only in sense perception, but also in
    • sorts of spirits, thirty Aeons! That is what the human soul does in
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    • with regard to the three Magi. For does it not wish to say that here
    • force upon people what she has to say. She does not wait to be
    • are they? What does their prophesying signify? We must penetrate
    • which answers the question: How far does Paul's world extend?
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    • beings. The Earth does have forces of in-breathing and out-breathing
    • Italy and smoke comes out. So does fiery smoke, telluric activity,
    • the Ego wishes to establish a relationship with its god, how does
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    • depths of the soul. The Christ Impulse does not work where there is
    • do with a certain matter, one very often does not know what will be
    • coming from the spiritual world. Often one does not know in the least
    • Gurnemanz that he ought not to ask too many questions, does not
    • say, so that one keeps one's feet on the earth and does not get
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    • the heavens, but it is not in any sense the Grail and it does not
    • something does nevertheless pass through the physical matter. This
    • relation to the Christ, then in what the moon does physically an
    • full moon. How does the vernal full moon stand in the heavens at the
    • earth must have a soul. The earth is an animal.” [He does not
    • the sun does not only radiate light and warmth throughout the cosmos;
    • repeatedly misunderstood it must be said that Anthroposophy does not
    • tie them to an earthly calling. Anthroposophy does not seek to
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    • materialistic scientist studying civilization does not discover the
    • will have to ask the question: How does it stand with what is derived
    • how does it stand with regard to the Sun part? Can we find the Sun
    • times. The Greek thinker does not draw up thoughts from the depths of
    • which is supposed to be a reality. How does something thought out by
    • thought and does not accompany us when we go through death. To have
    • course of philosophical evolution, though one does not always
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    • a way that he does not see the reflection from the Moon — only
    • for such a man does the Moon become as it were inwardly transparent
    • planetary system. Nor does he withhold the stories he can tell of
    • grasped with thoughtful intelligence. If a man does not himself make
    • and his revelations remain in the unconscious if a man does not bring
    • Mars does little thinking. He has few thinkers, but many talkers, in
    • difficult to approach; she does not want to know anything about the
    • I said before that Venus wards off the rest of the universe. She does
  • Title: Lecture: The Problem of Destiny
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    • the first cause. There is no loss in human life which does not place
    • to the circumstance that an external world, a world which does not
    • seen from the other side, the spiritual side, this does not appear as
    • thinks. You have often heard me say that our thinking activity does
    • meet with an accident and whose good genius, I might say, does not
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    • physical body, so does this etheric entity, which is as it were the
    • in life, or that this or that has occurred. Even if this does not
    • are instrumental. Our life does not become any the less free thereby.
    • for his fellow human beings does not cease with his passage through
    • does not see what is living in our souls. For it is really living
    • does not put it down directly to the human being. He sees how the
    • human love arises in the dead. This does not mean that he cannot
    • Then, however, it does become ever riper and riper.
    • Inner conflicts of soul, which a person often does not know, will
    • until then does he as ego — now in the spiritual world —
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    • mankind does not become receptive to what streams towards him from
    • If these beings are disregarded by man — i.e., if he does not
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    • spiritual science does death become a real event in the true meaning
    • woven out of all we have experienced during our past life. It does
    • from us after a certain number of days, but it does not fall away
    • through the fact that we can think and have feelings, whom does this
    • belong to after our death? Whom does it now belong to? After our
    • does know something concerning the interior of his head. He alone
    • Yet growing weary is a real process. At first, it does not exist at
    • spiritual science in such a dry way that it does not take hold of
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    • aggregation, whereas physics does not acknowledge it as such, but
    • Man does not transform himself into air, water, etc. These are only
    • the Ego-consciousness within the body, so does the human being
    • being does not take part in them, then they can never damage a human
    • Let us suppose that someone does the following exercise,
    • Only, this activity remains unconscious; man does not perceive it.
    • Man does not begin to develop his consciousness of the colour, until
    • the colour arises. He does not notice what precedes the
    • This does not, however, prevent the dead from being
    • becomes an exterior world. The one who has died, does not look upon
    • us, so that the dead person can remain passive. Just as a flower does
    • causes him to say that anyone who does not think as he does is a
    • That a thing like this does not come to light, but
    • And the honest scientists say: — Our science does
    • goes as far as certain shades of feeling; but he does not reach to
    • scientist simply does not find it, indeed he rejects it and disavows
    • This is all as it should be. Modern science does not
    • refute Spiritual Science, but confirms it. It really does confirm it.
    • existence goes along quite another path than does the picture which
    • being. The fact that the picture corresponds to the person, does not
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    • take something neutral — what does modern man understand by the
    • the Alps and Jura, and it would be quite clear to him, that this does
    • to the external organs of perception; a Folk-spirit does not present
    • relationship to the sentient body, so does the intellectual-soul or
    • stage, but they did not dwell in flesh as man does now. It was only
    • work upon his lower members in the way it now does, the whole human
    • acquirement, neither does it belong to what we call individual
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    • consciousness. Now where does clairvoyant research find something
    • vegetation, the characteristic configuration of the rocks, does not
    • part of the earth does not only depend upon what rises out of the
    • Archangels does not extend; they have not as yet gone far enough in
    • Now how does what may be called the work of the
    • rises above the ground? What is the work of the Archangel, how does
    • does this affect? It acts on a threefold nature in the temperaments.
    • legendary, it does sometimes occur. I need only remind you of the
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    • thus receive impressions. But what he does experience may be thus
    • bring before him, does not affect the Archangels at all. In that form
    • impressions of it by means of his senses, it does not exist at all to
    • you have then eliminated just what does not concern the Archangels.
    • through in his feelings, that too, does not concern the Archangels.
    • thought to the matter. The man who only feels and does not think, may
    • does the actual life of the Archangels extend. You must therefore
    • at colors and hears sounds, so does the Archangel look down upon the
    • Beings as gazing into a world which does not extend to the minerals,
    • of old age, so does the Archangel experience in the rise and fall of
    • to him thus, does, it is true, arise in his consciousness from
    • does the Archangel feel his death, the necessity of withdrawing from
    • domain into which the Folk-spirit, the Archangel does not reach. For
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    • removed from the understanding of what does really take place in the
    • is laid down by law, really does exist, it is a reality, a real
    • the further we go towards the West, so much the less productive does
    • discoveries, and all that does not depend upon the reviving
    • certain stage; then only does his spiritual part really blossom
    • youth looks around him, curious as to his surroundings, so does the
    • goes towards the West, the more does it strive towards compression;
    • has just been said does not depend upon whether one person likes it
    • sympathy, and no personal enthusiasm must play a part, for that does
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    • Man, however, does not hear it. If to him the music of the spheres
    • was to alternate as does the light, which at certain times when
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    • forces does not correspond to their first direction, but the reverse
    • shadows of the higher members. Now where for instance does Mercury
    • this part which in our sense does not yet belong to the higher mental
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    • produces the pulsation of the blood, so does that which organizes
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    • In external tradition this difference does not exist.
    • How does that come about? It comes about because in the second
    • Lucifer primarily as that which makes a man free, one who does not
    • How then does the Luciferic influence act? It encloses
    • of death in animal and plant bodies as it does in that of man. These
    • proceed from entirely different grounds. The death of an animal does
    • of the influence of Ahriman, i.e., greater error than does the
    • then find that this myth is formed for that clairvoyance. What does
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    • world. But this philosophy does not discover merely the external,
    • How does this evolution advance? When we look back into the ancient
    • Whether they call it by this name or that, does not signify; what
    • does signify is that the feelings are colored and shaded, that the
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    • does not know that this event really did occur, will understand what
    • so does the miraculous ship expand and is then folded up again into
    • than the old chaotic one which does not possess this prerogative.
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    • down — slowly and by degrees, it is true — to the earth. The human race does not
    • he does not prepare the material which, with the re-entry of the moon into the
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    • to something new. For us it does not mean, “Knowledge of human
    • than does the natural science of the present day to the natural science
    • Only natural science does not know certain faculties in man, which are
    • man which does not act through the outer body, which is of a soul and
    • does that which is the kernel of man's being develop a new earth-life.
    • never happen which does so in a diseased soul-life. For what is the
    • department of finer natural science. In the same way does the fact
    • able to create something in nature itself. Knowledge of nature does not
    • being.” And one who wishes to comprehend God with one idea, does
    • as well. It does not deny what you say, it accepts it. Only it must add
    • he did not believe in the existence of America because the Bible does
    • believe that the sun loses power because it does not shine only for
    • imperilled by any physical or spiritual research, does not think much
    • nutshell is shaped so as to fit the nut-kernel, so does the artist try,
    • And one who criticises this building and does not think it beautiful
    • demands some trouble. But it does not seem to be equally customary to
    • world, and does so in the end. This may well be felt by one who has at
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    • too is fettered more strongly to the earth; he does not share in the
    • beneath that raiment is the continuation of Summer. Man does not now
    • the Christmas Mystery is only truly celebrated when the one does not
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    • and this we can also do in the world which does in some way repeat
    • What does matter is the way in which the Greek sculptor worked upon
    • soul towards it. Yet this work of art does not belong to the same
    • remains their leader far beyond his own lifetime. So completely does
    • work. How does he handle it? Let us take note of the Sibyls, and
    • what has once been imprinted upon it. Even if the present age does not
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    • modern life. How does external culture speak of this phenomenon?
    • Rhine,” what does he mean by this? Surely such an expression
    • must be prompted by some kind of feeling. But what does he exactly
    • a few weeks ago in reference to the Building. I said: “How does
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    • through the centuries. To take a concrete example: How does a German
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    • against the feeling of compassion. Compassion does not only imply
    • Envy does not always take on the form of conscious green envy. Of
    • that Mephistopheles does not exist; nevertheless, Lucifer and Ahriman
    • against Lucifer, the source of envy. What does Lucifer do in that
    • Karma we must know that another person's Karma does not concern
  • Title: Lecture: The Inexpressible Name, Spirits of Space and Time.
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    • ordinary way of looking at the world today does not really enable us
    • Now consider carefully the following question: What does the human
    • which he does now. You see, each one of you, from a certain time of
    • religions. To think of God as the highest Being, does not imply
    • faiths is that their idea of God does not go beyond the Angel. As a
    • untruth, and does not change it. Only if we begin to take an interest
    • which does not contain traces of Graeco-Latin culture, for we write
    • back again. People reject it — it does not touch the depths of
    • of the question: How does the great majority of the people really
    • is inculcated into him; in that case, the state does not only look
    • belong, is an urgent requirement, yet it does not attract mankind
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    • his earthly existence he does not abandon his habitual attitude,
    • enables us to perceive this. This vegetation, however, does not
    • activities? Ordinary psychology enumerates, but does not
    • you read a book, you may think through (not always, but this does
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    • History does not take this into account, because external history
    • depths of the soul. For if one does not face honestly the fact that
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    • matters will immediately reply: But that does not tally with what is
    • rather does it imply a change in the whole way of experiencing
    • it does to an intensive development of the experience of
    • In the present cycle of evolution this does not find
    • nevertheless true to say that ordinary knowledge does not call
    • knowledge, one does not need to have produced the knowledge oneself.
    • Thus does this human knowledge of the spirit bring us
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    • our present task. What does the cultivation of the consciousness soul
    • one point of view; “This man appeals to me, another does not. I
    • to this development: if as individualism increases religion does not
    • and peculiar to it, does not qualify us to become experts in any
    • which, by his own showing, springs from Theosophy, but he does not
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    • the physical world he quite rightly does not pay attention to his thinking
    • that he does not fall to the right or left, or backwards or forwards. Just as
    • painlessly, and faith does not hurt any more than science, though its
    • burning enthusiasm. But it does not last, the will slackens and the
    • becomes purely an inner soul path in which the body does not
    • within him and must be attained. Even if someone does not set out himself
  • Title: Lecture: The Meaning of Easter: St. Paul and the Christ Impulse
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    • what is utterly childlike in man, to that in man which does not need to
    • world. It is human pride, manifesting in a strange way! Man does not want
    • clinging as it does to the senses and to them alone, is nothing but a
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    • does not derive his judgment from field and forest and the breeding
    • the periodicity of the Sun-spots does not begin when they begin, nor
    • does it cease when they cease. It has emancipated itself. It shows
    • may object: Why then, when certain outer phenomena appear, does not
    • the external phenomena? It is true that the fever does not; but,
    • does in rocks like quartz, appears in such a form that it does not
    • Now what does this
    • rains, more water falls upon the Earth than when it does not rain.
    • and the other in another way. But that does not yet tell us anything
    • science of these things does not yet exist; people are not yet
    • leaving seeds behind. We see what Saturn does with the help of the
    • understanding of the connections of these forces. That which does not
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    • presently why this is the natural thing. So long as one does not
    • dealing with a soil which does not readily or of its own accord carry
    • complexity. The organism does not arise out of the seed in that way
    • mother-animal, does not by any means simply continue its existence in
    • Earth does not really want to preserve this form.
    • given, does the cosmic nature live in the plant? It lives in the
    • speak, in very great excess, yet in such a way that it does not go
    • behaves in the interior of the Earth. He does not know that the
    • the humus, does not receive it; it does not make the light effective
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    • this indeed will presently emerge — that nitrogen as such does
    • for us to learn to know the part which nitrogen does play.
    • know the deeper essence of these substances. What science does is
    • great plastician. It does not only carry in itself its black
    • skeleton. So does the animal, at any rate the higher animal. Thus, in
    • Only now does the
    • the spiritual carbon-principle. Flow does it do so? Where is the
    • it from outside. Though it does not absorb it (as man and the animals
    • again. Just as the oxygen does, so too the nitrogen becomes alive;
    • the carbon, drawing the life to itself out of the oxygen as it does
    • the long winter nights! He does indeed acquire a kind of method
    • properties of oxygen and nitrogen are living. One only does not
    • animal — does not declare itself exclusively competent, but
    • How then does the
    • body, so does the nitrogen work in between, as the astral.
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    • it begins to enter into practical life, recognising as it does the wider
    • into the spiritual realm. It does not merely recognise the coarse material
    • all, a baby — so long as it does not know what a comb is for will
    • only does not go far enough in the process to become such plant-integument
    • conceive it thus (although in Nature it does not go so far): Imagine
    • and living element. It does not happen so in Nature, but instead of
    • compost does not give the astral a chance, so to speak. Now there is
    • however, in the sense that it does not care to go on as far as the fruiting
    • a comely size. But he does not pursue the investigation far enough beyond
    • It simply does not find the way to this.
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    • scale. It does not pry into the minute and microscopic, for that is
    • not the most important. It does not primarily concern itself with the
    • connection? Great Nature does not leave us so mercilessly in the lurch
    • into account, as she does if we fail to take into account her potash
    • in the Earth, we must till the soil and manure it properly. Heaven does
    • — if it does not enthuse us like yarrow — also contains
    • and does not deserve the contempt with which we often Look down on it
    • to speak. This difficulty does not occur tn human healing, for a man
    • and regular and does not give rise to shocks in the organic life —
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    • certainly does not take us very far into the essence of the matter.
    • is at work as in reproduction. Only in growth it does not go so far
    • Full Moon. When it is new Moon, the country does not enjoy the benefit
    • little ash, but that does not matter. Quite literally, for the plants
    • no good unless the neighbouring farmer also does so, for they only come
    • for the animal kingdom the Moon influence does not need to be considered
    • even when it does not happen to be full Moon. The animal carries the
    • This does
    • not apply to what we here have to do; it does not apply to the other
    • a four years' cycle. Though it does not apply to the nematode
    • which can occur in the animal and in the human being, does not occur
    • of the ethereal within the Earth. It does so more easily when the earth
    • What does
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    • cambium. Although the cambium does not look like roots, it is the living,
    • does the cambium itself do?
    • guided by certain forces. What the wood does—not only for its
    • over wide areas) — what the wood does in this direction has to
    • the inner kinship of the mammals to all that does not become
    • tree and yet does not remain as a small plant — in other words,
    • and water, just as the animal does with air and warmth, may we not also
    • and watery material and assimilates them internally, the plant does
    • of the plant. By nature, it does not want to consume things greedily
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    • upshot always is that some of it works and some of it decidedly does
    • utterly different — something that does not fit in at all with
    • more or less, by a kind of astral cloud. The plant itself does not reach
    • does so. Something that still comes from the sense-organism passes into
    • In other words, the rhythmic pars of the animal does not come into being
    • Ego potentially remains. Just because the animal itself does
    • turns out as it usually does when men begin to experiment at random
    • use something. In a certain direction it goes well, in another it does
    • the fruiting tendency is not only there in the flower. Nature does not
    • the plant-world, which does not care to become leaf and foliage, but
    • is it due to? Why does the tomato work especially on that which is independent
    • does not want to go out of itself; it does not want to depart from the
    • uncompanionable creature in the whole plant-kingdom. It does not want
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    • Thus does man unite himself with his sevenfold nature in
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    • the child. The human being does not only look back into his
    • He does not only take in the universe, but he looks out
    • dissolves the form, devolving it into something which does
    • does not only touch or feel himself, but who closes himself
    • nature. For a goat with a fish tail does not exist. But
    • does, the way in which he is active in the external world,
    • always in a sitting posture, the head does not even attempt
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    • air, so does our ether body breathe in and out. And when it breathes in
    • the impulses of life. As we receive physical nourishment so does the ether
    • oxygen of the air and make carbonic acid gas, so does the ether body use up
    • had passed, electricity lived inside the human being. Now evolution does not
    • does He say to these true Sons of the Gods?
    • Science must see to it that mankind does not omit to grasp this spiritual
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    • Consequently Anthroposophy does not even attempt to discover paths to
    • Anthroposophy does not say that special qualities and capacities are
    • needed for a knowledge of the super-sensible worlds, it does not
    • a first step in such a development, and we shall see that this does
    • remarked that a muscle grows stronger if it does a certain work and
    • space. This thinking does not link up one thought with the other; it
    • Imaginative knowledge does not as yet supply anything pertaining to
    • But it does not apply to the way of thinking just characterised as
    • it were, a deeper memory-tableau. At the same time, this tableau does
    • Anthroposophy does not speak of such a vital force. It speaks instead
    • You know that recognised modern psychology does not go beyond certain
    • contained in every object, but which does not manifest itself as
    • gives rise to something which does not reveal itself outwardly
    • does not suffice, however, to consider the purely morphological
    • does not only live in constantly changing forms, but it is able to
    • Anthroposophy does not wish to speak of the higher worlds in the
    • whole life of man. Anthroposophy does not seek in some abstruse
    • Since Anthroposophy is not a mere theory, and does not merely live in
    • becomes absorbed by the physical form. But this fact does not deprive
    • Anthroposophy does not wish on this account to lead us away from the
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    • point that does not result from a sound power of judgment, that
    • spiritual scientific training; only then does one begin to know how
    • does he recognize them as such, but he is able to eliminate them, to
    • know his reality in a corresponding way, then only does he face
    • What does this mean, however? It means nothing less than the
    • self-love. Why does the abnormal soul life, which arrives at visions,
    • that actually does not exist at all in man's
    • doesn't want to do it. One must say that in ordinary life man
    • ordinary life only because he does not have the appropriate organs to
    • from what is truth. If he does not learn to delimit himself in this
    • being is, as it were, twofold. In the soul not only does there exist
    • into ordinary consciousness. Ordinary consciousness, however, does
    • person, although knowing nothing of this experience, does have this
    • If one does not
    • see only matter everywhere and not the spirit behind matter, so does
    • not confronting an unreality. He does not surrender himself to the
    • as proof acknowledges only what appears in phenomenalism. He does not
    • “phenomena” very acutely, very effectively. He does
    • that the human soul after death does not exhibit a very intense
    • does not acknowledge spiritual investigation but remains
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    • regions one does not need to go to in order to reach the
    • has found the inner strength of this ‘simple faith’ does
    • man as spiritual investigator does not stop at the level of
    • however, that does not make the thinking arbitrary, but adapts it to
    • imprinting does not bring about an enlivening process but a process
    • decade; that his soul constitution is changing. But he does not
    • what the body does with us, so to speak. Then we discover that it is
    • work in the historical development of mankind. How does historical
    • the super-sensible being of man, as I have just described it, does the
    • show you that spiritual science does not deprive people of what they
    • human evolution. Spiritual science does not take anything away from
    • things to a large city audience, like Dr. Steiner does. What is
    • drive everyone from his presence who does not know when to be silent.
    • interest he takes in this spiritual life, if he does so in such a way
    • that does not want to be woken up by a treading of the path to the
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    • us, so, in like manner does the Earth think. Let us inquire to-day:
    • of what does the Earth consciously think?
    • trees and stones, so does the Earth consciously look into space and
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    • recognise the duties here mentioned, if he does not, in his own way,
    • journalist. There is an old saw which says: ‘One crow does not
    • The fact is that such inaccurate thinking does not
    • does not only mean that those who have no faith in the medical
    • unhappy times than we are at present passing through, if mankind does
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    • himself to his environment — this does not enter very vividly
    • fruits, just as it does in the Spirit and soul of the man of the
    • the East, what form does it take? The injunction given to pupils by
    • European nature. Just as the oriental faces the Earth, so does
    • activity — does not have to be striven for by the Westerner and
    • of soul in a region where the soul does not dwell. Here lies the
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    • does not go through life half asleep. We have seen the great
    • itself, if he does not shut himself off from it. The time is past
    • believe them. But what does this mean? It only means that they want
    • incomprehensible. Of course one does not understand it if
    • body,” underlying, as it does, the physical body, has a kind of
    • to-day cannot form sensible decisions at all if he does not wake up
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • division as I have described to you does not appear only on the
    • times?’ if one does not try to seek the foundation man has need
    • does not know that what prevails in the sphere which we survey
    • does not take place as in the nerve system, but there is a damping
    • the ordinary consciousness does not reach. Thus, as thinking lives in
    • world where it does not prevail. And because it prevails, a power
    • what one does for him out of a rigid conception of duty.
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    • Buddha means that the Individuality concerned does not incarnate
    • brought about. For what does Moses show us when he confronts us with
    • Jesus of Nazareth for three years only and does not come again in a
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    • Many another condition might be mentioned. Who does not know of these
    • one does. There are whole branches of scholarship, pursued in this
    • and core of his being into connection with the thing he does. To do
    • able now and then to do with the left hand what he commonly does with
    • he will be, if only he does what there are so many reasons in favour
    • does are quite out of keeping with his conduct in other respects. It
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    • does not of itself come into conflict with current science. It
    • way I have just described. The reverse, however, does not occur; at
    • objective and independent of ourselves. It does not occur to us that
    • man move forwards, subjectivity does not come into consideration.
    • what he does when “mathematicising”, he would be able to
    • perception” — a technical term that does not denote
    • expect it to swing further and further out. But it does not. When it
    • mathematics — which does not, of course, work in a material way
    • not think of himself as he does to-day. Modern man has, on the one
    • process (which did not proceed so unconsciously as it does to-day).
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    • ask: What does this mean? What does that signify? In Dornach no
    • when one speaks as I spoke yesterday, one does not arrive at the
    • revolve, according to present-day astronomy, but that does not
    • sculptors were yet creative. One does not become a sculptor by
    • one senses what one must create (darstellen). One does not
    • fundamentally artistic. Correctly chiselled legs! — one does
    • into the form of the nose, or how the forehead does this — how
    • inwards, so does he, as a human being, press what breathes in his
    • nature's creative forces. Then one does not set to work on the
    • if he does not want to talk as a dilettante — to explain the
    • yield to a mode of cognition that does not pass over into art. The
    • grown upon the soil of Anthroposophy. What the human being does in speech
    • thereby a human individuality. As he lives with natural laws, so does
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    • itself; likewise does the ear burden itself with sin when it hearkens
    • inner being? What does self-knowledge yield?” In raising such
    • inner being of man. For what does one then behold within?
    • respect of matter. There is no human self-knowledge which does not
    • wants to penetrate beyond the sense-perceptions. How does this Ego
  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • analyse the world as it is given for ordinary consciousness, and does
    • Harnack says that Christ the Son does not really belong in the
    • does not permit of more than the recognition of the Father God,
    • subdued philosophical feeling of Solovieff. He does not bring it to
    • life, a continual coming to birth. This does not reveal itself in any
    • we are able to see how matter does not collect in this way at all; true,
    • it does approach the centre, but then it begins to receive life in
    • the rays of the sun that stream out from the centre. It does not
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    • between Christ after His Resurrection and His disciples does
    • ours. Ahriman is a Being who does not belong to our
    • this means: when man is thinking he does not truly live; he pours
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    • does not happen, for the wolf remains a wolf — that is, the
    • material aspect does not matter; what matters is the form,
    • the idea does not contain a nothingness, but a reality. This
    • modern man (he does not know this, because he does not concern himself
    • does not enter the usual consciousness which we bring with us at
    • quarrels? Modern man thinks that he is a good Christian, yet he does
    • — it does not interest them.
    • But it does not do this. It finds the divine-spiritual in God the Father;
    • enables us to understand the monistic materialistic conception does
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science, a Necessity for the Present Time
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    • above our heads, does this have a prophetic meaning for the whole
    • Christ-Impulse does not only appeal in an intellectual way to human
    • states, is an invention that does not take into account the fact that
    • influence of the Christ-Impulse does not depend on the comprehension
    • truly acquires forces which it does not have when it is flooded and
    • of the future. How does it affect us when a poet lets, one of his
  • Title: Lecture: Fundamentals of the Science of Initiation
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    • knowledge does not reach back so far as to enable us to grasp the
    • modern astrology, which does not go beyond the stage of dilettantism,
    • pagan wisdom, it does not contain a moral impulse. You may study as
    • they are generally honest people, but this honesty does not protect
  • Title: Lecture: Cosmogony, Freedom, Altruism
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    • this kind of talk from one person or another: “Why does
    • not God, why does not Christ, come to the help of this or
    • permeates the whole being. A civilisation that does not know
    • as a member of the spiritual world does he cease to be so
    • revolves round him. When he does, then indeed egoistic motives
    • because the force of our civilisation does not lay a broad
    • ask: Does not the root of the matter perhaps lie really
    • deeper? It does lie deeper. People to-day are too much bent
    • cosmogony to evolve? Where does the possibility exist for a
    • sweeping impulse of freedom to evolve? And where does the
    • free, altruistic man does not exist. There is the talent for
    • this of course comes out, has and does come out, in a curious
    • for all that, there does exist in Europe the capacity for
    • order reigns — reality reigns. The American does not
    • does make bold to point out the absurd side of the matter,
  • Title: Lecture: Brunetto Latini
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    • does indeed ray out over the ages — the
    • today. Who does not think himself able to know about himself?
    • etheric body. Still less does he surmise that which resembles
    • forces of the soul. Diving down into himself, man does indeed
    • elements he is perpetually surrounded, only he does not know
    • What does this
    • God of Love, who does not know of Him! You need only read the
  • Title: Lecture: The Shaping of the Human Form out of Cosmic and Earthly Forces
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    • Moon re-appears and gives it a fresh impetus. It does this
    • The man of the limb-system, arising as he does under the
    • reason why the human being as embryo does not develop only a
    • circulation of the blood. How then does the circulation
    • But he who does not have them both
  • Title: Lecture: Yuletide and the Christmas Festival
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    • Where then, does the Ego that is not yet interwoven with the
  • Title: Lecture: Buddha
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    • must make amends if he would reach his goal. In later life a man does
    • Thus Christianity does not
    • must perish, but what we acquire in the school of life does not
  • Title: Lecture: Hygiene - a Social Problem
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    • nineteenth century has been overcome, but this statement does not
    • people here or there have come to this conclusion does not mean that
    • but he does not consist of this alone. Independently of this he has
    • does not merely observe what is there before the eye or conjectured
    • of muscles, bones and senses and so forth. For the Spirit does not
    • “separate off” into single parts as does the material.
    • is that it does not speak in abstractions of a nebulous Spirit, like
    • line has been spoken, and does not see to it that all the air is used
  • Title: Lecture: Speech and Song
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    • equilibrium for earthly life is a faculty which man does not bring
    • different language — one which does not go from within
    • outwards, which does not mainly follow the out-breathing process, but
    • back into pre-historic ages, the more does speech become recitative
    • takes what he does in speech — where he permeates it with the
    • note. But here in song man does not leave the element of breath; he
    • the body, by adding the consonantal element, does but provide the
    • in the air. For the sound itself, the air signifies no more than does
    • as the fixed stars “from behind.” But there he does not
    • the earth. Rather does he see the spiritual — the corresponding
    • makes use of the current of the breath which does not enter into
  • Title: Lecture: Three Epochs in the Religious Education of Man
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    • arise through Anthroposophy does not wish merely to be an extension
  • Title: Lecture: Concerning Electricity
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    • For electric atoms are little demons of Evil. This, however, does not
    • tell us much. For it does not express the fact that the modern
    • thinks that this is quite harmless. But in so doing, he does not
  • Title: Lecture: The Problem of Jesus and Christ in Earlier Times
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    • united, the God and the human being? How does the “God
    • what it was destined to be before luciferic temptation. How does this
    • fact, this difference does exist. Imagine that the luciferic
    • which one may be crucified. In fact, such a crucifixion actually does
    • way and on the physical level, something that does not become
  • Title: Lecture: On the Dimensions of Space
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    • consciousness, that something does exist to draw man's attention to the
    • Though the everyday consciousness does not generally go farther
    • does Feeling come about. Feeling never comes about in space, but only
    • sides. He does not simply feel his way into space. Through his
    • three-dimensional space. Feeling does not enter into the three
    • defensive movement which does not appear externally but
    • precisely what it does not understand. Many things of real
  • Title: Lecture: What Has Geology to Say About the Origin of the World?
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    • How far, then, does geology lead us? We will now put into plain words
    • constituents, it does not entitle us to trace its origin to fire
    • is at present. When we go back to pre-historic times, the earth does
    • back, what is now the surrounding air does in effect take on the
    • does modern geology say to this conception of spiritual science?
    • the course of a few decades. And what does this book show us?
    • experiences such a moment in his soul, how much more does the
  • Title: Lecture: Thinking and Willing as Two Poles of the Human Soul-Life
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    • that we can say that our will does not function outwardly at all. We
    • one does not, in the course of one's life, absorb thoughts which are
    • which does not belong to the present, but to the past. The past lies
    • What you will experience this evening does not stand before you as a
    • harmony with what exists outside us. But the way does not lie
    • thinking. Then not only does one see the present in the form of
    • so doing we gain an outlook on life which does not rest simply and
    • nothing but a nebulous mysticism. Neither does it rest on a purely
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 1: Introductory Lecture
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    • remarkable in the Munich representations that Theosophy does not try
    • it can be known externally, does not possess. And why? The people in
    • But how does the
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 2: The Inner Aspects of the Saturn-embodiment of the Earth
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    • or, in the same way as the physical body does for its means of
    • what underlies the world it does not suffice to speak of it in
    • This glimmer does not give the impression of a glimmering light, but
    • devotion before the Cherubim, but so that their devotion does not
    • as winged angels etc., that does not signify. The rest will be given
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 3: The Inner Aspect of the Sun-embodiment of the Earth
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    • modern term and does not quite apply. For time was not then that
    • understanding ever does so against his own will. A sacrifice offered
    • beatific sacrifice does not leave him unaffected, he will feel a
    • will not accept anything that does not agree with my thought, I
    • How then does such
    • actually know that something of the sort does take place. We are now
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 4: The Inner Aspect of the Moon-embodiment of the Earth (Part 1)
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    • the same relation to the real world as does the reflected image of a
    • life a man does something, accomplishes something, the impulse of his
    • will as a rule underlies it. Whatever he does, be it the
    • deeds certainly does depend upon the strength of our impulses of
    • process of evolution something of the kind really does take place in
    • does not actually begin during the Sun age. This can however, only be
    • Does the flower know the laws which regulate its growth? No! Yet none
    • the less it grows. What does the flower want with laws or the human
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 5: The Inner Aspect of the Moon-embodiment of the Earth (Part 2)
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    • person may long for the homely stories of the family circle; he does
    • Being, and does so for all time. One not allowed to made sacrifice
    • upon a corresponding disposition of the Soul. Who does not know the
    • standstill, when he can experience no change! Who does not know the
    • when it does so, what does the Soul-life say? If we bear in mind the
    • later on if he does not snap the threads of his life before! Think of
    • non-conscious. Again, what part does this subconsciousness play in
    • what dwells in the depths of his Soul, does he play the man.
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    • following. Does all that we have in this world of Maya or illusion
    • feelings, does not spring from the soul of man in real earnest. All
    • a miracle and he says that he cannot understand it, he does not
    • does not extend to matters such as these — you will perceive
    • does not die when its separate plants fade — just as we
    • colour. The earth does not die; what is observed in the fading of the
    • animal does not exist; what really exists is its group-soul, which is
    • apparent, and does not in reality exist. If again we were to
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 1: The Driving Force Behind Europe's War
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    • impression, they will feel more or the less the way one does
    • increasing; how does this relate to the idea of repeated
    • to be: It does look as if the statisticians are right and the
    • is what people generally think today, though this does not
    • asking themselves the question: What does it really mean that
    • worst error we can fall into would be to say: It does not
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 2: Humanity's Struggle for Morality
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    • differently during the night than it does during the day; I
    • which we are between going to sleep and waking up again does,
    • again does not have moral laws. People who think it would
    • things modern humanity does not want to consider. Some are
    • born and is very much alive, who does not take in much by way
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 3: The Search for a Perfect World
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    • increasingly be made public. It does not matter how public
    • things are today, people simply must consider anyone who does
    • am Jewish in origin — I have no idea why. This does not
    • physical nature makes sure this corruption does not go too
    • Anthroposophical Society does — anyone who comes to
    • and perhaps even the lowest of the low. It therefore does not
    • does offer enormous opportunities for a kind of lazy outsider
    • go together. The one does not apply without the other. And,
    • does not harm anyone's esoteric development. Ways and means
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 4: The Elemental Spirits of Birth and Death
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    • perfect, I am kind, I am someone who does not believe in
    • equilibrium. It follows this path. Why does it do so? Because
    • it has reached the lowest point does not stop there. The
    • She does not consider it so necessary for people to come to
    • does not know, of course, why this is necessary, but she has
    • Ricarda Huch does feel that people must get to know the devil
    • tail. Oh, but he does walk around! ‘They never know the
    • the modern bourgeois point of view. One does not have what it
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 5: Changes in Humanity's Spiritual Make-up
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    • Evolution does, however, go in waves and it is possible to
    • does not permit a more extensive treatment. With some of the
    • one does have the feeling that one is in a way writing
    • we may say that Brentano's characterization of genius does
    • now; it does, however, agree with what genius will be in the
    • have knowledge does belong to the physical world; the rest is
    • Anything which does not fit in with this is considered
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 6: The New Spirituality
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    • power, or the gift, of the intellect. What does this mean? It
    • ‘old superstition’, modern science does not know
    • does of course believe that Cimon had an ordinary dream and
    • spoken before, as well as in these lectures. It does,
    • something which is inside and does not come to expression on
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 7: Working from Spiritual Reality
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    • go over it all in your mind again, it does seems as if a
    • create a sophisticated image, but the image does not
    • What does
    • upwards because the world does not reveal its weight to us
    • Where does the
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 8: Abstraction and Reality
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    • found, as many people find, that it does not matter if the
    • satisfactory conditions for humanity, what does it matter if
    • saying to you since my return. It does, however, mean that
    • are able to make comparisons certainly does not mean that we
    • aspect of war does matter, at least to a lot of people.
    • proof of the pudding lies in the eating; it does not lie in
    • reality is outside and does not care a hoot about this
    • But how does
    • yet far from what it will be one day. But this does not
    • But does
    • does not exist to send people off to sleep, but to make them
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 9: The Battle between Michael and 'The Dragon'
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    • What does this
    • But what does
    • what does it matter if so and so many more tons of organic
    • which happens within the great scheme of things does also
    • laws of nature. Anyone who does not accept them is called an
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 10: The Influence of the Backward Angels
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    • does meet the case — a hen is about to hatch a chick
    • criticism of scientific views does not go against Ahriman,
    • does — I spoke of
    • clever then as the present generation does now in looking
    • scientists — it does not matter so much if people
    • does no harm, however, for clear perception, even if painful,
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 11: Recognizing the Inner Human Being
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    • Being lifted out, human beings are in a position (this does,
    • current, which does not relate to anything in the animal,
    • lion does, and the fox, the ant, the ladybird, and so on. It
    • the pressure of experience, because he does not want to
    • do with any kind of reality. This does, of course, have quite
    • care this does not happen. It keeps the distance and
    • experience does not come in a seething and boiling of
    • only grow strong if it is inwardly made one's own. It does
    • essay like this, and nowhere does its poverty of spirit prove
    • complete opposition, for anthroposophy does not exist for
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 12: The Spirits of Light and the Spirits of Darkness
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    • being is a creature who walks on two legs and does not have
    • does not get us far in understanding the real issue. The
    • the bonds of family and heredity. All this does not, of
    • course, come to an abrupt halt any more than it does in the
    • transplanted to America. The physical human being does adapt
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 13: The Fallen Spirits' Influence in the World
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    • have described. As I have said before, mere speculation does
    • To mark the steadfast love which does unite
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 14: Into the Future
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    • nature of it all is such that if one does not want to be
    • does, of course, sound peculiar to people who think in crude
    • the spirits of darkness want human beings to have. It does
    • social democracy does not compare, historically speaking,
    • does not take much interest in these matters how old history
    • take more than four months today. In reality, history does
    • a chemist does an experiment, he knows that if he combines
    • of course, been ignored. It does, however, raise issues which
    • Delaisi does so. Thus, for example, he considers a member of
    • someone does wake up, as Delaisi did, and writes about how
  • Title: Lecture: Fall and Redemption
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    • everything that does not relate to the outer sense world.
    • teaching on metamorphosis does not extend as far as the human being.
    • But what does this
    • to oneself: Man is sinful if he does not undertake actions that will
    • were sounded — a dream does not always resound so agreeably;
    • everything about the matter. One does not think of oneself at all as
    • inwardly through the matter itself, one does not become proud. But
    • world and to basing himself upon them also does not accustom
    • education that they must have. And so one not only does not truly
    • truly does not need to be the case.
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    • child does nothing but sleep and dream, thoughts take hold of its
    • scientist, mankind has now become sleepy, and does not even
    • to-day, does not justify the statement that the skull-bones are
    • Cosmos does not only mean Universe — it means Nature's order of
    • where of course, his exterior form does not resemble that of ordinary
    • is a beautiful human being? this does indeed signify something. A
  • Title: Lecture: Calendar of the Soul
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    • significance of such a passage is generally overlooked. What does it
  • Title: Lecture: The Spirit in the Realm of Plants
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    • cases it may happen that he doesn't get anywhere. Why not? If
    • plant he feels just as he does regarding a finger, which he can
    • particular, does the same as one who wishes to explain a hand or a
    • This issue does not
    • does not sleep in time in the same way as other organisms but is
    • consciousness appear re versed in a certain way. Now, what does the
    • when he falls asleep, does not lose his thoughts and sensations but
    • said, it is nevertheless a fact that outer science does not know its
    • plant does not see by means of them; rather the sun being looks
    • in other plants. Natural science shows us that mistletoe does not
    • dependent on the sun. The human being does not undergo the kinds of
  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 1
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    • frame it thus: “In what personality does the sum-total
    • consciousness commonly remains behind, — does not
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    • deceit ; and that no man is truly enlightened unless he does
    • period of time, representing as it does the time, required
    • to unite his heart's blood with the things he wills and does.
    • and copied it almost word for word. Truly, one does not need
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    • So does Man
    • talks of the super-sensible Man does not imply that it has any
    • What does the
    • of the moment does indeed require it again and again. —
  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • one does not carefully distinguish man's inner and outer being,
    • consciousness and which reflects the external world, does not go
    • does not change through the fact that I look upon it with fire
    • rise up in the super-sensible knowledge. Their content does not
    • life. But this does not render these worlds less objective. On
    • Anthroposophy does not translate the truths which it includes in
    • consciousness really arises. It does not arise in such a way that
    • of death, and real death sets in when the whole body does that
    • conscience, for he knows that he does not speak on the foundation
    • How does this
    • placing man at the summit of animal development. One person does
    • and before birth, as I have done, does not consider it as a
    • meaning of a modern natural scientist. He does not bring any
    • physical world, this reproach does not touch him, because he
    • organs is raised above the force of gravity, so that it does not
    • science does not seek to rationalize the mystery, to dispel the
  • Title: Lecture: The Supersensible in the Human Being and in the Universe
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    • that does not as yet possess its own bodily position in the
    • Ego, as a firm support in man's inner being, a freedom that does
    • unprejudiced, that Nature does not take up again what we
    • anthroposophical spiritual investigator does something which is
    • thinking activity. It does not strengthen our thinking, but the
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • book, we immediately feel that it is written by a man who does
    • designated as nervousness and restlessness. One does all manner
    • surpassing the ordinary perceptive capacity, but which does not
    • investigation practiced in Anthroposophy does not at first
    • This does not in
    • ascribe the contents of memory to the independent soul, as does
    • our constitution does not enable our consciousness to remain
    • does not only build up an anthropology transmitting a knowledge
  • Title: Lecture: East and West in the Light of the Christmas Idea
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    • Christianization of our whole life, in which it does not suffice
    • does not as yet exist in our world of ideas, in our thoughts, in
    • does not yet contain the divine; it is without God. We can only
    • is set up on Golgotha. How does it stand within the consciousness
  • Title: Lecture: Man and Cosmos
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    • exercises an influence upon man, but it does not follow the
    • But the human being does not perceive these pictures; they are
    • I have frequently explained this. Man does not really know the
    • not; even in other cases, one does not look so much at the means
    • human being does not only perceive what is, approximately
    • lifeless substance, dead matter. He does not really learn to know
    • should be followed with that deep earnestness which does not
  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • between birth and death, the human being really does not have in
    • believe, as external science does, that it is possible to obtain
    • illusion; it is a reality, but one which does not rise up in
    • Man must therefore find freedom in a world of illusion; he does
    • last lectures we explained that after death the human being does
    • existence upon the earth. The Kant-Laplace nebula instead, does
    • upon man, whereas the Mystery of Golgotha does not force itself
    • a continued cosmology which does not blot out the Mystery of
    • Christian theology does not understand anything about
  • Title: Lecture: Knowledge Pervaded with the Experience of Love
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    • to a time which does not lie so very far back, by considering,
    • does not change, and he forms his concepts of physics without
    • If man does not wish to remain within the lifeless essence of the
    • archetypal, creative principle of the Father. Man does not yet
    • feel quite at home upon the earth. And he does not yet strive
    • otherwise he does not grasp these ideas in the right way. What he
  • Title: Lecture: The End of the Dark Age
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    • easily inclined to say: But why does the divine guidance of the
  • Title: Lecture: The Golden Legend and a German Christmas Play
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    • old relation does no more than allow the tree to grow.
    • Science: How does the case stand with those principles which we have
    • back, really remains stationary: it does not change with the body,
    • back to us our experiences. The Ego does not share our Earth journey.
    • does not unite with what comes to man from the Earth-existence, but
    • does not put the question), if this ‘all’ is nothing but
    • earth-existence? As said above, Haeckel does not pursue the question,
    • as he does to-day to deny all meaning to Earth-existence. It may seem
    • ourselves with the spiritual. For man in the sphere of erudition does
    • which man is so proud, so justly proud. But how does this science
    • when man finds his way to the spiritual worlds: when he does not
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Thought and the Secret of the Ego
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    • his birth. The “I” does not go along with this
    • remember ourselves. It does not change with the body, it stays
    • “I” does not take part in our earthly
    • “I” does not actually unite itself with what approaches
    • does human life really provide a meaning for earthly
    • existence?” As I said, Haeckel does not ask this question
    • anymore, but he does give an answer in his Christmas book:
    • the outer course of events that is considered, one does not see
    • Science does not
    • impulses originate? Where does everything originate that makes the
  • Title: Lecture: Zarathustra
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    • conceived ideas of morality exactly as he does to-day. But Spiritual
    • which makes us individuals, which does not now pour in from outside,
  • Title: Lecture: Hermes
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    • spiritual essence, which does not proceed from his material
    • when the active principle of thought does not enter. The Moon awaits
    • the Isis-power. In the knowledge gleaned from everyday life man does
    • not penetrate to the depths of his soul, he does not reach the
    • Again it may be asked: Does the science of to-day, representing as it
    • does, the heights of modern culture, come into collision with this
  • Title: Lecture: On the Nature of Butterflies
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    • play of butterfly wings, he does not stop to query the origin of this
    • am going to point out something regarding butterflies which does not
    • butterfly does not start life as such, but evolves by means of a very
    • the flame and get burnt. Why is this? Of course this does not happen in
    • has the urge to follow the light. This is impossible, so what does it
    • does not enter the sunbeam. However, it spins its own body into these
    • different occurs from what does in the case of the insect which burns by
    • transformed by the flame. This is always so in death. Death does not
    • to live there. So what does it do? Well, it isolates itself, envelops
    • continually saying “I” to yourself. What does this signify?
    • for itself. What does it do then? It will do the spinning inside its
    • light and air instead of water and air. What does the animal do
    • caterpillar does outwardly. The tadpole which is a frog, able to live in
    • We have viewed the world as it is and have observed Nature! What does
    • about what exists out-of-doors because he does not know much about it.
    • having chopped up little bits and pieces. What wisdom does he acquire in
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    • nothing in man that does not depend on the body for support. Within the
    • ordinary consciousness. Least of all does a man know what he generally
    • that is like a faculty of memory such as man does not have in ordinary
    • official experiences in his office, it does not contradict what later I
    • the soul experiences during sleep in backward order does not connect
    • years before refers to that past time, so does anyone who clairvoyantly
  • Title: Lecture: The Experiences of Sleep and their Spiritual Background
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    • thought. Neither does such vision as we can gain by practising
    • soul-nature does in some way or other persist during sleep. Here,
    • man cannot, with ordinary means of knowledge, tell what his soul does
    • experience of this condition, the experience does not enter into
    • the physical organism of the human being, and it does so most of all
    • experienced it consciously. It does not do so; but let me remind you
    • does nothing else than lift this reality into consciousness, just as
    • without question? Why does he want to try to philosophize about it all?
    • does man want to build up a philosophy of how the things hang together?
    • Why does he relate the single example that meets his eye to a universal
    • mankind on Earth, the more evident does it become that man had a kind of
    • does he return? He would not return into waking life, did not forces
    • The action of the forces does not, of course, depend on whether it is
  • Title: Lecture: Reincarnation and Karma
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    • soul-life apply adequately to external phenomena. He does that
    • Anthroposophy does not take the inspiration of life or of soul
    • Natural Science. Anthroposophy does not want to use modern
    • Natural Science does not contradict Anthroposophy, but is, in
    • conviction himself, it does not matter; he does not know the
    • can be made in the sphere of soul-life, but that does not lessen
    • physical ones, does not bring it about — as it certainly
    • genius cannot be traced in this way. And, of course, that does
    • of his theories, nor does the professor of Chemistry, and so
    • twenty-first, you find the anthropoid who does not yet have
    • Does it not seem
    • and everything I do in my present life does not exist apart as a
    • human life who does not know this far-reaching law or who does
    • influence of such conclusions. But if man does not develop this
  • Title: Lecture: Life and Death
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    • superfluous, because it does not as yet belong to the
    • man, does not merely refer back to the species
    • ancestor, to a being who has progressed, who does not belong
    • his species so does man seek his own individual human being.
    • in the inner being of man. But in what does that process
    • When does an
    • something which does not belong to them, if they are to
    • something which does not belong to its own nature must be
    • does it stand positively in contradiction to the laws of that
    • the old from us — as the tree does its bark — and
    • matter how often the outer experience can arise, if it does
    • child does not receive the perceptions of ideas in such a way
    • the events with him, his Ego is always there. This does not
    • man does in human life; — not only what he does in
    • but which does not, relate to anything external. What is
    • which the Ego does not cover up and, as a fruit of that, I
    • as it does with the content of all physical experiences. If.
    • The mere man develops this equanimity, the more nearly does
  • Title: Lecture: The Elementary Kingdoms
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    • the physical plane, so the astral body of the mineral does
    • materialist — because of something mineral does
    • an idea of these Beings, if we ask ourselves: where does the
    • plane? In which one of the three kingdoms does it live? And
    • and vitalizing it — nevertheless it does this merely in
    • How does it
    • does the plant-world do? You will understand what takes place
    • independently, quite by itself ... it does not exist as
    • are needed, which work upon the blood in the same way as does
    • an etheric body. But it does not possess an astral body of
  • Title: Lecture: 'Goethe's Faust' from the Point of View of Spiritual Science
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    • perfectly comprehensible if one does not go deeper into the
    • development, as does the worm from his lifeless surroundings.
    • and spirit of man. But only gradually does Goethe fight his
    • whom he does not need to turn. Now he recognizes him in
    • spiritual ear sensitized. Hence does Goethe show us in the
    • as does the ice from a pond. Just as someone unable to see
    • claim that only physical things exist. He does not discern
    • Scientist does not say that physical science is valueless and
    • Just as truthfully does he show, what comes to life in our
    • the true spiritual perception. This does not mean that man
    • spiritual perception. This he does in the chorus mysticus
  • Title: Lecture: Birth of the Light
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    • kings came to welcome. And so does the Spirit-King of St.
    • short-sightedness which does not feel the whole significance of
    • shepherds from the hills. Nor does he stand within human
    • does not allow of the conception of all-love; for love is
    • itself — so does the child lie there. And if it is thrown
    • as our human duty to strive after wisdom. And so does every day
    • child or the Christmas angel. How does the child wait at
  • Title: Lecture: Galileo, Giordano Bruno, and Goethe
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    • — “It does indeed seem as if the nerves
    • manner of thinking with the intellect does not go back very
    • pertain to the Divine Being as a finger or a limb does to
    • The word must not be taken to mean what it does to-day, but
    • He does not, however, classify them in the same way as they
    • does not dwell in any place exterior to the visible world. It
    • does not dwell in that vague realm, of which we may say
    • ‘something moves in circles wide’, it does mot
    • pursued the God who does not work from without the material
    • too sought the great spirit who does not operate from
  • Title: Lecture: On the Occasion of Goethe's Birthday
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    • involved with everything else, and that life does not ask
    • must ask: How can the Sun attract the Earth, if it does not
    • other planets or other molecular bodies, How does it happen
  • Title: Lecture: The Errors of Spiritual Investigation
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    • does not know, although they reveal themselves through him.
    • side. Thus it does not hold to answer the question ... What
    • How does one refute theosophy? and how does one defend
    • instead of on one! Goethe says: “Truth does not lie
    • How Does one Attain Knowledge of Higher Worlds?,
    • condition which man does not consider in ordinary life, i.e.
    • does not progress thus far in the transformation of his soul,
    • of error arises if the follower does not school his power of
    • of a man does not depend on the possession of the results of
  • Title: Lecture: Factors of Karma, Deficiencies in Psychoanalysis
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    • office. Not until the end of his life does it become possible
    • of thought admits that the life of the soul does not merely
    • indecision. He does not know why, and the people around him do
    • would naturally rebel against it and does indeed rebel).
    • spring forth. But the corn does not grow from the manure,
    • has four strings), so does the individual life arise. It may be
  • Title: Lecture: Matter Incidental to the Question of Destiny
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    • instance, Into what river does the Neckar flow? They had never
    • What does it mean when a biographer — in this case it is
    • knife — only one does it in the mind — cuts into
    • into his Karma inevitably, whatever happens. The man who does
    • does one do in such a case? He has proved his ability in all
    • story, a typical work of art of the present time. How does one
    • system. Now he is a first-class lawyer. What does it mean to be
  • Title: Lecture: Hereditary Impulses and Impulses from Previous Earth Lives
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    • man does within the social order, is the first seed of
    • Throughout its life, the animal does not essentially get beyond
    • chaos does not prevail. Order prevails — or, if it be
    • essentially the Bourgeois. Wherein does the Bourgeois
    • expresses: If an un-awaited resurrection does not occur,
    • assumed an impure character. That does not prevent them from
  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of Man to the Hierarchies
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    • modern theologian does not even rightly conceive the
    • different, namely his own Angel. He does not even rise to the
    • human being is living in an untruth when he does not admit, ‘I
    • up only to his Angel, but does not admit the fact. He imagines
    • does, or what men do in their social relationships together,
    • sometimes ask, how does the human soul find its way to Christ?
    • an intimate observer, who does not merely stare at the
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of Christ in the Human Soul
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    • place in the world surely does not give occasion for lapsing
    • himself again in the spirit after death. So does one who knows
    • bodies. But the fact that we do not perceive a being does not
    • helpful to mankind — does not at once appear in its
    • and before other human beings. Thus does the mystery of the
    • and awakening We know that Jahve does not work within the
    • which does not enter into us because we journey out of the
    • thought” — thus does the new Christianity speak
    • does not become rooted in our souls in a moment,
  • Title: Lecture: The Mysteries (Die Geheimnisse)
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    • perceptions. How does this transformation take place?
    • He ponders long: What does this sign convey?
    • circumstances. And how does Goethe indicate that he is
    • Within his heart the peace of God does dwell;
    • but that does not mean that their work is at an end; the
    • physical sun does not sing, but the spiritual sun sings. Goethe
    • does Brother Mark, after passing through the first portal, the
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 1. Angels, Folk Spirits, Time Spirits: their part in the Evolution of Mankind.
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    • sentient body, so does the Intellectual Soul or Mind-Soul to the
    • question now is: what form does the activity of these higher Beings
    • does today. The whole human entity at the present time is to some
    • speak the language of his people. He does not acquire this by his own
    • efforts, it does not stem from his individual initiative, it is the
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 2. Normal and abnormal Archangels and Time Spirits.
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    • investigations of clairvoyant consciousness. Where does clairvoyant
    • vegetation, with the characteristic configuration of the rocks, does
    • how does the activity of the Archangels, the Folk Souls, work into
    • the Archangel, how does he work into the people who inhabit this
    • as you can readily imagine, this does not complete the picture of a
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 3. The inner Life of the Folk Spirits. Formation of the Races.
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    • which does not concern the Archangels. The question then is: what
    • to reflect. The person who only feels and does not think may well be
    • Beings as gazing into a world which does not extend to minerals,
    • centres within him, he feels that this, experience does, in effect,
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 4. The Evolution of Races and Civilization.
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    • line which in reality describes a curve obeys a cosmic law and does
    • curiosity upon his environment, so does the man of the old Indian
    • truth of what I have just said does not depend upon whether one
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 5. Manifestation of the Hierarchies in the Elements of Nature.
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    • man believes to have a real existence does not exist at all, it is an
    • an astral effect. Man, however, does not hear it. If in relation to
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 6. The Five Root Races of Mankind.
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    • Universe towards the centre of the Earth. Man does not become aware
    • where, for instance, does Mercury make his influence felt? Under
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 7. Advance of Folk Spirits to the Rank of Time Spirits.
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    • to a higher stage. But this does not exclude a tendency or
    • picture of cosmic evolution than does this Scandinavian mythology, so
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 9. Loki - Hodur and Baldur - Twilight of the Gods.
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    • from the Greek — that St. Mark's Gospel does not speak of
    • then, does the Luciferic influence act? It penetrates into the astral
    • an animal does not supervene from the same cause as the death of a
    • does not see things in their true form. Whenever the ancient Teutons
    • does the myth say? Man has succumbed to the influence of Loki, and
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 11. Nerthus, Freyja and Gerda.
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    • first he does not understand. But if he has heard of Karma, of how
    • wrestles with the Fenris Wolf and does not prevail.
    • essential element in the Christ-principle does not belong to the past
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    • steering as it does a
    • coloured by a turn of thought which does not impress us
    • and does not venture upon the stage; it is only a voice from without.
    • badly, we have faith that our work must succeed. And it does
    • freedom demands that every individual who does us the favour of
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 2
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    • does Greek mythology express this profound truth? We know that modern
    • what does it mean, when we apply what Greek mythology and the Mystery
    • unconscious—a soul-life which in most modern men does not
    • appeared very different from what it does today. It is very
    • active within the Earth and not on the Earth's surface, so does
    • when it eliminates the Eros forces, as it does when it becomes older,
    • human being did not get to know the world in the way he does today;
    • astral body does not of itself see images. Just as a man does not see
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 3
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    • outside in space is also within us. Today man does not yet recognise
    • the intuitive perception, ‘That is Zeus!’ One does not
    • as Zeus, if one does not approach this experience and this feeling by
    • man does not do that. The normal man experiences the interworking of
    • physical and etheric bodies. When this does happen to the practising
    • man. It does not all come into human consciousness. The
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 4
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    • lead mankind in its development; He does not enter into any kind of
    • though the Christ does indeed permeate the Earth's physical
    • substances, He does not since the Mystery of Golgotha unite Himself
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 5
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    • of the stuff of his own soul! Capesius does actually feel as if what
    • which man does in fact tend to cut himself off as an isolated person
    • enclosed in his skin. Of course man does have within him those forces
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 6
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    • was yesterday? Why does anything become, why does not
    • but so long as he does not utter the lie so that it passes over into
    • today actually does not measure up at all to the inner being of man.
    • his ego is taken into account, he does not belong. No more striking
    • consciousness. What then does it mean that Semele was to see Zeus for
    • compromise, from no aspect does it show itself to be what in reality
    • into it ever more deeply. It is only someone who does not understand
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 7
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    • thinking. Knowledge does not come of itself. The human being has to
    • Admittedly, work does take place in the brain in the act of
    • about, does not go as far as the physical body; that all takes place
    • us, we experience in the form of mirrored image. The process does not
    • does not penetrate into his physical organisation because his
    • Moreover, if one does this today something is necessary which seems
    • Here our souls are once more faced by a severe ordeal. In what does
    • quite a different part of his soul. It does not follow that his
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 8
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    • he does not understand. It has yet another effect upon him. It would
    • soul: it thinks. What does it mean, to think? It means to bring
    • (In a certain way it does remain in the Akasha Chronicle, but it does
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 9
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    • a feather, but does not become a feather because the forces which
    • which to begin with does not resemble a man at all — without
    • something else. Not only does an etheric current go from the heart to
    • the astral current from passing through it, while it does allow the
    • that the real ego-consciousness of man does not take place in the
    • Johannes Thomasius does in the last scene but one of
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 10
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    • less does man experience what he acquired during the Sun evolution as
    • through millions of years, he does not encounter in a pure form what
    • the facts by modern philosophy and modern science does constitute a
    • of speech and the understanding of its sounds does not lie in the
    • his hands (i.e. what he does half unconsciously) plays a part in the
    • behind, it always does remain several paces behind scientific
    • Impulse. Anyone who does not believe this has only to turn the pages
    • them, for it does not help us to know them in an abstract way.’
  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of Raphael in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • Therefore we may say: not only does Raphael live on through the following
    • evolution of mankind. It does not merely seek to portray the consecutive
    • does not express the mystery of existence in ideas, but senses and gives
    • by the essence of Greek culture. But why is it that this does not remain
    • perfect; it does not come forth as a consuming and shattering element
    • of humanity to the effect that the life and nature does not advance
    • the blossom to the fruit. Here everything does indeed “develop”
  • Title: Lecture: About Horses That Can Count and Calculate
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    • This automatism does not work so strongly in man, because the human
    • following impression! On the one hand is Herr von Osten, who does not
  • Title: Lecture: The National Epics With Especial Attention to the Kalevala
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    • of war. And rightly does Hermann Grimm point out that a stern judge
    • of our physical eyes. And how does such a national epic as this continue
    • does he describe to us? He tells us even at the beginning what he is
    • fact appears at the very beginning of the Iliad; Homer does not begin
    • simply with facts, he does not even begin with any personal opinion,
    • this national epic, the more clear does it become to us that we cannot
    • as the glimmering of a world which does not expend itself in the ordinary
    • or scientific way is not reconcilable with these matters. What does
    • in such a way as one can understand them if one does not speak the language
    • from lower, animal-like creations. Spiritual science does not at all
    • the present-day feelings and thoughts does not actually reach back further
    • to occult science, that not only does all present-day scientific thought
    • does the human soul by means of the clairvoyant forces see into the
    • does Siegfried stand? That is shown to us in Brunnhilde's relation to
    • still carries within his soul an echo of the ancient ages, does not
    • “I” consciousness. Then specially does the modern clairvoyant
    • of the forces of the earth, and from that which does not belong to the
    • as the culture depends upon the forces of the Sampo, so long does the
  • Title: Four Seasons/Archangels: Lecture I: The Michael Imagination
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    • significance, the prosaic does not remain prosaic. Just as we find
    • as he readily does concerning the secrets of spring and summer. When
    • and dying; but he must not, as he does in summer, give himself over
    • its own forces. Then one does not lay on this or that colour
  • Title: Four Seasons/Archangels: Lecture II: The Christmas Imagination
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    • does this signify for the cosmos?
    • permeated with spirituality. In winter the Earth does indeed become
    • what does this activity signify? It signifies that the air up above
    • can ask the question: What does a mother
  • Title: Four Seasons/Archangels: Lecture III: The Easter Imagination
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    • into the great spaces of the cosmos does not see in the moving
    • wishes to develop full freedom in the realm of art, he does not bind
    • is to be inwardly in accord with cosmic truth — does not call
    • carbonic acid which does not contain a phosphoric, sulphurous element
  • Title: Four Seasons/Archangels: Lecture IV: The St. John Imagination
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    • the height of summer, we ask ourselves: Whence does Michael, who
    • radiance within the golden folds? Where does Michael acquire
    • the moral world-order does not exist only in ourselves as abstract
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    • ensouled: Just as a stove stands towards a lung, so does the
    • does not hinder his forces from coming to us; they penetrate through
    • working in the springtime forces of nature as Uriel does in
    • activity of Raphael travels round the Earth, as Uriel does. In terms
    • does a remedy heal? Because it is on the
    • entirely valid for the cosmos; but a man does not inwardly experience
  • Title: Fifth Gospel (1950): Lecture I
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    • history. Does this not seem to be a complete
    • he does of Christianity. The good spirit of Christianity and
    • to be stripped of its Christian elements. If this does
    • How does Christ Himself wield dominion in the minds and hearts
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    • tries to prevent it, the more forcibly does it present itself.
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    • so-called Feast of Pentecost, this does not in any way imply
    • passing, as does a human being, into a world of Devachan, a
    • does it mean — that this Spirit had lived in conditions
    • being applied at a lower level. For it does, after all, happen
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    • of the Fifth Gospel something that does not actually belong to
    • does make carob-trees transplant themselves from one spot to
    • another, even if he does make a stream flow backwards, even if
    • he does call upon the Bath-Kol ... it stands written that the
    • Wherein the Will of the Heavens does not rule,
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    • does not come from Judaism alone. And in fact Hillel was born
    • Wherein the Will of the Heavens does not rule,
    • “Wherein the Will of the Heavens does not rule,” He
  • Title: Lecture: The (Four) Great Virtues
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    • much wiser than he does become. No-one has the excuse that he could
    • does not remain passive towards life, but is ready to use its
    • incarnation. What works in the brain has gone; that does not appear
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 1: Natural Science
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    • For, with its conformity to law, science does easily lead, in
    • not a reality, then the process of thought does not, like a
    • of knowledge than does present-day science?
    • process of respiration. Ordinary respiration does not become
    • that of Patanjali. But as practised today, it certainly does
    • achieve it. When consciousness does learn to rest and rest
    • then does one see what a great service the so-called
    • nature.” So long as our vital thinking does not pass on
    • pain and suffering as does the ascetic; we keep it healthy to
    • also be investigated; but that does not concern us today. What
    • knowledge does not incline to asceticism; it avoids all arts of
    • sought to describe to you today by way of introduction. It does
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    • tremendous riddle. To deny the mind in man himself does not, of
    • has to ponder the question: Does the general process of nature
    • death, just as it always does at the onset of sleep? The first
    • the senses. Man today, seeking to know the spiritual, does not
    • life does he feel his thinking, in contrast to abstract
    • does, it is true, leave behind his physical body with its
    • life since we entered it. Our past life does not stand before
    • than the simple elimination of images, but one does eventually
    • no less majestic than does the cosmos when we see it with our
    • What simple logic does for the old man's life is done for human
    • vision. Yet the philosophy of life I am here presenting does
    • needs to be said over and over again: just as one does not need
    • does not need to be a spiritual scientist oneself —
    • outlined here today does in fact represent the desire of
    • I have adumbrated does hold something of what countless souls
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    • way of looking at human history as cause and effect does indeed
    • this modern vision: that what we see does not combine with our
    • does with a lifeless one. We thus arrive (and as I have
    • with Aristotle — does thought become separated from
    • course, this does not describe an actual state of affairs. It
    • Whoever does not have them,
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    • it does not take us to direct observation of nature. It is all
    • views, it does indeed express a truth, if somewhat one-sidedly,
    • spiritual world does not remain a mere pantheistic and nebulous
    • as maya, even if in deference to modern concepts he does
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    • of life certanly does not wish to exceed the limits of natural
    • we attain in higher cognition, however, does not incorporate
    • something produced by an organic activity. He doesn't know
    • memories. For the serious seeker after knowledge, it does not
    • anything that is said does not reside in the way in which
    • the verdict: “Yes indeed, the tree is green,” does
    • of life I am advocating does not forget them. It accepts
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    • spiritual, does not remain at the abstract and Utopian level,
    • natural philosophy and does not wish to move upward to
    • does he become conscious of his freedom. To all mental
    • with all the terror that emptiness, or rather nothingness, does
    • intellectualism that seeks to enter social life but does
    • the teacher, and in everything that he does, in all the
    • What does this achieve? Well, it is difficult to describe life
    • does in our external technology. In the latter, we have gone an
    • here. As a philosophy, it certainly does not wish to lay down
    • age thinks itself extremely practical and realistic, and does
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 7: The Individual Spirit and the Social Structure
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    • ruled over China, and does so still; in modern Russian
    • late Greek, does the distinction begin to creep in. Although
    • element does assert itself increasingly in the West, the nearer
    • cultivate thought, as the German does, we are confronted
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 8: The Problem (Asia-Europe)
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    • scarcely anyone who does not have something really significant to
    • on the question: How does Plato's ideal relate to the
    • individuality fully only if he does so through the rebirth that
    • provided by nature. The animal does not calculate; it does what
    • it does out of its inmost being; and specialization is
    • or the other than it does in everyday life. Knowing how to
    • it often does more harm than good. And one ought to examine in
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 9: Prospects of its Solution (Europe-America)
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    • at this point it must even be admitted that, when it does
    • is made available to the people in this way does, it is true,
    • of soul. And anyone who does so will see that this man —
    • does, it is true, accept these descriptions; to some extent,
    • contemplating his inner organism, not as does the modern
    • property and does not belong to our human personality, but
    • that, with a philosophy of life that does not interpose
    • party, he does of course make use of his intellect; the real
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 10: From Monolithic to Threefold Unity
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    • does illustrate what the impartial observer will
    • organism does not die, and to this extent it differs from the
    • natural science too, our view of the phenomenal world does not
    • it goes through the one we call the state. When it does so, the
    • specific concrete activities as a wholly general concept does
    • come up against the fact that, although the individual does
    • individual does not have to adopt something handed out from a
    • agreement of many — only from such associations does
  • Title: Lecture: Pythic, Prophetic and Spiritual-Scientific Clairvoyance
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    • to receive reflection of what his blood does, not merely to follow his
    • thus arises, and which does not lead man beyond himself, but leads him
    • — did not exist at that time in the form it does now although
    • an imagination of taste but does not work formatively, so in many people,
    • intention and many a time that also is said which one does
  • Title: Lecture: Pythic, Prophetic and Spiritual-Scientific Clairvoyance
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    • receive reflection of what his blood does; not merely to follow his
    • which does not lead man beyond himself, but leads him rather deeper
    • blood, did not exist at that time in the form it does now, although
    • Mosel, which of course rises only to an Imagination of taste but does
    • third kind of clairvoyance that does not involve desire for laying
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    • the various paths of philosophy if one does not find the
    • afterwards to see things in a more radical, true way, than does
    • he goes to sleep, and a modern human being does not even know
    • whether it does not pass into Unreality, and so what man
    • one does not come to understand this life of Birth in the
    • Inner Being, does man come to see the Spiritual Reality
    • added to this inner experience does man come to a really firm
    • absolutely saturated by the Christ-Impulse, He does not seek a
    • thereby does one reach a standpoint of reality, then one can
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    • could well be that someone who does not want to hear this
    • the social battle has increased in extent and violence doesn't
    • that we take on. What is told here does not have the intention
    • indignation, why doesn't the lout go to work? Now I knew
    • doesn't agree with the conditions. Here's the point at which
    • Merely gazing at life doesn't do it. Nor can someone who judges
    • does not proceed abstractly. It proceeds from clear
    • considerations, that one does not proceed from self-knowledge,
    • speculation, but rather through a living contemplation does one
    • and working conditions. What does he want with these better
    • that doesn't really change anything much at all, because if one
    • away. Also, the government councilor who doesn't live in gray
    • theories can look at life entirely differently. He doesn't need
    • doesn't have any work has to be a lazy lout. In the course of
    • than the coordination of pay with production does. If that
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    • A deep question then arose: What building does modern culture
    • he does not only stand rooted in an earth- spiritual existence
    • truthfully create artistic forms from it. If mankind does not
    • senses his God, as does, for that matter, the whole present
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    • There spoke in him the consciousness that one does not only grasp
    • one does by means of external sense perceptions.
    • to knowledge, you will see that Goethe does not select a single
    • river, as security that she will keep her promise. This she does,
    • he does willingly what he considers his duty, when the
    • How, therefore, does a man develop himself in Schiller's
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    • these laws of its growth, one must also say to oneself that it does
    • because it does not recognize an absolute, unchangeable truth,
    • Now how does man succeed in developing the capabilities
    • does not lie in the nature of the thing that it appears to you ugly
    • chaotically mixed, that stage of knowledge is represented which does
    • — this gold — what effect does it have in the body of the
    • what Goethe does with the conception of the proto-plant. If we follow
    • Snake for him is the representative of that soul-power which does not
    • Goethe knows that real research does not stop at material
    • soul, however, does not itself become capable of crossing into the
    • she has the will to sacrifice herself for this, and she does in fact
    • dies.’ A significant saying! Man, who does not die before he
    • dies, that is, who does not develop in himself the eternal, the inner
    • But to him who does not bring an inner light to meet the sense of
    • But there is also the doing — when man does not apply
    • understanding human soul-power, which does not penetrate into high
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    • future. It is a show. But does it stop at mere guessing?
    • stage of existence. But all know what comes to pass: Faust does not
    • wonderful way in the figure of Mephistopheles, who does not believe
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    • nowhere traversed in a satisfactory way. Now how does Part II
    • really does grow into that world which is described as the
    • in morning-red!’ Does Faust, the disciple, do this?
    • come over anyone who really knows these things and does not merely
    • long ere this was dissipated’ does exist — into
    • does not otherwise exist. He makes the Homunculus say:
    • What does this mean? Nothing else than that he may not
    • does not desire possession of this land — he does not desire
    • which he does not experience in the physical world, his own death
    • ‘Where and how does one find the Spirit’
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    • To-day we are not in the habit of asking, how does one breathe
    • chest, to my heart, as the Earth does to the Sun.’ That was the
    • intimately to the home as does the picture of the Madonna that
    • Only in the third stage does that develop which we still know
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    • does not feel itself to be connected with the inner processes
    • speaks of the cosmic and super-sensible, where does he think it
    • other names for them, but that does not matter, we will name
    • difference does not he in the content of consciousness. You
    • done in the service of divine cosmic consciousness; he does not
    • youth-forces. Now what does it mean to-day to be young? What
    • does it mean for men of our present epoch of evolution? It
    • For in this waking-dreaming, dreaming-waking, the will does not
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    • themselves in the human being. For not until our own epoch does
    • body, that in this statue the head does everything.
    • What does man really know about the world in the present-day?
    • the ‘Song of Alexander’ could arise, describing as it does with
    • Ether. How does Aristotle represent all this? He shows the
    • experience of how the Ether does not really belong to the
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    • the old materialism — and a great part of mankind does
    • anyone who reads Plato, provided he does not read him in an
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    • What does the newer Natural Science, that has gradually grown
    • perceive things, he does not merely see with the eye, but
    • This is how it is with the gall-fly. What then does the
    • egg of a gall-fly. Why does it happen so? Why is the egg of a
    • portion of the human organism (in its present state) does this
    • intestines, — never once does the ego-organisation leave
    • exactly as it does into any external object, — in that
    • enter to some extent beneath the skin. Thus he does not take
    • until we have died does the mineral turn back again into the
    • Earth, and have the mineral enclosed in our skin, so long does
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    • pain does not grow less when one beholds in the light of
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    • has for so long been cultivated, but real life does not allow
    • — this scene does not actually occur among perceptive
    • Anthroposophists. But it does sometimes happen that this
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    • are connected in some way with what one is or does while awake.
    • it does now, that we went about in the cities and did our work,
    • everyday waking consciousness? and does' there result from such
    • something which does not exist in the earth-life at all, either
    • opinion can be formed about it. But when anyone does come to
    • flowing movement. Only now does he come to know what an etheric
    • all, he does not yet know of another spirit-soul world besides
    • or a practical egotism, does not succeed in establishing this
    • Anthroposophy does not speak from philosophical speculations
    • his gaze upon the inner, plastic, formative forces; and does
    • This does not encroach upon freedom. Freedom exists within
    • sense, if only he does not himself put hindrances and
    • or something of the sort. But Anthroposophy does not work merely
    • Anthroposophy does indeed lay hold of the whole human being,
    • if nature works artistically, then man simply does not find out
    • This does not mean that Anthroposophy has anything to do with
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    • condition, condition, man does not grasp the full reality of his
    • as the Angels, Archangels and Archai, he does not experience
    • does not progress beyond experiencing this shadowy side of his Ego
    • Personality, in the 20th Century.” The fact does not enter
    • about with him. But man does not feel that today? he feels as
    • it does seem to be so. At this point of time man help regarding his
    • physical body as the modern man does. In those pre-Christian times
    • ordain what man does on the Earth. Therefore man of old was
    • to see how fully convinced the Egyptians were that what man does
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    • bring into them processes of dissolution, does fuller and
    • would arise, flow does consciousness arise? For that, the
    • the greatest value, my dear friends, because it does not
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    • the unity which surrounds us in the ordinary world, does not
    • efforts which lie on this path, does the shadowy character of
    • thought-world acquires a life of its own. Why does it acquire
    • the world. What does this signify? It signifies nothing else
    • science wants to enter the world; The fault therefore does
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    • the world also does not lose thee.
    • obtained once for all; rather does goodness come only through
    • cannot attain in one life, because he does not always find
    • he who does not strive after wisdom is immoral.
    • in the understanding of the day. I ask what does a man feel
    • find that he does not feel such a thing to be wrong. He will
    • who, in this sense, does not regard as base all that impairs
    • Man will smell and perceive as unsympathetic what does not
    • what does it matter about my own spiritual development? I
    • qualities in human nature only shows thereby that he does not
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    • unlike so many others, he does not excessively identify himself
    • pantheism and does not enjoy the fruits of culture, wants to
    • how does man find freedom within his own soul? He devoted
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    • Now, this does apply in a certain sense for the things Erasmus
    • much further. When we look at Goethe, it does not, perhaps,
    • the impulse toward rebellion does not appear so strongly as
    • but is more diffuse, it does not appear so strikingly. Anyone, however,
    • the etheric body does not immediately respond because it is
    • does not force it; he only helps with a light touch to elevate
    • are not twisted; he does not alter the
    • But he does not experience directly. Through what I have
    • inner nature and the external world. Just as he does not alter
    • delicately modifies its form, he also does not carry his
    • does it happen, then, that Goethe, so remote that he could
    • something quite different — how does it come about that he
    • called from Frankfurt to Weimar. What does this signify in his
    • a superficial view when, to the question — Why does a man
    • when they are expected to listen to something that does not
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    • an influence on the rest of humanity? How does it happen that
    • does not belong to the head but to other parts of his
    • mind that such a relationship does not occur one-sidedly, but
    • is actually happening as a result of this experience? What does
    • one lecture to another does not sense it, but he passes through
    • state of wakefulness — just as the ordinary person does not
    • experience unconsciously as does the dream to deep sleep on the
    • entirely too many poets. Where is there anyone today who does
    • Görlitzers. How does all this hang together? To be sure,
    • Jakob Boehme — not in his free creative work, but what he does
    • developing without his being able to enter into it; thus does
    • and over again, it certainly does not give him or her any
    • he does not follow up every nail he has made. But what is
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    • influence their soul lives, specializing them. This does not
    • Something absolutely new, of course, does not come into
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    • state, does not necessarily have the mission (vocation) to
    • it does not come from the soul's depths in a conscious way
    • because consciousness would, and actually does, resist all
    • the next crop of grain will grow.” The grain does not by any
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    • through their system of concepts; this does not lead to black
    • his nervous system. Now, he is a competent jurist. What does it
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    • and playing its role in their environment. This does not
    • assumed for him a tragic character: In what direction does the
    • present age advance? Where does what has forced itself as a
    • from life — so does Mill express the matter, and Herzen
    • on a dubious character. This does not prevent them from
    • stage. It does not require a national background to present
    • scientific knowledge and to believe them does not make one a
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    • permitted to say, so much love. Even God does not require any
    • that he said, “And yet it does move,” is certainly false. I
    • such a thought process, heredity does not prove to be without
    • to pieces and shout, “What does it matter?” But then I
    • world, and in the world of feeling, how does it flow into the
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    • a conception of his god, but whether he really does have such a
    • manner, does he conceive of what must be meant by the term
    • highest God, but to what such a person really does find the
    • theologian does not even conceive the angel correctly because
    • angel. He does not even ascend to the archangel who guides
    • a human being really looks up to his angel but does not admit
    • the cat has an ego just as a human being does, and where the
    • does, what men do in their relationships, could cause events to
    • principle does the steam engine actually rest? It really rests
    • more closely, who does not merely stare at the phenomena but
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    • illusion; that is, it does not belong to the real and eternal,
    • profounder meaning of the luciferic temptation. What does
    • does it mean that the earth has a moon as its satellite? It
    • even higher than the archai. What does this signify? Let us
    • world except that in which the Christ can help him. If he does
    • for a short time, does not achieve results and then abandons
    • and does not want
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    • one does not see it.) In what you would see red, is hidden
    • What arises as memory does not arise in accordance with the
    • that one does not know whether he is giving a picture of any
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    • of the modern world outlook that it does not know this
    • the mirror. In the same way man does not experience himself
    • bring meaning and significance into this confusion if he does
    • his consciousness remains unconscious; he does not open up to
    • spiritual world does not say: I have hands and feet, he says;
    • physical man is concerned, he does not exist at all.
    • can, however, see one thing, it is not the drawing that does
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    • existence of certain laws does not mean that man's free will
    • does this prove? — Well, here one need only look at a
    • in which Dog Trusty does not snap at the piece of
    • meat. But when a human being in a given situation does
    • of complete indifference, whether one does so by
    • and therefore it does not let itself be mystified by theoretical
    • particular business. One doesn't take into account in the least any special
    • disposition, to what Production does. The moral, the psychic
    • does it come about — one might ask — that people
    • too, even though they didn't manufacture cri-cris, he doesn't
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    • the Threefold idea does not succeed in making its way through
    • one does meet with such people to-day, who are business-men
    • life, and does not merely go crying the old stock-in-trade
    • what does the trouble lie in our present age? I can only
    • time being flung away. Doesn't it look as though we should be
    • does not see, that to-day you might make the most splendid
    • of fact. And what does it all amount to? Well, you know, it
    • pitiable experience one can gb through, if one does for once
    • towards the idea of the ‘State,’ than Marxian Socialism does
    • road-sweeper, and so forth, — but, if he merely doesn't look
    • doesn't, are, after all, questions that have nothing whatever
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    • freedom does not come into it. — This is the other
    • condition. Our ordinary consciousness does this, as does
    • For such indulgence does not lead to the science of
    • but then sometimes he has observed that he does not think any
    • that the visionary does not want at any cost, for he is
    • away of our physical perceptions does not happen because
    • conclusion. But in a certain respect this does not happen in
    • straightforward course of evolution, does not stop when the
    • continues in a straight line as it does in our purely animal,
    • as does everything that induces growth and life, in order that
    • everyday life, providing it is a real kind of thinking, it does
    • inspiration. — Where does it come from? We discover this
    • sphere of pre-earthly existence. When does it become manifest?
    • where does the power to do this come from? — It is the
    • increasingly toward his true self, especially in what he does
    • life of the physical body. What he does is released by his
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    • What does he find? He looks for it in the so called
    • is something that proceeds in the subconscious and does not
    • reality, for it does not work instinctively from within, but
    • unconscious activity. The mental image that we take in does not
    • development as it does with a child at the change of teeth, in
    • does not experience growing old as a reflex feeling in the
    • soul-spirit in the life of the body. But it does form the
    • religious content of evolution in a way that does not please
    • does not talk about Christianity. These are the
    • evolution. We only have to ask: How does the individual soul
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    • However, this method does not use the thinking as we do in
    • but which remains unconscious, does not reach into our
    • does not overdo the individual meditations — I
    • does not come about in ordinary life and science, that he
    • sense perceptions come to us. This does not come about through
    • has led science to its great successes does not lead us beyond
    • our knowledge does not remain purely passive (though in this
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    • anthroposophical research does. First we have to consider the
    • This thinking is transformed, however. It does not appear
    • inner being does not contain only the result of chemical
    • can be perceived, how does one know that this is the spiritual
    • of this picture tells him that he does not have something
    • Man's will does not think; it does not resemble ordinary
    • and transparent. The eye, which does not draw attention through
    • does Anthroposophy engage in any unjustified opposition against
    • Anthroposophy cannot act in this way. It does not desire to
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    • important to remember that the science of spirit does not take
    • what, in fact, does one find out? The scientist has to
    • scientific Darwinism from his teacher, Haeckel! And he does it
    • of the smallest living entities does not tell us any more than
    • does a study of the various species that we can perceive quite
    • The science of spirit does not deal with a reversion into
    • does one acquire the wish to pursue such spiritual work, such
    • same way that the sense world does. What is so noteworthy with
    • present form physics does not allow for any possibilities of
    • that Goethe does not only deal with the immediate physical
    • to pervade them, — that is, Goethe does not separate the
    • through his eyes and ears, that he does not perceive what
    • element of soul; he does not experience its full power and
    • concepts and ideas. A sound thinking person does not
    • particular kind of perceptive consciousness. And he does this
    • inner effects of the picture, the image. And he does this in
    • such a way that he does not look to its content, but to the
    • forces that develop in it, and he does this when his
    • after years does there come back what we have perceived in the
    • for us to find it. It does not come into being by means of any
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    • view, which does not extend to man in his real being,
    • introducing into this tendency that which does not
    • permeation of the East does come about, it will not take
    • view one can put this question: How does the spirit, the way
    • differentiation on this earth. It does not do to spread
    • sentimentality, does not go with that strong sense for truth,
    • any consideration, and puts aside everything which does not
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    • important thing in earthly development does not lie in the
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    • social matters does not proceed from a corresponding
    • Now what does
    • What does this
    • But today it does not help to be in theoretical agreement
    • does the harmfulness of the present materialistic impulse
    • spirit. It is their monopoly. It does not the long to the
    • if, at the same time, he does not recognise that just as
    • if he does not realise that three other kingdoms, spiritual
    • What does all
    • School belongs to the very greatest of them all.But that does
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    • social life does not arise as the result of a spiritual
    • Company, and although he says that he does not venture to
    • living Spirit! Anyone who does his work from out of the
    • mineral — he is stating a half truth only, if he does
    • this — that whales exist, does not prevent us from
    • does net proceed from mere physical hereditary evolution, for
    • man does not speak about the Christ. He ought to speak in a
    • does much harm to what has to be brought about. I should like
    • What does this mean — if we look at it
    • an abstract way and does not teach us how to take the Spirit
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    • Space? It obviously does not include it all,,any more than
    • phantasies. Of course the modern man does not clothe that
    • does not continue.
    • not admit this, does not originate from any
    • consciousness does not lie in the fact that through it a man
    • crammed full — but it does not grow in such a way that it
    • feuilletons at the age of 18 he does not develop any further.
    • science is terribly inconvenient! Spiritual science does not
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    • his body which thinks, that his brain actually does the
    • into a cosmic stream which does not belong to our world. But
    • thereby he loses his own Ego, for the Ego does not belong to
    • his being, and in our time the Spiritual does not draw near
    • religious tradition this knowledge simply does not exist.
    • understanding of matter. What does science really know about
    • man. All that science does is to make the inner into the
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    • compatible with cultured taste; rather does it correspond to
    • does not do so I shall feel that my being invited into the
    • does not come to expression in the human being but is killed
    • when it does not wrest nature's secrets from her by subtle
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    • art as does a man who is not a seer. The seer has these
    • incomplete if this next step were not taken. Not only does a
    • does poetry associate itself with music in the consciousness
    • realise that a seer who is to be taken seriously does not
    • speech, What he sees is not in the form of words, nor does it
    • he does this in such a way that he allows the creative forces
    • question arises: By means of what process does the musician
    • flutters above the reality, does not penetrate to the true
    • reality; neither does he reach reality through his ordinary
    • on the one side, man's inner life which does not reach to
    • instance, when a man has genuine-musical talent. How does
    • activity does not hinder, but quickens external vision) so a
    • Genuine seership does not dole out cheap answers, but adds
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    • obtained once for all; rather does goodness come only through
    • cannot attain in one life, because he does not always find
    • he who does not strive after wisdom is immoral.
    • in the understanding of the day. I ask what does a man feel
    • find that he does not feel such a thing to be wrong. He will
    • who, in this sense, does not regard as base all that impairs
    • Man will smell and perceive as unsympathetic what does not
    • what does it matter about my own spiritual development? I
    • qualities in human nature only shows thereby that he does not
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    • manner, does not, when performing his exercises, attain what
    • it does occur we shall then again acquire a fully human
    • the 19th Century a theology developed which does not wish to
    • a way that we can say: Death does exist, but it cannot harm the
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    • however, does not belong to present-day man. Indeed,
    • it is as though he, the dreamer, does not want to wake up, but
    • an insight about the dream. He does not want to wake up a
    • life on earth does not behave like an ordinary recollection,
    • Nowadays we see that one does not
    • does he do this? He goes below the zero, goes — as the
    • represented here. One does not begin to speculate on any
    • preceded our life on earth does not interest us, for we are
    • of the soul who does not have the will to achieve knowledge of
    • beauty of a picture, just as little does one need to be a
    • into the books I have mentioned, who does the corresponding
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    • obvious as time goes on. Religion does of course answer many
    • What does that
    • longer live according to the old customs, the remedy does not
    • science, advancing as it does at great speed, a center of
    • How does it
    • gradually discover if spiritual knowledge does give one inner
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    • sign the agreement, and as he does so, the blood, flowing
    • one does not stop short at its shape and features, but
    • does instinctively when faced with an ensouled being, the
    • spiritual researcher does in regard to the whole world. The
    • development does formation of blood and blood vessels become
    • laws that govern blood, as it does in all other laws, as if
    • have; therefore, what he or she cannot perceive does not
    • sensations and feelings, but at the animal level does so in a
    • consciousness does not reach down far enough to experience
    • true, a much smaller section of the outer world, but does so
    • world becomes inner world, so does this inner world become
    • mirror the outer world, as does a being with only the
    • so does the whole bodily form. In this state of consciousness
    • body in the system of nerves, so does the “I”
    • and Truth become part of a person's blood does he truly
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    • Where does spirit come from? That can never be the question,
    • rather, Where does matter come from? Spiritual research shows
    • is its most characteristic feature. So what does life do? It
    • the first place an the living being. This influence does not
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    • must ensure that it does so, while also taking into account
    • needed. Spiritual science does not aim to persuade; it is not
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    • person does not follow his urges and passions blindly; he has
    • Anthroposophy does not wish to be something that can be
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    • person does not stem from the animal kingdom, though
    • it does great harm if the child doubts the teacher. The
    • how the student in fact does develop.
    • first learns; only later does it understand, and only later
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VIII: Insanity in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • “weak-mindedness or imbecility.” It does not come
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    • spiritual eyes and continually does so. Therefore,
    • and so does the incarnating individuality. If a person is to
    • life does more to harm the organs than anything else. The
    • maternal body before birth. Only when puberty is reached does
    • becoming aware of the other sex symbolic. Only now does the
    • twenty-third year does this come to an end; then a person is
    • only now does a person face the world as an independent
    • thirty-fifth year. No longer does a person have the longings
    • this does not happen too late in life. The forces that
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    • alchemical feats, does not inspire much confidence.
    • is available, one does not walk round the mountain for
    • life of the human soul, so does the physiognomy of the earth
    • However, what I shall say does convey what is looked up to as
    • does that of the plant to the holy lance of love of the
    • able to breathe today. So how does it come about that they
    • does for human beings — transforming the carbonic acid in
    • human body into carbon. Thus, what the plant does
    • anatomy does man learn about his own being, but through
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    • centuries, the Gnostics, have thought otherwise, as does
    • Although history does not speak of it, his vision was true
    • entangled in matter. What does that mean? Existence keeps
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    • investigation does not bear this out. Looking back we come to
    • the noble human form, it does not justify the assumption that
    • structure does indeed pass through innumerable evolutionary
    • ice swims in water out of which it has condensed, so does
    • the human being's deepest nature. This He does because He is
    • the ‘I am’ sent thee.” What does Jehovah
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    • somehow does not agree with what is announced today, then he should
    • Society for the Theosophical Way and Art does not exist. It is
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    • way. And what man knows he does not prove. The man of the West demands
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    • This belief in ghosts does not reach back into very
    • go, the more does it make itself felt. For an ancient Oriental
    • man of to-day, a Westerner, does not yet discern the spiritual,
    • ghosts. He does not realise that this belief of the masses in
    • my arm, I will move my hand,” he does not really know
    • though he does not carry his body about with him) connected
    • workshop for the earthly being. But man does not completely
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    • at that time of the year when it does not pass through any
    • we live in our ordinary daytime consciousness. What does the
  • Title: Spiritual Relations in the Configuration of the Human Organism: Lecture I
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    • does it mean: man sees the surrounding world? If, for once, we look
    • know, I have told you quite often: man does not have so extraordinarily
    • does not stay with the eye. Instead, what the eye is mediating, radiates
    • because they have to meet in the right way. What does that mean: to
    • body; but one does not forget really after one day, not after the second
    • therefore rounds off everything; it does not make things rigid, but
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    • does not function in the right way, a shrunken kidney will develop.
    • a human being, don't pay heed to the esophagus; it doesn't matter at
    • for example, only for the heart. To others the heart does not matter:
    • next to the liver, as far as I am concerned; but what does one know
    • about the spleen one does not yet have anything to say today. You will
    • order in the organism, if something which does not proceed in the right
    • does not work in the right way, then all the phenomena that follow up
    • a kidney which does not work rightly will appear.
    • study history if one does not enter into the fine structure of man,
    • does not have anything to say anymore about the world, but addresses
    • Why does this arise? It
    • Only later, after he has passed through his doubting, does Saelde permeate
    • science is guilty of such an attitude, because it does not at all realize
    • But only then does one learn to understand the world. Only then does
    • view, which speculates on the egotistic motives of man, but does not
    • permeated by the spirit, who does not want to do any thinking. There
    • man does not only know more but will become something through Anthroposophy.
    • does not fructify the high spiritual nature of the spleen. But this
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    • chosen his place on earth in quite the right way. He does not quite
    • home before he came down to earth. He does not quite fit into the earthly
    • always was asking: what does one have to do regarding the ether body?
    • one takes something out of the mineral kingdom. It does not matter if
    • and regarded this as man. Now one does not see anything of this light
    • I also find only concepts there; that does not give me an occasion
    • does have a twofold
    • say, if he gives me a match, that he gives me fire, it does not look
    • does not look like clairvoyance;
    • that is like saying the match does not look like fire. Yet it will look
    • like fire if you will but strike the match. And if it does not work
    • see, it kindles! It has kindled only a little! But it does kindle, my
    • making a diagnosis of, let us say, an enlargement of the heart. He does
    • that one does not have any comprehensive connections. One does not have
    • anything comprehensive because one does not look through the whole matter.
    • How does the physician today make a diagnosis?
    • to step into the new, and because the old does not fit any more —
    • is the reaction of the dark age, which does not belong in our time.
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    • beyond the sense world — and infinity does go beyond the
    • orb, if it does not happen to be full moon, he sees only part
    • does it happen that two contradictory statements can both be
    • have often emphasized, that spiritual science does not in the
    • doesn't it? Through an act of grace from the spiritual world
    • is what exists.” He does not go beyond the physical body
    • everything the chauffeur does as well.” The chauffeur
    • according to this kind of proof. This reasoning does not apply
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture II: The Legend of the Prague Clock
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    • might suggest that a stream of good deeds does spring from what
    • say, of course, but the folk tale does say that the clockmaker
    • good poet does not hurl them at his readers; he should know the
    • his seducer does not need magic; everything he does any
    • one time, and the context in which the man passed it does not
    • objectivity of judgment. Does this mean they are bad, however,
    • work upon us but upon our sympathy and antipathy. What does
    • What does this signify? It means that sympathy and antipathy,
    • another that. On what does it depend that one person has a
    • depends on this or that, does that detract from the fact that I
    • laid down in us which suggest one or another motive, it does
    • does this happen? We shall not progress with our spiritual
    • present does not yet work as necessity, otherwise there
    • the planet did not look like the earth does now but entirely
    • you now put your hand on a solid object, what does that mean?
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    • light does it say 'And he saw that it was good.'“ To this
    • clinging to the past, like Lucifer does, who, on a spiritual
    • in what took place previously. But that does not mean at all
    • and how the two were brought together. Someone else who does
    • letters. He does the same round every day. I expect you will
    • everything the first fellow does must happen, whereas nothing
    • the second fellow does has to be done. He could have stayed at
    • could say that the first man does everything out of
    • morning comes when the second fellow does not want to get up.
    • same because he is now used to doing so. He does with a certain
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture IV: The Roman World and the Teutonic Tribes
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    • necessity, just because he is conscious of what he does, he
    • Consciousness of everything a person does out of
    • something does not work out and we feel uncomfortable later on
    • hunger, and he steals. Stealing is a bad deed, isn't it? Does
    • feeling remorse for his deed? No, it does not! And why not? For
    • stirs.” Why does conscience stir? Because the bad deed
    • does a bad deed, it is always a matter of his consciousness of
    • the other hand, if you have an action that does not fit the
    • spiritual world. However, that does not exclude the utmost
    • backward, so that that does not interfere. It is only with
    • law, yet complying with it does not mean one is not free.
    • physical world through him. Evolution really does proceed in
    • action is going to take. And if it does not work out on the
    • plane, does not come first at all in the consciousness of
    • body does the opposite. Whereas we say we grow older when
    • most enmeshed in necessity in what he does with the physical
    • in necessity, everything a person does on the physical plane is
    • freely comply with a necessity, so to speak, does this give us
    • a degree of unconsciousness? In a certain sense it does. We do
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture V: The "I" is Found on the Physical Plane in Acts of Will
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    • What does the fact that we know something about the I
    • he looks at himself. He does not call himself “I”
    • as he does in ordinary daily life. When we wake up, it is in
    • our physical body. (Our astral body also does so, but for the
    • does not yet exist at all. What is the position of human beings
    • he were to approach nature as spiritual science does, he would
    • wake up. But he does not want to. In this first third of the
    • beings must wake up! Occasionally someone does wake up out of
    • I. It does not want to grasp reality, however, but only
    • if one or another part does not function normally. He dissects
    • unfounded hypothesis. It does not exist.” That is what he
    • the will as such does not exist at all. It is only a
    • This does indeed contradict physiological psychology. For this
    • recapitulate, psychology does not deny absolute laws of
    • we can disregard them here. To recapitulate, psychology does
    • Ziehen continues to express himself cautiously, and does not
    • yet create a world view. For if one does form a view of life
    • Ziehen does, we must somehow get people to accept them in
    • person does not attempt to have a clear view of the will
    • this is a fitting image — like wine does when a person is
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    • however, it will appear that this connection does none the
    • is by means of thoughts that one does communicate with the
    • concretely. To speak of a germ does not generally mean that a
    • clumsy is the completely concrete conception “he does
    • modern speech—everything that does not produce a
    • something which for most people does not clearly indicate
    • be fettered, that is to come to terms with reality. How does
  • Title: Social Question as a Problem: Lecture II: The Inner Experience of Language
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    • same. In regard to something I shall speak of next, it does
    • certainly mean the same, but it does not do so where inner
    • forth. What does this show? Recall the human head and the
    • language does not come into it. At the present time this way
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture I: The Difference Between Man and Animal
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    • does so and so know that; where does he get his knowledge?” —
    • and if they can satisfy themselves that some particular thing does not
    • in feeling and ask yourself: where does it come from historically? If you
    • not only does excellent work with ants but is a well-trained philosopher
    • entities. It may also be admitted that the animal does not possess this
    • kind of abstraction, it does not practise this activity of abstraction.
    • and that the animal does not see things separately as we do. Where we
    • does have, strange as it may seem. It is true every animal has only
    • believes that the dog is seeing the world in the same way as he does
    • same colours as he does. He also thinks — if he can think at all
    • concepts which, however, the dog doesn't have; and so on. Yet it is
    • does the new way at thought underlying Spiritual Science. Today certain
    • events and does not live merely in abstractions like modern science, which
    • does this mean? It means, as I have shown you several times, that we are
    • faculty for being able to form abstract concepts. Where does this take
    • up, as it were, during the Moon evolution. Its organisation does not fit
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture II: St. John of the Cross
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    • spiritual beings and does not speak in the pantheistic general may about
    • for opinion does not meet the case, but average utterance of an official
    • cleric of Rome considers valid. What does ne understand by it?
    • a certain enhancement of the general life of the soul which does not
    • we say: The ordinary mortal thinks something, feels something or does
    • the soul of itself does nothing further. Thereby God becomes the principal
    • brought into a real connection with the divine Being? What does the
    • conceptions. For what does it actually mean to be permeated by a scientific
    • times. Why in this? It is because it does not wish men to be awake to
    • from the spiritual world; this only does him harm. Then when he meets
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture III: Clairvoyant Vision Looks at Mineral, Plant, Animal, Man
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    • to a high degree today, a feeling for this change, even if it does not
    • And the childishness of men does not allow us to confess its presence
    • given practical proof. The question may now be asked: If man does not
    • makes man say (in the subconscious he does say it): Yes, the world looks
    • we develop the will, the object is actually lacking. The object does
    • the right, and actually do it—the real object of the will does
    • object of the will does not enter consciousness. So that man when he
    • in the immortal life after death no will does play in—when there
    • in animals and men you then experience what does not exist down here,
    • does he do? He takes old antiquated knowledge of which, it goes without
    • life in which man's conception is always merely of himself. Man does
    • doing so, but in reality today he does not easily get rid of himself.
    • for it does not help matters when people carry their narrow personal
    • either interesting or tedious, but what the town looks like does not
    • antipathetic because he does not reflect sufficiently and does not assume
    • the man who does not feel himself drawn to Spiritual Science through
    • word comfortable certainly does not describe what it is nowadays days
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 4: Human Qualities Which Oppose Antroposophy
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    • one of tremendous richness. But this life does not cease when we wake
    • but still this does not alter the fact that the other man causes us
    • of another man. When this goes to sleep, however, it does not cease
    • of feelings, that each of us must have if he does not want to investigate
    • sensations and feelings, man is confused with what he does in another
    • direction also. There is carelessness in judging what a man does when
    • rested upon personal experience, as does all the rest of what I impart
    • pleasant since it does not ask so much of one?
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    • they are found. Logic today however does not yet know what it is doing
    • in contrasts. It does not move forward so simply, so easily, in such
    • direction of gravity the latter cannot work; but the pendulum does not
    • innermost fibre of his being. Outwardly he does not acknowledge any
    • is for him an impossibility; to learn outwardly what does not surge
    • The question “Where does Goethe stand” leads us on to say:
    • does not grip the heart. what can modern man do if he wishes to awaking
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    • did not become free in the chaotic condition that it does today in sleep;
    • to Nature, must in honesty gradually come to own that he does not understand
    • century passed into the nineteenth; where does Goetheanism stand with
    • the world will look in a quite different way from how it does today
    • culture, I was permitted to comment upon, whoever does this may say
    • in his Mephistopheles set up a figure that in reality does not exist,
    • further thought. What is most significant in Goetheanism does not remain
    • Goethe's significance does
    • not lie only in that he accomplished; it lies above all In what he does
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    • consciousness, knows which image speaks nobly and which doesn't
    • doesn't consider this extraordinary wise migration
    • doesn't have the feeling: — ‘you must dedicate yourself to what
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    • we see from the Prologue a tendency which doesn't exist at
    • working at length with “Faust,” one doesn't get the
    • and reveals that he doesn't go searching for rain worms and
    • knowledge as he does from the sign of the macrocosm. Goethe
    • charmed, as Faust does after his oath with the Earth Spirit
    • does not originate within us. Closer observation shows that,
    • that which is so emotionally inter-mixed does not come from
    • mere spectacle, a show. This he doesn't want. He wants to dive
    • illusion in world knowledge. What does it come to when one
    • doesn't show himself mature in his knowledge, that which moves
    • all that which doesn't allow one to get along, wherever one is,
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    • describe the question thus: How does the human being, how do
    • example a person is advised to observe what he or she does,
    • question: On what does the human being usually depend? —
    • the human being here also doesn't come far when he or she
    • hereditary line, which does not link directly with the
    • we are un-free due to karma. Karma does not make us un-free.
    • soul and not allow a comfortable reasoning: it doesn't depend
    • be there, but to merely repeat it doesn't help. Your step is
    • whole organism. The finger doesn't create the illusion that it
    • The human being doesn't think that when he lifts himself for a
    • opinion doesn't provide much; I can give descriptions of
  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture I: The Goetheanum
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    • the real nature of man than does modern science, which does not even
    • way of thinking. This does not imply that the form of an organic being
    • found which does not convey its actual purpose.
    • slavishly copied from them, it does resemble the three semi-circular
    • or a horse's hoof he may be so but, that only shows that he does not
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    • you now) are in themselves an evidence that the building does not stand
    • does everything serve that is contained herein? For this is a building
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    • Certainly it does not mean
    • you this, I can understand that it does not penetrate specially deeply
    • a question as: What does this or that mean? The inartistic man will
    • whatever with which to meet the question: What does that mean? —
    • That is to say, Ahriman does not go about without his constant shadow
    • for example, “The Threefold State” does. There have arisen
    • Shall it be quite unfruitful, this Spiritual Science, for life? Does
    • of such immense importance. He who does this will see very very much
    • he does not perhaps carry in himself too much of that attitude which
    • does not attack the failings but rather the good sides of Spiritual
    • truly penetrate right into the heart, into the soul, that it does not
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    • and just what is recorded in books by material means. It does
    • Not only does
    • Testament. And the way in which he does so is a wonderful
    • from reaching the inner meaning of the Gospel. Why does the
    • animal does not attain in to the human Word. Man is capable
    • Does Thought work all, and
    • magic. But the spirit does not yield, does not show himself
    • are no longer used. But for what does the man hope? He hopes
    • accepted in the world as a clever man, whereas this does not
    • — if one does so in the way of ordinary science, by
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture II: The Romantic Walpurgis-Night
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    • rises before him — this thought certainly does not
    • dead, so long does he bear about with him, on going out with
    • does not particularly appeal to him. What has to do with the
    • Mephistopheles. But it does not belong to him (though
    • Not until the final line does Mephistopheles speak
    • stage, and so have thought fit to introduce a line that does
    • in Evil, Mephistopheles has no understanding; he does not
    • with him and this he does not want. He tells the
    • does not wish to go through the experience with a suppressed
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture III: Goethe's Feeling for the Concrete.
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    • a very narrow, egoistic sense. We may ask why he does so?
    • because Goethe does not like these notions that he sometimes
    • Homunculus comes into being. But he does come into being, is
    • instructions. And Homunculus does in fact immediately become
    • Mephistopheles does not understand him, shows him clearly how
    • even tries to prove to him that he does so. For instance,
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture IV: Faust and the "Mothers"
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    • Helen; therefore he does not only have to look into the
    • spiritual world, he does not have to be an initiate only, but
    • Now how does
    • does not want Faust to grow away from him nor does he wish
    • — which however, in certain sense does not change. If
    • question of rejuvenating water does not come into
    • Moon-impulse that has been left behind. It definitely does
    • then does he do? He insinuates. He has the task of
    • Court. In the ay he does this it is a devilish art. Thus, if
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture V: Faust and the Problem of Evil
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    • illusion of the economic life. What does he mean to tell us
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VI: The Helena Saga and the Riddle of Freedom
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    • How does it
    • How does it stand with Paris? Here too we are told; he was
    • easily raise the following question: How does it stand with
    • does not happen down from the Spiritual World. And the second
    • Necessity; and as to that which Paris does, this also happens
    • Ninety and nine do not do the deed; the hundredth does it.
    • part. These things are always confused. Paris does the deed,
    • accomplished the deed. It does not mar his freedom in the
    • Freedom. Needless, to say, this does not exhaust the problem
    • emerge from his words. But to-day one does not say so. One
    • does not take one's stand in such a case and frankly say:
    • does not confess that one stands for it for the simple reason
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    • condition does not exist, On the contrary, a certain
    • currents influencing man. We come to a stream that does not
    • How does one acquire self-knowledge? If we follow his
    • truth as does a little manikin in a glass
    • that element in knowledge which does not correspond to
    • consciousness. Of course the dream-life alone does not enable
    • called Ruach in the old Hebrew language, It does not
    • “Faust”. And why does he do this? It is all a
    • of the world has to be enlarged, And so aptly does Goethe
    • insect-world constitute a race that does not properly belong
    • where mountains stand firm, and everything does not rock up
    • and down. And Goethe does not hesitate to indicate quite
    • that is, an elemental being, who does the arousing, The tree
    • would point to through Spiritual Science. Only, he does so in
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VIII: Spiritual Science Considered with the Classical Walpurgis-Night
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    • short-sighted outlook and is untrue. Knowledge of man does
    • of the whole world of human ideas does a man find that he
    • Spiritual Science, but it does not help me forward. — I
    • does not develop an esoteric life. The thoughts of Spiritual
    • he does about a Homunculus; and about a Homo he knows
    • nothing. And Homunculus, as Goethe pictures him, does not
    • enter the world from which dreams arise. Homunculus does not
    • the consciousness of the senses. Thus, he does not introduce
    • does not summon up sufficient courage, or at least he would
    • sense-world, and he does this very forcibly. As the present
    • sway in the pleasures of the chase; it does so, however, in
    • such as is gratified in hunting. Man does much of this kind
    • mysteries. Out of a profound misunderstanding, does not only
    • does this, be he Freemason or Jesuit, is no friend to
    • does not matter: it is not the external apparatus but the
    • left-man cannot yet appear. Thus accurately does Goethe
    • does not admit of being openly expressed and directly
    • does not permit that. When you consider the deep truth I have
    • Goethe does not wish to lead Faust into merely what the day
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture IX: Goethe's Life of the Soul from the Standpoint of Spiritual Science
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    • What physics does not recognize today, my dear firends, the
    • optics, and accepted it as one does as a matter of course
    • colors does with painting. Naturally this could not be done
    • is nature herself while creating; that is, she does not hold
    • perceptible. This is because it does not sully through
    • does not go far enough to explain him. For that way you only
    • man. The average man lives, does he not, from birth to
    • himself about some matter; what does he do? He ferrets among
    • unprejudcied conception, but this does not go tyond snatching
    • right. Of course it is possible, but it does not get us
    • that points to the spirit, because it does not interest him.
    • does not go so far as to ask: If Christianity has been
    • does not appeal to them. One then comes to astonishing
    • see everything in that light. But life does not take its course
    • about man having in his subsconscious much that does not
    • Spiritual Science one does not make any assertion that does
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    • conception man does not stop short at the simple homunculus
    • For it was clear to him that when a man grows old, he does
    • Imagination. And he does this first in the Romantic
    • Why does
    • all that flows out of elemental forces. Not even in art does
    • leaving the body. And, we ask, does he know at all how
    • noble use of this understanding, but even so does not really
    • What Nereus is able to say does not entirely meet the case.
    • however, he often does not recognise because he is not
    • today, are quite out of the ordinary. What then does the
    • accordance with the same forces as does nature, in her
    • Telchines comes nearer reproducing man's becoming, but does
    • this does not lead to the real mystery of man.
    • Thus does
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    • does Goethe introduce the Kabiri? This is because his
    • does not suffice, the soul-forces do not suffice to give it
    • approach the Homunculus-problem. He does not even want to do
    • Thus nothing is to be gained from Nereus. But he does at
    • Faust No one can enter into this who does not allow
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    • There does not lie here what makes it possible in life's
    • force, a going to meet Him, so that Christ does not do for a
    • man what the man does not want to do, but gives him power
    • man does what he pleases on the physical plane, making God
    • evolution does not go in a straight line but, rather, in
    • understand life who does not picture it in rhythm, as a
    • straight line does not help us to a true understanding of
    • and fall, and no one finds what is hidden in nature who does
    • does not reach man. We do not then succeed for we do not thus
    • equilibrium does he succeed in becoming complete man.
    • does not hold to this abstract repose; he is tossed from
    • does not suffice to think we understand the evolution of
    • learn how, in the inner being of man, the way does not go
    • language of this sphere of consciousness, coming as it does
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    • exploration of every aspect of the sense world and does not in
    • does not yet come to the consciousness of many people, but
    • Whereby does man feel himself to be part of the natural world
    • content of our moral-spiritual forces, does not flow out of
    • the moral world order. One does not have the courage to bring
    • that which does not come from his physical nature, the moral
    • hunger and thirst. One doesn't long for food and drink when one
    • supersensible because it doesn't have it. While on the one hand
    • when something organic is not in order, but one does not look
    • them, when we have the second kind of dream, for nature does
    • our body, but that does not assert itself. We are initially not
    • it. Because it doesn't show us anything except what we have
    • former psychologists realised that the dream ultimately doesn't
    • with the human being when he does such exercises, because one
    • does not love the inner activity of thinking, because one
    • one truly doesn't imagine anything and is yet as active as one
    • with the outer world, if in the afternoon one doesn't even know
    • there in the real world. Truly, the investigator of spirit does
    • doesn't know in the afternoon what dress the lady was wearing
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    • does not create the soul, exactly the opposite. So we see that
    • sometimes it doesn't at all come down to stating a precise
    • Accordingly one doesn't always have the correct proof that you
    • the “I” does, the archetypal-”I” must
    • an untruth about the “I” of another, does not
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    • plant, that it doesn't hurt but that the opposite is the case.
    • milk from its mother it does not mean there is pain, but a
    • — Certainly, but this doesn't change the facts that
    • need to be clear that this sun does not only have a physical
    • hardening. What does man and animal owe to the earth's
    • where does this actual material world which surrounds us,
    • — we find that our earth didn't appear as it does today,
    • whoever says this doesn't realise how childishly the argument
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    • does not explain to us how the complex human
    • evidences of his senses. What does not come within the scope of
    • does know is at once able to recognise by the objections
    • to the soul and the spirit. Now, the latter method does not
    • “Why, then, does not the soul at the present day work at
    • materialistic suggestions, does not even know what
    • Thus does the materialist mark the whirling atoms in stone, in
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    • (while he accepts Revelation as Revelation and does not seek to
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    • — although that must never be belittled. Such a feeling does in
    • Western spirituality can shine over to Asia and if it does,
    • fast to the teaching that death does not bring annihilation. And so,
    • influence man in the direction of inwardness — for the Ram does
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    • even to superficial study, that feeling does not indicate a state of
    • clearer does our consciousness become.
    • language and race which does not in any way run counter to
    • life. If this spiritual life does not stand upon its own foundations,
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    • from the Spiritual. Modern man does not really know the world.
    • He talks a great deal about the world but he does not know it,
    • of their effects; he does not realise what deeper forces have been and
    • people, for the human being does not grow out of the Earth but is born
    • physical life before him, does not trouble about the life before
    • to light. Norwegians have a definite gift — nor does this gift
    • will go to its decline if it does not allow itself to be influenced by
    • he does not allow himself to be influenced by the Spirit.
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    • exist. Even so the materialist denies, because he does not possess
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    • such as ours, we may well ask: Does all of this correspond rightly to
    • traffic rushing through the midst of it all. And if modern man does
    • To Bethlehem our journey does lead.
    • vision of the child that is to be born in a few days. But it does
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    • does not understand this world until Krishna makes it comprehensible
    • for him. But first let us ask, to what extent does Western mankind
    • hour of his own death — which does not meet him unexpectedly
    • themselves as having an individual “I” as man does
    • What does the
    • nation-soul does not really count. This may be a hard saying but it
    • evolution. Of what does Krishna speak? Of I, and I,
    • that speaks in Krishna. It does indeed seem to us as though through
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    • Arjuna's experience, only he does not go through an occult training
    • such word as “fish,” because their thought does not
    • understand that there is really no one among you who does not have
    • the roadway and a chicken finds it, the chicken does not value the
    • every form of dogmatism, and he does so radically. Here we come up
    • Krishna means by this exhortation. He does not mean that the contents
    • of the Vedas are untrue. He does not want Arjuna to accept what is
    • consciousness as it does when he goes to sleep, and then to live in
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    • following out all the hidden connections. If he does so, he will
    • little. I must say this does not happen very often. When it does
    • But the deeper consciousness of which we know nothing does not do
    • reluctance he lessens it. The idea that he does not want to enter
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    • clairvoyance. This is also a faculty man does not really need for his
    • their time speculating on the meaning and purpose of life? How does
    • longing for something he does not have, but the lack of sense for
    • what it is that comes into the soul that does not belong to this
    • something he does not have, but of something he has.
    • times the comparison held good, but today it does not. Today we might
    • does not belong to the physical world but keeps on putting forth
    • experience to the higher realm we have spoken of, man really does
    • does not enter this world with his physical body. He has no need to
    • various human beings. But it is not so. He does not see them
    • and earthly love of power! If one does this, one will never be able
    • life that it does yield. The good must have something to oppose it.
    • be conscious when he falls to sleep, and he does not regain
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    • sounds rather like a silly epigram it does represent the nature of
    • sleeping. What does it really signify? We can only understand the
    • skull today does not have the same appearance as it had then, for a
    • does it in such a way that, after all he has said about Newtonism, he
    • the core and does not stop halfway. This is just the virtue of the
    • does he make, this master-builder of the human ego-nature? He has to
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    • the sounds of the physical world. He does not realize that by
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    • What does ordinary
    • nothing else, we are doing what natural science does, making no
    • organism again in sleep, then it will treat these forces as does a
    • does experience the difference between these forces and those active
    • nature, which man as he is now does not yet know — the creative
    • it does to a certain understanding of that great moment pictorially
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    • Western civilization a way of thought that does not reach to the
    • person, who does not know what European spiritual evolution really
    • Fichte. What would they have said? We are supposing it does not
    • does also, but it is true.
    • their normal picture-consciousness much as dream-consciousness does
    • right at his hand. It really does, even if only for a Solovieff, a
    • derive comfort because the European does not value what we can find
    • process. This is idle fantasy. In his pursuit of knowledge man does
    • not penetrate the plant kingdom as far as he does the mineral. All he
    • does the life of a plant. We do not perceive what the animal actually
    • Nor is it correct to say that “light” does not convey the
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    • that is ugly, developing himself rightly. He who does all this in the
    • penetrating what lies around him, so that he does not give himself up
    • stars, everything he can see. He does not think about it however. He
    • does not build up concepts and ideas about the world but just lives
    • said, “So long as one does not
    • are the tamas men. The spiritualist does not ask for spiritual beings
    • he does not want to lift himself up to them. He wants them to come
    • soul, which does indeed penetrate to the door of the spiritual but
    • he who would truly become free in his soul, who does not wish to be
    • Devotion, giving ourselves up to things, does not help us to
    • yourselves as men, as self-conscious human beings.” Thus does
    • true anthroposophy; the force that does not merely strive for the
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    • which is being sought. The colour does not cease to produce its own
    • esteems his own views as little as he does those of others, and is
    • would probably cause him anxiety and fear. But his knowledge does not
    • world with his own being, the more does it appear always different. He
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    • he gradually learns to understand their hard fate, and he does so in
    • happenings amid the affairs and events of ordinary life. He does
    • opinion that it certainly does not depend on the full Moon or the new
    • is removed from its sight for a while, so does the seer feel sympathy
    • etheric bodies: “They belong to me as the plant does to the Sun;
    • physical and etheric body — so does a man learn of necessity to
    • the plant, so does he learn to speak of his astral body as the Moon,
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    • Now at this point something can happen — and usually does happen
    • spiritual world. The aspirant knows this. Thus he does not say: Now a
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    • If it were true, as the materialists maintain, that the brain does the
    • searches with the means normally available to-day, the more does he
    • feel himself torn into pieces, the more does he feel drawn into doubt.
    • In truth there can be no one with any depth of soul to-day who does
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    • It does not require any very profound knowledge to realise the
    • That does not imply the cessation of natural links. Love extends
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    • The grandeur of Darwinian thought is not disputed, but it does not
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    • their turn, are nourished. What does the plant do with the carbonic
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    • and will blossom again in her. Thus does Involution become Evolution.
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    • flowers to distil and make it into honey, so does the soul come forth
    • Occultism does not disdain reality but seeks rather to understand and
    • (2) The etheric body. How does it become perceptible?
    • an awakener. He does not try to dominate or convert; he simply
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    • does not consist, as is often supposed, in a series of external
    • shot of a gun does not disturb. This is the prelude to meditation.
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    • To identify oneself with all beings does not mean that the body is to
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    • Thus does the astral world open up to clairvoyant sight. It is another
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    • has been revealed to him by trustworthy and reliable teachers. He does
    • thirty-five. Why is this so? Why does Dante begin his journey at the
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    • it envelops us as does the astral world, only it is invisible. By dint
    • Devachan does not separate us from the Earth, but reveals it to us
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    • In what does human and planetary life differ from the life of the
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    • Why does man, who is conscious in the physical world, feel himself
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    • Truth to tell, man only knows what is mineral in the universe. He does
    • light, fire, air. Only in the fourth condition does consciousness
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    • But this does not exhaust the relationships of the earth and the
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    • does away with the logical concatenations of karma and substitutes for
    • who will not venture to embark upon a new transaction because he does
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    • all the rest is separated. As long as one does not do
    • world, but one does not see this world or become aware of it
    • be formed. If a person does not practice exercises he remains
    • unconscious in higher worlds. But if he does practice then he
    • one's inner life. One does not achieve this at once, but
    • higher knowledge. Where does this light shine? In the
    • but man does not normally see it, he must first learn to
    • does it mean to say: something becomes conscious. Can we
    • from the John Gospel, and he who does not merely want to
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    • What does it do? It makes good the damage suffered by the
    • know this does not have any influence. When however, a person
    • one does not only bear pain but also contempt from one's
    • He who takes it as an account of an external happening does
    • that external criticism does not apply. All criticism
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    • sayings. This does not mean that the ordinary person cannot
    • “Grecian”, if it had been the custom. What does
    • cannot enter into the Kingdom of God.” What does it
    • eternal core of one's being is awakened. What does it mean to
    • world with the senses. If one does not pass through an
    • it. But how does he come to obtain these holy wheels? Through
    • the children unto so and so many generations does not hold
    • and Jesus himself with them. What does this mean? In occult
    • does not appear, only the death on the Mount of Golgotha.
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    • to the public. Whence does man originate? What is his goal? What lies
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    • the two higher worlds — just as a blind man does not see the physical
    • does no harm.” No proverb is more untrue than the one which says:
    • of the Sun, which really does sound forth to us in music if we are in
    • from history as a starting-point on which to concentrate. This he does
    • remarkable way: the seer does not see an abstract script; everything
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    • How does man spend the
    • What does the loosened
    • specific task. It does not, as some Theosophists will tell you, merely
    • does a dead man feel? To take a simple example, suppose a man eats avidly
    • How does the soul experience
    • Why does the soul have to
    • How does the soul pass
    • meaning in Kamaloka. During his life a man does not merely do things
    • How long does a man remain
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    • between two incarnations and on what does it depend? The following
    • And indeed the period of 2,160 years does signify a complete change
    • concerned only with himself. Everything he does is done in full
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    • of his new body. He does this free of all hindrance, and in so doing
    • them as one does with other people on the physical plane. On the physical
    • drawn to him and slips into his new astral body. He does indeed create
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VI: The Upbringing of Children. Karma.
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    • Does this seem too much to ask? Surely we cannot fail to get such
    • find an answer. How then does the law of karma answer these riddles?
    • How does the law work
    • the scale of nature towards man, the more individual does destiny become.
    • Ego undergoes its destiny just as the group-soul of animals does. A
    • does not say that since every new transaction upsets his balance, he
    • needs to see clearly that because he believes in karma he does not depend
    • improved. Does this exclude the law? On the contrary, it confirms it.
    • But that does not make the law of karma ineffective; on the contrary,
    • reincarnation. This does not mean that each one must bear the consequence
    • mankind, this means that he does not understand karma. The same is true
    • The world does not consist
    • does this hold good in a much deeper sense in the spiritual world.
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    • the fact that for most people the really burning question is: How does
    • himself. He does a lot of thinking, particularly about the way in which
    • of this type does not like to display his toys; he is afraid something
    • other hand, gets easily interested in anything but he does not stick to
    • basic colour to the astral body. This does not depend on the astral
    • the children, even to the third and fourth generations. This does not
    • might ask: Does not this devalue a mother's love? Not at all. Just
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    • does occult science have to say about the origin of conscience?
    • civilisation which was at one time universal. But how does a man like
    • down grade, but if it does not itself commit evil, it need not incarnate
    • so the child is born dead. But why does the astral body withdraw? The
    • persons concerned must be born again as contemporaries. How does this
    • does not then cause him pain, but in Kamaloka, as he relives his life
    • for a karmic adjustment. This does not produce a never-ending karmic
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    • woman, old man or woman, so so does a planet. Before Saturn manifested
    • from out of himself as the snail does its shell. He could separate
    • did not breathe as man does today; they breathed fire, not air. Through
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    • the truth spoken in another and a higher form. Truth evolves, as does
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    • higher worlds, so that you experience something which does not exist
    • always does stand for one thing, just as in the ordinary world one object
    • does not want to injure himself, morally as well as physically, he must
    • is because there is something about thinking which does not apply to
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    • that he does not steal. But the Eastern Yogi does not look at it so
    • meet the needs of my spirit, as everyone else does. I do not desire it,
    • observances, the more exalted does he imagine himself to be. The Hindu
    • of public opinion, of the newspapers! The Eastern teacher of Yoga does
    • What does breathing signify
    • surroundings.” What does this mean? We breathe the air in, use it
    • to furnish our blood with oxygen and then breathe it out again. What does
    • this does not happen, for in plants the breathing process is the reverse
    • How does he do it? The secret has always been known to the European
    • so that he may become a being who does not kill.
    • not despise it, any more than he does any other tool. The outer sign
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    • pupil should find no book too difficult; if he does, it means only that
    • but have to study sentence by sentence. It does not matter so much what
    • than it does in Eastern training, but it belongs to the Rosicrucian
    • by an earthquake or a volcano. Does the human will have any influence
    • earthquake? What does the occultist say about the interior of the
    • the more does he manifest the true spirit of Theosophy.
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    • work of the other side. It certainly does not mean that the
    • theological faculties, but it does have a role in Catholic
    • in human life? How does a person take hold of his or her own life? We
    • characteristic of a therapeutic measure that it does enter into what
    • place except what does take place in that way. Otherwise it would not
    • can it mean that they work together? Surely not that the priest does
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    • permanently — does not entirely penetrate it, so that now the
    • of sin; naturally a physician does not want to take any notice of
    • a certain consistency of the person's ego so that it does not
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    • experiences in this second stage. Memory does not clearly connect the
    • one's own body. One does not differentiate in the latter experience.
    • One does not feel one's body as something outside: one feels it as
    • and the choroid and retina. What the etheric body does in the choroid
    • body, and does not push out to the senses, but pushes from within to
    • their task — a task that doesn't pile things together as they
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    • week. But if one does not perceive that they are four-membered
    • development, for one does not see what part each member is playing in
    • replacement of by far the greatest part of the substance does indeed
    • answers the question: What does a child really perceive? The answer
    • What does that mean?
    • How does this relate
    • impressing themselves into the soul-life. So what a young person does
    • streamed back to us, so we can designate what the child does in the
    • twenty-eight years? Well, the surrounding world does in fact let us
    • year!” Only when one realizes this does one finally begin to
    • zero from right to left, from left to right, and that point does not
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    • much more interesting; above all, they speak of things one does not
    • association of ideas such as the ordinary person does not have.
    • entering the physical body. An etheric body was formed that does not
    • want to penetrate the physical body completely, does not want to
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    • a spiritual offense. Basically this was the belief that one does not
    • perfect physical organism doesn't sin. A person sins if there is some
    • He does what other men wouldn't do. One can understand that. One can
    • — which he doesn't really want to accept because he is still a
    • consequences in the karma because of suicide. The karma does not
    • This does not mean one becomes sentimental and goes calling on a
    • disarray in their karma can be put in order again. If one does not
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    • of combustion always relates to this external condition. This does
    • does not reach as far as the human being. Human beings have a soul
    • it from the macrocosm. Only after that does one come to the breathing
    • ground up and reject it. It does not have to be rejected. Every piece
    • opposite. Exhalation leaves forces behind for metabolism. It does not
    • inhalation with what the physical body does is the actual metabolic
    • breathing and gives chemism and life to it. But it does not give
    • streams in. On the other hand, in the lymph formation one does not
    • What the lymph does
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    • plant as streaming to reach it. But the plant does more than just
    • manifold variety that one does have in one's immediate environment
    • in the ego and astral body during sleep, one does not reach the sun
    • bodies, one would not come to the sun. How, then, does this
    • Humankind simply does
    • We would miss this emanation if we were not alert. But it does not
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    • what is spiritual in the minerals. And what does the person dream
    • of all zeroes: one. Then you have something. It doesn't have to be a
    • doesn't even have to be a human being. It can be real, living
    • another, none of it matters. What does matter, what should be clearly
    • realized, is that one does not ever becomes a materialist if one is
    • spiritualism does not by any means offer a remedy for materialism,
    • the world, that all the disease in the present world outlook does
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    • hikes. Only they don't know the real reason — but that doesn't
    • simply “doesn't come out right” when numbers are applied
    • And one does not know where they come from.
    • Only when we push through all the way to intuition does the being
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    • universal recognition that a person does not in the first place unite
    • all. What was described as an element in olden times does not exist
    • “upper and lower gods.” What does that mean? We have
    • life in nature. That is in reality what the physician does. It is the
    • question arises: what faculty does this healing event create in human
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    • work of the other side. It certainly does not mean that the
    • theological faculties, but it does have a role in Catholic
    • in human life? How does a person take hold of his or her own life? We
    • characteristic of a therapeutic measure that it does enter into what
    • place except what does take place in that way. Otherwise it would not
    • can it mean that they work together? Surely not that the priest does
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    • permanently — does not entirely penetrate it, so that now the
    • of sin; naturally a physician does not want to take any notice of
    • a certain consistency of the person's ego so that it does not
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    • experiences in this second stage. Memory does not clearly connect the
    • one's own body. One does not differentiate in the latter experience.
    • One does not feel one's body as something outside: one feels it as
    • and the choroid and retina. What the etheric body does in the choroid
    • body, and does not push out to the senses, but pushes from within to
    • their task — a task that doesn't pile things together as they
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    • week. But if one does not perceive that they are four-membered
    • development, for one does not see what part each member is playing in
    • replacement of by far the greatest part of the substance does indeed
    • answers the question: What does a child really perceive? The answer
    • What does that mean?
    • How does this relate
    • impressing themselves into the soul-life. So what a young person does
    • streamed back to us, so we can designate what the child does in the
    • twenty-eight years? Well, the surrounding world does in fact let us
    • year!” Only when one realizes this does one finally begin to
    • zero from right to left, from left to right, and that point does not
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    • much more interesting; above all, they speak of things one does not
    • association of ideas such as the ordinary person does not have.
    • entering the physical body. An etheric body was formed that does not
    • want to penetrate the physical body completely, does not want to
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    • a spiritual offense. Basically this was the belief that one does not
    • perfect physical organism doesn't sin. A person sins if there is some
    • He does what other men wouldn't do. One can understand that. One can
    • — which he doesn't really want to accept because he is still a
    • consequences in the karma because of suicide. The karma does not
    • This does not mean one becomes sentimental and goes calling on a
    • disarray in their karma can be put in order again. If one does not
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    • of combustion always relates to this external condition. This does
    • does not reach as far as the human being. Human beings have a soul
    • it from the macrocosm. Only after that does one come to the breathing
    • ground up and reject it. It does not have to be rejected. Every piece
    • opposite. Exhalation leaves forces behind for metabolism. It does not
    • inhalation with what the physical body does is the actual metabolic
    • breathing and gives chemism and life to it. But it does not give
    • streams in. On the other hand, in the lymph formation one does not
    • What the lymph does
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    • plant as streaming to reach it. But the plant does more than just
    • manifold variety that one does have in one's immediate environment
    • in the ego and astral body during sleep, one does not reach the sun
    • bodies, one would not come to the sun. How, then, does this
    • Humankind simply does
    • We would miss this emanation if we were not alert. But it does not
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    • what is spiritual in the minerals. And what does the person dream
    • of all zeroes: one. Then you have something. It doesn't have to be a
    • doesn't even have to be a human being. It can be real, living
    • another, none of it matters. What does matter, what should be clearly
    • realized, is that one does not ever becomes a materialist if one is
    • spiritualism does not by any means offer a remedy for materialism,
    • the world, that all the disease in the present world outlook does
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    • hikes. Only they don't know the real reason — but that doesn't
    • simply “doesn't come out right” when numbers are applied
    • And one does not know where they come from.
    • Only when we push through all the way to intuition does the being
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    • universal recognition that a person does not in the first place unite
    • all. What was described as an element in olden times does not exist
    • “upper and lower gods.” What does that mean? We have
    • life in nature. That is in reality what the physician does. It is the
    • question arises: what faculty does this healing event create in human
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    • which does indeed underlie and maintain the ordinary sense-world of
    • supersensibly. What we call Genesis does not begin with the
    • souls in the mighty word B'reschit? Where does it belong?
    • activity, or of some external thing or of some being; it does not
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    • of sounds tohu wabohu. What then does tohu wabohu
    • outwards, to separate. What then does the second part of the phrase
    • the eggs beneath her. (I know it is a crude illustration, but it does
    • the meaning of the verb used here to convey what the spirit does in
    • summed up by saying simply that in it the earth element does not
    • Word-element, streams back again, how does it act? It works from the
    • him? What is it which weaves throughout this human form? If one does
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    • [So does the English Authorised Version, which reads
    • Does not this document, bequeathed to us by those ancient seers, bear
    • That sounds as if the Seven were taking counsel together, as one does
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    • something which alternates between light and darkness, as does our
    • “Aeon” expresses “living entity,” so too does
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    • explained. What we have so far learnt does, however, make clear that
    • yesterday that the word yom does not indicate the abstract period of
    • the darkness there of itself; or does spiritual Being lie behind this
    • earlier stage does not just go on for a time and then disappear.
    • does it really mean to be awake? All the activity of our souls, all
    • And lay'lah does not mean our abstract night, but lay'lah are the Saturn
    • Does Genesis say nothing of these? Let us look more closely to find
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    • does not find the fantastic apparition of physical matter, for that
    • This crude simile really does give a fair idea of the sort of
    • understand things. What does the biblical criticism of the nineteenth
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    • does not extend to external Beings. This is a source of countless
    • deception. He does not know whether what the pictures show is an
    • external spiritual reality or not; that is, he does not know whether
    • real in the play, only Johannes Thomasius does not know it.
    • stages of clairvoyance. To begin with, the clairvoyant does not see
    • embellishment to enhance the beauty of the creation of light; he does
    • Moreover it does not
    • externally sense-perceptible. When does a marble sculpture become a
    • seems to press inwards from without. But this description does not
    • “What does it matter if the second time the words are omitted?
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    • In the English Authorised Version the word “Adam” does not
    • does correspond more or less to our word “man.” But we must
    • further densification does take place within the etheric. Man still
    • does not make contact with the earth, he still belongs to the more
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    • The Bible does in
    • of man have we to look for it today? Of course it does not exist
    • how does it run? “They that beget the holy awe we feel”
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    • physically the beings of the air and of the water. How does Genesis
    • on this seventh “day” the Elohim rested. What does that
    • has become Jahve-Elohim continues to work on man. The other part does
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    • childlike in man, to that in man which does not need to be
    • human pride, manifesting in a strange way! Man does not want to be a
    • men come to see how the present way of knowledge, clinging as it does
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    • human. This was less and less possible, for if the blood does not
    • Does the formula “In the Name of His Majesty the
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    • From what does spiritual science take its start? From the fact that
    • does not possess the qualities to be expected of a Founder of
    • How does this poet, writing in the year 1835, describe this symbol
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    • does not express what he feels to be the essence of Christianity,
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    • if it be in dead letters, — but this does not happen. Now that
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    • document should lie where it does, a strange occurrence played a part
    • present point of time is itself not unsuitable, lying as it does just
    • consciousness, in which he does not believe, and so ... he dies! That
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    • approached. We may ask: Why does not Kashiapa, like the Redeemer in
    • three days? Why does the incorruptible body of the Eastern Initiate
    • thought does not originate only in the nerves. It is in the living
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    • augured suffering for man, how does the great truth that life is
    • How does it present itself to men who look with understanding at the
    • What, in essence, does the Event of Golgotha signify? It signifies
    • of Thüringen if he does not know that a replica of the astral
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    • says does not arise out of thought, but the other way round. It learns
    • during the next 3,000 years does not entail Christ being restricted to
    • merely believe.” Now that may sound all very well, but it does
    • other questions must be put: Does faith, as such, mean anything for
    • What then does Spiritual Science give us? By revealing the
    • which permeates us with spiritual hope, just as does our awareness on
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    • obvious, but it doesn't go very deep. I have expressly mentioned that
    • a thing, however, does not justify denying its existence; that would
    • does not then vanish in a moment. What a man loves, he continues to
    • Thus we see that the ego-consciousness men have to-day does not go
    • this feeling for his ego during early childhood, a man does not even
    • does not mean neglecting — let us say — mere theories; it is
    • the earth, and what good does it do us? The most trivial, unproductive
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    • from material life. In how many ways does the voice of the spiritual
    • how manifold a way does the spiritual world knock at these windows in
    • nothing of it by human means, goes somewhat further. If one does not
    • Natural Science does not now admit these prejudices. And if one only
    • Man does not only consist of physical body, of a combination of
    • away from the connection with his Ego. He does not remember his
    • At the intervening stations he does everything necessary, in quite a
    • reasonable way. But he does not remember anything that previously took
    • the day-aspect. How long does that last approximately? Now remember
    • does not accomplish the long work of destruction, which he might have
    • been able to do. He does not fulfil everything he might have done.
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    • to the beings of the spiritual world. For who does not see at each
    • greater part of the civilised world — who does not see at almost
    • every stage the great riddle of Life confronting him? And who does not
    • had asserted: ‘How does that affect things? It is merely a
    • man does in the external world when he contacts things with his eyes:
    • will, even if he does not himself see into the spiritual world, feel
    • that this distinction between us and the world does not exist. For we
    • perceive souls. The other manner is this: that one does not oneself
    • it does not contradict freedom.
    • man does not die without cause before his thirty-fifth year; he will
    • in his next life he does not receive such strong impressions from the
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    • only then does it become fruitful for us, for it can then give many
    • view. By what means does it come about in the general cosmic relations
    • physical body, but he does not experience so much his own inner being
    • etheric body than he does now, and that knowledge is not utterly lost.
    • etheric body, he could know infinitely more than he does now. For this
    • does not lie in man having little wisdom within him, but in his
    • Indeed, our astral body knows, though our consciousness does not, the
    • unconsciously it does already use its knowledge), but it is a
    • for according to our present consciousness, man does not seek an
    • the inner part of his soul. It does not cease to exist, and it may be
    • does it mean for his epoch when a man, as in the case quoted, really
    • spiritual world. What does this signify for the spiritual world? This
    • existing. When anyone comes who does not speak of something palpable,
    • ‘non-awakened being,’ to which man does nothing, which
    • And if here someone is a practical materialist and does not believe in
    • of them in a few words. But just that which in the material sense does
    • be spurred forward, not by that which does not exist, but by that
    • does not exist but that ought to exist, that alone makes life
    • ‘Down there is something which does not merely exist.’
    • actually, unless one does something oneself, everything is dark and
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    • not only does the longing of souls incarnated here ascend to the
    • will not appear of itself, as it does here, in the physical world. In
    • necessity. He does not merely feel the need of seeing a certain
    • Spiritual Science does not lead us to despise the earth, with all that
    • then bears the same relation to us as does the outer world now, is
    • we have undergone between birth and death — something which does
    • not live in this, does not belong to this life of ours, but lives in
    • of answering the question. Speculation as a rule does not help at all,
    • intimate and delicate nature. How often does it happen that we plan
    • real affinity exists between these two, yet he does all he can to
    • does not live in accordance with a certain primitive instinct, but, as
    • How often does the demand arise, again and again: ‘Why are the
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    • memory. That does not mean that we necessarily lose our memory on
    • acquiring spiritual sight, but it does mean as already characterised
    • one does this or that and from whom one suffers this or that. We spend
    • realistically does he write. And we see in such a novel that Berger
    • him. He does not now see the connection which was subconsciously
    • one's mind, and interlacing them, one does certainly arrive at a
    • behind the secret of the rose may not reflect, for if he does, nothing
    • which speaks to us through his words, everything he does as physical
    • these present events. More than ever before does the subconscious play
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    • does man himself, who is a microcosmic copy of the great macrocosm.
    • no, its pride does not lead to that. But it results in this, that
    • he does not behold the “Thing in Itself,” the man, but
    • when we thus discover the image nature of our perception? Whence does
    • standpoint, consider it a significant work, as does even the press for
    • world one does not experience what words signify. Man so lives himself
    • what he does by receiving pictures through the eyes. Then much would
    • Another philosophy! What does it want to do? It says: The world is
    • Now we can ask ourselves: ‘How does it come about that such a
    • within it, as one does on reading Mauthner's Criticism of
    • How is this? One does not learn how this comes about by following the
    • he truly does not look back to the cleverness which he had when he
    • wisdom. But what does it imply? What is at the bottom of it all? This:
    • that humanity does not in the least see the point of importance!
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    • the world, so does this common Earth-Soul create the invertebrate
    • abstract way as one does nowadays; one learned to comprehend the world
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    • Why does man work upon it? He works upon his astral body because, in
    • What man physically is and does is brought about from outside by
    • intermediate happenings does the counterstroke return. The effect
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    • pictures. Only those people whose physical brain does not operate have
    • Organ-consciousness by itself can recognise the objective, but does
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    • schooling. It does not start by cramming into the pupils a great deal
    • ‘plough of his spirit’. Everything that man does today, the entire
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    • the Nirvana plane if he does not actually practise breathing
    • outside, as the ear does sound. Thereby it perceives world warmth. The
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    • that he does not produce his own being, but incorporates something
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    • life there is less danger of this, for western science does not yet
    • above. The name Jehovah does not designate a single being, but a rank
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    • consciously and out of his own will does not act in accordance with
    • does live, swinging pendulum-wise between truth and error. He must
    • was desire, craving: in no other way does one descend to a lower plane
    • the whole night only he does not remember it. During sleep the mental
    • planes does he no longer dream and no longer sleep, but he then
    • descends. What he does not yet know, what he has not yet recognised,
    • calls forth reaction. Everything that man does in the physical world
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    • to be found in the camera, does one discover what is the specific
    • physical body everything that is not purely physical: only then does
    • to have and which serves the same purpose as does the protective
    • purpose does man have an astral body? It is to give him the
    • physical environment. The word ‘verwesen’ (decay) does not mean only a
    • body. The Dutch word ‘Lichaam’ does not mean ‘Leichnam’ (corpse) but
    • does not dissolve. It is this which later, at the time of
    • person dies his craving for outer objects does not immediately cease,
    • does not actually belong to normal development; it is only a stage
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    • Chronicle does however teach that Dionysius actually lived in Athens,
    • house in which they later reside. Now let us ask: When does man work
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    • is unprepared; for just as colour escapes a blind man, so does soul
    • does not lead us to underrate the world on the physical plane, but to
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    • light and shade; he does not paint what is actually there. He does not
    • When he then does something one says in occultism: He acts out of
    • How does the human being ascend to Nirvana? We must look back into
    • new planet. What a man does for himself personally has significance
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    • occult pupil does this in full consciousness, nevertheless in a way
    • the more does he gain the power of consciously incarnating in the
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    • If a person drowsy with sleep meditates and in so doing does not rise
    • you direct his feeling to something that does not exist, and you
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    • sheath. Such a person wanders about in astral space. As a rule he does
    • nature of this process. The higher self of man does not live within
    • Akasha-Chronicle does not consist of printed letters, but one reads
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    • expression on the physical plane. A feeling does not show itself
    • first place we bring about phenomena, but every action does in fact
    • surveys things from those heights. It does not contradict materialism,
    • it has become completely imbued with feeling, only then does the
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    • The question: Why does man die? continually claims the attention of
    • Not through laborious research does man progress further on the earth,
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    • too does not grow out of nothing. A seed must be planted into the
    • round the Sun, but not as our Earth does today. The Moon rotated
    • it. A Moon-day therefore lasted as long as a half year does today.
    • this, his power does not suffice. Quite alone, it would be impossible
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    • easily go through such a being even though one does not see it, but
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    • gold and silver formed drops just as water does now. The fact that
    • only present as incipient plan. This is why esotericism does not
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    • What does this signify for man? For man it signifies that in the first
    • work that man does here. Thus we have a range of beings on the
    • does something which has purpose; one burns a particular substance and
    • Naturally man continually does all this in ordinary life, but he does
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    • Now in the Fifth Sub-Race man does not perceive the changing stages of
    • race evolution does not run parallel with soul evolution. But the race
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    • Moon breathing did not exist as it does now in human beings and
    • process that does not go from within outwards, but is inwardly
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    • mineral substance. When one bakes the plant one does the same as when
    • into the finer substance. But this will not happen if man himself does
    • from his own wisdom, from the God within him, so far does he also
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    • consciousness developed that one does not master nature only by means
    • Stranger’, someone who does not really belong; ‘Galilee’ means a small
    • Bodhism and the Wotanism can flow together, but he does not know that
    • seedling does the new, future plant grow.
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    • does not mean that the human riddle can be solved by means of natural
    • that a plant cannot develop according to the same laws as does the
    • not only does one being proceed from another, but each young animal
    • In human beings not only does the species evolve, but so does the
    • does the spiritual-psychic stream, of which man forms a part through
    • eternal and the ephemeral. And it does so in such a way that the
    • behind whether someone is a choleric or a sanguine; one does not need
    • qualities, as one does with the sanguine child, one should see to it
    • does one reckon with what one has, and not with what one does not
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    • some faculty does not begin to function until a particular time is no
    • does not belong to heredity, in faculties that remain capable of
    • them; only he does not inherit as much skill, as much spirit, as does
    • Hence it is something that does not relegate him to the past that is
    • who compares things in the world, and does not confine his
    • his ego. That which he does not inherit, which can sustain its
    • because it does not spend itself and does not come from the past but
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    • does, in what it produces, in what it creates, we have exactly the
    • products he makes. It might really be said: Into what the animal does
    • it were directly. In man it does not work directly; an intermediate
    • environment. Naturally Spiritual Science does not adopt the view that
    • character of sound, or the soul in language. Language does not only
    • through a sense of sound that does not enter consciousness but lives
    • afterwards; he does not accomplish this with his understanding, nor
    • since the self-conscious ego as it confronts us in life does so in
    • wishing to defend the assertion: “Man does not weep because he
    • we shall be able to admit that in man what belongs to the soul does
    • because the animal does not open itself directly to the influence of
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    • speaks of the spirit he does so in a vague, pantheistic sense, with no
    • Such a man looks, maybe, at a beautiful flower. He does not, however,
    • perception. He does not render up all the questions of his heart to
    • religion that is founded on faith alone, that does not spring from the
    • them. We shall recognise also that the moon does not shed its gently
    • The moonlight does not cast its spell on lovers only — it has an
    • does not differ whether we are dealing with the smallest particle of
    • nature. But I ask you: — What does the average man of today know
    • the human soul. The study of mathematics does not, as a rule, give
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    • middle, acting as a kind of dividing-wall which simply does not allow
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    • should cease to see the stars; but he does not cease to know about
    • knowledge and experience, just as he does here on the earth. On the
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    • earth does not radiate from radium only. Thus on the one side we have
    • world-conception does not arise from the fact matter is too well
    • What does the modern student of natural science say? He says: There
    • nitrogen, which does not enter into chemical combination with oxygen,
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    • evolution, the more does man appear to be directly connected with the
    • and who does it all in such a manner that it is not only in keeping
    • My dear friends, anthroposophy does not consist merely in theories and
    • in value is what the individual does, what the individual creates and
    • representatives does not come to naught.” What is it that gives
    • Calling others intolerant does not constitute tolerance; to relate
    • something of someone that is not what he represents does not
    • tolerant” does not constitute tolerance. But if one is truthful
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    • history, human evolution, is running its course; it does not see the
    • initiation, he may ask, “How does Buddha now appear to me, and
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    • hate” he does not mean a burning like the burning of a fire in
    • different men. It does not depend on the veal, but on all that a
    • having desires, longings, emotions, he does not look at the being
    • super-sensible worlds from how it does in the world of the senses.
    • other worlds that are strange to him, where he does not know the way,
    • definitely distorted and what is within them is concealed and does not
    • enter the super-sensible world. A being who does not reveal what is
    • consciousness. But there is the further feeling that he lies and does
    • great deal in the world, but he does not concern himself with all the
    • Now a feeling arises as immediately as does the feeling we have on
    • show me the way just because he does not possess my faults. One has
    • because such a schooling does away with danger. Powers of endurance
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    • focus one's attention on the question, “What does the soul
    • During sleep the soul does not know what it is because sleep runs its
    • I have passed through the gate of death? How does my soul live
    • words we might say, “It does not like me; it does not think me
    • awakener of the etheric body, man enters the astral world. Rather does
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    • This is what must first be felt. This does not arise in such a way
    • you have done something that does not satisfy you morally, your entire
    • ask, “What does another person feel about something that you
    • only then does it become possible to speak with reality of a contrast
    • Now why does this occur? If you take all that I have told you into
    • Christ in the higher worlds does indeed depend on how you relate
    • that it is so, but in anyone who does not feel impelled to become an
    • we must always escape. If one does that it is to forget the teaching
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    • into the whole life of humanity. When does this ego-hood of man come
    • becomes an evil being rather, what he does becomes evil — when he
    • but he permeates it invisibly, super-sensibly. How does Ahriman help
    • between birth and death. What then does a man do who would judge life
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    • nor does it exercise any influence over it. Previous understanding
    • or preparation of the soul organism or other organisms, one does
    • this, and does not free oneself from the kind of fondness for the said
    • which men understand it? Why does all that only wants to be concerned
    • Take an Oriental. What part does his religious life play in regard to
    • etheric body, which actually does the thinking, may know something of
    • this thinking. The brain itself, however, does not think, nor does the
    • that does not let them come to the Guardian of the Threshold. The
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    • four-fold human being. In ordinary life, the difference does not
    • alone does not help us fully to exhaust what may thus be in front of
    • perception does indeed bring the world to us, but from one standpoint
    • field of consciousness; he overlooks, as it were, all that does not
    • it does not necessarily always appears the same. How differently does
    • sound in a certain way. One does not see the ears as one does in the
    • world. Thus does the world stand before us, and this is our world at
    • if one does this, one sees something more in this shining being; one
    • the physical nature, so that it appears as it does in thy
    • forward; he imagines that he does this for his own pleasure. In order
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    • He feels that he does not exist contemporaneously with his body, he
    • described in the last lecture which does not get out of space; for
    • does not really come to life in physical man as he is at present, but
    • rebirth, the more clearly does it appear before us, so that we cannot
    • intellect, he does not see what he might otherwise strive after in
    • the spiritual world, if he were misled by the Tempter. He does not
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    • Guardian allows sensation to enter our consciousness, but does not
    • originate sense perceptions. True thought does not consist in sense
    • perception, it is more interior. It does not touch the physical body
    • consciousness, and does not allow Imagination, Inspiration and
    • physical world. How complicated does the human being now appear to
    • true thought does not consist of sense perceptions, it is a more
    • body. When we think, all that is in the thought does not enter into
    • them; but the other part, the life, does enter into us and as it
    • rest remains outside our consciousness. What does it really mean when
    • have is not really born in us, it does not come fully into existence.
    • life is nourished by the entire planetary system, does not appear
    • directly. Feeling does arise in us but as a shadow of what it really
    • does; it hides something that lives in our inner being, something
    • is really expressed. The other remains hidden from us. Why does a
    • body we have something which does not come to birth in the period
    • and Intuitions lives outside and does not consciously enter into us,
    • death. For this reason it must be that anyone who does not want to
    • in his materialism may reject them, but if he does not acquire ideas
    • sinks within the substance of Christ and so too does our unborn will.
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    • On Earth, Nature does not yield
    • us on the physical plane, so does wisdom surround us in the
    • is, the more does he rely upon what he has before him on the physical
    • external reality, does not of itself yield up the contents of its
    • more abundantly does this wisdom stream towards us on the spiritual
    • it has to give which does not either, on the one hand, uplift us, or
    • exercises — possibly he does not do it in order to become a
    • does not recur; we have missed it. We have not made use of all our
    • philosophers, such as Hegel and others, Christ is mentioned; it does
    • to the Father-God, as a free creation, as a creation which does not
    • does not stand related as to a free truth. The higher truth is that
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    • which perhaps does not follow from this pictorial presentation will
    • of all this as we do to-day. This he does although at the present day
    • awake in the physical body. It does not depend upon how long we once
    • It does not now return as will, but as feeling, which floats back to
    • far does the impulse proceeding from the power of Christ extend, that
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    • than otherwise. (This does not refer to suicides). Intellectual powers
    • is past; the time when we enjoyed it does indeed lie behind us, but
    • comport ourselves correctly on the physical plane. But this does not
    • fruit of our last earthly life. But the human being does not always
    • however, things do not take place in such a way that one does only
    • it does not need to be transformed during our life on earth. The
    • that it does not only work up to the time of birth, when everything
    • does not lose the Holy Ghost, this Spirit which approaches the soul
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    • Spiritual Science does not talk endlessly, in a pantheistic way,
    • Science does not only talk about spiritual reality; its aim is to let
    • knows little about another; he does not penetrate into the depths of
    • something which the child does not and cannot ever know, but which
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    • reflected, so does earthly spiritual life point to what the human
    • mirrored image, to super-sensible spiritual life before birth, so does
    • so does economic life point forward to super-sensible life after
    • does not recognise — I am born out of the Divine —
    • from the opinions of others — the more he does to fulfil in his
    • So does the Christ
    • does not follow the two ways — this heightened and refined
    • sense of responsibility towards everything one thinks and does. This
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    • than maya — rather as Indian philosophy does — as in fact
    • opposite, how does the super-sensible find its way into all the rest
    • foundation of world-knowledge. But for anyone who does this it will
    • share amounts to a living lie. But what does this denial depend on?
    • the face to realise that the trouble does not he in capitalism, but
    • wax so strong in human souls that it does not merely find expression
    • life of the present — and then it does look to me very like a
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    • researches into Nature he does not try to proceed from the so-called
    • subjective, or objective. Goethe does not entertain such concepts as
    • single undivided whole. He does not face it with the question,
    • to get to b, but we suppose it does not go there at once. It
    • subsequently moves from c to b, it does eventually
    • a to b so that it does not go along the line a
    • by experiment — How are the forces in the atom? How does the
    • mass reveal itself in its effects, — how does it work? And if
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    • modern Physics does not really understand what this leap involves.
    • — no real physiology. It does not know the human being. You
    • Nature which, if it does unite with our consciousness, eliminates it,
    • only our normal consciousness is not sufficient here, — does
    • outer object in our experiment swims in the water, so does the brain
    • is lightened, leaving only about 20 grammes. What does this signify?
    • opposite and polar qualities, no less than magnetism does, to take
    • quality of dimness that is in the prism. How then does it ray in?
    • shades of colour; downward, the light outdoes and overwhelms the
    • overwhelms and outdoes it. So there arise the lighter shades, —
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    • make the light go through the prism, the prism really does no more
    • often happens, one does not get down to a thing right away. Now
    • air. Now my sighting line impinges on the water. The water does not
    • let my force of sight go through as easily as the air does; it offers
    • point of entry, but it does not. Please try to bear this in mind.
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    • upward as it does, shines also in the same direction into which the
    • overwhelms and outdoes the darkness. We get the yellowish or
    • us such a spectrum. It does not matter if we get the spectrum from
    • have to extinguish itself in so doing. This it does not do; it puts
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    • as well as we are able, that this dark line does really appear in the
    • coloured light, — a property the chlorophyll does not retain.
    • of whatever it is that the light does with it, appears with a lasting
    • does not matter in this connection). Once again therefore: With our
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    • a certain strength. Now we may ask: How does the positive filling of
    • does not make it real.
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    • background does when you look sharply for example at a small red
    • green strip. It stays green, does it not? So with the other colour:
    • darkness as it does in the most varied ways with one another, is in
    • difference does it make, whether the necessary apparatus is out
    • what this school of Physics never does is to go simply into the
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    • continues: Whoever does
    • word. The other person says, “he writes”, but this does
    • any spiritual view of Nature. Think for example of what Goethe does
    • does not give the answer. Might it not be as follows? Suppose you
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    • does at last reveal, to some extent, its inner essence. It shews
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    • There is no guarantee that what is going on in the outer world does
    • ideas, so that the human being does not merely stare at the
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 1: The World Behind the Tapestry of Sense-perceptions. Ecstasy and Mystical Experience.
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    • state of ecstasy he is never aware of his Ego, he does not distinguish
    • of beings and realities hitherto unknown to him, so does the mystic
    • consciousness, but not the guiding Ego. He does not control his
    • what does the mystical state consist? Our life by day in the physical
    • aware of our life of soul? It is because the etheric body does not
    • to us; and because it does so, it appears to us as if it were the
    • comparable with anything known in everyday life. The mystic does not,
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 2: Sleeping and Waking Life in Relation to the Planets
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    • overcoming him, for in normal life he does not order himself to go to
    • kind occurs only rarely, everyone knows that it does occur; it is when
    • third influence he enters into contact with the outer world as he does
    • people does not assert its unique character during sleep because the
    • in a sleep-walker but in other cases does not operate, is the one that
    • him. But not only does he perceive this external world with his
    • the tapestry of the outer world of the senses; this force does not let
    • working in a man's dreams, he does not know whence his experiences
    • Sun. The relative positions are not strictly correct but that does not
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    • What does a man know in ordinary life about the aspects presented by
    • development does not really consist in penetrating by force into the
    • in connection with something he does not want to be revealed is a
    • Fundamentally speaking he does not see the objects themselves at all,
    • what does man see at night with his ordinary Faculties when he looks
    • that can be acquired by man but it does not yet become insight into
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    • enhanced. How does this development proceed in everyday life? Sleeping
    • Although man does not need to see the external forces which work on
    • Thus does the spirit work at our inner being. But someone may say: It
    • itself; it does not work in the same way as other movements where
    • are not. A man who does not rightly understand the mirror-image lends
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    • conditions belonging to his previous incarnations. This can and does
    • particular people or race? Why, on descending to birth, does he seek
    • ultimately to inherit. Nor does he merely inherit them; in a certain
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    • world does he imagine that behind this world there exist all kinds of
    • Elements the spiritual does not yet reveal itself in its true form as
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    • does not feel as if he were confronting objects as in physical
    • the Elementary World reveals itself in the form it does, and then this
    • spiritual world as an intelligent man does in the physical world. Any
    • life does not represent the full extent of the soul's life. Anyone
    • “double” stands before him but that the sight does not have
    • experience, let us say as a Spirit of Wisdom, does not always remain
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    • held back by the eye, and also by the other senses; what does not
    • then too we see only what it does not let through. Thus in the
    • become aware of the world connected with our nerves. What does man
    • senses: light, sounds, and so forth. What does man know of the World
    • than the World of Reason to a halt within himself, and this he does by
    • knowledge does not advance as far as a child advances through what he
    • accustom our soul to activities which it does not otherwise exercise.
    • Consciousness does not cease but seethes and eddies, stirred by our
    • Intuitive Knowledge — only then does everything acquire colour
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    • what he deliberately does to his soul. Although in a far distant
    • localised in the head were now localised in the heart. This does not
    • he does not possess in everyday life. He must learn to think in a new
    • materialist does, in terms of the laws of matter, but this thinking
    • mechanical system. The mistake does not lie in materialistic thinking
    • and that there is no other valid kind of thinking. Haeckel does not
    • communicable to another, nor does it concern anyone else. True and
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 10: Transformation of Soul-forces and Stages in the Evolution of Physical Organs. Reading in the Akasha Chronicle.
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    • out research in the higher worlds. When he does this, head-thinking
    • it. But the spiritual investigator does emerge from it. He knows how
    • it reaches. If it does not reach far enough he is obliged to turn to
    • organ does not cease to evolve when another is in existence. When the
    • the trap. It does not know that different organs must be differently
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    • does not try to convince by his expositions, but he maintains that
    • perceive; even the sleeping man does not function like a plant, for
    • withdraws its direct, warmth-bestowing force from the Earth it does
    • Under the present conditions of our solar system the Earth does not
    • absurd to ask: how does it come about? For no-one can understand how a
    • very wide domains. The spiritual investigator, however, does not need
    • man does not carry it with him from one incarnation to another. Speech
    • finds his fellow-man in the spirit does he find him with indissoluble,
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    • the cultural and spiritual life of the present time. It does
    • paradoxical expression does in fact correspond to
    • reveals its outer surface. What does the human being in his
    • spirit reveals itself no more to the human being than does the
    • toward the human being, but which he does not always even
    • does not happen in normal life, that it is at just such a point
    • world. The one person does it by constructing all sorts of
    • only if the human being does not employ the will as he normally
    • does in ordinary life in carrying out outward functions, but if
    • can still act arbitrarily or out of prejudice does not know
    • grows. A child does not appear to have an ego. As the body
    • science of spirit takes its science just as seriously as does
    • this if he does not get beyond the position of natural science.
    • color of the rose does not have to be proved. The spirit in us
    • gives the latter its due. He does not do what those who follow
    • does and wish to take the ground away from under its feet. We
    • quite justified in thinking that he does not need to try
    • for religious life, that it does not take anyone away from true
    • The science of spirit does not need to keep people away
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    • the sense world. The science of spirit, therefore, does not
    • science of spirit, therefore, does not deal with this
    • than does the science of spirit.
    • does not seem to get any better at it. It is not possible to
    • brings nothing new to light and does not invent it, but the
    • through the mind, the perception, does not work in the
    • does not change our relationship to the outer world, as it
    • life can be dreamed again, but it does not become logical in
    • life. Not only does logic come to an end in dreams, but our
    • moment of going to sleep, does not fit into the configuration
    • does not take the content of dreams to be symbolical or
    • upon the body, and does not work through the mediation of the
    • Oliver Lodge does not compare such a case, which, however odd
    • does not lead beyond the sense world and which says nothing
    • because it does not come into his consciousness he cannot
    • experienced earlier. But now, what the human being does of his
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    • person does today, whether in reading or whether
    • he does, he constantly takes in from morning to evening
    • with what he does will say to himself
    • Those people who long for knowledge which does not belong
    • Now, our historical knowledge does not normally suffice to
    • does not refer to anything that we have experienced in life
    • has lived for a long time in the spiritual world does he
    • before us does not arise through our normal memory but through
    • such a way that it does not arise out of our inner impulses
    • — But supposing nature does not work
    • we get to know that it does not work out of such laws, but
    • knowledge to art. Knowledge does not merely assume an outward
    • which does not possess only an abstract spirit in
    • have does not frighten us from crossing the threshold into the
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    • through Ahrimanic influence in the soul does that understanding
    • soul which continues from one incarnation to another. A man who does
    • essential development in the general progress of mankind and does not
    • that it does not connect itself with the brain. If in this way we
    • it does not descend into the physical but remains in the soul only,
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    • we may give him — this Being does exist. There are many Beings
    • does Christ manifest Himself since the time when, in the Mystery of
    • form does He reveal Himself since that time? No longer in the
    • we are nevertheless building up a new power that does not in the least
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    • This does not conflict with what I have just said. If you remember
    • research in recent times and the mode of thinking that can and does
    • and formulas, but he does this timidly, diffidently. He is always
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    • this something does not suffice to bring me certainty of my own
    • Only now, at this point, does the modern era of thinking begin. The
    • bearer of the living Logos, the bearer of what is not born and does
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    • without questions being raised such as: Where does this form come
    • shifting the right axis over the left. Nor does he have a full
    • hand. Even less does he have a feeling that would enable him to say:
    • mathematical one. Anyone how makes such a distinction does not really
    • a process in space if it were not for what one does with one's
    • one could truly say, as Mephistopheles does in Goethe's
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    • has replaced the Ptolemaic. What I say today does not imply that I
    • Bruno does not sound like the followers of the new view or like the
    • stragglers of the old view. He really does not speak about the cosmos
    • what I am thus describing in broad outlines, but this does not alter
    • the greatest thinkers. Thus Newton really does not know why he takes
    • he is at pains to explain and define everything. Why does he do this?
    • he does not define,) because he has a dim feeling that nothing will
    • slain beings can be pieced together again. But this does not bring
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    • the world. He does not know how to recognize in the world what he is
    • everything subjective as Poincaré does. Nor is the subjective
    • course, empirical research does not always follow everything to its
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    • but it does not (and perhaps cannot) go very far with this, hence it
    • really does not take into consideration that these secondary
    • I tried to show how man's soul — spirit organization does
    • the animal does not have the vertical direction in the same way as
    • man does, since its main axis is horizontal, which is what man can
    • concerning the question: How does man relate to the animal, the
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    • that as it may, the experience of our weight does not impinge
    • without change. All the physicist does is measure the distance per
    • simplest and most convenient, one really does not know much about
    • you will) and so does oxygen. These intermingle, collide, and cling
    • or could be reduced to the law of inertia, does not exist. If we speak
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    • nature. Since it does not offer the whole picture and is not
    • The evolution of mankind does not proceed in a straight line. We must
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    • matters is that when it does speak of them it regards them as
    • mechanical. Where does this lead us? It leads us to the same process
    • science seriously. Science does not proceed only from undetermined
    • anthroposophical catchwords and phrases. It also does not suffice to
    • anthroposophical manner of observation. If one does not want to
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    • What then does it really mean when I say, if I put my fingers in the
    • the other it will fall. You see the thermometer does not behave
    • what does all this depend on? It depends on this: that as long as you
    • on reality it does not help us at all that we establish so-called
    • tortoise passes through. Ideally this is so; in reality he does
    • He does not pass through each point of the path of the tortoise. We
    • must, therefore, consider what Achilles really does, and not simply
    • opening. We will now warm the ball slightly. Now you see it does not
    • ahead and Achilles or some other who does not run even so fast as
    • to get into debt. Then he does not stop at zero; the thing gets worse
    • perceive a heat condition, for instance, does not militate against
    • condition that gives rise to heat does not come to us in so isolated a
    • form as does the condition which gives rise to light. Our eye is
    • turned backwards like an inorganic process. This fact does not enter
    • of the world I cannot reverse reality. This does not apply, however,
    • calculation may be made forward or backward, but usually reality does
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    • You can see when we heat the rod, the pointer does move upwards which
    • at once rises. Why does it rise? Because the gaseous body in the
    • But when the water is cooled further it does not contract but expands
    • does not follow the general law of expansion and contraction. If this
    • sun warmed the air, etc. He does not, indeed do this, but since he
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    • the heat does not show itself in the form of an increase in
    • body is melting the temperature does not rise.(Note: The thermometer
    • You can see here that during vaporizing the instrument does not rise.
    • path that does not leave the blackboard. You cannot, however, if you
    • what a point does when it leaves the single dimension. A being with a
    • while it is expanding, does not give off heat to its surroundings,
    • that it does not stream out or radiate heat. This we cannot prevent.
    • extension in one dimension as one does in geometry in the case of a
    • This curve does
    • up against a solid, the solid does not of itself exert pressure
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    • water vapor. That is, a gas does not prevent another gas from
    • realm of heat. We must therefore ask the questions: what does it
    • shows itself as motion, as mechanical work? What does it mean when I
    • occurs, does it take conscious form.
    • simply because it does not enter our consciousness? Those processes
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    • does not relate itself to the seen or the heard, but it relates
    • life does not have time inside of it, but time has your life within
    • it up into your being, that it does not allow itself to be brought
    • relationship that does not exist at the start, as in the case of time
    • the brain thinks. But ordinarily, a man does not actually experience
    • “When I think my brain does the thinking.” I would say to
    • does not exist the possibility of observing the processes in the
    • relation to the earth does not take part at all. It is out of the
    • solid. In water it does not reside within, but the whole earth takes
    • earth. It does not form surfaces. It partakes of everything which is
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    • this definition is not dependent on how we consider energy. It does
    • Now what does it mean when one speaks in such a fashion? It means that
    • ceases. Gas does not form a surface. If we wish to give form to a gas,
    • Does not that which is active in the gas really lie on the far side of
    • The being of heat does just what a negative gravity would do.
    • influence of the heat being of the cosmos. And what does happen? Let
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    • in producing work does not change completely, but a portion always
    • perpetuum mobile. But the perpetuum mobile does not arise because the
    • an expression from the realm of morals, and does not let the perpetuum
    • — negative form. Now how does this negative form manifest itself?
    • seven nuances. But you know that the spectrum does not break off at
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    • human being then works more in his inner individuality than he does
    • this: how does one realm work into another?
    • order to bring out the phenomenon. And the light does this and makes
    • together to make a closed system, what does that form for us? What
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    • sides is placed at that point. And how does he take up what comes from
    • below. What does he experience coming down from above? What comes into
    • yourselves: how does the will relate itself to the phenomena of heat?
    • will unconsciously the course of his thoughts, he does not like to
    • But what does this mean mathematically? Suppose you set down the
    • nothing, that does not alter the matter. Let me ask you again to note:
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    • We may ask the question: how does this partial spectrum, this
    • that a light placed behind the matter does not shine through. When the
    • matter becomes more and more rarefied, the light does pass through.
    • Does this not clearly reveal the manner in which physics is overcome
    • does hold.
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    • for them at all. Physics does not give us a definite formulation of
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    • otherwise to gases than does heat. The gas does not follow changes in
    • light spreads, the gas does not do likewise, it does not show
    • life does not manifest in the purely solid state. But, these same
    • Now suppose we assume such a running down of the world-process does
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    • in particular does it interpenetrate the fluid element owing to
    • assume, however, that the action does not go so far as to admit of
    • linkage where the imponderable does not definitely insert itself into
    • attention to the acoustical side. What does acoustics matter to us
    • does — I have drawn this to your attention. But perception
    • line. The mathematician reads but the medical man does not listen. And
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    • super-sensible world, just as the physical body does, through the
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    • prove that the philosophic content does refer to a reality. But this
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    • in the physical organism, the baby does to the old man on his
    • still exist. It does this from an incapacity to attain through the
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    • In this state he does not recognize a physical and etheric
    • human organism as belonging to him, as he does in sleep. But he
    • experiencing himself in this cosmos. But he does not experience only
    • himself in it. For this cosmic existence does not separate him from
    • the other life of the cosmos, as does later his physical organism.
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    • If one does not realize in one's own physical nature how something
    • does now. But that is not so. There have been times in which the soul
    • content of these Dogmas does not concern us here, but only the manner
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    • consciousness as does also the psychic activity of thinking, feeling
    • thinking. One does actually feel oneself as an independent inner
    • researcher into the spirit. He does by no means replace the ordinary
    • does not experience in its activity. This etheric organism is itself
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    • is present in man at every instant. Man does not directly experience
    • non-transparent things; man does not see them but the
    • lives in reality. This reality does not enter into the ordinary
    • spirit-cosmos enters continually as does the air into the lungs in
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    • facing some electrical apparatus. The researcher does not know what to
    • which medical science will set out to cure human beings. How does medical
    • further stages, so too does humanity as a whole. For this reason the
    • does the soul undergo constantly new experiences.
    • The soul does not incarnate
    • as the picture of outer nature changes, so, too, does the picture of
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    • and pain, pleasure and suffering just as does the human soul, so that
    • does not see, that feel pain and suffering, well-being and happiness,
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    • as it does is due to the fact that the other members of man's nature
    • particular interest to us. In what respect does the etheric body of man
    • three bodies does his own task begin in the real sense. Whether the
    • because the physical nature remains the same, as does the glandular
    • does at death. The shock may be caused by danger of death. But this
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    • who was a bon vivant during his life does not, at death, lose
    • to his birth. But he does not experience pain only, he also experiences
    • correctly here. An occultist does not swear by any original record or
    • the three lower regions in our physical world, so does one common element
    • his attachment to physical things, the clearer does his darkened
    • in external culture and through relationships of every kind. The soul does
    • does not yet lie within the power of human will. In the present cycle
    • moment then vanishes from his memory. He does not see particular details
    • body then does not pass in its entirety into the physical body, but
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    • souls are in Devachan. Nevertheless, the disembodied soul does not lose
    • conception, this spiritual individuality who is descending does not
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    • of the physical body. Wisdom itself is articulate in them. How does
    • this no longer has meaning; what modern science calls an element does not
    • It does not retain the egg-form of the Saturn period but is membered
    • Old Sun embodiments. Only then does the real Old Mood come into existence.
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    • into existence out of nothingness. It does not arise of itself from
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    • world calls the physical plane maya or illusion and does not want to
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    • in man, who does not reveal Himself only in the elements, in the flaming
    • a soul feels drawn to the body that is fitting for it, so does the god
    • does this mean? It means that the body was immediately transported into
    • longer crave for what does not come to him, or is not given to him.
    • what one does not love is suffering? But the man who has recognized
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    • realm of Divine Love in the human soul, the realm in which man does
    • plunges into the water — into the soul-world — does he
    • huge waves; for whenever man does not place his wisdom at the service
    • attained when man crawls humbly on the ground as does the Serpent,
    • The old man with the lamp is another figure — what does he
    • offer itself as tribute to the River of the passions, so long does
    • perceptible. Everything man does on the road to the great goal, until
    • necessity. If he does not set himself free, he will be killed.”
    • themselves in books are nevertheless our guides. Goethe does not
    • giant stands upright, and now only does he show the time. This is a
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    • die of it; he cannot take in the truth and transmute it as does the
    • principle. He who does not do this before he dies, is destroyed at
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    • What does the name “Sun Runner” signify? If you were to look back into
    • the appearance, on the direct impression. It does not merely listen to
    • what has occurred in the past. The Christmas message does not say,
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    • before, what was does not return — all is new yet always the old.
    • us unceasingly and does not divulge her secret to us. We affect her
    • “She seems to aim in everything toward individuality, and does not
    • “An eternal living, growing and moving is in her, and yet she does not
    • darkness. Materialistic thought does not reflect much on this event,
    • when for the first time the sun shone down upon the earth as it does
    • the ideal, one has not yet grasped real truth. Where does real truth
    • Divine” (Vergottung). What does this word signify? It means that those
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    • recent and does not date back more than a few centuries. The custom of
    • seemingly died, waxes anew from this day on, so does new life forever
    • like wise does the Sun Hero, through the power of his spiritual life,
    • does the situation change. The rhythm that rules until death
    • more highly civilized he is, the more does this rhythm decrease. Just
    • longer be said, “The Darkness does not comprehend the Light” but when
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    • does not merely signify the acquisition of knowledge; it signifies
    • spiritual world; esotericism does not begin with occult development.
    • morally? What does this imply? First of all, looking away from the
    • or not, does not signify; the point is the impression that this wide
    • with a religious mood. Then does the green mantle of plants so work
    • spiritually bursting forth into bloom. Then does the white robe of
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    • memory means very much more in the sphere of occultism than it does in
    • these two elements in our consciousness: a healthy memory which does
    • prove us to be, and a conscience which does not allow us morally to
    • sleep the sun remains connected with us; it does not cease to shine
    • rule, does not go beyond this.
    • It does not usually
    • the external sense-world. Science to-day does not do this. Those who
    • they seek for a meaning behind things. Why does the plant-world
    • Why does man inhabit the earth? If we thus inquire into the
    • does the Planetary Spirit perceive everything in the periphery, and in
    • planet does outside in space when it passes on its way in cosmic
    • men, and adjusts himself to them, so does the Planetary Spirit live in
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    • will, does pass over into a different state of consciousness in his
    • flowers; when I look at it, it gives me joy,” he does not simply
    • in the same way as man does with his senses; they perceive it (though
    • being they do not enter into an independent inner life, as does man,
    • long as they retain their nature. The possibility of untruth does not
    • earth at one time, and another in another at a different time does in
    • being which does not in any way come from the external world;
    • something to that other person; but he does not on that account become
    • action a second time he will again receive more. One does not become
    • than what the mathematician does in his dry science. Nowhere is there
    • does not perceive the Angel, it is under his leadership, even though
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    • experience of the clairvoyant, is sympathy, love. What does it really
    • sorrows and joys of conscious beings, so does the clairvoyant learn,
    • snail then detaches it. Not only does the snail manifest its own being
    • does not pass away, as in the case of a being of the Third Hierarchy.
    • this. Of course it does not suffice to train the ordinary normal
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    • does not then look upon this being from within himself; he does not
    • for the higher we ascend the more impossible does it become to make
    • such a look or imagine that such a wise man does not speak to us in
    • our physical body, so does the life of those beings of a higher
    • works in the life of the individual man, so does that which we
    • between one fixed star and another. By this means alone does the
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    • The organizing of the planet in such a way that it does not follow an
    • inner life, really does not exist in them. If they wish to develop
    • man does, all that is immediately manifested externally; not as in
    • them which does not agree with the external world; for any ideas which
    • of his own, which does not immediately manifest externally, but can be
    • in one place, does the appearance of the physical planet arise.
    • forces of the Spirits of Form, so does it arrest the light, and throw
    • behind this Maya does the truth lie; for the truth behind the material
    • world is the spiritual world. In reality the material world does not
    • forgets conditions without which no experiment can come about does not
    • only do we understand them aright. Then, too, does the evolution of
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    • does for other men; we cannot regard this activity as directly meaning
    • does evolution take place upon the fixed star itself as a separate
    • which revolves round our earth, what forms of activity does occult
    • the beings resembling those of man; but it does not happen to be the
    • anatomy and physiology. What does the ordinary anatomist of today do
    • materialistic anatomist or physiologist does not take into
    • which the astral body, in cooperation with the etheric body, does not
    • that the liver is also permeated by the astral body, but that it does
    • certainly permeates the liver as water does a sponge, has no special
    • peas and beans, as external anatomy and physical science does to-day.
    • him the same impression as does the totality of the planets of a
    • this would be regarded as a very special folly; but that does not
    • does. On the other hand, it has an arrangement for getting rid of the
    • impression upon us and does more than can be done by arguments of a
    • Seraphim. But the impression which we can thus obtain does not yet
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    • call manifestation — how does the cosmos appear to him? If this
    • gains, and so too does the consciousness of an Angel-being, an
    • Moon, it does not know directly what would appear to sight if one were
    • starry heavens is actually Maya, for it does not represent an existing
    • external vision of normal consciousness does not tell us much about
    • does not tell us much. Rather for the sake of comparison we must make
    • concrete does not know what to make of it. Whatever the
    • appears as a reality; but in the physical world this animal ego does
    • its own ego; so does a group of animals of one species possess such an
    • idea which does not correspond to any reality, to attend to the
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    • does not find in the physical world with regard to the animal, what he
    • the physical world. It does not deny an ego to the animal, but states
    • much that the animals does on the physical plane can be likened to
    • what man does. Now, those who express themselves thus have not grasped
    • man. On what then does this depend? We can best obtain an approximate
    • species does not simply originate on the earth; rather does the animal
    • Spirits of Motion work down from this or that planet does this
    • Spirit, that does not signify to us. What does concern us, what we
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    • such an etheric stream does come down. What is the reason of this? Why
    • does an etheric stream come down from the sun which can, as it were,
    • inwardly animate the mineral? Why does this take place? It is brought
    • and evil does not refer to moral good and evil; that belongs to quite
    • it does not discover them as luminous; for these Spirits of Wisdom who
    • Luciferic Spirits. Hence to occult vision the Spirit of Wisdom does
    • cannot find it upon the sun. Where then does the group-ego of the
    • group-ego of the minerals is, that, strictly speaking, it does not end
    • course is not the comet, but rather does it announce its approach to
    • alone does the mineral come to its perfection. Now if we go back to
    • Luciferic forces streaming down from the sun, so does a spiritual
    • verus Luciferus,” may be understood. It does not sound quite
    • obtained — knowledge which unites and does not separate — when men
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    • well-being of the astral, etheric and physical bodies. But where does
    • fellowmen as a free being. Today, man does not stand in the same
    • relation to his astral, etheric and physical bodies as he does to his
    • does not place the ego into his soul in the right way, his body
    • That which does not permit the ego to thrive causes the body to
    • flourish when he does not destroy life. This is presented as an ideal
    • weakens the strength that should flow into his ego. Likewise does he,
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    • Gospel-readers of earlier centuries, and still does not occur to many
    • does it mean that the bearer of the Ego first becomes really active in
    • means, one can say that only around the 20th year does man develop his
    • does life take such a course that our own memory begins. Of what
    • has an opinion, a feeling, about himself which does not correspond to
    • directly from spiritual worlds comes something which does not reside
    • does not feel anything that can call forth a full harmony between the
    • something which does not go from incarnation to incarnation, but which
    • does he descry that from which he springs. Man must first die (in
    • discrepancy. All that is in the periphery of the earth, this does not
    • such culture as does not make use of the Gospels or the name of
    • out which penetrates directly into his Ego. He does not know that this
    • is called Christ; but he does know that in his consciousness he can
    • experience. Not the Christ Who was on earth — the soul does not
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    • last. Then he does not come back again in a human body.”
    • that it clearly does not proceed from the founder of a religion as
    • that the animal, which does not reincarnate, should suffer, should
    • does not leave the evolution of the animals to be as it would have
    • the super-sensible worlds one transforms oneself, but one does not die.
    • men, birth and death do not come into consideration. Lucifer also does
    • (even those inflicted by men on animals) so does this death
    • will find it. He does find it!
    • experience as joy and sorrow does not approach me in vain, that it is
    • But Christianity does not look upon the Christ as a personality, as
    • only brings about discords. Not from a personality does the Christian
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    • speech was delivered under the theme: “It doesn't befit
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    • of the other person, which does not pass by the other person but
    • also with the physical world. Only thus does it arise. When you
    • life on earth, and thus only does one gain a view for the entire life
    • heel. Not only does one notice how it directs its physical look, but
    • himself as a spiritual being. Man does not acquire a unitary world
    • view unless he can see beyond birth and death, if he does not look
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    • attention to this history of the human soul life as does the present
    • surroundings just as air does during our existence between birth and
    • whatever he wishes out of his free will. Man does not think as he
    • abstract, because it still filled the human being as does breathing at
    • our own period does not at all understand, — this is true: no
    • writer of history, who declares actually that one does not mention
    • the Event of Golgotha who does not understand it in the spirit.
    • off from the spiritual world and from his own being if he does not
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    • does not howl for food because it has food in its stomach, but
    • his fellow-men. If somebody says something, the other person does not
    • say today: He is not a true scientist who does not interpret
    • observation and experiment quite logically; who does not pass from
    • have been evolved. If he does not do this he is no genuine thinker.
    • cultivate science. What does it matter to us if Nature is an artist?
    • The state of things at the end of the nineteenth century does indeed
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    • School does not want to educate, but to awaken. For an awakening is
    • the beginning radiated through Waldorf School Education, which does
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    • any more than he does today; but when people in those days woke up,
    • it would be almost more sensible if they did not. For what does
    • characteristics. The farther west we come the more does a thinking,
    • regarded by the orientals as inferior, take the upper hand. It does
    • thinking, where one does not notice that one is thinking at all. The
    • The intellect does not nourish the Spirit. It only distends it. That
    • in defense of the spiritual view of the world; this simply does not
    • help us, does not help one bit. During the night we remain just as
    • theosophy too can be taught in a dead, intellectual way. It does not
    • materialists have made of the atoms. It does not matter whether we
    • materializes the world, in other words, that Anthroposophy does not
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    • of you personally, but if it does hurt — well, I cannot help
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    • will. You can carry out experiments and think: it does not pass right
    • does not become like the child before puberty, one cannot enter the
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    • of the riddle lies in Man.” — And there indeed it does
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    • right thing is for teachers to be able to handle what does not give
    • does not imply that we have to return to the twelfth or thirteenth
    • come before us as a kind of fiery luminous cloud. What he does when
    • doesn't know it himself, otherwise he wouldn't be so
    • who is so much older, doesn't know even yet and reads to me out
    • does not mean merely to lose oneself in phantastic mysticism and to
    • we think it through, it does not seem so stupid; the statements of
    • to be in harmony, that does not come only out of himself like the
    • splendid for a human being to tell another what the other does not
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    • on external conditions does not immediately become apparent. For even
    • Spiritual? How does one experience the Spiritual? The really
    • activity in thinking is awakened does not flash up. Through this
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    • intellectual or mind soul, it does not indicate that intellect, in
    • about this or that which does not lie in a region accessible to mere
    • that only through an artistic grasp of the world does man reach the
    • intimately. It does not worry the plant that it is not the product of
    • does not limit itself to the forces presumed to exist by physics and
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    • why that young man doesn't want to lecture any more.”
    • course of man's evolution. And today if anyone does not
    • characteristic of our age, namely, that if man does not strive out of
    • Does man know before this that he has a will? He
    • his organic development. He often dreams that he does this or that
    • out of an impulse of the soul, but he really does it because of the
    • of what takes place in the soul when one does not keep with one's
    • Where does this art lead to? It leads to experience of the real
    • the young? Where does that lead? It does not lead to the Spirit but
    • does not leave the human being alone even in earliest childhood. It
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    • artistically, and this should be so. True, one does not come to the
    • human beings — what does not lend it self to be grasped in
    • my Philosophy of Spiritual Activity will find that this does not
    • does not feel happy with a philosophic system in which one concept
    • geniuses as teachers. You would not say this because experience does
    • principle that it does not matter if the teacher is not as clever as
    • teacher because it does not depend on the giving out of knowledge but
    • clearly, our age does not hear them. Our age is terribly unreceptive
    • modern culture does nothing to develop a sense for this. But this
    • school so that he does not disgrace us. But we need an understanding
    • who does not learn it from prayer. This must not be understood
    • what does it mean to experience another human being? We cannot
    • of course, is all rather an overstatement, and yet it does
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    • she does not breathe in but works within herself by shutting out the
    • about what he considers right. But education does not allow itself to
    • according to theoretical principles because he does not grasp the
    • transposed into the realm of education. Unfortunately it does happen,
    • this way one does not become empty of thought. Pedagogics that makes
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    • bound to Nature but which devours the human being. How does it devour
    • draws from Nature, we can never understand man. What does our
    • animal. It does not grasp to what extent animals are imperfect men.
    • did such a view of the world ever arise? Why does it fundamentally
    • shows us that what is material on earth does not merely pass through
    • abstractly moral divine order. But the dragon does not tolerate this;
    • the dragon must be conquered. He does not suffer men to found
    • realms into our earthly realm. He does not force himself upon us.
    • and being of the world. Only now does this picture of Michael truly
    • present. And when he does not succeed in killing man directly through
    • pieces because they carried the battle into a region where it does
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    • influence upon him, he does not sense this directly through the
    • is inhaled through the mouth does not actually belong to the head, but
    • becomes sclerotic, as nearly everyone does to a certain degree in old
    • diabolical, the anti-divine element. What does this really signify?
    • was then established that the Christian does not have to believe in
    • other Christ does not mean that it is the Christ. If one wishes to
    • This does not mean that we ourselves have to become denouncers of
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    • in our universities. It does not arrive at real inner conceptions of
    • sense perception by means of the brain processes does not know at all
    • possible gradually to rise to a knowledge which does not merely live
    • happens in the brain; it then does not perceive a growth process but a
    • this path does not contain the Divine. If man, however, develops
    • does not see, on the one hand, merely the spirit-soul element, living
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    • this outer mineral world is what you see; the human being who does the
    • does the human being fend off this inner consciousness, does
    • from the physical aspect it can be said today that man does not bear
    • super-sensible in the immediate surroundings, and which does not
    • It exists like the other revelations. But it does not force itself
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    • We must go back into those millennia into which history does not reach,
    • culture in its entirety if one does not focus one's attention upon the
    • remember their former earth lives. For I ask you: what does man
    • today does not have the same bodily constitution it had two thousand
    • does not properly fit this outer surrounding world. — this shade
    • nature; but just look at this or that process in nature: it does not
    • really forces me to form a picture about nature. But this does not
    • does not harmonize with them. And now gradually he adjusts himself to
    • his new life, but he does by no means completely take up into this
    • physical being you now receive something from this world which does
    • familiarizing himself with such a thing does he become aware of the
    • for which he does not feel himself mature enough to become fully
    • conscious of it. It escapes him time and again, and he does not
    • the fact that wisdom does not only flow through the upper stratum of
    • this law does not hold good.
    • It does not suffice, my dear friends, to know of something that it is
    • first does not seem to be permeated by anything.
    • How does wisdom enter this middle part of man? Man is placed in the
    • here upon earth, in external life. If he does not find it is a
    • And what does it mean if we do not find the Spirit? To be unable to
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    • effect in historical processes in an external sense does not take into
    • But this does not prevent them from being unable to cope with this
    • omnipotence of the necessity of nature. One does not express it in
    • validity to the soul at all. And only timidly does the truth make its
    • so-called reason, into our intelligence. Not into a hell does Michael
    • dear friends, as long as one does not take into consideration these
    • it is conceived of in today's natural science does not contain man,
    • can control today, if he does not strengthen it through the spirit.
    • is still asleep today in his waking state. Man does not notice how
    • unbridled instinctive impulses and does not strive for clarity in
    • countries, unite! What does this mean? It means: Foster your antipathy
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    • time a process of ourselves is eliminated; it does not exist for us.
    • place. The ancient way does no longer suffice, and many attempts that
    • which does not merely take place within me, but which takes place in
    • My dear friends, it does not suffice, for the present age nor for the
    • development is often very inconvenient for people, it does not agree
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    • objects are around him, but he does not perceive them. The fact that
    • concepts of daily waking life. This does not become evident when
    • experience here in the physical world that it does not occur to us at
    • connection with the dead, but he does not become aware of it because
    • “gain influence” over other people; this does not concern us
    • advertisement and at once raise the objection: does this Poehlmann
    • asleep; not every thought is equally suitable. Anyone who does not
    • over to him at our next moment of falling asleep. It does not matter
    • from the departed one. It does not necessarily have to be at the
    • You will ask: Why does he say that? I someone was close to us we
    • himself does not lose us. It is impossible for us to be possessed by
    • because he draws us after him. He does not lose us. Therefore this
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    • clear-cut concepts about nature. One does not dare to acknowledge that
    • such great importance of which mankind does not even dream today; and
    • inclined family which does not cultivate spiritual thoughts, he is
    • In contrast to this, we can do something else, and many a person does
    • standpoint. And at what conclusion does he arrive? Quite factually, in
    • views and does not try to conceal his limitations. He is thoroughly
    • Idiot, (published by Heysler & Co., Berlin) completely does
    • Christ Jesus. It cannot be done. One is dishonest if one does not
    • materialistic psychiatry which does not shrink from seeing an
    • audacity, in perceiving, in thinking; an audacity that does not dull
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    • importance, or not — it does not matter. The point is
    • said to himself: the theory of trauma does not explain these
    • Zürich, 1917.), Professor Jung of Zürich does not
    • and he does go so far — that the Greek child also
    • mistreated by a demon in his subconscious mind, does not know
    • does the poor modern man do then, if he becomes ill from this
    • sake (the psychoanalyst does not say ‘for God's sake,’ but
    • world seriously! It does not enter their minds to consider the
    • does not call them ‘gods’ but ‘primeval pictures’)
    • showing as it does what mankind is actually facing in the
    • long as the individual does it the nation will do it too. Only
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    • to an important spiritual sphere which present-day man does not
    • but this diagnosis does not reach the vital point. Its
    • foundation is reached only by realizing that consciousness does
    • all-inclusive reason that does not come into consciousness,
    • such an individual. How does Max Dessoir come to assert, in the
    • reaction of his audience does he recognize that his thoughts
    • himself. But he really does exactly that. Well, in the
    • world. Even if, in this materialistic age, he does free himself
    • — what takes place does not bring to light the
    • which it does not do to play, which can only be mastered if
    • useful if people were to stop talking abstractly as Jung does,
    • made by a Cretan, so does the theory of universal sexuality
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    • following question then arises: In what way does the human
    • way does he use his bodily organs in order to exist in his
    • is a genuine poet or artist — that he does not conceive
    • of soul-life because the ordinary consciousness does not extend
    • primarily upon ourselves, does not leave, so to speak, the
    • forces his way down into the subconscious — if he does
    • does not trouble her. She is guided by the details of the
    • worlds may seem to ordinary people quite foolish. It does
    • no harm if the method does seem foolish to the prosaic outer
    • really does exist within us.”
    • environment. For what we fail to bring off does not
    • taken something out of our environment which does not harmonize
    • Devachan. How does this world of super-sensible facts
    • same. What does that mean? Well, is it not true that in the
    • such that the sun does not shine upon the just and the unjust
    • This does not make us hardhearted and unwilling to help them
    • matters.” It does matter, but it must be the
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    • happen, as it often does at the present time, that individuals
    • question knows or does not know which imaginations correspond
    • tolerant attitude toward a lie is such that it does bite off
    • be only his own creation. Anyone who, in this respect, does not
    • the Akashic Record; if he does not test them to see whether or
    • does not always become vision and imagination. It becomes
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    • he does, and he does not give up until he satisfies this
    • education. What does present medicine know of the
    • possibility of a liver or heart disease when it does not
    • actual purpose of these organs! And it does not know that. It
    • does not even discover a correct connection between excitement
    • consider mankind. It does not occur to them to seek in any
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    • question again and again to himself: What aims does this spiritual
    • overcome does not keep in mind certain finer phenomena of life.
    • exists, why does a person not remember the former incarnations? That
    • every man does; for it is impossible to maintain what one imagines as
    • disembodied soul. It does not even hear or perceive what one expresses
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    • of which can be important for our life. One does not merely serve the
    • said: It does not really need very much today to realise that if the
    • stood differently to them than it does today. Today it is the critical
    • years. The writer of the Matthew Gospel does this. He describes 3 X 14
    • incarnation, his spirit was united with Chaldea. What path does the
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    • abstractions, generalities. One does not even feel that any more.
    • Now we pass to the third sentence. What does it signify? Here one must
    • meant by such designations. One did not give names as one does today,
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    • paths of philosophy if one does not find the balance between
    • afterwards to see things in a more radical, true way, than does
    • sleep, and a modern human being does not even know whether it
    • does not pass into Unreality, and so what man apparently
    • one does not come to understand this life of Birth in the
    • Inner Being, does man come to see the Spiritual Reality
    • added to this inner experience does man come to a really firm
    • absolutely saturated by the Christ-Impulse. He does not seek a
    • does one reach a standpoint of reality, when one can see the
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    • lecture that in his waking condition, man does not grasp the
    • Angels, Archangels and Archai, he does not experience this
    • waking condition man does not progress beyond experiencing this
    • Personality, in the 20th Century.” The fact does not
    • him. But man does not feel that to-day; he feels as if the
    • knows it is a delusion, yet it does seem to be so. At this
    • to his physical body as the modern man does. In those
    • events and arrange and ordain what man does on the Earth.
    • fully convinced the Egyptians were that what man does here in
  • Title: Lecture: Greek and Germanic Mythology: Lecture I - The Prometheus Saga
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    • which Zeus is trying to discover. But Prometheus does not betray the
    • does not merely allow what is already there to work upon him, but
    • The vulture gnaws at the human liver, the basis of life; so does this
    • This does not mean that people were given a vague abstract account of
    • does not yet belong to the earth, who has not yet evolved the organs
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    • fragments, as philology supposes. ‘The folk’ does not make literature
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    • essentiality of the etheric body does not consist in its appearing as
    • forms out of water, so does the physical body fashion itself out of
    • anatomist does of the skeleton. This figure is really present in the
    • unsuccessful if only he does so with patience. He must immerse
    • speaks of light and would thereby point to wisdom, this he does not
    • and thus does not experience joy and sorrow as do man and animal. If,
    • Just as the seed holds the whole plant within it, so does your astral
    • What does a man work
    • of light. If he does this exercise in the proper way, a visualization
    • is still a Saturn in the heavens; in what relation does the first
    • very nature. Today, this is no longer done. Uranus, for example does
    • way the astronomer does today.
    • vibrations, so does the one who has penetrated to the level of
    • at that time there could not have been any living being does not
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    • upon the soul quite differently than does a house, for instance, that
    • cupola. Of course, man does not become conscious of the fact that
    • Atlantean epoch. Air did not exist as it does today; the distribution
    • The bee is the symbol of the spiritual man who does not know
    • to say. What does the man of today have in him of Saturn's warmth?
    • the same source as does the human blood.
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    • What does this mean? From the time of Augustine to the sixteenth
    • that men today stand in the mineral kingdom. What does this mean?
    • various other activities he does not have this capacity. He cannot,
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    • the human heart has nothing leonine in it; that it does is
    • Word!” This does not mean a philosophical word in the
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    • Does that man deny the reality of facts who, while declaring that
    • can be brought to a salutary development; does he who says this deny
    • man of the present day does not see: the aura of Jupiter, a totality
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    • who remember elementary physics will know that modern science does
    • as earth or solidity changes into liquid, So does all air-substance
    • Here we find something which modern science does not consider
    • liquid, or gaseous, but the light itself one does not see. Imagine
    • within that illuminated space. One does not see the light, one sees
    • the solid, the watery, the gaseous, by means of the light. One does
    • have only warmth in some object which as yet does not shine, then
    • comfortably, merely passes through the world, but he does not work on
    • one who does not simply stare at a metal, but ponders over its nature
    • impressions. What does such a man do? Through his own spiritual
    • world, does he release and redeem those spiritual elemental beings.
    • released he does not bring back with him for they have returned into
    • were before. What does a man do when, in looking at some outer object
    • spiritually does the opposite of what has been done before.
    • spiritually forms fire again out of that smoke; only after death does
    • in such a way that thy spiritual process does not stop at the smoke,
    • Bhagavad Gita of which I spoke in my last lecture. It does not speak
    • himself with a certain kind of elemental and he also does so when he
    • Bhagavad Gita: ‘Behold what man does through the feelings and
    • this sense, who denies or does not understand the spirit and is
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    • matter does not remain so veiled in illusion. Upon the earth all
    • men on Saturn. What does it mean to become men? It means to attain
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    • warmth must be born again, must appear again, and does appear next on
    • must receive from elsewhere. Whence does the total world of Saturn,
    • mightier and mightier. In what really does the continual increase in
    • chain, what does the Astronomer do who has had the luck to discover
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    • inferior grades of initiation, man is able, even if he does not
    • Venus was called Mercury. Thus, note it well, one does not understand
    • to the Moon, was the sphere of the Angels. In fact when one does not
    • grown-up man does not study the A.B.C. for his own progress, but so
    • Maya or illusion does not only exist in the world but also as regards
    • We are now obliged to ask: How does it happen then that such a son of
    • Venus descends to us? How does it happen that a Bodhisattva can live
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    • does not matter. I have drawn this here only to show the orbits of
    • there is of him upon earth, does not look as if it belonged to a spiritual
    • that a physical body can be so liquid and evanescent that it does not
    • exhibiting complete regularity does not work itself out with such
    • the etheric body, so that you can imagine a Being who does not reach
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    • optics of modern times. But it is a fact. Modern physics does not
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    • formed; it acquires a sort of girdle, which does not surround the
    • masses, we must realise that this does not happen of itself, but that
    • spiritual Beings; only then does it become possible to lead the
    • etheric body does not need to be as yet quite transformed, but that
    • a Kaya, which does not only operate in the place and time when it
    • Beings will be developing into men. Does all that continue endlessly?
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    • what does such a genius, for instance, as Leonardo da Vinci or
    • disappears. It does not get pushed over to its other side, it
    • of God, God does it through them. They could not do otherwise, it
    • judgment, consideration, does not exist in the sphere of those
    • Christ! Does He, fundamentally speaking, work through His teaching?
    • The man who thinks that His teaching is the most important part, does
    • this deed is such that it does not act upon man except when man makes
    • receive it who does not do so voluntarily. This has only been made
    • does not simply repeat itself, but that new things enter. For a human
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    • night be turned into day. Our eyes cannot see if the outer light does
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    • sense is a very rare faculty in our present time it does exist, and
    • life and in which he does something entirely different from the
    • moments he does not surrender himself to what the outer world has to
    • during each twenty-four hours. But the etheric body does not leave
    • when this etheric body does not take on the shape forced upon it by
    • a sword which does not lie loosely in its scabbard but is one with
    • the Threshold. That which is real does not become more or less real
    • to sunset, and he does not see it when the physical earth substance
    • hides it; he does not see it from sunset to sunrise. In the spiritual
    • does he penetrate to these higher divine spiritual beings? At the
    • surrounded by darkness because he does not see the spiritual world
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    • fire, so does human conscience — the inner voice —
    • sudden metamorphosis from leaf to flower, so does one occur in
    • spiritual element exists as it does behind fire, air, water or earth.
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    • stamens, etc., of higher and higher development, so does diversity
    • forms, an evolution or a development does nevertheless take place;
    • answer is that he does, in fact, see everything perceptible to the
    • what has happened to this mighty figure of Indra, and how does his
    • lightning and thunder, even so does Jehovah manifest himself therein,
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    • else on the earth there are other gods, he does not understand them
    • — still influence us. But evolution, remember, does not
    • as He does the evolution of the universe and of man, is understood
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    • own efforts. But there is one thing which no being who does not
    • ‘I’ as a man does, was not natural in those higher
    • they satisfy us; the Christ speaks through them, and He does so even
    • arise in man if he does not create them out of the forces flowing to
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    • of being able to send it out empty. What does that mean? The etheric
    • force, but if it does not meet there the forces which are able to
    • a new form. Thus does human evolution proceed in the post-Atlantean
    • it is clear that the evolution of humanity does not move in a
    • straight line, but runs its course, as does everything in nature. I
    • moves just as does the air outside. But the realistic thinker sees a
    • really does move outside — as far as the ear is concerned —
    • into olden times, the more significant does their age of splendour
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    • through, as spiritual science does, into the spiritual content of the
    • days does not experience his thoughts with the same intensity with
    • from the spiritual world into our own. Thus does everything change in
    • Anu; Anu does in a sense express the unity of both worlds, but an
    • soul life! It does not spread out in ‘space,’ it runs its
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    • how does this apply to the evolution of human life? We have said that
    • does he come?’ Who was the being who preceded him? What is his
    • He does not bring to the earth anything corresponding to the
    • form of the Being of Gautama Buddha — it does not for the
    • Wherein, then, does the difference consist between the Christ,
    • Bodhisattva principle is the most essential in them. The Christ does
    • understood as a Being; He does not wish to sink into us only through
    • knows nothing of human progress; he does not know that the greatest
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    • It does not seem unjustifiable, given a gradually
    • the world from a purely human angle, he does not take his point of
    • theosophical, but what means does he employ to attain the summit?
    • middle standpoint, not the subhuman, as does anthropology. A
    • How does anthropology set to work? Theosophy ascends to
    • lined up and the cells are studied individually, but this does not
    • the list, but as yet doesn't seem to know what to do about them. We
    • it must figure in the list just as does hearing or smell. Nobody can
    • essence of things than does the nose or the tongue. The sixth sense,
    • have described to you today does not exhaust the list of senses. It
    • sight does not penetrate as deeply as hearing. Through hearing we
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    • etheric body as water does a sponge. Spiritual science can tell us
    • or atma. At present, man does not possess this atma as his own. It is
    • out of physical matter does not arise from a forcing from within, but
    • not of a special touch sense in the way modern physiology does. All
    • Pressure is something that does not interest the
    • ordinary human being. He speaks of “pressing,” but does
    • however, does not center in feeling as such, but in the clash of
    • does not disdain the assistance of that “imagination” it
    • Such an experience of warmth does not occur when, for example, we sit
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    • speech.” How does the perception of sound [Always
    • as taking place in the same way that sight does in the eye.
    • The next question is difficult but important. How does
    • the perception of visualization come about? How does it happen that
    • But even this does not exhaust the capacity of the
    • shapes the human being as he stands before us on earth. How does this
    • with our senses really does not exist at all; it is only an optical
    • interlaced by the nervous system, and only later does it penetrate to
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    • appear different from the way it actually does. If a human head were
    • ever to come into being at all it would have to look as it does. It
    • does look that way, and that is evidence proffered by the world of
    • brain and does not emerge. From this it follows that our thoughts
    • must permeate him just as it does what surrounds him. The two
    • thinking about those objects to err, does not apply to the ego. When
    • intellectual soul nevertheless does just that, unless it be guided by
    • endowed with memory, for it does today exactly what it did yesterday.
    • does not necessarily proceed from the consciousness soul. The idea of
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: I. The Elements of the Soul Life.
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    • and so does reasoning.
    • stream out into a nerve that leads to a muscle, and only then does
    • nerve does, in fact, exist as a physical unit, but it does not serve
    • What does that prove? If you consider the immediate
    • the experience has ceased. What does this imply? That something has
    • They are there, but the soul does not perceive them, and the sense
    • through the outer world. It does not enter from without. True, the
    • conceptions that originate in the outer world, but it does not itself
    • tone, color, and so forth, come and go, so does the ego conception
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    • expresses itself here as youth naturally does. Goethe wrote it when
    • environment, to be sure, does not concern us, that concerned only
    • The result of all this is something eternal, and it does
    • in this case at least, reasoning does not lead to visualization —
    • does not occur. What is this demon? It is one's ego, weaving in the
    • remain absorbed it does not put in an appearance, only at the moment
    • the patient must frequently cope with matters he does not understand,
    • How does boredom arise? If you are observant you will
    • a veritable poison, though one does not exactly die of it. Things of
    • Take the next verdict, the bell rings. Does this express
    • something spatial? No, that doesn't exist in space; it proceeds in
    • speech, even though much of it is ruined by man. Speech actually does
    • Why does speech stop there? Why do you halt, as it were,
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    • does not tally with what had acted from without. That would not be
    • external matter you cannot say that the seal itself does not enter
    • moment as well. When does the activity of reasoning cease? When the
    • desire flowing along with the current of the soul, and it does not
    • the latter case the inception does not occur in the soul, but
    • satisfaction does. For this reason feeling, as an end, as
    • There is one case, however, in which our reasoning does
    • not reach a decision, nor does desire end in satisfaction, and yet no
    • the verdict. What sort of a verdict does it bring back? Under these
    • provokes your desire? Yes, it does, but not through its own agency.
    • an aesthetic decision does not depend upon a certain development of
    • This sort of will certainly does not lead to action, and language
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    • of visualizations the condition of consciousness in the soul does
    • exists. What we call desire simply does not flow in the same
    • at all, surprise doesn't enter. In encountering a phenomenon and
    • nothing. Where does memory of past events commence? In fact, which
    • delimitation of the etheric body. Only through this does the ego
    • much you want to do it, it cannot be done. Ego consciousness does not
    • consist of the stream of desires any more than it does of the stream
    • what does it encounter in front, toward the future? Imagine you are
    • future comes to your aid. Why, for example, does an old man like to
    • which the matter here under discussion does not apply. In such cases
    • reaches us through clairvoyant research, but the latter does not seek
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    • Contrasting as it does with current usage, our division
    • But Brentano says this definition does not cover reasoning; that on
    • subject. On the other hand, Brentano does not discuss the phenomena
    • of will because he does not see enough difference to warrant him in
    • to the main issues Brentano does take the same stand as Aristotle.
    • body and the soul out of spiritual worlds. Thus far Brentano does not
    • Aristotle nor for Brentano does this imply that the spirit ceases to
    • obtain one. Since Aristotle does not assume reincarnation, it follows
    • incarnation. Aristotle's doctrine calls for reincarnation but does
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: II. Truth and Error in the Light of the Spiritual World.
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    • the spirit, on the ground that it does not enter the world in which
    • reason why we should take account of it, as it does not manifest
    • independent activity of the spirit, moving as it does in truth,
    • per se and taken alone does not necessarily prove anything
    • seriously enough. The existence of the world of truth as such does
    • Aristotle does not go about it right when he cites the objectivity of
    • The outer world as such, with its material content, does
    • already, nor does the inner world of truth, which might be a
    • accepting error. Something must enter in that does not pertain to the
    • matter. What does it tell us about the peculiar position of error in
    • Continual devotion to outer truth does not get us very
    • our head in the sand. This can, of course, be done, but it does not
    • sphere the spiritual human soul belongs. It does not exist as an
    • mentality. He says, “Deriving as it does from God, the human
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: III. Imagination--Imagination; Inspiration--Self-fulfillment; Intuition--Conscience.
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    • classed as perception is shown by the fact that it does not refer to
    • fluctuate and pass. An imagination of that sort does enter the
    • beyond the soul is singular. What does it suggest first of all? Well,
    • not will, because the will does not exist for ordinary consciousness,
    • closely. How does imagination first of all penetrate consciousness?
    • though it enters consciousness, enters the soul, it does so primarily
    • not until then does the essence of the beings stream into us as an
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: IV. Laws of Nature, Evolution of Consciousness and Repeated Earth Lives.
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    • Does our contentment, our feeling at home, really depend
    • we must make? Does it depend upon the house at all? Possibly its very
    • world does not weigh heavily, even when it appears ugly. It is
    • were, does it indeed destroy the health of the soul life. What we can
    • does that mean, that a man must learn to know himself through
    • does not progress, which by rights a man should answer himself, is
    • opposed by another, a world that corrects what man does badly as a
    • that the human being does not work together with his ego in sleep.
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    • is. Where in us does truth exist? Truth lives in that realm of our
    • wisdom-religions, What does it signify? Let me try to express it in
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    • power of the sun awakens anew after it seemed to have died, so does
    • is, the more does this rhythm decline. As the light disappears at
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of the Sun-Spirit as the Spirit of the Earth
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    • the time we know as Christmas, so does the soul of man descend at that
    • as does the seed of the plant for its blossoming in spring. What the
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    • Does it not cut to the very heart that we ourselves should be living
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    • taught to children at school. The mystery does not lie in the fact
    • within our own being. And where does it originate? In the experiences
    • rises up, unconsciously to-day, from our inmost being. Man does not
    • experiences the aftereffects of his life before birth, so does he also
  • Title: Lecture: On The Three Magi
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    • What does the disappearance of Osiris signify? It signifies the
  • Title: Lecture: The Revelation of the Cosmic Christ
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    • again with the Fathers. And what does this imply? It implies that in
    • expression for the other side of Eternity, because our language does
    • Being Who was Christ Jesus, Who does not address Himself to the blood
    • does not separate — so that Peace may arise among men on earth out of
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of Christ Within Us
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    • asks: Why does nothing in this picture-gallery portray the life of the
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 1: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • sufficient unto itself, as we might say. What does this mean? It means
    • others, so does the intellectual- or mind-soul. The forces necessary
    • this world. This world does indeed exist; but thought is not yet far
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 2: The Law of Karma with Respect to the Details of Life
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    • perhaps suggest: ‘Why does not the Anthroposophical Movement
    • able to convince himself? Why does the Anthroposophical Society adopt
    • ‘tabloid-knowledge!’ Although Anthroposophy does depend both
    • on knowledge and perception, it does not consist of mere
    • with it, and in allowing the teaching to work upon one's soul. It does
    • it really does represent this law.
    • no use; I have just met a young man to whom it does not apply:’
    • The above-mentioned case does not of course exhaust all the
    • does not suffice merely to write a little book entitled ‘There is
    • it upon themselves, that it is their fate; but that alone does not
    • for instance, as we feel when we cut our finger. Why does that hurt?
    • Now, suppose we die. How does the case stand then? — We must then
    • tendency.’ No man is considered an educated man to-day who does
    • When a person does not know what to make of himself, most people say
    • body. If, however, a man does not strengthen the spiritual core of his
    • does not build up strength in his spiritual nature. If he does this, a
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 3: The Entrance of the Christ-Being into the Evolution of Humanity
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    • does Indian philosophy, with the year 3101 before our era. The Age was
    • of others, does he stimulate them to feel themselves in him. He will
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 4: The Sermon on the Mount
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    • less describe an astral body so far developed that it does not merely
    • being, at a definite stage of his evolution, does not always display
    • entered humanity through the ego-nature — as indeed it still does
    • — it does not, however, enter all at once, but rather in such a
    • Spiritual Standpoint! — What does this mean?
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    • grasped a polarity or a truth in one of its aspects, that does not by
    • being of man which does not in some way relate to what can be found in
    • the same relation to each other as the Sun does to the Earth in our
    • evolution does not, of course, apply to the ‘human being.’
    • materialistic age does. A man and woman each possesses an astral body
    • The Spiritual behind the material form does not look like that,
    • world is Maya,’ but a man cannot grasp its meaning, if he does
    • does to-day, for it will then see that a certain deep, yet more
    • others that are more so and quite out of drawing. This does not apply
    • does the human body even approximately correspond to truth. As regards
    • one does not feel firmly fastened into it, identifying oneself
    • wandering as it does in cosmic space regardless of the other laws of
    • spirit does not admit of this. That is mobile, and when we form ideas,
    • does not mean a descent into matter, but rather the driving of that
    • understand this decision; if he does not, that means that he has not
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 6: The Birth of Conscience
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    • innocence of conscience! How does it speak? It speaks in the same way
    • in the simplest and most primitive of men, as it does in the most
    • power as does the Spiritual-Soul itself when it appears; but yet with
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 7: The Further Development of Conscience
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    • This does not merely come from the limitations of a narrow soul, but
    • Pauline Epistles, but as the author of The Christ Myth does not
    • that he does not base his assertions on a personal acquaintance with
    • Christ which St. Paul had [and which Drews does not attempt to deny],
    • earlier conceptions is that he does not represent a God hovering in
    • does not require much theological or critical erudition to refute it;
    • such and such a day does not harmonise with our ideas! Can we,
    • public; for one or more decades what he or she does may be quite
    • Theosophy which does not provide the means of understanding
    • for it does not concern itself with what benefits the individual alone
    • developing, eventually become? How does conscience stand, if we regard
    • emphasises something else: ‘Man does not see the truth when he
    • looks with his eyes; he does not see the reality when he looks at what
    • illusion.’ Whether you call this the Fall, as the Bible does, or
    • parts. What does the world know to-day of the fact that in one part of
    • could not alarm as Kant does: ‘The thing-in-itself is
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    • ego, does he encounter a firm point of reference. I need only mention
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    • The remarkable thing is that one does not experience the events in
    • being begin over and over from infancy? Why does he not come into the
    • Let us consider the child. As yet he does not live fully on the
    • does Goethe make use of the expression, “to become young”
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    • anew the next morning. Anyone who does not hold this senseless view
    • does knowledge of the ‘I’ gradually awaken in the child?”
    • does the child pass out of the ego-filled ideas and mental pictures?
    • dawns in the child, but what has been going on up to this point does
    • What does it mean to work at the development of the “I?”
    • Man's consciousness does not, however, extend directly to his
    • from there, we cannot have an astral body. What does that mean? It
    • domain of the occultism studied here is there anything that does not
    • the sphere of the forces of Mercury. What form does this difference
    • disposition of soul. If he lacked a moral sense in life, he does come
    • things, but in fact they are one and the same. Why does a feeling of
    • But if one asks oneself, “How does there enter into me that
    • the greatest calamity. For I could imagine that such a person does
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    • initiation or by going through the portal of death. Mostly one does
    • soul, which in the spiritual world is creative, does not quite have
    • world but which does not yet reveal itself in a marked way. I refer
    • necessary for us to feel equally glad when someone else can and does
    • the gate of death, where does he feel himself to be?” One can
    • writings? Providing one does not reject a religion, is what is not to
    • progress. His harmful influence does not extend beyond the Sun
    • unfold his activity as it was before the severance. He does not
  • Title: Life Between ... V: Life Between Death and Rebirth 1
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    • although it can only be done in outline. This does not mean that what
    • positions of the planets. An explanation of what does not apparently
    • adherents of the Monistic Union, with its creed that does not promote
    • because community does not arise there of itself. This is also an
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    • there. It is not that one does not approach such beings. A man may
    • environment, and yet the instinctive longing to do so does arise at
    • subconsciousness. This does not rise powerfully into our upper
    • comes to anthroposophy and is enthusiastic about it, the other does
    • zealous anthroposophist, the other does not wish to hear anything
    • environment, the latter does not remain uninfluenced by it in his
    • subconscious does not show a leaning towards spiritual science. It is
    • through intellectual combination, but in most cases he does not
    • regarded as unimportant. An intelligent person does not attach undue
    • importance to the fact that he knows or does not know something
  • Title: Life Between ... VII: The Working of Karma in Life After Death
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    • occultly considered, feelings are a mirror image of a realm that does
    • another. Yet this interpenetration does not mean togetherness. The
    • sphere of change does remain that is in the relationship of the dead
    • When spiritual science does not remain mere theory but becomes a life
    • starting point. What does man know about the world? Remarkably little
    • means of sense perception. But there is much else that does not
    • happen and yet is of considerable importance. What does this mean?
    • starry heavens may be found. In fact, our brain does contain an
  • Title: Life Between ... VIII: Between Death and a New Birth
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    • substrata love can express itself as hate. One does find such cases
    • There is much that does not happen in life, and yet we should reckon
    • such events among the possibilities. Does the individual know how
    • these things? A sleeping man, of course, does live. He is somewhat
    • does on the plant. But it is not only the sun that plays a part in
    • bringing forth and sustaining vegetation. The moon does also. Without
    • influence. Our ego does what the sun would do otherwise. We are
    • what does man enter after death? He plunges into the spiritual substance
    • does the ego of man penetrate into the substance of the Sun Spirit. Man
    • This does in fact occur, not physically but spiritually. Because the Christ
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    • indeterminate feeling. But out of what depths of the soul does this
    • belongs to him. How does a person go through the world? One person
    • does this to him, the other that; he likes the one, dislikes the
    • other. He does not know that he himself is the cause of what comes to
    • does not occur to him, for otherwise he would feel, “You have
    • add that spiritual science does not exclude the reality of outer
    • For instance, someone might say, “Here is a man. Why does he
    • art always does this — has its origin in the super-sensible
    • world. A person who brings artistic gifts into the world does so
    • spiritual world, and so does the need that is experienced in the
  • Title: Life Between ... X: Anthroposophy as the Quickener of Feeling and of Life
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    • Man knows little about the physical world. How does he gain knowledge
    • by the falling roof. Imagine this quite vividly! It does happen that
    • time without being noticed. When one does become aware of them they
    • “Where does that come from that arises in my soul?” It
    • This does not refer to the regular occurrence of death but to events
    • compensation. If one remains ignorant of the reason, one does in fact
    • differently if one understands it than if one does not.
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    • Something else, however, does intervene. A man who goes through life
    • does not see them, and they are not aware of him. This is true of the
    • it does not repeat itself in other realms. The creative powers have
    • can expand this sphere. Thus it can and does happen that one meets an
    • could happen does not come to pass. In life we consider the external
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    • thinks it through it simply does not hold. This is a typical example
    • other ways does the life between death and rebirth, and therefore
    • real devotion providing his karma does not entirely preclude it.
    • finding fault is based on a lack of insight that does not enable us
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    • entirely at an end. This does not preclude the fact that it is within
    • who does not complete a work such as Pandora, but every
    • from Mars. So the position of the planets really does indicate what
    • Spiritual science approaches him. He is receptive to it and does not
    • he combines with this knowledge a concept of his dignity that does
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    • Today the old religious confession does not suffice. Souls who seek
    • soul life. Man does not know much of what lives in his soul and often
    • differently prepared if he does not again condemn himself to
    • does not gain such a connection and one is nevertheless initiated,
    • world. There is only one thing that does not exist there, one thing
    • does that the physical body is inherited. Today science cannot see
    • others, but it does not mean that because of this you are aware of
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    • never death itself. Death does not exist in the realms beyond the
    • worlds, but loneliness does arise. Loneliness in the super-sensible
    • Here on earth man does not truly know himself. Science teaches us
    • is only the outer aspect. On earth man does not live in himself. He
    • mission of Christianity does not consist in bringing dogma to people.
    • Naturally the Buddhist smiles at a confession that does not even
    • souls. Death does not exist in the world beyond.
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    • souls. In fact, one may ask, “What does such a soul perceive
  • Title: Lecture I: Human and Cosmic Thought
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    • yourself that hidden within it there may be something else which does
    • triangle does not exist. It is a word that embraces the single
    • does stand at a boundary-line. But this applies only to conventional
    • When does one speak to people of “thoughts”? When, for
    • continual external and internal motion; otherwise one does not come
    • brilliant thinkers, and for a long time one does not see where the
    • way, but it does not. It cannot behave as a waterfall, but runs down
    • second stream would behave just as the first stream does if it were
    • simply that he does not notice it! And history is so complicated that
    • prohibits logic. One can quite understand that he does prohibit it.
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    • these findings, he does not ponder over them, but he is quite pleased
    • the tailor's or his shoes at the shoemaker's. He does not say: “It
    • does certainly seem rather grotesque if one imagines that the
    • world-conceptions, does one not have over and over again the
    • of Haeckel, or of this or that (karma, as I have already said, does
    • Realism, and it was equally so with Nominalism. How does this
    • ways: first as a man does in the course of his life through the
    • does not pass over into “two”. It must always be taken as
    • not hold good in a sphere to which it does not belong. Anyone,
    • Pneumatism does the same. Certainly, anyone who wishes to deliberate
    • A person with this outlook does not come so far as to picture to
    • Spiritist does, but he reflects in the world upon the spiritual
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    • “ideal”, on his lips, but does not know much about
    • does the world unveil its secrets. One may look all round about and
    • cannot show me the truth. How does Logicism help me to a
    • world-picture? ... In Logicism the nature of the world does not
    • and into those depths one does not look when the soul wills, but, on
    • being of things lies hidden; but he does not suppose that this
    • essential nature of things can flow into his soul, as does the
    • a thing is transcendent, but that it does not enter into the soul —
    • Transcendentalist does. He can say; “The essential nature of
    • sense-appearance, in Maya, the essential nature of things does not
    • does not exactly fit in with this account, it is
    • constellation of Mathematism. This may happen. When it does happen, a
    • ourselves. So does a widespread Anthropomorphism arise in the world.
    • something that present-day science does not do — then one comes
    • through the twelve spiritual Zodiacal signs. All this does exist,
    • physically, so truly does this other universe exist spiritually.
    • part of the spiritual cosmos does not act on the physical brain at
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    • Hence the ordinary astrological “nativity” does not come
    • does the Sun to Venus. With regard to its mood the soul has
    • soul does not try to move forward in this way. But because it cannot
    • stands under the influence of the work of thinking, so does the whole
    • does it mean? It means that through an earlier incarnation Nietzsche
    • Thus does the collectivity of the Hierarchies speak in the cosmos!
    • Spiritual Science. What does he do in consequence? Whereas he could
    • claim universal validity must be strongly repulsed. The world does
    • he is.” Yes, indeed, the kind of philosophy a man has does
    • shows even as does the previously quoted saying
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    • yourself that hidden within it there may be something else which does
    • triangle does not exist. It is a word that embraces the single
    • does stand at a boundary-line. But this applies only to conventional
    • When does one speak to people of “thoughts”? When, for
    • continual external and internal motion; otherwise one does not come
    • brilliant thinkers, and for a long time one does not see where the
    • way, but it does not. It cannot behave as a waterfall, but runs down
    • second stream would behave just as the first stream does if it were
    • simply that he does not notice it! And history is so complicated that
    • prohibits logic. One can quite understand that he does prohibit it.
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    • these findings, he does not ponder over them, but he is quite pleased
    • the tailor's or his shoes at the shoemaker's. He does not say: “It
    • does certainly seem rather grotesque if one imagines that the
    • world-conceptions, does one not have over and over again the
    • of Haeckel, or of this or that (karma, as I have already said, does
    • Realism, and it was equally so with Nominalism. How does this
    • ways: first as a man does in the course of his life through the
    • does not pass over into “two”. It must always be taken as
    • not hold good in a sphere to which it does not belong. Anyone,
    • Pneumatism does the same. Certainly, anyone who wishes to deliberate
    • A person with this outlook does not come so far as to picture to
    • Spiritist does, but he reflects in the world upon the spiritual
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    • “ideal”, on his lips, but does not know much about
    • does the world unveil its secrets. One may look all round about and
    • cannot show me the truth. How does Logicism help me to a
    • world-picture? ... In Logicism the nature of the world does not
    • and into those depths one does not look when the soul wills, but, on
    • being of things lies hidden; but he does not suppose that this
    • essential nature of things can flow into his soul, as does the
    • a thing is transcendent, but that it does not enter into the soul —
    • Transcendentalist does. He can say; “The essential nature of
    • sense-appearance, in Maya, the essential nature of things does not
    • does not exactly fit in with this account, it is
    • constellation of Mathematism. This may happen. When it does happen, a
    • ourselves. So does a widespread Anthropomorphism arise in the world.
    • something that present-day science does not do — then one comes
    • through the twelve spiritual Zodiacal signs. All this does exist,
    • physically, so truly does this other universe exist spiritually.
    • part of the spiritual cosmos does not act on the physical brain at
  • Title: Lecture IV: Human and Cosmic Thought
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    • Hence the ordinary astrological “nativity” does not come
    • does the Sun to Venus. With regard to its mood the soul has
    • soul does not try to move forward in this way. But because it cannot
    • stands under the influence of the work of thinking, so does the whole
    • does it mean? It means that through an earlier incarnation Nietzsche
    • Thus does the collectivity of the Hierarchies speak in the cosmos!
    • Spiritual Science. What does he do in consequence? Whereas he could
    • claim universal validity must be strongly repulsed. The world does
    • he is.” Yes, indeed, the kind of philosophy a man has does
    • shows even as does the previously quoted saying
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    • the question: Where does the Spirit come from? — That can never
    • be the question. It is only possible to ask: Where does matter come
    • into matter and is hardened there. Thus does the astral body —
    • three stages: Form, Life, Consciousness. Only from Consciousness does
    • of dispersing. What then does life do? It sets itself again and again
    • that life does not show what characterises the process of death —
    • the disintegration in itself. Far more does it ever and again rescue
    • awaken to consciousness. Or does no life exist which in every moment
    • up by the plant as bearer of internal life-processes, so long does no
    • therefore that first glimmers there in the substance? In what does
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Evil
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    • little of evil; materialism simply does not concern itself with evil.
    • higher; an ascetic fleeing from the world does not serve
    • The astral body does not indeed stand higher. It is the “enjoyer”
    • of error, so does love struggle to the heights only out of error, so
    • does love struggle to the heights only out of conflict.
    • the name of their leader, Lucifer. How does Lucifer work upon man?
    • bridge between wisdom and love. Thus does wisdom first mingle with
    • ever would the Evil do, and ever does the Good.”
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    • words are; they have no idea that there does exist a solution to the
    • Europe does not follow simply his impulses and desires; he has
    • word “poison”. What is a poison and how does anything
    • to make it strong. Only when it produces strong human beings does
    • does not assert itself by mere logic. It is not to be merely
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    • us as a teaching which does not tell us merely what is the connection
    • often bent, becomes slack in time. So, from what the bow does and from
    • purely external point of view. He who does not do so can never arrive
    • years does not manifest itself until the very evening of life. A man
    • recollections of life begin, which does not coincide with my birth,
    • In ordinary life a person does not seek a connection between cause and
    • when something happens to him in later life, he does not look for the
    • altered again. He does not recollect the time between death and
    • remains within him, and although he does not know that he must do such
    • are the comets. Now, the substance of a comet does not obey the laws
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    • books on philosophy you may read that he did so. It is true he does
    • self-consciousness; nevertheless he does say that the animal is
    • respect. Think how the beaver builds its complicated dwelling. It does
    • The question may now arise: How does it come about that when a human
    • brought with him more abundant powers, which he does not bring today.
    • does now. In the beginning when the Earth was still united to the Sun,
    • The person who thinks in this way thinks much too abstractly. He does
    • already has the capacity to feel pain but does not yet possess the
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    • one does not go to work in a fantastic way, one cannot well speak of
    • outside does not react on the etheric body but leaves it untouched,
    • does the astral body come into action, and this action is such that it
    • the more does a being open itself to the external world. Thus the
    • If we now pass on from animals to man, a new element arises. Man does
    • animal does not have such experiences, it cannot, of course, take
    • imprints itself on his physical body also. How does this come about?
    • We may approach the matter in still another way. We may ask: Does
    • let us pass over to what on the whole does not come to consciousness,
    • inner organs in the finer organisation. Something is there which does
    • more does the astral body imprint itself into the etheric body and
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: The Curability and Incurability of Diseases in Relation to Karma
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    • does it come about that one succeeds in overcoming the disease and
    • is, however, impossible — because the rest of his karma does not
    • supports him in this. It does not work into the human individuality.
    • of a disease does not depress us, as though the world contained only
    • what is imperfect and evil. The conception of karma does not paralyse
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Natural and Accidental Illness in Relationship to Karma
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    • brought about? Or better, why does it take place? And why in some
    • experience in regard to right or wrong emotions, that all this does
    • does not coincide with consciousness, but rather with an excitability
    • of the inner soul, which the patient does not wish to admit even to
    • does not greatly appreciate, and when we are driven to some act from
    • does Ahriman act on the other?
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    • experience their inner nature. But this does not happen, for at the
    • astral body penetrated further into the other members than it does
    • at the whole process from another aspect. When does this happen? It
    • astral body does what we otherwise do upon awakening, namely pushes
    • morning. Does any consciousness arise when we become ill?
    • constitutes illness, but the inverse does not hold. That illness may
    • degree of consciousness infinitely more vague, which does not attain
    • closes. Pain is not connected with it. What does the irritant produce?
    • down into this deep degree of consciousness, the person does not know
    • In this case the consciousness does not descend to the degree at which
    • consciousness which does not come into your astral experience, which
    • sleep consciousness, but is not, however, such, that it does not lead
    • but is so vague that the person does not perceive it. This does not
    • judgement and as the ordinary day-consciousness. This does not imply
    • very stupid. Why does a person in his normal consciousness know
    • deeply that it does not dip intensely enough into his astral body; but
    • if it does, then pain appears, and through the pain he knows that he
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    • offers are insufficient. External science does not provide us with the
    • part in this as a consequence of the luciferic influence? But how does
    • the liver because it does not hurt. By this it is indicated that
    • These forces are not within our Earth evolution. Thus does Lucifer
    • and Dhyanis — the name does not matter. Within these beings took
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    • He will nevertheless see a distorted image. In the same way does it
    • aware of it. But this does not necessarily mean that we are inactive
    • which is entirely materialistic. Modern man does not think that he is
    • How does this agree with our statement that if someone seeks an
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Karmic Effects Of Our Experiences As Men and Women. Death and Birth In Relationship to Karma
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    • How does it affect the karmic course, if through some kind of measures
    • ‘influencing’ does not mean that we have removed it, but
    • empty, realises the void, and in the end does not know what to seek in
    • more spirituality. She does not penetrate so deeply into matter, but keeps
    • does not penetrate so profoundly into matter, and especially keeps her
    • soul life, and what he does absorb does not so deeply. We have an
    • characterise certain facts: Whence does a cock derive his beautiful
    • This will demonstrate that intellectuality does not penetrate very
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    • intervention. What does this signify and in what way is such a fact
    • to the question, ‘Of what does matter consist? What is the
    • sees anything that does not belong to this category. You know, too,
    • fluid substance. Therefore it does not depend upon what is in a
    • to us does not come out of an inner constitution, but that the manner
    • Let us now consider the other question: ‘Of what does the soul
    • ‘magnetic healing.’ What does the healer communicate to the
    • sound kernel. Anthroposophy does not exist in order to attack a
    • connections, some suffering may not properly be lessened, this does
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    • with each other, and we must further enquire: ‘What relation does
    • before him as an ideal. Does there exist a movement in human evolution
    • passions may play a part in it. Nowhere does Lucifer play a greater
    • reflect that it does not depend upon human will that Ahriman fastens
    • a love which does not remain in mankind alone, but penetrates right
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    • that the experience does not whirl in upon it with tragic vehemence,
    • does not exist in worlds of radiant truth.
    • the physical plane can be understood if one does not keep this occult
    • It does not need too much of emphasis
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    • had already been designed before they entered it — this does
    • man who does not see into the spiritual world and has no
    • upon human thinking in a very real way — nevertheless, he does!
    • enticed him into this, only he doesn't notice it. For Ahriman,
    • must be watchful that he does not tempt us in the way I have
    • forces, he does away with one side altogether.
    • freedom, which he does, for instance, in his philosophy. From this
    • mankind, insofar as this is not pure positivism — that is, does
    • Lucifer does the opposite: he takes what is soul feeling in the
    • Nature and its laws take care that in everyday life man does not
    • But nature does not permit us to use the ostrich strategy in her
    • doesn't see are not there. Materialistic minds believe that the
    • for the spiritual world does not cease to exist merely because they
    • of this kind, one who does not conduct himself according to the laws
    • the physical sense world does not tell itself: “Here you may
    • he does not willingly say: This comes from ambition or from vanity —
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    • develop no feeling of self in the elemental world if he does not
    • exert his will, if he himself does not do the “willing.”
    • world our thinking can be completely stupid and this does not harm us
    • does this? It is something we can call sympathy and antipathy. Out of
    • when a person is a bit neurotic does he run away from certain colors,
    • adapts itself correctly to the requirements of each world and does
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    • because the person does not recognize it, he takes it for a
    • so quickly that it does not come fully to consciousness and yet can
    • raise objections. But one does not meet the objections of those who
    • complicated, there is a great deal in the subconscious that does not
    • image and does not distinguish between idea and actual perception can
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    • For this he doesn't need another person. In fact, he can think best
    • does not have to be clairvoyant but need only look at the
    • loneliness of thought. An individual does not speak a language of his
    • it generally does work back on it. If you look at how things have
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    • rightly understands dance, one does so on the basis of fundamental
    • second self acts inspiringly in man's nature. What does it inspire?
    • realm as it does in the physical or in the elemental worlds. All of
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    • intrigues. He comes in, looks at his desk — and what does he
    • as it were, experiencing the higher world. But how does he experience
    • Thomasius; he doesn't get beyond this stage in the Portal. Everything
    • Johannes's achieving impressions of earlier earth lives. This does
    • concerns, running as it does counter to the world order. This
    • does not at once attain to the other self, he is met by the Other
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    • that really outdoes everything imaginable in grotesque erudition —
    • other for the striving soul at the threshold and the soul simply does
    • contain genuine pictures of that world but does not contain the most
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    • But how does the matter stand, when the occult observer, he who really
    • when Summer is approaching in the north. But that does not alter the
    • they rise and pass out into the cosmos. He does not see them move to
    • these figures down below of which one does not know whether they are
    • persons. What does it teach us? It teaches us that the same
    • investigates and does not merely compare in a superficial way —
    • Whoever looks to-day at the reproductions of his pictures, does not
    • sympathies and ideas that belonged to him. What has been said does
    • does things which he could not do before. If we examine matters
    • reality than the outer consciousness. Does it matter at all whether
    • does not matter whether an experience takes place in
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    • with all the means at our disposal; for only then does spiritual
    • revealed, and that it is only our reflection that does not go far
    • place we find when we encounter a person who does not want to develop
    • world of the spirit lives in him and does not live in others. You
    • that he sees them, whereas the other does not. The one bears them
    • within him and sees them, the other bears them within him and does
    • Just as the existence of a rose does not depend on whether man sees
    • does not see it; the distinction consists in the fact that the one
    • sees it and the other does not. Thus the fact is that there live in
    • “wolf-hood” does not exist externally in the world. That
    • as the group-soul, does not exist apart from our ideas, has but to
    • animal world that is without does live within him. One might say
    • connection the clairvoyant does not differ from other men. What is in
    • and the other does not. The whole world of which I have spoken is
    • really within the soul of every man, only the ordinary man does not
    • which does not rise beyond a certain threshold and which only faintly
    • disappears, does not sink away into nothingness; it merges with the
    • second point, to the danger of the visionary life. What does the
    • truth, who does not select what is right for him, and extinguish by
    • far the greater number of the visions! What does such a person do? He
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    • when he does find his way and is thus in a position to know how to act
    • present age than does Greece. Many souls among us are seeking the
    • it does seem that the Romans, thanks to the force that works by
    • possible the birth of human intelligence and language, so does the
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    • fifteenth century. It does not matter whether something occurs a few
    • which man moves as freely as he does only in his intellect. That,
    • down into the bodily nature. This life of imagination, which does not
    • With Boehme all is of the soul and, when he wants to write, he does
    • inclined to receive this slow stream of knowledge. He does not find it
    • When he sets out to investigate anything, he does so with thoroughness
    • akin to that of Renan in his domain. Strauss, however, does not turn
    • into one personality. Jesus does not concern him at all. The only
    • that lives in mankind. Where does this myth forming power arise?
    • Strauss does not see Jesus in the single individual, but rather the
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    • even when it does not convey exactly pleasant matters, because these
    • that man does not understand certain things that thrust themselves
    • he himself does and sets going, has but feeble reflections of what is
    • is one of the forces that does great service to his natural impulse.
    • we seek remains false and seductive if it does not go hand in hand
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    • history does — this, too, has often been spoken of here and
    • unchanged and just about the same. Such a view does not hold good for
    • that a spiritual world exists, surrounding us just as does what we see
    • to the conviction that a spiritual world does exist in our
    • one does not know about the living but the dead. Thus, all these
    • only with what is really dead and does not live on with the living
    • One only gives such things their rightful place if one does not merely
    • does not depend on moral qualities. In ancient times, this was
    • This Chinese, Ku Hung Ming, does not proceed in this way. He says,
    • all that leads to sympathy and antipathy simply does not exist. In the
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    • know the implications of the problem “How does man enter the
    • a way that does not accord with the forces of the good and the moral.
    • avoided,” does not obsess us, but that we confront these powers
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    • Knights Templar, much that does not belong — perhaps even
    • Goethean and un-Goethean. For Herman Grimm does not write in a
    • delightful to see from outside, but one does not see into his heart.
    • Thus, in ploughing, something was dug up and even the aged man does
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    • their meditating upon what happens does not signify much because the
    • the most part, official history does not desire to look into the inner
    • there; one does not criticize; one adapts oneself to it and lets it
    • stand. But neither does one allow the subject to be broached in
    • divorced, stands at the source and results in a mood in which one does
    • does one find the right connection.
    • is because he does not join those who take the Oath of Supremacy; that
    • is, does not recognize the separation of the English Church from Rome.
    • in itself does not tell us much; it is only to make things clear.
    • movement of its own. In any case, it does not move around the earth
    • draw this line here and bring the sun back again, the point does not
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    • does not lie within the consciousness of mankind. In his consciousness
    • thinks, but he does not want this knowledge, which is rooted in the
    • skin and muscle and nerve, but does not cut the super-sensible etheric
    • reason does today, was done by those human beings out of the
  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture II: The Michael Path to Christ: A Christmas Lecture
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    • associated with Christmas, though it does indeed seem so to me, when I
    • do contradict one another. He who does not press forward today to a
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    • only in a very fine state. Man does not notice how the Will pulsates
    • corpse in some way or other, it does not matter whether by cremation
    • own way it carries on what our human Will does partially to our
    • as the greatest illusion. What does the man of the present day really
    • World-Conception. But ask him if he does not think that the earth as
    • in quite a different way from what he does at the present day. Man
    • takes possession of us. This knowledge does not work in such a shadowy
    • way as our intellectual knowledge does. It is taken far more from
    • as he does in the social life of today. This is one of the ruses, one
    • lifting the Gospels off their hinges? What does such an investigator
    • one, who does not wish in any way to come to an understanding with us.
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    • Science, through contemplation of the great Cosmic events. How does
    • were dedicated. How does the case stand today? Today the Ego is empty
    • inevitable future. What does this representative of religion really
    • the speaker does not wish to differentiate, takes the place of
    • experience!” You see, apart from the fact that Gogarten does not
    • backs up this Jesuit? A Jesuit does not merely represent his personal
    • view. We must ask whether anyone who deals with truth as this man does
  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture V: The Dogma of Revelation and the Dogma of Experience. The Spiritual Mark of the Present Time. A New Year Contemplation.
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    • of year, expressing as it does symbolically the meeting of past and
    • deep need in the German nature. It does not enter our mind to wish to
    • does not appeal to experience, but appeals instead to a Spiritual
    • because he does not recognize that salvation lies in the state of
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    • present time, standing as it does in the midst of the thoughts of
    • thinking, which does not make use of the physical organism, we cannot
    • Just as the outer air enters our lungs through inhalation so does the
    • And out of inspiration-knowledge we see that just as the sun does not
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    • In what then does the process consist that was described as the
    • Anthroposophy does not lead to irreligion but to a religious life in
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    • it appeals too predominantly to the scientific mind, and that it does
    • perceive it as it does an ordinary animal. When the soul's eye is
    • Gemüt. But if man does understand it with his
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    • against whom he does battle. I indicated that this Dragon has an
    • disappearing, that life does not exact from the majority of men the
    • the stove and then complains that the room doesn't get warm. Yet all
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    • natural-scientific mode of thought. Now, Staudenmaier does not exactly
    • human beings the dream remains an experience that does not pass over
    • constraint of the laws of nature, exactly as does the world of dreams.
    • and to speak of the physical sunlight merely as does the modern
    • Again we ask, What does this picture express? The answer will never be
    • Oh, what does our abstract science amount to, no matter how accurately
    • knowledge! Man bears within him the animal nature, and truly he does
    • naturally it does not — it was good and right according to the
    • perception, even in scientific observation, does not affect us very
    • arises might be mere recollections, this would only prove that he does
    • does not rain, they have to stay below. Now, the materialist of today
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    • space. But only in this way does it become possible to feel the outer
    • summer, winter shows us dying life. But what does this dying life of
    • act upon the earth spirits from the planetary system does so in
    • the term “to develop spirituality” does not mean to become
    • exalting way. But when this does occur our Gemüt will
    • What does Easter represent in the year's festivals? It is a festival
    • find resurrection in death. But Christianity does not end with the
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    • time. It does not often happen, however, that people come together in
    • further, but to give himself up to his memories. If he does this, and
    • disappointed, for it does not happen in that way; you must pay
    • attention to what really does occur. What may really occur is, for
    • you see the dawn: “The dawn does not leave me alone. It is not
    • will feel that the sun does not leave you alone, the sun is not there
    • If you develop this feeling which, as we have said, does
    • over into and moulds the physical body; and so markedly does this
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    • somewhat superficial one must admit that man does carry inherited
    • warmth, because warmth does not penetrate into them from outside.
    • within them that with which the physicist does not concern himself we
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    • from the change of teeth onwards does the child grow in such a way
    • become silent also if one does not tell them something of that
    • Copernican world-conception does not hold good, but this stream
    • actually does go from east to west, following the course of the sun
    • sleep your life does not merely consist in being merged with the
    • does not become so severe as to produce a frosty feeling the head
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    • of the darkness and the sunlight does not confuse you, you can see
    • would decay just as a finger does if it is cut off from the man's
    • relationship with that which is metallic, even if he does not go down
    • does not perfectly correspond
    • say, yes, but he does not understand the import of what he is saying.
    • It does not matter to you whether the speaker understands or not, so
    • in human blood; but iron is the only metal of this kind that does
    • even with those concerning which our coarse physiology does not
    • course that is quite correct as far as it goes. It does become softer
    • something is being thrown off that does not go beyond a certain
    • cosmos as it does to perceive the karmic connection of successive
    • other, and the one does not exist without the other. For this reason
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    • (sea-weed) or even like a palm. But it shoots up. It does not grow
    • no idea; nevertheless they are absolutely true. Does it not
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    • continually transformed. It does not remain. The air which is driven
    • this stage of evolution he does not feel himself as a tiny man
    • feels as taking place within himself. But how does he feel this
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    • because the German word “Gluck” does not give the right
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    • tendency to be contented with a relationship to the world which does
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    • air and breathing, and he who thinks this does not belong to him,
    • should also think his mouth does not belong to him, but that his body
    • this study one makes anatomical maps. That does not require much
    • much attention, but it does not demand much. But formerly the pupil
    • Man has a thought. The thought does not remain within the skin of the
    • the more does that obscure itself towards which one would hasten in
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    • substances of nature he does not carry in his being; this was
    • which he does not carry within him. If we were to try and find these
    • riddle was reached in the question: How does it come about that man
    • substances which we can also find in outer nature, but does not, for
    • anatomist does when he dissects the corpse in the anatomical theatre
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    • again silver about the Moon, in so far as she does not stand in close
    • answer the question: “How much does a man give us of the
    • elements of warmth and air, how much does he take from us of the
    • fashions a man and that which he does when he stands in the world and
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    • from those Mysteries of which Aristotle does not speak, but to which
    • does today: “That is copper; that is a constituent of the
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    • of today. One does not understand the mood of soul of such a man of
    • acid; and he does not merely require these substances, he also
    • time, standing before his retort, asked himself: How does the
    • arrangement, how does this process take place in man?
    • And the second question was this: How does this process
    • evil man. That does not matter a bit. He has the formulae and can
    • means if he does not reveal them to you. Just imagine for a moment
    • true Alchemy did not then depend as it does today on a man's
    • formic acid it does not help him; but the moment you give him oxalic
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    • aware of this fact — one does not always realize what an
    • thoroughly receptive. Oxygen does not affect or alter gold. This
    • does lie at the basis of the true ancient alchemy. And this ancient
    • as inner impulses of history if he does not know of this conflict
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    • historical evolution of humanity, who does not take the point
    • scientific investigation does not lead to the same things that
    • instance, the structure of the human brain. Perhaps it does not
    • genuine Herbartian who does not concern himself with the brain
    • greater measure that the outer structure of the brain does,
    • the brain itself, a life of soul over and above this does not
    • feeling, there is already a hitch, and that is why he does not
    • any process of will that does not find its expression in
    • does in fact reckon with the human being as a column of fluid,
    • or whether it does not proceed merely as if he were a being
    • today. This does not imply an attack on such research. The only
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    • organizations. The astral organization does not penetrate
    • directly into the solid and the fluid. It does, however,
    • organization to that which does not directly lay hold of the
    • physiology of the animal kingdom reveal that the animal does
    • organs. I am referring here to something that does not take its
    • microscopy does not lead so far. The curious thing is that if
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    • nerve-sense system working from above downward does not
    • concerns us is the rhythmic human being, which does not get
    • life. Nor does the action of breathing get tired. So when it is
    • side of the head does not meet them properly. The result of
    • does in order that the human being can come into existence, can
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    • say, we are speaking of the initial plant, vitalization does
    • would obviously be crushed. The brain does not rest upon its
    • balance does not prevail, if either the etheric or the astral
    • What does flatulence indicate to one who has insight into the
    • does not distribute itself properly in the organism; hence it
    • does not work into the metabolism as it should but recoils on
    • is nothing in the human organism that does not belong to the
    • entire organism and that does not interact with other organs.
    • nerve activity that the organism does not use for formative
    • organization in general is not less active, but it does not
    • does not reach sufficiently to the periphery. The result is
    • fleeting and does not work properly in the transformation of
    • does it express itself? Above all, what is coursing through the
    • material does not lie fallow without reaching the renal
    • organism does not wish to be absolutely cured but only to be
    • does indeed lead to certain goals, but with this method a great
    • in motion, the verdict will be that it does indeed help. And
    • between what does and does not help.
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    • instinct, but you will see that this understanding, if it does not wish to
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    • want to express myself in a simple way — does not have time to know
    • in spiritual science does not occur because the spiritual investigator
    • For an individual who doesn't simply grasp knowledge aggressively but
    • with physical illnesses we have a soul-spiritual element that does not
    • should certainly not be pursued abstractly. Anyone who does not
    • rare enough! Spiritual science does not incessantly speak about
    • What does that mean — spiritualism in the material realm? It means
    • spiritualism is materialism, masked materialism, which does not even
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    • soul-spiritual develops in such a way that it does not take sufficient
    • place in the nerve-sense system. Such an opinion does not hold up
    • of balance by entirely natural laws so that the beam does not rest on
    • within itself, does not simply exist in a state of balanced rest but
    • process of plant formation active within him, so that he doesn't
    • they pour themselves downward, and the rhythmic system does not press
    • anthroposophically oriented spiritual science does not wish to
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    • phosphorus. (This does not actually need to be done; in elementary
    • spiritual perception it also has an etheric body, but it does not
    • life this does not come so strongly into consideration, but it must be
    • acquired, prejudiced skepticism. One simply receives them. One doesn't
    • say, “I believe them,” nor does one rashly refuse them; rather one
    • like the one who uses the magnet to shoe his horse, who therefore does
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    • does not take the point of view that perfection has been reached and
    • does not lead to the same things that can be examined under the
    • for instance, the structure of the human brain. It does not perhaps
    • I, as a genuine Herbartian who does not concern himself with the
    • measure that the physical structure of the brain does, indeed,
    • soul over and above this does not seem to be necessary. The only
    • he does not speak of feelings as independent entities, but only
    • process of will which does not find its expression in demolition,
    • yourselves quite honestly whether physiology does in fact reckon with
    • man as a column of fluid, or whether it does not proceed merely as if
    • is founded upon the Spirit, then, and only then, does it assume its
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    • organisation does not penetrate directly into the solids and the
    • fluids. It does, however, directly penetrate the airy organisation.
    • name of astral organisation to that which does not directly penetrate
    • does not eliminate the nature of the substances introduced to its
    • referring here to something that does not take its start from the
    • embryological research into cell-fission, science does not study the
    • science does not speak of the cell as it speaks of the human being,
    • because microscopy does not lead so far. The curious thing is that if
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    • from above downwards does not rightly harmonise with the radiations
    • is the rhythmic system, which does not tire. If it were to
    • through the whole of earthly life. Neither does the action of
    • why do we call it normal? Because it appears precisely as it does in
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    • does not rest upon its base but swims in the cerebral fluid, and in
    • clarity. What does flatulence indicate to one who has insight into
    • astral activity congests and does not properly distribute itself in
    • the organism; hence it does not work as it should into the metabolic
    • There is nothing in the human organism that does not belong to the
    • whole organism; that does not interact with other organs. It
    • nerve-activity which the organism does not use for formative
    • latter does not reach sufficiently to the periphery. The result is
    • of the astral body is too fleeting and does not work properly in the
    • is something that does not want to be absolutely cured, but only
    • be fruitful. It does indeed lead to certain goals, but a great deal
    • train, the verdict will be that it does indeed help. — And here
    • used in orthodox medicine do not help. And between what does and does
  • 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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    • we may ask: what does it bestow on humanity, especially what does it
    • merely contemplative stage, and of itself does not evolve principles
    • of the economic actuality, which does not really penetrate to the
    • become more and more one which does not evolve out of its own inner
    • needs and does not follow its own impulses, but which, especially
    • demand. But it is asked: ‘What does the State want? What
    • With what does the economic system provide us? With commodities for
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    • the state itself does this business? It happens most frequently in
    • in working for the community at large. The sportsman does not do
    • strong, only, as a rule, he does not turn his strength to account. As
    • and its price. We may say that the value of a commodity does not come
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    • principle of the social question. And whoever does not recognize it
    • this is true. But the idea of the Threefold Social Organism does not
    • life, when one man does business with another, gives a draft to
    • inheritance and education. Now suppose he does something at fifteen
    • manufacturer sells? What does he know about it? Often not even to
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    • or probably nothing, built up. Does not the question force itself
    • does it express? How far is external nature or human life reflected
    • views — what does an art confer on life, actually on social
    • something that does not belong to every human life, and to every
    • every activity which does not keep strictly to intellectual thought
    • of historical evolution does not view the matter in this light. To
    • the political life of the present day. But what does he mean by
    • inherited; the other part is that which he does not owe to his bodily
    • most unattractive one. For what does it presuppose? It presupposes
    • pieces, or spoil it in some other way. In any case he does not know
    • here is that it can plunge into reality, that it does not merely
    • which is in no way symbolical, in no way allegorical, which also does
    • of the building is that it does not contain a single symbol or
    • discussion does not touch the chief problem. I endeavored to deal
    • understanding, what is overlooked? A teacher of this kind does not
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    • does not see that he is confined within the limits of the stereotyped
    • fields. But precisely when the spirit is left to itself does it
    • cease buying them. He does not admit the validity of the argument
    • political thinker of our day does almost exactly the same thing. He
    • most interesting part is that the book doses on this note, but does
    • foundation law actually wills to rest, even though that will does not
    • to found a new philosophy, and who does not know even how to chop
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    • by love does not help us much to understand egoism. For the point is,
    • with the man. It grows into him as a certain bodily growth. He does
    • different peoples in their various countries, does our feeling grow
    • products, which, however, he does out of self-interest, it will be
    • international problem. How does this international problem present
    • perception does not rest on outer sense perception; it is the result
    • When the spirit is understood, it is found to be something which does
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    • said: “One does not trouble to think about such things.”
    • ultra-violet rays. If, therefore, one speaks merely of light, one does
    • economy of the animal kingdom — does not reach far up into the
    • a single creature takes them for him-self. Man does indeed reach down
    • ultraviolet, so does human economic activity cease to be purely
    • does not yet reach up into the sphere of economics properly speaking
    • some substance as carbon, for example, and then to ask: How does it
    • different thoughts about it. And so in no case does it depend on what
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    • extent of bartering his goods with theirs — what he then does
    • into the economic process. This labour (of the man on the wheel) does
    • chopping of wood, on the other hand, does enter the economic process.
    • The one thing that matters is: How does the Labour enter the
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    • does it become practical. We must answer, therefore: The science of
    • Egoism does no harm. This is a most important point, notably for an
    • his fellows. But, economically, how does the matter stand?
    • does not make all his own things for himself — through the very
    • by virtue of the division of labour, extending as it does into the
    • nevertheless it is so. What one produces for oneself does not enter
    • does not properly belong to it. But this is open and unmasked. The
    • does in fact arise in a perfectly natural way.
    • This does not contradict what we have said before. After all, look at
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    • The economic process does indeed consist in an infinite number of
    • such extreme examples, where the effect, though it does not become
    • every single human being in his egoism does for himself — is now
    • — it does not really belong to him. In effect, it is only from
    • debtor as jurisprudence does. For the moment we are only concerned
    • with this question: How does the economic process take its
    • second — the position of the lender who does not know what to do
    • Now comes the division of Labour. What does it signify? It signifies a
    • the natural scientist does from outside, we feel it uncanny to get
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    • speaking of production. And yet, the economic process does not merely
    • of consumption it no longer moves forward. It does not attain a higher
    • does not become cheaper but more expensive. “Real credit”
    • manner the above-described capitalising of land does harm to those who
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    • is this. The formula does not point to what is past but to what is
    • the accounts for his village community. He does not till the fields or
    • But, ladies and gentlemen, life does not move towards the past, nor
    • does it even prolong the past; it goes on into the future.
    • Hence no economic thought is real which does not reckon with what is
    • said, does not interfere with the concept of payment as such. Lending,
    • disturbing way, if one does not rightly relate the one thing with the
    • realities of economic life does it begin to dawn on you what must be
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    • and purchase is fictitious. It does not in reality take place. That is
    • stock-in-trade, and does so at an absurdly low price. That does not
    • Now that we have tried to make it clear that the wage-nexus does
    • that the man who is to make the gift does so not of his own free will,
    • commercial dealing from others), that this simply does not come in in
    • cannot provide for oneself with Capital. What one does provide for
    • of Labour extends, and new needs arise in the process, the more does
    • products, the more difficult does it become to bring about their
    • valuing of Nature-products does not come about through purely economic
    • active Capital. The other movement does not lead to the
    • elaborated Nature (Nature transformed by Labour) — when it does
    • and then only does there arise in the economic process what we may
    • true sense of the word. How does a piece of goods become a
    • hands of the tradesman, the merchant who offers it for sale and does
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    • does not include what lies behind the phenomenon of
    • demand.” In actual fact, price does not evolve at all as it is
    • or the like; by having the power to take it. One does not always
    • I have already said that the wage-labourer does not in reality receive
    • But it undoubtedly does make a certain difference, ladies and
    • painfully, for at this point, after all, economic thinking does to
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    • lose on it.” What does this really mean? To begin with, it means
    • reality. Yet apparently it does go on. What happens is this:
    • organism, a business, does business within itself — exchanges
    • products within itself. That is to say, it does not sell such products
    • demonstrate from history that the search for markets does not lead
    • is that human nature does not tend so much to the use of force. We
    • lecture, the time has actually come when money does business on its
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    • “money.” A thing does not become money by being
    • respect which does not lie within the sphere of consumption, he enters
    • thinking about Physics. The physicist does this by developing a
    • does not suit me; I will give you 60 francs for it!” That will
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    • Soviet Government can be sold at all. The Pope does at least content
    • other elements of economic life, money does not wear out. You can get
    • does not wear out — we may well be giving money the advantage
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    • of wages. Accordingly, the first thing to investigate is: How does
    • you are considering purchase-money you will have to ask: How does
    • does not seem to decay. I say advisedly, it does not seem to
    • value and is supposed to keep it permanently. But in reality it does
    • varies with its quality, begins to smell. Money does not do this, no
    • matter what its quality may be. Money does not openly
    • unfair competitor because it does not reveal in any way the fact that
    • a self-contained economic system. And what does it do in the domain
    • It does actually take place, ladies and gentlemen: In the economic
    • that it does not appear to grow old — the fact that we
    • Please note, ladies and gentlemen, that this is not a thing which does
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    • does not depend on the specific facts on which it is based.
    • fellows what it is” (for it is part of the venture that he does
    • a parish clerk will be added. Now we must ask ourselves: How does a
    • does it signify, in the economic sense, if a man paints a picture
    • actually does it himself. While what is related to the product on the
    • spiritual side is the Labour which one man does for another. It must
    • What, in the last resort, does the process signify? It signifies that
    • observations because he does not succeed in translating into terms of
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    • be going on. In answer to this, you must bear in mind that he does not
    • its own accord. It cannot possibly be otherwise, nor does it make any
    • 35 millions — the number does not matter. What holds true, here,
    • else than the reality. The economic process actually does this of its
    • works into the process which does not correspond to the real prices at
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    • of the Mystery of Golgotha does not lie in the fact that it teaches
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    • human lung, for instance, looks the same as it does now; that would
    • a new earthly life, the more does this Universe which is Man contract
    • does man build his entire body both from the movements of the stars
    • explained does not believe it, but begins looking for the cause
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    • much, after all, does man know ordinarily of his existence here on
    • we have in us the forces of the movements of the planets. This does
    • you will say: But how does this concern me, if I cannot perceive it?
    • And now man comes into the next sphere. This does not mean, he leaves
    • does the whole Earth become a book of life which interprets for us
    • the limbs; but this he does not want to activate. He wants, as it
    • something new, something that means a new step forward. What he does
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    • believing as he does that he has been guilty of many misdeeds. A bad
    • smoothly into evil as he does today. He was protected. The fact is,
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    • Nature that is behind, he does not perceive. It has, for all that, a
    • who is not always focusing attention, as Natural Science does to-day,
    • animal nature, in so far as he does not allow himself to be perverted
    • Ahrimanic. But man's knowledge does not reach to that which lies
    • behind the world of the senses, does not reach to super-sensible
    • Earth. Nor does the Jahve Being lose all part in man's life when man
    • possession of the nature of man. But it does not help them at all, if
    • near to Christ, and then the Sun does not, it is true, become bright
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    • Belonging as it does to the entire Cosmos, the ether-body is always
    • there no more — you can no longer see it. So does the
    • ask: What does it mean for the physical body to be thus laid aside by
    • your brain does? The world will look very different to you now!
    • knowledge in the human head; it does not reach the entire man, —
    • enlightenment. When he does this, then also will he realize with ever
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    • of the Mystery of Golgotha does not lie in the fact that it teaches
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    • human lung, for instance, looks the same as it does now; that would
    • a new earthly life, the more does this Universe which is Man contract
    • does man build his entire body both from the movements of the stars
    • explained does not believe it, but begins looking for the cause
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    • much, after all, does man know ordinarily of his existence here on
    • we have in us the forces of the movements of the planets. This does
    • you will say: But how does this concern me, if I cannot perceive it?
    • And now man comes into the next sphere. This does not mean, he leaves
    • does the whole Earth become a book of life which interprets for us
    • the limbs; but this he does not want to activate. He wants, as it
    • something new, something that means a new step forward. What he does
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    • believing as he does that he has been guilty of many misdeeds. A bad
    • smoothly into evil as he does today. He was protected. The fact is,
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    • Nature that is behind, he does not perceive. It has, for all that, a
    • who is not always focusing attention, as Natural Science does to-day,
    • animal nature, in so far as he does not allow himself to be perverted
    • Ahrimanic. But man's knowledge does not reach to that which lies
    • behind the world of the senses, does not reach to super-sensible
    • Earth. Nor does the Jahve Being lose all part in man's life when man
    • possession of the nature of man. But it does not help them at all, if
    • near to Christ, and then the Sun does not, it is true, become bright
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    • Belonging as it does to the entire Cosmos, the ether-body is always
    • there no more — you can no longer see it. So does the
    • ask: What does it mean for the physical body to be thus laid aside by
    • your brain does? The world will look very different to you now!
    • knowledge in the human head; it does not reach the entire man, —
    • enlightenment. When he does this, then also will he realize with ever
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture I: The Event of the Appearance of Christ in the Etheric World
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    • does not, indeed, reach very far back — one can fall quite
    • he does today; it was the tribal-I, the folk-I, on which he fixed his
    • sleep, consciousness did not become totally darkened as it does
    • does not feel oneself to be an I, it is impossible to form judgments,
    • with the work of Christ. The human being who is awake, who does not
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture II: Spiritual Science as Preparation for a New Etheric Vision
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    • who does not limit his study of the evolution of the earth to a
    • this way does the law of repeated lives on earth acquire true
    • it does, since it has not the faintest idea of the realities from
    • nothing important is taking place, it does not prove that they are
    • say, does not exist. Things will come to a point at which many people
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    • in space, but we may also ask: how does the contrast between sun and
    • one who uses hands and feet as he does today; again, it was only on
    • being able to use his legs and feet as he does today. The sun,
    • spiritual counterparts. The rest of the human body does not at all
    • form, that it is something that has deteriorated, that it does not at
    • evolution, it is not now at that stage of evolution and does not
    • elemental, and this is also what a comet does. Wherever this contrast
    • comfortable as to have a feminine brain? This, naturally, does not
    • day by day, like lunch and dinner, so does human spiritual life take
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    • spiritual science does with good purpose. Then, to be sure, those
    • age that has run its course up to our time, so does the spirit of
    • spiritual science today is not something one does by preference but
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    • see, therefore, that anthroposophy does not expound to the world
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    • man actually sleeps by day; that is, he does not really live within
    • If man is unaware that the will does not sleep during
    • life of thought. The will does not sleep during the night, but it
    • that we may plunge into the divine will where the intellect does not
    • form of speech does not yet exist. The teaching of the Enlightened
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture X: Individual Spirit Beings and the Undivided Foundation of the World: Part 1
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    • there is no spirit or that the human being does not have a soul that
    • In this matter, one can see clearly only if one does not allow
    • oneself to be deceived by darkness and fog, does not permit oneself
    • initiate — has influence over what Christ does, which will
    • about Christ and the question of Jesus and so forth, does not look
    • discussions and plans. One does not reach the heart of the matter,
    • does not trouble oneself about them in one's consciousness.
    • on earth, his soul, this immortal soul, does not come directly in
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    • impulses of the individualities. What one does and what another does
    • speaks about these things, to speak about realities if one does not
    • does out of a certain habit, out of a habit that is most justified,
    • the world as experience does not stem from the undivided primordial
    • if he does not continually hold them in check for the conquest of the
    • humanity was expelled. It is different with Ireland, however; it does
    • know that it does not matter if one uses arithmetic means in
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    • grow out of the chicken. This is a piece of nonsense. The egg does
    • does not need to speak about these things at all; one need only
    • same way, by exploitation of cosmic constellations. One does not, of
    • does not swing at all. (I can only give indications at this time.)
    • the question, for example, about the brain. Does it have value
    • spiritual soul force — does it thereby have a spiritual weight
    • — or does this brain actually have no more value than would
    • senses,” and so on, does nothing but spread a fog over things
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    • sorrow, but this does not enter our ordinary, everyday consciousness.
    • that there the slightest deed that man does, even if he only barely
    • within the physical renounces any explanation that he does not
    • another element that does not exist here on earth. This will in the
    • he simply does not exist. The world that the dead person experiences
    • destiny. It is just that man does not notice it; he pays no attention
    • to these things. He does not notice these things as he notices what
    • in the future just as fully as the realm of nature. When one does so,
    • peace around the world — and who does not talk about it! —
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    • ‘matter’ does not exist; this too is resolved into
    • water does in ice. When we speak in spiritual science of material
    • substances, which he takes from outside; but he does not only take
    • them into himself, as he does so they go through a certain process.
    • through all that does not only enter our bodies as fluid, but works
    • the curious thing is that he does not work directly through
    • the Russian, in order to work upon him. But this does not work on the
    • own; a man who is hasty and superficial, who does not feel much when
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    • From what does the blue-violet on one side of the earth-aura
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    • person himself doesn't interest me, I will imagine him absent;
    • Or suppose he doesn't even say “The warmth he sheds
    • nowadays, for the simple reason that in our time anyone who does not
    • the soul and the spirit does not need life. Life begins only with
    • with the Earth existence does Life enter into the domain of that
    • tell myself: There is the man! What does it matter to me what
    • It does not interest us any longer that behind Warmth or Fire is the
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    • does not allow him to penetrate to the spiritual worlds.
    • give you, does not Revelation give?
    • Revelation does indeed speak powerfully to my heart, but I cannot
    • which you are living. The earthly environment does not afford the
    • projected into the later years of life — only then does one
    • inner being. Then does man find within his own being the power of God
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    • that he does so — the Astrology that he finds prevalent. He
    • does not recognise God in every fir-cone, he who sees God somewhere
    • else than in every fir-cone — he does not know the true God.”
    • who does not know how much was brought to pass in those days through
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    • quite differently on the Earth than he actually does. He ought to
    • Moreover, because Man does
    • not live so externally in mankind as it does. The intellect has
    • with the single individual man; it is well nigh a convention. It does
    • own time. And yet it is not so; what they say does not apply to the
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    • you in order that you may see how in a time that does not lie so very
    • the times, that is to say, of Aristotle. The tradition does not,
    • means of the inner knowledge and feeling of his skeleton. A man does
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    • experiences which man does not undergo in the ordinary round of life.
    • stream forth. It does not stream forth like a vague mist or cloud;
    • have written in it. For what does it mean to say that the ancient
    • to arise out of human freedom. But when man does things out of
    • the writing has them. What does it mean, “the writing has
    • man come forth. He who does so, by and by accustoms himself not to
    • great care is taken that the human being does not go so far in
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    • what works and lives in us as does this process of iron and sulphur,
    • does not mean that such an Imagination is merely built up out of
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    • so to inform the human heart and mind with experiences which man does
    • astral light will stream forth. It does not stream forth like a vague
    • ourselves have written in it. For what does it mean to say that the
    • freedom. But when man does things out of spiritual activity or inner
    • them. What does it mean, ‘the writing has them’? It means
    • man come forth. He who does so, gradually accustoms himself not to
    • is an art). Or again, one does not reflect upon what one writes down.
    • great care is taken that the human being does not go so far in
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    • classes, orders, individuals, as one does in speaking of plants,
    • perception for intuitive truth. Michael does not work so much for the
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    • When anything of this kind happens, it does not happen without being
    • Nature, or history, does not proceed by leaps. The expression holds
    • one does not speak of God, — for the reason, namely, that no
    • we cannot look at it, then how does this fit in with the opinion of
    • but one does not on that account presume to speak of the whole man
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    • outside him, so does the earth inhale its soul during the winter. And
    • “empty” and does not contain the earth-soul; the earth
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    • spiritual research does find it possible to throw some light into
    • difficult this may be to discern, requiring as it does our finding
    • realities mentioned above, one that does not come to consciousness.
    • live in; she experiences (but does not understand) her unending task,
    • is present, does not destroy the ability to transform them into fairy
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    • Christ Jesus. For how does the Mystery of Golgotha appear to one who
    • does not die in Nature, but springs forth again in Nature. He needs to
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    • in very different ways. What does the man of today know of the Sun
    • today simply does not conceive what the forces that are spiritually
    • all that external scholarship can lay hands upon: Does not external
    • moment: what does the spiritual Sun force bring about? We owe it to
    • This is what man does today. He flays the human being and dismembers
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    • imagine that in its influence the Moon is absent when it does not
    • task for man than they had before. How does this manifest itself? It
    • “The Earth strives yonder”. When does it do so most of all?
    • And what does the Full Moon observe? He observes the Sun. We await the
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    • intended and that shall be intended with Anthroposophy. But what does
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    • may soon be found. What does this mean in Tibet? The Tibetans are
    • the man who had been made the Dalai-Lama does indeed, in old age,
    • grotesque, but for all that, artistic figures. The Inquisition does
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    • lecture yesterday. The tyrant does indeed, assert the Ego, but not
    • wanted to give emphasis to the question: In what form does something
    • heredity — in what form does it appear when it is carried over
    • understanding. This does not excuse them at all, but it must none the
    • because it does not lie in our nature to attack. And it must be taken
    • The poem itself is very long and does not lend itself to
    • with what I am supposed to make of it.’ Where does this thought
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    • man. But that does not prevent this “enlightened” man
    • from making similar mistakes at any time. He does not, however,
    • does in this little treatise “Proof that the Moon consists of
    • towards another human being. This does not come so very strongly to
    • does so a little, but not drastically — for people today can
    • materialists who believed that when the occipital bone does not
    • The reason why a man is a criminal is that the occipital bone does
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    • in summer, he goes to the country, and so forth. But he does not live
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    • is something which does not necessarily belong to life, but is added
    • “Man in his inner being does not belong to the earth; he is of
    • Which does not mean that we should wish to retrieve the past; only to
    • it does have color intensities, color qualities. Which is to say that
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    • of their special medium. A true painter does not create in space, but
    • be overcome. This does not mean that in the future painters should be
    • does not spring from theory; it requires something more forceful, something
    • measured, weighed on scales. But what is perceived in physics does not
    • stand) does something absurd. It places behind the world swirling atoms
    • world as his own. Now the soul does not assert something it needs upon
    • is no theorizing; this permeates the soul with inner force. Nor does
    • Now man does not feel the dramatic element rising up from below, nor
    • spiritual element, which does not rain down upon forests nor erupt like
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    • Personality is shoved aside. So strongly does this seriousness act,
    • and dualism, he does so with a neutral mind, marshaling abstract concepts
    • feel and will what lives in the cosmos. If he does it in the right way,
    • on earth as thought, it is shattered, buried; it does not live on.
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    • For what shines? What we apprehend with our senses does not need to
    • most part modern man does not paint, he imitates figures with a kind
    • the Apostles, she could not appear as she does as a kind of balance
    • between heaven and earth; she would look different. She simply does
    • A real artist may create his picture in a lonely desert. He does not
    • look over his shoulder; he creates in their company. What does he care
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    • tones, as well as words. Indeed, only then does one experience the really
    • in architecture, this reality does not manifest clearly. But take the
    • quite different. And now it does not wish to be as it finds itself on
    • while in the body — present their souls. Corporeality does not
    • is beheld as living image, it does not remain in the head as abstraction.
    • one becomes a sculptor. The sculptor does nothing more nor less than
    • physicist does, for if we do so we lose the plant. These are abstractions.
    • life as does abstract, idealistic-empirical cognition, it gives us back
    • this point man feels that here on earth he does not fulfil what lies
    • to intellectualistic-materialistic, knowledge does not kill with its
    • thoughts; does not turn a person into a commentator on art who thereby
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    • knowledge which accompanies an inner life of the soul does not estrange
    • call it the lustre of life. If the spirit does not wish merely to reveal
    • hand, a sculptor working in marble or some other hard substance does
    • real perception does not come by way of intellect, art historians of
    • that power, let us look at childhood. The age of childhood does not
    • creative phantasy does not yet live and manifest in the child. It is
    • actually full of it. What does it do in him? Whoever can observe the
    • does the child when, between birth and the change of teeth, it plastically
    • it cannot emerge as long as there is active growing, does not express
    • direct reality. Only when reality has been taken care of does phantasy
    • personal element, but it does lead us away from real style in stage
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    • is but the single word “spirit,” and that does not convey
    • is not so very suitable after all. For the most part one does not fit
    • often does not fit. If we were conscious of this process, we should
    • What he does experience, on
    • but a clumsy little creature, who does not ask questions, and one can
    • (especially if it is well ground), so too does the little child
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    • what you teach him, does not yet make any impression, except in so
    • this does not matter, for the child takes no account of these things,
    • what he does possess is an artistic sense, a faculty for creating
    • them playing chess. But that is exactly what does not happen in the
    • Why does
    • does. Each of our teachers has the feeling that it is not only a
    • tenth year the child does not know how to differentiate himself as an
    • to understand a child you must imagine that he does the same as these
    • that is not at all true. In reality, the child does not
    • “ensoul” the object, but he does not yet distinguish
    • Not until the age of nine or ten does the child really learn to
    • notices is that the dog moves. But he does not ascribe the movement
    • something which he himself does not believe. And here Anthroposophy
    • environment as something external which does not belong to this
    • does he get it from? What is behind him? The teacher need not enlarge
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    • is actually a tree? A tree is a colony of many plants. And it does
    • does not belong to the earth. It runs over the earth and can be in
    • does not make a mental picture of it, but everything comes to him
    • sense of smell for everything. A wonderful sense of smell! A dog does
    • not find the world less interesting than a man does. A man can make
    • laughing now about these things. That does not matter at all. It js
    • his environment. But now when he does thus differentiate we must
    • shall be made alive, because he does not yet see himself as separate
    • get angry! Getting angry is a thing that a good man never does! A man
    • and to which he keeps referring. The child does not appear to notice
    • wisdom and say to themselves: He does not himself know what I am
    • supposed to be learning. Why should I learn what he does not know?
    • nature, notices that the teacher himself does not know something he
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    • seven or eight. He does not need to understand all at once the
    • quickly than the child himself does.
    • exercises of the following kind. It does not matter if they are
    • incomplete). But this doesn't look nice, coming right down to here
    • What is the result? If he does these exercises when he is about eight
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    • when external results can be obtained, one does not touch the whole
    • calculating machines as much as they like — that does not
    • for the child. But that does not matter. It is of great significance
    • neighbour's dog, haven't you? Does he only go on two feet
    • use this four as the dog does!: I I I I. Now you add the thumb and
    • adding one to the other. This is quite untrue, for the head does not
    • what the body does. The body thinks, the body counts. The head is
    • and are driven through the world. So it is with the head; it does not
    • for sport does not really make people skilled. What does make a man
    • inside and does nothing, whilst the body, every part of it, is the
    • apples in your basket. You have a whole. What does it matter to us to
    • way.” Then Henry said: “What does that mean, divide it in
    • Now I have to count up what they each have. How many does the first
    • child get? Five. How many does the second child get? Four. And the
    • dropped on the way. Now there arises the question: How many does he
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    • between the seventh and fourteenth year? It does not really come to
    • are really in a bad way, we human beings, because the head does not
    • words with the external objects. So that the child does not need to
    • know or rather does not need to think of the fact that when he says
    • he does not concern himself with this at all. This does not occur to
    • letters.] (ah)? (This does not
    • treatment in the language lessons, that is to say if the teacher does
    • that a dog or any other animal laughs. In any case it does not laugh
    • in the same way as the human being does, neither does it cry in the
    • expressed in Eurythmy rests upon laws just as language does. Speaking
    • of the body man is in a sense free, although he also does many things
    • That is what he does in Eurythmy, which is thus the revelation of the
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    • He does not get tired if you start from real life. He gets tired if
    • reality as fantasy does. Fantasy can go astray, it is true, but it is
    • a thing does not fit into a curriculum based on present-day
    • at the clothes that women wear, for instance. It does not occur to
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    • untruth. What does drawing mean? It means representing something by
    • there when I draw a face? Does such a thing as this really exist?
    • What does exist is this: (see shaded drawing). There are certain
    • of the dog, but never a drawing. The outline of the dog does not
    • with artistic feeling: such feeling simply does not exist.
    • curious things to be seen in between the two. Here the light does not
    • on which the light does not impinge: and lo, I have made a tree! I
    • reality there are just light patches and dark patches. Nature does
    • really more or less so that someone does them first, and then the
    • depends upon the success of the very first attempt. If it does not
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    • been baffled by the question: “What does sickness mean and what is a
    • Paracelsus — is a portion of that which does not belong to the earth,
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    • physical body does not at once bear the brunt of these irregularities,
    • upper process does not take place in the proper way and occurs in such
    • hysterical, if it were manifested functionally, does not come to
    • expression at all as a disturbance of function. It does not appear in
    • organism, and therefore does not manifest by hysterical symptoms on
    • This does not contradict the fact that tuberculosis is infectious
    • only a form of organic defence. For if this emaciation does not take
    • But it does not do so, and is obliged to find expression during sleep.
    • hours, are always processes of excretion. Even our thinking does not
    • does make them worse than before, but they must then wait till the
    • something occurs which does not receive due attention in the Natural
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    • And thus the question arises: How far does the whole intricate web of
    • the nerves. Thus the nervous system does nothing more than perceive
    • will processes. The nervous system does not put into action the “will”
    • “nerves.” Thus there has arisen a view which does not correspond in
    • Now we must pose this question: Does sensory perception, and all that
    • does not happen; if portions of the larval frog are amputated, what
    • be grown again! But this simply does not happen. And the question is:
    • However an unbiased examination certainly does not confirm this view.
    • typical metal. Milk, although also potentially formative, does not
    • require iron as a constituent. Why does the blood need iron?
    • healed and how what flows out of the human organism, namely milk does
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    • obliterated. The pressure of the brain on its base does not exceed
    • which form the Ratites (the Ostrich and its relatives) does the colon
    • does occur if the correct interaction between the two spheres is
    • What does it mean? What arises in your thoughts is entirely within the
    • Sunlight does not suit it. Where can the bacillus survive? In the
    • metamorphosis of light. This means that man does not only transform
    • sunlight, or he does not get enough sunlight owing to his way of life.
    • between man and the external sunlight, does not take place properly,
    • wage the vigorous war against intestinal flora which does not exist in
    • tend themselves to become minerals. It does not suffice simply to
    • the great gut, which does not exist in fishes, evolves through the
    • does the intestine become in the direction of the process of the
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    • dream-life: does he dream much or little? An extensive dream-life is
    • referred to does not reach our consciousness. And for this very reason
    • And what does this opposition to earth-solidifying forces mean? It
    • Light-bearer. Men saw that phosphorus does carry and contain that
    • body likes to separate from the physical, does so with ease, and goes
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    • and does so perhaps less often today. That was a subject of discussion
    • beyond this; so does the “open-air treatment,” which uses light and
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    • age, one does not fully see this combat in these diagrams. But
    • in the organisation is impeded! How differently does the ego carry out
    • What I have said does not mean any “pushing” of certain remedies. But
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    • deep-seated and does not urge the dispersal of formative forces into
    • spiritual scientist does not need this material before him in the same
    • way, for he does not use the method of dissection. We need not imitate
    • organism. So its polar opposite will be a process that does not in any
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    • him. Therefore the meat-eater does not develop those particular
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    • Fräulein Ritter herself will not admit this). What does in fact occur,
    • invaded him. He does so by strengthening just that principle which he
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    • anæmia. It simply does not suffice merely to note the presence of
    • other in salts. But this is not all. How does this triad, acids, bases
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    • chapter of physics and does not interest us here; it is unfortunately
    • does not much matter, for why should not our newspapers be composed by
    • conclude that (if and when soul development does not neutralise
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    • into the normal and does not break out. Think of the processes
    • can be so developed that exuberance does not ensue, because the ego as
    • from it shimmering away from it. If the ego does this and at the same
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    • understand; but the blackbird does not find them difficult — but easy
    • bird does not yet participate in it in such a way as to appropriate
    • example, that of a sufferer from diabetes. What does he represent in
    • that the ego does not take adequate part in penetrating the organism
    • with the beginning of diabetes. Why does this happen? The ego is
    • does not attain. The interior of the earth is so to speak saturated
    • man has a power and advantage which the animal does not possess. He
    • does not only go through the interaction between the plant and the
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    • ceaseless round of work. Mankind does not follow the example of
    • spleen. Man does not take care of his spleen if occupied in some
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    • around the jaws. Such a free organisation does not exist in the lower
    • supervene if the child does not exhibit a phlegmatic disposition, that
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    • from one another. And so we come to the question: Does this diaphragm
    • Suppose now that this rhythm is disturbed and does not work normally.
    • throughout the whole organism. If it does so, it sustains the life of
    • child “thinks” very much more than does the adult. This may sound
    • growing body. Then there comes a stage wherein the body does not need
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    • are always other phenomena to which it does not apply. For indeed, the
    • implies that its regularity does not always become obvious. The
    • females. A woman whose father was a hæmophiliac, though she does not
    • by superficial consideration. The blood does not coagulate properly,
    • coagulation in other persons does not do so in the case of a
    • from outside. If the blood possesses a quality which does not allow
    • In normal conditions man does not have recourse to the antimonising
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    • whatever of the remarkable effect of Nux Vomica on man. On what does
    • that which does not disturb in the least if perceived in the external
    • and so forth. But so long as science does not know how the remarkable
    • out that a scrutiny of homeopathic medicine does not always furnish
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    • around him. That this does not happen is due to the fact that, during
    • susceptible to his whole environment. Thus does the human being form
    • it does not fall to our lot by chance, but as a karmic necessity. Out
    • does not direct itself, with the help of the senses, to the outer
    • child has will, but does not get to the point of carrying it out; the
    • people like this! Something holds him back, he does not reach the
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    • books on the subject. How does he reach his conclusions? For he
    • obviously does not take his start from professional medicine. In his
    • in the very same way as he does. And now let us read this press
    • notice — for it really does concern us. It is entitled:
    • conceivably happen that he had never observed how the milk does get
    • ether; how, then, does a deranged or senseless thought come about?
    • does this mean in practice? If you find that the etheric body of a
    • unimportant is all that the teacher says or does not say on the
    • civilisation does not know [A gap
    • adopted in our present-day civilisation, the person does the maddest
    • stopped. Instead of mending it, he completely ruins it. That does not
    • does in the life between death and new birth.” The fact that
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    • astral body does certainly come in, the ego organisation also comes
    • organisation returns, it does not lay hold merely of the etheric body
    • world, of the forces of the external world. What does this mean?
    • be crushed at once. The brain does not do this, but swims in the
    • way through. But in this case, the lung does not provide any free
    • is that when such a condition is present, he always does wake up.
    • can do; but he does not come forth into the physical world, he is
    • the attacks of giddiness, that the child does not enter properly into
    • — to what does it lead in the end? People who have been
    • the child does not defy moral judgements; he adapts himself to the
    • illness, if the mental organisation does not snatch and grab at
    • does, would starve if they did not possess the habit of
    • begins to show itself, and so it does not assume large proportions.
    • a rule of course the child does not achieve his end, because someone
    • stories in which the kind of thing the child does is carried to an
    • each individual case, to see just how the child does the things, then
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    • time — that so long as the child does not yet breathe, it is
    • organ does not allow the astral body and ego organisation to make
    • does not perceive or feel the astrality, it does not sense the
    • activity of astral body and ego organisation that does not belong
    • the organ that does not pass over into consciousness, if there is
    • is present which does not go over into consciousness, then a fit
    • organ whose surface lets too much through, an organ that does not, as
    • symptoms does such an inner condition lead? Here we come to a chapter
    • experienced at the origination of an idea, does not express itself in
    • does not work as does an outer feeling of soreness; but what arises
    • disentangled in the child's sub-consciousness. But it does not rise
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    • weak; consequently, the impression does not sink down, but rays back
    • does this mean? When metabolism and limbs are too weakly developed,
    • body — nor of ether body; he does not know what it is that is
    • he can easily do so, provided he does not try to be too clever, but
    • child. Naturally, this does not mean we are to sprinkle his food
    • He will not be able to do it. He does not rightly understand what he
    • he does not convey their meaning to his legs; it is as though the
    • in our field of observation what a child does with his legs —
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    • way. What he does, he does unwillingly. By January, however, he did
    • inclination to start working upon the nourishment that does reach it,
    • boy does not make the movement.) Never mind! We mustn't force him. Do
    • doesn't understand what we are saying.) I mean that, in accordance
    • organization does not come off as it should. The reason is to be
    • bones does not thereby become skilful! The intellectual system in man
    • first take part in conversation. Now he does. Listen, and you will
    • study how the construction of a language sticks fast. He does not say
    • Curative Eurythmy can be for a boy like this. Suppose he does the
    • take internally, upon what does the medicine work? Fundamentally upon
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    • conversations with it just as one does with one's fellow beings,
    • the organism having become hardened, the astral body does not
    • movements. He sleeps little, and does not fall asleep at all easily.
    • parallel with one another, especially in a child. This does not mean
    • physical organism. For as he does so, forces of growth will begin at
    • organisation does succeed after a time in breaking through the walls
    • body does not succeed in bringing about the right streamings from the
    • Where in man does the root of the
    • some particular organ which does not let the astral body through; the
    • to deformity. And since, when the astral body does succeed in diving
    • astral body is all the time growing in inverse proportion. It does
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    • does one come upon such a striking resemblance as here stood
    • with the outside air. But now this connection with the air does not
    • infantilism goes so far as it does in the child before us; for we
    • does not grow into the third epoch of life in the right way. There
    • altogether conscious lying; for he does not himself know exactly what
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    • no reason at all why he should not take it. He does not understand
    • and thine” has no meaning for him. His astral body does not get
    • higher world about possession and non-possession. The child does not
    • thick and thin. The child does not remain at home in the family, he
    • are “taken”, then it is things with which one does
    • benefit a child of this kind in the same way that it does another
    • Water does not fall asunder or disintegrate; it flows and spreads. We
    • been evolved by man and does not therefore immediately concern him.
    • then for the very young child who does not yet speak himself, it is
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    • decided upon by the head does not easily find its way down into the
    • of a single child in five or ten minutes. It does not depend at all
    • courage can and does develop in man — provided only that one
    • thing does not stand in the way.
    • Youth Movement does need to beware of one thing when it sets out to
    • tendency to vanity; for it does indeed constitute a real hindrance to
    • here you have a point (blue). It doesn't look like that in the
    • medicine has retained an earlier form of speech. When a doctor does
    • If it should turn out that this does not work strongly enough, we
    • and 18th May, 1921, approximately 3 a.m., both at Jena.) How does
    • itself: How does it come about that an albino is born in a particular
    • in iron, and the question arises: How does this opposite relationship
    • enema, a five per cent decoction, twice a week. If this does not help,
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    • body, the ether body does not function properly, with the result that
    • impression of the day does not succeed in embodying itself into it.
    • If the boy does Tone Eurythmy properly, it can come about that he is
    • for example, writing. The boy writes something like this, does he
    • however very nearly so. Although the younger child does not come in
    • path of action, does not allow it to be in connection with
    • himself, who was after all a clever man, it appears to us today, does
    • bones of the skull. In no realm of nature does it get beyond the
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    • with beings who live in the spirit. More and more does our
    • attention upon his own I, values his I too highly. What does it mean
    • field of Earth consciousness; the I alone does so. Yet it is really
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    • Above all, Anthroposophy does not set out to be
    • healing. Anthroposophy does not wish to create obstacles in any
    • movement of the hand. What is it that takes place when one does
    • emphatically declare that Anthroposophy does not set itself in
    • “awake;” he does not fall asleep; but he has
    • knowledge for which we strive. For this consciousness does not
    • hold of the material. The spiritual does not take hold of the
    • illness can be explained by these laws. Does Nature then
    • contradict herself? We shall see that she does not do so with
    • spiritual knowledge is such that man does not merely approach
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    • Ego-organisation develop excessive strength, then he does not
    • be transformed, but he does so more rampantly. Then
    • the more complicated does it appear. There are, however,
    • kidney, for instance, does not contain so much of the nerves
    • to the human in the way it does in our time. In respect of the
    • does not happen like that in man. In man, sense-perception
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    • (if it does not rise to the point of dream) sinks down into an
    • does not achieve it completely; he hovers, as it were, between
    • described does not necessarily arise from within; it can occur
    • Hence if the Ego-organisation becomes too active, a sense does
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    • Anthroposophy does not set out to be “Science” in
    • healing. Anthroposophy does not wish to create obstacles in any
    • that Anthroposophy does not set itself in any amateurish
    • does not fall asleep; but he has nevertheless at first nothing
    • knowledge for which we strive. For this consciousness does not
    • — takes hold of the material. The spiritual does not take
    • For every illness can be explained by these laws. Does Nature
    • then contradict herself? We shall see that she does not do so
    • such that man does not merely approach natural and spiritual
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    • excessive strength, then he does not only so transform the
    • should be transformed, but he does so more rampantly. Then
    • more complicated does it appear. There are, however, certain
    • An organ like the kidney, for instance, does not contain so
    • human in the way it does in our time. In respect of the life of
    • does not happen like that in man. In man, sense-perception
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    • motionless in sleep and his consciousness (if it does not rise
    • does not achieve it completely; he hovers as it were, between
    • What I have here described does not necessarily arise from
    • becomes too active, a sense does not only form in the organism
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    • The first thing that it sees is that the human being actually does not
    • Evolution does not proceed in a straight line. It must retreat in one
    • deterioration, although so slowly does this take place that it cannot
    • Therefore: One can conceive of a form of therapy which does not only
    • Anthroposophy does not seek to correct modern medicine, but to
    • its excessive inner forces; what does such a state of things bring
    • physicist, actually does not work upon the organism, but
    • Now let us imagine that this does not happen, but, instead, the
    • asked: “How does this or that product work upon the physical body
    • of man? how does it work upon the etheric body? and how upon the
    • initiation-knowledge, will function no less perfectly than it does in
    • Switzerland, does not interpose anything arbitrary into life; neither
    • does it stand for any sort of abstract mysticism. It desires rather to
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    • The first thing that it sees is that the human being actually does not
    • Evolution does not proceed in a straight line. It must retreat in one
    • deterioration, although so slowly does this take place that it cannot
    • Therefore: One can conceive of a form of therapy which does not only
    • Anthroposophy does not seek to correct modern medicine, but to
    • its excessive inner forces; what does such a state of things bring
    • physicist, actually does not work upon the organism, but
    • Now let us imagine that this does not happen, but, instead, the
    • asked: “How does this or that product work upon the physical body
    • of man? how does it work upon the etheric body? and how upon the
    • initiation-knowledge, will function no less perfectly than it does in
    • Switzerland, does not interpose anything arbitrary into life; neither
    • does it stand for any sort of abstract mysticism. It desires rather to
  • Title: Threefold Order: Part II: Lecture: The Impulse Towards the Threefold Order
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  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture I: The Principle of Spiritual Economy in Connection with Questions of Reincarnation: An Aspect of the Spiritual Guidance of Mankind
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  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture II: Christianity in Human Evolution: Leading Individualities and Avatar Beings
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    • times in succession; but when it does, it is then something
    • and the lower avatars does not lie in the fact that the
    • of a human being. What does it mean, then, when a human being
    • language, but this does not mean that the language in
    • order to know that the Christ does exist. Therefore, he
    • shown that he would be unable to think as he does had he not
    • — an ego that can even deny its origin as it does in
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  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture VI: On the Occasion of the Dedication of the Francis of Assisi Branch
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    • that to be united with what one does not love means
  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture VII: The Macrocosmic and the Microcosmic Fire: The Spiritualization of Breath and Blood
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    • of Easter — does not conquer death after three days; or
    • Christ-Impulse can stream into it does one no longer need the
  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture VIII: The Event of Golgotha. The Brotherhood of the Holy Grail. The Spiritualized Fire.
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    • doesn't matter how many world saviors might have
    • Golgotha, how does the soul perceive the great truth of the
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    • Spiritual Science. Its fruit does not consist in the fact
    • the hoar does in the sun — melted by the very sun that
    • No longer does the soul endeavor to unite itself with Osiris
    • evolution does not proceed everywhere in the same manner.
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    • is like a stove that does not need to be persuaded to heat a
    • room because heating is its function. The stove does this on
    • be objected that the appearance of the wood does not suggest
    • to us that it can generate heat, and yet it does precisely
    • called — although the name doesn't really matter
    • What does it
    • into the water. What does that mean? It means that he was
    • Buddha. This means that such an individuality does not
  • Title: Lecture I: Man in the Past, the Present and the Future
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    • Testament does in describing the history of the Earth — or whether
    • The fact is that he loses his own self in this modern thought. He does
    • in thinking, it does not follow that it “is,” nor that I
    • certainly does not feel it to be — in thought. We do not
    • think in sleep, but does it follow then that we are not?
    • The force of gravity decreases, but so does truth. What was true for
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    • that does not reveal the spirit. My body is made up out of the same
    • city dweller does, for during the winter they use the Sun's warmth
    • actually pure thinking and does not, as such, guarantee the
    • where the light of the spirit does not shine but where the impulse of
    • does not realize or perceive this. In his attitude to the Sun,
    • does not say to himself: Here I have a plant which has a root which
    • of the outermost planet of our solar system. Modern astronomy does not
    • moons does not properly fit, (The moons of Neptune and Uranus move in
    • which should worry ordinary science — though it does not!
    • The ordinary sleep-walker does something real, does with his physical
    • does not see but acts automatically, through what I may perhaps call
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    • itself just as the natural order does. Thus it has become customary to
    • modern man does not yet possess, can lead to a satisfying picture of
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    • of small or large cells. The diversity, the formation, does not
    • does on us today, for it was related to far deeper forces. As the
  • Title: Descriptive Sketches: Lecture I
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    • death of the hated one. If a man is not clairvoyant he certainly does
    • namely, that hatred creates obstacles and love clears them away, does
    • still on earth who was fond of us but does not believe in the survival
    • to him in the spiritual world. The child or young person does not
    • subconsciously more intensely for Anthroposophy than does the member
    • that the dead live in the spiritual world does not necessarily give
    • it does not now wish the investigation carried farther.”
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    • present-day humanity this does not occur. If the question is put from
    • therefore, is: “What becomes of these forces? What does man's
    • can always study Anthroposophy as long as one does not study it like
    • does not so far penetrate as to compel one to take part in it with
    • clairvoyant forces does not come out of the void, but from the
    • what the individual human soul does there; this is described in
    • does not merely lead to nothing particular, like ordinary dancing, but
    • develops, while man does not yet stand outwardly in social life.
    • world does not exist simply to present a continuation of the physical
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    • And ever more and more, with the strength of the indrawn breath, does
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    • very little true for the greater part of humanity! On what does the
    • her deeps at Christmas time. Man of course does not dwell in the
    • Soul-spiritually also, he does not dwell in the depths of the Earth,
    • Earth, nor as earthly man does he belong to the heavens. Hence he must
    • what I might call its counter-pole. What then does the Resurrection
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    • out her soul. What does this mean?
    • does not occur in any irregular, chaotic fashion. We have regularity
    • souls does not become united with what is passing through the time as
    • Only when we look at the present stage of mankind's evolution does the
    • “three,” and so on. But Nature does not take such a course.
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    • Today man has come so far that he does notice his outline, his bodily
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    • “I” as a kind of point; what he does rays out from it
    • What does this imply? It implies that man must study natural science.
    • telescope tell him everything. He does not want to temper the
    • instrument of his own spirit, of his own soul, by activity. He does
  • Title: Lecture I: The Balance in the World and Man, Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • child. What does this really signify?
    • more intangible than that of being physically strangled. It does not,
    • the nature of the being who stands at his side. If he does not
    • And moreover he does so, by surrendering himself to a life that is not
    • And now think of all that Faust does, so that having Lucifer within
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    • that man has two eyes and two ears and yet does not see or hear
    • to us in the middle, where we have to play our part. Our organism does
    • that are no concern of ours! Our left man does not concern us, neither
    • does our right man: what concerns us is the process that goes on
    • stomach, on the other side Ahriman does the same and builds up the
    • what, judging by appearances, does not exist! Take any one of the
  • Title: Lecture III: The Balance in the World and Man, Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • does the physical body give us any indication of what is in man's
    • begin with, a uniform and single action of the soul does not come to
    • say that this stream of soul-activity does not come to consciousness at
    • not only does there live the power of the thoughts that we ourselves
    • does not happen to us in ordinary human life, and when it comes it
    • pictures, but it does truly correspond to an event.” I will now read
    • unconscious. The Ego does not reach fully down into speech. When we
    • to his fully conscious Ego activity as does the “Märchen”
    • he does not remain for ever a child, but evolves further.
    • we are, in fact, quite lost in it. How does this come about?
    • as we say, a man who “does his duty,” — hard and cold
    • duty? Of course he does not use the expressions “Lucifer” and
    • “Ahriman,” because he does not see the problem in its cosmic
    • Lucifer. Man does not need to learn to love his right, he loves it
    • of the spiritual forces that bring about balance, so does our moral
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    • as does
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    • something is here related which does not come out of normal
    • perception of the human organism, and what it does when it employs
    • does not speak the mysteries of the transient human
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    • mental representation. But one does not let it arrive there: it is
    • held back so that what should terminate in representation does not
    • that it does in our body – thus our consciousness floats, as
    • such as this does not observe art from without, but is gained from
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    • nonsense; it certainly does not derive from true artistic
    • time does not allow more. There may exist, for example, in what is
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    • of course, to be taken for granted that a sonnet does not arise
    • ritornello or a rondeau, for instance. This does not in truth make
    • anyone who does not enter into the genuinely aesthetic will lack
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    • – living as it does in high and low tones. It does not only
    • simply be felt. And only when it does justice to the musical in
    • , deriving as it does from several
    • How it the purple flow’r does
    • Does, in its pure and circling
    • It all about does upwards bend.
    • Congeal’d on Earth: but does, dissolving,
    • does not do to dwell over much on one’s own accomplishments.
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    • grasped in its widest sense, in which it does not only embrace what
    • Commedia, if our language does not embody moments of
    • Homer himself does
    • The super-sensible, however, does
    • spiritual does not speak in human words. The spiritual world goes
  • Title: Poetry/Speech: Lecture VIII: The Interaction of Breathing and Blood-Circulation
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    • not really still Greek art, but he does feel in it an after-effect
    • power is materialised, if one says that God does not refrain from
    • is again made one with the psychic-spiritual. This does not
  • Title: Poetry/Speech: Lecture IX: The Alliteration and Terminal Rhyme
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    • well-meaning one – which does not always accord with the
    • does show how much strength – how much primaeval strength, as
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture I: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • soul-life of this kind is acknowledged. For what does the progress of
    • it does to external nature. It belongs to us in so far as we absorb
    • that this discipline of the Will does not arise merely from the
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture II: Rosicrucian Training and Anthroposophical Training
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    • does the idea of repeated earth-lives find its way, as though by inner
    • Lessing does, his gaze takes in the whole of human evolution. In both
    • thought-forms, does not take the Buddhistic path, but a universal
    • the etheric body does not remain so firmly fitted into the physical
    • should make ourselves familiar with the idea that when something does
    • others but ourselves. This does most to help our progress. What helps
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture III: Sources of Knowledge of Christ, Lord of Karma
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    • does, for the Adept goes forward continuously from incarnation to
    • knowledge of God in knowledge of man. Whither does this lead? When it
    • mineral substance, so does Faith arise in the human soul as something
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IV: Experiencing the Christ Impulse, Jerome and the Gospel of St. Matthew
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    • special degree. What does this mean?
    • thinks straightforwardly, and does not wish to explain the Gospels
    • that the last conclusion, the imparting of the mystery, does not pass
    • before him. It does not need to be pronounced by a mouth, nor does it
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture V: Redemption of the Physical Body
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    • The answer does not lie very far away for anyone who has begun to
    • belongs to Maya as much as everything else that does not go from
    • the Ego as Buddhism does. In Buddhism, it is heresy to recognise a
    • of thought, standing midway between Greek thought and Buddhism, does
    • not involve, as Greek thought does from the outset, a predisposition
    • This signifies that he who does not renounce his God does not die.
    • That is implied in these words. But then, what does ‘die’
    • This is strange, someone might now say. Does it really
    • connection a part to play in the future? Does it depend upon the
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VI: St. John and St. Paul, First Adam and Second Adam
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    • lives a life such as his, and does what he did, and then says, as he
    • this idea. For looking at the matter quite soberly, what does it demand
    • Anyone who does not grant this cannot come into any relationship with
    • aside his physical body. But does he really lay aside his physical
    • another into the general cosmic ether. It does indeed seem that the
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VII: The Mystery of Golgotha, Greek, Hebrew and Buddhist Thought
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    • prevented by his pride — and just because he does not suspect
    • person has an experience, but he does not become conscious of it
    • a mirror in which you see yourself, he does not break you. You merely
    • and being of the human Ego — but how far does man know the Ego?
    • must think of the Phantom as multiplying itself, as does the cell
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VIII: The Two Jesus Children, Zoroaster and Buddha
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    • Buddha today does not depend on the handing down of the teaching that
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IX: The Exoteric Path to Christ
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    • to find an answer to the question: ‘How does the individual now
    • real process which does not concern himself only. The Germans say
    • does not know what is going on around him. He is like an ostrich with
    • its head in the sand; he does not see effects which nevertheless are
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture X: The Esoteric Path to Christ
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    • there only for individual men. Karma does not only balance the
    • Christ-Impulse makes everything a man does or can do into an action
    • bound up with Christ, so does he who confesses Christ feel that he
    • thought of reincarnation. For the progress of human evolution does
    • the Christ-Event does not depend on whether we are incarnated in a
    • physical body, but the preparation for the Christ-Event does so
  • Title: Deed of Christ: Lecture 2: The Deed of Christ and the Opposing Spiritual Powers. Lucifer, Ahriman, Asuras.
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    • TO-DAY WE SHALL concern ourselves with the question: What does modern
    • balance; the one does not outweigh the other — so many passions and
    • with the result that he does not see through this material world to
    • bestowed. What does this blessing mean for man? Is karma something at
    • Man does not as yet entirely base his life on the principle that his
    • Only so can man work in the true sense as an ‘I’. What then, does he
    • actually achieve when, after Christ's appearance, he does not merely
    • in Christ's Deed! — what does man achieve thereby?
    • does he achieve thereby? Something of untold moment! When a man knows
    • company of the apostles, so does the “Holy Spirit” announced by Christ
    • — By no means does that suffice. A man who does not concern himself with
    • the spiritual world, who does not instill into his soul what can flow from
    • to him does he gain mastery over the forces of heredity, regards it as
    • saying of Meister Eckhardt is: “What does it profit a man to be a king
    • spiritual world to a man if he does not know what the spiritual worlds
    • it is not for us to give the answer; that obligation does not rest
    • but that does not prevent us from acknowledging, too, the western
    • incorporated in Shankaracharya. But that does not prevent us from
    • us to answer if the opposition came from our side. But it does not!
    • the evil who confounds the temporal with the eternal; he who does not
  • Title: Deed of Christ: Lecture 1: Mephistopheles and Earthquakes
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    • “Mephistopheles and Earthquakes”. We shall see that not only does the
    • spirit who does not stand upon firm and sure foundations can readily
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    • this way does not differ from that of other Initiates. You must
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    • come in the form of a man. Whoever does not apprehend this, whoever
    • the God become Flesh, whoever does not hold the view that here was the
    • drawn. This does not imply that true Christianity can be drawn only
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    • of the world. “This does not gainsay in the very slightest the
    • It is said in the Apocalypse that seven seals are opened. What does
    • aright, let us ask: How does the writer of the Apocalypse help us to
    • third which does not reach the goal and falls completely away. One
    • the Mysteries, the most significant. Whence comes man? Whither does
  • Title: Education: Lecture I: Science, Art, Religion and Morality
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    • What does the
    • of thought which are peculiar to our age; rather does the difficulty
    • that does not merely contain pictures of fantasy, but pictures bearing
  • Title: Education: Lecture II: Principles of Greek Education
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    • the nineteenth century. In this connection, what I shall say does not
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    • the course of human life as a whole, because it does not occur again.
    • withdraws somewhat; it does not work so strongly from out of the
    • which modern man simply does not realise, was deeply rooted in
    • in its strongest phase. The progress of humanity does not ascend, as
    • at times it is true that he does in fact experience these things. But
    • soul does not work in the same condition of security as is afforded
    • at every moment shall confront life unhampered. He does not wish to
    • this, and, as a result, our present age developed. Only now does the
  • Title: Education: Lecture IV: The Connection of the Spirit with Bodily Organs
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    • definite form and boundary, does not merely think; he also feels and
    • does not promote the other. We have two human beings in point of
    • does the child learn to think? It learns to think because it is an
    • that is common to-day does not lead to this other kind of knowledge.
    • so does Imaginative Knowledge, the first stage of exact clairvoyance,
  • Title: Education: Lecture V: The Emancipation of the Will in the Human Organism
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    • after the fifteenth year. Only at about the twentieth year does the
    • does everything and only when thinking is set free with the change of
    • teeth, does the head also release itself from this strong downward
    • thought and will does not come about of itself. In the animal, the
    • even through his whole being. The Greek still knew that one does not
    • the word does actually live in the movement of their limbs. And
    • does civilization signify up to the sixteenth century? It signifies
    • does man tend? Towards the things of sense. Man was taught to hold
  • Title: Education: Lecture VI: Walking, Speaking, Thinking
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    • gravity in a way that will give balance. He does the same with the
    • may appear to the modern materialistic mind, the child does,
    • them. He does not merely shape his nature according to our words and
    • Speech does not arise merely because a movement of the right hand
    • “baby-language.” Unconsciously the child does not like
    • life and strikes it. Now this is not true. The child does not
    • kind of reflex movement makes him strike the table. He does not think
    • ideas show that our civilization does not know how to approach the child.
    • admired in this age, simply does not exist in the child's organic
    • is different with a philologist, for what he does makes no impression
  • Title: Education: Lecture VII: The Rhythmic System, Sleeping and Waking, Imitation
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    • to divine intention, he must choose a form of education that does not
    • ask this question: ‘How does bodily exercise affect the life of
    • though the impulse does not pass into action.
    • child, indeed if it does not occur the child is abnormal. In the
    • and this fact intensifies the longing for its recognition. What does
    • But as a matter of fact materialism does not even understand matter, but
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    • does; that the roots become shrivelled up in a dry soil and are
  • Title: Education: Lecture IX: Arithmetic, Geometry, History
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    • body. Only at death does this occur. During sleep, the etheric
    • form from what it does when it has not been well taught. To make the
    • This does not
    • The teacher himself doesn't know them, for he has to read from notes.
    • first.” The child does not of course come to this conclusion
  • Title: Education: Lecture X: Physics, Chemistry, Handwork, Language, Religion
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    • ninth and tenth years. Only now does the child begin to realize
    • receive at school does not lead over at the right moment to the
    • Waldorf School education in that this school does not in any sense
  • Title: Education: Lecture XI: Memory, Temperaments, Bodily Culture and Art
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    • imagine in a materialistic sense that the body does everything, for
    • School. Only in very exceptional cases does it happen that a child
    • on the will. The art of Eurhythmy, working as it does with normal
    • does not come to the point of articulate speech; it only comes to the
  • Title: Human Values in Education: Lecture I
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    • which does not correspond with what is real. Now a business
    • such a procedure does not work, is in the application of
    • have said does not arise out of any such inclination or desire;
    • and teach on the basis of anthroposophy. He does not make an
    • children. The school must be run in such a way that one does
    • body. What a man does at this age can be perceived on the one
    • possible. But how does this work out? Reality does not permit
    • best in caring for those which he does not yet know. His
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    • year. What one usually does today is to study the child —
    • bodily nature, and one does not understand the body if one has
    • gifted personalities. We shall then see that anthroposophy does
    • to impressions of all kinds, but does not allow them to take
    • hold of him and enter deeply into his organism. He does not
    • suffers, but his suffering does not find expression in
    • way that does not hide his gifts, but nevertheless ugly. In
    • realise, to fulfil his karma, but for some reason this does not
    • character of spiritual science. It does not indulge in fantasy,
    • neither does it talk in vague, general terms about the four
    • how does karma work as the shaper of the whole of life if, as
    • the following way: How does a life take its course when karmic
    • the world: now he learns to do this. How does it come about? It
    • done if the bodily life of the child does not develop in the
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    • nature of gesture and movement and does so to such an
    • is developed out of speech. Thought does not produce speech,
    • learns to speak, to articulate only then does thinking come
    • and fourth years of life, he does so through gesture;
    • does not hear, he does not take any notice. It is only when we
    • that, it does not influence the child in the slightest degree
    • the external world, as again spiritualised, this the child does
    • does he perceive merely the single gestures, but now he sees
    • teacher, as my authority, does is good, what he does not do is
    • simply doesn't work. What does work is when the child, through
    • has the sound a (ah, as in father). When does he use it? This
    • sound e (eh, as in they). When does he use this? He uses it
    • What does this mean? To begin with I call up in the child's
    • activity is constantly stimulated. He does not “grow into
    • enters right into life; it does not remain external.
    • does not lead to abnormality. Man however is a species for
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    • child. The child when occupied in writing does at least bring
    • hand the body. Now the following question arises: Does the body
    • time in which the child, although he does not usually express
    • of course, but now he does so consciously. These years,
    • however does the same thing by wrapping the tree round with the
    • such a way that the growth of plants does not degenerate.
    • arise: What will the clock look like on its return? for he does
    • doesn't even know it himself! This disturbs the lesson
    • speak as one does in fairy-tales, for everything must still be
    • does not yet differentiate himself from the outer world. This
    • in this way. In such a case what a child experiences does not
    • being who does not grow. But we should not awaken in the child
    • reality once again. And if one actually does this one has a
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    • physical does not release the spiritual.
    • does actually learn to know the soul-spiritual in learning to
    • does not consist only of the administration of the school, but
    • as pleased with the sick child who sits still and does not make
    • himself heard, as with the good child, because he does
    • something which he actually does with devotion, with
    • something to do with it. You see, if one does not ask in a
    • something of the kind may well happen if a teacher does not
    • what corresponds to his own individuality, and he does it. In
    • the legs. Each teacher does what he deems to be best suited to
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    • which is not tyrannical, which does not issue statements, rules
    • looks for support. If he does not merely let the parents come
    • may do what he does or what she does for they are good and
    • something quite special, which does not however rise up into
    • is there. What does the child now say to himself unconsciously?
    • beautiful; if he says something is ugly and it does not please
    • Where does he or she get it all from? Who is the teacher's
    • something super-sensible which gives him support. He does not
    • of such a teacher does not turn outwards and enter into the
    • between say, the ages of 30 and 40. Furthermore he does not
    • how does such a thought fit into a more comprehensive
    • that does not shine. He has already become too old. In this
    • the book, he does not know his own father. Nevertheless these
    • reality he would have to say: If the car is not used it does
    • not suffer wear and tear and the chauffeur does not get tired.
    • between puberty and the age of 21. Why does the child do this
    • immediate surroundings. But what he does must be
    • does. This is love. Love is the virtue belonging to the second
    • period of life. And only after puberty does there develop out
    • that what is good does not really please him, neither does what
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    • what way does a soul dwell within the physical body? And indeed
    • comprehensible to the senses. He does this in full
    • course, in such cases too, the doctor does his duty. But it is
    • way, by what one does oneself, melancholic with the melancholic
    • to the child in this very sanguine way, and what he does
    • kind is what the mother may say. And nevertheless it does come
    • potatoes; it is shown by the fact that his memory does not
    • of the amount of potato does not bring about the required
    • comprehends easily but does not retain what he has
    • doing so. A journalist must needs enjoy coffee, for if he does
    • — well, then one does not say they are having their
    • interchange of thought does not proceed in logical sequence,
    • intelligence, but this does not last, it is quite transient.
    • in the brain, but does so in the spiritual sense. In this way
    • but it does not stimulate thinking. In saying that diplomats
    • have a predilection for tea one does not imply that they can
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    • have to add everything that the plant does not yet possess,
    • become independent at the time of the change of teeth, so does
    • experienced and he simply does not describe it. For instance, I
    • the roots if the teacher does not get to the point, but speaks
    • importance for the teacher that he does not overdo — his
    • there is an etheric body etc. But this does not amount to
    • speaks to the one behind, who in turn does the same thing, and
    • subtrahend; one does not subtract, but goes from the remainder,
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    • civilisation. It does so either in a more direct way, in which
    • difficulty does it rise beyond the principle of authority. The
    • clearly, if he does not know how to knit. In this connection we
    • lawyer knows things which the client does not know. In Greece,
    • understand a Greek poem, or a Greek statue if one does not know
    • obliged to produce a thesis, does he have to take out the
    • and does not penetrate any further into his being. This is the
    • no longer personally bound up with what he does. Gradually a
    • fluctuating state of affairs, and money does business on its
    • for his teaching; for if a man does this, but as an educator
    • doesn't work. To place the teacher side by side with the school
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    • with the nose-form itself, and only later does the resemblance
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    • many breaths does he take in a day? 18 × 60
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    • results the desired unity. It does not result from the
    • of the child's attention to something which he does not yet
    • toned down so that it does not affect the human being too
    • into this undefined melody does he sink, as it were, the
    • does underlie the structure of certain cycles. Take, for
    • man himself is creative. Here he does not create out of a given
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    • beyond the child's horizon. It does not matter, you see, if you
    • hand.” Now each child does this too. When this is
    • perform it with him, my ego does it with him. My ego joins in
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    • what he did. If he does not, if nobody remembers, you must
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    • it does not make educators. For this reason there can proceed
    • know what person with a normal human intelligence does not know
    • it does not wish to be fully awakened by what I should like to
    • activity which does not seek to comprehend. When you let the
    • abstract form of meaning in such a way that he does not, it is
    • thinking, so does the education of feeling lie midway
    • we must cultivate everything which does not aim at a mere
    • of the past to the extent that the detachment from life does
    • something imparted in such a way that he does not fully
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    • to this, by the arms and hands, with which the human being does
    • does so, can adjust itself to light. Because the taste-organs
    • of how, for all the functions for which the cuttle-fish does
    • body; consequently, it does not need such big ears as the
    • mouse has. Nor does it need such large grown-on limbs as the
    • that it rests on his shoulders, that it does not want to move
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    • to the organs of man himself, because only then does the child
    • the same quality, and this understanding does not really emerge
    • again does the child a great deal of harm. We should concern
    • does not get warm first of all. But the warm air has the
    • child does not contain too many statements which the child then
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    • does no harm. But first go through it with the children.
    • the child does when he finds his own example is particularly
    • it does here, to the mother tongue.]
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    • the curriculum. It does not immediately have everything in it which
    • does not really belong to this elementary school course. But
    • does belong there, for the child must learn this art of
    • for it does not really belong to this stage of childhood.
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    • embraces far more than it does at present. Geography at the
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    • things, but it probably happens that he does not retain the
    • does about Christianity.” This attitude, even in
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    • further one travels from north to south the more does one sink
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    • enthuses too freely on object lessons does not know that there
    • through the feelings, this very object teaching does him harm.
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    • be slack; but must put his whole being into what he does in
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    • epoch of human evolution does not enter into the consciousness of
    • put it so, a preparatory breathing: it does not yet bring the being
    • all that he sees with his eyes, and hears with his ears, and does with
    • through what he does, but above all through what he is. Truly, my dear
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    • real, and an image is something less than real; a seed does not become
    • picturing, and who does not allow the will to fulfil itself, thereby
    • motor nerves, as has become customary, does not correspond to the
    • activities which have to be continued in the cosmos, so does the
    • head-nerve system does not really lie within the outer brain layer of
    • which we are so proud; it does not lie within but below the outer
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    • conservation of energy; a law which, in a sense, does no harm when
    • or if the touching of left and right meant as little as it does with
    • precisely the same way as now, when it does receive these bodies. But
    • muscle. The nerve does not become bone solely because the blood and
    • form a geometry. But how, for example, does he form the conception of
    • is in the plane where this movement is produced. He does not bring it
    • does not reach down into the bone system. The consciousness of it
    • In evolving geometry he is copying something that he himself does in
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    • which does not yet express itself, which remains behind in the soul,
    • does not appear clearly even in practice. Hence language has no words
    • horses down the middle of the street. The coachman does not stop and
    • bridge. And even then it does not occur to her to get out of the way.
    • there does exist in every man what is at work in the subconscious soul
    • Not until the soul is freed from the body does this intention become a
    • nature, does not appear in the external man between birth and death.
    • has something in its nature which does not only stir a man once but
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    • environment than the human being does. The human being has in reality
    • does not come into consciousness in ordinary life. It only comes into
    • strange this may seem; all a child does, all its romping and play, it
    • does out of sympathy with the deed, with the romping. When sympathy is
    • from the point of view that man lives his way into the world, and does
    • wrought the most terrible havoc. What does Kantianism do? First of all
    • through our own winning of it, does reality come in sight, and the
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    • we call cognition, were there within all that your ego does; and again
    • what your ego does is there within the activity of cognition. You are
    • element that does not reach into our consciousness. Willing in
    • will begin to rise out of the earth. Why does this happen? It happens
    • In feeling it is different. There the ego does enter into the real
    • only, when using his thinking-cognition unless he does such exercises
    • In trying to enter the ego consciousness it does not become conscious
    • intuitions, that is entirely right for he does not produce them
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    • people are very soulless in middle life does not prove that middle age
    • element, is the nerve system. But how does it come to be this medium?
    • Only by continually expelling itself from life, so that it does not
    • spaces are. We must be grateful to the nerve system that it does not
    • trouble about soul and spirit, and does not do all that is ascribed to
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    • of sleeping and waking are playing into the waking life. How does
    • head too partakes of the chest nature, and so does the limb-man. The
    • The organ of seeing is open to our sight, but nature does not make it
    • complicated way. On what does the perception of the ego of the other
    • Official science of the present day does not rise to an observation so
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    • Now what does this really mean? What is this dreaming soul? It is more
    • upon the body. The waking soul does not work upon the body. The
    • the stream of inheritance. But the soul does carry out this refining
    • arise of itself, if, for instance, the teacher does not merely
    • and does not dry up and become hard and rigid. You must therefore
    • in the present. How does one live in the present? One lives in the
    • made into a source of joy does not come into its own because what the
    • education, for not until adolescence does man attain a right and
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    • — the muscles and blood vessels have shrunken. What does this
    • inside out. How does this come about? It is because the head has its
    • it so. Not so the breast. Its centre does not lie within the sphere.
    • made, it does not quite succeed. The nearer the ribs are to the head
    • shoulders and does not let the movements reach the soul. The soul must
    • the shoulders. What then does the soul do? It begins to reflect from
    • outwards — such is the nature of the musical arts. Thus does man
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    • naturally does not bring with him our conventional methods of reading
    • him you should realise that he must grow rightly. What does this mean?
    • does so by twice passing the children in review, as I have explained.
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    • mineral in man. Destructive illnesses arise when this does not happen.
    • question: what does the head really do in carrying out its work in
    • The head is involved in shaping the human form. But does the head
    • build up our truly human shape? No, indeed it does not. You must learn
    • is actually stirring, but it does not develop into a wolf; it is
    • indeed a super-sensible correlate to that which does not come to
    • Let us first take the breathing. What does a man do in breathing? You
    • For if you consider a plant, what does it do? Of course it does not
    • man. The plant does breathe a little, especially in the night, but to
    • plant world is indeed inherent in man, but he does not allow it to
    • out the carbon dioxide, and does not allow the plant kingdom to arise
    • the process of vegetation from arising within him; if it does arise he
    • but he does not leave them as they are; he changes them. He changes
    • that the human being does not carry on the processes of nature as they
    • does warmth act when passing from a cooler place to a warmer, and vice
    • does such a warmth process act in the human organism when this
    • condition we live only in a force body. And what does this force body
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    • back on itself. So does the spirit and soul gush over in man. The
    • and see to it that he does not get too fat. Later in life getting fat
    • We see it pressing upon him from outside, developing, as it does so, a
    • that does not let them through. And you can picture the dead material,
    • matter is to light, so is blood to the spirit. It does not let the
    • example, when a man does bodily work he moves his limbs. This means he
    • man works too much with his limbs, that he does too much bodily work,
    • spirit. For spirit continually floods round him when he does bodily
    • a lazy person does something. From an external point of view he really
    • does no less than an industrious person — but he does it without
    • turn, does not need to work so much unconsciously in sleep, because we
    • movements, movements penetrated with meaning, so that the child does
    • what he knows and does not know. Of course under present-day
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    • longer conspicuous. A correspondence, however, does exist between the
    • What then does this invisible head do? It is constantly devouring you.
    • is mostly meaningless. For one cannot explain well what one does not
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    • The spiritual view which we are here representing does not say: Here
    • life and to ask. How does the soul and spirit work upon the child up
    • to the change of teeth? How does the soul and spirit work upon the
    • historical aspect of the origin of speech to-day.) But how does a
    • makes his own the sounds he hears about him? Or does he derive the
    • within the external world — does not yet feel itself
    • we are educating, does not adopt from us the judgments we give
    • than logic. For the child does not yet need logic. For the child does
    • grow. The Waldorf School does not aim at being a school, but a
    • soul. For a child does not listen to us in order to check and prove
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    • does, Mind can make the motions of spirit. But mind is passive. If
    • perceive the effect of what the soul does in the manifestation. Thus:
    • action, activity, in ourselves far more than mere reaction does.
    • does not start by man's saying to himself: I can think, and can
    • I have described how one does this.
    • chrysalis, so after death does the soul fly out of the body. Only, the
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    • And now: can we ourselves do what otherwise life does? Can we look
    • “asceticism” which does not require that we should withdraw
    • I say, although he does not yet understand it. So much of what we
    • feelings and the loves and affections of children. If one does not
    • does not understand man. One does not understand man if one says:
    • willing, — the life of will. And willing does not depend
    • it does directly, not indirectly by the way of the nervous system, not
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    • do some-thing which does not suit an organism with a bent to sadness.
    • splendid, as long as one does not think spiritually. But if one thinks
    • philosophy which concludes with abstract observations and does not
    • Only to love the children does not suffice for a teacher. To love
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    • in a knowledge of man does truly proceed by drawing out all that is in
    • the child. It does not merely say: the individuality must be
    • developed, it really does it. And this is achieved firstly by not
    • endeavour to lead over what the child does of its own accord out of
    • between boys and girls does take place. Thus, round about the tenth
    • rheumatism and gout — it is a pity that medical observation does
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    • does man's adaptation to the outer world become complete. Only now is
    • and dynamic of the world, only now does he experience what is called
    • think he under-stands them. But he does not, because he is controlling
    • facing him at their desks, what goes on in the single child. He does
    • about that the child of melancholic disposition turns inward and does
    • does not control its movements at all, it kicks — its mental
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    • to month. As a doctor does not say at the very first examination
    • every characteristic is toned down. One does not so easily see how it
    • main lesson is that it does away with the ordinary kind of time table.
    • learns to know the table anew in some foreign language, — he does
    • — and then what a child of 11 or 12 now does, a child of 9 will
    • does not look its best, some children are clumsy, others not amenable
    • in the matter of tidiness — even if this, way does give more
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    • does not satisfy. For if we guide the child's play so as to content
    • self of the human being, and then anaemia does not arise in the same
    • teacher of the class who does not want to give the child up. And often
    • does eurhythmy makes a great difference to his appearance. Whether,
    • That does not matter. Naturally, it goes without saying, a normal and
    • Naturally, when I speak of veils this does not mean that one can
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    • his nerves. The boy does not know what to do with himself. Something
    • no person, not even to a philosopher, does this two legged being of
    • the Earth called Anthropos seem so great a riddle as he does to
    • and gentlemen, the sun that rose earlier often does not rise. Here, in
    • how to educate, how to teach. Now how does it come about that there is
    • actually does in man; that one shall know: the intellectual form of
    • present way of considering history does not attain this. It makes a
    • education and A. comes and says: Yes, we do this already, but B. does
    • it all wrong. And then B. comes and says: We do this, but A. does it
    • caned into the movement which does not accord with its nature and
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    • “A” does not come into being all at once, but as the result
    • the other hand one has a child who is phlegmatic, who doesn't want to
    • he feels the stretching power in the I as he does it. Similarly when
    • not that he does this (crosses the arms), but that he feels: here one
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    • movement somewhat lower, returns again, and does it with both (arms)
    • that he doesn't learn to walk properly, he walks clumsily — or
    • it is somewhat harmful when the child doesn't enjoy it. One must try
    • not a feeling in the way one does with a vowel, a feeling of stretching,
    • the person has an inner picture of what he does.
    • when Mrs. Baumann does it for us now, how it is when one does the
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    • he remains more within and does not go completely out of himself but
    • in the outer world, one doesn't wish to remain in oneself, one wants to go
    • into account, however: if one considers the forms outwardly one does
    • does not imply that they can do much with their intellect; they are
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    • a proper recuperation. But that isn't true at all! If a person does
    • one listens. One entones the “I”, then does the movement,
    • front and then breaks on the abdominal wall — it does not actually
    • candidates for constipation: one does them a kindness, in fact, by doing
    • be entirely clear, however, that human art does have to do with the whole
    • human being and does not proceed from the head alone. And especially in
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    • actually movements that awaken. However, because one does not wake up
    • antipathy, sympathy, antipathy, or only one of these two. When one does
    • happen. But because one in reality doesn't go to sleep while making
    • thus becomes stlawbellies, for example. Does that have to do with their
    • to it: eurythmy does not follow the principle of similarity in its
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    • very exactly. What is happening? A poem is recited. The person who does
    • He doesn't speak himself, he listens. That is essential. He listens to
    • daytime existence often does, is it not? But what actually takes place
    • when he does it? If you consider the process from a
    • the person who is not reciting. What does he do when he listens? He
    • one does what the human being carries out with his etheric body constantly
    • characterized does not come to expression in its entirety. What I
    • does not take place in other respects, for the ego and the astral body
    • does not pursue physiology at all: even when an experiment is conducted
    • What does it actually mean when man becomes egoistic? Organically
    • How does
    • One should understand that the person who does consonantal eurythmy
    • case of the person who does vowels in eurythmy, his aura is drawn together,
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    • is rampant. What does it mean, when we say that something of a plastic
    • system, the objective inspiration which goes inwards does not encounter
    • the liver, and so on. When a person does consonantal eurythmy, it is
    • And when this process does not exude in sultry poetry but takes instead
    • takes place in the human being does not become a recording of mysticism,
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    • And since one does not stop at an A or an L in the middle of a word,
    • does not operate in the field of medicine in such a manner as I once
    • against the nerve-sensory-man, when one does the L-movement repeatedly,
    • then demonstrated, one does a great deal to help weak-looking children
    • of squinting. With squinting I would only advise that one does not proceed
    • as when sighting. Provided, of course, it does him no harm. In fact,
    • which does not engage itself in the etheric and physical organisation. Here
    • in addition. He maintains one should not add anything to it. He does
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    • figure, he does so by studying and working from a model. It can,
    • human being actually does when he utters a vowel or consonant sound,
    • differently constituted soul-life. But every vowel sound does in its
    • As I have already said, our soul-life does not in any way flow into
    • business it is to manufacture poems — does not over-emphasise the
    • use of the muscles of the face does form an essential part of
    • principle of putting on one side everything which does not definitely
    • be expressed through the medium of this art and which does not
    • what does not lie within its true scope.
    • feels this. He feels that each movement that he makes does not arise
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    • does not then work down strongly enough into the rest of the body.
    • something down there between the root and the stem. Therefore it does
    • does not provide him with any continuing strength. But the principle I
    • body: it does not have to provide all the warmth itself. By being
    • become different? Well, first I have ground the seeds. What does that
    • means, then the stomach does not have so much to do, or the intestines
    • everything raw. How does this come about? It's because people no
    • But the human being doesn't have it so easy with the fats. If someone
    • whether it has any root forces. Now the leaf, the green leaf, does not
    • does go beyond, it goes over into the human being. And the person may
    • is, to be sure, something nutritious in it, but the child doesn't suck
    • does decide he can do without it and changes over from a meat to a
    • of living without meat. If, however, one does become a vegetarian, he
    • necessary. And actually, if a person does eat such enormous and
    • gulps down too much protein, it doesn't go over into the body at all,
    • but into the fecal waste matter. Even so, the body does get something
    • then one does not poison oneself.
    • amount of protein. What protein it does have — naturally, it also has
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    • still in the stomach and intestines; it does not remain protein. The
    • them all together again. That's what the human body does with protein.
    • intestines, man does not have protein in him, but he has carbon,
    • myself. But it doesn't happen that way, gentlemen. A human being has
    • his memory as a complete human entity; his body by itself does not
    • manure. One must see clearly that cow manure does not come out of a
    • in many ways. One doesn't usually pay any attention to that fact.
    • not the upper head. It does go into the lower head, where one thinks
    • still living. Does he still have any symptom of his earlier
    • Your father, for example, does not need to have had hay fever himself;
    • softening of the vessels. Even if the hay fever doesn't come out, it
    • doesn't matter, the child trudges off to it anyway and finds the
    • give him what he needs, then he doesn't become a thief. It is of great
    • loathes, and not force him to eat what he does not like. If it
    • happens, for instance, as it does with very many children, that he
    • doesn't want to eat meat, then the fact is that the child gets
    • can write down. Gnawing at his pen doesn't help him, but the coffee
    • does, so that one thought comes out of another, one thought joins on
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    • up he does not retain the world of light and colors as well. The
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    • and he searches for an archetype, he does not focus on a single human
    • course, one must not imagine that the Devachanic world does not
    • to surround its forms; it does not wish to absorb anything from
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    • person does not have a musical ear; the ear must be specially adapted
    • term, however, the esotericist does not refer to the actual soil of
    • each of which is tuned to a certain tone. The ear does not alter what
    • comes to it from outside, or at least it does so only a little. All
    • perpendicular, one on top of the other. Science does not know what to
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    • earthly organism — does not yet contain the faculty of walking
    • pre-earthly existence, orientation does not refer to walking and
    • standing as it does here on earth. There, orientation refers to the
    • man has a language that does not actually emerge from within, that
    • does not follow the exhalation. Instead, it follows spiritual
    • singing, he undoes in a certain way what he had to undergo in
    • body; and the stream of breath, which does not pass into solid,
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    • the musical element really does not exist in the physical world. It
    • does not have a subject that exists in the outer physical world such
    • appreciation does tone physiology (acoustics) have anything to say
    • customary today one cannot grasp the element of music. If one does
    • something new. The other feeling that will come about but as yet does
    • becomes clear that the musical experience at first does not have the
    • experience does not actually exist in the same sense as sense
    • experience does for the other senses. The sense experience in
    • only a reflecting organ; the ear does not actually bring man into
    • connection with the outer world in the same way as does the eye, for
    • world. The metabolism is also an accompanying factor and does not
    • musical element, however, does not live in me at all; it lives in
    • of octaves does not approach this yet — it will become a new
    • element. You see, up to about the age of nine, the child does not yet
    • what is important. One does the child a great kindness if one
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    • does this really mean in relation to the whole musical experience? It
    • lost to humanity. Modern man does not have the experience of the
    • the remnants of imaginations, however, though one does not recognize
    • does man really approach himself with the musical element.
    • unfold in that part of the human being that does not belong at all
    • grasped conceptually and what he wills to do. Music, however, does
    • thinking in the thematic melody, but the theme does contain the
    • measured will that runs its course in time; it does not proceed
    • physiology that would have significance for music itself does not
    • indeed, does the musical evolution of man proceed? It begins with the
    • element, however, he needs something that does not exist in outer
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    • the sense world. Though one does not see them with ordinary eyes,
    • as naturally as did the Atlanteans does not even perceive the musical
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    • said the man — “is incomprehensible; it just doesn't make
    • either be conveyed to men in a form which does harm, or it may be
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    • time does not differ so very markedly in outward, physical appearance
    • truth of what I have just said does not occur to them.
    • moment. But does the good player apply his mind to detailed
    • that does not mean that his skill — the skill of a really good
    • What will one do on the other hand if one does want to serve mere
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    • communications as a foundation. He does not say
    • because it stands in the Gospels. The spiritual scientist does not
    • the events of the past. This source does not lie in external records;
    • revealed in the Akashic Chronicle, and then ask ourselves: How does
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    • followed by a ‘heavenly host’. Here we must ask: What does a
    • an advance does not take place from one day to the next.
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    • everyone. What does it mean — to be ‘dimly clairvoyant’,
    • enjoyment in the world, so that he does not merely move though the
    • the eye does not see with pure, unclouded vision; it would look into
    • Hence the ear does not hear with full clarity but everything is
    • Earth-existence. True, he does not enter directly into a physical
    • as a Bodhisattva; it is a body that does not contain in itself all
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    • assimilated between the twelfth and eighteenth years, so that he does
    • gave the impulse for this and thereby became Buddha. Hence he does
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    • members of the human organism in the third week, but does not come
    • gradually. Not until then does the Ego become active as an inner
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    • reveal it. But the evolution of humanity does not by any means
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    • This transition does not come about suddenly, but gradually,
    • sentient (astral) body which does not become completely free as
    • the Ego of Zarathustra was living in that body. What does this mean?
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    • do not penetrate; for it does not depend only upon how words are
    • of seed falls among thornbushes; there it does indeed germinate, but
    • What does the coming
    • confined to the life of soul. Because in the modern age the soul does
    • be removed. He does not immediately say to the paralysed man: “Stand
    • research does not enter into these fine distinctions; it does not
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    • for everyone. But beliefs prove nothing; only facts decide. Does
    • that he will believe only in Moses and the Prophets does not
    • understand the signs of the times, nor does he know what a transition
    • not an individual will become Christian does not depend upon his personal
    • desired, ‘Untruth’ — something that does not tally with
    • the world to-day does not, properly speaking, possess the Bible and can
    • aim of this Eightfold Path? What does a man attain when from the
    • is pure love which the Ego does not keep enclosed but releases as a
    • heart, from that which the heart does not confine within itself. The
    • here is meaningless. If it is contended that the German language does
    • ‘full’ does not possess the Christ. Hence an essential
    • profundities of the Gospel of St. Luke. This Gospel does not speak to
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    • next incarnation for the seed to bear fruit; only then does he become
    • human being something that does not arise from the seed but is, so to
    • Powers allow that to come to light which the researcher himself does
    • birth’ and does not in any sense arise from the seed. This element
    • seed. Christ Jesus, however, spoke to that in man which does not
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    • incidentally, does not exclude a number of odd proposals having been
    • of the human being. He does not provide an answer to this. So what
    • remains: Why is it that Schelling does not advance to the stage where
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    • currents of thought? That does seem a significant question.
    • because it does not recognize that at certain levels physical and
    • soul in abstract terms, and does not advance to the level where this
    • This hardened brain simply does not permit the inner vision of human
    • Because whether or not we gain access to the spiritual world does
    • anyone who does not say ignorabimus must be
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    • specific needs. Time really does progress, and the people of today
    • see depicted in the physical world is all very nice, but it does not
    • something which does not belong to the earth, which belongs to the
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    • one does not progress beyond the scientific method introduced by
    • they draw a veil over it. Nietzsche says: Nowhere does modern
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    • that this does not make it any better, because these feelings of
    • certainly have one's own opinions about what one does, but when
    • someone else does something with which one is connected it is also
    • to grow with every passing day. If it does so, there can be no doubt
    • opinions are held only by individuals. The Society does not have an
    • which allows anyone who does not want to subscribe to a particular
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    • As long as this does not happen, it is not surprising that people
    • guidance from anthroposophy itself whatever the situation. That does
    • If such action does not develop, if it is only our opponents who
    • spoken in these lectures does not develop, if such self-reflection is
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    • the depths of uncorrupted human nature emerges something which does
    • meaningful and in accordance with reality. His dreaming does not
    • How does the
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    • us reflects the higher beings. On the contrary, the Earth does not
    • consciousness is situated in the stars and does not exist on
    • remarkable being. He does not possess separate eyes and ears, but is
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    • that a second world of a very different order does in fact exist.
    • purpose. What he does in fact feel is movement and activity
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    • he does so with the knowledge born of Initiation. He would like
    • first place, this is something that does not lead to the real sphere
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    • the future is relegated to the present where it does not belong. In
    • the weight of the cerebral fluid displaced. Thus our brain does not
    • mathematically. Life, however, does not proceed mechanically or
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    • because the man who does not penetrate more deeply into the nature of
    • what madman is this! This may happen if he does not keep a tight hold
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    • following phase. As Professor Schleiden does not believe that the
    • chaotic. This is the vague and nebulous mysticism which does
    • vision. Only at a further stage does the vision really contact the
    • scientific facts, the spiritual world is always with us, but it does
    • is that no sooner does she feel the first promptings of an
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    • sleep. But he does not live only in the worlds to which this
    • their findings. Even though one does not investigate the facts
    • etheric being. Nevertheless a definite renewal does take place. And
    • achieved through anthroposophical inspiration if mankind does
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    • of the world of Maya, merely to copy the model, does not advance our
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    • the depths of uncorrupted human nature emerges something which does
    • meaningful and in accordance with reality. His dreaming does not
    • How does the
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    • us reflects the higher beings. On the contrary, the Earth does not
    • consciousness is situated in the stars and does not exist on
    • remarkable being. He does not possess separate eyes and ears, but is
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    • that a second world of a very different order does in fact exist.
    • purpose. What he does in fact feel is movement and activity
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    • eyes and ears of the soul. He does not now perceive what is happening
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    • he does so with the knowledge born of Initiation. He would like
    • first place, this is something that does not lead to the real sphere
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    • the future is relegated to the present where it does not belong. In
    • the weight of the cerebral fluid displaced. Thus our brain does not
    • mathematically. Life, however, does not proceed mechanically or
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    • because the man who does not penetrate more deeply into the nature of
    • what madman is this! This may happen if he does not keep a tight hold
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    • following phase. As Professor Schleiden does not believe that the
    • chaotic. This is the vague and nebulous mysticism which does
    • vision. Only at a further stage does the vision really contact the
    • scientific facts, the spiritual world is always with us, but it does
    • is that no sooner does she feel the first promptings of an
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    • sleep. But he does not live only in the worlds to which this
    • their findings. Even though one does not investigate the facts
    • etheric being. Nevertheless a definite renewal does take place. And
    • achieved through anthroposophical inspiration if mankind does
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    • goes to sleep. Of course the person who does not acquire
    • the modern age. What does modern intellectual culture say
    • are within it. This, however, does not concern us so much
    • during ordinary daily life, for spiritual science really does
    • away from matter into the spirit, yet it does so through the
    • given. Often what is of essential importance to me does not
    • Speech does not only contain what modern materialistic
    • science believes it does; there is something in speech which
    • Rhine’, what does he mean? No doubt he feels something.
    • weeks ago. I asked, “How does the effect our Goetheanum
    • comparison — like a jelly mould that does not exist for
    • you can see what it is for. What it does to the jelly is the
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    • it does, its activity and rhythmical play into this physical
    • art does not contain what works in the ego as something which
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    • being does not only sleep at night, when his conscious
    • the human being exactly in what he does half or more than
    • must say this. But as a complete human being he does not
    • existence. He does something which proves that he in a
    • souls. What does the human being do when he becomes totally
    • everyday waking consciousness man does not know the origin of
    • evolutions; nor does he know what will become of him in the
    • in fact something which does not fit in with the comfortable
    • themselves: Now I feel that what I am experiencing does not
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    • So does their dishonesty
    • He does not need, with naked feet,
    • sentimental, for in its present form it does not in the least
    • no man see me, and live.’ — Initiation does
    • brotherliness if it does not agree with a person's freedom.
    • so that it does not happen that we are faced with the call,
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    • imitate, and that it does not produce the form primarily out
    • much less of the serious side of wrath about it and does not
    • out of orange does not come merely to punish us and break us
    • to be stimulated. And this does happen. However, man has to
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    • and does not take hold of our whole being. We just need to be
    • their heart, and because anthroposophy does not yet have the
    • educated by grown-ups. What does the materialistic age
    • Now spiritual science does not have a point of view, or, if
    • on the whole it does not have the kind of youthfulness it had
    • anything special by the age of fifty, although he does not
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    • something absurd. A person does exactly the same thing as far
    • What does
    • does not obey the ‘you shall’ commits an immoral
    • incorporated in it does not dissolve; for it contains a
    • materialistic age does not want knowledge of any other sort
    • they will gradually turn into something he does naturally,
    • stronger and stronger. Certainly it does. But then there
    • comes a point where it does not get stronger any more but
    • outside our body. Obviously this does not need to alter our
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    • doesn't he? This is because the glove is something dead. It
    • civilisation does this, it will not overcome its
    • the hidden forces in the earth, for a tree does not only
    • putting forth branches. This part here does justice to the
    • it does not look like a dome any more, if it is looked at
    • be asked, ‘What does this mean and that mean?', and
    • he does not just follow the course of his blood as it
    • of what his blood does, nor does he just follow the course of
    • then in the form in which it does today, the nervous system
    • on making its appearance. It does not need to be acquired
    • man does not keep it outside his physical and etheric body,
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    • does not show at first sight what it actually is.
    • the same form that he had when alive. But now think: how does this
    • growing out of it does not seem beautiful. But that is only because
    • to be. But in that way one doesn't arrive at the truth.
    • nothing more of it. It is the same with all substances. On what does
    • soul sensitive feeling and does not destroy it. It destroys the body,
    • he must first be conceived. The conception takes place. But does
    • does not become physical, because no conception has taken place. The
    • fluid; the mineral, however, wants to approach. What does the bird
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    • acid — however, it does not become as solid up there as quartz.
    • does not go all the way to the sense organs, the head, or the skin,
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    • You see, what that man does is what the geologists have
    • perishes lying on this piece of ground, and this particular soil does
    • of the earth does in fact show us that in past ages when neither man
    • one will not understand how the Christian element evolved if one does
    • an ancient fellow, almost dead already-if one does not count the life
    • externally — if we had done it. But it doesn't matter, as long
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    • hydrocephalus, he does not have a backward sloping forehead, but a
    • after a while what does it look like? After three hours when it has
    • not telling you something that does not still occur today. Every time
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    • Anthroposophy does not do this. Anthroposophy does not
    • builds up his language. He does not build it up from names given to
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    • are too weak, because the head does not then work down strongly
    • Therefore it does not have as much mineral content as the carrot; it
    • weak afterwards, and does not provide him with any continuing
    • help the body: it does not have to provide all the warmth itself. By
    • does that mean? I have crushed them into tiny, tiny pieces. And you
    • through cooking or some other means, then the stomach does not have
    • they're going to eat everything raw. How does this come about? It's
    • But the human being doesn't have it so easy with the
    • leaf, does not have root forces. No green leaf ever appears down in
    • fat contained in meat does go beyond, it goes over into the human
    • the child doesn't suck it for that; he sucks it for the sweet taste.
    • without it. If he does decide he can do without it and changes over
    • bear the thought of living without meat. If, however, one does become
    • is necessary. And actually, if a person does eat such enormous and
    • at all. If one gulps down too much protein, it doesn't go over into
    • does get something from it: before it passes out, it lies there in
    • less, because then one does not poison oneself.
    • no special amount of protein. What protein it does have —
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    • in the stomach and intestines; it does not remain protein. The human
    • human body does with protein. It must take in protein and take it all
    • reaches the intestines, man does not have protein in him, but he has
    • can make it myself. But it doesn't happen that way, gentlemen. A
    • itself does not have the kind of memory that can take note of
    • present in cow manure. One must see clearly that cow manure does not
    • different from ourselves in many ways. One doesn't usually pay any
    • lower head, not the upper head. It does go into the lower head, where
    • again, and he is still living. Does he still have any symptom of his
    • Your father, for example, does not need to have had hay
    • doesn't come out, it is protecting him from arteriosclerosis. And if
    • off, that doesn't matter, the child trudges off to it anyway and
    • satisfy the child, if you give him what he needs, then he doesn't
    • and what he loathes, and not force him to eat what he does not like.
    • If it happens, for instance, as it does with very many children, that
    • he doesn't want to eat meat, then the fact is that the child gets
    • pen doesn't help him, but the coffee does, so that one thought comes
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    • his intellect, he does not say that the spirit helped him — and
    • If it does not do so — well, gentlemen, people are
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    • How does this relate to human evolution?
    • related to the things. This has led to the opinion that man does not
    • actually the violet does not only consist of the solid part that you
    • but where does this zodiacal light around the sun come from?
    • as Copernicus taught — merely stands still, this does not
    • account in any way for the presence of that light. So where does the
    • things; the dog doesn't understand things, he smells them. We
    • and adapt themselves accordingly. What does the violet do? The violet
    • plant-nature, also have an odor. So whether something does or does
    • But this does not happen to us. Man no longer has such perceptions.
    • animal, this does not exist, but these faculties are very
    • has to learn, while the animal doesn't need to learn, for it knows
    • being does not find his way again to what he was once able to grasp
    • through imagination, if he does not come again to the spirit, then he
    • science does not simply make a man clever. As a matter of fact, if he
    • spiritualized, but that does not make you clumsier. These are things
    • into the secrets of nature. Cleverness does not necessarily lead to
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    • effect does that have upon the earth? What is known about Mars?
    • the sun around the earth. In reality, of course, the sun does not
    • Of course someone may say that he doesn't believe this.
    • experiments, but anyone who doesn't believe what I've said should do
    • that the scents of flowers are related to the planets. Does this also
    • Does anyone else want to say something?
    • influence does affect their color.
    • position. That, however, does not concern us at the moment. In a
    • 60 x 18 in an hour = 1,080 breaths. How many breaths, then, does he
    • around yearly in the way it does, if it only made daily circuits as
    • when a medicine is being prepared. So because nature does this far
    • large quantity of a certain mineral. Where does the wild strawberry
    • strawberries in soil that doesn't contain much iron, one can get huge
    • exceedingly well. In a garden it does not get iron, but it draws
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    • Rudolf Steiner: Good morning, gentlemen! Does
    • imagine, at the places where its surface is dark, the sun does not
    • begin to heat a room. It doesn't get warm all over right away. If you
    • does not see!
    • electricity does not come out of it. And yet electricity is alleged
    • dissolves properly, there will be fine weather, and when it does not
    • himself has no inkling. He simply does not observe them. When we get
    • movement than on another day. So the way the sugar dissolves does not
    • the sugar does not depend upon the way you consciously put it into
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    • Question: Why does lightning not come in a
    • lower it descends, the more it does move in a straight line. There
    • zigzag of the lightning comes about because it does not arise in one
    • But now does this imply that the interior of the earth
    • moment begins to rage; one doesn't know when the moments will occur.
    • thrown together in the cosmos, mainly from the earth. What does that
    • much heat does not become cold. He said to himself that it does not
    • delightful remark: he said, “Free thought does not mean that
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    • exclusively on them. What does the modern scientist do when he tests
    • investigates the spiritual in a scientific way and therefore does not
    • doesn't matter if we're stupid, and there is no need for us to bother
    • worker is aware of them. But what he does not perceive is where these
    • Marx, does one really get at the right and proper wage for labor? The
    • question is: Does one get at it in that way? Obviously, up to now no
    • Think of someone who does no work the whole day long,
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    • nothing but figures that have been calculated. And calculating does
    • it doesn't begin to move about — because it cannot exercise
    • body. But that kind of thinking does not hold water if one really
    • examines it thoroughly. It simply does not hold water. If it did, we
    • is all the time sloughing off his skin — he just doesn't notice
    • So now we must ask ourselves: Does thinking originate
    • So the fact is that thinking does not come from our
    • different clothes. That is what man does through the whole of his
    • ourselves have to build it up. Where does it come from? The body we
    • is for someone when he does not get rid of what ought to be excreted
    • order, shall we say, to have fingernails does not come from what he
    • point, having made a complete circuit. How long does the sun need for
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul One: Lecture 1: The Mission of Spiritual Science
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    • throws no light on the nature of rationality. Nor does Descartes in the
    • morning and passed across the heavens, just as it does today. That which
    • sense-world. Hence it became clear that the sun does not revolve round the
    • impartially that something super-sensible does exist and cannot be
    • conclusion. For what does he think about man's relationship to a
    • super-sensible, spiritual world? He does not deny that a man observes
    • then, does point to something super-sensible; the faculties used by the soul
    • Thus, Kant had to recognise that a human being does not follow only
    • asked: Does this possibility of developing hidden faculties that slumber in
    • forth in the soul a real spiritual perception, does so no longer. But if
    • we see that man does not come into existence at birth or at conception, only
    • Since the change does not come about all at once, it is still necessary that
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul One: Lecture 2: The Mission of Anger
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    • always present in the physical body; the reason why the living body does not
    • only from the living”, so does Spiritual Science state that “soul
    • does not live once only but passes through repeated lives on earth; every
    • steel that burns and the concept of it, which does not. Once, when I had said
    • So does the Ego
    • is indeed man's task to enrich himself inwardly, but this does not imply a
    • then we can properly speak of a righteous anger. No-one does better at
    • does not lapse into blind rage, its effect is to damp down Ego-feeling
    • and purify them. But overcoming something does not mean shirking or shunning
    • liberated Ego imbued with love. Then we understand what the legend does and
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul One: Lecture 3: The Mission of Truth
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    • opposite truths. How does this come about? If we carefully compare the two
    • When I lay down my work, someone else will continue it. He does not get away
    • account. He does not speak about himself, or ask what sort of opinions or
    • form a thought or reach a decision about something, does it follow that we
    • a photograph of a remarkable tree. Does the photograph give a true picture of
    • that he had thought it out correctly. He has to show that the clock does what
    • with reflective thoughts. Nothing else does so much to isolate the Ego, to
    • Why does he want this knowledge? Does he mean to place it at the service of
    • that Nature sets before him. He does not merely think about it; he opens
    • work of art which does not embody merely an act of thinking; it is imbued
    • united with truth if they are to understand one another. Nothing does more to
    • wonderful landscape. What does all this signify? We need only consider the
    • that night and day are all one. Nor does he experience the world as a dream.
    • itself. This does not yet apply to Prometheus himself, but when a man
    • Pandora and what does she signify? Truly a mystery of the soul is concealed
    • already. She does not simply emerge from the darkness of night; she
    • does this, the forces arising from the consciousness of the truth he has
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul One: Lecture 4: The Mission of Reverence
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    • approach the super-sensible world. This does not mean that the super-sensible
    • simple consideration will show that in fact this is what feeling does. Anyone
    • that never for a moment does the Ego fail to sustain itself. The Ego must
    • grasp the unknown as one does in the realm of dreams. Under these conditions
    • of reverence in human gestures — what forms does it take? We bend our
    • by its mother, this does not prevent her from loving equally her second,
    • enhanced, but it does not have to be divided up or multiplied when it is felt
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul One: Lecture 5: Human Character
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    • achievement, but Goethe certainly does not say so. On the contrary, the
    • and Consciousness Soul, withdraw, as does the Ego. During sleep the astral
    • body and Ego are in a spiritual world. Why does a man return every night to
    • this spiritual world? Why does he have to leave behind his physical and
    • When the soul goes off to sleep in the evening, does it carry anything with
    • A man does
    • itself. But the Ego does not stand apart from the urges, desires and passions
    • deep kind — knowledge that does not remain grey learning but is
    • How, then, does
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul One: Lecture 6: Asceticism and Illness
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    • know?”, is for Spiritual Science misdirected. It does not ask what man
    • by Spiritual Science. It does not ask where the boundaries of our knowledge
    • This does not
    • symbol, which does not appeal only to dry reasoning, but by stirring our
    • to rise to higher worlds through inner meditation and contemplation does not
    • the same relation to warfare as asceticism does to life in
    • satisfaction we get from it. Play does not prepare us for anything; it finds
    • How does
    • utterances can be tested, he is logical and does not talk nonsense. On this
    • he will tend to drown and to lose himself in it. Anyone who does not allow
    • does try to develop these inner faculties, and makes use of such forms of
    • This does not
    • great stress on a certain diet. This does not at all imply that such a mode
    • its accustomed standpoint, it does not rise to higher powers, and he puts up
    • “Theosophist” does not automatically guarantee the ability to act
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    • What the plant does without willing it,
    • What else does
    • It does not
    • Does anything similar occur on the human level? Yes, if we consider Nature
    • similar does occur in man. For man is not intended merely to reproduce his
    • outer existence. Then, secondly, we can say that a human being does not live
    • consciously what the plant does unconsciously. At the very moment when the
    • various faculties of the human soul, we can ask, for example: How does egoism
    • does, or anything that brings us into discord with the world, will have a
    • will find it all there.” This kind of instruction does the student very
    • calling, in spite of the claims of duty. What, then, does he really want? We
    • by different persons! What other people do out of egoism Mignon does
    • happiness, but in the long run it does him no good. By alienating him from
    • life, and that a certain spiritual guidance of mankind does exist.