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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • and honors the dignity of man and the respect for the individual more
    • suggest. It is left entirely to the judgment of the individual to what
    • the individual what task he sets before his soul and spirit; the
    • case in which an individual is far advanced on his path of evolution
    • different and much shorter in the case of an individual who in a
    • individual, it is as a rule not advisable to seek mystic development
    • Human individuality and that of cosmic beings is profound,
    • like this comes about and is experienced. These individual rules must
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • only thing that is practical. The individual who has always shown
    • immediate present. And who was the practical individual when in the
    • differences — he will overlook the individuality which goes
    • half of the 19th century to such an individual as
    • gradually become the domain of men; and it is from this that a higher
    • testimony of such individuals who know this second body as something
    • reality? There have always been individuals who have worked on
    • etheric body is gradually transformed.
    • individuality. The human soul forms for itself a body with two poles,
    • of the human being in general, so that it is gradually recognised.
    • Thus there will gradually awake in woman a consciousness similar to
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • problem of the thinking individual. In conscious awareness he
    • become an individual and absolute necessity. In spite of the
    • fears aroused by our industrialized agriculture, the individual
    • individual's own inner spiritual activity takes part in directing
    • individual egos as is the case with men, but they have collective
    • by their individual inner egos. Moreover, a man's individual ego
    • can gradually become master over what takes place within him.
    • Let us consider how the ego can gradually take a
    • individual man represents a species. Men appear to be the spiritual
    • various animals forms. If one were to picture all the individual
    • in appropriate moderation in each individual man. Each individual
    • of course, but men must be considered as individuals if they are to
    • individual lightness, flash forth. So we can say, coffee helps
    • restricted sense, it has little to do with the individual
    • This is a matter for the individual. One person is able to do it,
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • individuals, but we can do nothing as regards the will. By cultivating
    • individuals are always fully awake in waking life. We must always be
    • vary greatly in different individuals. Sleeping human beings differ
    • individual of lower moral principles, the streams are quite different
    • from what is observable in an individual of noble principles.
    • investigation of recent years, undertaken by individuals among genuine
    • If this comes to pass, individuals will be able to receive and
    • number of individuals through a form of natural clairvoyance. Then in
    • century. A number of individuals will see the Etheric Christ and will
    • preparation is being made for this — that some individual here
    • insignificant compared with the blessing bestowed upon the individual
    • it must gradually become known. By understanding the process of
    • be immoral will be possible only for individuals who are goaded in
    • individuals who teach morality and at the same time sustain its
    • forced to do this; it will lie in the free will of each individual.
    • development gives no intimation of the nature of the individuality
    • residues will gradually dissolve into the universal ether. On Venus
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • meant to be taken pragmatically, gradually comes to carry conviction
    • professional pursuits, his etheric body is gradually weakened. Precisely
    • There is a good exercise for gradually curing such forgetfulness.
    • gradually disappears.”
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • conditions different from those of today. Just as in the individual
    • The following question now arises. What stage in the individual life
    • physical substance. The wonderful mystery of man's gradual
    • humanity's evolution corresponds to the point in the individual life
    • years in the life of an individual man. The individual man may use a
    • thirtieth to thirty-fifth years in the life of the individual man. In
    • longer receive because individual human nature had lost the capacity
    • the life of the individual human being. In his thirtieth year of life
    • however, concerns not only the individual human being but the whole
    • human evolution. What the individual human being experiences after his
    • the beginning of our era. Humanity, which unlike the individual human
    • must gradually enter into human evolution, which they will the more
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • understood today, it will be gradually realized how necessary it is to look
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • happened is a gradual advance in the streaming of the forces of the
    • if we remember, when we see a child beginning to speak and gradually
    • brought to higher consciousness how the Christ-Impulse gradually
    • The child, too, thinks in pictures. It was only gradually given to
    • If our thinking is gradually to be brought more and more into order,
    • gradually to work upon him. At the present time there is something
    • will be made smooth through the Christ-Impulse gradually drawing into man's
    • Science, what it means for the full development of the individual soul
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • The human being will gradually learn to develop this deep, significant
    • individuality of our friend whom, objectively and because of her
    • We can work up gradually to such a deep understanding of the Mystery
    • regardless of nation and religion. May many gradually find the way to
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • in this way we gradually succeed in wresting our soul-spiritual being
    • thinking; but now we know that we have been outside it. We gradually
    • hinder the gradual ripening of the core of the human soul as it
    • revered as outstanding individuals. People of today who try to be
    • methods I have described, it was possible for certain individuals to
    • Mankind changes as each individual goes from life to life in
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • some individuals. Legends have preserved for us the manner in which
    • is a time when the karma of a particular individual can facilitate
    • not as an individual but as a Frenchman — of what it is to be French.
    • century is necessary so that the Christ principle can gradually spread
    • at first a few, and gradually more and more souls will know that the
    • bodies that are residual from Western Europe. The spiritual eye would
    • historic necessity. When that is understood the individual causes do
    • individuality is elsewhere; it goes its own way, but the ether body
    • along as their individuality, which they retain during their lives
    • individuals and who admonish us to emulate their own belief in the
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • establishment of individual groups is connected with the whole
    • such individuals will experience the suffering of another human being
    • sixth epoch the well-being of the individual will depend entirely upon
    • feels the health of the whole body, the individual will feel the
    • case today, upon the single individuality. Spiritual science expresses
    • holds, will rest wholly within the power of his own individuality.
    • will gradually become more widespread, until by the end of the fifth
    • of culture and develop as individuals, raising individual life more
    • culture, is that men shall develop an individual culture, individual
    • to the city meant something different to the individual from what
    • community between human beings means today. In our time the individual
    • the full sense, allowing the individual to grow out of and beyond
    • a life of true community. You cultivate only individualism. Everyone
    • wants to be a person on his own, to be an individual only. You drive
    • individuality, to its highest extreme.” This is what echoes
    • out of which mankind has gradually emerged and in which the animal
    • level where complete individuality is associated with a social life in
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • and they could only transform it gradually. The animals could transform
    • of all discover the Christ, and in His following we shall gradually
    • strength to make of us individual human beings.
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • environment in which the individual finds himself, and how the work, for
    • carried out. It would show further the individual awaking to the need of
    • the voice of the in-dwelling soul, and the individual is led to ask: what
    • tasks and daily life, it brings to the individual the element of religious
    • human being attain the ability to adjust individual soul life to the change.
    • this fact is to be found in the belief held by many individuals during the
    • us, so to speak. They are present in the soul as soon as the individual has
    • Now the individuals who unite to form the Anthroposophical Society are in
    • paralysis of certain soul forces would gradually bring about a state of
    • after a while. It might persist in the case of individuals who were being
    • Deubler as an individual we can well feel admiration. He became a
    • science, contact with spiritual life, and with the individual, in-dwelling
    • their just due, is yet unable to recognize their limitations. Individual
    • of this nebula is supposed gradually to have fashioned the planetary system
    • individual soul life of bringing this same soul life into a kind of
    • in a more individual manner. However, as a result of the earthly forces no
    • previous lecture. If we are to draw near to any dead individual, the impulse
    • “spiritual eye,” prompted by the will of the dead individual, just
    • and contains answers desired by the individuals who feel, in the manner
    • religious confession of anyone. The fact that one individual leans to one
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  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • consequences which appear in any individual man to a greater or lesser
    • This underlying feeling must be gradually developed; this must be
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • humanity must gradually develop the Spiritual Soul. The preceding
    • then will that gradually emerge which seeks to emerge in the Fifth
    • an anti-social character, the assertion of one's individuality, of
    • when a person on his own account, for his individual self, must evolve
    • that which lies outside of the individual, that a counter-balance is
    • Therefore it is vital for our time that the individual achieves
    • independence. Otherwise neither the individual nor society can develop
    • short, something which is not an inner part of the individual. All
    • social demands, often appear to those who know, as individuals who
    • oneself without love or hate, to allow the other individual to appear
    • individual. I have tried to make this clear in my Philosophy of
    • as a consciousness soul individual is the task of the English-speaking
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • not only for portraying individual men but for accurately discerning
    • mentality of the educated middle class. Naturally, many individuals
    • propitious and not an ominous future. The idiocy that is gradually
    • gradually to man's downfall. The globe of the future will have to
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • have to draw on ourselves. We gradually have to release what we have
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • gradually discovering man's place in the life of the cosmos, and on
    • knowledge that has an individual-personal bearing. If we did not
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • began, very gradually, to be unfolded in Greece,
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • we gradually perfect our actions we finally succeed in sending
    • laid that which comes from the individual egohood, and the seed is
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • Spiritual Guidance of the Individual and Humanity) between the third and
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • present among single favoured individuals. We may recognise as such
    • even spoke with the individual planets, as we to-day speak merely from
    • geometry was taught in the Mystery-schools to selected individuals who
    • gradually made its appearance in the confessional sphere. The
    • Tree gradually came into use, how it grew from being the little
    • expressed in the gradual disappearance of the real Christmas symbol,
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • that comes from the comprehension of self. Only quite gradually has
    • or,” but rather of gradual approach, or, shall we say, of both. For
    • eternal in the human being. All that the individual sciences can teach
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • and gradually vanished into the ocean-depths of the soul. And it is in
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • always the individual vowels which are placed in various ways in front
    • world before birth, or before conception, gradually evolved out of the
    • planted trees in a beautifully artistic order. Each individual tree
    • point. Take all the individual things — all that resounds from the
    • experience, melts away. If we look upon Man and gradually learn to
    • have an individual human being in front of us, but this individual is
    • consciousness in an abstract way by consecrating individual days to
    • men were led through grammar into the mystery of the individual
    • biographies we find nothing of all this. Only when in every individual
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • All this goes on gradually throughout the period of life between the
    • it gradually decays. (This may not be a very beautiful expression, by
    • individualized.
    • gradually into the organs. It slides into the organs. This way of
    • permeated gradually, through and through, with that which man brings
    • more intense. Gradually these forms disappear, they slide into the
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • earlier peoples. Their pictorial consciousness gradually diminished during
    • that individuals are accepted into the Mysteries, according to their degree
    • the individual on earth was not regarded as entirely fulfilling his
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • external injuries intervene, an individual should be basically
    • organization suffciently. Then in this individual there will
    • with the physical organization. An individual can be born in such a
    • individuals we can already see the consequences of this from
    • become too strong. In such pale, lanky individuals we must strive to
    • In such individuals
    • lives in individual plants. Then we will also know how the different
    • large scale, for example, for us to ensure that individuals who might
    • how the breakdown processes first resist and then only gradually
    • chlorine on the other work in the human organism. For each individual
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • to the cell. Gradually histology, the study of tissues and cells, has
    • we are permitted to gradually look into the human being and gain
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • brought with Him the forces whereby this consciousness can gradually
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • and who are the spiritual Individualities of the great original Leaders of
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • Men gradually came out
    • initiation gradually died out, through the growing influence of
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • the higher estimation of the individual during the Renaissance. During
    • time. The Christian type of his days, not the individual personal
    • concern themselves with the single personality, with the individual.
    • the Individual human being.
    • individual characters, he was far from presenting to his audience an
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • wonderful development of the individual characters. The poet
    • and feelings in the presentation of an individual
    • result of the higher estimation of the individual during the
    • not the individual human personality, appeared in the foreground.
    • interest in the individual personality. But little by little a
    • new worldview aroused interest in the Individual human being.
    • Only gradually did a new interest in the individual arise by
    • describe individual characters,  and he was far from
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • is the animal kingdom. I do not of course mean the individual animals
    • imagine that their number is small, for individual human beings have
    • importance of the Earth life for the individual human being. If there
    • see into that world perceive how the dead gradually makes more and
    • attain. Actual intercourse with an individual who has died is possible
    • it is a matter of contact with individuals who have died, the relation
    • of the individual dead — strange as it seems — is always a
    • apply in the actual, individual case. For instance, in order to
    • individual cases. When someone has died and we are left behind, we may
    • remote country places — such customs are gradually disappearing,
    • the specifically individual aspect. Because the child, as we saw,
    • one who has died in later years, the individual aspect is more
    • of the individual is remembered. The Protestant service, with the
    • remembrance to him as an individual, thinking about his life on Earth
    • to us but by thinking of what he was as an individual and what his
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • speak. As the infant gradually learns to speak, more and more small
    • merely to cry but also to turn this crying into individual sounds,
    • (“bee”). Gradually, as you know, they also learn to utter
    • out of their crying children gradually manage to form words by adding
    • my task is now to gradually direct everything previously carried out
    • intelligent in later life, but more so, because I gradually transform
    • side to the right and then gradually reduce them on the right. What
    • place, you see, is that the nerve bundles, as it were, gradually
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • changes in the human being? Materialism has led gradually to the
    • gradually these abstractions are abandoned, too. At the beginning of
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • for individual human beings, and also for the State and the social
    • out the individual human being, with his inner conflicts, his
    • realms into one. Economic life, it is said, must be brought gradually
    • productivity is for the State what physical food is for individual
    • right way only if they can develop individually, not when they are
    • State has gradually taken possession of all the academic institutions
    • individuality; in no other way can it flourish.
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • feeling, are by no means our own individual property. They take place
    • made upon your feeling is there, and then gradually the vibrations of
    • of time depends on the whole form and character of the individual
    • however, depending on the individual human being.
    • the life of Man. An insight into such things must gradually become
    • We pass as individual human beings through the gate of death into the
    • dying stage of its evolution. The individual human being gets wrinkles
    • then it somehow or other disappears; it gradually weakens and is lost.
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • the Moon. It is the Sun which places man as an individual on the
    • individuality, however, man is the product of the Sun forces.
    • gradually to make himself free of these conditions. But he must free
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • most an echo of it. And in Imaginative cognition, gradually, the
    • that remains. He who arises to Imaginative knowledge gradually learns
    • an individual affair — but through the understanding, with
    • as an essential part of his own human individuality, and feels himself
    • general, but to the single human individual directly, for this is
    • being — the individual himself — reaches his full
    • ‘ethical individualism’ as un-German, Rudolf Steiner could
  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • to class, and gradually everything in them stagnates, becomes
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • through these many lives. This consciousness, however, will gradually arise
    • spiritual than our own, the individual name was of less importance.
    • Whatever individual karma the “ I ” incurs in the process, is
    • the individual will acquire greater and greater power over certain masses
    • the single individual will immeasurably increase. If morals are not
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • outside the body. The individual lives then in a different
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • Individualities.
    • Individualitaeten.
    • THE COSMIC WORD AND INDIVIDUAL MAN
    • man's individual etheric body. And this flooding warmth, this
    • music, which resounds in an individualised form in the human etheric
    • human soul translates what is really individualised cosmic
    • is the thought-process of the Universe individualised. This
    • individualised thought-process of the Universe reveals itself as
    • individualised Logos. One cannot really say: this forming of
    • individual form, expressing in an inner Word, that can be perceived
    • individualised Logos. Speech, which otherwise is directed outwards to
    • individualised Logos. And this resounding, speaking, individualised
    • which the individualised Logos that weaves within man is revealed
    • the Exusiai, Dynamis, and Kyriotetes, who individualize their
    • formed and made individual, which shines and warms and sounds and
    • speaks into the human physical body as the individual human etheric
    • Cosmos and is individualized in the human being, there is really
    • body, but this, too, imposes an individual quality on the activity of
    • Second Hierarchy are individualised according to what man is, as good
    • beings, individual Beings of the universe.
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  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • spiritual form, gradually descended to become the material being we
    • evolution? It was that a specially developed human individual,
    • not merely be looked for as an outer individual man, but as an Inner
    • when a decisive change takes place in an individual human soul. What
    • individuality. This kind of thought reached its climax in books like
    • Event of Palestine, marked the mighty progress which had gradually
    • historical individuality of Jesus of Nazareth. Then, through what
    • individual, — with the Christ-Being. Thus there is a
    • the feeling of the Jew: ‘When I, as an individual member of the
    • fashioned the individual physical nature of man is living in me as It
    • has lived in all my forefathers.’ Thus the individual member of
    • Spiritual, recognise It in the individual human being — not in
    • in the individual, and is discovered by the individual when in the
    • Divine-Spiritual, which every individual — because he is man —
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • between Africa and America. Science itself is gradually beginning to
    • clearer and clearer, and man began, very gradually, to develop the
    • confronting them as a separate independent power in each individual.
    • all-embracing consciousness out of which individual
    • the long E flat on the organ? Do we not feel here that individual
    • individualised Ego-consciousness was of the greatest significance, and
    • lands. Spiritual Science speaks of advanced individualities and again
    • and again one is asked: Why do these individualities not reveal
    • principle of individual independence. In the age preceding that
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • certain individuals, saying that their teachings were to be avoided at
    • obliterate all that had previously been known of these individuals.
    • Ammonius Saccas gave instruction to individual pupils but left nothing
    • ancient times it was still possible for individuals here and there to
    • Initiation, the preparation of the individual for Initiation. We see a
    • historical tradition as against the strivings of individual human
    • Saccas and Iamblichus, namely, that the individual human being can
    • possibility of individual insight smothered. The ancient path of
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • the individual human being. But things have become displaced.
    • What the individual human being experiences consciously when he
    • not the individual human being, but HUMANITY, and the individual
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • For a gradual
    • underwent a constant transformation. It was gradually
    • astral body during the. Moon-epoch, whereas the Ego is gradually
    • individual human beings. The colour of the skin must, for instance,
    • individual human species; in the human kingdom, however, we cannot
    • lived backwards through our earthly life and have thus gradually
    • that things that gradually develop in a physical way must arise quite
    • when the sphere gradually grows smaller and finally this sphere, upon
    • head. The gradual development of the form of the head is the result
    • based upon truth. We should gradually be brought to the point of
    • we gradually become mature men, who concern themselves with the
    • you belong to those who are gradually penetrating into these
    • gradually become familiar with them, acquiring an idea of all that
    • forgotten where they have read them! These are the “individual
  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • away and gradually disappeared. The aim of the Manu of the Fifth Root
    • evolved gradually in the first three subraces. Until in the Fourth
    • matter of certain Initiates elaborating for individuals the
    • the peoples through preachings and sermons, but it had gradually lost
    • Root Race, are Supersensible Individualities, who underwent the
    • human individualities have trained themselves so that from the Sixth
  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • ancients the duality was non-existent, of natural law upon the one
    • God; he will see this consciousness gradually weakened and paralysed,
  • Title: Lecture: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • Individualities.
    • Individualitaeten. Die Verinnerlichung der Jahresfeste.
    • The Human Soul in its Connection with Godly-Spiritual Individualities.
    • Individualitaeten. Die Verinnerlichung der Jahresfeste.
    • gradually loses the connection, which is so essential to him, with
    • pedantry, which has gradually been creeping into man's life and
    • that as men gradually receive into themselves more and more of the
    • reach a higher stage. The Archangels gradually receive more and more
    • Archangels gradually receive more and more of the Christ, Who has
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • individualised Beings. And at the lowest level, at the lowest stage
    • incorporate not in the individual man nor yet in a nation, but rather
    • experience of kinship with the Pleroma, the faculty of individual
    • revealed to him. The springing-forth of individual thoughts
    • words, a Luciferic impulse gradually insinuated itself into the
    • unfold the faculty of pure thought were gradually tinged with
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • will gradually arise in our Fifth post-Atlantean epoch will be a
    • This state of affairs cannot be improved by one individual or another
    • in his individual life between birth and death.
    • which contains all its individual beings organically within itself,
    • that every individual, scarcely has he conceived an opinion, should
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    • nor do I venerate the single individuality which has lived in this
    • in whose whole being not only his own individuality had lived, but
    • the individuality of a super-sensible being; this had expressed
    • that which he conceived of as Zeus from the human individuality which
  • Title: Lecture II: Ancient Myths
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    • consciousness. The Greeks saw such Beings in the individuals of the
    • mysteries, but gradually, since it has become abstract, only serves
    • fact, expressed in the myths. Thinking gradually passed over to
    • gradually vanished, it was necessary to fall back on just such a
    • connected with mankind as such, that goes beyond the individual
    • to say. As the individual man directed his life with his ordinary
    • to the fifth Post-Atlantean epoch in which abstraction has gradually
  • Title: Lecture III: Ancient Myths
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    • speak in common have formed the individually sounding languages,
  • Title: Lecture IV: Ancient Myths
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    • question, however, can only be approached slowly and gradually. It
    • thus into a special relation with the universe, gradually evolved
  • Title: Lecture V: Ancient Myths
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    • changes taking place in a single individual. The individual as the
    • one hand he looked back at the 18th Century, how it had gradually
    • however with something else. We are gradually developing a
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    • the skeleton is a duality. You can easily lift up the skull from the
    • complexity. But we will first consider the duality which we see when
    • trunk-man. And so too is the complete flesh and blood man a duality,
    • individual.
    • slowly, is destined to transform the head-knowledge gradually into
    • of the future; that head-knowledge shall gradually be
    • duality, as head-man and heart-man in connection with the universe,
    • gradually begun to turn aside from all that can be known of the
    • European social totality — inasmuch as it has gradually created
    • disregards individual pacifist cranks who have seen something serious
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    • goes to pieces gradually during our life and the spiritual arises. We
    • Some individuals
    • of how individuals take it into account, in which case however they
    • heart. This can of course happen in the case of single individuals,
    • individuals, when it passes over into our civilization, when our
    • the earth. Only man must gradually develop what has been
    • the individual but humanity too in a certain way has forgotten how to
    • of what cannot be rejuvenated. Whether we look at individual persons
  • Title: Lecture: The Souls Progress through Repeated Earth Lives
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    • he gradually acquired the possibility of following the process that
    • dwell in the individual human beings need not at all be related to
    • already quite abstract form, which has of course appeared gradually
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    • The Human Soul in its Connection with Godly-Spiritual Individualities.
    • Goettlich-Geistligen Individualitaeten.
    • Individualities.
    • Goettlich-Geistligen Individualitaeten.
    • is expressed in words develops, gradually, out of speaking. It is
    • enabled gradually to behold the whole warp and woof of the world and
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    • ordinary life and ordinary science. Pure thought begins gradually to
    • Imaginative Thinking is gradually brought home to us, however,
    • The exercises gradually give us the power to eliminate the whole of
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • spirit. By departing from various standpoints, we have gradually
    • years prior to the Mystery of Golgotha, and then it has gradually
    • that humanity gradually loses altogether the possibility of
    • traditionally from a Christian direction and had gradually acquired
    • this dual character of cognition during the Middle Ages. New
    • intellect, as such, had developed, its technique had gradually
    • gradually paled and died. The possibility of an independent
    • gradually paled under the influence of contents which were
    • gradually disappeared completely, and what lies before us in the
    • super-sensible contents gradually pales and disappears. Also this
    • were gradually lost, so that finally nothing remained of this idea
    • these super-sensible contents of human knowledge had gradually
    • is gradually losing its contents and is gradually adopting the
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    • world-conception was gradually approaching a certain culminating
    • gradually came to the surface in more recent times, and that it was
    • gradually come about that the arms, feet and legs of the human being
    • so forth. Particularly the individual side becomes an egoistic
    • we gradually learn to swear in the materialistic epoch, between
    • face this war of all against all. We would see the gradual
    • result of the world-conception which has gradually developed since
  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Body as a Reflexion of the Universe
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    • becomes severed from the human individuality and goes its own
    • individuality, from that part of its being which then continued
    • individuality of little Theodor Faiss, but I would rather draw
    • individual human being is placed into his physical existence; all the
    • individuality of a human soul such as the one of which we spoke just
    • human beings should gradually become acquainted with spiritual
    • forces pertaining to the spiritual world. These forces are gradually
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    • experienced, however, they gradually become vision of man’s
    • course of the Middle Ages this wisdom was gradually superseded by a
    • in the element of air, by the process of breathing, again gradually
    • which were gradually evolved by Scholasticism and have since been
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • Thus man would gradually become an automaton, unless we bear in mind
    • be cultivated individually, so that we may progress. Cultivate what
    • gradually find the path enabling you, in the present difficult and
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    • can there gradually be achieved what is necessary in this domain. As
  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of the Movement for Religious Renewal to the Anthroposophical Movement
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    • have gradually become those of our arts — bodily, plastic
    • before him. The theology and religion of our time has gradually
    • work from the enthusiasm of a few single individuals, but that it is
    • gradually develop together with anthroposophical knowledge out of the
    • single individual, but that, out of the knowledge thus gained in an
    • individual way, there must flow by an absolute inner necessity the
    • private individual, and in such a way that I have emphasized with the
    • this being made quite clear to the world; to individuals who wished
    • I am quite sure that the very excellent and outstanding individuals
  • Title: Lecture: The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead
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    • gradually be acquired by speaking of things repeatedly and throwing
    • rise gradually to those concepts which penetrate more deeply into the
    • for we know, of course, that during our life we gradually become used
    • up, we grow older, and our strength gradually dwindles. Consequently,
    • that we gradually begin to feel and to sense our physical body. We
    • little, we do not notice the fact that we gradually spin ourselves
    • on, fatigue gradually begins to drown the vital forces, and then the
    • If we gradually
    • lecture. Here, in the physical world, we gradually grow accustomed to
    • approach them physically, and then we gradually become acquainted
    • must gradually build up. You may have an idea of the soul's
    • that you TAKE HOLD of it ... and as you gradually ENCOMPASS IT
    • difference between a soul that is gradually finding its way into the
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    • (Ruotsi). The Slavs then gradually adopted this name, and because
    • Just as an individual human being
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    • can never satisfy a person with an in-turned will. Many an individual
    • or superficiality of the individual. But this very pain, this
    • individuals with the deepest sense of the Society's mission who have
    • consisted exclusively of thoughts and feelings. Each individual split
    • have had to call away individuals who formerly guided activities in
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    • of this materialistic impulse we shall gradually enter an evolution in which
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    • the impressions of education gradually begins to participate in the
    • gradually disappears and is forgotten. It is there nevertheless, and
    • nothing else but a gradual forgetting of all that chains the human
    • answer. But we must leave ourselves time to do this gradually, for it
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    • something else we should note as well, which will gradually have to
    • blood on the physical plane. These things will only gradually be
    • prescribe in individual cases how the macrocosmic element outside can
    • carrying out his method properly, he can gradually exercise his own
    • us say, then, that we shall gradually attain an understanding of the
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    • towards which we will gradually work our way. In the first lecture of
    • will gradually accustom themselves to this way of thinking.
    • transition from dual sexuality to the division into sexes if we
    • visualise how the earlier dual sexed human being gradually developed
    • in such a way that in one group of individuals the characteristics of
    • meaning behind the two sexes gradually developing and then
    • individualities, which expresses itself in the multiformity of life
    • in him. Man became in a certain way individualised because, having a
    • gradually individualised in the course of life. Then this possibility
    • became harmful. For this gradually reduced mans capacity to change.
    • individuality the power to change himself Man always has an inner
    • and gradually disappeared altogether the more humanity progressed.
    • point of mummification. Through the gradual departure of the moon
    • individualisation of man. If it had been possible for human beings to
    • propagate without the two sexes, this individualising would not have
    • human individuality would be extinguished, and men would all become
    • individual characters from birth. So the significance and meaning of
    • through the separating off of the male element the individualising of
    • man at birth has replaced the old kind of individualisation. What was
    • individualisation was pushed back to the arising of the physical
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    • organism is extremely complex and its individual organs came into
    • ordering of matter in the cosmos, so that the individual planetary
    • science. To begin with you hear — and gradually understand —
    • Moon and Earth. In the future it will gradually become completely
    • individualities who have to interpret the signs of the times had to
    • when we regard it not as an arbitrary act of this or that individual,
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 6: Illness and Karma
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    • number of days that varies individually, the second corpse, the
    • as an individual, we find something else that gives them a more
    • Lemurian epoch. Man gradually descended from divine-spiritual
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    • intelligent it does not arise out of an individual element in the
    • have by virtue of being born an individuality. This stream takes on
    • characteristics. Now it is true that the actual individual kernel of
    • normal conditions for his individuality to be exchanged. The
    • individuality is already united with the human body before birth.
    • at what moment this kernel of individuality can start its formative
    • work on man is a different matter. The individual kernel is already
    • the child has entered the world this kernel of individuality begins
    • child at birth, and little by little the individual qualities work
    • individuality's work on the organism before birth, that is quite
    • another chapter. We can for instance also say that the individuality
    • by the individuality takes place from without, for example through
    • the mother. But the actual work of the individuality on the organism
    • animals we cannot say that an individual soul passes from incarnation
    • cannot say that what is individual in the animal is reincarnated. It
    • gradually transforms the organism, so that it becomes not only the
    • of his individual abilities, talents, and so on.
    • the organism, that is, if it is not individual, the feeling of
    • the ego only gradually begins to be active in the child, and at birth
    • him. Nobody is likely to say that a dog or a parrot has as individual
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    • various capacities that mankind has today, developed gradually in the
    • souls, whilst the souls around the Equator were more individual
    • not have come about. For the Lemurian population would have gradually
    • these people gradually wandered to the West and became the nation the
    • individual, personal matter. And it was only at the border of these
    • within us speak, or by imagining that each individual carries his own
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    • know that man's development is a gradual and very complicated
    • forces. However, these currents and forces gradually become less
    • is ringing. The child learns this only gradually, because the part of
    • let us consider the gradual development of the human being and
    • and then the etheric body gradually develops. And this etheric body
    • gradually begin to realise their depth. Where does all that is
    • his ego, and he has been gradually developing these principles. But
    • have gradually replaced all this by something he has taken into
    • dint of struggle and striving gradually to create out of these
    • advancing to the freedom of individual creativity through the
    • brotherhood. This means nothing else than that each individual is
    • inseparable from the principle of individuality. Each single member
    • individual prepares himself to reach the level of those who are the
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    • is over. After death relationships between individuals continue as
    • by studying them very gradually and from many different aspects. It
    • hope to penetrate slowly and gradually to the essence of
    • to develop gradually. This is also an indication of how what I have
    • age is a cause of offence to numbers of individuals. But we must not
    • flow into it. Individual souls will become more and more receptive
    • ought to have loved some individual but have loved him too little; we
    • relationship we had with an individual who died before us remains.
    • individuals remain and continue as they were during earthly life.
    • individual will be very different if he detects a spiritual quality
    • recognise the true qualities of the individual in question. The most
    • decisive. Individuals with a religious inner life will become
    • to which they belonged. On the other hand, individuals without any
    • individuals with predominantly materialistic views and who scorn
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    • individuals, marks the limit before which, in later life, a human
    • about the reason why the child gradually passes from the stage when
    • difference is evident according to whether an individual passes into
    • individuals who during their life on Earth came to realise that
    • the attitude of soul in every individual should incline to
    • attracted to those individuals whose souls have been moulded by the
    • principles of a different faith. An individual who on the Earth
    • Earth, also understanding of what is taking place in every individual
    • human being without distinction. Even when some individual was to be
    • men had gradually to be prepared to become more and more qualified
    • namely that in the earlier periods of Earth evolution the individual
    • Individuality to whom the Christians turn, was least active among the
    • gradually acquire. But the reality itself has come to pass;
    • becoming solitary individuals in the Sun sphere, unable to make
    • individual can ask himself the question: In what measure must I
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    • spiritual world we come into contact with a friend or an individual
    • new birth the individual concerned must undergo all the suffering
    • upon conditions to bring about a change. An individual who is aware
    • period after death, during the time in Kamaloka, an individual sees
    • It is really only an individual who has remained on the physical
    • follow that an individual feels exactly what he expresses in his
    • soul, the whole stamp of the individual concerned. So what we
    • of how men will gradually develop consciousness of what surrounds
    • conveyed by individuals with whom there had been a connection in the
    • consequence, a host of individual human souls, as described in detail
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    • stars work upon his being, how they gradually rebuild it. From this
    • beings having gradually acquired knowledge of particular processes,
    • will be quite a number of individuals who when they look at a
    • Speaking generally it can be said that the number of individuals who
    • utterances were an enumeration of the individual planetary Spirits
    • the Universe was gradually lost to humanity and it is interesting to
    • watch how the ancient knowledge disappears gradually as later epochs
    • it but in the future more and more individuals must do so —
    • gradually find that they lack the life-giving forces they need.
    • the soma-juice rained down from the heavens into individual souls,
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    • Christmas season we may very properly think of an individual
    • With this individuality and his activity since the
    • And so we recognise as a valid truth that the individuality who lived
    • the course of his incarnations an individual will have lived in
    • Mars. The example of a certain individuality is clear evidence of the
    • in the next incarnation in an individual who conceived of the
    • have confronted another class of individuals, composed of followers
    • of individuals capable only of leading a monastic life patterned on
    • that of Francis of Assisi; and these individuals alone would have
    • be prophetically foreseen, it became the task of the individual whom
    • relationship led to the individuality of the Buddha ceasing to work
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    • individuality of whom we are now thinking lived on the Earth as
    • too, that when an individual passes through the gate of death he
    • to acquire these capacities gradually. In the earliest period of his
    • what we shall gradually come to recognise as the true ‘I’,
    • earliest periods of his life the human being is only gradually
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    • of teeth occur at precisely the same age in different individuals.
    • less regular and also more individual process — proceeds from
    • which is the line of individual development, it is impossible to make
    • of an individual. It would be a complete misconception of history to
    • individual living in the thirteenth century. In those days there were
    • control of the Medici. The tremendous power of individual authorities
    • this spiritual endowment had undergone decline. Individuals who
    • human beings had gradually withered away in the soul. Now the life
    • the conditions just described. The individuals baptised by John were
    • these individuals was liberated from them and for a short time, while
    • Mystery of Golgotha into the souls of individuals who develop a
    • more materialistic. Because all development is a slow and gradual
    • to the Mystery of Golgotha. Individuals belonging to the most
    • is possible only through Spiritual Science. But if man is gradually
    • now the Buddha's task gradually to transform these warlike traits in
    • truly great individuals such as Goethe do no such thing. They
    • individual can reach on a path of progress. Public opinion is
    • gradually — can be traced back to infancy; but there will be
    • existence of an increasing number of individuals about whom it will
    • inevitably be asked: What can have happened to that individual at a
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    • Vision of spiritual realities gradually lost by human souls in the
    • from the other side of life, the fact that man's body can gradually
    • individual enters into physical existence there is a mysterious
    • is that perhaps only after hundreds of years a particular individual
    • beholding the spiritual should gradually cease and man's gaze be
    • individual sends from his soul into his body that is coming into
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    • for the next incarnation. Individuals after death are approached by
    • We know that when an individual has spent this period of
    • acquired in earthly life. And so an individual who in earthly life
    • Earth such an individual can take no interest in spiritual worlds;
    • for such an individual but in this case not as a result of
    • in such a way that although he becomes an individual who is,
    • When we come across individuals who have worked on their
    • themselves had been acquired because such individuals had passed
    • of super-sensible research we trace the path of such an individual
    • individuals, who shied away from facts and people in the world and
    • individual of this type might say: I seek within myself in order that
    • example, there are individuals who notice an announcement that here
    • the fact that many individuals reject Anthroposophy and it is
    • shown. Therefore as individuals we can acquire from the Beings of the
    • those individuals with whom we had actual contacts here on Earth and
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    • individuality of the human being concerned, continually expands,
    • the individual acquired through heredity with what has been absorbed
    • during which the soul feels bound to disengage itself gradually from
    • the soul gradually realises that it is nonsense to wish for
    • of Flowing Susceptibility. There the human being gradually
    • their own distinctive colouring in every individual. Whereas thoughts
    • incarnation on Earth taken as a whole, still lingers. Gradually,
    • ourselves belonged. We learn, therefore, gradually to know our
    • soul needs in order to shape a new life are gradually impressed into
    • individuals sitting here today. If the souls incarnated in the world
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    • certain summit, and not only among particular individuals, such as
    • everything that individual religious creeds have to say about the
    • immersed in the individual character of this thought. And then one
    • It was to this duality of the primal Father and the
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    • centre. What is really meant by the themes will then gradually
    • previously been incarnated on Earth in this or that individual. We
    • from spiritual worlds in order to live in single individuals on
    • how from the Lemurian Age onwards souls gradually came down from
    • the reflections, of the activity of Christ Jesus on the individual
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    • are told that the Lord often spoke in parables and only gradually
    • gradually, step by step, and very often only in connection with
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    • gradually to the seeker's soul. I have not withheld the various
    • have heard how he speaks of the new influence which gradually enters
    • And if we now ask how Parsifal gradually gains
    • from below the surface were gradually to emerge; and Parsifal,
    • gradually into the consciousness of men. Let us try to transform that
    • work gradually towards the other part of Kepler's world-picture
    • shall gradually come to understand what our anthroposophical
    • world-conception is seeking; we shall gradually press on further and
    • Search for the Holy Grail”. It can be left to each individual
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    • between the individual man and his ancestors and is included in the
    • individual thought, but is stimulated by the impulse coming from the
    • The Christ-Impulse gradually faded and man became aware that the
    • longer duration of life than an individual man. The individual man
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    • SPIRITUAL INDIVIDUALITIES OF THE PLANETS
    • rotating nebula, out of which the heavenly bodies gradually
    • speak of the “individualities” and the individual
    • In this way one comes gradually to a knowledge of the “individuality”
    • individuality. Equally it is not possible for a science that
    • individuality of the Moon.
    • he is reveals itself gradually as a kind of memory of the planetary
    • Saturn presents himself to us as the heavenly individuality who has
    • past. These indications give some idea of the individuality, the
    • individual character, of Saturn.
    • zest and fervour. Mars is the planetary individuality who in the
    • individualities stands the Sun, creating harmony between the
    • individuality in whom the element of necessity in destiny and the
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    • an insight into the facts of the spiritual world develop gradually,
    • greater value for the individual and concrete life of a human being.
    • riddles gives us strength, gradually makes us more perfect also as
    • destiny. Undoubtedly, every case has its individual aspect. But just
    • the spiritual-scientific study of individual cases can give us a
    • Of course, the details differ for every individual case,
    • sight of this fact — is gradually impoverished through the
    • thoughtlessly people live, without noticing the gradual
    • may really use this expression), they will gradually separate
    • forces which are gradually becoming paralysed and those which should
    • only for the welfare of individual human souls, but also for the
    • gradually enter before birth into hereditary conditions through the
    • which concerns us individually during a future life on earth, but
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    • behind. Gradually, what we acquired and assimilated to our etheric
    • aside by the real individuality — sends back his imaginations
    • remains a connection after death between the true human individuality
    • or that dead individual. A certain kind of intercourse can
    • individuality of the dead is living. However, one can only do so if
    • individuality through the fact that he lives in the writing. Or
    • aside our etheric body. We with our own individuality are then among
    • or antipathy to individuals. He must not allow himself to be
    • individualities, can have with people on earth, is far more intimate
    • is at this stage that the human individuality grows ripe to enter no
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    • gradually acquire knowledge in a different way, — he must set
    • individuality and rather strive to amalgamate. Certain initiates in
    • another and become many individuals. Rather do they strive to grow
    • whatever is investigated concerning the atomic weight of individual
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    • so that a more accurate knowledge can gradually be acquired by
    • images. In order to rise gradually to those concepts which penetrate
    • one, for we know, of course, that during our life we gradually
    • become used up, we grow older, and our strength gradually dwindles.
    • age. Our life consists in that we gradually begin to feel and to
    • fatigue gradually begins to drown the vital forces, and then the
    • If we gradually succeed in experiencing, in spiritual
    • world, we gradually grow accustomed to life by having, to begin
    • we first approach them physically, and then we gradually become
    • must gradually build up. You may have an idea of the soul's
    • but that you take hold of it ... and as you gradually encompass it
    • the great difference between a soul that is gradually finding its
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    • the right confidence can be gained only gradually, by one who sees
    • or, let us say, through conception — gradually becomes
    • individual life of the dead between death and a new birth, but also,
    • Gradually, we begin to realise that, after all, we live
    • connected with our individuality. It continues to live in our astral
    • gradually to form a plastic picture of the spiritual world. We can
    • gradually come, only of course, this must be in the sphere of
    • individuality — kindling themselves to a new consciousness, in
    • Materialism gradually estranges us completely from
    • continue to live as individualities. Then, the spirit and the sense
    • death continues to live in his individuality. It continues to live in
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    • The Mission of Individual Folk-Souls,
    • which, in contradistinction to individual human life, we describe as
    • individuals belonging to the several peoples will only be able to
    • of the Archangels. The individual members of a nation receive what
    • imagine that these Folk-spirits are individually different, as are
    • the several different groups of people are the individual missions of
    • spirit of the age is specialized, individualized by the Folk-spirits.
    • They are the connecting link between Folk-spirits and individual
    • individual man may be an instrument in the mission of his people,
    • this inter-mediation between the individual human being and the
    • it. It is true that man is in the first place a human individual, the
    • something over which as a human individual he has at first no
    • speaking the language of that people? That is not an individual
    • acquirement, neither does it belong to what we call individual
    • progress, it is the stream into which he is received. Individual
    • themselves in the most various individual ways, we have seen that
    • various folk-individualities. Whilst the Spirits of the Age endow the
    • Folk-spirits, care is taken that these may flow into the individual
    • human beings; so that these individuals may fulfill their mission.
    • The fact that individual persons become instruments in this mission
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    • gradually, and when they do alter, the alteration only takes place
    • different human individuals. You may think of an endless variety of
    • individuals, is only caused by the degree of the mingling. National
    • shall see the significance of the individual human beings to the
    • the mingling of the temperaments of the single individuals. You then
    • possessed by an individual belonging to the people. The Archangelic
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    • The Mission of Individual Folk-Souls,
    • reflection of this Folk-spirit is expressed in human individuality
    • itself, as the folk-character of the single human individual.
    • human individualities. He meets with some men whose souls have more
    • from within; hence when the individuals belonging to a people appear
    • from an individual human life, for in each one of these, what is in
    • the people, is something which floats above the separate individual
    • Archangels and the several human individuals. They on their part
    • single individual may do, not only for his own progress, his own
    • here, upon this physical plane, the individual human beings must
    • Between the individual human beings and the Archangels there are the
    • be carried further by the Angels into the separate individuals. The
    • attention to the cultivation of the individualities. This has in
    • the Angels, and these convey them to the separate individuals. Now
    • of their activity. Gradually the saying, that the external world is
    • of which the separate individual peoples first arise. In this way we
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    • The Mission of Individual Folk-Souls,
    • astral body, were gradually established and brought to their present
    • saying ‘ I ’ to himself, of gradually coming to
    • age the racial character is gradually being overcome.
    • intervening even in the evolution of the individual human beings. A
    • characteristics of the several peoples. Each individual in his own
    • We do not understand the individual man, if we do not
    • race and the individual.
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    • The Mission of Individual Folk-Souls,
    • however, can only come gradually before our mental eyes.
    • Angels, the intermediaries between the individual human beings and
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    • The Mission of Individual Folk-Souls,
    • in the way of the division of races, whilst Atlantis was gradually
    • The other peoples of Asia who were gradually developing, were for a
    • the Age who had gradually evolved himself up from the rank of the
    • people, He employed at first, while this race was gradually growing
    • that in ancient times the gradually growing Semitic people had an
    • thousands of years, gradually to spread over the whole earth. This
    • destined to come gradually under the guidance of many different
    • Archangels, in order to form individual peoples in various ways. It
    • necessary that a strong individualizing and intermingling of the
    • only gradually influenced by that common Spirit of the Age who went
    • gradually developed, something which in a certain respect worked
    • of the world, is gradually to grow for humanity. The point in
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    • The Mission of Individual Folk-Souls,
    • time of Christ in the Angels and individual Spirit, the Christ. The
    • same time they saw the ‘ I ’ gradually awaking
    • present, in order that these soul-forces might gradually develop.
    • gradually formed themselves, crystallized themselves into the body.
    • down into the individual human beings that which the Archangels bring
    • closely related to the separate human being and his individuality.
    • related to the individual human ‘ I ’ is, that
    • these individual Gods correctly. The Germanic Scandinavian man
    • able to see how the individual human being was built up out of the
    • go back still further for him, by showing how man gradually
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    • Atlantean evolution existed for the purpose of gradually developing
    • whilst they were gradually evolving capacities, and who looked on and
    • tendencies from the beginning and as it has gradually developed in
    • was destined gradually to acquire his ‘ I ’.
    • one felt with compelling accuracy that which will only gradually
    • slaying of Balder. This is felt by the Northman as the gradual loss
    • clairvoyance. Thus one of the greatest historical events, the gradual
    • the old clairvoyance, which then began gradually to disappear.
    • while it was still preserved in the North. Only very gradually,
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    • The Mission of Individual Folk-Souls,
    • Each individual people, yea, even all the smaller
    • different stages of the human being, to form it and gradually to
    • Thor. We have seen that each single individual felt himself to be
    • gradually developing that delicately spun speculation, logic and
    • individuality such as Thor. This was experienced in Europe, and hence the
    • European felt this gradual ascent to the individual ‘ I ’
    • of the organism. At that time each individual still felt himself to
    • individual ‘ I ’ being gradually born out of
    • God who really presented him with the individual ‘ I ’.
    • the individual community from which the single individual grows
    • individual ‘ I ’, with the giver of the individual
    • ‘ I ’, with Thor. The individual man recognized
    • system of the rights of the individual. Hence it was the creator of
    • was the great mission of those peoples which gradually developed in
    • that which proceeded directly from a gradual, successive evolution of
    • is for instance an individual man who performs his daily duties, let
    • East, gradually cooled down; then, at a time when Siberia and Russia
    • by Spitzbergen as a warm current, and gradually cooled and so on, —
    • gradually. That civilization, which must be pre-eminently a receptive
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    • his gradually evolving soul the workings of this old divine vision,
    • will be gradually convinced that this is no fantasy; but that what
    • single individuals, in a few especially gifted ones only. It will
    • his actions in the etheric world. Thus gradually the first elements
    • will, (from the middle of the twentieth century on), gradually
    • time been communicated to a few individuals from within the esoteric
    • false materialism, and indeed, there have always been individuals
    • arouse the new gradually evolving clairvoyance in the human breast,
    • individuality. The Germanic Scandinavian Archangel will bring to the
    • earth. We know that they are only individual sacrificial flames which
  • Title: Lecture: A Picture of Earth-Evolution in the Future
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    • earth. These Beings of whom I have spoken will gradually come down to the
    • feeling and consciousness of freedom, the self-completeness of individuality
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    • the gradual rise of the Anthroposophical Society.
    • that the religious convictions of the individual will not thereby be in
    • the individual human soul, a drop out of the ocean of the infinite
    • divine, do I therefore say anything which deifies the individual human
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    • leaders in these Mysteries who began gradually to separate out
    • lungs, and so on, and in understanding the organs individually we
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    • ourselves becoming gradually more and more convinced of the fact of
    • Adam. We can observe how sleep is gradually receding by the ray of
    • as is so common with modern artists we shall never get the individual
    • qualities of individual artists; we shall prefer one of them to the
    • within it. If we also study the other individual members of the human
    • of so unique an individual as he was, and that the earth can never lose
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    • individual human being. Even to-day it can sometimes be noticed how
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    • individuals who are working in or are in some other way connected
    • peoples who were gradually exterminated by the colonists from Europe.
    • of decadent Orientalism. There is a curious duality in the
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    • of them, gradually insinuate themselves into the etheric body. There
  • Title: Lecture: The Inexpressible Name, Spirits of Space and Time.
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    • We can say that with the gradual transition from the Egyptian into
    • gradually been assimilated by the ruling body, the state, drew out of
  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Being in the Physical Human Being
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    • Destinies of Individuals and Nations.
    • the physical world gradually transforms itself and assumes the
    • rivers, etc. This vanishes and we gradually begin to experience
    • the Earth we gradually learn to recognize the Impulse which I
    • realize these things, we gradually begin to feel that within us
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    • of this chaos, individual souls will emerge who will have a very
    • both in the individual and more especially in social life, this
    • oppressive and dreadful will it gradually become. And the strength of
    • membering of mankind according to the will of its individual
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    • truths of spiritual science. As we gradually find our way on this new
    • us in the pursuit of knowledge. As we gradually acquire knowledge of
    • we in like manner, throughout our physical life on earth, gradually
    • individual, can experience by being on earth in a particular place
    • It is also through what is most individual and personal
    • our individual existence, may perhaps be best conveyed in a picture.
    • spiritual beings are at work, creating and fashioning our individual
  • Title: Lecture: How Can the Destitution of Soul in Modern Times Be Overcome?
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    • individualities people were drawn rapidly together, without so much
    • individual, more dependent upon egoism, upon human loneliness
    • much more an individual, a solitary traveler through the world. And
    • others depends upon the working out of individual karma. For we have
    • have gradually reached a point at which, as a general rule, we do not
    • sight; it implies the gradual coming to the surface, little by little
    • together. What we ask today is that in becoming acquainted individual
    • And cultivation of individuality — which belongs to the
    • individual was not yet possessed of the abilities that can now be
    • individual, and particularly in our modern age of the consciousness
    • soul this self-culture of the individual is one of the most important
    • human individual. And it is spiritual science which will first
    • to its particular individuality. In this way we shall learn so to
    • and social laws often so implacably wipe out individuality in the
    • teacher himself, that any real effort to uphold individuality as such
    • to this development: if as individualism increases religion does not
    • them all. But because the urge to develop individuality through the
    • can no longer find its way to human hearts, and individual human
    • period Christ is already actually entering the individual soul.
    • individual an attempt should be made for anyone to describe his inner
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    • as the Ancient Indian epoch, certain individuals developed, in a manner
    • acquired a strong feeling of his independence, of his individual
    • gradually felt less intensely within the breath; it no longer remained
    • breath it is gradually linked to an external rhythm. By setting thinking
    • from breathing and gradually united with the external rhythm, it dives
    • within individual objects.
    • to the earth. This is the consequence of gradually entering into the
    • because thinking, which has gradually become strong and alive, has found
  • Title: Lecture: The Meaning of Easter: St. Paul and the Christ Impulse
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    • mankind had gradually to lose this living communion with the divine and
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    • that be,” the individual is often powerless. Hitherto, not even
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    • as a kind of individual entity in itself — a self-contained
    • individuality. Every farm should approximate to this condition. This
    • then we must say: In the individuality with which we are here
    • intestines of the “agricultural individuality,” if we may
    • Indeed, we have to do with an individuality standing on its head. We
    • agricultural individuality is standing on its head? For the following
    • individuality, a living organism, living even in time. The life of
    • individuality” has invisibly.
    • “self-contained individuality” which a true farm or
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    • tillage we can gradually impoverish the soil. We are, of course, constantly
    • If we continue manuring at random from year to year, we can gradually
    • gradually get our soil ever so rich in this or that substance, it would
    • manure is worked. The soil will individualise itself in nice relationship
    • to silicic acid, the Earth gradually loses its power in the course of
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    • differentiate, to individualise, as between the scent of earthly plants
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    • like. They, most of all, are subject to individualisation — to
    • with, for this alone will enable you to act with individual intelligence
    • as these things are so, your farm is in truth a kind of individuality,
    • complicated — they become individual, in fact.
    • as I said, we must first indicate general guiding lines for individual
    • indeed, very much — of what has gradually been discovered by experiment
    • are individualised. We cannot give hard and fast principles. This is
    • go on, giving many individual guiding lines. These guiding lines are
  • Title: Lecture: The Significance of the Mass
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    • in physical space. Formerly single individuals were led
    • individual view of what is impersonal in man.
    • thence gradually descended into matter. The second part is
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    • gradual process of man's formation from outside
    • earth. This will gradually reveal the human being, from the
  • Title: Lecture: The Templars
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    • what gradually began to live in the souls of the Templars.
    • and deep experiences were then undergone, and not for the individual soul
    • souls of the Templars should be torn out of the individuality of the Templars
    • with the Mystery of Golgotha did not remain with them as individuals, but was
    • also to be removed, as it were, from the individuality and embodied in the
    • that owed its origin to the fact that individual souls were continually being
    • personality and of all individuality and have the will of their parents
    • different again comes about from when it is only a case of the individual
    • lives. The life that we lead as an individual remains within our own person;
    • further with the human individuality, while some of it is incorporated into
    • it came about that in modern times, while certain individuals were inspired
    • beings have to experience these errors, and they will gradually come to see
    • gradually assumed a personal character, inasmuch as it aims merely at putting
    • wherein the souls of men may take their places individually and be able to
    • variety that can enter earth life in human individuality to come to
    • expression. One human being manifests one individuality, a second another,
    • and a third a different one again. All these individualities in their several
    • the single human individual to the whole stream of cosmic spiritual evolution
    • on the earth that the various impulses entered into Man only gradually. There
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    • sufficiently long time, corresponding to our individual development
    • we gradually develop a third way of thinking, which we need in order
    • moral forces, the will contained in our character, our own individual
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    • of individual truths or errors, but it is necessary to be clear
    • concentrating his whole life of soul on individual mental
    • is present in the individuality of the dead person but with the
    • How deeply the best individuals of our time have been
    • as valid, we can see in an individual who wrote so many excellent
    • who surrenders himself to the other extreme sees only individual
    • individual who wishes to direct his gaze to the spiritual world, who
    • dramatically; it is especially telling that this individual, in the
    • sense more probable than this. With its teaching of gradual
    • individuals today, those human beings who long to have their soul
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    • individual has the feeling that part of his being is super-sensible,
    • is a gradual unfolding of
    • individual is thrown back on his own personality and his personal
    • we shall accept philosophers like Avenarius and Mach as individual
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    • individual plants, but of the whole united plant-world — is a
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    • individual concern, that they will eventually have to take up the
    • is true that as individuals and even as a small society we cannot do
    • much the individual assertions that people make, it is the Ahrimanic
    • individuals, — as a small society — we cannot do much.
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    • values they individually create. One nation tries to outdo the other
    • transcends the individual human element must be revealed by knowing
    • as an entity? We can speak of an individual human being merely from
    • or a people is only a totality of so many individuals. Before we can
    • lie slumbering in his daily life, will gradually begin to see a
    • envelops the sense-nature of the individuals belonging to it,
    • individualised, specialized, in the different regions of the Earth.
    • individual forms and expressions of human nature in the different
    • impossible to characterise all the individual peoples. All that can
    • that it flows in an individual form from a human personality. Through
    • individual forms by the different peoples. Our whole attitude should
    • differences of their individual natures. And then we realise that the
    • in its entirety through any individual man, or through the members of
    • manhood lies in every individual, but it must be brought to
    • Divine. Whether we apply this to smaller races and individual
    • uplifts the individual people; knowledge of one's own race is sought
    • individual ‘man of flesh’ there is another man, greater
    • after true internationality, which always ennobles the individual
    • creations of one's own people. Each individual race must so find its
    • knowledge, each individual people may help to make the waves of love
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    • Individuals appear in the world from time
    • body will gradually be transformed. A wonderful vista of the
    • Flesh. He sees the body of the Earth gradually becoming the
    • Spiritual gradually densifies, how man himself has densified
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    • men have gradually reached a point in their development when they are
    • the course of his evolution had gradually come to be able to use only
    • — gradually develops a thinking, a feeling and a willing that
    • Hence his “astral body” has gradually become empty. He
    • give the single individual an inner feeling of comfort but can bear
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    • all that the individual has experienced about himself. For our
    • through this we come gradually into the reality of the spiritual, the
    • ideal. The moral intuitions are gradually permeated with what indeed is
    • from our individuality. Thereby Spiritual Science approaches an
    • Individuality itself as a directly active power.
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    • man, was gradually lost, mainly as a result of the conditions
    • post-Atlantean epoch clairvoyance will gradually be
    • gradually become able, from the twentieth century onwards, to
    • well to consider the nature of moral forces in individual souls in their
    • individual. In the case of most Europeans or, speaking
    • Kamaloka a spiritual Individuality shows us everything we have done
    • life that it is the Moses-Individuality who demands reckoning for the
    • given by a great Individuality of the fourth post-Atlantean
    • Buddha means that the Individuality concerned does not incarnate
    • Bodhisattva-Individuality who became Buddha five or six
    • onwards, individuals will appear who have developed in a way that
    • they will gradually grow capable of beholding the etheric Christ. He
    • incarnation. The Christ-Individuality was on the Earth in the body of
    • And just as in the case of an individual human being the ego is the
    • from a physical man -on Earth the Christ gradually evolves as Etheric
    • Individuality appeared and was to become a Teacher of humanity, signs
    • Christ-Individuality had taken possession. All the incarnations
    • there is evidence that at the age of 30 or 31, another individuality
    • another Being takes possession of his body. Individualities who will
    • and will not incarnate as children, are, for example, individualities
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    • very good exercise for gradually curing such forgetfulness. Suppose,
    • is a very good cure; he will gradually put aside certain so-called
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    • And because man as an individual being orientates himself in accordance
    • gradually to have thoughts apart from sense-perceptions. This was
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    • individual being reveals to us how the whole cosmos works within it.
    • arched in every individual. There is no general, only an individual,
    • a way that, at the same time, he can understand what the individual
    • organic being is a metamorphosis of its individual members
    • individual — what his being, regarded impartially, has gained
    • thereby a human individuality. As he lives with natural laws, so does
    • freedom and of individuality the breath of sacrifice. But art,
    • man becomes a free, individual being. In religious observance he offers
    • In art we are, on the one side, individuals; on the other, we offer
    • world. Man finds his individuality in thought that is free. And by
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    • though individuals had some inkling of it.
    • virtue of his individual constitution, he was also able to penetrate
    • gradually spread throughout the West and will become a world culture.
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    • gradually develop. If we learn to trace back these emerging spiritual
    • faculties in the same way that we trace the gradual growth of the
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    • Gradually, however, the significance of death began to dawn upon
    • intellectualism this Initiation-knowledge gradually faded away
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    • the map of Europe took on the aspect which it afterwards gradually
    • physical bodies, — this consciousness will gradually grow and
    • individuality consisting of the Ego and of the astral body continues
    • soul of this individuality works in the aura, but only his unused
    • development, yet they must gradually unfold. In future the East will
    • the individualities of men passing through the portal of death on the
    • gradually take hold of mankind. But in order that the forces
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    • say: Ancient Greek history is, essentially, the gradual loss of
    • Epicureans this gradually disappears. The ancient primeval knowledge
    • waning and gradual dying out of the ancient primeval wisdom. It is
  • Title: Lecture: Cosmogony, Freedom, Altruism
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    • forces which gradually and inevitably must bring about its
    • civilisation is gradually sinking into something where it can
    • individuals about freedom, at the time when all Germany was
    • human individual endowed with particular faculties, he is
    • old. The ruins of the old civilisation will gradually
    • possible along roads that lead to ethical individualism.
    • Cognition, and an Ethical Individualism.’
    • Individualism,” for ethical individualism is nothing
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    • difficult. Nevertheless, personal and individual
    • gradually. We know that there was in ancient times the normal
    • condition of clairvoyance. This gradually ebbed away and died
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    • consciousness gradually evolved. A kind of primeval clairvoyance
    • preceded the gradual development of our modern consciousness.
    • understand the possibility of two streams arising in the gradual
    • the world of the senses. This feeling gradually extended into a
    • appeared during the time of man's gradual descent from the spiritual
    • gradually to reach and enter Nirvana. In other words, he may learn so
    • individual personality in the world. How could it be otherwise in a
    • thirst for existence and rebirth which burns in every individual
    • alone and is concerned only with his individual life. In his
    • individual existence he strives for liberation from the thirst for
    • evolution of the world. Man is not an isolated entity, an individual,
    • an individuality! The Buddhist says: “Man has descended from
    • isolated individual, the Christian looks to Jesus of Nazareth, into
    • succession of similar individualities, the Buddhas, and herein lies
    • individual is indissolubly bound up with humanity as a whole, that
    • each time as a fresh experience. Not only the isolated individual
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    • paid to the personal and distinctive qualities of individual human
    • inasmuch as it is a public affair, concerning not the individual
    • the individual and the community?
    • essence of the materialism that has gradually come to be the
    • principles the body as such is gradually destroyed. The body
    • of the individuality of the other. The social question will be lifted
    • then the position of each individual in the community will be quite
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    • conditions of equilibrium. We see the child slowly and gradually
    • when, after his birth, he gradually finds his way into the conditions
    • thinking is gradually adapted to the earthly conditions. In
    • farther from the earth, he gradually comes to see the planets as well
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    • being — faded gradually into the background. He began more and
    • of full wakefulness in the cosmos. Gradually this waking life in the
    • gradually to lead mankind to a divine consciousness, to a religious
    • gradually grow to be conscious of his cosmic existence, the
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    • light that surges through the world's spaces, was gradually defamed
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    • gradually grew dim and faded away — a higher form of knowledge
    • must imagine further that it was because of the gradual paralysis of
    • gradual darkening and disappearance of a certain view and way of
    • had gradually degenerated, so that, when the Christ did come, people
    • were trained. When we consider this significant individual, we find
    • could say. When the Gnosis gradually disappeared altogether, it was
    • gradually disappeared. Contained in this spiritual
    • single individual, we again differentiate between the physical
    • spiritual soul and the physical part in each individual human being
    • gradually. This was the outer aspect: People came to know in images
    • what had occurred in Palestine; only gradually, with the aid of
    • first appearance of “Jesus” — gradually conquered
    • the Gospels conquered human hearts and souls only very gradually. So
    • experience gradually within himself the human connection with the
    • when describing this individual as a divine being, they are not at
    • gradually. His achievements took the form of actual facts. The points
    • my little book on the progress of the individual and humanity), the
    • will gradually begin to understand Christmas when they learn to
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    • have gradually come to this pass; our purely intellectualistic thinking
    • can really have it, and then we gradually come near the truth that
    • gradually to perceive our plane of symmetry, so too we can learn to
    • to perceive a gradual transition. The mere intellect says : The
    • gradually from the spatial to the unspatial.
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    • question concerning the origin, the gradual emergence and evolution,
    • primitive and simple forms of animal- and plant-life gradually
    • of the gradual development of life and also of the other occurrences
    • gradually. In the days of Goethe, for instance, when he occupied
    • spiritual-scientific research also reveals this gradual advance in
    • beneath us, which we find in a similar way in the individual human or
    • which gradually became our life, in order that as time went on such
    • In some way it must obviously come about that not only the individual
    • human being but the whole of humanity gradually throws off the
  • Title: Lecture: Thinking and Willing as Two Poles of the Human Soul-Life
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    • forces gradually emerge as actual thought-forces; but they are present
    • gradually develop from the time of conception and birth lie the
    • really in this, that gradually the will is taken hold of by the
    • dream. We have to introduce logic into life by our own individual
    • a vague and nebulous condition. Man would gradually have lost all
    • always of a duality, of good and evil, of God and the Devil, and so
    • that one understands this dualism in such a way that Ormuzd is looked
    • otherwise, if we speak only of the duality between God and the
    • can be put right by leading away from the conception of Duality, and
    • dual leads finally to a condition in which man cannot live, for he
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    • Denkweisen, die reden eigentlich immer von einer Dualität, von
    • der begangen wird, daß man diesen Dualismus so faßt, als
    • Bewußtsein, sonst werden wir, wenn wir nur von der Dualität
    • dadurch, daß man aus der Dualität wieder in die
    • Trinität hineinführt, denn alles Duale führt zuletzt
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    • call itself by the name of a great spiritual individuality, after the
    • all, in order to understand this singular individuality, all the
    • intimate about this individuality; it must be said that we have
    • said in the course of years concerning the Individuality we call
    • individuality in Eastern occultism with the exception of the highest
    • Bodhisattva was that individuality who, five hundred years before our
    • highest individuality to which the Eastern occult teaching leads. And
    • lead up to the Bodhisattva and the Buddha individualities, with the
    • the individuality of a Bodhisattva. One of these was however, present
    • in an individuality who lived 105 years before our era, in Jesus ben
    • Matthew-Gospel. Such a Bodhisattva-Individuality, a follower of
    • Theosophy speaks of this Bodhisattva-Individuality. And to the
    • great Bodhisattva-Individuality was incarnated; but because her
    • will find an individuality described there who lived 105 years before
    • deny that in this being a great Individuality was concealed? We
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    • slowly and gradually to attain to such conceptions. For something
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    • but also what he himself is. The sacrifice of the individual being,
    • the soul's determination to renounce individual being, so regarding
    • living idea permeating our soul, it will gradually lead to the
    • warmth will gradually arrive at the reality of what is concealed
    • self-will, assertion of individual will. These are, as it were, the
    • contemplated, and self-willed assertion of individuality. These are
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    • with equanimity, will gradually notice that his words have great
    • never have attained his freedom, or the capacity for individual
    • gradually to grasp, by means of meditation, what is comprised in the
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    • that feeling which was developed in the Individualities whose
    • ordinary superficial individual consciousness; but from the
    • subconsciousness pushes up that which in its individuality can
    • itself with the totality rather than with the individuality. That
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    • no sense in speaking of individual plant-organisms, only of the
    • found on the astral plane as group-soul, and the individual animal is
    • his individuality so far that it descends into his physical body, in
    • saw Him on the road to Damascus. The event on of man gradually
    • gradually spread, and in the course of that span of time a vast
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    • whichever form they may take in the minds of individual
    • average individual; being anthroposophists, you are not
    • real feeling for what it means when a miserable individual of
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    • instinctive level, and individuals are then aware of the
    • individuals are becoming aware of one such riddle. Yet they
    • provided for if human beings gradually let the moral element
    • machines. They wanted them to be free individuals who realize
    • evolution is taking. Individuals will gain in years, being 1,
    • influence from outside; this individual would be very much
    • take a really typical individual who essentially shows only
    • maintained. And so the individual remains as he is —
    • this would be a key point in the life of an individual who
    • individual imbued with the impulses of the age who now
    • an individual, someone born into such circumstances who only
    • realities which people must gradually learn to observe and
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    • are free individuals and therefore free to live in illusion.
    • And the way individuals accept truths today strongly reveals
    • Luther's words. But we cannot do that, for the individual
    • Some individuals have a true esoteric impulse, and I will
    • a continuation of earlier practices: to have individual
    • interviews. 1f talking to individuals had not resulted in
    • because individuals want to tell others for their own sake;
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    • death' for the moment. It is true that the individuals who
    • age it was possible for individuals who desired to harm their
    • such a way that the individual concerned would be an
    • gradually make it necessary for us to use the elemental
    • necessary. One such individual is Ricarda Huch,
    • once they know that the devil is all around them. Individuals
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    • in the future will arise because the individuals concerned, whom we
    • gradually, however. For the time being, human beings still
    • evil. But only the outer physical body, not the individual
    • should it not be possible for an individual to incarnate in a
    • The individual can still be good inside such a body, for the
    • be gradually, as I have said on a number of occasions. The
    • meetings, or individuals, with old ideas running on like
    • ensure that only healthy individuals are born in future and
    • of their individual reality again.
    • the growing inwardness of individual human beings. Sometimes
    • things, that Jesus Christ — that strange individual
    • everything which came from the individual called Jesus could
    • only have come from this individual because he was suffering
    • regard to the individual nature of others. Individuals differ
    • be what they appear to be. The individual person will be deep
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    • thinking about them. Today the idea is that individuals are
    • not able to do this, but if you multiply the individual by so
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    • eminently true, and the individuals who are so proud of their
    • individual whose inner impulses really came from all the
    • humanity in post-Atlantean times and would gradually
    • not able to see them. Luther, however, was an individual of
    • Luther as an individual whose inner life belonged to the
    • these things, irrespective of what individual people may feel
    • have undergone a transformation. In the past, individuals who
    • gradually approach the fire and do not shy away from reality.
    • then consider the teachers of that individual to see if you
    • the achievements of the individual.
    • make the individuals in question what they were. In most
    • the education of individuals who later became great
    • spirit. And whom do we like best to imitate? The individual
    • individual to develop, efforts are actually in progress to
    • atmosphere, as it were. And if something of an individual
    • assume the individual concerned found himself in a situation
    • individual's defence. It has to be realized that it is
    • us assume, however, the individual concerned was a lecturer
    • individual who is to be educated. Then a strange thing will
    • at once, in dualism — to enter into profound thought
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    • individual basis.
    • life. Here the human thoughts of every individual enter into
    • to develop here on this hill. For art, too, has gradually
    • has gradually entered more and more into the lifeless sphere,
    • this is an erudite, scholarly and truly profound individual,
    • organism and individual citizens as the cells in this
    • organism, with the individual citizens as its cells. We do,
    • and you would then no longer consider the individual
    • organism, this makes individual human beings into cells,
    • this as your basis and then observe how individual States
    • also Schaeffle's — mistake was to compare an individual
    • way individual people do in a country. Cells adjoin, they are
    • neighbours, and this also holds true for individual States,
    • the organism and an individual State to a cell. Well, the
    • case where Kjellen compares the individual State to an
    • say that some individuals had a notion that this war was
    • where they gradually go to sleep in their satisfaction at the
    • in general terms about world harmony, about the individual
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    • outer and inner destiny experienced by these individuals, and
    • Some individuals develop an irresistible hankering for
    • with the fallen Ahriman. They gradually come to love the
    • taking note of how its organs gradually change, or partly
    • longer be sought. But the individuals who have become so tied
    • started?’‘ The individual who started it had a
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    • these individuals must nevertheless know three or four people
    • principle comes to expression in different ways in individual
    • had gradually evolved from animals. At the same time, large
    • must gradually come to the realization that everything
    • like the individual whom I gave as an example the other day,
    • using our terminology, but considering those individual
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    • soundness of human life in the future than for individuals to
    • world need to be more and more fully developed. Individual
    • to take delight in stories which represent individual aspects
    • “Education must be put on an individual basis”
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    • individual. It was not to be, however, for humanity was not
    • every human being to be an independent individual. This would
    • in each individual region was to establish order in the blood
    • the individual and seeking to establish laws based on this,
    • gradually dying down as the powers of their brothers begin to
    • basis on which people can be independent individuals. And it
    • is gradually becoming the task of the spirits who are related
    • catastrophe, just as in the case of the individual the
    • gradually acquiring traits which recall the old Indian
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    • and gradually. Today we shall first of all consider some ways
    • in a downward direction and gradually caused materialistic
    • this was bound to come about gradually after their fall in
    • beginning of our era there lived an individual who was
    • mentally and psychologically abnormal; this individual went
    • individual instances. Let me give you an example which may
    • is of interest when one considers such an individual who is
    • which has been gradually evolving since the sixteenth
    • anthroposophy is gradually helping us to bring life into
    • particular nation, simply as a human individual who is here
    • individuals who are involved in current events, for example,
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    • developed slowly and gradually, of course, and we are able to
    • of light for its impulses will gradually come to an end. The
    • into action when individuals have reached the age of 28, when
    • an individual who taught criminal law and who tends to come
    • This individual taught criminal law at a university. He
    • individuals but merely the system used in schools —
    • science! These things only move gradually from being
    • way that the individual concerned gets a feeling for events
    • endeavours will be that every individual will be able to
    • being pulled and that some individuals are pulling the
    • strings. Those individuals will find it all the easier to do
    • the enemies of democracy, the individual concerned wrote, but
    • individuals who are the real rulers and exploiters of France.
    • run from the actions of such an individual to the different
    • specific individuals — who, he says, govern and exploit
    • one such individual will be enough for many thousands. It is
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    • gradually arrived at a point in our evolution where we have dropped
    • the human being gradually dropped completely out of our understanding
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    • entire organism. When the organism gradually grows firmer and harder,
    • gradually becomes a habit. Think of the more recent evolution of
    • individual life, because the animal has no pre-earthly, individual
    • spirit. Gradually man assumed a higher spirituality. The lower
    • that they may undergo a gradual material metamorphosis in the grave!
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    • gradually be realised, but insight will come when understanding has
    • gradually learn to know that he belongs to the Spirit of which
    • individuals. It is present even now, only we must seek it in a new form,
    • in the Cosmos. It will eventually be possible to discover how individual
    • of which will enable the soul gradually to discover in itself and in
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    • individualizes itself for us, how it manifests itself particularly in
    • at the forms, the structures, of individual plants, he was led to
    • individuals were fascinated by what they beheld when, under the
    • individual plant forms and structures.
    • scientific point of view, I have actually found only one individual
    • prepared to attribute a soul to the individual plant, for example
    • we look at them as single individualities, yes, but in such a way
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    • are voiced by an individual like Dupuis, it only means that
    • theologians of the 19th century Christ gradually vanished
    • they gradually grew more lenient. Namely, in keeping esoteric
    • truths gradually penetrated out of the Mysteries, into the
    • times. With the approach of modern time they gradually lost
    • gradually been lost. It was with the 15th century that they
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    • — not as concerns his own individual, personal Karma,
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    • relation — a quite individual relation — to the
    • in their relation to the Sun, we see the Sun gradually
    • is 72 years. All this is connected with the duality between
    • body. It corresponds exactly to the duality of the movements
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    • accustomed to a certain feeling of certainty through the gradual
    • the manner described, we learn to know the gradual course of
    • destiny in love or in hate, gradually come up, when the spiritual
    • which man's physical form gradually developed out of lower beings
    • only a physical process is connected with man's individual
    • attached to the human head. Only in this way we gradually learn
    • as an individual hobby, but as something which must enter our
  • Title: Lecture: The Supersensible in the Human Being and in the Universe
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    • gradually evolved from lower animal forms. The Nineteenth Century
    • ideals and religious feelings gradually seem to be hanging, as it
    • into which the human being gradually enters is speech: he learns
    • just as exact, but in another sphere. He gradually discovers
    • and in ordinary science. He gradually discovers that in the small
    • to you, the human being of modern times gradually reaches a
    • become our own individual impulses, and by permeating ourselves
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    • spiritual way in which man lived in his surroundings gradually
    • Buddha, who gradually became an object of veneration on the part
    • the 19th Century gradually changed Christ Jesus into a
    • we understand this, then the individual Christmas idea which we
    • We must learn to celebrate not only an individual Christmas, but
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    • This intellectual life gradually led it away from spirituality.
    • individual striving.
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    • Creation gradually arose: how Lucifer appeared to man, and how men
    • concealed from the human individuality on going through the gates of
    • European villages in which they arose and gradually evolved, shows us
    • something of what was being enacted before them. Gradually it became
    • of this quite profane feeling there gradually evolved that holy awe
    • described was the conception of Christmas gradually developed. For
    • various individuals, but never became popular.
    • future which is gradually to bring forth the birth of the spiritual
    • the spiritual life which was gradually dying out before Golgotha had
    • known in the Mystery of Christmas, which men will gradually learn to
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    • Word resounded, how out of the universal Word creation arose gradually,
    • that there is a termination for the human individuality of that which
    • gradually developed in areas of Central Europe, we are able to see
    • what was performed in front of them. Gradually there was a
    • Child in it for a little while. Gradually similar moments of
    • there developed gradually, bit by bit, the holy mood about which I
    • described it has the Christmas thought gradually been added. What
    • recorded by individual poets, but it did not become popular. The
    • Christ thought therefore becomes great and must gradually become
    • Golgotha had to pass away, gradually it had to be extinguished. The
    • often do not know what to make of these individuals who guide us to
    • An individual
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    • individuality has to manifest over and over again in a single
    • that the human individuality passes, not only once, but many times
    • again by the individual life-germs of man. This is possible because
    • attention is turned to an individuality who, so far as historical
    • investigation goes, is shrouded in mystery — an individuality lost
    • of the Christian era) did these two currents mingle and gradually
    • to his disciples and his people. He showed that just as individual
    • great universe is reflected in each individual. The real significance
    • let us realise that the doctrine of Zarathustra is not mere dualism,
    • which makes us individuals, which does not now pour in from outside,
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    • gradually faded away. Clairvoyant powers decreased little by little
    • less of spiritual force. The higher worlds gradually closed their
    • The old clairvoyant powers gradually faded as the development of
    • Individualities were able, with their wonderful powers of
    • human evolution must be regarded as a duality, consisting of the
    • this was the duality. Let us consider our own being, as we now exist.
    • in order gradually to lead man back again to Osiris. So long as man
    • gradually abandon the dead image of primitive
    • instead to the Great Individualities. And they appear before us in
    • Individualities, we feel a strengthening of our own powers. We
    • Individualities. We who are born in after ages look up to Them,
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    • body it spins threads out of which it forms a hard covering. Gradually
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    • experience all our physical experience is reversed. Gradually, through
    • loneliness. We are real individuals in the spiritual world because
    • that we have gradually to unlearn flying and learn to walk. You
    • recollection, of memory, gradually unfolds. At first it is quite
    • the right way, it gradually passes over into the religious. Art,
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    • los órganos individualmente, llegamos a comprender el universo. Se
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    • content first of all grows dim, is then gradually extinguished and a
    • have gone to sleep, and the sense-perceptions have been gradually
    • whole, and ask how the individual is rooted and grounded in the cosmos?
    • individual entities. The soul literally splits up its life into many
    • individual beings of soul-and-spirit. The soul comes into a certain
    • to the individual human beings; these teachings enabled the soul to
    • is which unites the cosmos with our individual life. When we wake in the
    • second and the first stage we are gradually led back.
    • individual consciousness, in order that he may not be disturbed by
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    • individual human being has the same essential significance as
    • individual human being I am interested in his biography. I have
    • individual man is more than a specimen of the human species. He
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    • remains behind of life passes over gradually into lifeless
    • enters into existence and his individual development, begun
    • horse, a dog or a cat no individuality?” And they will
    • individuality of a cat, a horse and so on — perhaps
    • of laying hold of the essentials. What is individual in man
    • which makes of him the quite distinct individual that every
    • individual in him, just as the plant works towards the
    • development of the individuality.
    • in each man no individual spirit and soul kernel which
    • individual in man. Now in the animal kingdom every creature
    • individual part of each separate man cannot originate from
    • individually to the species “man”, not, indeed,
    • individuality. If then, a man be born, there is born with him
    • an individual kernel which is not attached to anything else
    • than to this individual human substance. As the animal seeks
    • his species so does man seek his own individual human being.
    • That is to say that this individual kernel when it appears at
    • physical — kernel of this individuality which is
    • individual human life thus carries within itself the proof
    • from an individual human life to an individual Spiritual seed
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    • single individuality, so you will find the Egos of the
    • individual Ego. On the astral plane, we find for instance,
    • gradually be able to understand such things.
    • must learn first of all. We ourselves must gradually mature
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    • position of parent or teacher, and see the gradual
    • and spirit of man. But only gradually does Goethe fight his
    • gradually, step by step — with a true, psycho-spiritual
    • nature and with them gradually commences to build. Hence
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    • Strength and Wisdom. As human spiritual individualities, above
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    • 16th and 17th centuries in individuals such as Galileo and
    • such an intellectual individuality should not be taken
    • Alphabet and can only arrive gradually at the detailed
    • experience and individual thought; these composed the
    • many Monads, and in each Monad that was an individual Spirit,
    • individual plants. The expression “Urpflanze”,
    • individual, unaided, modern mind.
    • individuality of Schiller in plastic form before him, as if
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    • gradually came to light that the theory of motion, or
    • individuals ... ” He continues in the same strain.
    • Goethe, and a gradual and increasing understanding of his
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    • that some individuality or another could reveal itself with
    • phantasy, for this works strongly on the individuality and
    • unconnected with his own individuality, something arising
    • clear about the individualities of persons applied to
    • through another individuality. The existence of spiritual
    • speech — experiments, in which the individual
    • recognises something dependent on the individuality, and
    • on the Threshold. One can only gradually form for oneself an
    • feelings are so gradually intensified, and experienced in
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    • very end do we see Faust gradually free himself from
    • regions we shall also find what comes from the individual's
    • has four strings), so does the individual life arise. It may be
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    • specific individuality who stands there in history as Friedrich
    • narrowness — how it brought forth this individuality.
    • home to many individuals. Riddles are being set by life
    • can well observe it, if we consider those individuals of
    • with his own individual being, right down into his nervous
    • the individual, the life of human groups, even the life of all
    • has gradually become lost to men. Think only of this: in the
  • Title: Lecture: Hereditary Impulses and Impulses from Previous Earth Lives
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    • gain an idea of the individual man's position in
    • Unable to take hold either of individual Karma or of
    • the individual was of far greater importance. (I am clothing it
    • stronger individuality was speaking; one felt the active rising
    • wearing down of individuality; in a word, all that will tend to
    • follow after them. Thus will the individual be sacrificed to
    • individuality as Blavatsky, who appeared as it were from
    • said to me: We will gradually learn to do without the lectures.
    • other streams. And the question is whether individuals have the
    • conscience — and, above all, the freedom of individual
    • conviction, the placing of individual convictions, into the
    • life — the immediate human life of the individual
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    • individual human being through his repeated lives on Earth.
    • the Angel guides the human individuality through his repeated
    • life of the individual. Bearing all this in mind we shall not
    • individual, but in the epoch as a whole, it gradually leads to
    • Such aberration remains in a sense an individual matter. At
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    • human emotions, men gradually found their way to the view
    • hanging on the cross the thought of Redemption, and gradually
    • that the Christmas thought will gradually come to be felt in a
    • gradually develops his ego in the course of his life from
    • declare that the entire fullness of the being of man gradually
    • the earth, he gradually loses himself in his body, to find
    • capacities; it must answer the profound question: Do individual
    • thoughts gradually eliminate something from within you, which
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    • individuals together, and then they bring offerings to the
    • the path of the Scriptures. Thus gradually there develops the
    • guise the nature of their combined activity. The individual
    • is expressed by an individual symbol above the seat of each one
    • can gradually look into the spiritual world. It can look into
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    • individual human life, we describe as the mission of the individual
    • the individual peoples make their individual concrete contributions
    • speak quite impartially about the mission of the individual, Folk
    • common to all mankind. But the members of the individual peoples will
    • individual bird is related. Just as the group-soul directs the
    • individual examples, then we see in the life and activity of these
    • by one of the Archangels. All that the individual members of a nation
    • individual differences, we shall have no difficulty in understanding
    • that the individual peoples reflect the Particular mission of their
    • individual Archangels. If we have a Clear mental picture of how in
    • which, reflecting the Spirit of the Age, transcends the individual
    • individual characteristics of the Folk Spirit. Then, in the following
    • the individual may receive into himself that which the Folk Spirit
    • is, in the first place, an individual, a creation of his Ego being;
    • but he is not only an individual, he is also a member of a particular
    • people, something over which, as an individual, he has no control. As
    • a member of a particular people the individual has no choice but to
    • efforts, it does not stem from his individual initiative, it is the
    • legacy of his inheritance. Individual human progress is something
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    • change slowly and gradually, and only from within. These auras
    • the single individual these three temperaments may be variously
    • national characteristics of an individual are determined by that
    • individuals depends entirely upon the extent to which the three
    • individual human beings for the Folk Spirit. This is important. But
    • the mingling of temperaments in the single individuals. Therein lies
    • individual member of this people. This is the function of the
    • works in an extremely subtle and intimate way upon the individual
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    • is reflected in the human individuality itself as the
    • folk-characteristic of the individual human being.
    • centres, these focal points, are the individual human personalities,
    • the individual human egos. Just as to us colours, sounds, warmth and
    • individualities. He meets with some who respond more actively to the
    • according to circumstances, can make use of the individual men and
    • the Archangel experiences the individuals members of a people as
    • people in question when he perceives the individual centres beginning
    • Folk Soul is rather far removed from the individual human being, for
    • is something which hovers above the individual members. Man's
    • the individual human being. They transmit the behests of the Folk
    • Spirits to the individual souls and thereby help to determine what
    • the individual can do, not only for his own evolution, but also for
    • to cultivate them. Such is his individual destiny by virtue of which
    • who transmits the behests of the Archangel to the individual.
    • plane the individual human being must ensure that these great aims
    • are realized. Between the individual and the Archangels are the
    • transmitted by the Angels to the separate individuals. But the
    • of individuality. In some ways this is good, for a variety of shades
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    • and the origins of the individual folk communities, we must realize
    • prefigured, gradually realized and developed until they reached their
    • contemporary man is the one who has gradually made ego-consciousness
    • gradually being overcome. The first steps in this direction were
    • Form. In the Persian civilization this dualism is reflected in the
    • individual human being. Behind the question, who was Plato, what was
    • individual who grew up in the lineage of Solon, was a member of the
    • characteristics of the several peoples. Each individual is intimately
    • cannot understand the individual if we do not see how he owes his
    • individual.
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    • individual Folk Souls we shall have to select examples which are
    • mediate between the individual human’ beings and the
    • individual being, our ‘I’. In effect the external
    • abnormal Archangels the evolution of the individual peoples and
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    • individual races should be possible. In order to achieve that
    • from which the individual races spread outward. We then come to Asia,
    • with each individual race. The migrations of the peoples were
    • forces concentrated in the individual planetary Spirits (with the
    • possible and that in the formation of the individual peoples within
    • — the three Individualities ultimately came together, the three spiritual
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    • the time of the gradual submergence of Atlantis, and the later great
    • gradually developing, were for a long time simply under the direction
    • guiding Time Spirit who had gradually advanced beyond the rank of the
    • at first, whilst this race was gradually developing, a kind of
    • tasks of the individual Folk Spirits. Whereas the leaders of the
    • direction of their individual Archangels. It was not until the fourth
    • spread gradually over the whole Earth. Without this consummation of
    • a single Archangel-being and were destined to come gradually under
    • individualized. This was only possible for the following reasons: —
    • Archangels themselves. The individual peoples, indifferent to the
    • Archangels who were only gradually influenced by that common Time
    • from the twelfth to the sixteenth century something gradually
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    • the gradual awakening of the ‘I’ and the penetration of
    • of how the soul, the inner life, was gradually developed by means of
    • fully conscious in order that these soul-forces might gradually
    • soul are gradually formed and crystallized into the body. In the
    • individual human beings the achievements of the Archangels, so also
    • human being and his individuality. And that Being is Thor.
    • immediate feeling that Thor is related to the individual human ego is
    • that what was to be transmitted to every individual ‘I’
    • understanding of these individual Gods. Germanic-Nordic man perceived
    • part in the implanting of the individual ego, and in the microcosm
    • individual was built up out of the macrocosm and how he was an
    • could go back further still and show him how man gradually originated
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    • develop gradually the human ego and bring it to fuller consciousness.
    • gradually evolving and who were conscious of the divine-spiritual
    • development of the individual, these two modes of cognition are
    • development of terrestrial man who was destined gradually to acquire
    • will only return gradually to the consciousness of man through
    • Baldur. This is felt by Nordic man as the gradual extinction of the
    • greatest historical events, the gradual loss of the old, unclouded
    • clairvoyance which then gradually began to disappear.
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    • individual Peoples and Cultures in the Past, Present and Future.
    • of gradually developing it, devolved upon the Christian and post
    • Soul. We have seen that the individual still felt himself to be
    • culture was already so far advanced that it was capable of gradually
    • Europe; hence the European felt this gradual unfolding of the
    • individual ‘I’ as the emergence out of the Group Soul.
    • Thus each individual still felt himself at that time to be a member
    • of the tribal ‘I’. He felt his individual ‘I’
    • gradually emerging from the tribal ‘I’ and be recognized
    • really endowed him with his individual ‘I’. But at the
    • however, Sif signifies the Group Soul of the individual community
    • from which the individual emerges. Sif is the Being who unites
    • herself with the God of the individual ‘I’, with Thor,
    • the bestower of the individual ‘I’. The individual
    • individual people had its appointed task; chief amongst them was that
    • was necessary that the Mysteries should gradually withdraw. Hence
    • with the withdrawal of the Celtic element there followed a gradual
    • peoples who gradually developed in the most diverse ways in Western
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    • to incarnate in human bodies whose capacities had gradually been
    • gradually evolving soul the workings of this old vision of the Gods
    • of you who probe more deeply into these matters will be gradually
    • specially fitted to receive them. A time will come when individuals
    • capacities are gradually developed.
    • middle of the twentieth century on, gradually experience a renewal of
    • Mankind is gradually growing into that world in order to be able to
    • plane by a few isolated individuals at first, and later by increasing
    • individuals declared themselves to be the new Messiah. The last
    • in the human soul the new clairvoyance that is gradually unfolding.
    • of what we are able to contribute lie in our individual
    • individual initiative and our natural predisposition. We can best
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    • was so to say bereft by the gradual birth in him of knowledge in its
    • always brings a gradually developing skill in its appropriate sphere.
    • wonderful to see how each individual in undertaking his or her by no
    • freedom demands that every individual who does us the favour of
    • multiply its work in each individual concerned. Hence when one is
    • is not possible to mention each one individually, because so many
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    • consciousness. Through Spiritual Science we are struggling gradually
    • said that not only humanity as a whole but every individual is
    • the individual from birth to maturity his sheaths undergo changes. In
    • contribution of western culture is that the cosmic Individuality who
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    • gradually came to birth.
    • their permanent soul-life that we recognise individuals. Here we see
    • intensity, many things to which particular individuals in modern
    • guide us into the great world-secrets. Thereby we gradually acquire a
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    • these individualities there were yet others. One would have sought in
    • vain for the leading individualities in human bodies. But there were
    • be found among all peoples of such individualities, not only in
    • individualities that the Greeks were referring to, when they spoke of
    • individualities were the Heroes, superhuman Beings who were in the
    • in its purest form the human individuality. It could be said that
    • individualities do not incarnate during Earth evolution in human
    • individualities of the hierarchies we have described — an
    • Individuality even higher than the Archangels and the Archai, a Being
    • forces and impulses enabled this Individuality to fulfil a purpose
    • lectures, but who can only gradually be fully characterised — I
    • mean Lucifer. Let us consider these two individualities, Christ on
    • from the individual soul at death. There will be a death of the Earth
    • individual soul throws off the physical body and enters a spiritual
    • To expect the salvation of mankind solely from individualities who
    • spiritual. It concentrates their attention upon individualities
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    • antiquity, and the profound meaning of which will only gradually be
    • earth. But those soul-individualities whom the Greeks regarded as
    • gradually makes itself at home in the macrocosm. ... I tried to
    • consciousness has been gradual. During the Lemurian time this human
    • gradually that this consciousness began to enter into the physical
    • about the separation, the individualisation of men. Hence she is so
    • individuality is well defined. Where consciousness of unity prevails
    • separation, individualisation, isolation. Thus Hera plays an active
    • consciousness, the individualising goddess Hera — a function
    • from each other in their individuality.
    • gradually been poured out into the intellectual civilisation of the
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    • else. We know that the ego has only gradually drawn into the human
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    • know also. But Silenus is described to us as a wise individual. We
    • an old, ugly, human form, and that the type of the individuality who
    • teacher the wise Silenus, we have to do with individualities who have
    • consciousness. Thus when we cast about to find the individualities in
    • individualities are there in prehistoric times into which no history,
    • their bodies had to do. The individualities remained.
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    • gradually through our deepening in Spiritual Science, that we are
    • recognising this we lay a foundation which will enable us gradually
    • gradually lapsed into this organic condition, now emerges from it
    • gradually been formed in the ether, so in the human body of the
    • This duality in the whole of cosmic activity only started from the
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    • gradually solidified out of that original shadow-form. Today let us
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    • in all evolution, but also in that of individual human beings, if so
    • of the Rise of Rome, — a Rome built upon the Egoism of individual
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    • we may say that gradually it became impossible to deny that something
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    • and growth of the individual races that what the ordinary soul-forces
    • they increase to the point of monstrosity, every individual feature
    • the growth of humanity that what we call man to-day has gradually developed
    • at the basis of every individual race saw into the background of existence,
    • education. The man of the present day is gradually growing again into
    • perceive how the etheric body becomes a special, individual, egotistical
    • as universal humanity will only continue by preserving its individual
    • character, so truly will the individual national civilisations which
    • but which will make itself of value as something individual, and will
    • the individual in the being of the national epic, and illuminates every
    • man, therefore the individualities of the nations live so strongly in
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    • content of his mind, then he gradually educates his heart and
    • not what fanciful individuals may somehow portray in pictures of
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    • individual crystal forms within it
    • onwards. The Earth is gradually more and more consolidated, so
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    • gradually be dissolved into the Earth: the Earth would absorb them.
    • This form would then be able to merge gradually into the
    • living limestone and thereby become gradually one with the
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    • which earthly mineral limestone is gradually transformed, and
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    • realm of spirit; his soul gazes down not at an individual human body
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    • strange individual who was such a violent opponent of
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    • consolation to every single individual, to say to him exactly
    • whom they had gone about together. And gradually ... as
    • gradually the Apostles became conscious of what had transpired
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    • like individual human beings. But what a particular
    • attained by a few single individuals in ancient times through
    • whole macrocosm. Such is the body of the individual human
    • of existence and experienced the gradual ebbing of the Divine
    • spiritual power while as an etheric Being He was gradually
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    • Everything belonged to all the Essenes in common; no individual
    • his association with them and gradually grew to be all that the
    • And gradually the vision, the impression had been
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    • gradually taken shape within him. But in this particular period
    • remembered how this worship had gradually deteriorated and
    • individuals among the people when Jesus of Nazareth had become
    • every individual soul further our aims in the right way.
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    • external air, and as his senses gradually awaken — in the same
    • world, and the gradual growth into the spiritual environment;
    • harmony with itself. Much else could be described, in order gradually
    • an individual way, by showing the children again and again that they
    • temperately and moderately, in order gradually to free themselves
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    • any individual results, for a philosophy of life.
    • individuals through the cultivation of their own souls
    • have a way which in its pure form was followed by individuals
    • very ancient times in the Orient by individuals who were
    • individuality, implanted in us today by our inherited qualities
    • and other books of mine. By these means, one gradually succeeds
    • example: there have indeed been individuals with this kind of
    • feature, the individual expression of his eyes — and yet
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    • What every naive individual thus experiences extends, in a
    • dreamy that it has been forgotten like a dream. Only gradually
    • suggested yesterday, we can gradually give the mere life of
    • greater strength gradually; and just as at first we
    • the other person. Only a few individuals, like Goethe's
    • individual soul struggles free of the body, in order to enter a
    • the individual soul, so the physical element and all earthly
    • tolerant; it can recognize fully the value of every individual
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    • historical attitude gradually became identified with the
    • gradually accustom ourselves to study historical
    • potentialities. I would say: from language we gradually
    • science gradually passes into the present complete separation
    • breathing, which goes deeper than words. Only gradually did
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    • concrete in its individual forms as the world of the senses in
    • non-being, maya, gradually became predominant. There thus arose
    • gradually becomes a mere image, to be recognized as a
    • experience spiritually. They certainly condition individual
    • gradually lead us onward to spirituality.
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    • individual, whatever realm of nature it may belong to, as
    • self-contained individuals. We must not invade this other
    • individual with our clear and lucid thinking; on the contrary,
    • individual with clear and lucid concepts, love would die. Since
    • This is just an outline that each individual can fill out for
    • individual organs in man's total substance. Gradually, we learn
    • to perceive the harmony between the individual processes in
    • our comprehensive inner organism, and learn how its individual
    • exchange of heat. When we look at man in this way, we gradually
    • there are certain temperature variations, we gradually
    • individual organs. We must first condense the psychic element;
    • our individual existence on earth, so too, in thus descending
    • ordinary consciousness we can remember the individual
    • course modified — the theory of how the individual bodies
    • and rotating the drop of oil by means of the pin. Individual
    • enormous individual, but rather a spiritual world, which has to
    • himself gradually passing over into his heat and air
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    • Individual
    • comprehend social life even in its individual configurations,
    • this life in its individual concrete forms in accordance with
    • individual human being is subject to certain changes. The
    • that he felt: through this human individual is revealed
    • restrained in each individual gesture and phrase. A
    • individual human personalities. This was achieved in
    • on declaiming that the child's individuality must be developed,
    • something individual, but not anything that goes beyond
    • the individuality of the teacher himself.
    • child's spiritual individuality is something completely sacred,
    • aside what can hinder this tenderly protected individuality in
    • the free development of individuality. There is no need
    • must set aside, we set it aside. The individual will know how
    • individually now in modern life, can only derive from a
    • intuiting it in a directly spiritual and individual manner.
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    • Individual Spirit and the Social Structure
    • whole world. Only now, in fact, is the world gradually
    • rests on a democratic basis. The individual very largely
    • The greater part of public affairs is left to individual
    • individual human relationships. There is — or was before
    • political system. The individual who comes to the affairs of
    • extent, and even this little is gradually leading to absurdity.
    • individuals sought a kind of connection with the spiritual
    • tax on people who were particularly rich, so that gradually
    • was theocratic in form has gradually assumed a quite
    • itself in social configurations. The priest gradually becomes
    • gradually emancipated themselves from them.
    • social aspect, are gradually struggling free of the
    • deployed in space. And in adapting ourselves to any individual
    • a duality developed, taking over from earlier times the
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    • extraordinarily difficult situation that has gradually
    • of individual human beings who have been born into this
    • individual human being? And here, from the standpoint of
    • yet little understanding of this human individuality. Attention
    • individual who still lacks this sense of
    • Obviously, in an age when human individuality had not yet
    • individuals. In communal life, human capacities for absorbing
    • as it gradually passed over into Europe, was minted by European
    • impulses combined, the development of the individual to a
    • soul, but the fact that the individual was participating in a
    • pass on to a consideration of the position of the individual
    • rebirth in which man emerged to individuality. For this
    • individuals who could become leaders in the social sphere. Only
    • individuality fully only if he does so through the rebirth that
    • individuality in the fullest sense.
    • established the contrast between community life and individual
    • into the demands of individuality, Oriental civilization
    • development of individuality in Europe shall we
    • less common at first, gradually evolved. I would say: division
    • bore the stamp of a society in which individuality was still
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    • like: the people will gradually assimilate these concepts, and
    • very little to do with a man's individuality. These
    • people say: If you want to discover a man's individuality, you
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    • individual personalities are active in it. What is correct for
    • such that the rising wages themselves would gradually create a
    • spiritual life draws its nourishment from the human individuals
    • than the sum total of the individual institutions in which the
    • think it self-evident that, from within the individual, you can
    • fruitful in the social order must spring from the individual
    • human personality (only the creativity of the individual can
    • individual. In the nineteenth century, when intellectualism
    • always a safe guide. You gradually discover that, as far as
    • economic life is concerned, the individual cannot reach
    • that of spiritual life, it is for the individual to speak. In
    • the individual, nor that which flows from the un-sifted
    • individual contributes, to the whole, expert knowledge and
    • individuals can rub shoulders with one another. For this,
    • was universally predominant. All individual phenomena —
    • problem of labour arises. In so far as each individual was to
    • developed in fact from what one individual has to say to
    • individual personalities of the teachers can be realized.
    • individual, what is to happen. You will not be able to set up a
    • directly from the life of the individual; but only what is
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    • of it can appear in certain individuals. But the stages of human existence
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    • certain individuals. However, the stages of human existence that we
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    • dualism which cannot find the bridge between the Ideal —
    • recent epoch clearly inclines on the one side to a dualistic
    • dualism, between Darkness and Light, Evil and Good; that which
    • Manichaeism only `gets' on with Dualism, (in its own way quite
    • World-views individually in the abstract, but one must regard
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    • of the community will be the greater, the less the individual claims for
    • the less the individual claims for himself the proceeds of the
    • individual man. This deed is to the highest degree honorable
    • consider only our individual deeds. Every deed must stand under
    • advocating the use of democratic means to achieve a gradual
    • divine in the soul, tell what an individual can spread out into
    • Just let these people study what individual sects, developing
    • projected associations into which the single individuals
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    • year, while our movement gradually took shape within them. The
    • not wish to mention individual buildings, because they are not
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    • no individual plant, but was the ‘plant-hood,’ the
    • ideas with my eyes!’ He meant that just as an individual
    • in all plants, the archetype in all individual plants. You know
    • of the individual in the “all” of its phenomena. You
    • might become a fact. The hand will gradually dwindle and finally
    • ‘Every individual human being, one may say, carries in him
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    • a man it becomes gradually clear that there are things deeper than
    • it and gradually find the kingdom of the spirit. The other way goes
    • so that not only a few individuals who seek illumination can cross
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    • observe only individual people and the laws they have. In the
    • put we now see how the consciousness gradually lives upward from
    • spiritual spheres, gradually surrounds itself with the soul which
    • gradually betakes itself into the physical-sense elements
    • becoming gradually ready to behold the secrets lying behind
    • gradually departs from the human soul. For no one who has not
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    • west to east and gradually peopling Europe and Asia. All that
    • There were a few individuals who knew them, and they were the
    • What we have to attain to-day as individuals was attained at
    • host gradually disappeared from view, and then the flash of
    • When a few individuals, after undergoing severe inner tests and
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    • dual nature, — that he has on the one hand the
    • Gilgamesh we have to do with an individuality, who returned
    • the other individuality who had now also come to that city we
    • this second individuality formed an intimate friendship
    • evidence of the duality in man's nature. The one —
    • Gilgamesh — was conscious of this duality; he was one of
    • Earth came into being, how gradually everything external to man
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    • yesterday to show from the example of individual
    • course of these lectures, shut off as an individual being from
    • deepening of the soul took place for both the individuals of
    • that there were individuals of all classes in life, on into the
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    • the individuality Gilgamesh became, who was also in close
    • you must remember, my dear friends, that the individuality who
    • Greece was however gradually working herself free from the
    • super-sensible worlds, for man was already gradually emerging
    • individual and personal spiritual faculties. Step by step we
    • then we see gradually rise up in the foreground the Roman
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    • personality of the individual. Eastern mankind was not so built
    • up. The individual of the East felt himself part of a
    • gradually disappears.
    • individuals who gave evidence of Aristotelian spiritual
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    • What does the newer Natural Science, that has gradually grown
    • be pointed out that with the gradual dimming and darkening of
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    • beginning of the epoch that saw the gradual and complete
    • man of later times gradually lost all knowledge of how his
    • look of peace developed gradually that mild and gentle gaze
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    • those individuals who are outwardly the spiritual leaders in
    • argument but because every individual should let his mind and
    • individual who becomes a doctor to-day really longs for
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    • gradually to be held that, by means of the strict methods
    • gradually developed from the dreamy soul-life that we had at
    • idea, he will gradually notice that in this inner work, in the
    • that we gradually become accustomed to it by drawing upon our
    • marvels at the structure of the human brain as it gradually
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    • would never feel ourselves to be individuals. Therefore, just
    • through the free life of thought we feel ourselves as individual
    • ourselves as individuals. We feel ourselves as personalities
    • Science believes that what we as individual persons experiences
    • this Duality up to a certain point; experiencing on the one hand
    • individual person, am not bound to my physical or etheric bodies
    • Then gradually men lost the consciousness that
    • individual Gods, — the Christians called them Angels —
    • Saint-Simon, because gradually Saint-Simon had become too mystical;
    • and the disciples of Auguste Comte gradually turned from him
    • theories but simply individual facts — there was such a
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    • perceives it being dissolved, as gradually passing over into
    • Only when the individuality in the human organism gains
    • and sprouting plant gradually withers and decays; thus the
    • to, between the individual life of man and the life of the
    • individual winter.
    • whole life through, a gradual death is taking place for
    • — the development of man is gradually withdrawing more
    • and really experiences individually what has first to build
    • there is a gradual falling away from the real inner life of
    • compositions, of juxtapositions of individual parts. What art
    • of feeling and perceiving the inner truth of things gradually
    • that the individuality of a Beethoven, Richard Wagner,
    • individualities built up from a unity that is alive, but a
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    • gradually and slowly acquire the possibility of living
    • laborious process of inner development he gradually gives a
    • regions of the cosmos gradually draw near to this
    • living at a time, in which humanity must prepare gradually to
    • gradually assumed an ever more morally assailable character
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    • the Mysteries whose highest ideal was gradually to penetrate
    • individuality and is crushed by the wheels of life. Life
    • losing his own individuality is crushed by the objective
    • the mean at once, he will attain gradually in the course of
    • shall gradually disappear and that man shall become
    • individual, we have withdrawn ourselves from the divine, and
    • time, as owing to a certain Duality acquired by modern life,
    • gradually come about in our life of thought. The speed of
    • gradually to develop consciousness in regard to these
    • the following way: people will gradually long more and more
    • conscience and wonder are qualities which have only gradually
    • gradually penetrate to the truth, the reality of this
    • individual which uninterruptedly brings about what is
    • than by our imagining this individual active among us, and by
    • Through the Mystery of Golgotha the greater individual
    • there by gradually so to consider and order his life that his
    • balance, the mean, may come and thus the goal be gradually
    • with a great immortal individual. The thought that the
    • great individual, is realised in the second principle:
    • you away and separates you from the great individual, you
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    • influence that spiritual science must exert on individual,
    • individual. Still, it may also be said that, in spite of much
    • individuality of the innate endowments and nature of Goethe.
    • created characters directly from human individualities; who
    • degree, taken on individual forms. How this came about is not
    • thus he could experience it everywhere in its individual
    • that strange individual who participated in so many events of
    • individual historical periods
    • his mind to which I have alluded, to take just any individual
    • From this a mood gradually arose that affected many cultured
    • he was so firmly rooted in his own individuality. On the other
    • how, as he gradually deepened his ideas of nature, he
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    • of the individual and, in a broader sense, the collective karma
    • concerns single individuals, it is extraordinarily complicated,
    • intended to light up each individual existence. His life, to be
    • gradually approach, are here somewhat expanded.
    • events is one thing and the participation of an individual in
    • summon those individualities who are especially fitted through
    • individuality of Goethe and his age when taken in the broadest
    • Goethe individuality was far greater than what could be taken up and
    • body, which establishes these human individualities strongly in
    • is also necessary to grasp the special, individual way in which
    • individuality and how such an individuality is bound up in the
    • gradually between his twenty-fifth and fiftieth years, in which
    • lacking. In accordance with his individuality, he had to write
    • Otherwise, it would not be true that individuals such as
    • gradually without difficulty, one page at a time; he can do
    • near to suicide. He had to be rejuvenated. A lesser individual
    • individual human being. In the last analysis, the laws working
    • in an eminent human being apply to all individuals. Tomorrow we
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    • individuals such as Goethe are capable of creating something so
    • certain individuals are separated from the rest of humanity and
    • that of each individual and ask ourselves: What conclusion can
    • be drawn from the difference between these individual lives and
    • individual enters into an entirely different relationship with
    • such a modification in an individual's relationship to the
    • our individuality as is ordinarily assumed. It is clear that
    • gradually been introduced since the nineteenth century, and a
    • different. If these individuals who are experiencing these
    • get from them what they needed to learn. He also gradually
    • Moon periods is necessary to every individual on earth, so it
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    • the sacrificial priests educated some individuals in such a way
    • the earth's aura. By putting these individuals into contact
    • period, in which the individual freed himself from the will of
    • There are, indeed, many such individuals. A person who has
    • interrelationships of life least of all. This must gradually
    • an individual creates in his vocation, as I have described, was
    • the individual substances. Today this is still true to a large
    • themselves gradually into what he produces. Thus, it will not
    • factory will operate in a completely individual way that will
    • this objectivity. Everything that they touch will gradually
    • time will come when an individual will be able to step up to a
    • individuals like himself. Evil minded people will produce quite
    • that I have called your attention to certain individuals who
    • the fact that individuals can no longer unite their emotions
    • is necessary for an ever greater number of individuals in the
    • world to gradually find the opposite pole. This consists in
    • gradually become worse, were really utterly unfit for the
    • these matters for the individual, and for karma.
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    • subsume individual human elements from a life's destiny. In
    • other words, what is called the vocation of an individual must
    • and prejudice of an individual, as well as the people around
    • see how Faust gradually frees himself from Mephistopheles. Even
    • individual with race, nation and all sorts of other historical
    • Such an individual would then observe that this ruined life
    • individual life comes into being according to the measure in
    • abstractions but in lithic detail, the individual life-melodies
    • individual: those that tend to keep him in a particular
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    • became the specific individual we find in history. The fact
    • individuality. But people slash — and criticize, which is
    • individuals who do discover significant complexities of life
    • however, the peculiar fact is that often not the individuals
    • him and, since he was a clearheaded individual who saw through
    • say, become totally enmeshed with his individual being, if not
    • manifold ways — for example, the life of the individual and
    • gradually lost their sense for it. Just think how often in
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    • understanding of the position of the individual human being in
    • epoch, a knowledge of the corresponding laws must gradually
    • karma, either of the individual or of the world; they cannot,
    • earlier times the individual was more significant; that more
    • individuality spoke through the earlier human being. I will
    • are to follow. The individual will be sacrificed to the future
    • number of individuals might come to understand a little of the
    • among the uninformed that the interested individual can best
    • would gradually sense an impulse to come to true spiritual
    • destinies of these two individuals are intimately connected.
    • methods used by certain individuals who wish to throw dust in
    • individual such as Mme. Blavatsky
    • gradually come about that certain purposes and goals were
    • of individuals, mostly men — excuse me, but no allusion is
    • gradually give up the lectures because they do not have the right
    • direction. There are, indeed, many individuals working as
    • individuals as Mill and Herzen had a perfectly clear view would
    • to whether or not individuals possess the will power to see
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    • through the examples of individual lives if we view them
    • it was the custom of some individuals to attack Aristotle, the
    • kindness of the Prince, however, gradually subsided and after a
    • spiritual world through his own individuality as a result of
    • individual, they could be applied to the art of poetry, and in
    • Providence. The brilliant minds of many individuals are
    • external life. Do they not gradually penetrate into this
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    • environment. When an individual passes through the portal of
    • other kingdoms descend from above downward. The individual
    • conception is that those individuals really hold when they say,
    • different. When we review all the concepts such individuals
    • way. Thus, in this manner, individuals find the way only to
    • of the angels is to guide individual humans through repeated
    • individual through repeated earthly lives. Let us grasp the
    • of the individual, we shall readily acknowledge that it is a
    • the same language, but each individual conceives something
    • gradually comes about that the individual reveres not the
    • individual and his or her angel is a real one, but then so is
    • the case of the individual human being but gradually over a
    • period of time. When we are talking about an individual's
    • of a world conception, which is, in a sense, individual. Next
    • evolution that could gradually return to men what originally
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    • be a time in which human beings gradually descended from a
    • something real to him, and those individuals to whom the same
    • What these individuals beheld in spirit was, to be sure, a
    • these individuals looked up to him, he was on the way between
    • ego is gradually to be born in the individual. We now find that
    • individual mysticism to find angels, archangels, even archai,
    • it is not possible by this individual mysticism to find the
    • Christ. Those who wish to practice individual mysticism, as
    • reach only the individual angel. They simply internalize this
    • man had gradually lost this superhuman element and had
    • really imparted to every individual human being through the fact
    • through the portal of death, an individual continues to be a
    • an individual, our relationship to him or her cannot change.
    • real beginning — we are again led back to an individual
    • attempted to show that spiritualistic media — individuals who
    • individuals — especially from America — have attempted to
    • one reads the various pronouncements of the individual psychics
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    • try to see clearly how it was with the individual man who
    • new; they gradually grow up again, grow up near by. And so,
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    • definitely separated. We have gradually to work ourselves
    • the human individuality as it progresses from incarnation to
    • consciousness had become so strong that gradually this
    • post-Atlantean period this gradually vanished from
    • thoughts has really been gradually developed only by those
    • interest in the real course of things. Individual people
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    • gradually to correct our concepts. When we stand in front of
    • free, however, as a whole it is gradually changed. During
    • the whole gradually gets into disorder. These things can be
    • when we gradually come nearer to these ideas and concepts (in
    • more of the group-soul, and that the individual souls were
    • possibility of thus speaking was lost. And gradually the
    • gradually became an abstraction and the Roman Caesar was
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    • individual; but this is not the case. And in particular any
    • individuals. — Those, who recall it, will remember that
    • in the future. — It has gradually come to be the custom in question
    • consumption gradually becomes anarchic; it runs wild; and one
    • gradually loses all possibility of coping with consumption.
    • natural science, one comes gradually quite away from all
    • the gradual disappearance of unnecessary work, this, in the
    • production gradually springs up in the rear, which is not
    • individual from the group-spirit; how democracy has come more
    • individual human being is tending more and more to become a
    • learning to know the conditions of life in an individual
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    • individual enterprises, which, as you know finally
    • understanding completely dried up. The people gradually left
    • they gradually stayed away; and one of the cardinal questions
    • of course, for the individual instance!), — so long as
    • is to-day, has gradually in the course of the nineteenth
    • in our thinking-process: that it has gradually blotted out
    • Sunday afternoon. And what for the individual souls life this
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    • and that have constantly to be faced by each individual, those
    • Anyone who tackles them cannot fail to note how individual
    • we also become conscious of gradually following an inner
    • gradually cease to believe that we can arrange the pictures as
    • way you will gradually see that you are similarly bound to laws
    • human thinking is set in this direction, and it gradually
    • gradually be overcome by a humanity that is increasingly
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    • individual personality that begins to break through for the
    • merely individual, are no longer uppermost. The individual then
    • intellect, the understanding, that belongs to the individual
    • individualism. Lamprecht differentiates it from the earlier
    • of this fact. He said that the individual human being then
    • difficult for someone who is called to be an individuality, an
    • individual soul, to struggle for the truth. It is therefore
    • is needed for what is taking place in the individual human
    • progress with the science of spirit if we did not gradually
    • important laws of human evolution. Whereas the individual human
    • evolution. We only have to ask: How does the individual soul
    • look at individual human life as it proceeds through repeated
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    • does not overdo the individual meditations — I
    • Fleece. He had thought out the plan, the individual events
    • constant activity and which we gradually come to know when we
    • then come to a full realization of what this is. We gradually
    • experience we are like a plant feeling how it gradually
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    • devote himself by his own individual choice, with the
    • mathematician making his calculations, one gradually becomes
    • attained only through the influence of life, one gradually
    • ordinary life, individually and socially. When it is enhanced,
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    • famous, in the following way: Exact research on the individual
    • that the difference between the individual egg cells is as
    • starting point, and gradually coming to a particular kind of
    • I cannot mention individual names now, but this inner
    • experience, which gradually emerges under the influence of the
    • gradually fade away. In all this there are in our ordinary
    • scientist of spirit gradually manages to free his mental
    • ordinary life one person may be a monist, another a dualist,
    • and so on. Monistic, dualistic concepts — they
    • individual and real human being.
    • gradually have to be taken into the hearts of those who are
    • a preparation for the science of spirit, where the individual
    • individualism,' and not `Philosophy of Spiritual
    • individualism. Between these two aspects there yawns an
    • gradually to get to grips with the longings and hopes for such
    • endangered by the science of spirit will gradually have to
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    • the Art of Movement in Space carried out by individuals and
    • groups of individuals in reciprocal relationships and
    • organs of speech is interpreted by one individual or by
    • groups of individuals. Goethe's teaching of Metamorphosis
    • principle, an elaborated leaf, and each individual leaf is a
    • the individual, making him or a group of individuals into a
    • then expressed by the movements of individuals. This visible
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    • man on his territory gradually, in the course of the 19th
    • ancient wisdom. This wisdom has however gradually faded away
    • traditions of such treasures gradually faded away in the 19th
    • permeates the world, the East will gradually become
    • the individual mechanism of the West, and against all the
    • that there would gradually spread over Asia a certain Ethos,
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    • individual souls of humanity will be dissolved. One common
    • their individuality.
    • individualized. It may thus become a common being, an
    • the opposite path, by becoming super-individualised: Human
    • simply be an expression of these single individual human
    • individual human souls.
    • having an individualised dreaming soul. in which human souls
    • life, this super-individualised existence of mankind, this
    • what has gradually developed within our civilisation. The
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    • do individually, for example in teaching, must be done out of
    • individual who upholds spiritual science will. be a target
    • of gradual evolution, we have to speak of sudden changes in
    • abrupt. Thus man has developed gradually, successively, but
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    • speak of an individual spirit. Then the scientists and
    • has been gradually ceasing. The purely corporeal evolution of
    • the present time. We must own that all we do individually,
    • and all we teach individually, must be with the knowledge
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    • unity, a duality is contained. For anyone who is capable of
    • real perception, a duality is contained within what seemingly
    • vital, more living in our epoch as we gradually acquire this
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    • century man's life of soul has gradually come to the point of
    • away.” And when in the individual human being the
    • individual human being. “Heaven and Earth will pass
    • the individual human being, namely all that lies inside the
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    • the Mysteries whose highest ideal was gradually to penetrate
    • individuality and is crushed by the wheels of life. Life
    • losing his own individuality is crushed by the objective
    • the mean at once, he will attain gradually in the course of
    • shall gradually disappear and that man shall become
    • individual, we have withdrawn ourselves from the divine, and
    • time, as owing to a certain Duality acquired by modern life,
    • gradually come about in our life of thought. The speed of
    • gradually to develop consciousness in regard to these
    • the following way: people will gradually long more and more
    • conscience and wonder are qualities which have only gradually
    • gradually penetrate to the truth, the reality of this
    • individual which uninterruptedly brings about what is
    • than by our imagining this individual active among us, and by
    • Through the Mystery of Golgotha the greater individual
    • there by gradually so to consider and order his life that his
    • balance, the mean, may come and thus the goal be gradually
    • with a great immortal individual. The thought that the
    • great individual, is realised in the second principle:
    • you away and separates you from the great individual, you
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    • express it in the following way: Human beings became gradually
    • death to enter gradually into the understanding of mankind, the
    • of Golgotha individual human beings still possessed remnants of
    • gradually become so dense, the death forces in it have become
    • soul is able to emerge from the individual human body, so the
    • Christ in the individual human soul.
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    • LEADING INDIVIDUALITIES
    • Leading Individualities and
    • gradually rise to higher and higher truths. Still it was right
    • these higher truths will that gradually be attained which,
    • individualities who from the beginning, so to speak, have
    • advanced these individual souls may be, however far they may
    • individualities, who in this sense are like the rest of
    • of human evolution other individualities, other beings,
    • his individuality his etheric or life body, with the other
    • individuality who was compelled to condescend, as it
    • language. In the same way a lofty individuality had to make the
    • individuality of Shem was multiplied, because an Avatar-being
    • resplendent in their souls. These are the individuals whom you
    • discussion, the will to learn, the will gradually to
    • physical body gradually came into existence, how on the
    • independent and individual, in order to incorporate in the
    • Thus you see how Christianity gradually
    • mission. Just as the individual human being has physical body,
    • etheric body, astral body, and ego, and gradually rises to ever
    • Being into itself, and can gradually rise to ever higher stages
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    • this brain gradually becomes, and so on.
    • very gradually cease. At the state of zero — having
    • spiritual world, and he is gradually within the spiritual
    • is born out of pain. And you must gradually acquire the
    • physical-sensory world. Then this love itself gradually becomes
    • Now we have gradually switched into a new world as a spiritual
    • only dream about even in the waking state, we gradually switch
    • with his difficult methods, so one will gradually have to get
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    • individuals.
    • makes demands; it is up to the individual to recognize what
    • An individual is a bad practitioner who believes that
    • on an individual's inner life. The thoughts and ideas a
    • individual no longer has to rely on others in order to
    • individuals today who have developed spiritual organs. They
    • gradually discover if spiritual knowledge does give one inner
    • to cope with life. Individuals who listen to someone with
    • spiritual sight will gradually become aware of things that
    • individual with inner strength, courage, and joy in life.
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    • premonition that if someone gains power over an individual's
    • issue in the fight for an individual's soul between good and
    • individual's inherent wisdom made him aware of the true
    • frequently; you will find ancient wisdom gradually
    • ontogeny or the development of an individual organism.
    • crystal will see it as an individual imprint of the whole of
    • place within itself. In individuals at the present stage of
    • pictures. Instead, individuals are aware of their inner life,
    • an individualized ether body, just as the brain and spinal
    • cord denote an individualized astral body. And through this
    • individualizing comes about that which expresses itself as
    • cord); and finally the principle that individualizes the
    • become individualized, so will the human being's first
    • is, the physical body, become individualized. In present day
    • builds up the individual body according to the inner
    • individual's physical past accumulates in the blood, just as
    • future. Consequently, when the individual's normal
    • conveyed by the sympathetic nervous system; the individual
    • consciousness was such that an individual regarded both his
    • outside marriages. The individual began to live his own
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    • But what is it that individuals attain through this ever
    • individual's essential spirit being. This is all mentioned
    • must approach it gradually as we did the nature of life.
    • occur in the initiate unconsciously. An individual is
    • these three is the ruler, the newfound individual, bringing
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    • individuals called the “initiates.” In every age
    • individual that is comparable to what happens in someone born
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    • individual human soul. That is why in Hebrew esoteric schools
    • bodies develop in each individual in a particular way from
    • individually. A person's characteristics are indicated
    • essential physical organs are gradually developing and the
    • approaches the seventh year and the milk teeth are gradually
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    • life's greatest riddle, so much so that the individual who
    • all living creatures: the attainment of individual
    • individual's nature can only be understood on the basis of
    • that an individual alone possesses.
    • development of an individual's being can only be understood
    • exhausted, an individual loses the inclination to transform
    • ether body. This comes to expression as a gradual loss of
    • individual life created out of the “I.”
    • What gives individual life the possibility of existence is
    • individual life is death; no individual conscious life could
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    • understand the evolution of the individual, and guide the
    • center of the being, the “I.” When an individual
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    • This occurs also in the ether body, and gradually the
    • from that individual and disperses into the general
    • extent, and only in the case of highly evolved individuals.
    • blood circulation. The individuality of a human being must
    • about suddenly, but is gradually prepared from the age of
    • individual cannot through explanations convince the ill
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    • points to universal issues that unite the individual with the
    • observation of individual plants, Goethe arrived at his inner
    • they do not individually possess a soul. Animals share a
    • acting from outside has become individualized in humans.
    • individual soul whose influence comes from within. The price
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    • aspects of an individual's nature into consideration, let us
    • individuality has already been established. We must consider
    • individual now passes through a condition during which he
    • gradually adjusts to being without a physical environment. We
    • longing for the physical body. Gradually it frees itself of
    • and so does the incarnating individuality. If a person is to
    • incarnating individuality feels drawn to parents that can
    • descriptions of individuals where ancestry no longer plays a
    • individual, become characteristic. At this time the etheric
    • attributes which an individual brings with him develop while
    • gradually the power of judgment begins to ripen and leads to
    • faces the world as a distinct individual. This gradual
    • other people as individuals awakens. Just as: “All that
    • thus, love of the individual awakens. Up to then the
    • developed; an individual is ripe to face the reality of the
    • that individual is truly able to learn from life. He
    • principle gradually unites with the etheric principle; what
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    • knowledge of the spiritual world is attained. An individual
    • methods. A person who gradually prepares will eventually
    • research. When an individual approaches the portals through
    • through inner preparation, gradually to find their way to the
    • pupil's individuality and special needs. Thus, it is a path
    • by an individual when he has completely purified all
    • chaste and pure as the plant is now. That individual will
    • hundreds and thousands of such signs that the pupil gradually
    • the next. However, the gradual change wrought in the human
    • developing. An individual will accomplish the transformation
    • individual looks into the Akasha Chronicle and is able to
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    • individual, when a person felt as a member of his dass, of
    • to become an individual, a personality, had to leave the old
    • once individual freedom and independence had been attained,
    • so much an individual, but rather as a member of his tribe.
    • evolves, and that today's clear consciousness gradually
    • individuality, and with it egoism, assert itself. However,
    • gradually submerged the Atlantean continent, it also gave
    • around man's “I,” the individual too is taken
    • that had become individualized, but with that which had not
    • which the individual human being becomes united after death,
    • individual consciousness develops in Siegfried.
    • An individual's striving personality was coming to the fore.
    • environment promoted individual consciousness and feelings of
    • individuality developed. The evolution from selflessness to
    • individuality became an evolution from individuality to
    • according to his individual capacity.
    • great individuality, in the anonymous sage who continued to
    • descent, but because of what he was. He was a free individual
    • associated with great individuality, and is always known by a
    • mankind — a drop of which lives in each individual as his
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    • open-minded individual.
    • Bible arose only gradually. It is said that the Bible cannot
    • from the savage to the highly advanced individual who has
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    • individual striving raising it to the human I. Rudolf Steiner tried,
    • relation of dependence on the teacher would gradually develop into
    • dedication the individuals are capable of. When we then ask: How much
    • to life, whether by an individual or a society? From an observation
    • the individual, whom we have called Christian Rosenkreuz since
    • endowment under the direct protectorate of that individual whom we
    • despite failures in individual cases. - That's what happened in the
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    • Gradually, man's sense-organs changed; his senses
    • gradually developed the sense organisation which he now
    • in a state of development. It must gradually approach a
    • is gradually drawing near, and which will become a reality in a
    • feelings remained. Man gradually withdrew from this
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    • individuality. In the 30th year of his life, the Ego of Jesus
    • bodies at the disposal of the individuality of Christ. Christ
    • individualities passed through the human stage upon the Sun
    • drops of Christ Jesus penetrate into the individual human
    • came to each man (to the individual Ego-man) but the individual
    • by a personality. The seer saw twelve individualities. They
    • individuality became transfigured — the stage which the whole
    • on Self might come to an end, All individual forms of egoism
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    • end of the seventh year. This is a very important secret of human individual
    • of possible conditions; in this way people are individualized. But for
    • every human individuality a certain relationship exists. If that is
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    • history of the world. One can say: leading individualities, like those
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    • But this was gradually forgotten.
    • That varies for the individual — every person is an individuality
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    • duality. Look at nature. Mere nature always bears the
    • model for their world outlook. This has gradually led to
    • controlled by the individual. Let us take the phenomenon of Goethe's
    • individually there can be different opinions from those
    • duality in ourselves. Just think for a moment that when you
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    • has taken place in the various individuals.”
    • are gradually getting closer to the big problem occupying us in
    • that people are terrible dualists if they believe water
    • individual being originating in the spiritual world comes from
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    • So we already have a duality on the physical plane: our
    • natural tendency in the will to gradually lose its impelling
    • will gradually lose all possibility of finding anything in the
    • even gradually lose the capacity to form any idea of anything
    • these today. Again and again individuals among us say,
    • That was most certainly not the case. You can find individual
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    • gradually into their language, into their speaking into their
    • gradually become accustomed to accepting the words as a sort
    • significant than what the single individual can think and
    • be discovered by the individual for a return into a certain
    • question, gradually to lead over into the concrete. Just
    • body. Observing the old man, you will gradually get an idea
    • evolution). Then we shall gradually free ourselves altogether
    • gradually they realise that they are extending something of
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    • consciousness soul this becomes increasingly individual.
    • the individual man who is being considered. It is a matter of
    • the esoteric development of the individual man. What I am now
    • unhealthily, the principles of rights gradually accepted as
    • this way. There you see the individually creative playing
    • in the early years, first babbling, then gradually learned to
    • inspired him. But as we were saying, individuals do already
    • knowledge. Certainly on the one hand there will gradually
    • destinies if these individual destinies could not be made
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    • This article gives a picture of the gradual trend of behaviour on the
    • animal always stops at mere detailed, unindividual ideas, whereas man
    • dog from another or for giving it any precise individuality through
    • differs far less from the handed down creeds of individual religions than
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    • plants. Spiritual Science goes straight to the individual, concrete
    • individualised among themselves and having a personal and superpersonal
    • individual beings of the hierarchies with nature, is concerned.
    • previously by the ordinary powers of the soul should gradually cease,
    • the path of individual knowledge should be barred to the mere believers
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    • knowledge there is always a gradual ascent from semblance to actual
    • to the insensitive men of today as sophistry, must gradually become
    • the individual life of the animal but what there is here on earth of
    • immediate future, for through it man will gradually raise himself to
    • to your individual selves, you would be able to progress to your own
    • Spiritual Science that he gradually finds it possible in some measure
    • he is practical which has gradually been arrived at through being unspiritual.
    • corroboration of our actual individual opinion; and we shall also come
    • in the world with definite intention. In an individual case either one
    • since the world has this dual form of expression.
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    • of rising slowly and gradually, in accordance with what his own karma
    • individual in his own inmost soul, a question to which each one will
    • as anyone who enters the spiritual world. Certain individuals, however,
    • Now in that I am going to say I am not speaking here to you individually,
    • of man's cooperative life which is gradually becoming chaotic. To put
    • to still greater social confusion than is already present in individual
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    • took place what otherwise was always presented as individual human experience
    • Jesus himself as the individual man to whom Christ came, there is only
    • a difference of degree. In Palestine Christ came to the individual man
    • not, it is true, enter every individual man—they were no Jesuses—but
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    • atavistic clairvoyance, became gradually lost to mankind. And just at
    • to Nature, must in honesty gradually come to own that he does not understand
    • did not unite Himself with individual man, there He united Himself with
    • that these tribes gradually evolved. They had to a certain degree to
    • to which nature herself proceeds. He goes on his own path, his own individual,
    • of his being. Then gradually mankind will be able even consciously to
    • gradually change abstract and intellectual knowledge, the present knowledge
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    • say, which we gradually acquire when we repeatedly work within
    • here, has an individual soul which comes to meet us — a soul
    • we recognise only that which lives as an individuality. Hence
    • where it blossoms and bears fruit. Thus astrality gradually
    • human being gradually lives into the astral world, these
    • being gradually becomes that which is being touched, not
    • Higher Worlds. So we gradually live into that and through the
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    • to one or other individual, that these are useless in relation
    • gradually into our soul, that it becomes larger than all which
    • revelation of his individual inner being. Faust has to turn
    • during the seventies, when a duality existed between —
    • individuals to destruction and which is connected to the
    • extraordinary that Goethe had within his feelings this duality,
    • that Mephistopheles had to be presented as a duality, as
    • development. He had treated Mephistopheles as an individual
    • allegorical? We, as single individuals, place ourselves in the
    • world with our life's work and our individual ideas — we
    • gradual contradiction in his advancing age, belittled that part
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    • deepest origins, the deepest existence of the individual
    • individuality which has gone from one incarnation to the next
    • been if this individuality had not, for instance, been born at
    • imaginations, thoughts and ideas would this individuality
    • and in the location in which we live. Highly individualistic is
    • feelings. For the clairvoyant awareness it becomes gradually
    • will lift our individuality out of our inherited abilities.
    • In this gradual resulting self-education there arises quite by
    • self or the individuality, not only developed out of the
    • another, connected to individual deeds, with personal
    • pre-determined an individual to undertake a journey, say in 14
    • compliant individuals who only talk about it, that a person
    • This is also the direction in which to focus, by gradually
    • combination of life's facts, through which we gradually,
    • belongs to genuine self-knowledge. Through this you gradually
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    • that in a sense an endeavor was being made to make each individual people
    • the duality of that which is revealed and of that which comes to meet
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    • This Germanic-Persian principle of Initiation is founded on a dualism,
    • that spirituality that must result from the realisation of this dualism,
    • the inspiration of the dual principle, could not be endured, it would
    • to express in a figure standing under the influence of this dual principle.
    • under the actual inspiring influence of the dual principle.
    • individual men among the earlier followers of Anthroposophical Spiritual
    • individual is of such infinitesimal importance as compared with that
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    • evolved gradually but was there in the primal beginning. What
    • On this assumption initiation was granted to individuals who
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    • strange-looking individual with a pale face moving towards
    • gradually they fall asleep? Or, when they are still under the
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    • This conception gradually developed into a kind of Theosophy
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    • however, by an external cause end not by gradual painstaking
    • individual. When he has once found the security of knowledge,
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    • of spiritual science; we are thus gradually led to form real
    • with which the individuals living in these epochs must come
    • individual
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    • subject to the power of individual human beings. I have
    • Angel-beings — are able to approach the individual
    • approach the groups. The individual will believe that he is
    • individualities who in the Atlantean time had still been
    • these, who as rebelling individualities, became the
    • represent? It represents an individuality — the
    • Oedipusindividuality — taken out of the blood
    • mysterious connection with those individualities who were the
    • Paris himself we have an individuality rebelling against the
    • individual human beings, in the fifth postAtlantean epoch,
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    • gradually — the creation of Goethe's Faust-figure, and
    • must picture as though our metals were gradually to become so
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    • must mark how it gradually creeps into the life of ordinary
    • features were formed by slow and gradual processes. You might
    • and from there to let the different peoples gradually surge
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    • have done so. It may be said that Goethe's individual way of
    • individual way, in which Goethe looked upon nature. You know
    • illusion, a false dualism, and that man has to be built
    • seen very clearly in individual personalities and in what
    • concrete programme for individual people; but by being given
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    • simply according to the principle of this duality. He is a
    • dual being, not a monad, but a dual being. The one member of
    • evolution in the individual man between birth and death
    • the physical world, we contract into our individual skins;
    • as having gradually evolved from the animal head. It is
    • become gradually known to mankind, so that as impulses they
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    • fellow human beings and so on. For it is gradually felt more
    • still something quite different involved. Man gradually feels
    • inwardly. And in this way we gradually educate ourselves to
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    • epochs - are a gradual conquering of the physical plane by
    • the Semites who gradually went through the Egyptian schools and
    • image of the individual “I,” that was the great
    • Divine Spirit will really be embodied in an individual. In
    • that a gradual, healthy development must ensue, in order for
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    • this: in our time we will gradually come to say: Of thoughts
    • can gradually experience when on the so-called way or path of
    • safe within the soul-spiritual. Gradually it becomes possible
    • warmth. Only gradually solidity developed from the fluid and
    • being which gradually matures, to the right moment, ready for
    • creatures suffer and sigh under the gradual solidification, all
    • glimpsing the soul and spirit in everything, will we gradually
    • past, everything gradually developed out of the spiritual. The
    • human being gradually descended from the spiritual world into
    • gradually out of this soul-spiritual. If we glance back to a
    • see how the soul too has gradually changed its look. When we go
    • to influence the forces of nature through the will. Gradually
    • very few individuals have a direct influence on the forces of
    • that besides individual karma there exists earth karma for the
    • heart and say his individual karma is included here, the single
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    • explicitly and concretely revealed the destinies of various individuals
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
    • explicitly and concretely revealed the destinies of various individuals
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
    • things the individual and personal being of man, and worked to
    • once more, but with an individually human colouring, into the
    • to the earth, but not as individuals distinct from the earth.
    • individualities in the same degree as the people of the rest of
    • Dominican Order. They declared that man is an individuality,
    • and that we must concentrate above all on his individuality
    • for the idea of the individuality of man, as against the other
    • these representatives of individualism.
    • After all, it was the individually coloured thoughts which
    • the authority of individual men. There was no such popular
    • individuals among us felt how the thoughts of men appear when
    • man is individual and has his own individual immortality. They
    • individual man in order to save the doctrine of individual
    • foundations of individualism, carrying on his polemic against
    • their own individuality.
    • emphasis on the individual principle.
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    • must unfold, gradually, into fruit — into a true and quickened
    • that was there revealed from heavenly heights. It has gradually fallen
    • gradually come to feel himself living on Earth just as a mole might
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    • into this child-like life, the life that is involved in a gradual
    • of Existence has passed, man begins gradually to long for earthly life
    • such a case the individual life also becomes unfree. This lack of
    • We know how the Spiritual in man is gradually absorbed by other
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    • birth that he again acquires the full power of individuality and is
    • able, as a free individual, to take hold of his human nature. We also
    • to acquire those things which are eternal by inner individual effort
    • principles; concrete, individual conditions prevail everywhere
    • and it is these that are important. It is just these individual
    • spiritual study the individual conditions must be observed in every
    • plant.” It is the specific and individual properties of the plant
    • will only be a very gradual realisation that this is actually so. Most
    • sublime spirituality. This spirituality had been gradually swept
    • natural gift in certain individuals who worked in this way among their
    • inspiring such individuals in order that they might give forth the
    • These individual revelations, springing as they did from obscure
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    • once individual and yet altogether in conformity with the Bible
    • the current conceptions serve to put the individual into touch with
    • individual factor had to be linked with the entirety of man's action,
    • developed gradually into love. By now his position as tutor at
    • attempt to bring the individual creative process into communion
    • point of view, but also in the most vigorous individual style, so
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    • men the consciousness that the individual human soul can feel firmly
    • stream of oblivion in the German motherland. Individual colonists, who
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    • but utterly different from those who have slowly and gradually
    • themselves as having an individual “I” as man does
    • compared with the individual “I” of a man, this
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    • gradual enhancement of the whole composition while the super-sensible
    • own. When a person's interests are gradually sharpened and widened
    • the individual, personal qualities whereby a man stands out from his
    • into a unique, individual being, tearing him out of the generic
    • extend to such abstract generalization. They know individual trees,
    • the book how every individual man, if he reaches into the depths of
    • what is most individual of all. Krishna describes the path of Yoga to
    • gradually attains to where he no longer, consciously, lives and feels
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    • occultist should do so — that we shall gradually begin to
    • that his dream-life gradually begins to change. His dreams do
    • One who gradually
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    • old clairvoyance gradually became lost. In this lies the deep
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    • gradually. Today the word evolution is often heard, but people seldom
    • has only gradually developed. This too had to be prepared, just as
    • gradually the epoch of self-consciousness. What kind of impression
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    • living, individual beings are placed before us — is the
    • independent of outer things as it gradually attains Yoga and becomes
    • nourishment from daily life — gradually vanishes. Then as we
    • speak to the individual man speaks through Krishna to Arjuna. The
    • highest to which the individual man can lift himself by raising to
    • development all the forces latent within them as individual souls. In
    • evolution there is no Being who could give the individual human
    • individual soul because — and I say this deliberately —
    • on earth there exists not only the individual human soul but also
    • that do not belong to the individual alone. Imagine a person feeling
    • universe. With the Krishna Impulse coming into each individual soul,
    • split up. Individual souls would have progressed and unfolded to the
    • uplifted in the sense that souls individualized themselves and so
    • individual one. Thus the souls that were separating and isolating
    • individualization was prepared and brought about in mankind, and how
    • then those souls who had the impulse to individualize themselves more
    • Impulse flowed for every individual human soul, and into the earth
    • signifies the same as the mere sum total of all individual human
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    • Or, suppose you have ten shillings in your pocket. You can gradually
    • science will gradually be supplemented by clairvoyant perception that
    • the inner being of man to the highest ideal of individual strength,
    • earthly evolution will gradually be understood and realized by
    • individual persons, and how this will throw more and more light on
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    • individual dies within a single beat.” So we must not shrink
    • men recollections of those spiritual worlds. Then gradually this
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    • But man must gradually become apathetic to the physical world in
    • individual person, distinguishing his soul from his environment, he
    • At first we are gradually made acquainted with its ideas as
    • of gaining an understanding of the universe is gradually to begin? He
    • him to become ever more perfect as an individual being. The Krishna
    • faith has altogether to do with the single man, the individual
    • perfection of oneself as an individual. This can be achieved only by
    • the course of time this longing for individual perfection was driven
    • one-sided perfection of the individual soul but belongs to the whole
    • movement toward individuality in mankind must be carried out. I
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    • the external physical world. By slowly and gradually applying to his
    • Mysteries, everything in his soul-life must gradually become
    • be reached individually in the higher worlds; so it is for everything
    • Let us suppose that some being, the Moses individuality for example,
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    • individual lacks sufficient force to unfold inner activity and
    • he gradually learns to understand their hard fate, and he does so in
    • gradually into connection with the Sun and the starry world, becomes
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    • the same bliss. But gradually he would pass on to the feeling which
    • souls were then led. They were shown the individual beings and facts,
    • resounding through space. The Harmony of the Spheres gradually assumes
    • into the higher worlds, he was a partaker in the gradual dying of the
    • in order to partake in the gradual passing away of a God who was
    • of this frame of mind there gradually condensed the myth of Osiris,
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    • Calot bobot. Chastel Merveille. Dual nature in Goethe and in many men
    • as the Creative Word, had gradually become lost to the experience of
    • Earth-region so that He could gradually come to life again in the
    • epoch these forces inspired certain individuals. In the dawn of the
    • individuals were a repetition of what had once been experienced
    • the duality of human nature lays hold, in the first place, of the
    • line with human understanding and impartial logic. The duality of
    • Iblis, as they gradually lay hold of people, are insinuating
    • in later incarnations gradually darken the consciousness, because the
    • of people. For gradually the unconscious and dead forces of the soul
    • of duality must make a unity, and so should bring man a little further
    • the nature of the modern Mysteries discloses concerning the dual
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    • masses. In our times, truth passes into the individual intelligence
    • depths of the individual soul. God, having vanished from the world, is
    • development of individual freedom and universal religion. There is a
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    • the intelligent, rational soul. It is the indestructible individuality
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    • event, but a process of gradual training, inner transformation. It
    • pure. He gradually becomes able to live on the forces contained
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    • influence not only upon the individual but upon his social sentiment.
    • Christ in the inner being of each individual and of the Christ, in the
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    • a dense forest. The noises gradually cease and the silence becomes
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    • is made up of desires. Every human aura has its own individual shades
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    • astral body and individual Ego leave the sleeping body and live an
    • transmits sensations to the physical body which gradually exhaust it.
    • of the individual but upon his karma, his desires, passions and his
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    • with clouds which gradually turn into living forms.
    • doctrines. Esoteric Christianity was then gradually obscured by dogma.
    • individuality of Dante, for the individuality continues to
    • Adam and Adam gives all beings their names. On Earth, the individual
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    • the animals, a soul individualised by the Ego-principle, could
    • dual action or movement — one from without inwards, the other
    • individual will, towards the Spiritual.
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    • Sleep itself — not the dream — here becomes a conscious state. We do not only behold images but we enter into the living essence of beings and hear their inner tones. In the physical world we give names to things but the names are merely outer appellations. Only man can express his own being from within by saying ‘I’ — the ineffable name of conscious individuality. By this word we distinguish our own personality from the rest of the universe. But when we become conscious of the world of sound, each being, each thing communicates its own true name; in clairaudience we hear the sound which expresses its innermost being and rings forth as a tone in the universe that is distinct from all others.
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    • in the physical world, but it must none the less gradually light up in
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    • of the gradual separation of the three heavenly bodies that the
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    • The individualisation of consciousness is due to the senses. If man's
    • between faith and science is due to this dual origin of human thought.
    • individualisation could be thus helped by opposing elements within his
    • (form) and that of Lucifer (individualisation). He was divided between
    • obedience to the Law and the revolt of the principle of individuality.
    • down from outside, within the centre of individual being. This is what
    • himself, by dint of his own efforts as he gradually ascends to
    • accept the idea of individual help, may we not conceive that a far
    • conscious souls and their identification with God. Karma is gradual
    • in all true occult brotherhoods — namely that each individual
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    • world. Individual freedom and power of initiative depends upon the
    • will proceed in the same way and consider how man has gradually become
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    • short time by some individuals, after the appropriate
    • because one has no astral sense organs. They must gradually
    • these organs are gradually developed one becomes clairvoyant
    • to expression. Finally the individual emerges and the
    • physiognomy becomes an expression of the individual soul,
    • primitive man the individual soul is usually still slumbering
    • incarnations and efforts the individual emerges, the soul
    • of the soul. Gradually man matures, and full maturity is
    • experienced it on the astral plane. However it will gradually
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    • such a human community became the ego of an individual
    • this grade signify? For him everything individual has
    • reincarnation — the gradual maturing of humanity
    • mattered was that each human individuality, each
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    • of itself, the God begins to speak within that individual soul.
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    • The pupil gradually comes
    • image of Caesar must not be compared with Caesar's individuality, which
    • this picture with Goethe's individuality. It is all the more bewildering
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    • etheric body dissolves gradually into the world-ether. With lowly,
    • endure this torment? The reason is that man has to wean himself gradually
    • it offers him no satisfaction. And so he gradually learns to disengage
    • depth only by gradually entering into the divine wisdom.
    • astral husk, gradually dissolves, and it is important that it should
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    • can understand the difference between individuals. Some of them have
    • dark and so the creatures did not need eyes. Gradually they lost the
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    • as though the Ego hovered in astral space and held the individual animals
    • to produce gradual changes in the animal world. In Lower Devachan he
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    • the same law holds everywhere. Animals gradually lose their eyesight
    • the scale of nature towards man, the more individual does destiny become.
    • bound up with the group-soul. A man has his own Ego, and the individual
    • it is the individual Ego that changes from one life to another. Cause
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    • about the workings of the law of karma through individual human lives.
    • and more individual and independent; the occult teacher can no longer
    • circumstances are. Illness need not be a matter of individual karma only;
    • came out in the physical body, affecting not merely individuals but
    • refer to the successive incarnations of individuals, but to a karma
    • series of symbols. All this depends on the ingenuity of individuals;
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    • AND EVIL.INDIVIDUAL KARMIC QUESTIONS.
    • a more or less conscious form, came only gradually to be recognised.
    • gradually developed? On one of his journeys Darwin came across a cannibal
    • and thus he gradually developed a certain restraint. After various further
    • incarnations the feeling became still more definite and gradually the
    • gradually more and more firmly rooted, and finally it developed into the
    • gradually strained all the dye-stuffs out of a coloured liquid and left
    • Order's real task, but distorted to the point of nonsense. The individual
    • From individual instances known to occult science we may come to the
    • gradually to find a place for itself, there must be warm blood in the
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    • it gradually vanished away, was for a long time invisible, and then
    • man was gradually developed in the course of evolution. It was a kind
    • Then the flakes gradually disappear, and Saturn returns through the same
    • individualities, we find a remarkable passage. But the great Initiates
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    • individual body. A tentacle worked on a body and built up a human form.
    • note. The forms possessed no individuality, for individuality was still
    • in glorious colours in the light-ether, and gradually condensed.
    • no real mineral kingdom. Then the etheric forms gradually became more
    • and animals needed in order to reproduce themselves. Each individual
    • and the result was a gradual emergence of two sexes. Man now had to
    • signifies the acquisition of the individual human spirit. The Ego enters
    • taken too literally. The sinking down of the individual Ego into man is
    • was a living soul.” This is the reception of the individual
    • highest and to choose between good and evil. The Lemurian race gradually
    • The Atlanteans gradually
    • vast water-catastrophe; the whole continent was gradually flooded, and
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    • nature as the body of the Godhead. Gradually they came to see before
    • found a real world in which work had to be done. The conviction gradually
    • gradually built up a science. It became clear to them that there was
    • So humanity had gradually
    • live with them. Modern humanity has cultivated individual freedom. From
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    • will gradually become able to gain knowledge for themselves. You should
    • express. So he learns gradually to spell out, as it were, the soul-world.
    • then gradually develop such rhythms that they will correct themselves
    • Here, in place of individual Gurus, there is one great Guru, Christ
    • of being one with Him, can take the place of surrender to an individual
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    • expresses symbolically a higher truth is gradually rejected. This is
    • powers and will gradually come to do for himself what at present he
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    • foreseen that a time would come when because of the gradual increase of
    • the Pope! It is only in quite recent times that this conflict has gradually
    • Man has emerged by gradual
    • everything that the individual can achieve through occult training. But
    • one another gradually.
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    • individuals who are exceptions to the general requirement, and these
    • to give an individual a position out in the world as an
    • a healthy person. With the sick, perhaps severely sick individuals,
    • abnormal individuals. The pastoral work is varied for such cases.
    • require the involvement of the total human being if that individual
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    • individuals, and Catholic priests do. They learn what an extreme
    • cases said to be severely mentally retarded individuals. They are
    • unable from their soul-spiritual individuality to control their
    • Individuals who go
    • Pythians. As a rule, the Pythians were individuals who had come
    • have the same characteristic as above. Such an individual can be
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    • individuals. With them there is a kind of appearance of the spiritual
    • experienced by individuals who are strong enough in their etheric
    • vitalizing forces. With the individuals I am describing, the moment
    • biographies of such individuals, including their own imaginative
    • sick individual's mind to the life of such a saint could have a
    • described, given to individuals simply through their karma, will in
    • individuals — they will know how St. Teresa's etheric body
    • the life of some individual. In the case of St. Teresa, a tangled
    • Whether an individual
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    • in some other way? In evaluating healthy and sick individuals, a
    • individuality, our own being — and what we receive from
    • being is an inwardly strong individual and brings an intensely strong
    • of inwardly strong individuals important changes come after the
    • change of teeth because such individuals follow only slightly the
    • an individual as St. Teresa, we find that these particularly strong
    • individualities resemble their parents very closely in the first
    • surprising ways. Then the real individual is emerging. In the
    • gradually diminishes up to the change of teeth. A sense impression is
    • individual. With the faculties upon which you call as a teacher in
    • reproduction. The forces of reproduction now gradually form the
    • Gradually a great deal of permanent structure accumulates. The older
    • normal, if judging the whole individual from external life one can
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    • in one direction, of individuals who, although not exactly
    • individuals, we find that as a first stage the ego organization
    • consequence of this? You can easily see that this puts the individual
    • individual is really able to see into the spiritual world and to feel
    • first type. Individuals who feel the presence of spiritual beings,
    • individuals, those whose astral body is drawing the ego down, are
    • the etheric body. The individual snaps too strongly with the ego,
    • of what we learned was the second stage for the individuals in whom
    • type of individuals poured into visions similar to a sense
    • individual symptoms — where, naturally, they should be studied
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    • causing the illness, that the individual harbored some elemental
    • conflicts with the most religious individuals around him because of
    • individual who is now Ferdinand Raimund experienced of bitter
    • delighted to entertain Ferdinand Raimund. Gradually he abandons the
    • individual. Objectively, it is also not precisely a suicide, for if
    • seen that there are individuals whose ego, astral body, and etheric
    • Mechthild of Magdeburg, and many others. There are such individuals
    • these individuals we do not need to enter into karmic details.
    • individuals turned in the other direction. They develop abnormally in
    • Teresa the individual became especially strong in earlier
    • earth-lives, while in the pathological cases the individual became
    • characteristics of an individual, one need not examine the karma in
    • the anthroposophical movement. Those individuals will then find
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    • which then carries the process inward; I come gradually to the path
    • air exhalation we reach a lower, coarser process. Below we gradually
    • activity gradually becomes purely physical, becomes altogether a
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    • gradually come from the etheric world to which we have become
    • If individuals
    • that an individual is by nature continually
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    • and the ego. In the case of these sick individuals, the ego and
    • on a pathological state. The individual carries into sleep a certain
    • physicians must more and more become really practical individuals
    • development has made them. They have gradually become pure
    • individuals and cultural pathology and therapy — we find that
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    • gradually become untenable through their very absurdity. And those
    • must be realized. And the individuals in the anthroposophical
    • activity of individuals who are led and who want to be led by the
    • direction. This means that in the course of time there is a gradual
    • expression of the individual human life on earth. Here, then, we have
    • gradually advances from meteorology to meteorosophy one discovers the
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    • world. But this really happened in the old mysteries. Individuals saw
    • the individual during the first seven years of life. The first body
    • brought through the individuality from former earth-lives. This
    • clairvoyant faculty that leads an individual into the spiritual
    • full waking consciousness individuals are living as they have been
    • assume that they will gradually learn the separate healing measures
    • happening to the Christ individuality since He went through the death
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    • to give an individual a position out in the world as an
    • a healthy person. With the sick, perhaps severely sick individuals,
    • abnormal individuals. The pastoral work is varied for such cases.
    • require the involvement of the total human being if that individual
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    • individuals, and Catholic priests do. They learn what an extreme
    • cases said to be severely mentally retarded individuals. They are
    • unable from their soul-spiritual individuality to control their
    • Individuals who go
    • Pythians. As a rule, the Pythians were individuals who had come
    • have the same characteristic as above. Such an individual can be
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    • individuals. With them there is a kind of appearance of the spiritual
    • experienced by individuals who are strong enough in their etheric
    • vitalizing forces. With the individuals I am describing, the moment
    • biographies of such individuals, including their own imaginative
    • sick individual's mind to the life of such a saint could have a
    • described, given to individuals simply through their karma, will in
    • individuals — they will know how St. Teresa's etheric body
    • the life of some individual. In the case of St. Teresa, a tangled
    • Whether an individual
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    • in some other way? In evaluating healthy and sick individuals, a
    • individuality, our own being — and what we receive from
    • being is an inwardly strong individual and brings an intensely strong
    • of inwardly strong individuals important changes come after the
    • change of teeth because such individuals follow only slightly the
    • an individual as St. Teresa, we find that these particularly strong
    • individualities resemble their parents very closely in the first
    • surprising ways. Then the real individual is emerging. In the
    • gradually diminishes up to the change of teeth. A sense impression is
    • individual. With the faculties upon which you call as a teacher in
    • reproduction. The forces of reproduction now gradually form the
    • Gradually a great deal of permanent structure accumulates. The older
    • normal, if judging the whole individual from external life one can
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    • KNOWLEDGE in one direction, of individuals who, although not exactly
    • individuals, we find that as a first stage the ego organization
    • consequence of this? You can easily see that this puts the individual
    • individual is really able to see into the spiritual world and to feel
    • first type. Individuals who feel the presence of spiritual beings,
    • individuals, those whose astral body is drawing the ego down, are
    • the etheric body. The individual snaps too strongly with the ego,
    • of what we learned was the second stage for the individuals in whom
    • type of individuals poured into visions similar to a sense
    • individual symptoms — where, naturally, they should be studied
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    • causing the illness, that the individual harbored some elemental
    • conflicts with the most religious individuals around him because of
    • individual who is now Ferdinand Raimund experienced of bitter
    • delighted to entertain Ferdinand Raimund. Gradually he abandons the
    • individual. Objectively, it is also not precisely a suicide, for if
    • seen that there are individuals whose ego, astral body, and etheric
    • Mechthild of Magdeburg, and many others. There are such individuals
    • these individuals we do not need to enter into karmic details.
    • individuals turned in the other direction. They develop abnormally in
    • Teresa the individual became especially strong in earlier
    • earth-lives, while in the pathological cases the individual became
    • characteristics of an individual, one need not examine the karma in
    • the anthroposophical movement. Those individuals will then find
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    • which then carries the process inward; I come gradually to the path
    • air exhalation we reach a lower, coarser process. Below we gradually
    • activity gradually becomes purely physical, becomes altogether a
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    • gradually come from the etheric world to which we have become
    • If individuals
    • that an individual is by nature continually
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    • and the ego. In the case of these sick individuals, the ego and
    • on a pathological state. The individual carries into sleep a certain
    • physicians must more and more become really practical individuals
    • development has made them. They have gradually become pure
    • individuals and cultural pathology and therapy — we find that
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    • gradually become untenable through their very absurdity. And those
    • must be realized. And the individuals in the anthroposophical
    • activity of individuals who are led and who want to be led by the
    • direction. This means that in the course of time there is a gradual
    • expression of the individual human life on earth. Here, then, we have
    • gradually advances from meteorology to meteorosophy one discovers the
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    • world. But this really happened in the old mysteries. Individuals saw
    • the individual during the first seven years of life. The first body
    • brought through the individuality from former earth-lives. This
    • clairvoyant faculty that leads an individual into the spiritual
    • full waking consciousness individuals are living as they have been
    • assume that they will gradually learn the separate healing measures
    • happening to the Christ individuality since He went through the death
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    • gradually learn to comprehend what lived in the ancient Hebrew sage
    • the gradual growth of our earth as the planetary scene of human
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    • that I have built up gradually out of this elementary existence,
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    • is in some such way that what had slowly and gradually been built up
    • must expect to see all that had gradually evolved during the Saturn,
    • the plants do not subsist in individual plants, such as we see
    • duality, sufficiently mature for all the Sun elements in it to
    • individualised as on our earth today. I have expressly called
    • in the form of species; there were no individual plants such as there
    • evolution, after a duality had come into being, after the sun had
    • single individual has the skill to produce this object alone, but
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    • aeriform element, the Elohim in the warmth, gradually attains to the
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    • itself outwardly in the life of the individual between birth and
    • we have seen that a duality is necessary for a life of full
    • earth develops in such a way that a gradual densification downward
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    • stage of earth development, they alone are actual individualities! To
    • people the earth, something like a gradual densification of the human
    • being has to come about. This soul-spiritual element must gradually
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    • latter part of Lemuria and during Atlantis was gradually endowed with
    • forms of individual plants, as we know them today, sprouted from the
    • mist developed in the periphery of the earth, and then gradually grew
    • individual physical form. And the Atlantean mist is described as in
    • causing this volume of smoky mist gradually to lighten, and to assume
    • from without, he would have seen that it was only very gradually that
    • the earth gradually came into a state favourable to human
    • of rain the mud in the street gradually turns to dust. Something like
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    • the astral and then gradually condenses into the etheric-physical; it
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    • in the air and on earth. But mankind had gradually to lose this living
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    • but something else ... We must not listen to what individual dreamers
    • it came about so gradually. When men looked out at nature in olden
    • ought to prevail among the masses, from whom individuals came forth as
    • mountains, in water, in trees, so too was it seen in an individual
    • anything to individuals in England, for example? If the truth as
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    • Something comparable with cultural relations between individual
    • something that is sacred to individual souls everywhere, namely, how
    • When the individual personal element had passed through death, had
    • plead to-day: ‘Do not take from us the individual, personal Jesus who
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    • of Golgotha and all that pertained to it, was gradually submerged by
    • experience of the Spirit gradually faded from Western culture, and we
    • gradually deteriorated in the course of Western civilisation into
    • little Child. Banal hymns about the Jesus Babe gradually became the
    • Buddhisn, was gradually obscured by the other, which clung to the
    • destiny. Only gradually does the juristic concept of retribution,
    • has gradually come to be a picture of the Man of suffering and pain,
    • civilisation has gradually lost the conception of the Spirit. When a
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    • existence, a transition from individual to group-soul existence. The
    • evolution on the earth, but it faded gradually away. As men began more
    • the human being. In order that there might gradually be imparted to
    • individuals. They were no more than vestiges, it is true, but they
    •  “The human body,” He taught, “has gradually become
    • But the individuals who come together in all kinds of masonic and
    • about the need for Christ that every individual may experience in his
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    • gradually developed. The impressions received by man during the night
    • individual consciousness of those who became Initiates, a wide,
    • etheric head gradually drew completely into the physical head until it
    • gradual interlocking of the physical body and etheric body.
    • individual experiences.
    • completely cut off from the spiritual worlds. Individuals here and
    • content of the old memories of the spiritual worlds, but, gradually,
    • and in what a few individuals gifted with special powers of
    • evolution, his etheric body will gradually loosen itself again,
    • in a great number of individuals the etheric body is beginning to
    • formerly reality — in the physical sense — must gradually be
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    • legend enshrines an ancient wisdom that can only gradually be
    • distance and learn through these solemn festivals gradually to look
    • wisdom sees in the Breath of Life that which man must gradually
    • Resurrection from individual human life to the life of the universe
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    • World-evolution consists in the gradual spiritualisation of all
    • stupendous occurrence of the gradual enlightenment of the Buddha, as
    • it that life imposes on man so that gradually he loses control of his
    • the gradual elimination of the facts associated by the great Buddha
    • A human individuality descending from spiritual heights into
    • the Mystery of Golgotha, when the karma of a particular individuality
    • this individuality came down from spiritual heights and clothed
    • Nazareth was woven into his own etheric body. This individuality bore
    • the human ‘I’ of that individuality; but the humility, the devoutness
    • that humanity gradually matures, so that there may be human beings who
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    • to think by talking; learns gradually to apprehend in clear thought
    • during the last 1,000 years, they have gradually adopted modern
    • In short, people will gradually achieve, through their own efforts,
    • some individual — the actual Christ as He is living in the astral
    • of individuality, of individual life, will count for more and more,
    • of men, not closely connected with spiritual evolution, gradually lose
    • gradually transforms all the most important events into the spiritual
    • as individuals. When a man is incapable of developing the force of
    • incarnations. Men would gradually become a race with bodies wrinkled
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    • gradually freeing itself from a consciousness of which present-day
    • individuality in the spiritual world. We know, too, that there are
    • it; it is a gradual transition. What occupies a soul here on earth
    • gradual change in men's whole outlook, and feeling and understanding
    • We see, therefore, that slowly, gradually, the present state of the
    • the force and self-sufficiency of men's individuality will be
    • next incarnation” If everyone were to say that, when gradually
    • increasing individualism will be felt by them as isolation. On the
    • new ones formed. All this is imminent, but it will be gradual.
    • now, I would note that these gradual happenings have been described
    • the cosmos, with the nature of the various individualities both on the
    • prepared which a man needs for gradually acquiring a true
    • must gradually become widespread in the sixth culture-epoch. Then in a
    • about only through the individuality who before Christ-Jesus came to
    • earthly events This individuality, whom in his rank as Bodhisatva we
    • the individuality who appeared as Jeshu ben Pandira, until he rises
    • in the course of a remarkable incarnation of the individual who was
    • how the Christ will gradually reveal Himself to ever-higher powers in
    • individual peoples and individual men, will become the interpreters of
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    • parents; and out of the abstract soul-substance we form the individual
    • individuals, that so many individual beings sit here before us, rests
    • principles, is fashioned by the spiritual individuality which descends
    • eyes, but we see individually. For the external organs this is least
    • general organs, and fashion them individually. We must learn to know
    • fashion individually. That means that when at birth we enter the
    • gradually, in the course of time, so is it in the spiritual life;
    • facts as they gradually come to light, as they continually arise in
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    • those still incarnate in the physical body, gradually fall away, and
    • pure soul. And now gradually emerge souls, fashioning themselves out
    • we do not recognise them individually; and gradually the individual
    • own individuality. First we have the plan of our Karma. Then we must
    • If we thus observe individual persons in life we find that they are
    • see that as individuals they are specially suited for this, or that.
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    • the individual successive earth-lives through which man passes. We
    • human nature, makes a greater or less individual progress in the
    • relation in which, as astral body, it stands to all the individual
    • consideration to the individual man), that force which would have been
    • karmic). Well, he would then have gradually used up that force in his
    • himself arbitrarily into this or that individuality which his
    • The work of these individualities is such that we can ask: Who then
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    • individual case, when a human soul which formerly impressed us from
    • independently for us individually. Thus the boundary is movable; and
    • gradually to acquire ideas of a world quite different from the
    • ordinary physical world, and thus gradually to accustom ourselves to
    • point of the Cosmos. Now the etheric body revives, and gradually takes
    • gradually become necessary to coin words wherewith really to grasp the
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    • people, we must recollect becoming aware of the individual self, the
    • in a really wonderful manner, only one single individual is depicted:
    • individuals stirred in him as the after effects of what he had been
    • ‘Now, as this man and his name had gradually become a fixed idea
    • these will gradually become the universal conviction of humanity. Yet
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    • whole must gradually re-acquire through its own efforts. We then see
    • individuals with the Christ-Event Christianity was spread abroad. At
    • unfathomable nature? Gradually the whole became fainter and fainter,
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    • not reached a state of balance. When however the activity gradually
    • strikes a pendulum it gradually reaches a state of balance. Every
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    • formations developed gradually, either from the plant kingdom or the
    • primeval rocks out of plants. The plant kingdom gradually passes over
    • gradually to the point of dividing itself into three parts. Willing,
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    • gradually distinguish them in this way. Our description tallies with
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    • in birth and death; the degree of balance in the gradual reciprocal
    • individual beings but they flew hither and thither in the ether. In
    • the grotesque animals in which Atma, Buddhi and Manas gradually
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    • The different incarnations of the human individuality are a kind of
    • development of the individual soul. As a child one must catch up with
    • that time the dual nature of the world was understood, the opposing
    • something new breaks in. Christianity worked towards the gradual
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    • The individualised astral light. Reading in the Akasha.
    • ever more physical, it separates off from itself the individual auric
    • increasing densification, the Astral Light became individualised after
    • the individualised Astral Light. One can therefore read in the Astral
    • individual human being becomes ever more clearly discernible the more
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    • enduring thought content to live in one in order gradually to develop
    • a force, which gradually allows devachanic senses to awaken in the
    • Thus man has his share in the three worlds. It is only gradually
    • less free on the Arupa Plane of the Higher Mental World. Man gradually
    • drive man down. These together are called Nidanas. As man gradually
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    • bodily sheaths and the gradual loosening of the Deva-forces through
    • But these stages are not final; evolution gradually progresses. Even
    • pupil the whole inner body gradually became illuminated. All ancient
    • etheric body. Through this the Deva forces are gradually released by
    • the work of his own ego. Then he also gradually begins to see into
    • and morality. Only after a gradual transformation of his desires can
    • Until this stage is reached a duality is necessary for evolution, i.e.
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    • The names of the Hierarchies do not refer to individuals but to
    • condition in which he gradually gets rid of the habits of earthly life
    • individuality. In any particular incarnation one is in fact only half
    • We have to distinguish the separate wills of individual human beings
    • individual wills into a common will. In this way we have a collective
    • in another sphere they may be able to evolve. An individuality is
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    • present surround the Earth will in the future play an individualised
    • which man only gradually has around him in Devachan. It is an
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    • within, the latter were the instruments of occult individualities.
    • individualities standing behind them. These occultists could not
    • individuals. Up to the time of the French Revolution occult forces
    • stood behind significant statesmen. Then they gradually withdrew, for
    • sense, an individual directed by forward-striving brotherhoods, for
    • individual ego. The human being had to become a self-effacing imprint
    • beings to a greater or lesser degree; they are not individual.
    • Then comes individual existence itself, the sum of all the earlier
    • incarnations when he was already on the earth: Bhava = individual
    • With this we have retraced the stages of the Nidanas up to individual
    • beyond the period of individual existence. Here he differentiates a
    • oneself from individual birth. What interests us is that this earthly
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    • kingdoms, which he once had within him, he gradually put out from
    • the Monads incarnated in them, these beings gradually raised their
    • individual Karma. It was a very important stage of human development
    • remains as his individual Karma, but as something else essentially
    • Then the purely personal, individual Karma passes over into the
    • this he had created no individual Karma; we must ask ourselves: Where
    • individuality is like a thread which goes through all forms of
    • personal manifestation in the different incarnations. An individuality
    • individual sees how as a member of humanity he is also spun into the
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    • through this he gradually raised himself to the upright posture.
    • union of a duality. Fundamentally it is also a two-fold formation. We
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    • arise new elemental inhabitants in astral space. Gradually however man
    • plane in the duality of the sexes. The God who brought about
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    • higher individualities, such as those we call Masters. They can send
    • thoughts also which the Masters or other individualities have
    • us, but around us. The more highly developed individualities are the
    • company of those individualities who can work during the night on our
    • individualities. This is the communication of the pupils with the
    • there for the purpose of gradually getting rid of the connections they
    • human shells float around there. They gradually dissolve, and when the
    • what is merely the shell of a person is his real individuality. Very
    • individuality but must be looked upon as a continuation of verses
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    • The problem of death as a question of consciousness. The duality:
    • are so that man only gradually gains continuity of consciousness in
    • We must learn to know man as a duality: as the Monad and what clothes
    • development, both have gradually reached the point of being able to
    • body, the latter gradually developed in a purer form. What had been
    • entrance of the Monad, and the astral body gradually approaches
    • projects his actions into the surrounding world and gradually becomes
    • ennobles his etheric body (so that it remains in existence), gradually
    • Higher Self is not to be sought within us, but in the individualities
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    • possible. Gradually, out of the chaotic Earth, through what had been
    • On the Earth everything developed quite gradually, so that mankind,
    • Hyperborean Race evolved. Gradually the seeds of the Moon-Men appeared
    • Earth Globe. The axis of the Earth was gradually turned. Previously
    • very retarded individuals, but also those who were very far advanced.
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    • which the Semitic-Jewish civilisation gradually developed. There then
    • astral Globe also densified only gradually to astral substance.
    • Between the single material stages of these Globes there is no gradual
    • During the First Earth Round the human kingdom gradually separated
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    • become further developed in the so-called Races. Thus gradually
    • gradually condensed; they were not yet differentiated. At that time
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    • All our present metals have only gradually become what they are now.
    • substances have gradually solidified. When human beings become ever
    • do nothing. Only gradually did he learn in the most primitive way to
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    • the chain of planets has gradually come to manifestation as creation,
    • worked in, is however gradually worked out again. In advanced age the
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    • into the individual. Then we come back into a condition when man and
    • gradually during the Atlantean Age, one sees the Atlantean landscape
    • signified individual warmth, warmth which was made use of in
    • individualisation; and in the world outside the opposite came about:
    • an individualised being. This underlies the occult saying that,
    • individual ego which produces egoism. Man owes his independence to the
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    • consider the Karmic relationships between peoples and individuals.
    • individual warmth. So the donors of knowledge and freedom are bound up
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    • This had gradually been prepared for in the development of humanity.
    • wine was still something quite secular. Only gradually did it find its
    • for something higher, that is, self-propagation. He will gradually
    • Sub-Race, the human ego was very gradually developed. In the Sixth
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    • Between individual characteristics and those of the human race in general
    • individual human being is a riddle, often even to himself. Every one
    • individuality that are of concern to practical life. We sense
    • to that is the individuality he brings with him out of the spiritual
    • gradually in this paragraph. His point is not that a newly-forming
    • individual. What a human being acquires in a lifetime through
    • knowledge that will benefit the individual and all mankind. In
    • education, very close attention must be paid to the individual
    • understanding of every individual human being. We can do this,
    • and gradually, spiritual science illuminates our minds, making us
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    • We come now to consideration of the individual activity of the spirit
    • individuality. And in the faculty of speech, in the
    • as individuality. And the life of the spirit connected with these
    • that is individual soul experience in the animal is something that
    • in the single animal individuality. But we see, too, that this
    • this, however, we realize that in his individual life man is in
    • to say, becomes individual, in that same measure we can say with
    • more and more through his individuality — that pertains to the
    • imparted by heredity, for it proceeds from the human individuality
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    • member of a species, gradually attaining its instinctive aims in
    • congealed spirit being lived out in this way in the individual animal
    • bound up with man's gradual acquisition of speech, thinking,
    • anatomy of all the individual organs is concerned, it would be
    • individual forms. What interests us in man's skeleton is the
    • individual; whereas in the animal it is what belongs to the species
    • individual man, having finished their work in a particular sphere,
    • forces organizing individual movement work on in later life. This we
    • physiognomy. There in fact what begins as individual sense of
    • individual differences in men's inner nature. It goes without
    • are not general but individual to man, as he confronts us as a moral,
    • What confronts us in the formation of the human skull is individual,
    • also be individual, just as our attitude is individual to each work
    • were, congealed directly in the form. In man we find each individual
    • individual movement and consciousness of self, and later into freedom
    • in other words the whole organization so far as it is individual
    • But imagine it was no longer kept in reserve for individual life but
    • balance, of individual movement and of the sense of life, but must
    • their individual functions, and are able to give evidence of the
    • may be found information about all the individual human organs.) Thus
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    • individuals were wont to pass into a mediumistic condition, and when,
    • at certain times, vapours rose out of the earth, these individuals
    • gradually reaches a stage in his development at which he no longer
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    • individual as in man, but manifold, diversified, yet for all that of
    • divine-spiritual Beings, and of receiving utterances individually from
    • If we can gradually form a conception of this by perceiving how
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    • how what is present in the individual human being is connected in
    • The individual human being can be viewed in his external aspect, as he
    • reverse of those presented by the individual man. In his case we speak
    • many individuals who are what is called “unconventional” in
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    • about the other metals. Then it will gradually dawn upon them what was
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    • concerns man's individual existence as he stands there with his soul
    • individual players. They have devoted their efforts, and especially
    • in value is what the individual does, what the individual creates and
    • say but also in what we do, in all our individual deeds, may be
    • from an inwardly associated impulse, we were able gradually to make
    • ancient Greece. We may then leave it to each individual soul here
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    • individualities who still bore within them all the inward greatness of
    • individualities, behind what is to be perceived externally. The
    • sort of impression he there received of these human individualities.
    • It may happen that some human individuality, who in bygone ages stood
    • some special way. Mistakes may easily arise about such individualities
    • progress these mistakes have gradually to be corrected. On the whole,
    • Individuality as having been initiated on earth like other initiates
    • objective result of occult research. This Individuality Who was not
    • have the one and only individuality Who has given all that He gave,
    • Individuality, the possibility of understanding the Christ
    • Individuality without the aid of education, simply by means of
    • “I consider this or that individuality the higher on account of
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    • life of the soul in the real anthroposophical sense, we must gradually
    • gradually get to the truth of the matter by approaching it in
    • gradually reach the point of saying to oneself, “I myself gave
    • worlds must be acquired by experience. We must acquire them gradually,
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    • we experience in our personality, in our individuality. If we did not
    • a higher vision, of a higher insight. In this way one gradually comes
    • kind of inner forceful being, gradually able bit by bit to awaken
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    • to cat. There is not this duality there, for whatever is, is being.
    • fundamentally on the karma of the individual human being and on the
    • vivid just after going to sleep and it gradually dies away toward the
    • co-experience. This gradually grows in intensity, and you penetrate
    • exercises for the first steps in initiation, he should gradually
    • gradually slipped away from higher worlds to be seized upon by
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    • super-sensible worlds is therefore individual, and is determined by
    • to indicate something individual that can at the same time be useful
    • you must admit that it is the outcome of individual karma. It can only
    • of the worlds are so manifold, the ways of individuals must be
    • individualities or beings of the higher worlds and to verify what part
    • There are many signs today of how, gradually, understanding can be
    • individual it can rejoice in its power to grow individually great. If
    • eternity should be held fast in the inward greatness of the individual
    • individual soul and also into all that the individual man can do for
    • his inner being. For what is individual greatness in the individual
    • up from the individual human soul.
    • individually, what belongs most deeply to his ego-hood. But in all
    • human evolution of all that is most individual in his soul. Lucifer
    • For the individual soul in relation to Ahriman, however, something
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    • attitude of the individual toward what we may call the description of
    • that is human egoism — not merely individual egoism, but the
    • of values, his quite individual way of facing things objectively.
    • personality of Gautama Buddha this individuality lived for the last
    • individuality from earthly life to spiritual life, to association in
    • spiritual existence. If you then trace this individuality back, you
    • say, “We are here dealing with an individuality living on the
    • and the change in this outstanding individuality is so represented
    • “This individuality of the initiate, Gautama Buddha, worked for a
    • that such an Individuality as the Christ should have brought something
    • central Individuality of the whole planetary system, by the Spirit of
    • travel in trains, nor airships. He will go into the individual being
    • individual soul of each friend, looking forward to a further meeting
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    • in a single object. Will constitutes the individual worth of each
    • individuality. It is just by this we are shown how the will
    • constitutes the individual worth of a human being, how from this
    • infinitely with different clairvoyant individuals. Each one may have
    • thou standest as an individuality in the world, that thou thyself
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    • gradually approach the point of time to which our remembrance
    • spiritual sources and spiritual depths. Thus we gradually become able
    • together in order that man may gradually be produced in the world, in
    • spirit-land between death and rebirth, he gradually matures so as to
    • and which has such an effect that we gradually gain the power really
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    • because of this that we are individual physical beings in the
    • gradually became dim and dark. Had this not come to pass, man would
    • only been done slowly and gradually, for it has developed in the
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    • concrete, individual example. Suppose we have told a lie to someone
    • Something remarkable gradually
    • great number of fairy-tales and sagas. These are gradually
    • in contradistinction to his knowledge, whether in individual cases he
    • If in the case of individual
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    • into something else. These forces have to awaken gradually after
    • happens when the memory-tableau gradually fades away and grows dim,
    • tableau must first fade away, must gradually grow dim. Then out of
    • gradually to understand the elemental beings in the outer world not
    • gradually decline, it must be entirely overcome and this takes
    • decades to accomplish. This is the period in which we gradually
    • our elemental creations, we gradually attain to seeing the elemental
    • electric switch connecting our own individuality with what goes on
    • gradually fade and die down, and they do this after some years.
    • us. We have gradually to develop a will — and this we really do
    • When we have gradually worked out of the condition we must first pass
    • The elemental beings thereby become real to us and we gradually
    • spiritual world. This awakens gradually.
    • willing-feeling: we possess these as a duality whereas when we have
    • Thus we gradually work our way
    • world as a reality. We gradually arrive at really having the souls of
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    • we produce a power within us through which we gradually degenerate
    • not gradually bring with us as human beings a surplus of spirit, as
    • has just been described, humanity would gradually reach the point
    • developed toward the future would otherwise gradually overcome
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    • the egoistic circle of his individual life, for it is not he alone
    • freedom, in the individual initiative of the single human being, and
    • individual can establish a direct relation with Christ. The essential
    • springs from the most individual source, from personal circumstances
    • the connections we form through our individual destiny and karma, and
    • super-sensible experiences to go through, according to our individual
    • saying this I want to accuse or criticise any individual. That is not
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    • individual. And this consists of inner thoughts, inner visions of the
    • by the single individual concerning his relationships with the worlds
    • lonely individual who emerged in our modern epoch was not well fitted
    • is produced by individual effort, and indeed of everything embraced
    • the immediate spiritual and individual abilities, and also the former
    • individual abilities, of the human beings concerned: it will be a
    • social order permits the individual capacities of the employer to be
    • individual capacities to take from someone something which ought not
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    • species, family and genus; what he desired was to observe the gradual
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    • this habit they have gradually come to talk of
    • we shall try gradually to discover how the many-coloured world
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    • duality of space and time. The real thing we have outside us is the
    • You may imagine therefore: Say you have gradually filled the dark
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    • individuals who have attempted from time to time to draw attention to
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    • conditions, being gradually restored to its neutral state. But the
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    • of modern Physics came about only gradually. What first caught
    • this from the point of view which, as I said, has gradually been
    • have gradually discovered what kind of movement it is. It takes
    • with hearing alone, for this is but a single factor of the dual
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    • often explained: as human beings we are in fact dual beings. That
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    • sound you are dividing yourself as it were into a human duality.
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    • inner life. In other words, just as an individual in a state of
    • In this way the mystic reaches a stage where he gradually loses sight
    • not into a unity, but into a duality. In sleep, a duality of being has
    • Microcosm, another duality. What enables us to experience an outer
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    • slipping away from him, and all the impressions of the day gradually
    • smell, and finally of hearing. In this gradual cessation of the inner
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    • on gradually to more remote realms of spirit.
    • individual planets pointed to the great spiritual experience just
    • what could at one time be undergone by individuals belonging to an
    • when it was far less developed. But with the gradual evolution of
    • gradually becomes capable of fearlessly approaching that spiritual
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    • can be compared with something very great; also that the individual
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    • by actual individuals.
    • happen to certain individuals. They wake up with a certain sense of
    • periods preceding his present life. Gradually he came to feel as if he
    • start from a particular individual and go back to his father,
    • by starting from an individual we can see how the qualities of the son
    • physical bodies of our own forefathers, in order gradually to shape
    • When these things are communicated gradually, even in public lectures
    • subjected himself entirely. Unless the individual had submitted his
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    • spiritually from the individual. And strange as it may sound, in order
    • Through a special kind of training, one individual underwent with
    • necessary intensity. Therefore individuals were specially trained to
    • so that individuals were available who in very different ways had
    • there were individuals who willingly developed one side of their Ego
    • Twelve individuals-three Spring-helpers, three Summer-helpers, three
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    • gradually succeed in judging ourselves as in ordinary life we judge
    • Macrocosm, for then we shall gradually learn to find our bearings in
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    • growing until the seed is formed and then gradually withering until
    • spiritual organs are formed and moulded, organs which gradually enable
    • training and vary according to a man's individuality, so that the
    • into ourselves something from a higher world. Then we gradually rise
    • into the higher worlds and how they are gradually revealed to him. We
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    • pain when a foolish or absurd statement is made? Countless individuals
    • individual, who being anxious to accomplish a great deal in a short
    • monists, others dualists, and so forth. The materialists insist that
    • materialists against the spiritists, the monists against the dualists
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    • he is today; he has become what he is, gradually and by degrees. He
    • sheer stupidity, for in order to understand them individually the
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    • There are individuals who see that others are inwardly warmed by an
    • of the Earth. Man is an individuality centred in the Ego and it is
    • this individuality who passes from one incarnation to another. We can
    • is not something that is individualised today. In the course of
    • Speech is not bound up with our true individuality, with that which
    • with our individuality, we are part and parcel of something wrought by
    • to expression spiritual activities, but not individualised
    • individualisation; but the larynx is developing to the point where it
    • will eventually be able to be a receptacle for a man's individual
    • through it he will be able to give expression to his own individual
    • that as individuals we have no power over what our larynx produces,
    • with our individuality. Just as with our own Egohood we are rooted in
    • still have no individual control of them. We are born into a
    • folk-language; we have as yet no individual control over what is
    • individuality. Intervention in the breathing process means penetration
    • individuals who in the essential part of their nature are related in
    • degree that this warmth brings individuals closer to one another, then
    • will tend to bring individuals together. The logic of thinking may
    • result would be if in individual hearts and souls so much warmth were
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    • individual functions and exercises, which are contained in
    • renunciation into an intellectual virtue. Then we gradually
    • means of the mood of renunciation. And we gradually notice that
    • of the ego, is that the latter gradually evolves as the body
    • develops and gradually acquires its proper configuration the
    • then extends beyond the individual life of the
    • self-orientation and becomes gradually separated from the
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    • of the senses. People have gradually become convinced that it
    • always individual. In the physical world we are accustomed to
    • everything were individual. And we should imagine what human
    • compartment, but if we had to face it with individual judgment.
    • world is always portrayed as something individual. This
    • experience each single case represents something individual and
    • way, but always varied in one way or the other, individualized.
    • something individual through its own particular nature, it
    • individual acts of destiny as something that comes to them from
    • individual personal lives an experience out of the past, our
    • the human individuality and the universe is actually present in
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    • has been developed it is possible to advance gradually to
    • of plant life, of each individual plant and of the great
    • can be brought into the individual sciences. It was possible to
    • will sink back into the sun as a clinker, it will gradually
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    • the earth and all worlds are rooted. But the individual
    • theories will gradually disappear from the world.
    • individualities, in bodies belonging to the several civilisations.
    • belonged to earlier periods of culture. Each individual soul advances
    • well as this evolution of individual souls which depends upon their karma,
    • of the karma of individual souls but of human evolution as a whole on the
    • stem from the personal opinions of individuals.
    • said that every individual who will apply the original forces within
    • which we have always been accustomed; it is only gradually that we
    • and further stages, we gradually gain the power — now actually
    • feeling becomes gradually conscious, through this developed force
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    • to the earth, through his inspiration, man could gradually begin to
    • brief indications I have been able to give you will gradually make their
    • this knowledge will gradually be shared by all.
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    • individuals interested in the anthroposophical world conception flow
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    • the divine — gradually transforms itself to a mere vessel of
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    • depends on the way in which mathematical thinking was gradually
    • mathematics relates to reality. Mathematics had gradually become what
    • gradually, stands upright, so that this last orientation flows within
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    • phenomena. This gradually leads to the suspicion that we formulate
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    • scientific age, gradually emerged as the official views. Aside from
    • about nature, all understanding was gradually lost. This is what
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    • individual members out of the inward experience and makes them
    • thoughts concerning the individual phenomena into connection with
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    • forth, but treated as mere abstractions. This gradually arose from
    • in later ages when they gradually evaporated into complete
    • organization. This gradually became a very meager experience. The way
    • said, but in the whole method of presentation. It is gradually
    • in this way in order to attain to an individually modulated moral
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    • most powerful moral impulses — those individual moral impulses
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    • associated with an individualization of material condition.
    • condition there takes place an individualizing, a differentiation.
    • that this crass materialism arose through the gradual loss of ideas
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    • has at first a similarity with melting and vaporizing. (We will gradually
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    • times there is such a pronounced dualism between all which we
    • is a question of gradually approaching the concepts that will lead us
    • Thus we gradually bring these things nearer to the human being. It is
    • ceases to have individuality. And when we carry the fluid body over
    • is a solid body with a kind of individuality, but opposes the
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    • possible a gradual entrance into reality. We need, in fact today, not
    • this relation to the earth, they take on an individuality, assume
    • way introduce into individualized solid bodies the thing that is
    • therefore, in a certain way individualize gravity. Thus we see that
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    • of the struggle between the substance as individuality which strives
    • because through a general view of individual natural facts a sound
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    • human being then works more in his inner individuality than he does
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    • then we apply heat and see a body getting warmer gradually piece by
    • nothing about the process except the gradual heating of the body?
    • gradual spreading of the effect of the heat in the different
    • of the subject that I have so often spoken to you about. Gradually we
    • Now, my friends, that can be experienced only when one gradually and
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    • certain individuality. It takes its origin from the periphery of the
    • individualizing tendency of the material which, in solids, is the
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    • these qualities, will the soul gradually imprint on the whole human
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    • affects only the individual man. It is specially important for the
    • borrowed; they were considered new and original. Gradually it was
    • the ordinary consciousness alone is obliged to work into an individual
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    • soul experiences something cosmic in place of the individual,
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    • body of the individual human being. Man feels the spiritual cosmos as
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    • individual knowledge derived from observation, but rather of
    • only through a gradual development. Ordinary consciousness takes the
    • consciousness. The sense of Christ was gradually lost; and so
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    • attain inspiration the individual human life must be abstracted, as
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    • to individuals who were destined not only to learn but to undertake
    • developed clairvoyance and insight into higher worlds. Such individuals
    • secret gradually to be made publicly known.
    • Rosicrucians were those who gathered around a significant individuality
    • individuals trained in our schools to instruct others when they have
    • individuality who was Christian Rosenkreutz foresaw what demands of
    • be able to let their wisdom flow gradually into the world.
    • certain number of people, but they would necessarily be individuals who
    • one. But just as the individual man lives and evolves to further and
    • An individual who was not clairvoyant would simple have seen a happening
    • This is what has happened in the case of leading individualities. We must
    • takes shape only gradually. The function of articulation is to pro-duce
    • weeks of life. This body of light gradually presses into and is then
    • forces, and now it penetrates gradually into the child's head and remains
    • the great world. Now think of an outstandingly advanced individuality,
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    • Each individual would then be able to undertake the further development
    • spiritual science today could be perceived by individuals, however highly
    • time from now, many individuals will become clairvoyant, but they would
    • only guide some other individual by conscientiously ensuring that he
    • coming ever nearer to individualization; the higher the evolution of
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    • An individual who has
    • experiences is invisible to the individual concerned but it is visible to
    • that pass between individuals. As a man's activity of soul is constantly
    • body. The effect of this work differs depending upon whether the individual
    • unswervingly upon the astral body. If this is the case, the individual
    • concerned will gradually reach the stage of no longer having to force
    • obviously a difference when an individual is obeying a command, or has so
    • beautiful. If an individual is simply obeying a command, his ego is
    • worked upon by the ego, although in the average individual still to
    • possible only for the most advanced individuals.
    • that is to say, without the individual concerned being aware of it.
    • prayer. But these individuals are not conscious that they are working
    • individual concerned could stay awake during life without being overcome
    • however, and that is the important point. The individual concerned takes
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    • been laid aside, but all the urges and desires are present. An individual
    • are many inducements for individuals to create hindrances to their
    • period of kamaloka the individual concerned lives over his whole life
    • upon him. This is a distressing experience, especially for individuals
    • enter the spiritual world. We learn gradually to contemplate objectively,
    • the physical world, life is distributed among the many individual beings.
    • What had flowed from the founders of religion into the individual
    • beings meanwhile incorporate into the individual concerned the etheric
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    • When the individual dies, everything that is physical in these
    • the soul gradually rids itself of the urge to cling to physical life,
    • astral streams. But of course every process of love is individual and
    • issues from a specific individuality. Now, before earthly fertilization,
    • forces, the individuality, the being who is coming down again to the
    • It is emphatically not the case that an individuality connects
    • individuality is in touch with the outcome of physical procreation.
    • conception, this spiritual individuality who is descending does not
    • organic texture that is necessary if the human individuality is to use
    • sexes has it become possible for human individuality to develop, for
    • individuality.
    • is executed below on the earth and the individual entity who must evolve
    • element, that is to say, if the universal type were not individualized. It
    • influence and thereby becomes the producer of the new human individuality.
    • is at the same time individualized. In the deadened etheric body there
    • that the web woven out of karma there takes hold; gradually these forces
    • descend, we must say that it is the individual who is in the process of
    • the reincarnating individual definitely participates in the choice of
    • then onwards can there be any question of the individual being able
    • is an occult law that no individual before his thirty-fifth year is
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
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    • had gradually become so degenerate that the bodies were simply useless
    • the balance. Gradually, while the moon was emerging, a kind of softening,
    • this phase of evolution the ego enters gradually into what had come
    • test consisted in gradual attempts to permate what had formerly been
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    • much higher that contemporary man could not have lived upon it. Gradually
    • of gradual densification presents itself to clairvoyant sight. Out of
    • The number of human beings gradually increased and the souls who had
    • influence was gradually able to become so strong that man could no longer
    • Man now gradually became
    • see into the spiritual world. Clairvoyance then gradually faded. Men
    • were individuals who had within them primitive talents for calculation,
    • of cultural center in Asia. He drew these individuals to him in order
    • cultures is, after all, that the physical plane shall be gradually mastered
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    • these conditions remained, love and brotherliness would also have gradually
    • the physical world and into a life wholly centered in the individual
    • and loneliness then prevailing, brotherliness and love would have gradually
    • bring individuals together through bonds other than those based on ties
    • the spirit of love and lets it hold sway from individual to individual.
    • was confirmed that individual must confront individual as human brothers.
    • event. A few individuals have always had a divining of the whole
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    • Ages, experiencing its heyday in Scholasticism. But an abyss gradually
    • to the physical plane, densifies, and at the death of the individual
    • destiny of an individual is, on the contrary, the result of his former
    • in another. Individuals who abandon themselves to an ordinary, indolent
    • drawn upon its fountainhead. The great individualities who presided
    • the average individual reveals itself to be, is organized in such a way
    • that it gradually begins to develop organs and can then have perceptions
    • paths, the choice of one of which depends upon a man's individuality.
    • path. Only few individuals can still take this path because it demands
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    • be single individuals who will understand what I want to say, but
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    • interesting that certain individuals not far behind us in time may be
    • into the clefts of the Earth and there attain perfection gradually.
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    • of fire, and man became a duality. With the birth of sexual man out of
    • soul element, and man the element of will. In this way, the duality of
    • The duality of good and evil was taught in the religion of
    • duality of good and evil had been comprehended in human consciousness,
    • Through his recognition of the unity, the duality and the trinity, man
    • overcoming of evil by good. Duality will purify the lower instincts
    • in the world that leads from disharmony to harmony, so duality is
    • we comprehend the Mediator in the right way. Out of unity, duality has
    • developed, and out of duality, a chaos from which harmony is to be
    • celebrated as the unity, the primeval wisdom, then as the duality of
    • Zarathustrian pupils saw it in the duality of good and evil; in Egypt
    • thinking, feeling and willing lies in the individual personality of
    • Divinity was Brahman; during the second, it was the duality of light
    • forth by the Masters of Harmony, we will gradually approach the great
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    • “She seems to aim in everything toward individuality, and does not
    • trouble about individuals. Now she builds and now destroys, and her
    • the individual personal life of a man, so the winter solstice was
    • evolution of man. Gradually, the constellation of earth, moon and sun
    • nature of man. It was the human soul that gradually built up the lower
    • longer considered to be a single individual human soul, but one that
    • his individual soul and comes to experience the universe within
    • time of year. For that Divine Individuality, the Christ, is the
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    • radiant Iris. At midnight a violet-reddish circle gradually arose in
    • consciousness was not merely that of an individual human being, but
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    • individual plants, animals, minerals, peoples, persons — so can
    • we specify the spiritual world into different classes of individual
    • although we may not always notice it, our soul will gradually change
    • tone and then to its octave, and so attune our souls to this dual
    • it comes about at last that, instead of hearing these dual tones, our
    • gradually, manifold beings disclose themselves — those beings
    • the animal kingdom. The etheric world gradually appears before us,
    • In Occult Science, that which thus gradually appears before man in the
    • possible to describe something of what gradually impresses itself upon
    • As we have to think of the individual man as permeated by what appears
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    • observe the gradual fading and dying of the plant world in the late
    • seed, and then observe how the germ gradually grows into a new plant.
    • signifies for individual man. Only we have said that in man this
    • no longer have a direct relation to the individual who is the bearer
    • gradual occult development, I must say: — As the first external
    • Planetary with regard to the external world. Just as the individual
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    • individual, but mathematics and moral obligations do not depend on
    • these beings as those which lead, guide, and direct each individual
    • that he can gain an idea of them. Just as each individual, in this
    • who belong together have also a guidance, just as individual man has
    • individual men. In western esotericism, these leaders of peoples or
    • concerned with individual races and peoples, but are leaders in
    • individual peoples, mightier than the Archangels who are leaders of
    • individual realms of the Archangeloi who guide contemporary but
    • individual groups of men, are distributed in space, so do we find, if
    • man as his own individual leader; when we there observe what lives
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    • find that gradually we educate ourselves, developing in ourselves a
    • man follows this way further he will find that he gradually trains
    • perception of this feeling of freedom. We must gradually learn what it
    • gradually learns to perceive everything in the spiritual world
    • the growing plant-world, we see how the plant gradually gains its
    • through which he can gradually train himself to observe the beings of
    • group-souls of the individual beings. So that occult vision of the
    • spiritual beings which are not, as in man, individual spirits in
    • individual human beings; but we find groups of animals, groups of
    • perceptible. Only for those occultly developed individuals who can
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    • occultist gradually rises and which, when one first becomes acquainted
    • while man has his individual principles which we cannot look upon as
    • take the individual entities, the individual bees in a bee-hive; it is
    • individual bees, just as you have yours in your separate principles.
    • look up to that which we shall only gradually attain in future
    • individual life of man in the external sense-world. Naturally, we
    • above individual man. Christianity endeavored in the succession of
    • works in the life of the individual man, so does that which we
    • systems, just as individual persons agree together, deliberate with
  • Title: Lecture 6: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • regulating of the individual movements of the planet in harmony with
    • individual cases there actually arises what we call “maya,”
    • revolve, but there are the individual beings of the various
    • is accepted as darkness. (That is, an individual light imprisoned
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    • the reality, the actual facts, when we gradually attain knowledge of
    • about the individual spiritual beings at work in cosmic space, in the
    • through a cooperation of a duality in the hierarchies — in the
    • whole planetary system; for while the movements of the individual
    • the same for all the individual planets of our Planetary System,
    • differ from one another as regards the individual planets, We must
    • anatomists, because gradually facts will come to light in the
    • all the moons of the individual planets: that is to say thought away
    • existence the planetary system is gradually forming its own corpse
    • individual planets. If a man searches for something which will give
    • resembles the forces which proceed from the individual planets —
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    • separate impressions, not individually but in relation and connection
    • from the individual planets. Everything we thus experience works
    • individual planets. This is the first thing I should like to say about
    • not appear to us as an individuality; we can only understand it here
    • sleep. Just as the consciousness then gradually dies down, so do
    • spring. Again in the gradual fading and dying of the plant-world,
    • we come across an individual mineral, we learn to recognize that it is
    • Solid matter has gradually been formed out of the fluid, and we now
    • individual principles of beings, with the corresponding worlds, but
  • Title: Lecture 9: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • an ego which is developing itself individually in a physical world,
    • going through an individual development and education. Now as regards
    • they belong; but the case of man who develops himself as an individual
    • way that the forms of the chief individual human races were able to
    • We know that each individual man is guided by what we call his Angel;
    • individual Spirits of the Age. The Spirits of the Age work upon the
    • human civilisation, we see that individual men are guided by the
    • Mercury. That means the Individuality who was the Leader of Buddhism
    • individual who, in the twenty-ninth year of his life became the
    • the Spirit of Motion enthroned in Mercury. This individual from being
    • means of studying the actual orbits of the individual planets through
    • great Individualities. So it came about that these seven successive
    • the individual Spirits of Motion.
    • earth and encompasses wider spheres than do the individual Spirits of
    • great individualities, even as Buddhism reached its climax in Buddha.
    • seeing that the individual religions have their rights, inasmuch as no
  • Title: Lecture 10: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • life sent down by the individual planets which permeate the earth from
    • again depend on the constellation of the individual planets. But what
    • Signs of the Zodiac in general give us their individual positions. It
    • gradually in the course of evolution will be both seen and
    • individual systems. We shall not depend on names, nor on the creeds of
    • same spirits, work for each single individual on earth — that
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    • individuality of man but who is at the same time a national God. The
    • individual Jew still felt with a part of himself a connection with the
    • individual who had this direct relationship, but the priest-wiseman,
    • strong life force in each individual, and this, in turn, would
    • gradually wither right up to its fourth member.
    • Egypt, we would not yet find this individual property among the
    • the priest-initiates. But now as each individual ego develops, it
    • stated in the fourth Commandment that he who lets the individual ego
    • the ego force of the single individual thereby derives something that
    • for the strengthening of the individual ego power.
    • experience along with each individual in this nation what he felt as
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    • spiritual world has gradually become completely closed to man's normal
    • gradually faded. Even the teacher, the preserver of tradition, could
    • capacity to understand. His knowledge gradually became limited to the
    • In order for an individual to enter the spiritual world in earlier
    • that truly makes him a human being. Before an individual has developed
    • beginning of his development and is like a vessel that is gradually
    • the individuality of Abraham, after his initiation by Melchisedek, it
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    • really a duality. We die because we are organized in a certain way and
    • our organization. Whence comes really this curious fact of duality in
    • being free. One thing, however, remains out of this duality of the
    • the individuality of Gautama Buddha, something had lived which could
    • individuality went through many incarnations, achieved higher and
    • from this individuality come into being? Every unprejudiced mind can
    • something entered, something worked into the individuality of Jesus of
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    • is true that that individuality who lived as Bodhisatva on earth and
    • gradually in the course of present-day earth-life, no matter how
    • this way with Lucifer, it would gradually have happened that the
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    • surrounding world is still a kind of dreaming; that it only gradually
    • language, integrates him within a certain body of people. Individual
    • certain dualistic relation. He sees entities and sees them in a
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    • living thinking, must gradually more and more permeate humanity; only
    • various individual races and groups of human beings, but in general
    • course of preparation for a long time very gradually beforehand. Such
    • This proceeded gradually still further until, in the fifteenth
    • reality it was only slowly and gradually that thinking was disabled.
    • gradually more and more completely lost to conceive the Event of
    • consisted of a gradual loss of the connection of man with the Christ
    • arrived at the necessity of having Christ in its midst. Gradually more
    • upon humanity in that period during which the epoch was gradually to
    • gradually passed over into the dead state. Suess says in regard to an
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    • matters are aware of the gradual entrance of what inevitably
    • because this feeling is lacking. And so man was gradually turned into
    • the other by. The individual's greatest interest is only in
    • gradually under the domination of empty phrase, convention, and
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    • wandering about on the earth. This state of things came gradually but
    • now I want to speak of something quite different, but gradually
    • for instance: Through education the young should gradually be brought
    • gradual process. In the first centuries of Christendom we find that
    • life of soul and spirit would gradually have withered. The Christ
    • this epoch there were only traditions. They have gradually faded out.
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    • impulses will become gradually less decisive than the moral
    • moral intuition within the soul, when the individual becomes more and
    • and that other life of soul which gradually began to paralyze the
    • individualism. Definition inevitably becomes generalization. In going
    • through life and meeting individuals we must have an open heart —
    • an open mind for the individual. Towards each single individual we
    • personality. For this reason every individual has the right to ask of
    • the individual. With every definition of a human being we are really
    • putting up a screen to make the human individual invisible.
    • of unconscious, instinctive activity. The individual human being,
    • instinctive activities of the human being as beneficial is gradually
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    • the individual is able to call forth from his inmost nature. I
    • it was said that, as an individual entity, man could call forth from
    • communities gradually seized upon this tradition and turned its
    • no alternative but gradually to wither up — perhaps asking
    • passes over gradually into the life of soul, the life of soul into
    • will must come from each single individual. Courage was needed to
    • individuality moral impulses which have to be worked for and are no
    • single, individual human soul; in other words, each single human
    • individual. We are making a beginning in the sphere of moral
    • intuitions, striven for by the human individuality. Because one has dared
    • built up gradually out of Imaginative, Inspired and Intuitive
    • language we learn in the first years of childhood gradually becomes
    • the individual. As a first step, individual moral intuitions must be
    • brought out of the human individuality; we shall see how as a result,
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    • appear in man; if single individuals are challenged in the
    • the one hand we are led to the conception of ethical individualism,
    • individualism must be borne on the love arising from perception of
    • morality on the individual, you will upset the social life.”
    • developing in the direction of individualism, there is no sense in
    • saying that ethical individualism upsets the community. It is rather
    • individualism, which holds the community together and fills it with
    • absolutely real sense, individual, unique confidence, is hardest to
    • confidence. For if one individuality is to meet another in a moral
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    • libraries. Science gradually was not really wanted any more. Hence it
    • gradually we enter this fire, because if one possesses the faculty of
    • which encircles us with warmth or cold but something that gradually
    • so knowledge gradually became something to which people devoted
    • we must realize that in the young individuality sitting at the feet
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    • it was revealed, either directly to the individual, or, where the
    • were revealed, gradually came to a point where a theory was needed to
    • only in the human individuality; they are only a summing-up of what
    • exists outside in the world and within the separate individuals. The
    • this. For although the sense for the individual past earth-life had
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    • lively conviction of individual human nature, so that they thus
    • lead them gradually to what can be known, to arithmetic, geometry,
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    • association of the ideas of individuals. But one should be able to
    • child gradually puts down figures out of which the letters then
    • spiritual. And where goes what the age has gradually developed in
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    • gradually become an insatiable glutton. It wants everything that
    • the realm of the artistic everyone is individual, each one is a
    • In the realm of the artistic each human being is an individuality in
    • himself. But because of this there can come about an individual,
    • Science is not an individual affair. Hence during the primary school
    • individuality, for of more value than any thought-out curriculum is
    • the individuality of the teacher and educator. It is individuality
    • individuality in the sense described has no external limits, only
    • this end we must make our individuality stronger and stronger, and
    • philosophic system, but that it lays hold of his own individuality,
    • flow of pure thoughts. Then the individuality comes forth. Then one
    • on activating the individuality of the soul, upon the pre-earthly
    • depths of the human individuality. And so we see how complicated are
    • individuality developed, so that people for fear of losing themselves
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    • less outwardly objective. What they saw gradually became only a
    • individual way. And when one as locksmith met a town councilor, he
    • human beings without sheaths. This has gradually arisen. But in a
    • educational method can first be made towards the individual ego-men
    • reins and gradually becomes entirely superfluous. It would hardly be
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    • being, threatening in the most terrible way to devour the individual
    • powerless against this. It was the epoch that has gradually succumbed
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    • beings have the tendency gradually to include mankind and everything
    • duality, namely, that man consists of body and soul, and not of body,
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    • human head formation has been gradually developed and transformed. Its
    • possible gradually to rise to a knowledge which does not merely live
    • stages of evolution and that gradually the rest of his organism was
    • meaning. The possibility has arisen for the human being gradually to
    • wisdom must gradually be permeated by other elements.
    • attention is drawn to that which can only gradually be revealed to
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    • evolution has gradually developed out of the Saturn evolution;
    • interests, and we are individualized in regard to them. But his
    • individualization comes to a halt before intelligence. As far as
    • yet is a personal matter for every individual human being.
    • head, but in the human head in its state of gradual dying.
    • soul-will activity bears the imprint of our gradual approaching the
    • Thus we see this duality — Lucifer-Ahriman — connected with
    • this duality. Now we have to keep in mind that mankind in its
    • is in a declining evolution, the human being must gradually acquire a
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    • were gradually lost. But the way of thinking developed by the Mystery
    • which is gradually derived from the nature processes in the way the
    • of feeling is already present today in individual human beings. They
    • does not harmonize with them. And now gradually he adjusts himself to
    • in this duality of his soul life. He will always become aware of the
    • duality more and more, he will be in need of an inner mediation, a
    • gradually become just as ordered as the head wisdom became ordered
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    • ordered growth in the single human individual, so is there ordered
    • Revolution matters have gradually changed, but still, old remnants
    • a conscious relationship of the individual to the whole of humanity,
    • 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.
    • against the other classes, foster, as individuals, what resembles
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    • Man's moral individuality was, as it were, aurically perceived around
    • appeared to him as mere folly, for this duality of human arbitrary
    • gradually changes — dies down, as Goethe said. Apart from the
    • in primeval culture. But this power of comprehension is gradually
    • air and light from the soul aspect, we shall gradually advance to the
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    • individual dead person. The human being must, however, acquire a
    • it is possible to focus one's attention upon definite individual
    • individual cases. If clairvoyant consciousness observes what happens
    • upon the special, individual life relationships of the departed one is
    • and to look in his special, individual life for the thought with which
    • which were concerned with the individual personal element, and shall
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    • Michael gradually rose from the rank of an Archangel to that of a Time
    • You see, at the beginning of the twentieth century it gradually became
    • from gradual death through illness. Imagine the following case: A
    • were gradually developed was precisely the time when mankind was
    • individual to illuminate for himself what lives in our immediate
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    • individual is suffering from any such after-effects. If you
    • in contact, you find the conflict within the individual, but no
    • subconsciousnesses: first the individual
    • the personal or individual subconsciousness. This is the first
    • experienced individually from his birth on, but also something
    • it turns out that something has happened in the individual
    • single individual corresponds to the psychology of the
    • “What the nations do is done by each individual, and so
    • long as the individual does it the nation will do it too. Only
    • a change in the attitude of the individual can bring about a
    • “What the nations do is done by each individual?”
    • It would be equally reasonable to ask: Could an individual do
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    • and written by that academic individual
    • such an individual. How does Max Dessoir come to assert, in the
    • There is no question of logic with such an individual as
    • the most comprehensive terms. Not the individually adapted
    • individual life, but upon the all-inclusive life which extends
    • far beyond the individual. For this all-encompassing
    • tearing the individual in question out of his karma,
    • which extends beyond the individual in a purely individual
    • individual. That is to say: a patient cannot be treated by
    • between individuals. Something universal
    • between individuals.
    • into sanatoriums, and treat each one in the individual manner.
    • individual.
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    • — the individual in most cases could never, through
    • Mary Magdalene. This individual goes through the world, and as
    • gradually (we do come to this gradually,) that it all may be
    • then gradually with the wish everything that imprisons us in
    • quality of the individual concerned. That is to say: the laws
    • this way, as he progresses gradually and is more fully
    • knowledge of what must gradually be made clear and
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    • happen, as it often does at the present time, that individuals
    • subconscious powers of the individual.
    • learns gradually through development; and the ability rightly
    • by the individual human being into his subconscious mind,
    • activities. The times of gradual going to sleep and of similar
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    • individually shaped head. If we consider the forces which
  • Title: The Ego: Lecture 1
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    • with a more individual theme concerning individual destiny and being.
    • to an end, and then a new one began, but that the one gradually and
    • this — ” As an individual man I am a transitory phenomenon,
    • individuality, such a soul-being as that of Abraham, was not merely
    • single individuality. That which we still find today in the animal
    • individual soul in the single human being.
    • transition. All group-soulness has gradually to be stripped off. Just
    • as the gaps between single nations gradually disappear, as the single
    • other group-soul qualities be shed, and the individual nature of each
    • connected with the individuality of man in a quite special way —
    • in man becoming ever more and more individual. It is only a question
    • individualities — or we could also say personalities — in
    • “I”? How can one gradually get an idea, a concept of what he
    • at all the other members. And so we come gradually to an idea
    • [Begriff] of what we profess with the word “I.” We gradually
    • we can say: In our individuality lives something which was there
    • world as Spirit. Thus we gradually work our way up to understand this
    • “I,” i.e., the bearer of the human individuality,
    • This anthroposophical view of the world arises in the most individual
    • way, and is, at the same time, the most un-individual thing that can
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    • life. Our own individual life is fundamentally connected with the
    • historical document for the knowledge of the greatest Individuality,
    • form a perception of what the individual person can have from the four
    • individuality whom we mention as Zarathustra, was the great teacher of
    • Palestine the individuality who was the bearer of Zarathustrianism,
    • permit ourselves to say: If such a high individuality descended and
    • various faculties are gradually acquired. Our present way of seeing,
    • from one individuality. Faculties which are to become common to a
    • first implanted from out of the spiritual world in that individuality
    • physical brain had gradually to develop from the seed. The evolution
    • And so the individual characteristics had to appear that all the time
    • should be shown how it gradually developed from generation to
    • case of single human beings. The life of the individual falls into
    • becomes independent. Thus the life of the individual runs its course
    • Similarly, those germs or aptitudes must gradually develop in that
    • what corresponds in the single individual to one period of age,
    • say: This people, like a great individual, must so develop from
    • individual from birth to change of teeth, here requires 2 x 7 = 14
    • “I” could be born, just as in the individual, the
    • pointed to the mission of the old Hebrew people, how gradually the
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    • gradually awakened through the perception of the physical world. It is
    • great strides being gradually prepared, which then occur. This was the
    • gradually became dull towards the spiritual world, so that he would
    • individuality who lived in Elias was reborn in John the Baptist, and
    • in the human breast, since the astral body had gradually lost the
    • general; they are specialised. With those individualities who have a
    • for different specialised initiations. And those individualities who
    • influenced by the Zarathustra Individuality.
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    • been regarded by the Mystery Initiates of all as the Dualism
    • recent epoch clearly inclines on the one side to a dualistic
    • polarity, an everlasting dualism, between Darkness and Light,
    • Manichaeism only `gets' on with Dualism, (in its on way quite
    • individually in the abstract, but one must regard them as
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    • never feel ourselves to be individuals. Therefore, just because
    • of thought we feel ourselves as individual beings. Let us once
    • individuals. We feel ourselves as personalities because
    • individual persons
    • that there are reasons why men should experience this Duality
    • that he could feel: “I am an individual person, am not
    • Then gradually men lost the consciousness that they still had
    • place of the individual Gods, — the Christians called
    • teacher and guide, Saint-Simon, because gradually Saint-Simon
    • gradually turned from him because he himself became altogether
    • simply individual facts — there was such a distinct
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    • side by side in the fifth root-race. The Manas-thinking will gradually
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    • first begins. It had gradually been prepared up to this point; it is
    • symbol for the striving of the individual soul. Goethe calls it the
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    • the disposal of a higher individuality. Hence later the transformed
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    • individualities, who underwent the sublime schooling which enabled
    • the fifth root-race highly developed human individualities have
    • before you comes about gradually in the fifth root-race. The Manus so
    • pass over gradually from the priestly outlook to that of the world. A
    • expression in time in the gradual training to independence of the
    • in man, but which will gradually gain more and more importance. To-day
    • the next. This fire will live in single individuals; and in those who
    • itself felt in individuals as zeal, it is the divine wrath. It asserts
    • itself by working with great power in individuals and since the others
    • Individuals receive impulses enabling them to bring mankind to the
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture I: Occult Signs and Symbols
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    • develops as man gradually ennobles his present imperfect form to
    • gradually to penetrate with his own inner forces to a visualization
    • Earlier we mentioned that our earth developed gradually. At first, it
    • gradually. What man saw earlier was a kind of astral colour, and the
    • themselves. Gradually man's present bodily form emerged. Think
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    • realize how the individual craftsman felt joy in each piece, how he
    • people living in it who had a kind of clairvoyance. Gradually the
    • rain storms came; gradually the people accustomed themselves to an
    • gradually appeared. Objects revealed themselves like lanterns in the
    • process went on for thousands of years. Only gradually did things
    • human beings gradually transform themselves since, as a matter of
    • was lived in vessels, in which humanity gradually accustomed itself
    • but in a finer state. It was only gradually that it condensed to its
    • gradually proceeded. At the end of the Moon period certain watery
    • accordingly and gradually all beings became denser and firmer.
    • Gradually, man developed into a being of flesh — at first on
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    • in any way concealed, stands as a duality. Thereby we acquire ground
    • a duality. There could never be a world filled with manifest light
    • as shadow-picture. The duality of good and evil is a necessity in the
    • manifest world. There are infinitely many dualities. They fit all
    • duality in life about which men might well reflect. Yesterday, we
    • he identifies himself with his body. Only gradually, through
    • death, so long was the world unrevealed to him because duality
    • out dualities at every step in life. In physics you find positive and
    • repulsion. Everything appears in duality. Two, duality, is the number
    • way, behind every duality a unity is hidden. Therefore, three
    • duality, sees it only in its revelation. Whoever claims that this
    • duality is all is always in the wrong. Let us make this clear to
    • is an evolution. Everywhere in life this duality alternates but
    • pedantic thoughts about it, but we must look for the duality and
    • to the duality all you want (2+x), because you have to subtract
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    • being with nature. He said that the individual beings in nature are
    • hear a description of the men of that time. Only gradually was the
    • say that the man, as an individual, has within him what cannot be
    • found in the single animal. The man has an individual soul, the
    • animal a group soul. The individual human being is, in himself, a
    • In earlier times, men also had group souls. Only gradually
    • Because a duality is
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    • so intrinsically internal, that it could only gradually flow again
    • gradually into humanity from most elementary beginnings. Its messages
    • all understood; they only attained very gradually to further
    • of Dzyan will only be gradually understood in all its depth. It may
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    • change gradually into the condition of fire — according to
  • Title: Spiritual Hierarchies: Lecture 3
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    • which they lived, gradually changed. If we look back at ancient
    • Saturn evolution is that it gradually passed from this inner warmth,
    • from outside. The inner warmth would have gradually changed to warmth
    • comfortably warm, then gradually they felt this warmth being
    • gradually on Saturn: inner warmth, and along side of it outer warmth
    • eggs of warmth which had emerged again gradually, and differentiated
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    • gradually preparing himself to let his Ego act upon his astral and
    • etheric bodies and his physical body. Through this he will gradually
    • grows gradually in cosmic, universal giving; from taking he grows to
    • shall gradually be able to rise to the comprehension of other
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    • through all this, they are gradually maturing towards re-union with
    • gradually split off. At first there are rings. These then contract.
    • of the ancient Worlds. You see that we are gradually approaching the
  • Title: Spiritual Hierarchies: Lecture 6
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    • individuality, continues from incarnation to incarnation. But you
    • the progress of the individual from one incarnation to the other? We
    • being one stage higher, can lead the individuality over from one
    • for each single individuality from one incarnation to another.
    • separate men, with the single individual, but have a wider task; they
    • itself is regulated by the Angels as regards the individual men, by
    • Archangels as regards the relation between individuals and the large
    • From that region they guide the life of each single Individual as it
    • the earth, only gradually struggles through to the knowledge he
    • individualities of ancient times as they walked the earth with their
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    • translated into their bodies, these selected individuals acted
    • their individual etheric bodies the substance of the seven preserved
    • is a generic name for human individualities in whom the Spirits of
    • Individualities to whom we look back into former times can only be
    • individualities of the higher Hierarchies. And sometimes it is not
    • trying to comprehend the origin of each individual planet, which up
  • Title: Spiritual Hierarchies: Lecture 8
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    • it all, you will gradually see how all the separate facts combine to
    • they are all individualised, so that one indicates different Beings
    • constituted, but this can only be explained gradually. A thick veil
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    • first Saturn condition, is revolving, the following is gradually
    • gradually was this physical body organised during the ancient Saturn
    • sagas, out of whom single individuals of the earth are composed in
    • the deepest cosmic mysteries, and which in the future will gradually
    • reason that such individualities as Hermes, for instance, had to take
    • gradually developed in his etheric body, and when this Life-Spirit or
    • pass them on to others. You now see, that there are individualities
    • out into the future, for the sake of future individualities, who
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    • time; it gradually turns into a mound of earth. We get an adequate
    • The evolution of the individual is naturally the thing to be first
    • slowly and gradually, throughout his development, is theirs from the
    • produced, evil gradually arose.
    • incarnated into special individuals and guided men. And this
    • Now at a special time, an individual arose who was chosen to receive
    • in all the powers of this individuals Ego.
    • this, a Sun-Being entered into an earthly individuality. Because the
    • was the circle enclosed (a) in that astral body. The Ego gradually
    • men, gradually release the Luciferic powers; and a time will come,
  • Title: The East in the Light of the West: Lecture II
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    • centuries has gradually evolved from this Christ impulse in the form
    • through which the spiritual world could gradually reveal itself, be
    • grown strong enough in our inner being, we may gradually experience
    • exists within the first, gradually becomes capable of really leaving
    • which then surrounds him. This darkness increases gradually, reaches
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    • individual, corresponding to his more or less permanent type of
    • Gradually it came about that the higher world withdrew from human
    • centuries and millennia there is slow and gradual development; but
    • would gradually have become a planetary body from which the men would
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    • for the most part, intended to designate individualities, but offices
    • those individuals who looked at things in the concrete and not in the
    • the quaternary refers to the gradual transformation of these three
    • that, very slowly and gradually, the Earth began to wear an
    • individualities at very different stages of evolution. But men in
    • individuality. If we go back to a time when men brought down into the
    • them as entities, as individualities, and the mightiest of them is
    • rather like learning something important from another individual at a
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    • purpose of human evolution implies that men are gradually to rise up
    • greater perfection, and so the individual souls passing from one
    • process of individual perfecting. This was the path which people of
    • production of a human individuality, so perfect, so full of spirit,
    • for the successors of a great Individuality to retain his name
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    • Luciferic principle, and of the gradual approach to earth, on the
    • incarnations of a certain individuality, had been so purified that
    • decreased; he gradually lost his original dim clairvoyance. But let
    • which we call the world of the lower gods gradually withdrew from
    • becomes an inner mystical god, Whom man will gradually be able to
    • to the mystical Christ. The outer god has gradually become an inner
    • this, and they will gradually carry out into the world what they have
    • the spiritual faculties that mature in the spirit of individual men
    • gradually permeated by the spiritual substance of the Christ, is
    • becomes gradually more capable of again beholding the other being,
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    • experience had always been possible; individuals such as Meister
    • consist in the gradual emergence of the etheric body from the
    • cognition.’ Understanding of Christ therefore had gradually to
    • body gradually became exhausted. That which he had brought with him
    • gradually used up. In order that the etheric body might slip into the
    • another individual's feelings he awakened in his soul just such an
    • gradually the physical part came to be all that was perceptible. Man
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    • to continue their own quite individual evolutionary course. They
    • that individuality who once in the mystery places of Egypt raised the
    • as his helpers, each helper being a single individuality. Even as in
    • inspired by the high individuality who guided the peoples of old
    • this high individuality, of Manu. And what did Manu communicate to
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    • time and space. Now this profound mystery can, gradually, be
    • way in the study of the Karma of an individual by trying to look at
    • Hence those lofty individualities who were the leaders of mankind in
    • fundamentally individual characteristics whom we call the Holy
    • individual relation to each other. But the Christ as the Spirit of
    • individuals looked who wished to receive and could receive the
    • lived in the members of other human individuals; and because the
    • Zarathustra streamed into the members of other individualities, for
    • in this sense — call other individualities who also are great
    • individuality who at the same time received the in-pouring of the
    • Bodhisattva entered this human individuality, we must not take the
    • Preparation had to be made for a gradual revival of the all-embracing
    • ancient wisdom during the ages to come and for placing it gradually
    • third individuality destined to greatness of whom we have spoken in
    • Zarathustra. The three great spiritual Beings and individualities
    • is a fourth individuality named in history behind whom for those who
    • individuality still higher and more powerful than Skythianos, than
    • Buddha or than Zarathustra. This individuality is Manes, and those
    • always been connected with the individualities of Skythianos, of
    • teachings of the initiates gradually flow into humanity. The
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    • It does not seem unjustifiable, given a gradually
    • gradually did these organs assume their present form, one being
    • individual phenomena. Anthropology remains on the ground, takes its
    • individual cells in their juxtaposition. Everything is mechanically
    • lined up and the cells are studied individually, but this does not
    • must start at the lowest step, gradually ascending to the highest.
    • will ascend to the study of the individual spiritual regions in man's
    • the individual. What speaks to the senses is not subject to the
    • mental activity of the individual. The perception of the meaning of a
    • the individual sense, and they cannot even explain the difference
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    • feel each one individually, but if we wish this feeling to become
    • folk individualities, the Folk Spirits.
    • the Folk Spirit infuses into the individual organism in connection
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    • Spirits of the various folk individualities. This thought has found
    • the vertical in man, the group ego became an individual ego.
    • the group soul rise to become the individual soul. It would be
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    • of individual anthroposophy into the realm of the anthroposophy that
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    • this conflict, to this dual nature of soul life.
    • means of more clairvoyant observation has gradually been forgotten
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    • lacking. He must not forfeit his individuality through the constant
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    • individual human being, it passes over into the spiritual world. It
    • and then has that which was created by God for the individual live on
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: II. Truth and Error in the Light of the Spiritual World.
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    • individual being before combining with the elements of body and soul,
    • its individual existence, detached from the world spirit; and after
    • Thus the individual soul being commences in conjunction with the
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    • but within the soul they could not bear so individual a character as
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    • assumed by the human individuality, the human spirit — an
    • individual attributes. Perception of the correct relative sizes, the
    • through naturally. Then he will gradually notice something like a
    • tend to consider their individuality so important, the individuality
    • what must be cleared away if he is to see his own individuality in
    • way gradually arrive at what may be called inspirational cognition of
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    • that no longer did a single individual human soul live within him, but
    • the bearer of an individual soul, but experiences something of the
    • is to-day, decisions are arrived at by individuals who amid
    • Individuality Who is to the Christian a guarantee and an assurance
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    • black earth-disc, a violet-reddish orb gradually became visible, on
    • This was portrayed to them in the picture of the Light gradually
    • individuality, but extended over a whole tribal stock. For this reason
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    • North had entered into an age when individual intelligence began to
    • singular, individual. It occurred as a single, unique event, and we
    • of earth — that can be understood only very gradually. The message is
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    • certain exceptional individuals. These individuals might well have
    • like a dream. And there might also well have been individuals who had
    • belonged —) individual pupils in the Mysteries were initiated into a
    • children to-day was taught in the Mysteries to individuals specially
    • presented in the Christmas Plays of earlier centuries, is gradually
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    • single individual a grave was created for Manas — for the dismembered
    • this. Jesus of Nazareth is a very highly developed individuality. In
    • and then only gradually, for the human body to receive into itself the
    • necessary for an advanced individuality to sacrifice his own ‘ I ’
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    • Christian thought and Christian feeling were gradually beginning to
    • this wisdom was gradually lost. It faded away little by little as the
    • Conqueror of Death, has gradually been lost and modern theology
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    • individuals. What has publicly befallen vast masses of people and the
    • named the First. What inwardly befalls individuals, belongs to the
    • related individually to the Christ. Folk-history, as it may be called,
    • and individual: then it may cross the Threshold leading to the
    • periods of Christendom but then gradually waned and faded away. I will
    • Atlantean epoch the earth has been gradually becoming a corpse devoid
    • spectators of the gradual dying of our earthly globe.
    • there are individuals — in greater and greater numbers — who resolve
    • Festival will one day be celebrated in every individual soul. It is
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    • form of pure thought. Suppose some individuality 2,500 years ago had
    • only be necessary for an individuality to resolve to incarnate in a
    • period; it must gradually form the physical organisation of man into
    • quite different. To judge of such an individual by his outer aspect
    • individuality, who, as far as he himself was concerned, had no longer
    • different Being altogether. He was an individual of such a nature that
    • individuality used the brain, for instance. For even if he was able to
    • individuality they towered far above the stature of their human
    • sense of ‘I have a mind to do’ a thing.) began gradually to
    • onwards — that one of these great Individualities would have
    • Individuality, this one incarnation was sufficient for him to see all
    • capacities gradually, throughout the fourth, fifth, sixth, and seventh
    • of age, his individuality fully entered the son of Suddhodana; not
    • fully developed, man will, by its means, gradually become sufficiently
    • into the organisation of man. He, as a single individual, could not,
    • individuality was given the task of carrying down what is gradually
    • this Individuality had the task of laying the germ of certain
    • great Teacher-Individuality was able so to stimulate the sentient-soul
    • this Individuality had to work in a very special way. He had to give
    • others. A higher Individuality had come down and was like the radiance
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    • who put forth these theories. We are not attacking individual
    • But those who have the right understanding of things will gradually
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    • contained the individuality of Zarathustra or Zoroaster. We have seen
    • Lemurian epoch and the Mystery of Golgotha. Slowly and gradually,
    • physical body. All this must go on slowly and gradually; but it is
    • greater good-health; and when we have gradually learnt to understand
    • knowledge, but even that only came about slowly and gradually. Man did
    • driven slowly into matter and he thus gradually lost the consciousness
    • slowly and gradually. Even then the doors of the spiritual world were
    • arise within gradually to clear away the auction from the etheric
    • age. Slowly and gradually these are being prepared. These faculties
    • will develop so far that single individuals will be here who will
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    • had gradually receded and that the capacities and knowledge of man had
    • gradually learn how the qualities needed for the body of Jesus were
    • further propagated for a distinct purpose. Now an individual human
    • smallest details, if gradually, year after year, one collects all that
    • will gradually develop as Spirit-Self; they will thus in a new sense
    • 1930, single individuals will find it possible to develop higher
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    • find ourselves confronted by opposites, by two parts of a duality. The
    • dualities of any sort, reunite. This takes place without cessation;
    • unities are always separating into dualities for the purpose of
    • furthering evolution, while dualities unite again, and once more form
    • of unity into a duality, and of the streaming back of the two into
    • will once more become one, that the duality will again become a unity,
    • a unity will come forth from a duality. That is the external
    • there is a certain polarity, a duality in the Cosmos, which
    • corresponds to another duality in man. We can point to a duality in
    • the universe and to a duality in man, as two opposites, existing in
    • into a duality, so will they some day be re-united; and the polarity
    • present human forms — male and female — have gradually
    • Woman? This cause came about because, when the unity became a duality,
    • develop in a few single individuals, as a natural capacity. In order
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    • Spiritual world. He must gradually learn to become acquainted with
    • voice of God in each individual man or woman, warning them of good or
    • repeatedly emphasised that only gradually has the soul developed to
    • gradually came into being during the last five hundred years before
    • which it absorbed this Impulse, and then gradually passed into our
    • see a gradual preparation of everything which subsequently rose to the
    • in that Epoch, so as to be able now, gradually to bring to a higher
    • going through successive incarnations, namely, that we may gradually
    • that: our souls have gradually evolved through Egyptian-Chaldean, the
    • or Spiritual-Soul, the ego gradually develops, crystallising itself
    • degree of culture, were able to emphasise their individual ego; they
    • could both look upon and feel themselves as men, as human individuals.
    • individual feeling of self, was not adapted to produce one single
    • did not so much feel himself to be a separate individual as an
    • on his own ground as an individual person. In Greece we still find the
    • Individualities of humanity. Let us keep before our minds the fact to
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    • must see that the human soul is gradually breaking away more and more
    • individual manhood; they even celebrated His suffering, death and
    • an individual man having really passed through suffering, death and
    • the higher regions, but a God who became individual man.’ Now I
    • certainly have been an individual man, but although I preach Him, I
    • wear the same uniform. It will not be the uniform but the individual
    • uniform we meet with in the legends, but to the individualities who
    • wore it. It is true that individualities, in order that men might
    • individuals, but in the living spirit; who do not merely talk about H.
    • for it does not concern itself with what benefits the individual alone
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    • now. This condition gradually changes as after death we develop the
    • the course of time, is also gradually altered. It changes in such a
    • recognizing the divine in a human individuality, namely, the Christ,
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    • Gradually the soul finds it more and more difficult to retain the
    • the earth is completely diverted. We live with those individuals who
    • world. Then gradually during the cosmic existence they are removed.
    • of death we gradually free ourselves from earthly conditions, but
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    • does knowledge of the ‘I’ gradually awaken in the child?”
    • spiritual world, investigation always has to be gradual — ”bit
    • A difference becomes apparent when different individuals are
    • them individually. What we are looking for is the unity that is
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    • ether bodies and radically transform the individual concerned. That
    • from hurrying to and fro. How glad every individual feels that he
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    • elapsed after death, Imaginative vision gradually perceives that this
    • during earthly life. In the Venus sphere individuals are separated
    • higher hierarchies. But this power gradually vanishes, becomes dimmer
    • connection with individual cases. I say, expressly, in individual
    • soul between the individual and the cosmic life.
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    • Gradually he is weaned from them precisely because they cannot be
    • individuality of man in the narrowest sense, to that part of the
    • is reunited with those individuals to whom he was closely connected
    • in the man who gradually unfolds an understanding in his heart for
    • What will happen when we gradually unfold such feelings, when human
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    • individuals with whom he was connected. In both these spheres it is
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    • contact only with the individuals one has known on earth. One might
    • such events among the possibilities. Does the individual know how
    • united himself with the earth, every individual who has united himself
    • dead. We shall gradually penetrate further into the nature of man's
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    • The seer who is able to look into the spiritual worlds also gradually
    • This realm gradually has been lost but the loss has to be replaced
    • our individual capabilities. The seer finds, for instance, that there
    • individual who has become the servant of an evil spirit of disease
    • Thus we see how individual souls are connected with the spiritual
    • lest we gradually be obliterated from the world. A person could
    • spiritual life will find themselves on their own individual islands,
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    • gradually develop an understanding for the dead, let us consider the
    • dead has spoken to his soul. Gradually he will realize from whom the
    • death gradually fulfills itself. In reality we slowly die from birth
    • predispositions needed by that individuality. This is not an easy
    • There is yet another aspect, namely, that gradually the soul develops
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    • miss the opportunity to meet certain individuals on earth who were
    • of people met this individuality on earth during that time, and also
    • individuals to meet others in spiritual realms with whom they have not
    • Spiritual science aims gradually to become a life elixir. Man then
    • will gradually become the common heritage of the whole of humanity.
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    • during the first stages after death, an individual looks back in
    • from a cosmic aspect on a previous occasion. He gradually enters a
    • individuality that he has brought over from previous earth lives.
    • stream only corresponds to the individuality inasmuch as we are
    • hierarchies that he needs in order to adapt to his individuality what
    • existence. Thus an individual may cross the gate of death again with
    • In the existence following the life when the individual was of
    • of many people we meet, especially in our time. These individuals
    • trace the path of such individuals precisely because selfish
    • person is a hypochondriac, a pathologically melancholy individual,
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    • kamaloca is over. When an individual enters upon his devachanic
    • individual when he again enters existence through birth. We can
    • Moon sphere, but only later. Anything that affects us as individuals,
    • adjust matters that are not just left to his own individual
    • battling with each other. As an individual was passing through the
    • seership. The teachers in that school were not only individualities
    • more highly developed men to receive instruction from individualities
    • the savior of Mars. He was the individuality whose mission it was to
    • crucifixion inasmuch as this wonderful individuality, who in keeping
    • to gradually inaugurate the process of Mars' ascending
    • as that of Francis of Assisi will gradually become less and less
    • work in conjunction. This is the time when the individual in question
    • When an individual comes into existence through birth he must bear
    • record there is of significance for the individual's own
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    • can understand the language he has spoken on earth. This gradually
    • one knows that Christ died for the whole of humanity. Only gradually
    • recognize Him. Why? In the Sun period we have gradually entered a
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    • particular relationships obtain. We still find individual
    • macrocosmos after death, we see that the immoral individuals are in
    • fact lonely while the moral individuals find a rapport with other of
    • Christianity only if we look upon each individual as a Christian in
    • individual harbors Christ in his soul, what he has gained by dint of
    • the incarnation of the particular individual. In Luther's case
    • conception the individual receives the forces that cooperate in the
    • shape of the head is individual, and the shape of the brain is
    • The individuality that is to be born at a particular time and place
    • together with Lucifer had decreed that that particular individuality
    • brain to its general structure. Such an individuality did not find
    • Recently I came to know an individuality who died an early death. My
    • evolved individuality able to guide one to things that can be
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    • of the Moon. The soul-spirit gradually grows right up to the Mercury
    • with another individual if we have a spiritual connection with him.
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    • history running quite differently. But you do not see the individual
    • prepared to admit only ideas or concepts of individual things —
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    • and specific concepts of individual triangles? How is it that people
    • there is to-day a quite special pretension which could gradually
    • Divine Persons existed only individually, the “Father”
    • general concept “Pussy”, and a large number of individual
    • which is only a summary of names that must rank as individual names,
    • from two into three. Only the individual numbers exist, not “number”
    • this himself! — that in the individual sciences there is only so much
    • to the knowledge that individual world-outlooks each have one special
    • is inconceivable unless these beings are individual beings. That is,
    • And he gradually becomes able to form for himself an idea of the
    • himself the individual spiritual beings in concrete terms, as the
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    • unfortunate that individual minds, individual personalities, always
    • characteristics of these pictures into connection with the individual
    • the individual signs of the Zodiac and the Earth there really is a
    • Cosmos from the different planets varies according as the individual
    • is a precondition for investigating individual substances in respect
    • individual zodiacal signs are actually present between these shades
    • his world-picture. When, in the same way, the individual
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    • mysteries of human individuality. We learn to understand — if I
    • of the higher Hierarchies roam over the single individualities among
    • men, and that individuals are to them what the individual letters of
    • will be a blessing when there are individual souls who wish for clear
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    • history running quite differently. But you do not see the individual
    • prepared to admit only ideas or concepts of individual things —
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    • and specific concepts of individual triangles? How is it that people
    • there is to-day a quite special pretension which could gradually
    • Divine Persons existed only individually, the “Father”
    • general concept “Pussy”, and a large number of individual
    • which is only a summary of names that must rank as individual names,
    • from two into three. Only the individual numbers exist, not “number”
    • this himself! — that in the individual sciences there is only so much
    • to the knowledge that individual world-outlooks each have one special
    • is inconceivable unless these beings are individual beings. That is,
    • And he gradually becomes able to form for himself an idea of the
    • himself the individual spiritual beings in concrete terms, as the
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    • unfortunate that individual minds, individual personalities, always
    • characteristics of these pictures into connection with the individual
    • the individual signs of the Zodiac and the Earth there really is a
    • Cosmos from the different planets varies according as the individual
    • is a precondition for investigating individual substances in respect
    • individual zodiacal signs are actually present between these shades
    • his world-picture. When, in the same way, the individual
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    • mysteries of human individuality. We learn to understand — if I
    • of the higher Hierarchies roam over the single individualities among
    • men, and that individuals are to them what the individual letters of
    • will be a blessing when there are individual souls who wish for clear
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    • nature and individuality, much that is said today will be applicable
    • we look into the way in which the development of the individual
    • imaginative force, gradually disappears.
    • its sheaths just as they were formed. In this way the individual life
    • possibility for individual life arises through the consuming of
    • foundations. The root of individual life is death, and were there
    • no death there could not be any conscious individual life. We
    • Then will the relation of individual forces and substances give us a
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    • individual human lives.
    • Can we find anything of the sort in individual lives, and when can we
    • should have to apply the idea of karma primarily to the individual
    • determine in which of these ways the child with his individual talents
    • If I wish to develop the child according to his individual talents, I
    • to these causes and effects in individual lives which run their course
    • their turn react upon him. Thus karma is fulfilled in individual
    • individual. How the idea now brought forward is to be further proved
    • Thus we see that we must be taught not entirely by our own individual
    • individual life itself, but are the effects of causes perceived in
    • ‘individuality,’ and this consciousness, which is being
    • will call the ‘individual consciousness.’ Thus we see karma
    • operative in relation to the individual human being.
    • pointed out. We shall find in his individual and personal karma the
    • be sought for only in his personal and individual karma; and is the
    • action only to be considered as an effect for the individuality
    • and this will show itself in the development of his individuality in
    • see that not only in individual lives, but in the whole of humanity,
    • individual will intersect the laws which we may call ‘karmic laws
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    • they do not present such a complete individuality as the Ego of man,
    • resembling that human individuality which is preserved when a person
    • describe as the fate of the human individuality after a person has
    • kingdom. And if we were to believe that in an individual animal which
    • its birth and death, that the several phenomena in the individual life
    • begin with we should show by individual examples the essential
    • external shrine whether an Ego individuality is able to be active in
    • organisation were not suited to the Ego-individuality. Everything
    • vehicle of an Ego-individuality. It was the Earth evolution of man
    • of the individuality which goes on from incarnation to incarnation.
    • extent of becoming an individuality; and in conjunction with this the
    • During the whole of this process the human individuality was still not
    • which had previously soared away, and these souls gradually — up
    • to be refined and to become the vehicles of human individuality there
    • incapable of being the vehicles of human individuality.
    • that they could take in human individualities, certainly were also
    • were to become the vehicles of human individualities could not
    • the whole developed far enough to set to work in an individuality, but
    • the conquest of pain, for they have no individuality. The animals are
    • individuality which compensates karmically for what the animals have
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    • Through purely individual motives he comes into touch with the outer
    • individuality from a previous earth life. Only the common astral body
    • individual life for good or evil, truth and falsehood, the astral body
    • of disease which flow into him out of the individual life. In the
    • connected with any moral, intellectual or individual qualities, but
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    • gradually gained ground that forms of disease could be strictly
    • into the human individuality. During the period in kamaloca the events
    • part of the human-soul individuality, and during the passage through
    • three bodies. Strange as it may sound, the individualities who have
    • real individuality of man who became more subject to what we may call
    • and man yielded to them. The individuality which was given by the Ego
    • world; he would gradually have been obliged to resign the prospect of
    • perception. Thus in the human individuality which goes through
    • continually fighting in the human individuality which has become their
    • individuality acts in opposition to the luciferic powers and wages a
    • Such an individual seeks for death so as to use further, between death
    • individuality to use its own powers, and the medical assistance only
    • supports him in this. It does not work into the human individuality.
    • another world. We should then interfere with his individuality, and
    • will upon the other and we must leave this to the other individual
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    • will by way of self-education lead him gradually to a stronger
    • described: In a preceding life the individuality in question disliked
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    • a previous life brought in by the individual at birth can provoke such
    • — all those individuals who in consequence of their former
    • may gradually become comprehensible. So let us now add some more
    • swimming without individuality and without direction in the sea of
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    • development of man and of his individuality unless it be brought forth
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    • come about through human agency and that these individual agents have
    • or lengthened, so that the individuality concerned may appear at a
    • occur because this individuality has been chosen to bring to mankind
    • At our meetings we have already pointed out an individuality who
    • the strange interlacing of individual human karma and the general
    • individual again sees himself caught up into the general karma of
    • individuality lived earlier in an Egyptian body, and was in that
    • individuality there perceived, was expressed in the great spiritual
    • of materialistic aims, the same individuality expressed these facts in
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    • reaction upon the individual souls. In some way it comes home.
    • gradually destroys our human body. That which flows in destroys the
    • will gradually be replaced. Thus we may compare the generic soul to
    • karmic result of birth in human life. If we try gradually to
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    • into individual substances. Now the methods of modern science cannot
    • gradually rejected in the course of evolution — that is, the
    • old Egypt and old Greece, was gradually added to the treasure of
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    • INDIVIDUAL AND HUMAN KARMA. KARMA OF THE HIGHER BEINGS.
    • with what we call ‘Individual karma?’ We have already
    • something only to be written in the book of fate of individual men, who
    • individuals — from the leaders down to the separate individuals
    • individual? We should find it impossible so to do. For could we
    • each separate human individual simply lives out his own karma? This is
    • of separate individuals.
    • Miltiades or Leonidas had this or that individual karma?’ We must
    • consider this individual karma as something which must be determined
    • that in which karmic events in individual human lives are connected
    • such a plan of the whole evolution of mankind bear to the individual
    • countless individuals, of wishes and enthusiasms fostering the impulse
    • of this culture. Think how the individuals were united in the one
    • civilisation imposed on single individuals experiences through which a
    • merely the individual currents. Many things occur for the sake of this
    • has been human individual karma, two powers or beings are at work whom
    • attained its goal, those experiences which were gradually embodied in
    • bear fruit for every separate individual, quite regardless of what
    • way, with the full strength of the human individuality, without the
    • merging of the individuality into some nebulous pantheistic unity, but
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    • of Scene Four. Indeed, one has to have felt that the individual self
    • this scene so that in a quite different, individual manner, when the
    • form when the death of Strader gradually plays into the events
    • gradually dawn upon souls, for instance, as we see it dawn upon
    • the soul gradually prepare itself. You will find this, carefully
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    • being. In spiritual love a personal, individual element — we
    • body-individualities (as well as he can) the false illusory pictures
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    • nothing in the nature and individuality of a person, for everything
    • hold his own and assert his individual character, but this is
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    • civilizations and individuals.
    • he met first his good friend Felix, whom he had gradually grown fond
    • Felix built up for Capesius, who gradually was overcome by a peculiar
    • that gradually the people of the fortress were held in a dream. The
    • thoughts, and thus there will come to every individual thinker the
    • thought grasped by an individual human being is always permeated to a
    • too, he understood that in the human activity of individual thought
    • to describe it as something that lives in the individual human being.
    • gradually disperse are fixed and preserved for all time — and
    • individuals, on the other, the written works that belong to Ahriman —
    • individual and unfolds itself in the fellowship of others. The spoken
    • loneliness of thought. An individual does not speak a language of his
    • folk dialects, which have nothing to do with writing, gradually
    • gradually begins to search everywhere in the world, at every point
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    • thought-substance they are more alive, more individual, more real
    • the physical plane. We can gradually find our way in this world where
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    • Every soul has its own individual spiritual path.
    • showing how the individual ascent takes place, as, for example, in
    • thought becomes an individual living thought-being and begins to lead
    • gradually frees himself from his subjective state and enters the
    • are detached that are readily felt by every soul gradually developing
    • work our way very gradually to an exact beholding of higher worlds
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    • second-rate movements and individuals to our own movement.
    • just described gradually adapts itself to the soul world. In the
    • our own astral body. We see this astral body of ours gradually go
    • becomes less and less distinct. We watch it gradually drifting away
    • after death; their astrality, dispersing gradually as a sphere,
    • or less hinted at, but gradually, from Scene Three onwards, we see
    • streaming into and awakening every individual who is taken hold of by
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    • them, out of the physical and etheric bodies, they begin gradually to
    • life. For this shows us that when we consider the individual human
    • individuality which goes on from life to life. Orientals say that
    • have sprung from men, but who have gradually evolved to a height
    • fully agrees with Buddhism in regarding the individual who goes
    • Avatars, who are higher spiritual individualities.” You see,
    • the individual element, the “individuality” has now to be
    • must reconquer the individual element, but strengthened, vivified, by
    • individual as Divinity, for he could not make clear to the people of
    • already pointing to the individual human soul. We see a forward leap
    • but he gradually approached towards materialism; the vision of the
    • individuality lived in Elijah, in John the Baptist and in Raphael.
    • the painter becomes the vehicle for the individuality which lived in
    • notice the individual element in every child, but such experiences
    • teaches us that we have here to do with the same individuality as is
    • once again it is the individual to which our attention is directed.
    • of the individuality. Thus we see how important it is that the East
    • directed its attention to the individuality, to the Bodhisattvas, who
    • personality, in order, later on, to grasp what the individuality is.
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    • to whom we look up as Divine Beings gradually bring man to the stage
    • universe, might in the course of evolution gradually be trained to
    • gradually solved, and which show us how the inner is connected with
    • consider it rightly. The gods present the world to us as a duality:
    • individual consciousness becomes filled with what in the beginning
    • through the perpetual adjustment of individuals.
    • from the spiritual world and gradually descended into the physical
    • to participate in the cosmic mysteries just as the individual man has
    • suppress these and also gradually to transform them is a fruitful
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    • The Romans gradually built a mighty empire and we see how the seven
    • this is taking place on Roman soil, Roman rule gradually spreads until
    • worked powerfully on Rome, but the Romans gradually strengthened their
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    • succeeded, these souls would gradually have forsaken the earth. The
    • individuality. Every people and human being would comprise merely some
    • Gradually, the consciousness soul and its culture will achieve this
    • 1413 A.D., should be used for the gradual unfoldment of the forces I
    • have named, that is, free imaginations and the gradual development of
    • set.” Study the reaction of Europe to the gradual discovery and
    • and gradual evolution, working slowly and gradually. He was anything
    • which individual human beings are situated in the world process. The
    • Owing to the national impulse, a gradual change came about in the
    • gradually take form among the various impulses that make themselves
    • Strauss does not see Jesus in the single individual, but rather the
    • individuals around Him as well as by Himself. Then we have in
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    • gradually create and form for yourselves in meditation. It would not
    • the discovery of America, quite special conditions had gradually been
    • were a great number of individuals who had been initiated into certain
    • This spirit had gradually assumed an ahrimanic character because he
    • been gradually equipped with a lofty earthly and super-earthly
    • not, as a single human individual, to become so powerful through
    • consciousness did not gradually enter, these forces would become
    • to lose oneself gradually in mankind and so come to see each person in
    • feeling the need to understand the individual character of those
    • others. Entering with love into the individualities of other people,
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    • individual forms of the actuating spiritual powers that stand behind
    • The progress of human evolution is just as organic as individual human
    • individual in accord with his age, it is also the same with humanity.
    • existence in their time. The individual human would not be perfected
    • if he did not gradually evolve faculties suited to each period of
    • gradually emerge. That these faculties develop, that mankind gradually
    • from the middle of the nineteenth century on for the gradual
    • the last three or four centuries. Those individuals, however, who know
    • what is necessary for humanity have gradually become fewer during this
    • by the senses. The solution is to be found by thinking of individual
    • loosened remnants that were gradually disintegrating in earthly
    • human soul life could gradually only be directed to what is dead. To
    • safeguarded somewhere, and there are individuals in every age who are
    • gradually that which can even work in a sufficiently penetrating way
    • preparation. These individuals were prepared in a way that would not
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    • gradually have become weary of the earth, would lose their inclination
    • were, where certain mystery cults were gradually established during
    • to fall under its sway, and gradually to take leave of the earth
    • effective. The earth would gradually have become desolate, having upon
    • of the fifth post-Atlantean epoch, would gradually have become so
    • a physical body. In Vitzliputzli the spiritual individuality lived
    • a certain view of life gradually unfolds. The problem of natural urges
    • impulse. The Greeks, as represented by their greatest individuals,
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    • they might acquire belonged to no one individual but to the Order
    • at strengthening the soul life as individual and personal with the
    • fourteenth century, when the Templar Order — not the individual
    • a tool completely in the hands of Philip. Gradually, under the working
    • culture. Gradually the Knights spread out in highly influential
    • however, will only be able to enter slowly and gradually into human
    • gradually enter the spiritual world. The movement of his right arm
    • concerning the cosmos and earthly evolution gradually broke through
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    • individualistic nature since the old customs, ceremonies and rituals
    • outstanding individuals who appeared in the years following the time
    • any particular consequences for the individual if he be religiously
    • mood toward the Mystery of Golgotha changed gradually into a kind of
    • individual, personal, if in a definite epoch it were torn out of this
    • individual man must sleep in the course of twenty-four hours.
    • understand how humanity must gradually prepare a different karma for
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    • he is no longer adapted to the sensible body. He gradually feels
    • or another each individual has a part in this spiritual life: One,
    • gradually lost. And that which for the Greeks still had much meaning,
    • individual is so dovetailed into it that he is only a representative
    • individuals. I can only maintain, and I hope that it will be brought
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    • “Freedom for individual nations, even for the smallest
    • human individuals, separate men. This lie is nothing else than the
    • endeavour to permeate each individual nation not with the new force of
    • idea of Duality in the Universe, upon the opposition of good and evil,
    • times that World-Evolution should be represented as a Duality, whereas
    • Only when men are once more able to recognize this Dualism — the
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    • Our corpse, in so far as we are human individuals and enter the world
    • of the activity of Will, not in single individuals, but of the various
    • over, was ebbing away, there flowed in gradually, that which was
    • Nothing else, except that the conception of the Gospels has gradually
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    • that life with which our own individual existence is connected, is
    • as in ordinary daily life, the dreams of an individual dimly emerge
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    • live according to his individual capacities and needs; a social order
    • must be evolved where the individual capacities of each man can be
    • manifestations from out of man's inner being as the individual grows
    • as individual capacities and forces. If we close our eyes to what is
    • humanity today, concerning individual capacities and forces in human
    • excluding everything beneficial to the individual human being, and man
    • self-determination of the individual.” In other articles, too,
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    • case of one individual these exercises may have to be carried on for
    • (varying, as we have seen, according to the individual) there will come
    • consciousness, but as the whole individual life laid out before us in
    • earliest childhood, and were gradually taking possession of the whole
    • character, and of how one individual will develop in quite a different
    • soul, this spiritual reality of being which is in all the individual
    • pick out isolated episodes during the day, but gradually the power is
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    • upon the continuous and full control of the individuality and
    • more recent times of human evolution. It began, gradually, some three
    • century after Christianity that gradually developed in humanity dead
    • humanity would have had to experience gradually more and more but for
    • knew instinctively of the spiritual world there arose individuals who
    • our time individuals become scientists and learned men. In that time
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    • gradually partly faded, partly suffered through misconception: I refer
    • gradually developed upward to the point where it experiences spirit.
    • evolve, leaving the sun in the middle. On one of the planets gradually
    • the world view has gradually become what it is for mankind in general.
    • But gradually the Gemüt lost its power of vision, and the
    • wages the real battle through which man can gradually become free; for
    • becoming gradually sub-human. The condition was such that Michael
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    • expand in their being because their free individuality can pour itself
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    • about gradually. Today there are no longer such men as were still to
    • time when primordial wisdom held sway on earth: they gradually became
    • a sediment. — Reflections of this sort will gradually evoke a
    • individual planet tells us provides the vowels of the world-script;
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    • gradually acquired the sensitive feeling for nature just described
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    • gradually see the dawn in a new way; you may have a new feeling on
    • seeing a sunrise. Gradually, along this path you will come to
    • may gradually bring yourself into a condition in which you feel when
    • spiritual Beings he gradually comes to recognize the features of that
    • pass over gradually from the memory-experience to the experience of
    • gesture; then everything which is experienced as colour gradually
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    • with the physical bodily nature which man as an individual being
    • of it is robust, and gradually on the passage between death and
    • all the individual organs of the body. So the body in a sense
    • still resembles his earthly shape, gradually to insert themselves
    • wish gradually to permeate this spirit-form in as many such beings as
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    • his material part he gradually throws off. After seven or eight years
    • Therefore only after the change of teeth do we gradually become ripe
    • human individuals, are only born at the change of teeth. For this
    • stream which flows from east to west; because gradually you feel more
    • gradually be able to speak of a winter-will and a summer-will.
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    • indeed independent and individual as a psychic and spiritual being;
    • the earth can inwardly perceive it. Gradually one acquires the
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    • and so on were gradually differentiated. They were not there in such
    • which then permeated the whole atmosphere and were gradually
    • in and then gradually hardening. Silica had a wax-like consistency at
    • is that it works in such a way that the kernel of the earth gradually
    • gradually dissolved, the mass which, as we have seen, formed itself
    • carries it down nearer to the earth, and from this gradually arise
    • Through much else that happened everything gradually
    • sulphurous. Oxygen gradually gained the upper hand over the sulphur,
    • Gradually the later plant-forms developed. These had a
    • forms which were really animals, forms which gradually consolidated
    • also in existence. Gradually there developed what we know as carbon,
    • it is today into single individuals. There was one common humanity,
    • of the earth man gradually developed within him that which furnished
    • upon a physical organic foundation, has only gradually developed, and
    • Thus gradually, if we follow what is physical backwards
    • kind of rainbow, a kind of spectrum, which then gradually
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    • And the pupil gradually felt as if he, with his own
    • to realize that the individual human being was inwardly connected
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    • All this the individual pupil experienced in absolute
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    • through in the presence of each individual statue to echo for a long
    • control this splitting-up of the ego into the individual
    • mist of snowflakes. This prospect gradually grew dimmer, and finally
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    • evolution during the earth-existence, are those individualities of
    • each individual part. For if you only observe a little, you will
    • as if each individual organ felt slightly different from before. You
    • individual man. And that was the experience of the sun-existence
    • spiritual permeation of the soul of man. And gradually out of a
    • gradually that which appealed to the sense-physical existence gained
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    • there in all the regions mentioned single individualities able to
    • era. From this stream there proceeded that element which gradually
    • Fundamentally, all this had been gradually prepared over
    • such an inner Organisation, which will gradually lead them to
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    • instruction and who was gradually to acquire this knowledge was
    • process of breathing. Gradually he was led, on the one hand, to
    • into the being of the plant. Thus the pupil was gradually led to
    • gradually to comprehend the nature of the sun; he felt the
    • out of the cosmos in an airy form, and only gradually became fluidic
    • and gradually learnt to regard the whole of nature in this way. This
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    • spiritual as well as an individual personal nature, the Mysteries of
    • when the external greatness of Greece gradually diminished into
    • the sacrificial altar and gradually instructed him in the way in
    • of this knowledge of the heavens there gradually arose what I must
    • each individual being, so that out of the dissolved constituents new
    • gradually came to speak of that which lies between the environment
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    • which gradually those who strove after knowledge had to stand in a
    • knowledge of what is divine in nature gradually withdraws from
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    • closely connected with the life of the individual human being, was
    • directly approach life. Then the pupil was gradually led to the fact
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    • achieved. On the other hand, an individual concerned with any
    • and in my other writings. When an individual has developed
    • and just as we gradually elaborate the elements of our own
    • Such an individual is himself dimming his free outlook upon
    • seem necessary. The only individuals with a right to speak of a
    • to a gradual penetration of the human organization, but to
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    • study would gradually open up a vista of how things are
    • solid organs, but that an individual lawfulness controls the
    • do experiments with a more sensitive individual and try to find
    • periods of human life. You will gradually discover the
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    • related to the individual members of his super-sensible being
    • and thereby also to the individual organ systems, as I showed
    • ratio, and its variations in individuals are an expression of
    • human individuality, while the inherited rhythm of the head
    • the individuality of the child and that the hygienic conditions
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    • life force in the root nature, and there is a gradual process
    • stages of individual human development, a certain portion of
    • what groups itself together and interweaves the individual
    • tending gradually to the inorganic. The human organism takes
    • protein in such a way that it gradually brings the digestion
    • matters that will gradually transform therapy into a rational
    • who is not an artist can be a sculptor. An individual may have
    • individual is, the more apparent is this disturbance in human
    • other side, so that the plastic force, too, gradually ceases to
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    • gradually develop into a mere pathology, for in relation to the
    • such a way that it gradually destroys the life of the rest of the organism.
    • gradually become accustomed to crystallizing a kind of normal picture,
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    • If an individual engaged in medical, physiological-phenomenological
    • childhood illnesses arise. To an individual who has acquired the
    • For an individual who doesn't simply grasp knowledge aggressively but
    • the same way that outer nature is taken up, then that individual would
    • diminished organization of some organ resides. An individual who truly
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    • When an individual really understands this constitution of the human
    • carefully in all its countless individual details. If one enters into
    • All individual functions in the human being definitely interact with
    • individual evaluation, and here it is only necessary, out of the
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    • I am only introducing a few individual examples here out of the rich
    • from these examples how medicine can gradually become rational. These
    • important now is to bring together the individual specialties again.
    • will bring together these individual specialties must flow from a
    • an open sense for spiritual science. Such an individual could have
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    • we are led gradually to penetrate the mysteries of the human
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    • study would gradually open up a vista of the human organism, leading
    • by the solid organs, but that an individual complex of law controls
    • this way we gradually gain insight into the human organism. Now
    • life. You will gradually discover the relation of the
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    • approximate ratio, and its variations in individuals are an
    • of four that refuse to incorporate themselves into the individuality,
    • itself to the individuality of the child, and the hygienic conditions
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    • there is a gradual process of devitalisation from below upwards.
    • the early stages of individual development, a certain portion of
    • tending gradually to the inorganic state. The human organism takes
    • albumen that it gradually brings the digestion into order. The iron
    • are matters which will gradually transform therapy into a rational
    • side. The plastic force, too, gradually ceases to function. The
  • 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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    • resulting from the personal demands of a few individuals. It has
    • which the individual worker plays his part in the social organism, it
    • any economic region procures bread and money for the individual. You
    • technical science, with modern capitalism, a gradual change has come
    • gradually developed, as we can show, out of old religious, artistic,
    • attitude of the soul which has gradually taken possession of humanity
    • of the community depends upon the manner in which each individual
    • the individual capacities and powers of every human being who
    • words he demands that the individual shall work for the benefit of
    • first of all possess individual capacity, individual talent, ability.
    • first of these the individual is dependent on human society for the
    • individual is dependent on the existence of a social edifice in which
    • individuals, but only leadership by the branches of economic life and
    • of natural products was gradually replaced by the financial system.
    • capacity of the individual with his productive powers could be taken
    • importance attached to the essential elements in economics gradually
    • because the individual needs them, because he desires them. The
    • individual must attach a certain value to a commodity, and in this
    • resulting from the individual's private judgment. But how is the
    • social structure will enable each individual to find the place from
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    • such as have come within the experience of individual people; but
    • country, but on that of the entire world. The individual human being
    • intermingled gradually, until they now form a chaotic whole, and out
    • thought within the independent cultural body. And the individual need
    • thought-life the individual will permeate himself not with theories,
    • the means of production are in the hands of individual owners. When
    • individual could of his n initiative produce anything for the
    • to-day. There, certain individuals were able to carry out these ideas
    • complicated life, is based on the initiative of the individual. If we
    • try to substitute for individual initiative the abstract community at
    • we deprive the individual of his initiative, which must proceed from
    • individual and therefore necessitates that the individual shall have
    • individuals to join together, to confer together, and come to
    • activity founded on the production which springs from individual
    • initiative of the individual who offers it to the community, to the
    • individual. This he can exchange for something produced by another;
    • individual enterprise has for its object the installation of the
    • For in the old natural economy, one individual depended on another.
    • a single individual who doubts that an improvement has been made by
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    • very great extent that the ability or inability of any individual to
    • put forward its demands. The facts of economic life have gradually
    • forgotten to apply this truth in social life. Gradually these
    • evolution, that there is no possibility for the individual person to
    • every individual within the community. These resolutions, of course,
    • individual is on an equal basis with every other single
    • individual. And these resolutions can only be adopted on any
    • matter when every single individual is in reality the equal of every
    • the individual human being — in the next lecture this will
    • real individual understanding of the human being, special individual
    • individuals actively engaged in one or another special branch are
    • democratic state-life in which every individual confronts every other
    • were, of course, arrived at by a majority of individual men, but
    • these individuals represented interests which arose out of their
    • exists a political element in which every single individual meets
    • feelings among individuals with equal rights; while in the economic
    • between individuals. From the moment in which the individual finds
    • particular person, we have to do with the exercise of an individual
    • individual human being is outside the sphere of democracy and can
    • only be judged in an individual way. The framing of laws is
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    • science has gradually ceased to proclaim to us the foundation which
    • individuality, of the personality. To expect of anyone today that he
    • individuality or personality, is to expect of him something which is
    • knowledge of the spiritual world through their own individuality,
    • many people agree that the individuality of the pupil ought to be
    • the proper consideration of the child's individuality. But the
    • the administration of the individual human being, much would be
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    • individual within the social organism, should endeavor to attain to
    • education and requirements of the individual person. But where
    • cultivated in individuals which can be used to its own advantage. But
    • duality.
    • the community, however, can develop his own nature and individuality
    • individuality in any generation through the observation of human
    • but is determined by the capacity of individuals themselves; it is a
    • ourselves from many a prejudice if these things are gradually to be
    • looked up to an account of his individual qualities, his abilities, a
    • among individuals and in the whole life of the community. The
    • commodity produced by the individual becomes merchandise, which is
    • so far as it consists in a transaction between individuals or groups,
    • community had to do with the will of a single individual, which it
    • extricate itself, has to do with the will of one individual opposed
    • the community. Springing from intercourse between one individual and
    • something at work which has to do with the clashing of individual
    • concerned with all that the individual man has to regulate with other
    • individual men who are his equals. The trading system is an order in
    • and turned it away from real life, has gradually grown into a mere
    • Commonwealth take Just as the individual will, or the will of an
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    • for instance, but not different in quality for the individual
    • the growth of the individual human being who is of the same blood as
    • itself in the fact that in the trading system the individual or the
    • single group has, for the most part, to do with another individual or
    • another group. What are the common interests of individuals or groups
    • reflected in the economic interests of the individual man. This must
    • of the individual development of human nature. It springs from the
    • individuals can confirm the truths of mathematics. Anyone acquainted
    • branches of art, will be produced by it in its own individual way. To
    • spiritual perception something arises out of the individuality of a
    • individualism in the imagination of one people, the single peoples
    • arise which will unite the nations. Then in the individual peoples
    • bodies. That which is brought forth in this individual manner will be
    • and intellectual organizations do not dominate the individual forms
    • of the economic system; for they must have an individual form. They
    • be freed from individualism that other unity must be everywhere
    • rapidly than if they are continually told of their individuality. I
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    • the individual within the economic life. Hence in England you will
    • complicated relations of today — it has gradually come to pass
    • efficiency of the individual human being. A Bank prospered if some
    • individual in it was a thoroughly capable man. Individuals were still
    • only to apply to certain individual cells. Hence, if you study French
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    • can we gradually find our way to the more constant conditions on which
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    • for the way in which the individual must play his particular part in
    • individual human being and what we now call law. Go back into very
    • in spite of his egoism the individual is fruitfully placed in the
    • fellow-men. We must realise how by this means each individual will, in
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    • by each individual in conjunction with the man who provides the cart.
    • to pay a certain quota to the enterprising individual who provided it.
    • substance of Nature and of the different kinds of Labour, gradually
    • individual human being, i.e., to the individual human Spirit, it
    • Capital to the individual, so that a higher synthesis is brought about
    • individuals that Capital is brought into flow. It is not even the
    • grows highly individualised, highly specific, when the Spirit takes
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    • redistribution which may do immense harm to individuals. In like
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    • soon as we cease to consider the buying and selling of the individual
    • must be changed — it is time Governments and individuals began to
    • while the State receives the other part, so that the individual is
    • advantageous. Whether the individual heir alone should receive the
    • really freed, so that the individual faculties were always able to
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    • entity, however many individual landowners there may be. Accordingly,
    • be within it all the time. The individual can never do this;
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    • that the human faculties come in. The individual faculties,
    • process the principle of Law or Rights and the Individual Faculties of
    • crudest errors in individual cases. For suppose that there is a
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    • Today I must say a few things that may gradually lead us to understand
    • true; In England, for example, Trade Capital was transformed gradually
    • century, if we are considering the world-economy which was gradually
    • gradually become a process taking place — I can find no other
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    • for the economic process as a whole. The individual who immediately
    • not do; at this point the individual within the economic process can
    • handed on in the most intelligent way to some other individual who has
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    • economies gradually passed over into national economies,*
    • — gradually passes over into the hands of government departments,
    • economies were gradually joined together. It generally happened on a
    • of the entire Earth gradually merging into world-economy. And at this
    • years' time. And think, on the other hand, how little an individual
    • These things, of course, are relative; the transition is gradual. But
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    • how that which acts as purchase-money gradually emerges out of what is
    • must gradually pass over entirely into gift-money. Loaned money must
    • through loaned money. The loaned money itself gradually vanishes into
    • which to give. When a gift takes place (and every individual is free
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    • difference if it occurs to some bright individual to introduce
    • in fact this which gives to each individual thing its exchange value.
    • should be done. We have gradually departed from the sphere of
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    • Mystery shall gradually flow into the evolution of mankind.
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    • gradually, even as early as the 15th century. All through this time
    • will always be inadequate. Slowly and gradually we must be led to an
    • you will gradually get near him.
    • — then you will gradually become intelligible to him so that he
    • it. We get used to it in learning gradually to jettison all nouns and
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    • birth into a physical existence, and how his body is gradually
    • Then the ether-body gradually dissolves away into the Cosmos, memory
    • finding our way gradually into the language of the dead, and it takes
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    • course of the centuries it has gradually come about that men are so
    • spheres of Mercury, Venus and Moon, and so by gradual stages come
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    • within the spirit-sphere. Thereafter, this consciousness is gradually
    • being, it gradually hardens. This is what happens when we merely grow
    • impossible for one individual to enjoy things on the Earth at the
    • intended gradually to transform the Earth into a Kingdom that should
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    • Mystery shall gradually flow into the evolution of mankind.
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    • gradually, even as early as the 15th century. All through this time
    • will always be inadequate. Slowly and gradually we must be led to an
    • you will gradually get near him.
    • — then you will gradually become intelligible to him so that he
    • it. We get used to it in learning gradually to jettison all nouns and
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    • birth into a physical existence, and how his body is gradually
    • Then the ether-body gradually dissolves away into the Cosmos, memory
    • finding our way gradually into the language of the dead, and it takes
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    • course of the centuries it has gradually come about that men are so
    • spheres of Mercury, Venus and Moon, and so by gradual stages come
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    • within the spirit-sphere. Thereafter, this consciousness is gradually
    • being, it gradually hardens. This is what happens when we merely grow
    • impossible for one individual to enjoy things on the Earth at the
    • intended gradually to transform the Earth into a Kingdom that should
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    • today lies the Atlantic Ocean. This cataclysm gradually engulfed the
    • the people. Man did not yet perceive himself as an individual I, as
    • gradually diminished during human evolution.
    • dreamlike clairvoyance, we could not have acquired the individual
    • to combine thoughts. The ability to form judgments gradually emerged,
    • an I; clairvoyance thereby gradually receded. The human being now
    • that consciousness of self might gradually attain the peak of its
    • sense himself as an individual being. This last period is called Kali
    • gradual stages, but there are certain boundaries of which we may say
    • world would gradually have been lost and human beings would not have
    • which human beings will slowly and gradually develop new faculties
    • and in which human souls will gradually undergo a change.
    • certain number of human beings to begin with, followed gradually by
    • natural faculty by individual persons. To experience an event of
    • but rather, in the time remaining at our disposal, gradually to
    • sleep through the greatest event of the near future, gradually enters
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    • meet from week to week, our souls should gradually mature to the
    • shall understand at first only slowly and gradually but that we can
    • audience. We shall gradually ascend in our considerations from the
    • water and fire that the Atlantean continent gradually disappeared. In
    • that he was an independent individuality possessing an inner life of
    • following it, during which this force gradually disappeared and in
    • the portal of the spiritual world gradually closed completely to the
    • spiritual world began slowly and gradually to close, so that humanity
    • about 3,000 years before the Christ event, an age that has gradually
    • stamen, and so on. After nature has developed gradually for some
    • Life then moves gradually forward until significant spiritual leaps
    • beings had gradually attained power of judgment and I-consciousness,
    • learn gradually to recognize what is to take place for all humanity
    • everywhere will gradually begin actually to see, although only in
    • capacity to see the etheric body will gradually be added. People will
    • possibility for evolution and would sink into darkness and gradual
    • these truths must be used for the salvation and gradual perfecting of
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    • seen most strongly when one examines the two individualities, Buddha
    • themselves. This wisdom gradually disappeared, but a memory of it
    • incarnations have gradually penetrated the physical so strongly that
    • gradually enter all spheres of life. Although almost two thousand
    • impulse, however, must prevail gradually. A theory of knowledge based
    • individual incarnation is actually of great importance. In contrast
    • to the relatively recent doctrine of the Buddha that the individual
    • gradually begin to see the etheric, because it is that which is
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    • less strong in another, according to his particular individual
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    • approximate date, since evolution moved gradually from one kind of
    • This consciousness of the spiritual world gradually
    • gradually lost his connection with the spiritual world. He no longer
    • that a particular individuality, Abraham, was selected, possessing in
    • consciousness of God awakens in him. This gradually grows into his I,
    • the age of Abraham, after that individuality who appears in it and
    • brain has gradually been drained off, and only a little still remains
    • happen gradually. Just as the year 3101 BC, however, can be
    • A few individuals will come to have such karmic
    • gradually to know human beings who will have what the exalted secrets
    • humanity out again. It is an eternal cosmic law that each individual
    • doctrine, that some day an individuality would descend to earth
    • that an individuality would appear once in the flesh. Through His
    • this individuality, within His incarnation on earth. This Paul knew.
    • because in the next two decades human beings will gradually fall away
    • place gradually, at first only for a few, then for more and more
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    • gradually been completely closed to man's normal consciousness, so
    • of tradition, but now even these connections have gradually faded.
    • existed. The knowledge of humanity gradually extended only to the
    • of his development and is like a vessel that is gradually to receive
    • there was the first compensation for the loss: in the individuality
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    • individuality at first in somewhat general terms and next time in
    • detail. We can understand the life of a single individual only when
    • existed a natural clairvoyance. Then it gradually began to disappear,
    • ours, new faculties of the human soul will gradually evolve in a
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    • carefully. In earlier times, only a few individuals could advance
    • that in our age there would be individuals with special faculties of
    • individual considers useful for himself. They run around each other
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    • pictures, of your personal, individual decisions. When someone knocks
    • individuals, but we can do nothing regarding the will. If we
    • individuals are always fully awake in waking life. Human beings
    • rays vary greatly in different individuals. Sleeping human beings
    • esoteric research of recent years, undertaken by individuals among
    • science must be received and gradually be able so to fire the streams
    • this comes to pass, individuals will be able to comprehend the event
    • certain number of individuals will see the etheric Christ and will
    • electricity. Strange as this sounds, it must gradually become known.
    • will of each individual.
    • individuality within him. Only those possessed of understanding will
    • residues will gradually dissolve into the universal ether. On Venus
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    • individualities is not merely an achievement of today's spiritual
    • knows it through other methods; one learns to know it gradually. The
    • said, however, that individual brotherhoods were permeated with the
    • however, these others, these harmless souls, gradually become
    • can become clear only gradually, and I can pull together only
    • gradually the elements to bring you complete clarity. I have often
    • century, for His coming as etheric individuality to be unobserved by
    • the Christ impulse. They wish to place another individuality who has
    • never yet appeared in the flesh but only as an etheric individuality,
    • individuality. It is a real struggle, not just something that I know
    • He appears, will not be an individuality incarnated in the flesh, and
    • Christ with the activity of another individuality. These brotherhoods
    • evolution as an etheric individuality in the course of the twentieth
    • century, not by substituting another individuality; for that purpose
    • Christ as individuality, as He is intended to pass over the earth,
    • this evolution. What we see happening in individual cases is
    • by honest groups in such a way that gradually all ocean journeys were
    • connection with America was gradually obliterated. In the fifteenth
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    • Individual
    • interest what would come out of these seances. They gradually took
    • over the whole field. The well-meaning initiates gradually lost all
    • can be traced to individualities. When these individualities are
    • united in brotherhoods, one individuality can expect one thing, while
    • impulses of the individualities. What one does and what another does
    • speak about individual facts. It is these with which we are
    • concerned. It thus becomes necessary to keep the individual streams
    • he rightly strives toward harmonizing the individual parts. This he
    • foundation. Rather it stems from spiritual individualities different
    • from one another. Different individualities work together in all that
    • but this is how it is above all. We must think of individualities as
    • it is one and the same — various individualities work together
    • events, the varied individualities who work with or against one
    • cannot exist in a world in which individualities are working together
    • materializes in a remarkable way. Different individualities also work
    • influences of individualities who are either struggling with one
    • lead us back to quite different regions where other individualities
    • gradually appear, it is natural that man is more likely under the
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    • Individual
    • Today I would like to connect and amplify individual
    • comprehension of one's own individual values but of the great
    • Three ideas have gradually arisen in the course of
    • learns to know the individual substances that lie on the surface of
    • Those who seek to achieve everything through the dualism
    • won through the revelation of the duality in the cosmos, to paralyze
    • of the twofold nature within the human being there is also a dualism
    • of forces. It is this dualism of forces that will be used more by the
    • the illusion will gradually dissolve, in so far as it must be
    • individual strength, because behind individual strength often lies
    • individual strength! It all depends upon the constellation.
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    • from what is the case in our earthly realm, an individual karmic
    • a part of it. The individuals who were especially close to him, to
    • intensely. The circle widens only gradually to include persons with
    • circle gradually widens, and the whole process of becoming acquainted
    • their second realm gradually widens. Later (this is always relative:
    • gradually expands over an extremely large area. One becomes ever
    • strengthening or weakening the will, experiences that gradually
    • forces working in the earthly sphere come from these dead individuals
    • permeated by the mineral realm. For individuals who have not absorbed
    • words for it. One can only approach slowly and gradually what lies
    • purely natural scientific world conception gradually seizes human
    • gradually, in so far as it deals with what goes on around us between
    • the second chapter speaks of that learned individual,
    • gradually been lulled into a great illusion, namely, that they can
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    • the face, Europeans gradually come to resemble the old American
    • become effective, which are exercised on individual men for instance
    • activity of the individual, in the head, joins forces with what is
    • If we observe the East, which will gradually arise
    • the fact that the individual as a member of humanity — not as
    • separate individual — seeks to find spirituality through the
    • individual variations. There can be human beings in Middle Europe
    • the nation-spirit, and what comes to meet it is again individual
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    • If this is taken into consideration, one will gradually acquire the
    • to come to an understanding with the dead, we have also gradually to
    • character of pictures gradually carry us over into the
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    • impulses for all the older civilisations. Gradually, however,
    • there were individuals, living simple, humble unpretentious lives,
    • him many things, so that gradually the heart of the pupil, removed as
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    • evolution, however, take place slowly, gradually, step by step. And
    • my dear friends, what strange feelings must gradually have come over
    • brotherhood. And gradually they came more and more to feel how the
    • mood began gradually to pervade their whole endeavours and made
    • succeeding centuries, we can always find individual spirits who lived
    • being of man as they show themselves in this or that individuality,
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    • really no sort of connection with what is individual and personal,
    • with the single individual man; it is well nigh a convention. It does
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    • of instinctive clairvoyance gradually faded into a kind of evening
    • difficult to arrive at these things, for it is single individuals —
    • individuals — cave-dwellers of the soul we may call them —
    • Thereby he gradually came to the point where the teacher was able to
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    • there did exist an individuality whom we may describe by the name of
    • Christian Rosenkreutz. This individuality is, in a sense, the type
    • which must arise in mankind. A consciousness must gradually arise
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    • occasions, there did exist an individuality whom we may describe by
    • the name of Christian Rosenkreutz. This individuality is, in a sense,
    • individual case; modern professors seldom have ideas!) But if he has
    • gradually arise that there is such an evolution-memory, and that in
    • man come forth. He who does so, gradually accustoms himself not to
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    • classes, orders, individuals, as one does in speaking of plants,
    • gradually implanted into the reproductive system. Thus it came about
    • of the Archai. He will gradually pass over into a Guiding Being, he
    • world-conception means for individual souls, we shall learn to
    • ages temperament and heredity gave personality its individual
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    • and impulses of our own souls. In whatever way individuals among you
    • however high he may stand, an individuality who guides him from
    • incarnation to incarnation. The individual guidance of human beings is
    • Try now in this present time to know and experience as individual
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    • “Freedom for individual nations, even for the smallest
    • human individuals, separate men. This lie is nothing else than the
    • endeavour to permeate each individual nation not with the new force of
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    • so individual that one has oneself to resort to a kind of fairy tale
    • what an individual has to suffer from the outside world. However
    • soul. A tragedy, we feel, shows us how an individual is entangled in
    • with an individual who in a certain period of life, at a certain age,
    • individual who finds himself at a certain time of life in a singular
    • conflict, which affects its very nature and its individual character.
    • stages of life in the individual human being. Just as individuals go
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    • unriddle it all, we should gradually be able to find the right
    • world, he experiences everything I have shown. Gradually he comes to
    • including all the small details, can gradually be found and
    • fairy tales are the experiences of certain individuals among people
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    • has gradually laid into the Easter Festival in the course of historic
    • Gradually, and by processes which we shall yet have to trace, what had
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    • Nature is laid waste. It is like the gradual death of man as to his
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    • We know in the first place that human individuals themselves return to
    • Individualities then came near what was still to be felt of these
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    • for intelligence was to develop only gradually during the course of
    • such Beings in human form, who, if they wished some individuality
    • Being had guided some individuality into a human body on the earth;
    • when this body died, the individuality would meanwhile be in the
    • individuality could again be incarnated. This body had to be
    • created for the same individuality who was thus kept continuously on
    • individuality whom they believed should pass from one body into
    • beginning of the gradual evolution of freedom. He was led and
    • single individuals who deviated from the regular course, who advanced
    • individual opponents — to the effect, for example, that we
    • world through Lucifer might gradually be corrected in a certain way —
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    • want to rouse themselves into embarking upon a genuine, individual
    • any individual efforts to acquire knowledge. The rebellion against
    • own individual forces of thinking and feeling. But this is not to
    • metamorphosis took place only very gradually. As species, the
    • true individuals out of us.
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    • the earth planet, arose in the fourth post-Atlantean epoch. Gradually,
    • develop an individually-independent life within that cosmos. The human
    • imagine that the feeling for such a thing arose only gradually. To be
    • grandfather. Gradually these memories grew dim. But human consciousness
    • the centuries, had gradually faded, consciousness focused, instead,
    • Roman individual felt his physical body as a ceremonial robe bestowed
    • But the perception was gradually superseded by a belief that thought
    • since then, we have been gradually growing away from our bodies. We
    • nature. Indeed in all art we have gradually lost the experience of the
    • have gradually become estranged from our physical bodies.
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    • longer experienced. Gradually the conception has arisen that art
    • individual arts. Pure naturalism can never create an artistic architecture,
    • churches surrounded by graves. Not every person could have an individual
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    • human but divine will. Only gradually, in Greece, as man's connection
    • if we really enter the spirituality of world phenomena, we gradually
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    • cosmos. Individual thoughts were expressed through the relative positions
    • so great, no individual dares to approach it with his personality. He
    • it is withdrawn from the individual and placed on the lectern; extremely
    • and dualism, he does so with a neutral mind, marshaling abstract concepts
    • a discussion of unity or duality, of the one with or without the other,
    • two divided original powers, the battle between monism and dualism was
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    • out. Now take the details, the individual colors and their harmonious
    • be overcome. Of course some individual artists detest exhibitions. But
    • today we live in an age when the individual cannot achieve very much
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    • Thus gradually
    • world of color becomes a universe; then one gradually acquaints oneself
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    • each individual color tries to convey. When we paint with blue we feel
    • in the center and gradually fading and lightening toward the periphery.
    • a blue garment — a blue which becomes gradually lighter toward
    • pentatonic scales, this sense of the divine gradually diminished.
    • a recognition of the special character of the individual tone. Today
    • we relate the individual tone to harmony or melody in order that, together
    • we will no longer recognize the individual tone solely in relation to
    • this experience of the individual tone in its dimension of depth; in
    • Greek actor avoided presentation of the individual human element. That
    • to lift the dramatic action above the individual-personal.
    • actor should say the first words far back, then gradually advance, making
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    • become less clumsy and the child gradually accustoms himself to his
    • gradually more like itself. We shall understand why the child is as
    • he has to copy. We have been gradually shaping the second body out of
    • individualities who are weakly when they descend to earth; these form
    • naturally we are all weak individualities and we copy a great deal.
    • There are, however, also strong individualities descending to earth,
    • crack things easily, then they are strong individualities, developing
    • different, the strong individuality stirs within them. The model is
    • used, but afterwards they form an individual body for themselves.
    • gradually enters the period between the seventh and fourteenth years,
    • careful, and pay attention to the way in which curiosity gradually
    • must have a delicate perception and note the gradual beginnings of
    • thus form a unity. Such things as these must be gradually developed
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    • seven years a second life organism is gradually built up in the
    • changing of the teeth. If the individual who comes down out of the
    • is similar to the inherited one. If the individual is strong, then we
    • seven years till about fourteen, a kind of victory is gradually
    • gradually get the F out of the picture (see drawing).
    • Now you only need to make it smaller and gradually turn it into the
    • This is a doubtful success because gradually it becomes impossible to
    • gradually letters arise. A second teacher likes to do it differently.
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    • animals, but we shall ruin the individuality of the child if we use
    • ground, for he feels the earth as something living. He gradually
    • differentiated, in individualised forms suited to man's nature. All
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    • dawn. As the dawn faded the pale blue sky gradually appeared again
    • single individualities of the children are carefully discussed, and
    • children's individualities. This is the way in which the teachers may
    • be done. But the teacher must gradually develop an inward perception
    • not make yourself ridiculous. Thus you will gradually be able to
    • you do this will of course depend on the individuality of the child.
    • only so far.” Thus you will gradually get the child to complete
    • gradually through balancing out the forms he will develop in himself
    • will gradually lead to a feeling for the harmony of colours. The
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    • now gradually proceed to show the child a sign for this
    • unit, this is a duality, a ‘two.’ See, you are one, but
    • thus he will gradually learn to build up number out of life.
    • children can then gradually learn the numbers up to a certain point,
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    • astral body gradually draws into physical body, carrying the breathing
    • If the individuality is weak, the result will be a body that very
    • come gradually into an upright position in standing and walking. If
    • physical body and becoming independent, the astral body is gradually
    • and gradually draws itself together inside. Before this time it is a
    • the spinal cord, bit by bit, into the head, gradually coming in and
    • body. So that during this time when the astral body is gradually
    • from which the children can gradually learn what melody, rhythm and
    • and will thereby gradually come to understand music. Admittedly, it
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    • only very gradually introduce the lifeless world when the child is
    • either the whole class or individual children is spoken of in our
    • insight into characteristic individualities among the pupils.
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    • concrete to abstract as a gradual preparation for the time between
    • these drawing teachers gradually turn into, simply because of having
    • children are gradually led to an understanding of the Christ Mystery,
    • free Religion classes have, indeed, gradually become full to
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    • individuals will feel the urge to help and participate in such reform.
    • isolated individuals able to perceive that there was something beyond
    • merely terrestrial. Such individuals were opponents of what “humoral
    • the result of such differentiation. Later on the view gradually
    • world atomistically which has gradually arisen in the age of
    • of the individual human organism (which may be healthy or sick) can
    • every individual case of sickness it is possible to form a picture of
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    • structure is a dual one and that the upper portion perceives the
    • orientated. For there is this definite orientation. It is individually
    • different in individual human beings, but nevertheless it governs and
    • respectively in the upper and the lower sphere. And we shall gradually
    • interaction of the upper and lower spheres, one will gradually learn
    • any highly tuberculous individual affects his fellow beings: and if
    • individual who is an incipient tuberculous case. Tuberculosis is in
    • perspiration is gradually regained.
    • your permission to observe that neither the individual patients of the
    • in the human organism is able to lead us gradually into the essence of
    • It is extraordinarily difficulty to define this organic dualism
    • possible prejudices amongst you — if I try to elucidate this dualism
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    • It has gradually become the fashion to burden the nervous system with
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    • relationship between individual remedies and individual phenomena of
    • of this treatment, you forget that you work as individual physicians.
    • Possibly individuals among you may be aware of the struggle you have
    • As individual medical men you have the greatest interest in healing
    • the individual patient, and modern materialistic medicine has even —
    • of healing the individual. But this justification really consists in
    • But in actual fact, individual patients are not so isolated. The fact
    • case, you can never be sure of the number of other individuals to whom
    • individual result may be most striking.
    • a duality, so that what originates in the lower sphere has always
    • balance of tensions, from the general health of the individual case,
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    • activity by the build and physique of the individual. One should
    • “uncomfortable” — is whether the individual patient is fond of
    • the individual is not consciously industrious, but, on the whole,
    • short-sighted or long-sighted? Short-sighted individuals have a
    • you will perceive their general trend, in so far as the individual
    • these remedies after they have been gradually homeopathised, whereas
    • It is of fundamental significance, that certain individuals in whom
    • so — the individual names applied in modern chemistry to all the
    • earth, which interacts with extra-terrestrial forces, gradually
    • fruit, and arrive at a remarkable individualisation and emancipation,
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    • afflictions seem so closely related if the human individual is viewed
    • the limits of the individual being's skin. It is assumed that the
    • mirror, the whole process of the universe. Man is individualised
    • the human individual attains average old age, that of seventy-one
    • in an individual human life, and in the function of respiration during
    • Just as we are able to link the individual planets with the metals as
    • bring startling results in individual cases, and arouse illusory
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    • time-members of his being are present in every individual. The results
    • In visualising the general health of any individual, we must bear in
    • removed in many individual cases, if what we may term the intention of
    • counter-attack out of the forces of the individual; so the more
    • individual organs are right amidst the action of these forces; they
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    • there is a physical revelation of the etheric in its dual relationship
    • understand the individual person out of the whole relationship between
    • man) appears as a duality that is dammed up in the heart, and in it
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    • from the process happening in the healthy individual to the process in
    • gradually become able to grasp concretely in external nature the
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    • every human individual with the means to observe nature independently.
    • to the individual. Thus it becomes necessary to emphasise strongly
    • food, that require meat in their diet. This depends on the individual
    • ourselves off as individuals. Let us try to represent this difference,
    • individualise ourselves in the digestive process up to the formation
    • nature, in which man maintains his individual entity as distinct from
    • vision, where he once more individualises himself. This is why man
    • tends to display, as it were, obstinate individual requirements in all
    • In all these respects, individuality has to be taken into account.
    • would produce this or that, in that particular individual
    • individualised man, leads us into the depths of nature. Man is akin to
    • individual he is related to all earthly things. Through this earthly
    • this concrete human individual that has the power to think and is able
    • We may consider the dualism in man as a dualism of the
    • terrestrial man as a being which individualises itself. These two
    • So far as I know this particular human duality has not been alluded to
    • is the true meaning of this duality in the human organism, between the
    • the individual's stature into consideration as well; but if we merely
    • through forces proceeding from the cosmos. This is a duality inherent
    • in man: moulding and deforming. This duality is a continuous organic
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    • The lungs have a dual aspect and office in the human body. The lungs are,
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    • individual cases. But the general validity of the main principle is
    • previously latent sicknesses to which the individual organism has a
    • when the individual awakes. Thus you must conclude: in the state of
    • are individualised in the human organism through the four main groups.
    • mediator sulphur, is being individualised in man through the four
    • will gradually arrive at a concrete and real self-knowledge. Such a
    • And gradually we realise that the negative and opposing radiance is
    • but at present we are approaching the subject gradually — any defects
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    • increase gradually the potency of the viscum substance to a very high
    • lung of those individuals who display this symptom of “religious
    • kidneys, heart and lung systems. In the case of an individual inclined
    • is able to reveal very many things and one has to acquire gradually a
    • individual to exhibit qualities which compel us to treat him as
    • importance for diagnosis, not only to note whether the individual
    • individual who suffers from frequent repetition, has always certain
    • the lungs. The individual who suffers from omission of thoughts has
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    • physical. But in the course of our lives, we gradually forfeit the
    • individual etheric body, than by attentive study of the organisation
    • individuals focus their gaze at a distance or near by, and let this
    • even able to obtain an idea of individual tendency to inflammatory
    • because individuals of this particular constitution, when they fall
    • proliferates as a sort of soul-like ego. And this type of individual
    • individual suffer from hypochondria and constipation, it exuberates
    • physique of a man, and the many marks of his individual constitutional
    • itself, and they are rooted not only in the single individual
    • activity in the individual. If this be done, the ego will insert
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    • nor forget that in excitable individuals, excitements may be connected
    • other hand, individuals with a certain aversion to mathematics,
    • individual has fallen asleep the spleen comes to comparative repose —
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    • now see the gradual emergence of the subjects on which you
    • will understand what I mean. Let us take an individual case, in which
    • splenetic function in the whole of modern civilised peoples gradually
    • These facts illustrate the interlocking of the individual regions and
    • in reactions, when the individual who has been in a red environment is
    • The teeth become defective in order that the individual may not become
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    • development of the teeth, which approach gradual decay. This is a
    • as teeth do not appear all at once, but gradually, and the internal
    • emphasised — to ascertain the exact individual dental type. As soon
    • is great individual diversity, but they are bound to manifest
    • caution. If man be left alone in individual isolation, not only as
    • these individual appetites and anti-appetites need not be given the
    • the other hand gradually to accustom a man to that which seems
    • conditions in the individual? Things which seem at the opposite pole
    • Now I can come to the conclusion that for myself as an individual it
    • result of individual experiment or simply accept what the doctor
    • with individual initiative, or else has been prescribed for me by a
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    • and there must be a regulated rhythm for each human individuality
    • individual with a belief that his vocation is art, as distinct from
    • harmony between the general type of action of a given individual and
    • suggest that the whole gesture and behaviour of the individual is
    • individual must be taken into account.
    • life of the individual, man passes through something of which the
    • bound) there also depends the particular individual complexion and
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    • judgment. To use individual judgment is far better than to keep to
    • thing is that this only holds good with regard to her own individual
    • internally by preference, in the treatment of individuals of very
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    • this region. Gradually, too, we should be able to recognise injuries
    • consonant with any individual constitution, there is a reactive effect
    • particular human individuality. Too much more sleep than the
    • individual in question can sustain — is not curative, but toxic.
    • If an individual falls ill, subjective symptoms appear at first, pains,
    • illness becomes chronic, the process gradually falls away from the
    • than to the individual clinical symptoms.
    • patient may be of an individual constitution able to endure an
    • but gradually endeavour to view the whole universe as an integral
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    • individuality. Thus only since the change of teeth have we had what
    • it either be in a position to proceed in a more individual direction
    • only until the change of teeth, and no further; the individuality
    • body of heredity and the individual body which is its successor. The
    • individual body — and this body alone can truthfully be called
    • of which the individuality is capable goes forward. Either, the
    • individuality conquers during this period the forces of heredity, and
    • it — or, the individuality is completely subject to the forces
    • seventh year. But it all depends, you see, upon the individuality,
    • case how strongly the individuality is working.
    • his case is possible, the individuality he has brought down with him.
    • individuality. But now, if this development were to continue after
    • with nothing further than this unfolding of individuality, he would
    • there, and has given the human being individual maturity, and earthly
    • incompletely developed individuality. Think of the many possibilities
    • developed in the liver; but because the individuality is incapable of
    • illness! And now you can see why the individuality of the son chose
    • this man for his father. The individuality of the son had no
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    • gradually purified and ennobled, until finally in “Wilhelm
    • and the individuality works out in accordance with this model the
    • If the individuality is stronger than the inherited qualities, the
    • of changing his teeth; his individuality will then be apparent in his
    • nature. If, however, the individuality of the child is weak, it will
    • puberty everything is as it results from the individuality; the
    • themselves at all during this period, is because the individuality
    • individuality as the real impulse of karma shows itself overpowered
    • gradually in the human being, as he progresses in his development,
    • These processes, which in Nature are living processes, are gradually
    • understanding for the situation the child is in, and will gradually
    • individual in its application, it has to be general. So far as
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    • individually. But you must first have some knowledge — and it
    • gradually building up, first his second body, and then his third. He
    • can one do in an individual case? You must investigate the case out
    • develops only gradually in contact with life in the outside world.
    • can lay hands on, gradually piling up for himself a little store or
    • each individual case, to see just how the child does the things, then
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    • this again can be individual for the particular human being —
    • these illnesses, but that we can do better when we have individual
    • examination, and after it gradually get rid of the nervous
    • there is at last this summons to the individual human being; he must
    • only way he can succeed in finding what he must do in the individual
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    • impulse of karma) and the gradual development of the child through
    • internal condition; it can indeed happen that the albumen gradually
    • child in this way, you will find that you gradually whisper away the
    • gradually quietens down, and at length the child gets the better of
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    • with movement. What ought to happen is that gradually, in the
    • new life, we shall gradually enable the stiffened body to grow
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    • course in the first three years without any marked individual
    • These organs here, which were at that time slowly and gradually
    • importance to making the course of the lesson lead up gradually to a
    • dramatic climax. But for the boy we are considering, this gradual
    • really become a poet, rich in imagination. And then, having gradually
    • body is all the time gradually adapting itself to the physical body.
    • again. The symptoms now present would gradually disappear in the
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    • it has a more individual significance. It may mean nothing else than
    • onwards, we are told, the size of the head began very gradually to
    • establishment of the connection throughout the organism is a gradual
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    • to devote yourself to an individual case, and thereby, as time goes
    • on, gradually acquire the skill that will be needed for dealing with
    • first place, and then gradually lead over to this appeal to the
    • are dealing, you see, with an individual case. You will be in a
    • the inner individuality of the child, we try to call forth this inner
    • individuality and bring it to activity. We have had some measure of
    • has however been tending gradually to disappear — although now
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    • puberty is going to prove difficult. The gradual attainment of
    • own responsibility, in individual cases. Why do we propose for this
    • dependent on both. Both sets of forces are present in the individual
    • Goetheanum. For there I have allowed it gradually to come to this —
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    • I, E, A; then again, A, E, I, and so on. The child gradually wakes
    • more balanced condition gradually establish itself.
    • and pains that he shall gradually change his handwriting and develop
    • his very own individuality, which individuality goes through repeated
    • principle of freedom, under one individual ordering.
    • require to be interpreted quite individually. It is not a matter for
    • on Earth this individuality is drawn to Jena and appears there as
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    • up to flower and finally to fruit, becomes gradually more and more
    • little child — gradually — to external nourishment,
    • from Saturn times and has been gradually formed and completed with
    • individual in question. If you set out in all earnestness to
    • individual activity; rather must there always be the longing on the
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    • practised by single individuals who are preparing for some
    • we perform. Just as we have been feeling these things gradually
    • we gradually begin to learn how to feel that something
    • seven years; but that which we are in our individual being has
    • individual being of spirit and soul. It comes to meet us when
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    • study each individual organ as
    • studied individually in the case of them all. Moreover the
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    • gradually come to know what tasks the Ego-organisation and
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    • apart from ordinary life and is practised by single individuals
    • Just as we have been feeling these things gradually more and
    • gradually begin to learn how to feel that something new is
    • individual being has brought itself to Earth out of a pre-natal
    • learnt to know our inner humanity, our own individual being of
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    • disintegration, but really study each individual organ as
    • every human organ and must be studied individually in the case
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    • gradually come to know what tasks the Ego-organisation and
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    • growth and nutrition; in a sense, it introduces a gradual
    • differs in the different individual organs. If we observe, for
    • individualised. Carbonic acid retains the spiritual in itself
    • gradually to become acquainted with the nature of that most terrible
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    • growth and nutrition; in a sense, it introduces a gradual
    • differs in the different individual organs. If we observe, for
    • individualised. Carbonic acid retains the spiritual in itself
    • gradually to become acquainted with the nature of that most terrible
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    • evolved forms, in which the means of production have gradually
    • by the arbitrary wishes of individuals, — this
    • different businesses. One can't socialise in the individual
    • individual councils are then to work in their own businesses,
    • in the life of the individual family. Just think what would
    • become of the individual family of these days, if Rights life,
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    • shorter or longer, depending on the individual. In general,
    • karma of a person demands it or because an individual is
    • gradually losing the significance of the old oracles. The
    • human beings. But the “I” of the individual
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    • Christianity in Human Evolution: Leading Individualities and Avatar Beings
    • Individualities and Avatar Beings
    • truths is undergoing a metamorphosis, so that gradually we
    • agree that through these higher truths we gradually attain
    • individualities in the course of human evolution who, as it
    • say this: No matter how advanced these individual souls may
    • to these leading individualities, who in this sense are like
    • also other individualities — other beings — who
    • different from any other human individuality.
    • individuality such as Shem could indeed become the forefather
    • world, they structure around their individuality an etheric
    • such a tribal individuality a typical etheric body, a
    • individuality was not connected with Shem's astral body
    • could be best accomplished by an individual who bore the
    • fact, an individual bearing the etheric body of Shem later
    • are dealing here with an exalted individuality who, as it
    • analogy, if an intellectually advanced individual had to
    • question would elevate him personally; all the individual
    • individuality had to make a strong personal effort to become
    • in the Bible. What was contained in the individuality of Shem
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    • an individual's divine ego — continues to develop
    • expression of spiritual beings. The individual who knows
    • later cultures. In ancient Atlantis, an individual belonging
    • leading individuals in Atlantis were those who excelled as
    • that humanity will gradually become acquainted with, asking
    • descendants seven individuals whose souls at their birth were
    • that of one of the individuals gathered around the Great
    • the Sun Oracle had seven individuals whose etheric bodies
    • met these seven individuals somewhere in everyday life, you
    • The seven individuals from among the followers of the Great
    • to be inspired individuals, but their utterances certainly
    • seven inspired individuals taught from various parts of the
    • disciple was reincarnated as the great individual who was to
    • processes we will gradually learn to understand, the astral
    • he was a very small child, that is before his own individual
    • confirms that there is an individual behind Shem that must be
    • regarded as the tribal individuality of all Semitic peoples.
    • he was first an individual in his own right. Beyond that,
    • however, he was an individual whose etheric body was
    • selected individuality for the fulfillment of a mission.
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    • gradually to see the contours of objects more clearly, but
    • became individualized in every single being.
    • look at the physical organism of the Atlantean individual. It
    • gradually; and in its place we developed our present ability
    • Atlantis was gradually destroyed in the course of centuries
    • individual in whom such partaking in the etheric body of
    • astral qualities of Christ. These individuals were imbued
    • individualities, one of them being Christian Rosenkreutz,
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    • gradual development. This mystery built the bridge from the
    • clear when one looks at two great individuals who prepared
    • individual who wanted to advance further was given elementary
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    • this sensational invention led to the gradual conquest of the
    • nor do we want to comprehend it with the help of individual
    • increasing spiritual insights, mankind will gradually
    • first individuals to benefit from the blessed fact of these
    • bodies. Many of these individuals conceived the Christian
    • individuals to proclaim the great truths of Christianity in
    • individual because he carried a copy of the astral body of
    • guiding light of this great individual, for those who, like
    • see an individuality of such greatness that words of
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    • gradual approach can we grasp the primeval wisdom contained
    • distance and to gradually raise our consciousness to the
    • understood only by gradually attuning our perceptive
    • be nothing but materialistic mythology. However, individuals
    • development: through individual effort on the part of their
    • this physical body must be gradually spiritualized in our
    • gradually be spiritualized by the human being, and they saw
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    • knowledgeable individuals of oriental wisdom, then, were
    • that gradually makes him lose control over his limbs?”
    • Christ, that an individual who allows himself or herself to
    • the Event of Golgotha? It is the gradual abolition of the
    • individuality descends from spiritual heights into a physical
    • of Golgotha had been accomplished, an individual whose karma
    • example with St. Augustine. When such an individuality
    • he became the individual who was able to proclaim to the
    • the individuals whom we in the West know as the important
    • individuals were also capable of experiencing the historical
    • individuals received copies of the astral, rather than the
    • of this human individuality, but the humility, the devotion,
    • many individuals were called upon through this continuing
    • humanity matured slowly to the point where some individuals
    • Christ will increasingly change from Saul to Paul individuals
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    • of dual personality by this process. It may sound fantastic
    • individuality that He was able to leave the physical world at
    • Christ-Individuality lived in the physical body, it filled
    • Tauler were individuals who spoke from their own experience
    • imbued with spiritual knowledge. Those individualities who
    • gradually prepared in the Rosicrucian schools that were
    • result of the work of an individuality by the name of
    • will gradually undergo a metamorphosis. To accept
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    • take on this function only gradually, little by little,
    • the true evolution of the human individuality, which
    • thoughts will bring about the gradual disappearance of our
    • individualities who in their knowledge were far ahead of
    • individual must see this as a sort of duty. It is not
    • gradually losing the consciousness of the spiritual world so
    • They must gradually be made more mature through renewed
    • an individual in ancient India. When it passed through death
    • and new birth, and a noble Greek individual was right when he
    • individual, if properly applied, to find the way back to the
    • All that had to happen slowly and gradually. We must acquaint
    • human evolution comes to pass slowly and gradually, and
    • individual in ancient India that he or she would cling to the
    • Since the individual in ancient India did not want to connect
    • always a certain connection between great individualities of
    • or backward. However, the individual who is concerned that
    • his individuality was able to unite itself with many a force
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    • have to say about such great individualities as Buddha and
    • the same individual as Zarathustra — not the
    • Zarathustra known to history, but the exalted individual who
    • developed individual of ancient times. In one of his
    • ideals. To look up to the individuals who had reached such a
    • back into the past to all the spiritual individualities of
    • begun gradually to lose the clairvoyant faculty were chosen.
    • old clairvoyant consciousness was waning, gradually giving
    • astral body and the ego soon after death and gradually
    • such that individualities had to go through an incarnation
    • Buddha is one of the individualities who was actually able to
    • Take, for example, an individual such as Galileo, who in the
    • too, we encounter the individuality who lived in the body of
    • which the soul gradually lost its connection with the
    • circumference of their individuality, cut off from all
    • Christ-Being could gradually descend to the earth. What had
    • Buddha. This means that such an individuality does not
    • individualities are behind the missions of important human
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    • deal only with present-day man and to show how the individual fits
    • penetrates, and the Druid, as gradually through this activity he came
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    • well. But they came gradually to feel that the spirit had withdrawn
    • permeated by spirit became gradually clouded, but atavistic remains
    • development to which I am referring is connected with the gradual
    • gradually into human evolution. In very early times, such as those of
    • may put is so, became gradually de-spiritualized. While man still felt
    • cosmic radiance and will gradually irradiate everything perceptible to
    • further up the plant, I see how that quality is gradually overcome and
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    • world-order. He gradually learns that on the one hand there is the
    • gradually thrust out of the self-subsisting moral world-order if a
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    • Anthroposophy will be that of gradually building the bridge between
    • When we observe such a fact as this, my dear friends, we gradually
    • individual life after death is more difficult, and demands a more
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    • When people gradually become interested in the various branches of
    • may arise in a person's mind when he gradually sees the importance and
    • humanity was such, however, that speech gradually assumed a form which
    • organ of speech, and releases that from the larynx; if he is gradually
    • what the individual human soul does there; this is described in
    • become gradually aware of the forces that still remain in that body,
    • way means are gradually created by which we can really perceive the
    • gradually descend deeper and deeper into materialism and gradually
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    • gradually evolved out of the whole constitution of the Earth. If we
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    • animals.” — People experienced along with Nature the gradual
    • dis-individualized; they lose their individuality and rise in the
    • spring just around Easter time in the final stage of the individual
    • had become individualized; before this Easter time they had a certain
    • individuality, flying and floating about as individual beings. During
    • asleep. Then they begin once more to individualize, and when the Earth
    • forces was seen; how everything that appeared as individual had to be
    • physical-material life are present as a duality, and the rhythmic
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    • forms, so that man gradually came to have an interest in the human
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    • Now this essence of the individual ego within the divine spiritual
    • perceived to be once more gradually withdrawing and leaving the human
    • this way. And just as in autumn the knowledge of nature gradually
    • present state of unfoldment. First, he had gradually to push out of
    • This is what will gradually give to the festival thought the character
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    • gradually, to live consciously in the ether-body, to feel it as a
    • it is beginning, gradually, to take shape. Whereas the first
    • respect, a duality. For think of it. — You stand there as a physical
    • In these two figures, both of them dual — Oedipus and Sphinx, Faust
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    • downwards, the similarity gradually disappears. In the case of the
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    • such recognition can he gradually learn to understand the forces that
    • surrounding etheric world. We learn to think as individuals, but not
    • What we behold in the world outside is dualistic, it shows itself to
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    • clarity which gradually invaded ideas concerning man's
    • different in this respect, and it varies from individual to
    • individual – so that in the case of healthy people, we are
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    • becomes a knowledge of things. Art and knowledge are gradually
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    • to apply his art in individual poems. But he will be able to
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    • gradually adopted a certain form – what might be called a
    • development, have gradually acquired an inartistic
    • gradually overcome by another mood – by a longing for
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    • has come to himself in his individual
    • individuality – to enter into the whole human being with what
    • he wants to convey, along with whatever of individual experience he
    • individual forces. Philia, Astrid and Luna are seen as the powers
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    • stands towards the individual being of man in a relationship quite
    • would gradually cease. I have often emphasised that we no longer
    • that should rest in the personality, the individuality, of each man
    • must be awakened in each individual as a quite personal concern; and
    • disciples; hence the appearances are quite individual, and we should
    • individual working of the Son had to proceed from the Christ, but the
    • sanctuary in the innermost part of the soul. Hence the individual was
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    • individualities who have to guide the deeper destinies of human
    • label which could lead gradually to something like a calamity.
    • certainly only by outstanding individual thinkers. We need only call
    • natural science, but with reference to human individuality in
    • merely with himself, with his own psyche. The individual says to
    • individual soul from the necessity of living again on earth. This
    • applies to the single individual; all the attention is centred on
    • individual, the man of the West is concerned with the whole of
    • individuality which has already come down into repeated incarnations,
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    • because there have always been clairvoyant individuals who could see
    • individuals, receiving from them a ‘never-ending Gospel’,
    • death we separate ourselves from the physical body. The individual is
    • active form. When the individual has stripped off his etheric body he
    • Kamaloka, the individual experiences a meeting with a quite definite
    • light which little by little will shine out from the individual
    • developed individuals who have attained an advanced stage of human
    • the facts. It applies to individuals who have had many incarnations;
    • Adepts, should feel the highest respect for such lofty individuals.
    • Zarathustra-individuality dwelt.
    • Jesus-figures were such significant individualities, Jesus of
    • Christ-Individuality enters into the body of Jesus of Nazareth, this
    • Zarathustra-individuality, there dwelt in it no human individuality
    • Zarathustra-individuality dwelt in him. As we know, however, this
    • human nature was forsaken by the Zarathustra-individuality. Thus it
    • was that this human nature, directly the Christ-Individuality had
    • another significant individuality whom we regard as a true Adept. And
    • When we hear that the birth of this individuality took his mother by
    • Gospels. When we hear that the individuality grew up and surprised
    • Temple. When we are told that this individuality came to Rome and met
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    • shall speak more exactly about the gradual building up of the
    • personality of Jesus of Nazareth, and the Being and Individuality of
    • time be imperfect again. And because we wish to come gradually to a
    • become known to an unprepared individual — either if he were to
    • gradually prepared, and this preparation takes place in such a way
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    • Greek classical beauty and classical greatness, of the gradual
    • form is taken away from the human individuality. The human
    • individuality lives on without this form!’ If for the moment
    • that human individuality is drawn by longing, by desire, into the
    • individuality, which at birth comes down from divine-spiritual
    • external sheath. This means transforming the individuality so that it
    • It is not so much a question of what the individual thinks about the
    • of a special individuality of the carriage, but thou must clearly
    • would then turn to man and say: ‘Of the individual person thou
    • individuality breaks forth from the soul of Job in spite of all the
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    • came from any chance individual, would not have the power it had from
    • Christ Jesus are saturated throughout with individual details which
    • difference that he who in the Mysteries raised up the individual
    • He was there. And if these disciples, who had gradually come to the
    • through Christian evolution men are gradually made ready to put on
    • individual passes through the gate of death, Paul says: ‘With
    • Himself the residual effects that had come from Lucifer, but with no
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    • penetrated as far as the separate individuality in each man. Why was
    • four-membered human being we now regard as normal developed gradually
    • until then had been external to the physical body, was gradually
    • gradually form an impression of the very peculiar way in which this
    • of the physical body, and is what it is because the individual has
    • destruction of the Phantom, the force-bearer, is gradually taking
    • analogy offered by the coming into existence of a human individual.
    • he has gradually acquired in his downward evolution. Then think of
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    • Occult investigation shows that the individuality who was in the
    • individuality, with all the great and powerful inner forces which in
    • Hence we see the Zarathustra-individuality growing up in such a way
    • incarnation of so lofty an individuality, was only a highly developed
    • that in his twelfth year the individuality of Zarathustra, by an
    • teachings. It is characteristic of such an individuality, who rises
    • that the same individuality who appeared as Gautama Buddha in the
    • this same individuality, just as Buddhism has with Gautama Buddha in
    • been prepared earlier by the same individuality has again been
    • individuality passed over into his three-fold being.
    • characterised? It was because he was not a human individuality like
    • individuality of Zarathustra passed over from the Solomon Jesus-child
    • individuality of Zarathustra passed into him. We know also that this
    • individuality of Zarathustra in the Luke Jesus-child.
    • individuality, by the Luciferic and Ahrimanic forces. The Luke Gospel
    • three-fold bodies of other men. And this enabled the individuality of
    • we think of him as a lofty human individuality, for whose coming into
    • individuality. Our bodies enable our individuality to absorb the
    • gained for ourselves as individuals. Later on we shall see under what
    • the rule that the individuality should leave behind in his bodies
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    • into human evolution. The other question is: how can an individual
    • can the Christ-Impulse become effective for the individual? The
    • itself in those individuals who find a connection with the
    • objective side of the relationship of the individual to the
    • to find an answer to the question: ‘How does the individual now
    • find it possible gradually to take into himself that which comes
    • yielded definite results, these will gradually become matters of
    • individual who takes no esoteric path, but remains entirely in the
    • there is nevertheless an inner life, have fallen gradually into
    • entirely a concern of the individual soul. To anyone with an outlook
    • But the Divine element gradually became exhausted in the course of
    • objective, an act that cannot be accomplished by an individual, for
    • individual planets, has led finally to the universe being regarded as
    • became gradually accepted, a conception which alienated Nature more
    • pass over gradually into one another, and what was formerly right
    • will gradually pass over into something else when people are ready
    • evolution of humanity, but for each individual man. We shall be able
    • Christ-Impulse to every individual human soul.
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    • gradually. Anyone who is not prepared to wait for the relevant truths
    • place, and that the individual, through the feelings which affect his
    • is possible to describe how an individual, through the requisite
    • been characterised as Rosicrucian Initiation, i.e. what an individual
    • attraction is formed between the individual, in so far as he is
    • there only for individual men. Karma does not only balance the
    • preparation for it. The individual will no longer believe: ‘What
    • live on with me.’ And there is much else that the individual
    • will come about. The individual will know: ‘I am not alone.
    • individuality goes through repeated earth-lives. In the Gospels the
    • Buddhism the individual regards the question of how he goes from life
    • individual redemption, whereas for Lessing the essential question
    • idea of repeated earth-lives is not only a concern of the individual
    • individual. He only can be Christ's disciple who says: ‘I
    • incarnations. We shall understand how individuality, which is
    • the individual, as soon as he has reached a certain age and has
    • illuminated understanding of this Event, the individual must be
    • slandered individuality who lived about a century before our era. He
    • him. If an individuality from the remote past — Moses, for
    • was with the Christ individuality, to whom Jesus of Nazareth left the
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    • slow and very gradual — that man was actually lifted away from the
    • head and gradually brought about selfconsciousness in the physical
    • in multiple replicas was incorporated in various individuals dedicated
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    • gradually have developed a form nobler and more beautiful than could
    • utter darkness would gradually have closed in upon man in the ‘realm
    • over and above the karma which belongs to every individual human
    • circumstances the individual can be drawn into the sway of the
    • overtaken by such a destiny. An individual within some community may
    • capable of investigating the karma of an individual will in certain
    • that can be said is this: In the total karma of an individual,
    • not an isolated being but that every individual has to share jointly
    • karma of humanity in which the individual has also to share. The
    • anthroposophist that the karma of these individuals has nothing to do
    • which the individual members have to suffer, that just as such
    • promoted in the world simply because an individual is seeking for
    • possibility will be created for individuals themselves to have an
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    • began to pass through incarnations as an individual, as well as the
    • etheric being. By the time of Lemuria, through gradual densification,
    • The individual has inevitably to seek his well-being, his happiness,
    • at the expense of others. An individual who strives for higher
    • which developed gradually in the spiritual life of Europe. This fourth
    • nation or race there have been individuals of high spiritual
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    • the Cosmic All as the spirit of the individual man is for man. The
    • pantheistic sense, but as a Being far more personal and individual
    • than the human personality, the human individuality. It must be firmly
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    • man among men as other outstanding human individualities. Even before
    • developed individualities, the Manus, are called in the language of
    • next group of individualities were those who were already men among
    • whole evolution, we find three grades of individualities who have
    • individualities who long, long ago, in the far past, had already
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    • gradually waned. But it is precisely this which must be retained. Yet
    • thoughts before you. We have gradually lost our spiritual insight
    • individual expression of a moral activity that is an inner motive
    • power. Morality will be a creation of the individual himself, and the
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    • bound up with the ideal of the Gymnast, gradually changed, in Roman
    • Gymnast was gradually superseded by another type of human being.
    • of the individual human being, were most wonderfully arranged, so
    • develop in the playing, for it was known that when the individual
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    • development, a development of the individual. In this time, for
    • it also became apparent as regards the evolution of the individual,
    • individuality of man that it is the most inaccessible of all.
    • the tradition into humanity, all this was an affair of the individual
    • man's individuality, this needs a fine tact. What was necessary for
    • development of the individual man. The intensity with which he
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    • earthly gravity. And just as we gradually learn to relate the
    • individual etheric body or body of formative forces in man to the
    • out of the spirit. If we proceed in this way, thinking gradually
    • life-period, when feeling is gradually released from its connection
    • the seventh or eight years and then gradually frees itself. It is
    • this gradual process of detachment that we must assist, if we have
    • really inspires one's innermost being, gradually to release speech
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    • man gradually presses on to its independence during the process
    • distinctive movement of fingers and arms, in the individuality of the
    • still had this power of perception instinctively. It was gradually
    • nature of man, in order that the teachers might gradually learn what
    • makes man as an individual being into a social being, is in its inner
    • in its gradual loss of understanding of such writing as the Gospel of
    • picture to ourselves the dimness, the darkness, that gradually crept
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    • birth. It is the concern of the whole of mankind, of each individual
    • constitutes a physical training, for the child is not all individual.
    • in short, the whole individuality, may come to full expression in later
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    • artistic feeling. I am not here referring to the individual arts, but
    • Thus gradually
    • strong a tendency to the process of combustion. Man has gradually
    • gradually emerges from indefiniteness in the child's nature; to see
    • spiritual element in the body comes gradually to the surface. This
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    • of the hand, it will then have an individual character in which the eye
    • between the ninth and tenth years, gradually carrying it further
    • the child must gradually unite these ideas with his inmost nature. Then
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    • and the child gradually learns to draw an inner form corresponding to
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    • himself as an individual apart from the world. Before this age there
    • by physics and chemistry. These processes which should gradually lead
    • age when we can begin gradually of course to teach the rules of grammar
    • over gradually from an instinctive acquiring of language to the rational
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    • unfolding in the case of each individual child. Here we see how
    • suitable diet for the individual children. This is just as important
    • very different individualities of children. It has become the practice
    • life, it must gradually become out of the question to leave a child
    • individually in such a way that it will not be necessary for him to
    • irregularity in the nervous system. Individual treatment will do much
    • abnormal, our treatment must always be individual and we shall do
    • these symptoms of course take an individual form in each child and
    • one can make individual distinctions, is so necessary.) Such a child
    • and these must be repeated until they gradually become a habit. And
    • is a matter of individual treatment in every case. These qualities
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    • significance of modern education is that it is gradually undermining
    • children, a number of child-individualities with varying
    • educated in accordance with his individuality — that
    • quite concrete, individual human beings. That is the gist of
    • what is individual in the soul. And if we have absorbed such
    • individual child a whole world is revealed to him, and not only
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    • significance of modern education is that it is gradually undermining
    • individuality who entered life in a remarkable way. He was born
    • then proceeded to study certain individuals in whom something
    • arises out of a deepened observation of individual cases.
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    • significance of modern education is that it is gradually undermining
    • organism must gradually adapt itself to the outer world, but
    • what is of like nature with himself. He must only gradually
    • perceptions are quite undefined, and only gradually do they
    • religious feeling being gradually refined into a soul
    • fish (f...) and gradually I transfer the shape of the fish into
    • characters gradually to emerge from the painting-drawing and
    • literature must be allowed to grow gradually out of the living
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    • significance of modern education is that it is gradually undermining
    • gradually to find his own orientation in the world. I have
    • plant) he gradually grasps the idea that the earth is an
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    • significance of modern education is that it is gradually undermining
    • be applied to every individual child. Time must be devoted to
    • the teachers' conferences the individual child is spoken about
    • individual children, but above all the ability to appraise
    • consequence of this is that the teacher has gradually to
    • individual child with the attention that is necessary; and this
    • the world as a single individual and has absolutely no interest
    • stated when one comes to consider the individual classes. We do
    • individual pupils. One can take some particular class and study
    • composed of the different masculine and feminine individuals
    • way one learns to know the individuality of the different
    • “growing together” of the individualities of the
    • teachers and the individualities of the pupils, so that the
    • taken to develop his individuality. Then one day he went to a
    • that the writing of letters gradually ceased. The description
    • school who has not the individuality of a teacher, in body,
    • purely human attitude shows me that his individuality is
    • judged according to their human individualities and not
    • entirely to the individuality of the class teacher; each can do
    • what corresponds to his own individuality, and he does it. In
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    • significance of modern education is that it is gradually undermining
    • With us everything depends on the free individuality of each
    • if the aim is to achieve an individual and harmonious
    • widest possible interest in each individual child and nothing
    • teacher's comprehension of history gradually becomes that
    • the deepest individual impulse of the individual human soul. If
    • works out of his individual inner human being. This is a
    • the point at which they are able to experience what individual
    • gradual stages dries up the human being, makes out of him, as
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    • significance of modern education is that it is gradually undermining
    • accordance with his temperament, there is gradually
    • will gradually help to overcome the abnormality which, in the
    • effect, but it is a question of gradually breaking a habit, of
    • learnt, should have his potato ration gradually decreased, then
    • also able gradually to gain an insight into the effects
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    • significance of modern education is that it is gradually undermining
    • body of formative forces, this etheric body, which gradually in
    • you get a ratio of 4:1. Of course this varies individually in
    • “beautiful” or “ugly.” This gradually
    • shadow sides in the Waldorf School! Gradually one finds one's
    • taking the individual child into account, the result will be
    • individual child separately. Here theories do not help. To say
    • that he begins to be interested in individual human beings. If
    • gradual development. We come to the concept of growth, of
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    • significance of modern education is that it is gradually undermining
    • no longer personally bound up with what he does. Gradually a
    • is gradually undermining the significance of the world.
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    • significance of modern education is that it is gradually undermining
    • Gradually it has come about that scarcely a week goes by
    • in definite form is gradually becoming more and more defined in
    • gradually be borne in on people that it is based on absolutely
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    • soul and body forces of the individual. And so you will not be
    • what, apart from the place of the individual within a quite
    • individual. Imagine that we approach the child in this way
    • individual instances will be given): we say: “You
    • gradually came to simplify what you see there. In starting to
    • individual, whereas what is concerned with convention only
    • individual. We could not do this without focussing our
    • the individual is endowed. This will also dispose the
    • individual later to take an interest in the whole world as far
    • whole individual has not been cultivated. But it is not
    • unless a transformation of the individual occurs in what
    • true sense to-day. There are exceptions, when an individual can
    • development of the individual is mysterious, and the aim
    • development establishes the individual securely in life? So we
    • such a way that the individual can stand his ground in the
    • time, the individual concerned will not be equal to the battle
    • fact that the individual is born into the world with the desire
    • individual. Consequently, we must always cherish the idea that
    • individual into the higher being, into the
    • that we have an individual before us to teach and educate
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    • gradually the principles outlined in the last lecture. You will
    • antipathy from the individual. In such a case you see that you
    • again, the whole individual is active; for while sympathy and
    • intimately bound up with the whole life of the individual. A
    • develop a certain activity of the whole individual which
    • individual confronts the world. With what feelings does
    • long as we remain in the individual, in this microcosm, with
    • individual. In some manner every single thing reacts upon human
    • individuals are expressed by a kind of unconscious nuance, but,
    • rises every spring appears to proceed gradually every year, and
    • already present in the individual by appealing to his
    • dual being, “man,” by the methods tried in our
    • the child's life of will if you try to surround each individual
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    • with the fact that this duality of the artistic element comes
    • writings by Heinrich Heine for this duality to be evident
    • observe the world through conceptions, we should gradually
    • you will gradually realize that the form of nature really
    • quite wise gradually to pass from the purely abstract art which
    • individual who means well to humanity is faced with to-day,
    • plastically formative art tends to individualize people:
    • poetry; but they become more individual through plastic and
    • formative art. The individuality is better preserved by the
    • early become familiar with real poetry. The individual to-day
    • again, when the musical ear of the individual is cultivated he
    • for the evolution of the individual. We must not forget: In
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    • for the inner being of the individual to learn things by
    • associate myself with the individual of whom I use the
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    • individual people; very few in number, it is true. There are
    • orthography; they would be very individualistic. It would
    • not only our individuality in human intercourse, but also our
    • develop as individuals must be sacrificed where we have to meet
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    • on people to determine an individual's gift for forming ideas,
    • laboratory can only indirectly discover an individual's
    • thinking perception of the individual you can do it by
    • conquests remaining for the individual to make, and those
    • in this way to the soul-life of an individual who died recently
    • only divine what is demanded here by gradually developing a
    • with the quality of individuality in the child. But we can also
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    • each individual child between seven and fifteen years.
    • mouse so that you gradually produce in the child the feeling
    • horse, and the human being himself, you gradually awaken in the
    • (there are individual exceptions) the human being begins at
    • when the individual was more merged in nature, you could only
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    • grammatical rules. Gradually this came to be thought foolish,
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    • gradually allow writing to arise from painting-drawing. We
    • shall therefore gradually evolve the written forms from the
    • gradually to bring the children to the point of being able to
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    • map into which we gradually transmute our view of the country.
    • great ocean, and gradually open his eyes to the fact that there
    • individual peoples earlier than this, for, on the basis which I
    • then go on to combine geography gradually with history. You
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    • of the individual.
    • factory, and yet, as individuals, have not the slightest
    • individual in the most comprehensive sense, just as we employ
    • The individual, that is, would not only retain the knowledge of
    • acts and the self-possession with which the individual effects
    • individual's will-power and his capacity to make decisions. In
    • there should really be no single individual who has not learnt
    • single individual who has not been at one time trained to write
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    • teaching, that we are gradually nearing the mental insight from
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    • is an ideal of many a legislator gradually to issue as
    • comes upon the individual he loses his food-instincts; he must
    • based on the individual power of judgement. And you have seen
    • nature-study, because the individual at this stage still has a
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    • of uttering individual words, of stating individual ideas, of
    • thing: The teacher must be an individual of initiative in
    • smallest matters that concern the individual child. That is the
    • individual who never strikes a bargain with untruth. The
    • into teaching machines, but into free, independent, individual
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    • the immediate and individual relationship between the world and the
    • spends on the physical plane in such a way that he gradually becomes
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    • connection between the soul life of the individual human being and the
    • by perceiving the connection between the individual human being and
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    • call motive, so that when we speak of the will impulse in the individual
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    • not within the environment, nor is it in phenomena: only gradually,
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    • sleep is gradually wakened up into conscious will, a will that is
    • element in cognition, and you can gradually bring it about that the
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    • through authority; in third through individual judgment. Need to
    • conditions. We will try once more to descend gradually from the spirit
    • relationship to the world through his own individual judgment.
    • death gradually to permeate it with logic, with all that enables him
    • is mortal.” And the last thing you get is the individualised
    • different sides showing for example how men have gradually come to
    • “man” is only built up gradually; you cannot give the child
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    • inclined towards the world, the head more to the individual man. To
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    • The spirit and soul have yet gradually to awaken. The limb man is
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    • in individual human evolution, how far the shape, the form of the
    • each individual illness corresponds with some form in the plant world.
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    • gradually draw the spirit into us. When we stretch out our hand with a
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    • that the power of judgment gradually develops.) We must arouse the
    • would have to consider how he could gradually learn to apply what he
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    • gradually goes over into the life of the nerves.
    • Now, as the child gradually accomplishes the changing of teeth, when
    • re-think our logic after us, he will gradually become weary. Also in
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    • every individual child. And for this we need a, general human science.
    • is only approximate, since it naturally varies with every individual,
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    • unsuitable for the outer world. They are inherited. Gradually above
    • to educate this very intelligent individual that he may grow up to be
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    • If the process of the change of teeth in a child is gradual even more
    • gradual is that great transformation in the bodily, psychic and
    • it is important to remember that the child is gradually changing from
    • the child. It does not merely say: the individuality must be
    • can gradually evolve the letter f. Thus we derive the form of the
    • gradually from the M that vibrates on the lips to M.
    • intellectually, you will gradually be able to derive from the child's
    • Along these lines, moreover, there is scope for the individuality of
    • which the teacher learns to do only gradually, and in course of time.
    • And only through this slow and gradual learning can one come really to
    • have a true regard for the child's individuality.
    • that we can turn all our attention and individual power to the form in
    • gradually introduce him to the external world. The child acquires a
    • the individuality of man. Or one can take the moral and psychic
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    • human individuality. Every child is a different being, and what I have
    • individual. We are helped provisionally by the fact that the children
    • of weight opposes the intention of the soul. Thus it gradually comes
    • choleric and we must treat the child by trying gradually to subdue the
    • misunderstand me — the raging of the child near him gradually
    • ever closer and closer touch with the individuality of the child, his
    • personality. To-day many people say you must educate individually.
    • Yes, but first you must discover the individual. First you must know
    • understand the temperament can you find your way to the individuality.
    • in the abstract: we must educate the individuality. We must erst be
    • able to find the individuality by going intimately through a knowledge
    • Then gradually we shall draw near to what is entirely individual in
    • that a teacher has to do at any moment with an individual child comes
    • treat each child individually. We have an opportunity of working
    • individually with the child because he has to do everything himself.
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    • individual teacher as it is, in the human organism, to understand the
    • individuality.
    • we had to proceed in accordance with the individualities of the
    • individual fantasy of any child.
    • ones have done it, but we intend to introduce it gradually into the
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    • know the individuality of a child very accurately — as you will
    • quite individually, so much so that he is happiest when he has the
    • up between individual teachers and individual children. This means
    • possible really to bring out a child's individual disposition; —
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    • before in these lectures that man has gradually come to be regarded by
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    • gradually over into the hygienic-therapeutic.
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    • was given and in which — since the individual sounds were always
    • The entire individual person is thereby expressed.
    • in the expression of himself as a complete individuality. He might be
    • it as it affects the whole individual, as I have said
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    • we consider the consonants individually, let us contemplate the following.
    • individual sounds have a nuance of feeling, namely, which is deeply
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    • individualizing on the one side, the abstractly felt on the other. When
    • thus able to gradually develop instinctively that which has to do with
    • how they will gradually degenerate. That is something which Switzerland
    • the task, however, to gradually transmute the unconscious activity of
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    • in the individual potentialities (“Kraftentitäten”,
    • active forces. Man will become free; he will gradually become free even
    • One should concern oneself in each individual case with the breathing
    • in the individual case. You will certainly observe that this respiratory
    • process will be carried on individually, continued in varying manners
    • welfare of the movement is dependent in each individual instance upon
    • should not be disturbed by the demands arising from an individual's
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    • to create correlatives in human movement for the individual sounds,
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    • impulses were taken up by certain individuals specially fitted to
    • gradually realise that the breath which we expel from our lungs, our
    • one finds that the individual sounds form themselves, as it were, into
    • different languages, because each individual language proceeds from a
    • freedom of the human being, but that each individual should feel
    • be learned about the individual movements.
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    • able to become a vegetarian or not; it is an individual matter.
    • of protein, he will be a well-nourished individual. This has led to
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    • fruit, he will gradually condemn his body to a very sluggish
    • And now perhaps you may still like to ask some individual questions?
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    • many individuals. Schopenhauer says that the true artist reproduces
    • in color. Gradually, man expands his consciousness throughout that
    • world. Man gradually learns to see what is called the astral body of
    • and the actual individualized human soul, the content. The latter
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    • us turn from the standpoint of significant individuals such as
    • astral world, and he feels afloat in a great, deep peace. Gradually,
    • this world, and gradually he experiences as precious recognition the
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    • an individuality who lived on earth some fifteen or sixteen hundred
    • Bach's grandfather another individuality was incarnated. The
    • father is yet again a different individuality, and another incarnates
    • itself in the son. These three individualities have absolutely
    • us assume we are dealing with a number of individualities who happen
    • would the predisposition have if the individuals could not incarnate
    • in bodies possessing a musical ear? These individualities would have
    • Hence, these individualities naturally feel themselves drawn to a
    • physical plane exerts a power of attraction on the individuality
    • above in Devachan. Even if the individual's spiritual sojourn
    • individuality will make up the 200 years during his next time in
    • basis of incarnation, which depends not only on the individuality
    • individual had to incarnate, because the circumstance drew him down
    • physical plane. Man has an individual soul here on earth, whereas the
    • body. During that age, the “I” gradually united with
    • bodies.” Gradually, however, the soul above became coarser and
    • individualities descending to incarnation had to seek out the family
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    • gradually develops to the point at which it becomes adjusted to this
    • becoming gradually accustomed to the spiritual world.
    • the earth after death, he gradually begins to see the planets as well
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    • also be individualized. Each person has his own experience regarding
    • individual members. I arrived at a sevenfold from a ninefold
    • divide the individual members of man. You can say that those other
    • for individual musical compositions, you will be able to sense that
    • in form. The individual intervals thus are contained in the forms as
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    • people do individually or together. In focusing on the activity of
    • their individuality. As the world of thoughts passes from the form
    • him as objective outer world. This came about only gradually in human
    • single tone, at which time the secret of individual tone will be
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    • Individual Spiritual Beings Working in the Human Soul.
    • essentially individual facts come before his soul's eye. And then a
    • analyses the matter, if one considers who the individuals thus sent to
    • task of putting certain individuals to death. Evidence of its activity
    • with the faculty for learning certain secrets. The individuals who
    • because of this, individuals intending evil to humanity and who in
    • few individuals.
    • This trend — and it is already perceptible in some individuals
    • hands of individuals who will use it for their own ends ... or whether
    • gradually down to the Earth from the last third of the nineteenth
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    • Individual Spiritual Beings Working in the Human Soul.
    • is in danger of becoming a worship of the Angelos of each individual
    • individual has his own God, merely imagining that he shares with
    • monotheist of today has only his own individual Angelos and because
    • If this state of things were to continue, individuals would develop,
    • it by material considerations. The individual has to be trained, so to
    • both slow and gradual. And in our present century, for the first time,
    • time still — these things are only gradually approaching —
    • realities of the times is so very necessary. Thought will gradually
    • world — not these individual treatments.
    • will become increasingly possible for certain individuals to embark
    • said that certain individuals are deprived of life here and sent into
    • individual case. A recovery of spiritual vitality, unbroken effort and
    • effect with the Angels who guard the individuals concerned. This is
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    • is that records such as the Gospels were composed by individuals
    • other were apportioned to different individuals. In certain
    • to allow other individuals to omit the stage of Imagination and to
    • co-operation. Each individual who had renounced the faculty of
    • consciousness into the spiritual world learns gradually to read this
    • belonged to a different individuality altogether — not by any
    • being, the individual streams all take different directions, and in
    • unite in the present individual. This cannot be done all at once. For
    • those who do not notice everything said about an individual by men
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    • evolution, gradually rising higher and higher, until at the time of
    • him an Individuality who had lived many times on Earth and in the
    • Bodhisattvas from still another side and you will gradually perceive
    • Buddha had first to be a Bodhisattva; individual development to the
    • human nature. They came into existence and developed gradually. What
    • loftier than themselves. Individualities who, though themselves
    • higher, non-incarnated Individualities, existed at all times. For
    • Individuality who, in the Mysteries, was able to commune with higher,
    • bestowed from above, but were now gradually to become human
    • through him as an individual — that Being is a
    • future to develop them in their own natures. Thus the Individuality
    • Individuality now for the first time drew completely into human
    • task of that supremely great Individuality usually called the
    • mankind has developed gradually. Attention has repeatedly been drawn
    • surrounded by an etheric cloud that has gradually become entirely
    • faculties connected with the senses. Man was gradually to emerge
    • clairvoyance gradually to die away; vestiges that persisted did not,
    • world. But it was only gradually that Buddha could attain the rank he
    • Individuality whose power now rayed down from spiritual heights upon
    • Individuality, and having ‘the Holy Spirit upon him’ he was
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    • yesterday that even an Individuality of this lofty rank must live
    • Buddha describes how while still a Bodhisattva he gradually rose to
    • indicated to his disciples how he had gradually worked his way to
    • greatness and significance of the Individuality who incarnated at
    • Earth evolution men will gradually come to recognize the content of
    • called his ‘present individuality’ — in Buddhism,
    • world, each man brought with him individual capacities which distinguished
    • for his ‘Name and Form’, his individuality — this builds
    • was responsible for the gradual establishment of ‘contact with the
    • Samskara but towards acquiring those that gradually become his own as
    • gradually lead to the extinction of the thirst for existence with its
    • with the astral nature of some individual on the Earth. Such a union
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    • rudimentary form gradually make their appearance. The child grows
    • alone had prevailed, nowhere could such an Individuality, nowhere
    • gradual evolution, was destined to add the Ego, the fourth principle
    • and Saturn; and through propagation the souls gradually returning to
    • found in any single individual who had worked in the world outside.
    • the greatest Individualities who have worked in the course of human
    • that this Individuality rose to higher and higher stages during his
    • to review all the Individualities whose powers were unfolded at that
    • Buddhism. Zarathustra was a great and unique Individuality, an
    • Manu. A great individualised power (eine grosse individuelle Kraft)
    • had there been nurtured and fostered. This individualised power, this
    • ‘Individuality’, was then sent down into the child born of the
    • These pristine forces of the Adam-Individuality were
    • will seem to modern humanity, that the Individuality who had been led
    • humanity truths that were gradually to arise in humanity itself. He
    • understanding of what gradually led up to that Event, we must still
    • child too a great Individuality was living, but the child had a
    • Individuality who had once taught the mysteries of Ahura Mazdao to
    • Chaldea. This Individuality was none other than Zarathustra. The
    • was born the Individuality who had once worked in ancient Persia as
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    • They are borne by Beings, by Individualities. When
    • be presented by an Individuality, and when these spiritual streams
    • happen in the Individualities who are the bearers of the
    • task to give accounts of the two Individualities who were the actual
    • necessarily entailed slow and gradual preparation. We have heard how
    • the Solomon line bore within him the Individuality who, as
    • represented by actual Individualities, we have the stream of Buddhism
    • Zarathustra-Individuality, from whom the people of ancient Persia had
    • gradually drawing near and one day He will live in a body on the
    • developed as compassion and love by men individually, through their
    • gradually fathom the profundities of the Eightfold Path. This
    • the task of the Bodhisattva who became Buddha. We see how individual
    • tasks are allotted to the great Individualities when we find in
    • Individuality incarnated as Zarathustra in ancient Persia was
    • gradually appear, out of the previous state of ignorance, the ‘six
    • the Individuality incarnated in Zarathustra was able to achieve. So
    • two pupils: the Individualities who appeared again later on as the
    • Individualities were again incarnated in order to carry forward their
    • the power of his Individuality, inaugurating and influencing Egyptian
    • such an Individuality is destined to fulfil a great mission. The Ego
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    • individualities concerned stand before our mind's eye as living
    • emulate in order that each individual may eventually discover from
    • whole Individuality. In the religious thought of Western Asia this
    • kind of union of a higher Individuality with a physical body was called
    • beings, be bearers of the full powers of an Individuality whose mission
    • ancient Hebrew people Individualities such as the Prophets and
    • had to be Individualities who were not wholly contained in the human
    • and the other in the spiritual world. Elijah was an Individuality of
    • physical processes the Individuality who has been incarnated
    • be so in the case of an Individuality such as Elijah. Other forces
    • had to intervene, concerned with the part of the Individuality that
    • Individualities are incarnated they appear as men who are
    • When this Individuality was born again he was to unite with the body
    • But in him we have to do with an Individuality who in his earlier
    • mother's womb. The Elijah-Individuality in earlier times had not descended
    • he makes of himself as an individual!’ — Buddha aroused the
    • wrath of the Brahmans because he emphasized the individual quality in
    • qualities and efforts should make of himself a purified individual.’
    • We now know something of another Individuality of whom the Gospel of
    • conditions revealing themselves gradually in the course of the ages;
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    • This transition does not come about suddenly, but gradually,
    • periods too, the process is a gradual one. As is described in greater
    • is called the sentient soul becomes gradually free. At the
    • undergone the destinies of the Zarathustra-Individuality through many
    • of the names for this Being who was gradually approaching the Earth from
    • lofty spiritual regions and was only gradually approaching the Earth.
    • sick man, then a corpse, thus becoming gradually aware of the
    • and will are at man's personal disposal. Hence the individual
    • individual character, however, ceases immediately we pass from
    • individual can form thoughts that are his alone. If thoughts were as
    • individual as feelings we should never understand one another. Thus
    • Everywhere on the Earth, therefore, we can find individual men with
    • individual feelings and individual impulses of will; but thinking is
    • an individual etheric body at the Baptism by John. The Divine-Spiritual
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    • the deeds of Christ Jesus — that is, of the Individuality who
    • Such an effect can only very gradually become possible; nevertheless
    • gradually gain greater strength in the souls of men and therewith the
    • level at which we once stood can only be very gradual.
    • truths can be unveiled only very gradually, but this will be done in
    • Men must gradually
    • beings who must gradually acquire the capacity to recognize and
    • in the wake of the Individuality concerned, rise to the heights of a
    • by the soul-and-spirit over the physical gradually fell away from
    • of the Individuality now in Christ Jesus and how the evil power
    • shows that by the power of his Individuality, effects were produced not
    • perceive that what is here being shown is that this Individuality had
    • health as an individual from the health of the whole of humanity.
    • gradually become master of the astral body, the etheric body and the
    • only by degrees. But men will gradually grasp with such intensity and
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    • — admittedly less rapidly and more gradually but for all that
    • individuals can understand what is being said here.’ This statement
    • not an individual will become Christian does not depend upon his personal
    • would gradually become possessed of wisdom at a high level — wisdom
    • but under the influence of an Individuality to unfold it as living
    • living power of love is germinating. It is this that must gradually become
    • allows it gradually to become the possession of the human Ego itself.
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    • in the course of the incarnations of an individual human being? It
    • this must inevitably be a gradual process. Just as a plant cannot
    • souls would gradually become ready to receive this teaching. What was
    • conscious but be filled only gradually with the forces it was
    • constitution, when this had been duly prepared, the Individuality of
    • must now, in imitation of Christ, gradually develop what was present
    • shall always appear on Earth individuals able to bring the truth that
    • for Individualities to appear later on and care for the spiritual
    • that Individuality who continued to work as ‘John’, from
    • of an Individuality who would bring to humanity in a form compatible
    • How an Individuality was ‘awakened’ by Christ for this
    • ‘awakening’, an Initiation. The Individuality in the body of
    • is implanted into the soul, and the individual has to wait until the
    • an indication to the effect that the Individuality awakened by Christ
    • for the subsequent appearance of an Individuality able to bring
    • of the Individuality who had been awakened in the young man of Nain
    • Himself regard this Individuality? He said that before His own coming
    • what is produced by the seeds must be gradually developed and
    • the ‘Masters’, that is, by higher Individualities. The facts now
    • symbolized the old way in which man gradually attained knowledge and
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    • outline of this gradual development, you can find in it, if you
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    • was the conception which everyone else had of each individual. This
    • individuals, were not really alive in the members, but each one had
    • made to a leading individual — let us call him X. During the
    • emanated from him. The spectral ideas about leading individuals were
    • individual member, the Society itself had what might be described as
    • very hard as individual human beings. But as a society it hardly
    • Everyone feels that he is an individual, and forgets altogether that
    • the way in which what was to become anthroposophy gradually emerged
    • to the individual. When the individual begins to be repeated we have
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    • which has been made. But it is precisely because individual human
    • beings participate in the spiritual life as discerning individuals
    • that embedded in the individual psyche there are all kinds of
    • remark that the modern age had escaped from the dualism of the Middle
    • rejection of dualism. I was annoyed by the vague, pantheistic
    • of the Middle Ages, to the terrible dualism of scholasticism, I
    • obscurantist, specifically in respect of the dualism of Thomism and
    • malicious intent of a few individuals. It has to be seen as something
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    • scribblings to which these things have gradually given rise.
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    • individual mystery centres were harmonized and unified. Thus what was
    • by the communities of the church and then published in individual
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    • more marked as the focus of the Theosophical Society gradually moved
    • the movement had begun to develop gradually in Berlin, Munich,
    • atomistic endeavours gradually subside, and there was a gradual
    • The Spiritual Guidance of the Individual and Humanity
    • aura around the individual whom he wants to idolize. The latter then
    • will say: “Oh, that individual is aware of three or four
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    • 1908, 1909 — we gradually worked out the inner spiritual
    • Irrespective of the fact that individual anthroposophists
    • the individual actions of our lives.
    • opinions are held only by individuals. The Society does not have an
    • opinion. And that should be expressed in the way that individuals
    • individual.
    • society, with individual contributions from all of them.
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    • element is active in the development of the world, how the individual
    • The laws which were discovered in nature were the individual roses.
    • to what was called ethical individualism. Ethical
    • individualism, because the source of the moral impulses in each
    • individual had to be shown to reside in that divine element with
    • principle within human beings in their capacity as individuals. That
    • conditions which allow such results to emerge gradually. If that were
    • it has to be lived. It must gradually become a reality. That will
    • individual, whatever their situation, has acted in a spirit which is
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    • follow in great detail the first human egg-cell; how it gradually
    • when the primeval wisdom was gradually diffused from the East, and
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    • our mundane way, see each individual in sharply defined outlines
    • of the auric cloud to the right and left with the individuals as
    • individual to action. Today it would be considered to be a
    • is reached in gradual stages, we say that a totally different world
    • than others, such an individual has taken the first steps towards
    • which everything stands revealed — the individual human form,
    • and the individual lions attached to it like the balls, the whole
    • applies to your mode of perception. You see the individual lions
    • being, and the individual lions seemingly suspended like the moving
    • balls. These individual lions are manifestations of the
    • impose your ego on all and sundry. This the individual lion cannot
    • them the individual lions are so many balls dancing at the end of a
    • all other sense-impressions, and he will gradually fall
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    • consciousness. Then we gradually transpose ourselves into this
    • spheres which, as it were, have become our abode. Thus we gradually
    • gradually come to understand man through his relationship with the
    • copper. Then we do not experience a gradual transition towards
    • gradually increases. Everything seems to be in a state of inner
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    • gradually fade and die, saw replete with life and vitality the nature
    • different way and that in the course of time it had gradually been
    • out from the Temple of Ephesus were gradually lost to view in the
    • avenues of majestic trees were gradually lost to view in the distant
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    • and rock formations. Then we gradually draw nearer. When we set foot
    • mountain which are gradually lost to view. Out of this union is born
    • environment gradually encompasses us. A new world arises, the world
    • but inferior and non-individualized.
    • clairvoyance have gradually been lost.
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    • continued vibrations of the astral body. The individual is caught up
    • prepare selected individuals for Initiation. This practice was
    • gradually came to believe that only the physical world was
    • of the Earth is gradually lost.
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    • spiritual relationship to an individuality such as Brunetto Latini
    • much less need for the Initiate to enter personally or individually
    • Cosmos as a stellar being, so to speak, not as an individual
    • intercourse with mankind they observed how writing gradually evolved.
    • emanation is the ever-present light emanation. In every individual,
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    • shadowy elements, the residual weight of the brain, the remnants of
    • individual who makes use of these chemical emanations and the beings
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    • this level of consciousness, we gradually contact earthly
    • disappeared. Isolated individuals, either by spiritual means or
    • dream life. Individuals have at all times been able to penetrate into
    • all possibility of danger is excluded. We can gradually participate
    • features. Since man has gradually lost his clairvoyance, he must
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    • the moonlight gradually loses its character of external radiance. We
    • gradually rises in the night consciousness that has been wooed
    • imaginative apprehension of this organ, when he gradually begins to
    • the total being of man. The path that starts from the individual
    • own way, by inviting certain individuals for laboratory tests. But
    • to arrive gradually at a scientific explanation.
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    • investigated only by individual Initiates, people claim that they
    • the individual who manifests abnormal forms of knowledge to
    • germ, gradually assume human form, and how during earthly life their
    • it gradually decreases and a decline sets in. This process, of
    • we perceive the gradual burgeoning of the astral and Ego within the
    • organs do not die. The individual organs take their path into that
    • cremation the faster. We can follow the individual organs as they
    • becomes evil through his individual organs; in his organs lies the
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    • follow in great detail the first human egg-cell; how it gradually
    • when the primeval wisdom was gradually diffused from the East, and
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    • our mundane way, see each individual in sharply defined outlines
    • of the auric cloud to the right and left with the individuals as
    • individual to action. Today it would be considered to be a
    • is reached in gradual stages, we say that a totally different world
    • than others, such an individual has taken the first steps towards
    • which everything stands revealed — the individual human form,
    • and the individual lions attached to it like the balls, the whole
    • applies to your mode of perception. You see the individual lions
    • being, and the individual lions seemingly suspended like the moving
    • balls. These individual lions are manifestations of the
    • impose your ego on all and sundry. This the individual lion cannot
    • them the individual lions are so many balls dancing at the end of a
    • all other sense-impressions, and he will gradually fall
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    • consciousness. Then we gradually transpose ourselves into this
    • spheres which, as it were, have become our abode. Thus we gradually
    • gradually come to understand man through his relationship with the
    • copper. Then we do not experience a gradual transition towards
    • gradually increases. Everything seems to be in a state of inner
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    • gradually fade and die, saw replete with life and vitality the nature
    • different way and that in the course of time it had gradually been
    • out from the Temple of Ephesus were gradually lost to view in the
    • avenues of majestic trees were gradually lost to view in the distant
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    • and rock formations. Then we gradually draw nearer. When we set foot
    • mountain which are gradually lost to view. Out of this union is born
    • environment gradually encompasses us. A new world arises, the world
    • but inferior and non-individualized.
    • clairvoyance have gradually been lost.
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    • continued vibrations of the astral body. The individual is caught up
    • prepare selected individuals for Initiation. This practice was
    • gradually came to believe that only the physical world was
    • of the Earth is gradually lost.
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    • spiritual relationship to an individuality such as Brunetto Latini
    • much less need for the Initiate to enter personally or individually
    • Cosmos as a stellar being, so to speak, not as an individual
    • intercourse with mankind they observed how writing gradually evolved.
    • emanation is the ever-present light emanation. In every individual,
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    • shadowy elements, the residual weight of the brain, the remnants of
    • individual who makes use of these chemical emanations and the beings
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    • this level of consciousness, we gradually contact earthly
    • disappeared. Isolated individuals, either by spiritual means or
    • dream life. Individuals have at all times been able to penetrate into
    • all possibility of danger is excluded. We can gradually participate
    • features. Since man has gradually lost his clairvoyance, he must
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    • the moonlight gradually loses its character of external radiance. We
    • gradually rises in the night consciousness that has been wooed
    • imaginative apprehension of this organ, when he gradually begins to
    • the total being of man. The path that starts from the individual
    • own way, by inviting certain individuals for laboratory tests. But
    • to arrive gradually at a scientific explanation.
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    • investigated only by individual Initiates, people claim that they
    • the individual who manifests abnormal forms of knowledge to
    • germ, gradually assume human form, and how during earthly life their
    • it gradually decreases and a decline sets in. This process, of
    • we perceive the gradual burgeoning of the astral and Ego within the
    • organs do not die. The individual organs take their path into that
    • cremation the faster. We can follow the individual organs as they
    • becomes evil through his individual organs; in his organs lies the
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    • science should enter into modern life. Gradually we shall
    • years. It is coming slowly and gradually. It has already
    • in many ways than an individual human being. It is only
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    • which must gradually arise in the course of the spiritual
    • astral body, with its sevenfold organisation, individual
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    • what must be undergone by the individual who wishes to set in
    • experiences awaits the one who is to be gradually led by his
    • come there will be individuals who will feel what is
    • also the whole of our soul life, we gradually penetrate the
    • movement is, that as a result of this movement, individuals
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    • human souls will gradually acquire more and more of this
    • words that can only gradually be understood, you might be
    • time gradually came when people were almost stifled by
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    • writing of the stars, and the world will gradually come to
    • the individual tones will be discovered in this experience
    • gradually reach the point of becoming so perceptive for
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    • natural-scientific approach mankind has gradually acquired
    • what is gradually unfolding in the growing child, as the
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    • will gradually — though
    • ‘gradually’ will be quite a long time —
    • they will gradually turn into something he does naturally,
    • Goetheanum. Even if one or another individual cannot be
    • or another individual co-operating only as a spiritual being,
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    • a principle of all art is gradually being complied with,
    • individuals. But the levels of human existence to which we
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    • individual items. We must be able to realize that what we examine
    • gradually decreased, not only was air formed but also water. Thus we
    • is no longer able to live in the womb environment and must gradually
    • the potentiality of the physical human being is there, and gradually
    • and mineral gradually evolved as the entire cosmic body with which
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    • minerals were gradually deposited from the former dense fluid.
    • gradual preparatory conditions. The whole subject is indeed difficult
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    • consciousness as the earth gradually died. And so mankind evolves on
    • Some time ago I gave certain individuals the task of
    • were gradually finding out that they were not glowing gases but
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    • how the earth has gradually evolved and how man was always present
    • That the earth has not evolved simply and gradually,
    • formed is this, that there were once ape-like animals which gradually
    • gradually evolved. And then people developed various ideas of how man
    • Then the earth gradually changed into the form it has
    • boggy, slimy, albumen-like condition gradually changed into the
    • present water and gradually brought about a change in these fish-men.
    • gradually grew out again into high foreheads. It was just in a
    • ground gradually sank. The humans we dig up today in the south of
    • men did not live merely as animals, gradually perfecting themselves
    • piece of bread. He takes it into his mouth; there it gradually
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    • study of the world. You have seen how the human race gradually built
    • name, it has been entirely Europeanized. Its people have gradually
    • ruler, our ruler must be like that; individual men differ, but he
    • the sun rules in the universe. The individual planets, Venus,
    • and the laws then have to be applied to individual cases.
    • had was what each individual could judge in his individual situation.
    • preceding Christianity, individuals like Lao Tse
    • In this way they would gradually have had twenty or thirty heads
    • turn their culture gradually into a religious one — which up to
    • it; then he can examine the condition of the individual organs
    • learn. Gradually they began to look within themselves, learned to
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    • is able to become a vegetarian or not; it is an individual matter.
    • individual. This has led to the fact in this materialistic age that
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    • must have. If he neglects to eat fruit, he will gradually condemn his
    • individual questions?
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    • originally perfect and gradually degenerated to his present state of
    • imperfect, like some kind of higher animal, and that he gradually
    • speak of the human body we will have to say: Man's body has gradually
    • developed gradually to its present state of perfection. There is no
    • the men who want to found everything on power would gradually take on
    • gradually to know the “superior” men before being
    • of man which gradually developed in the course of human evolution
    • free will. Free will developed gradually-but not wisdom. Wisdom was
    • human beings had spirit without intellect; then the spirit gradually
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    • value is gradually discovered. As a rule, the soil in gardens where
    • gradually penetrate into practical life.
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    • long will naturally have some difficulty and only gradually be able
    • concern itself with scientific details, but every individual ought at
    • meteors. Gradually through the centuries it is throwing off its
    • good side to this as well — we'll gradually all suffer from
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    • importance who owns the capital, whether a single individual or
    • respects to the other science. But it will develop gradually into a
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    • clear impression of these transition periods through individuals who lived in
    • towards the outlook of the coming age. I shall be naming an individual of
    • an individual of whom even less is known than is known about Shakespeare, a
    • individual spiritual researcher in accord with the constitution of the soul
    • must now understand. But reason can now be the judge of what an individual
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    • man, who can point to lower forms of life which evolve gradually into higher
    • individual, talents and abilities showing forth — many people still
    • more he radiates from the centre of his individual self, the nearer he
    • the Ego in the soul leads to its own gradual awakening. Development occurs in
    • aware of himself as an individual who stands apart from his environment and
    • anger to react to something wrong, we advance gradually to enlightened
    • independence and selflessness; that is its dual mission as an educator of
    • individual. Thus the wrath of Zeus falls on Prometheus and extinguishes the
    • individual human Ego is checked and driven back on itself when it has to
    • sweeps through the soul of an individual, his Ego, striving for
    • far-reaching truths which are valid both for individuals and for humanity
    • the individual soul. Thus in Prometheus chained to the Caucasian rock
    • will be succeeded by Christ Jesus, and the individual Ego will itself be
    • picture, universally relevant, of how the individual experiences the
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    • time it gradually transforms the powers of the soul and makes it capable of
    • individuality. If we then try to eliminate these influences from our search
    • their individual outlooks. It will then become clear that the most varied
    • endeavour to get away from himself. This can be achieved only gradually; but
    • inwardly. We are drawn gradually into unity with the phenomena we experience.
    • individual character. He explains that he is there to experience the past,
    • all-round grasping of truth the entire human race, and not only individuals,
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    • not find indefinite feelings arising from the depths, but feelings gradually
    • cultivating a sense of truth, the Ego is drawn gradually into the
    • gradually build up from them what we call moral ideals. Reverence is
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    • the most spiritual of the senses, gradually fade away, because he is no
    • yet be seen to be developing gradually in the course of his life.
    • exterior and gradually shape his character, in so far as this is determined
    • in a certain sense man has an inborn character, but one that gradually
    • encounter a quite individual method of presentation which shows that Rotteck,
    • a strictly individual context. It is absurd to suppose that phrenology can
    • is shaped by forces derived from his previous life, and in every individual
    • recognising their effects in individuals. The formation of the skull is
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    • person's will instead of his own, he will gradually lose those healthy
    • training as those we have described. Again there may be a dual result. It may
    • these forces, so that the functioning of the body gradually weakens, and the
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    • individual men, in the individual human Ego, as beautiful, true and perfect
    • plant has risen to the highest expression of its individual being, it is on
    • the plant, its individuality — as we may call it — which achieves
    • species and to exist as an individual. We shall come to know the true form
    • a human being from the time of his birth and see how his faculties gradually
    • him happiness, if he can gradually bring about harmony between the
    • imagined it could achieve an individual existence apart from the rest of the
    • individual had broken free from certain ties with his social environment. One
    • experiences, so as to show how life works upon this individuality in order to
    • Goethe says that the whole human race can be regarded as a great individual,
    • those he prefers. In this way the individual characteristics of the pupils
    • detriment of his own individuality, the rule is that garments are exchanged
    • promoting his inner freedom as an individual.
    • highest degree a union of the individual Ego with the great Self of the
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    • oneself correctly to life, will gradually enable a man to kill off the desire
    • from a recognition that everything in an individual life bears fruits which
    • successive incarnations this wisdom was gradually lost. The appearance of the
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    • is gradually becoming more free from these effects on his sentient body, we
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    • people. And since a language is common to a people, the individual is
    • hand our individual spiritual life and on the other the spiritual life of the
    • individual soul, a soul transfused with an ego, which makes every human being
    • into a self-contained individuality. Before the human being became such a
    • What occurs in the human being as individual soul in each
    • family. A whole species of animal has a common group-soul. The individual
    • before man became an individual soul another soul was working in the three
    • science, a soul which was the precursor of our individual ego. And this
    • just as the individual parts of a pipe do not produce the tone. Our ego
    • which were initially only imitation. By this process gradually those
    • as the various languages may be — that even in the individual human
    • comes about that the individual sounds combine to form a whole
    • individual imitative sounds one step further and transforms them into symbols
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    • often much wiser than the individual human consciousness — has endowed
    • worked on by the individuality, the ego that goes on from life to life,
    • taken on the individual character that belongs to it, it cannot express a
    • the ego, the individuality, which tries to place itself in harmony with the
    • to the individual egohood which dwells in every human being. The animal is
    • or species. In the human realm every person has his own individual
    • understanding the essential nature of a being or a thing. Individual
    • of man is the individuality which goes on and develops from life to life,
    • With man, by contrast, we speak of an individual penetrating right into his
    • to his environment springs from his individual ego. Thus the special
    • — all this can occur in man only. The more the individuality of the
    • gradually become the guide and leader of his own development. If we
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    • individual mystical experience passed through by the soul as its most
    • description of individual experience has to be relied on. But from the basic
    • this general account of mysticism to individual mystics, we often encounter
    • inner experience of individuals takes various forms, so that the experiences
    • for these individual variations in description and representation that we can
    • inward, and has an individual character derived from the mystic's
    • mysticism an individual colouring. Hence the expressions used by a mystic and
    • individual. In studying mysticism, accordingly, we shall find value in
    • and something made of them from whatever point of development the individual
    • learning gradually to see into spiritual realms, and that mysticism in the
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    • stirring the soul either to discover gradually the little spark, if it is
    • ourselves through our individual powers. If there were not something
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    • originates. Animal existence takes place without individual, personal
    • knowledge because the animal does not have an individual ego. The animal
    • and truth has to be found through the individual truths which illuminate one
    • human being will gradually learn to recognise and grasp with the forces which
    • not limit our knowledge but lead us gradually into a living knowledge because
    • conclusions, but it will let the experience ripen in order gradually to
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    • If we examine the human soul, comparing one individual with
    • discussing the individual peculiarities of human souls we touch on something
    • individual between birth and death as following always a uniform course. For
    • individual is positive or negative, for he will exhibit each characteristic
    • while we might fail to convince an individual of something, it becomes
    • themselves, so that their individual soul life and ego-sense may be
    • from impressions made by individuals on one another and come to impressions
    • individual understanding, and because it renounces everything that
    • positive and negative alternate, not only in individuals but in the whole
    • life of man, and we see how this contributes to raising both the individual
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    • individual divisions and to state that in fact no firm line exists between a
    • establish monism everywhere, will accuse us of being dualists because we
    • But such people should also admit the horrible dualism of the chemist
    • shown that we have to distinguish individual members within the outer and the
    • here. For the three individual soul members are only modifications of the
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    • individual's breast which determines with irresistible power what is
    • Conscience appears to every individual as something holy in the human breast,
    • clear ideas as to what he should and should not do, then gradually, through
    • heard by the individual as saying “This you must do, and that you must
    • activity of the ego developed by gradual stages, and we shall understand how
    • man first has to work slowly upon himself in order that his ego may gradually
    • whole process of human development, which led gradually to the concept of
    • of our ego. Thus we look on conscience as a most sacred individual
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    • its gradual development through long ages, was not present in the far-distant
    • development which enlists these good forces, it comes gradually to higher
    • willing. They are all distinct individuals, but can we recognise Shakespeare
    • individuals he portrays; he is wholly immersed in them. It is not his own
    • art reached the stage of embracing individual man, so that the ego itself
    • figures as Shakespeare's highly individual characters should
    • experiences were no less individual but they were translated into the
    • to identify Goethe with Faust. Faust is an individual character, but we
    • create characters so individualised that he immersed himself in them and
    • Faust an individualised figure, but Faust is not a single individual; he is
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    • an advanced individual, as Zarathustra certainly was, is again
    • individual. It is not necessary to be able to say: I am this
    • who, because of his individual development was still
    • individuals. A decline in the spiritual development of the
    • of it, that he was an extraordinary individual, such a one as
    • They are a few individuals, and there will always be fewer who
    • sees what individuals do for their own advancement and as a
    • tableau. It was then enhanced when Jesus of Nazareth gradually
    • humanity on earth, it is similar to an individual human life,
    • on, just as an individual human being is a child between birth
    • the thirty-fifth year of the individual person, where his life
    • begins to decline. Whereas in the case of some individuals
    • The individuals, he knew, would continue to live on from the
    • that, so something else must come: what for the individual is
    • forces with which the individual must be illumined from the
    • gradually. And other people no longer allowed me to be among
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    • Shown there is how through a gradual ascension of the seer's
    • existence. A plant is often seen as an individual being, but is
    • no more an individual being than is a strand of hair. For what
    • individual human experience, we experience the thoughts about
    • process of the world by the archangels. But where individual
    • gradual; each participates according to its powers, first of
    • Slowly and gradually the Christ-being
    • the beginning the bond was loose, and then it gradually pressed
    • development was immeasurably increased as he gradually was able
    • You see, gradually we are learning through
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    • gradually built itself up from the rest of great Nature. It was only
    • entirely Europeanized, its people have gradually absorbed
    • are to have a ruler, our ruler must be like that; individual men
    • to reign over the universe. The individual planets, Venus,
    • and has to be applied individually.
    • they had was what the individual man could see in each individual case.
    • In this way, they would gradually have had 20 or 30 heads side by
    • the Indians were predisposed gradually to turn their culture into a
    • way. It was thus that the Indians had to learn. Gradually they began
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    • imperfection gradually. The other view you have probably come to
    • imperfect, like some kind of higher animal, and evolved gradually to
    • man's body then we shall say: Man's body has gradually been
    • today, but animal-like, and this must have developed gradually
    • gradually take on animal-like bodies again, and that two great
    • as yet of intellect. The. Indians then gradually came to know the
    • evolution have gradually grown into man's present form, together with
    • that developed gradually, but not wisdom. Wisdom was originally
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    • individuals — the Queen bees — to a very few chosen
    • individuals, for in the others the sexual life is more or less
    • love. The individual bees renounce love in manifold ways, and thus
    • say to themselves “We will renounce the individual sexual life
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    • it is through this gradual weakening of the nerves, that man really
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    • egg shines brightest of all. Gradually it shines less and
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    • with bees — that one is not dealing with single individual bees
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    • individual. One could only speak with certainty if one took a number
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    • creature adjusts itself to the individual situation, and it becomes
    • what they do. If you test some individual ant, you would certainly not
    • it is not the individual ant that can reason, but the entire colony
    • sense. The separate ants of the colony have no individual
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    • live — not the individual bee, but the whole species — must
    • would gradually crumble into dust, and would become entirely useless.
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    • content we must gradually lead over into the forming of a
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    • — in the end makes no difference. And gradually it has
    • “apprehend ideals”, and thus one gradually glides
    • thought-organism. And this has gradually increased so much in
    • a necessity of form must gradually express itself even in
    • must gradually express itself even in speech, just as a necessity
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    • gradually has taken complete hold of the social life.
    • speaking to people in such as way that gradually a comprehension can
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    • gradually become mixed together; whereas the actual political life
    • noticed by individual examples. Let us take a terrible, horrible, I
    • individuals, who don't like to engage themselves to the right or to
    • conditions, to show that equality must dwell in the individual person
    • consideration of how human beings have gradually come into the
    • spiritual life has gradually been absorbed by the life of the state
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    • make it plausible that an individual person really knows
    • speech-organs. But you can gradually accustom yourselves to
    • surroundings. One gradually learns to listen to the sounds,
    • consideration. One will gradually develop an instinct for
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    • this, the subjective element is gradually overcome in the course of
    • the gradual emergence of what, later on, became the burning social
    • life of Europe through the co-operation of individuals who have both
    • was influenced by yet another factor, namely, the demand for individual
    • side there is the insistent demand for individual freedom: Man must
    • demand for human freedom, for freedom of the individuality.
    • for individual freedom. And it was the voice of the French Revolution,
    • as an individual.
    • in individual minds. Over the whole of the thought-life and its offspring,
    • 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.
    • who are willing to listen to the chaos that must gradually ensue if
    • that it is the individual who acts but humanity who guides — all
    • the first half of the nineteenth century. Their individual views are,
    • how it gradually loses faith even in itself. There was a radical increase
    • in the middle of the nineteenth century had been gradually working up
    • of things. We see the gradual spread of Christianity, but no trace of
    • century A.D. Gradually it dawns upon us that it
    • is the gradual fading away of that spiritual life which, originating
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    • interpret what the individual saw in his dream-pictures, albeit
    • were interpreters of what the individual experienced. And now the
    • could address himself to the individual, or to a small group. When the
    • refer to what the individual has experienced. He can no longer treat of
    • what the individual tells them and explain to him what he has experienced.
    • place. And thus ritual gradually arises, the pictorial expression of what
    • the individual in quite a different way from the stream I have already
    • come from an individual human impulse. Hence he works to bring about
    • gradually the passing over of the Church into the external institution.
    • be poured out over mankind. The individual plays no part, but the
    • experiences, though they do of course enter deeply into individual destiny.
    • strata of society gradually trickles down into the lower strata, and the
    • already began to develop the kind of thinking which was gradually directed
    • which was half vision, became gradually clothed in abstract forms of
    • people were proud of their individualism, of their freedom. One can see
    • And those who outside in the villages gradually came to be in opposition
    • progress.” And men gradually got into the way of eliminating from
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    • as spiritual science. I will gradually proceed from
    • You all know the saying by Kant: In every individual science
    • individual facts through habit of our souls.
    • is not inclined to preserve individual phenomena as such; one
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    • three dimensions through our individual human organization.
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    • plant world in such a way that the individual plant appears
    • individual pictures out of the past stream of time. As this
    • gradually at a point where time takes on the quality of
    • space. This comes about very gradually. It should not be
    • the individual pictorial experiences join one another. At
    • “looking back,” of remembering back, individual
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    • You will find, if you study what individual scientists have
    • intellectually, we arrive at their true individual forms. We
    • what imaginative perception discloses to us is the individual
    • forms of the various human senses, as well as the gradual
    • individual sensory impressions, the individual mental
    • not find ourselves individualized organically in the same way
    • entities are less individualized. Thus in the Indian, a
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    • an inner act of will — then gradually we succeed in
    • individual) and if we are in a position to expend sufficient
    • the life of the soul is like that of memories. Gradually we
    • the individual letters. For instance, when we have a row of
    • have solved a certain riddle posed by this row of individual
    • regard to the individual phenomena of the outer world. For
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    • individuals who have worked in our anthroposophical spiritual
    • some light come in, as through individual windows in a
    • individuals may specialize, ultimately the things achieved in
    • individual details. The more carefully our spiritual research
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    • they gradually ceased to hold human life together. In the course of
    • of man's senses with outer nature. In this process consciousness gradually
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    • gradual acquisition of knowledge about external nature, is actually
    • of humanity we have to do with a gradual awakening, a kind of long,
    • world, observe with great precision how there gradually arise out of
    • manifest themselves gradually within the organism but that they are
    • gradually in another sense, was also at work beforehand within the human
    • needs in later life. Consider how the child gradually gains control
    • of itself, how it learns at first to crawl on all fours, how it gradually
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    • they have originated in pure experimentation, our ideas have gradually
    • into it with full consciousness. This unrest is gradually elucidated
    • initially encounters there emerge individual spiritual beings, in the
    • exemplified quite clearly in certain individuals. Human beings seek to
    • There are certain individuals who, though they remain otherwise fully
    • in individuals with healthy, or even conspicuously healthy, organizations
    • — in individuals who have an open mind and a certain understanding
    • doing some previous year? What are the relationships between the individual
    • have gradually arisen out of the most primitive. He penetrates into
    • individuals, which psychiatrists term pathological doubt or
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    • this human development is the gradual emergence and transformation of
    • One gradually achieves a transformation of abstract, merely notional
    • lives and weaves within man. One experiences it in pictures. One gradually
    • On the other side the content of consciousness gradually emerges within
    • in which, as a result of general cultural relationships, man is gradually
    • course of these lectures gradually extricates itself from the body between
    • overcome gradually everything spatial in Imagination and to immerse
    • Inspiration, developed by gradually discovering within matter a spiritual
    • in extremely prominent individuals. How human beings strove in the later
    • sense or formulate conceptually only what concerns but one individual,
    • a number of individuals of a certain type. Commodities exist in the
    • individuals, and if a solitary man undertakes to understand commodities
    • will there arise — not out of the individual but through association,
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    • soul-spirit gradually emancipates itself between birth and the change
    • within the aphorisms. This art was gradually brought to a high state
    • we approach not the ego of the other person but the egos of individual
    • spiritual worlds. One rather degenerate individual, however, developed
    • to realize this. Goethe seeks to understand how the individual organs,
    • is clear that Western civilization has gradually lost all understanding
    • now decadent Eastern wisdom that gradually produces atheistic skepticism
    • we cannot simply say: whether or not humanity will gradually attain
    • types of dogmatism must gra