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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • consideration of human freedom is too pronounced on the part of the
    • superstition. But it is easy to deceive oneself here. Freedom from
    • self-discipline. Such freedom is not easily attained by anyone. It
    • practicality of wisdom. Only when he has learned to listen to the
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • domination comes, which is so totally inherent in a woman that it
    • gradually become the domain of men; and it is from this that a higher
    • This domain of present-day physiology, which speaks of a body of
    • a man, and the soul, which was fructified by the wisdom of the
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • organism if they do not function properly. Our freedom can be
    • freedom and become dependent upon our bodies if we ignore what is
    • the vegetable, animal and mineral kingdoms, and with it they
    • mineral kingdoms. We must realize that plants represent the direct
    • structure of substances is so organized in the animal kingdom that
    • kingdom, we not only take into ourselves the physical meat and fat
    • of impulses found spread out in the animal kingdom, has induced
    • will be able also to let his inner forces predominate. Thus, the
    • Coffee is also a product of the plant kingdom
    • mineral kingdom.
    • plant kingdom. Plants have physical and etheric
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • which dominates the waking life, the life in which man is mentally
    • freedom of men. But whatever can be gained in the way of outer
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • physical body has become dominant and makes movements on its own,
    • wisdom of life that sustains and carries us forward.
    • mineral kingdom.
    • the plant kingdom. Plants have physical and etheric bodies.
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • gain for ourselves in the first half of life and that predominate in
    • acquire spiritual wisdom and a vision of life's mysteries. Pupils of
    • through the wisdom of the mysteries a pupil could indeed unite with
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • the animal, mineral and vegetable kingdoms. He will learn to say, “That
    • Mystery wisdom, “The great Sun Spirit, Who in the future will live as a
    • possible wisdom might come forth, human beings could neither manage
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • phenomena into plant, animal and human kingdoms, it is not acceptable
    • need fresh means of understanding ancient wisdom and need to continue
    • making progress out of this inner freedom. It must be stated that
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • spot, a sculpture dominated by three figures. In the center of this
    • This feeling dominates so essentially as to break this upper beings
    • elevate human beings to the domain we call the spirit world. A
    • have been led into considering the wisdom of India as something
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • complete freedom of thought and a longing for it will so lay hold of
    • will feel that complete freedom of thought in the domain of religion
    • spiritual science calls freedom of thought. By coming together in
    • social life in which brotherliness prevails, freedom of thought, and
    • see, it is only through the wisdom of spiritual science itself that we
    • which, besides cultivating spiritual science, are based on freedom of
    • higher form of community, founded in the freedom of love among
    • kingdom still lives, that is what is revered by the Russian
    • true freedom of thought; least of all will it be able to rise to the
    • many respects. But one idea predominates in him, not quite consciously
    • Thou gav'st me Nature as a kingdom grand,
    • believe that those great masters of wisdom who guide human progress
    • love of those masters of wisdom who guide and direct the work we
    • the power and the love of the masters of wisdom who are directly
    • this group the spirit of good that is in you, great masters of wisdom,
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • of asking such questions today; in the domain of natural science they
    • as a product of a complex of forces to be found within the earth domain. (It
    • now the mineral kingdom was not to be found. The road is a long one over
    • mineral kingdom. That element which is active extra-terrestrially today as
    • to the development of the mineral kingdom, was a living being itself. It was
    • no way represent the arbitrary dominance of any fantastic speculations or
    • everything coming out of this domain belongs to a type of research upon which
    • even in domains lying very close to the human being, which must be
    • treated exactly as the truths of pure faith are treated in a higher domain.
    • can only be acquired by being communicated. In a higher domain the truths of
    • its own powers alone, because they lie in a domain which is withdrawn from
    • spiritual domain. Although Spiritual Science uses such terms as trinity and
    • incarnation in the domain of spiritual perception, this fact has nothing to
    • do with the application of these terms in relation to the domain to which
    • instance, he includes the spiritual nature of the human soul in that domain.
    • that domain. It thus wins its way to truths which support the truths of
    • into the domain of the truths of faith, but that the former can defend and
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • proposal for the social and economic life out of a specious wisdom,
    • who still pay heed to all manner of professorial wisdom on social
    • domains. The first is this: Man as he evolves towards the future will
    • domains of Art. All that has been attempted in Art during the last few
    • pronouncement of external wisdom.
    • actualities only in those domains of life where it is absolutely
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • dominate the labour world for the simple reason that he wrote and said
    • Freedom, in contrast to the relativism of Neo-Kantianism and
    • Power, Appearance, and Knowledge or Wisdom — or, as the Bronze King,
    • is not, for the second soul force dominates — Semblance and
    • to establish united kingdoms, with decade-long calls for unity — but
    • degree of wisdom and insight. And he who can connect himself with
    • spiritual wisdom now being revealed by the spiritual world. This
    • wisdom wants to be realized and the Christ Impulse will be a help in
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • many domains of life, was really only able to give a few indications
    • eighteenth century. The demands for freedom, equality and fraternity,
    • literature on law is a veritable martyrdom for sound thinking; one
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • to the earth's atmosphere. These are predominantly at work in everything
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • experiences in the domain of consciousness to the other objects of
    • ideal, for the ideal of generosity, of freedom, of goodness, of love,
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
    • Now it is possible to attain complete freedom of our inner life if we
    • freedom dawns when we enable the will to become an ever
    • with will. We bring will into thinking and thereby attain freedom. As
    • find freedom. On the other side (outwards) our actions stream forth
    • Just as we attain freedom by irradiating the life of thought with
    • into the realm of the will; we develop freedom in our thinking by
    • we find freedom in the life of thought and love in the life of will,
    • there will be freedom in our actions and love in our thinking. Each
    • Thus you see how in the human being the two great ideals, freedom and
    • love, grow together. Freedom and love are also that which man,
    • will-permeated thought with its predisposition to freedom, while on
    • connecting both has since ancient times been called Wisdom.
    • grow, so what is unfolded through freedom must find an element in
    • freedom can certainly be grasped by unbiased thinking. But to see
    • there lies the possibility of freedom, and there lies
    • the possibility of love. And freedom and love belong together, as I
    • speak of the imperishability of matter, annul freedom on the one side
    • coerced by the past — and freedom — action that is not
    • predetermined. Freedom and love are, in reality, comprehensible only
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  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • IN THE FESTIVAL of Christmas something is given to Christendom that
    • borrowed the vessels of the ancient Egyptian teachers of wisdom in order to
    • We can see from this story how Egyptian wisdom conceived of the connection
    • Many things which appeared in the Egyptian wisdom must be repeated in a
    • mother of the saviour, the divine wisdom, Sophia. If the Isis legend is to be
    • times is presented with a wisdom of the world in which the stars move
    • When the Mystery of Golgotha took place, the divine Sophia, the wisdom that
    • way. Divine wisdom, heavenly wisdom, worked in the revelation to the poor
    • Isis-Sophia, Wisdom of God, she has been slain by Lucifer, and on the wings of the
    • on the boats of Spirit-knowledge Awaken in human souls Isis-Sophia Wisdom
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • old wise ways of fathoming the universe. The ancient wisdom-teachings
    • from ancient times a capacity gained from a certain stream of wisdom,
    • wisdom in the Three Wisemen from the Orient. We are shown clearly that
    • mathematically, whereas the ancient wisdom of, the stars perceived in
    • one of this wisdom of the stars. Men sought in the stars for a deeper
    • connected as a soul and spirit with this universe. This wisdom of the
    • annunciation, through the channel of the teachers of wisdom, through
    • to human wisdom at that time, to the Wisemen of the East. Thus the
    • before our experience of it existed. This is mere word-wisdom;
    • With such a torrent of phrases Darmstadt wisdom-schools may indeed be
    • founding schools of wisdom. For rightly understood, the matter is as
    • itself known by means of the wisdom of the heavens, which knew that
    • In the shepherds' wisdom we learn to know the earth by feeling our way
    • merest remnants of the ancient wisdom left to man. I have already
    • of Christianity with the help of the fragments of an ancient wisdom
    • undergoes metamorphosis. What then became of the wisdom of the Eastern
    • world which is the offspring of the shepherds' wisdom. The child bears
    • astronomy, are the offspring of the wisdom of the Magi.
    • metamorphosis of the shepherds' wisdom. And our mathematicians
    • The wisdom of the Magi too has become dry mathematics, perceiving the
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • knowledge that the pupils of wisdom in early times had to tread.
    • personification or what you will, in those ancient schools of wisdom
    • for which the pupil in the School of Wisdom had to be prepared by
    • wisdom known to a select few. What such a wisdom-pupil knew, for
    • the feeling of freedom, that sense of freedom which is in reality a
    • we have to-day when we speak of “freedom” was not there for
    • with our word “freedom,” the feeling we associate with the word
    • early nineties, on the connection of the experience of freedom with what I
    • One cannot really put the question concerning freedom in the way that
    • can say is that man is on the way to freedom. By cultivating
    • The condition of mind that leads to the experience of freedom — the
    • The preparation of the pupil in the Wisdom School was therefore
    • that could be attained by pupils of the ancient Wisdom Schools only
    • ancient Wisdom Schools was that the pupil, when he looked into his own
    • thought and the feeling of freedom and a stronger selfconsciousness,
    • the development of the experience of freedom. Here, in a sense, we
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • can surge even higher — into the domain of the senses. When negative
    • judgment surges into the domain of the senses, what is the result? The
    • And now let us ask: What, in reality, is this activity in the domain
    • the world was an especially vivid experience in the wisdom of the
    • instinctive wisdom, caused him to attach little importance to the
    • Today, of course, it must be realized that the old instinctive wisdom
    • must become conscious wisdom, that what has sunk into the
    • the forms of the ancient wisdom, upon preserving for humanity those
    • and records of the ancient wisdom. Everything that could in any
    • It is true that in order to reach inner freedom, it was necessary for
    • Persia with their instinctive wisdom, and in this sense the sun was
    • and he was done away with. In order to reach freedom it was indeed
    • Indeed during the first centuries of Christendom, Christ was still a
    • cosmic wisdom was lost to Christianity — and this comes to expression
    • the ancient wisdom still survives but is passing into darkness. And in
    • the universe — the Palladium-treasure is illumined by a wisdom born
    • Palladium, the treasure of wisdom, from Troy to Rome, from Rome to
    • wisdom, will have fallen into utter decadence; and they tell of the
    • becomes radiant. And so it will be with the wisdom of the East: dark
    • permeated by the wisdom of the West, by the spiritual light of the
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  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • is speech that elevates Man above the other kingdoms of nature.
    • original word of truth, his word of wisdom, was lost. Speech was
    • mineral, plant and animal kingdoms. After this life between death and
    • instinctive, human wisdom it was astronomy that was expressed. What
    • those olden days was one and the same thing. The wisdom in the
    • wisdom. And there was something of quite a dim consciousness connected
    • what once existed in the instinctive wisdom of primeval times. Take
    • recede into the background to enable Man to develop his freedom. Man
    • This was a necessary step in the struggle for freedom. For Man could
    • develop his freedom only by pressing together quite indistinguishably
    • the primeval wisdom of the world, what remained of all that stood for
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • through the arteries that they eventually spread into the abdominal
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • Earthly Knowledge and Heavenly Wisdom.
    • importantly, they learned to know the so-called three kingdoms of nature
    • gain freedom. In ancient times man became an intellectual and free being
    • freedom by inner right. We must recognize fully the import of the
    • wisdom, the ‘natural man’. And it was considered that this natural
    • Mystery-wisdom, man, as he went about his business on earth, was not a
    • their intellect and in freedom, that the true being of man was pouring from
    • my soul for freedom, because I have gained intellectual consciousness. I can
    • realize how at every moment this freedom of his has to be wrestled for. He
    • (Philosophy of Freedom)
    • is prepare yourself for consciousness and freedom as they will arise in you
    • freedom, of that consciousness which is able to suffuse with inner life
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • healthy. Only when breakdown predominates will destructive processes
    • predominating growth forces, grow radiply tall. The the
    • night processes predominate over the day processes. You could say
    • splinter gets stronger and predominates over the blood activity. Then
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • approaching the human being? The predominant practice is not to look at
    • rump consisting of chest and abdomen, and limbs. Of course, in this
    • within the human abdomen, or the lower body, must call forth the polar
    • at the basis of abdominal typhus, is essentially based on a disturbance of
    • fever, delirium, enlargement of the spleen, abdominal pain, and a
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • being. Through all the kingdoms of Nature upon Earth-mineral, plant,
    • animal kingdom — there works what we may call a lower spiritual realm.
    • long, long ago, the primeval wisdom — the original and sublime
    • wisdom-teachings of mankind, whereof the Vedas, the Vendanta, are but
    • great Universe. Whoever seeks Initiation-wisdom in present time, must
    • among other things seek to receive into this Initiation-wisdom what
    • is in Jupiter's domain; yet the interactions between them are far more
    • Golgotha was taking place, a Gnostic wisdom was still there, inherited
    • from olden time, through which the Mystery was understood This wisdom
    • still preserve some relic of the old instinctive wisdom. They are the
    • this remnant of an ancient wisdom no longer belongs, in the best sense
    • wisdom. And yet these bearers of an ancient and instinctive wisdom
    • America. They are persuaded that their ancient Oriental wisdom even in
    • knowledge of the Christ, the wisdom of the Christ can be regained.
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • mankind, with whose wisdom Raphael, as Elijah, had been deeply inspired. He
    • penetrates, wisdom-filled, the sphere of Jupiter. In this sphere he is able
    • in wisdom to enter into a relation of understanding with such spirits as
    • Take Michael's Wisdom beckoning,
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • were able to receive the wisdom of gods through atavistic,
    • considered to be their own particular wisdom. This wisdom at first
    • look back on a divine spiritual wisdom received here on earth by men
    • who were in the frame of mind just described, a wisdom received
    • from the gods themselves. This wisdom was of a special kind: namely,
    • such a way that this was not grounded in the wisdom of the gods, but
    • through the wisdom of death. If a god had not passed through death,
    • predominant sway of materialism Ahriman could cherish new hopes for
    • loss of the ancient wisdom which enabled man to grasp something of
    • the spiritual truths, whereas the new wisdom was not there. To a
    • wisdom of the gods. The sentence that condemned Christ-Jesus to death
    • this original divine wisdom of the past and thought that this ancient
    • wisdom was the source of the knowledge which came streaming down even
    • calling of a scribe, could, however, bring this divine wisdom only as
    • all had to pass through death. The original divine wisdom streams
    • down as far as the wisdom of the scribes, who were the Hebrew
    • contemporaries of the Mystery of Golgotha. This wisdom can only
    • cross, is indeed the Christ and the Messiah, this current of wisdom
    • cross. That is, man must have turned the old divine wisdom into
    • meant that a divine wisdom no longer existed, for the Ahrimanic
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  • Title: The Manicheans
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    • Darkness wished to storm the Kingdom of Light. They came to its
    • Now they were to be punished by the Kingdom of Light. But in the
    • Kingdom of Light there is only good. Thus the Demons of Darkness could
    • Kingdom of Light took a portion of their own kingdom and mingled it
    • into the Kingdom of Darkness. Thereby a leaven, so to speak, came into
    • the Kingdom of Darkness and a kind of vortex arose. Death came into
    • of its own destruction. There then arose from the Kingdom of Light the
    • Archetypal Man, the human race who must mingle with the Kingdom of
    • darkness must be overcome through the Kingdom of Light, through the
    • freedom.” That is presented exoterically in the Faust Saga.
    • From the Kingdom of Light a spark is sent into the Kingdom of Darkness
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • Great Britain and Dominions, 15s. yearly, 3s. 9d. quarterly. Single
    • to mathematics within the domain of human knowledge. Plato intended to
    • he cannot have any conception of what true Wisdom is.
    • quantitative; where the qualitative begins, there its domain ends.
    • exact sense of the word) in the domain of the qualitative itself. In
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • reality it is very near indeed to the higher domains of the life of
    • kind takes place in the case of the animal kingdom and the human
    • kingdom; but we are justified in our conviction that the mineral world
    • mineral kingdom as we have it around us on the physical plane does not
    • these kingdoms are present in quite a different form. They are not
    • namely, as realms devoid of feeling. The first kingdom of those we
    • is the animal kingdom. I do not of course mean the individual animals
    • therefore, starts his life two kingdoms higher. On the Earth we get to
    • know the animal kingdom only from the outside. The most external
    • Spiritual. The animal kingdom is the first realm with which he makes
    • It is the animal kingdom, then, with which acquaintance is first made.
    • The next is the human kingdom. Mineral Nature and the plant kingdom
    • are absent. The dead's acquaintance with the human kingdom is limited
    • Just as concerning the first kingdom with which the dead comes into
    • contact — the animal kingdom — we can say that everything
    • much more intimate connection with human beings in the domain of
    • and so on. The higher the kingdom, the more intensely does a man feel
    • the dead live. The kingdom in which the dead live can easily be
    • near, the moment of waking passes quickly by, and we are seldom
    • well: “ The Kingdom of the Spirit cometh not with observation
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  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • plant, and animal kingdoms was also touched upon, and this then led
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • compelled to think in a particular way; there is no freedom in
    • thinking. What is the use of speaking of freedom where this necessity
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • how does man achieve real freedom in his social life? Schiller would
    • never have expected that men would be led to freedom simply by giving
    • this condition of freedom within the social order. Schiller believed
    • freedom in the external world. And he says: Man has his existence
    • sensuality is a necessity for him, not a freedom. His reason is also a
    • structure, freedom is achieved, as Schiller understands it.
    • from necessity to freedom was not as simple as Schiller had believed.
    • (not symbolises) wisdom, the Silver King who represents beautiful
    • from necessity to freedom in his own way. He was the spiritualised man
    • to find his way through to spirituality in freedom. That is the
    • wisdom was quite correctly aware of these things, in an atavistic way.
    • capitalist. Spiritual life came long ago under the dominion of the
    • where freedom must rule; while the impersonal element of the law must
    • of law, Fraternity and Freedom must be able to work. But they cannot
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • plant and animal kingdoms — in the very same way do we live with
    • Babylonian kingdoms, of the ancient Persian and Egyptian kingdoms and
    • The more exact domains of knowledge are by no means yet at their
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • perceive. Nor can they arise within this domain. The form of the eye
    • abdominal organs. The cochlea within the ear is none other than
    • development he already comes into the domain of the earthly force of
    • the mother body, the ear is protected from entering into the domain of
    • become the legs. The embryonic ear does not enter the domain of
    • in which the consonants predominate, human beings can far less be
    • their deeds, than in those languages where vowels predominate. For the
    • feeling of inner freedom. They have now entered once more upon the
    • spiritual has a diseased mind.’ No further wisdom beyond this is
    • required! But such wisdom, unhappily, is widespread nowadays. You see
    • Philosophy of Freedom,
    • Philosophy of Freedom
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • kingdoms as future soul-content of man, resting on the law of
    • know well that the reasons are very seldom impersonal. There are many
    • living roots in the ancient wisdom, and the occult knowledge once in their
    • obtained from the mineral kingdom? You are inculcating human spirit into
    • yourselves what is now the mineral kingdom and it will become part of your
    • inner being; similarly the plant kingdom. What surrounds you in nature will
    • nature that surrounds us in the kingdoms of the minerals, plants and
    • four kingdoms of nature, of which man is one. To bring spirit into the
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • In this way we can find again a renewed Mystery wisdom for men; a
    • Mystery wisdom which once more exercises the art of releasing Spirit
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • brought forward in Christendom during those times. The Christ of the
    • should be relegated to the domain of Faith. We cannot, however, enter
    • to-day, as we have said, rise in full freedom to spiritual vision
    • the source of the ancient Wisdom-teachings of the divine origin and
    • These ancient Wisdom-teachings come to light in strange ways; myths,
    • namely, that at the time of the beginning of Christendom, as a result
    • its fulfilment at the time of the beginning of Christendom. The soul
    • Christendom is One Who brings man — above all other
    • the St. Thomas Aquinas Calendar. St. Dominic's Press,
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • either of clear or vague premonitions, in various domains of modern
    • the nature of Mysticism. In the first centuries of Christendom the
    • in the domain of true Mysticism, and it is purely in this sense that
    • uttered at random; they were indications of a deep and profound theory
    • domains. The great riddles of the universe were presented to those who
    • with their eyes, they also heard with their ears. Wisdom was presented
    • wisdom it was created. But first we must consider certain things which
    • God brooded over the face of the waters! The wisdom that lived on
    • actual expression of Nature's wisdom. Wisdom streamed into the men of
    • were endowed with clairvoyant powers. Wisdom was there in the mists
    • connection with Nature, wisdom is uniform among them, for they live
    • and breathe in a sphere of wisdom. This gives rise to brotherhood,
    • for each man perceives the same wisdom, each man lives in the soul
    • flowed out of the mists of old Atlantis. In those ancient times wisdom
    • was a wisdom that was common to all, a wisdom from which the element
    • of egoism was entirely absent. Now the age-old symbol of a wisdom that
    • human Ego. The universal Wisdom, once bestowed by Nature herself now
    • became a wisdom flowing from the Ego into human deeds and
    • element of wisdom common to all men in earlier times lived in water,
    • the old universal wisdom and they now forged the Ring which
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  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • age when very much of the old Initiation-wisdom was still living in
    • men. And indeed there were many who applied their Initiation-wisdom
    • of the highest faculties of Initiation-wisdom.
    • Initiation-wisdom which had lived in Asia Minor, Northern Africa, in
    • evolution of Christendom people tried to cast into oblivion.
    • four centuries of Christendom — for example, of the way in which
    • deeper Mystery-wisdom, although this wisdom was still possessed by
    • to say about Indian wisdom. Nevertheless, if we ask for something
    • authoritative on the subject of Indian wisdom to-day we shall
    • nothing down was because they held that wisdom must be something
    • We learn, then, that by the time of Plato and Aristotle, wisdom was
    • universe. Great and sublime was the wisdom presented in the schools of
    • wisdom because it was still cultivated in many places during the first
    • four centuries after the Mystery of Golgotha. With this wisdom men
    • And now let me deal with another chapter of the wisdom taught by
    • This wisdom was well suited to bring about reconciliation between the
    • crown of wisdom was to understand how the Christ Being had entered
    • respect grows up within us. Profound wisdom was taught in the early
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  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • the Sun-epoch became possible through the Spirits of Wisdom, and the
    • of an Ego. The beings that belong to the other kingdoms of Nature,
    • kingdoms of Nature have received their stable forms through the
    • animal kingdom. Also the animal kingdom has its definite forms. It
    • the great difference between the forms of the animal kingdom and of
    • the kingdom of man! If we cast our gaze over the surface of the
    • individual human species; in the human kingdom, however, we cannot
    • the kingdom of man as that between a lion and a nightingale, we would
    • would have before you the whole animal kingdom! The etheric body
    • fundamental types the forms of the whole animal kingdom. In other
    • whole animal kingdom, which is simply held together by the form of
    • being bears within him, as a disposition, the whole animal kingdom.
    • From this standpoint, the animal kingdom differs from man only
    • Consequently, the animal kingdom is the expanded etheric body of
    • statement: “The animal kingdom is the human being,
    • human being bears within his etheric body the whole animal kingdom.
    • that the physical body holds together the whole animal kingdom, the
    • have abandoned it, and a whole etheric animal kingdom would rise
    • this animal kingdom does not rise out of the human being, for the
    • allow it to reach the point of splitting up into the animal kingdom.
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    • of Christendom is quite different. I once said that by its very
    • underlying the Greek Temple. The Church of Christendom is quite
    • been a truer instinct than that which coined the word Dom for
    • the Temple of Christianity, for Dom expresses a
    • gathering-together, a togetherness of human beings. (Dom is
    • once whole and perfect in itself, strove in the Church of Christendom
    • into the word; when the word is the embodiment of wisdom and prayer
    • revealed to wisdom and to prayer, and the forms which surround the
    • Cathedral of Christendom have arisen in the course of the evolution
    • and higher stages of perfection in the same domain.
    • our work, I have come across artists in many different domains who
    • has outgrown the wisdom that the Seven Wise Masters had been able to
    • Post-Atlantean epoch, when the intellect predominates everything. In
    • too, to bear upon the ancient wisdom which has been the seed of the
  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • of Jesus, “The kingdom of God cometh not with observation,
    • neither shall they say, Lo here, or Lo there, for behold the kingdom
    • wisdom of Chaldea: astrology, astronomy, astronomical observatories,
    • themselves above all as men of wisdom, as artists. When they set about
    • the physical plane. Therefore He uttered His wisdom through the form
    • of the wisdom of ancient Judaism. But this wisdom had to be
    • is not given. More and more freedom is allowed to the Initiates of the
    • Judaism, Kingdom of God, Knights Templar, Lemurian, Manu, Medes,
    • Kingdom of God,
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    • Sun not only pours forth light, but sends out radiant Wisdom into a
    • Freedom. Before he could attain true spiritual Freedom, something had
    • Sun they saw the radiant Wisdom which they had indwelt, which had
    • Freedom. He, whom man on Earth had forgotten, appeared again in a new
    • of modern Science, modern wisdom. And we recognise; These thoughts
    • spiritual Freedom. These thoughts are in truth the only ground on
    • which man's spiritual Freedom grows. Because they are dead —
    • thoughts and use them towards Freedom. And yet, it is with all the
    • freedom must be evolved, we need the Christ to lead us into a true
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    • have place, that at the time when man went forward into freedom, he
    • ancient Greece, man would not have been able to evolve to freedom.
    • further forward in the direction of freedom.
    • further forward in the direction of freedom. And when man rises to a
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • centuries of Christendom. It was said that Jehovah united with matter
    • Christendom. Men's minds were now directed to the physical
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • I am not fond of doing so, and I do so seldom. Anyone who looks at
    • plant and animal kingdoms of nature, and of the physical human
    • kingdom, come into us along with other experiences of soul —
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    • preparation of food from the plant kingdom, the building of cities,
    • the Earth, who only belongs to the Kingdom of death.
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    • Phoenicia back to Egypt. A deep wisdom is expressed in such a myth, a
    • wisdom of humanity's physiology. What sort of conditions were
    • In such signs was cosmic wisdom contained for ancient times, this
    • cosmic wisdom which in fact was at the same time a heavenly wisdom,
    • older experience in Imaginations. Real physiological wisdom is, in
    • more concrete form of the Osiris-Isis-myth: it is universal wisdom in
    • a deep wisdom lies in these things. With superficialities one cannot
    • the macrocosm, they sought for social wisdom through the star-wisdom.
    • But what lived in man as social wisdom bound him in fact to the
    • not have attained freedom and a full consciousness of the ego.
    • arrange social conditions in the Roman Kingdom. This, however, means
    • nothing else than that he had let the star wisdom be imparted to
    • him, had let the star-wisdom tell him how social conditions should be
    • national sentiment. Hence the battle-cry of the so-called ‘Freedom
    • ‘Freedom of the Peoples.’ And far more than men imagine
    • on the freedom of nations and so forth that is raised today, people
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    • this other Osiris-Isis myth I must count upon your freedom from
    • with all the wisdom of scientific profundity.
    • Court-jesters over all sorts of odds and ends of wisdom, and
    • flees from Pallas Athene, that is, from the Goddess of Wisdom, and
  • Title: Lecture IV: Ancient Myths
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    • evils that can happen to Russia in this war the fall of Czardom is
    • await the triumph of freedom from the sword of German generals. Those
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    • wisdom of the world. This was at one time an accepted part of
    • symbolize what I have often characterized to you as freedom of
    • our Group, in all his forms. If the false freedom of thought, which
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    • the wisdom of the head, and the wisdom of the head, it is true, does
    • not get beyond certain limits. This wisdom of the head, my dear
    • Gods. The Greek Gods have proceeded from the wisdom of the head. They
    • head of man can encompass with its wisdom.
    • this. Man is rooted with his being in the kingdom of the lower Gods,
    • in the kingdom of the Chthonic Gods.
    • man in the kingdom of the lower Gods then one must complete this
    • of our wisdom; it is so strongly the instrument of our wisdom, that
    • our immediate wisdom is connected with its development. But even
    • the life-wisdom of the whole life that might still have been lived,
    • enabled to see how a man assimilates life-wisdom, life-experience all
    • slower course of the heart-knowledge, they say there wisdom-knowledge
    • Wisdom is fructified in man by love. So say the dead. [See
    • and dies? Priests, pastors, know no other wisdom to put in place of
    • this comfortless wisdom. And since they do not know that, they say
    • not mere theory, if it were life-wisdom, social life-wisdom. Then the
    • it, it cannot become heart-wisdom.
    • traditional. But head-wisdom has become social theory. That is to
    • through Spiritual Science, since Spiritual Science is head wisdom
    • the Russian realm have not loved Czardom. And in those who loved it,
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    • this domain.
    • the animal kingdom is also to some extent involved — inasmuch
    • traditions derived from ancient wisdom, a wisdom that is not ours,
    • that the Lemurian man received practically the same wisdom as the man of
    • human being still received world-wisdom. This did not lack that logic
    • That original wisdom was an actually inspired wisdom, one that came
    • worked in a certain way into the head and gave man cosmic wisdom. Man
    • of the ancient archetypal wisdom? This remnant really only faded away
    • there still existed original wisdom preserved from quite ancient
    • everywhere. We find a sifted and sieved head-wisdom, head-experience,
  • Title: Lecture: The Souls Progress through Repeated Earth Lives
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    • the ancient oriental striving for wisdom, the pupils of the initiates
    • head life. For the epoch in which the ancient oriental wisdom
    • the ancient Indian sought after wisdom.
    • forces of the nervous system. The ancient Indian student of wisdom
    • certainty to him. For such a student of wisdom it was simply
    • Mystery of Golgotha. Oriental wisdom, nevertheless, that wisdom which
    • it the wisdom coming to them from the Orient. From oriental wisdom
  • Title: Lecture: The Forming of Destiny in Sleeping and Waking
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    • of the duty or aim we have set ourselves in freedom of thought. In
    • our thoughts we are free beings; but the power to use the freedom in
    • In thought we can be free. But in order to use this freedom aright in
    • freedom — the power that leads to freedom in feeling and in
    • free. The foundation for freedom lies in the activity of pure
    • worlds where freedom is not to be acquired. Freedom is acquired
    • freedom and karma, for freedom is connected with those members of
    • wherein freedom has its foundations. Karma does not weave the texture
    • well be found in what is said concerning one particular domain or
    • insight in one domain we need, in reality, to study this domain in
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    • although we seldom give any thought to the matter — that a
  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • After many long years of work in this domain of knowledge, I know
    • really to penetrate into higher worlds and to recognise the kingdoms
    • between the experience of freedom and that of nature-necessity can be
    • On the one side there is the reality of human freedom. But the
    • conviction is prevalent that this freedom must be renounced if one is
    • common with all other creatures in the kingdoms of nature, must be
    • subject to the domination of nature-necessity.
    • freedom, our free spiritual activity. In that we rise, as man, to
    • harmony, is the freedom inherent in a single earthly life, and what
    • beings. Necessity and freedom can be differentiated when we perceive
    • on the other, the freedom which is implicit in each single earthly
    • freedom may become an integral part of man’s estate. Conscious
    • realisation of freedom permeates us in spite of our realisation of
    • the several sciences, the life of art, as well the domains of
    • into the material domain of man’s being; it gives expression to
    • give expression to the super-sensible in the domain of his social
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • Europe in the form of an ancient wisdom, from what could still be
    • super-sensible vision. This older form of wisdom, the last echoes of
    • wisdom, gained through super-sensible means, is still alive in a
    • traditional form. Aristotle is aware of this older form of wisdom; he
    • gnosis of that time, with its still ample store of wisdom, which
    • were, a shadow-outline of the old spiritual wisdom. We can see
    • meaning with the old spiritual wisdom, reaches its climax in the
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    • a particular wisdom, or anything else in life, may possess in itself,
    • known something concerning real wisdom. I have already spoken to you
    • instinctive wisdom had once been developed, and that afterwards it
    • see, an older and more instinctive form of wisdom could feel
    • straggler along the path of ancient wisdom, has declared that
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    • from the ordinary course of development. Yet this very freedom
    • human life develops in the light of freedom. Let us then assume that
    • that the mighty skull dominates the face, that recedes. (I can only
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    • which is not man. Jacob Boehme had gleaned from the Folk-Wisdom
    • in the Folk-Wisdom from which Jacob Boehme derived his ideas? When
    • Folk-Wisdom which told him: Man dissolves everything he assimilates
    • in him a profound wisdom. But there is no trace of this wisdom in the
    • from the Folk-Wisdom which he then voiced in halting words.
    • things indicate the existence of an altogether different wisdom and
    • science in olden times, a wisdom which was experienced through inner
    • course of the Middle Ages this wisdom was gradually superseded by a
    • trickled away into Folk-Wisdom. What was once sublime wisdom,
    • this Folk-Wisdom and by his own genius revived it within him. He was
    • old Folk-Wisdom living in Jacob Boehm conceived as taking place
    • possessed of a wisdom incomparably greater than any contemporary
    • wisdom. They speak of an ancestor far back in time — an
    • men of his time, unable to transmute the Dominican wisdom that lived
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • himself a real feeling of freedom. This feeling of freedom is
    • longing for freedom which is the prerogative of modern humanity. One
    • in human evolution: the stage leading to the DEVELOPMENT OF FREEDOM.
    • Anthroposophy must enable us to take in fully the feeling of freedom,
    • whatever of freedom, but he knew man! Indeed, he knew more about man
    • cartilaginosity of the abdomen. It is a name that the Greeks found
    • wisdom. Yet we rebel against any kind of influence that may be
    • exercised upon our souls by this ancient store of wisdom. For
    • someone. A store of wisdom lies crystallized in the words we use, and
    • experience. Freedom fully harmonizes with the idea of Karma ...
    • and finally enable us to strike a balance, so freedom can very well
  • Title: Lecture: Some Conditions for Understanding Supersensible Experiences
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    • can there gradually be achieved what is necessary in this domain. As
    • the wisdom needed for the future, one of the most frequent
    • kingdoms of nature, is behind the ego that is an image only. We must
    • In past centuries, not so very long ago, this freedom in thinking was
    • achieve this freedom in their thinking, whereas we have to achieve it
    • nothing whatever to do with the sense-world, but in complete freedom
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    • and for mankind's freedom and progress, may He be with you and
    • vegetable, animal and human kingdom. It enables us to experience what
    • death. In regard to the wisdom of the great world, we are fearfully
    • out of pure wisdom, a complete woof of pure wisdom.
    • process that tires the stomach, an image of wisdom from out the
    • wisdom connected with our own being, it is the wisdom connected with
    • the wonderful structure of our inner being and this wisdom now lives
    • Life-Spirit from out the wisdom of our inner being, with the etheric
    • life-wisdom which is woven into him; he would be unable to prepare it
    • wisdom, which we collected during the process of growing weary, all
    • embody in us, as an image of the whole wisdom of the Gods, what
    • to acquire full freedom and his Ego-consciousness, it was necessary
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    • “the wisdom of man,” but rather “the consciousness
    • could have shown more respect for freedom than the way the
    • for matters intimately allied to freedom.
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    • fragments that remain of ancient Gnostic wisdom I have mentioned the
    • wisdom, were but at a childish stage.’ It is not so much a question in
    • accordance with the illusion of the times, people veil this domination by
    • saying: This is demanded by the age of liberty and freedom! What people call
    • freedom in the age of materialism is the very opposite of all freedom; but
    • full-sail into this future ‘freedom.’ This will consist in
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    • the stomach itself. In the domain of materialistic medicine, too, you
    • man, who, as it were, thrust forth the other kingdoms of nature: the
    • mineral kingdom was pushed out, certain specific inner organs arose.
    • certainly lose their greatest value, therefore they are seldom used
    • a modern form, you must realise that this wisdom is, in some
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    • division of the sexes took place in the kingdom of man on earth. You
    • in the human kingdom. I want to emphasise that we are not speaking of
    • kingdoms that are around us. Phenomena that doubtlessly belong to
    • bisexuality occur earlier. But what we call the human kingdom did not
    • her wisdom had created cork so that man could make stoppers with it.
    • medicament from the mineral kingdom works in the first place on man's
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    • upon himself in the cause of freedom, and his relationship to the
    • acquired his independence and freedom, otherwise the evolution of
    • freedom in the history of mankind would not have been possible. Man's
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    • of his freedom lies in his having preserved his inner rhythm while
    • wisdom of the world. When we bring the inner rhythm of number to life
    • the root of all phenomena. And we see that in order to gain freedom
    • draw attention to the kind of wisdom that enables man to create his
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    • the spiritual world or the kingdom of Heaven: ‘Except ye ...
    • become as little children, ye shall not enter into the kingdom of
    • Devachan or the kingdom of Heaven, and be in the spiritual world from
    • solely at the wisdom of the world that intended, right from the
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    • greatest wisdom, if we can only understand this. Therefore let us
    • distinctly different from the other kingdoms with whom he shares this
    • lions or elephants the general character predominates.
    • himself that raises man above the other kingdoms.
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    • grasp all the wisdom of the world with their etheric bodies, as
    • stock of the white population, who had predominantly developed the
    • population, and he had to colour this wisdom and teaching to suit the
    • development. That is why the great masters of wisdom and of harmony
    • finding the wisdom of the world in all its different aspects. And we
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    • advancing to the freedom of individual creativity through the
    • example. What is this greatest deed of freedom? It is that the
    • of wisdom and the masters of harmony and feeling. For thus do they
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    • the physical plane it is really only in the domain of artistic
    • martyrdom of spiritual knowledge, in so far as it is self-knowledge
    • individuals with predominantly materialistic views and who scorn
    • agitation. It is part of the martyrdom endured in the process of
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    • relationship which ensures freedom from any still imperfect form of
    • the Tempter — when uttered by Christ to men are supreme wisdom.
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    • forces which exist only as possibilities, some of which seldom make
    • great energy and freedom from bias — qualities that are not
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    • the souls of men that they led to triumph after triumph in the domain
    • mystery of Christian Rosenkreutz, recognising his wisdom to have been
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    • spiritual domain, whereas the forces working in the material sphere
    • the Thrones, of his etheric body from the Spirits of Wisdom, of his
    • happenings which are to be attributed to backward Spirits of Wisdom
    • freedom. Among these Beings of the higher Hierarchies there are some
    • such a way that they become the foundation of the sense for freedom
    • the tendency to surrender their sense of freedom and succumb to the
    • wonderfully how wisdom holds sway in the world, how everything that
    • manipulated by the wisdom of the Universe in such a way that harmony
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    • past live on in the present mineral, plant and animal kingdoms, just
    • we know from Spiritual Science, namely that the three kingdoms of
    • evolution. Mineral kingdom, plant kingdom, animal kingdom are,
    • period. When a man looks at the mineral, plant or animal kingdoms, he
    • applies to the mineral, plant and animal kingdoms in outer nature.
    • in these kingdoms and they continue into present existence, just as
    • mineral, plant and animal kingdoms or in the external aspects of the
    • human kingdom. But then we know that the essential realities which we
    • human kingdom — that is to say, from the viewpoint of sleep we
    • weaving life and activity in the other kingdoms of nature. The body
    • bring about this withering; the trend is there in every domain of
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    • kingdom to appear as a purely material realm is due to the fact that
    • thoughts of ancient Indian Vedanta wisdom. The sage acquires, even
    • Primal Spirit.’ (The Wisdom of the Vedanta says, ‘I am
    • wisdom of ancient India derived the deeply significant affirmations,
    • had come to the Earth, to the territory where Mars wisdom had been
    • Golgotha he was, as we know, sent by an act of Rosicrucian wisdom to
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    • Aeon. And there we find the Divine Sophia, the Divine Wisdom. She had
    • Sophia, the Divine Wisdom, now wanders through the realms of space
    • cast out from the Divine Wisdom, the Divine Sophia, but before
    • Divine Wisdom; for the being of Achamod, which lives in me, was once
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    • Mystery of Golgotha out of the treasure of its wisdom, and that this
    • most significant, wisdom-filled current of thought — when we
    • the comprehensive, deeply-grounded wisdom, permeated throughout with
    • mysteries which were lost to the wisdom-knowledge of later times. And
    • Earth among the holy Rishis at that time, their wisdom would have
    • man the splendour of the wisdom of the Logos, the wisdom that pulses
    • symbol of wisdom.
    • guardians of the treasures of wisdom derived from the three preceding
    • were three men of exceptional wisdom who even at the time of the
    • were the three Wise Men later on? What came of their wisdom in the
    • of Greek philosophy: the wisdom which from Thales and Aristotle on
    • accompanying the fourth culture-epoch like a shadow of its wisdom,
    • mankind. Only someone dominated by present day rationalistic ideas
    • conceivable wisdom, to understand Christ Jesus? It seems trivial, yet
    • gifts of wisdom, and in the fourth post-Atlantean epoch these were
    • remarkable fact that men with their wisdom have not understood much
    • just as far over the Earth as the domain of the olive tree extends.
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    • contemplation of the world, in a spirit of quiet wisdom, would have
    • could look with wisdom at all the nuances of sense-perception. Very
    • certain order and harmony, imbued with wisdom, could now flow into
    • of man. In the same way that wisdom had been given to the
    • bewildered men, the primal wisdom of the post-Atlantean time came
    • human beings the vehicles of divine wisdom. A significant reflection
    • lived in the dragon's blood and filled men with wisdom from the
    • was only from spring to autumn that he caused wisdom to flow up from
    • spring. A deep wisdom resides in this idea of Apollo going north. The
    • wisdom to the Greeks through the mouth of the Pythia. And what was
    • the content for the Greeks of this Apollo wisdom? We might say it was
    • consulting the Pythia. The Greeks cherished their freedom and so were
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    • endlessly full of wisdom if they are considered in the light of true
    • wisdom, since it professed the Jahve-god, had to become Geology. And
    • prevail. Geology dominates the destiny of the Hebrews. Geology,
    • Prophets to the element of Geology. A future kingdom which will
    • redeem the existing kingdom while remaining in all appearance an
    • earthly kingdom, a heaven on Earth — that is first of all what
    • clouds and found his kingdom on Earth. The distinctive inner
    • plant kingdom, the laurel has a strong connection with meteorological
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    • deep wisdom and sheer spiritual chaos, and they exerted much more
    • and the wisdom of the stars worked into the souls of men, harmonising
    • strife, but below the surface, and human wisdom will have to uncover
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    • super-sensible, in ideas as well as in things, in the kingdoms of
    • Kepler laws, which dominate present-day Astronomy, are his. Yet you
    • come to the Mysteries with the same forces which otherwise dominate
    • explore a wisdom which will disclose to us the connection between the
    • Prester John, who had his kingdom on the far side of the lands
    • reached by the Crusaders. In the time of the Crusades the kingdom of
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    • Spirits of Wisdom and the Archangels come to light again on earth in
    • the philosophical search for wisdom. Read in the book
    • how the Spirits of Wisdom enter during the Sun-evolution.
    • Wisdom are pulsing through his soul. The Old Sun existence lives in
    • of Wisdom and Archangeloi. These Spirits that missed their evolution
    • becoming mephistophelean wisdom, philosophy must get behind this
    • wisdom, must understand what it is, must flow into the stream of
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    • preserved as a last echo of oriental wisdom in the Vedas and the
    • glorious wisdom was once possessed by men who received it without
    • Mysteries, for it is the primal wisdom that the Moon enshrines within
    • Moon, while the highest wisdom once possessed by the Earth lies
    • cultivated by all the Beings in his cosmic domain. Creative thoughts
    • Jupiter is able to bring satisfaction to man's need for wisdom. And
    • to depend more upon receiving the memory of Saturn and the wisdom of
    • in the planetary system. Unlike Jupiter, who withholds his wisdom in
    • in whatever is capable of co-ordination. Mercury is the domain
    • the Masters of wisdom-filled thinking.
    • one or another domain of science, the latter is “Moon-forsaken”
    • personal freedom.
    • The element of freedom in speech is due to the fact that Mars too has
    • also be called the liberating planets; they give man freedom. On the
    • element of human freedom interweave in a most wonderful way. And
    • and freedom in the light which spreads out into the universe and
    • freedom in its flame, and if freedom is misused, condenses it once
    • in which freedom becomes a luminous reality in the universe; and at
    • misused freedom is moulded into destiny — until destiny itself
    • can become luminous and pass over into the flame of freedom.
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    • stand, but we are very seldom able to see the whole connexion.
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    • kingdom, as physical human beings, we receive few imaginations. We
    • We do not lose our freedom because we starve if we do not eat. No one
    • kingdoms, so do the dead interest themselves intensely in the human
    • coming to us from the dead. Indeed, we gain much of our inner freedom
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    • develop predominantly between the fifteenth and nineteenth centuries.
    • — in all the kingdoms of nature, in every star, in every
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    • world: we face the mineral, vegetable, animal and human kingdoms.
    • gigantic dunces, between birth and death. In regard to the wisdom of
    • wisdom, a complete woof of pure wisdom.
    • tires the stomach, an image of wisdom from out of the cosmos is
    • what now fills us as Life-Spirit, is the wisdom connected with our
    • own being, it is the wisdom connected with the wonderful structure
    • of our inner being and this wisdom now lives in us.
    • fills us in the form of Life-Spirit from out of the wisdom of our
    • even with the aid of that life-wisdom which is woven into him; he
    • begin to shape our next incarnation, from out the wisdom which we
    • an image of the whole wisdom of the Gods, what afterwards becomes
    • world because he was not free, and in order to acquire full freedom
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    • salvation of the earth, for the progress and freedom of mankind —
    • of the entire actual world. As we come together so seldom, it is not
    • need a certain freedom from prejudice, as I might say, in order to
    • in the mineral, animal and vegetable kingdom and in the kingdom of
    • if, toward the spirit-kingdom,
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    • different persons come from the domains of many different
    • words, ‘Change your attitude towards life, for the kingdom of
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    • is often mentioned among theosophists, but is seldom observed in such
    • robustly, but no other domain have they for their activities than
    • domain as the Spirits of the Peoples or Archangels, other Beings at
    • but for reasons pertaining to the great Wisdom which rules the world.
    • should be able to evolve in accordance with what wisdom decrees.
    • this sort takes place in the domains, in the realms where the
    • another domain. I pointed out yesterday, that there are yet other
    • But in this domain also, those Beings who have normally
    • have not proceeded from the predominance of the normal Archangel over
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    • perception? All that is contained in the wisdom, in the mythologies,
    • vegetable and mineral kingdoms. They are behind it all. So that a man
    • man could have a free outlook over the domain extending upward from
    • perceives as a withering of the centers in his domain of perception.
    • domain into which the Folk-spirit, the Archangel does not reach. For
    • domain in which is to be found the sphere of consciousness of the
    • Archangels can, however, also operate into the domain of the abnormal
    • higher still there are the Beings we call Kyriotetes, Dominions or
    • Spirits of Wisdom. You will find these different spiritual Beings
    • of Motion. That is therefore a domain in which the normal and
    • together, just as we have found a domain in which the normal and
    • which he belongs, a member of the whole human kingdom, is brought
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    • Will or Thrones, the Spirits of Wisdom, of Motion, of Form, of
    • the East; but the Central European domain must call to mind its own
    • work, the human kingdom is particularized, how then those other
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    • man. (Below him are the three kingdoms of Nature, the animal,
    • vegetable and mineral kingdoms.) Above him come the Angels, then the
    • 3. Spirits of Wisdom or Dominions.
    • of Nature and Spirit knows only the domain of maya or illusion, the
    • element again is intermingled what we call the Spirits of Wisdom. So
    • Spirits of Motion and the Spirits of Wisdom. When we gaze out into
    • principally the domain in which the Spirits of Motion are at work.
    • Then there still remain the Spirits of Wisdom, who send
    • Wisdom.
    • predominating elements of our own personal being,
    • body through the influence of the Spirits of Wisdom, and on the other
    • element of Wisdom — of that which reflects the inner wisdom,
    • inner Wisdom could originate. Then the Moon-mission was necessary for
    • dominant in various ways and at various times.
    • nearest domain above the physical world in which this fabric can be
    • Form and the Spirits of Wisdom are weaving from without, and the
    • domain in fact, is one of the most highly-colored and most dangerous
    • who prematurely and in the wrong way entered the occult domain, has
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    • also acquire a feeling of the infinite wisdom contained in the whole
    • Malay race. We then pass on across the wide domain of Asia and in the
    • domain of Europe and we find in the Europeans, in their basic
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    • freedom; every one of them went his own way and therefore made it
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    • but it is a domain in which it is possible to do most foolish things.
    • whose domain the human beings came when they migrated from the West
    • domains; they had, before their ‘ I ’-consciousness
    • Spirits of Wisdom. They were especially interested in these. The
    • domain they had already been formerly, and who were therefore no
    • and of all the Spirits of Wisdom, to that which was later described
    • sum-total of the Spirits of Wisdom, that which lives as if in a spiritual
    • of the Spirits of Wisdom and the ruling of the Spirits of Motion, and
    • the most predominant of these Archangels, Wotan or Odin, and he saw
    • merely abstract wisdom, but it represents to us the wisdom which
    • power over the wisdom which expresses itself in sound, he learned how
    • Wisdom. Thus Odin became Lord of the power of Speech. It was for this
    • macrocosmic. The work of Odin who gave speech and Runic Wisdom, who
    • North, out of the cool domain of the spirit, are woven the thoughts
    • and Moon, when it emerges again from pralaya, when the kingdoms of
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    • which is most valuable to man, viz., freedom, and something which is
    • becoming active in the domain which lies outside. Hence he has his
    • their domain. But the Persians turned away, and avoided the region in
    • body in order to bring it to freedom and independence, the element of
    • freedom; he felt, one might say, the rebellious element revealing
    • the thoughts of the freedom and independence of man can be traced
    • kingdom of Heaven is come nigh unto you.’ Over there, where
    • the words: ‘Change your view, for the kingdom of Heaven is come
    • kingdom of the heavens has descended even here to the physical plane,
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    • wisdom, which we have before us in the Eastern Wisdom.
    • In later times, in the Germanic Scandinavian domains,
    • domain of the Spiritual Soul.
    • admitted that in the domain of philosophy Hegel's work
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    • schools, a truth which to-day must be found especially in the domain
    • result of their own vision. Materialism has now invaded all domains.
    • also be a severe trial for that which has to grow up in the domain of
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    • connection with the being of man, and with the kingdoms of Nature around him,
    • Saturn, Sun and Moon periods of evolution, during which no mineral kingdom
    • existed. The mineral kingdom as we know it today came into being for the first
    • separation of the moon and the incorporation of the mineral kingdom into the
    • freedom. Before the separation of the moon he was not, in the real sense a
    • kingdom into earthly existence. Man became a personality, and freedom was
    • is pictured to him. The living wisdom that Spiritual Science is able to impart
    • even in the human kingdom itself — all these thoughts which have no reality
    • and the plant kingdoms, and possessed of an overwhelming power of intellect.
    • plant-existence, but possessed of overpowering wisdom. These spidery creatures
    • in the mineral kingdom itself or in the kingdoms of plant, animal and man. Even
    • when applied to the plant kingdom, science must become a form of art, and still
    • more so in the case of the animal kingdom. To think that the form and structure
    • feeling and consciousness of freedom, the self-completeness of individuality
    • earth-sphere, would combine with the moon-substance to produce that new kingdom
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    • if it is to do the same for spirit that natural science has dome for
    • domain which cannot be perceived with outer physical senses, nor
    • foundations, by any religious denomination. Only, in this very domain,
    • discovery in the physical or spiritual domain the greatness which
    • found especially bad. Near the building with two domes stands a
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    • what they acquired as wisdom. Today the distinction is made by
    • saying: What man acquires in the form of wisdom must be true; but
    • instinctive clairvoyance and to establish a wisdom composed of
    • thoughts. On all sides we see a wisdom composed of thoughts emerging
    • wisdom composed of thoughts. But they were fully aware that this
    • wisdom was revealed, not acquired by man's own powers.
    • to a very definite feeling and attitude towards the wisdom-filled
    • Mysteries went to the ceremonies bearing the symbols of wisdom; and
    • ceremonies, having laid aside the symbols of wisdom, they appeared as
    • men who must acquire their wisdom again in the course of the year. It
    • into the possession of wisdom, then passing into a state of nescience
    • alternate with Summer, so did they let the time of wisdom alternate
    • Now there were some whose wisdom was
    • to retain their wisdom, but in return they made the sacrifice of
    • rather than wisdom.
    • the attitude towards the guiding wisdom of mankind was entirely
    • that wisdom was like the air he breathes, later on he felt that his
    • who were in possession of the heritage of the ancient wisdom at the
    • power of the Christ, the power of the new wisdom which permeates the
    • evolution depends upon man allying himself with wisdom. Many things
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    • Christendom, the Sistine Chapel in Rome, we see the command
    • mechanics, the Dome of St. Peter's at Rome, of which the
    • sketches and drawings, and also the wooden model of the dome which
    • model of his own construction. This dome was to express what in the
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    • Art in the Light of Mystery Wisdom,
    • philosophers on the subject of the freedom and unfreedom of the will.
    • around in freedom and are no longer shackled to their allotted
    • [Art in the Light of Mystery-Wisdom.],
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    • freedom, the destiny of a human being has its origin in a previous
    • Christendom, in regions more to the South of Europe. Many of these
    • first centuries of Christendom were in the more Southerly regions of
    • the Mystery of Golgotha and in the earliest centuries of Christendom.
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    • “THE WISDOM CONTAINED IN ANCIENT DOCUMENTS AND IN THE GOSPELS.
    • freedom and health. If we can immerse ourselves completely in them,
  • Title: Lecture: The Inexpressible Name, Spirits of Space and Time.
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    • based on the traditions of ancient Egyptian wisdom. Indeed, to the
    • wisdom which could be obtained through an Egyptian body.
    • animal kingdom, and only during the 7th epoch the real kingdom of
    • cooking; i.e., in domestic economy, so that there they are truly
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    • the dominant impulse of recent centuries, completely hollows man out,
    • or that characteristic. And the reply seldom is that the child
    • experiencing of this question will be the dominant note in men's
    • ‘My kingdom is not of this world.’” For man will
    • have to say to himself: — “My Kingdom is not of this
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    • the plant, animal, and mineral kingdoms we begin to behold beings,
    • kingdom of reality, where the ethical impulses that inhere in our
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    • fosters the freedom and independence of our thinking. Spiritual
    • THE ACQUIRING OF FREEDOM OF THOUGHT.
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    • kingdoms of nature, the men of those times beheld spirit and soul. They
    • chosen at random. In all his experiences of the external world man felt
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    • these were laid down at a time when traditions of wisdom were still
    • way through primeval wisdom, and which they can now again acquire through
    • cannot have a consciousness which allows the impulse of freedom to
    • quicken within it. The birth of the impulse of freedom is necessarily
    • impulse of freedom inevitably implies that, if man would again have
    • the words: “My kingdom is not of this world.” He was not to
    • divine and spiritual kingdom that could be reached only by inward
    • for man in a new kingdom of light,
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    • central domain of Agriculture itself, albeit this of its own accord
    • several domains they are no longer able to go back to the real
    • wisdom in order to ward off mere superstition.
    • to-day even from those domains of life where it could work most
    • that as a creature of a comparatively lower kingdom of Nature, the
    • plant can serve as nourishment for those of the higher kingdoms.
    • eminently suited to prepare the ways within the earthly domain for
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    • in man, the abdominal organs. On the other hand, that which takes
    • that is to say, the warmth that is in the domain of Sun, Venus,
    • be clear that the whole domain of Agriculture — including what
    • complexity attained within the Earth-domain, we now have a tiny realm
    • instinctive wisdom, how to create the different kinds of fruits from
    • once more, in all domains of life learn — from the whole nexus
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    • sulphur that the Spiritual works into the physical domain of Nature.
    • Everywhere — in the animal kingdom and in the plant and even in
    • plant into the animal or human kingdom, it must first become mobile
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    • practical domains of life — and notably for Agriculture.
    • as I showed you. That is to say: in manuring we must bring to the earth-kingdom
    • the earth-kingdom to which it must be carried — under the plant,
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    • in the different domains of life. We must begin by recognising what
    • If we continue manuring at random from year to year, we can gradually
    • consistency. Then we take a skull — the skull of any of our domestic
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    • upon a time by an instinctive farming wisdom. They could plant together,
    • are mere external rulings and experiments at random, and one has an
    • bring about the reproductive process. In the animal kingdom, on the
    • for the animal kingdom the Moon influence does not need to be considered
    • very much. For the animal kingdom conserves the lunar forces; it emancipates
    • itself from the Moon. The Moon-force is developed in the animal kingdom
    • earth is its natural domain.
    • way we come again to what was formerly described as “Wisdom of the
    • more exactly when we come to the animal kingdom). Notably, they are
    • must learn to see into the workings of Nature in all her different domains.
    • is the really important thing. To experiment at random on these matters,
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    • no progress in certain domains of our farm-work. Notably we must observe
    • whole animal kingdom. Take, for example, the insect larvae: truly, they
    • for in a conscious way we must learn once more to approach the Wisdom
    • not clever: it strives rather for Wisdom.
    • the knowledge of these things in all domains — to see it inherent
    • of the air and warmth. That is how the animal lives in the domain of
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    • what is actually taking place in Nature. In this domain especially,
    • out into its manger — what the wisdom of man provides. Such an
    • traditions of old instinctive wisdom vanished from this sphere, a few
    • turns out as it usually does when men begin to experiment at random
    • uncompanionable creature in the whole plant-kingdom. It does not want
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    • the higher wisdom was taught and acquired, but where the
    • Regnum The Kingdom
    • Kingdom.
    • “Thy Kingdom.” The whole is a symbol for the
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    • might say, with great reverence for the primeval wisdom of
    • primeval wisdom of the ages, by finding it within ourselves.
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    • spiritual kingdoms and want to bring Man down and lead him into evil, who are
    • criticize the wisdom that works and weaves in the world. But such a way of
    • to criticize the wisdom-filled guidance of the world. We must therefore also
    • be so guided in their historical evolution that they could develop freedom.
    • history can humanity develop to freedom. And if the Gods were to turn away
    • Brotherhood, Freedom, Equality, Brotherhood is the only one that holds good
    • for the physical body of Man. Freedom only has meaning when it is referred to
    • Brotherhood, to the body; Freedom, to the soul; and Equality, to the I, only
    • plane, Brotherhood is a right and true thing. Freedom Man can acquire only in
    • Freedom only prevails on earth, is only possible on earth, when it has
    • develop the forces of freedom, which they can carry with them through the
    • able to develop the forces of freedom, that all human events, great and
    • human generation will understand how the three ideals of Brotherhood, Freedom
    • Freedom and Brotherhood, and applied all three to external physical life. In
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    • in order to show that freedom really lives in man’s ethical,
    • the results of this thinking in their ordinary memory. Freedom, too,
    • transmitted through this method of thinking, because freedom is a
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    • be injured, man is protected by the wisdom-filled nature of his being
    • indomitable yearning for that which man needs for certainty in his
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    • mechanisation of the spirit and attain the freedom I attempted to
    • Philosophy of Freedom.
    • inequality of man, for complete freedom of the spirit will come
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    • our lifeless inorganic Earth, the mineral kingdom of our Earth. This
    • belonging to the mineral kingdom. We shall not occupy ourselves with
    • field of wisdom six thousand years before our era, when his soul was
    • now lost, since the wisdom of the Gnostics has perished. The source
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    • far-reaching wisdom was actually lost to man; how this wisdom of the
    • more especially in the domain of science. There — however much
    • impoverishing mode of thought has slipped even into the finest domain
    • only exist in the domain of which I am speaking, where it comes very
    • philosophers and scientists. It is but seldom that people recognise
    • of the progress of mankind — of the true freedom of humanity.
    • repeat, I choose a book by a celebrated man of the day, in the domain
    • who are associated with progress in this domain, who are able to put
    • forward what he says in this or that domain without proof, as of
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    • devote ourselves to oriental poetry, oriental wisdom, we never feel
    • and when we allow his poetic wisdom to work upon us, it is as though
    • endeavours to attain as a result of freedom, of free spiritual
    • dominant position in the world he should lend himself to the downfall
    • Nature herself arises. The man of the West, with his predominantly
    • his poetic wisdom is like a blossom of the Earth. The Middle European
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    • the forms of objects in the kingdoms of Nature. Everything
    • teachings based on a primeval wisdom, because the Rishis were
    • This wisdom was taught
    • that primeval wisdom according to which the world was
    • wisdom of times past, make their offerings to that which is
    • first Holy Night of Christendom the strain resounded:
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    • work his way in freedom to the spirit which is approaching him of
    • really to meet the spirit and the life of the spirit in freedom and
    • their deeply unconscious feelings. Men are dominated by an
    • wanted to point out that the domain usually reached only in artistic
    • saying that what is wisdom with man is often foolishness unto God,
    • before men can yet be wisdom unto God. Indeed, people to-day forget
    • lamentable events occurring in this domain to-day show that men's
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    • ‘We may not come to a halt before human freedom.’ I have
    • consistency, and has to decide between assuming a freedom which is
    • of freedom to be an illusion, and will extend the area of natural
    • The Philosophy of Freedom.
    • The Philosophy of Freedom
    • mineral kingdom is caught up in a death-bringing process, a
    • the causal explanation of nature finds in its domain no place in the
    • Philosophy of Freedom
    • The Philosophy of Freedom,
    • Philosophy of Freedom
    • Kantian idea what you find there: ‘Freedom, thou friendly,
    • The Philosophy of Freedom
    • in fullest splendour when it is one with human freedom, and is rooted
    • himself to recognise the connection between freedom, love, the
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    • domain and help us to understand the mission of Spiritual Science in
    • sphere of Lower Devachan; and the domain of moral impulses in the
    • symbol of wisdom, Thummim. [According to the footnote
    • those which draw him upwards on the path of Wisdom, and those which
    • [4:20 For the kingdomI Corinthians IV, 20.]
    • Spiritual Science to-day? We are teaching what Oriental wisdom so
    • Wisdom, or the Buddha-stream, containing the most sublime
    • teaching of wisdom, goodness of heart and peace on Earth. To enable
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    • convulsion. In all such conditions, the physical body is dominant and
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    • domain, which really lives in us, to space commonly so called, we now
    • objective domain by himself traversing space — for, in
    • anthroposophical sense: freedom from nebulous mysticism and confused
    • other domains of existence than those accessible to
    • that, by penetrating the mathematical domain completely, we are led to
    • fourth dimension, and so on, and coming to the domain of
    • domains, he will be developing something related to elementary,
    • beings when, in this way, we raise to higher domains what we develop
    • again men sought to attain a higher stage of cognition in all domains
    • further, into super-sensible domains, what reliable science brings
    • domains we speak of being caught up in the “rapid tempo”
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    • to survey the kingdoms of nature with the consciousness that such
    • a body of formative forces exists. The mineral kingdom has no such
    • body; we find it first in the plant kingdom. Animals have a body of
    • predominated that man is a “breather”, a being of
    • freedom — he would never have been able to attain to complete
    • inner freedom without science — and what man has gained as an
    • of nature, would sacrifice his freedom on the altar of the universe,
    • freedom and of individuality the breath of sacrifice. But art,
    • up his own well-being, on the one hand maintaining his freedom, but
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    • oriental wisdom, and in the world-conception that owed its origin to
    • this wisdom. Even in the Mysteries themselves — you can
    • prepared by Oriental wisdom, was able to attain when he penetrated,
    • wisdom. It is received without understanding, although as an impulse
    • stage of the ancient way of Eastern wisdom so that the teachers and
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    • Oriental wisdom penetrated it with a consciousness informed by
    • still a good deal of the Oriental wisdom in Christianity, men were
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    • that were still extant during the first centuries of Christendom
    • these early men were able to receive the wisdom of the Gods. This
    • Beings, receiving the wisdom imparted by these Beings. This
    • wisdom consisted of teachings given by the Gods to man in regard
    • can look back to a Divine-Spiritual wisdom once received by men
    • This wisdom was of
    • confronted with this dilemma that their dominion over the Earth
    • men and not the decree of Divine wisdom. Human error would take
    • Golgotha signified for the Gods an enrichment of wisdom, an
    • from maintaining his dominion to the end.
    • Theology can no longer truly be called Christian. In this domain,
    • into Earth-evolution but restricted his claims for domination in
    • intellectuality into humanity, but if the edge of his dominion
    • has come down from those worlds of which the ancient wisdom tells.
    • Christendom the disciples and pupils were permeated through and
    • the loss of the old wisdom whereby these things could be
    • understood, and the new form of wisdom was still undeveloped. For
    • the old Divine wisdom. From these scribes came the judgment by
    • Divine wisdom preserved by the learnéd scribes of his day
    • derived on their authority from the Divine wisdom could only be
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    • the ancient Mystery wisdom of God the Father, looked upon the Christ
    • As long as the “wisdom
    • principle of the Father-wisdom. Anthroposophical Realism, or that
    • times. The theology which developed out of the ancient Mystery-wisdom
    • were predominant in the past? — Whether the Son is at one with
    • predominant, and played a great part in the human souls for their
    • conceptions of Anthroposophy with the earlier wisdom of the Father we
    • say, that, as far as Christ was concerned, the wisdom of the Father
    • sciences it should of course continue the wisdom of the Father. But
    • Anthroposophy works out the wisdom of the Christ and begins with the
    • two; whereas the ancient wisdom of the Father proceeded from the
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    • so that the words, freedom, brotherliness, compassion, pity,
    • love, are empty phrases. Their only wisdom consists in roaming
    • waiting; for the spiritual wisdom which must rise up from Central
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    • ethical ideas, they are the foundation of our human freedom. On the
    • human wisdom. I know that it is almost offending for a modern man to
    • hear that, as far as wisdom is concerned, the ancients were far more
    • times a wisdom extended over the earth, which was far nearer to
    • special characteristic of this ancient pagan wisdom was the fact that
    • obtained it from the Mysteries of the Initiates) that this wisdom
    • characteristic times of the ancient pagan wisdom. A historical
    • received from the stars, on the one hand, a wisdom explaining to them
    • possessed a spiritual wisdom which they obtained simultaneously with
    • their knowledge of Nature. Their spiritual wisdom also contained
    • their moral and ethical wisdom; this had already disappeared in
    • primeval wisdom.
    • encompassing wisdom and knowledge which existed in the remote past of
    • forgotten its primeval wisdom and only remembered occasionally some
    • a kind of clear consciousness of this primeval wisdom; in
    • wisdom.
    • reached freedom in the course of his development, had the primeval
    • wisdom, which came to him indirectly through atavistic
    • waning and gradual dying out of the ancient primeval wisdom. It is
    • wisdom. Man's moral power and moral wisdom were connected with
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    • Cosmogony, Freedom, Altruism
    • find, when we look back on them, a dominant scientific
    • there is no true impulse for Freedom. Our
    • basis of general freedom. Only very few people in our day
    • arrive at any real conception of freedom. There are plenty
    • conception of what freedom really is — and fewer still
    • freedom. Just ask yourselves, how many hearts and souls there
    • strength which comes from the impulse of Freedom and
    • how to foster the impulse of Freedom weakens men and dooms
    • impulse for Freedom.
    • of a sound foundation of freedom, lack of an altruistic
    • Freedom has now become in many respects an empty phrase,
    • foundation of freedom nor spreads abroad the impulse of
    • freedom. Neither in the economic field have we the
    • possibility of arriving at an impulse of freedom which shall
    • sweeping impulse of freedom to evolve? And where does the
    • the impulse for Freedom, the impulse for Altruism, Asia
    • for freedom — for the impulse of freedom. The strong
    • the inner sentiment, the inner feeling for freedom. In
    • effect, the gift for getting to a real idea of freedom is
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    • Wisdom, Courage, Balance or Moderation, and Justice. And the
    • all human wisdom of which one could partake at that time, but
    • that will dominate the spiritual culture of the future.
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    • times been given the name of ‘wisdom’.
    • the Cosmos projected into the human being is the wisdom
    • wisdom. In man's rhythmical system, earthly wisdom and cosmic
    • wisdom meet. Man is an expression of the whole Cosmos, and
    • cannot argue about beauty, wisdom, strength, and what they
    • indications that their wisdom embraced something like these
    • feeling and perceiving. Out of this wisdom there arises a
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    • passed through probationary tests of purity, inner freedom
    • that Art is the offspring of piety, of religion and of wisdom
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    • and wisdom as will free him from all desire for rebirth. Only
    • our practical wisdom and science (in effect our essentially
    • primal wisdom which was altogether different in its nature from the
    • originally all peoples possessed a lofty wisdom, derived from
    • of primeval wisdom, but also to primeval feelings and perceptions in
    • centuries before the Christ Impulse was destined to dominate Western
    • wisdom, a Buddha arises whenever an epoch of decline draws to its
    • bring them something of that primordial wisdom whereby they could be
    • descending path of evolution man loses hold of this wisdom and when
    • According to Eastern Wisdom, Gautama Buddha was first a Bodhisattva,
    • The wisdom arising from this could then be revealed in the great
    • again to mankind a last remnant of the Ancient Wisdom. And when in
    • of the wisdom brought by Buddha disappears, another Bodhisattva,
    • Maitreya Buddha, who, according to Eastern Wisdom, is expected to
    • present — a consciousness teeming with the inner wisdom of
    • element of existence has its place in the wisdom-filled process of
    • Gautama the Bodhisattva. He possessed mighty wisdom, although he was
    • not as yet fully conscious of this wisdom. In his earlier years he
    • arose that all attainment of knowledge and wisdom leads man to
    • The idea of fruitful growth proceeds from wisdom. Gazing into the
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    • has become abstract, so seldom grasping the social feelings and
    • domain like that of hygiene — a domain which possibly is more
    • usefulness. Certain domains of life must be dealt with by specialists
    • experience. This applies very specially to the domain of health and
    • important domain, for it leads us immediately to all the joy that
    • felt in the domain of Medicine itself.
    • more than a diagnosis, never to a real therapy in this domain. In
    • One domain of life in
    • nature — I refer to the domain of education. Without a
    • domains. It is, however, an illustration of the application of
    • arising in the domain of intellectualism are muchtoo
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    • which produced the wisdom contained in the Vedas and the Vedanta
    • the ancients. These men possessed a much more instinctive wisdom of
    • which Initiation Wisdom worked upon man and awakened a religious
    • I shall once again live in the super-earthly kingdom, I shall be
    • mere natural existence, if it is such that. Christ's Kingdom is
    • Such was the wisdom of man
    • Wisdom, of Theology, which for centuries contained full knowledge of
    • the Being Whose “physical kingdom” is the whole cosmos,
    • between one who treads the path of Initiation Wisdom and one who
    • into men the consciousness that the whole domain of knowledge of
    • Christo Morimur — the Initiation Wisdom which bears within
    • this Initiation Wisdom would fain lead man once again to know that
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    • great store of wisdom has in fact disappeared, and it is known today
    • possible that a store of wisdom that once existed can disappear
    • help of the works of our adversaries, so that the store of wisdom
    • bring about such a complete loss of a treasure of wisdom.
    • course, in the light of a past spiritual wisdom, but these Mysteries
    • knew nothing about the old Gnostic wisdom — or, at least, he did
    • Although the whole encompassing fullness of spiritual wisdom had been
    • ancient form of spiritual wisdom had established itself extensively
    • wisdom — though it dealt with a supra- sensory being — was
    • wisdom related to the Christ. Just at the time when the Christ
    • descended to earth, however, the wisdom had disappeared. The real
    • that the ancient wisdom concerning the connections of things in human
    • theology means “wisdom of God,” but it is just this
    • and when they come to realize how predominant the innkeeper's
    • humility of the shepherds, but at the same time, all the wisdom in
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  • Title: Lecture: What Has Geology to Say About the Origin of the World?
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    • of the animal kingdom, from plants which, carried away by the waters
    • plant-kingdoms. We then come, as it were, to the lowest layers of the
    • prehistoric times and finds in the domain which eyes can observe ever
    • further still. We are led by what operates in the mineral domain to
    • decomposition, caused by processes in the domain of the
    • kingdoms of the living beings could not use except as material
  • Title: Lecture: Thinking and Willing as Two Poles of the Human Soul-Life
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    • Jötunheim, the inhabitants of the Kingdom of Giants. All
    • that has been done is to change the Kingdom of the Asen into the
    • Kingdom of Elias, and the Kingdom of the Giants into the
    • Kingdom of the Antichrist.
    • created the story of the battle between the Kingdom of the Gods and
    • the Kingdom of the Giants did not see in the Gods an equivalent,
    • Kingdom of his God, but the thinking of an earlier, time placed
    • mid-way between, to the Kingdom of Christ. Until we reach this
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    • which we are striving in the domain of Theosophy has already found
    • knowledge in the separate domains of life — even of occult life
    • domain in which these truths were not cultivated. The whole course
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    • kingdoms but Beings. This is a world where there are no clouds, no
    • entirely of Wisdom interact with the hierarchy of the Spirits of
    • Will. Their Wisdom is not Wisdom alone, but streams which are
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 3: The Inner Aspect of the Sun-embodiment of the Earth
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    • derived from the soul-life itself, from the ethical wisdom-laden life
    • the higher Self with wisdom. In ordinary life we only know self-will
    • of Wisdom who on the Sun were added to the beings with whom we become
    • are the Spirits of Wisdom, the great Bestowers, the great Givers of
    • Sacrificers,’ so we must say of the Spirits of Wisdom, they are
    • of the Spirits of Wisdom on the Sun, they endow their environment
    • appears as the great bestowing virtue of the Spirits of Wisdom. And
    • deeds of the Spirits of Wisdom lie behind it. Weaving, active air
    • of Wisdom, something streams out into their environment.
    • Wisdom allow to flow forth from their own being. But now
    • time so that the Spirits of Wisdom pour forth their gift — and
    • of Wisdom. They give at an earlier moment, and that which is
    • the Spirits of Wisdom. Who then accepts? If there is to be an
    • Spirits of Wisdom on the Sun, the Spirits we call Archangels or
    • for themselves the gift received from the Spirits of Wisdom, but
    • Spirits of Wisdom who in the ancient Sun-period were the bestowers.
    • have to think of what comes from the Spirits of Wisdom as proceeding
    • into space is the gift from the Spirits of Wisdom. It is light that
    • re-conducts the radiations of the Spirits of Wisdom, and the
    • appears we have the gifts of the Spirits of Wisdom radiated back to
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    • beings have invaded the domain of our earth humanity. It has
    • never have attained his freedom, or the capacity for individual
    • possess what we call freewill, freedom of choice. We must therefore
    • admit that to the Luciferic beings we owe our freedom. The deduction
    • Wisdom now flowing into the sacrificial heat we are able during the
    • have always believed them able to give freedom to man without
    • ‘good gods could not produce something like human freedom
    • angles, as in supposing that the gods might have created freedom
    • resignation of Divine Beings, is necessary to freedom. It all
    • the possibility of freedom. Had the gods avoided evil, the world
    • would be poor, without variety. For the sake of freedom the gods had
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 5: The Inner Aspect of the Moon-embodiment of the Earth (Part 2)
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    • as torment in the domain which can well be included in the hidden
    • comprehend the nature of the wisdom man can acquire, which we saw
    • of the rippling water. He is seldom aware of what it is that is
    • the Spirits of Will, and on ancient Sun Spirits of Wisdom, so, on
    • form of boredom? But between the boredom which is as a rule only
    • and would otherwise have been desolate--for boredom is also a kind of
    • Personality, of Wisdom, and of Will — there is also what we
    • as Wisdom, and Spirituality behind air and gas. This then combines
    • this spiritual wisdom had not been given, had been unable to have it,
    • yet have the Spiritual wisdom which, like balsam, is shed forth into
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    • the other kingdoms surrounding us. We may ask: do minerals die? To
    • at death in the mineral, plant, and animal kingdoms is only
    • and animal kingdoms — as they have their beings in the higher,
    • the other kingdoms of nature. When we wish to study the historical
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    • wisdom. Go on murdering people for as long as you can and you
    • will stop the murder. This is wisdom!
    • has even a spark of logic it is no longer wisdom when the
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 2: Humanity's Struggle for Morality
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    • the physical plane. In short, we bring wisdom to the physical
    • wisdom in the world which they enter during sleep. It will
    • all kinds of impulses based on wisdom at an instinctive level
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    • ‘My kingdom is not of this world’,
    • illusion that their kingdom should be very much of this
    • said: ‘My kingdom is not of this world’, and why
    • Jesus Christ did not want to bring a kingdom of perfection to
    • kingdom of the physical world and make it into one of
    • this kind dominate the human race today in the widest
    • are suddenly quite free and cannot bear such freedom. For
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    • is taken in hand with wisdom. Because of the general trend of
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 5: Changes in Humanity's Spiritual Make-up
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    • ‘My kingdom is not of this world.’ But it will be
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    • freedom; the inner life became more intimate in the way I
    • may bring into the kingdom of this world a kingdom which is
    • not of this world but is present everywhere in the kingdom of
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 7: Working from Spiritual Reality
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    • of his teaching, but of ensuring academic freedom. For as
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 9: The Battle between Michael and 'The Dragon'
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    • gaining in human freedom. Everything is connected with this,
    • us. We gain in human freedom, but we must be aware of this.
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    • human beings are filled with spiritual wisdom, these are
    • filled with spiritual wisdom are like a consuming fire and
    • seriousness we can feel: filled with spiritual wisdom we go
    • had some of the old atavistic wisdom and also considerable
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 11: Recognizing the Inner Human Being
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    • created freedom of initiative; freedom of initiative arose
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    • capacity for absolute freedom; but humanity was not ready for
    • for freedom; they now make it their concern to establish the
    • became the domain of the spirits of darkness, who had
    • of decline in humanity. Everything based on dominance of the
    • progress of humanity, and the phrase ‘freedom of
    • good, but it must not dominate our lives now.
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    • leading-reins by Woodrow Wilson and his wisdom in the early
    • To gain self-knowledge that will lead to wisdom
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    • period of civilization; according to the wisdom of light, the
    • proof of human freedom. Well, he did not produce much by way
    • of real reasons: ‘Gentlemen, freedom has to exist, for
    • if there were no freedom there would be no criminal law. The
    • criminal law must exist; it follows that human freedom also
  • Title: Lecture: Fall and Redemption
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    • this significant moment of growing awareness of our freedom and
    • infected by the consciousness of sin. In the Scholastic wisdom of the
    • This Scholastic wisdom of
    • morally sinful, now in his Scholastic wisdom felt himself to
    • When the Scholastic wisdom
    • kingdom represent the content of all our thinking today. These
    • everywhere is wisdom. A person who ascribes intelligence exclusively
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    • menneskets barndomsliv. Og alle som evner å studere
    • som anlegg av de guddommelige vesener. Formens Ånder har
    • seg. Slik virker de guddommelig spirituelle krefter inn i
    • og tanken er noe guddommelig.
    • La den guddommelige tanke skinne i mitt Jeg
    • så mitt jegs mørke griper den guddommelige
    • og lever og virker i dens guddommelige opphav.
    • for den som vil gripe kristendommen, også kunne hete:
    • og erindringen er guddommelig,
    • og erindringsevnen skal bli noe guddommelig.
    • av den gjennemkristnede, guddommeliggjorte erindring.
    • fatte den guddommeliggjorte erindrings lys.
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    • the outer kingdoms of Nature, and to grasp human life with the methods
    • on the kingdoms of Nature are dead thoughts. The life of these
    • thoughts that we form to-day on the kingdoms of Nature and on the
    • from all the kingdoms of Nature, as the result of a habit of thinking
    • intuitive vision as far as the domain of facts. Goethe's theory of
  • Title: Lecture: Calendar of the Soul
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    • The Mysteries of the Kingdoms of Heaven in Parables and in
    • ‘the mysteries of the kingdoms of heaven shall be revealed in
    • considered to be parables at all. What man sees in the kingdoms
    • be seen in the kingdoms of mineral, plant, animal, and also in the
    • physical human kingdom, everything that makes an impression upon the
    • The process of which He is speaking belongs to the kingdoms of outer
    • what we reacquire to-day was once primordial wisdom revealed to
    • profound wisdom. It is probable that the commercial, materialistic
    • their wisdom the men of ancient times placed in the winter season the
    • Infinitely deep wisdom is everywhere in evidence here, wisdom
    • how the ancient Egypto-Chaldean wisdom flashed up again in certain
    • kinship of the kingdoms of the Earth with the kingdoms of Heaven.
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    • confirmed that the origin of all things is to be found in the domain
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    • domain. A follower to some extent of Jacob Boehme, Louis
    • an ancient Mystery-wisdom. To understand, however, even in an
    • freedom about it, reaching far beyond Philistine,
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    • freshness and freedom.
    • over far wider domains than is possible under the influence
    • to revere, in Pallas Athene, the Virgin Wisdom, Pallas Athene
    • Virgin Wisdom did not give birth to the Logos. This is
    • example; it stops short at the Virgin Wisdom, whereas the new
    • Age passes on to the Son of the Virgin Wisdom — to the
    • point of view of its connection with Wisdom. In earthly life
    • of man, Wisdom lives itself out through human thought. The
    • through our larynx and its movements, is wedded to the Wisdom
    • all-embracing Wisdom which becomes Teaching for mankind, and
    • spiritual-scientific Wisdom grows to be of service in the
    • Athene, the Virgin Wisdom, the Virgin Wisdom of the Cosmos;
    • will in the social life, the Virgin Wisdom is
    • implies that the Wisdom which we have to seek in the sense of
    • representative of Wisdom. Thereby alone, we begin even in the
    • these days, the ancient Wisdom only led up to a certain
    • point. Man, as it were, was not included in the wisdom of the
    • to think very deeply if, as a dominant politician of 1917,
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    • aforesaid — the streams of Star-wisdom and of Mysticism
    • connected therewith, namely the wisdom of the stars.
    • we may ask: How could a primeval wisdom of mankind — so
    • Ancient Wisdom had been handed down, were destroyed. People
    • un-freedom. For the attainment of freedom is after all, only
    • of the Ancient Wisdom. This ought not to be allowed to
    • this domain, Spiritual Science is no less important as an
    • aims in all domains of life One fruit, above all, it will
    • thing which it most lacks, namely, on freedom from faith in
    • authority, freedom from idol-worship. In the eyes of him who
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    • vegetable kingdoms, but all these substances which we absorb from
    • the animal and vegetable kingdoms also contain mineral
    • learn to know the task of the mineral kingdom within the
    • description would lead us too far how the vegetable kingdom is
    • connected with man, and how the animal kingdom is related with
    • as they appear in the kingdom of man on the one hand, and in the
    • animal kingdom on the other; we discover the whole significance
    • descendant of the whole animal kingdom. No, this is not the case.
    • whole animal kingdom. Though it may sound strange and
    • perfect part is a transformation from the animal kingdom.
    • kingdom, but he rises above it through his spiritual development.
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    • never have attained a freedom that grows conscious of its own
    • Ego, as a firm support in man's inner being, a freedom that does
    • spiritual, a freedom that seeks the motives of man's actions in
    • reach this Ego consciousness, this experience of freedom, and it
    • experience of freedom. Man could not have lived entirely within
    • of freedom. The human organism has acquired a greater
    • Christians accepted so unconditionally the wisdom contained in
    • earth. The rest of an ancient wisdom enabled man to know that the
    • wisdom enabled the first Christians to grasp — in the form
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    • experience this emancipation from the body, this freedom which
  • Title: Lecture: East and West in the Light of the Christmas Idea
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    • present state of decadence to the primeval wisdom of humanity
    • contained in the primeval wisdom of the Orient. The spiritual
    • we consider the primeval wisdom of the East, the poetical form
    • wisdom of the ancient Egyptians consisted in the fact that people
    • felt in this star wisdom something which gave Maya a foundation
    • They were endowed with the highest wisdom then accessible to man.
    • And the Gospels indicate that the highest wisdom could at that
    • schools of wisdom proclaimed: Since the beginning of the present
    • wisdom, a sublime sentence, in which the single words indicate
    • shepherds on the field; without any wisdom, from the dream
    • the same message: Christ is coming. Highest wisdom and greatest
    • time the highest wisdom was already decadent, it was setting.
    • born not only in empty words, but in every form of wisdom and
  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
    • HUMAN FREEDOM AND
    • may gain freedom during his existence between birth and death;
    • freedom, gives his being, as it were, weight, reality and life.
    • the study of freedom and its significance for the human
    • development of freedom is only possible in the world of illusion.
    • ever give him freedom. It may implant in him instincts which
    • deprive him of freedom; it may call forth inner necessities, but
    • never can it enable him to experience freedom. Freedom can only
    • semblance, so that freedom may unfold. But this life of
    • order that he might discover freedom in this world of semblance.
    • Man must therefore find freedom in a world of illusion; he does
    • so as to feel the freedom of action in the sphere of thought; but
    • between death and a new birth he feels a complete lack of freedom
    • independence. I said that if we really develop freedom on earth;
    • — the higher beings of the kingdoms of Nature: plants,
    • degree in which man lacks freedom during his life from birth to
    • death, he is overcome by lack of freedom, by the necessity of
    • freedom in this; it was altogether the result of necessity. Man
    • we must find him in freedom and turn to the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • and Heavenly Wisdom. It appears in the original German in Erdenwissen
    • series entitled: Earthly Knowledge and Heavenly Wisdom.
    • Earthly Knowledge and Heavenly Wisdom.
    • Earthly Knowledge and Heavenly Wisdom.
    • evolution is the one in which intellectual life predominates. The
    • whole extent of the mineral kingdom, was to him ashes falling out
    • — the inner consciousness of freedom.
    • sphere of his thoughts: One is the consciousness of freedom, the
    • consciousness of freedom, and on the other hand, with the aid of
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    • ancient Indian wisdom knew this, and fixed the end of the
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    • went through the Mystery of Golgotha for the sake of the freedom and
    • shell. Have these thoughts of the wisdom of Providence any meaning in
    • different — domain? Haeckel's science may lead those who think
    • domain. Let us consider science in the later centuries, especially in
    • called the little children who may enter the kingdom of heaven. We do
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    • thought, however, is especially predominant. We think how enemy stands
    • there is in any way a wisdom-filled providence, a beneficent God
    • injury. In the face of all these events, do thoughts of wisdom,
    • or to the meaning of the earth, just as in any other domain.
    • complete science, it produces indomitable instruments of death. Its
    • enter the kingdom of heaven” — this is not where it
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    • whose soul had experienced Truth, Wisdom and Intuition to an extent
    • the forces affecting the animal kingdom. The Frawashars are to be
    • thought which predominated, sometimes the occult, after Greek thought
    • kingdom of Brahman. But shun the world of the Asuras, those beings
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    • his knowledge by speaking of it as a renewal of the wisdom given to
    • vision; you have no ancient traditions, no wisdom hoary with age, and
    • Wisdom hoary with age —
    • old Wisdom-teaching — of which the Egyptian Sage spoke to Solon
    • as the embodiment of the primal glory of that old clairvoyant wisdom,
    • forth with a message which was to renew the ancient wisdom, he also
    • revived the primeval wisdom of the old Hermes, called this first
    • deeper wisdom and their purpose was to convey in picture form,
    • certain sense, to re-establish the dominion of a life, which,
    • Now this conception of primeval wisdom was the
    • one dominating feeling in the soul of the old Egyptian; it filled his
    • kingdoms of Nature: in the stones with their forms based on
    • all these things were traced back to the wisdom of Hermes who had
    • Wisdom and with the inspiration flowing into him from the stars, had
    • Egyptians ascribed their holy primal Wisdom. They said: “In
    • Power — were not only known to the wisdom of the ancient
    • the wisdom of the Egyptians (especially in very ancient times, and
    • all wisdom with piety, all science with religion. In the later
    • strange animal cults. The Egyptians knew: The age when wisdom itself
    • stages are to be seen in the three kingdoms of Nature. The first
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    • having chopped up little bits and pieces. What wisdom does he acquire in
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    • us ever to achieve freedom, consciousness of freedom, consciousness of
    • of freedom. Thus when on earth we develop morality and freedom, they are
  • Title: Lecture: The Experiences of Sleep and their Spiritual Background
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    • organic life predominates as such and during such time allows no ideas
    • combination he is able to carry in them, the powers of wisdom and
  • Title: Lecture: Reincarnation and Karma
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    • brilliant results in the domain of animal life because he has
    • the importance of the results acquired in his domain.
    • Schools of Ancient Wisdom the significant statement was made,
    • as the animal soul. Just as we must remain in the domain of the
    • gained in their own particular domain.
    • wisdom of Wundt reminds one of the assertion that you may not
  • Title: Lecture: Life and Death
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    • animal. The species in the animal kingdom corresponds to the
    • individual in man. Now in the animal kingdom every creature
    • turns into wood in the plant kingdom, but in its place
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    • The Elementary Kingdoms
    • ELEMENTARY KINGDOMS.THE NATURE OF THE ELEMENTARY BEINGS,
    • the generally designated as the Elementary Kingdoms,
    • Elementary Kingdoms belong to what lies behind the world
    • kingdom of the sense-world, which are accessible to human
    • observation. Here, in the physical sense-world, four kingdoms
    • are spread out before our senses: the mineral kingdom, the
    • vegetable kingdom, the animal kingdom, and the kingdom of
    • clear idea as to the precise nature of these four kingdoms;
    • into the first, second and third elementary kingdoms. It is
    • mineral kingdom. All apparently lifeless beings, all
    • minerals, belong to this kingdom. You are told, to begin
    • to say: “The mineral kingdom is something which has,
    • the very opposite of what takes place in the kingdom of man
    • and in the animal kingdom. On the Devachanic plane, it is not
    • plane? In which one of the three kingdoms does it live? And
    • kingdom. This is the peculiar characteristic of the human
    • cognitive being, in the mineral kingdom, but it will ascend,
    • in the future, to the vegetable kingdom, and it will learn to
    • know this kingdom, just as today, it knows the mineral
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    • profound wisdom and understanding which is today offered
    • everything living, in all the kingdoms of nature, in the
    • no idea of the eternal wisdom embodied in this second part, a
    • wisdom to which Goethe could attain only in the evening of
    • elements of the body out of all the kingdoms of nature in
    • lowest kingdom and rise higher and higher. The human soul is,
    • in the first place, sent to the mineral kingdom. There man is
    • informed that he has to pass through the vegetable kingdom:
    • out of the kingdoms of nature. There the soul unites with
    • entrance into the spiritual kingdom coincides with the
    • to the eternally immortal, the eternal wisdom, and which
    • all methods of Wisdom this testament of Goethe for hours and
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    • the feeling that wisdom is a great thing — that love is
    • the physical plane, and as wisdom has reached perfection,
    • Assigned to me dominion o'er this world
    • the world, in the whole world, is love: that wisdom is
    • wisdom beings cannot exist — but that love is something
    • Strength and Wisdom. As human spiritual individualities, above
    • all things we must strive after wisdom, for wisdom is one of
    • wisdom, that wisdom must be the sacred treasure that brings us
    • let wisdom fall away, that we must cherish it, in order to
    • ascend through wisdom on the ladder of human evolution. But
    • everywhere where wisdom is, there is a twofold thing: wisdom of
    • the Gods and wisdom of the Luciferic powers. The being who
    • strives after wisdom must inevitably come near to the antagonists
    • Lucifer. Therefore there is no divine all-wisdom, for wisdom
    • power and might! Through wisdom the world is conceived, through
    • wisdom it is seen, it is illumined; through power and might the
    • Between them — between Power and Wisdom — stands
    • speak of ‘all-wisdom’ as of an ideal; but over against it
    • Wisdom can be small — it can be augmented. Power can be
    • small; it can be augmented. Therefore all-wisdom and all-power
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    • Aristotle were seldom read in the sense in which they were
    • argumentative thought was to become dominant. Thus, Aristotle
    • been called forth by the sight of the dome of St. Peter's in
    • wonderful building of the dome of St. Peter's, at Rome. At
    • as the expression of the ancient wisdom — and then used
    • of the Divine Wisdom expressed in the world of sense. All
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    • various sciences in all the different domains of civilised
    • extent in any other domain of science, that the Darwinian
    • other phenomena of life, comes within the domain of
    • entered heart and soul on the paths of wisdom, and
    • Isolate scientists in the domain of biology are now showing a
    • draws its forces from the springs of wisdom open to us to-day
    • by those spiritual Powers whom we call the Masters of Wisdom
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    • preserved for himself the freedom of looking away from his
  • Title: Lecture: Factors of Karma, Deficiencies in Psychoanalysis
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    • exclusively predominant in placing a man into this or that
    • the Fittest,’ this age in its reality is dominated by the
    • freedom for the nations,’ while in his soul's reality
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    • humanity on Earth. The concepts which predominate to-day
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    • approximate term). Bourgeoisdom has come to
    • this perspective of Bourgeoisdom with a certain nonchalance,
    • seldom calculates in vain in human affairs. Thus, as I
    • became — in the theosophical domain — rather like
    • the standpoint of the Roman Church concerning freedom of
    • ex cathedra. The principles of freedom which are
    • fashion: — Some people say, Freedom of conscience and
    • claim freedom of conscience and religious ceremony!
    • say such things, but to do things whereby the freedom of
    • conscience — and, above all, the freedom of individual
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    • and so on. We speak of these kingdoms of the super-sensible
    • Worlds just as we speak of the animal kingdom, the plant
    • kingdom, the mineral kingdom, the elemental kingdom, and
    • kingdoms which he then finds in his physical environment: the
    • human kingdom, the animal kingdom, the plant kingdom, the
    • mineral kingdom and so on. And when he passes through the
    • rises to the higher kingdoms which tower upward stage by stage
    • from below, just as the kingdoms of Nature descend from above.
    • man, then the animal kingdom, the plant kingdom, the mineral
    • kingdom.
    • yourselves will recognise, true freedom could not have arisen
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    • physical plane, and in which the spiritual is so dominant that
    • mystery. We can say that men have seldom risen to the
    • to the mysterious nature of birth. Very seldom, indeed, but
    • become as little children, ye shall not enter into the Kingdom
    • into the Kingdom of Heaven” — impels us to look
    • Kingdom of Heaven.”
    • remind us in the right way of our spiritual origin. Seldom can
    • into the Kingdom of Heaven.” The thought of equality
    • humanity strives through the new wisdom, in the new spirit
    • “My Kingdom,” said Christ, “is not of this
    • path to the Kingdom where He abides to give us strength, where
    • be a manifestation. “My Kingdom is not of this
    • world.” But He has brought that Kingdom into this world,
    • hope out of this Kingdom in all the circumstances of
    • not enter into the Kingdom of Heaven.”
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    • their three gifts: first the gift of wisdom, in self-knowledge;
    • highest wisdom, which is a fruit of former knowledge. He has
    • survey beyond his narrowly confined domain. Only then is he
    • The wisdom flowing from his lips is heard:
    • three lower bodies. If it succumbs to them it is dominated by
    • Devachanic domain, the spiritual music. Only softly, softly,
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    • and etheric bodies, then he is limited to the free and random
    • your mental attitude, for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.”
    • Spirits of Personality is predominant and sets his seal upon the
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    • but also upon the people which was last domiciled there.
    • illusion, which is so freely quoted by Theosophists is seldom grasped
    • domain, cannot, as yet, penetrate into it and organize it. Therefore
    • another or dominates it, and so on. Here lies the source of the
    • Beings are at work in the same domain as the Folk Spirits or
    • Spirits in the domain where the Folk Spirits are active.
    • their studies, but from motives of higher wisdom which is omnipresent
    • higher wisdom. Just as we must regard “hurrying forward”
    • in yet another domain.
    • and subject it to law. In this domain also, those Beings who have
    • from the predominance of the normal Archangel over the abnormal
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    • in the traditional wisdom, in the mythologies, religions and sciences
    • the Beings of the animal, plant and mineral kingdoms. And so man can
    • and mineral kingdoms.
    • spiritual realities in which it dwells, as man dwells in the kingdom
    • our attention to the domain in which the Archangels issue their
    • Spirits of Wisdom, Kyriotetes. I have referred to these different
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    • incarnations, the Spirits of Will or Thrones, the Spirits of Wisdom,
    • predominantly active in him, we shall find that they are the donors
    • of the mineral kingdom. In the second seven years, between the ages
    • the first third of life when, in effect, he is under the dominion of
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    • Hierarchical ladder. Below him are the three kingdoms of nature, the
    • animal, vegetable and mineral kingdoms. Above him are the Angels, the
    • Spirits of Wisdom — Dominions (Kyriotetes)
    • what we called the Spirits of Wisdom. When therefore we look inward
    • and the Spirits of Wisdom. When we gaze out into the periphery of the
    • and this is principally the domain in which the Spirits of Movement
    • last of the Beings of the Second Hierarchy are the Spirits of Wisdom,
    • living creatures here on Earth. It comes from the Spirits of Wisdom.
    • Spirits of Wisdom, and, on the other hand, through the continued
    • operation of the element of wisdom, to endow us inwardly with
    • Feeling, the inner element of Wisdom. The mission of Old Moon is
    • element of Wisdom. And the Old Moon mission was necessary in order to
    • predominant in an earlier incarnation of our Earth. The mission of
    • was predominant for a time in earlier planetary epochs in various
    • forces, which in earlier epochs were each in turn, the dominating
    • Spirits of Wisdom are working from without, and the Spirits of Will,
    • of race and the like. These beings, indeed this whole domain is one
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    • infinite wisdom inherent in a universe of relationships. To a certain
    • brought under the dominion of the corresponding abnormal Spirits of
    • predominantly determined by what flows into the nervous system via
    • predominate. Consequently the various peoples may assume the most
    • senses predominates, so will the different peoples respond in this or
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    • in the second Hierarchy, the Spirits of Wisdom or Dominions. These
    • lower rank were, on the other hand, Beings whose domain they had
    • Spirits of Wisdom, to that which was later characterized by the Greek
    • the Spirits of Wisdom, that which lives as if in a spiritual unity.
    • perceive the dominion of the Spirits of Wisdom and of the Spirits of
    • Movement, a dominion which the Indians of a later epoch perceived
    • This draught embodied not merely a generalized form of wisdom, but
    • represented the wisdom that lives directly in the spoken sounds of
    • speech. At his Initiation Odin won power over that wisdom which lives
    • by Mimir, the ancient bearer of wisdom. Thus Odin became Lord of the
    • gave speech and runic wisdom, who worked indirectly through the
    • and void comes forth again out of Pralaya where the kingdoms of
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    • precious boon to man, namely, freedom, and, at the same time a
    • Children of Light, the Spirits who are here the dominant Powers. He
    • looked up to them and wanted to work in their domain. But the
    • freedom and independence, he felt above all the aspiration to
    • freedom. He felt, one might say, the rebellious element manifesting
    • not prepared to submit passively to random external powers, but is
    • reality, he saw that the thoughts of the freedom and independence of
    • your mental attitude, for the Kingdom of Heaven is at hand!” In
    • attitude for the Kingdom of Heaven is at hand!” They could
    • understand the words: “The Kingdom of Heaven is nigh unto you
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 10. The Mission of Individual Peoples and Cultures in the Past, Present and Future.
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    • developing that finely-spun speculation, logic and wisdom which is
    • reflected in Eastern wisdom. The East, therefore, no longer
    • Hence the remarkable wisdom and clairvoyant insight of the ancient
    • peoples lay primarily in the domain of the Spiritual Soul. The
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    • witness to His dominion on that plane. But mankind is designed to
    • which is to come. Mankind is now ready for freedom and self-knowledge
    • Science, if, perhaps in the domain of Spiritual Science itself, there
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 1
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    • pearl of wisdom for our whole pursuit of knowledge. If there is any
    • freedom demands that every individual who does us the favour of
    • co-operating with us should have freedom of action as regards his own
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    • one's admiration, for the profound cosmic wisdom which lies
    • again in the form of modern spiritual wisdom. It is worth while to
    • system of divinities showed a far deeper wisdom than the science of
    • the depths of wisdom in Greek mythology.
    • vision which belongs to the very oldest endowment of wisdom of
    • felt: ‘I absorb into myself the substance of the plant kingdom
    • in the world around me (a plant kingdom quite different from our
    • how Greek mythology was dominated by the consciousness that man is a
    • predominate, while the Eros forces fall into the background. We are
    • threefold Hecate. We there get a glimpse into immense wisdom. You can
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    • the greatest independence and freedom; for they were hoping to attain
    • of spiritual leadership dominate it. So long as we cannot distinguish
    • from an archetypal wisdom, are a preparation for the ideas, the
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    • the domination of a hierarchy which is seeking to lay hold of the
    • marvellous clarity that we can only contemplate the wisdom of its
    • was the intellectual image of the world, the wisdom of the intellect,
    • wisdom-filled feature of the story, in full accordance with the
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    • wisdom; but for us it is the marvellous structure of their world of
    • express. This world of the Greek gods, in its wisdom-filled
    • dry-as-dust, prosaic, abstract wisdom. And if we want to make real
    • another example of the unerring wisdom of Greek feeling for the true
    • is also implicit in the wonderful, wisdom-filled form of the Dionysos
    • before us, to the rescue of human wisdom and its evolution, in the
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    • of Greek mythology, as the expression of an ancient wisdom, what in our
    • recognise that the mighty word of wisdom ‘Know thyself’,
    • Masters of Wisdom and of the Harmony of Feelings’ people would
    • the archetypal wisdom in a form suitable for the human
    • egoconsciousness — a wisdom which sprang from the deeper self
    • Those initiated in the Mystery-wisdom of ancient Greece were fully
    • Mystery-wisdom when one knows that the old Dionysian culture
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    • it to the light of day out of our own freedom. Thus we can let this
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    • to beings of another kingdom, in the formation of which they were
    • — mainly domestic animals as you know — have in the
    • active. They are the creatures belonging to the bird kingdom. Our
    • those which work mainly on the bird kingdom, and, in a broader field
    • kingdom, forces streaming in from cosmic space are predominantly at
    • structure of the other members of the animal kingdom. In the
    • feathers of the birds, are predominantly at work in hair, and hair
    • Jordan descended to Earth, out of the most profound wisdom took with
    • Aura or Ahura Mazdao — the great wisdom-filled Spirit,
    • the great wisdom, the great aura. And then what up to that time had
    • kingdoms of Nature which are our environment. Yes; we must face the
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    • Such was the wisdom
    • which prevailed in the Greek Mysteries, a wisdom which leads us to
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    • the cruelty, materiality and heathendom of the Church. The words of
    • Savonarola seem to resound again in our ears, words by which he dominated
    • was led to the fire of martyrdom with his companions, and how from the
    • the monk's robe after Savonarela's martyrdom in order to work in his Order
    • were not. The papacy had passed over into a new “heathendom”.
    • heathenized Christendom, but in what sense in this service? From out
    • of an officialdom of Cardinals and Priests which had been intolerable
    • him in the kingdom of Nature. Spiritual Science knows that man contains
    • in greater or lesser proximity to him in the kingdom of Nature. Man
    • the mineral kingdom. In a wider perspective we look back to ages when
    • in which only later was incorporated into the kingdoms which now stand
    • in the midst of an age when Christendom had, as it were, become heathenized
    • soil of Italy, I mean, Christendom. The mission of this inward deepening
    • of Christendom was not that of the external sense element in the Greek
    • that it was swayed by the so-called “fire of Christendom.”
    • of Christendom. If we see the moral-religious impulse of Christendom
    • Christendom through Raphael. In him we see the resurrection of a Christendom
    • in outer revelation. Christianity, not as the heathendom of the Roman
    • Christendom in the beauty of external revelation, and yet at the same time
    • who realize what the fusion of external beauty and the inner wisdom-filled
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    • wisdom. Let me say from the very outset that I am not personally acquainted
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    • The Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature,
    • Kingdoms of Nature,
    • belong to the human kingdom; how the whole way through the Iliad he
    • stands alone with regard to the human kingdom, and on the other hand
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    • the various kingdoms of nature within it. This is the milieu in
    • dangers only if he starts to spiritualise life in this very domain,
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    • is present which keeps the whole process in the domain of the Earth.
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    • any other way than by trying to gain domination over the Earth
    • form through the figure of Ahriman in the painting in the dome of the
    • in the small dome of the first Goetheanum, and in Rudolf Steiner's
    • established part of human freedom. Next time I will speak of
    • no freedom. Freedom has not arisen through human resolve or in an
    • could be born at any season, this brought a feeling of freedom into
    • now that man has advanced in freedom, he should use his freedom to
    • wishes to develop full freedom in the realm of art, he does not bind
    • in spiritual heights that freedom can prevail. Then he will create
    • wisdom about healing influences that man can possess. This would be
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    • illuminating us so that we become possessors of human wisdom.
    • kindled in the cosmos. Raphael, with deep wisdom in his gaze, leaning
    • instinctive wisdom drew those wonderful old remedies which in fact
    • All this is connected with the fact that a primeval wisdom was once
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    • life that in a certain domain is supreme. If we leave all else
    • member of the Dominican Order. The ideas of both these thinkers
    • an inverted form in the domain of modern materialism. But what
    • How does Christ Himself wield dominion in the minds and hearts
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    • dominated. The gaze of clairvoyance lights, to begin with, upon
    • His Kingdom; He went about with us, revealed to us the
    • mysteries of His Kingdom of which we are now becoming conscious
    • Christ. Especially in this domain I think I have a certain
    • right to claim freedom from bias and prejudice. Perhaps
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    • too the saying of Paul holds good: that what may be wisdom in
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    • wisdom were springing to life in his soul, as though the
    • radiant sun of Zarathustrian wisdom had flashed up within him
    • perpetuating the old Hebraic wisdom. Jesus of Nazareth felt as
    • that Man severed himself from Your Kingdom,
    • also steeped in the wisdom which pierced his soul like red-hot
    • knowledge that is wisdom, but had in a certain sense become an
    • Order of the profound wisdom that had sunk into the soul of
    • of outstanding wisdom. And they were deeply moved on being told
    • of the wisdom that had come to flower in the soul of Jesus of
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    • which he had passed had brought him increasing wisdom; infinite
    • wisdom was stamped upon his very countenance. But as is often
    • come over him. The first fruit of this wisdom had been
    • wisdom, human learning. Scholarship as such interested him
    • soul-treasures of human wisdom, of human culture, great moral
    • the Jewish wisdom-teachings and codes of the law. She spoke of
    • treasures of ancient Hebrew wisdom, what significance would it
    • still able to hear the wisdom of the ancient prophets, then a
    • revival of that wisdom would be of value. But if Elias himself
    • men who would listen to the wisdom of Elias, of the older
    • wisdom. Hillel was a teacher who, like other teachers of the
    • wisdom, journeyed about the land. He came among the Jewish
    • revival of the ancient wisdom of the prophets. He cited many
    • Zarathustrian teaching, the Zarathustrian wisdom, the
    • and glory of the ancient Sun-wisdom came up into his soul. And
    • that Man severed himself from Your Kingdom
    • time came back to him. The ancient Zarathustra-wisdom itself
    • discern all the wisdom that had been alive within him since his
    • Gospels: Behold me! The other kingdoms into which man's
    • the primeval Gods and Spirits — these kingdoms have grown
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    • virtues in particular, because he was able to draw his wisdom from
    • Mystery wisdom has become so remote and so chaotic.
    • comprehensive knowledge of human nature, is the virtue of wisdom. But
    • this wisdom is to be understood in a rather deeper sense, more
    • related to ethics, than is usually done. Wisdom is not something that
    • experience — then we grow in wisdom. If we preserve all through
    • inwardly better and richer — then we have gathered wisdom, and
    • we are most remote from wisdom. Karma may have brought it about that
    • gentler — then we have used life in accordance with wisdom. If
    • wisdom. If we close ourselves to the revelations of the spiritual
    • world we have not used our life in accordance with wisdom.
    • use of life in accordance with wisdom. What spiritual science seeks
    • order to grow wiser. Wisdom is something which strongly opposes human
    • egoism. Wisdom is something which always reckons with the course of
    • wisdom detaches us from narrow and limited vision and brings us into
    • to form a picture of wisdom. We should not attempt a definition of
    • about wisdom.
    • When we fill ourselves with wisdom, when we try in action and
    • thought, in feeling and perception to live in accordance with wisdom,
    • The most perfect organs are used for what we achieve in wisdom. Our
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    • we may say — science has increasingly come to dominate
    • which must retire in wisdom and modesty when we are
    • fathom the nature of human freedom.
    • theory, to a denial of human freedom. In this respect, however,
    • and with some justification, to deny freedom, yet in educating
    • freedom.
    • theoretically at freedom, the scientific attitude must be
    • the sphere of freedom.
    • thinking and freedom that I have described. It is no longer
    • unconsciously as yet, uncertainty about human freedom. It is
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    • hand, and for achieving human freedom on the other, differs
    • same time an inward freedom of action.
    • his predominantly artistic talents, he was faced by the riddles
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    • non-being, maya, gradually became predominant. There thus arose
    • the impulse to freedom.
    • element, becomes for us an impulse of freedom. It is a
    • This was necessary for man's experience of freedom, which is
    • his freedom — the freedom that depends on his being
    • necessary for the development of humanity in freedom. If we are
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    • conclude: the dominant forces in them are ultimately not
    • problem of man's freedom within his social life. The experience
    • of freedom is really just as old as intellectual life. Only
    • does he become conscious of his freedom. To all mental
    • freedom is thus explicitly connected with something that leads
    • we are approaching the problem of freedom with complete
    • and achieve an immediate experience of the impulse of freedom
    • freedom out of a full human life. That this is so, I
    • education in freedom. Man's inmost spiritual element
    • Here is true respect for human freedom! This freedom is what
    • of freedom at immediate moral impulses. Because we are faced
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    • legal one becomes increasingly predominant.
    • side, which became the dominant one in the Middle Ages; and
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    • civilization was dominated by a feeling of universal
    • was accessible to the wisdom of the time. This shows that
    • should not have advanced to human freedom and dignity. The
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    • play the forces that have made economic life dominant
    • teacher must at least have freedom to teach as he wished, the
    • representative replied: “Freedom is something we
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    • increasing freedom, you could see that wages and opportunities
    • something that will have to become practical wisdom, that truly
    • was universally predominant. All individual phenomena —
    • system that is now dominated by concepts of law, that the
    • must, of course, realize that a belief in the predominance of
    • social conditions that spring from the predominance of
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    • Art in the Light of Mystery Wisdom,
    • Art in the Light of Mystery Wisdom,
    • pondering on the freedom of the Will, and on freedom in general, is vain,
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    • Art in the Light of Mystery Wisdom,
    • the freedom of the will, and on freedom in general, is in vain,
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    • good, all that is filled with Wisdom, and then on the other
    • is full of Wisdom, and that which is filled with
    • there would be no such thing as Birth in all the kingdoms of
    • kingdoms of nature and man, is dependent on the activity of the
    • throughout all the kingdoms, there ruled the laws of the Moon,
    • various kingdoms of nature. That is a deception, a Maya. It was
    • wisdom with what man experiences as true certainty in his soul,
    • There could be no question of freedom; we should not even be
    • “Freedom of Man,” “The Gods of
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    • which there was life thirsting for universal freedom, when
    • then the human being would have overlooked the kingdom of
    • because it is filled with God, filled with divine wisdom, and
    • crystallizes outwardly, can also, out of the wisdom, out of the
    • will find that a half freedom has taken over from the old
    • wages, just so in the future only freedom will obtain. Labor
    • common consumption. This brings about a greater freedom
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    • see a philosophy of life sweep Europe, denying freedom, because
    • it desires to restrict everything that aspires to freedom
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    • He, summoned by the Dominicans in their sense and in their place,
    • the painter in his wisdom had to take the monks' tables as his
    • his Evening Meal with the Dominicans of Milan.’
    • represents Wisdom; the second or Silver one, Illusion,
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    • but only a wisdom and truth belonging to a given stage of evolution.
    • wisdom there, and takes it in and then gives it out again
    • produce light and wisdom out of the purely abstract concepts. Then he
    • concepts absorbs wisdom.
    • without his work and co-operation, to the kingdom of the divine,
    • nature-forces have brought us over into the kingdom of struggling
    • it and gradually find the kingdom of the spirit. The other way goes
    • Whoever wishes therefore to cross by clear daylight to the kingdom of
    • power of the soul, is led into the real kingdom of the spirit. The
    • spiritual kingdom, but remains unconscious and is carried across like
    • the Shadow into the kingdom of spirit. Goethe includes in the forces
    • from the kingdom of the senses into the kingdom of the spiritual, and
    • from the kingdom of the spiritual into the kingdom of the
    • only hint at it. There are three Kingdoms which in evolution are so
    • Kingdoms, which are completed, as compared with progressive man, who
    • the other three nature kingdoms. What the secret of the Old Man
    • contains is the fact that one Kingdom of nature has arrived at the
    • the mineral, vegetable and animal kingdoms. But now comes the fourth
    • kingdom, that of man, the secret which is to be revealed in the human
    • of evolution as the three other kingdoms have done. What this is the
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    • and at the same time that which gives freedom, dignity and
    • things, proceeding from an ancient wisdom which had lived in human
    • kingdoms, right up to man and to that perspective to which man is
    •  And for a kingdom gavest me the glorious nature
    • ‘Faust’ side by side. For great and powerful wisdom
    • themselves desired in them to speak with men to express the wisdom
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    • a holy but forbidden kingdom, forbidden, that is, for him who is
    • must descend into this kingdom in order to bring to pass what has
    • to be brought to pass — into this kingdom where one sees what
    • nature kingdoms. We are shown how the soul has to traverse again
    • Christ and promised him all the kingdoms of the world and their
    •  The glory of the Kingdoms of the World.’
    • the Kingdom of darkness. In that case it could have only the shape
    • virtues or vices. If Faust's soul were ripe for the Kingdom of
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    • how the head opens with relative freedom in the direction of
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    • Everything outside in the kingdoms of Nature was transformed in
    • move in freedom, rather is it something that streams into man
    • about on Earth with very nearly the perception of the kingdoms
    • Hierarchy, there they would meet some Being from the Kingdom of
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    • the substances of the external kingdoms of Nature.
    • Hence it could not have the experience of freedom, in the sense
    • wisdom ruled among men.
    • bearers of this original wisdom, however, who once went about
    • earthly humanity the primeval wisdom and Who, when the Moon had
    • teachers of the ancient wisdom to humanity on Earth. What they
    • relationship with this ancient wisdom.
    • Asia, was first and foremost cosmic knowledge; its wisdom and
    • upon the kingdoms of the Earth that were round about him
    • of his connection with the kingdoms of the Ether. He felt
    • animal kingdom. And the human being felt himself within all
    • they now received as Earth-wisdom what had formerly been
    • earlier incarnations. And now, as the origin of the kingdoms of
    • decay and Roman rule beginning to have dominion.
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    • Atlantean Wisdom in the Mysteries of Hibernia,
    • experience of freedom. The farther we go back however into
    • wisdom-teaching of the Atlantean peoples. Let me give you a
    • kingdoms. Underlying his Song of Alexander, there was this
    • Earth the kingdoms of the elemental beings.’ How different from
    • described — the entry of the Nature-elemental kingdoms,
    • of Water holds dominion. In the intermediate zone between Moist
    • and Warm lies the element where the Air holds dominion.
    • earthy, holds dominion — the element Earth, the hard and
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    • dominion, it was not only a physical impulse that came from
    • initiated in the Oriental Mysteries, or had received the wisdom
    • the animal kingdom and the plant kingdom. In relation to the
    • plant kingdom he was the bearer, who bore the seed to the Earth
    • the Gods. In relation to the animal kingdom he felt as though
    • brought to man a vivid sense of his relation to the kingdoms of
    • Ephesus was the place where the old Oriental wisdom was
    • hitherto bound the people. He permeates the kingdom of Persia
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    • beholding them in the several kingdoms of Nature. He was able,
    • spirit. True and genuine materialism in all domains has only
    • Atlantean wisdom. In the Mysteries of Hibernia, of which I have
    • in these academies made a home for the ancient wisdom, where
    • always there a stream of wisdom that spreads far and wide,
    • more folk-wisdom than is generally supposed. The stream
    • continues even now. It has poured its flood of wisdom into
    • alchemistic wisdom, not an alchemy that demonstrates changes in
    • the last ramifications, as it were, of the Aristotelian wisdom
    • wisdom that had come to new life in such men as Basil Valentine
    • Crusaders. This Aristotelian wisdom lived on, scattered far and
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    • working in all the kingdoms of Nature work in the human being;
    • kingdoms of Nature. In modern times however there is no longer
    • say, conditionally. Man is able to lift them out of the domain
    • search the whole kingdom of the plants to discover something
    • the relationship of the human being to the surrounding kingdoms
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    • in the following manner: Human knowledge, human wisdom has a
    • and men, must in this epoch of human freedom be played out
    • wisdom has a home. And when the Mysteries were spoken of among
    • They were like hermits of wisdom and of consecrated human
    • form that belongs to a more modern age — how the Wisdom
    • receive within you the mineral kingdom and transform it, you
    • in the dome were displayed the scenes which could bring before
    • are marked out for freedom. A year ago, on New Year's Eve, we
    • In the time when man still looked up to the Gods in unfreedom,
    • find in himself the power of freedom, and now we behold
    • into the starry worlds where the Will and Wisdom, where the
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    • various domains of life, we shall perceive that these men are
    • world. In the domain of medicine this is just what will be done
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    • affected by the two dove-tailed dome-structures, by the strange
    • expands to questions of soul-immortality, of human freedom, and
    • This does not encroach upon freedom. Freedom exists within
    • domes, the sculpture placed in it, had to be fashioned as the
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    • another. This experience of inner freedom for the developing of a
    • This feeling of inner freedom is what comes clearest of all to man's
    • to another very dominant English philosopher, Bentham, who lived
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    • certain degree are dominated by the ‘craze’ for
    • various kingdoms of the earth; whereas head-clairvoyance
    • the creative world-powers, the dominant spiritual forces, one
    • not lie with the heavens. The Gods are giving wisdom to man:
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    • this all that will enable you to understand the freedom of
    • the will and the significance of reason and wisdom in human
    • Freedom in this consists rather in man's being always able to
    • spiritual science. Wisdom is the fuel for interest and we may
    • by Plato and Aristotle, was called wisdom. But people looked
    • upon this wisdom as the gift of super-human beings, for up to
    • that time the ancient impulse of wisdom was active.
    • age of instinctive wisdom. You will perceive the truth of
    • divine spiritual powers, was instinctive wisdom.
    • public opinion in Greece, considered wisdom as something
    • to Plato, the first virtue is wisdom, and according to him,
    • he who does not strive after wisdom is immoral.
    • when the wisdom instinctively implanted in humanity as a
    • what man once possessed as instinctive wisdom may now become
    • conscious wisdom. The Anthroposophical Movement is to
    • gave wisdom to the unconscious human soul, so that it
    • possessed this wisdom instinctively, whereas now we have
    • had instinctive wisdom from the gods, who gave him the wisdom
    • acquire this wisdom consciously. Therefore we may also trust
    • that we do not merely receive anthroposophical wisdom, but a
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    • A dominant scientist, this scholar speaks of the significance
    • of his Patrician Frankfurt home. What was dominant in the
    • contemporary wisdom, enabling him to study conjointly
    • the animal kingdom, on to man, to history, and even to the
    • all the kingdoms of nature up to God. He then did this in a
    • battles. Yet, in spite of all the boredom of the single events,
    • He wished to study the connections within the plant kingdom and
    • practically alone because those who dominated the intellectual
    • political way — the vast problem of human freedom — was
    • institution that would guarantee man freedom in his life could
    • how does man find freedom within his own soul? He devoted
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    • the earliest parts of Faust, of that wisdom that is
    • necessary for an understanding of the world! This wisdom must
    • You gave me royal nature as my own dominion,
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    • to admire the wisdom underlying all happenings. We do not have
    • wisdom merely in our heads; wisdom surrounds us everywhere like
    • light, working everywhere, even through the animal kingdom. In
    • image; however, intelligence and wisdom are at the bottom of
    • only when one thinks of objective wisdom and understanding as
    • of a complete system of interrelated objective wisdom
    • only when we are no longer limited to the idea that wisdom has
    • wisdom is to be found throughout the universe. Man, by reason
    • wisdom than other beings, and is thus distinguished from them.
    • but through the wisdom implanted in them, they can perform
    • wisdom-filled tasks as he can. It is, however, a different kind
    • of wisdom. The phenomena of these unusual expressions of
    • wisdoms are really far less important to serious observers of
    • wisdom and is quite intimately united with it. Its orders, so
    • dominant reason into consideration tell yourself this: “We are
    • through the space of wisdom and governing reason.” You will
    • consciously than other men into the surrounding wisdom-filled
    • always fall into a deep, dreamless sleep. It is seldom that
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    • freedom, bring more with him than in earlier ages when his
    • of freedom now given to man toward forging his external destiny
    • — and this freedom will constantly increase — was not given
    • of man's freedom much that at present belongs there. To be
    • sure, there was a compensation for this limitation of freedom.
    • of expressing itself according to the model of wisdom to be
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    • dominated by what is called public opinion, which a philosopher
    • of lofty ideals regarding the rights and freedom of a people
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    • The sort of concepts that dominate today are entirely too
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    • that seldom take human relationships into account. Thus, as I
    • Hung Ming thinks, to replace their worthless Magna Carta of freedom
    • Freedom of Conscience and of Worship,
    • stated by some people that freedom of conscience and or worship
    • madness, for the orthodox Catholic to lay claim to freedom of
    • things whereby the freedom of conscience, the freedom of one's
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    • would be too cumbersome to enumerate. Yet, the freedom I have
    • its utter lack of all wisdom. But this scientific world
    • become acquainted with the materialistic impulses dominating
    • texts. Pick up at random what the dominant people of the
    • polytheistic anthropolatry. Our domestic dog barks at the moon
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    • and so forth; we speak of these kingdoms of the higher
    • mineral, and elemental kingdoms within the earthly world. It is
    • the super-sensible world to the kingdoms of the human being, and
    • to the higher kingdoms that tower upward from below just as the
    • other kingdoms descend from above downward. The individual
    • ascends into the kingdoms of the angels, archangels, archai,
    • archangels and angels — then comes man, the animal kingdom,
    • the plant kingdom and the mineral kingdom.
    • spoken since a certain domination was thus exercised over him
    • otherwise, as you can easily see, real freedom could not have
    • age and similar to much else that dominates our external life;
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    • what men possessed at an earlier time as an atavistic wisdom,
    • earth into his spiritual kingdom. He had no interest in the
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    • Christ; for them the Sun-wisdom was united with the
    • Christ-wisdom.
    • the wisdom and perception of Greece, but into the wisdom and
    • all-embracing wisdom of Christ's connection with Sun-Mystery.
    • quite a number who are authorities in the domain of
    • the kingdoms of mineral, plant, animal and man; look at all
    • them in any other creation or any other kingdom. But before
    • spirit — saw through the kingdoms the cosmic All. If we
    • they saw Sun and Moon, air and water, the various kingdoms.
    • human organisation, with the human kingdom. It is literally
    • the path to Him — it was a long path of martyrdom.
    • another domain, what most modern physicists try to
    • truths — to set up a bridge between these two domains can
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    • thoughts of freedom, equality, brotherhood, justice, and so
    • no inner knowledge of the kingdoms of the minerals, the
    • Domitian considering him as a disaster for the Roman Empire.
    • of much interest. During this case Domitian changed suddenly
    • man. Then again, as Nero succeeded Domitian, we see this
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    • wisdom. In those olden times before the eighth pre-Christian
    • of wisdom, and what the physicist calls matter is only outer
    • matter: here I come to the thoughts of the spirits of wisdom,
    • the spirits of wisdom. That gives us arms and hands, legs and
    • the spirits of wisdom. The spirits of form take their
    • thoughts up into the air, the spirits of wisdom sink their
    • of wisdom still exists when the spirits of form have taken
    • form penetrate those of the spirits of wisdom, the formative
    • between death and a new birth we live with the kingdoms of
    • Form, Spirits of Movement, Spirits of Wisdom, Thrones,
    • is foolish, but today it counts for great wisdom.
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    • subject fully in my ‘Philosophy of Freedom’).
    • bank-system first really became the dominant factor
    • are in the main the people who dominate the whole of life —
    • of life are such, that if one wants to respect Freedom, one
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    • with very interesting experiences. And the dominant note of
    • lack of freedom in spiritual life. We possess a very
    • considerable degree of freedom in our spiritual life. Amongst
    • own lack of freedom, who take the State-educational ideas,
    • own inner freedom, and have not the faintest notion of how
    • people who, without knowing it, take slavery for freedom, are
    • little wisdom from the circumstances in this case; — and
    • indeed it is urgently necessary to-day to learn wisdom from
    • else would be so much wisdom learnt in vain in the course of
    • not capable of learning wisdom.
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    • freedom does not come into it. — This is the other
    • person feels he is employing his freedom.
    • approach who has a high opinion of his own book wisdom. I
    • and abdominal regions, and the third, consisting of what
    • correctly if we wish to approach freedom, I also indicated that
    • the purposes of discussing freedom, moral fantasy, in
    • shine into his willing. He evolves toward freedom within
    • the sphere of unfreedom; he is on the way to becoming
    • freedom. On the contrary, it is a question of “both
    • thoughts, flowing by way of love into deeds, and his freedom
    • freedom.
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    • dissertations on freedom — as there were also many in
    • study this spirituality when we study ancient wisdom and
    • wisdom. This wisdom became lost in the age which began in the
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    • course people can come forward with their human wisdom and say
    • direction of the world, even of the wisdom of God, for why has
    • wisdom without having any deep feeling for the iron necessities
    • wisdom have their roots, and that these could not exist, that
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    • developed instincts, then the true freedom of man in the
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    • Differentation of Primeval Wisdom into East, Middle, West.
    • Differentation of Primeval Wisdom into East, Middle, West.
    • Primeval Wisdom into East, Middle, West
    • of the mineral kingdom; at most understanding something of
    • it — an inherited Wisdom — a primeval Wisdom, which
    • a course given in Christiania. So this inherited Wisdom was a
    • that this primeval or inherited wisdom became specialised,
    • The Greeks still had much of the ancient wisdom in their
    • ancient wisdom. This wisdom has however gradually faded away
    • for certain treasures of wisdom ceases, and how even the
    • still preserved a primeval wisdom even in the 19th century.
    • the symbols of the Freemasons to do with the ancient wisdom
    • masonic symbols and that ancient wisdom!
    • wisdom, men are really becoming all the more dependent upon
    • specialisation of humanity a really dominant principle. We
    • tendency which is dominant to-day, goes further, if it is not
    • found in them of that great Cosmic Wisdom teaching, which at
    • wisdom of Asia; even though it no longer lives externally in
    • men's consciousness. With that wisdom, created out of the
    • only be dominated with the intellect, with the understanding.
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    • kingdoms of mature, or man himself, or the Hierarchies next
    • mineral, plant, or animal kingdom. All those are simply
    • and it will be dominated entirely by these various sciences,
    • Kyriotetes, Exusiai, Dynamis — Spirits of Wisdom, Motion
    • wisdom of the Cosmos, and Geosophy, a wisdom of the Earth;
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    • his experiences to speak about the animal kingdom, assume
    • three kingdoms — animal, vegetable and
    • below his body there are animal kingdom, plant kingdom and
    • mineral kingdom, so above there are the three spiritual
    • kingdoms of the hierarchies of the Angels, Archangels and
    • Archai. No one has the right to speak of animal kingdom,
    • plant kingdom and mineral kingdom as being below physical man
    • if he does not realise that three other kingdoms, spiritual
    • kingdoms, are above him. For man as a being of the physical
    • world stands in bodily connection with the three kingdoms of
    • stands in connection with the three kingdoms above, which,
    • spiritually as the three kingdoms below are real physically
    • developing another relation to the three higher kingdoms. Up
    • to our own time these three higher kingdoms had indeed a
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    • statements about the animal kingdom; suppose be wished to
    • make comprehensible the fact that in the animal kingdom and
    • which work in the animal kingdom, he might nave to speak in
    • knowledge of the animal kingdom, to speak of the Spirit! Or
    • him in the world are the three kingdoms, animal, vegetable,
    • animal, vegetable and mineral Kingdoms, so upwards are to be
    • found the three kingdoms of the spiritual hierarchies of the
    • the animal, vegetable and mineral kingdoms as lower degrees
    • the spiritual exist the three other spiritual kingdoms. For
    • his body, with the animal, vegetable and mineral kingdoms,
    • with these three higher kingdoms, which, for perfected human
    • lower kingdoms are real for the physical senses. As long as
    • the three higher kingdoms of Angels, Archangels and Archai.
    • Up to the time of our epoch, these three higher kingdoms had
    • “Philosophy of Freedom” to speak about Moral
    • man in the domain of the moral — because what has been,
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    • can be done. And we then are within range of wisdom of the
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    • freedom.
    • that surrounds us in the mineral and plant kingdoms, and to a
    • certain extent also, in the animal kingdom, but apart
    • highest kingdom of Nature are the point from which the Divine
    • Divine-Spiritual creation which dominates the
    • present and will dominate the future, lies inside
    • many times that the sayings of ancient atavistic wisdom
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    • standpoint of super-sensible knowledge, becomes a domain
    • of seership in the domain of music and poetry are of a quite
    • says. Because this is so seldom realised, and because people
    • experiences in this domain can, under special circumstances,
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    • nature of anthroposophical wisdom. They can still keep reiterating that
    • the subject of the nature of cognition, of knowledge, of truth, of wisdom.
    • of knowledge, idea, truth, wisdom, is not that of enabling us to form
    • wisdom, little by little. And at the same time we apply the wisdom thus
    • a new plant. In the same way, the wisdom we apply to the grasping of
    • the world outside is a deviation from the real task of wisdom. It is
    • of life the human being learns more, assimilates more wisdom than in
    • or content of wisdom.
    • This wisdom that is innate
    • from one another—this wisdom is the weaving force which transforms
    • domain of Spiritual Science. It is not a question merely of learning
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    • this all that will enable you to understand the freedom of
    • the will and the significance of reason and wisdom in human
    • Freedom in this consists rather in man's being always able to
    • spiritual science. Wisdom is the fuel for interest and we may
    • by Plato and Aristotle, was called wisdom. But people looked
    • upon this wisdom as the gift of super-human beings, for up to
    • that time the ancient impulse of wisdom was active.
    • age of instinctive wisdom. You will perceive the truth of
    • divine spiritual powers, was instinctive wisdom.
    • public opinion in Greece, considered wisdom as something
    • to Plato, the first virtue is wisdom, and according to him,
    • he who does not strive after wisdom is immoral.
    • when the wisdom instinctively implanted in humanity as a
    • what man once possessed as instinctive wisdom may now become
    • conscious wisdom. The Anthroposophical Movement is to
    • gave wisdom to the unconscious human soul, so that it
    • possessed this wisdom instinctively, whereas now we have
    • had instinctive wisdom from the gods, who gave him the wisdom
    • acquire this wisdom consciously. Therefore we may also trust
    • that we do not merely receive anthroposophical wisdom, but a
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    • beings, what may be called primeval wisdom. Within these
    • manifestations of divine wisdom, originating in these
    • followed — to have any knowledge of the wisdom of birth
    • content and extent of ancient divine wisdom which actually had
    • been poured out into primeval wisdom. But within the whole of
    • mankind through this revealed divine wisdom, not even in the
    • of actual esoteric wisdom which still existed in the
    • freedom and human intellect. This has appeared with especial
    • his intellect and his freedom, he can do this only in a life
    • wisdom, ye can receive the wisdom that through the Mystery of
    • earthly wisdom; but this would be of no use in gaining an
    • force of wisdom, and this force of wisdom is the same as the
    • pneumasophia, a force of faith and wisdom. For it is a
    • were the human being to gain all the wisdom of the earth, he
    • would still be weak if he only knew how to sustain his wisdom
    • to “mingle” with divine wisdom, if we may be
    • so — to “mingle with divine wisdom.” But this
    • wisdom is what the Gods themselves have acquired through the
    • wisdom which then rises to intuitive wisdom. Why is this
    • them at least an intimation of the fact that a certain wisdom
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    • such a being is called in oriental wisdom an
    • centuries of Christendom just described the power of judgment
    • intellectual wisdom, is developed. Indeed, if we fix our
    • Dominican, but that all the thought-forms employed in the
    • wisdom which is the primordial wisdom of the Great Avatar, of
    • Earth evolution that wisdom which passes over from the Sun to
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    • “The Bible and Wisdom.”
    • of religion by illumining the wisdom it contains, and by
    • wisdom and knowledge we require. What is needed is to present
    • that wisdom in a new form. In so doing, the old forms will
    • unless it is built upon the foundation of religious wisdom.
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    • officialdom. Anyone with true insight into the soul of a
    • act on us, we begin to recognize the profound ancient wisdom
    • containing naive views, are filled with primordial wisdom. A
    • individual's inherent wisdom made him aware of the true
    • wisdom came in ancient times is not our concern today; it
    • where the priestly wisdom of Hermes held sway. This maxim,
    • apply the Hermetic axiom to the question: What is wisdom?
    • wisdom is related to experience, particularly to painful
    • the experience a measure of wisdom is gained. The happiness,
    • and suffering, for to that people owe what wisdom they
    • possess. Spiritual science recognizes in wisdom something
    • frequently; you will find ancient wisdom gradually
    • one has in common with the vegetable kingdom.
    • Thus, we see that creatures belonging to the animal kingdom
    • insofar as they are related to the animal kingdom. The
    • and the ancient wisdom that had flowed down the generations
    • via the blood begins to wane, although the wisdom still finds
    • wishes dominance over an individual, it must gain dominance
    • animal kingdom where strange blood kills strange blood. In
    • the human kingdom strange blood kills the hazy clairvoyance
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    • also possessed by the vegetable kingdom. Our third member,
    • already in the lower animal kingdom where the level of
    • upon us beauty, strength and wisdom. Fabre d'Olivet used the
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    • with evil. In the animal kingdom one can speak of ferocity
    • animals. Evil is confined to the human kingdom. But modern
    • a kingdom by itself. Let us now consider this issue in the
    • primordial human wisdom that penetrates beneath the surface
    • strict tests. The guardian of the wisdom had to be convinced
    • aspects of this wisdom-science are being made public; there
    • will constitute a lower kingdom. Human nature is already
    • planet, and that which will be a lower kingdom. The earth
    • previous planet the cosmos of wisdom. On the earth love is to
    • Wisdom, though
    • look at the wisdom-filled bone structure, such as the upper
    • it has evolved from unwisdom and error to wisdom.
    • Wisdom
    • characteristic of physical nature is wisdom; the evolution of
    • the earth began when wisdom became permeated by love. As
    • evolves from non-love, so wisdom evolves from unwisdom. Those
    • to the next planet, as wisdom was originally brought over
    • gods as bringers of wisdom; the humanity on the next planet
    • wisdom is vouchsafed to human beings as divine revelation
    • interdependence applies to all stages and kingdoms. Just as
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    • the vegetable and animal kingdoms. In shape and size the
    • kind of cloud. We have it in common with the animal kingdom;
    • physical body is related to the mineral kingdom, the ether
    • body to the vegetable kingdom and the astral body to the
    • animal kingdom. The “I” humans have in common
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    • to the animal kingdom and saw how all striving is directed
    • animal or vegetable kingdom. This is because the beings of
    • the various kingdoms do not have certain abstract
    • similarities; each kingdom has its own specific
    • body, which we have in common with the vegetable kingdom,
    • animal kingdom, is the bearer of the life of feelings,
    • these things becomes wisdom of life.
    • strong health. Furthermore, she had to endow wisdom with
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    • person does not stem from the animal kingdom, though
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    • Wisdom and Health
    • Wisdom and Health
    • Wisdom is
    • wise. Wisdom is science becoming creative. We must so
    • may lead to science, but not to wisdom. Had Goethe remained
    • becomes such a picture, then this wisdom becomes in all
    • Every plant spoke to him, revealing the wisdom inherent in
    • wisdom of a certain kind; their instincts are wise. However,
    • group soul that as spiritual wisdom influences them from
    • effect have a common soul, that is, a group soul. Wisdom thus
    • error, they can transform so that it becomes wisdom once
    • wisdom.
    • attained such wisdom; he approached every plant, every
    • knew through conscious wisdom that illness would benefit from
    • had the same kind of wisdom. It is insight that cannot be
    • imaginative wisdom. The plant then discerns its own image in
    • creative wisdom. We know that the human being consists of
    • Imaginative wisdom will bring a person health. When knowledge
    • is transformed into wisdom, the spirit creates the
    • imagination. Spiritual science is such wisdom, and has the
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  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture X: Stages in Man's Development in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • so conducted that figures illustrating wisdom and strength of
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    • a group of secret brotherhoods claiming esoteric wisdom in the late
    • seldom accurate information.
    • millennia the great masters of wisdom who guide mankind's
    • wisdom.
    • slightly modified. While the wisdom is fostered in narrow
    • wisdom in ways hardly noticeable to others.
    • wisdom.
    • Philosophy of Freedom are particularly suitable. Those
    • kingdoms of plant, animal and human. The World-Soul is
    • crucified on the cross of plants, animal and human kingdoms.
    • being's development takes him through the kingdoms of nature.
    • between human beings and the vegetable kingdom.
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    • cultivation of wisdom, beauty and religious piety before
    • interpretations of the wisdom attained within the mysteries,
    • formed into the various creature's of the kingdoms of nature:
    • the mineral, plant and animal kingdoms, and that of humans.
    • once individual freedom and independence had been attained,
    • of Atlantis with an atmosphere saturated with wisdom,
    • selflessness and love. This selfless, love-filled wisdom
    • as wisdom, as gold. But this wisdom, if taken hold of by
    • hoard of the gold of wisdom that had once been a source of
    • My musing is ruled by wisdom.
    • encompassed the depth of nature and spun its wisdom from
    • wisdom in Germanic legends comes to expression in Wagner's
    • men to freedom and independence. The lady who becomes his
    • justice to the wisdom found in legends, to things revealed
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    • personalities who lived in the early days of Christendom.
    • themselves they shall find the Kingdom of Heaven." No words
    • spirit, for within themselves they shall find the Kingdom of
    • the Kingdom of Heaven; it penetrates everything physical. As
    • kingdom we see the physically imperfect side by side with the
    • physically more perfect; in the human kingdom we see all
    • themselves they shall find the Kingdom of Heaven.”
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    • not only by means of philosophy and science, to lead us to freedom,
    • the impulse for freedom and responsibility to the spirit.
    • total freedom by these personalities.
    • So that for the beginning the most ample freedom in this direction
    • foundation to the curved domes. The outer and inner walls bore the
    • both domes merged into each other – a symbol of the soul's
    • painting of the domes, copies of which are preserved in Alinari's
    • reproductions (Rudolf Steiner's drafts of the great dome in the first
    • dome paints derived. Weekly eurythmy performances provided the
    • the coolness of the stone kingdom and the almost exciting affecting
    • the future. Whereas the motive of the larger and smaller domes
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    • Toward the West streamed the waves of wisdom that were the beautiful light
    • with wisdom. Heracleitos and Anaxagoras were men wise in the world who
    • wisdom of the world. Later wisdom was given over to thinking; it became
    • wisdom, warm with feeling and speaking of the beauty of the cosmos, the
    • moon of wisdom, and the Western man experiences the shimmer of moon-wisdom
    • survive only so long as the tilling of the soil is predominant in
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    • Vedas and all that is contained in the wisdom of the East.
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    • light upon the occult wisdom of thousands of years ago, an the
    • Mystery-wisdom.
    • Mystery-wisdom in order to understand how an event such as the
    • Come, ye blessed of my Father, inherit the kingdom prepared for
    • three days, when you travel through the kingdoms of heaven; but
    • One will come, Who will bring the Kingdoms of Heaven down to
    • lower soul-forces are then raised from the abdominal regions to
    • Buddhi is Wisdom — Sophia, the Mother who is fructified by the
    • “Henceforth you should recognise the divine wisdom as
    • recorded this divine wisdom; Sophia is embodied in the Gospel
    • of St. John. Jesus had given him this wisdom, and he was
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    • earth's mineral kingdom; let us look upon everything
    • consciousness which forms part of the mineral kingdom. We
    • we study the vegetable kingdom from the standpoint of
    • kingdom as a whole is an independent being in respect to the
    • kingdom which develops upon the earth. The laws which govern
    • consciousness of the vegetable kingdom of the whole earth,
    • kingdom. In the height of summer the vegetable kingdom
    • external physical development. The vegetable kingdom is then
    • earth-consciousness pertaining to the mineral kingdom and the
    • vegetable kingdom have ONE consciousness; that is to say, the
    • vegetable kingdom, not of single plants) is far more limited;
    • vegetable kingdom becomes aware of the secrets of the stars, it
    • field of wisdom, during that ancient cosmic NEW YEAR, when his
    • From that time comes the lost wisdom (we spoke of this a few.
    • days ago), the gnostic wisdom which disappeared. We must look
    • for the origin of this wisdom in the cosmic New Year about 6000
    • Zarathustra drew his knowledge; it is the wisdom that illumined
    • a few traces of this gnostic wisdom have remained to us. It is
    • development of the vegetable and mineral Kingdoms during the
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    • animal, plant, and also partly from the mineral kingdom. But what man
    • outer surrounding, from the animal kingdom. But by eating it man drives
    • organism from the animal or plant kingdom, has to be thoroughly killed,
    • higher animal kingdom, not with the lower animals, not even the gallic
    • a certain feeling of happiness. This emerges and dominates the whole
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    • wisdom of oldest time has always pointed to this important transition.
    • to a renewal of the old dreamlike wisdom. I often have said that this
    • wisdom, but a present-day mode of cognition. But as regards the transition
    • concur with the old wisdom.
    • from worse conditions into better ones, what the old wisdom had in mind
    • light comes from the plant kingdom. This we do not take up at all any
    • But all that is there in the animal and plant kingdom becomes something
    • one takes something out of the mineral kingdom. It does not matter if
    • especially in the plant kingdom.
    • by the light. He could strive to gain his freedom only during the dark
    • more recent times. He could acquire his freedom only because the light
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture I: The Past Shows Us a Picture of Necessity
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    • Rudolf Steiner illuminates the questions of freedom and necessity,
    • in human actions” and “human freedom in these two
    • domains.”
    • guidance, wisdom-filled cosmic guidance, we see that this
    • predetermined?” Can our freedom exist under such
    • can of course cogitate on freedom and necessity and imagine you
    • of freedom and necessity which is intimately connected
    • actually based on necessity or freedom? Could things have
    • cosmic wisdom always knows better.” It could be a matter
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture II: The Legend of the Prague Clock
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    • Necessity and Freedom
    • Rudolf Steiner illuminates the questions of freedom and necessity,
    • aka: Lucifer and Ahriman in Human Freedom)
    • mystery of necessity and freedom in its two equally significant
    • literary simpletons and deluded readers would find deep wisdom
    • believe that they are subject only to freedom and are connected
    • pass judgment, you do it in a certain way. Let us take a random
    • freedom and necessity. And I beg you to note well that, rightly
    • all freedom and necessity are intermingled in every human
    • past works into the present and combines with freedom. Because
    • the past works on, freedom and necessity are intimately
    • once in a state of freedom, a free deed of the gods. Only
    • of existence. Freedom continually evolves, and what is left
    • experienced at one time in freedom changes into
    • how freedom and necessity play into one another in world
    • acquire correct concepts of freedom and necessity, guilt and
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture III: Three Teachers with Different Attitudes
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    • Rudolf Steiner illuminates the questions of freedom and necessity,
    • review their past achievements and let the wisdom of
    • anyone wishing to set his own wisdom above that of the gods
    • But that is human wisdom being placed above divine wisdom.
    • these lectures on freedom and necessity. However, as this
    • looking at things, even of looking at what we call freedom,
    • two concepts freedom and necessity are extremely
    • when it comes to the problem of freedom and necessity. This is
    • to say that every human action is a product of freedom. Let me
    • point freedom certainly ceased to exist, for of course he
    • necessity and the second everything out of freedom. We
    • necessity what he is doing out of freedom. We see freedom and
    • realm of freedom. He did it all voluntarily. But look closely
    • this freedom. You will not deny that if the second person had
    • most difficult of human problems, the problem of freedom and
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture IV: The Roman World and the Teutonic Tribes
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    • Rudolf Steiner illuminates the questions of freedom and necessity,
    • Spiritual Freedom)
    • necessity and freedom in the simplest possible concepts and
    • serious objection is this: What about the whole domain that
    • should play a great part in human life, the domain of
    • heart of the question of freedom if we want to clear away this
    • Freedom is fundamentally a kind of illusion. For if a ball is
    • freedom in relation to certain events in which we very
    • freedom, or was it a question of absolute necessity?” The
    • greatest freedom of all is to obey historical necessity! For if
    • anyone imagines that his freedom could ever be
    • person who wants to work in total freedom! I want to disregard
    • would not do! I will be an absolute champion of freedom.
    • nonexistent language, that with his freedom he would be
    • this you will see that there can be no talk of freedom, as it
    • freedom. As I have already said, in the fourteenth century
    • it out of freedom” there is just as little contradiction
    • beings have a level of consciousness in which freedom can
    • that in order to understand how necessity and freedom affect
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  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture V: The "I" is Found on the Physical Plane in Acts of Will
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    • Rudolf Steiner illuminates the questions of freedom and necessity,
    • have a few things to add to the four lectures on freedom and
    • because modern mankind has to evolve to freedom, which can only
    • whether it is the mineral, plant, animal, or human kingdom,
    • freedom what nature can no longer give us. You see then that a
    • This touches again on an area where we encounter freedom and
    • lightly. Freedom and necessity are among the most
    • freedom and necessity.
    • the will. That is necessity. Out of the freedom of spiritual
    • essential freedom out of an inner necessity which we ourselves
    • Here again the concepts freedom and necessity come very close
    • science they make freedom a necessity. Really, how could people
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    • a period of the supremacy of great wisdom succeeds that of passion and
    • wisdom succeeds that of passion and delusion.” For, as an abstract
    • science of wisdom and not to any other political or social quackery,
    • conceptions throughout the world. Men are under the domination of these
    • men are absolutely dominated by what I might call an instinctive bias
    • certain unless a period of the supreme rule of wisdom succeeds that
    • men to pass by unconsciously or he can in freedom make the resolve to
    • him? It actually takes him back into the animal kingdom. And this explains
    • of active, effective understanding, in wisdom, intellectuality and the
    • destiny beckons to the white races unless a period of the supreme dominion
    • of wisdom succeeds that of passion and delusive conceptions.” Where
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    • of overcoming this commonplace Pantheism, so dominant in many places
    • Himself, instructing the soul, imparting to it an infusion of wisdom.
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture III: Clairvoyant Vision Looks at Mineral, Plant, Animal, Man
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    • still actually more or less dominated by inherited concepts and impulses
    • the surrounding world in the mineral kingdom, plant kingdom, animal
    • kingdom and in his own human kingdom. This is what is visible around
    • man. And in the visible human kingdom there is played out what comes
    • side man can look upon the mineral kingdom and the plant kingdom; on
    • the other side he can look on the animal kingdom and the kingdom of
    • man himself. Both—mineral kingdom and plant kingdom as well as
    • human kingdom and animal kingdom—unveil themselves to him in such
    • of the way in which on the one hand the mineral kingdom and plant kingdom,
    • and on the other hand the animal kingdom and human kingdom reveal themselves
    • unwilling to go into all the doubts which arise from observing the kingdoms
    • the mineral and plant kingdoms, as well as in our view of the connection
    • with the animal and human kingdoms. Unconsciously men already have,
    • looking at the mineral and plant kingdoms with this transformed power
    • at the mineral and plant kingdoms, one always experiences something
    • as if in a vivid feeling what is living in the mineral and plant kingdoms.
    • kingdom and the kingdom of man, there is always a sensation that can
    • among beings who belong neither to the mineral and plant kingdoms, nor
    • to the animal and human kingdoms, but lie between them. He bases his
    • that mineral and plant kingdoms are observed after the manner of Goethe.
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  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 4: Human Qualities Which Oppose Antroposophy
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    • love is dominant in any scientific investigations ordinarily carried
    • maintained that it spread abroad all the wisdom of the world—then
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 5: Paganism, Hebraism, and the Greek Spirit, Hellenism
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    • kingdom is in fact indicated, in which are the good and the evil and
    • this is rather different from the Kingdom of Nature. It may be said
    • the kingdom of ideas. When he spoke of ideas, it was not to the abstract
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    • which enables the bridge to be built from the kingdom of the physical
    • world of the senses to the kingdom of the superphysical; and between
    • supersensible kingdom may be experienced.
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    • our physical plane which belong to the various kingdoms of
    • different kingdoms we conclude that their form is firm,
    • group soul filled with wisdom and leading the whole, arrive at
    • tower far above the wisdom of people. However the wisdom is
    • of the ancient Greek words of wisdom: “Know
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    • Exactly by dint of our freedom can we do what karma gives rise
    • wisdom is to an entire sea. How you as a result search for
    • answer to the question about freedom and bondage. Because
    • freedom is the product of development, people are able to
    • to attain wisdom dare not take notice of his own
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    • elsajátítani az olvasás tudományát, tapasztalatomnak
    • az is, hogy a szellemtudomány segítségével egyre inkább hidat
    • életben, tudomásul véve a halálhírt, úgy érzi, hogy már nem
    • szellemtudományt azért, hogy a lelkekben újra olyan
    • dolgozunk, hogy a szellemtudományos munka, az antropozófiai
    • megszokott útján terjesszük a szellemtudományt, vagyis az
    • szellemtudományt, vagyis antropozófiát társaságokban
    • terjesszük, mert értéke van annak, ha a szellemtudománnyal
    • szellemtudománnyal. Ez a mélyebb oka annak, hogy társaságban
    • szellemtudományos törekvésnek valóban jó eredménye lehet: ez az
    • szellemtudományhoz. Ez egyáltalán nem kell, hogy így
    • apa, aki életében tudni sem akart a szellemtudományról, a halál
    • szellemtudományos fejtegetések olvasásában. Így láthatjuk, hogy
    • szellemtudománnyal kezd foglalkozni. Fivére, vagy az a férfi,
    • szellemtudománnyal szemben, sokszor haragos, egyre hangosabb,
    • szellemtudománnyal foglakozik. Az ilyen családban nagy
    • ellenszenv fejlődik ki a szellemtudománnyal szemben, úgy hogy
    • vagy rokonai gyakran haragosak, dühösek a szellemtudományra. Ha
    • legintenzívebben vágyik a szellemtudományra. Néha az ilyen
    • lélekben erősebben él a vágy a szellemtudomány után, mint
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    • Tales, the legends and various mythologies contain more wisdom concerning
    • it. The very predominance of the two domes conveys an impression to
    • thought first occurred to me to erect a building with twin domes. But
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    • paintings in the smaller dome, it has not been possible to make lantern
    • slides from the photographs of the paintings of the larger dome — as
    • we pass on to the paintings in the smaller dome, I am indeed in a peculiar
    • an idea from these copies of what is meant by the paintings of the dome,
    • of the smaller dome, as far as possible, the influence of this point
    • is painted in the domes. The paintings in the domes express to a certain
    • purposed in the painting in the domes. We get as it were inartistic
    • here in the small dome, where as a beginning there is, on the surface
    • the large and small domes. You see this flying child, which in its composition
    • in the configuration of the small dome. You understand the whole figure
    • freedom. self-consciousness. Humanity can only do this by breaking adrift
    • full of life. With this is painted in the small dome what may be presented
    • as the Initiation of the fifth post-Atlantean time. The Initiation-wisdom
    • in the paintings of the small dome, which in its whole configuration
    • this figure in the small dome — which, in its whole configuration,
    • of the inner soul-development is painted in the small dome. Of course
    • Thus in the small dome
    • child. When you see this in the dome, you will observe that an earnest
    • freezing influence. If you study the colours in the small dome, you
    • influence is predominant. As a result, the human form approximates more
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    • alchemy, and mysticism, all of which was the wisdom of former
    • centuries, and also the wisdom in particular of pre-Christian
    • of the sixteenth century, this wisdom was definitely on the
    • one's bearings in it. The wisdom contained there was no
    • wisdom, mysticism, that did not deal with chemistry in the
    • the real wisdom contained in it has been lost. It was already
    • at a different kind of wisdom with regard to the spiritual
    • world, a wisdom adapted to the new age, as the ancients had
    • been able to attain their kind of wisdom which in the natural
    • still unsatisfied for the simple reason that the real wisdom
    • wisdom that the old art of healing sprang; all dispensing,
    • We shall shortly hear how completely in the ancient wisdom
    • how little what is called the new freedom in human evolution
    • freedom was not taken hold of until this fifth epoch of ours,
    • would have been like if the ancient wisdom had persisted. But
    • in every sphere this wisdom had to disappear so that man
    • freedom in both knowledge and action. This he could not have
    • done under the influence of the old wisdom. In such times of
    • wisdom still existed though it was no longer fully
    • ancient wisdom could be really helpful to humanity, for it is
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture III: Goethe's Feeling for the Concrete.
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    • Faust has lived, while Homunculus traverses all the kingdoms
    • for freedom — so themselves they flatter.” We feel
    • fight for freedom. But Goethe retorts:
    • infinitely fine, when people speak beautifully of Freedom and
    • the actual, in our age that is dominated by dummy concepts.
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture IV: Faust and the "Mothers"
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    • into regions, into kingdoms, that Goethe thought to be like
    • that kingdom of the Mothers into which the initiate into the
    • has the feeling that an unknown kingdom is making its
    • to point out to the world that there is a spiritual kindom,
    • wisdom, quoted the remarkable number 183. Let us now reckon
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture V: Faust and the Problem of Evil
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    • clever in every domain, and only wishes to extend his
    • where I associated the problem of freedom with the
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VI: The Helena Saga and the Riddle of Freedom
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    • The Helena Saga and the Riddle of Freedom
    • containing deeper wisdom. It prophesied to Paris' mother that
    • human freedom if such important deeds as the rape of Helena
    • of freedom mightily knocks upon the doors of human knowledge.
    • one another. How then is any freedom possible for Paris? It
    • Freedom. And if so be, at any given point of time, among the
    • accomplished the deed. It does not mar his freedom in the
    • you will find that the divinely necessary, wisdom-filled
    • Freedom. Needless, to say, this does not exhaust the problem
    • of freedom; this again is only a part.
    • human being can only come to spiritual freedom by growing
    • Right and Freedom and for the Independece of Nations.”
    • Right and Freedom of the Nations, and directly side by side
    • enthusiastic, needless to say, for Right and Freedom of the
    • inspired by the impulses of Right and Freedom for all
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    • surrounding us in the kingdoms of nature can combine to form
    • knowledge of the kingdoms of nature. And that is actually the
    • Mystery-wisdom, especially of the secrets of the fire-earth.
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    • wisdom. Everything said by Anaxagoras in this scene, however,
    • ancient Mystery wisdom. Thales is really the inaugurator, the
    • the ancient Mystery-wisdom. It is a wonderful passage in
    • earth-period. Wisdom and goodness are associated, in this
    • looking back into the past. Wisdom and goodness were
    • evil from external conditions. That man can acquire freedom
    • help of this goodness to dominate the helpless humanity who
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture X: Faust's Knowledge and Understanding of Himself
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    • “Faust” there is much wisdom. On the other hand,
    • when represented on the stage, this wisdom is able through
    • is very seldom conscious of what he is able to experience if
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XI: The Vision of Reality in the Greek Myths
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    • dominated above all by the great seriousness of this
    • revealed in it with such lofty wisdom in no way prejudices
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XII: Goetheanism In Place of Homunculism and Mephistophelianism
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    • creation neither the art not the wisdom falls short and, in
    • wisdom — achieves harmonic expression.
    • gives freedom and all that is sinful. And if we try to take
    • very qualities you find attractive in the animal kingdom, in
    • animal kingdom rises to a certain height; then comes the
    • kingdoms. This conception, developed concisely just before
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    • mineral kingdom; they were images in distinct physical-mineral
    • working; the freedom of the “I” in opposition to
    • followed. The first dawning of this human freedom, which rose
    • as the freedom of mercy in Christianity, shows itself in this
    • the proclamation in Christendom, it had to be made clear that
    • of human freedom is drawn in human development: right at the
    • a wisdom-filled world guidance and world command but nothing is
    • than to acknowledge the wisdom-filled directing and guidance in
    • expression of wisdom this is within world guidance.
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    • wisdom of nature, the plant soul experiences pleasure when we
    • definite feeling of pleasure. Thus we see into the wisdom of
    • kingdom to the stone realm then it will not appear through
    • rock kingdom existed, that the earth was fluid. Its solidity
    • kingdom, that soul processes are at play, while the was earth
    • hindsight mankind acquired his freedom and independence. Thus,
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    • into many languages. Seldom, indeed, has a book of serious
    • natural science, to reduce all discoveries in that domain of
    • of the world, such as immortality, freedom of will, origin of
    • freedom without equal, not alone upon this subject, but in many
    • minutiae appertaining to natural science, whenever the kingdom
    • impression made by this great advance in the domain of
    • freedom in the 'thirties and 'forties, can but be classed
    • teaches the laws by which the living kingdoms in Nature are
    • wisdom in the world; not seeking the mere widening of its
    • ape kingdom on the other? Theosophy answers, “The soul of
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    • Dominican Monks, or St. Thomas Aquinas alone, are represented
    • property. In these pictures we see the Dominicans portrayed,
    • Nevertheless, if their idea had become dominant in Europe, only
    • Dominican Order. They declared that man is an individuality,
    • would say, — by the Dominicans. They stood up vigorously
    • the Dominican Order. Only then do we gain an idea of how much
    • That philosophy, which proceeded from the Dominican Order,
    • a Dominican community for instance, — they learned that
    • older and a younger Dominican, somewhat as follows:
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    • because nearly everything, in the domain of the public affairs of
    • more brilliantly than all that was given to man by oriental wisdom
    • We do right to turn to the great wisdom-treasures of the East —
    • will outshine all the glory of oriental wisdom that once poured down
    • the beings of the three kingdoms of Nature on Earth.
    • animal kingdoms. In our age, people speak of what is beyond the Earth
    • we must press forward to this cosmic wisdom, to the knowledge that the
    • those days. Thus, according to the wisdom of the stars, a man might be
    • moral and social life are to thrive. No real wisdom can arise in moral
    • and social life unless a link is forged with cosmic wisdom. And that
    • into the domain of moral and social life too, for we believe that
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    • plants, minerals — the three kingdoms of Nature belonging to the
    • three kingdoms of Nature here in the world of sense. Even if at first
    • kingdoms of Nature can be intimate or superficial. And it is the same
    • claim their right to freedom so vociferously, they are, in reality,
    • freedom shows itself in the following way. Instead of forming free
    • domains of earthly existence, by political life, by economic life.
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    • times, religion, education, indeed every domain of mental and
    • centuries, we find the old, inherited wisdom being brought to bear
    • the highest form of wisdom. A change comes about in this respect, but
    • Gnostic conceptions, the wisdom-filled conceptions of Christianity now
    • the old Gnostic wisdom into Christianity is branded as a heretic:
    • wisdom with Christianity, is ostracised. And finally Christianity is
    • illumination of the highest wisdom if they were to become intelligible
    • wisdom which had once been alive in men receded from the spiritual
    • unconscious Nature-wisdom, this concrete knowledge of spirituality in
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    • gifted people to talk to, the questions which were then dominating
    • He intended then to return after a while, to work out in freedom
    • supreme impulse, could illuminate the whole domain of knowledge for
    • point out Karl August's remarkable freedom from all prejudice. And
    • though he may have had in his soul occasional glimpses of freedom,
    • freedom as it works from age to age in men's moral aspirations and
    • possible to arrive at freedom, at infinity, at a conception of the
    • man has no doubts of the spiritual world but believes in freedom
    • of foreign domination, so long will the memory of this brave man
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    • their heads. Thus would they move through the villages, seldom lacking
    • mysteries? There too, one knew that wisdom cannot be achieved by mere
    • diligently throughout the year, our insights, our wisdom, can be
    • wisdom-treasures of Spiritual Science. In our places of work Christ
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    • gathered in the name of the search for wisdom and the search for
    • Arjuna. So there is much in the occult wisdom on which the
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    • philosopher may repeat by rote as the wisdom of Krishna — that
    • the spirit is eternal, immortal — was a sublime wisdom at the
    • The Philosophy of Freedom,
    • The Philosophy of Freedom!
    • all dogmatic wisdom must be laid aside. We can imagine Krishna saying
    • same wisdom that is contained in the Vedas, still he must be drawn
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    • some domain it must be carried out, perhaps in the most
    • exercises we can enter the domain of dream life in such a way that we
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    • wisdom in this fact that evil is mingled in cosmic evolution. Thus,
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    • gradually. Today the word evolution is often heard, but people seldom
    • dominant thought of their age; how in Newton's time, when everything
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    • dominating tendency to interpret any spiritual work of this kind as a
    • today, “What is the judgment of true mystic wisdom about this
    • deepest wisdom of Krishna at the time when he stood before Arjuna,
    • and working on himself with wisdom — that is Krishna.
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    • scale from the mineral kingdom through the plant and animal kingdoms
    • kingdoms of nature. The point is, however, that man gains knowledge
    • kingdoms are outside him and he can observe them. As to all man has
    • kingdoms of nature outside him. The forces active within him which
    • transcend those three kingdoms he cannot know by the usual
    • man has within himself over and above the kingdoms of nature that
    • enables him to build up systematically a knowledge of those kingdoms
    • the animal kingdom. When it distinguishes the regenerative forces in
    • man from what is present in the animal kingdom also, it will
    • spend them until you have nothing left. In this domain of life there
    • plant, and animal kingdoms, reduced down to nothing, then down to
    • out in the three kingdoms of nature. At present I cannot deal fully
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    • evolution of man, which is full of wisdom though it may at first seem
    • the Indian thinker and was bringing them forward as spiritual wisdom
    • kingdoms. It would be abstract and wrong to interpret these words
    • kingdoms that surround him. His mode and quality of knowledge is
    • approaches the mineral kingdom he feels he can penetrate it and its
    • been called a sattwa understanding of the mineral kingdom. In
    • the plant kingdom we always encounter an obstacle, namely, that with
    • not penetrate the plant kingdom as far as he does the mineral. All he
    • rajas-understanding. When we come to the animal kingdom, its
    • about the animal kingdom is a tamas-understanding.
    • understanding the three kingdoms of nature call forth conditions of
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    • our present knowledge of the mineral kingdom is a sattwa man. For the
    • acquainted with the plant kingdom. He can admire it, but he brings
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    • There, events occur in two apparently quite separate domains. In one
    • domain the events are subject to the laws of nature; in the other they
    • the events of nature, even when we ascend to the animal kingdom, we
    • persons — do we apply moral concepts to the animal kingdom. What
    • interests us in the animal kingdom, first of all, is its conformity to
    • natural law. When we rise to the human kingdom, we feel obliged to
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    • different kingdoms of nature in the sense-world. He sees the whole
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    • living again through the new wisdom of the Grail.
    • on the one hand men can acquire more and more freedom, the Luciferic
    • new wisdom.
    • what he had to learn in order to permeate with the new wisdom the part
    • Holy Grail and of the new wisdom — which is in fact the
    • indicate that which is hostile to this new wisdom, he pointed to
    • another domain, the domain wherein dwelt all the beings and. forces
    • become unconscious. This domain, into which were justly transferred
    • which also had remained) — the domain which was the most vicious
    • wisdom can be carried anywhere to-day, because we have reached a
    • wisdom has less of a local character; for we are living in a time of
    • Viewed thus, we have on the one hand the Kingdom of the Grail, and on
    • the other the evil Kingdom, Chastel Merveille, with all that came from
    • incarnation may make him very well able to dominate the conversation
    • by the wisdom of the spirit, then the souls occupied with thinking
    • all ancient Mystery-wisdom, they can be understood by the generality
    • raging, and how they tear apart the domain of the Intellectual Soul.
    • gain freedom for himself, a man must go through the
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    • mineral kingdom. The whole mineral world is found again in the
    • development of individual freedom and universal religion. There is a
    • radiance of divine Wisdom, embracing intelligence, love and action.
    • ‘Sophia,’ between science and divine Wisdom, between
    • Wisdom live in Him, as well as the most divine Love. Without such
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    • kingdoms that the higher races have been able to develop.
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    • of man with the divine world and by the human kingdom with the animal
    • kingdom. Oxygen and carbonic acid are in-breathed and out-breathed by
    • man. The plant-kingdom breathes out oxygen; man breathes out love
    • The kingdom of the heavens is nourished by the effluence of human
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    • part in the development of beings and the unfolding of freedom.
    • The physical world is the expression of wisdom incarnate, divine
    • wisdom.
    • Earth of wisdom. Today we may call it an Earth of love.
    • being what divine wisdom once accomplished for his physical body. He
    • the influence of divine wisdom — that is Involution. All that we
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    • For thousands of years the higher wisdom was guarded in profound
    • When Manas dominates the astral and etheric bodies, man acquires new
    • him wisdom which remained as a powerful, lasting impression. When he
    • this wisdom, for the reason that memory inheres in the etheric body.
    • The wisdom was occult doctrine but it bore the permanent and personal
    • an awakener. He does not try to dominate or convert; he simply
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    • spiritualised and dominated according to the strength of man's
    • training. Compassion without wisdom is weak and powerless.
    • or significant, must be to dominate, regulate and hold them under the
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    • way to reach freedom. The dissociation of feeling, thinking and
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    • the kingdom of heaven.”
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    • and predominating colours. There is one fundamental colour in which
    • the positive side of things, freedom from prejudice, and finally,
    • religions. Divine wisdom speaks through the rites and cults which have
    • spiritual world — tends towards the domain of Art. Art, too, comes from
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    • form. In Kamaloca, man works at building up the animal kingdom.
    • Thus man is bound up with all the kingdoms of Nature.
    • this symbol? It is an image of the soul passing through the kingdoms
    • lower kingdoms of Nature. The consciousness of man will govern the
    • we are working on the mineral kingdom. The mountains, the banks of the
    • In future ages man will learn to mould all the kingdoms of Nature with
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    • Bourgeoisie began and when the movement connected with the freedom of
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    • plants and metals? Have these lower kingdoms of life any consciousness
    • must try to reach a deep and true understanding of the mineral kingdom
    • The seven states of life culminate in the formation of seven kingdoms,
    • human kingdoms. In each state of consciousness, therefore, man passes
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    • kingdom, he is not merely referring to the stones but to the milieu at
    • member that is chiefly dominated by the forces of feeling (the
    • over the mineral kingdom, the Earth has been changing, and we may
    • as the mineral kingdom is concerned. In ancient traditions it was
    • was inhabited by a third kingdom of beings at a stage of existence
    • atmosphere of the Earth contains oxygen, and it was the predominance
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    • them today. In fact, only a plant kingdom existed then but under
    • totally different conditions from our own. This kingdom preserved a
    • different kingdoms on earth have become as we now know them: the plant
    • kingdom at the time of the separation of the sun, the animal when the
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    • Old Moon phase of evolution — we distinguished three kingdoms of
    • Nature, very different from those we know. Our mineral kingdom did not
    • the Earth, each of these lunar kingdoms makes a descent into
    • towards the animal kingdom. This division is now apparent in the very
    • self-consciousness, choice and freedom. Only a being capable of
    • St. Paul meant when he said that freedom and love are the highest
    • freedom through the series of incarnations. It is through karma that
    • The Christ-Impulse transforms implacable Law into Freedom, and the
    • essential to the attainment of that supreme freedom which is life in
    • Christ — a freedom attained not by defying the world-order but by
    • not admit the possibility of an act of freedom are like a business man
    • The path of evolution leads to freedom. When man has awakened in
    • material world, freedom is the law of the spiritual world. Freedom is
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    • world. Individual freedom and power of initiative depends upon the
    • being from whom the man of today and all the kingdoms of nature have
    • or evil. Just as he has already left the animal kingdom behind him, so
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    • remaining faithful to these writings and seeking wisdom in
    • higher worlds. There one can find the wisdom to understand
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    • the third elemental kingdom have an influence on the astral
    • body. Beings belonging to the second elemental kingdom get at
    • kingdom get access to the physical body to destroy it. Only
    • ranking human being and the lower kingdoms. He too must say
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    • cannot enter into the Kingdom of God.” What does it
    • mean to be born anew and to see the Kingdom of God? It means
    • enter the kingdom of heaven? It means to see not only the
    • developed his ego here is ready to enter the kingdom of
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    • these earlier methods we must include religions, and this wisdom was a
    • in common with the mineral kingdom, and an etheric body in common with
    • the plant and animal kingdoms. Ordinary observation can confirm that.
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    • them out of their wisdom and imparted them to humanity. All myths, legends,
    • event: he comes to understand the profound utterance of Indian wisdom,
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    • into the “kingdom of Heaven”. As Christ says, “Unless
    • ye became as little children, ye cannot enter the kingdom of Heaven.”
    • depth only by gradually entering into the divine wisdom.
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    • power to the great laws of nature, it was the wisdom of nature which
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    • the Masters of Wisdom, saw the necessity of allowing some spiritual
    • wisdom to be diffused among mankind at large. Nothing short of a spiritual
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    • been man and not an ape; he separated off the whole animal kingdom from
    • and kingdoms, minerals, plants and animals, within himself, and can
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    • and has been constructed with ineffable wisdom. I once described to
    • you, as an example of this wisdom and perfection, the structure of the
    • as Saturn, only the first germs of the kingdom of man dwelt on it. The
    • man passed through the mineral kingdom; but to think of it as anything
    • like our present-day mineral kingdom would be quite wrong. On Saturn
    • there was no kingdom other than the human kingdom.
    • the plant stage, and on Sun there were thus two kingdoms, the mineral
    • kingdom and the plant kingdom; and the latter was man. But these plant
    • in fact reached the stage of the animal kingdom. He had raised himself
    • to the plant kingdom by ejecting the mineral kingdom. Thus there were
    • two kingdoms apart from man. Then he once more cast off a smaller part,
    • with the three kingdoms; it only imparts to them what it has to give.
    • no solid mineral kingdom. It was a globe which, instead of a solid earth
    • grew the plant kingdom, as it then was. These plants, however, were
    • kingdom of the time was not like any animal of today; he was halfway
    • These three kingdoms dwelt
    • as far as the animal kingdom, as it then was; he would have breathed
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    • no real mineral kingdom. Then the etheric forms gradually became more
    • the vegetable kingdom the substances they needed for nourishment and
    • not only became wise, but could be fired with enthusiasm for wisdom
    • whom the migrants had complete faith; through his wisdom he picked out
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    • wisdom.
    • a great wisdom governing all natural processes; that everything happened
    • Chaldean priests, above all, were the custodians of profound wisdom,
    • wisdom.
    • come by the path of knowledge to recognise the wisdom in external nature,
    • The Chaldeans, Babylonians and Egyptians recognised the wisdom in nature.
    • that the Earth moves round the Sun. It is seldom noticed that he taught
    • live with them. Modern humanity has cultivated individual freedom. From
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    • as a foundation for wisdom; the pupil must wait for them to enter into
    • through symbolic images. Wisdom, for example, may be described as light:
    • the reason is that to anyone who is occultly developed the wisdom of
    • It is true that the higher we go in the kingdoms of nature, the less
    • IV. Freedom from
    • The Philosophy of Freedom,
    • freedom.
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    • the highest wisdom. No culture is possible without such formal observances;
    • kingdoms in the course of his evolution, so will he in a certain sense
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    • developed. The Masters of Wisdom saw that this was bound to happen and
    • nothing about planetary systems, we show great egoism. True wisdom
    • origin. Thus M is the symbol of wisdom; it derives from the shape of
    • hence wisdom may be symbolised by water. These signs indicate sounds
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    • on the other hand its physical counterimage in diseased abdominal
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    • come to the idea of freedom. You come to causal conditioning. If you
    • freedom and do research on the natural causality of the will. Or you
    • spirit, you do not come to freedom. Freedom lies in the middle at the
    • knowledge of human nature. The problem of freedom in connection with
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    • ordinary observation. Only mystery wisdom tells of the entire zodiac
    • is the point of origin of human freedom. Here is where responsibility
    • her inner nature from developing complete freedom of soul and is too
    • in the old mystery wisdom were regarded as very important for
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    • later life he tortured domestic animals in every possible way to an
    • domestic animals, considering them as part of the family. These were
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    • distinction between the kingdoms of nature on the earth. A person
    • about the stop for the light, the Jupiter forces in their wisdom
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    • mineral kingdom; they are suited to the mineral kingdom. They are not
    • physical processes in the same way that the mineral kingdom is. We
    • place in the plant kingdom. During daytime consciousness, when the
    • same way that they do in the plant kingdom. Thus they too are not
    • kingdom for that part of the ego that the person lacks, to cure what
    • body. Then we must search in the plant kingdom for the proper
    • kingdoms of the world. It is the spirit, not the substance, that one
    • domain of the priests. Priests may no longer merely continue
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    • wisdom than they are now.
    • rationality and Sophia-wisdom meteoronomy, meteorology, and
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    • may perhaps provide a connection to that old mystery wisdom for the
    • the deepest mystery wisdom. For us today this wisdom must be regarded
    • did not simply take some substance out of the mineral kingdom if it
    • could be obtained from the plant kingdom. In other words, they looked
    • Christ the Son. That puts into modern speech what mystery wisdom
    • Who guides the erring soul toward freedom.
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    • professional domain.
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    • on the other hand its physical counterimage in diseased abdominal
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    • come to the idea of freedom. You come to causal conditioning. If you
    • freedom and do research on the natural causality of the will. Or you
    • spirit, you do not come to freedom. Freedom lies in the middle at the
    • knowledge of human nature. The problem of freedom in connection with
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    • ordinary observation. Only mystery wisdom tells of the entire zodiac
    • is the point of origin of human freedom. Here is where responsibility
    • her inner nature from developing complete freedom of soul and is too
    • in the old mystery wisdom were regarded as very important for
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    • later life he tortured domestic animals in every possible way to an
    • domestic animals, considering them as part of the family. These were
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    • distinction between the kingdoms of nature on the earth. A person
    • about the stop for the light, the Jupiter forces in their wisdom
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    • mineral kingdom; they are suited to the mineral kingdom. They are not
    • physical processes in the same way that the mineral kingdom is. We
    • place in the plant kingdom. During daytime consciousness, when the
    • same way that they do in the plant kingdom. Thus they too are not
    • kingdom for that part of the ego that the person lacks, to cure what
    • body. Then we must search in the plant kingdom for the proper
    • kingdoms of the world. It is the spirit, not the substance, that one
    • domain of the priests. Priests may no longer merely continue
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    • wisdom than they are now.
    • rationality and Sophia-wisdom meteoronomy, meteorology, and
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    • may perhaps provide a connection to that old mystery wisdom for the
    • the deepest mystery wisdom. For us today this wisdom must be regarded
    • did not simply take some substance out of the mineral kingdom if it
    • could be obtained from the plant kingdom. In other words, they looked
    • Christ the Son. That puts into modern speech what mystery wisdom
    • Who guides the erring soul toward freedom.
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    • of creation we are in the domain of clairvoyant perception. What had
    • same laws which obtain today in the solid mineral kingdom. So that
    • elements of warmth and air as rule in the plant kingdom today, those
    • mineral kingdom are repeated and the laws of the plant world are
    • in other words the group-souls of the plant kingdom.
    • you how those who shrouded their deep wisdom in this narrative must
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    • or Dominions,
    • (For by him were all things created, that are in heaven, and that are in earth, visible and invisible, whether they be thrones, or domColos. 1:16
    • Far above all principality, and power, and might, and domEph. 1:21).
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    • of cosmic wisdom, and that whenever Beings remain behind at a
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    • it needed only the activity of the Spirits of Wisdom, the Kyriotetes,
    • the Dominions. Thus behind the solid basis we see the Spirits of
    • fluidity, we have to see the activity of the Spirits of Wisdom or
    • the hierarchies. Just as the Spirits of Wisdom work in the water
    • through the Spirits of Wisdom and the Spirits of Movement, we come
    • truth live the Spirits of Wisdom; an airy element, within which in
    • Will, the Spirits of Wisdom, the Spirits of Movement in order to
    • Wisdom in the element of water, the Spirits of Movement in the
    • Spirits of Wisdom may be enabled to accumulate into clouds. In the
    • Thrones, the Spirits of Wisdom and the Spirits of Movement within the
    • we give the names Seraphim, Cherubim, Thrones, Spirits of Wisdom,
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    • mineral, the human kingdoms as sense-objects, was not there. What was
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    • vegetable and mineral kingdoms existed. These were added after the
    • human kingdom was already there. Hence we have to ask ourselves how
    • kingdom is the all-important one, that the other kingdoms are, as it
    • And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have domCh. I, v.26,
    • the earth. When we turn to the kingdom next to man, to the animal
    • kingdom, a question may arise which we have often touched upon before
    • evolved from the animal kingdom, as the crude materialism of today
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    • kingdom visible to the external eye did not develop until much later
    • profound wisdom here. But I can assure you that nothing from this
    • wisdom from the very region of the World-creators — then they
    • could say: “There is streaming into us as knowledge, as wisdom,
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    • animal kingdom. This small concession may be made to Darwinism. But
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    • of wisdom were still current among mankind, traditions that originated
    • way through primeval wisdom, and which they can now again acquire
    • consciousness which allows the impulse of freedom to quicken within
    • it. The birth of the impulse of freedom is necessarily accompanied by
    • of freedom inevitably implies that, if man would again have vision of
    • inner life. He had to learn to understand the words: “My kingdom
    • spiritual kingdom that could be reached only by inward struggle and
    • vision of the spiritual was now to dawn for man in a new kingdom of
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    • primeval wisdom. And it can be said that this knowledge came to the
    • in which the primeval wisdom came to a man depended on his
    • although their particular form of the primeval wisdom was bound up
    • blood-wisdom persisted right on into the 15th century
    • These are the domains where untruthfulness is rampant, deep down in
    • bring to fulfilment the words: “My kingdom is not of this
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    • comparative religion is also finding its place in the domain of
    • wisdom belonging to mankind as one whole and springing from one Divine
    • primeval truth, this primeval wisdom, uncoloured by this or that
    • upon the kernel of primeval wisdom contained in each one of them.
    • even in Christendom itself, the loftiest thoughts and deepest truths
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    • emerge from conceptions still based upon Eastern wisdom, it was not to
    • of early Christianity that was still an echo of Eastern wisdom. On the
    • The all-embracing wisdom by means of which in the first centuries
    • of Christendom men were still endeavouring to understand the Mystery
    • achievements in a certain domain are something that humanity must now
    • which was an echo from an Eastern wisdom even more profound than
    • inner freedom, and of the real nature of the will which bears
    • wisdom which still sprang from instinctive depths of man's cognitional
    • wisdom that pain and suffering originate from man's union with matter.
    • When the picture of the man who had attained freedom at the highest
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    • received what we may call the primal wisdom. The revelations
    • proceeding from these Beings contained an abundance of wisdom which in
    • ancient, divine wisdom; but in the whole range of these teachings
    • of this divine wisdom, not even within the Mysteries; and in their
    • You must approach this matter with a certain freedom from bias,
    • has been lost of the genuine esoteric wisdom surviving during the
    • first four centuries of Christendom thanks to the remaining vestiges
    • which, later, were to operate in the exercise of human freedom and of
    • if I may so express it, He was able to tell them out of divine wisdom
    •  “inner freedom, he can do this only in a life that definitely
    •  “into your souls a certain wisdom. It is the wisdom which
    •  “you can acquire earthly wisdom, but in order to under-
    •  “you nothing. Earthly wisdom would suffice you only
    •  “then you are preparing a special power of wisdom.”
    • This power of wisdom is the same as the power of faith; it is a
    • special power of Spirit-Wisdom, a power of faith born of wisdom.
    • he to possess all the science known on earth, if his wisdom is able to
    • among the gods who, until the Mystery of Golgotha, possessed no wisdom
    • wisdom for the salvation of mankind. To penetrate into the realm of
    • divine wisdom needs a very definite strength. No particular strength
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    • human kingdoms, at night the whole space around him was filled with
    • wisdom. It was then possible, in the Mysteries, to infuse into the
    • primal wisdom, primal truth.
    • the ancient, primal wisdom.
    • his own existence and that of the three kingdoms of nature, but also
    • wisdom was the basis of them all, as the one great unity. This wisdom
    • the Brahmans in India. Everywhere it was the same primal wisdom
    • we see the primal wisdom as the fount and basis of all religion.
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    • to light, that the wisdom of the Mysteries is now emerging to become
    • wisdom that in a certain sense leads to the very peak of
    • very ground of wisdom, about life overcoming death — this was
    • of the East with his profound wisdom, which, drawn from the
    • through the hearts of men. Primal wisdom flowing from divine-spiritual
    • all-embracing wisdom taught by the Buddha, Kashiapa —
    • wisdom was ready to pass into Nirvana, he made his way to a steep
    • legend enshrines an ancient wisdom that can only gradually be
    • Only by degrees can we gain some inkling of the wisdom expressed in
    • upwards to the heights of wisdom. Nor should we aspire immediately to
    • the deepest wisdom. They are truth in all profundity, not invented
    • wisdom sees in the Breath of Life that which man must gradually
    • within. And when, as was the goal of ancient wisdom, man's breath can
    • strives after wisdom. To begin with he strives in darkness. As he
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    • endeavours, Kashiapa had absorbed all the wisdom of the East, and it
    • drawn from Shakyamuni's deep fount of wisdom and — as the last
    • possessor of this primal wisdom — had bestowed upon mankind.
    • proclaimer of the primeval wisdom in a new form, the Maitreya Buddha,
    • The Oriental who understands this wisdom waits for the Maitreya
    • be able to glimpse the profound wisdom contained in this legend if we
    • appear in order to renew the primal wisdom, but that no disciple will
    • be capable of retaining this wisdom. “If the world continues
    • It was those with the deepest understanding of Eastern wisdom who
    • a way as to enable the primal wisdom again to be understood. Humanity
    • truth that freedom from suffering depends upon elimination of the
    • matter, but be spiritualised. The primal wisdom will again be
    • primal wisdom which, in the spiritual world, was the source of their
    • upon it all at a later time. Mankind will understand the primal wisdom
    • the splendour and the wisdom of all the past stream into what mankind
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    • wisdom that ring through the ages — faith, love, hope? But little
    • John the Baptist said: Change your mood of soul, the Kingdom of Heaven
    • the Kingdom of Heaven. That was a weakness on Christ's part, they say,
    • theologians — that the Kingdom of Heaven has not come down on
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    • now, thanks to the wisdom of cosmic guidance, human beings will be
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    • mankind, for the healing, progress and freedom of the Earth — may
    • kingdom in the spiritual world lying behind the physical-sensible.
    • its kingdom, man is a kind of microcosm in himself.” However much
    • whole kingdom of the spiritual world. Although to sense-perception,
    • sleep, we really learn to know an amazing kingdom of Life. In this
    • amazing kingdom of human life flows by unperceived by the normal human
    • Cosmic Wisdom which now calls away a number of souls, that they may be
    • too, is Cosmic Wisdom, for these souls are thus filled with that which
    • undergone. That is the true Wisdom of the Cosmos. And so we must say
    • compensation, and to recognise the Wisdom of the Cosmos, in spite of
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    • this contradicts a man's freedom. I will return to this later —
    • it does not contradict freedom.
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    • able to dominate in our etheric body. We now thrust ourselves so
    • wisdom. These lie in the depths of our soul, within the etheric body.
    • does not lie in man having little wisdom within him, but in his
    • powerlessness to extract that wisdom out of his own soul. All
    • educational development consists in bringing out the concealed wisdom
    • would then take far too little trouble to acquire wisdom, and it would
    • wisdom. A personal assimilation arises through our having such a
    • our fellow-men as wisdom in our astral body, but in reality our
    • On entering the domain of spiritual life it is necessary that besides
    • spiritual here on the earth, owe this to their life of martyrdom in a
    • wisdom of the Cosmos we may console ourselves. For in proportion to
    • falling a prey to materialism and being dominated by it.
    • we connect the present suffering with the great wisdom of the Cosmos.
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    • In every domain Spiritual Science has to show us the connection
    • embraced by his consciousness from out of this comprehensive wisdom. I
    • we usually believe. We do not value the wisdom of our astral body
    • of its comprehensive wisdom, if we place the following before our
    • not born of chance, but arises entirely from the wisdom of our astral
    • they believe in a ruling wisdom. They are permeated with a feeling
    • that even things which may cause annoyance are also dominated by a
    • ruling wisdom. It is often very difficult to believe in a ruling
    • wisdom, when something happens which absolutely interferes with our
    • our feeling ourselves cared for by this ruling wisdom, without thereby
    • becoming indolent or lazy, without believing that this wisdom works
    • or less degree within us, besides the self on which our freedom
    • show an enormous subtlety — we cannot call this wisdom; we should
    • feel an inner objection to calling it wisdom. But these people display
    • it were, allows his egotism to dominate, it then lays holds of his
    • with its cleverness; but permeated, not by what usually dominates in
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    • different sides which harmonise, a certain wisdom is created, and this
    • human life, one discovers wisdom in the so-called accident, but a
    • wisdom that lies beneath the threshold of consciousness. One cannot
    • really perceive this wisdom with the ordinary consciousness, but one
    • one knows the connection, one discovers that wisdom lies in the entire
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    • doctors. This could be exemplified in all domains. Our epoch is not
    • is everywhere prevalent. Its methods dominate the world. We drink it
    • Infinite wisdom, infinite cleverness is to-day used to prove the
    • belief in authority which to-day appears under the mask of freedom.
    • wisdom. But what does it imply? What is at the bottom of it all? This:
    • which with its lighted windows dominates the wooded village with the
    • mankind, for the healing, progress and freedom of the Earth — may
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    • influences, the kingdoms of nature, various myths and symbols, human
    • and so on which have none. The entire animal kingdom falls into the
    • up within the kingdoms of Nature, so that he is able to say to which
    • Germanic myth distributes the giant Imir in this way. The dome of the
    • along the path of my own evolution. Without these kingdoms I could not
    • have risen above these kingdoms, but also with the knowledge that our
    • externally apparent as a kingdom of good and a kingdom of evil
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    • Activity, wisdom, will: three leading concepts in esotericism. Life
    • West and the tranquillity of the wisdom of the East.
    • Wisdom, which is also called Word, and thirdly Will. When we speak of
    • wisdom. Just as karma has something needing to be balanced, wisdom has
    • All wisdom, according to its form, is rhythm. In the astral body there
    • That has been changed into green through activity, karma. In wisdom,
    • rhythmical, filled with wisdom, is in the etheric body. The etheric
    • body is therefore that in man which represents wisdom. In the etheric
    • be balanced; secondly wisdom, what has been brought to rest; thirdly
    • activity, wisdom, will, are the three stages in which all being flows.
    • freedom. Then the whole of his astral body is transmuted from within.
    • transformed into wisdom. What has been worked over and transformed
    • into wisdom is metamorphosed in man into rhythm in contradistinction
    • etheric body rest and wisdom prevail. When something bad enters into
    • karma, passes over into wisdom. Wisdom is the daughter of karma. All
    • karma finds its compensation in wisdom. An initiate who has reached a
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    • Stages of Consciousness in the three kingdoms of Nature and of Man.
    • plant kingdom, animal kingdom, human kingdom. The
    • man into a higher kingdom. The last faculty to be attained by man is
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    • Stone. Relationship of the kingdoms of Nature to each other. The being
    • We have spoken about the consciousness of the different kingdoms of
    • beehive, not of the single bee, is immensely lofty. The wisdom of this
    • In Nature everything is ordered with infinite wisdom, with an
    • formations developed gradually, either from the plant kingdom or the
    • animal kingdom. When one looks at a lump of coal one can say to
    • primeval rocks out of plants. The plant kingdom gradually passes over
    • into the mineral kingdom. Everything solid on the earth has arisen out
    • The mineral kingdom in its present state of separation only came into
    • kingdom will be spiritualised by man. He transforms it with the
    • world of industry, is the transformation of the mineral kingdom. When
    • the mineral kingdom by artificial means. In the Fourth Round man can
    • work upon the mineral kingdom in this way. With the plant, on the
    • kingdom will be transformed by man. To a great extent this will be
    • kingdom.
    • kingdom. He will be able consciously to carry out the process which is
    • been different. The foreseeing wisdom of Higher Intelligences was
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    • mineral kingdom to be found? That is the highest form of
    • between wisdom and light. When in dream consciousness one experiences
    • the light, one experiences wisdom within it. This was always the case
    • reveal wisdom.
    • Manas. What the ear experiences as sound is the wisdom of the world.
    • In the perception of sound one hears the wisdom of the world. In the
    • act of speaking one brings forth the wisdom of the world. What is
    • hears or speaks man expresses himself directly in wisdom. At the
    • then to create beings. Freemasonry calls these three forces wisdom,
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    • Here, in this domain, we have the creative wisdom which manifests
    • outwardly, and the wisdom which is received by the human soul. Wisdom
    • wisdom is that which is revealed.
    • the kingdom of the warm-blooded animals is a comprehensive picture of
    • thou. We have therefore in the kingdom of the warm-blooded animals
    • kingdom of the cold-blooded animals. Oken connected the cuttlefish
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    • Wisdom. Jehovah a rank of the hierarchies. Transition from the Old
    • Through Theosophy, on the other hand, man actually absorbs a wisdom
    • ether filled with wisdom. On the Old Moon thoughts were not in the
    • occultism therefore the Old Moon is also called the Cosmos of Wisdom.
    • the beginning of the Moon evolution wisdom still impressed itself into
    • these streams of wisdom. In the course of further development the
    • came to an end the beings who were wise, but did not possess wisdom in
    • new, the true Wisdom, Buddhi, which until that time must be fostered
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    • language of wisdom. Then the Bull fell into decadence and the Ram came
    • actually approaches the culture dominated by the man. The present
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    • influences, the kingdoms of nature, various myths and symbols, human
    • predominant; in their case many bright, luminous clouds of colour
    • kingdom. A man is already working on the mineral kingdom when he takes
    • the mineral kingdom. Thus man puts into service the whole mineral
    • kingdom. He makes the Earth into something entirely of his own
    • he is also working upon the mineral kingdom. We are now in the midst
    • When the Fourth Round comes to an end the entire mineral kingdom will
    • Everything which man worked into the mineral kingdom during the Fourth
    • Round reappears and grows up as the plant kingdom; for instance [the]
    • Then in the Fifth Round the previous mineral kingdom appears in all
    • its forms as the plant kingdom. In the Arupic condition of the Fifth
    • eventually became the lower kingdoms as far as the first vertebrates,
    • physical condition, as did also the plants and mineral kingdom.
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    • influences, the kingdoms of nature, various myths and symbols, human
    • towards freedom on the physical plane. Action and reaction as the
    • physical world, forgetting oneself, is very rare. It is only seldom
    • of the Masters of Wisdom to pass through our souls — through
    • groping in the dark. His gaze is turned outwards; he has freedom of
    • no such freedom; there he was subject to compulsion from the powers
    • today is still a soul being, the Gods still live in him. Here freedom
    • and unfreedom are strongly mixed. His wishes are continually changing.
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    • mineral kingdom through the work of man after death. The activity and
    • Cherubim, Thrones. The next degree: Dominions, Mights, Powers. The
    • animal kingdom, in the transformation of species. The force which
    • metamorphosis in the animal kingdom, influencing and altering animal
    • man is a co-worker on the rocks, on the mineral kingdom of the earth.
    • plane today man is only master of the mineral kingdom. There he
    • or an animal. In the mineral kingdom he has the component parts
    • kingdom, but instead a kingdom of evil. The Manicheans knew this. They
    • of the animal kingdom, but they are guided by the Devas. Thence man is
    • them as wisdom. This enables them to become the teachers of the next
    • laws; this was only possible for beings at the higher stage of Wisdom.
    • Above the stage of Wisdom is the stage of Will, of manifested
    • activity. The Spirits of Wisdom (Kyriotetes) and the Spirits of Will
    • It is a primeval wisdom that was absorbed earlier and is now being
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    • through friendship of a purely soul nature, in Devachan is wisdom, the
    • Body, until at last when his comprehension has embraced the wisdom of
    • wisdom. Warmth and light will then have become wisdom. Between the
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    • concepts, Wisdom, Beauty, Power, in connection with the transformation
    • of the mineral, plant and animal kingdoms. The twelve forces of Karma
    • Wisdom, Beauty and Power or Strength.
    • ‘Lead in your daily life in the outer world, a life of Wisdom, Beauty
    • John still speak of the great importance of Wisdom, Beauty and Power,
    • Through Wisdom the etheric body was to be developed, through Beauty,
    • kingdom, out of the plant and animal kingdoms; but three kingdoms thou
    • createst for thyself, the three kingdoms of Wisdom, Beauty and Power.
    • time when the mineral, plant and animal kingdoms sacrificed themselves
    • as the ego has been formed through these other kingdoms, so must it
    • now itself develop the kingdoms of Wisdom, Beauty and Strength, in
    • kingdoms are the kingdoms of Science, Art and inner Strength, by which
    • domains the mediaeval esotericist saw the means for the further
    • over to blind chance, but according to these three aspects of Wisdom,
    • Beauty and Strength, the mineral, plant and animal kingdoms were to be
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    • of anything that might be called freedom, for man is actually the
    • of the word. So that he should become what he is, all the kingdoms of
    • kingdoms, which he once had within him, he gradually put out from
    • This happens very seldom, for people hang on to the old, to what has
    • — in the mineral, plant and animal kingdoms — is there as
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    • and awkward, whereas before in developing the vegetable kingdom he had
    • a bell which descended like a dome over the human being who went on
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    • however which he achieves in freedom from what is sensual, through
    • never intrudes into a person's freedom; he only relates facts.
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    • kingdom. A silent, unobtrusive, passionless stone possesses for
    • contemplation's as one can in this oldest kingdom.
    • its second principle. Wisdom, Beauty and Power or Strength are the
    • seldom, for the thoughts are generally clouded by instincts, desires
    • the ground; the Vedanta wisdom ascends in passionless purity and
    • Even though thoughts seldom show themselves as such pure thoughts they
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    • beginning of Karma. Wisdom, Beauty, Strength as reflection of Manas,
    • density, the other kingdoms arose: the animal, plant and mineral
    • kingdoms. Certain instincts and forces expelled in this way appeared
    • kingdoms of Nature, which then reflected themselves back into him.
    • Here we have come to a point where we continually create a new kingdom
    • that was in it. Now man created for himself a new kingdom of deeds, as
    • contains within itself Wisdom, Beauty and Strength; then Wisdom,
    • Beauty and Strength will be reflected into us. Wisdom is the
    • To begin with we develop around us a domain of Wisdom through
    • ourselves fostering Wisdom. Then we develop a domain of Beauty in all
    • regions. Then Wisdom becomes visible and reflects itself in us:
    • Buddhi. Finally we bestow on the whole physical existence, Wisdom
    • the three kingdoms within us: Manas, Buddhi, Atma.
    • but by embodying into the earth Wisdom, Beauty and Strength. Through
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    • develop freedom. The original Arhats could not go astray; they are
    • Moon Adepts, wanted to develop freedom and independence to an
    • to the Earth. Lucifer is the Prince who reigns in the kingdom of
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    • Vedas is a faint echo of that infinitely profound religious wisdom
    • plant kingdom stood between the present mineral and plant kingdoms,
    • kingdom first densified on the Earth to the present mineral kingdom.
    • the Moon there was a kingdom lying between the mineral and the plant.
    • A kingdom between the mineral and plant kingdoms
    • A kingdom between the plant and animal kingdoms
    • A kingdom between the animal and human kingdoms.
    • During the First Earth Round the human kingdom gradually separated
    • the animal kingdom separated itself off, during the Third the plant
    • kingdom, during the Fourth the mineral kingdom. Then man made a
    • mineral kingdom. A time will come when, as the product of his
    • kingdom, so that no particle will then remain whose nature has not
    • That is the redemption of a kingdom. In the Fourth Round man will have
    • redeemed the mineral kingdom, when he will have transformed it by his
    • work upon it. Then everything goes into Pralaya; no mineral kingdom
    • One is not working in vain when one gives form to the mineral kingdom.
    • and in the Seventh Round the human kingdom. Then man will be mature
    • the other kingdoms had to some extent to be pushed downwards and he
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    • Rounds or elemental kingdoms, Globes or conditions of form; in
    • Christian terminology: Power, Kingdom and Glory.
    • a Round is called Kingdom, Wisdom
    • a Kingdom. In the successive rounds man experiences seven Kingdoms:
    • First Elemental Kingdom
    • Second Elemental Kingdom
    • Third Elemental Kingdom
    • Mineral Kingdom
    • Plant Kingdom
    • Animal Kingdom
    • Human Kingdom
    • Kingdom, the Power and the Glory,’ a gazing upwards to Cosmic events.
    • the Power, the Kingdom and the Glory. When these words regain their
    • Kingdoms, through seven Rounds or Kingdoms, in each Round gaining in
    • Today it is the mineral kingdom that man knows best because he lives
    • in it. Everything that takes place in the higher kingdoms is not
    • If we consider in the mineral kingdom any kind of stone — what we
    • mineral kingdom as such we see absolutely nothing, but we see only the
    • ear. All that we perceive in the world as mineral kingdom is a whole
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    • also be called a Kingdom, and the Fourth Round on the Earth we call
    • the Mineral Kingdom. We are now on the Fourth Planet, in the Fourth
    • kingdom, in a great astral sea. This then densified ever more and more
    • Buddhi and Atma. He would have become very wise, but the wisdom would
    • have been a kind of dream wisdom.
    • with all wisdom, but at the same time formed into a living statue.
    • power who has enthusiasm for wisdom which is as intense as the sense
    • new question arose. Man had absorbed wisdom, but in the future it
    • would not be possible for wisdom alone to manifest in a form-creating
    • way. One would have been able to build up the mineral kingdom through
    • is mere wisdom; this must be overcome. True wisdom lies in the heart;
    • Mars-Wisdom (Kama-Manas).
    • create the new plant kingdom out of the Ego.
    • with the plant kingdom what is now taking place with the mineral
    • kingdom. The whole Earth will then be an immense, single living Being.
    • no longer be a plant kingdom; man will then allow living thoughts
    • kingdoms. If anyone has not progressed to the point that he can be
    • kingdom will then attain its zenith. This Round is the quickest. The
    • passing through a Kingdom represents a condition of life.
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    • are seven Kingdoms of Life and each Kingdom goes through seven
    • of Form or Globe, in the fourth Kingdom of Life, of the fourth Planet,
    • space, mainly from the mineral kingdom, and out of them construct
    • another. The First Logos also experiences both the inner wisdom and
    • repetition: Dominus vobiscum. The sound is regular, the air is brought
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    • creative wisdom. Now we have a wisdom based on observation. The
    • creative wisdom is that wisdom which once made man, building up one
    • describes. The creative wisdom is exactly the same as the wisdom which
    • primeval wisdom man was concerned with the plan of the world. Now you
    • inwardly in the creative wisdom and penetrate into everything with
    • mineral, plant and animal kingdoms: all this is also within him. What
    • wisdom was revealed to the ancient Indians by the Rishis. The second
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    • oxygen, breathing. Connection of freedom with birth, death and illness.
    • individual warmth. So the donors of knowledge and freedom are bound up
    • being of our plant kingdom did nitrogen become mingled with oxygen.
    • so on; but only in our present Earth-Cycle did the plant kingdom
    • breathing. They pushed the plant kingdom a stage lower, in order that
    • Just as man previously had the other kingdoms within himself, so today
    • forms, a race of the good and a kingdom of the evil side by side. At
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    • of knowledge and wisdom, but we must strictly bear in mind that our
    • an animal kingdom. With this is bound up the fact that the forces
    • into the kingdom of heaven.’ All these things have their significance.
    • three kingdoms. This is approximately the course which the Atlantean
    • kingdom, that remains over from the past.
    • from the plant kingdom. Wine then played a special role in the whole
    • one kills the animal. When we draw wine from the plant kingdom in a
    • from his own wisdom, from the God within him, so far does he also
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    • influences, the kingdoms of nature, various myths and symbols, human
    • wisdom arising from this primeval Indian vision the concept of time
    • wisdom brought down from the spiritual world makes its appearance in
    • the early European priest-teachers, for what dominated the peoples in
    • of the spiral there strikes the very newest, the wisdom pointing to
    • the future. This is related to the old wisdom as clear day
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Temperaments
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    • Moving on to the animal kingdom, we find an evolution of the species
    • every case, one of the four members achieves predominance over the
    • ego predominates, a choleric temperament results. Where the astral
    • body predominates, we find a sanguine temperament. Where the etheric
    • or life-body predominates, we speak of a phlegmatic temperament. And
    • where the physical body predominates, we have to deal with a
    • predominant system is that of the blood. The astral body expresses
    • glandular system; hence the phlegmatic is dominated physically by his
    • In the choleric, the ego and the blood system predominate. The
    • whenever the astral body predominates, as, for example, in the
    • them the astral body and nervous system predominate.
    • which regulates growth and metabolism, is predominant. The result is a
    • predominates seek to triumph over all obstacles, to make their
    • In the sanguine the nervous system and astral body predominate. The
    • By filling ourselves with practical wisdom such as this, we learn to
    • other thing is given. Through such true, living wisdom do we create
    • Giordano Bruno, 1548-1600. Italian philosopher, Dominican monk,
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Soul and the Animal Soul
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    • which kingdom they belong, then in all kingdoms I must presuppose the
    • directly at work. Thus in the animal kingdom, soul experience is in a
    • when man keeps them in captivity. But in the freedom of nature, when
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Spirit and the Animal Spirit
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    • individual movement and consciousness of self, and later into freedom
    • wonderful work — the lofty dome of St. Peter's in Rome.
  • Title: Lecture I: Human Questions and Cosmic Answers
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    • traced back to primeval wisdom. We know that in ancient times there
    • understood by man and lived in him as true knowledge and wisdom. In
    • of an answer. Should you throw out questions at random, in a haphazard
  • Title: Lecture II: Human Questions and Cosmic Answers
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    • dreamlike wisdom — was brought into being by the answers received
    • these domains of knowledge in the ancient sciences.
    • possible without knowledge of the universe, above all in the domain
  • Title: Lecture III: Human Questions and Cosmic Answers
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    • This too is wisdom: To know what questions can indeed be asked in
    • wisdom. Everything I said yesterday was a presentation of the subject
    • to act out of freedom must be, and is, acquired during earthly
  • Title: Lecture IV: Human Questions and Cosmic Answers
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    • animal and human kingdoms belong to it, just as muscles, blood and so
    • itself, of which the ancient dream-like wisdom was dimly aware. What
    • spiritual. The entire animal kingdom is at the same time intellect.
    • And this whole animal kingdom projected into man's inner life, so that
    • animal kingdom needs the lime-formation to build up its forms in the
    • once the primeval wisdom of mankind.
  • Title: Initiation/Passing Moment: Lecture II
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    • worlds. We have pointed out how the heritage of Atlantean wisdom, now
    • the old wisdom and remembers above all what has often been mentioned
    • perceive the predominance of one part of the contents of initiation
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    • conceptions in the animal kingdom, I might say more as a matter of
    • in the animal kingdom. A simple development of the interpretation of
    • man would be completely without freedom in super-sensible worlds
    • of freedom. But reciprocal action definitely takes place between what
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    • confronted with beings, and besides the beings of the other kingdoms
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    • make it part of the eternal kingdom. This is the duty laid upon us
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    • wisdom cannot be too careful when revealing to the world anything that
    • wisdom, but that great initiates have come to their greatest impulses,
    • literary works by the grace of the Masters of Wisdom and of the
  • Title: Inner Nature of Man: Lecture 1: The Four Spheres of the Inner Life
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    • mineral, vegetable and animal kingdoms, we see mountains, rivers,
  • Title: Inner Nature of Man: Lecture 2: The Vision of the Ideal Human Being
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    • over his development. Spiritual wisdom in our unconscious existence,
    • unconsciously. All this is the outcome of a much greater wisdom than
    • bound to the senses. Between birth and death a wisdom rules within us
    • our brain. This wisdom is in the background; it is hidden from us
  • Title: Inner Nature of Man: Lecture 4: Wisdom in the Spiritual World
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    • Lecture 4: Wisdom in the Spiritual World
    • up its wisdom to us unless we try to acquire it. In the spirit-world,
    • wisdom pours into us without effort. But we have to deplete ourselves
    • of it in order that the wisdom transformed may become the life forces
    • us on the physical plane, so does wisdom surround us in the
    • wisdom depends on the development of Will and Feeling, bringing
    • reality out of wisdom as something creative. The form of nature
    • something out of the cosmic wisdom that surrounds us. This can only
    • wisdom and its laws; we have to acquire this knowledge. Indeed, all
    • passive experience, the wisdom and the law that Nature contains.
    • times. The astonishing thing is that man has no lack of wisdom in the
    • simply through his entrance into the spiritual world wisdom streams
    • towards him in its reality. Wisdom that we acquire with trouble in
    • say that the less wisdom we have acquired on the physical plane, the
    • more abundantly does this wisdom stream towards us on the spiritual
    • plane. But, we have a special task, with respect to this wisdom on
    • that we continually diminish this wisdom, continually take something
    • away from the wisdom which for ever streams towards us and which
    • the power to deplete more and more the wisdom which there comes
    • and our feeling that we diminish and darken the surrounding wisdom.
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  • Title: Inner Nature of Man: Lecture 5: Between Death and the 'Cosmic Midnight Hour'
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    • mineral, vegetable and animal kingdoms, to see the mountains, rivers,
    • what we might call ‘radiating cosmic wisdom.’
    • This radiating cosmic wisdom is
    • into space the plenitude of wisdom, which in inward motion first
    • body. That which streams to thee as wisdom is the activity, the
    • the universal cosmos of wisdom.
  • Title: Inner Nature of Man: Lecture 6: Pleasures and Sufferings in the Life Beyond
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    • life. But we seldom wait for this. Usually we incarnate too soon. At
    • from their wisdom. One of the consequences often springing from this
    • continuous stream of evolution is based upon the wisdom of the
  • Title: Inner Aspect of the Social Question: Lecture I
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    • kingdoms of Nature — if we contemplate all this in the light of
    • kingdoms of Nature to work on our minds. Then we can say: “The
    • brought by old age. Nowadays people very seldom think in that way
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    • realm of domestic economy, where commodities circulate — that
    • freedom, in the individual initiative of the single human being, and
    • freedom from prejudice in my thinking is something I have to achieve
  • Title: First Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • this domain.
    • is to some extent, this kind of scientific outlook was predominant in
    • Science, though Mathematics be ever so idolized even for this domain
    • Precisely this has grown habitual, nay dominant, in Science. Indeed
    • forces, dominating the phenomena, proceed. We therefore call such
    • forces, dominating a given field of phenomena, proceed. Nor need the
  • Title: Second Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • whatever goes beyond the phoronomical domain must always be beyond
    • — you will not even reach the mechanical domain.
    • the phoronomical domain, we are amid the beloved abstractions of our
    • really there between the phoronomical and the material domains.
    • darkening — the light predominates. The consequences of this
  • Title: Third Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • thinking in this domain. To illustrate the point more vividly, we
    • structure and arrangement of the eye is full of wisdom
    • wisdom, if I may so put it, from the side of Nature — this you
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    • been so especially since Newton's influence came to be dominant, as
  • Title: Seventh Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • their own domain. Very obediently the psychologists restrict their
  • Title: Eighth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • domain. They also became attentive to the so-called phenomena of
    • investigated in a very wide domain. The last phenomenon of this
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    • electricity”, thus opening up to modern Physics a domain
    • revolution has here been going on, far greater in its domain than
    • in what may be described as the electrical domain. Moreover, all of
  • Title: Tenth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • what meets us outwardly in this domain that is somehow separated
    • domain, my dear Friends. In the first place there is no wave or
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 1: The World Behind the Tapestry of Sense-perceptions. Ecstasy and Mystical Experience.
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    • what is spread around him in a vast domain of space in which he
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 2: Sleeping and Waking Life in Relation to the Planets
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    • people, however, the first influence predominates; most of their sleep
    • far the greater number of people these two states are so predominant
    • three domains, the first being mainly subject to the first influence,
    • other two influences predominate, is called the Consciousness or
    • different domain but which for certain reasons can be studied in
    • between Mars and the Sun. This will very seldom be the case but we
    • penetrates comparatively seldom into our lives, namely, the
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 3: The Inner Path Followed by the Mystic. Experience of the Cycle of the Year.
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    • to behold the wisdom by which this structure was produced and were
    • capable of understanding what the wisdom of the universe has built
    • plant a kingdom lower than itself but without which it cannot exist.
    • The plant can bow to the mineral kingdom, saying: I owe my existence
    • to this lower kingdom out of which I have grown. The animal too owes
    • its existence to the plant kingdom and if it were conscious of its
    • the lower kingdom. And man, having reached a certain height, should
    • downwards with thankfulness to the kingdoms below him. The soul is
    • there converge and are so full of wisdom, are arrayed before us in the
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 5: The Egyptian Mysteries of Osiris and Isis
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    • wishes to tread his path of knowledge in the fullest possible freedom.
    • the Osiris and Isis Mysteries to submit to this domination which would
    • When we look out into the world today, three kingdoms of Nature
    • confront us: the animal, plant and mineral kingdoms. We also have
    • these three kingdoms within us. We have within us the animal kingdom
    • plant kingdom because we possess an etheric or life-body, of which
    • something similar may be said; we have the mineral kingdom within us
    • reached the point of its development when the mineral kingdom in its
    • You may say: Yes, but was this mineral kingdom not in existence
    • earlier than the plant and animal kingdoms? Anyone who thinks
    • conditions different from those of today the plant kingdom could exist
    • before there was a mineral kingdom. The mineral kingdom was a later
    • formation. Under different conditions the plant kingdom was already in
    • existence before there was any mineral kingdom. The mineral kingdom
    • was a product of hardening — hardening of the plant kingdom. And
    • at the time of the formation of the mineral kingdom on our Earth, man
    • had his first earthly incarnation. The mineral kingdom has evolved
    • mineral kingdom into himself. Before then his bodily make-up was of a
    • evolution the Earth progressed to the point where the mineral kingdom
    • was formed and at the same time man took the mineral kingdom into
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  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 6: Experiences of Initiation in the Northern Mysteries
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    • these lower creatures of the mineral, plant and animal kingdoms of
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 7: The Four Spheres of the Higher Worlds
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    • over and over again that nobody who has had experience in this domain
    • experience, let us say as a Spirit of Wisdom, does not always remain
    • Will or of Spirits of Wisdom, it is rather as if here on Earth we were
    • Wisdom, at another time a Spirit of Will, and so on, because the
    • in the kingdoms surrounding him here on the physical plane. Here he
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 9: Organs of Spiritual Perception. Contemplation of the Ego from Twelve Vantage-points. The Thinking of the Heart.
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    • dominated by the same attitude of mind that adopts a critical attitude
    • medicine, or anything else; its use in those domains is apparent
    • justification, but in a certain domain only. Spiritual thinking must
    • domain he is making the same mistake as the man who believes in the
  • 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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    • a result of all conditions in the human kingdom being changed. During
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 11: Man and Planetary Evolution
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    • grappled with in this domain, it is often necessary to tread a long
    • dies. It is the mineral kingdom that follows physical and chemical
    • laws alone. Primarily, the laws of the mineral kingdom are ascribed to
    • is today cannot exist without the environment of a plant-kingdom
    • very wide domains. The spiritual investigator, however, does not need
    • themselves who in their wisdom modified the breathing process in order
    • caution must be used in this domain. At the present time, when there
    • look up, because they send down their wisdom from the heights of the
    • been. In spreading such knowledge we not only spread wisdom of the
  • Title: Man/Being/Spirit/Soul: Lecture I: Man as a Being of Spirit and Soul
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    • human freedom and all that is connected with it, that are
    • of the human soul, of the freedom of human action and the
    • When we observe the sense world we find a kingdom below man,
    • the animal kingdom. In the soul-spirit world we find first of
    • one, just as the animal kingdom ranks above the plant kingdom,
    • transformation of spirit, just as the physical kingdoms are
  • Title: Man/Being/Spirit/Soul: Lecture II: The Psychological Expression of the Unconscious
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    • kingdoms.
    • unconscious is a predominance of the animal functions over the
    • wisdom and habits in life, this is
  • Title: Man/Being/Spirit/Soul: Lecture III: The Science of the Spirit and Modern Questions
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    • remains, albeit decadent remains, of an ancient wisdom of
    • want to bring ancient wisdom to life again and want to further
    • in the West what is left of this ancient wisdom in the East
    • today with the same treasure of wisdom with which our
    • wisdom, which are also called mysteries, did not allow anyone
    • wisdom. It was said: In his normal consciousness man is not
    • student of the schools of wisdom to cross the abyss into the
    • everything that belongs to the kingdoms of nature arise like a
    • at the same time the power of human freedom. That is why I
    • of freedom which would enable a new form of social life to
  • Title: Lecture: Occult Science and Occult Development
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    • domain of Spiritual Science to quicken within him so that it can be
    • for instance, of the saying: Wisdom lives in the Light. This idea
    • ‘Wisdom radiates in the Light’, and we feel inspired through
    • the radiation of wisdom, if we feel uplifted, if we feel inwardly aglow,
    • Wisdom of the World radiates in the Light’, we may now really feel
  • Title: Lecture: Christ at the Time of the Mystery of Golgotha and Christ in the Twentieth Century
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    • difference in all the teachings and all the wisdom that have streamed
    • is what we call wisdom and some may call folly. To stand firm we need
    • to man, is wisdom in the eyes of God.
    • senses for knowledge, to us may be wisdom, light, and clearer
  • Title: Origins of Natural Science: Lecture I
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    • what surrounds us in the kingdom of nature. But these concepts grow
    • search for the “I,” although all the kingdoms of nature
    • development toward the realm of freedom, men had lost the ability to
    • through the kingdoms of the outer world, then I discover the spirit
  • Title: Origins of Natural Science: Lecture II
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    • wisdom's loss of all persuasive power he had to produce out of
    • their pupils concerning spiritual wisdom, truths concerning the
    • wisdom that this man received from his teachers was already more or
    • This ancient wisdom contained no contradiction between body and soul
    • Prior to Roman and Greek times, this wisdom born of direct perception
    • his wisdom, but he realized that the teachers in his mystery school
    • of the ancient wisdom were preserved everywhere. The pupils learned
    • wisdom taught him. The spirit-saturated soul had one drawn the
    • ancient wisdom from the universe. This had not turned silent, but
  • Title: Origins of Natural Science: Lecture IV
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    • to dominate the so-called phenomena of nature, arose in this form
    • life, it actually happens seldom that a person fully penetrates
  • Title: Origins of Natural Science: Lecture VI
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    • science had produced in its various domains. He studied it, he let it
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    • that in all domains of science something is missing that is also
    • nowhere in the domain of human observation. A moving object is always
  • Title: Origins of Natural Science: Lecture VIII
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    • tried to show how various domains of scientific thought originated in
    • the primeval wisdom that he had gleaned from his still more awkward
    • opinions about man. The development towards freedom, for example,
    • the time to develop something like the feeling of freedom, he worked
    • it. Man attains his consciousness of freedom only because he is no
    • that weighed him down. The experience of freedom came about when man
    • conception of the world and to the consciousness of freedom. We
    • consciousness of freedom that is arising during the same period,
    • of freedom in a theoretical way for the first time.
  • Title: Origins of Natural Science: Lecture IX
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    • Philosophy of Freedom,
    • semblance, inherent in pure thinking, becomes the impulse of freedom
    • particularly in the domain of science. Natural science has grown
    • that can lead us to the much-needed progress in the several domains
    • by human effort, and hence, one couldn't arrive at freedom.
    • Philosophy of Freedom.
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    • influence was dominant, and assume that the corresponding words have
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    • over into the fluid state. From its own kingdom, the solid body enters
    • the terrestrial kingdom as a whole when we reach the melting point. It
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture IX
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    • ancient wisdom, the snake that swallows its own tail. The ancient
    • wisdom represented these things symbolically and we have to draw
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture I: The Three Steps of Anthroposophy
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    • And more: Philosophy, and in its very name, love of wisdom shows that
    • time when wisdom was considered something real, which is not the case
    • can end with death. There was something in the older human wisdom for
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture II: Exercises of Thought, Feeling and Volition
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    • nature-knowledge and his own moral freedom.
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture III: Methods of Imaginative, Inspired and Intuitive Knowledge or Cognition
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    • outer world, e.g., ‘In Light lives streaming Wisdom’. It
    • with complete freedom of choice alternate between an existence in the
    • subject-matter of Philosophy. It is wisdom, not in the abstract form
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture X: On Experiencing the Will-Part of the Soul
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    • real domain of the spirit.) From the point of view of the supernatural
    • freedom brought about in earthly life by the ego-consciousness. Man
    • designer of his fate which he can thus experience in freedom in his
    • new existence on earth. He also carries within him in freedom the
    • freedom.
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture I: Rosicrucian Esotericism
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    • why this universal wisdom was communicated in secret schools and centers
    • this wisdom. Hence it has become necessary for what was formerly kept
    • Guardians of the primeval wisdom were obliged to realize that in the
    • to make actual preparation for the influx of this wisdom into humanity
    • we have received a treasure-store of knowledge and wisdom of the
    • learnt and discerned the secrets of the primeval wisdom.”
    • promulgating the primeval wisdom was to continue, but preparation was to
    • for the primeval wisdom will come to us and we could communicate it to them
    • primeval wisdom in new forms. The work of the Rosicrucians was to give
    • expression to the primeval wisdom in a form enabling it to be acceptable
    • it takes, its wisdom is adapted exactly to what human beings desire
    • the wisdom guarded in the secret schools.
    • play compared with the wisdom of the ancient Chaldeans. To the modern
    • Babylonian wisdom, stand before these objects like three-year-old children
    • is not the essential. Whether the Assyrian wisdom or our own is the higher
    • It is the Rosicrucian wisdom that gives this knowledge to modern man
    • it will become clear. As a matter of fact, Rosicrucian wisdom has been
    • be able to let their wisdom flow gradually into the world.
    • outer observation. But spiritual wisdom, by its very nature, penetrates
    • that is only one domain.
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  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture II: Soul in the World around Us
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    • any domain of the spiritual world without a link having first been made
    • a true brotherhood of men. From epoch to epoch wisdom has passed through
    • of how the spiritual becomes manifest in each domain. Today one can
    • The first kingdom to be
    • observed among the physical kingdoms around us, is that of the minerals,
    • the world of stones. The kingdom of the minerals is distinguished from
    • the human kingdom, for example, by the fact that a man knows that if
    • being felt in the souls of the beings who belong to the mineral kingdom.
    • belonging basically to the mineral kingdom.
    • beings belonging to the mineral kingdom inhabit a spiritual realm, the
    • transition to the animal kingdom. The form alone is passed on through the
    • and suffering mean in the plant kingdom, we must turn to the study of
    • the kingdoms of nature ascends, the nearer we come to beings whose center
    • kingdoms. Firstly, the realm of the visible forms of minerals, plants
    • is astir in the whole astrality of our earth. The mineral kingdom is
    • the three kingdoms of the world surrounding us and their connection
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture III: The Nature and Being of Man
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    • the first kingdom that surrounds us, that of the minerals. What immediately
    • bodies in common with the mineral, plant and animal kingdoms of nature.
    • But the ego bearer distinguishes him from these kingdoms and he becomes
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture IV: Man Between Death and Rebirth
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    • are looking, which, let us say, depicts martyrdom. We do not feel the
    • ye become as little children ye cannot enter into the Kingdom of
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture V: The Physical World as an Expression of Spiritual Forces and Beings
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    • Theosophy should teach us that wisdom must pass into deed, into social deed
    • greater it is, the less it remains abstract wisdom and the more forcibly it
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture VI: The Configuration and Metamorphoses of Man's Physical Body
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    • of the physical body. Wisdom itself is articulate in them. How does
    • kingdom. Under the conditions prevailing today, man needs the three
    • kingdoms for his organic structure; in that period of ancient Saturn
    • of beings belonging to the mineral, plant, animal and human kingdoms.
    • These beings are the Spirits of Wisdom, Dominions or Kyriotetes. The
    • created the foundation, the Spirits of Wisdom could not have begun their
    • Sun, therefore, there were two kingdoms: a human kingdom and the kingdom
    • They constitute our present animal kingdom. On Old Sun there were thus
    • two preliminary kingdoms, a human kingdom and an animal kingdom. The
    • Spirits of Will on Saturn and the Spirits of Wisdom on the Sun had done,
    • had physical and etheric bodies only. This was a kingdom below that
    • of man, a kingdom that continued on the earth as the animal kingdom;
    • body were the precursors of the present plant kingdom, Thus, on Old
    • Moon there was a human kingdom, an animal kingdom and a plant kingdom,
    • on Saturn there was a human kingdom only, and on Old Sun a human kingdom
    • and and animal kingdom. The mineral kingdom is the last of the kingdoms
    • the human kingdom, is the oldest kingdom in the evolutionary process;
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture VII: Evolutionary Stages of our Earth before the Lemurian Epoch
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    • kingdom that came into existence on Old Moon now received the forces
    • of the Sun from outside. After the separation, the three kingdoms on
    • Old Moon came into existence. As yet there was no mineral kingdom but
    • what took shape, after the hardening process, as the lowest kingdom
    • was a kind of mineral-plant kingdom — mineral substance that was
    • on which human beings walked. This was the character of the lowest kingdom
    • on Old Moon, a kingdom that was at the same time half-living. The ground
    • half-living substance in which the beings of the next kingdom, half
    • animal-plant kingdom, which could not exist as such on the earth today.
    • kingdom on Old Moon, between the animal and human kingdoms; it was the
    • animal-human kingdom. The forms of those animal-men were quite different
    • kingdoms on Old Moon; fourthly, return into the Sun; fifthly, ebb; sixthly,
    • special arenas for their activity and these were the domains suitable
    • was the Dominions or Spirits of Wisdom who provided the substance for the
    • a certain amount of wisdom from the last third of the nineteenth century
    • onwards. The living influx of this wisdom from higher realms into our
    • imagine that there was no possibility of the attempted influx of wisdom
    • human beings would be ready to receive the wisdom. In occultism this
    • is known as the test of maturity in men. The fact that wisdom pours
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture VIII: Stages in the Evolution of our Earth. Lemurian, Atlantean, Post-Atlantean Epochs.
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    • metallic masses, that the first foundation of the mineral kingdom was
    • these masses there emerged what we may call a plant kingdom and only
    • later on the animal kingdom. It would lead too far if I were to attempt
    • but also to have freedom. Thus, initiative, enthusiasm and freedom for
    • man was able to control and master the life force in the plant kingdom.
    • Atlantean Oracles — where what is called the Atlantean wisdom was
    • the great Masters of Wisdom who are allowing certain spiritual treasures
    • of wisdom to flow into humanity. Those possessed of certain qualities
    • This wisdom is not imparted
    • what they had to say about the primeval wisdom, about the Mysteries,
    • in the heavens, the deeds and the wisdom of the gods were revealed to
    • wisdom of the Chaldean priesthood is a memorial of these strivings.
    • of the gods in space and reveres the stellar wisdom as the expression.
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    • the kingdom of brotherliness and love on the earth. That is the mission
    • as the expression of human freedom and independence. In ancient times
    • of blood, which take no account of freedom. The Christ principle unites
    • Tibet to the pupil of the wisdom of the Buddha, and has been preserved
    • understanding of wisdom was to be found. When he felt his end approaching
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture X: On Karma, Reincarnation and Initiation
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    • then current was an extract of the wisdom contained in the Mysteries.
    • The source of this wisdom was inner experience in the soul, experience
    • tradition, they still knew of the existence of the old Mystery wisdom
    • Seership was still the source of the wisdom of Pythagoras and Plato;
    • of pure thought. Aristotelianism dominated thought throughout the Middle
    • One initiation is that of wisdom; it is the fitting goal for Indian and
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    • human wisdom — could appear at any particular time. This in
    • primeval wisdom, which man has ever sought and endeavoured to acquire
    • even in the most primeval times, that wisdom by which man sought to
    • wisdom-teaching inscribed in the Greek Temples; “Know thyself!”
    • the Wise One, to whose wisdom we turn back again after long years,
    • own small stock of wisdom, by turning back to Goethe again and again,
    • matter how polished a man may be, no matter how much wisdom he may
    • Theosophist and a mystic. Goethe was acquainted with that wisdom and
    • learn to live them. It was not then a question of thinking wisdom,
    • but of living it; not merely a question of permeating wisdom with the
    • ascend to the Kingdom of “Divine Purposes.” “To die
    • what we call the Highest freedom. When a man follows the primal and
    • primal and eternal evolution of his freedom, he will then find
    • misuse his freedom, and will never create a disturbance in the circle
    • of freedom, — this state of soul, which was communicated to the
    • domain of human development takes place in freedom, devotion and
    • freedom.
    • Goethe has described that Love as the highest state of Freedom, as
    • Spirit, cannot enter into the Kingdom of Heaven.” Goethe
    • bear such gold; which signifies that man can purchase wisdom with the
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  • Title: The Story of the Green Serpent and the Beautiful Lily: Lecture II
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    • works. Only a man filled with the wisdom of Anthroposophy can read
    • find represented the three kingdoms in which man lives, the physical,
    • Kingdom of the Gods. Man is ceaselessly striving to reach this
    • kingdom. The Alchemists took the chemical processes as the striving
    • after this Spiritual kingdom. They called it “the Lily”,
    • Lion” who fights for the kingdom, and the Lily is the bride of
    • man) In the Fairy Tale Goethe also represents the three kingdoms. The
    • kingdom of the senses — as the one shore; the kingdom of the
    • man to the three kingdoms is symbolised in this beautiful story. We
    • came across from the kingdom of the Spirit and are striving, to get
    • of the Wisps brought across by the Ferryman from the kingdom of the
    • always signifies wisdom. The Will of the Wisps are those who seek
    • after wisdom, yet do not mingle it with their nature, but give it
    • human instincts, desires and passions. When wisdom is introduced into
    • (purification) before he can take in wisdom. For if wisdom is brought
    • Ahamkara, the slaves of the lower Ego. This wisdom cannot endure. The
    • is Manas, the Wisdom that radiates out into the world and can take in
    • the radiating Wisdom. When man has acquired Wisdom in a selfless way,
    • itself above the river. That is the kingdom of the future, towards
    • to the apex of wisdom, namely to the forces of piety of mind and of
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  • Title: Signs and Symbols: Lecture 1: The Birth of the Light
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    • the Christmas festival, one must recognize the ancient wisdom hidden
    • and the time when the Egyptian priests preserved a lofty wisdom that
    • point in time when mankind, newly risen, was taught a new wisdom. At
    • order, of world wisdom.
    • Wisdom reveal themselves through the light, which in ancient religions
    • was conceived of as the garment of cosmic wisdom. It was at first
    • celebrated as the unity, the primeval wisdom, then as the duality of
    • winter solstice. Wisdom and light first appeared to men externally,
    • All the great teachers of wisdom — the Egyptian Hermes, the ancient
    • concerned with a great teacher of wisdom — teachers of wisdom were
    • is firmly based in primeval wisdom. They have not been arbitrarily
    • established but have been created out of the deepest wisdom of the
    • full comprehension, finds in them the signs of ancient wisdom, of
    • the world, in a wisdom which, besides much else, streams from
    • our souls the following as true Christmas wisdom.
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    • with knowledge. This is the mood of a time when wisdom was in league
    • reached the level of development of the animals. The highest kingdom
    • ancient wisdom taught — when the earth was united with the sun and
    • rhythm and infinite wisdom of nature flowing through them. Then
    • will-o'-the-wisps in comparison. Imagine the wisdom with which the
    • permeated as it is by rhythm and wisdom.
    • earth's treasures of wisdom, awaits inside the earth the great moment
    • today, then the ideal of mankind, which radiates from the wisdom of
    • race, then the ideal of the ancient teachers of wisdom, of
    • Today we cannot deal with the wisdom of the teaching of Christianity
  • Title: Signs and Symbols: Lecture 3: Signs and Symbols of the Christmas Festival
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    • propagation, etc., ceases with man. He is to stand in freedom, and the
    • of the wisdom-filled outer man; myrrh, the symbol of life's victory
    • able to read it. This wisdom of numbers and pictures has been taught
  • Title: Lecture 1: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • to allude to a domain, the reality of which is denied by the external
    • forms, sounds, and kingdoms — in the mineral, the plant, the
    • animal and the human kingdoms, in so far as they meet us physically.
    • which live and work behind the mineral kingdom, the plant kingdom, and
    • the animal kingdom. The etheric world gradually appears before us,
    • first of all, of what we find in the various kingdoms of nature. This
    • different realms and kingdoms.
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    • in the kingdoms of nature; the ripening process comes about because
    • protectors of all the germs, of all the seeds in our kingdoms of
    • world, for the earth as a whole with its various kingdoms of nature,
    • kingdoms of nature. Now can we also speak of a sort of astral body of
    • its kingdoms, corresponds to the astral body of the human being? It is
  • Title: Lecture 3: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • special kingdom not immediately visible to the physical sight of other
    • instance, he loses himself in the various kingdoms of nature. But when
    • external world. These beings must live in a kingdom of absolute truth
    • descend from the environment of man into the kingdoms of nature; and
    • beings are sent down into the kingdoms of the elements, into air,
  • Title: Lecture 4: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • the different kingdoms of nature in the heavenly bodies, we must first
    • perception of this feeling of freedom. We must gradually learn what it
    • kingdom. But this immersing oneself into living things is connected
    • Hierarchy, whom we call the Spirits of Wisdom. This name is
    • that which is filled with wisdom, springing forth externally,
    • nature. Flowing Wisdom passes full of life through all beings, through
    • all the realms of nature; and not merely a general flowing wisdom, for
    • this flowing wisdom is differentiated into a profusion of spiritual
    • beings, into the profusion of the Spirits of, Wisdom. When occult
    • kingdoms of nature, just as the nature-spirits by the Third Hierarchy
    • miniature in the Kingdom of Nature. — Now the spiritual beings
    • sink down into the kingdoms of nature, are those designated in
    • second stage finds in the beings of the plant and animal kingdoms,
    • to all the beings of the plant and animal kingdoms and to the human
    • kingdom, that in these elements, in solid, fluidic, and gaseous
    • earth, water, and air, to that which lives in the nature kingdoms by
    • animate and interpenetrate the beings of these nature-kingdoms, and
    • exist in the various kingdoms of Nature. Still more difficult is the
    • are their offspring in the kingdoms of nature. We shall speak further
  • Title: Lecture 5: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • clairvoyance plunges down into some being of the kingdom of nature; he
    • gaining of wisdom — who after many applied years of rich
    • experience have gathered so much wisdom that we say to ourselves:
    • impersonal.” They make upon us the impression that their wisdom
    • in the way described, have built up an overwhelming power of wisdom in
    • their souls. When we realise this wisdom of theirs, we feel somewhat
    • Cherubim. Wisdom, not acquired in decades, as is the wisdom of eminent
    • men, but such wisdom as is gathered in thousands, nay, in millions of
    • overwhelming wisdom, and we will imagine that such a wise man speaks
    • from his most impersonal life wisdom, that out of this most impersonal
    • wisdom his whole being is permeated as if with inner fire, so that he
    • need say nothing, but just appear before us. The wisdom of those
    • decades, that life-long wisdom, will be apparent in his countenance,
    • split off from themselves, which they send down into the kingdoms of
    • Time, the spirits governing and directing what goes on in the kingdoms
    • too which takes place in the kingdom of nature rhythmically and in
    • following lectures, the whole life and being of the Kingdoms of Nature
    • described are connected with the kingdoms of nature and with the
    • beings have a Spirit of Wisdom. Instead of the sentient-soul which we
    • belonging to it, are what we know as the Spirits of Motion, Wisdom,
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    • astral body, we have to allot to the Spirits of Wisdom. That impulse
    • independence and freedom. At a certain time a number of beings of the
    • Form stand the Spirits of Motion, above these the Spirits of Wisdom,
    • own beings, belonging to the kingdoms of nature on the planet in
    • hierarchies, which in their totality, form the kingdom of Ahriman. We
    • shall, however, see that we must separate the kingdom of Ahriman from
    • kingdom of Ahriman embedded within it. Zarathustra said: What proceeds
    • represented as a kingdom of Angramanyu, or Ahriman. Thus we see how
  • Title: Lecture 7: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • Form, Spirits of Motion, Spirits of Wisdom; and above these again the
    • Wisdom. This only refers to the inner part of the planet, the inner
    • Wisdom were active, the planet would be still. The fact that it moves,
    • Spirits of Wisdom
    • Spirits of Wisdom; — thus far the results for occult vision are
    • Thrones, and Spirits of Wisdom work upon Mars? The answer is: They
    • the Seraphim down to the Spirits of Wisdom, alone have a certain power
    • the Seraphim, Cherubim. Thrones, and Spirits of Wisdom; while the
    • influence on its development. Down to the Spirits of Wisdom we have to
    • as regards its evolution, which can be compared to our animal kingdom.
    • of the planets of a system. Thus as the animal kingdom lives on earth
    • the impression of all the forms working in the animal kingdom
    • Spirits of Wisdom or the Thrones. We find in the comets nothing which
    • of life; whose wisdom, as an extract of all this experience, makes an
    • wisdom derived from human experience, is so impressive that, developed
    • unspoken wisdom and strength of such a man, whereby what he has gained
    • beings of the higher hierarchies down to the Spirits of Wisdom; the
  • Title: Lecture 8: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • animal and plant kingdoms would certainly have to be quite different
    • kingdoms of nature and observe our earth clairvoyantly, we see that
    • the kingdom of King Etzel she demanded it again of Hagen he did not
    • the heavenly bodies are, as it were, built up from the kingdoms of
    • vision when we allow the separate kingdoms of nature to work upon us.
    • Let us proceed to the consideration of the kingdoms of nature,
    • very characteristic with regard to the plant-kingdom: we find that
    • the mineral kingdom is also connected with something in which feeling
    • kingdom belong to the planet, that they had to be compactly welded
    • pain upon pain. In the mineral kingdom the beings, the creation,
    • The sighing and groaning of the mineral kingdom has to be, because the
    • kingdom as its astral body, and which we find in the Devachanic world.
    • The actual ego, the real group-ego of the mineral kingdom is to be
    • world. Here only do we find the group-egos of the mineral kingdom. You
    • We have now spoken of the different beings of the various kingdoms of
    • us a foundation for seeking the relations of these various kingdoms of
  • Title: Lecture 9: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • forces which work in the beings of the kingdoms of nature on earth and
    • kingdoms of nature. We stated that man has the four principles of his
    • exists in the animal kingdom, that what man has in his soul-forces may
    • kingdom.” The point of view here involved is quite erroneous. No
    • kingdom. We need only consider such facts as that man, comparatively
    • human intellect as such accomplishes, that the animal kingdom already
    • is quite different. If we direct our gaze to the animal kingdom, we
    • differentiation in the animal kingdom; quite different from that in
    • the animal kingdom, the different species, which we find
    • actually divide the whole animal kingdom into six or seven principal
    • kingdom we now have, we should only have seven principal forms. Once
    • original groups of the animal kingdom; so that the whole multiplicity
    • aspect, let us pass to the plant-kingdom. In that kingdom we see that
    • the offspring of the Spirits of Wisdom, just as the group-egos of the
    • Spirits of Wisdom.
    • two spiritual activities of the offspring of the Spirits of Wisdom and
    • the plant kingdom we have had an opportunity of becoming acquainted
    • with the offspring of the Spirits of Wisdom. Further, as you may read
    • that these offspring of the Spirits of Wisdom have been formed since
    • the time when these Spirits of Wisdom themselves gave the etheric body
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  • Title: Lecture 10: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • kingdoms of nature, there still remains the mineral kingdom to be
    • considered. We call to mind that we described the mineral kingdom by
    • kingdom on the higher Devachanic plane. Thus the mineral kingdom
    • the first place, seek only that part of the mineral kingdom on the
    • shapes of the mineral kingdom, are perceptible. We know — this can only
    • chosen for the reason that in the kingdom which we on earth describe
    • as the mineral kingdom, the Spirits of Form display their activity;
    • To be sure, certain forces are evident in the mineral kingdom — such as
    • only the form of the mineral kingdom is to be observed on the physical
    • mineral kingdom, and let us be quite clear that this pure form
    • the second principle of a being of the mineral kingdom. The occult
    • that which lies behind the mineral kingdom as its etheric body. Now we
    • Now if we wish to consider what belongs to the mineral kingdom as
    • regard to the mineral kingdom, if we pass from the etheric body to the
    • from the beings we call the Spirits of Wisdom, or from that which is
    • Wisdom come into consideration. What thus works in the mineral is seen
    • the forces belonging to the sphere of the Spirits of Wisdom. But now
    • Wisdom: whilst the Spirits of Motion work etherically.
    • Now there are Spirits of Wisdom active on the sun who have gone
    • of Wisdom have become Luciferic. We have designated this
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    • last two lectures on “The Bible and Wisdom,” you will have felt how
    • If he makes images out of the mineral kingdom, they can only represent
    • from the plant kingdom, they can represent only the divinities that
    • image from the mineral, plant or animal kingdom, were it ever so
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    • for the Kingdom of Heaven is at hand.” These are words of the deepest
    • Man could see not only the mineral, plant and animal kingdoms, as well
    • himself as a member of the lowest kingdom in the hierarchical order,
    • kingdoms. Not only did he possess a knowledge of what streamed toward
    • Oriental wisdom refers to the ages in which man still had a direct
    • Baptist. He announced that the times had changed, that “the Kingdom of
    • your soul, for the Kingdoms of Heaven are near. The disposition of
    • in the spirit. Now, however, those who sought the Kingdom of Heaven
    • receive new life through the nearness of the Kingdom of Heaven. These
    • wisdom.
    • right way, they will find the Kingdom of Heaven.”
    • in themselves with the Kingdom of Heaven, with life spirit or buddhi.”
    • Thus, in the Sermon on the Mount the great message that the Kingdom of
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    • differentiation of men into races, and the possibility of freedom.
    • of freedom. All illness, frailty, infirmity, and death are reminders
    • evolution if, in addition to having the Luciferic freedom, he were
    • gifts of Lucifer, but gifts of the good, wisdom-filled divine powers,
    • connections between man and the next lower kingdom, the animal
    • kingdom. We know that in the course of evolution man has always
    • animal kingdom and how many animals he has killed. What do these pains
    • change comes into this wisdom-filled world-plan, if man intervenes and
    • wisdom, and this is the real origin of the faith that to men, as men,
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    • in nature, of a Dominican monk. This monk of the monastery from
    • belief that was absolutely democratic: domination of the gods
    • considering allowing such a quarrelsome Dominican to preach as
    • and announced that the Dominicans were capable of regarding
    • is a Christendom. Its actual form is in fact unknown to people.
    • the Dominicans domain now opposed that of the Augustinians.
    • Thus Savonarola lived while at the same time another Dominican
  • Title: Lecture: Waking of the Human Soul and the Forming of Destiny: Lecture I
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    • Philosophy of Freedom
    • freedom comes about through the fact that man is born with his destiny
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    • freedom. The true feeling of freedom developed for the first time in
    • dominant in human consciousness that man believed he creates his
    • this way achieved freedom, but very much, nevertheless, has been lost.
    • time still in existence, not possessed of such wisdom as were the
    • residue of the ancient mystery wisdom, — if mention was made by
    • wisdom could he be guided to the Christ. This was experienced in the
    • own freedom, the understanding of Christ Jesus, which had existed
    • arise for humanity to ascend to freedom. As thinking now became more
    • consciousness of freedom. This had in a certain sense been developed.
    • spoken by Christ that the Kingdom of God had come down to the earth,
    • in supposing that any kind of external spiritual kingdom was to be set
    • up? An external spiritual kingdom would be, of course, physical. This
    • arrive in which the human being must bring about a kingdom by means of
    • Mystery of Golgotha. This kingdom came about also in an external way,
    • present time. At the present time we must feel that the Kingdom of
    • earth, and the fulfilment of this Kingdom of Heaven must be earnestly
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    • and living wisdom in teachers and so must reject modern adults' dead
    • notice what has insinuated itself in a dreadful way into every domain
    • days the ‘cliché’ did not yet dominate Middle
    • begins to dominate, truth, as experienced inwardly by the soul, dies
    • gradually under the domination of empty phrase, convention, and
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    • and living wisdom in teachers and so must reject modern adults' dead
    • institutes for men filled with enthusiasm for wisdom, for real
    • called Philosophy, Sophia — Wisdom. But having the ignominious
    • anything real in this domain. Nonetheless conclusions are formed. The
    • gradual process. In the first centuries of Christendom we find that
    • because he had to develop to full freedom in order to shape all that
    • it is in every domain of life. The value of the intellect was too
    • freedom in earth-evolution. And in face of the Nothingness we need an
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    • and living wisdom in teachers and so must reject modern adults' dead
    • Human, The Dawn of Day and The Joyful Wisdom — works in which
    • Human and ended with The Joyful Wisdom. Finally, only one
    • dominated deeper souls at the turn of the century. During the last
    • freedom unless this had happened. But Nietzsche who found these
    • freedom from the confusion of the age. As long as anyone believes
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    • and living wisdom in teachers and so must reject modern adults' dead
    • (The Philosophy of Freedom).
    • What works within us, a spontaneous, living wisdom — we must
    • cannot enter the Kingdom of Heaven.”
    • it is always the Kingdom of Heaven that one is seeking. But if one
    • Kingdom of Heaven. Childlikeness, youthfulness, must be brought into
    • intuitions; thus we learn to speak out of the primal wisdom of the
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    • and living wisdom in teachers and so must reject modern adults' dead
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    • and living wisdom in teachers and so must reject modern adults' dead
    • of the social life, namely, by confidence. In this particular domain,
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    • and living wisdom in teachers and so must reject modern adults' dead
    • You will only understand if you develop in Freedom the inner impulse
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    • and living wisdom in teachers and so must reject modern adults' dead
    • be achieved with concepts that lead us in the domain of outer Nature.
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    • and living wisdom in teachers and so must reject modern adults' dead
    • people seldom keep their freshness to such a degree. But in those
    • they were to have these experiences out of their own nature. Freedom
    • Nature ceases freedom becomes possible. Through his own striving,
    • into me which will take away my freedom. Something is entering me
    • certain language, he will thereby lose his freedom. The human being
    • higher freedom and find that it is only an unfolding at a higher
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    • other words, to experience freedom.
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    • and living wisdom in teachers and so must reject modern adults' dead
    • enter the Kingdom of Heaven.” We must seek for this even in
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture XIII
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    • and living wisdom in teachers and so must reject modern adults' dead
    • implies coercion. Freedom could only arise by concepts becoming dead.
    • only as the culminating point in the ranks of the animal kingdom, and
    • understood the kingdoms of Nature as arising out of man, modern
    • kingdom of the living and only to a small extent from what is dead.
    • Today everything must spring out of man's freedom. The dragon
    • Kingdom is not of this world.” For it is just through this that
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture I: The Power and Mission of Michael
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    • plant, animal, and human kingdoms, but that we have to deal with
    • the one which exists in the various kingdoms of the earth. Consider,
    • intention to make the kingdom of man and the rest of the earth,
    • striving for freedom, universal freedom, and the Ahrimanic beings,
    • toward freedom for the achievement of a wholesome cosmic aim, and on
    • intermingled at random. I have dealt with this more explicitly in my
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture II: The Michael revelation.
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    • close of the nineteenth century — all oriental wisdom points to
    • the wisdom which points to the human head as a Luciferic formation, we
    • accomplishes in the world by means of his head he owes to the wisdom
    • of the universe, but to the Luciferic wisdom, and that this Luciferic
    • wisdom must gradually be permeated by other elements.
    • of the head, through mere human, earthly wisdom or cleverness. And
    • the kingdom of the Word in order to behold the divine mysteries.”
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    • upon the human being because man has entered his evolution of freedom.
    • it in freedom. Do not fail to recognize that men of today strive for a
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    • clear world cognition, then we become aware of the fact that wisdom is
    • “wisdom” although with many human beings it is
    • “un-wisdom” — but that wisdom is also contained in our
    • entertains in regard to dream life; and yet, wisdom is also contained
    • wisdom is contained in all this, but a wisdom he cannot take hold of,
    • the fact that wisdom does not only flow through the upper stratum of
    • that since he cannot yet take hold of its wisdom. We may say: the
    • life; they then permeate themselves with a wisdom that points to
    • which we fathom with ordinary wisdom.
    • also permeated by wisdom. We are connected with this wisdom, but we
    • Conceptual life: Complete Wakefulness: Wisdom
    • Feeling: Dreaming: Wisdom
    • Will: Sleeping: Wisdom
    • head. It is permeated by wisdom, generally valid wisdom. But this is
    • element below in the wisdom which permeates our will. Between the two,
    • How does wisdom enter this middle part of man? Man is placed in the
    • his metabolic wisdom, his limb-wisdom by Ahriman. That which we have
    • gradually become just as ordered as the head wisdom became ordered
    • through logic and the Ahrimanic wisdom through mathematics, geometry,
    • logic, inner wisdom, inner power of orientation into this middle part
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  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture V: The Michael Deed and the Michael Influence as Counter-pole of the Ahrimanic Influence
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    • nature and human freedom. The natural-scientific thinking
    • freedom, the experience of freedom, is a fact of human consciousness.
    • thinking with the thinking about human freedom. Some people take it
    • very easy in regard to human freedom, in regard to the sense of human
    • axiom that there is human freedom and responsibility. For, if there
    • were no human freedom and responsibility, there could be no criminal
    • therefore, responsibility and freedom exist also. — this
    • the necessity of nature be reconciled with freedom? It shows, in other
    • Wisdom was considered the fundamental attribute of the Divine Being. The concept of Omnipotence only gradually penetrated the idea of the Divine Being, from the fourth century onward. It continued to develop. The concept of personality was abandoned and the predicate was transmitted to the mere order of nature, which is conceived of more and more mechanically. And the modern concept of the necessity of nature, the omnipotence of nature, is nothing but the result of the evolution of the concept of God from the fourth to the sixteenth century. Only, the qualities of personality were abandoned and that which constituted the concept of God was taken over into the structure of thinking about nature.
    • includes man; for the animal kingdom will only be included later on in
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture VI: The Ancient Yoga Culture and the New Yoga Will.
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    • distinction between natural necessity and human freedom would have
  • Title: Lecture: Signs of the Times: Michaels Battle and Its Reflection On Earth -- I
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    • would be comprised not only of the forces that come from the kingdom
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    • own freedom. Those who ask: why do the spiritual powers not intervene?
    • they do not do, because human beings must rely on their freedom. The
    • the fabulous boredom which was engendered by these conversations. He
    • freedom of man. Michael will always do what is necessary. You
  • Title: Psychoanalysis: Lecture II: Anthroposophy and Psychoanalysis II
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    • in this domain, likes nothing better than a vague,
    • domain into which recognized facts are pushing the
    • found that their subconscious actions seldom lead back to the
    • seldom driven to their chosen science by “love,”
    • building its brain manifests greater wisdom than it is
    • development of tragic happenings into the scheme of wisdom. If
    • man like Dr. Freud is obliged to stretch the sexual domain over
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    • domain of occultism can save you from falling into error. It is
    • something succeeded for us requiring wisdom just where we
    • give us the kingdoms. This means that our own inner self
    • intelligent wisdom, from the aesthetically beautiful, and so
  • Title: Psychoanalysis: Lecture V: Connections Between Organic Processes and the Mental Life of Man
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    • but people no longer realize how wisdom is preserved in words.
    • cartilage-formation or ossification of the abdomen where,
    • freedom which nevertheless exists, but acts in a
    • reciprocal relations between the domain of the human organs and
    • wisdom tell us this in their own language, and the saying of
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    • kingdom: that a whole group belongs together — that was existing
    • We have attempted here, this summer, to grasp Oriental wisdom from the
    • wisdom, and truly presented it in such a way that it received its full
    • That person in whom anthroposophical wisdom appears must be
    • exclude itself in the production of what constitutes the wisdom of the
    • the world wisdom we can acquire — if he develops it — he
    • passages out of anthroposophical wisdom.*
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    • dominate the hosts of the stars revealed themselves in the soul, so
    • astral body is especially predominant. And so we see in the
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    • Wisdom, and then on the other hand, ell that is ugly, bad and
    • Evil and Good; that which is full of Wisdom, and that which is
    • there would be no such thing as Birth in all the kingdoms of
    • kingdoms of nature and man, is dependent on the activity of the
    • throughout all the kingdoms, there ruled the laws of the Moon.
    • various kingdoms of nature. That is a deception, a maya. It was
    • wisdom with what man experiences as true certainty in his soul,
    • of freedom; we should not even be personalities, we should
    • “Freedom of Man,” “The Gods of
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    • personalities. his feeling of inner freedom is what comes
    • point to another very dominant English philosopher, Bentham,
  • Title: Lecture: Greek and Germanic Mythology: Lecture I - The Prometheus Saga
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    • still thinks predominantly like Epimetheus. However in so far as he
    • initiated not only into wisdom but into deed. He runs through
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    • wisdom hitherto attained in human evolution has been fundamentally
    • in the higher wisdom, the influence of those Beings, who are not
    • the external wisdom, looked upon the ancient wisdom, which had
    • which this dispassionate, dry wisdom separated itself from the
    • all-embracing primeval wisdom. In the eighth century B.C., the passage
    • united with love, and thereby of the primeval wisdom. This primeval
    • wisdom had now been lost, and had given place to a culture of external
    • wisdom. The priests of the Greek. Mysteries expressed this whole
    • Atlantis, this fleece, this wisdom, had been the common possession of
    • Thus we are told that a primeval wisdom existed among the people of
    • anew; by bringing the primeval wisdom back again to Greece, Theseus,
    • Mystery-wisdom.
    • Mystery-wisdom is united with love. It is a wisdom which cannot be
    • — into mystery-wisdom and external knowledge. The one stream was
    • from Greek occult wisdom. The schools of initiation, in which was
    • wisdom. Thus the pupil was led on to the astral and the mental planes
    • place. The Argonaut saga is a picture of the primeval wisdom. It shows
    • the great wisdom teaching of Manu4 who, in the sub-race
    • then he comes to Calypso, to the hidden wisdom. Then he can take a
    • higher occult wisdom teaches you something, you can also weave around
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    • given; more and more freedom is allowed to the initiates of the fifth
    • Christendom has come about through the word “pontoi” having
    • guidance. The predominance of physical matter then led to there being
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture I: Occult Signs and Symbols
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    • religions light is mentioned in the sense of wisdom, of spiritual
    • speaks of light and would thereby point to wisdom, this he does not
    • also existed a kind of mineral. These were the two kingdoms of nature
    • assimilation of wisdom. The more wisdom the astral body contains, the
    • Sun, were wholly permeated with wisdom. Just as our souls relate to
    • our bodies, so wisdom relates itself to light that streams out into
    • cosmic space. You see, the relation between light and wisdom is not
    • a symbol of wisdom.
    • perception. This inner light in which creative wisdom appears is also
    • certain exercises, then will space not only be flooded by wisdom's
    • celestial dome.
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    • religious documents has an immense depth. A radiance of wisdom and
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    • that men today stand in the mineral kingdom. What does this mean?
    • Because a man understands only the mineral kingdom, he can only
    • control this kingdom. Using minerals, he can build a house, a clock,
    • do this he would himself have to exist in the plant kingdom. Some
    • the mineral realm. Three other kingdoms, the elementary kingdoms,
    • have preceded this; the mineral kingdom is the fourth. All told there
    • fourth kingdom. Only here do they reach their actual consciousness
    • the third elementary kingdom, on the Sun in the second, and on Saturn
    • the first, second, and third elementary kingdoms. Only when such a
    • planet within creation enters the mineral kingdom can it be seen.
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    • mineral kingdom.” The movements of the air are mineral
    • effective in the plant kingdom. Then they will call forth not only
    • men will receive wisdom not only outwardly, but will be penetrated by
    • embodiment of wisdom.
    • born out of God, so, in the sense of esoteric wisdom, we die in
    • that by meditating on them they will disclose infinite wisdom. They
  • Title: Spiritual Hierarchies: Lecture 1
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    • illuminating the actions of the spiritual beings in the kingdoms of nature
    • knowledge and all wisdom is to solve the greatest problem of all —
    • primeval world-wisdom; — all that man can fathom, all that he
    • primeval world-wisdom and with the spiritual beings that stand above
    • existed the wisdom of which we are going to speak: it is the PLAN OF
    • world-wisdom? Must we go back to some time or other in the historical
    • world-wisdom we must go back to the time when there was no outwardly
    • in existence. It was from out [of] that wisdom itself that the world
    • came forth. But this wisdom, out of which spiritual beings formed our
    • spiritual beings have built the world. After this primeval wisdom,
    • this wisdom of the creators of the world had worked through many
    • epoch of civilisation. With these sublime Rishis the primeval wisdom
    • present existing, in order to understand the wisdom which was given
    • in the best books regarding primeval world-wisdom, is but a faint
    • obscured wisdom. However grand and sublime the Vedas appear to us,
    • magnificent the language in which the ancient wisdom of Egypt speaks,
    • written down gives us but a dim, dull reflection of the wisdom of
    • knowledge which the Ancient Rishis proclaimed. This sublime wisdom
    • primeval wisdom of humanity has been safely preserved up to our
    • that not book-wisdom, but living wisdom, could be found. For certain
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    • illuminating the actions of the spiritual beings in the kingdoms of nature
    • lesson of primeval human wisdom.
    • What did the teacher of ancient wisdom say to those who had to
    • spirits that is here described; through the wisdom which man
    • spirits; through lack of wisdom, through the materialistic attachment
    • sees how, with the waxing moon, spiritual beings of a lower kingdom
    • primeval wisdom what is presented to us in the documents of ancient
    • wisdom is exalted enough to discover the mysteries herein contained.’
    • wisdom, and only when that which springs from the sources of the
    • mankind, only then, will these reflections of the primeval wisdom
    • in the times of primeval wisdom the co-operation of all those spirits
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    • wisdom knew that these were merely different names for one and the
    • than man. If we reckon the sequence of degrees in the kingdoms of the
    • we have the visible mineral kingdom, the vegetable and animal
    • kingdom, the human kingdom, and then we pass into the invisible, into
    • the kingdom of Angels, the Archangels or Spirits of Fire, the Archai
    • lit by that external element. Thus they created another kingdom near
    • being, and left behind them a lower kingdom. Now entered the kingdom
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    • to bring it completely under the dominion of the ‘I.’ Now
    • completely dominated by the ‘I,’ it glows with the ‘I;’
    • advanced that he has completely conquered and absolutely dominated
    • those beings we call Spirits of Wisdom — Dominions, Kyriotetes.
    • or Spirits of Form; the Might or Spirits of Motion; the Dominions, or
    • Spirits of Wisdom; in Greek Exusiai; Dynamis and Kyriotetes. These
    • call to-day the animal kingdom. Just as the earliest foundations of
    • the human kingdom arose in the physical human body on Ancient Saturn,
    • the animal kingdom. Out of the warmth of Ancient Saturn was formed
    • nights, the earliest germinal beginnings of the animal kingdom. The
    • animal kingdom in its first physical foundation grew out of the Sun
    • Kingdom, through the forms of the Cherubim being mirrored in, and
    • random. To-day, when a new planet is discovered out of the planetary
    • Saturn. We have twelve such powers, belonging to the kingdom of the
    • wisdom, of the way in which certain Spiritual Beings of the Universe
    • figures), animals, and living beings originated in the kingdoms of
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    • the task of building up in wisdom the aims and ideas which they
    • highest wisdom, who understood how to transpose into workable plans,
    • action, so that what had been thought out in Wisdom — these
    • threefold Hierarchy are: the Kyriotetes or Dominions or Spirits of
    • Wisdom; then the so-called Mights, Dynamis (or, as Dionysius, the
    • the Dominions, Mights, and Potentates? We must look for them inside
    • boundary, we must look for the Dominions, Mights and Potentates, or
    • the Spirits of Wisdom, Motion and Form, inside Saturn. Inside ancient
    • active, — the Dominions, Mights and Potentates. They are
    • Hierarchy? The Spirits of Wisdom or Dominions, or Kyriotetes take
    • of Wisdom or Kyriotetes receive from the circumference of Saturn that
    • What is received by the Spirits of Wisdom, is further worked on and
    • Thus the Dominions or Spirits of Wisdom are the directors inside
    • we call the Dominions, or Spirit of Wisdom. It is they who now press
    • mass of Saturn so that it grew smaller. The Dominions brought
    • domination of the Spirits of Motion, Mights, or Dynamis. For those
    • who have already followed me in this domain, it is not new to hear
    • the ancient Moon comes under the domination of those spirits of
    • ancient Sun under the domination of the advanced Virtutes.
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    • illuminating the actions of the spiritual beings in the kingdoms of nature
    • Wisdom of the Mysteries, these different Beings of the heavenly
    • Will; Jupiter, the limit up to which the Dominions, Spirits of
    • Wisdom, acted; and Mars, the boundary line up to which reached the
    • those spiritual Beings whom we call the Spirits of Wisdom — the
    • just as we draw Mars as the boundary point up to which is the domain
    • region under the dominion of certain Beings which reaches to the
    • Dominions, and then that of the Thrones.
    • was such fanaticism as there is in this domain of science. It is to
    • the Mights. Then come the Beings we call the Dominions, and here
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    • ripeness. Here we gaze into unfathomable depths of wisdom. And what
    • is of extraordinary importance is, that we understand this wisdom
    • exactly as it was taught in all the ages, when primeval wisdom was
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    • Form; the Dynamis or Spirits of Motion or Mights; and the Dominions
    • or Spirits of Wisdom. These are active in the interior; from outside,
    • wisdom taught the following: On ancient Saturn the first foundation
    • wisdom said: to which direction of the Zodiac must one point, if one
    • Wisdom. The Thrones are Beings of greater power; they could let their
    • as has been described. The spirits of Wisdom were only able to give
    • foundation of the physical body; the Spirits of Wisdom gave him now
    • Spirits of Wisdom are working upon the Sun: together and within the
    • the surrounding spirits — the Spirits of Wisdom and the
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    • illuminating the actions of the spiritual beings in the kingdoms of nature
    • of the nations. It also shines through that wisdom which finds its
    • outward expression in the old Testament. It shines in that wisdom
    • the great primeval wisdom. The mystery for instance, of the process
    • Spirit self, spirit-Life and Spirit-man. Primeval wisdom has always
    • always given in primeval wisdom.
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    • illuminating the actions of the spiritual beings in the kingdoms of nature
    • Primeval wisdom called it the Crystal Heaven, and in that crystal
    • themselves as those who fulfil the will and the wisdom of God. These
    • the Spirits of Wisdom, of Motion, and of Form, we have to say that
    • impossible for those Spirits of Wisdom, of Motion, and of Form to
    • a certain degree of the Mystery-Wisdom. In the ancient Mysteries they
    • impulses given them by the Godhead. The Dominions of the second
    • some of the Angels, who have the possibility of freedom. In the midst
    • of the ranks of the Angels the possibility of freedom begins, but it
    • be really understood. And the Ego must decide in complete freedom,
    • freedom, and who had not themselves the opportunity of experiencing
    • wisdom, goodness and in truth as he may do, when he has to overcome
    • the Spirits of Wisdom, of Motion and of Form, and different too from
    • understands it, and in freedom. He is, therefore, the God who never
    • Freedom into the world, and with Freedom firstly that which one calls
    • Love in the true sense of the word. For Love without Freedom s
    • force which he could follow, and that is Love. Freedom and Love are
    • Cosmos, it can happen only through Freedom, that means, only through
    • Cosmos of Freedom and Love, and therefore, the essential thing is,
    • Wisdom, of Motion, and of Form, (Dominions, Mights, and Powers),
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    • the ancient wisdom of the East and its spiritual metamorphosis
    • a belief permeated by wisdom, truth and knowledge, and we may say:
    • Anthroposophical wisdom, in order to become capable once more of
    • star; we must know that we have to understand the luminous wisdom
    • revere as the wisdom of pre-Christian times. To this we must indeed
    • pre-Christian wisdom, of the light of the East, must be lost to us.
    • say that any falsification whatever of Eastern wisdom takes place
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    • the ancient wisdom of the East and its spiritual metamorphosis
    • consider the wisdom of the Eastern world, that is to say humanity's treasures
    • of ancient wisdom in general, in the light which may be kindled by the
    • of the wisdom of the Western world. If Anthroposophy is to be a
    • Everywhere in the world the current of higher wisdom and knowledge
    • ancient times, than it is for us, when studying the great wisdom of
    • things. In other words, we shall allow Western wisdom to pass before
    • Western wisdom accords with what we may learn to know as Eastern
    • wisdom. The point is that the wisdom of the super-sensible worlds, if
    • exercises for giving the etheric body independence and freedom from
    • our feeling of freedom, our love, our energy of thought and our
    • outer senses. We penetrate into a spiritual domain when we experience
    • freedom inside one's ordinary personality, like that of a sword in
    • wisdom. And in making this comparison, we shall be shedding the light
    • of the Christ upon the wisdom of pre-Christian times.
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    • born and that they die within it; the inanimate kingdom of the
    • kingdom be observed over long periods of time, the law of growth and
    • of transformation or metamorphosis is as predominant as is the law of
    • rhythm of growth and decay is the pre-dominant characteristic of the
    • kingdom which in a certain respect is higher, more powerful than that
    • life stand the other beings who belong to a more powerful kingdom.
    • felt to be older beings than those belonging to the kingdom of Zeus.
    • the sun kingdom (the kingdom of Zeus) had given their consent to the
    • existence. Ancient wisdom at its highest level becomes prophetic; it
    • when He should unite Himself with the earth. The wisdom of all egos
    • from this point let us look at the wisdom of different epochs in a
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    • the ancient wisdom of the East and its spiritual metamorphosis
    • mineral kingdoms during the course of our Earth evolution All such
    • the Earth and of the kingdoms belonging to it. Behind the phenomena
    • not attempt to understand these spiritual kingdoms by inventing
    • globe, but by three mighty spiritual kingdoms, essentially different
    • kingdoms — very imperfect in that early period. The various
    • period for the mineral, vegetable, animal and human kingdoms as they
    • tradition. Suppose for example that the initiate wisdom of ancient
    • spiritual beings belonging to the kingdom of Old Saturn, who during
    • outside it were the sun and the moon, the spiritual kingdoms of Zeus
    • the kingdom of Zeus were sent down to the physical earth in the
    • brought over into Greece the Temple wisdom which he was at liberty to
    • teach. A great deal of oriental wisdom came over in this way.
    • wisdom rediscovered today is to be found, in different form, wherever
    • humanity has striven after it; that wisdom is one and the same at all
    • to say that the sense wisdom appears again and again in different
    • thousands of years before the coming of the Christ, full wisdom could
    • incarnates again and again only to learn exactly the same wisdom, has
    • experiences. It is a platitude to say that exactly the same wisdom is
    • The concrete fact is that wisdom develops, that it takes on higher
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    • the ancient wisdom of the East and its spiritual metamorphosis
    • which is not guided by wisdom, nothing in which spiritual beings,
    • why a certain form of wisdom has flourished in the East and why the
    • cooperation of the mind of the peoples with the wisdom of the
    • initiates. Today Celtic wisdom has very largely been lost, and can be
    • even today. The wisdom of the Egyptians, held in such high honour by
    • wisdom which man had to develop from within appeared in the stream of
    • the vehicle of the scientific element, of wisdom, of everything which
    • Lucifer's kingdom. In this way will come to pass the mutual
    • kingdom of Lucifer. [The above statement has led some of Dr.
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    • life, its animal and human kingdoms.
    • for the domain of the lower gods. In that region he would have felt
    • tradition, and that the light from Lucifer's kingdom must be thrown
    • Lucifer's kingdom be cast upon the Gospels. Spiritual science should
    • which may be gained in Lucifer's kingdom on the path of Rosicrucian
    • him from Lucifer's kingdom. Men would be drowned in the sea of
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    • literature. There was, as it were, a primeval wisdom. The reason why
    • earlier, more spiritual ages, when men had more wisdom than has
    • invented, but are the expressions of a profound primeval wisdom
    • Mystery Wisdom. A certain amount of information filtered out. With
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    • are either to be taken as belonging to the Kingdom of Christ or to
    • the Kingdom of Lucifer. We pointed out, for instance, that the way to
    • their central figure, led outwards; but that the way into the Kingdom
    • these two kingdoms, of the Sun-gods and of the Moon-gods, we may
    • kingdoms. Those were the beings who remained behind during the old
    • is to say, these beings settled down in the kingdom of Lucifer. These
    • create freedom for him, create the possibility of his astral body
    • earth came to man, and which on the one hand brought him freedom and
    • Lucifer's kingdom. For these beings could not manifest themselves
    • In the great kingdom of the Light-bearer, of the beings of Lucifer,
    • whole range of their kingdom, with all their species, categories and
    • always aware of the whole extent of the kingdom in question. It may
    • and deep wisdom is wrapped up in Apollo and his nine-Muses. Man's
    • wisdom and life existing at that time, when the Ego-consciousness did
    • time attained to the first post-Atlantean wisdom, knowledge and
    • And this he did. Then, however, living wisdom rose before him; not
    • eternal wisdom. This highest stage of perfection, which I have just
    • world-web of wisdom, in which everything was written in living
    • Indian felt that the gods sent out wisdom to him and that he drew it
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    • co-exist in space. Science, which at the same time was wisdom, was
    • upon which, in those olden times, man sought for wisdom, upon which
    • civilisations. In the wisdom of the East a word has been formed for
    • revelation and all the wisdom in the world can be traced back finally
    • to this one source, the source of primeval wisdom, under the dominion
    • wisdom which has appeared in the most varied guise. When I described
    • in the last chapter how the holy Rishis breathed in this wisdom and
    • externally and was breathed in as light-wisdom by the holy Rishis,
    • speaking. And what we then described as their wisdom had poured down
    • of the human incarnations of the all-embracing Wisdom figures
    • wisdom itself. The Buddha is the Bodhisattva who has become an earth
    • All-Wisdom of our world.
    • this sense, then, we gaze upon the Wisdom-element which in olden
    • last three years the Christ principle was predominant and the Christ
    • Great Teacher, the incarnation of wisdom, which pervades all the
    • human progress; in old India wisdom was absorbed through the etheric
    • wisdom which man was able to enjoy in the time of Hermes, of Moses,
    • ancient wisdom during the ages to come and for placing it gradually
    • accomplished by the creation of Mystery wisdom. Those men who came
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  • Title: Wisdom of Man: I. The Position of Anthroposophy in Relation to Theosophy and Anthropology.
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    • Wisdom of Man: Lecture I.
    • levels of wisdom and insight. In this important book, Rudolf
    • THE WISDOM OF MAN(Anthroposophy)
    • you have anthroposophy. It is the wisdom spoken by man.
    • This wisdom will prove an important fulcrum, a key to
    • really penetrate into the wisdom of the universe; one must be able to
    • animal kingdom there is something analogous: the otoliths, tiny
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    • in the astral body, and it expresses itself as a feeling of freedom,
    • In the animal kingdom we find that everything of the
    • compared with certain organs in the plant kingdom; in certain plants
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    • thoughts concerning the wisdom of the outside world, but his thoughts
    • Nevertheless, that wisdom must be within him as well as without; it
    • at a time when it still received the wisdom of the world directly.
    • the wisdom of the world. What is now relegated to the brain as
    • sense, the various forms of the whole animal kingdom. At the time
    • chaotic thinking that today dominates all circles, particularly
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    • curious effects of boredom and much else will be presented, as
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    • greatest genius is subject to the domination of these conflicting
    • dominion of these independent visualizations, longings and desires.
    • in your soul. It is something that in everyday life we call boredom.
    • In everyday life, boredom is a condition in which the soul longs for
    • How does boredom arise? If you are observant you will
    • positively be classified according to their capacity for boredom.
    • complicated are prone to boredom. We find, then, a difference even
    • Boredom is by no means something that arises simply of
    • boredom. It is merely a matter of the conceptions having desires
    • neither are those who continually yawn with boredom the ones who have
    • bored. There is a sort of cure for boredom; and in a higher stage of
    • development boredom again becomes impossible. More of this later.
    • desire for new impressions, new contents. That is boredom. The
    • As stated above, however, there is a cure for boredom.
    • and those who are not. There are people who can be cured of boredom
    • future protect ourselves against boredom.
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    • Whose spell once lured them: mute the wisdom of thy priests.
    • For wisdom. Her they possess indeed! Disdaining thee.
    • of life, life wisdom, hence a broad foundation is indispensable.
    • boredom, depend upon the presence of visualizations out of the past,
    • upon the significance of boredom, and so forth. In short, upon these
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: IV. Consciousness and the Soul Life.
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    • the future in freedom, and is equipped to receive whatever comes to
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    • levels of wisdom and insight. In this important book, Rudolf
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    • levels of wisdom and insight. In this important book, Rudolf
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    • depends merely upon whether the dome of the sky towers above us, the
    • not outer — reasons, he knows what feeling must predominate in
    • predominating feeling must be a longing to return, in order to
    • on the subject in The Philosophy of Freedom and in Truth
    • its true form, discloses as its prime impulse, its predominant force,
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    • Festival, have any clear or profound idea of what it means? How seldom
    • Thou gav'st me Nature as a kingdom grand,
    • life again a mood which filled men's hearts in an age when wisdom
    • Christmas is not a Festival of Christendom only. In ancient Egypt, in
    • wisdom, to be an expression of an experience of the Godhead Himself,
    • only. The highest kingdom upon the Earth had only reached a stage at
    • rhythm and marvel at the wisdom implicit in the whole of Nature.
    • erratic nature of your thinking, feeling and willing. With what wisdom
    • There is wisdom in every part of the divine, rhythmic Nature to which
    • outside. When medieval poetic wisdom desired to depict in the person
    • of a great Ruler an Initiate who amid the treasures of wisdom
    • depths of Christianity rejuvenate mankind — when this poetic wisdom
    • Soul was known in Greece as Chrestos, in the sublime wisdom of the
    • thinking stands to-day, then the ideal of the ancient wisdom, the
    • wisdom-religions, What does it signify? Let me try to express it in
    • wisdom, life will be filled with it and from all pulpits, far and
    • wide, godlike wisdom, the living wisdom of the Spirit will resound in
    • We cannot here enter into the details of the wisdom-teachings of
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    • man is to have his roots in freedom; and the more highly civilised he
    • Christendom. Hence the festival of His birth was instituted at the
    • They bring to the Child: gold, the symbol of the outer, wisdom-filled
    • This wisdom of numbers and of pictures had been taught from time
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    • commemoration for those who understood something of the deep wisdom
    • centuries of Christendom an inkling still survived of the mystery that
    • the wisdom belonging to the fifth Post-Atlantean epoch of
    • Christendom the festival of the birth of Christ in the body of Jesus
    • cannot but marvel at the subconscious wisdom with which the festival
    • Verily, the working of Divine wisdom can be seen in the fixing of this
    • festival. Just as Divine wisdom can be perceived in outer nature if we
    • Divine wisdom working in the unconscious soul of man when the
    • mankind by a Divine wisdom in the festival of Jesus' birth. At a time
    • It is remarkable that during the centuries of Christendom, wherever
    • opinions but by the cosmic wisdom which so often lies beyond the reach
    • cosmic wisdom has placed the festival of the birth of Jesus at the
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    • of the old clairvoyant wisdom, to form certain conceptions of the
    • sublimity of the Christ Being. And at that time there existed a wisdom
    • Gnosis, a wisdom into which had flowed much of the ancient knowledge
    • knowledge and wisdom ... but for all that it happened out of an
    • the grandeur of the Gnostic idea of the Christ. The Mystery-wisdom
    • combined with wisdom relating to the universe.
    • Christ came into the world at a time when the wisdom capable of
    • the form of wisdom, Solomon's Temple contained in the form of
    • every single human soul was this: "My kingdom is not of this world!"
    • bearers of that ancient, atavistic earth-wisdom which was
    • Gnosis teemed with wisdom concerning the Christ. And it may truly be
    • with earthly fertility, than with the wisdom represented in symbols
    • from the earth, just as the Gnostic wisdom, inspired from the cosmos,
    • Christendom, it was said: In the hour that is especially holy, one
    • The knowledge contained in this ancient wisdom was, it is true,
    • expressed in this form to those who out of the ancient wisdom knew the
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    • There are three such main Festivals in Christendom: at Christmas,
    • able to apply the old forms of wisdom in seeking for intimate and
    • exact knowledge of the world. The teachings of the ancient wisdom, as
    • aright. Echoes of the ancient wisdom survived here and there in
    • by the three Magi as a last remnant of an ancient wisdom. It is
    • stars, and it was this star-wisdom that formed the essential content
    • universe. The wisdom relating to cosmic happenings was also cultivated
    • the proclamation made by way of wisdom pertaining to the outer
    • the highest wisdom attainable by the human mind at that time. This is
    • lip-wisdom. Kant's a priori really says nothing. The expression has
    • wisdom which in its last echoes had survived in the three Magi from
    • of Wisdom’ like the one in Darmstadt
    • of being the founder of such a ‘School of Wisdom.’ We must understand
    • the coming of such a Being must be recognised through wisdom
    • pertaining to the heavens, through wisdom that is able to reveal the
    • descent of a Being from the heavens. The wisdom of the shepherds is
    • wisdom remained. In the first centuries of our era, certain Gnostic
    • naturalism invaded this domain of belief. There was no longer any
    • What has the wisdom possessed by the Magi from the East now become? It
    • the Shepherd-wisdom — but the child is very unlike the parent! And
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    • European (Melchior) brings gold, the symbol of wisdom, of intelligence
    • Melchior is the representative of the principle of wisdom, of
    • frankincense. This offering symbolises the principle that was dominant
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    • of remembrance in the whole of Christendom. And when we think of it as
    • In the course of the first four centuries of Christendom this longing
    • centre around which Christendom coheres. The feeling that lived in the
    • time fragments were still present of an ancient wisdom that had been
    • experience. The old instinctive knowledge, the ancient wisdom which
    • this wisdom was gradually lost. It faded away little by little as the
    • wisdom was still left to give man some insight into the mighty Event
    • And so in the early centuries of Christendom the Mystery of Golgotha
    • was understood by the light of wisdom. But by the time of the fourth
    • century after Christ, this wisdom had almost completely disappeared.
    • remained, on through the subsequent centuries. The ancient wisdom was
    • lost to humanity — and necessarily so, because out of this wisdom man
    • could never have attained his freedom, his condition of
    • the darkness in order, out of this darkness, to develop, in freedom,
    • substituted another quality in place of the wisdom which the world of
    • Christendom had brought to the Mystery of Golgotha — a wisdom which
    • Mystery. Something else was substituted for the quality of wisdom.
    • Church Fathers in the first centuries of Christendom as to the manner
    • centuries this was a Mystery which addressed itself to a living wisdom
    • — a wisdom which then faded away into empty abstraction. Very little
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    • periods of Christendom but then gradually waned and faded away. I will
    • highest wisdom is enshrined. In this Child was born a Being Who
    • and cosmic wisdom. And so a new Christmas is celebrated when in the
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    • wisdom can be clothed in the concise forms of pure thought? We owe
    • communicating wisdom to them in the form of pure thought, nor could
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    • ego-being into the kingdoms of heaven, they received the impulse
    • world, they were then rich in spirit; the kingdoms of heaven were then
    • view of the kingdoms of heaven is open to the physical body. But
    • be apprehended! Then will the Kingdoms of Heaven draw near to you.
    • raise you, ye shall find the Kingdoms of Heaven within you!
    • spiritual world, from the Kingdoms of Heaven, to penetrate into the
    • Christ-Impulse; for, through the developing of their ego, the Kingdoms
    • the things of earth, the Kingdom of Earth is added as a reward.’
    • the spiritual world, into the Kingdoms of Heaven. Christ has made the
    • plane show man how to find the way back to the Kingdoms of Heaven.
    • ‘Change your hearts! The Kingdoms of Heaven have
    • Himself pointed to the approach of the Kingdoms of Heaven, to the ego;
    • Anthroposophical wisdom has the duty of preparing the relation which
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    • Divine-Spiritual kingdom. That could only come about through Christ
    • to say: ‘I am now in a Spiritual realm, in the Kingdoms of Heaven
    • with my ego, ‘whereas man formerly entered the Kingdoms of Heaven
    • while outside it. ‘The Kingdom of Heaven has drawn near, was the
    • the Kingdoms of Heaven in full ego-consciousness.
    • Kingdom of Heaven with his ego; when he now sought or brought about
    • the Kingdom of Heaven within, from out of their ego.
    • text: ‘Change the disposition of your souls, for the kingdoms of
    • ‘blessed,’ but only such as formed the kingdoms of Heaven
    • kingdom of Heaven where Christ will appear before their spiritual
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    • they consider that what is found in one domain is applicable to every
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    • — was exalted wisdom. The souls of men were thereby to be brought
    • an infinite Wisdom guiding our development. We have thus indicated the
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 7: The Further Development of Conscience
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    • In the domain of occultism — using the word in its true sense —
    • domain of the occultism studied here is there anything that does not
    • domain touched upon here cannot, of course, be exhaustively dealt
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    • wisdom sound forth.
    • Actually, research in this domain is not particularly enlightened,
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    • wishes to proceed conscientiously in this domain, one will feel it
    • and the ego predominantly active. We have this expressed in the
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    • something of spiritual wisdom, must forego this wish, it will remain
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    • and freedom.
    • see the mountains, the lakes, the creatures of the various kingdoms
    • what should be experienced as filled with wisdom and thought content
    • portrayed as the domain of Ahriman and Lucifer in the drama,
    • with a wisdom that far exceeds what we are able to acquire later.
    • Man imagines that he has reached a considerable degree of wisdom when
    • he begins to be able to think. But the wisdom we develop when we
    • wisdom that we acquired but lost at a particular time. At birth our
    • wisdom during childhood in order to “plan-in” the organs,
    • childhood than later on. A profound wisdom is utilized in order to
    • are as long as we rest within the womb of divine spiritual wisdom.
    • greater wisdom than is normally realized. Then we can also picture
    • the vastness of the wisdom that surrounds us in our existence that
    • greater the wisdom and ability of man.
    • and death. Such a soul enables us to see how the wisdom of which man
    • loftiest wisdom, he is now so degraded that he has become the servant
    • freedom on other islands. Those, on the other hand, who flee the
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    • knows that the time has come when spiritual wisdom must take hold of
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    • beings of the various kingdoms of nature, so after death he meets the
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    • have their justification in the overall wisdom of the world. Even if
    • against the wisdom-filled guidance of the universe if a man were to
    • the wisdom-filled guidance of the universe.
    • matters are involved, how wisdom-filled the overall guidance is!
    • wisdom-filled cosmic guidance needs certain gruesome situations in
    • order to accomplish deeds inspired by a still loftier wisdom. It is
    • to say to oneself that where a lack of wisdom appears in the universe
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    • beings of the three kingdoms of nature, and among men. By various
    • surrounded only by the beings of the different kingdoms of nature,
    • the kingdoms of the earth through natural science. Nor should we
    • dominated by what he brings with him from those super-earthly spheres
    • impression that darkness dominated the countenance from within. This
    • following period. Hence, there is obviously tremendous wisdom in the
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    • in the domain of ordinary thought, we shall not admit the difficulty
    • Form. Within this realm, which is all around us, forms dominate; and
    • through the whole evolution of the animal kingdom, or the
    • plant-kingdom, and creates the forms. During this process it changes
    • only a remembrance of what you have seen in the kingdom of form. That
    • do in the most varied domains of life; and that it is first of all
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    • This is one tendency that dominates our life in the widest circles,
    • significance for its particular domain. Between Materialism and
    • are dominant everywhere. If, for example, a stone falls to the
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    • certain limited domain, and then sets out to seek proofs for it, but
    • endeavour to recognize for what domain of existence one or other
    • because his soul is so conditioned that it is predominantly
    • Gnostic in the domain of Idealism. Thus one could say that he is
    • in all domains — i.e. through all mental constellations. One
    • Broadmindedness is all too seldom sought. Anyone really in earnest
    • that the upper part of his brain is specially active and dominates
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    • makes this world-outlook into a dominating factor in his inner life,
    • “The Joyful Wisdom” — all proceeding from the
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    • in the domain of ordinary thought, we shall not admit the difficulty
    • Form. Within this realm, which is all around us, forms dominate; and
    • through the whole evolution of the animal kingdom, or the
    • plant-kingdom, and creates the forms. During this process it changes
    • only a remembrance of what you have seen in the kingdom of form. That
    • do in the most varied domains of life; and that it is first of all
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    • This is one tendency that dominates our life in the widest circles,
    • significance for its particular domain. Between Materialism and
    • are dominant everywhere. If, for example, a stone falls to the
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    • certain limited domain, and then sets out to seek proofs for it, but
    • endeavour to recognize for what domain of existence one or other
    • because his soul is so conditioned that it is predominantly
    • Gnostic in the domain of Idealism. Thus one could say that he is
    • in all domains — i.e. through all mental constellations. One
    • Broadmindedness is all too seldom sought. Anyone really in earnest
    • that the upper part of his brain is specially active and dominates
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    • makes this world-outlook into a dominating factor in his inner life,
    • “The Joyful Wisdom” — all proceeding from the
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    • this saying in order to show how, on the basis of Greek wisdom and
    • unconsciously; he is a compassionate man out of freedom and not
    • is in the Spirit. The Spirit gives us beauty, strength, wisdom, the
    • said that the arising of wisdom and beauty out of suffering is
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    • evil. Evil is confined to the human kingdom. Modern science tries to
    • acknowledge that man lays claim to a kingdom of his own. We will now
    • human wisdom which penetrates to the actual nature of things lying
    • behind the purely external appearance. In earlier ages this wisdom
    • proved to the guardian of the wisdom that he would use his knowledge
    • part of this wisdom-science has for certain reasons been popularised.
    • of humanity which is forsaken by the Spirit will be a lower kingdom.
    • planet and that which will be the lower kingdom. Just as the Earth
    • of Wisdom. We are to evolve love from its most elementary stage to
    • its highest. Wisdom rests hidden on the foundation of
    • man. One should look at the wisdom-filled structure of a bone, for
    • which makes continual attacks on the wisdom-filled heart. It will
    • out of unwisdom and error. Evolution of wisdom preceded the evolution
    • Wisdom is the
    • characteristic of physical nature and where this wisdom is permeated
    • and wisdom proceeds from unwisdom. Those who attain the goal of
    • nature, just as wisdom was once brought to Earth. The humanity of the
    • Earth look up to the gods as to the bringers of wisdom. The men of
    • love. Wisdom is granted to men as divine revelation from the men of
    • the earlier planet. All the kingdoms of the world are connected with
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    • the whole kingdom of living beings right up to man is moving towards
    • Old and New Testaments looked down to the animal kingdom; they saw
    • the whole kingdom striving towards the advent of a free personality,
    • also to the animal kingdom, perhaps even to the plants. But in
    • man possesses in common with the whole plant-kingdom. The astral body
    • of this principle, the etheric body gains its freedom and works upon
    • harmonious mood of soul which will then become the wisdom of life.
    • therefore she has had to make of wisdom an apparently harmful remedy,
    • in order that this wisdom may work upon mankind in a strengthening
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: The Nature and Significance of Karma in the Personal and Individual, and in Humanity, the Earth and the Universe
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    • another condition entering in, a certain boredom or discontent. This
    • boredom arising five years after the change of calling must be sought
    • boredom and discontent with its surroundings.
    • nothing else intervenes, experiences boredom in his twenty-fourth year
    • was as yet no mineral kingdom. The evolution of the earth was preceded
    • mineral kingdom in our sense of the word. It was on this earth that
    • mineral kingdom became separated in the course of the earth's
    • evolution, it will remain a separate kingdom to the end. Before that,
    • men, animals, and plants had developed without the mineral kingdom. In
    • order that later the other kingdoms might make further progress, they
    • had to separate the mineral kingdom out of themselves, but after they
    • we admit that the formation of a mineral kingdom took place in the way
    • we have said. The mineral kingdom is there, and the subsequent fate of
    • the other kingdoms depends on the existence of this mineral kingdom
    • mineral kingdom which must be taken into account in all the later
    • the mineral kingdom finds its fulfilment in later periods of what
    • Men, animals, and plants have separated from the mineral kingdom, and
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    • about karma and the animal kingdom.
    • The relation of man on the earth to the animal kingdom differs with
    • preserved the best parts of the ancient sacred wisdom of humanity
    • feeling towards the animal kingdom which many people in Europe cannot
    • understanding of such sympathy with the animal kingdom. It is
    • regarding the animal kingdom, have been thoroughly misunderstood.
    • that world, easily arrive at an idea about the animal kingdom which
    • truths, the ancient wisdom of humanity, preserved a kind of knowledge
    • of what exists spiritually in the animal kingdom; and in spite of all
    • life and development of the animal kingdom. Thus, if, on the one hand,
    • hand deceive ourselves by applying directly to the animal kingdom that
    • animal kingdom for instances of the recoil of an action on the being
    • such as takes place with man. In the animal kingdom we find nothing
    • kingdom. And if we were to believe that in an individual animal which
    • observe the animal kingdom you will find that the animals bring with
    • evolutions of all the kingdoms of nature do not by any means proceed
    • makes human existence possible, namely, the possibility of freedom, of
    • kingdom could never have developed alongside the human kingdom to-day
    • stage higher, to form a second kingdom and come forward as the first
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    • But matters are quite different when we come to the vegetable kingdom.
    • upon the plants and injure them. In the vegetable kingdom the idea of
    • even in the animal kingdom this action of the etheric body can still
    • rise in the animal kingdom — and this applies externally to the
    • human kingdom also — we find that the healing forces of the
    • vegetable kingdom to a still higher degree. This union, let us say, is
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: The Curability and Incurability of Diseases in Relation to Karma
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    • dominance of your emotions.’ This thought becomes an integral
    • is a karmic complication due to previous acts which were dominated by
    • in accordance with the wisdom which he brings with him into this
    • with, namely, the sphere of human freedom. If we can help a person to
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    • when in certain domains assertions can be driven back upon oneself. In
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    • dominated by our Ego-consciousness. We can be healthy only if our
    • through and through, and if the damage is not such that the abdominal
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Forces of Nature, Volcanic Eruptions, Earthquakes and Epidemics in Relation to Karma
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    • Sagas and myths have always known of the deepest wisdom, and have
    • in the domain into which we are able to follow him in man himself,
    • which he nevertheless has made his most important domain. Even if
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    • why we shall always find that however much wisdom concerning the
    • material world one may absorb upon the physical plane, this wisdom
    • enormous amount it will seldom be found that what has been learnt will
    • Let us suppose that dominated by the luciferic influence, we have been
    • world, were prepared for it in this way, which demonstrates the wisdom
    • the one from the other. Let us suppose that according to the wisdom
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Karmic Effects Of Our Experiences As Men and Women. Death and Birth In Relationship to Karma
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    • infinite domain shall be stirred. If you reflect upon all that has
    • the soul life. So the psychic and emotional predominate in woman and
    • In this neutral moral domain we see that what we prepare in one
    • Today we have allowed two neutral domains of karmic law to act upon
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    • behind upon the Moon upon the Cosmos of Wisdom. They are
    • with wisdom. Otherwise, without this wisdom, love would be an
    • done in this domain must finally be traced back to love; and this can
    • animal kingdom, the vegetable kingdom, and the mineral kingdom. These
    • organism through the soul. In the three kingdoms around us, therefore,
    • kingdom You will always find in those forms of illness closer
    • driven by a dim impulse, seeks for remedies from the animal kingdom.
    • for remedies out of the vegetable kingdom. An interesting lecture
    • remedies from the mineral kingdom.
    • any other domain of the world existence. Thus we have shown nothing
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Individual and Human Karma. Karma of the Higher Beings.
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    • same thing happen. Then we see the passing over of the Eastern wisdom
    • had been acquired in various domains of Europe. Out of this there was
    • domain of human spiritual life in which such illusions cannot persist,
    • luciferic spirits have brought freedom to mankind at the same time as
    • karma into himself, because only thus could he attain to real freedom
    • not have perceived it with a self-conscious freedom.
    • see in the spiritualised domain of the world.
    • foundations, we should not be able to evolve to freedom. But after we
    • it will be permeated with wisdom. Man, in pressing forward towards the
    • which is wisdom.
    • By this means Love and Wisdom will enter the human soul. Love and
    • Wisdom will become the practical force, the vital impulse which
    • results from Anthroposophy. Wisdom which is the inner counter-part of
    • Light, Wisdom which can unite with Love, and Love when it is permeated
    • with Wisdom; these two will lead us to the understanding of what at
    • present is immersed in external wisdom. If we are to partake in the
    • permeate ourselves with Wisdom and Love, for these elements will flow
    • freedom. But it is indispensable that we should be aware of the
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    • it. He knows what it is, can even consider it to be wisdom, but now
    • know to be wisdom (and to some degree rightly so), if they could only
    • I took it then for wisdom; — but no word
    • Everything I've written I've taken for wisdom — and yet not a
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    • the forces they should employ only within their lawful domain. From
    • His sovereign domain is the mineral world, a world that is utterly
    • it is, the mineral world and its laws pervade all the other kingdoms
    • mineral kingdom; they are subject to these laws insofar as they are
    • establish a special ahrimanic kingdom.
    • world is his very own kingdom, the kingdom over which death is poured
    • out continuously. In the higher kingdoms of nature Ahriman is the
    • freedom, which he does, for instance, in his philosophy. From this
    • However, Lucifer too can overstep his domain, and the
    • luciferic kingdom composed of all the soul feeling he can seize and
    • kingdom set up as an isolated kingdom similar to his own nature, in
    • belonging to another kingdom of nature in the physical world, that
    • into his own special kingdom. This means that all love that can be
    • recruits for his kingdom among those who allow such advice to be
    • often transfer the customs and regulations of one kingdom into
    • it to his isolated kingdom. There the soul can receive its spiritual
    • impressions but, received in this island kingdom, they are completely
    • off into his kingdom. There, of course, a person may receive insights
    • special luciferic kingdom, where for every human being —
    • understand what is the lawful activity, what is the right domain of
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    • these pictures. Indeed, the pictures have not been chosen at random;
    • prevent the dominating force of materialism that otherwise will
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    • find the wisdom of measure and number. More and more complicated
    • relationships, where — according to Felix — cosmic wisdom
    • or congenial bothered her, and she had to control her boredom, she
    • the vessel for wisdom and insight, the vehicle of thoughts and mental
    • personal to be corrected. I must take into my soul the wisdom that
    • wisdom of the various races in human evolution.” This would
    • wisdom from one epoch of civilization to the next.
    • to make the principle fully clear. “The same predominance of
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    • dominant on the physical plane, for here the Spirits of Form are the
    • domains, where normally they live and work, and that bad effects come
    • impulses have their absolutely legitimate domain in architecture and
    • more dominant than Ahriman. Nevertheless, what we said before is
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    • domain, a tendency arises for those parts of man's etheric and astral
    • now begin his objective experiences and these are Lucifer's domain.
    • existence when one makes the decision in true freedom and energy of
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    • soul into their special kingdom where they can produce all sorts of
    • in the mood of the drama, which is dominated by Strader's death
    • would welcome the blossoming of anthroposophical wisdom as the finest
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    • kingdom and in the mineral kingdom as well as in the animal kingdom.
    • wisdom and deep knowledge are revealed. It may well be so with this
    • with, we may describe him as a personality. In the West he is seldom
    • That these things do not interfere with his freedom everyone knows.
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    • attention, that out of a limitless domain of immeasurable
    • that it is precisely in this that wisdom and meaning in existence are
    • animal kingdom would in a certain respect come to an end. The animal
    • kingdom, as it is, would then have been a kind of final stage, it
    • see that where man looks on the animal kingdom outwardly, he evolves
    • animal kingdom as such would die out. And the same holds good for the
    • vegetable kingdom.
    • man away, and the transitional kingdoms would not be able to develop
    • world of stars, the clouds, the kingdoms of nature, with all that
    • Here enters freedom for us. With this we become independent beings. We
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    • today into a new and more general domain and speak to you of forces
    • civilization Greek life reveals itself as one of exceptional freedom.
    • in the legal, political and military domain that they still continue
    • Origen, who united the wisdom of Greece with the depths of
    • Dante to the fall of freedom in Florence, the age of the Renaissance
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    • human, not luciferic, wisdom. At any rate, the luciferic powers have
    • decadence and a special luciferic kingdom would have begun. This did
    • the genius and greatness of Greek philosophy and wisdom. The Greek
    • or Charles V, the ruler of the kingdom over which the “sun never
    • it and a working in freedom out of their own pure humanity.
    • world work also right into this domain. We can see how the breath of
    • akin to that of Renan in his domain. Strauss, however, does not turn
    • Lastly, Soloviev's Christ; living power, living wisdom, altogether
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    • see, this wisdom of the cosmos is fundamentally in its wording, always
    • Now this cosmic wisdom, which was intrinsically not evil but held holy
    • communicated except on one special condition. The wisdom was imparted
    • Sensations were aroused that made him capable of using the wisdom
    • the candidate for initiation was to obtain the wisdom to mould this
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    • like letters that can be read. In this domain the meaning of existence
    • were not such that he could use them in freedom. They were more or
    • achieving the faculty of making free decisions and developing freedom,
    • him nearer the spiritual world but also allowed him less freedom. Man
    • Thus, it is for the sake of freedom that humanity has gone through the
    • surface of things in order to create human freedom. But for this
    • the training toward virtue and then the communication of wisdom.
    • find that the world needs a wisdom that, along with being wisdom, also
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    • inner freedom. On the one side, the primal phenomenon; on the other
    • into the kingdom of Lucifer and Ahriman.
    • spirit to enter their domain, but external life must be protected in
    • domains we see aftermaths in the consciousness that is unfolded by the
    • of Russian spiritual life is dominated by the problems of death and
    • evil, just as the spiritual life of the West is dominated by the
    • sensory existence on the earth, to found a kingdom where the good is
    • freedom; freedom could never come to man if he were incapable of
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    • Solomon's Temple once stood, so that the holy wisdom from most ancient
    • times and the wisdom of Solomon could work together for Christianity
    • his inspiration the wisdom materialized from gold. Recollect the
    • in which the Golden King became the representative of wisdom. Since spiritual
    • wisdom, had access to this inspiration through gold. Philip IV, who
    • ripe to receive the impulse of wisdom, beauty and strength in the way
    • wisdom that these Knights possessed has entered many souls. One could
    • knowledge. The wisdom lives on that could only enter the world amid
    • When we seek the most beautiful spiritualizations of this wisdom that
    • tale, he shows how he looks back into the time in which wisdom
    • Wisdom” — was exposed to such persecutions as those
    • such wisdom as was striven for by the Knights Templar. (Their striving
    • A longing for the full Christianizing of the treasures of wisdom
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    • wisdom-filled guidance, exists in the historical evolution of mankind
    • called attention to how seldom people are inclined to turn their minds
    • intellect above cosmic wisdom. During the course of the earth stage,
    • power — in order to progress even further on the path of freedom.
    • in an earlier age when man was not yet ready for freedom. Today, the
    • Do not imagine that wisdom was not connected with the practical in
    • those ancient times. What was called wisdom was fully united with
    • the spirit must be sought with full consciousness and in freedom. But
    • veil means that one cannot penetrate behind wisdom, that one will
  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture I: The Three Streams in the Life of Civilization. The Mysteries of Light, of Man, and of the Earth.
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    • these impulses belonged to the Wisdom of the Mysteries. If we leave
    • and the world of the Stars. But this knowledge was also a wisdom which
    • industry. That was Wisdom, with impelling force for life itself. By
    • what road did this wisdom with its impelling life-force actually come
    • forth later the stream of the Spirit, that living wisdom with its
    • messengers of the Gods. That which once was wisdom with an impulse for
    • life, was transformed into Greek logic and dialectic, into the wisdom
    • of the Greeks, wisdom which is already strained thin compared with its
    • economic affairs. The wisdom has become watered thin, the divisions
    • Egyptian source, that Wisdom which gives the power to organize human
    • the Science and Wisdom of the Mysteries of the East, and with that
    • Wisdom they tried to understand it. In the early Greek Fathers of the
    • came together and borrowed the Wisdom from the conquered and enslaved
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    • “Freedom for individual nations, even for the smallest
    • which we find at the foundation of the ancient pre-Christian wisdom,
    • get rid of Lucifer, the more we are dominated by him, for it was
    • Mankind must be protected by wisdom from regarding the Gospels in this
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    • which we might describe as the old Life of Wisdom of earlier times
    • the earlier instinctive Wisdom. The rising of pure logic, of pure
    • dialectic, out of the ancient clairvoyant Wisdom is the chief
    • It was through Luciferic wisdom that Christianity was first grasped in
    • Europe. The important point is that in the Greek wisdom which
    • the old Luciferic Wisdom had cooperated, had given the old Gnosis its
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    • into the kingdom of idealism. But the impulse which in all its
    • ideas. I had pointed out two great dangers in the domain of thought,
    • in the growing human being. But in this domain our feelings are to be
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    • been able to achieve freedom, and for the evolution and development of
    • freedom this stage was a necessary one.
    • He also realizes that he has attained freedom, but as the price of
    • that freedom he finds this deep and troubling experience, as he passes
    • freedom, but with it has come doubt. It is the task of Anthroposophy
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    • it appeals too predominantly to the scientific mind, and that it does
    • domain of cognition by the intellectualistic development of
    • animal kingdom, the plane below that of man; and above the latter was
    • the kingdom embracing only beings with at most an etheric body. What I
    • beings in the sense in which today we speak of freedom in connection
    • develop who would be conscious of the feeling of freedom. The
    • desired freedom of will before the time had come for their freedom to
    • at freedom prematurely, if I may put it that way; for the forms
    • kingdoms of nature, up to the form of the physical-sensible human
    • external nature out of previous nature kingdoms, tending toward and
    • culminating in our present mineral, plant, and animal kingdoms, up to
    • and which originated in the mineral kingdom, may be regarded as the
    • divinity. And what then comes into being as the higher kingdoms of
    • human freedom; for if the conflict had continued within man in the
    • arise the kingdoms of nature; man comes into being. And looking into
    • Dragon was predominant, active in the passions and instincts, in the
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    • cosmos. We can go further: the man of today observes the kingdoms of
    • freedom, the feeling of freedom, in order to arrive at full
    • that of the development of freedom — man's attitude toward the
    • freedom. He no longer has in him the spiritual powers he might have;
    • power. But objectively, in the domain of outer spirit, the Michael
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    • equipped with all such sky-wisdom, feels himself a hermit on what he
    • instinctive wisdom of which I have spoken: they had beings as teachers
    • men not by speaking, as we speak today, but by transmitting the wisdom
    • connected with that “primordial wisdom,” recognized even by
    • the Catholic Church — the primordial wisdom that once was
    • back to the teaching of these higher spiritual beings. That wisdom,
    • if the light of wisdom simply flared up in him without his having to
    • What a very different wisdom that was from anything we have today! It
    • was simply wisdom of an entirely different nature, and what took place
    • permeated men during the period of primordial wisdom, I must say it is
    • the earth, when this primal wisdom was no longer imparted in the old
    • time when primordial wisdom held sway on earth: they gradually became
    • sediment. And our present abstract wisdom is what corresponds up above
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    • The indispensable factor in every domain of spiritual science is just
    • impels me to seek a homogeneous psycho-spiritual principle dominating
    • spiritual beings, as it were, that dwell in the kingdoms of nature.
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    • dominoes or such like, in order, as is frequently said, to pass the
    • that freedom which depends entirely on the personal element in man.
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    • the habits acquired through observing the lower kingdoms of nature,
    • earthly thought may be designated the Primeval Wisdom, which is
    • fragmentary remains which exist today. This wisdom was once the
    • Luciferic and Ahrimanic kingdoms. These Beings work in the whole
    • dominate him they seek to make him more and more earthly, although
    • ancient wisdom to man at the beginning of earthly existence withdrew
    • have content. The Spartan speeches, which were but seldom heard, were
    • learn to breathe as it were in a superhuman freedom on viewing this
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    • the depths of the mineral kingdom. He is then able to grow together
    • very like that which one receives as an impression in another domain
    • childish in this domain for the reason that the dead do not speak the
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    • sending into the domain of the earth those things which he separated
    • from him, and which then became the other kingdoms of nature. They
    • are now in the domain of the earth, where man is surrounded by them.
    • And now we can say: By sending these castoff products into the domain
    • kingdom. Owing to this separation they have metamorphosed themselves
    • from earth-forms. I arise out of the heavenly kingdom. I am here
    • that man on the earth might become a free being. When freedom has
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    • feeling of that which rises is predominant while in the words “I
    • the animal-kingdom lived in the Logos, in the resounding cosmic
    • for a solution. Like a question the animal-kingdom arose within the
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    • primeval wisdom of man was enshrined. I wish to speak of those
    • who had received the old primeval wisdom of humanity, and who, moved
    • and inspired up to a certain stage by this primeval wisdom, could
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    • echo of the ancient instinctive earth-wisdom relied on the ancient
    • treasures of wisdom of humanity, which were now to be illuminated by
    • which did not take into account illumination with the wisdom founded
    • taken place historically. But cults, wisdom teachings as Hibernian
    • cults, Hibernian wisdom teachings spread abroad which were based on
    • wisdom which came over from Hibernia was no longer grasped in its
    • the age of freedom. Today we look back over these things, we gaze
    • were indeed the last echo of an old wisdom given to mankind by the
    • the epoch of freedom must be found inwardly by man. No longer through
    • sustained by inner freedom. For through real inner activity we can
    • Mysteries of the former wisdom, instinctive indeed, but none the less
    • a high spiritual wisdom, which once poured itself over humanity on
    • significant memorials in later times to the primal wisdom of men, to
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    • true wisdom, for then man saw in a star not merely the speck or point
    • extract of the most ancient holy Mystery-Wisdom. Human beings will,
    • ancient Eleusinian Mystery wisdom. These writings containing, less of
    • formed the content of the wisdom taught throughout the Middle Ages to
    • lecture, because the Mystery-wisdom of Hibernia had to be rejected,
    • era, this united with that which was separated from the wisdom of
    • Plato by Aristotle, the wisdom of the Eleusinian Mysteries. The
    • wisdom which came, but in infinite dilution, through Africa into
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    • result of the forces which predominated in the Mysteries. That gave
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    • and as mountains, and the mineral kingdom, All these are simply
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    • oxalic acid, yes, that is most predominant in clover but oxalic acid
    • Oxalic acid is everywhere in the vegetable kingdom, and we find
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    • note predominates. The peculiar trait is the feeling which existed in
    • olden times be learnt of the stars; and this ancient wisdom, this
    • times, and who taught the primeval wisdom on the earth. They were the
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    • the various domains. Indeed, all that comes from
    • judgment that is needed in the domain of therapy.
    • perceive nature as the ancients perceived her, in all domains
    • in the domain of modern medicine there may be a feeling that
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    • a few hints about this wide and all embracing domain. A great
    • of perception will not lead to the final goal in this domain,
    • from the mineral kingdom — you may dispute the expression
    • kingdoms. What we take in as food belongs originally to the
    • this again distinguishes him from the animal kingdom.
    • physiology of the animal kingdom reveal that the animal does
    • expresses itself in the physical domain.
    • a part, the whole process would remain in the domain of the
    • phylogeny of the animal kingdom only when the ego organization
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    • the effect of the nerve-sense system predominates. The outcome
    • but this time the metabolic system predominates. This is
    • element predominates. At the time of puberty, there is a
    • predominance of the metabolic element; the plastic element
    • nerve-sense organization, which predominates until the change
    • with the predominance of the physical and etheric organizations
    • puberty, so that we can say that the metabolism predominates.
    • inappropriate predominance of the nerve-sense system. The
    • rhythm, begins to predominate. This quicker rhythm then
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    • in the domain of medicine, the most important thing is to make
    • to lead the necessary amount of food into the domain of the
    • way. Thus we have a predominance of the astral organization's
    • in the eye lies in the domain of pure optics. A great deal in
    • it penetrates into their domain. The formative force cannot
    • whole domain of diseases of metabolism, from very mild cases to
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    • recalls a resounding from ancient wisdom. Then one is carried over to
    • wisdom. Neither sentence can be comprehended with the customary modern
    • abdominal organs of the person in question, how the diminished
    • organization is influencing the person's abdominal organization. He
    • soul-spiritual domain. This is its tragedy. Here materialism itself
    • discover when the physiological therapeutic domain is fructified with
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    • predominant in the abdomen, for example. Said in a better way, it
    • system will take place in the abdominal organs. Of course it will take
    • on another form in the abdominal system, but it will nevertheless
    • abdominalis. The manifestations of typhus may certainly be studied
    • the most varied domains. I am saying these things to you, as I have
    • nature, out of the cosmos, in such a way that there is a predominance
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    • by those who are specialists in the various domains. Indeed, all that
    • needed in the domain of therapy.
    • domains of human knowledge and capacity.
    • domains of knowledge, including that of medicine. When we pass out
    • I think that in the domain of modern medicine there may be a feeling
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    • only a few hints about this wide and all-embracing domain. A
    • will not lead to the final goal in this domain, because the complex
    • from the mineral, plant and animal kingdoms. It belongs originally to
    • distinguishes him from the animal kingdom.
    • anatomy and physiology of the animal kingdom reveal that the animal
    • domain.
    • were not present, the whole process would remain in the domain of the
    • phylogeny of the animal kingdom only when the animal begins to show
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    • dominates. The outcome of this contact of forces — which
    • senses, but this time the metabolic system dominates. This is
    • plastic element dominates. At the time of puberty, the metabolic
    • rhythmic system; after puberty we have to do with the predominance of
    • wrongful predominance on the part of the system of nerves and senses.
    • to dominate. This quicker rhythm then expresses itself in all that is
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    • carry through in the domain of medicine, the most important thing is
    • the necessary amount of foodstuff into the domain of the kidney
    • elements. Think how much in the eye lies in the domain of pure
    • it ought to give them when it enters their domain. The formative
    • the products of metabolism. And here we come to the whole domain of
    • and then also in the domain of heart and lungs, all that is akin to
  • 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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    • used his eloquence on the side of freedom in face of the growth of
    • being a freedom-loving heart should beat. He pointed out over and
    • domain that had ever existed, even a short time ago. Perfectly new
    • must exist in order to be able to grapple with and dominate modern
    • aspect. The second leads us into the domain of equity, and this can
    • i.e. the domain of law, guarantees the value of money, that is, the
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    • and equity, affairs will be differently arranged. In that domain of
    • decision passes from the purely legal to the cultural domain. Here is
    • this domain of life by a merely theoretical examination of the
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    • moved in other domains of modern civilization. Have we not seen that
    • there is between the idea of human freedom contained in my book and
    • the idea of freedom as an impulse prevalent in our modern civilization.
    • latter, I might give Woodrow Wilson's idea of freedom; an
    • civilization of our age. He is honest in his demand for freedom for
    • freedom? We arrive at an understanding of his meaning when we read
    • just one thing to say to this; we can only speak of freedom with
    • an adaptation to the environment, we can only speak of human freedom
    • when we compare it, not with the freedom of a ship on the sea,
    • compare it with the freedom of a ship that can stop and turn against
    • freedom as this lies the whole mechanical conception of the world,
    • however, I was obliged to state the problem of human freedom quite
    • the freedom of human will and of the human being has been: Is man
    • science, then his idea of freedom would be the same as that of
    • Woodrow Wilson's. But this would be no real freedom; it would be only
    • freedom really begins. Modern human consciousness is only aware of
    • can only then become free. Man's freedom is not a gift of nature.
    • Freedom belongs to that part of man which he can, and must, awaken
    • true modern conception of the impulse towards freedom. It must also
    • use, instead of a form chosen at random to serve the purpose; that
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    • administered in freedom. (c) The economic organization, separated
    • lecture of yesterday I claimed that freedom for the whole of
    • remnant of freedom, of spiritual life, condemned to impotence as
    • dominate economic life. Proletarian dictatorship — what is it
    • freedom? Everybody is educated in that free spiritual life, our
    • determine the laws of the state in freedom, in that moment it will
    • circulation depends on the freedom of the cultural life by which it
    • especially in the domain of economies. For the system of trading,
    • trading system strives to pass, especially in the domain of economic
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    • ‘soul,’ to give heed instead to the actual dominance of
    • domination of capital, or of labor, and the like; as to the
    • prevailing? The whole domain of economic life will be drawn into the
    • and intellectual organizations do not dominate the individual forms
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    • in another domain. For life depends on contrasts, and can only exist
    • economy of the animal kingdom — does not reach far up into the
    • human kingdom, Possibly in the case of the magpie we may indeed speak
    • the infra-red. Here, for example, we come into the domain of
    • upward into Capital. Between them lies the domain which we must
    • in its proper place within the whole domain of knowledge. For, as we
    • domain, we speak of the value of a commodity. It is nonsense to define
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    • beholds as Wisdom-filled ethical and social impulses, excluding the
    • religious impulses dominate the entire social life of man-kind, human
    • largely predominant in practice. To a large extent, in present-day
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    • economic life, to think not in terms of domestic economy, but in terms
    • domestic economy. I did not mean that the tailor has not a perfect
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    • has more freedom of movement. He can play his part far more
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    • domain of economics, this formula is no less exhaustive than, say, the
    • that economic wisdom is today not very great. Those especially who
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    • the loan principle predominates, one cannot provide for oneself; one
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    • such a concept about from one domain of reality to another, and as we
    • it really is so in any particular domain — then it is
    • possible in this way: For definite domains or regions (whose
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    • implies that the forming of price within any economic domain is an
    • domain of political power — you have an example of this, for
    • the way they were arranged in those large economic domains which the
    • economic domains, concerning the relation, say, between the single
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    • wisdom of the lymphatic glands, with all their beautiful division of
    • social organism. Here the domain of economics borders on the social
    • must allow to flow into the economic domain that which prevails in the
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    • While in the animal kingdom, for example, the more primitive forms can
    • gigantic farm — was the so-called kingdom of the Merovingians. It
    • was a “kingdom” in a quite external sense, but it was
    • Merovingian kingdom was really no different from this: — the
    • unfreedom in the spiritual life. Not until “Liberalism”
    • reaches the zenith of unfreedom in that embodiment of all political
    • life, that England's national economy became the dominating one. From
    • world-trade, subsequently exerted a dominant influence on the economic
    • life, which arose under the dominating influence of England's economic
    • You see how there play into the economic domain circumstances which
    • begin with, that at the frontiers of the domain of world-economy (if
    • those of economic domains bordering on one another. Relatively
    • speaking, a Science of World-Economy will have to follow. The domain
    • processes which emerge within a closed economic domain, independently
    • to solve is the problem of the closed economic domain — a
    • self-contained domain of one giant economy. For today the very
    • domain, we must see clearly that within the economic domain —
    • absolutely fundamental for the whole economy of a closed domain is the
    • who live in the economic domain. That is something which is simply
    • contained in any economic domain.
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    • economies representing a kind of closed domain. There we shall find
    • economic domain which is “World-Economy.” Loaned money
    • a self-contained economic system. And what does it do in the domain
    • we take the domain of purchase-money, the money will here represent a
    • certain value. In the domain of “gift” on the other hand,
    • the money has, in respect of all that obtains in the domain of
    • into circulation and give it freedom to do what it likes. For we
    • economic domain?
    • domains arise, so far as money is concerned: — the domain of
    • loaned money, the domain of purchase-money and the domain of
    • corrected by the three domains. If purchase-money sets up a
    • cheap money will flow into the other domain, so that on the other side
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    • emerge. The positive may predominate. Let us assume this for a moment.
    • life which comes directly from the soil was predominant; whereas today
    • that economic life predominates which thinks in money — and
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    • distributed over the whole of a “closed” economic domain.
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    • Earth the rays of wisdom. The initiation of Zarathustra was, in
    • ancient wisdom were able to flow. A time came, however, when the
    • had their source in initiation wisdom passed into the hands of
    • wisdom that was imparted to him. In the Roman world there was,
    • art and Greek wisdom, no recognition that these contained elements
    • which could be traced back to the very most ancient wisdom teaching,
    • cosmic wisdom in order to understand the teachings of Paul; for
    • wisdom. Through this he has become a free being. In olden times even
    • Gods. By the attainment of earthly wisdom, and by that alone, is man
    • who would today unfold his life in freedom must first of all be free
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    • Therefore full consciousness and freedom are never there in the
    • freedom. When the dream-like clairvoyance of olden time prevailed,
    • there was no spiritual freedom. Nor is there freedom — there
    • is, at most, belief in freedom — in those affairs of human
    • freedom is born, inasmuch as thoughts have not the power to compel,
    • “Philosophy of Freedom
    • true freedom in the present age. The intellectual age, therefore, had
    • his freedom, man will lose it — lose it to the Ahrimanic
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    • we can meet so seldom, one has naturally the desire to put as much as
    • phenomena of the various kingdoms of Nature. But this is not all. Man
    • his make-up something that he shares with the animal kingdom, and
    • to achieve spiritual wisdom; He sits with his legs crossed under him.
    • Eastern seeker after wisdom desires to find relation with what is
    • how it was with man in the days when he received wisdom from higher
    • Beings, how it was with him later when less and less of the wisdom
    • happens very seldom. But on the rare occasions when we are for a
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    • mineral kingdom, no plant kingdom, no animal kingdom, — a world
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    • kingdoms, mineral, plant and animal, — and we may also add to
    • these the human kingdom, in so far as man's physical being is
    • to say beneath it, a kingdom of beings, who are intimately
    • not of course in that case have had freedom, he would have been moral
    • freedom and desiring nothing better than its complete annihilation,
    • stand to one another, we find that in the mineral kingdom, in the
    • plant kingdom, in the animal kingdom, and even in the human kingdom
    • his development and win his freedom. In an older time man had the
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    • now on Earth — prepare for it by the Wisdom-of-Man and by the
    • word of Christ: “My Kingdom is not of this world”. How
    • kingdom is of this world? No, He did not say that, for He
    • intended gradually to transform the Earth into a Kingdom that should
    • more and more, into a spiritual state. Christ's Kingdom is not as the
    • shall prevail upon the Earth, — such is His Kingdom! And this
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    • Earth the rays of wisdom. The initiation of. Zarathustra was, in
    • ancient wisdom were able to flow. A time came, however, when the
    • had their source in initiation wisdom passed into the hands of
    • wisdom that was imparted to him. In the Roman world there was,
    • art and Greek wisdom, no recognition that these contained elements
    • which could be traced back to the very most ancient wisdom teaching,
    • cosmic wisdom in order to understand the teachings of Paul; for
    • wisdom. Through this he has become a free being. In olden times even
    • Gods. By the attainment of earthly wisdom, and by that alone, is man
    • who would today unfold his life in freedom must first of all be free
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    • Therefore full consciousness and freedom are never there in the
    • freedom. When the dream-like clairvoyance of olden time prevailed,
    • there was no spiritual freedom. Nor is there freedom — there
    • is, at most, belief in freedom — in those affairs of human
    • freedom is born, inasmuch as thoughts have not the power to compel,
    • “Philosophy of Freedom
    • true freedom in the present age. The intellectual age, therefore, had
    • his freedom, man will lose it — lose it to the Ahrimanic
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    • we can meet so seldom, one has naturally the desire to put as much as
    • phenomena of the various kingdoms of Nature. But this is not all. Man
    • his make-up something that he shares with the animal kingdom, and
    • to achieve spiritual wisdom; He sits with his legs crossed under him.
    • Eastern seeker after wisdom desires to find relation with what is
    • how it was with man in the days when he received wisdom from higher
    • Beings, how it was with him later when less and less of the wisdom
    • happens very seldom. But on the rare occasions when we are for a
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    • mineral kingdom, no plant kingdom, no animal kingdom, — a world
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    • kingdoms, mineral, plant and animal, — and we may also add to
    • these the human kingdom, in so far as man's physical being is
    • to say beneath it, a kingdom of beings, who are intimately
    • not of course in that case have had freedom, he would have been moral
    • freedom and desiring nothing better than its complete annihilation,
    • stand to one another, we find that in the mineral kingdom, in the
    • plant kingdom, in the animal kingdom, and even in the human kingdom
    • his development and win his freedom. In an older time man had the
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    • now on Earth — prepare for it by the Wisdom-of-Man and by the
    • word of Christ: “My Kingdom is not of this world”. How
    • kingdom is of this world? No, He did not say that, for He
    • intended gradually to transform the Earth into a Kingdom that should
    • more and more, into a spiritual state. Christ's Kingdom is not as the
    • shall prevail upon the Earth, — such is His Kingdom! And this
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture I: The Event of the Appearance of Christ in the Etheric World
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    • divine-spiritual beings is spoken of in the ancient wisdom as the
    • the kingdom of heaven outside of their own I's, in those spiritual
    • human being had to experience the kingdom of heaven, the spiritual
    • world, at a distance from the I. Now this kingdom of heaven cannot be
    • must experience this kingdom within itself. The kingdom of heaven has
    • kingdom of heaven is at hand,” that is, approaches the I.
    • embrace in the very core of his being, in the I, a kingdom of heaven
    • kingdom of heaven, with the spiritual world. The period when Christ
    • accepted into their I's the connection with the kingdom of heaven. If
    • for them to regain their connection with the kingdom of heaven. It
    • the souls of human beings must take a step upward into the kingdom of
    • in the divine-spiritual light of wisdom with which he must unite
    • The will shall be enkindled by divine wisdom, and the
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    • sublime wisdom that was given to the world by the Seven Holy Rishis
    • Treta Yuga by the wisdom that knows about such things. Later on, it
    • your souls; the kingdoms of heaven are at hand.” A whole world
    • the kingdoms of heaven,” for the human being normally is no
    • into a spiritual world. The kingdoms of heaven had to descend as far
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    • themselves. This wisdom gradually disappeared, but a memory of it
    • the plant, and the mineral kingdoms; that was our error. In reality,
    • points to an archetypal wisdom for humanity. Paul, in contrast, said,
    • ancient wisdom that was still experienced in his time. The Christ
    • growth forces of the plant kingdom, he will be released from the
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture IV: Mysteries of the Universe: Comets and the Moon
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    • kingdom hold good in the strict sense only since the Lemurian epoch
    • being on earth who can direct his countenance with real freedom out
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture V: The Reappearance of Christ in the Etheric
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    • perceived this World-I as manifesting itself in the various kingdoms
    • Christian millennium. It was fundamentally the wisdom of Solomon,
    • that which had spread abroad as the wisdom of Solomon, through which
    • event. It was by means of what man had learned through the wisdom of
    • the wisdom, so to speak, of the higher worlds. In the same way, the
    • from which the initiates bring strength and wisdom for their mission.
    • filling our hearts with wisdom. For those who wish to understand, for
    • For the peculiar thing will be that, through this, wisdom will suffer
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    • souls, for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.” These are words
    • streamed toward him as wisdom from spiritual realms, but he had the
    • domain. He was then in a state of ecstasy; his sense of I was
    • Oriental wisdom refers to those ages in which man still
    • changed, saying “the kingdom of heaven is at hand.” Later
    • “Change the disposition of your soul, for the kingdoms of
    • spirit. Now, however, those who sought the kingdom of heaven could
    • receive new life through the nearness of the kingdom of heaven. These
    • wisdom.
    • bodies in the right way, they will find the kingdom of heaven.”
    • sake, for they will be fulfilled in themselves with the kingdom of
    • is proclaimed that the kingdom of heaven is at hand. In the course of
    • according to the measure of his knowledge, by a spiritual kingdom.
    • The leader in this new kingdom of the spirit will be the etheric
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    • old; I could hear the great leaders who spoke to me from the wisdom
    • so that the kingdom of heaven can draw near.
    • In earlier times one could approach the kingdom of
    • words of John the Baptist, “Repent! for the kingdom of heaven
    • understanding of such faculties. Communicating the fundamental wisdom
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture VIII: The Etheric Vision of the Future
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    • signs have to show them. Wisdom should inflame and enlighten its
    • the wisdom-filled organization of an anthill. There the whole has a
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture IX: The Etherization of the Blood
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    • pole of intellect as that which dominates the waking life, the life
    • welfare and the freedom of human beings. Whatever can be gained in
    • mysticism and to Christian wisdom. The Maitreya Buddha who, in
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture XI: Individual Spirit Beings and the Undivided Foundation of the World: Part 2
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    • through the wisdom-filled guidance of the world: man can grasp nature
    • who are closest to human beings, the spirits belonging to the kingdom
    • of the angeloi, wander about within the human kingdom, because they
    • were thrown out of the spiritual world into the human kingdom and now
    • wisdom can flow down from the spiritual worlds. Only if the spirits
    • of darkness had remained above in the spiritual kingdom would they
    • have become a hindrance to this flow. This flow of spiritual wisdom
    • spiritual world. Man is given his freedom to the highest degree in
    • extent the idea of human freedom must be the testing ground for all
    • rejection of the spiritual world is left to the freedom of the human
    • find their direction in freedom. One should not go any further than
    • such colonizations lay a deep-seated wisdom that was directed and
    • This was another way of bringing spiritual wisdom into
    • this impulse toward freedom must pull itself through all that rules
    • freedom of human feeling (Gemuet) that the antagonist conspires, the
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    • With the old wisdom by which human beings have reached
    • a certain way through the wisdom of the past. I have already pointed
    • Kant called God, freedom, and immortality; Goethe called them
    • or freedom, and immortality are also talked about in an abstract way.
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture XIII: The Three Realms of the Dead: Life Between Death and a New Birth
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    • draw your attention above all to a domain that in a certain respect
    • life. It must be a primary concern that this very domain is closed to
    • the lowest domain, the mineral realm. When he enters the spiritual
    • within a domain of forces that rule this animal realm. It is in a
    • be able to find His domain.
    • kingdom.
    • world, both domestic and international, to promote programs through
  • Title: Rosicrucianism/Initiation: Lecture I: Research into the Life of the Spirit During the Middle Ages
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    • with the Earth existence does Life enter into the domain of that
    • all inwardly; when Darkness dominates Light, to feel weakness,
    • laziness; when Light dominates Darkness, to feel activity. For what
    • is happening really, when you run? When you run, Light predominates
    • Darkness predominates over Light. It is a play of Colour, an activity
  • Title: Rosicrucianism/Initiation: Lecture II: Hidden Centres of the Mysteries in the Middle Ages
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    • wisdom.
    • the soul became filled with wisdom. The pupil of whom I have told you
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    • be placed out-side the kingdom of the divine-spiritual Will that
    • freedom in the soul.
    • evolution of humanity towards freedom is such that the bond between
    • the continuation of the wisdom of that old Initiate by way of the
    • may be able to find for himself in freedom of will what in earlier
    • impulse to freedom was thereby made possible for man from out of the
    • wisdom. Neither is there contained in it much of what we now call
    • when freedom was first beginning to flourish among men. I shall have
  • Title: Rosicrucianism/Initiation: Lecture IV: The Relationship of Earthly Man to the Sun
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    • When men are speaking of knowledge nowadays it is very seldom that
    • from out of the mineral and plant kingdoms, and the Sun then to
    • the kingdoms of the Earth. Thus — they thought — should
    • earthly kingdoms: mineral kingdom, plant kingdom, animal kingdom,
    • human kingdom. This was the picture of how Man stood in the world.
    • Faust in whom Rosicrucian wisdom was living, then we learn how he too
    • — has gone over into the kingdom of the Sun; the Sun has become
  • Title: Rosicrucianism/Initiation: Lecture V: Occult Schools in the 18th and First Half of the 19th Century
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    • twilight. It is difficult to find any trace of that old wisdom in
    • reality. Much of the ancient wisdom has nevertheless maintained a
    • nineteenth century and are really survivals of the ancient wisdom.
    • pupils — who carried on the ancient wisdom, preserving it in
    • orientation to the wisdom that has survived from olden times, and
    • ancient primeval treasures of wisdom were still present, of which the
    • And in the most varied domains of life knowledge was still derived
    • mineral kingdom itself they come together in crystallisation. When
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    • only man can assimilate it. They enhanced into true Wisdom what for
    • true spiritual hero of Freedom; He lets men do, and He then takes
    • to arise out of human freedom. But when man does things out of
    • spiritual activity or inner freedom, consciously or unconsciously
    • what man discovers in the human and animal and plant kingdoms
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    • So we can look with understanding and reverence upon the wisdom-filled
    • blood-sulphur as freedom, or initiative, as the strength of his will.
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    • individual case; modern professors seldom have ideas!) But if he has
    • Wisdom what for the others was only Science. Holding it in their
    • of Freedom; he lets men do, and he then takes what becomes of human
    • freedom. But when man does things out of spiritual activity or inner
    • freedom, consciously or unconsciously kindled by the reading of the
    • what man discovers in the human and animal and plant kingdoms
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    • super-sensible wisdom and knowledge will flow increasingly from the
    • stream into the human soul receptiveness for spiritual wisdom. Thus we
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    • stars. A deep wisdom lies in this, coming out of an age in which men
    • wisdom in the whole world process, manifested in our being able to
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    • but we are seldom conscious of it. Out of those abundant and
    • disparity between the human being and the omnipotent wisdom of the
    • ever and again into my kingdom. Look! if you've killed a hundred with
    • giants will soon be coming back into my kingdom. You must help me
    • they are able to combine the richest spiritual wisdom with the
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    • the sources of our explanation from anthroposophical wisdom; that is,
    • occur to us but must be willing to recognize anthroposophical wisdom
    • remain poor and retain his wisdom. So the king now went to his friend
    • a wicked witch who lived in a forest on the edge of his domain. The
    • certain wisdom. Through strength, through the giant in man,
    • beings around us who bring wisdom into everything, who regulate
    • beings who bring wisdom into the activity of the world. These are the
    • forces that otherwise dominate people's lives. He will then tell
    • however, we can very seldom find anyone who can relate things from a
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    • age. Today, therefore, Necessity and Freedom are mingled; they work
    • by my own inner freedom, can make of myself something which I was not
    • normal course of man's development give him his freedom — give
    • he already knew the kingdoms of Nature — he knew them in their
    • — then he must attain by dint of inner strength the freedom from
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    • of wisdom. This we receive through the experiences of the Moon Beings
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    • have the wisdom that is acquired with such pains in childhood and
    • adolescence, a wisdom which in this materialistic age is, to speak
    • truly, an unwisdom. He lived directly within the wisdom of Jupiter; he
    • lived in the wisdom of Jupiter because he could unite with the Moon
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    • freedom. The development of freedom necessarily involved a decline in
    • true inner freedom and are ripe to pass on to what should follow the
    • age of freedom. Decidedly we cannot say so. Nevertheless a sufficient
    • shall be met out of the very freedom which men have gained with
    • different ways and it lies in the freedom of mankind to turn to good
    • Illum'd with royal Jupiter's all-wisdom
    • Illum'd with royal Jupiter's all-wisdom
    • Illum'd with royal Jupiter's all-wisdom,
    • wisdom had passed through these Temple spaces! Now that the flames
    • And it is so with many things. Very much of what is now human wisdom
    • Illum'd with royal Jupiter's all-wisdom
    • Thus you see, what was a mighty revelation of instinctive wisdom
    • wisdom and the cosmic light. Man will learn to read once more in the
    • wisdom which lived and shed its light in the ancient Mysteries.
    • spirit-filled wisdom of the world. It has been carried forth and we
  • Title: Significant Facts: Lecture I: A Convulsive Element in Humanity in the Nineteenth Century
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    • to acquire the wisdom that will lead his soul into the spiritual
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    • of wisdom yielded by atavistic clairvoyance and of knowledge gained
    • ancient, primeval wisdom in earth-evolution. For example, the ancient
    • wisdom that was misused in the Lemurian epoch and perished with the
    • Lemurians; the wisdom that was then misused in the Atlantean epoch
    • then among men? What was it, in reality? To say that the great wisdom
    • wisdom in the last periods of the Lemurian epoch. Whence had it come?
    • time of evolving any outstanding wisdom. But in that Lemurian age a
    • very lofty altogether extraordinary wisdom existed. For example,
    • Atlantean epoch? First and foremost there was the wisdom which must
    • domains it is so. In his novel “The Mahaguru” Gutzkow
    • wanted to indicate something of the kind in an important domain. He
    • today — which is fully justified in the purely physical domain.
    • beginning of the gradual evolution of freedom. He was led and
    • too far along the path to freedom, who were responsible for the fall
    • the constantly increasing freedom of will, man would have been unfit
    • attained freedom to an extent that would enable him still to misuse
    • the present time in the domain of science, for everyone allows things
    • this principle applies in the scientific domain you can gather from
    • have ever entered the kingdom of heaven has as high a place as a man
    • pious, and not one of the fools who have ever entered the kingdom of
  • Title: Significant Facts: Lecture III: The Tragic Wrestling with Knowledge. The Secrets of the Future Sixth Cultural Period.
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    • external observation, in a domain that is extraordinarily
    • investigations are made in the domains of chemistry or physics where
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    • the guide to wisdom, not the guiding force of thought, but, rather,
    • wisdom: During the day we see light with the physical body, at night we
    • Odysseus, Idomeneus, Menelaus; sing of how events appear, not from the
    • must be comprehended; it was necessary in our freedom-endowed fifth
    • made him so great. True, man in his freedom had to experience those
    • dome.”
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    • but wisdom. For wisdom is no longer artistic, wisdom leads into the
    • of passing into the formlessness of pure wisdom. If one attains the
    • of the picture approaches the realm of wisdom. And the more one is able
    • to express, in the sensory world, this wisdom-filled realm, and the
    • rising into the realm of wisdom, we see that
    • toward, the realm of wisdom; and we feel that, were she to rise still
    • Goethe speaks of a triad: wisdom, semblance and power. Art is the middle
    • term: semblance, the beautiful; wisdom is formless knowledge; virtue
    • picture we see wisdom not yet transcendent, radiating artistically
    • of wisdom. Below, he comes to the brink of the other abyss. For as
    • as he progresses in freedom the possibility of tragedy diminishes and
    • the daimonic towards freedom. The irony is that the more we get rid
    • then the will also becomes free. These are polaric contrasts in freedom:
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    • remain asleep any longer, more particularly in the domain of
    • simply because we thereby experience the martyrdom the spirit has to
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    • absolute freedom, though this freedom must include the free creative
    • Waldorf School, for though there is freedom everywhere you will find
    • its very freedom excellent because it is bound up with real true
    • it can be seen that freedom must prevail in the school. Indeed it
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    • kingdom. Minerals should not be introduced till twelfth year. History
    • the plant and animal kingdoms. Other subjects I shall speak of later.
    • about the plant and animal kingdoms which one can use in teaching.
    • This intimate relationship between the mineral earth kingdom and the
    • that is spread out in the animal kingdom. We can express it like
    • all the animals within him. The animal kingdom is a man spread out,
    • and man is the animal kingdom drawn together; all the animals are
    • the whole animal kingdom.
    • found in the animal kingdom even in external form is present also in
    • the human kingdom. Indeed this is the way man can find his
    • relationship to the animal kingdom, by coming to know that the
    • exists again as a giant human being. The whole animal kingdom is a
    • animal would arise. Thus man bears the whole animal kingdom within
    • how the history of the animal kingdom used to be taught in olden
    • you have the principle of the animal kingdom as I wished to put it
    • from. this you will see that you can teach about the animal kingdom
    • child grows with all the kingdoms of the earth. He no longer merely
    • will know that man unites within himself the whole animal kingdom, he
    • but he will think of the whole animal kingdom as the great analysis
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    • basis of wisdom for later life. Simple colour exercises. A Waldorf
    • will be a noticeable connection between the wisdom of such a man in
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    • psychologists. The rhythmic system in man, predominant in second
    • but the fantasy that is predominantly active; we must constantly be
    • is predominant in man; thus between the change of teeth and puberty
    • task in this domain and was particularly gifted for it.]
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    • body of wisdom that had really perished with Hippocrates.
    • been lost inasmuch as the ancient medical wisdom has been filtered
    • unique and not to be found in the other kingdoms of nature. Forces
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    • subconsciously through your heart, what goes on in the lower abdomen.
    • irregularity, whenever there is a predominance of either the upper or
    • form in various abdominal diseases. And conversely, neurasthenia may
    • all the other processes of the abdominal sphere. Such processes have
    • prerequisite. But unfortunately this predominance of the activity of
    • the human organism. As you will observe, such processes are dominated
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    • combining practice with sound principles, in the domain of
    • vegetable, animal and especially the mineral kingdoms.
    • discover among the products of the vegetable kingdom, the exact forces
    • mineral kingdom. The mineral kingdom was envisaged merely as being
    • mineral kingdom, a changing over of substance occurring at some
    • animal life to man, and another, descending to the mineral kingdom.
    • kingdom, but somewhere in the middle kingdoms of nature. There would
    • power in the whole domestic economy of the human organism, to use a
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    • defective abdominal functions in man.
    • simply abdominal processes pushed back. And this reversal of processes
    • mineral kingdom that we must set free the forces opposed to the action
    • of the external forces of that kingdom.
    • and so are the contents of the abdomen and pelvis; entrails, all of
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    • has discarded and released the other natural kingdoms out of his own
    • and abdomen, in relation to the upper organs, by studying the oyster:
    • animal kingdom.
    • kingdom; it has the forces that sprout into vegetation.
    • kingdom.
    • All plants tend to make some one organ particularly predominant. Take
    • the pineapple, which tends to make its stem predominant, or indeed any
    • we cannot restrict ourselves to the lower abdominal regions.
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    • through the abdomen as well as in all functions of evacuation
    • domain of medicine, it is a fact that whatever remedy is prescribed,
    • antipathies, we arrive at a true reverence for primeval wisdom. I can
    • assure you that I should not reverence the ancient wisdom, had I not
    • able to attain. The reverence for ancient wisdom that grows on the
    • positions in the extra-telluric universe. What the ancient wisdom of
    • and animal kingdoms to extra-telluric forces. And as I indicated
    • also within that sphere: but with the animal kingdom we leave the
    • extra-telluric domain. Those forces that lead to the formation of
    • minerals are also within that sphere: but with the animal kingdom we
    • planetary extra-telluric domain. Those forces that lead to the
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    • The dominant influences in youth are those of the outer planets,
    • insight into the nature of, e.g., pneumonia or abdominal typhus, if we
    • cosmic action dominates the cellular principle. In the light of this
    • that of iron — becomes too active and predominates. In some diseases
    • the vegetable kingdom, as you will see later on.
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    • the whole plant-kingdom because one now begins to realise what takes
    • blossom are akin to that which lies deep within the abdomen or in the
    • neighbourhood of the abdominal wall.
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    • but into the mineral kingdom as well. You will find that the same
    • hidden the astronomical domain in the external world as well as in the
    • akin to the extra-telluric, i.e. the astronomical domain, there is a
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    • substances which tend to the mineral kingdom, i.e., silicic acid, work
    • kingdoms of nature in himself; in addition to the human kingdom, there
    • evolutionary stages, with all the other kingdoms of nature. Indeed in
    • kingdoms outside, and are able to reabsorb what is needful for us once
    • that in the course of evolution we have detached the mineral kingdom
    • one-sided. Nevertheless the vegetable kingdom retains for us its
    • the mineral kingdom. At the same time, we must bear in mind that the
    • dominion of the planets and stellar constellations. Centrally, as an
    • ought not to be two separated domains. For that reason the themes of
    • or resists, from the dominance or the reverse — which is allotted to
    • deep reverence for the primary wisdom, and to listen with very
    • coincidence with the primary wisdom; but my statements are never
    • ancient wisdom. I should never myself consider it admissible to
    • primary wisdom. But that is a question which naturally must be
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    • we reached a domain very far distant from our starting
    • the animal kingdom, are in perpetual motion away from the earth,
    • vegetable kingdom from mankind.
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    • chapter, the wisdom of the blackbird — or of other birds, who act in
    • insufficiently strong for the dominance of the process of sugar
    • we must search for in the mineral kingdom itself, in order to cure
    • all that solidifies in the planetary realm. We share but seldom in
    • virtue of sulphur. Now sulphur is within the mineral kingdom that
    • other organs of the human abdomen. The spleen is but little associated
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    • water and you will stimulate forces in the lower abdomen, which will
    • abdomen, which regulate evacuation.” Such rules are illuminating for
    • vigorous, or harm may ensue. Here is the domain in which owing to
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    • abdominal region; in that area it unites itself most closely with the
    • the body. If we rub the lower abdomen with etherised chlorophyll we
    • character of the abdomen. They would never have sought for the primary
    • abdomen are crudely material and need not be seriously considered. But
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    • throat and lungs from blending with those of abdomen and breast,
    • area is created in the abdomen, which should not be localised there,
    • poisoning, a toxication of the lower abdominal
    • regions. The functions proper to the lower abdominal sphere can no
    • the upper sphere, something is provoked in man that becomes abdominal
    • easily envisage the symptomatology of typhus abdominalis if you keep
    • abdominalis before you.
    • abdomen, these diseased conditions are exteriorised and “thrown off”
    • lower abdominal sphere. And in the blue and blue-violet parts you can
    • particular processes of the lower abdominal sphere. This sphere is the
    • which gives rise to a powerful reflection in the lower abdominal
    • a mirror and replica in the abdominal parts. So if the cosmic
    • configurations act forcibly on the lower abdominal sphere in the
    • predominance of the salt-process; early middle life is predominantly a
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    • force, within the human abdomen. This relieves the head, drawing
    • of certain forces towards the abdomen, as I have already described,
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    • sense activities of the eye. But as soon as we enter the domain of the
    • collaboration of liver, spleen and other abdominal organs actually
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    • Particularly in this domain we must refrain from jumping to
    • strictly medical domain. In the education of incompletely developed
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    • for freedom, which, nursed by the suppression he laboured under in
    • freedom. The struggle with these impulses, which Schiller lived out
    • in the region of the abdomen and limbs, a poorly developed etheric
    • interest. We shall see in it a distorted image of the highest wisdom;
    • if we want to accomplish anything in the domain of Curative
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    • is that you should come to see how in this domain too, sound
    • In one domain, and in
    • domains. The eye is regarded, as you know, in physics as a
    • engaged in that wisdom filled building activity; we spent it all
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    • is, as you see, indeed the case that in every domain diagnosis and
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    • seldom occur. We shall have to find what we can learn, not from the
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    • still believed that the animal kingdom inscribes into Nature all
    • generally occurs only in the lower animal kingdom. These are
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    • observations in the domain of medicine.
    • the spiritual domain as we are accustomed to apply our modern
    • scientific methods to the material domain. Now it might appear
    • only apply natural law to the mineral kingdom. We cannot say
    • already the case with regard to the vegetable kingdom.
    • circumference. When we come to the vegetable kingdom, then we
    • are already active in the vegetable kingdom. We look at the
    • more complicated. At the present time a longing is dominating
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    • plant-kingdom in the spring; for the plants, as well as human
    • human organism stands in relation to the three kingdoms of
    • kingdoms — from which we have of course to extract our
    • present in the three kingdoms of Nature outside man is, in
    • and senses predominates over all the others. It is, moreover,
    • but when we come to consider the domain of therapeutics much
    • and “abdominal organisation:”
    • abdomen. But that is a very unjust statement. For without
    • within the domain of the physical body — to receive its
    • domains of Anthroposophy; to begin with, there will be
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    • common with the animal kingdom, but he excels all other
    • kingdoms of Nature in the surrounding world inasmuch as he
    • metabolic-limb system predominates, it also works too
    • kingdom. The senses of man, as we know them, did not exist.
    • mineral kingdom was the latest of the kingdoms to evolve
    • result of a state of evolution when the mineral kingdom and the
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    • before coming to definite observations in the domain of
    • applied just as seriously to the spiritual domain as we are
    • material domain. Now it might appear to begin with to many
    • apply natural law to the mineral kingdom. We cannot say —
    • case with regard to the vegetable kingdom.
    • the vegetable kingdom, then we must say that the entire globe
    • the vegetable kingdom. We look at the plants springing up out
    • complicated. At the present time a longing is dominating the
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    • we behold the growing and blossoming plant-kingdom in the
    • three kingdoms of Nature in the outer world — the
    • mineral, plant and animal kingdoms — from which we have
    • how everything that is present in the three kingdoms of Nature
    • the organisation of nerves and senses predominates over all the
    • but when we come to consider the domain of therapeutics much
    • ‘chest-organisation,’ and ‘abdominal
    • abdomen. But that is a very unjust statement. For without
    • domain of the physical body — to receive its material
    • this as in all other domains of Anthroposophy; to begin with,
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    • common with the animal kingdom, but he excels all other
    • kingdoms of Nature in the surrounding world inasmuch as he
    • system predominates, it also works too strongly — works
    • respects, still spiritually higher than the animal kingdom. The
    • because the mineral kingdom was the latest of the kingdoms to
    • result of a state of evolution when the mineral kingdom and the
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    • been accumulated in the domain of biology, physiology, and other
    • shall be able to perceive them also in the vegetable kingdom. The
    • mineral kingdom alone appears purely physical to us. In it we can
    • four principles either predominates too strongly or is too much
    • position to find man's relation to the various kingdoms of Nature,
    • kingdoms contain.
    • which is too weak, and the etheric body therefore predominates. The
    • At this point, then, where the etheric body predominates, the human
    • predominance of the etheric body, which is not suppressed by a
    • predominate — supposing that they are so strong that they
    • predominate practically throughout the entire organism, so that there
    • predominates. In short, the symptoms are those of exophthalmic goitre.
    • Suppose we take first the mineral kingdom.
    • A considerable part of our healing agents are taken from this kingdom,
    • Again, if we take the vegetable kingdom, plants do not only possess a
    • Everything derived from the animal kingdom, in whatever way it may be
    • Indeed, even as regards the animal kingdom, we can no longer speak of
    • from the plant kingdom, or one must restrain the etheric body, and in
    • that case one makes use of the animal kingdom.
    • kingdom.
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    • been accumulated in the domain of biology, physiology, and other
    • shall be able to perceive them also in the vegetable kingdom. The
    • mineral kingdom alone appears purely physical to us. In it we can
    • four principles either predominates too strongly or is too much
    • position to find man's relation to the various kingdoms of Nature,
    • kingdoms contain.
    • which is too weak, and the etheric body therefore predominates. The
    • At this point, then, where the etheric body predominates, the human
    • predominance of the etheric body, which is not suppressed by a
    • predominate — supposing that they are so strong that they
    • predominate practically throughout the entire organism, so that there
    • predominates. In short, the symptoms are those of exophthalmic goitre.
    • Suppose we take first the mineral kingdom.
    • A considerable part of our healing agents are taken from this kingdom,
    • Again, if we take the vegetable kingdom, plants do not only possess a
    • Everything derived from the animal kingdom, in whatever way it may be
    • Indeed, even as regards the animal kingdom, we can no longer speak of
    • from the plant kingdom, or one must restrain the etheric body, and in
    • that case one makes use of the animal kingdom.
    • kingdom.
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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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    • only instruments through whom that ancient wisdom was
    • is how the old wisdom of the ancient oracles was revealed,
    • reflection of the Sun-wisdom could be transmitted because it
    • realm dominated the thinking of human beings. Most of them
    • bearer of the great wisdom.
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    • intellectual wisdom, is further developed. Indeed, when we
    • a Dominican, but that all
    • wisdom which is the primordial wisdom of the Great Avatar, of
    • earth the very wisdom that passes from the Sun to the earth.
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    • Great Leader. Their education was guided with wisdom and
    • him all the wisdom necessary to bring about clairvoyance in
    • Nicholas Copernicus. The wisdom once possessed by Nicholas of
    • evolution of Christendom, strange developments take place
    • Franciscans, Dominicans, and all other personalities of that
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    • led mankind astray and, on the other, gave it freedom.
    • Assisi and the great Dominicans who reflected the wonderful
    • theory and practice. Of the great Dominicans, St. Thomas Aquinas
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    • that every philosophy must be traced back to the wisdom of
    • great thinkers who preferred intellectual work to the wisdom
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    • wisdom, the Masters of Wisdom and of the Harmony of
    • mighty tree of post-Atlantean knowledge and wisdom, emanated
    • call of the Masters of Wisdom and of the Harmony of Feelings.
    • these Masters of Wisdom and of the Harmony of Feelings are at
    • times, today the Masters of Wisdom and of the Harmony of
    • wisdom. But, in addition, they were also able to experience
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    • wisdom. These insights were built into the Easter symbols,
    • oriental regions happy with his deep wisdom. Since this
    • wisdom had sprung from the primeval wells of spiritual
    • ancient wisdom of the divine-spiritual worlds that had
    • grasping the comprehensive wisdom taught by Buddha. He was
    • gradual approach can we grasp the primeval wisdom contained
    • little by little can we get an idea of the wisdom expressed
    • heights of wisdom by engaging ourselves in the ritual of
    • profound wisdom. They are not invented legends, but a truth
    • earthly existence. Likewise, all ancient Schools of Wisdom
    • strives to develop itself from within. And if, as the wisdom
    • human being who strives for wisdom. The human being strives
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    • Kashyapa had encompassed all the wisdom of the Orient with
    • Shakyamuni's deep well of wisdom or of preserving what
    • mankind from the primordial wisdom of the world.
    • world wisdom would appear in the form of the Maitreya-Buddha
    • who understands such wisdom expects the reappearance of
    • We will be able to get a presentiment of the deep wisdom that
    • wisdom of the world, but there will not be a disciple present
    • to absorb such wisdom. If the course of the world had
    • knowledgeable individuals of oriental wisdom, then, were
    • make the comprehension of primordial wisdom possible again in
    • primeval wisdom of the spiritual world from which they have
    • wisdom of the world by looking back at it in the light of
    • of wisdom stream and flow into what humanity has gained as a
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    • traditional wisdom blindly. Yet that which today constitutes
    • proclaims wisdom that has been investigated today. It was
    • accumulated wisdom can today be proclaimed as Spiritual
    • community. The wisdom of the fifth cultural period will open
    • spiritual wisdom.
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    • rises in the wisdom that permeates our spiritual thinking.
    • normal human beings, the Masters of Wisdom and of the Harmony
    • and wisdom. That, however, resulted in human beings'
    • further than the wisdom received from the Holy Rishis. That
    • greet the Christ as the new Star of Wisdom. Zarathustra had
    • exist today, the Masters of Wisdom and of the Harmony of
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    • spiritual wisdom, genuine brotherliness, and true humanity.
    • to cultivate ancient wisdom and to preserve the treasures of
    • primordial wisdom. In the outside world, wherever people
    • lofty stage of wisdom and intellectual power had the effect
    • searched for truth could find both religion and wisdom in the
    • mystery schools; here, religion and wisdom were one. Using a
    • Atlantean Oracles and their centers of wisdom, spiritual life
    • investigation and occult wisdom in ancient Atlantis, but
    • Wisdom varied from one oracle to another according to the
    • wisdom of the seven oracles in Atlantis coalesced. The adepts
    • spiritual wisdom.
    • initiates. And then he attracted through his wisdom a number
    • wisdom.
    • Initiate sent these seven bearers of wisdom to India where
    • such people the seven bearers of wisdom could speak. They
    • clairvoyant etheric body: the wisdom of the Akasha Chronicle.
    • This second disciple was Moses, and you can find the wisdom
    • was Zarathustra's wisdom that Hermes, the founder of
    • disciple, to whom Zarathustra had given wisdom through the
    • between the world's primordial spiritual wisdom and
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    • it. Within the stone circles the Druid sought his science, his wisdom
    • — his Sun-wisdom and also his Nature-wisdom. The actions and
    • there that the Druid sought his science, his knowledge, his wisdom;
    • there that he sought his Sun-wisdom but also his Nature-wisdom.
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    • freedom. The old mood of soul, with its instinctively experienced
    • Earth, which had enabled the old Initiates to attain their star-wisdom
    • of consciousness in which freedom can dawn. What we call today our
    • freedom. Had men never attained this pure-thinking — which is
    • of freedom.
    • to find the original forces for the unfolding of freedom. This quality
    • freedom is to be found. Try to realize what human evolution has really
    • restored by an effort of will; and as a result the wisdom of the stars
    • spiritual wisdom which makes it solid and permanent; if then I look
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    • present age of freedom we must resolve out of our own free knowledge
    • predominantly in more or less abstract ideas or at the best in shadowy
    • at all of the extraordinary significance of the wisdom that lay within
    • of his sleep, and also slept deeply. In this present age of freedom,
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    • Their wisdom was an unconscious memory of the Sun and Moon elements in
    • Druid Mysteries was a Sun-Initiation, bound up with Moon-wisdom.
    • conceptions of medicine and remedies. The primeval wisdom once
    • the Earth-evolution itself there once existed a primordial wisdom. But
    • this primordial wisdom did not, of course, consist of concepts which,
    • there live Beings who were once the founders of the primordial wisdom
    • who were once the founders of the primordial wisdom among Earth men.
    • was in its prime. In the orbit of wisdom that points to the divine
    • in a deeper sense, into a primordial wisdom, Druid wisdom. This Druid
    • wisdom was really an unconscious echo, a kind of unconscious memory of
    • become Moon wisdom through the Sun-Initiation. What was the purpose of
    • inner qualities of the Sun element so far as he needed the wisdom that
    • the wisdom had still the character of a Nature-force — for the
    • their right limits in the kingdoms of Nature. The chosen places where
    • plant kingdom. Then they observed what happened to the plants when
    • Thus in that time the ancient primeval wisdom which the Moon Beings,
    • Moon — this primeval wisdom was preserved through Beings that
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    • cosmos, or if you had the same thoughts about some domain of life
    • to whom we read the spiritual wisdom which has now been brought to
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    • this is very seldom carried out; for a man who really has an
    • occupation to which he is devoted will seldom have the power of
    • what happened a long time before birth. In this domain there is a
    • in such a way that we actually interfere with their freedom, but
    • but seldom that anyone is able through his spiritual teaching to look
    • immeasurably great and filled with wisdom. That wisdom is often much
    • mistrust such persons, because in this domain forces may be drawn upon
    • sense. Thus the investigations in this domain are least of all subject
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    • Christendom, the “Gemuets”* of men were still sensitive
    • picture of man. This soul element was predominant in the fourth
    • Therefore esoteric wisdom has always recognized the essential being of
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    • today and indeed dominates our culture: it devotes its ideas entirely
    • superstition, whereas it is considered great wisdom simply to count
    • would be able to work inspiringly on all domains of human life.
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    • side and the perception of the general mineral kingdom on the other.
    • dominated everything, they have forgotten the connection of singing
    • configuration of the animal kingdom, streams back to the Earth on the
    • Mark you, after man has once achieved his freedom in the age of
    • with the cosmos. But once man has come to experience his freedom and
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    • “Light,” spiritual wisdom was meant. It designated that
    • and there enters from outside a wisdom-filled moral element,
    • develop — not an open sense for wisdom, which in accordance with
    • the ancient Mystery wisdom had been required of him during the time of
    • ancient wisdom all sorts of things were undertaken that induced men to
    • of light as Wisdom, that is, at midsummer they spoke in a certain way
    • that was perceived as wisdom in the most ancient Mysteries, namely,
    • all winter wisdom. What pertains to summer wisdom must take a
    • was replaced by the concept of “Wisdom” [called
    • Here you have the four Platonic concepts of virtue: Wisdom [Prudence],
    • for only in this way can he unfold his freedom. Yet it nevertheless
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    • In the domain of Education, particularly, attention will have to be
    • predominant influence. Lucifer is connected with all those experiences
    • of the wisdom contained in the legend. Faust must bind himself to
    • very much closer to the wisdom of Nature and the manifestations of
    • Nature. They approached the wisdom of Nature without theology, and
    • living feeling of being led on to wisdom by the Sphinx. It is quite
    • to the Divine Wisdom of the world, but he sets out to study, to
    • blood. The search for wisdom has become a nerve-process; modern
    • theology is a nerve-process. But this means that wisdom is shackled to
    • imprisonment of wisdom in the nerve-process, the premonition arose at
    • theologian striving for wisdom; doubts torment him and because he
    • by enriching the Ego with the wisdom that can be born only from
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    • influence predominates, when Lucifer makes his forces felt in the
    • surrender ourselves to her, she annuls our freedom, we become her
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    • takes place in the moral domain. And this requires a very special
    • we might call inner human wisdom – in such a way that inner
    • human wisdom unites itself through inwardness of vision with cosmic
    • vibrant with love, another wholly with wisdom, and another wholly
    • borne by love, illuminated by wisdom and warmed by steadfast
    • I would in freedom dedicate my life.
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    • In Manala’s lowest kingdom,
    • predominant inbreathing-process tends toward mental representation,
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    • indication of our having abandoned the domain of the truly
    • has to learn in this domain must derive purely from what is learnt
    • Will be the dome of a vast
    • produce is no longer in the domain of art at all – and this
    • He felt above him the vast indifferent dome and
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    • recitation must predominate: what is relevant here is the
    • speech-formation, is to make the will predominant. It is mainly
    • Interminably domed.
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    • apply our hearts unto wisedome.
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    • Freedom is more than a word, more than the base
    • Freedom is more than a word.
    • Image of freedom out of their rude and stubborn
    • wisdom, its wonderful formation of feeling and its impulses of
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    • the point where man in his freedom started to feel himself a sheath
    • proper artistic domain. He can only achieve his aim if he leads the
    • Is seldom rent;
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    • necessary preparatory stage of freedom: but we also speak of the
    • To win his freedom and flee to the
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    • mineral, plant, and animal kingdoms, belongs as much to ourselves as
    • ‘My kingdom is not of this world.’ We can exaggerate the
    • tempter who wished to give Him ‘all the kingdoms of the world
    • the whole earth is his domain, then we should have the very picture
    • picture of ‘King Jesus’, this Ruler over all the kingdoms
    • the kingdoms of the earth. And the whole danger that issues from the
    • Will-element completely, in so far is the concept of the dominion of
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    • indeed attained to the power of love and to freedom, but through it
    • which the human soul longs: immortality, and wisdom or moral
    • the kingdom of Grace. That which transcends nature, which like nature
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    • and king in the domain of his city — when we let all this work
    • the feeling dominant among the Greeks. Just as strongly as the Greek
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    • Many a person who pronounces a word of wisdom which in its proper
    • period; during the Sun period the Spirits of Wisdom worked further
    • the domain of the Phantom and permeate it. As when we pour a coloured
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    • Jesus increased in wisdom and stature, and in favour with God and
    • can increase, i.e., in wisdom; in everything wherein an etheric body
    • takes for his nutrition from the animal, plant, and mineral kingdoms.
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    • kingdom, and yet raises itself above this kingdom as a higher being
    • down to the mineral kingdom and say: ‘Certainly I was destined
    • Father-God. But just as the Ego, for the sake of freedom, had to
    • to the Act of Golgotha. Through this alone the freedom of man, the
    • may feel free beings, but we may never forget that for this freedom
    • not be able to lay hold of the thought of freedom without the thought
    • of Redemption through Christ: only then is the thought of freedom
    • thanks to Christ for our freedom. Then only can we really perceive
    • will very willingly acknowledge that their freedom was won by Christ.
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    • the “Spirits of Wisdom”, the “Spirits of Movement”, the
    • view. Of what domain did the Luciferic Spirits lay hold during the
    • Spirits of Wisdom imbued man with the ether- or life-body. And on the
    • freedom — but therewith the possibility of evil-doing, of succumbing
    • freedom. The evil brought by the Ahrimanic Spirits can be shed in the
    • self-conscious freedom. Lucifer is in very truth present in the being
    • can come to know Christ, he can gather all wisdom to this end. What
    • Christ, when he absorbs the wisdom which begets insight into what
    • brought man freedom, also make it possible for him, if he so wills, to
    • wrong done to the earth by them is changed into blessing. Freedom has
    • wisdom-inwoven. Christ Himself foretold that this Spirit would come to
    • spiritual science? It is the wisdom of the Spirit, the wisdom that
    • Golgotha are they who as the “Masters of Wisdom and of the Harmony of
    • is the mighty Teacher of those we name the “Masters of Wisdom and of
    • wisdom flow down to mankind in this or that stream upon the earth. The
    • treasures of wisdom gathered together by the spiritual scientific
    • grow in goodness, strength and wisdom and will gaze with ever
    • immediately around him too much of the esoteric wisdom, so that this
    • age to age — the Spirit who has brought man freedom will appear again
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    • independent being, with a measure of inner freedom. The consequence
    • attain freedom. Had there been no Luciferic influence, the conditions
    • outspread before man; the mineral, plant and animal kingdoms would
    • three lower kingdoms of nature lay around him; the physical world
    • the kingdoms of nature around him. The earth is the arena of man's
    • are hindrances to occult investigation and in the domain of which we
    • domain is constituted by the methods and trend of modern materialistic
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    • the age of the new, later human race. In the domain of communal life,
    • spiritual, will be dominant in the new race.
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    • the kingdom and patience of Jesus Christ, was in the isle that is
    • to believe with inner freedom of soul. Therefore, what formerly took
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    • for this is verily divine wisdom, revelation of divine wisdom.
    • Documents of wisdom are given to us in these books. Our understanding
    • the wisdom of this utterance, that his whole attitude of mind and
    • feeling is filled with the wisdom which it contains: The Highest
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    • its freedom from art, he is led indeed to a marvellous knowledge of
    • intellectuality must here be allowed to pass over into the domain of
    • nebula are said to be the origin of all the kingdoms of Nature, even
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    • the sense of oriental wisdom it is absolutely correct) in the form of
    • freedom. He did not cram their brains or try to make them into
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    • the most important domain of civilized life, we must count upon what
    • before this spiritual life when we learn to know what wisdom, what
    • beginning of historical life a universal, penetrating wisdom
    • wisdom, but it flowed to mankind through revelation, through a kind
    • acknowledge. It will not recognize that a primal wisdom was bestowed
    • revelation of primeval wisdom is no more to be found — a fact
    • progress consists in the fact that the primal wisdom no longer comes
    • to him without activity on his part but that he must attain to wisdom
    • with the growth of the impulse of human freedom which is at present
    • revelation which locked within itself the deepest of all wisdom.
    • of primeval wisdom, the necessity to attain wisdom by man's own
    • wisdom to spiritual life. None of the three exist to-day nor would
    • this revolt in human nature express itself? The old primeval wisdom
    • The concept of Faith only arose when the primeval wisdom no longer
    • — the primeval wisdom. And this primal spiritual wisdom
    • his task to understand these forces out of his spiritual wisdom and
    • consciousness of inner freedom in the being of man. Then, indeed, man
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    • an outstanding symptom, in reality dominates every sphere, and is the
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    • as we do within the human and not in the animal kingdom, we have to
    • the child's freedom? This is a question that is practically never
    • appears in full freedom as a quality of soul about the twentieth
    • so when we regard the thinking which dominates the present age as the
    • times, all wisdom, all science was a paraphrase of the sentence
    • freedom. You see one has also to value elements that were not present
    • freedom with full consciousness and this would not have been possible
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    • in the animal is a mighty act of wisdom. While the cow digests it is
    • will seldom happen that a child of four expresses a wish to be a
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    • imaginative element must dominate all that the child is given to do;
    • rhythmic system that predominates in the child's organic nature during
    • of spiritual freedom, it is just as fully subject to law as the life
    • is rightly to use his freedom in later life.
    • which, as we have seen, must be pre-dominant in the earlier years.
    • how irrelevant fidgeting changes into movements dominated by
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    • predominantly developed; and finally the species of fishes,
    • were, the animal kingdom as a human being spread out in diversity over
    • being the synthesis of the animal kingdom.
    • that he stands rightly in the world through wisdom. A living intelligence
    • the perfecting and the synthesis of the animal kingdom.
    • brings wisdom, and a living conception of his relation to the animals
    • wisdom on the one hand and on the other through a purposeful strength
    • of thought through a comprehension of the kingdom of the plants. For
    • to impart sound wisdom and strength of will; to the human being. This
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    • a study of the animal kingdom as I spoke of in yesterday's lecture
    • hand, the study of the plant kingdom, the rudiments of writing and reading
    • hand, all that is learnt of man's relation to the animal kingdom
    • Whereas lessons on the plant and animal kingdoms should be given at a
    • highest stages of instruction. And we can apply to the domain of
    • human being a living synthesis of the whole animal kingdom, he is
    • everything we say must enter the domains of feeling and will in
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    • mineral kingdom in any other form than this injures the child's
    • We should only begin to deal with the mineral kingdom when the child
    • has found his own relation to the two kingdoms of nature which are
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    • him into the domain of art.
    • kingdom and also the domain of physics can be understood in the light of
    • contained in the plants. The animal kingdom can only be comprehended
    • discovery of man but a domain wherein the secrets of nature are
    • a domain in which he gazes into the mysteries of the whole universe.
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    • enfilled art with wisdom.
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    • difficult; but children who give no trouble are seldom those
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    • meet the same thing in other domains too. There are people who
    • with the mineral kingdom. In man, however, we have clearly to
    • say: From the first to the seventh year gesture predominates in
    • Philosophy of Freedom
    • knowing the true nature of freedom one also knows that between
    • us take the same thing in a lower kingdom of nature. The fully
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    • develops predominantly. Now it is a matter of great importance
    • Nothing abstract must be allowed to dominate; it is the
    • we speak about the kingdoms of nature in this way. Between the
    • life, but this decline penetrates deeply also into the kingdoms
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    • very seldom necessary — to make some alteration in the
    • “freedom” and “human dignity.” This
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    • awakening of true freedom in the human soul. We experience
    • freedom through the fact that the sense for what is moral is
    • freedom is. Why do people not have this experience today? They
    • derived from Initiation Wisdom about such things as the
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    • together that, as a means of getting rid of this boredom, they
    • human freedom. For obviously logic is not a product of coffee,
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    • kingdoms, not in the plant kingdom. Just imagine a sculptor who
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    • public officialdom. Otherwise, where once there was the
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    • children reading and writing we are teaching in the domain of
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    • stream of the musically poetical. These two domains of art,
    • expresses the meaningful wisdom from which the world is built.
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    • structure of language contains the greatest wisdom. And you can
    • kingdoms of nature. If he is conscious of this he knows that
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    • to be completely free. And notice how freedom inspires this
    • inner relation to freedom. For I draw your attention to the
    • his teaching, and thus it is that his freedom is perfectly
    • preserved. The more the staff wish to preserve their freedom in
    • This absurdity is connected with an utter lack of freedom in
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    • boredom for an occasional striking point. You are easily
    • in fact, of the fairly ancient wisdom of sound common sense,
    • sublime contemporary wisdom, and then following it up with,
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    • kingdoms, that the other three natural kingdoms merge in man on
    • kingdoms of nature. You will succeed in this if, in speaking of
    • all to the animal kingdom. Here it would be a good plan to
    • beautiful symbol of human freedom. In fact, no more
    • into the sphere of human freedom. You will only give man a
    • anything in the natural kingdom, for in man you see all the
    • compare man with the other kingdoms of nature. Whereas before,
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    • as the real compendium of all other kingdoms of nature, to the
    • kingdoms. A tremendous amount of harm is done to the growing
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    • natural history of the animal kingdom, as I showed you with the
    • the plant kingdom.
    • can go on to the mineral kingdom. We take the mineral kingdom
    • they have seen almost always incorrectly, and very seldom
    • Natural history of the animal kingdom and of the plant kingdom.
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    • themselves in the kind of country which is chiefly dominated by
    • With the animal kingdom you will proceed in the opposite way,
    • plant kingdom, as you saw in our discussion in the seminary
    • kingdom nature itself often gives us the whole and we can go from
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    • dominated by older, better, if perhaps rather atavistic
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    • too, because he is still very much dominated by his body, has
    • animal kingdom, then the natural history of the plant
    • kingdom. We leave the minerals till the last because they
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    • consider with an open mind that domain of spiritual life which
    • receives men's reverence to-day — the domain of religion. Ask
    • every domain, if the life of mankind is not to decline further and
    • but, if one takes them concretely,' then in certain domains one simply
    • domains that do not lie so close at hand. People begin thinking about
    • with the three kingdoms of the physical world: the mineral, the plant
    • and the animal kingdoms. So that here again, two trinities are united
    • directed to a very lofty domain — namely to the teaching of right
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    • organ for freedom because it has been pushed out by the cosmos. We do
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    • applied to the other kingdoms of nature, to the mineral, plant and
    • animal kingdoms — but which applied to man destroys all
    • never be able to achieve freedom. For, in that case, man would be
    • speaking of human freedom therefore, one has to pay attention to this
    • and mineral kingdoms would long ago have dried up and ceased to
    • earth with respect to its mineral, plant and animal kingdoms, would
    • to human nature? The death-bringing forces which predominate in outer
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    • soon as the etheric body dominates instinct, will becomes impulse*.
    • differently. There is much sinning in this domain. Men regard it as a
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    • sympathy for what we plan to do is predominant, and a balance is only
    • sympathy predominates so strongly in the will that it penetrates into
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    • the feeling life predominates are dreamy children; if thought is not
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    • human being. In the middle age the human being is more predominantly
    • receiving all that came out of his wisdom, and thereby it could become
    • within the freedom of man, even in education. The fact that many
    • on the one hand a body that shows its bodily side predominantly, in
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    • awaken in the child a vivid interest in the animal kingdom. We shall
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    • that is immediately carried over into the domain of the nervous
    • hearing, and sense of speech are predominantly knowledge
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    • creator of materialism in this domain of the doctrine of evolution. It
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    • inwards. Both in the animal and human kingdoms milk is the only
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    • deeply into the character of the kingdoms of nature if we are to
    • animal kingdom you can say to yourself: that am I; but when the head
    • animal kingdom; it would like animal kingdoms continually to arise.
    • kingdom from arising through you in the course of your life: you
    • transform this animal kingdom into your thoughts. Such is our
    • relationship to the animal kingdom. We allow this animal kingdom to
    • case, to the animal world but to the whole range of the plant kingdom.
    • kingdom would suddenly grow up in man. It really could grow there.
    • out the carbon dioxide, and does not allow the plant kingdom to arise
    • within himself. He allows the plant kingdom to arise out of the carbon
    • sense physical world around us; for outside there is the kingdom of
    • create the counter kingdom to the plant world. If you conceive the
    • plant kingdom as positive, then man produces the negative of the plant
    • kingdom. He produces, as it were, reversed plant kingdom.
    • What happens when the plant kingdom begins to behave badly in him, and
    • moment we fail to ensure that the plant kingdom which endeavours to
    • grow in us shall be cast out to form its kingdom outside us — in
    • growth of the plant kingdom, and then man becomes ill.
    • say to ourselves: in a certain sense the plant kingdom presents
    • many-coloured beautiful plant kingdom, works in man as the cause of
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    • constructive activity of the body. The chest abdomen system is
    • inserted amidst this stream. And it is this chest abdomen system which
    • beyond the chest abdomen system are really the most spiritual thing of
    • which is sent into the limbs by the chest abdomen system. Our limbs
    • wrong way, they do not consume enough of the body. The abdomen chest
    • activity of the chest abdomen, not of the head system. This activity
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    • abdomen.
    • random through imitation, and must devote our powers to the
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    • particular domains of practical life. Thus it was Emil Molt, of
    • What domain of life most calls for a dealing with the spirit? The
    • domain of teaching and education. In education we must comprehend man
    • If the child is coming into the domain of logic at the age of puberty,
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    • essential nature. Yet our life is dominated by this same natural
    • expounding, was to find out from all domains of physiology, biology
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    • on the purely spiritual domain. From what I have said so far in
    • for freedom.
    • activity predominates, it has the upper hand; and thus the
    • puberty that by that time we can really hand him over to freedom, to
    • hindrances so that his spirit may enter in full freedom into life.
    • child. Respect for the freedom of the child — a freedom we must
    • not endanger; for it is to this freedom we educate the child, that he
    • may stand in freedom in the world at our side.
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    • else. Added to this the boy's domestic habits were of a pathological
    • within my power, only I must be left complete freedom in the matter of
    • only member of the family who understood my stipulation for freedom,
    • manner to the plant kingdom.
    • The introduction to the animal kingdom is entirely different — it
    • camel. Observation alone makes no sense in the domain of life.
    • In one animal the development of the legs will predominate —
    • animal kingdom together we find that what outwardly constitutes the
    • abstract divisions of the animal kingdom is comprised in its totality
    • earliest, most primitive creatures. The whole animal kingdom together
    • animal kingdom as human nature separated out and spread abroad.
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    • blood circulation — is dominant between the change of teeth and
    • dominates the muscular system, and through it, influences spirit and
    • plant kingdom, because his muscular system is plastic, is inwardly
    • mobile. Or if we show him what I said of the animal kingdom, and how
    • give him pictures of the plant kingdom which shows the plants in
    • predominates in a marked degree. The rhythmic system, which is the
    • dominant factor between the change of teeth and puberty, exercises too
    • great a dominion over the sanguine child. Hence the sanguine child
    • for the system of circulation here dominates entirely. With the result
    • mixed. One temperament is dominant — But only when you rightly
    • it, they do not know the inner working of a clock. Thus you seldom
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    • during the intermediate time, I said, I wanted absolute freedom to
    • knowledge of man. And then I requested to have freedom once more from
    • there should be complete freedom: but by that time they should be far
    • others. In an abnormal child, where one character complex predominates
    • noticeable when the education passes over from the more psychic domain
    • Swiss freedom it has been forbidden, and the best we can do is to
    • for Swiss freedom lays it down that no free schools shall exist in
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    • and strength, freedom of soul and clarity of spirit are things mankind
    • death, it is seldom, in these materialistic days, that we find they
    • the domain of the soul, the psychic domain, and for that of the
    • predominates in him. And in the light of this knowledge, for every
    • would take the kingdom of heaven by storm, — thus we have given
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    • Openness, a readiness to receive new wisdom daily, a disposition which
    • must become an unconscious wisdom of the feelings.) Certainly people
    • enlightened in the domain of natural science as we are; but earlier
    • wisdom behind the fact that formerly men did not speak simply of
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    • to what degree their unconscious living in rhythm predominates in their
    • if this is the case, if the rhythmic system predominates, one must ask
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    • of U the attempt to characterize something moving predominates. Thus
    • languages in which O predominates one will find that the people have
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    • were to become too predominant, one would only have to counteract it with
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    • be able to do something with this freedom. Ile must go on to engender
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    • in curative eurythmy. As I said at that time in Domach, if one has the
    • that the abdomen is left in peace. It must be left undisturbed. It must
    • not be irritated by curative eurythmic exercises. Although the abdomen
    • that is very beneficial for disturbances of the abdomen is the carefully
    • to evoke the most harmonic activity of the abdomen possible, since they
    • know the significance of abdominal activity for what such people call
    • a healthy abdomen would do with jumps. A pregnant woman should never
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    • freedom of the human being, but that each individual should feel
    • should so choose. It would be just as rational to say that the freedom
    • human freedom. On the contrary, man could not express beauty in
    • Eurythmy in no way infringes upon human freedom. Such objections
    • In this domain also we have had good results among the children of the
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    • can see, since long, long ago there could have been no human kingdom
    • or animal kingdom alive on the earth unless plants had had a very
    • different character from those kingdoms. Plants do not take in oxygen:
    • protein particularly on the abdominal organs. The head has no special
    • Protein: abdominal organs
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    • mineral kingdom: mineral fertilizer!
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    • predominates over the sentient body. When the minor third is played,
    • one feels pain in the soul, the predominance of the sentient body,
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    • sentient body. This man has in common with the entire animal kingdom,
    • domain of air before they could emit sounds. Now, the first, most
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    • in the spiritual world.” This was the predominant experience of
    • fifth still predominated. (To this day, experiences of the fifth are
    • the age when the fifths predominated, it was impossible to color
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    • could have been written in the age dominated by the experience of
    • age during which predominantly the third is experienced by human
    • dominant musical role and in which, because of this, the complication
    • dominant interval for the Atlanteans. They had only intervals of the
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    • aware that thoughts are world-dominating forces, spread out
    • these matters must say that he beholds how the world-dominating
    • before which the dominion over thoughts passed from the form beings
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    • spiritual wisdom could be made sufficiently mature to trickle
    • from other current forms of propaganda. In these other domains, people
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    • first heavenly kingdom, the second, the third ... told in all concrete
    • wanted to be able to prevent the spiritual wisdom, which will be
    • in exactly the opposite sense; they want to retain the wisdom
    • kingdom of men but are prevented from spreading — against which,
    • kingdom of men, has weighty and significant consequences — one of
    • for them in the material domain, or in the field of physiological or
    • Here, in many domains, with weapons of knowledge no less dangerous, a
    • himself, who under an eternal, wisdom-filled law is compelled to lurk
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    • Christ's Kingdom as receiving their character through the inner
    • will seldom occur in this particular form, for observation of the
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    • an abundance of external, physical possessions — ‘the kingdoms
    • leaving with you the Law of Wisdom and the Law of Discipline. For the
    • that the child would not rule over his kingdom, but would become a Buddha.
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    • kingdoms of the spiritual world these beings belonged: my
    • of the various kingdoms of the spiritual world these several beings
    • his sublime wisdom in expressions customary in the Indian teachings
    • he could have acquired neither freedom nor the capacity to
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    • different task to fulfil. The wisdom of the world is indeed profound!
    • ‘magic’ science of the ancient Persian kingdom. Thus the
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    • in the wisdom of the Chaldeans with the help, not of Anthropology but
    • And with their profound wisdom they could not fail to know when their
    • to impregnate these soul-forces with the wisdom that can be drawn
    • happenings are also contained in ancient Books of Wisdom originating
    • in the Near East. Whoever really understands these Books of Wisdom
    • the inner nature that is connected with wisdom and inner mobility of
    • wisdom is expressed in the Gospel of St. Luke. For such an
    • from Bethlehem, the child is said to have been full of wisdom
    • “filled with wisdom and the grace of God was upon him.”
    • of whom were astonished at his wisdom.
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    • East were destined by cosmic wisdom to advance to the stage of being
    • kingdoms of Nature. This could only come about because Zarathustra
    • Judged by the great wisdom of the world, man's worth lies in whatever
    • Wisdom of the Serpent, who led you to this? You believe that you
    • attained a higher stage of wisdom, must however bring the body to
    • unknown domains) but as one liberated from all family connections and
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    • able to harbour the knowledge and wisdom based on the teaching
    • the wisdom of the world, and because He has revealed Himself in so
    • of earthly wisdom and would be accessible to it only later on. Hence
    • Some day, when humanity understands what deep wisdom has been
    • whom wisdom itself streams as very substance.
    • but who through his very presence radiated the wisdom which the
    • wisdom on Earth must follow the lead of the Bodhisattvas, whose
    • spiritual science, all our wisdom, all our knowledge, must be devoted
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    • little to enable whatever love, good will and wisdom may be in our
    • mastery and dominates the soul-and-spirit which has become powerless
    • man will no longer derive theoretical wisdom from such nourishment but
    • living wisdom, living truth. The spiritual will then be so
    • dominate the physical. Certain transitional states are of course
    • able to show how wisdom in the world's evolution created the two
    • anthroposophical conception of the world. The seed is the Kingdom of
    • the Gods, the Kingdom of Heaven, the Kingdom of the Spirit. This
    • Kingdom of the Spirit is to pour as seed into the souls of men and
    • spiritual wisdom may be spoken to a soul lacking sufficient depth.
    • It may even be capable of giving out the wisdom again, but it has not
    • really become one with the wisdom. This is comparable to the seed
    • allow the spiritual truths to unfold in freedom, in the manner of the
    • wisdom.
    • against the effectiveness of spiritual wisdom that in the case of
    • wisdom that it sometimes has a negative effect upon physical bodies.
    • air, so too the fact that when spiritual wisdom penetrates into
    • wisdom and become firmly convinced of its truth. However much
    • penetrate to the inner core of the wisdom and develop conviction in
    • anthroposophical wisdom is found to be too overwhelming, it is
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    • would gradually become possessed of wisdom at a high level — wisdom
    • of perfection. Buddha brought to humanity the wisdom of love and
    • difference between wisdom in the form of thought and wisdom as
    • living essence of love, not merely the wisdom-filled content of love.
    • wisdom of the Buddha, the Eightfold Path, out of their own moral
    • the wisdom of the Eightfold Path proceeded from him; after about
    • the wisdom of compassion and love.
    • to strength. When men have reached the end of their evolution, wisdom
    • the wisdom-filled God from the Heights!’ This is the proclamation
    • reckoning from our present time. Oriental wisdom knows him as the
    • only is my head filled with the wisdom of the Eightfold Path; I have
    • not only the teaching, the wisdom of love, but my heart is filled
    • Buddhas can, through wisdom, redeem earthly man in respect of his
    • can be redeemed only when the warm power of love — not wisdom
    • Earth — that was the mission of Christ. To bring the wisdom of
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    • the form of wisdom, everything that in conjunction with the teaching
    • teaching been proclaimed in the early centuries of Christendom in the
    • ye poor; for yours is the kingdom of God. Blessed are ye that
    • (Blessed be ye poor: for yours is the kingdom of God. \
    • to receive, as wisdom, the teaching of Karma and Reincarnation.
    • not be proclaimed explicitly as wisdom, because the human soul had
    • 7:28 For I say unto you, Among those that are born of women there is not a greater prophet than John the Baptist: but he that is least in the kingdom of God is greater than he. \
    • 7:35 But wisdom is justified of all her children. \
    • science is destined to illumine in the domain of natural science. If
    • are domains where investigators are faced with the fact that there is
    • (For I say unto you, Among those that are born of women there is not a greater prophet than John the Baptist: but he that is least in the kingdomLuke VII, 28):
    • which unites with the man from the kingdom of God is greater than
    • with faculties derived from the kingdoms of Heaven — faculties
    • bearer of wisdom from above; she was the representative of those
    • (See The queen of the south shall rise up in the judgment with the men of this generation, and condemn them: for she came from the utmost parts of the earth to hear the wisdomLuke XI, 31.)
    • unite his being with what belongs to the kingdoms of Heaven.’ The
    • forces and powers from those kingdoms unite with the virginal part in
    • the human soul, the part that belongs to the kingdoms of Heaven and
    • of proclaiming the kingdom of God were changed through the Event of
    • truth there are some among you who are able to see the kingdom of
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    • ideal: wisdom can only be found in truth.
    • The Philosophy of Freedom.
    • The Philosophy of Freedom:
    • have their origin in ancient wisdom. But the real distinguishing mark
    • cosmos and the spiritual realm on the basis of an ancient wisdom.
    • continuously interspersed material which contained deep wisdom with
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    • revealed the ancient wisdom which had been carefully guarded until
    • But it became increasingly rare, due to the increasing dominance
    • to make this ancient wisdom flower once more, there was a special
    • domain. There can be no doubt that the appearance of Blavatsky was
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    • ancient Mysteries. Remnants of the ancient mystery wisdom were
    • The impulses derived from ancient wisdom which were still directly
    • wisdom was preserved only in a more or less traditional form,
    • The ancient wisdom which understood nature and spirit as one was
    • majestic wisdom provided by the ancient Mysteries. In other words,
    • The Ancient Wisdom,
    • The Ancient Wisdom
    • The Ancient Wisdom
    • The Ancient Wisdom
    • teachings of the old wisdom. All kinds of other writings appeared
    • oriental wisdom was quoted on every occasion. That a wheel is
    • rejuvenation of the old wisdom, because it did not spring from direct
    • wisdom.
    • creative and through herself gave wisdom to mankind, even if this
    • wisdom was more like a memory of earlier lives on earth and
    • restricted to the rejuvenation of ancient wisdom. The second fact,
    • eastern wisdom. That is how the transformation took place from the
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    • this gave to all her books, there was a certain sum of wisdom, mostly
    • oriental wisdom. It sometimes led to the most peculiar ideas. But if
    • Ancient Wisdom,
    • originated in ancient sources of wisdom.
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    • other Gospels. They were used to demonstrate certain wisdom and
    • was to undermine the freedom and self-determination within the
    • The Philosophy of Freedom
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    • The Philosophy of Freedom
    • The Philosophy of Freedom,
    • external world it could not be otherwise in the age of freedom. But
    • The Philosophy of Freedom
    • The Philosophy of Freedom.
    • The Philosophy of Freedom
    • The Philosophy of Freedom.
    • ourselves. If we engage in that search in the spirit of wisdom
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    • mineral kingdom. He observes the mineral deposits in the majestic
    • But apart from impermanence, the kingdom of nature has other
    • some particular problem relating to the mineral kingdom. Just imagine
    • other kingdom of Nature. You cannot become an artist. In the sphere
    • Ea implies approximately abstract wisdom, wisdom that permeates all
    • being. Sophia, Sophea, Sopheia, the all-pervading, omnipresent wisdom
    • Angels. He is the same Being as Marduk, the son of Ea, wisdom
    • teaching of the Mysteries. The eldest son of Ea, wisdom, has
    • take form, you will find the other part which the son of Ea, wisdom,
    • when the primeval wisdom was gradually diffused from the East, and
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    • Mystery-wisdom of the ancient Chaldeans the emphasis was placed not
    • most strikingly when we look at the animal kingdom which now appears
    • Hitherto we had seen only a part of the animal kingdom, only its
    • perceive the higher forms of every creature in the animal kingdom.
    • kingdom with our newly acquired consciousness we get something of a
    • animal kingdom.
    • consciousness through our different perception of the animal kingdom,
    • the plant kingdom which is entirely differently
    • plant kingdom appear to normal consciousness? We see the
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    • AND SUBSTANTIALITY OF THEMINERAL KINGDOM IN RELATION TO THE
    • consciousness. We then perceive, for example, the animal kingdom in
    • seldom recognized as a positive force for knowledge. If, after
    • kingdoms, but also the mineral kingdom and especially that part of
    • the mineral kingdom which is crystalline in structure. For those who
    • fully acquainted with the animal and plant kingdoms we are then in a
    • mineral kingdom on Earth to the contemplation of the Cosmos. And
    • the plant kingdom. But the picture now presented to us is totally
    • from contemplation of the mineral-crystal kingdom to the Cosmos and
    • kingdom, when we direct our spiritual eye from cosmic space to the
    • contemplate, not only that aspect of the mineral kingdom which is
    • mineral kingdom as a total whole.
    • the mineral kingdom we are aware that through the free
    • kingdom is created. In the case of the mineral-crystal kingdom
    • out of the manifestations of the crystal-mineral kingdom, we feel a
    • something further about the mineral kingdom. Hitherto we have
    • consciousness that reaches to the archetypes of the animal kingdom.
    • (tin) is the consciousness of the archetypes of the plant kingdom and
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    • kingdom in so far as they are related to the different levels of
    • upon some specific theme such as “wisdom radiates in the
    • predominantly associated with metabolism, digestion and assimilation
    • dominated by the dead. We are strongly influenced by that world
    • relationship between medical science with its predominantly
    • have perceived a yearning to revive the ancient wisdom of the
    • configuration of the leaves and stems, of the whole nature-kingdom
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    • them from their present level of wisdom and inner spirituality. Then
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    • preceding epoch other forces exercised a predominant influence
    • Fiore, John of Hanville and Brunetto Latini. This age was dominated
    • epoch, and had reminiscences of the nature wisdom of Paracelsus
    • But deep wisdom lies in all that these beings conjure up before
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    • plant-being on Earth. And when we gain knowledge of the plant kingdom
    • belladonna, the deadly nightshade. When we study the plant kingdom in
    • that is the prerogative of the animal kingdom and not the plant
    • kingdom. This is true of all poisonous plants. They assimilate
    • which belongs in reality to the animal kingdom.
    • the plant kingdom plays a significant part both in the physical and
    • which no longer bear the same aspect as in the kingdom of the dead,
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    • kingdom of nature, then it may perhaps be possible to arouse
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    • man and in the wider kingdom of nature. He collected data and
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    • threefold consciousness gives access, for he is a being whose kingdom
    • redeemed by a return to the dominion of the cosmic in music. Bruckner
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture One: Nature is the Great Illusion; Know Thyself
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    • mineral kingdom. He observes the mineral deposits in the majestic
    • But apart from impermanence, the kingdom of nature has other
    • some particular problem relating to the mineral kingdom. Just imagine
    • other kingdom of Nature. You cannot become an artist. In the sphere
    • Ea implies approximately abstract wisdom, wisdom that permeates all
    • being. Sophia, Sophea, Sopheia, the all-pervading, omnipresent wisdom
    • Angels. He is the same Being as Marduk, the son of Ea, wisdom
    • teaching of the Mysteries. The eldest son of Ea, wisdom, has
    • take form, you will find the other part which the son of Ea, wisdom,
    • when the primeval wisdom was gradually diffused from the East, and
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    • Mystery-wisdom of the ancient Chaldeans the emphasis was placed not
    • most strikingly when we look at the animal kingdom which now appears
    • Hitherto we had seen only a part of the animal kingdom, only its
    • perceive the higher forms of every creature in the animal kingdom.
    • kingdom with our newly acquired consciousness we get something of a
    • animal kingdom.
    • consciousness through our different perception of the animal kingdom,
    • the plant kingdom which is entirely differently
    • plant kingdom appear to normal consciousness? We see the
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    • AND SUBSTANTIALITY OF THEMINERAL KINGDOM IN RELATION TO THE
    • consciousness. We then perceive, for example, the animal kingdom in
    • seldom recognized as a positive force for knowledge. If, after
    • kingdoms, but also the mineral kingdom and especially that part of
    • the mineral kingdom which is crystalline in structure. For those who
    • fully acquainted with the animal and plant kingdoms we are then in a
    • mineral kingdom on Earth to the contemplation of the Cosmos. And
    • the plant kingdom. But the picture now presented to us is totally
    • from contemplation of the mineral-crystal kingdom to the Cosmos and
    • kingdom, when we direct our spiritual eye from cosmic space to the
    • contemplate, not only that aspect of the mineral kingdom which is
    • mineral kingdom as a total whole.
    • the mineral kingdom we are aware that through the free
    • kingdom is created. In the case of the mineral-crystal kingdom
    • out of the manifestations of the crystal-mineral kingdom, we feel a
    • something further about the mineral kingdom. Hitherto we have
    • consciousness that reaches to the archetypes of the animal kingdom.
    • (tin) is the consciousness of the archetypes of the plant kingdom and
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    • kingdom in so far as they are related to the different levels of
    • upon some specific theme such as “wisdom radiates in the
    • predominantly associated with metabolism, digestion and assimilation
    • dominated by the dead. We are strongly influenced by that world
    • relationship between medical science with its predominantly
    • have perceived a yearning to revive the ancient wisdom of the
    • configuration of the leaves and stems, of the whole nature-kingdom
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    • them from their present level of wisdom and inner spirituality. Then
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    • preceding epoch other forces exercised a predominant influence
    • Fiore, John of Hanville and Brunetto Latini. This age was dominated
    • epoch, and had reminiscences of the nature wisdom of Paracelsus
    • But deep wisdom lies in all that these beings conjure up before
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    • plant-being on Earth. And when we gain knowledge of the plant kingdom
    • belladonna, the deadly nightshade. When we study the plant kingdom in
    • that is the prerogative of the animal kingdom and not the plant
    • kingdom. This is true of all poisonous plants. They assimilate
    • which belongs in reality to the animal kingdom.
    • the plant kingdom plays a significant part both in the physical and
    • which no longer bear the same aspect as in the kingdom of the dead,
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    • kingdom of nature, then it may perhaps be possible to arouse
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    • man and in the wider kingdom of nature. He collected data and
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    • threefold consciousness gives access, for he is a being whose kingdom
    • redeemed by a return to the dominion of the cosmic in music. Bruckner
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    • lives predominantly in our thoughts we are, as a matter of
    • about the freedom and lack of freedom of the will is due to
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    • wisdom developed in this process is millions of times greater
    • usually think of this, but this wisdom actually has to be
    • being, whose wisdom is far in advance of our own. We could do
    • strange to him. So what we can say in this domain is like the
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    • to an understanding of gems of wisdom which, in past times,
    • contain the most profound wisdom. Fundamentally speaking we
    • feeling that infinite wisdom is speaking to us there and how,
    • hear nothing of the infinitely deep wisdom that comes to us
    • fraternity and must leave it in order to develop in freedom.
    • So we see that freedom, the unfolding in freedom of the life
    • brotherliness if it does not agree with a person's freedom.
    • and freedom are compatible. But that is not the point. The
    • point is that for the sake of freedom many a realm of
    • world, freedom is for the soul world, and insofar as man
    • freedom of the soul, that is, of the kind of social
    • conditions that fully guarantee the soul its freedom. If we
    • actually wiser than the wisdom we had at our command at the
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    • of the human soul can be foreseen in this domain. Let us pick
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    • painting of the domes. Just as the pillars and everything
    • so is all that is going to appear in the domes — when
    • structure, soul in everything to do with the domes, and
    • when we look at the roof of the domes that are now tiled with
    • domes as soul life we shall have to develop a love for
    • domes should really appear to us as a kind of reflected image
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    • unfortunately do far too seldom, and think of the tremendous
    • possessed a greater wisdom than arrogant man has today, to be
    • domes and that the domes rest on a cylindrical sub-structure.
    • The fact that it is a building with double domes is vital,
    • for these double domes are an expression of the living
    • element. If there had only been one dome then in essence our
    • the one dome is reflected in the other, as it were, that the
    • two domes mirror one another, just as the part of man that is
    • concept of the double dome must be borne in mind in relation
    • it were not to contain the double dome form, however hard it
    • also contain the concept of the double dome.
    • the double dome and its additional constructions. First of
    • all we have the interpenetration of the two dome motifs,
    • the two domes is of special importance in the main building
    • is contained in this interpenetration of the two dome motifs;
    • of the double dome motifs. So we have this interpenetration
    • interpenetration and separate the dome motifs, we move
    • the annexe the domes have to be pushed apart, for in the case
    • of the annexe, too, the dome concept is vital. And now
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    • the dead mineral kingdom. But with this came also the possibility for
    • the present earth together with the mineral kingdom. And now all
    • mineral kingdom, but it is as if our mineral kingdom had become
    • abdomen with clumsy limbs. The birds above were finely organized,
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    • monkeys.” The boy came home with this piece of wisdom. The
    • Yugoslavia. (They are seldom found and we must not think that such
    • the farther we go back, the more we find that man as spirit dominates
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    • Europeans had not in recent centuries extended their domination over
    • It is true that the European dominion is not actively established
    • their kingdom was organized so as to be an image of the heavens. It
    • the citizen of a kingdom. He had no creed to profess; he simply felt
    • himself to be a member of a kingdom. Originally the Chinese had no
    • essential nature of their kingdom and its institutions. Their
    • it was a kingdom, it partook of the nature of a family.
    • intercourse among families in this old kingdom. They were not
    • expressed poetically in their books of wisdom — later in the
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    • could have been no human kingdom or animal kingdom alive on the earth
    • unless plants had had a very different character from those kingdoms.
    • veins, and protein particularly on the abdominal organs. The head has
    • Protein: abdominal organs
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    • man went about in primeval times, he acquired great wisdom
    • wise; but they possessed wisdom in the way the animal today possesses
    • freedom, was in a certain state of perfection. But his body —
    • wisdom counts for nothing — well, it could indeed happen that
    • wisdom, while the other would be those who revert to an animal form.
    • free will. Free will developed gradually-but not wisdom. Wisdom was
    • primitive conditions back to humanity-ancient Indian wisdom, for
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    • have you not, of different kingdoms of nature: plants, animals, human
    • can't, of course, be stupid, but they may certainly lack wisdom; they
    • compounds, to vote, to play dominoes and chess, to speculate on the
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    • mineral kingdom is from the plant kingdom. If the sun did not move
    • We have made a beginning with agriculture in the domain
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    • domain, for spiritual science, anthroposophy, surveys a much wider
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    • very good, but many in their freedom have misused this expression
    • must endeavor not to develop such freedom from thought or else
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    • though poetic in form — indicates the existence of great wisdom
    • the same in the domain of industry. They did nothing but reckon and
    • complete knowledge of the human being. In the domain of education,
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul One: Lecture 1: The Mission of Spiritual Science
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    • indomitable voice within his soul. And so for Kant it was certain that in
    • that there existed ancient stores of wisdom, parts of which were condensed
    • vision into the realm of freedom, of divine being and immortality, he was
    • conscience, freedom and immortality can be known, even as we know animals,
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    • arrogance, suppose they have reached the summit of earthly wisdom, he is
    • wisdom of evolution has provided for us to be overcome by emotion because of
    • advance towards freedom. But we must not fail to realise that the very thing
    • the love that is its counterpart. A loving hand is seldom one that has never
    • wisdom of the world and shows itself in the righting of wrongs the
    • how in art and poetry, when they are great, the primal wisdom of the world is
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    • the destruction of other people's freedom.
    • truths, laws and wisdom. When we contemplate the whole range of our
    • that the entire realm of Nature is permeated with wisdom, and that wisdom
    • the wisdom that lives in the plant. By thus looking out on the world we can
    • infer that the world is born of wisdom, and that through the activity of our
    • ourselves in the wisdom of Nature and create in ourselves a true reflection
    • be made. The wisdom of Nature is directly creative and gives rise to the
    • have been formed by the living wisdom which calls forth their inherent
    • the creative wisdom of the world. There is no end to the things from which we
    • reflection of the mechanical thoughts forged by Hephaestus. This wisdom is
    • powerless in the face of the universally creative wisdom from which the world
    • the poem. The deep wisdom that called forth this fragment from Goethe will
    • wisdom which flows into the world must work in harmony with all that we are
    • element that comes to meet us in the world and teaches us what wisdom is,
    • that simply by developing his own forces, not fructified by cosmic wisdom, he
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    • himself to be riper, richer in experience and wisdom learnt from life, while
    • with experience and wisdom and their soul-lives progressed to a higher
    • dominating motif in the scene portrayed. The father's head is aligned at such
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    • pledge themselves to cultivate selflessness and freedom from egoism in any
    • call human freedom. Man could never enjoy a free existence if he were not
    • has in common with the mineral kingdom. We speak of higher members of his
    • and sorrow, which he has in common with the animal kingdom. And we say, that
    • chronic boredom; he pursues one desire after another, not realising that he
    • good qualities of others with understanding. Wisdom of this kind, derived
    • the utmost freedom. He has a dim presentiment of becoming some kind of
    • the entire range of wisdom and can survey it from his vantage-point!
    • wisdom in
    • promoting his inner freedom as an individual.
    • grasp the nature of egoism only if we know that the wisdom of the cosmos had
    • of death on himself. The wisdom of the cosmos has ensured that everything
    • good in the world can be overturned and appear in man as freedom, but
    • directly he misuses his freedom and overturns himself, a measure of
    • will confirm the beautiful words which resound to us from the wisdom and
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    • gain freedom from pain and suffering by renouncing existence, but only by
    • within themselves the kingdom of heaven.” It is not said only
    • “theirs is the kingdom of heaven.” What does that mean? We can
    • of primitive wisdom which went far beyond anything we have been able to
    • wisdom did exist. In those early times human beings did not know how to build
    • machines or railway engines, or how to dominate their environment with the
    • them as true reflections of the spiritual world and of the ancient wisdom.
    • destined to lose the old hazy clairvoyance and the ancient wisdom and to
    • to the new. When John the Baptist proclaimed “The Kingdom of Heaven is
    • the dominion of death. Six centuries go by until the Christ comes, and after
    • man was originally endowed with a primal wisdom, and in the course of
    • successive incarnations this wisdom was gradually lost. The appearance of the
    • strongest historical evidence that men had lost the old wisdom, the old
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    • when it could be claimed that some kind of vague life-wisdom lies behind the
    • development, which enhances his freedom, man will overcome the influences
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    • animal kingdom. The astral body is the bearer of pleasure and pain, joy and
    • raise itself to inner freedom through laughter, or it will sink into itself
    • analogies to laughing and weeping in the animal kingdom. But anyone who
    • domestic animals and those which live with men. In human beings, what a
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 3: What is Mysticism?
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    • is convinced that we must use our capacities and forces, placed by the wisdom
    • directed towards the future and the wisdom-filled course of events therein.
    • To give ourselves over to this divine wisdom means that we call up again and
    • bring. We fail to realise that our destiny is ordered by the wisdom of the
    • engenders. And then we know that in all things the light of wisdom shines
    • So it is that prayer in the best sense can imbue us with a wisdom beyond
    • wisdom of the world. Now you might be inclined to say: We are told in this
    • being, the all-embracing wisdom of the world had to set down in words what
    • of a true prayer. It has to be drawn from the wisdom of the world, and so it
    • understands the wisdom of a flower, yet we can all take pleasure in it?
    • Similarly, if the wisdom of the world has gone into the creation of a prayer,
    • being grasped. However, unless it has been created out of wisdom, it will not
    • have this power. The depth of wisdom in a prayer is shown by its
    • this instrument we must approach the kingdoms of the world. Then we shall
    • find God everywhere, for he reveals himself in all the kingdoms of the world
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    • that they are transformed into abilities and also into wisdom.
    • knowledge, wisdom of the world. Others transformed them into a deep wisdom,
    • transformed in the soul into ability and wisdom? They are transformed by
    • sleep in order for them to emerge as abilities or in the form of wisdom or
    • transformed to such an extent that they can emerge as wisdom, as abilities,
    • him and would transform them into the essence of ability, of wisdom, and so
    • fact. Only the domesticated animals perish with the human beings. The
    • wisdom as far as those future events are concerned than human wisdom today.
    • wisdom of its existence avails the human being at every stage of his
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    • into the whole of his acquired wisdom. He would be a positive man in the best
    • he dominates them but because they dominate him, so that he gives way to
    • gains a certain predominance over the sentient soul. We have called this
    • has come to dominate the life of the soul. These three soul-members exist in
    • all human beings, but in every case one of them predominates.
    • the wisdom of life. We shall not get it right unless we realise that a man
    • world-wisdom arranges things so that man may be led from a positive to a
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    • limit, but we will have done the utmost to make our inner being predominate
    • nurture it against the predominance of the outer human being. Spiritual
    • harmony, is itself a medicine against the predominance of the pathological
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    • he is seldom
    • freedom and independence.
    • technical skill amount to, compared with the wisdom manifest in the structure
    • the wisdom inherent in the formation of the external physical body. And
    • undermine inwardly the wisdom-filled organisation of our body? Indeed, if we
    • freedom and independence. Whereas man had formerly felt himself entirely
    • was veiled in obscurity and had no freedom. In the West, by contrast, the ego
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    • kingdoms, are raised to a new level and gain new strength in the human soul,
    • predominantly in the outer world, took possession of his own inner life, the
    • wisdom for the consciousness soul, self-reliant courage for the intellectual
    • corresponding virtue, self-reliant courage. Finally we come to wisdom, the
    • virtue of the consciousness soul. Wisdom which fails to strive towards the
    • of wisdom, able to gaze into the spiritual world, but eyes focused only on
    • his greatness derives precisely from the fact that all the wisdom and
    • mediaeval wisdom was a necessary foundation. Its influence worked first on
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    • For man deserted your kingdom
    • holy Rishis communicated their vast wisdom to humanity. In
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    • belongs in the domain of maya, or the great illusion. You can
    • invisible behind the walls of the domicile of the
    • describes with the words: “All the kingdoms you see
    • before you” — kingdoms of the spiritual world —
    • kingdom of Lucifer because arrogance submerges everything else
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    • extended their domination over these spheres, bringing about a
    • It is true that the European domination is not actively established
    • constituted a cult. In what might be called their kingdom, everything
    • later — a man became the citizen of a kingdom. He did not
    • kingdom. Originally the Chinese had no gods of any kind; when later
    • of their kingdom and its institutions. Hence these institutions had a
    • kingdom, it partook as a whole of the nature of a family.
    • intercourse in this old kingdom. They were not conscious of inventing
    • in poetical form in their books of wisdom — later, in the Vedas
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    • about he acquired great wisdom spiritually. His face was more or less
    • but they possessed wisdom in the way the animal today possesses
    • human race — this consciousness man has of his freedom. With it
    • human being whose spirit to begin with, though still lacking freedom,
    • and power — and wisdom counts for nothing — it might
    • for the spirit and for wisdom, whereas the other would be made up of
    • though lacking freedom, being, as it were, possessed by the spirit.
    • that developed gradually, but not wisdom. Wisdom was originally
    • conditions among men — old Indian wisdom, for example. It is
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    • The unconscious wisdom contained in the beehive - the hive is in
    • the kind; thus the universal world wisdom cannot be drawn into their
    • whole hive. This life will be filled with wisdom; you can well
    • wisdom contained in it. This unconscious wisdom is unfolded by the
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    • The unconscious wisdom contained in the beehive - the hive is in
    • a step further, to something very seldom noticed because one does not stop
    • not? — always with a perfect freedom. This holds good for
    • earth. This is brought about in the wisdom of Nature. If it should
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    • The unconscious wisdom contained in the beehive - the hive is in
    • by sight, but much with their sense of smell. In the animal kingdom
    • animal kingdom, one must not look for such conscious senses as those of man,
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    • The unconscious wisdom contained in the beehive - the hive is in
    • wisdom, as I have often told you, was not so stupid as modern learning thinks.
    • This old wisdom is sometimes expressed in very simple words, but it
    • that Nature works with great wisdom, one
    • from the plant kingdom — indirectly through the bee. But it comes
    • plant kingdom, for when the rays of the Sun come from the direction
    • wisdom, and this we should once more study. The peasants who have
    • applied these rules have sometimes done very well! A deeper wisdom
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    • The unconscious wisdom contained in the beehive - the hive is in
    • conditions in which nothing can be done in the social domain.
    • undomesticated. For the most part people know only our bees, I mean
    • the European honey-bees, and they know only domestic bee-keeping.
    • only knows about domestic bee-keeping. This is well worth our
    • attention, gentlemen, that one knows only domestic bee-keeping; one
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    • The unconscious wisdom contained in the beehive - the hive is in
    • there any necessity to be a reactionary in any other domain. One must
    • referred to here, the common domestic bee. The Italian bee again is
    • eggs at random, but place them on plants or on the leaves or bark of
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    • The unconscious wisdom contained in the beehive - the hive is in
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    • The unconscious wisdom contained in the beehive - the hive is in
    • these creatures do not work out of mere instinct; there is wisdom in
    • does not reveal any special wisdom. One then begins to realise that
    • would have a picture of the plant kingdom of that time.
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    • The unconscious wisdom contained in the beehive - the hive is in
    • valued as the domestic bee, because it is mostly rather a nuisance.
    • let us say some human or animal tissue, some animal abdominal organ,
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    • the very least depends upon his genius and wisdom. As to
    • use the wisdom of the world which one has. Wisdom helps one
    • in the case of a dull child, if one acquired the wisdom
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    • states which increasingly take on the character of domains
    • the wrong point — carried over to a quite wrong domain.
    • domain, the advance already exists.
    • sufficiently unprejudiced for it, then one only seldom hears
    • of humanity, then we must free it. Freedom must then come
    • which the philosophy of freedom [spiritual activity] must
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    • distinct concepts exist concerning all three domains of the
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    • “freedom” and “democracy” resound across the
    • freedom, which therefore cannot be organized in any other way except
    • in freedom. Just let one generation unfold its spiritual life more
    • freedom. The cultural life turns into a great tyranny if it spreads
    • tyrant. Therefore, there must be a constant battle in freedom, in
    • living freedom, against the tyranny to which the cultural life is
    • therefore it does not strive for freedom, although it does constantly
    • become a substitute for enthusiasm for freedom in cultural life
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    • made people speak with body-resonance, with abdominal
    • random about one thing after another, none of which must be
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    • ‘exact research’ implies the methods current in the domain
    • offspring of the kind of thought that had become habitual in the domain
    • and then it will be possible to work and act effectively in the domain
    • freedom which was at that time arising from the very depths of
    • side there is the insistent demand for individual freedom: Man must
    • be his own matter and be able in freedom to find a place in the world
    • demand for human freedom, for freedom of the individuality.
    • for individual freedom. And it was the voice of the French Revolution,
    • it because within this body of scientific law he cannot find his freedom
    • of social life wherein the freedom of true manhood is preserved and
    • yearn for unshakable law and, on the other, demand individual freedom.
    • should offer man the possibility of individual freedom. The shrewdest
    • individual freedom finds no fulfilment.
    • early centuries of Christendom in Europe.
    • centuries of Christendom.
    • later on, just as faith in the creative spirit was lost in the domain
    • Constantine had been obliged to proclaim religious freedom for the
    • conceptions but in an age when the ancient Eastern wisdom had been
    • things material. In the light itself they sought to find both wisdom
    • His mind is steeped in what this wisdom, even in its decadence, has
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    • question of admitting into the Kingdom of God which has objective
    • people were proud of their individualism, of their freedom. One can see
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    • up the subject of human freedom at a later time and show that
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    • abdominal system. This is clearly erroneous. It is of course
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    • sense content. What we bring to inner clarity in this domain,
    • the plant or other kingdoms of nature, then the mathematical
    • kingdom as he applies purely mathematical forms to the
    • mineral kingdom. I will speak later concerning exact methods
    • perceptible. The domain of the perceptible only consists of
    • whole domain which I can reproduce physically contains
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    • kingdom. I indicated this yesterday. When we use only spatial
    • consciousness is able to penetrate into the plant kingdom as
    • it can penetrate into the mineral kingdom.
    • applicable to the plant kingdom just as we found it possible
    • with the mineral kingdom.
    • us to see the entire plant kingdom of the earth forming a
    • cast off the mineral kingdom in the course of its various
    • plant kingdom.
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    • course of living is lifted into the domain of conscious will.
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    • to these pictures in inner freedom just as we are to our
    • quicken powerfully the feeling of inner freedom in us. In
    • acquainted with the outer world and its kingdoms and the
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    • related to the kingdoms of nature — to his whole
    • domain to the calculations employed by LeVerrier to predict
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    • Philosophy of Freedom.
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    • of Freedom. What one attains in this way is not a thinking about thinking.
    • Philosophy of Freedom.
    • Philosophy of Freedom
    • freedom, that within man there do exist impulses that definitely tend
    • toward freedom but that these impulses remain unconscious and instinctive
    • until one rediscovers freedom in one's own thinking. For out of
    • We experience freedom — to be sure a freedom that we realize immediately
    • yet we know that this freedom lives within man to the extent that the
    • of freedom.
    • actions — freedom — and cognition, that which we finally
    • attain scientifically. By grasping freedom within sense-free thinking,
    • Philosophy of Freedom.
    • is that when we have found the freedom that lives in sense-free thinking
    • be posited if one enters this inner realm and wishes to understand freedom
    • Philosophy of Freedom
    • Philosophy of Freedom,
    • of freedom, one achieves a transformation of the cognitional process
    • of Freedom, after transcending the level of imagination [Phantasie],
    • Philosophy of Freedom
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    • spiritual view when we steep ourselves in the ancient Oriental wisdom.
    • freedom from egotism not only regarding the realm of humanity but also
    • and Inspiration in Intuition, gives man the inner freedom and strength
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    • forth from the ancient Eastern wisdom-literature becomes fully apparent
    • wisdom-literature in order to enter upon the paths of higher development
    • toward a greater freedom, a greater independence. We have been able
    • Eastern schools of wisdom: the neophyte was placed under an authority,
    • wisdom. The Christ event is a different matter. For that is an actual
    • from Eastern wisdom. It was through this wisdom that the fundamental
    • however. What had once been present in Eastern primeval wisdom
    • must conceive the source of the primeval wisdom as fully substantial
    • now decadent Eastern wisdom that gradually produces atheistic skepticism
    • which are descendants of the primeval wisdom of the East, can yield
    • whereas Eastern man sought his wisdom more by sublimating the forces
    • Philosophy of Freedom.
    • and its fruits that were attained by ancient Eastern wisdom in a form
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    • The Philosophy of Freedom
    • The Philosophy of Freedom
    • philosophy of freedom in pure thinking has, as a result of our having
    • The Philosophy of Freedom
    • The Philosophy of Freedom,
    • The Philosophy of Freedom,
    • and his fine treatise on human freedom
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    • kingdom, which is especially significant in the earth's
    • comprehensible. We need to descend into those domains that
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    • born from the light is not only a picture but a deep wisdom.
    • permeated by forces that should only be in the abdomen, by
    • abdomen, exercising its organizing activity only there. What
    • food in the abdomen, passing it on to the head, etc. —
    • individuals who, in the domains of their specialty, were
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    • We find the proper domain for studying
    • This domain, which is the most important for the study of
    • medical developments have led to advances in the domain of
    • into account here. Of course, the physician is very seldom in
    • cavity — and partly also in the abdominal cavity in so
    • human being provides the domain for studying the nature of
    • this domain must be extended to other realms. We must begin
    • from this domain in order to progress then to a study of
    • terrestrial and extra-terrestrial. The domain of electricity
    • seen by the eye on the human being, there is a domain that
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    • remedy from the outer kingdoms of nature?” This is a
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    • occult investigations, and it also applies to domains other
    • certain forces obviously predominate there. Next we have the
    • through — predominates in the liver. Therefore lung and
    • predominance of one activity or another in one organ or
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    • a predominance of the ego's influence.
    • something from the mineral kingdom that proves especially
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    • soul-spiritual in the human being, and their domain must
    • kingdom. They actually represent the “unbecoming”
    • the other domain. With what we call anthroposophy, of course,
    • we enter the soul-spiritual domain and return again to outer,
    • other domain as well. Only fools find devious contradictions
    • in practical application. On leaving the domain of the eye
    • and ear and passing into the domain of taste and smell, we
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    • something with this freedom. Therefore, he has to go over to
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    • turn to the mineral kingdom, but we will try in another way to form an
    • If we take the kingdoms of Nature in this way — the lifeless
    • kingdom, the living kingdom, the ensouled kingdom, the spiritual
    • kingdom, we ascent — precisely as we ascend from the lifeless to
    • plant, animal and spiritual kingdom — in as far as man is the
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    • or, as we say, applied to the Vegetable Kingdom. And so in the
    • Vegetable Kingdom we have expressed the real origin of applied colour
    • that the Vegetable Kingdom was
    • former ages paint people and human situations, but seldom paint
    • Kingdom darker in its separate shades and then to cover it with the
    • And now you will find that we can ascend again to the Animal Kingdom.
    • If you want to paint a landscape in which the Animal Kingdom is
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    • the human Kingdoms; a condition however which would somehow, even if
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    • free movement and life, whereas when one gives oneself up to freedom,
    • wisdom from the very beginning to run their life's course there. One
    • finds in them controlling, constructive wisdom. One finds in them
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    • foreseen in this domain. Let us take first of all a single point.
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    • darkness inwardly dominates over light, and activity when light
    • dominates over darkness. For what happens when you r un? When you run
    • it means that light dominates over the darkness in you; when you sit
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    • characteristics of the Sentient Soul predominate in the
    • feeling it and allowing it to dominate him — who
    • realises that the Intellectual Soul is dominant in it, in a
    • dome is to arch overhead, rising over the forms
    • forward. The dome or cupola is to show how human beings, how
    • among the peoples may ultimately end in a new kingdom of
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    • “He only earns his freedom and
    • Serpent-entwined! This means, striving with the wisdom that
    • is undetermined, the wisdom that is forming? in process of
    • should be something that can be called “A Dome of
    • adhere to our basic principle: “Wisdom is only in the
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    • columns embraced above by a cupola or dome. To regard any
    • shows by a dome. But this geometrical aspect is only part of
    • and enable the columns to support the dome. The dome rests on
    • space, as far at least as the dome is concerned. So we can
    • through 90° into the vertical plane. This dome stretches
    • world above him as though he were inside a great dome,
    • all sides (the dome) into something that is symmetrical about
    • dome-motif is transformed into a motif that has only one axis
    • made by the dome, the cupola.
    • to him from the dome? The secrets of the evolution of all
    • dome or cupola he will see on the one side the portrayal of
    • Indian epoch will be painted in one part of the dome. How
    • — this will be seen at a second place in the dome. Then
    • area of the dome. At a fourth place will be portrayed the
    • in a fourth area of the dome. How the eternal, divine forces
    • the dome.
    • overcomes the dome which arches over his brain; if
    • portrayed in paintings in the interior of our dome. In the
    • Building in the painting of the domes we study what we
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    • of the domes of our Building had ever seen the Church of St.
    • the one who conceived the idea of our domes has seen St.
    • domes as they are.
    • in the closure denoted by the domes, and also in their
    • evolution have to have an end; an actual dome will arch one
    • in the painting of the domes. This painting must not merely
    • When you come to the surface of the dome you will discover
    • some future time will behold a mighty dome whose
    • wisdom. But He uttered words to this effect: You cannot truly
    • this dome, this cupola, is to be the expression in
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    • is based upon deep wisdom, but a wisdom that is at the same
    • two incomplete domes. And I cannot express this any more
    • precisely than by saying that if the radius of the small dome
    • dome, each of these forms would have to be quite different,
    • naturalism, the principle of imitation, really dominates the
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    • Temple to the Church of Christendom. The Greek Temple stands
    • “I” arises within him, and Christendom represents
    • of Christendom comes into being. The land becomes
    • forms of the Churches of Christendom and also of Roman
    • Christendom, man says: ‘I must leave my work and repair
    • the earth with her plant kingdom. We must, however, pass away
    • wonderful relief of the earth with her plant kingdom from
    • of the God, the Church of Christendom the framework around
    • tried to make the spiritual predominate.
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    • The Church of Christendom is no longer actually one with the
    • Church of Christendom, therefore, could no longer be what the
    • being. The Church of Christendom was in itself a duality, the
    • that is created. The Spirit is revealed in freedom, having
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    • a highly plausible train of thought and it has dominated the
    • houses and seldom leaving them, would have a horrible greyish
    • seldom finds this feeling for colour, even among people who
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    • instant he became aware of a kingdom within his inner self,
    • man, in freedom and independence from the shackles of Nature,
    • needs a new kingdom; a kingdom in which the Idea is represented
    • by the individual and not only by the whole; a kingdom in which
    • necessary third kingdom by the side of the kingdoms of the
    • kingdom is the task which the Science of Æsthetics must
    • speak, to bring the kingdom of God on to this earth. This
    • sets in, weaving the idea of Freedom into the sequence of
    • Nature, and, in the second case, as imposed by Reason. Freedom
    • analogy between Art and the play of a child, assigns to Freedom
    • the domain of Art. What is essentially the nature of play?
    • freedom: in the object is spirit, and the spirit is objective.
    • Schiller, the poet of Freedom, sees in Art a free instinctive
    • greatest freedom and according to its own inherent conditions,
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    • the very least depends upon his genius and wisdom. As to
    • use the wisdom of the world which one has. Wisdom helps one
    • in the case of a dull child, if one acquired the wisdom
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    • states which increasingly take on the character of domains
    • the wrong point — carried over to a quite wrong domain.
    • domain, the advance already exists.
    • sufficiently unprejudiced for it, then one only seldom hears
    • of humanity, then we must free it. Freedom must then come
    • which