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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • inner development must progress if he desires to reach conclusions of
    • spiritual teacher's statements, following them as it were in thought
    • be noted that most people require the aid of a personal teacher in
    • highly than the occult teacher. The instructor of mystical and
    • the greatest teachers in this field never did more than advise and
    • teacher to do more than advise and guide. Everything that can be
    • Since the directions for the road to enlightenment vary with each
    • word but in a spiritual sense. While the occult teacher need not know
    • occult teacher acquires this knowledge. They will be discussed in
    • teacher must know how to interpret these symptoms so as to assure the
    • is not without consequences and the occult teacher must know how to
    • After initial acquaintance with some of the basic teachings of
    • anthroposophy such as reincarnation and karma — the teaching that the
    • teaching of karma, of compensatory justice — most people will ask how
    • one can comprehend these teachings and how one can acquire an
    • confronts each person. There is one golden rule that must be followed
    • indeed reached.
    • Still a third aspect must be considered. No occult teacher will ever
    • enter into the schooling prerequisite for spiritual teaching. It would
    • comprehension of these teachings.
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  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • would have to ask with each genius, ‘Where does the insanity
    • believe nothing of the so-called occult teachings, the so-called
    • scientific history of creation teaches? I would like to ask, how many
    • here. The secret and ancient teachings of the Hebrews perceived this.
    • part, each of which can be either a physical body, or reacts at
    • each other out of the totality of human nature. As long as
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • We must understand each other precisely as to
    • in a spiritual respect plant and man stand opposite each other.
    • the physical light that rays down on us. Each time a man rejoices
    • plants and inhalation of oxygen by men. These processes reach such
    • carries the processes a bit beyond the limits reached by that of
    • between the various peoples, one must still conclude that each
    • in appropriate moderation in each individual man. Each individual
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • teachings. He constantly emphasised the distinction between his
    • are to reach a worthy goal in world-existence and if our actions are
    • each other, thrust each other away. In every epoch of Earth evolution
    • now reached the point of time when the Etheric Christ enters into the
    • stimulated and energized by this teaching but for moral impulses to be
    • spread abroad. Schopenhauer said, “To preach morality is easy;
    • morality has yet been spread by preaching. It is quite possible to
    • 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.
    • after Gautama Buddha's Enlightenment, the Teacher will also be there
    • Fire and Light. This teacher — the Maitreya Buddha — will
    • teachings concerning the Christ Being and the Sons of Fire — the
    • does not yet exist. The teachings of the Enlightened One will not
    • stream into men as teachings only, but will pour moral impulses into
    • combine with or separate from each other. What we call chemical action
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • science has to say. Furthermore, the things anthroposophy has to teach
    • brooch in a different place each evening, but as I do so I will hold the
    • demonstrates that what spiritual science teaches is correct.
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • To ensure that we shall understand each other at least to some extent,
    • phenomena with each other, or when we immerse ourselves in them. In
    • in its evolution has reached a point lying beyond the middle of life.
    • whole reached that age corresponding to the thirtieth to thirty-fifth
    • extent have reached our knowledge through literature, were functions
    • pupil reached a certain stage in his inner life when he could say to
    • were. He had to learn through the mysteries how to reach the spiritual
    • the wide reaches of the universe, something lives that must enter into
    • exhausted. The whole human race reached an age corresponding to the
    • Jesus had reached the age humanity as a whole had then attained. It
    • since humanity had already reached a definite age.
    • Ever since the Mystery of Golgotha the quality that each human soul
    • know God in the depths of my own soul.” Today, however, each human
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • be impaired by our teachings concerning Jesus Christ that encompass such a
    • Our teachings concerning the two Jesus boys, the Solomon child and the
    • carefully at the angels and devils, you will note that each devil seizes a
    • our teachings must include the knowledge of the Nathan Jesus boy, who
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • child's mind: only when he has reached an age when he can look back in
    • power by causing them to build the Pyramids which reach up from the
    • civilization, had reached the stage when he was to recapitulate in the
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • In our senses unselfishness reigns, but they would never have reached
    • aesthetic sense. Every experience with this person, whether of teaching
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • far-reaching consequences for our entire existence. This moment can
    • what seers throughout the ages have always pictured as “reaching the
    • developed, so that a person can reach the stage of giving himself
    • earth-lives. He said somewhat as follows: “Is this teaching to be
    • by the fact that this teaching was a product of ancient times, a
    • teaching that was later pushed into the background by scholarly
    • against such teachings. There are also people who take everything the
    • comfortable than to think that we have each been part of every
    • teachings of Copernicus from the Index and to integrate them into its
    • Augustine's opinion. Why did this Christian teacher state such a
    • the authoritative guidance of teachers were essential; there was no
    • merely terrestrial concerns into the far reaches of the universe. Thus
    • cosmic Christ living in the far reaches of the universe; this makes
    • Mankind changes as each individual goes from life to life in
    • Christ lives in each human soul. If our souls acquire ever greater
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • Maxentius under the banner of the Mystery of Golgotha you will reach a
    • elevated themselves to a sort of dreamlike clairvoyance to reach a
    • reached during the earth's wakefulness.
    • reached concerning the relationship of man and of Christ to Lucifer
    • we call the Archangel Michael had reached a special stage of
    • the appropriate definition for the impulses that are at work in each
    • support him for a long period of time, until he reaches seventy,
    • To my knowledge, no van as huge had reached that spot in decades.
    • that he reached the very spot where at that moment the van turned over
    • with each other. We, on the other hand, speak of a people's spiritual
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • know each other to come together and have access to the spiritual
    • Greco-Latin, then our fifth post-Atlantean epoch. Each of these epochs
    • world. But each epoch must at the same time prepare, bear within it in
    • of the sixth epoch of culture. Thus it has been in each of the
    • will be a characteristic of those men who reach the goal of that
    • must be no dogmatic beliefs or any tendency to accept teaching simply
    • upon the soul's free assent to the teachings. Herein we prepare what
    • quite naturally meet each other as brothers and sisters.
    • height of post-Atlantean culture is reached in the fifth epoch. What
    • height to be reached in a distant future has not yet been attained,
    • Before me, teaching me to know my brothers
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • and that not until after such change has reached a certain stage does the
    • development. Human soul life would then reach a condition comparable to
    • the teachings of
    • class teacher not standing there, revolving the pin. But since everything
    • that a great professor or teacher, a giant professor, ought to be located in
    • is not of this type. It can become an instrument in the soul of each human
    • be laid on the point that even at the stage Spiritual Science has reached
    • incalculable, hence teachers gifted with insight have declared that human
    • work of those inner forces which reach a kind of termination in the
    • the teaching of Thomas Aquinas, are the Trinity; the doctrine that the
    • “The extravagances of this man of genius have at last reached the non
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • contrary, they exist in order that man, when he reaches the stage of
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • age which has comparatively few centuries behind it. Each age lasts on
    • forces must work inwardly so that human beings may reach the height of
    • sufficient interest in each other. You do not have sufficient interest
    • for each apparent transaction (such as the exchange of goods for a $5
    • the least comprehending each other. The desire to understand the other
    • toward each other can be seen in the many clubs and societies which
    • and not to know each other better at the end than they did at the
    • should try in our souls to think of others, such as teachers, friends,
    • before our souls as vividly as possible in order to see what each has
    • had affected our lives, helping us on or teaching us something. When
    • any interest in each other. Yet this ability to develop an imaginative
    • each time. According to true occult science, nothing can be done by
    • on lines of mysticism, abstract teaching, and abstract
    • struggle against the acceptance of any true spiritual teaching,
    • ideas, then (according to an occult law), each of us would be able to
    • take another human being along. Each one of us can therefore work for
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • We can see that this state of things had reached a certain climax when
    • spirit. The spirit can be reached only by genuinely putting the will
    • bearers of this middle-class culture, which reached its culmination in
    • beyond his reach in the days of Greece. This is of far greater
    • What, then, was required in order to reach a concept, an inward
    • essential, and moreover within the reach of every human being, is to
    • reached a parting of the ways. Spiritual Beings of higher worlds are
    • preach sound principles, saying that one should abjure materialism and
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • forces you use in super-sensible knowledge to reach Intuition.
    • the earth's help. Then, after we have reached the age of twenty-one, we
    • level of the child as far as possible, and not teaching him anything that
    • machines so that they can teach the children to do all kinds of sums by
    • teacher's warmth of enthusiasm gets passed on to him, and the child takes
    • the thing in because the teacher in his enthusiasm tells him about it. The
    • teacher. If the child absorbs something that reaches beyond his
    • understanding, purely because of the infectious quality of his teacher's
    • the teacher's warmth are life-giving when they are re-experienced.
    • Nowadays this is of particular importance in teaching. In earlier times it
    • importance to the teacher's capacity for enthusiasm.
    • learned, how to teach a child is learned, how to arrange the lesson is
    • it for granted that we also ought to teach, that is, teach in a living way,
    • education is exactly the same thing to a good teacher as the aesthetics of
    • The ability to teach comes from an entirely different quarter than the
    • teachers a seminar of some sort of standardized education that prescribes
    • teachers and educators in the same way as people become artists or
    • they are teachers, You see, if you possess this real knowledge of man and
    • suppose you are a teacher and have your pupils in front of you. If you are
    • you will know exactly how you have to teach, because you will have
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  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • each indrawn breath causes a change, a modification, in an upbuilding
    • only general, abstract ideas of this interpenetration; we will reach a
    • aspects tally with each other. It is customary to call ‘knowledge’
    • sleep, we would be incapable of reaching a clear concept of the ‘I,’
    • outer aspect, we reach an ever fuller and wider conception of his
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • remain in the physical but at the same time reach up to the spiritual.
    • take these things into consideration if we are to reach a view of the
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • forces of the world interpenetrate, flow into each other. Mentally, we
    • will. Thus from the realm of thinking we reach the realm of
    • and in such a way that you are no longer obliged to formulate each
    • because, as man, we are a unified whole, when we reach the point where
    • there will be freedom in our actions and love in our thinking. Each
    • fixed realities, one lets them mingle with each other, now in this
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • way in each of these epochs of life.
    • borrowed the vessels of the ancient Egyptian teachers of wisdom in order to
    • Christmas carol proclaims each year anew: “Unto us a Saviour is born.”
    • we do not look merely each at the other, but together face the great goal we
    • to find words that could speak deeply into the heart of each one of you on
    • this evening. Then each one of you would feel that my words contain a
    • Christmas greeting for each one of you, as something which can lead you
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • say that, each in a different way, these three festivals bring man
    • Thus we are shown two ways by which this earlier humanity reached what
    • old wise ways of fathoming the universe. The ancient wisdom-teachings
    • annunciation, through the channel of the teachers of wisdom, through
    • cases the inner forces of man had to reach certain heights; then what
    • over the outer reaches of universal space what we actually lived in
    • understanding. Perhaps many of those who call themselves preachers and
    • Only by thus reaching out for a new understanding of the Christ can we
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • in general has reached to-day. They wanted to protect the pupil from
    • teaching of Copernicus (as it did until the year 1827), the reason was
    • or other ancient teaching, but works absolutely on the principles of modern
    • No living soul can reach.
    • No living soul can reach.’
    • down into the whole organic life. The experience is different in each
    • No living soul can reach.
    • each be a contribution to that quest which man must ever follow if he
    • 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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    • is beyond his reach, because the Guardian of the Threshold stands
    • ancient teachings said: Let it not be uttered — for sinful is the
    • It is true that in order to reach inner freedom, it was necessary for
    • and he was done away with. In order to reach freedom it was indeed
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • (see diagram) you have the A in harmony with B and C, but in each
    • in each vowel. What does it signify that H is in each vowel? It
    • moving, is expressed in the H hidden in each of the vowels. Consider,
    • concerned reached in thought to the representative of the fixed star
    • planted trees in a beautifully artistic order. Each individual tree
    • astronomical, one reached still further into the cosmos with
    • the dry prose of Romanism. He wanted to reach the other daughter of
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • human organization prevents it from reaching there. Hence these
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • teach man anything about the essence of goodness. There can only be
    • in human life, assume far-reaching significance when we understand the
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • up to chance, placing itself as it does within certain laws in each
    • must keep in mind the particular tasks awaiting the human soul in each
    • cannot lead to such an understanding of each particular age. We may be told
    • unfolded, but that leaves us without any key to the position of each in the
    • is rich and diverse, and if one wants to reach some reality concerning our
    • outlines, in sharply defined concepts. He had to teach in pictures that
    • Man reaches it only when he has gone through the threshold of death into
    • and intuitive consciousness — man may reach in self-knowledge beyond his
    • be free after death to reach higher stages of development than in previous
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • chlorine on the other work in the human organism. For each individual
    • teacher, or at least teachers of children from elementary school on.
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • actually become the most highly developed teaching of the human being. Of
    • and the metabolic-limb system, are placed polarically opposite each
    • metabolic-limb system reaches over to the nerve-sense system. Then you
    • one example: the teacher can proceed properly in relation to the memory
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • teachings. He constantly emphasized the distinction between his
    • the cosmic forces thrown back or reflected by the Moon reach us upon
    • pertains to the Moon. All physical and spiritual impulses that reach
    • It was these mighty teachers and educators who brought to mankind,
    • wisdom-teachings of mankind, whereof the Vedas, the Vendanta, are but
    • behind when at a certain time of old Atlantis the great teachers of
    • system with all its physical and spiritual happenings, and reaching
    • living no longer in physical bodies, reaches far wider circles. True,
    • the Christ. Hence you must first let teachers come to you from India,
    • from Asia, to teach you Christianity again. You can actually read it
    • in this book. A Cingalese Indian says to the Europeans: Teachers must
    • really is. Your European teachers no longer know it. Since the decline
    • — as a kind of meditation reaching out to the true ‘I’
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • living teaching of the Risen Christ: resurrection. Today it lies in the
    • world, they always made a distinction between an exoteric teaching,
    • teaching; only those who had trained their hearts and minds
    • accordingly, were able to penetrate into this teaching. In
    • to some extent in the Hebrew teachings — that the Being who
    • their teachings to human beings — in a spiritual way, of course
    • the higher hierarchies had expressed their teachings amongst
    • reaching the evolution which the gods had planned for it from the
    • of the esoteric teachings given by the Christ to his initiated
    • disciples: it was the teaching of death, as seen from the scene of
    • this esoteric teaching, one must realize that he who understands the
    • Ahriman exists today only in the teachings like those that stream
    • contained also in the esoteric teachings imparted by the Christ to
    • one: The Christ who is teaching us, has descended from worlds which
    • of their own ranks. After His resurrection, Christ teaches us what
    • teaching of the risen Christ was something deeply moving. A disciple,
    • stirring teaching. Many a one, whom history barely mentions, bore
    • the early times he had enjoyed the teaching of the risen Christ
    • teachers who had been taught by the Christ.
    • development, for he who imparted the teaching, had known one who had
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  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • written on each one of his works. Men of learning have given many
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • written about each of his works. Academics have given many
  • Title: The Manicheans
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    • reincarnation of the same. The teachings he proclaimed were attacked
    • teaching, making a personality whom he calls ‘Faustus’ the
    • But Faust says, “We will only accept the teachings in
    • the movement is conscious of it. Thus they are pitted against each
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • of Mathematics, from participating in the teachings of the Master.
    • sense-perception. It is not the material circle which teaches me the
    • super-sensible in mathematical thought. When a man reaches the stage of
    • truths to become emancipated from sense in order that he may reach,
    • it does present itself as a good educational means. It teaches him to
    • science teaches the way to become independent of sense-perception, and
    • at the same time it teaches the surest path; for though indeed its
    • mathematical science reaches. There are students of natural science at
    • clearness reveals each and every defect in our assertions, and its
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • that, in the higher sense, these things that happen after each other
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • objections. Far-reaching, momentous issues as well as matters closer
    • reach the left convolution, that of speech, via the nerves. This area
    • spine and reach right into the brain. But the remarkable thing is
    • develop something that reaches into the left side of the brain. Now
    • convolution is structured. When I teach writing, I use my right hand.
    • teach them to write. This approach will not make them less
    • a widespread tendency of teaching people to do everything with both
    • the left and the right sides, we would develop each convolution into
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • gone into here embraces far-reaching truths. Take one example: it is
    • real Spiritual Science, the following result is reached. For ordinary
    • reach the things themselves.
    • reached in Schiller's Letters on the Aesthetic Education of
    • reach down into that realm where spirit lives in the way known to the
    • ideas; he could not reach the higher stage of development, attainable
    • Letters could not quite trust himself to reach the concrete
    • more deeply into reality, reaching not merely into the elemental
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • rather that by work upon himself, by self-education, man should reach
    • and later disappear altogether. You can see that he never reached the
    • Schröer, who was once responsible for examining candidate teachers for
    • “Aesthetic Letters:” they were going to have to teach
    • far-reaching sense. Take what is objected to most of all in my
    • from this single point. Each man thinks to himself: If I am asked a
    • social structure depend upon one another; you cannot reach one without
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • recognise his division into three members, each of which is,
    • are each self-dependent, although at the same time they work together.
    • Now it is very important to realise that each one of the three systems
    • My mother bleached it by moonshine.”
    • And when at last he reached his gate
    • is a turning-point that should be very carefully marked in teaching.
    • Up to that time one's teaching about nature should be entirely of the
    • the typical instance I have often given. If we teach a child to pray
    • — if, that is, we teach him to develop a prayerful mood and
    • see that it has not yet reached an understanding of the Mystery of
    • Christianity at all; it treats of a general Jahve teaching.
    • way reaches a boundary, and from this boundary it swings back again;
    • far-reaching change that has occurred in Man's life of soul. For a
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • an essential part of these Mystery-teachings. From the book
    • and far-reaching metamorphosis took place in man's life of soul and
    • struggle to reach once more.
    • Mystery of Golgotha, the Teachers and Sages of the Mysteries judged a
    • if Venus did not place it into the organism. And so it is with each
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • ‘ear’ that reaches downward, into the apparatus of walking
    • song. But in this case the metamorphosis is not so far-reaching. In
    • other faculties which we possessed in the pre-earthly life. For each
    • you reach Imaginative cognition. Or suppose you are so constituted
    • reached some discovery by etheric cognition knows that it will have
    • Anthroposophical spiritual science is all very well; it teaches us
    • in education, in teaching. Ordinary head-knowledge is morally neutral.
    • But we find the spiritual sphere, as soon as we reach up to it,
    • will have good moral instruction, true moral teaching of mankind, as
    • against which all emphasis on moral preaching and the like is worth
    • being — the individual himself — reaches his full
  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • If a teacher makes a mistake while teaching a 10 or 12 year old, then,
    • as far as the mutual relationship between pupil and teacher is
    • The feeling for the teacher's authority will flag perhaps for a while,
    • inwardly, the teacher must be capable of doing this himself, so that
    • again the teacher has failed to give us the right answer. He
    • that occur when the children have the feeling: “The teacher just
    • inability, the personal capacities and incapacities of the teacher are
    • people at this age, or if we teach in such a way that they never come
    • teacher — even though he is the more objective party —
    • You see the teacher must, in full consciousness, be permeated through
    • lightning! What's happened to the teacher! Up to now we've thought of
    • must arise. Verve is what teachers must bring to young people at this
    • It is important for oneself as a teacher to exercise a certain amount
    • if, just at this age, young people feel cleverer than the teacher
    • be diverted from all the teacher's little mannerisms. Here, too, the
    • teacher's latent inadequacies are the most fatal.
    • relationship between pupil and teacher. And here morality is to be
    • understood in its broadest sense: that, for instance, a teacher calls
    • teacher to pupil. Mournful teachers, un-alterably morose teachers, who
    • city dwellers, city dwellers who have become teachers and doctors. And
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  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • is only one example. Men cannot reach what is usually known as immortality
    • reach the knowledge of immortality in full consciousness, as a concretely
    • you. This is connected with great and mighty laws of world-existence. Each
    • one of you has a soul, each one of you has a spirit. This soul and [this]
    • around him; the teacher is there, the books are there, and so forth, but
    • of culture, science will have reached the stage where man will be able to
    • then, reached selflessness. The attainment of selflessness alone will
    • Human beings will destroy each other in mutual strife. And the terrible
    • life of our planet there are seven great epochs, and each of these seven
    • purpose than to be an expression, each one of them, of a future stage of
    • too that one who reaches a higher Degree can accomplish greater things.
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • the dream. But when we reach a stage where the appearance of
    • greatest intensity and far-reaching effect take place in the
    • in the second condition. And when we reach the third condition
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • There is not so far to go; very soon something different is reached.
    • body — we have also reached man's astral body. For in
    • how they speak out their own essence. For each particular Being a full
    • And so one reaches the point of seeing man's soul and spirit-nature
    • individual Spirits experience themselves inwardly, and each other in
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • had reached such maturity that at a certain point of time his soul
    • individuality. This kind of thought reached its climax in books like
    • the source of the ancient Wisdom-teachings of the divine origin and
    • These ancient Wisdom-teachings come to light in strange ways; myths,
    • wish, then, to understand ancient religious teachings, we must go
    • teachings received from Initiates in regard to the spiritual world,
    • seclusion of the Mystery Temples, Jesus of Nazareth reached the point
    • far-reaching correspondence between the descriptions of ancient
    • Initiation before this epoch, but had only reached a point where they
    • other teachings of Spiritual Science we can acknowledge the reality
    • human beings to the ‘universal-human,’ to that which each
    • agreement with the conclusions reached conscientiously by external
    • conception have reached a point where this mode
    • Spiritual Science teaches, when man, having existed first in a purely
    • evolution that experience which teaches us: The relationship to the
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    • Here we reach a point which was constantly in Richard Wagner's mind
    • the experiences of those to whom the hidden teachings were revealed
    • higher worlds living in the minerals and plants, reaching a stage of
    • of his being, Richard Wagner was connected with the teachings of
    • in the physical world they work upon each other when they speak
    • I shall here repeat certain teachings of Spiritual Science which will
    • for each man perceives the same wisdom, each man lives in the soul
    • confronting them as a separate independent power in each individual.
    • the Holy Grail the following teaching was given: — (I will give
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    • had reached its prime, two streams of spiritual life were flowing
    • knowledge was beyond the reach of man's ordinary cognition, but they
    • certain individuals, saying that their teachings were to be avoided at
    • in writing. Now the reason why the eminent teachers of that age wrote
    • discrepancy between the teachings of Plato and Aristotle.
    • — who had reached the age of twenty-eight before he listened to
    • the teachings of Ammonius Saccas — felt himself living in an
    • ancient times had reached their climax in Christianity and that the
    • passed on to those whose faculties of knowledge had reached the stage
    • It was a fundamental tenet of this Roman School that the teaching
    • in the Person of Christ was substituted for the teaching of Ammonius
    • because strenuous efforts were made to destroy any teaching that
    • teachers in the Southern regions of Europe not even the names have
    • the ancient teachings exterminated, to such an extent indeed that we
    • Iamblichus was one. It is the Initiates who teach true Christianity.
    • still knew something of the spiritual universe reaching down into
    • Christianity in the light of the teachings of Iamblichus.
    • newer must be pierced before we can reach those that lie below. It is
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    • foundation upon which the will can reach its particular development.
    • talk merely reaches as far as the Angel-beings that belong to man, as
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • allow it to reach the point of splitting up into the animal kingdom.
    • reaching the gigantic heights of Forster’s pedagogy! And then
    • does not reach their consciousness. After all, the physical body
    • observation of life, those who have really reached the point of
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    • as a whole — only then will achievement be within our reach ...
    • teaching — as were the ancient Temples of the Mysteries.
    • itself as a Greek Temple. Every Gothic form seems to reach out beyond
    • where the interior space itself reaches out to the mysteries of
    • Temple, in so far as we are each of us a microcosm permeated by soul.
    • indication reach us of the super-sensible reality within physical
    • from the spirit of an epoch. How can we to-day reach some
    • the gallows, and how he is saved by words spoken each day by Seven
    • first wife has given him a son who is destined to receive teaching
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    • human being which extends beyond birth and death. Such teachings,
    • teachings concerning what extends beyond birth and death, slowly faded
    • sent with them the teaching of non-reincarnation, the teaching
    • teaching of reincarnation was by no means of cardinal importance. For
    • whereas this teaching had reached a very high stage of development
    • brought with them the teaching of the God-revealed Word (Veda-Word),
    • teaching exists in a very beautiful form. This was the result brought
    • teaching into a new form. A less definite doctrine of reincarnation
    • earlier times had practiced magic. From here came the teachings of the
    • led to personal qualities and virtues reaching their zenith.
    • Teachers who now follow have to preserve what has come into being and
    • Rishis who now experience the teaching in a Christian form and want
    • the peoples through preachings and sermons, but it had gradually lost
    • element. A peak had been reached but it was at the same time a blind
    • We have now reached the stage of preparation for the Fifth subrace,
    • teaching about Christ comes not from the Church Dignitaries and Church
    • Fathers, but John, the Initiator himself is our Teacher.” This
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    • is reaching out to apprehend the Mystery of Golgotha once more with
    • Christ-Being in the spiritual worlds had been the great Teacher of
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    • We have reached a significant phase in the evolution of mankind. The
    • has to-day reached a kind of culmination, first began to show itself
    • lofty and sublime and far-reaching Event that took place in the
    • on Golgotha is an event whereby the First Hierarchy reached up into a
    • reach a higher stage. The Archangels gradually receive more and more
    • higher stage, the higher Hierarchies also reach a higher stage. The
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • each stage being lower than the last. (Such expressions are, of
    • the teachings of the Gnostics, as they were called, in the early
    • from the Demiurgos and strives again to reach the spiritual world.
    • which lives in men to reach the spiritual world again was therefore
    • might be fulfilled. The Gnostic teaching was that in the man Jesus
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    • the corpse in pieces. Isis collected the pieces and out of each
    • That is an important feature of the Grecian teaching of the Gods:
    • you compare the question with the Jewish teaching of the Gods.
    • feature in the Jewish teaching. You could not possibly imagine that
    • therefore is something which differs radically in the Grecian teaching
    • an electrical experiment is made in the schoolroom each
    • are apparently not wet! The teacher can do nothing with an electric
    • briefly upon the Old Testament teachings before we draw any
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    • in a certain sense even the Old Testament teachings to which we will
    • scientific thinking. The realization of what each one can do, no
    • process reaches more directly into the physical. But that is not
    • This reaching maturity
    • connected with reality. When they reached maturity they thought over,
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    • knowledge the far-reaching world-conception, which was an inner
    • was able to give each piece the appearance of Osiris again. She then
    • place left to each one — though that can only be provisionally
    • a reflection of his own being to each piece, so that each of the
    • as the age could reach, of that which is described in St. John's
    • Poland, even reached Rome and in Rome even had a wager with the
    • one-sided teachings of Natural Science.
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    • force of the sex-sphere helped man, as it were, to reach that
    • the sun. With a certain justification to each of these constellations
    • become what they now are. The question in our time is that each for
    • what is foreign to reality and so on, and to seek, each for himself,
    • Julius Robert Mayer discovered it’. No one re-reads, but each
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    • only when an entirely new knowledge of man's being is reached, will
    • reality each age is a transition. But it is a different thing to know
    • transition, but in each age one should also look about and see what
    • of mankind would be for each man to be aware that he takes a certain
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    • reach everyone, is not fitted to call forth a feeling of what a
    • be placed in varied positions according to the corpulence of each
    • in each globe the body of a spiritual being. It would have been
    • everywhere that in each planet he sees an Angelic Intelligence. And
    • something; but he who teaches me possesses something that I cannot
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    • in each person's having his special head according to the position of
    • consideration. That is to say, when one reaches the point where both
    • longer knew why it was so, and the teachers who dealt with these
    • people are not only afraid of the wrong teaching of the Gnosis, as I
    • earth we leave off mowing each other down’. That would perhaps
    • have today, only because of this has mankind reached the point of now
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    • the facts): the astral body expands more and more, but it reaches a
    • whole cosmos in the realm of spirit and soul, and the cosmos teaches
    • the soul, not with what we are accused of teaching, But in another
    • reference to life, if it did not permeate each separate branch of
    • far-reaching interrelationships, a materialistic method of perception
    • see each other again so that we can continue such studies, which can
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    • At the present stage of evolution reached by man in earthly life, it
    • earliest childhood, enables us, each in his own way, to learn to
    • great and far-reaching task lies before him in the karmic adjustment
    • the heavenly existence which reaches into earthly life. Sleep comes
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    • evident in the outlook of many teachers of history at the present
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    • If, however, the aim is to reach the super-sensible worlds with the
    • same strict exactitude with which natural science reaches its
    • barrier is reached. Anthroposophy is in complete accord with modern
    • reach into a void. The intellect feels that it is dependent upon what
    • It is not necessary to devote a great deal of time each day to these
    • point is reached where the advance is made to Imaginative
    • inward experience, however, can only be reached by the exercising and
    • at a certain point — a point reached as a result of natural
    • When a man has reached this stage, when he actually feels: now I no
    • exercises have been practised for a long time, the point is reached
    • Through Imagination and Inspiration a man reaches his innermost Self.
    • on the other, the freedom which is implicit in each single earthly
    • health and illness. When this point is reached, our realisation of
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • reached in these later times, in accordance with the faculties of
    • meaning with the old spiritual wisdom, reaches its climax in the
    • depths of the human soul, but it is impossible for him to reach a
    • conceptual matters, the Christian philosophers have reached the very
    • preserved these revelations through its authority and teachings, and
    • technique, which had reached such a high degree of development, but
    • could still be reached through the intellectual technique. Human
    • reached, in its whole extent through an intellectual technique.
    • world of Europe had reached the following point: An abundant
  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • point, and that this culminating point had been reached towards the
    • were prepared in the fifteenth century and they reached a certain
    • world, a philosophy had finally been reached, which saw its chief
    • of Haeckel's teachings, consisting in a collection of facts which
    • fifteenth century and reached its climax in the nineteenth century,
    • we would reach, at the end of the twentieth century, the war of all
    • corresponding with reality can only be reached by living together
    • with reality. This life in common with reality can be reached through
    • such a way that the life of thoughts has reached its highest point.
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    • after having reached, so to speak, a normal age. We know that
    • themselves. Spiritual science must teach that this truth should be
    • until he reaches an advanced age. But when a human being passes
    • older, until it reaches, as it were, a certain childlike stage of
    • death after having reached a normal age. We should therefore say to
    • our earthly life it grows younger and younger, until it reaches its
    • river; you see him fall into the river and try to reach him. Where he
    • stone or anything else, but that at the very moment when he reached
    • instead that the boy's Karma had reached its end and that the van
    • enlarged etheric body of this child, as if by an aura that reaches
    • aura, enveloping the whole Building, reaches as far as this spot,
    • Him, that this understanding can only be reached in the course of
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    • not actually reach this knowledge. Giordano Bruno’s imagery is
    • century and had reached a certain climax at the time of Giordano
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • not yet reached its climax. For such points are always in a certain
    • intellect already reaches its culmination; there the intellect rises
    • constitutes the development of the intellectual soul reached its
    • egoism, that presents so many temptations, in order to reach that
    • reach once more real facts, realities.
    • as a great scientist; the very man who reached the point of saying
    • Jesus of Nazareth, and this man's teachings concerning God the
    • craving for the teachings that speak of a spiritual world and that
    • honest and straightforward to continue preaching that spiritual
    • the world — and each one must do this in his own way — so
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    • and teaching of Rudolf Steiner (1861 – 1925). He spoke of it as
    • order to reach them. What is lacking to-day is the application of
    • methods of teaching hinder the development of free spiritual
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    • question of having a band of preachers and ministers, but into such a
    • teach and perform the duties of pastors, but above all those —
    • is to be reached in Anthroposophy can be attained first of all in the
    • each of these spheres of activity. It is indeed necessary that with
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    • more reach, in all its depth, the consciousness of the whole of
    • be grasped. But it will be grasped, when the teachings of
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    • consisted exclusively of thoughts and feelings. Each individual split
    • an able Waldorf School teacher became a poor anthroposophist. (This
    • possible to be both a first-rate Waldorf teacher and a poor
    • Waldorf teachers, workers at Der Kommende Tag, scientists, medical
    • quite unthinkable just a short while ago, before civilization reached
    • training. They cling to the dogma that man has reached perfection,
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    • for example, that you see two men meet each other. Perhaps the one merely
    • meet again. They perceive each other, the one whose light-body is stirred to
    • on all that can only be reached by a soul that has first prepared itself with
    • teaching than through their whole nature, imbue the children's souls with
    • promulgated laws forbidding people to teach differently from what is taught
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    • then no amount of preaching will help. When he knows, however, that
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    • certain continuity. In the course of each winter, too, the lectures
    • incumbent upon men to form each lecture so that it is part of a
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    • to one another, and the teachers would not have needed to notice
    • times, they were in a certain way all fundamentally alike. Each
    • reached the point when the two sexes were sensually attracted to one
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    • manifold ways. Each member influences the other, and therefore they
    • man has a connection with the cosmos through each of his members; a
    • climax is reached, and then the ego becomes slowly more conscious
    • man's being. If you like, you can imagine each of the four rhythms as
    • distant future man is to reach the point of projecting his rhythms
    • time transfer his rhythms to the world, when he has reached the stage
    • another. There is a different rhythm for each animal species. It is
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    • man's higher members, so that each physical organ expresses the
    • this: When certain prophets go around today preaching ‘Back to
    • time. This floundering between nature and spirit reached its climax
    • understand why just in an age when men have reached the greatest
    • very existence. Then we can reach the point of being able to say that
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    • have a kind of survey of the phenomena of illness in so far as each
    • would have become had he reached his goal without effort. This is how
    • our capacities is after all limited. In the course of each
    • could be that a person would have been able to reach a certain stage
    • the centaur Chiron. It is Chiron the centaur who teaches Aesculapius,
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    • reaches the spirit will really fathom man's real nature. Laughing and
    • and actually regulates it was called in the occult teaching of the
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    • each of these beings that did not descend but was still ethereal
    • souls, and each human being was much more inside his own body. Thus
    • once the teachers of mankind descended from the cold North! We have
    • wanted to become teachers of those people who were inferior souls and
    • beings had not yet reached the point when they could make of their
    • who had not reached anything like a normal ego-feeling because they
    • bring the right form of culture to each different shade of the
    • population, and he had to colour this wisdom and teaching to suit the
    • teaching such as this would not have been understood in Europe.
    • say, was there for each one at the moment of death. It was all an
    • reach a certain point of development, as it were, but not overdo it
    • whose business it is to see that our souls reach Heaven! Nowadays
    • within us speak, or by imagining that each individual carries his own
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    • possible for the child to reach the conclusion: ‘What I see is
    • body and only when the twenty-second year has been reached does that
    • plant, after reaching its puberty, cannot give birth to an astral
    • Therefore when the animal has just reached the stage when man attains
    • enriching his ego, and reaches higher levels from one incarnation to
    • outside? To answer this we must reach three very important, rather
    • it is not the same with man as it is with the plant. Each evolution
    • adding something new. On the Moon his development had not reached the
    • will have reached Vulcan, he will have stripped off all he received
    • reaching Venus, man will not be able to say: Everything from Saturn,
    • since then ascended higher and higher. Today they have reached the
    • brotherhood. This means nothing else than that each individual is
    • inseparable from the principle of individuality. Each single member
    • produces as a sacrifice to the spirits of personality. And each
    • individual prepares himself to reach the level of those who are the
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    • before a human being can reach the highest stage of development he
    • of existence must be approached from different sides. Each Gospel
    • preach morality is easy; to establish morality is difficult”,
    • to preach morality. But to quicken the human soul at the point where
    • religious life, inevitably become spiritual hermits, each one living
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    • Now what does unprejudiced observation of life teach us
    • experience comes to him? A clear observation of life can teach us
    • function once the child has reached the stage where he says ‘I’
    • returning each morning clearly into our consciousness is that we come
    • ‘I’-consciousness is awakened again each morning. Thus
    • by colliding each morning with our inner being. This takes place not
    • process. After that he expands until the Mercury sphere is reached —
    • We spend certain periods after each death within these
    • inner understanding of each other and then separate into different
    • Teachers of the people of ancient India, those Teachers certainly had
    • that we must look for the Christ-like quality in each soul. If we are
    • for their sake from reaching them. The Mystery of Golgotha was a deed
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    • in anthroposophical development has been reached when it is thought
    • attention to the teachings of Anthroposophy men will find the ways
    • the street, reach our place of work, have a meal during the day, do
    • trifling reflection can teach us that we are living as it were on the
    • some reality in the spiritual world. In teaching us that in the life
    • a man posted on the top of each pole to pass on the appropriate
    • best, the plant can teach it to you.” We look at the plant
    • widely separated from each other than was the case during the Old Sun
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    • as if he were gathering from each particular section of the Zodiac
    • We ourselves have now reached the point when it is
    • great. Conditions today have reached the stage when between death and
    • The contents of the spiritual teachings here on Earth are concepts
    • spiritual teachings received during his life on Earth have an
    • In this way spiritual teaching actually becomes part of
    • the evolution of humanity. But if this spiritual teaching were to be
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    • to the rank of Buddhahood. The Eastern teaching — which does
    • human beings but also with those sublime Leaders and Teachers who
    • were Teachers of great significance. What actually took place there
    • metaphorically. Among the Teachers present in the School in physical
    • establish relations with Leaders and Teachers who appeared in this
    • Mystery Centre in spiritual bodies. One such Teacher was the Being
    • his soul the teaching which the Buddha gave at that time but which
    • teaching which represented a union of Buddhism and Christianity. It
    • Earth, how at each new incarnation the human being finds that the
    • Mystery and so, later on, rise again to the stage they had reached
    • bring back different forces into each incarnation.
    • prepared for this by his teaching of Nirvana, lack of satisfaction
    • teaching had been prepared in a sphere outside the Earth but with the
    • point in the process of that evolution. The great Teacher of the
    • the work of that great Teacher was to continue in the life that lies
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    • quite differently in each case. Contrast between the head and the
    • We also know that in each such epoch the next is prepared — as
    • spreading in the world in the form of occult teachings, of Spiritual
    • proclaimed in its deeper aspect, certain teachings were left in the
    • background — teachings that must be introduced today into the
    • until our own time, Rosicrucianism did not contain the teachings of
    • reincarnation and karma? Why had these teachings now to be added to
    • world. The prelude to the advanced study we hope to reach in these
    • human being reaches the level ordained for him, when he can stand
    • evolution and have still not reached the level of the Spirits of
    • organs of the human being quite differently in each case — the
    • development of clairvoyance has been reached, the clairvoyant can
    • ancient Lemurian epoch, when man had reached the stage of evolution
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    • his teaching of the 'first Adam' and the 'second Adam'.
    • character when they have reached a certain age. This is the result of
    • seven years of life; the human being has then reached the point when
    • the human being reached the stage where through the Spirits of Form
    • without inwards and, when the human being has reached a certain age,
    • is very important that teachers should have knowledge of these two
    • was most wonderfully expressed in the esoteric teaching of St. Paul.
    • to say, in view of the stage reached in evolution: ‘Better it
    • the spiritual life had reached the stage of its greatest darkness.
    • rebirth Buddha unfolds what has developed from the teaching he gave
    • to incarnation. Thus the doctrine preached by Buddha on Earth
    • of existence. In this advanced form, Buddha's teaching is right for
    • teaching. Thus in the Mars sphere men can be emancipated from the
    • teaching in the Mars sphere — which would not be necessary if
    • individual can reach on a path of progress. Public opinion is
    • reached, will reveal themselves. This will happen in the case of
    • teaching promised; he has continued to work for that in human nature
    • stage towards spirituality has been reached. Then, at a later stage
    • the whole process of man's development. What it signifies for each
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    • who have reached the stage of human existence during the Earth
    • in the spirit may begin. Now, in this incarnation, each one of us can
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    • physical body. Each world has its own specific mission; no two worlds
    • the spiritual Beings who might have been their teachers. One cannot
    • simply die and then, after death, find a teacher who might take the
    • — but in the same measure, if Earth-evolution is to reach its
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    • own life as it were dissolves into each region successively; he takes
    • those Teachers in ancient India are revealed to us as beings
    • example of how the details of spiritual research harmonise with each
    • of all forms of religious life; but when it reaches the Jupiter
    • reached, for example, in the epoch of Ancient India. The Ancient
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    • Among the varied forms of knowledge that we try to reach
    • Mystery of Golgotha a change of far-reaching significance occurred in
    • intellectual laying hold of the world, a life of ideas, had reached a
    • beyond what can be reached by the development of thinking. And the
    • Golgotha has reached it. Then, when we inwardly contemplate this
    • be reached by any of the means that are applied nowadays to
    • — and if one hopes that this thinking really can reach the
    • far-reaching Monism, has left such fancies far behind. We must look
    • teachable. One might say to it: Yes, if a Gnostic, with his soul born
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    • can enter into the souls of the great teachers of the ancient Indian
    • We know that the souls of those great teachers were open to cosmic
    • soul of one of these great teachers of ancient India, one must say
    • can overlook the far-reaching influence of Sibyllism on the world in
    • the past, and in the fourth post-Atlantean epoch this had reached the
    • their teachers would have been of the Sibylline kind, and the force
    • teaching. The essential thing is the character of the facts, the
    • concepts at that time could not reach to an understanding of these
    • beyond the reach of his words, beyond all that he could contribute
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    • post-Atlantean epoch had already reached a high degree of evolution;
    • teaching arose; his initiation had revealed to him — had
    • Christ journeyed from planet to planet and on each planet became one
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    • seen, reached a certain conclusion at the end of the Atlantean Age.
    • this teaching about man, that he is formed out of the forces of the
    • Hebrew teaching shown to us at once in the name of the first man,
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    • Bishops, but sprang from decisions which were reached below the
    • glorious in Nature; from his mother's teaching he really learnt
    • earthly food. But each time a Dew course — as we should say
    • given many and various teachings.
    • were connected with each other. And then a picture rose before my
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    • reached only after overcoming all the things which, as I told you
    • dark Host: physically, this is the dark part not reached by the sun's
    • our symbol for the Christ — reaches the first Sunday after the
    • Christian teaching, they certainly deserve to be: they prefer to fly
    • teach asceticism. Something much deeper lies behind.
    • Search for the Holy Grail”. It can be left to each individual
    • reached by the Crusaders. In the time of the Crusades the kingdom of
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    • within Earth existence! Just think what we have actually reached in
    • has then just reached the stage of development which corresponds in
    • mankind to puberty; as Being it is like man when he has reached the
    • its puberty at the time of Thales and Anaxagoras, and has now reached
    • When in this way we look at what Anthroposophy can be to us we reach
    • Who only reach the Truth through suffering, sinning,
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    • the teachings, of those Beings who have withdrawn into seclusion in
    • great Teachers of earthly humanity; but all consciousness of the
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    • (particularly these concrete cases can teach us many things if we are
    • dies, or one whose life reaches its close through illness. We also
    • death is a far-reaching experience, a far-reaching perception, and,
    • really means to him. We could ask each person: “Why have you
    • soul had not reached its present stage of development. For the
    • ... indeed, many a teacher of Greek thinks that he is far greater
    • character, and that this Plato is severely punished by his teacher
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    • beings in common, while at the same time each of them has his several
    • still teach in this way — only we do not observe it. One who
    • justify one in teaching spiritual science in the comprehensive way I
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    • knowledge does not reach.
    • that way. When one has reached say three, then there are suddenly a
    • to become if man, in each epoch, tackles his task rightly.
    • One can see already how matters stand. Those who have reached a
    • ancient times, through whom certain teachings of the Old Testament
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    • connection with the disembodied souls who have reached an
    • indicated the corresponding feeling to be experienced through each
    • reaches their consciousness.
    • reach us — contains the etheric bodies of the dead, and the
    • able to see at each step how nonsensical such a conception really is.
    • goes as far as certain shades of feeling; but he does not reach to
    • grip on humanity, because otherwise the human race will reach the
    • words: What can this particular war teach us? Thousands and thousands
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    • far-reaching questions of Anthroposophy, to take into consideration
    • and in each of these we see one of the members which man bears within
    • are at the stage which we shall some day reach when we, from within
    • will reach in a still more distant future, when he will be able to
    • soon. Just as man, if he waits for the proper moment, will reach the
    • etheric body of each single bird. Just as the group-soul directs the
    • and understand each other or try to understand each other as regards
    • the Age. In each age we have one such Spirit of the Age; then at the
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    • discriminate whether these are Beings who have now normally reached
    • exchange work with each other: the normally developed Archangels, and
    • different epochs is stimulated from within, so that each epoch has a
    • each thought was actually absorbed by the temperament of the people
    • these forces within, and weighing the share which each factor has in
    • definitions there are, and how greatly they differ from each other.
    • several personalities of the people. Each one feels something
    • follow up their work in peoples that succeed each other in the course
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    • say, easily enter into the soul of each one, because each one will be
    • If we wish to examine each of these three members of the
    • from an individual human life, for in each one of these, what is in
    • domain into which the Folk-spirit, the Archangel does not reach. For
    • the whole globe, which makes each man, irrespective of the race to
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    • earth only in the condition which he now reaches in his twentieth or
    • one-and-twenty). Man would have reached the earth only here (B), and
    • characteristics of the several peoples. Each individual in his own
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    • to lay on the opposite scale, viz., the teaching of Karma and
    • Anthroposophist will learn, through the teaching of karma and
    • outward streaming forces, acting in such a way that they stop each
    • way of working. Each time a new incarnation appeared, such as the
    • fact, that each of the conditions our earth went through, represented
    • absolutely say, that each one of the conditions through which our
    • Saturn is drawn from the Akashic Records. But each foregoing
    • earth were each especially devoted to what we may call one of the
    • these three elements, each of which had the hegemony in an earlier
    • three sides equal, the three angles equal, each angle is equidistant
    • had each for a while, the upper hand. The deeds of the ‘ I ’
    • ages were each in turn the ruling power. We shall have more to say
    • These Spirits, each of whom has many under him, because each one
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    • same with each of the other races. Thereby the streams of the peoples
    • forces first of all when they reach the physical body. You know that
    • confront each other, men who came across from Europe, and men who in
    • the civilizations which reached their zenith in Europe in the middle
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    • that companies of peoples who were each under the guidance of an
    • great Teachers of India, the Holy Rishis, who because they were aided
    • and teachings about the gods appear, but also in the philosophies, in
    • teachings and impulses which underlie esoteric Christianity; the real
    • Both of these were the teachers of that Archangel who guided the
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    • far-reaching fundamental kernel of mythological ideas extends over
    • its mythology or other teachings regarding the Gods, or even at its
    • stepping-forth out of the old clairvoyance, and had already reached a
    • it was a stage which the peoples of the West had still to reach,
    • mythology or sacred teachings we find a complete forgetting of the
    • Archangels who once upon a time reached the point of renouncing the
    • into the body and took possession of each single human being.
    • anthroposophical teachings, only make use of riper expressions, viz.,
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    • culture represents a soul which reached a high degree of the
    • pursuing the sun, and who the moment he reaches it brings about the
    • Hence there came to him a thought of very great and far-reaching
    • into himself the teachings implanted in him by Odin, who came to him
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    • Each individual people, yea, even all the smaller
    • Thor. We have seen that each single individual felt himself to be
    • of the organism. At that time each individual still felt himself to
    • reached a culminating point in the fulfillment of its special
    • himself will reach a culture in which his Spiritual Soul will attain
    • of in this Being. If you take the teachings of Spiritual Science as
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    • Scandinavian mythology or teaching of the gods, which in an
    • if, under the pressure of materialism, the teaching that Christ will
    • Serpent. They balance each other, that is to say, they slay each
    • they annihilate each other. Freyr, that which for a while developed
    • The moment the facts should teach us otherwise, we
    • If we accept from the whole of mankind all that each
    • It is wonderful to me how well people understand each
    • to understand each other in the deepest essence of our
    • each other, especially in that which I mentioned at the last
    • before a man has reached the stage of clairvoyance, to test what is
    • in each people practicing self-knowledge and inquiring, ‘What
    • make the firm resolution and hold the high ideal, — each one
    • is here to teach us not to place them in opposition to one another,
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    • henceforward placed within his reach.
    • evolution in the other direction — an impulse which actually reached its climax
    • which reached its climax during the nineteenth century. And today man is
    • reached in the eighth millennium for the moon-existence to unite again with the
    • spider's web wherein human beings will be enmeshed, if they will not reach out
    • tragedy that men will be brought to the point of resolving, each in his own
    • to have reached a higher level of existence when, in the eighth millennium,
    • animal world, Goethe only reached the point of applying this principle of
    • place within his reach since the last third of the nineteenth century.
    • spread over the world today under the name of spiritual teaching is nothing but
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    • which our spiritual science, our Anthroposophy, gave in its teachings.
    • that it looks upon the teaching about telepathy as anything else but a
    • contradiction between the teaching of Copernicus and the Bible —
    • notwithstanding that the teaching of Copernicus is not in the
    • spiritual scientist must, through his teachings, so think of what
    • “Look, you have made seven columns, seven on each side of the
    • similar columns are placed near each other. The capitals of our columns
    • the reasons are to be found on the same ground from which the teaching
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    • The teachers in the Mysteries spoke
    • teachers in the Mysteries who practised the art of healing —
    • teachers in the Mysteries the man of olden time became aware through
    • festival varying each year. Even man's experience of the flow of time
    • Holy Night, Christ will be born in the heart of each one of you, and
  • Title: Lecture: Michelangelo
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    • ways to reach some notion of such an evolution of human history —
    • to see a real significance in such an evolution of man, for each
    • Modern reproductions make it even more possible to reach some insight
    • Western Europe we have the world conception which reached its peak in
    • through a period in which these senses could reach their highest and
    • nature. Each type of stone calls for its own specific form, and each
    • woman just reaching maturity; she stands forth among the other Angel
    • the highest things. Sibyls and Prophets stand over against each other
    • each by his own measure. Michelangelo's special quality is that
    • like a frail barque reached that wide port where all
    • one of the Medici musing, the other vigorous of will, both at each
    • soul is to be found within the human ego as Anthroposophy teaches, in
    • like a frail barque reached that wide port where all
    • just the greatest spirits that teach us most vividly how the meaning
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    • When a man who has reached, shall we say, the first
    • through. The difference between one who has reached the first steps
    • day. No wonder that when someone who has reached the first stage of
    • Now man can reach the position he must occupy if he is
    • that opposes this striving to reach the spiritual world, and the
    • determined effort, we reach the stage where mere theorising, mere
    • convinced that Spiritual Science reaches into the innermost forces of
    • For example, the origin of each
    • reach the stage of consciously perceiving the influences brought to
    • takes effect by slow degrees, and to-day it has already reached a
  • Title: Lecture: Past Incarnations of the Peoples of Today
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    • understanding of human life. The teachings of Spiritual Science must
    • thought that they merely dabble in Spiritual Science and never reach
    • I am not now referring to those who actually received the teachings
    • actual life, teachings like that of repeated earthly lives, which in
    • teachers have been able to speak intelligibly of life as it is at the
    • human intelligence to the understanding of the teachings of Spiritual
    • Science and take these teachings really seriously, we should soon
  • Title: Lecture: Morality and Karma
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    • authority of a teacher. This is far more comfortable. On the other
    • each other. Envy and falsehood in particular offend against the
    • progress. Yet they get on very well with each other. Envy is a
    • prove the truth of theosophical teachings. Let us observe a certain
  • Title: Lecture: The Inexpressible Name, Spirits of Space and Time.
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    • which he does now. You see, each one of you, from a certain time of
    • approaching life from the basis of lifeless things and by reaching,
    • easily he reaches his aims. Among modern people we do not really find
    • Each person has his own egoistic interest. External schematic
    • preachers only move in the regions of human egoism, their sermons may
    • be full of words dealing with the Divine, yet they will only preach
    • against the past would not live in each one of us, opposing the Greek
    • This should particularly be the case with teachers (let me emphasize
    • particularly in the training of teachers. Teachers should not have
    • of that egoism which only reaches up to the nearest Divinity; i.e.,
    • be glad for each person who shows but a grain of understanding, and
    • must be done by each one in the place where he is standing. This is
    • We can really say that we are welcoming each day which brings us
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    • his spirit he belongs to the spiritual world. We reach into these
    • differentiate them. Truth can only be reached if we are able to
    • realm; this nucleus is the bearer of our Karma. What each one of
    • sensation may be reached in regard to our own being: that of
    • life exists in order that each part of our being may add to us
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    • souls. In the next decades, even before we reach the middle of the
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Knowledge: A Way of Life
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    • evades us like a dream; its great and far-reaching conceptions slip
    • to revise them for a new edition. The teaching of the spiritual
    • several realms of knowledge. Each made a deep study of the field of
    • merely man in general, but each single human being, is relied upon to
    • the world, conscious that each one of us is needed and reckoned upon
  • Title: Lecture: How Can the Destitution of Soul in Modern Times Be Overcome?
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    • mankind had reached, the faculties of intellect and of feeling were
    • to each other. In this respect there is a great, difference between
    • time. People, then, did not pass each other by with the complete
    • to make friends. We must know a great deal about each other before
    • Heart-and-feeling in the one could still reach out more spiritually
    • have gradually reached a point at which, as a general rule, we do not
    • impression upon each other which worked with the immediacy of a blow.
    • understand each other, perhaps because owing to other karmic
    • children, brothers and sisters each other. Reciprocal understanding
    • difficulty we find in understanding each other. I need only say —
    • special gifts for teaching others about the different temperaments
    • type of person and there is that other type, and, with each, must
    • being, to understand the child, and how each child develops according
    • dislikes so much that afterwards whatever they have to do with each
    • mankind, it is distressing to watch the effect teachers in a
    • take each of them as he is able and to make the very most of that.
    • teacher himself, that any real effort to uphold individuality as such
    • out of the group to teach people about Christ. But in the fifth
    • terms with our fellow men even though each of them may have his own
    • each other. There are already a sufficient number of people who
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    • within the spiritual, which lies at the foundation of each single
    • for example, such an exercise as concentration each morning upon a
    • through a dense thicket. After that, one reaches the experience that hurts
    • cannot be reached without painful inner experiences. The great truths do
  • Title: Lecture: The Meaning of Easter: St. Paul and the Christ Impulse
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    • the time of the Easter festival, note must be taken each year of the
    • teaching of Christianity into earth-evolution. The parallelism between
    • sake of the earthly evolution of mankind, and the teaching given by
    • divine and spiritual kingdom that could be reached only by inward
    • think he can reach the Christ with the mere vision of the senses, Paul
    • necessary outcome of the teaching of modern theology, if only people took
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    • Movement, have been realised. Nay, they have not even reached the
    • — is mere empty talk, we shall not reach a hopeful prospect,
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    • it has not yet reached its culminating point — which it will
    • say, we must bring into it life that has not yet reached the utterly
    • in the organisation of some plant before it reached the point of
    • extent, all life that has not yet reached the state of chaos rejects
    • earthly life that has not yet reached the state of chaos. On
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    • each of these materials is inwardly related to a specific spiritual
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    • crater is formed reaching very nearly to the bottom of the pail, and
    • out of the whole. Therefore each individual measure is truly applicable
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    • what we take from the apple- or the peach-tree—the fleshy fruit
    • the force of which I have just spoken has reached its final culmination.
    • this way. Quite generally speaking, you have far-reaching possibilities
    • die out. Thus, for each living creature, there are quite definite conditions.
    • from Taurus, or from Cancer, or the other constellations. In each case
    • different being in each case. moreover, the resultant influence depends
    • when it is too strong, it will be insufficient to reach to the top.
    • reaching the necessary level. The true force of fertility depends upon
    • theorised about it instead of looking at the process, we might reach
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    • creatures, each and all, provide for a proper distribution of astrality,
    • from the spiritual side. It is of a far-reaching significance.
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    • more or less, by a kind of astral cloud. The plant itself does not reach
    • not reach up to the Ego, more Ego remains there potentially. Hence,
    • we must always learn to look at the things themselves, and of each thing
    • is a whole number of standard fodders, each of which has its significance
    • as a fresh and interesting chapter of anthroposophical teaching? The
  • Title: Lecture: The Significance of the Mass
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    • everyone believed that each life was only one of a long
  • Title: Lecture: The Universe
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    • universe; but we have not yet reached our own being, for we
    • imitate the universe. If we touch ourselves, we reach
    • world. When we reach this moment, we should, above all,
    • condition in which the fruit reaches the stage of
    • which dissolve him. And when he will reach Aquarius this
    • being reaches birth, the first four force impulses lie
    • childish head teaches the child (“Kindskopf den
    • how the childish head, which is the teacher, should treat
    • they touch each other, clasp hands, and so forth.
    • deeply significant — each gesture, every single sign.
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    • blood of the Templars belonged to Christ Jesus — each one of them knew
    • rack, and they acknowledged the very thing that each one for himself had
    • has placed us each into a different kind of life passes through our I,
  • Title: Paths to Knowledge of Higher Worlds
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    • reached in such a way as to maintain throughout our clear and
    • reach a knowledge of the higher worlds. It is a first beginning in
    • forms and pictures, enables us to reach the first stage in the
    • which is ordinarily reached by self-contemplation. This imaginative
    • Those who reach such an organic-morphological way of thinking which
    • way in which the imaginative experience was reached. The conditions
    • reached in regard to higher worlds through ordinary philosophical
    • When the child changes its teeth, it reaches a final point in regard
    • reach the point of recognising that the forces which push out the
    • we have reached the point of developing this imaginative way of
    • each other. Mere combining thought cannot grasp the life which
    • In the state of consciousness which Anthroposophy strives to reach
    • us a support in our ordinary life. This again can only be reached
    • which are not the spheres of thought, in order to reach not only
    • it brought with it from the spiritual worlds and which the teacher or
    • let us rise above it; let us abandon matter in order to reach high
    • of this spirit, but when we have reached it through love (and it can
    • only be reached through love, through religious devotion and warmth,
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    • teaches us how we must think about reality, must be forsaken. After
    • not reach down to this level. We can find in the hidden depths of
    • or at least truth can be reached if one knows both. The path of
    • sense more probable than this. With its teaching of gradual
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    • regions one does not need to go to in order to reach the
    • human nature within ourselves if each external impression did not
    • head organisation teaches us something that eludes ordinary
    • processes. This teaches us how the bodily head organisation actually
    • spiritual science teaches us that the death-bringing principle is
    • reached the point where we discover this actual soul body in
    • respect. Now the point had been reached when the Event of Golgotha
    • contrary, spiritual science reaches up to the highest level of
    • understanding, want to complain of the views and teachings of
    • Christianity arose, the teachings about Christ Jesus came out
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    • would have to speak at very great length. Each one of you can himself
    • reach the depths of that of which I shall speak to-day, if he holds
    • interpenetrate each other.
    • each other.
    • two cycles penetrate each other; then parting, continue separately
    • from which Zarathustra gave forth his teaching; the knowledge, whose
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    • far-reaching wisdom was actually lost to man; how this wisdom of the
    • without weighing how those conclusions were reached; for they
    • last they are reached, make people say: true, true, true — and
    • each other's eyes, but the others even give eyes to the crows that
    • from this side and from that, to the teaching of Spiritual Science,
    • thoughts all that Spiritual Science teaches, that it fails to be
    • whether in their present attitude to what Spiritual Science teaches
    • people want. At the present day we have reached the point, when all
    • understand in their true meaning the teaching of Spiritual
    • fitted for a man who can reach as far as to the stars, thus:
  • Title: Lecture: The Peoples of the Earth in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • the other hand, the peoples of the Earth have not yet reached the
    • divisions or members, clearly distinct from each other, are revealed
    • life.’ These teachers instructed their pupils in certain
    • man of Greece set himself an ideal, it was one he strove to reach by
    • pulse in the world; it is preached throughout the world in the form
    • stage of a decline, because it is devoid of all endeavours to reach
    • 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
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Mystery, Novalis, the Seer
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    • epoch there were great Teachers who were also the Leaders of
    • imparting the deeper teachings concerning the Gods of old
    • Gods — such was the ancient teaching. That the world will give
    • the future. Their vision reached beyond the time of the great
    • The great Teachers in
    • with the fire of spiritual inspiration, been able to teach
    • from them. The teachings given by the Rishis concerning the
    • teachings based on a primeval wisdom, because the Rishis were
    • human soul has not reached the stage where it can unfold the
    • of the Being proclaimed by the ancient Teachers of India as
    • Christ was proclaimed in advance by the Teachers of ancient
    • proclamations, this is not the fault of the great Teachers of
    • pupils had reached a very advanced stage, they were permitted, at
    • certain times, to listen to teachings even more secret. And
    • teachings that must precede vision of the higher worlds, then
    • reached only after death’, holds good no longer. For
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    • doing? Had they any conception of the far-reaching consequences of
    • men have gradually reached a point in their development when they are
    • wanted to point out that the domain usually reached only in artistic
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • Intuition. Each soul must ask himself this significant question,
    • shaped by natural science. In the attempt to reach a true natural
    • teaching about mechanical heat, he constructs hypotheses about the
    • fruitfulness. But then, if we reach a certain degree of
    • cannot give each exercise here in detail, but you can find this
    • to the way in which each exercise on the path to imaginative
    • one reaches ideas, which in a purely formal way are like memory
    • Then, in order to reach to
    • it, this consciousness has a certain emptiness. If we reach this
    • spiritual objectivity, this is in reality Inspiration. We reach right
    • pursuing this way of knowledge to the next stage. This we reach in that
    • but we go yet a stage further. When a man reaches the Imaginative
    • prospect of the super-sensible world to which we belong is reached by
    • we have reached the stage not of weakening our Ego, but, just through
    • the super-sensible world. We reach the point of recognising the
    • imaginative content, we reach the stage of perceiving the
    • haze of mysticism, rather the way to reach this particular knowledge
    • sense-perceptions. One reaches to full, complete reality when to a
    • only observers of the world. That, however, which we reach through
    • the ordinary consciousness does not reach. Thus, as thinking lives in
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    • that our experiences differ in each of the epochs during which we are
    • indicate the characteristic trend of human evolution in each of these
    • ‘Bodhisattva’) received teaching from Barlaam about the
    • Buddha's teaching is in a particular sense moral teaching, the
    • Christ Impulse is not teaching but actual power which works as
    • that in the teachings of Buddha, Karma is an abstract matter, having
    • The teaching of moral
    • Earth in order to prepare for that Event and give teaching to those
    • What are we doing when we teach
    • Spiritual Science to-day? We are teaching what Oriental wisdom so
    • Suddhodana, attained Buddha-hood. In those Oriental teachings was
    • Teacher of the Christ Impulse. This is indicated very clearly in the
    • Bodhisattva) is instructed by Barlaam, the Christian teacher.
    • The Oriental occult teachings call this Bodhisattva the
    • how the, Maitreya Buddha will teach after three thousand years have
    • passed. Much of his teaching can also be expressed in symbolic forms.
    • Buddha gave the great intellectual teachings of right speech, right
    • Individuality appeared and was to become a Teacher of humanity, signs
    • life. What happens is that when this human being has reached a
    • teaching of wisdom, goodness of heart and peace on Earth. To enable
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    • itself out until it reaches our organ of vision, and then our brain. The
    • has reached a definite point, it swings back again to the opposite
    • space and reach the point.
    • second and first dimension and reach the point where we no longer
    • reach higher stages of cognition, we find something striking. Those
    • ancient pupils or teachers of Yoga, had they reached Socratic or
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    • all sides and reaching man.
    • on to consider man's chest formation, we reach an inward understanding of
    • fledged artists; one becomes a sculptor by reaching back, with full
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    • The teachers
    • teachers and pupils of the Mysteries coming over from Asia were
    • teachers and pupils of the Oriental Mysteries if we repeat a precept
    • which was addressed to the pupils over and over again by the teachers
    • stage of the ancient way of Eastern wisdom so that the teachers and
    • able to reach an adjustment between East and West. But this
    • reached — although it must be reached if we are really to go
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    • this yearning to reach the world behind the sense phenomena; while
    • true teaching concerning the Father God.
    • experiences each separately, and so he has still an understanding for
    • world, in ways that were different in their effect from our teaching
    • end; only then we shall be able to reach an inner understanding of
    • get beyond ordinary sense-perception and reach the point where
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    • living teaching of the Risen Christ: resurrection. Today it lies in the
    • teaching (concerned with the more external side of things) and
    • esoteric teaching which is accessible only to those who have
    • knowledge. The exoteric teaching is contained in the Gospels and
    • teaching there has always been an esoteric Christianity,
    • Christianity the teaching of greatest moment is that concerning
    • esoteric teaching, the words can be little more than
    • teaching given by Him to those disciples with whom He was in
    • must ask: What was the teaching given by Christ after the
    • teaching to the souls of men. Those who received such teaching
    • Gods in a spiritual way. Nor did they receive these teachings in
    • wisdom consisted of teachings given by the Gods to man in regard
    • — such was the substance of the teaching imparted to human
    • reminded of something. As they received the teachings of
    • the teachings of the Gods and who then passed them on to others
    • approximately, was the substance of the esoteric teaching given
    • by the Risen Christ to His initiated disciples: it was a teaching
    • into the depths of this esoteric teaching, we must realise that
    • Ahriman really exists to-day only in such teachings as are
    • between Gods, and this also formed part of the esoteric teachings
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    • man. I become acquainted with the older and with the younger, each
    • one for himself. At first they interest me, each one for himself.
    • teachings. But they are mistaken. We must not only go from one
    • cannot reach a really spiritual way of looking at things. This gives
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science, a Necessity for the Present Time
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    • when the sun's forces reach the lowest point of their physical
    • with the goals that must be reached during the 5th epoch of culture.
    • things which must be reached, for in future they will say: Come to us
    • through which man roams when he has reached world-conception of the
    • lost the possibility of transcending itself, of reaching something
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    • which cannot reach as far as the ethical ideas. The ethical ideas are
    • knowledge does not reach back so far as to enable us to grasp the
    • reached freedom in the course of his development, had the primeval
    • connected with everything which could reach man from divine heights
    • made towards the middle of the 15th century will have reached its end
    • addition to that which these sciences teach, we may also direct our
    • you will find what great results Goethe has reached
    • contemplating the world and of handling things in order to reach
    • reaching the positive results of spiritual science, if we find it
    • spiritualists; those who disdain to reach a real spiritual knowledge
    • shall reach the God within you”. They will tell you these
    • heart these things very deeply. For that which is to be reached
    • through our anthroposophical movement can only be reached through the
  • Title: Lecture: Cosmogony, Freedom, Altruism
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    • like impulses dropped from on high that the teaching of
    • creating a social framework such that each man lives and
    • civilisation each man trying to live and work for the rest!
    • Why, the whole order of society is so instituted, that each
    • Europe, Asia, each have one third of what must be attained
    • each has a special talent — then and then only, we
    • him to reach out to a knowledge of the super-sensible forces
    • understand each other. But if things go on as they have in
    • the past, then they will never understand each other,
    • understand each other as well. The Asiatics look at America,
  • Title: Lecture: Brunetto Latini
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    • friend and teacher Brunetto Latini, who, as I think
    • any rate was known to that time. They knew that man, to reach
    • it was known to Brunetto Latini, teacher and friend of Dante.
    • philosophy. I know what philosophy is, and what it teaches.
    • never have reached his peculiar relation to the spiritual
    • teacher, to educate him into the spiritual world.
    • by this woman. This line of evolution reaches back to the
    • could reach to what the Christ-Impulse was in its reality.
  • Title: Lecture: The Shaping of the Human Form out of Cosmic and Earthly Forces
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    • mean. For each has only one meaning. The fact that the
    • knowledge we shall in fact reach what Spiritual Science is.
  • Title: Lecture: Yuletide and the Christmas Festival
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    • that the teachers at the Gymnasium (Grammar School) there had
  • Title: Lecture: Buddha
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    • teaching of Buddha should frequently be discussed to-day, is a fact
    • teachings of repeated earthly lives is almost tantamount to saying
    • but in such a way that each descent was deeper than the last.
    • earthly lives such a being as a Buddha must previously have reached
    • ever-increasing store of wisdom, until he had reached a point whence
    • has reached a point in life where there is no more a thirst for
    • gradually to reach and enter Nirvana. In other words, he may learn so
    • the essential nature of Buddha's illumination and teaching unless we
    • must make amends if he would reach his goal. In later life a man does
    • Power to life within me, I shall reach at last the sphere of the
    • with a future event through which he may reach a point where his
    • having each a fundamentally similar mission, but the Christian looks
    • each time as a fresh experience. Not only the isolated individual
    • great Spirit who once brought to man a teaching pointing to the past,
    • world of facts and strive to reach a higher stage merely in the inner
    • can say with Goethe: “I have not yet reached the stage where
    • because he knows that for the moment he has not reached this highest
  • Title: Lecture: Hygiene - a Social Problem
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    • that when the conclusions reached by medical or physiological science
    • has reached its height to-day, although frequently in a highly
    • make is that a man who holds fast to the material can never reach a
    • a whole. We should reach a universal principle able to form part
    • relation of human beings to each other than there is to-day when men
    • pass each other by without either having the slightest understanding
    • teacher who is continually giving instruction and indicating means
    • heal when disease has reached a point where men realise they
    • those who do not seriously penetrate to the heart of the teaching but
    • then the position of each individual in the community will be quite
    • teaching them to utter the vowel and consonant sounds clearly and
    • more than educational rules according to which the teacher is
    • teacher realise what it means if he helps the child to speak
    • We need teachers who are
    • thought underlying the Course I gave to the teachers when the Waldorf
    • enough to have, as well as the school teachers who are working merely
    • that teaches and instructs the children in a way conducive to real
    • organism. Spiritual Science teaches, moreover, that one cannot get to
    • waking life, how and when they permeate each other in the body, soul
    • separated fromeach other in sleep — all these things are
  • Title: Lecture: Speech and Song
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    • pronounce a B or a P, an L or an M, in each case it rests upon the
    • each of them can at the same time be conceived as a form), these
    • told you. Now when we reach this point, we find that we have lost the
    • vowel-language which it is only natural to sing. And when we reach
    • in a certain octave. But when we reach the spiritual world, we do not
    • manifestation is the same, but it is filled in each case with a
  • Title: Lecture: Three Epochs in the Religious Education of Man
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    • will, feeling and by his earthly education, each of these three
    • epochs has striven for something else. In each of these epochs man
    • education. It fell to the old Initiates, the teachers of that ancient
    • was the task of Initiation Science to teach man how he could direct
    • Initiation Science was to give man this sublime teaching: “Know
    • now teach men: The Being Who erstwhile dwelt in Eternity, in the
    • the Initiates could teach man how he can be united with the Divine
    • directed by the great Divine Teachers of the world, there was added
  • Title: Lecture: The Problem of Jesus and Christ in Earlier Times
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    • understand such teachings as the Gnosis of Valentinus, for example,
    • longer had the capacity to understand such teachings. Only this could
    • one.” There were special teachings in the Mysteries that
    • of Alexandria, where those who wished to become Christian teachers
    • something in his teachings that we may describe in this way: The
    • beings, but not in the earthly sphere. The only ones who could reach
    • spiritual realms. The Christ had already reached the point where he
    • the teachings of Origenes were condemned. They were pronounced
    • drop in a third, and so on. In the case of each of these initiates,
    • spiritual soul and the physical part in each individual human being
    • Paul's teachings, and so on, but the Bible, as we know, was not
    • teachings of Euken and Harnack come along. Isn't it true that
    • important points in the spiritual scientific teaching is this: It can
    • seeking, we must truly have the feeling that we cannot reach our goal
    • materialism has conquered such broad and far-reaching areas of life,
  • Title: Lecture: On the Dimensions of Space
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    • something reaches over in us from the left, to cross with what is
    • from the fact that you will probably reach out in a very tangible
    • when, stung by a gnat, we reach out with our hand, is only the
    • we make our thinking inwardly alive and mobile we can reach no
  • Title: Lecture: What Has Geology to Say About the Origin of the World?
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    • to myself: There you are resting directly on ground which reaches
    • unshaken; its back rises on high, where its summit was never reached
    • geology, which anyhow have reached a point from which they
    • drilling-operations reach depths which must be regarded only as tiny
  • Title: Lecture: Thinking and Willing as Two Poles of the Human Soul-Life
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    • can certainly take for granted that thought has its own place within each
    • cherries, each cherry had inscribed its past into your mouth, and
    • To live according to the laws of logic means that each concept is
    • mid-way between, to the Kingdom of Christ. Until we reach this
  • Title: Vortrage: Denken, Fühlen, Wollen - Das Muspilhgedicht
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    • teaching, but that it can be carried out into our immediate life,
    • of St. Paul, ‘If Christ be not risen, then is our preaching
    • occult teachings — for instance, about Buddha or the
    • extensive teaching of reincarnation and karma in Isis
    • time — and will then be a great teacher on earth. That is the
    • highest individuality to which the Eastern occult teaching leads. And
    • arose to learn to know more intimately the great teacher of
    • forward what has been said to-day so that each of you may know the
    • our task to enter more deeply into the teachings and truths we have
    • occult subsoil for these things, and the teaching we have received
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 2: The Inner Aspects of the Saturn-embodiment of the Earth
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    • This can be seen in the fact that there are to-day teachings
    • use, ‘Soul-teaching without soul.’ In the celebrated
    • ‘soul-teaching without soul’ although it did not coin the
    • expression. This teaching insisted, without taking an independent
    • ‘soul teaching without soul’ is to-day famous throughout
    • respect it is all alike But the important thing is when we reach
    • ordinary intellect cannot reach is for us precisely the most
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 3: The Inner Aspect of the Sun-embodiment of the Earth
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  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 4: The Inner Aspect of the Moon-embodiment of the Earth (Part 1)
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    • of our thinking. In the case of a teacher or tutor who is above all
    • reach the stage they ought to have attained. A commonplace comparison
    • they interpenetrated each other, to denser substance, to
    • teach him the meaning of the earth. The incident represented in the
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 5: The Inner Aspect of the Moon-embodiment of the Earth (Part 2)
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    • the spiritual. We must now start from that point which we reached in
    • amply teaches us this.
    • each other for an eternity. And what is worth striving for, if love
    • continuity! Myriads of ages, each having its own life, and to each a
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 6: The Inner Aspect of the Earth-embodiment of the Earth
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    • look for a spiritual prototype for each one of them — but not
    • was to fetch rolls for the family breakfast. Now in that village each
    • ‘I have been given ten kreuzers, each roll costs two kreuzers,
    • each other, yet need have nothing to do with the reality; for
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 1: The Driving Force Behind Europe's War
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    • anthroposophy. People have not yet reached the point where
    • decline and fall in the universe. Each can, or indeed must,
    • sermons preached in the churches — with politicians now
    • actually consider themselves to be the teachers of these
    • how many people would not consider those teachers to be
    • teacher says to a band of children: To make sure nothing else
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 2: Humanity's Struggle for Morality
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    • Sun, Moon and Earth — to reach its present level of
    • body. It has reached a great level of perfection because the
    • never reach this point, however. They will continue to look
    • no further development after this, and today we have reached
    • a point where people only reach the age of 27, if this is
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 3: The Search for a Perfect World
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    • never reach perfection. Yet people who think
    • Teachers also do, for instance. Today, every educational
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 4: The Elemental Spirits of Birth and Death
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    • reached its fourth period, people again began to rule the
    • it has reached the lowest point does not stop there. The
    • assault each other in my name, there am I in the midst of
    • eagerly fought for his own truth. Each of them believes that
    • atoms, each with his own point of view, with no one able to
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 5: Changes in Humanity's Spiritual Make-up
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    • age both the earth and humanity had reached their midpoint.
    • inner constitution is such that they simply cannot reach
    • brutal teaching of St Augustine, for example, and also of
    • not yet reached the point, however, where they can really be
    • simply fail to reach the element which is now becoming more
    • much more from each other than one thinks, for the human soul
    • choice: To go on beating each other to a pulp, shooting at
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 6: The New Spirituality
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    • could not be reached by mere reflection before that time. You
    • overcoming the luciferic element, and only reaches the head
    • schoolteachers according to present-day ideas, and indeed
    • It will therefore be necessary in future to appoint teachers
    • Examinations for prospective teachers must therefore be
    • are to become teachers. We still have a long way to go with
    • teachers should be prophets. But it will not be for ever.
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 7: Working from Spiritual Reality
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    • great climax now reached in the age of materialism. The
    • in the field of education, to train teachers by teaching them
    • would like to have the image of the ideal teacher and then
    • always have such a teacher. But they only have to think a
    • yourself who the teachers, the educators were who influenced
    • then consider the teachers of that individual to see if you
    • can somehow connect the significance of those teachers with
    • interesting if biographies told us more about the teachers;
    • be able to find out much about what those teachers did to
    • one of his best-known teachers was headmaster Herman Grimm.
    • was a good boy and had few beatings. The teacher's general
    • story is told of this teacher, and it is really true. On one
    • not become a great man because his teacher had this
    • education and teaching methods. The people with whom my karma
    • teaching we are aware that we and our pupils have been
    • and during the next seven years, until they reach puberty,
    • with their teachers. They also believe everybody from their
    • when it comes to their teachers and educators. We will know
    • Whether we are particularly good at teaching something, or
    • completely inept teachers may on occasion have a tremendous
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    • conclusion reached by people who say the war must continue
    • relate to each other, you will have something similar to the
    • the cells of the organism do not walk past each other in the
    • teach us a great deal; we must be awake in following events,
    • teaches us something. What is the only possible conclusion
    • these thoughts to reach their conclusion. Anyone who has a
    • there a real conclusion was reached. People did not say:
    • World history has been teaching
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 9: The Battle between Michael and 'The Dragon'
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    • with a peak was reached in what we may call a way of grasping
    • had, of course, reached its peak in the 1840s, but in those
    • the phases of the Moon, and all impulses which reach the
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 10: The Influence of the Backward Angels
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    • alongside each other, in spite of the Press. Profoundly
    • discussed among friends. People do not talk to each other.
    • today. More important than anything you can teach and
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 11: Recognizing the Inner Human Being
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    • must pay real attention. Teachers must pay attention to it,
    • each other) where under certain conditions the Moon current
    • future. To teach children abstract notions of nature and the
    • undercurrent in them can be reached. Then you will see an
    • teacher who also dries up the children's minds. Worst of all,
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 12: The Spirits of Light and the Spirits of Darkness
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    • in each individual region was to establish order in the blood
    • teachings of rebellion against heredity and against tribal
    • particular, we see teachings come up which rebel against
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    • particular families, tribes, nations and races each time they
    • teaching the exact sciences of mathematics, physics and
    • limited as that of someone just out of teacher training
    • All our endeavour is to reach your heights;
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    • This is where the forces are anchored which act with each
    • other, against each other and so on; there we see what is
    • capable of development until they reached the span extending
    • of further development only until they reach their 20s, is
    • Something which evolves in the human blood until people reach
    • into action when individuals have reached the age of 28, when
    • The spirits of light only want us to reach maturity and be
    • reached a sufficiently respectable age for it to be fair to
    • not teach us anything. In materialistic thinking, sciences
    • teach people much about the reality which others intend to
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    • beginning for a real evolutionary teaching that extended as far as
    • teaching on metamorphosis does not extend as far as the human being.
    • broaden this teaching on metamorphosis, entirely in a Goethean sense,
    • reached — I will not say a respectable — a quite
    • proud when each person declares himself to know it all. But in true
  • Title: Lecture: Man's Fall and Redemption
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    • that man has no inner strength enabling him to reach the spiritual,
    • modern humanity cannot reach the goal of the evolution of the earth,
    • natural science teaches us to think, and we consider social life, too,
    • chain of animal evolution. It could not reach a pre-earthly,
    • implies that the earth cannot reach the goal of its evolution as long
    • reach the source of origin of all, where everything is spiritual, and
    • for instance, a mind like Darwin could not possibly have reached the
    • conclusions set forth above; he would have reached other
    • To-day it is advanced enough and has reached long ago the point of
    • teaching of repeated lives on earth. This lies in a straight line
    • has reached a point where it strives to cast aside the mass of sterile
    • of the human being, anatomically and physiologically, to reach, by
    • shall not reach this point. Then we shall argue, very intelligently,
    • reach the goal of the evolution of the Earth. Modern science makes it
    • impossible to reach the goal of the evolution of the Earth.
    • spirituality cannot reach man as long as the content of space is
  • Title: Lecture: Calendar of the Soul
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    • how to interpret these symbols reaches the reality, the
    • because conditions are different in each hemisphere. But the rhythmic
    • mission of Spiritual Science or Anthroposophy to teach us to know and
    • spirits rise up and reach a state of ecstasy at midsummer, that the activity
    • intensity of physical life, the ecstasy of physical life, is reached
    • effect upon the plants is different in each case.
    • which I myself regard as very important. For each consecutive
    • Each one of
    • by Dr Steiner and corresponding to each sign of the Zodiac.
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    • background of his anthroposophical teaching. He constantly emphasized
    • with a healthy sense for truth reaches the point where these concepts
    • through which earth spirit and sun spirit behold each other.
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    • freedom about it, reaching far beyond Philistine,
    • humane ethical preacher; the Social Democrats as a Social
    • an epileptic. Thus, each one in turn set him forth under the
    • only in a certain sense — as regards the teachings over
    • epoch (reaching on, therefore, into the 15th century
    • received quite special forces when he reached the age of 14
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    • and reaching on into our time — stood under the
    • falling on a different date each year. It would be far easier
    • all-embracing Wisdom which becomes Teaching for mankind, and
    • Word, the Teaching, not in a mere scholastic sense. For
    • spiritual-scientific teaching which leads at length to a real
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    • reaches out into the Cosmos. What constellation will
    • they tried to express how each secret of the stars is
    • great and so far-reaching that this present time could blush
    • Even when we bring forward truths that reach out into such
  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • belonged together here in the physical world find each other
    • spiritual-scientific direction, after having reached the boundary
    • which man adds to his head. In this way man reaches the point of
  • Title: Lecture: The Supersensible in the Human Being and in the Universe
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    • reach an ascending line of development, deriving from
    • world conception that has reached such a great development in the
    • reached the point of perceiving truth and reality and that which
    • divine spiritual essence in the universe. The teachers who sought
    • more scarce who felt the need for such teachings and wished to
    • listen to the messages of these teachers in order to draw out of
    • reach this Ego consciousness, this experience of freedom, and it
    • has reached this point. But now we are facing a significant
    • inwardly, if he wishes to reach super-sensible knowledge with the
    • long path which we must tread in order to reach a genuine
    • possible for everyone to reach at least the point of checking the
    • reached the point of exact thinking. When I contemplate the
    • that have been reached in the sphere of physics and chemistry. We
    • Oriental sage sought to reach, through a reverberation of speech,
    • thinking which can be reached through meditation enables us to
    • thinking he feels that he has reached the first stage enabling
    • to you, the human being of modern times gradually reaches a
    • they were told by initiates who were their teachers; they felt
    • spiritual science, about which I spoke to you, teaches us to look
    • reach the point of connecting a moral, a religious element with
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    • never reach a satisfactory solution of this problem. Even such
    • strengthened by exercise. We must reach the point of intensifying
    • know that only by IMAGINATION we reach the stage of being able to
    • reach the point of transforming our life of desires, so that
    • reach the point of having a right judgment of the alternating
  • Title: Lecture: East and West in the Light of the Christmas Idea
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    • and in the invisible world. We see people making presents to each
    • in which this eastern teaching is contained in the Bhagavad Gita,
    • teaching was that man perceived not only the external sensory
    • initiation by the teachers and priests of the Mysteries. It was
    • reached the point where thought develops, as it were, in modern
    • side. But we have not reached the point of recognizing thought as
    • orbit 354 times. A Jupiter year, a great Jupiter year, reached
    • knowledge. We must reach the point of envisaging what may be
    • of all we must reach Christ. A profound intimate deepening of the
    • external world and the Maya of thought. These must reach a
    • conception of Maya. Mankind reached Maya, the external Maya. The
  • Title: Lecture: Man and Cosmos
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    • things in sequence, for each of these members has a different
    • them separately, as it were, and consider each one in its special
    • say that the perceptions come from outside; they reach, as it
    • consciousness. We may, to be sure, make excavations reaching a
    • having to dig a hole into it, so that we could reach or see
    • these perceptions do not reach human consciousness. For what the
    • could really reach your consciousness, they would not be ordinary
    • reach man, by rising up from below. Even as the visual
    • the radiations of metals continually reach us from below; yet
    • for other purposes. For we really perceive something with each
    • way in which the influences of the metals reach us from below, so
  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • for example, the Old Testament, or other religious teachings of
    • development. They reach back to ages when earthly life was still
    • and the ancient teachings of the Gods. If we wish to find Christ,
    • Christ must be reached in inner freedom. Particularly the way in
    • portal of death with the great teaching of freedom. Avowal of the
    • a world airship and reach the Sun, for where they suppose the
    • have to teach, will not only imply looking at Christ, but being
    • to know the difference between the teachings of the older
    • evolution, reaching back as far as Saturn and forward as far as
  • Title: Lecture: Knowledge Pervaded with the Experience of Love
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    • into ancient times, we find that each cloud formation, the
    • the last gods of the godly hierarchy reaching down to the earth
    • reaches its human fulfillment in the event which took place in
    • We thus reach the
    • point of saying to ourselves: Man has reached on the one hand his
    • the intellectual sphere, so that we can reach that purity of
    • warmth. He cannot reach them, and this is the true cause of his
    • reached by direct discussion with the opponent. Nothing can do us
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    • at any other time — one thought. Nations are facing each other
    • can face each other, enemy face enemy, how men can mutually bring
    • He may teach us all over the earth really to experience in the truest
    • of their teachers, there was exhibited also again and again a great
    • the thought which again and again was made clear by their teachers to
    • alter if the Earth's goal and task are to be reached. I see something
    • to reach the Earth's goal and task.
    • people passed, each one took part by rocking the child for a moment.
    • the nations are at war with each other, living in hate, how countless
    • man can reach by means of science.
    • just seek the origin of those impulses which to-day oppose each other
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    • death to each other and how they then can go through the same portal
    • teaches us all over the earth really to feel in the truest sense of
    • deeper feelings, a deeper knowledge received from their teachers who
    • thought that was made clear again and again by the teachers of those
    • to take part by walking by the cradle, each person rocking the
    • let us look once for the origin of those impulses that oppose each
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    • with the Great Teachers will appear in the subsequent numbers of
    • guiding spirits of the different epochs. From each of these Great
    • future, other stages of consciousness will be reached, again very
    • to this age of which, as yet, no historical traditions have reached
    • would understand the significance of Zarathustra's teaching, we must
    • teaching of Brahma went forth.
    • different from the Brahministic teachings of the great leaders of
    • ancient Indian thought. These Indian teachings have come down to us
    • and the other from the ancient Indian teachings — when we
    • consider that man can reach the spiritual world along two paths of
    • then reach our eternal essence and enter a world of spirit. On the
    • will reach the super-sensible worlds, stretching before us into
    • these two ways that the great teachers attained to the revelations of
    • Cosmos, moving and creative. And so there arose the teaching of the
    • path springs from the teachings of Zarathustra.
    • Zarathustra did not teach as did the Indian mystics:
    • Thus we find the teachings of Zarathustra
    • A teacher like Zarathustra, who had actually ascended to the
    • was able to teach his disciples that within them was an active
    • great universe is reflected in each individual. The real significance
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    • Great Teachers
    • old Wisdom-teaching — of which the Egyptian Sage spoke to Solon
    • Egyptians, under the influence of the later teachings of Hermes or
    • me” — men reached out to the script placed by heavenly
    • Just as the hands of a clock are interrelated and dependent upon each
    • the power of the intellect, it may again reach the well-springs of
    • to reach the Higher Self, was known by the name of Horus, the
    • Osiris can therefore only be reached along two paths. One is the path
    • not penetrate to the depths of his soul, he does not reach the
    • this Isis-power, whereby he reaches the true Ego and realises that it
    • is enveloped in physical matter. If we follow this path we reach the
    • spiritual home of the Ego. This, then, was the teaching of ancient
    • teachings, echoing down to us across the ages, harmonise most
    • Only when the pupil reached this stage did he feel that he had really
    • each, with five additional days — making three hundred and
    • those ancient times men possessed the very highest clairvoyance. Each
    • power. We are now living in the fourth stage. Our culture has reached
    • a point where we have only traditions of the teaching of antiquity.
    • watchful Powers of Heaven. Hermes was not only a great Teacher, but a
    • reached. Most of what has been preserved from ancient Egyptian
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    • to reach the stage of hatching out a caterpillar, it above all requires
    • and remains in it. It has some organs, has reached the light, and now
    • caterpillar dies into the light, but being unable to reach the sun it
    • matter in the pattern of the sunbeam. We have now reached the point
    • to reach the desk, I have to stop half-way, because I cannot compress
    • the down any further. I cannot reach the desk but can feel pressure when
    • kind of caterpillar which, having become such, has the urge to reach the
    • live in water. When it reaches the air it inwardly performs what the
    • round the cells explaining each case, saying: Here is a mental case who
    • we have reached the point where whole books can be found — such as
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    • — at times we each of us feel ourselves to be the whole world. And
    • science of physiology has not reached the point when it can describe in
  • Title: Lecture: The Experiences of Sleep and their Spiritual Background
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    • raise any objection when a conclusion such as the following is reached.
    • answering to each one of these descriptions. And Imaginative Knowledge
    • teachings were given in the places of the Mysteries and found their way
    • to the individual human beings; these teachings enabled the soul to
    • the outer world of the senses. Such teachings were given in connection
    • to a certain point and then are obliged to return. The point is reached
  • Title: Lecture: Reincarnation and Karma
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    • ailment of modern scientific teachings and speak about the
    • reached that point in psychology. There is no lucidity on
    • succeed in teaching certain intelligent animals to count!
    • above must be granted to the Anthroposophical teachings as
    • teaching; even if they were not quite correct they would of
    • heard from the great Eastern Teachers cannot become
    • teachings. For example:— in H.P.Blavatsky's
    • each other in the physical sense as Newton was to his ancestors
    • the mystery of the origin of the soul.” Rehmke reaches the
    • human life who does not know this far-reaching law or who does
    • nothing else; he sees that in both instances the teachers give
  • Title: Lecture: Life and Death
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    • in each man no individual spirit and soul kernel which
    • individual part of each separate man cannot originate from
    • repel each other.
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    • no true goal can be reached, if we believe that a concept
    • to reach a clear conception of what actually takes place upon
    • human being, whose clairvoyance reaches as far as the higher
    • just as, imaginatively speaking your fingernails do not each
    • etheric body has reached its third stage of perfection, for
    • the Moon, hence it has reached only the second stage of
    • reached upon Saturn. But you must not think from this that
    • reached merely the stage of the mineral. They follow exactly
    • preserve what he so treacherously abandons. We shall not try
    • each takes place during the act of cognition. Now imagine to
    • system. When the human being has reached the next stage of
    • Thus we can say that the human being has reached, at the
  • Title: Lecture: 'Goethe's Faust' from the Point of View of Spiritual Science
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    • position of parent or teacher, and see the gradual
    • why each single line must be as it is. With spiritual
    • — he observed each triangle, each angle of this
    • Teach me to know my kindred. And when roars
    • to reach at one leap. Now this spirit faces him as one from
    • given that true teaching of evolution which says, that not
    • The teaching of reincarnation we see artistically and
  • Title: Lecture: Birth of the Light
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    • order to reach the height of the spiritual King whom the magic
    • the physical plane, and as wisdom has reached perfection,
    • And of high priests my teachers there were seven —
    • reach it. Mockery is this wisdom; it must feel itself rejected
    • souls, through which they can come near each other — not
  • Title: Lecture: Galileo, Giordano Bruno, and Goethe
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    • which Natural Science had reached the same turning-point as
    • Spiritual Science has reached to-day. The same great impulse
    • their teaching in the full sense of the word.
    • scientific teacher in the centuries preceding Galileo and
    • personal investigation, so, in those days, teachers of
    • great deal. For the deeply illuminating teachings and
    • the teachers who preached Aristotle in season and out of
    • incredibly mistaken version of his teaching. To-day, I will
    • “is the teaching of Aristotle, therefore it must be
    • physical eyes, and did not rely upon the teaching of ancient
    • believed to be the teaching of Aristotle on the subject. Thus
    • twisting his teaching so that they could claim its support,
    • assimilated the ancient teaching and reduced it into a
    • drew his teaching from those times in which man perceived the
    • book of Nature itself, which is available to each and all
    • influences us all. And each one experiences something
    • which he preached with such noble courage, thus proving
    • Divine Mind. Man must strive. He must observe each step. He
    • must study each separate phenomenon carefully. He must not
    • in particular accepted it because he found in the teaching of
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    • to the fact that the teachings of theosophy exactly agree
    • For of course they do impinge upon each other everywhere, one
    • lectures of one professor, and do not compare his teachings
    • Shuré) has the point been reached at which that science
    • teachings regarding colour, from their own standpoint. These
    • however is no fault of the teaching; the fault lies in the
    • audience, even on the first evening, and though at each
    • teachings with genuine, modern spiritual aspirations, is our
  • Title: Lecture: The Errors of Spiritual Investigation
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    • the medium, coming to a special form in each. In all these
    • such philosophical standpoint, can heed each advocate of such
    • each other generally, becoming ever more fanatical; if
    • and then to see how each has come to his standpoint, then
    • preparation for spiritual science and its results. Each one
    • himself, the method which led to these results. Also each
    • conquest of false authority, each one must attempt the utmost
    • out the details, sharply, has often reached the position of
  • Title: Lecture: Factors of Karma, Deficiencies in Psychoanalysis
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    • our time is impressed with a far-reaching belief in authority,
    • reached a point, which must be attained once more by
    • resides and you will find it. Gnosis is a demonic teaching,
    • things the boy tells the following story: ‘Teacher told
    • said the father. ‘Yes, and after teacher had told us that in
    • teacher had been talking. No doubt he kept his thoughts to
    • the teacher. He should have said, One must not pass
    • the nonsense which the teacher created by his foolish teaching.
    • over the teacher's foolish exhortations. The lake says, ‘It is
    • drive away the noxious effects to which such teaching
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    • reached a certain age was indeed not without importance;
    • had reached a post from which no further advancement was
    • at length to reach the goal which we are seeking in this course
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    • of our Time — each in his place. Therefore, our Truths
    • inherited qualities which the teacher must take into
    • each of these cycles — more than once, or in some cases
    • against each other. Unless we realise how much this signifies
    • developed social insight, far-reaching social ideas. He turned
    • can reach with the ends of their noses. They too join in the
    • that having prevailed in former times, each at its proper place
    • tea-parties and invite the people. They will learn to know each
    • that the teaching of Ku Hung Ming, of all people, should now be
    • thrown into Europe? — a teaching, however brilliant from
    • awakened by Spiritual Science. A teaching, I repeat, only too
    • far-reaching purposes. We do wrong not to make ourselves
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    • in course of time each one will worship his
    • consequences of error among men. But when we reach up to the
    • errors man commits in relation to the Time-Spirit reach up into
    • connections, reaching even to disease and death, whereby
    • men, who stand in enmity against each other, both to confess
    • of each man to himself. In the Spirit of our Time we must get
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of Christ in the Human Soul
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    • special spiritual gifts reaching far above those of ordinary
    • them into yourselves, not as mere teaching, not merely as
    • When, my dear friends, you shall have reached the point where
    • science, but when you have reached the stage where the thoughts
    • teaches us and gives us light regarding the Christmas thought,
    • in each epoch must take the Christ into himself in his
  • Title: Lecture: The Mysteries (Die Geheimnisse)
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    • men among each other as determined by laws. When the esoteric
    • find it, and that one must have patience and devotion to reach
    • To each a different pleasure it will bring.
    • In each one we learn things of many kinds; each one is full of
    • One beauteous eve he reached a quiet plain.
    • Twelve, of whom each one represents one of the world religions,
    • possibility of attaining the highest purity.” When each
    • Each one has met with life's vicissitudes,
    • Each day one hour he lingers in our midst
    • contribution of each of the Brothers to this combined activity
    • is expressed by an individual symbol above the seat of each one
    • contribution of each to the common task, which consists in
    • Each task was soon fulfilled, each test was stood.
    • In front of each a little desk he found.
    • Above each chair was hung a special shield,
    • Each object will arouse to life and action
    • Each brother sinking down before his chair,
    • by the triple harmony. And in reaching the higher world man's
    • power rises and grows in strength until it reaches its zenith
    • will be born for us each time anew. Through Christ we shall
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 1. Angels, Folk Spirits, Time Spirits: their part in the Evolution of Mankind.
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    • homelessness, has been reached, the ‘homeless man’ may
    • each of these incarnations we see one of the members which man bears
    • reached the stage when they are transmuting their astral body into
    • beyond man; they have reached the stage that will one day be ours
    • higher stage than the Archangels, a stage which man will reach in a
    • an example of the group-soul to which the etheric body of each
    • many different countries and who understand each other or try to
    • understand each other when they touch upon vital questions that have
    • of the Age, to use an unfortunate term which is in common usage. Each
    • support each other. From epoch to epoch they pass on their mission to
    • The same holds good for the Spirits of the Age. In each Age we have
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    • those Beings who are to be considered as Folk Spirits have reached a
    • remain behind at each stage of evolution, so that in the succeeding
    • stage they have not reached their normal rank. They retain the
    • one must distinguish between the Archangels who have reached the
    • Archangel stage in the normal way and those who ought to have reached
    • motivated from within, so that each epoch has its own definite mode
    • Thought-forces. The far-reaching consequences of this agreement are
    • Beings or forces and estimate; the contribution each makes to the
    • of the people. Each has a different response which will modify his
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 3. The inner Life of the Folk Spirits. Formation of the Races.
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    • members of the inner being of man independently of each other, we
    • reach up into the higher worlds, their consciousness extends into
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 4. The Evolution of Races and Civilization.
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    • reaching its present condition, had to pass through three conditions,
    • prefigured, gradually realized and developed until they reached their
    • you recall the teachings of Spiritual Science on the subject of the
    • the abnormal Spirits of Form, man reaches sexual maturity and
    • Europe, a third point or centre is reached which permanently
    • fresh, youthful forces which help man to grow until he reaches his
    • characteristics of the several peoples. Each individual is intimately
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 5. Manifestation of the Hierarchies in the Elements of Nature.
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    • people, it will be difficult to reach an unprejudiced understanding
    • teaching of karma and reincarnation, when rightly understood. This
    • teaching opens a vista into the future and reveals that our integral
    • and reincarnation. Only through these teachings therefore do we learn
    • through the teachings of karma and reincarnation how every nation,
    • outward streaming forces which neutralize each other at the apparent
    • Spirits of Movement acting and reacting upon each other would not be
    • different from that of today. With each new incarnation in the
    • Hierarchical Beings assumed a different form because in each of these
    • specific task to fulfil. We may confidently affirm that each of the
    • for this knowledge. The after-effects of each Earth incarnation,
    • were obliged to work together in each of these planetary epochs in a
    • way appropriate to each Earth incarnation.
    • thought. Thus, each of the three preceding incarnations of our Earth
    • perfect harmony between these three elements, each of which had been
    • from each other and all are equidistant from the centre. The centre
    • those elements, each of which held for a time the upper hand in the
    • forces, which in earlier epochs were each in turn, the dominating
    • propagation of the races. These Spirits, each of whom has many
    • attendant spirits, because each one begets many spiritually
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    • with each individual race. The migrations of the peoples were
    • the conflicting emotions when two such men confront each other, the
    • civilizations which reached their zenith in Europe in the middle of
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 7. Advance of Folk Spirits to the Rank of Time Spirits.
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    • West-East direction those folk communities who were each under the
    • teachers of India, the Holy Rishis. Through the mediation of this
    • characteristic is peculiar not only to myths and teachings about the
    • teachings and impulses of esoteric Christianity, especially of the
    • of these were the teachers of that Archangel who guided the Germanic
    • of liberty, each acting independently and who therefore made it
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 8. The Five Post-Atlantean Civilizations.
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    • particular people arrived at its mythology or other teachings about
    • The peoples of ancient India had reached a high stage of evolution
    • old clairvoyance and had already reached a higher stage of
    • awoke to ego-consciousness when their souls had already reached a
    • stage which the peoples of the West still had to reach. Hence the
    • less closed to them. They had already reached a high stage of
    • which we in our anthroposophical teachings describe in more
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 9. Loki - Hodur and Baldur - Twilight of the Gods.
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    • reached maturity of soul development.
    • reached the full flowering of the subjective ‘I’ long
    • spiritual world had once been within reach. Hence the peoples of Asia
    • far-reaching importance, namely: this limitation to the outer
    • have to discover what the physical world can teach him. This
    • teaching implanted in him by Odin. He should fight the good fight
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 10. The Mission of Individual Peoples and Cultures in the Past, Present and Future.
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    • experienced in the same way. There man had already reached
    • Thus each individual still felt himself at that time to be a member
    • Each
    • proper of the Northern and Germanic peoples, the Mystery teachings
    • Mysteries. These Mystery teachings allowed just so much to be
    • the old Greek culture had to a certain extent reached its high point
    • into the region now occupied by the Sahara and finally reached the
    • Spiritual Science. Amongst those who do not accept the teachings of
    • If you accept the teachings of Spiritual Science concerning the true
    • civilization. This philosophy of Eastern Europe therefore reaches far
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 11. Nerthus, Freyja and Gerda.
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    • today must pervade the teachings of Spiritual Science in particular,
    • compatible with the teachings of occultism. What is compatible with
    • occult teachings is that the moment one recognizes that this Being
    • we incorporate the total contributions which each religion has made
    • be conscious of it, to understand each other at the deepest levels of
    • spiritual knowledge and that we shall understand each other,
    • have said or shall say. Even before one has reached the stage of
    • contributions to the common weal. Each people must practice
    • no less than the smaller isolated groups have each their appointed
    • high ideal — each from his own standpoint and from his own
    • another continent. If the religious teachings of the East were to
    • of Anthroposophical teaching. What alone accords with
    • Anthroposophical teaching is that we should unselfishly dedicate the
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    • highest that the human soul can reach; it was a culture pulsating
    • reached its culmination in Shakespeare, is a current of spiritual
    • Thus, each time we set to work — first the small group of those
    • wonderful to see how each individual in undertaking his or her by no
    • each of those who stand on the stage his heart should speak out of
    • part, so that each one can feel that every action he makes and every
    • multiply its work in each individual concerned. Hence when one is
    • is not possible to mention each one individually, because so many
    • have helped, but each one has accomplished much.
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    • about the age of twenty. And when we understand such teaching, then
    • Jahve civilisation, and then reached its full development through the
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    • conscious of a figure who could be reached by clairvoyance, he was
    • mixture. If the quantities of each were not equal, you would have to
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    • reaches the goal of the present Earth evolution will be as far
    • evolution, if they reach their full development. These Beings too
    • teachers of India, who are called the Holy Rishis. The Holy Rishis
    • time only inspired men, those Angels who had reached their
    • fleshly form, that is to say, those who had not reached their full
    • that at that time they had reached a certain level of development.
    • anew in human evolution, having meanwhile reached a greater degree of
    • advance. During that epoch some of them reached the normal goal of
    • made it possible for them to reach a higher stage of evolution? It
    • teacher of the Angels. His impulse flowed into them during that
    • Christ substance, because it reaches right down to the etheric sphere
    • the Earth has reached the goal of its evolution will fall away from
    • when it has reached the goal of its evolution. Just as today the
    • Earth has reached the goal of its evolution, the physical will be
    • who however in a certain respect did not reach the goal of their Moon
    • go on to the Earth without having reached their full development,
    • he detected the great longing which reaches out as a living bridge
    • Earth has reached the goal of her evolution. But there is this
    • development. When they reached that point which for them corresponds
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    • reached their full development upon the Moon. That is the great
    • could come about that each one of your souls, now in your physical
    • came a time when this egoity lost its unity and each separate soul
    • from each other in their individuality.
    • and taken it to Zeus? Men would have walked about each imprisoned in
    • his own bodily form, each imprisoned in those microcosmic forces of
    • teaching men the arts of agriculture, the cultivation of the vine,
    • besides teaching them science, the art of writing and such things,
    • teaching of the Holy Rishis, but another part — derives from
    • lives Dionysos the younger! Whether you turn to the teaching of our
    • And only those may hope to reach the goal
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    • of knowledge, each man has only one opportunity of perceiving the
    • they were unable to see each other's outer physical bodies
    • What then did Adam and Eve feel when their relation to each other was
    • is really the first teacher of intellectual civilisation, we must
    • because he was to become the ego's first teacher.
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    • impossible to penetrate further, we can only reach as far as the
    • in them, with the object of reaching Dionysos.’ Thus in the
    • one reaches what one might call the genius of language. In one of the
    • reaching in this way right into the activity of mental
    • all ages there have been great teachers of mankind who have remained unseen,
    • from the Greeks as to who their teachers were, that they were
    • were clairvoyant were inspired by teachers who did not descend to
    • position to see within the Mystery the teacher who was not to be seen
    • teacher of the pupils who were sufficiently prepared was in fact the
    • was the real teacher of the pupils in the Dionysian Mysteries.
    • that which he himself was, though he could not reach down to it in
    • normal consciousness, to look upon the great Teacher. The aspirants
    • looked upon the great Teacher, who was not yet visible when they
    • teachings on the physical plane, but following the example of
    • remained a teacher in the Mysteries long after the real man, of whom
    • told something which is in fact the truth — that the teacher of
    • the teacher of Dionysos himself, the aspirants in the Mystery came to
    • teacher of Dionysos, what was best for man. The wise Silenus gave the
    • the teacher of Dionysos, old Silenus, otherwise than as with an ugly
    • Silenus, the teacher of Dionysos, who was finally to hand over to man
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    • teachings of Spiritual Science. The communications of Spiritual
    • humanity underwent a very complicated evolution before man reached
    • his present stage. We know that in order to reach his present form he
    • already reached a high stage of development on the Moon, we must
    • body, has little by little reached physical densification. Just as,
    • these forces reached the degree of density manifested today by the
    • the etheric body became physical, but that as regards each of our
    • organs have reached the point of greatest densification in earthly
    • Imagine that we were not just to think thoughts, but that with each
    • flowed in in this way was something incapable of ever reaching true
    • world-reality. It was not possible to reach the true world-reality
    • through external knowledge. In order to reach that it would have been
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    • influences reached the Earth as if driven outward from its centre
    • reaches. This influence was at work in Atlantis, and of course it has
    • find in his writings a remarkable teaching about the nature of man, a
    • which comes up from below and reaches the heart. Thus the heart is
    • and confidence bring the soul through each trial, for these qualities
    • super-sensible. But since each fresh marvel presents us with a fresh
    • ‘What I have reached so far is nevertheless still only shadow,
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    • men's efforts to reach enlightenment about the world spring.
    • demands of our time, so it will reach beyond this intellectual,
    • world to perceive that each kind of explanation is justified in its
    • to reach with its ideas the furthest limits of the world, but it
    • has reached out into the far spaces of the world, and tries to
    • struggling to acquire knowledge, when he reaches the utmost limits to
    • gods. But in order to reach these we have first to penetrate through
    • try to reach the upper gods we come to the void, to the world of mere
    • idea; if we try to reach the lower gods, all thought abandons us
    • reached the stage of clairvoyance, then is the Christ-filled soul
    • who knew that drama was a way of teaching in miniature, defined
    • thought from the other, and thereby to reach the true realities, the
    • seems to show that Johannes Thomasius has already reached a certain
  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of Raphael in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • were spent in wrangling and quarreling fought bitterly against each other.
    • it reached the stage of the human being, — nevertheless it is
    • and pre-terrestrial. Spiritual Science teaches that even if we allow
    • had reached a certain eminence, it absorbs the Greek culture which streams
    • Christ Impulse had reached a greater ripeness in his soul than in any
    • of two ages, each clearly different from the other, — the pre-Grecian
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    • which I have reached. Nevertheless I must point out that what I shall
    • pass through its head. The only thing that will be required is to teach
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    • the present-day feelings and thoughts does not actually reach back further
    • period in the development of humanity which did not reach the consciousness
    • between that period when man still reached directly up to the ancient
    • body. And then we have a still finer body, by means of which we reach
    • of the process of civilisation was it possible for a breach to occur
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    • which reaches its peak when autumn approaches or when summer wanes
    • and a far-reaching technology, based on the most widely-distributed
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    • that each of these three principles reverts to its own inner
    • you see, the tendency which reaches its
    • then reaches out beyond the Sun-element to the heavens, to which also
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    • course of the year to those willing to listen would reach a climax in
    • influence of the great teacher Raphael — who is really Mercury
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    • with Raphael present as a teacher in the Mystery Play that would have
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    • each the Whole its substance gives,
    • each in the other works and lives!
    • you how the Easter Imagination is completed through the teaching that
    • reached his cosmic culmination. Then he begins his descent; in spring
    • each the Whole its substance gives,
    • each in the other works and lives
    • And how far-reaching is the truth in these words, how far they go!
    • each the Whole its substance gives,
    • each in the other works and lives!
    • Archangel to another, while at the same time each Archangel
    • each the Whole its substance gives,
    • each in the other works and lives
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    • here, many deep teachings of Spiritual Science concerning
    • to reach some comprehension of Christ and of the Christ Impulse
    • profound thought in attempts to reach an understanding of
    • Christian teachings were the source of fervent enthusiasm. But
    • teachings were not the fruits of Christianity would denote very
    • the Darwinian theory of evolution to the teaching of repeated
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    • down into the soul of each one of them. And to others who could
    • other times only to be reached after very difficult meditation,
    • in mankind there reached a certain zenith. A vast store of
    • wandering preachers far and wide over Greece and Italy, if one
    • of the fact that human evolution had reached a stage where the
    • Teacher, but that they had not been mature enough to understand
    • His teachings with the subconscious forces of their souls, that
    • had come to them as their spiritual Teacher and had instructed
    • the body was the very same Being who was teaching them now
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    • ancient Hebrew teachers would speak no longer in the stream of
    • him the following: “I no longer reach to those heights
    • intensity human misery can reach. He had seen misery in its
    • kept strict silence. They were allowed to teach but only what
    • purview of Jesus of Nazareth. Tidings reached the centre of the
    • teachings concerning the secret lore than he had ever heard
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    • the Jewish wisdom-teachings and codes of the law. She spoke of
    • Their words would be preached to the winds. Everything that I
    • spoke of a man who had been a great teacher and whose words had
    • teacher. Jesus knew well what the aged Hillel had meant for
    • Herod when it was hard for any teacher to gain authority. He
    • wisdom. Hillel was a teacher who, like other teachers of the
    • nobody to listen; such teachings are untimely. In olden days
    • Zarathustrian teachings. He did not yet know with
    • Zarathustrian teaching, the Zarathustrian wisdom, the
    • distorted into demonic teaching. Even if I were to proclaim it,
    • teaching and had been an all-powerful prayer in the Mysteries
    • by other teachers. Christ Jesus consorted with those whom the
    • teachings given by Christ Jesus to His disciples.
    • a long time that the teaching I give is tainted by every kind
    • sheer, unscrupulous nonsense. But our teachings have also been
    • getting to know our teachings, transcribed and carried them off
    • the Fifth Gospel — reached the outside world. True
    • the urgent need for spiritual teachings to be proclaimed with
    • must come at last when such inwardly untruthful teachings about
    • efforts are made through spiritual teaching to lead the souls
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    • having reached a certain completion.
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    • at least as understood today, cannot reach — is
    • that we shall understand each other about present-day ways of
    • transformed thinking we can reach knowledge that will be a kind
    • reach the spiritual foundation of nature. We attain, in our
    • growth and progress of the external world. We reach once more
    • aid, reach any assurance of reality. Only by adding exercises
    • into the human substance and reach the self; we seek to
    • we also reach deeper into the essence of nature. The philosophy
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    • reaching any significant conclusion about mental life, and that
    • methods will take us only to the point they have now reached;
    • cannot help reaching this conclusion, which springs from
    • perceive the physical and sensuous world. In each of these
    • one person years, another not so long; but each can note, as he
    • The self-possession at each step is such that we can compare
    • understandable that ordinary consciousness cannot reach the
    • consciousness, we reach a view of our own psychic nature, one
    • true research. It can say: far-reaching appear to us the
    • then grows up and reaches a fateful moment in his life: he
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    • efforts to reach this point of view.
    • powers of cognition reaching into the super-sensible sphere, we
    • before: each must be drawn direct from experience.
    • approaches us in the way I have been describing. For each
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    • that in what reaches us from this Eastern spiritual activity,
    • created everything with devoted love. Love lives in each of its
    • concepts! We need them, if we are to reach understanding.
    • I was for some long time a teacher in Socialist circles. My
    • reach the first stage at which we can recognize once more that
    • development, must conclude: it was necessary for man to reach a
    • to reach an understanding of these two diametrically opposed
    • have of each other they enter into certain relationships,
    • respects even the East European) describes man as he preaches
    • feels; in the East, as he preaches and sacrifices. In this
    • preaching and sacrificing is operative what I have described as
    • and through contemplation of death he reached his conclusion:
    • from which Buddha drew his teaching. The East acknowledged:
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    • question will be raised: Are there paths by which man can reach
    • This is just an outline that each individual can fill out for
    • within man, to reach the actual foundations of existence. But
    • reflecting device in order to reach what lies behind the
    • with ordinary consciousness, we shall only reach the
    • knowledge of self! We must learn to reach a true knowledge of
    • the self-knowledge that sees in each of our internal organs
    • can reach such a basis by the path of higher knowledge as I
    • only then shall we reach man's physical nature and come in
    • each of its separate parts points to the relevant moment in the
    • into account the teacher standing there and rotating the drop
    • of oil. He would have to place an enormous teacher out in
    • world-knowledge must be truths that mutually support each
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    • — it is necessary for us, if we are to reach an
    • another point, too. We may reach the age of thirty, forty,
    • often fail to understand us as teachers: it springs from their
    • the adult's capacity to reach complete understanding with
    • itself the powers by which we can reach an understanding with
    • restrained in each individual gesture and phrase. A
    • the teacher, and in everything that he does, in all the
    • teaching methods at the Waldorf School really miss the
    • the Waldorf School some teachers who are not unusually
    • talents were represented in the teacher, we should still have
    • beyond those the teacher himself possesses.
    • handle the children at each age not only in such a way that
    • the individuality of the teacher himself.
    • on it by everything round about. The teacher thus has to set
    • far beyond what the teacher possesses.
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    • beings who must reach an understanding as men if they wish to
    • today describe the priestly hierarchies as ruling by teaching
    • essences of one type or another. They knew what each plant in
    • fact, since each of them is in contact with the others, enter a
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    • who was the teacher and the leader was at the same time, in the
    • civilization, the doctor cannot be separated from the teacher
    • itself, and indeed every effort to reach a higher spirituality,
    • teaching of modern Western civilization has to say in this
    • to teach and educate must first of all know the effect of this
    • ailments. The teacher, I concluded, must certainly understand
    • teacher would have to be a doctor!
    • was also the teacher and leader of the people; and Greece,
    • must each have our profession. If we find the right bridge
    • that is separate in the social world outside — each
    • reached its zenith with the advance of technology. In the last
    • to reach an understanding about the particular social
    • the centre of the world's development, also reach an
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    • reaches the consumer. If you repeatedly discuss this
    • senior civil servants who, after reaching the retiring age and
    • some years a teacher at a workers' educational college, where I
    • had to teach all kinds of subjects. I never kowtowed to any
    • one day the authorities noticed: the teaching here is not in
    • illustration is drawn, to the best of the teacher's knowledge
    • purpose, to investigate whether I was fit to be a teacher at
    • teacher must at least have freedom to teach as he wished, the
    • teaching staff of that workers' educational college. From
    • feel you are saying something to them that reaches into their
    • something that springs from a really far-reaching philosophy of
    • to really see inside himself. He thereby reaches the stage of
    • not to calculate how long it may take for men to reach these
    • our reaching these social configurations than the hesitation
    • enable them to reach the child's will by way of his ideas, to
    • must in fact reach an understanding with America, if a
    • contemplation of the will to reach the spiritual element of
    • on us in arrogance; he will be able to reach an
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    • derive from certain dogmatic teachings and feelings about life.
    • however, we now attempt to reach a clear understanding of
    • reached.
    • more conscious reaches of civilized humanity. From
    • powerlessness to reach a concept or feeling of law from within
    • community may reach an understanding and say to one
    • economic life is concerned, the individual cannot reach
    • problem of labour arises. In so far as each individual was to
    • so we have reached a kind of dead end in the matter of
    • education and teaching, it is not programmes that matter, for
    • staff composed of teachers with a particular set of capacities.
    • individual personalities of the teachers can be realized.
    • to decide afresh, each day, out of the immediate life of the
    • available only teachers of mediocre ability. If, at a time when
    • they were free of teaching and had nothing to do but think,
    • these teachers were to work out pedagogic aims and issue
    • extremely sensible. But the actual business of teaching is
    • overreaching; fundamentally, it is always seeking to encompass
    • between human beings, when they confront each other as equals,
    • life of the teacher and not from adherence to some regulation
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    • reflected and brought to where the nerve-paths reach their end, and
    • but only reach the point where the blood streams enter the senses. Man
    • be reached to a certain degree, and just as a pendulum can only rise
    • must recede when it has reached a certain point. It will then come to
    • till a climax is reached, they then force him back more and more towards
    • inner part of his physical and etheric body so that he reaches with
    • without; but each must remain connected with the body in pure renunciation
    • is then reached. For considered physiologically, we really die, because
    • because they arise naturally, but each one can at least work on himself,
    • which can really only reach its goal, when it is understood as an acceptance
    • beautiful it would be, if each single relationship of life, let us now
    • forms pass over into each other, and all are in harmony one with another;
    • should find a path outwards into each separate relationships of the
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    • brought to where the nerve paths reach their end, and is then
    • only reach the point where the blood streams enter the senses. Man
    • progress in cycles, for everything can only be reached to a certain
    • has reached a certain point. It will then come to pass that when
    • longings increase until a climax is reached when he is forced back
    • inner part of his physical and etheric body so that he reaches with
    • be enjoyed neither from within nor from without; but each must
    • condition we are considering is then reached. For considered
    • each one can at least work on himself. And it is not good if the
    • only reach its goal when it is understood as acceptance of life, as
    • would be if each single relationship of life, let us now say of the
    • separate forms pass over into each other, and all are in harmony
    • building should find a path outwards into each separate
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    • one traverses to reach a World-Conception.” Now the
    • belief that one can reach a firm standpoint in one's inner
    • reach a concept of the world able to throw light on human
    • evolution be reached — which is, that this consciousness
    • stages, and has now reached the third stage. If one observes
    • anti-spiritual character. And so Auguste Comte and his teacher
    • thereby does one reach a standpoint of reality, then one can
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    • theories. It will teach mankind thinking, awaken thinking
    • ideas. So also the idea that each living entity, in the first
    • what reaches out beyond the mere physical experience of the
    • Each one said to himself: The one who is in charge of my work
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    • to obtain light on each separate part, and you seek the explanation
    • life, who are quite different from each other in their points of
    • like the unifying force of each.
    • difficult to reach with the understanding. He tries to create a
    • that though they do not understand each other, they find something
    • know how widely apart Virchow and Haeckel stood from each other.
    • various representations with each other and compounding them
    • the hall stood the Prior's table, on each side the monks' tables,
    • Prior and of Christ looked across at each other like two opposite
    • which mutually exclude and fight each other.
    • work; and after that we shall understand each other better in what
    • and devours them, so that she has now only two of each kind left.
    • reach the Beautiful Lily. She had become his Ideal. But her lovely
    • each soul-power must work.
    • each soul-power must work together with the others, in order to
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    • and if we are to understand each other in what I have to say it will
    • reaches ever higher knowledge by developing himself, and what he
    • We shall understand each other most easily if we proceed from
    • Eleusinian mysteries. Hence man must reach the point of purifying his
    • the nature of the thing. When he has reached the point where the
    • means of well-founded methods of the teaching of cognition) for such
    • feelings. There are also things which reach even down to the
    • reach the Beautiful Lily, and attaining then inner human perfection,
    • in each of the four corners. In the first was the Golden, in the
    • not pure and independent in his soul. Until man has reached this
    • knowledge-capacities. When he has reached this point, however, he is
    • his thought, his feeling and his will, when each is as pure and
    • making use of each separately. He can grasp according to necessity
    • experience can teach that this is
    • reach the Beautiful Lily, in such a way that all his powers at first
    • error.’ Man must first be free, he must reach the point of
    • cleansed and ordered, he is ready to reach that condition of soul
    • to each other as the soul-powers of a man stand to each
    • Those are the two ways to reach a spiritual picture of the world. The
    • from experience to experience, succeeds in reaching the other bank in
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    • rich, many-sided, far-reaching and deeply-penetrating life to human
    • placed between heaven and hell. Thus the poem reaches an
    • pantomimes and through Christopher Marlowe had reached a literary
    • be reached through the spiritual eye and the spiritual ear; and on
    • the highest step they reached to the recognition of the sublime,
    • to the divine knowledge and were all connected with each
    • who having occupied himself deeply in outer science had reached a
    • Each line is deeply felt: — only a show, something
    • belongs to the whole earth — just as each human soul and
    • teaching of Zarathustra, Ahriman was the deceitful being, who hid
    • world in order to find the spirit in each single being, in such
    • fall, offering each the ‘golden urn,’ examine the
    •  And didst teach me to know, in the quiet bushes,
    • own sorrow, but teaches him to rise above his sorrow, to send his
    • reached an advanced age, was he able to give a true form to what
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    • revealed. No more shall the False Teacher destroy the world —
    • merging into each other, becoming like cloud-pictures. It is
    • overcome this personal egoism, can really reach the last stage,
    • reach of spiritual vision, if the soul schools itself in that part
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    • men and women. You formed an idea of each one of these persons,
    • to receive the activities of the Sun. Now each human being, in
    • freely downwards into the chest and reaches down to my heart, I
    • second stage is reached when man passes from localised to
    • intact unless the threads of memory are able to reach back
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    • deeper state of consciousness than that which reached up to the
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    • against the Mystery that its teachings were contradictory. And
    • teachers of earthly humanity, the Beings Who once brought to
    • teachers of the ancient wisdom to humanity on Earth. What they
    • choice. But before he reached home, because he did not receive
    • place in the city. He heard of the event before he reached the
    • who were the true teachers of humanity.
    • its teachings unfolded the origin of the evolution of the Earth
    • the way I have described. Each single human being felt himself
    • described it for the Platonic teaching in my book
    • in reference to the human capacity for ideas — were all each
    • in each other. If, on the other hand, they show themselves
    • upward, — when he himself reaches upward with his being.
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    • wisdom-teaching of the Atlantean peoples. Let me give you a
    • experiencing the opposite of what he was finally to reach as
    • they were eventually to reach, the pupils were led (and here I
    • Greek civilisation had reached its zenith, when it had proudly
    • the counsel of his teacher Aristotle whom he disobeyed,
    • significance of this moment in the history of Macedonia reaches
    • for Aristotle the ‘Earth’ in this sense teaches up as far as
    • the Moon. And from the Cosmos, reaching from the stars to the
    • space. The Ether reaches downwards as far as the
    • Aristotle's teaching to his pupil Alexander — is not
    • starting-point for the teaching that Aristotle gave to
    • Alexander. It was a teaching that belonged entirely to inner
    • Aristotle, however, was able to teach Alexander: When you go
    • Such was the teaching in the ancient Greek Chthonian Mysteries,
    • Aristotle teach his own immediate pupil.
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    • Mysteries of Hibernia and also with the teachings that
    • wood and reaching downwards far and wide into the Earth with
    • were all and each within the other. That which afterwards
    • a man had reached a certain stage of sacrifice and of personal
    • treacherously burnt to the ground. It was gone, never to
    • the soul of Alexander and in his teacher Aristotle.
    • death prevented his reaching Arabia, though that had been one
    • teaching of philosophy and law. Thereupon the last seven Athenian
    • a spiritual Ephesus, reaching out across Asia Minor eastward to
    • the Priests, made plain to each one of their pupils his
    • Alexander the Great is born, and finds his teacher Aristotle.
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    • abstractions. We have reached a time when mankind has no longer
    • that reaches right down to our own day. And now, in our time,
    • point is that we should recognise for each period the nature of
    • spirit, and you will find that each gives you quite a different
    • understanding proceed from the whole human being. The teacher is the
    • the teacher.
    • teachings of Aristotle had this end in view, to keep unbroken
    • treacherous burning of Ephesus, when Herostratus, guided by
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    • it is good to begin with them, each person can form from them
    • you can see these strange formations. Within each one is the
    • the fire. When, however, the warmth of the fire reaches the
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    • moment the pupil of the Rosicrucian teacher perceived
    • that yet remains to us, if we take to-day a solemn pledge, each
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    • we should never reach any definite goal. For then other people
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    • us think first of the strange world which each of you knows as
    • Each of you can remember the variegated, diverse, colorful
    • this way we finally reach the point where the thinking —
    • power of recollection reaches.
    • is an important experience when we have reached the point of
    • reached only the first stage of super-sensible knowledge.
    • finally reach the stillness of the forest, it may be that all
    • far-reaching, universal events experienced in the spiritual
    • also when, after years of longing, he reached Italy and
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    • Earth to each other to be a copy of the Hierarchies in the
    • Auguste Comte and his teacher Saint-Simon, felt themselves so
    • that Auguste Comte turned away from his teacher and guide,
    • application to Positivism and rejection of his teacher
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    • the force of the destructive process has reached a certain
    • Strauss, Gustav Mahler, has its inner truth for each one of
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    • made. But each one should be quite clear how such
    • thought's own life. Each thought becomes a being. One thought
    • As soon as we develop body free thoughts, each thought becomes
    • with what is unclear and dark, but must ever reach out to
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    • the balance, can be swayed each moment of his life, now to
    • being crushed, or when the world loses him? In each of these
    • one can reach little further back than to the Egyptian age.
    • preaching of morals. Our inner powers are also called forth
    • of mankind. Progress is not gained by the mere preaching of
    • when we study those more remote subjects, the teachings
    • each person we meet is to lose oneself passionately in the
    • the sphere of morality, Anthroposophy should be a teacher of
    • A little reflection will teach you that, on the whole, people
    • teaching and feeling will have to contribute in order
    • merely preaching universal love. It will be understood that
    • strive to reach when he is ruled more by truth, love and the
    • has reached its goal, when man understands the right moral
    • that morals need not be preached, but they can indeed be
    • see that their effect is not only to preach morals, but to
    • preached, but we are lead to thoughts which themselves may be
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    • little soul contact with each other in this public life. Yet,
    • Especially the Werther book gained Goethe a far-reaching
    • Each became something different through the other; each enriched
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    • intended to light up each individual existence. His life, to be
    • destiny of each human life is far removed from the destined
    • possible for each of us to gain viewpoints from the
    • Before my eyes, teach me to know my brothers
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    • that of each individual and ask ourselves: What conclusion can
    • have reached a point where an especially paradoxical fact comes
    • I got into a conversation with a high school teacher, in which
    • beautiful, but the school teacher said he did not think so. He
    • been reached already by what had flowed into his
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    • fact that each person belonged to a certain class into which he
    • on Saturn have reached a fourth stage of development of earth.
    • each other. Male and female are necessary for the propagation
    • far-reaching cosmic evolution. Everything that happens in the
    • imagine what a truly good person who has reached an especially
    • It is incorrect to think that the world can reach its goal
    • in them. This means that each human being should fill his soul
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    • far-reaching faith in authority, stupor of opportunism, and
    • of. In short, the conclusion has been reached that
    • and the scientific psychoanalysts reason with each other —
    • where the “primeval slime” lies, a demonic teaching such as
    • that of gnosis can be discovered there, or a demonic teaching
    • reaching into the future destiny of a human being. What takes
    • boy says, “Just think, the teacher told us that we should
    • “Yes, indeed, and after the teacher told us this I had a dream
    • son and tell him what a stupid thing the teacher had said. But
    • the teacher had done, and should have said to him, “We should
    • of the teacher from his soul. Thus, the dream took on a form in
    • spread over the stupidity of the teacher. The lake said its
    • influences of such teaching. Here the dream is a reminiscence
    • antagonistic forces struggle with each other in the child. One
    • each other, much comes to expression that has to do with the
    • upon each other. The way we enter into relationships with new
    • upon the connection of 1 and 4 with each other. But this is to
    • upon each other.
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    • to go into some of them in order finally to reach the goal
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    • intimately related with his remote cosmic future. Each person
    • correctly in life so that each person is in his or her own
    • role heredity plays in human life, and teachers who talk about
    • each other and, unless we realize the significance of this for
    • atavistic occult teaching. As you know from previous
    • spiritual science as a traditional teaching and then come out
    • imparting publicly the content of mystery teachings to human
    • in which truly far-reaching forces were at work from the
    • — were entirely right when they called the teaching of
    • would it be if it were not mere chance that this teaching of Ku
    • know that, under certain circumstances, far-reaching objectives
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    • certain music teacher who, at that time in the sixteenth
    • wrote a book on music, but this did not please his teacher and
    • “ancient and rusty views” of his music teacher. Then he
    • with a famous teacher in Italy because his father attached
    • with other teachers. Possessing an extraordinary capacity for
    • Having one of these critics as his teacher, our young man fell
    • country, teaching mathematics and also practicing medicine, of
    • the whole, he was a quite popular teacher. But at this
    • we are dealing, now teaching in a republican university, once
    • family out of my official duties as a teacher and from private
    • distinguished teachers; he learned the humanities with a monk
    • Venetian Republic invited him to teach there, appreciating him
    • into consideration the teaching of repeated earthly lives. In
    • now is: What did each of them become? What course did their
    • that in the middle of the nineteenth century we reached the
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    • in surrendering to this phantasm, each speaks of his own god;
    • that is, of his angel. As a result, in the course of time each
    • each to worship his own god. During modern times, the union of
    • quite restricted. The emphasis that each places upon his own
    • the same language, but each individual conceives something
    • connection. What I am now saying let each of you receive as
    • human soul then really reaches Christ. It may be said that,
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    • the path that leads to Christ, since it is obvious that each
    • reach only the individual angel. They simply internalize this
    • that we, as human beings, face each other. Just as we have
    • differentiations, teaches me to feel that what has been
    • areas. The first is that of educating and teaching children. We
    • and especially the teaching of the child in this spirit so that
    • we bring in this teaching a sacramentalism to fruition. We can
    • teaching the child as a divine service, but also make it
    • indicated earlier that materialism reached its zenith in the
    • considered teaching mankind that our environment really
    • second group, which advocates the teaching and the
    • Moreover, the experiments were supposed to teach people that
    • employ improper and incorrect means in order to reach any goals
    • the seances, which in each case is modulated to allow for the
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    • to do with it, arises afresh. And when you reach twenty-eight
    • each other; here it is more permeated with spirit. All that
    • that must be put in place of what is chaos, what has reached
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    • circles lying next each other, but one circle for the head, a
    • reached its Venus stage, or till the Jupiter age is passing
    • even though both may have emancipated themselves from each
    • In recent years people have been breaking each others heads
    • breached: But I have said enough on that point; its easiness
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    • never reach our consciousness. But it lives in the holes of
    • 8) reach out into our holes; after death these feelers are
    • in olden days there were group-souls and each of these split up
    • the perception of the spirit). But each of these souls
    • so far as that is concerned men are separated, each having
    • hierarchies were living, that in each man the hierarchies
    • each in a different way, the cosmic thoughts of the
    • himself a system of concepts that reached its climax when
    • setting in the course of actual events. A professor teaching
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    • undertaking, must each time pay good heed to the
    • with each other; a connection which has of course been
    • 19th century; and now it has reached the perfection of
    • the time, when this kind of abstraction reached its proper
    • together to a unity from the very fact that each is allowed
    • The three systems work in co-operation; yet each, for itself,
    • are in the first place independent, each for itself; and,
    • independently, each on its own basis. The unity is then an
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    • simply by not looking askance at each other! The point of the
    • should remain a gentleman, in the position where each happens
    • each other, — which will certainly be an easier matter for
    • askance at each other, but that we should turn our hands to
    • innermost depths, can we ever look to reach a better state of
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    • and that have constantly to be faced by each individual, those
    • questions can be discussed in conjunction with each
    • makes pronouncements about its findings, and then reaches its
    • naturally he is dealing with things that cannot be reached by
    • idea of the path upon which he reaches a point where his
    • called the first stage that the soul reaches in investigating
    • therefore, in our inner training of the soul we reach the point
    • really earnest work on the soul. — Having reached this
    • human being reaches puberty, though he continues his life
    • of immortality and free will illumine each other, and how they
    • are so closely connected with each other. Free will can only be
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    • great family, to cut each other to pieces. This judgment, the
    • teach us to recognize what each day brings — and today
    • each day brings a very great deal. Catastrophic events breaking
    • history. Although they lived not so far from each other, their
    • various peoples to each other, turn into a kind of diplomacy
    • available for reaching a reality which has soul-spirit factors,
    • North American states when all sorts of people mixed with each
    • aware that it has far reaching consequences. But I am also
    • intuition, can reach further back through the expansion of our
    • involved in it. Then we are able to reach back into earlier
    • the 15th century. We reach back into earlier times than this,
    • its findings as merely fantastic. We reach back into an ancient
    • describe, and which reaches back thousands of years. At that
    • dream of history consists of, how human souls that live in each
    • imagination and inspiration reach down into our
  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture III: The Supersensible Being of Man
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    • operates within the world of the senses is not able to reach
    • paralyzed when they were unable to reach the goal put before
    • outset, for he very soon sees that what the senses can teach
    • long time, even if only for a very short period each day, and
    • but which remains unconscious, does not reach into our
    • influence of these exercises. When we have reached a certain
    • on the soul when it reaches the point I have just been talking
    • spirit in the past also reached the point referred to here,
    • lose ourselves so that we actually reach the state of
    • world. On the one hand we have seen that in order to reach this
    • were to say in the normal way that each person bears a second
    • experienced in the soul. Only life can teach us about the world
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    • cannot reach beyond the world of the senses and its laws, and
    • conflict of different philosophical systems; each chooses
    • more far-reaching minds look elsewhere for the help in
    • Anthroposophy itself adopts in order to reach the spiritual,
    • ways which can lead to illusions and errors, it reaches a real
    • the life of his soul. If we are to reach further, we must call
    • reach. Serious and exact researchers do indeed already speak
    • Otherwise this earthly life can be reached by memory, but to
    • This is a second, supersensory organism. It cannot be reached
    • reached through concentrated and strengthened thought
    • order to reach further it is now necessary not only to do
    • reach beyond the first result of anthroposophical research, the
    • intimate inner exercises in order to reach that moment when it
    • the sun forces in each. We come to know each organ, as far as
    • this way I have reached the point where I can describe how
    • education for each year of the child's school life.
    • definite limits, and cannot reach the true being of man, so
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    • the great questions of life take on a new character in each
    • of each single species have the most varied
    • scientific Darwinism from his teacher, Haeckel! And he does it
    • the species themselves. A study of them only teaches us that
    • did some important teaching in Switzerland. He speaks out of
    • that we reach the point of not only saying: This opinion is
    • science of spirit teaches as a fact. Only he believed that this
    • opposing what the science of spirit teaches, approach it with a
    • the gate of death. The moment we reach the time which we can
    • in reaching another consciousness in the human being
    • great teachers of science of the 19th century have
    • a teacher of Christian philosophy, member of a Catholic faculty
    • But contradiction exists only between it and a false teaching
    • Christianity teaches us about, but on the contrary will confirm
    • not only of Christian teaching, but also of Christian deeds and
    • finish with, allow me to say a few words about the teachings of
    • “The interpretation of Darwin's teaching,” Oskar
    • the other spheres of economic, social and political life. Each
    • And see what marvelous heights we've reached at
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    • groups of individuals. Goethe's teaching of Metamorphosis
    • developed his teaching of Metamorphosis out of his universal
    • the simple way in which Goethe applied this teaching of the
    • in principle a complete plant in each single leaf, so that a
    • lies as idea within each single leaf. The whole plant is, in
    • principle, an elaborated leaf, and each individual leaf is a
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    • for each of the various European territories. Then we have an
    • found in them of that great Cosmic Wisdom teaching, which at
    • not only to honour each other, but to understand each other.
    • they will not learn from each other. Because that would mean
    • degree, but which can teach us much, I will mention one such
    • can teach us many things. Of course, for most men, nothing is
    • each person whom I conduct round the Goetheanum, that if I
    • from the teachings which are given in such a bitter way
    • must be life, which teaches us to discover illusions, even in
    • this manner. At each step in life, there is not only
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    • development on Earth will reach such a stage that human
    • That can be put forward as an ideal by certain teachers of
    • dear friends, that amongst all the Theosophical teachings
    • beings would then reach such a stage of Ahrimanic evolution
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    • reached the peak of his completion. They had to wait. Today
    • that he reached in the middle of the fifteenth century did
    • concepts, and reach out beyond what is planted into us though
    • bodily constitution. Teachers could turn their attention to
    • do individually, for example in teaching, must be done out of
    • educated the men who from the pulpit today preach the old
    • teachers at the Waldorf School. It has been our intention to
    • though it is hardly credible: how one should teach, how the
    • decrees, how they should teach. And what underlies this is
    • things theoretically, which teach us nothing about taking the
    • have reached completion through other beings, they have to
    • never reach the spheres out of which the impulses of future
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    • Science teaches with reference to social matters, shall flow
    • possible until our epoch, because man had not yet reached the
    • and all we teach individually, must be with the knowledge
    • preach the old creeds. Now of course we can look quite kindly
    • at the course of instruction for the teachers of the Waldorf
    • are ordered how to teach! And people do not realise what that
    • an abstract way and does not teach us how to take the Spirit
    • anthroposophical science, as I try to teach it, is based. If
    • fact that any single person who teaches spiritual science at
    • the spirit. Try to understand the teaching in this way and
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    • course of experiences which follow one upon each other which
    • separate these two poles of sense perception from each other,
    • that the various facts are quite in accord with each other.
    • pedagogy it is possible to become a good teacher. Now even in
    • teaching as a well-written book on aesthetics is worthless to
    • science never makes a true teacher. It is not necessary to
    • teachers. And why? It is drawn up in such a way that its
    • to be a teacher by the mere fact of learning pedagogy;
    • of the fact that aesthetics and its laws can never teach how
    • teachings — knowledge of Man, insight into the
    • teacher; the impulse to teach and instruct in a certain way
    • when we reach a certain age; we have no longer the round
    • age and childhood have a wrong relationship to each other.
    • consciousness is reached.
    • generations as they follow each other in life. We think
    • reached a certain age, for I except young people from this; a
    • psychic constitution as those of us who have reached a
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    • to man by way of atavistic instinct. It must be reached
    • teaching were laid before those who were specially Chosen to
    • disturb the teaching.
    • together. We must reach the point of being able to recognise
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    • after the vision, which in reality exists in the soul of each
    • reaching what has been overcome and then freed from
    • because in each of her works she is wanting to offer us more,
    • out of each single shade of colour — just as human speech
    • one-sided, for every art can reach these heights; but
    • how each part of nature is striving beyond itself to become a
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    • these figures are conversing with each other. In such cases,
    • in connection with each of the arts. Precisely in the details
    • ordinary meaning. Each of the several arts, from the
    • problem for every thoughtful mind, namely, peach-colour, the
    • reality; neither does he reach reality through his ordinary
    • on the one side, man's inner life which does not reach to
    • concrete and real that each single phase is discovered again
    • says that those who, like the artist, really want to reach
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    • of the great difficulty Rudolf Steiner experienced in reaching the
  • Title: Lecture: Human Knowledge and Its Significance for Man and the Cosmos
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    • independently of each other, that during the first three or four years
    • the teachings of Spiritual Science, nor of making them into a body of
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    • and on the hope for each human soul that it can find its way back to the
    • and on the hope for each human soul that it can find its way back to the
    • the balance, can be swayed each moment of his life, now to
    • being crushed, or when the world loses him? In each of these
    • one can reach little further back than to the Egyptian age.
    • preaching of morals. Our inner powers are also called forth
    • of mankind. Progress is not gained by the mere preaching of
    • when we study those more remote subjects, the teachings
    • each person we meet is to lose oneself passionately in the
    • the sphere of morality, Anthroposophy should be a teacher of
    • A little reflection will teach you that, on the whole, people
    • teaching and feeling will have to contribute in order
    • merely preaching universal love. It will be understood that
    • strive to reach when he is ruled more by truth, love and the
    • has reached its goal, when man understands the right moral
    • that morals need not be preached, but they can indeed be
    • see that their effect is not only to preach morals, but to
    • preached, but we are lead to thoughts which themselves may be
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    • perceptive knowledge, they received from their divine teachers.
    • Their divine teachings contained much, but they did not contain
    • divine teachers spoke to men of the most varied aspects of
    • the things said by these divine teachers to the human race in
    • all these teachings there was nothing about birth and death.
    • teachers. But like the present-day animal he was not concerned
    • received as teachings from their ancient divine
    • these ancient, divine teachers of mankind had descended. Had
    • reveal themselves to a few pupils or teachers of mankind who
    • these teachings nothing would have been found about birth and
    • the higher hierarchies who were the teachers of primeval men
    • in which the first great teachers of human evolution lived
    • exist in these divine teachers. This host of divine teachers
    • us more and more with a tragic mood. And the teachings that are
    • human earth-life. In order to permit the teachings of birth and
    • ancient great teachers came; but through the decision of these
    • without meaning that the teachers who then appeared
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    • a look at the early teachers of Christianity to see how at that
    • to the spread of Christian teaching in various lands, to the
    • personality with personality, reaches up to one who was a
    • sagacity, in intellect, that has ever been reached by humanity.
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    • entire soul constitution a different person. Each intellectual
    • presupposes that each step during practice is completed with as
    • from the point of time that we have reached, going backwards
    • first stage we have reached nothing other than the
    • can reach yet another higher state of consciousness.
    • that each one can be a spiritual researcher. The one who delves
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture I: The Significance of Supersensible Knowledge Today
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    • Steiner's remarkable public lecture series given each year at the
    • interest for everyone. Each lecture will be self-contained,
    • not understand Christianity, each one tolerates the other's
    • must realize that they have reached certain aspects of Truth,
    • possessing knowledge that reaches beyond everyday affairs to
    • certain comprehension of the riddles of life are reached.
    • never reach the status of a world view. “When
    • that a new cult arose in each, with special significance for
    • came to her a teacher of genius, Anne Sullivan,
    • Anne Sullivan (1866–1936) was Helen Keller's teacher.
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture II: Blood is a Very Special Fluid
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    • Steiner's remarkable public lecture series given each year at the
    • far-reaching questions of existence, not just concern about
    • that forces already in existence had first to reach a stage
    • to the objects in this room. Each one of us will call the
    • seed to reach perfection in a far-off future; a stage to
    • reached the point where the being of humans can be understood
    • of animal it belongs, as each kind has its own specific bone
    • consciousness does not reach down far enough to experience
    • when evolution had reached the stage of the cosmos being
    • reached this stage, humans were no longer obliged to be
    • is reached, a being cannot say “I” to itself.
    • the same name. Each person felt strongly that he was simply a
    • clairvoyance and enables humanity to reach a higher stage of
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture III: The Origin of Suffering
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    • “Illness and Death.” Yet each lecture is complete
    • these have reached a certain point in their evolution, the
    • the stage of consciousness is reached can self-consciousness
    • reached a certain higher level. Only when the force of life
    • visualize that the cosmic forces of intelligence had reached
    • as Christianity teaches, there soon followed the outpouring
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture IV: The Origin of Evil
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    • Steiner's remarkable public lecture series given each year at the
    • could reach higher stages of development. Such exercises lead
    • The whole of humanity will reach this stage, but only after
    • a fundamental and significant law: Whenever beings reach a
    • stage we have reached on the earth. On the future planet
    • only evolve and reach perfection through conflict. However,
    • test of evil. For love to reach its highest goal, the love of
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VI: Education in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • Steiner's remarkable public lecture series given each year at the
    • with others; they can reach a person's ear from outside, but
    • not the name that refers to what is god-like in each
    • bodies develop in each individual in a particular way from
    • a person, we must always consider each human being
    • when a certain stage of maturity is reached. During further
    • external light to reach and harm the eyes of the unborn
    • the development of the ether body. However, the teacher must
    • important that the educator, the teacher, is at this time a
    • teacher be able to intuitively enter into how the child
    • reached, the astral covering falls away; the astral body
    • has reached this age he is capable of forming independent
    • than a baby still in the womb can hear or see. Each life
    • time is the teacher, the personality that will guide the
    • of basic principles that help the teacher's task of
    • feelings reach the protecting sheaths of the ether and astral
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    • Steiner's remarkable public lecture series given each year at the
    • dealing with a far-reaching and important subject, I ask you
    • of how understanding can be reached concerning these two most
    • person's “I” has reached a stage of independence
    • to reach a deeper understanding of the Old and New
    • sorrow, but we find that as life reaches higher levels things
    • similarities; each kingdom has its own specific
    • development is dependent upon each of them.
    • measure allotted each human being. It is the time when the
    • The astral body is born three times in this way, each time
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VII: Education and Spiritual Science
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    • Steiner's remarkable public lecture series given each year at the
    • until puberty is reached. The faculties of the ether body,
    • development is reached does the human being begin a life that
    • human reaches the present.
    • which great spiritual teachers have appeared among men. Buddha,
    • The religion Zoroastrianism is based an his teachings.
    • therefore the teacher. The teacher's authority must be
    • great teachers was self-evident to the human soul. It is bad;
    • it does great harm if the child doubts the teacher. The
    • that the teacher's kindness and good will — which he
    • principles, but the teacher's profound psychological insight.
    • teacher's training. An educator should not be concerned with
    • methods that matter in a teacher, but character and a certain
    • presence that makes itself felt even before the teacher has
    • inwardly transformed. The day will come when a teacher will
    • must be fostered. The teacher must be deeply aware of the
    • pictorially the teacher should not be thinking that it is
    • merely allegory. If the teacher fully participates in the
    • sense-perceptible must be brought to life. Modern teaching
    • that lives in the world also lives in humans. The teacher
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VIII: Insanity in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • high level of initiation is reached can work on the physical
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    • possibility to evolve, to reach higher stages; the knowledge
    • imaginative knowledge reaches the ether or life body, filling
    • which love for all things grows. To preach love is useless.
    • When this wisdom has reached its climax it will have become
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture X: Stages in Man's Development in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • Steiner's remarkable public lecture series given each year at the
    • of each life on earth, a person adds something new to the
    • education that reach further completion in the second half.
    • precepts. Preaching moral axioms has far less effect than
    • the emulation. This is why the teaching of history should be
    • maternal body before birth. Only when puberty is reached does
    • thirty-fifth year a human being reaches the middle of life.
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XI: Who are the Rosicrucians?
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    • reach a point where knowledge attainable only through
    • human beings ever lived or live, once they reach the highest
    • from the mountaintop, which is the same for all who reach it,
    • method developed by the Rishis, the great spiritual teachers
    • be absolved in the sequence here enumerated. The teacher will
    • teacher of Rosicrucianism will guide the pupil to the higher
    • far-reaching world knowledge. In the course of time more and
    • be placed anywhere but where it stands. Each of the books
    • thought-organism. Thought is not added to thought, each grows
    • fertilizing sacred lance of love. This stage will be reached
    • cravings. In the future, when earth evolution has reached its
    • People have always felt that what reached them from the vault
    • nature has reached the highest level of spirituality, it will
    • here have only recently reached the public from the School of
    • discovers that each organ has its own color and tone.
    • Genuine self¬knowledge is neither reached by aimless
    • and reach the sixth stage, or becoming one with the
    • seventh stage is within reach. Knowledge now becomes feeling;
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XII: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • reached only through inner upheavals and tribulations.
    • travels the path of knowledge will eventually reach that
    • creating a harmonious whole to which each contributed with
    • reach of external research, and is accessible only to
    • self-awareness, the whole universe, feeling it had reached
    • physically reach and assist another person. He has no notion
    • crossing of oceans and reaching foreign shores was seen as a
    • experience personal independence. Each one felt himself, not
    • a new structure, within which each person contributed
    • with enthusiasm by the far-reaching vistas opened up through
    • Wagner an inkling of the great teaching that flourished in
    • remain as it is; a force that, to reach higher stages, must
    • mankind — a drop of which lives in each individual as his
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    • we possess such forces, our will grows stronger; it reaches
    • true that a human being who has reached a certain stage in spiritual
    • mankind in general attained today. They reached at an earlier
    • each of us, then we sense our relationship to this Alpha and
    • reached an as yet not so high level spiritually, and one
    • reached a higher level, the name would express
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    • certain peak had been reached and at the same time the danger of
    • healthy way before reaching independence. But the education of
    • but also through teaching within esoteric life, so that the old
    • relation of dependence on the teacher would gradually develop into
    • is also an interpretation: for each of
    • the agreements reached in Munich and Budapest, instead of her
    • spiritual teaching given to humanity by Dr. Steiner. And as she also
    • bases, capitals and architraves, until they reached the place where
    • both domes merged into each other – a symbol of the soul's
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    • everywhere “proofs”. Everywhere he strives to reach the content
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    • Orient. In those times, powerful Eastern teachings were
    • Oriental life had already reached a decadent stage. What
    • This belief in ghosts does not reach back into very
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    • Palestine and reached the age of thirty, and what became of him
    • reached a higher stage than that of man upon the Earth. In
    • The Fire-Spirits have reached a very high stage of
    • received a drop from the same being, greatly resembled each
    • into each one of its parts, the element of the Sun or
    • great teachers who had preceded him, by Buddha, by the last
    • came to each man (to the individual Ego-man) but the individual
    • his teaching, the teaching of the only begotten of the Father
    • perceived abstractly in his vision.. Each stage was represented
    • of humanity will reach when it shall be filled by Buddhi, when
    • stage which he would reach when perfection will be attained; he
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    • earth. But spiritual science teaches us to observe the thoughts
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    • important light on a right method of education and teaching. It shows
    • you, that teaching and education must be arranged in a way that it lasts
    • him and what he comprehends, teach the child what he wants to grasp
    • work into each other, that we truly have to know that, being 28 years
    • continuously vibrating into each other, whose rhythms are related as
    • one to four. On this vibrating into each other of two different rhythms
    • hit into each other. Imagine these two rhythms were alike, then we would
    • flows. It adapts to each other, if the right tempo is in it. But if
    • This has a far reaching
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    • from the mouth reach the intestines, the last traces of the outside
    • soft substance, into the hand and then I teach myself to throw the mortar
    • society, did not reach the outside world. Also that the members did
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    • Imaginations. And we must be clear that we simply must reach the point
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    • to reach any conclusion about these in this lecture; we
    • can also write a second column of figures; on the right of each
    • agree with me that each number in the right-hand column is in
    • as on the left, namely an infinite number, for each number on
    • and so on. When you reach a construction with a hundred sides,
    • to a preacher in Berlin in 1853.
    • things happen on the physical plane we actually reach the point
    • of finding a “cause” for each “effect.”
    • cause belonging to each effect. Whenever anything has happened,
    • connected with each other in a totally different way than those
    • Will reach out to the spirits' realm.
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    • could begin to wonder how each of one's own deeds should be
    • of any fifth grade student. My teacher would have thrashed me
    • happened if this man, who said that his own fifth grade teacher
    • had himself become a school teacher and passed on this nonsense
    • become teachers and remembered something of this verdict on
    • one-sided. In what follows it will be shown that each view is
    • the immediate present. If each one of us were to ask ourselves
    • without hurting anyone's feelings it must be obvious that each
    • and your previous incarnations. If each one of you did not
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    • three teachers and a headmaster. These three teachers differ
    • coming year with his teachers. First of all it is the
    • turn of the first teacher. The headmaster asks him what
    • way to proceed in the coming year. The teacher replies,
    • teacher had made of the subject matter. He could also stipulate
    • teacher, and I reckon you will achieve excellent results with
    • second teacher also said, “I have gone through the whole
    • “The teacher I have just spoken to noted all the
    • a certain satisfaction that I have teachers in my school who
    • teacher who knows his priorities is bound to make a good
    • Then it was the third teacher's turn. He said, “During
    • teacher. “I have certainly made mistakes; and some things
    • class?” To this the teacher replied, “I will see
    • will be able to size this up better than last year, as each
    • the school frequently. He saw the first two teachers doing
    • teachers the headmaster was satisfied that they had been very
    • According to the report cards, the third teacher's results were
    • year that he was very lenient. While the other teachers were
    • third teacher's class had come out the worst.
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    • previously reach. This is also the task of repentance. Its
    • plans in the ordinary way. Suppose that as a teacher — a
    • proper teacher this time — you have a particular child to
    • is all wrinkled up and small enough to fit us. When we reach a
    • cannot free ourselves from them. But each moment in which we
    • develop our consciousness to the point where we reach the gate
    • Will reach out to the spirits' realm.
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    • will reach the point where they will have only the very
    • are duty bound to preach. We simply cannot do that. Actually
    • able to use their will, until they: reached actual paralysis of
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    • three consecutive periods will encroach upon each other
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    • ago, has today reached a culmination and will spread farther
    • cultivates imagination. Each one of us must seek his own
    • culture must be developed in the future. Now we have reached,
    • periods existing as such with need limits, in each of which
    • acquired in the fifth but will reach its final stages only in
    • they understand each other. Today it comes to few to listen
    • other is not thinking! Well now — we understand each
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture I: The Difference Between Man and Animal
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    • teachings of the church itself. Certainly the connections of these things
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    • teaching that a divinity should live immediately in the soul is heretical
    • what their teachers of religious doctrine hold to be the legitimate
    • which today according to preaching and believing clerics is heresy.
    • appealed to as St. John of the Cross who really teaches Pantheism (if
    • outlook from this Catholic Faith and were preached to from the pulpits
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    • side a realm that he wishes to reach with only the weakened mirrored
    • a life that is active in spirit, a life that has already reached a stage
    • for the social structure of men, in each of these views there lives
    • must be noticed; it is a fine distinction although a tremendously far-reaching
    • one; there is a far reaching and important distinction between the one
    • into account, however, above all not taken into account where the teachings
    • being, having no wish to teach what knowledge they have gained from
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    • quite another question, a question that can be settled only by each
    • individual in his own inmost soul, a question to which each one will
    • is an experience made in earlier ages by countless teachers of Spiritual
    • for naturally I am not expecting each of you to do this, I only believe,
    • of Course, that each of you will have heard of such things, you will
    • mankind cannot reach their goal, and because catastrophe on catastrophe
    • that when confronting each other as man to man we are in a very special
    • of feelings, that each of us must have if he does not want to investigate
    • his ilk, Schmoller or Reacher or anyone else you like, and ask yourself
    • each other with immediate feeling and it is recognised: When I look
    • of each human being. This is something that will alone make the solution
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    • true: “And if Christ be not risen then is our preaching vain and
    • that Judaism and paganism exclude each other as the two poles of all
    • is indeed of pagan nature and Ormuzd and Ahriman confront each other
    • divine. Both of these, however, had reached their highest point of development.
    • in human evolution. Neither has it since been reached again nor was
    • outer form both had in man's view reached the highest point and there
    • of this one, in that certain evolutionary impulses reach their highest
    • on earth was only to be reached through such an event that indeed happened
    • moment pagan and Jewish culture had reached their zenith the force that
    • stage, men were much later in arriving at the same point as was reached
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    • reached for this later time. In Goethe himself, for the fifth post-Atlantean
    • It cannot be said that mankind have yet reached a high point in their
    • behind each one of us, tapping us on the shoulder, giving us advice.
    • what Linnaeus conscientiously placed next to each other as plant forms
    • to God could only be reached through Spinoza. Goethe's morphology had
    • what was attainable and what was out of reach. When we let such a poem
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    • your outer expression changes each time as a result of what
    • for each person, an Ego-Being. The animals don't have the same
    • light filled being is with an upwards reach while connecting
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    • more significant than each impression and suchlike. These are
    • universe. Goethe believed he had reached clarity in the thought
    • soul, in order that each human being's striving in his
    • we descend into our inner soul, we certainly reach into the
    • reach satisfaction when we try to find the relationship with
    • Right into the colour teachings we can't understand Goethe, if
    • we fail to focus on what Goethe wanted. He wanted to reach such
    • concepts with his metaphysical teachings, which did not follow
    • reach, though his nature observation, what really lies behind
    • perfection dawned on him. In his time they hadn't reached as
  • Title: What is Self-knowledge?
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    • with which method and tasks are needed to reach the stage when
    • anthroposophic sense; and to above all, relate each single
    • forward. Only if we want to reach the possibility to have
    • something which had originated earlier and reaches into the
    • broods in order to reach clarity: which are my talents and
    • any other way we don't reach genuine self-knowledge, because a
    • independent, in order to reach that which distinguishes us from
    • we come to the third important area. We reach, through
    • the question arises: can we reach this point of self-knowledge
    • stand and preach to the stove and say: “Lovely stove, your duty
    • preaching to people regarding their duty to love one another
    • moral preachers has little worth because moral preaching leaves
    • that we arrive at a moment when anthroposophic teaching can
    • steel bow when grasped. Experience itself must create each
    • reach knowledge of the great cosmic relationships of our earth;
    • in vain, without glancing over it we can't reach knowledge,
    • also none of the “I”-Self. We reach knowledge about the
    • view in order to create images as to how each observation
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    • that in a sense an endeavor was being made to make each individual people
    • conceived Building. Each detail, in that it represents a part of the
    • only proves that he is judging of each thing on its own merit, especially;
    • whereas each detail in the Building only has a significance in its connection
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    • you take the forms which reach up from below and those which reach down
    • each succeeding leaf of a plant issues through metamorphosis out of
    • how the architrave motif progresses, each form building itself up out,
    • each other, and that the succeeding motive is developed from that which
    • do not exist alone but each must be considered as a part of the whole.
    • of the steps, how, in every case each individual line in its own place
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    • heights of pictorial art have been reached in striving for expression
    • that in this world each element represents a creative whole. If we have
    • Sea northwards into Europe, and this Initiation-stream reaches its fulfilment
    • their living relationship to each other. The inspiration that come from
    • are present in man as if interwoven, intermingled with each other. The
    • an untrue mask. When humanity will have reached a certain spiritualisation
    • Each one must examine himself,
    • which has been spoken to-day, which may already be found in the teachings
    • and do not let it reach their hearts. This observation I wish to link
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    • reached a definite condition and colour, the result was
    • into nature in order to reach her spirit, Wagner thinks only
    • from reaching the inner meaning of the Gospel. Why does the
    • has arrived at complete materialism; now he has reached the
    • swinging a certain condition of balance is reached. So then,
    • peak of materialism has been reached. The social framework in
    • lies hidden. The two like poles must meet each other. And as
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture II: The Romantic Walpurgis-Night
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    • century). Once in a church in Paris a Canon was preaching in
    • evil thing. (Catholic clergy, you know, very often preach
    • societies. The two friends waited for the preacher after the
    • preacher said: very well. But may I take sacred relics with
    • “Yet I cannot reach the top.
    • he would have said: we have been preaching Monism.
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    • Fichte was teaching with an immense enthusiasm for knowledge.
    • who, inspired by the same convictions were also teaching in
    • pedants in Jena who each in their own way of thought they
    • Faust has got as far as reaching Helen imaginatively, in his
    • soul's subconscious; he had, however, to reach her with those
    • the consciousness when it reaches to the firmament. I should
    • And each to other fit with foresight due. Ponder
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    • the supersensible world. This must be left to each
    • surrounding 183 worlds — sixty on on each of the three
    • sides of the triangle and one at each angle makes 183. When,
    • But each of these worlds, Saturn,
    • And each of these seven periods we again divide into
    • And in each of the three we have
    • follow the course of each drop. All the water that belongs to
    • write as other poets write, but that each word of his bore
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    • had a far-reaching influence upon the health and sickness of
    • even from the general teachings of Spiritual Science. And
    • reached the ears of his father, so that he had his son
    • here on Earth there is not one whom it can reach, but there
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VII: Some Spiritual-Scientific Observations
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    • understanding did not reach up to the truths of Spiritual
    • universe reaches its culmination in the creation of man, on
    • Professor Johannes Volkelt, nor been allowed to teach
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VIII: Spiritual Science Considered with the Classical Walpurgis-Night
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    • as man by nature reaches. Those who believe that what is
    • the present can never reach the spiritual at all, but, in
    • of the Greeks. He hoped in this way to reach the
    • reaches her goal, that is, her grave). No one can find a
    • them interpenetrate each other just as spirit and matter do.
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    • reached.
    • pure perception in each separate sphere, pu let the things
    • outlooks that reciprocally reflect and enlighten each other.
    • to mention the breach among the international Christians in
    • what, in spite of people making each other polite speeches,
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture X: Faust's Knowledge and Understanding of Himself
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    • goal can only be reached through knowledge acquired by the
    • various ways Goethe endeavours to reach the realm to which a
    • open sea, where he no longer feels himself within reach of
    • Macedon and Olympia found each other. Those things must be
    • teaching is, in feeling, the exact opposite of this
    • succeed in reaching what is innermost in the human being.
    • permeated by spirit, we reach the point when we realise that
    • side of the other, and to notice the place of each. These
    • not quite reach it. This is what Goethe is wishing to tell
    • each other and yet not found each other. Human beings and
    • spirits meet one another, yet do not meet; they approach each
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XI: The Vision of Reality in the Greek Myths
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    • yet cannot reach it.”
    • forth with honest doubt all that could be reached through
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    • its own place, each of the spheres — of striving and
    • was created. Such studies should simply teach the language,
    • reaches it. And while he is feeling that he is still nowhere
    • be able to reach the goal thinking itself has indicated.
    • constitution of his soul, a man can fancy he is able to reach
    • and hindered from reaching our goal, but rather that, while
    • that a man reaches his goal by sufficiently developing his
    • reach ourselves. In willing we do this, for willing actually
    • this twofold being cannot reach itself, the other loses
    • between being unable to reach himself, and losing himself.
    • must be able to attain the condition of repose reached by the
    • beats, midway between the not-reaching and the losing
    • only on the outside of events can never teach us to realise
    • does not reach man. We do not then succeed for we do not thus
    • what we are able to reach only by the physical eye, the
    • these technical perfections that have reached a certain
    • between not being able to reach ourselves in Homunculus, and
    • reach himself; through willing he loses himself. To be unable
    • to reach oneself in thinking is Homunculism; losing oneself
    • that men thought they must make out of Goethe's teaching at
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    • to that which in natural science is reached with much trouble.
    • standing next to each other: there is something missing!
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    • these ancient Rishis, these great teachers of the
    • but their rise could not without further ado reach to the upper
    • of Moses. For each human being to search for the godly
    • understanding can be reached, no real picture formed regarding
    • each one can find the interrelation with the Father-God.
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    • that we don't only absorb teaching and thoughts but that our
    • protected. We do not dare imagine that teaching, imagining and
    • however that teaching, observation and knowledge are
    • Spiritual scientific knowledge is quite different to teachings
    • reached. We will bring such important stages in our earth
    • beings and that in each ray of sunshine not only physical light
    • of years, a spiritual and meaningful stages were reached. High
    • spiritual way to reach an understanding of the great religious
    • certain achievement hadn't already been reached, not have
    • Only when we don't bring spiritual scientific teaching into
    • ideal and can allow this to penetrate us each moment. No moment
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    • and again told us how distinctly the mind of his great teacher
    • the secret of species will indeed have reached the highest
    • that secret. On one other occasion, when teacher and pupil were
    • back, it is true; nevertheless, it reached its apex in the time
    • consciousness. This had a far-reaching effect upon the entire
    • followed upon each other, such as the struggle for
    • educational teaching obtaining at that time. Materialism had
    • and to that teaching concerning the development of living
    • still lower types, reaching back finally to the very simplest
    • teaches the laws by which the living kingdoms in Nature are
    • stage will at length be reached where not only the curious
    • true theosophical teaching concerning evolution is, in our day,
    • that each one sees God's image after his own likeness. The
    • sterling worth of his teaching will live, its negative
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    • conceived the Lunar Sphere, reaching up to the moon. And as we
    • — ‘In the ether which reaches up to the Moon, there are
    • experience. It was a common atmosphere of thought reaching
    • reaches of the Sublunary Sphere as a remnant of the human being
    • possession of a few. And as a consequence, these few reached up
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    • psychology, for teaching on the subject of the Folk-Souls of the
    • been within the reach of many leading men, they were not willing to
    • Innumerable sermons are preached to-day, and with a certain subjective
    • in the egotistical souls of men arises in response to teaching about
    • fast to the teaching that death does not bring annihilation. And so,
    • indications can be given. Knowing something of the spiritual teachings
    • This teaches us that to work as a husbandman, for instance, is by no
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    • sense-perceptions of the material world. To a certain extent we reach
    • thoughts, we reach no further than the surface of things.
    • and atoms, again you would have only surfaces. You do not reach what
    • asleep and our idealistic experiences reach to the Angel, this Angel
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    • teachers we are incapable of helping the child to think
    • will through our natural authority and our example as teachers, then
    • whose task it is to teach and educate.
    • period which reaches its climax in that century. In the South, on the
    • A.D.— we find that up here in the North, teachings about the Gods
    • teaching of the Gods to their fellow-men.
    • to be able to receive divine teachings, to feel that the Gods —
    • verily as if in those times the Gods moved as teachers among the still
    • conquests, their influence reached right down to Sicily and North
    • continual metamorphosis, of course — the teachings of the
    • from the South is here influenced by the Northern teachings of the
    • towards the South East. Everywhere, of course, there are the teachings
    • has developed, the old teachings of the Gods were carried towards the
    • each particular people must be understood in the light of spiritual
    • the stimulators and teachers of their fellow-souls after death in
  • Title: Spirit of Fichte: Lecture I: The Spirit of Fichte Present in Our Midst
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    • pastor. And when Gottlieb reached the age of thirteen he was able,
    • teachers and officials, and much duplicity in behaviour. Further he
    • minister and preacher. Indeed one may say he had shown himself
    • predestined for the office of preacher. He had proved so capable of
    • unpretentious cottage, he was allowed to preach there, for the
    • local minister was a friend of his. And he would preach in such a
    • secure any teaching position which he thought himself able to fill.
    • already quite intent on the endeavour to reproduce the teachings of
    • and sat at the feet of the great teacher. And he
    • soul of this teaching, which he held to be the greatest ever
    • which had formed itself within him. But Fichte was not a teacher like any
    • existence. It could not be reached by any eye, any ear, any other
    • activity can arise in the Ego and how man can only reach a real
    • were, taking each one by the hand to guide him into the spiritual
    • one repeat my words after me, but let each one be stimulated by me
    • his courses at Jena had ever come into contact with such teaching
    • with Schiller how his, Fichte's, teaching activity and his manner
    • reviewed in our minds Fichte's spiritual development and reached
    • the spring of 1799 Fichte discharged the duties of his teaching post at
    • Fichte had to give up his post as teacher at Jena, which had been
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    • one another, so that they can love each other as human beings on earth
    • costumes, different for each one, with paper crowns and a star on
    • nature of the artistic element in these plays can only be reached by
    • teacher. They will go to all sorts of places in order to learn certain
    • A fine will be levied for all violations, and also for each error in
    • which each single human soul can share by taking up the force that
    • into other times. Each period of time has its own special mission. In
    • each period we must learn how to enliven in ever new ways what should
    • Let us greet our teacher, who indeed,
    • immersing ourselves into great teachings. And let us feel that thereby
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 1 of 9
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    • arises Krishna, the great spiritual teacher of Arjuna, and a
    • wonderful, sublime teaching is brought before us in vivid colors in
    • such a way that it appears as a teaching given to his pupil. But to
    • the holy teaching in the words of Krishna to Arjuna. The
    • teachings emerge amid the battle like a cloud of spiritual light
    • picture before our eyes it is almost as though the teaching becomes
    • The teaching of
    • confusion of human battles, errors and earthly strife. His teaching
    • Arjuna cosmic secrets, great immense teachings. Then his pupil is
    • spirit form of the teacher is revealed to the clairvoyant eye of his
    • describe the scene of his dying teacher. But people in these days
    • that the teacher, having spoken these words to his pupils, passes on
    • passage through the gates of death. He gives out his teaching in a
    • today. Each felt his identity only in the group, in a
    • those who belonged together are about to murder each other. He felt
    • mood he is met by the great teacher Krishna. Here we must call
    • this scene: The holy God, who stands there teaching Arjuna what man
    • else than I speaks from out the teaching of Krishna.
    • nothing but themselves, each one an “I.” Yes, in all that
    • teaching can be bound up with the announcement of universal egoism.
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    • is placed before us in the so-called miracles and signs; each working
    • attached from morning to night, and reach out to interests that move
    • against each other. Such a soul as Arjuna can be shaken by that to
    • longer knows, but that in those ancient times was a primeval teaching
    • successive stages, each higher than the last, each one introducing
    • corresponds to a deep occult truth. The first stage is a teaching
    • find a teaching that might easily appear trivial, especially to a
    • Here I reach a point
    • reach such conceptions. That is the point, that it has been shown in
    • the book how every individual man, if he reaches into the depths of
    • him the next stage, how every soul can reach that higher world if it
    • teaching do. He wants to inspire him to take his start from the very
    • to himself that even though Arjuna will in the end reach the very
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    • soul in the present cycle of evolution. If man did not reach out to
    • realm we are unconscious of in daily life, or rather that reaches us
    • can reach us from the spiritual treasure, the spiritual light of the
    • the higher worlds, to reach this upper region. But suppose he has not
    • ambitions and lust for power from his soul. Indeed a man can reach
    • evil are combined and interwoven in each human soul. One has more of
    • reached this height we do not see the physical world, even though we
    • already in us. So that when we reach these truths — the most
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    • achievements, reached its height. The stragglers of scientific
    • subconsciousness into their conscious life and do not easily reach
    • the custom of teaching children religious ideas. He points out that
    • will reach hundreds of people who will imagine that they understand
    • how senseless it is to teach children religion. There are many such
    • speak, ought we therefore to refrain from teaching them to speak?”
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    • kind of doctrine, an abstract teaching, or a philosophy, that makes
    • as the teaching of Christ Jesus is to be found in some earlier work
    • the same teaching after all.” Certainly, that is not incorrect
    • because in countless instances it can be shown that the teachings of
    • two statements do not contradict each other. According to the habits
    • Beings in their relation to each other, we need an all-around point
    • accustomed to color and brightness, so he imagines he will only reach
    • suffice, we fail, As we reach this part of the song we feel as if we
    • his soul. Whoever reaches this ninth song may feel this devotional
    • discourse. What can come next, now that we have reached the climax of
    • be reached through Yoga, we shall begin to lay hold on the meaning
    • Such might be. Then, each person separately and by himself might go
    • universe. With the Krishna Impulse coming into each individual soul,
    • highest point, but separately, dispersed, broken apart from each
    • Krishna Impulse worked in each one. Human existence would have been
    • where he may reach Krishna. But something came toward humanity from
    • outside, which men could never have reached through the forces
    • that lived within themselves; something bending down to each
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 7 of 9
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    • the battle-field with the Kurus and Pandus arrayed against each
    • that had passed through many incarnations and reached its eminence by
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 8 of 9
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    • secret, for his teachings are printed and are read. But they are not
    • spiritual achievement belongs, and for its posterity, its teaching
    • following there grew up a certain religious belief in its teachings,
    • Western civilization a way of thought that does not reach to the
    • was a striving toward a height that we have reached in the most
    • different in the case of each. I am not trying to make you understand
    • further. We shall never reach an understanding beyond the limits of
    • and enter the higher spirituality around us. If we would reach the
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    • materialistic congress how each person in the depths of his soul is
    • stands before Arjuna and teaches him to “Look upon all the
    • requiring a man who is halfway up a mountain to reach the top by the
    • fertilized by Krishna. So his teaching to Arjuna is, “All men
    • clearly as possible. Krishna and Brahma are related to each other as
    • person. To follow his teaching exclusively means to strive for the
    • teaching, how it directs man to put aside all externals, to become
    • perfect himself. This is the teaching of Krishna.
    • child. In two stages he gave that teaching that from another side was
    • to be the antithesis of the teaching of Lucifer in Paradise. “He
    • withdraws. Then men go through their evolution and reach the point
    • where in two stages another teaching is given them, of
    • external conditions. Both teachings are one-sided. If the
    • Each person would only have sought his own perfection. Striving for
    • extremes. Through each of them mankind would have fallen into
    • certain movements, when they arise, over-reach themselves
    • everywhere we find the same principles. In each case there is a
    • history. Though each has its right and proper point of contact, one
    • requires each of us to say earnestly to himself, “I can indeed
    • reach something higher, and I will. Always it is only a certain stage
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    • prepared if he is to reach the end of it without having his inner life
    • Initiation, which I shall have to describe later on, is reached, then
    • be so absorbed in the urge to reach the higher worlds as to be guilty
    • he experiences in the higher worlds. This stage can be reached only
    • Without them, certain stages of Initiation cannot be reached.
    • body. This is not a condition reached in ordinary dreams. The dream is
    • When a man prepares himself to reach this point, he finds all things
    • new is given to him; he reaches precisely the moment in which this new
    • just been described is reached, such a thing no longer happens. For
    • be reached individually in the higher worlds; so it is for everything
    • that has been reached in the course of human evolution with regard to
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    • develops are what enable him to reach the stage we spoke of yesterday.
    • physical plane. When, therefore, the point is reached of which we
    • instance, a preacher in the pulpit is in the midst of a tremendously
    • Thus — ironically, one might say — a decision was reached,
    • has reached the point spoken of in the preceding lecture, he acquires
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    • company they had reached were at work in building physical and etheric
    • to incarnation! I know solely about those beings who in each new
    • a traveler in a country encircled by the sea had reached the shore.
    • reached the furthest shore of existence and had gazed upon the beings
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    • "Montsalvat." Teaching is now no longer tied to particular
    • wisdom can be carried anywhere to-day, because we have reached a
    • neighbourhood in order to receive a certain teaching, this was not
    • external characteristics of those who have to teach, for then one
    • they have to say and teach and do in a spiritual sense — are in
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    • The essence of Manichean teaching relates to the doctrine of Good and
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    • Europe and then released to the air, will fly back again and meet each
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    • the verses of the Lord's Prayer in backward order. Occultism teaches
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    • subordinates the body but teaches us how to use it for higher ends.
    • rainbow, according to the passion by which it is animated. Each
    • discover and solve the enigma of this soul. The teaching given by the
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    • attempted to reach the Sun-sphere prematurely, without adequate
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    • common with the Rosicrucians, the occultist of our day teaches of the
    • Christ in the inner being of each individual and of the Christ, in the
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    • way to reach freedom. The dissociation of feeling, thinking and
    • perfect equilibrium. If the disciple has not reached this stage, or if
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    • stand in the most intimate relation to each other, but we should think
    • world is that it teaches man to know himself. Feelings and passions
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    • has been revealed to him by trustworthy and reliable teachers. He does
    • According to the explanation given by Goethe to certain students, each
    • Each of these figures, together with everything around them,
    • The zenith of the earthly life of man is reached at about the age of
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture XI: The Devachanic World (Heaven)
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    • extremes is avoided. The adept teaches the necessity for equanimity of
    • body remains. In each successive incarnation, therefore, the etheric
    • When the master in occultism has reached the point of conscious
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    • during the first centuries, Christianity contained esoteric teaching
    • reaches the second stage of Devachan. The moulds which represent
    • and thoughts are evoked. Each of these words is a wave of sound with an
    • would descend to Earth as congealed air and we could recognise each
    • clairaudient, each being communicates his true name in a
    • Devachan, each being has his own particular sound; yet at the same
    • The disciple who has reached the fifth degree of initiation is sent by
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture XIII: The Logos and the Word
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    • but around him. We reach a point when the sense-organs existed only in
    • nearer to Spirit. Today, we have reached the lowest point on the curve
    • of descent; man and Earth have reached the greatest degree of
    • then we reach the conception of the second Logos by Whom macrocosmic
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    • must try to reach a deep and true understanding of the mineral kingdom
    • 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.
    • the centre of the horizon. Each state of consciousness develops
    • through seven states of life, and each state of life through seven
    • human kingdoms. In each state of consciousness, therefore, man passes
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    • have power over animal life. When he has reached the stage of being
    • he drew his first breath; consciousness will reach its stage of
    • it is only words that he communicates to the air. When he has reached
    • is said in occult writings that the first Teachers of men were the
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture XVII: Redemption and Liberation
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    • the Earth, each of these lunar kingdoms makes a descent into
    • about to reach its lowest point of materialisation. In order that the
    • in all true occult brotherhoods — namely that each individual
    • when outer redemption will coincide in each man with the interior act
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    • fundamental teachings of the ancient Mysteries — for instance
    • teaching; it is contained in the Apocalypse in the form of symbols
    • difficult task which is reaching its culminating point in our own day,
    • so well. But from now onwards we must strive to reach a knowledge of
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    • into itself — I have often described it here. To reach
    • reached when the inner word has become flesh completely
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    • teacher, but in view of our modern normal mode of life, it is
    • sign that he has reached the first stage on the way to
    • mystics experienced it. Such a person has reached the second
    • on his back. With this the fourth stage is reached.
    • this is no myth. It indicates that they have reached the
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    • meaning on the gospel, but that by means of occult teaching
    • reach a certain comprehension. Everyone has a higher self,
    • fighter”. But it is not until one has reached a
    • Judah is the term applied to someone who had reached such a
    • person has reached the fifth grade of initiation he always
    • Tree of Life. He who had reached this point is said to have
    • understand each other. “Jesus said unto him,
    • sooner to reach the spiritual world. This shows ignorance. It
    • circles lay it against Theosophy that it teaches
    • Christianity knows nothing of this teaching of reincarnation.
    • extreme form of this teaching was the dogma of eternal
    • mattered was that each human individuality, each
    • teaching. Therefore, the theosophical outlook was really
    • teaching them higher mathematics, I would be teaching them
    • teaching contained errors. No. In order to master the
    • not reached the stage of having a hard skeleton, he did not
    • as man shall have reached higher stages. We can follow this
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    • of Sponheim, a German scholar who was also an Initiate and the teacher
    • teachings were obliged to undergo severe tests and trials to prove their
    • abandoned in modern times; the more elementary teachings are now given out
    • fruits of the teaching were allowed to reach humanity, would fail. Among
    • of printing. Previously, theosophical teaching had been passed on orally
    • than young peach blossom. We never see an etheric body if we “suggest
    • has reached this stage is called an Adept; he will then have developed in
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    • was little more than an animal. Then she met a teacher of genius, a
    • for morality. Schopenhauer once said: “To preach morality is easy,
    • have moral principles? In the long run no mere preaching of morality
    • basis. To preach morality is like preaching to a stove about its duty
    • When we make this truth known we are not preaching morality but laying
    • he is merely preached at and told he must be nice and truthful.
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    • finally a stage is reached when the etheric body dissolves no longer.
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    • through all this in the past. At each death, at the end of each
    • behind what I have called a concentrated essence of forces. So with each
    • were three successive periods of civilisation, each associated with
    • death he reaches Devachan, he finds, as we have seen, the picture of
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture V: Human Tasks in the Higher Worlds
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    • that they are seaching for parents with suitable characters and family
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    • by lesson-books or verbal teaching, but by means of example and imitation.
    • teaching is needed for the etheric and astral bodies, but it is extremely
    • not be an enforced authority — the teacher must gain his authority
    • to go on. Theosophical education demands of the teacher not only
    • demands that the type of people chosen to be teachers must be those whose
    • teachers, since the future of mankind depends on it. Here a great
    • the twenty-fourth year, when everything around him can teach a person
    • The Theosophical Society is to publish a book for teachers and mothers
    • true comparison with the ledger would run as follows: each new transaction
    • alters the balance and each new action alters the destiny.
    • of karma; the testament of Christ is in fact the teaching of karma and
    • reincarnation. This does not mean that each one must bear the consequence
    • of single “I's”, each one isolated from the rest;
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    • ago the occult teacher had a quite different task. He had to concern
    • himself with people in groups; human beings had not reached the stage
    • where each man has to take responsibility for himself. The deliberate
    • and more individual and independent; the occult teacher can no longer
    • clever liberal theologians began to expound the sources, each in his own
    • illness would never have appeared. The occult teacher knows that if this
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VIII: Good and Evil. Individual Karmic Questions.
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    • cannibal had not reached the point of judging between good and bad in
    • reach the heights of holiness. A field has to be treated with manure and
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    • on the higher members will of course reach a higher degree of perfection,
    • is called in Theosophy a Round, or a Life-condition. Each Round can
    • it. Saturn passed through seven such Rounds or Life-conditions. In each
    • Round was its finally perfected form attained. Each Round has its seven
    • each going through seven Rounds and each Round through seven
    • about successive incarnations; the teacher said only, “Learn the
    • in fact reached the stage of the animal kingdom. He had raised himself
    • reached its highest possible level; in the fifth the two bodies reunited
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    • forms. You must picture the spirit descending from above and enfolding each
    • and each one, as it came into being, expressed itself through a specific
    • each single human ancestor. And now a new faculty appeared: each human
    • Earth. This had far-reaching consequences for all living beings: the
    • and animals needed in order to reproduce themselves. Each individual
    • air. Each human being breathed in his portion of air, shaped it to his
    • with air. As soon as he had reached the stage where the breathing of
    • ascended higher when we reach the next planetary stage. Although they
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture XI: The Post-Atlantean Culture-Epochs
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    • will of your God. Your's must be a bad God if he does not teach his
    • his God teaches is very different from what your magical black signs
    • of Manu, called the holy Rishis, became the teachers of the ancient
    • the stars merely physical globes. They looked on each planet as ensouled
    • purpose in the course of human evolution. Each group of peoples has
    • each truth has its particular mission at a certain time. We
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    • who has reached a certain stage of development. People work together,
    • teacher. What, then, happens to a man who enters on occult development?
    • a stage is soon reached when the pupil not only sees what is physically
    • has a consistent meaning. But when you reach a certain stage, one image
    • with a pupil who has reached the stage just mentioned. By day and by
    • has reached this Devachanic state, the lotus-flowers, the Chakrams or
    • each day passes exactly like another. But he can at least pursue certain
    • development becomes unduly absorbed in the teachings of Theosophy.
    • Devachan. Thus each plane has its own specific form of perception. But
    • way about in the higher worlds. But, as I have said, the teachings of
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    • say that no occult school sees in its teaching and requirements anything
    • briefly the kind of instruction that an Eastern teacher gives. You will
    • by the great teachers of humanity, conditions were much simpler: stealing
    • was easy to define. But a Yoga teacher would not agree that Europeans
    • all this the Yoga teacher would call stealing. With us, social relations
    • burden lawyers, doctors and so on. Every university professor teaches his
    • of public opinion, of the newspapers! The Eastern teacher of Yoga does
    • teacher makes his pupil adopt a special posture; the pupil has to keep
    • to kill and not to injure any living creature. The occult teacher says:
    • no further use of. The occult teacher is concerned to alter this. If there
    • The teacher gives the necessary instructions. Breathing in, holding
    • to work on him. The occult teacher says to the pupil: “You must
    • concept to another by his own free choice, he has reached the condition
    • with which a teacher of Eastern Yoga deals.
    • can be followed with the advice of a teacher who knows what has to be
    • of the teacher, and after meditating again on the five opening verses,
    • can actually experience it all. And then, when he reaches the thirteenth
    • of the Scourging. When the pupil has reached this point, he must, while
    • for having reached this stage is that during the pupil's meditation
    • of the Resurrection, cannot be described in words. Hence occultism teaches
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    • grasp of the truth of Christianity. Truth is one, but it can be reached
    • by this means we cannot reach the higher self. When we look into ourselves
    • is what really matters. If we say that we want more moral teaching and
    • saying given by his occult teacher, he will be guided to that which
    • self-development, when the pupil is taken out of himself by means of each
    • difficult today. But theosophical teaching is itself a promoter of peace.
    • When we come together so that we may live within this teaching, it gives
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    • one of teaching, if they are truly active priests, then they are
    • with reaching into a person's life, because a sacrament is enacted,
    • extent physician and priest can work with the teacher to accomplish
    • physician a priest, but they can both in a certain sense be teachers.
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    • understanding, since they reach into profound depths, even into the
    • pathological, genius on one side, insanity on the other; each in its
    • to be reached at all by those methods. It has to be observed with the
    • don't reach up to the dwelling place of God, they don't have any
    • second dwelling place of God.” When the third stage is reached,
    • used. When they reach the fourth stage, they no longer want advice
    • about active meditation, for usually they have reached the view that
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    • reach a second stage. They tell of actual, shaped perceptions of the
    • they will only reach the subsequent experience properly if first they
    • Then they reach the
    • reached.
    • interfering in each other's field in a dilettantish fashion. This
    • strong, they neutralize each other.
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    • development, for one does not see what part each member is playing in
    • that remain. After each subsequent period there remain also certain
    • surrounding world: the spiritual world. Someday when medicine reaches
    • individual. With the faculties upon which you call as a teacher in
    • human beings have access to what could not reach them at all in the
    • when we reached puberty. We have now reached a period in which we
    • And now we reach the
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    • Often it is to the same region each year. And this inner impulse of
    • next place he'll reach has frightful food. He knows that, for his
    • teacher, so that the teacher will realize what should be done for
    • a reaching out more externally, to the spiritual world beyond the
    • sense world. In this case there is a reaching inward to a physical
    • streams of consciousness flowing parallel to each other. In one
    • that has a spiritual content. They reach into the spiritual world and
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    • contrasting conditions, such as, for instance, a capacity to reach
    • reach down into the bodily, natural realm.
    • through successive earth-lives; causes reach over spiritually from
    • people who have now reached this last view (not everyone today admits
    • teachings include a great reverence and love for animals; they extend
    • perversion of the will) and on the other hand the spiritual teachings
    • spiritual teachings, as well as his own religious devotion. This is
    • rises up and strikes him in this incarnation. One sees it reach
    • same time. We have the two opposites constantly pitted against each
    • his personality; they play into each other, wonderfully and
    • into each other. You will find countless places in Raimund's dramas
    • abstract teaching from certain ancient streams of civilization
    • upper members relate to each other, whether they are separated from
    • each other, whether they distance themselves from the lower members.
    • healing process complete. They will reach the moment when they are no
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    • cannot reach the human being by this means, because in human life in
    • interwoven. Present earth processes reach into the physical-etheric
    • advances hypotheses that reach from the present age to a time lying
    • does not reach as far as the human being. Human beings have a soul
    • just as we reach in air inhalation a higher, finer process, so now in
    • air exhalation we reach a lower, coarser process. Below we gradually
    • up in the venous process. When it reaches the venous process it
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    • plant as streaming to reach it. But the plant does more than just
    • reach upward; it reaches out in width, it creates peripheries. And we
    • what lies in the astral body and ego, one would never reach the sun,
    • in the ego and astral body during sleep, one does not reach the sun
    • the whole world. Now we know that with each sun ray shining down upon
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    • remedy for another, for they are falling away from each other. So
    • sin and the real illness are so detached from each other that now
    • fact. These teachings originated in olden times, and today no one is
    • interested in changing the teachings to accord with what is demanded
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    • decline, that the tendency everywhere is to try to reach out beyond
    • science that is really striving to reach a higher level. These things
    • on the first day of spring, the twenty-first of March of each year.
    • have reached the ego. For in the breathing — and remember what
    • lives. Let us reckon this great cosmic year in which each single day
    • each earth-death we breathe the etheric element out; with each
    • then one would reach Sophia. Then one would find too that within this
    • world. For one is only reaching deeds from the past.
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    • moment one reaches a higher level of consciousness even to a slight
    • reaching down into tangible matter itself, but only to the
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    • one of teaching, if they are truly active priests, then they are
    • with reaching into a person's life, because a sacrament is enacted,
    • extent physician and priest can work with the teacher to accomplish
    • physician a priest, but they can both in a certain sense be teachers.
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    • understanding, since they reach into profound depths, even into the
    • pathological, genius on one side, insanity on the other; each in its
    • to be reached at all by those methods. It has to be observed with the
    • don't reach up to the dwelling place of God, they don't have any
    • second dwelling place of God.” When the third stage is reached,
    • used. When they reach the fourth stage, they no longer want advice
    • about active meditation, for usually they have reached the view that
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    • reach a second stage. They tell of actual, shaped perceptions of the
    • they will only reach the subsequent experience properly if first they
    • Then they reach the
    • reached.
    • interfering in each other's field in a dilettantish fashion. This
    • strong, they neutralize each other.
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    • development, for one does not see what part each member is playing in
    • that remain. After each subsequent period there remain also certain
    • surrounding world: the spiritual world. Someday when medicine reaches
    • individual. With the faculties upon which you call as a teacher in
    • human beings have access to what could not reach them at all in the
    • when we reached puberty. We have now reached a period in which we
    • And now we reach the
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    • Often it is to the same region each year. And this inner impulse of
    • next place he'll reach has frightful food. He knows that, for his
    • teacher, so that the teacher will realize what should be done for
    • a reaching out more externally, to the spiritual world beyond the
    • sense world. In this case there is a reaching inward to a physical
    • streams of consciousness flowing parallel to each other. In one
    • that has a spiritual content. They reach into the spiritual world and
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    • contrasting conditions, such as, for instance, a capacity to reach
    • reach down into the bodily, natural realm.
    • through successive earth-lives; causes reach over spiritually from
    • people who have now reached this last view (not everyone today admits
    • teachings include a great reverence and love for animals; they extend
    • perversion of the will) and on the other hand the spiritual teachings
    • spiritual teachings, as well as his own religious devotion. This is
    • rises up and strikes him in this incarnation. One sees it reach
    • same time. We have the two opposites constantly pitted against each
    • his personality; they play into each other, wonderfully and
    • into each other. You will find countless places in Raimund's dramas
    • abstract teaching from certain ancient streams of civilization
    • upper members relate to each other, whether they are separated from
    • each other, whether they distance themselves from the lower members.
    • healing process complete. They will reach the moment when they are no
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    • cannot reach the human being by this means, because in human life in
    • interwoven. Present earth processes reach into the physical-etheric
    • advances hypotheses that reach from the present age to a time lying
    • does not reach as far as the human being. Human beings have a soul
    • just as we reach in air inhalation a higher, finer process, so now in
    • air exhalation we reach a lower, coarser process. Below we gradually
    • up in the venous process. When it reaches the venous process it
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    • plant as streaming to reach it. But the plant does more than just
    • reach upward; it reaches out in width, it creates peripheries. And we
    • what lies in the astral body and ego, one would never reach the sun,
    • in the ego and astral body during sleep, one does not reach the sun
    • the whole world. Now we know that with each sun ray shining down upon
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    • remedy for another, for they are falling away from each other. So
    • sin and the real illness are so detached from each other that now
    • fact. These teachings originated in olden times, and today no one is
    • interested in changing the teachings to accord with what is demanded
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    • decline, that the tendency everywhere is to try to reach out beyond
    • science that is really striving to reach a higher level. These things
    • on the first day of spring, the twenty-first of March of each year.
    • have reached the ego. For in the breathing — and remember what
    • lives. Let us reckon this great cosmic year in which each single day
    • each earth-death we breathe the etheric element out; with each
    • then one would reach Sophia. Then one would find too that within this
    • world. For one is only reaching deeds from the past.
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    • moment one reaches a higher level of consciousness even to a slight
    • reaching down into tangible matter itself, but only to the
  • Title: Genesis: Lecture I
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    • Science, and has absorbed something of its teaching about the
    • senses can reach the origin of sense-existence. For sense-existence
    • to reach to actual origins, there is a certain point in the far
    • visible one has not reached the stage to which the first part of the
    • progressed, and at the time now being described has reached a certain
    • reach in some measure the meaning of this archetypal word
    • higher level, it is as if a group of men, each with his own special
    • skill, were to co-operate today. Each of them can do something, and
    • now they say to each other: “You can do this, I can do that,
    • activities to produce a work in common in which each of our
    • men, a group each of whom practises a different craft, but which is
    • Moon, each one of whom has a specific ability, and who all at the
    • direction.” And the picture of this goal arose before each of
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    • permeating, interpenetrating each other, and within them a tendency
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    • asking ourselves what were the special characteristics of each of
    • added, and so much of man as is already there has itself only reached
    • growing out of the soil, but there is one group-soul for each species
    • reached what is described in Genesis as the second “day”;
    • what radiates out and tends to form clouds, has reached a stage which
    • group, each one of whom has learnt something different, each of whom
    • common end. They all wish to make one and the same thing Each has to
    • have to see that they all contribute, each as he is able, to this
    • statement, and you will say to yourselves that each one of us has a
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    • When we reach the fourth condition, and with it the coming into
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    • of this, we must again go back to the earliest point we can reach in
    • understanding of all development — the fact that at each stage
    • Beings reach their goal. I have often used a singularly bald
    • evolution certain Beings did not reach their proper goal, they lagged
    • become of the world if all those who ought to be teachers of young
    • that they reached their human stage during the Sun evolution. They
    • for it was during the Sun evolution that they reached their human
    • of life which could be reached on the Sun was the plant species.
    • commentators who have reached the point of acknowledging that the
    • world has been organised, we find that each age has a number of
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    • that each advance in evolution can only take place through the work
    • reached the solid state, held together by their power. And if we
    • the spiritual, and then one reaches the living movement of a basic
    • that the several Elohim each had his own special capacity. Each of
    • Elohim, and then, when the Elohim themselves have reached a higher
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    • our present consciousness has undergone a far-reaching evolution,
    • repetition of the past never takes place. Each evolutionary impulse
    • men could learn, among much else that this document could teach them,
    • this, which held good for light on the Moon, should itself reach a
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    • that has reached a gaseous condition — pure
    • to that, we have reached the very period of time which is described
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    • belonging to our solar system, each according to the stage of his
    • might say that there were times when I tried hard to reach results
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    • the Elohim, each with his different capacity, worked together as a
    • hearers readily realise how difficult it is to reach the depths upon
    • so often assumed that the eye of the seer reaches with ease
    • anthroposophical teaching so to permeate our hearts as to lift us
    • with us the strength which should flow from this teaching. Let us
    • teaching is. Our deeds will proclaim its truth, rejoicing those
    • human beings through having absorbed anthroposophical teaching. May
    • this teaching into life. Let us permeate ourselves with this spirit,
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    • determine the time of the Easter festival, note must be taken each
    • the teaching of Christianity into earth-evolution. The parallelism
    • teaching given by Paul concerning the Christ Being. To see this
    • spiritual kingdom that could be reached only by inward struggle and
    • senses. Should any man think he can reach the Christ with the mere
    • This would be the necessary outcome of the teaching of modern
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    • Such a conviction was no longer within man's immediate reach at the
    • various peoples in the form appropriate to each of them, for it was
    • Fathers imparted through teachers who preserved a living
    • able of themselves to reach any true understanding of the Event of
    • and reached full force in the 20th, when for the majority
    • century, which reached its apex in Woodrow Wilson's phrase about the
    • scripts before reaching knowledge of their own concerning the Mystery
    • attitude of the different nationalities to-day towards each other has
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    • nothing of each other. But what will operate on a universal scale over
    • how insistently do they turn away from each other on the circumscribed
    • what is really brought to light when the different teachings of the
    • religions? It seeks for something that lies beyond the reach of the
    • upon the kernel of primeval wisdom contained in each one of them.
    • through the centuries, says to a Buddhist: ‘If you would reach the
    • True, such teachings are also communicated to us by the scientific
    • Teacher. But to believe that the same is true of Christianity
    • Teacher. Christianity originates in a Deed, takes
    • civilisation. The spirituality of that epoch will not again be reached
    • in essence, founded by a great Teacher whose pupils then promulgate
    • his teachings. The essential, basic truth of Christianity is that a
    • personal teaching that works on, but the actual Event that
    • as yet beyond their reach. Moreover it was through Jesus that the
    • hindrance, waged war against each other, and from the very beginning
    • great Teacher who was the originator of his religion; but the true
    • Teacher; and at the same highest level of truth, all nations
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    • not reached anything like its full power, but was only slowly being
    • This made a breach in the whole outlook of the Christian world. For the
    • the modern age must be reached in a different, more conscious way
    • the need for our civilisation again to reach the Spirit, it is
    • But the true Easter thought will never be within our reach if we
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    • VTHE TEACHINGS OF THE RISEN CHRIST
    • The Teachings of Christ, the Resurrected
    • received from their divine Teachers. These divine teachings were
    • which for the present-day humanity is essential. The divine Teachers
    • times by the divine Teachers. A great deal is already known to you.
    • But I want now to stress the point that among all those teachings
    • to have intercourse with, his divine Teachers. But, like the animal of
    • had reached the point where they felt life outside the physical body
    • Teachers did not cover the facts of birth and death. Hence before the
    • Now let us imagine that those early, divine Teachers of humanity
    • ancient, divine wisdom; but in the whole range of these teachings
    • Beings of the higher Hierarchies who were the divine Teachers of
    • Teachers of mankind there is no birth or death, but only
    • another. These divine Teachers, therefore, had no inner understanding
    • Now to these divine Teachers belongs the host of beings connected
    • increasing sense of tragedy, and how, in fact, none of the teaching
    • mankind teaching concerning birth and death, it was necessary for the
    • Christ Who indeed belongs to those worlds whence the ancient Teachers
    • from the earliest Church Fathers and other Christian teachers —
    • those who came forward as teachers valued more highly than any written
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    • reach and compass than the sphere of religion as we normally
    • Christianity, as a religious idea. And after he had reached the
    • when the Holy Rishis themselves were the teachers of men; the epoch of
    • goes forward in one direction until a certain point is reached and
    • downwards to a certain point, it turns again upwards, reaching the
    • spiritual world. To-day humanity has actually reached the point when
    • foreshadowings of his future. When Jesus of Nazareth had reached the
    • In times when men will have long since ceased to need the teachings
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    • who has reached the bourn of earthly existence; and he shows us how
    • deep experience within the reach of man, an outer sign of the deepest
    • Teacher of the East, Shakyamuni, the Buddha, has endowed the regions
    • those most deeply initiated into these teachings, one of the most
    • successor, the Maitreya Buddha, the new great Teacher and Leader of
    • mankind, would come, and reaching the supreme height of existence to
    • of reaching a deeper understanding of the Easter festival. Such a
    • religions could not teach of the force of self-redemption in the human
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    • will appear, and having reached the supreme height of his earthly
    •     “preach to deaf ears; he will not be understood by men
    • The teaching of suffering rang with power and insistence through
    • because the Christ Impulse received into our souls teaches us to love
    • Christ's teaching there had been woven into these men a replica of the
    • hitherto has been known only to those who reached enlightenment. They
    • Risen One, a link reaching over from Christ on the Cross to the Christ
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    • preacher and pastor, working from Nurnberg. Through Bauer, Rittelmeyer
    • the end to the Gospels; it has reached men's understanding in such a
    • each soul awaken the ego to a higher stage of existence. Speaking thus
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    • The parents told each other what they had thus dreamed on the same
    • That was the remarkable period when human beings had not reached their
    • been outlived and the stage reached that is described in Goethe's
    • inearnations ever greater powers as teacher of the greatest of all
    • once Jeshu ben Pandira, this great teacher of mankind will have become
    • yet provide a physical body capable of doing what that teacher will be
    • language through which verbal teaching could exert the magical effects
    • that will spring from the words of that great teacher of humanity. His
    • At the same time the teaching will contain — to an extent far
    • This great teacher, who will be able to give to men ripe for it the
    • greatest teacher of the good. For that reason he has been called in
    • human beings, and how the teachers, who up to now have taught only
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    • N.B. — These Meditations were repeated at the beginning of each
    • world — and this stage may soon be reached — even if such an
    • We have all got ears, but we each hear in our own way. We all have
    • supposed. Then again each single epoch of life so runs its course that
    • years. He, too, has his task, each one must accommodate himself to his
    • tremendous importance. For each one who dies thus is, in one sense, as
    • reached the limits of life in material existence, and then died. It is
    • but it can teach us to lay it on the altar of existence, to seek the
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    • to the beings of the spiritual world. For who does not see at each
    • world with but a short-sighted vision, will judge such far-reaching
    • man cannot reach worlds such as those with which we are concerned. We
    • study, the definite point of view is reached, that a third of our life
    • plane. These two points of view are quite independent of each other
    • support each other. But for this, we must ourselves acquire the right
    • out more and more and only ceases to spread further when it reaches
    • reach what he himself most longs for. To attain this he must undergo
    • right manner. We must be quite clear that each following incarnation
    • each year how the time of blossoming comes to the world in intervals.
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    • whole civilisation of our fifth epoch is devoted to teaching the whole
    • manner than is possible to us. Each movement of the hand, for
    • swelling of each single muscle, he felt the angle it formed. That is
    • is reached by bringing that which is in the etheric body to
    • to reach old age and to use up his life slowly. To this end his
    • spirit. If all men reached old age normally, if there were no martyrs,
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    • sound trivial, but it cuts deeply into the inner life in each
    • Science offers to us, than if we are unable to do this. Each time that
    • with each new interest we acquire we go a little beyond ourselves.
    • Science then each one could enter without overcoming his egotism. But
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    • reach the point which I characterised in the public lecture, where one
    • well able to explain away each of the suspicious circumstances with a
    • disciplinary punishment for his outburst. While the soldiers, each
    • and indeed with the horror-struck feeling that each curse was now
    • beneath the threshold of his consciousness. Each single detail is of
    • meditation we reach this stage we notice that we cannot penetrate the
    • transpires, which tells us: ‘I did this before I reached the
    • reaches the perception of Hofrat Eysenhardt after he realised the
    • of Natural Science has to-day reached a standpoint from which, out of
    • beneath the threshold of consciousness, and which is unable to reach
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    • following: Olaf Åsteson reaches a church door one Christmas Eve and
    • from the belief in authority, it has not led each man to think more
    • in his soul, and can never through these images reach to the
    • merely has images and can never reach the ‘Thing in Itself.’
    • should have reached this point, through the critical philosophy of
    • supposed to be of no importance, very many who have reached that
    • to attach himself to the language, he only reaches the symbol of
    • thought, and due regard has been given to each single word. If one
    • reality one can never reach that which lived in the genius of Goethe.
    • with the consciousness of spiritual knowledge, then with each step
    • each day. You must develop the belief that your ideas can lead you
    • meets Ahriman. For these two seek each other out in man's intercourse
    • with this world. Therefore such radically vain thinking never reaches
    • reached him in a special form — (this is certainly a personal
    • lost their way, and in the midst of a dreadful snowstorm they reached
    • described there. Each word is really important. They reached an ice
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    • In all esoteric teaching it is important to learn how we should look
    • Only when this point of time was reached did it become in any way
    • esoteric teachers in such a way that they were able to say to
    • pupils endowed each being in the realm of Nature with the appropriate
    • part of the world each single one of his organs belongs. The old
    • Each part of the world reveals to the esotericist its connection with
    • planetary evolution he will reach still higher stages. All those which
    • by means of stories. Even today such teachers have a concept of what
    • will be brought about in the future by the teachings of Theosophy. Now
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    • the counter effect of our activity. Thus each activity calls forth
    • transformed the whole of his astral body, has he reached the stage of
    • not reached a state of balance. When however the activity gradually
    • strikes a pendulum it gradually reaches a state of balance. Every
    • activity which has not reached a state of balance finally comes to
    • they are extremely numerous they balance each other. By means of an
    • So it is also in Devachan with each single irregularity.
    • He must observe this for as long as is needed for it to reach a
    • the karma which he has still to pay back. When one reaches this stage
    • karma finds its compensation in wisdom. An initiate who has reached a
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    • hairs. Each of these is tuned, like the strings of a piano, to a
    • Man's consciousness reaches down to the physical plane. Here his
    • Each of the sense organs has a consciousness of its own. These
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    • Stone. Relationship of the kingdoms of Nature to each other. The being
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    • the air, then that is the way to reach the Nirvana plane. This is the
    • planes. We must only ask: Where has each element, the solid, the
    • the result of vibrations in the air, and each single sound arises from
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    • 5. Nirmanakayas: creative beings reaching out beyond the Earth who are
    • creator on the Earth, but possesses forces which reach out above the
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    • theosophical teachings, his worser qualities, which up to that time
    • The first human beings to receive teaching on the Earth received it
    • principles had reached a certain degree of maturity, after having been
    • about. In each single incarnation one attains a certain degree of
    • adaptation. After each incarnation man must ascend again to Devachan
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    • Christianity and the teaching of reincarnation. Water or the drinking
    • Orders. The Augustinian teaching of predestination.
    • reached its highest point. The Rishis, those still half-divine beings,
    • were the teachers of men. The Atlantean civilisation had met its
    • 12th century onwards and reached its climax about the year 1800. This
    • understood as a sermon for the people, but as an intimate teaching for
    • not to teach reincarnation for two thousand years, not for any
    • the Fishes. This is the time when materialistic culture reached its
    • teaching of reincarnation was completely suppressed. The human being
    • was to remain unknown. Christ therefore expressly forbade any teaching
    • teaching of Christianity has, so to say, borne its fruit. Today there
    • three hundred years had to have such a teaching as was brought by
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    • each new Round everything is to be found in the Akasha; later there
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    • that the physical world can teach him. Here man says to himself: ‘I’.
    • According to Buddhistic teaching there are twelve Karmic forces which
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    • a teaching — today it has become different, today man must find
    • Sixth Epoch, has reached its conclusion, the ego will have completely
    • Until this stage is reached a duality is necessary for evolution, i.e.
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    • Dionysius the Areopagite and his teaching about the Gods. The
    • Chronicle does however teach that Dionysius actually lived in Athens,
    • foundation of the teaching about the higher spiritual beings and to
    • teachings were never written down but only communicated as tradition
    • by word of mouth. The teaching about the Gods was also given in this
    • that the last of these, who wrote down this teaching was one of those
    • This teaching about the Gods, as given by Dionysius, encompasses three
    • Dionysius who formulated the teaching about the Gods. The Church
    • form. Dionysius had bequeathed to his pupils such a teaching in regard
    • attempt was made to promulgate the teachings in such a way that the
    • thread was never broken from one teacher to the next, who then also
    • as the 6th century a Dionysius committed the teachings to writing.
    • These teachings however could not find general understanding because
    • beautiful, form they possessed the teachings of Theosophy. These
    • Dhyan-Chohanic beings who earlier reached the stage which human beings
    • reached by man in the Sixth and Seventh Rounds. A Planetary Spirit is
    • them as wisdom. This enables them to become the teachers of the next
    • once the teachers of mankind.
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    • way to each other on a purely intellectual and moral basis, soul to
    • understood as if each one were to cut a piece for himself out of the
    • is why the Egyptian occult teaching in esoteric centres called the
    • and reaches a still higher condition he again describes an
    • we can now understand why Jesus had to reach the third stage before he
    • that when it has reached self-consciousness it may die selflessly.
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    • known as the main teachings of Theosophy. The occult brotherhoods gave
    • on language in order to teach the outside world. The occult pupil
    • of expression. Even at that time the teachings were there, but the
    • occult teaching are however present in the Eastern method, which is
    • teaching from the ancient Rishis. These Indian expressions are not yet
    • developed too few expressions able to introduce such teachings. Even
    • everything in occult teachings that today is brought into the open was
    • for the most fundamental teachings, but at that time it was not yet
    • the physical body. The teaching implanted in them what should in the
    • epoch there appeared those teachers of religion who drew attention to
    • between name and form (Nama-rupa). Through this man reached the outer
    • differentiates between the pleasing and the unpleasing will reach the
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    • our deeds is actually something new coming into the world. Each single
    • fructified the earth had to reach up into Nirvana. Those who
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    • great religious teachers of earlier times spoke pictorially, for
    • religions, teachings were expressed in pictures. At first the picture
    • reached a higher stage. This is the pre-requisite for a quite new kind
    • still working today in our speech, in each of our words, and is
    • consciously by reaching the stage of Imagination. Herein we find the
    • teacher. We win them for ourselves when we have gained control over
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    • Going still further back we reach the Lemurian Epoch. Here we come to
    • is, such a one as had reached its highest perfection on the Old Moon.
    • somewhat from each other, from the finest, approximating to the highly
    • which has reached completion. In the case of the etheric body also
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    • reaches the point where a kind of neutral elemental being arises. When
    • that they reached their proper stage on the Old Moon will cause no
    • the external working of Kama-Manas to reach its ultimate limit. The
    • each animal group a being exists on the astral plane which unites what
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    • writings to reach the point of taking part in such intercourse and
    • the earth has reached a certain degree of material, physical density,
    • for each part to form an ego. This is the black path. The white path
    • however in her later teachings she declared was erroneous.
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    • the law of effect and counter-effect. Each single effect calls forth
    • reaches the Arupa plane ... [Gap in text ...] Thus when we let some
    • reach up also into the Arupa plane and has there its counter-action.
    • counter-effect, just as deeds have, only the feelings do not reach up
    • stream of the Theosophical Movement. The teachings as such had at
    • the etheric body. Great teachings are not only embodied in words, but
    • spheres of life, judgements will be, reached equally objectively and
    • why they reach different conclusions. No philosophy dealing with human
    • first through Kamaloka and then reach the Rupa Plane. We come there
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    • now come to an understanding of the way in which man has reached the
    • development, both have gradually reached the point of being able to
    • denser and denser. In this way, when they eventually reached physical
    • separation of the sexes, which from that time on affect each other
    • become denser. Now the two parts approach each other. From the one
    • Lemurian Age. Thus they could mutually fructify each other. The Monad
    • now consisted of different parts and, as a further process, each of
    • around us get on with each other.
    • result of his Karma. The Vedanta teaches that the different parts of
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    • Lucifer. Christianity and the teaching of Reincarnation and Karma.
    • that the actual Earth existence emerged and then man had reached a
    • reached separate development, he had not yet become sufficiently
    • for beings were still connected with the Earth who had earlier reached
    • Now for the first time we reach the actual Earth evolution. In the
    • We have now reached a time when something happened to bring about the
    • succumb to the Earth. If the teaching of reincarnation and karma were
    • Earth, to a petrified planet. If however one teaches reincarnation and
    • teach reincarnation and karma, but the importance of the single human
    • until he is mature enough for a new Christianity, with the teaching of
    • one without reincarnation and karma, the other with this teaching. In
    • It might still be possible today for the teaching of Christianity
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    • the Ancient Persian Race which received its religious teaching and its
    • Asia are but echoes of this teaching. Then as the Third Sub-Race, we
    • Now let us follow the course of the physical Earth until it reaches
    • every Round. In each Round we have seven stage of development which
    • Seven Rounds plus seven Globes, and added to each of the latter, seven
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    • When we consider the successive Planetary evolutions we find that each
    • Each one of such conditions of consciousness must go through all the
    • Kingdoms, through seven Rounds or Kingdoms, in each Round gaining in
    • have reached the stage at which our Masters stand today. Then our ego
    • great circles, expanded from within, each having a special colour, all
    • Each kingdom must go through seven Forms:
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    • Moon, Earth, Jupiter, Venus, Vulcan; and in connection with each
    • important decision will be taken. Everything will have reached the
    • the last Globes of each Round are conditions of life. All the
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    • Saturn, Sun, Moon, Earth, Jupiter, Venus, Vulcan. On each Planet there
    • are seven Kingdoms of Life and each Kingdom goes through seven
    • mineral world, when we break stones, each single action is in a
    • Human beings and animals differ from each other through the fact that
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    • earlier forces however had to be retained. Now we have reached the
    • the microcosmic nature of man stand in relationship to each other.
    • are concerned. This is very far-reaching and makes clear to us how man
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    • these things are taught. A fundamental teaching exists in small
    • inherent in the spreading of occult teachings, for no-one can be
    • to make people ill. Where occult teachings have penetrated more into
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    • faced each other: the one kind, the Sons of the Moon, who bred animals
    • and Cain the Sun race. This allegory is very profound. Occult teaching
    • at first for the Fourth Sub-Race of the Fifth Root-Race. A teaching
    • When our Fifth Sub-Race will have reached its end, in the Sixth
    • Sub-Race of the Fifth Root-Race the ‘I’ will again reach a higher
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    • an abstract remainder of the original teaching of the Indians, which
    • Think of the faculty which appeared in the later Kabbalistic teaching
    • Kabbalistic teachings, it followed that the later Jewish occult
    • teaching was only a decadent reflection, an echo of that finely
    • teaching of the Brahmans became is by no means only religion in the
    • Europe and here there developed a quite different teaching. Groups of
    • and further towards Asia. A common teaching formed its foundation, but
    • The Indian teaching was expressed in the Vedas. ‘Veda’ means the same
    • must realise that this great primal spiritual teaching underwent a
    • as evil. — This teaching is inwardly connected with a turning
    • evolution. The Zarathustran teaching rests on the placing of evil in
    • The earliest initiates, who founded the ancient Indian teaching, were
    • also the teachers of the Second Sub-Race, the ancient Persian Race.
    • Here they adapted the whole teaching to a working people. They created
    • man and the outer world — into harmony with each other. Whether
    • the early European priest-teachers, for what dominated the peoples in
    • reach their downfall, the Northern Gods approach their end (Twilight
    • which is to come. The Druids gave to man the teaching of the declining
    • personal element, until eventually this thought incarnated, reaching
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    • melancholic, and choleric. Steiner describes here how each person's
    • greatest riddle is himself, it must also be emphasized that each
    • not only does one being proceed from another, but each young animal
    • stake is no longer fashionable. When someone attempts to teach a new
    • combine, each imparts something of its own quality to the other. In
    • choleric, you will notice that he plants each foot so solidly that he
    • temperaments, each of which represents a mild imbalance, can
    • each into the proper track, for in every temperament there lie two
    • that the child's belief in his teacher's ability remains unshaken. The
    • teacher must demonstrate an understanding of what goes on around the
    • persist in the belief that his teacher is competent, or all authority
    • and esteem for a teacher's worth. By contrast, the important thing for
    • the melancholic is for his teachers to be people who have in a certain
    • trials. The child must feel that the teacher has known real pain. Let
    • beings can come to know each other. Spiritual science is the ground of
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    • within it can be gained — although full clarity can be reached
    • grazing and to observe the soul life that is kindled in each animal.
    • each case given them a particular stamp. But we see that the
    • obvious. The moment a human being reaches puberty, he possesses all
    • means of it he instructs his organs afresh, teaching them what they
    • works further upon his organs, how he really teaches his organs. From
    • of teaching his organs afresh — will say to himself: How a man
    • teaches his organs becomes manifest in the life of soul and here his
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    • have to reach man by way of his ego. And then we see something else —
    • form of the skull, of each human being, we shall always find
    • different in each man. And the way in which we seek to form an
    • opinion of each man in accordance with these characteristics must
    • also be individual, just as our attitude is individual to each work
    • our own attitude to each work of art, that is a work of art, if we
    • were, congealed directly in the form. In man we find each individual
    • allowing the two sides of human nature to work on each other, so that
    • turn teaching them.” Goethe could not but admit that the organs
    • works two poems may be found together. Each contains three remarkable
  • Title: Lecture I: Human Questions and Cosmic Answers
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    • to observe the more subtle life-processes, finally reached a point in
    • A last echo of this mood can, I think, still reach us from the outer
    • gradually reaches a stage in his development at which he no longer
    • the rising sun — but he pours them out into each and all of his
    • themselves. But it is necessary for man to reach a point where he is
    • we must not absorb such teaching in its old form. Were we to do so, we
    • should be led into superstition. But it is very necessary to reach a
    • the form of many different plants in order to discover how far each
    • We must win this knowledge afresh. We must reach the point, when we
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    • will, which reaches, first, the Sun-existence, the Sun-sphere.
    • Such questions reached only as far as the Sun and the answers came
    • Mysteries this was as a rule arranged in such a way that the teachers
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    • exposition of the subject could ever reach the reality. It can
    • is reached only by degrees. When a man has reached this vantage-point
    • of the spiritual world, it is simply not possible to reach ideas that
    • such as were presented yesterday. But the moment we reach a
    • We are each and all of us a single human being when we look at
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    • reaching realities. We do not arrive at anything real. We arrive at
  • Title: Initiation/Passing Moment: Lecture I
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    • bear a different relation to each other. Everyday life and all that
    • us. The soul that is in each one of us, the soul that has passed
    • ancient Greece. We may then leave it to each individual soul here
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    • lectures. We have reached such a stage in our anthroposophical work
    • holy teachers of mankind brought to that part of the earth where later
    • cannot but look up from below to the lofty spiritual teachings that
    • the ancient holy teachers of the first post-Atlantean period of
    • contained in these writings as an echo of primeval spiritual teachings
    • post-Atlantean age will mankind again reach the point of drawing up
    • in the body that one only succeeds in reaching by means of a journey
    • until, when at last a certain limit is reached, it stops. That is one
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    • is ugly is untruthful. In the super-sensible worlds a point is reached
    • worlds are reached. It is a peculiar feature of this ascent into
    • gradually reach the point of saying to oneself, “I myself gave
    • earth, and in each of these we meet a being of whom we may say,
    • But much else must be laid aside. When we reach the Guardian of the
    • gain some degree of insight and perspective from which we can reach a
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    • Attention was then drawn to the way in which man, on reaching the
    • A man who has taken the first steps toward initiation and has reached
    • necessary way and reaching up to the spiritual world, we are
    • man on the way to initiation may, by his first efforts, reach the
    • left behind. If you are taken, you are able to reach the being whose
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    • imagining that when one selflessly and in the right way reaches the
    • Having reached this conception, we may now ask, “How can one
    • everywhere the spiritual world permeates sensory existence, so each
    • teaching of religion and of anthroposophy, we should say, “Man
    • worlds so that they can give out these impulses. When you reach the
    • has not reached the goal it has finally to attain. Perhaps some of you
    • we must always escape. If one does that it is to forget the teaching
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    • reflection. In each world we are met by the phenomena and beings of
    • circumstances, each person should act whose soul is desirous of
    • reaching super-sensible worlds. But in comparison with the real
    • No two souls are in the same situation. The path for each soul into
    • one of these that it is better or worse than the others; in each case
    • would preserve each passing moment for eternity. Many men, as soon as
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    • increasingly a matter of each man being independent, as regards his
    • on the walls between each window. As you pass the first mirror you see
    • his etheric body. Then, on reaching this inner experience and
    • Yet, however things may go, now that we have reached the end of these
    • individual soul of each friend, looking forward to a further meeting
    • love each other will always find themselves together in due season,
  • Title: Inner Nature of Man: Lecture 1: The Four Spheres of the Inner Life
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    • in a single object. Will constitutes the individual worth of each
    • feel that our life is enhanced by such companionship. Each one of us
    • we are so placed in the world that each of us is a single
    • infinitely with different clairvoyant individuals. Each one may have
    • consciousness has reached the point where the spiritual and soul-part
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    • the content of religion always before us. On earth our teachers speak
    • spiritual teachers pour their light into us. The forces which our
    • spiritual post-mortem teachers can give us, depend greatly on what we
    • life we reach out into the spiritual world far back in ‘time’,
    • It is only when a teacher has first called forth ideas in us, that he
    • stand in front of a teacher and he may stand before us, and yet we
    • that our spiritual teachers, who belong to the higher hierarchies,
    • when they teach us in the manner I have just described, send their
    • own forces directly into our inner being. Earthly teachers speak to
    • us; in the life between death and rebirth spiritual teachers pour
    • religion. Thus we feel these teachers from the higher hierarchies
    • which our divine-spiritual teachers can give us are dependent on what
    • When we reach this point we have
    • renounce. Each time, before an earthly incarnation takes place, the
    • danger every moment of not wishing to reach the goal of humanity.’
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    • The phantom-corpse: - Each act of Perceiving the sense world
    • brings death. Each act of Feeling and each act of Willing brings
    • perceive, behind what reaches our consciousness, creative
    • of perfection we have now reached through our previous life. In a
    • an effort for us to become man, for to reach this goal we should have
    • perceives that each feeling might be enhanced, it might come forth
    • can be a substitute, and here we reach a point where from the very
  • Title: Inner Nature of Man: Lecture 4: Wisdom in the Spiritual World
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    • two sides of life have to supplement and balance each other. We form
    • quickly. Or suppose he is a teacher, and wishes to take up some
    • They think to reach Divinity with ideas gathered from the physical
    • won by faith.’ Solovioff reaches his highest point when he
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    • means of the light streaming from within. We now reach half-way
    • periods of companionship alternate with solitude. We now reach the
    • inner process of far reaching importance and immense significance. It
    • we know from the teaching of Copernicus that fundamentally what we
    • those who have reached the normal length of life and have died under
    • Each day when we fall asleep and
    • such, that each time we return to our solitude in the spiritual
  • Title: Inner Nature of Man: Lecture 6: Pleasures and Sufferings in the Life Beyond
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    • by Ahriman, until they reach the spirit-world and have liberated
    • outer spiritual world, has reached its lowest ebb, so that in a
    • to see into human experience, how profoundly it teaches us to
    • have expended if he had reached the normal length of human life. The
    • forces would have still been sufficient to enable him to reach old
    • probation! They would lose themselves, they would be unable to reach
    • what they ought to reach if the matter were not arranged in this way.
    • reach this point. When we do come to this point the course of our
    • for an outer world has reached its greatest intensity because we have
    • has just been described, humanity would gradually reach the point
  • Title: Inner Aspect of the Social Question: Lecture I
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    • free spiritual activity of man is due to reach expression —
    • Mystery of Golgotha. All that Christianity has been able to teach men
    • being must reach such a relationship to the gods as to achieve his
    • devoid of the spirit, we must reach the stage of a spirit-filled
    • teachers and so on, and we can summon before our soul the inner
    • nature of each of these persons, in place of our own. After a time we
    • of history. But we cannot reach a knowledge of this, not in
    • ourselves. Knowledge of it, however, can be reached in a different
    • way. We can reach it if we look at the child with finely-tuned
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    • is necessary for reaching a judgment on the burning questions of the
    • we will look at this question from a point of view not easily reached
    • needs which cause people to seek each other out; people are united by
    • we reach the period just before our next incarnation, we enter into
    • by the deeper teachings of religion, when they said: Wherever an
    • reach the meaning. The usurping Prince of this world rules whenever
    • connected with a religious community, or with a group of teachers,
    • shows that mankind has reached a kind of crisis with regard to
    • burden of their discourse is that men can reach the Christ through a
    • because they hear the word ‘Christ,’ that the preacher is
    • own way. It is hard to-day for humanity to reach the truth, since
    • each other to-day! This is something we ought to take most seriously
    • into account. We may try to reach an understanding with youth on the
    • for human-kind. You may preach as much as you like from pulpits,
    • telling men they ought to love one another: it is like preaching to a
    • coal — there is no need to preach to it that its ovenly duty is
    • to heat the room. In just the same way you can keep on preaching to
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    • made gentler towards each other. Harmonies and disharmonies arise
    • organism. Most certainly, no one can reach this point of view unless
    • civilisation, as they called it, had at last reached. They spoke of
    • for the world, and what must be done in order to reach it. Now
    • this, one needs a principle of justice. To-day we have reached a
    • they cannot reach such a relationship with the spirit as would enable
    • preacher of the worldly sort has merely spoken in a better style than
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    • contribute may well be of use to those of you who are teachers and
    • teaching. In view of all the aberrations to which the Science of
    • Nature in our time has been subject, for the teacher and educator it
    • things we really must reach clarity. You see, dear Friends, along the
    • actually reaches Nature. The first is common or garden Arithmetic. In
    • third thing which we do, still before reaching outer Nature. I am
    • sets out in this other direction and reaches c. If it then
    • mental pictures. You can reach movements but not forces with your
    • sense. To reach the first of the Natural Sciences, which is
    • faster in each successive second, the former mass will have exerted a
    • teachers who instruct the young, and altogether those who want to
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    • reach phoronomically. The point is: Are we simply to confess that
    • our reach, so that we can only get to know it, as it were, by staring
    • — you will not even reach the mechanical domain.
    • yesterday, this is indeed the Ur-phenomenon of colour. We shall reach
    • light that is deflected cut across each other. For that is how the
    • ingredients can interpenetrate each other and still be independent.
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    • teaching.
    • especially to Waldorf-School and other teachers — you will
    • normal at the point of incidence; so then it reaches the eye in this
    • now the beauty of it, my dear Friends! The light, they say, reaches
    • reach the eye. Yet in the last resort the eye is said to project
    • tissue. Then we should reach the first integument of the eye properly
    • reaches what is commonly known as the vitreous body or vitreous
    • itself and the vitreous humour and from thence reaches the retina,
    • adapted to each other. You see again how deeply mobile everything
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    • direction. After recoiling from the mirror they reach the screen and
    • — the phenomenon is undeniable. The two disturb each other. The
    • will be going criss-cross through each other, is disregarded.
    • no way disturb each other. Here however, at the screen in this
    • experiment, they do; or again, they reinforce each other. In effect,
    • the other is vibrating upward. Then they will cancel each other out
    • so as to reinforce each other, a lighter patch will arise; if
    • one swings upward when the other downward so that they cancel each
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    • astrality you are united with them. If you would reach any genuine
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    • presented in the schools today, reaches hardly any farther back than
    • What did they teach you of the phenomenon you see when you observe
    • space and so attract each other (
    • bodies will approach each other. They are, in fact, driven towards
    • each other by the difference between the number of impacts they
    • each other. Others have said that that is nonsense; according to them
    • for ever being sprayed towards each other. To add to these
    • heavenly bodies and they approach each other, or show that it is in
    • their nature to approach each other, we cannot but look for some
    • heavenly bodies as independent of each other. If for example I put my
    • this, my dear Friends, are far-reaching. Namely, for every
    • or Sun and Earth, each by itself, you may of course invent and add to
    • one was forced to admit that the two realms must have to do with each
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    • n such waves arise in a second and the length of each wave
    • Having absorbed and accepted the teachings of Physics, Hamerling
    • semicircular canals, — their planes at right angles to each
    • then it reaches the nerve and so affects the sentient brain. So we
    • But we have still not reached the end. All this that takes its
    • — while that which reaches farther forward and is more
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    • other. They confront each other with a certain tension, which they
    • the tube has reached a state no longer merely gaseous but beyond
    • Herewith the first breach had, so to speak, been made in the old
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    • this applies above all to the teacher — it is most important
    • Waldorf teachers, will teach it too, needless to say; they cannot
    • you — and notably to the Waldorf School teachers among you
    • do: we can refrain from bringing into our teaching too many
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    • and then endeavour to reach higher and higher spheres of existence, to
    • In this way the mystic reaches a stage where he gradually loses sight
    • experiences as a mystic, are related to each other, and this relation
    • Both worlds are independent of each other. — It is a strange
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 2: Sleeping and Waking Life in Relation to the Planets
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    • Science as distinct from each other. In man's soul-life there are
    • at the centre. The teacher will point out that this represents, on a
    • question it. But a sharp-witted pupil might say to the teacher:
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    • structure of the human heart or brain, or of each single part of the
    • it.” The mystic is made to realise by his spiritual teacher that
    • the lower kingdom. And man, having reached a certain height, should
    • endure in order to reach a certain stage of development. Only by
    • reached the frontier of the spiritual world. A spiritual investigator
    • a time when the Greeks had already reached a high stage of
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    • people enthuse about some ideal but are only capable of preaching
    • are not enough human beings who strive to reach the higher worlds,
    • which is due to our failure to do better. In this way we reach true
    • become manifest. Each has something definite to say to us.
    • Thus we see before us, distinct from each other, all the forces
    • reached the boundary where the Sentient Body borders on the Etheric
    • Beings, for this path reaches down into the etheric body; the same
    • Today, then, we have reached the point of considering the stream which
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 5: The Egyptian Mysteries of Osiris and Isis
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    • should entrust himself to an initiated teacher, to a Guru — the
    • What was the real purpose of this guidance by an initiated teacher?
    • he was therefore under the guidance of a great teacher whose own
    • demands the teacher made upon the pupil. The pupil was compelled to
    • subject himself. Obedience to the teacher through many years was
    • Mysteries he was compelled to entrust himself to the teacher's
    • teacher, to experience in connection with the etheric body. The
    • the teacher, to see himself through the teacher's eyes, to think the
    • teacher's thoughts and to become a kind of external object to himself.
    • The teacher had now to make clear to the candidate what it was that he
    • body had reached the point of being able to absorb these
    • explained by his teacher as a phenomenon that should not be altogether
    • man; he followed the “Lower” to the point where he reached
    • But again this is by no means an easy matter. Under his teacher's
    • up to the teacher, the pupil is then able to pass back through the
    • teacher to his present incarnation. The step from the previous to the
    • When the teacher has brought the pupil to the point of standing
    • penultimate death reaches back to the penultimate incarnation. A
    • The cycle can be repeated again and again, until the pupil reaches an
    • world to reach our first incarnation while experiencing the physical
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    • leader or teacher. This subjugation of the Ego was effected in such a
    • teacher or leader. — That is one of the so-called secrets of
    • initiates and teachers of men, provision had to be made for this
    • progressively weaker, until finally man reached the state when he lost
    • soul, we reach an approximate idea of what is called ‘elemental
    • to each other in such a way that order and harmony prevail. It is now
    • ranks. Man, however, develops onwards and subsequently reaches stages
    • differently. An impression of the world that is reached after passing
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    • differ somewhat from each other. Studying our own being with ordinary,
    • principle that he can reach the truth only by ignoring his own
    • upon our lives? It is because with each new day, life brings something
    • reached a higher level we shall know more. Anyone who speaks about
    • temperament. The one-sidedness of each temperament will be balanced in
    • boundary of the World of Spirit. When we reach it we find spiritual
    • To reach a certain stage of knowledge it is always necessary to
    • incarnation reached a stage from which he no longer needed to descend
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    • told by his teacher to contemplate, as a beginning, how a plant grows
    • respect man has reached a higher stage of development than the plant
    • teacher would tell him that he must now attain what, at a lower stage,
    • picturing such symbols, he must reach the point of being able to
    • necessary to create the symbols until we reach the point where we can
    • which hitherto we had no inkling; we have reached the stage where we
    • he is now able to gaze. But when he has reached the stage of Intuitive
    • described. If he needs a teacher, he no longer needs him — as was
    • circumstances those who were guided by the teacher were not
    • to him. In the same sense we entrust ourselves to a leader or teacher
    • follow the indications given by the teacher as we should do in the
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    • reflection reaches what is called ‘knowledge’. It is
    • never reach the higher worlds; all their experiences will remain on a
    • world, although for those who aspire to reach the higher worlds
    • statements contradict each other. — Suppose that in an earlier
    • times, four times, and each time obtain different pictures. According
    • each a different power, just as it illumines our Earth through the
    • wrangle with each other on every possible occasion — the
    • from very different points and finally reaching unity.
    • far-reaching truth. Nobody gets anywhere near the real truth if he
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    • those who already now have reached what was described yesterday as an
    • the street forgets that he must turn left to reach home and takes a
    • just as will be the case at the stage to be reached by mankind in the
    • it reaches. If it does not reach far enough he is obliged to turn to
    • to higher stages. Anyone who wants to reach the stage of logic of the
    • he had first to develop to the present stage. Before he reaches the
    • simply by looking at them beside each other. — That would be
    • reached, the higher state which is attained in spirit today by the
    • upon these three states are in each case quite different.
    • the whole world dry with the ordinary kind of questioning. But each
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    • data of spiritual-scientific knowledge and we may each say to
    • to reach the higher worlds, but I can grasp with my intelligence what
    • undreamed of faculties will develop. The intellect has reached a
    • as such can reach no higher level. As well as the soul-faculties that
    • We reached the point yesterday of speaking about an experience of
    • and re-awakens in spring, to reach its highest point of unfolding in
    • physical and etheric bodies could not exist and be connected with each
    • world. Each body presupposes the other. Therefore man had to find a
    • the point is reached of explaining how the physical originates from
    • Saturn, Old Sun and Old Moon. On the Earth he has reached a
    • are by no means fully developed today but they will reach greater
    • comes to expression in each incarnation in a different form of speech;
    • to such exercises and the teacher must feel the greatest possible
    • too, as well as our feeling, becomes devout when we reach the last
    • in a certain sense recognise each other and feel akin. Where else in
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    • life. Without having reached a certain point in our ordinary
    • as this that our inner soul life can reach a stage beyond its
    • normal experience. In order not to become lost when we reach
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    • the view that this unconscious can be reached only by means of
    • that abides, that can be reached only conceptually and grasped
    • When the human soul has reached the point with the
    • experience each single case represents something individual and
    • each time in a different way, describing the same things
    • so much attention for such things do not often reach us from
    • about the eternal. Although the spiritual reaches into the
    • in the poet and artist. What reaches into the world as
    • certainly able to reach into the sphere of the super-sensible
    • shout for joy because it would feel it had reached its goal,
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    • really wanted to reach what was already known.
    • similar to that of Columbus who wanted to reach something
    • reached on the path of scientific investigation. They are
    • reached as something unknown in the same way that Columbus
    • reached America. But what happens when we are engaged in true
    • child who has reached fifteen or twenty years approaches the
    • For each age brings particular tasks for
    • this life which reaches back to birth. This is the first
    • physical body which has reached the 35th year of life. After
    • perceiving how we become a new person each day. For each
    • of plant life, of each individual plant and of the great
    • according to principles which can be reached only through an
    • building you will be able to say to yourself: each
    • pillar, each arch, each painting expresses the same spirit.
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    • These lectures reveal the Christocentric nature of Steiner's teachings
    • of the finest, most highly attenuated substances within the reach of human
    • they were the very sunshine of my life, but my spiritual sight cannot reach
    • is an indication of how anthroposophical teaching will bridge the gulf
    • worlds. In the course of world-evolution the earth has reached a
    • consider fantastic spiritual teachings and would have admitted to
    • opposition to the spiritual teachings. They would have said to
    • belonged to earlier periods of culture. Each individual soul advances
    • life can teach us that this is so. Suppose someone on getting up in
    • this reason, even if we have not yet reached the crucial moment, we
    • chief characteristic of ordinary thinking is that each single act of
    • When this point is reached meditative thinking will no longer make us
    • that all kindred theories and teachings must finally unite in
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    • These lectures reveal the Christocentric nature of Steiner's teachings
    • understand, even for those who have already reached an advanced stage
    • Christ-Jehovah. Christ has reached the stage where He reveals Himself
    • difference in all the teachings and all the wisdom that have streamed
    • the various Christian teachings. Much in these teachings was inspired
    • by the companions of Michael; the teachings were not inspired by
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    • they insisted that each one should faithfully and diligently perform
    • strange. In the first place, Cusanus preaches in the most rousing
    • realm into which knowledge gained only by thinking cannot reach.
    • each time Meister Eckhart's soul tries to rise from theological
    • reached the point at which he can experience the spirit only through
    • could no longer reach the remote perspectives into which the spirit
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    • everything that the teachers of the mysteries could communicate to
    • wisdom that this man received from his teachers was already more or
    • his wisdom, but he realized that the teachers in his mystery school
    • them from the teachers, but the teachers could no longer see them, at
    • science of nature from outside. Here, we have once again reached the
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    • as apply today. Take a modern mathematician, for example, who teaches
    • angles to each other and thus isolates this thought-out space scheme
    • interpenetrate each other. The nerve-sense system is called the
    • where man cannot reach with his ordinary consciousness, something
    • blood experience at each stage, with the slow walking, then the
    • nuance would be noted in each case. If you tried to draw this inner
    • (white line.) But for each position in which you found yourself
    • each geometrical figure. Modern man feels no blood experience; he
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    • example, a triangle and a square were each conceived as emerging from
    • connection with the universe. It changed when the point was reached
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    • One divides into two; each of these divides into two again, and so
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    • Thus no correct opinion could be reached in this scientific age
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    • travels the same distance in each second. If no external influence
    • travels the same distance in each succeeding second.
    • was thought) gall, phlegm, and blood work into each other, was felt
    • movement of a point that travels the same distance in each succeeding
    • actually reached the point, where we experience, if I may put it this
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    • these fluids by the way they influence each other. Galen did not
    • were colliding with each other or supporting each other. This is
    • told you earlier — that in each new epoch we see new
    • teachings. They still felt that in order to comprehend man, one must
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    • the fact that such a genuine anthropology will not be reached by
    • has reached the point of observing what is corpse-like in nature.
    • pneumatology has nearly reached the vanishing point. Again, we must
    • reached by outer nature — because they even surpass this final
    • psychological process, and each healing process is an abnormal chemical
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    • for teachers of the natural sciences, as well as interested parents
    • a pedagogical impulse applicable to the teaching of science. Today we
    • follows the tortoise that he passes through each point that the
    • He does not pass through each point of the path of the tortoise. We
    • teacher; his teacher gave him a thrashing. In both cases there is a
    • that the bad boy who dealt out today's whipping and the teacher who
    • distance, they do not collide with each other often but only
    • certain state of motion, bombarding each other. The whole mass is in
    • rapid motion, the particles bombarding each other and striking the
    • particles striking each other and the walls of the vessel. The change
    • began to move and collided with each other and with the walls etc.
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    • for teachers of the natural sciences, as well as interested parents
    • century. The art of experiment reached its full flower in the
    • When we admit this, however, we have made a very far reaching
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    • for teachers of the natural sciences, as well as interested parents
    • facts together so that we can reach a general conception of the nature
    • reach these points you can remain in the line. If, for instance, you
    • are at this point (a) you can reach c by passing along the line.
    • You can pass back again and again reach the point a. In brief, if I
    • desire to reach the points a, b, c, d, I can do so and remain
    • to reach point e or f. You must go outside to reach these points.
    • In order to reach these points
    • this point (x) you may trace your way to each of these points over a
    • wish to remain in the surface of the board, reach this point which is
    • space from which one can say: To reach points in one dimension,
    • however, not possible to reach points outside a single dimension
    • I had reached when the body had begun to melt or vaporize. You can
    • together phenomena so that they naturally illuminate each other. This
    • phenomena side by side so that they throw light on each other, and
    • understanding similar to that reached in the preceding course of
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    • for teachers of the natural sciences, as well as interested parents
    • interpenetrate each other.
    • gas and the pressure exerted on it have an inverse ratio to each
    • observed. In such a case, these teachers of physics would call forth
    • and heat processes may be mutually transformed into each other.
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    • for teachers of the natural sciences, as well as interested parents
    • colors on each side of it, fading into the unknown. I compared the
    • mechanically. We never actually reach this point; do not wish to, in
    • feelings as human beings prevent us from reaching this stage of purely
    • thus it is, when the more advanced stage is reached, that one comes to
    • water, each point within it has the same relation to the entire earth
    • the terrestrial kingdom as a whole when we reach the melting point. It
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    • for teachers of the natural sciences, as well as interested parents
    • Now, you would naturally reason as follows: Since each of these metals
    • mutually influence each other. From this particular fact we can derive
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    • for teachers of the natural sciences, as well as interested parents
    • reached a point where we can comprehend the being of heat in a
    • form. We reach a type of form here which we can comprehend only by
    • a chaotic relation to each other. We speak for instance of mechanical
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    • for teachers of the natural sciences, as well as interested parents
    • forms of energy must be transformations of each other. No form of
    • essentially different from each other, the spiritual world and the
    • You have the colors following each other in a series of approximately
    • is not green but the peach-blossom color, and the other colors proceed
    • similar to the peach blossom and there are two nuances between. On the
    • other side there are two nuances between peach blossom and red. You
    • upper five colors (peach blossom and the two shades on each side)
    • as I did the color spectrum with the peach blossom color? We will
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    • for teachers of the natural sciences, as well as interested parents
    • for itself a liquid surface. Then we reach the gaseous bodies,
    • these different regions. In each one we see appearing what I might
    • interpenetrating each other, as so related that gaseous phenomena are
    • influence of forms related to each other something else arises. There
    • forces might be acting there upon each other, but we would see
    • And now the facts lead us to the same point which we reached, for
    • green below and peach-blossom above, and ranged between these the
    • larger, the peach blossom disappears above and the spectrum extends on
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    • for teachers of the natural sciences, as well as interested parents
    • peach blossom which is also a middle color when we make a dark
    • spectrum. Thus we have green, blue, violet extending to peach blossom.
    • is the peach blossom color.
    • peach blossom of the color spectrum? The idea that arises naturally
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    • for teachers of the natural sciences, as well as interested parents
    • peach blossom here, here violet and here red with the other shades
    • often said, by making the circle larger and larger, so that the peach
    • into infinity in each direction.
    • each other and with the walls of the vessel, carrying on an outer
    • particles with each other and with the walls of the vessel. A great
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    • for teachers of the natural sciences, as well as interested parents
    • we take into account the fact that we go one way to reach the heat and
    • the opposite way to reach the chemical effects. This fact must be kept
    • has been opened out. Furthermore, the complete spectrum has the peach
    • you reach the same infinite point no matter what direction you take.
    • Moreover, you are confused unless you assume that you reach the same
    • to discovery of the peach blossom color is thus a doubly complicated
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    • for teachers of the natural sciences, as well as interested parents
    • field of phenomena and about which we can teach according to Goethe's
    • they were within each other, not merely side by side, but actually
    • within each other. Heat had an intermediate position. It did not
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    • for teachers of the natural sciences, as well as interested parents
    • gaseous realm. The other realms also work within each other. These
    • teach in them, something whose inner configuration represents an
    • these last few days, only then will we reach that which will and must
    • be reached if European civilization is not to perish in a spiritual
    • People sit in fine lecture halls and each reads his paper, but the
    • necessary to have something to teach in these schools for the
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    • consciousness’. It is reached through a process of meditation in
    • banished from the consciousness. The stage ‘is reached where the
    • Thus we reach the heart of Philosophy by imaginative cognition, of
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    • When success is reached by means of such exercises, we find ourselves
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    • teacher to have an insight into these things.
    • thought, but use all soul-life as experience of self, we can reach an
    • ordinary consciousness can reach only an indirect knowledge of the
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    • from each other. During this period of sleep, the soul feels itself to
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    • transferred into the physical activity which reaches its climax in the
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture VII: The Relationship of Christ with Humanity
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    • had descended from spiritual worlds to an earthly one. The teachers of
    • been reached again in which the new Initiation, as has been described
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    • into human head-organization. We have not reached the destiny of the
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    • on earth have been reaching, to prepare spiritually for the future
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    • suitable to the human organization which has reached the present
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    • in earlier times the communications of spiritual teaching made to human
    • judgment increases, the less will be their belief in those who teach them.
    • far-reaching circumstances. Rosicrucianism has therefore to fertilize
    • with the course of their evolution. The great teachers of humanity are
    • reached. We return to this earth when, and not until, there is something
    • higher than that reached by man, although in this life he comes into
    • not have taken place. Each soul, in each incarnation, makes progress.
    • soul and its incarnations and progress, the spiritual beings also reach
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    • Each individual would then be able to undertake the further development
    • reaches the stage of being able to perceive the same thing, he can succeed
    • Theosophy teaches us that
    • of how the spiritual becomes manifest in each domain. Today one can
    • when a certain degree of maturity has been reached, means bliss for
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    • of the blossom of a young peach tree. Everything in the etheric body
    • development achieved by a human being has reached a higher or lower
    • concerned has reached only a low stage of development or is a highly
    • concerned will gradually reach the stage of no longer having to force
    • made by the great religious teachers has been so dynamic is because
    • body and the physical body remain connected with each other; at death,
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    • represent facts of the spiritual world. When the Vedanta teaches the pupil
    • a different countenance to him each time and new experiences are available
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    • soul. In Devachan, souls confront each other directly. The relationship
    • for each soul bears his inner, spiritual reality inscribed as it were
    • the first thing that happens to the soul after it has reached maturity
    • above is encountered by the astral feeling of those who love each other,
    • between the higher and the lower cannot take place until man has reached
    • (or spiritual) soul in periods each of seven years duration. Hence it
    • Theosophy should teach us that wisdom must pass into deed, into social deed
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    • or a being was always organically linked with what each was to express.
    • evolution, each differing from the others.
    • stages, a stage of physical warmth and three descending stages; each
    • reached their human stage on Saturn, had not succeeded in acquiring
    • — Saturn, Sun, Moon — it has now reached the third stage
    • beings who had reached the stage of Spirits of Personality, (i.e., the
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    • more than folk fantasy. Spiritual science must teach one to investigate
    • took place later on. So enormous was the size of the earth that it reached
    • One of us, or the teacher, actually causes the rotation! Nothing is
    • state and only when a definite point had been reached was it possible
    • we call the Masters, who live in human physical bodies but have reached
    • occult investigation reveals their true origin and teaches us that while
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    • only true world. It was, therefore, easy for the Holy Rishis to teach
    • pitted against each other.
    • and Western worlds confront each other at the present time. The Eastern
    • things may come to a confrontation but each world has its own complete
    • world are the teachers of mankind, could bring no consolation. When
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    • the initiates, could not change this condition, yet they are the teachers
    • world that had become so dear to them. The teachers could bring with
    • teaching that the material is only the physiognomy, the expression of
    • of the spiritual world, had reached the point where He could announce
    • because maturity had not yet been fully reached; he had not descended
    • attacks. Their aim was to make each single human being dependent upon
    • blood of humanity was as it were sacrificed. Through this act the teaching
    • teaching. Through observing old age, illness, death, and so forth, the
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    • branches of culture, must again be united and mutually enrich each other;
    • structure, reaching down like a strand from the group soul; it descends
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    • one and the same. That is a truth, Theosophy teaches us to be modest
    • wisdom-teaching inscribed in the Greek Temples; “Know thyself!”
    • the teaching and views of Theosophy. This personality is none other
    • and supplied with the teachings which instructed him as to the
    • Love. When he reaches the eighth stage of Initiation, when he has
    • resembling human forms — the Serpent had reached a temple; this
    • But the shadow of the giant can alone reach across. Man is only able
    • consciousness. These are the two ways of reaching the opposite bank:
    • Mysteries.” He did not teach his pupils by means of abstract
    • way, but as theosophy would teach us to do, as representing the
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    • “How can a man living in the every-day world preach the highest
    • to a knowledge reaching far beyond what can be understood by the
    • Kingdom of the Gods. Man is ceaselessly striving to reach this
    • that it is ready to sacrifice itself. It has reached the point of
    • so doing he also reaches the yonder realm, but only in the twilight,
    • have undergone Katharsis, so that he should no longer reach Wisdom
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    • during the fourth post-Atlantean period. Then we reach back to a still
    • When mankind reaches a new turning point in its evolution, it must
    • looked back to a primeval man, known in occult teachings as Adam
    • will and soul arose and confronted each other in the two sexes in the
    • consciousness of the men of that time. Man had reached the point of
    • So the human race reached the point of perceiving its destiny,
    • the wise. The human being who had reached the sixth degree of
    • point is reached. The light increases, days grow longer and nature
    • being, the teacher and mediator, Mithras. But mankind could be blessed
    • have been speaking of. Now, however, a new climax was reached. Even as
    • All the great teachers of wisdom — the Egyptian Hermes, the ancient
    • concerned with a great teacher of wisdom — teachers of wisdom were
    • anew each year and reveals to us the connection between man and the
    • teachers of mankind, they again reveal such truths to us. These
    • teachings are not imparted to us out of speculation or as their own
    • This is what the wise Magi, the great Masters, teach us. It is this
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    • most exact acuteness, always clothed with gentleness. Each of her
    • works has its own being, each of her phenomena the most isolated
    • Before me, teaching me to know my brothers
    • those days the priests collected the faithful ones, the teachers of
    • reached the level of development of the animals. The highest kingdom
    • become what is called Buddhi or Chrestos, when they will have reached
    • science of the spirit, will have been reached. When our feelings will
    • race, then the ideal of the ancient teachers of wisdom, of
    • attained only by the intellect, is reached by the feelings and heart.
    • Today we cannot deal with the wisdom of the teaching of Christianity
    • and humanity must make it its own if it wishes to reach its
    • all that we say and teach, all that is contained in our writings and
    • teachers develop spiritual science concerning the growing child, if on
    • prevail to the point of making spiritual-scientific teaching
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    • reached its lowest point at Christmas time, because those who are
    • The pupils were prepared by these teachings, which were constantly
    • reached the third degree, the degree of the "Warrior," who stepped
    • because he had reached the fifth degree of initiation.
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    • reach the inner portion of the earth, at any rate we enter regions in
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    • to the etheric body. We have seen that the etheric body can be reached
    • reach the imprint of the Planetary Spirit in the external world. The
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    • consciousness each time they turn their perception and their action
    • the necessity of each having his separate interests, his special home
    • perception, reach the portal which leads into a higher world. We must
    • We shall be willing to admit that each one of us carries his own world
    • succeed in reaching the portal which leads into the spiritual worlds.
    • 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
    • with each other at a particular time, and that these beings are then
    • occult vision teaches us that the beings we learnt about yesterday as
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    • consciousness. A clairvoyant having reached this stage of development,
    • This higher stage is reached by continually practicing those exercises
    • we have reached the first stage of clairvoyance, we can still say, in
    • highest stage of those spiritual beings whom we can reach in this
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    • being in any one part of the world. We must reach the point, not only
    • stages. Only when this third stage is reached do we succeed in
    • do gain something special, in that they reach out beyond the
    • water and the air, then daily life teaches us that the planet is in
    • one direction and another in another to reach a common goal — the
    • the system is the work of the Cherubim. Each planetary system with its
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    • far-reaching for the whole evolution of the planetary system to which
    • each time they developed inner thought or feeling, a manifestation
    • occult vision teaches him that, as a matter of fact, a sort of
    • light. We shall see that each planet only shares this light with its
    • planetary system is however that the teacher should stand there and
    • in it could at the same time supply a gigantic teacher in cosmic
    • Now there is no great teacher outside, making the axis of the world
    • materialistic hypotheses we cannot reach our goal; for there is no
    • within, and claiming for each of the planets a light of its own.
    • this teaching which, having originated in Asia Minor, is in a sense,
    • great teachings of antiquity. And only when we permeate ourselves with
    • teachers and leaders of humanity, do we acquire a right relation to
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    • only perceives “ maya,” the great illusion. We only reach
    • planet. Occult vision teaches us that, just as this whole system of
    • in man are in reality very different from each other. We can only
    • this time we have to do with the plants, and we cannot reach the whole
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    • with each other. He must let them work upon one another, bring them
    • into relation with each other. If he undertakes this work he will gain
    • described, we immediately reach a kind of stupefaction, a deadening of
    • go — of having reached a condition lying still further back than
    • produces an inner experience. Occult vision teaches us that this inner
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    • from each other than do the human races. Certainly we find great
    • We know that each individual man is guided by what we call his Angel;
    • reach out beyond the sphere of the Spirits of the Age. Thus, for
    • must not simply accept this as a book of dogmas; we must trace each
    • Time, the rulers or regulators of the epochs. We have now reached a
    • inspiring him. We now reach the point of seeking for the normal
    • Holy Rishis spoke of that which each one of them had to give to
    • the Seven Holy Rishis had to say to humanity; each one speaking what
    • recollection in the soul of each of what had been given earlier by the
    • spirits as reach their height in such a name as that of Buddha, of
    • that he corresponds to the Spirit of Mercury. It would be a breach
    • with that teaching which in its time was rightly understood and in
    • be a breach if we did not know through our basic teaching how to
    • the course of successive periods of time and reached the summit in
    • different spheres which reached their summit, as it were, in their
    • great individualities, even as Buddhism reached its climax in Buddha.
    • science teaches us to see and perceive what works in the world. In
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    • teaches us that the forms in the mineral which we call crystal-forms,
    • inner-being gives certain main types, main substances: and each
    • the planets create, each through its own original nature, is expressed
    • about because certain spirits having reached a given stage in their
    • reached a point where we can point again to the enormous significance
    • from the fixed stars, from our own sun, physical light only reaches us
    • to the Spirits of Wisdom, to the spiritual light, then we reach the
    • actually reach that heavenly language which expresses the significance
    • same spirits, work for each single individual on earth — that
    • of facts this ideal will best be reached — not through a sentimental
    • teachings, even those which appear drawn from afar, serve to forward
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    • strong life force in each individual, and this, in turn, would
    • the priest-initiates. But now as each individual ego develops, it
    • experience along with each individual in this nation what he felt as
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    • gradually faded. Even the teacher, the preserver of tradition, could
    • through his teaching.
    • teachings are in complete accord with the teachings of primeval
    • mystery of human evolution was fulfilled in Palestine. Man had reached
    • preacher and made powerful revelations. To him came the layman who was
    • teacher instead, after which Tauler was able to speak of God with such
    • have fallen prostrate, lying as if dead, as he preached. This is
    • false teachings claim, for in that case it would be impossible to
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    • contradict each other — in short, that these Gospels cannot be
    • that loses itself in the twilight of the soul. Our memory reaches only
    • If we survey all that the occultist can teach, we come to a curious
    • not meant in a bad sense, but in such a way that each of you would
    • become always greater. If man only once reaches the point of intensely
    • in the extraordinary teachings of Buddhism. If the man felt, however,
    • he can have something from a teacher who has passed from incarnation
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    • in our time do we begin to teach anthroposophy. The religions were
    • became a Buddha has since that time reached spiritual heights from
    • and rose to Buddha reached therewith a height of human development
    • approach with trust the teaching that the Bodhisatva who became a
    • teaches us that every pain, every death, inflicted by man on the
    • mission of the Earth would not have reached its goal; man would have
    • reached. Only where the traits of the physical world have already been
    • anthroposophy teaches a full understanding of this assertion. The
    • post-Atlantean period men will add the great teachings of Karma
    • to the other teaching, they will learn to understand their
    • would never have been able to reach its goal, that the evolution of
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    • had reached by the end of the fifteenth and the beginning of
    • considering allowing such a quarrelsome Dominican to preach as
    • — He continued preaching these proclamations. Initially
    • his preaching was with great difficulty because he could only
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    • through a certain beginning finally to reach the highest point. Now it
    • is called at present the teaching of Mani, is only the degenerate
    • outcome of an ancient teaching which conceived the Spirit only as
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    • and living wisdom in teachers and so must reject modern adults' dead
    • reaching to the depths of modern spiritual life, is necessary. When
    • lived through it, who, without necessarily growing old, have reached
    • reached its culmination in the last third of the nineteenth century,
    • not get any nearer to each other by such means. We can only come
    • nearer to each other when we know how to place our different
    • to you in this older generation. Men passed each other by. And in
    • become a teacher or adopt some other profession — that is not
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    • and living wisdom in teachers and so must reject modern adults' dead
    • recently it has reached a climax making it more clearly perceptible.
    • leaders, for those who were both teachers and leaders or — as
    • would be equally correct — teachers endowed with leadership,
    • can no longer find any teachers.
    • men prided themselves on not being teachers any longer, but
    • it reached a climax during recent decades.
    • longing to know how to teach young people to be young in order that
    • needed today. First of all, the teachers must be awakened, and then
    • the teachers must awaken the children and the young people.
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    • an open mind for the individual. Towards each single individual we
    • opposition to the Socratic teaching. And so, during the sixties and
    • no other purpose than to enable people, each according to his
    • mood remained, for it is impossible to reach a real spiritual content
    • the evolution of the human race. Mankind would not have reached
    • what the speaker really feels. The empty phrase over-reaches itself
    • really intellectualism overreaching itself. I do not want to hurt any
    • over-reaching themselves in empty phrases; we need a highly-developed
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    • and living wisdom in teachers and so must reject modern adults' dead
    • capable of reaching. But the men of that age had no desire to hear
    • conscious of primal revelation. And this loss reached its culminating
    • will must come from each single individual. Courage was needed to
    • given. The new intuitions must be produced in the sphere of each
    • single, individual human soul; in other words, each single human
    • what is dead becomes the teacher of the living, the youthful feel it
    • experience. If we look at outer Nature, we reach first Imagination,
    • different. If in that world we reach picture-consciousness,
    • living means first to attain vision. What we need to reach the living
    • so that we may reach things through them. It is imperative
    • should consider it a matter of course that the thinking which reached
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    • that we never reach an end. We know that we bear the solution of the
    • intercourse with each other. We must meet the human being so that we
    • pedagogics of the future to the growing generation by teachers and
    • education and teaching there will have to be imparted much of that
    • confidence we bring to an adult. When we meet the child as teacher or
    • lie. But anyone who teaches has to work unceasingly, in a living way,
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    • and living wisdom in teachers and so must reject modern adults' dead
    • right thing is for teachers to be able to handle what does not give
    • and reached its climax at the end of the nineteenth century.
    • another way. We may find that the teacher hands on to the young
    • those who teach standing before their class with a note-book, or even
    • of a class of say, thirty pupils, and teach with the help of a book
    • is wanting to teach me something that he has first to read. I should
    • invisible children about the teacher of the thirty visible ones who
    • of someone who is to teach or educate, much goes on that is entirely
    • inner being what neither parents, nor teachers, nor even the old
    • personal remembrance flowed into each other indistinguishably. That
    • henceforth demanded of teachers: Yes, now prove that for me! And now
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    • reached the point of saying: Thoughts are something we work out for
    • the souls who had reached a certain degree of maturity. When we
    • [or] ninth post-Christian centuries, at least those who were teachers
    • their teachers that thoughts were Beings permeated, imbued by the
    • and the art of making experiments reached such a height just because
    • natural scientist, certainly not in any authoritative teacher of
    • incapacity to reach it.
    • people wish to teach you mineralogy, zoology, botany, biology,
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    • and living wisdom in teachers and so must reject modern adults' dead
    • to feel it the developing human being had to reach the turn of the
    • cannot be known before we reach a certain time in life, that is,
    • teachers, educators, and the younger generation. If this is not
    • to teach or educate: “The young cannot be brought to the point
    • with violating his most sacred duty if, as teacher or educator, he
    • all instruction. In other respects the education and teaching of that
    • else was connected with this: that teachers felt that it was first of
    • only when the young people had reached a certain age that the teacher
    • and for this reason the substance of the teaching was the trinity of
    • and words. Instruction in grammar was the teaching of an art, and all
    • teachers, that they should feel their teachers capable of speaking
    • the teacher and educator.
    • when we speak of the objective method of teaching, we keep the
    • teaching quite apart from the personality of the teacher. We drag in
    • machines, in order that the teaching may be as impersonal as
    • separation is not really possible. The endeavour to keep the teaching
    • teacher coming into play, and his good side is quite unable to unfold
    • it was a natural demand on the teacher that he should first let the
    • that is not correct. His teaching certificate was for Eloquentia —
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    • drew attention to how in earlier times the teacher took his start
    • young human being started by recognizing in his teacher: This man can
    • Each unto each the
    • can at most reach a greater degree of proficiency but make no
    • our system of teaching is ultimately of this character, too, and
    • freely in this inner play of forces can Imagination be reached. Thus
    • teacher if he is to guide and lead the young from the time of the
    • can education really be experienced as art, and the teacher can
    • Then in our epoch of the consciousness soul all teaching will be so
    • arranged as to create an artistic atmosphere between teacher and
    • cleverer than the teacher — one asks: Why should I be bothered
    • draw two green circles and in each of them three red circles, then
    • two red and in each of them three green, two yellow with three blue
    • cannot very well be otherwise. For the teacher is so drilled in
    • is as though a chain were there, reaching from the past over into the
    • future, which must be received by each generation into itself, must
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    • the world because the head allows nothing to reach it. The head has
    • so that the colors cannot work down, they cannot reach the blood nor
    • of tremendous power. For those able to experience each step with the
    • still got to know each other in this way and many expressions with
    • the realm of the artistic everyone is individual, each one is a
    • were everyone to teach a different science. But that could not be,
    • In the realm of the artistic each human being is an individuality in
    • age it establishes no relation between teacher and pupil. All
    • the individuality of the teacher and educator. It is individuality
    • that must work in the school. What grows between teacher and pupil
    • teacher as coming out of pre-earthly existence. A young child has the
    • concepts but is manifested in the teacher; and it resists conceptual
    • teacher, of educator. Through study we cannot become teachers. We
    • cannot drill others into being teachers, because each one of us is
    • already a teacher. Every human being is a teacher, but he is sleeping
    • it brings the teacher, as a human being, nearer to those whom he
    • It would be terrible if anyone were to believe it possible to teach
    • cannot always give the post of teacher to a genius just for a future
    • geniuses as teachers. You would not say this because experience does
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    • and living wisdom in teachers and so must reject modern adults' dead
    • learn all the teachings about the ego. It is not a question of
    • being a teacher. For we should really get the feeling that we are
    • revolution going on in the depths of modern souls if we are to reach
    • important than is supposed. The boy or girl, seeing the teacher come
    • into the classroom, must not have the feeling: “He is teaching
    • subconscious.” They want a human relation with the teacher. And
    • quantity of each into his organism. From the physiological point of
    • Pedagogics is not enough if it makes the teacher or educator merely
    • the teacher merely clever is not of the right kind; the right kind of
    • pedagogics makes the teacher inwardly alive and fills him with
    • teacher or educator, it is that his pedagogical art has not made him
    • perhaps only a myth or a legend. If teachers are pedants, if these
    • and philistines were to be found in the teaching profession it would
    • teacher can be no philistine, can be no pedant.
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    • teacher. Everything was still permeated with soul, everything was
    • that has come to pass during the last few centuries, reaching its
    • reached its zenith in his concept of metamorphosis. We have the
    • merely an ancient picture but that it has reached the highest degree
    • They sought for a land which could not be reached by the dragon; they
    • Michael if we want to become true teachers. More is accomplished for
    • were, from another side so that as teachers we know: All accumulation
    • Why did human beings tear each other to pieces during the second
    • decade of the twentieth century? — They tore each other to
    • to regions poor in air. A true youth movement will only reach its
    • each other and something to receive from each other.
    • teach the child about the mysteries of earthly existence. Only when
    • chief thing will be that in our hearts we have found each other; then
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    • evolutionary stage which mankind will have reached upon Venus. And if
    • considerations, we must say that the Spiritsof Form have reached the
    • Let us repeat: We human beings exist in a sphere which has reached the
    • You see the far-reaching consequences revealed by such a
    • spirit had been declared a heresy. They were compelled to teach the
    • spirit, and thus teaches a heresy opposed to the orthodox belief that
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    • found its conclusion in the human head reaches far back. But if we add
    • however, is that the head formation reaches furthest back in
    • Divine reach the human being? we cannot point to the path through the
    • divine impulse reached the human being through an activity that is not
    • the teachers of the ancient Hebrew people were conscious of the fact
    • through his head, as it reaches above the organism, has turned to the
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    • beings, shall only reach the sphere which we ascribe to our Divine
    • stage and Vulcan stage, and shall have reached the eighth
    • beings shall have reached after the Vulcan evolution. This is
    • Vulcan evolution. If Lucifer were to reach his goal, man would
    • reached its climax and is now on the descending path. For certain
    • abyss, which will array Asia and America against each other, and which
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    • their proper light, for our historical considerations do not reach
    • We must go back into those millennia into which history does not reach,
    • how he was the great teacher of thinking, of that thinking which,
    • become accustomed to that which nature teaches. Most people who find
    • teaches. I must find a way out of this.
    • consciousness is also clear in us. What lies between the two reaches
    • consciousness that which only in the future will reach its climax.
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    • documents reach back. This is not the case. Human beings, even the
    • This was a church law; philosophers still teach it today and do not
    • end of July and the beginning of August were reached with an obscured
    • that has not become Christ-permeated. This they can reach: this they
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    • chiefly manifests as man's life of thought, is something that reaches
    • culture which reaches back into such ancient times, the primeval
    • the inner world simultaneously, and which reaches into both.
    • Golgotha have proved unsuitable to reach up to it.
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    • reach over into our world from the realm of the so-called dead. —
    • this or that event because history teaches thus and so. Take modern
    • will see how often the phrase is employed: “History teaches thus
    • teaches thus and so” is very frequently heard, and at the
    • conviction: History teaches that many quarrels and wars occurred in
    • themselves members of a great family and will no longer tear each
    • History will only teach us something if we are able to penetrate it
    • each other very, very little. This may not alienate us from the other
    • learn to know each other. It is supposed to happen in life, as some of
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    • middle of that century had not quite been reached, the Archangel
    • have been reached on the spiritual path is now discharged through the
    • is not possible to enter into concrete details. Each of you can do
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    • control them, and when they reached the river bank he sprang
    • try to emerge from materialism, and to reach some knowledge of
    • self-laceration. The mistake that he makes each time is in
    • “What the nations do is done by each individual, and so
    • “What the nations do is done by each individual?”
    • Are conclusions to be accepted which were reached by
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    • become the foundation of a teaching system. This forces
    • but this diagnosis does not reach the vital point. Its
    • foundation is reached only by realizing that consciousness does
    • brought about that need not be avowed, and we shall reach the
    • hardly be separated, become independent of each other. If I
    • the threshold border upon each other but work separately,
    • another, but mutually influence each other. It is the
    • and willing beside each other, so that they can affect each
    • health? They must be guided to concepts that reach out to
    • into sanatoriums, and treat each one in the individual manner.
    • begin to become absolute, men get into a blind alley, or reach
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    • method of reaching the subconscious, this woman succeeds in
    • experienced by anyone. Each one comes to the realization that
    • us. One may in a certain sense have reached a definite degree
    • belongs to the self alone. In clairvoyance it is reached
    • than they could reach of themselves; for through earnest, eager
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    • the elemental world, he reaches then after a time a point where
    • results, and has reached the point of seeing something of it in
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    • know that each human being has a differently, an
    • become acquainted with each single organ. He learns to know the
    • organism, and so forth. Looking at them within, you reach a
    • become spiritualized when they reach the outer surface of
    • teaches us this.
    • in his entirety means to find in him the forces which reach
    • different from each other. In my Vienna lecture cycle in 1914 I
    • present therapy is a jumble of empiric notes. One can reach a
    • reach no farther than the well-known “little divine
    • not reach through the detour of inner mysticism. The
    • reached the same figure. That is to say, if you take the
    • entire earthly life of a human being, and count each single
    • day, each falling asleep and awakening, as one breath,
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    • We know that these epochs of time are essentially different from each
    • it were, divide human beings into categories. Each person can still
    • parts of different nations understand each other better, so also will
    • other group-soul qualities be shed, and the individual nature of each
    • — and each of these Root-races into seven sub-races, and that
    • as compared with what Oriental teaching recognises, because one
    • movement will be something which concerns each human being, no matter
    • man, but to each single human being. This is the essential. As it
    • categories similar to each other. That will be the external
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    • be historical, when they contradict each other, as the four Gospels
    • do, each of which professes to give us an account of what happened at
    • they do contradict each other, in the ordinary sense? Were then all
    • can't be a picture of the nosegay. The pictures contradict each other.
    • the old Hebrew teaching, as is laid down in the Old Testament, if we
    • teachings which Buddha gave out 600 years before our era. These
    • teachings have flowed into Christianity. You are not shown what
    • individuality whom we mention as Zarathustra, was the great teacher of
    • ascended higher and higher through each incarnation, he appeared about
    • of culture. This Zarathustra was incarnated there, he was the teacher
    • bound to a physical instrument; that was carried over from teacher to
    • pupil, the pupil again became teacher, carried it over to his pupils,
    • and so on. Now it was not a question of a teaching, of a method of
    • by another. I will combine the things outside with each other, and
    • Nazarathos was then in his incarnation, at that time the teacher in
    • the great teacher of ancient times, with Zarathas. He there became
    • their teacher, united himself with them, they took up there the great
    • shortly in each single being. The writer of the Matthew Gospel shows
    • In Chaldea, Zarathustra was the secret teacher in his last
    • how they had heard from their teacher that he would reappear, that
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    • as inspired occultists, wanted to represent this great event each from
    • reality. Each of the evangelists really gives us opportunity to
    • the various epochs of human development are very different from each
    • each one thinks he must write something, when everything becomes an
    • secrets in a twelve-fold way, and each initiation is in a certain
    • each word had living worlds behind it — when one understands it
    • rewritten, in order to be clothed anew for each epoch. Thus the divine
    • was written anew. And anthroposophy should teach men how necessary it
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    • one traverses to reach a World Conception.” Now the
    • belief that one can reach a firm standpoint in one's inner
    • reach a concept of the world able to throw light on human
    • evolution be reached — which is, that this consciousness
    • stages, and has now reached the third stage. If one observes
    • anti-spiritual character. And to Auguste Comte and his teacher
    • does one reach a standpoint of reality, when one can see the
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    • when the earth reaches the Venus-condition, be non-existent;
    • position of man on Earth to each other to be a copy of the
    • Industrialism. Therefore Auguste Comte and his teacher
    • teacher and guide, Saint-Simon, because gradually Saint-Simon
    • application to Positivism and rejection of his teacher St
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    • beings to-day. Mankind was guided by great leaders and teachers whom
    • were still in their infancy, in order to teach them the first arts
    • in matter that his karma will reach its fulfilment.
    • outset that anyone who reaches the third interpretation may take it
    • Chela means pupil of the Mysteries; Master means teacher in the Mysteries.
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    • Phrixos reached Colchis with the ram. There he is said to have
    • let him go, and at last he reaches his home country.
    • the great wisdom teaching of Manu4 who, in the sub-race
    • with Calypso. Only then can he reach the point to which the soul
    • we have from some other place. When external experience teaches you
    • higher occult wisdom teaches you something, you can also weave around
    • another soul-force, wisdom, the real guide. But man has to reach
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    • You must understand that all the streams I have named do not reach the
    • the fifth sub-race of the fifth root-race reached them from the south.
    • Christianity in Rudeger of Bechlaren, and then Christianity reaches
    • relatively short intervals between each death and rebirth. He is not
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    • because the stage had not yet been reached when the union of manas
    • evokes brotherliness as far as the human understanding reaches. And
    • To those who are not conversant with theosophical teachings this
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    • ideas of occult teaching for some time. Hence, they may well wish to
    • interpreted; they are said to “mean something”. To reach
    • figures. They then are the means toward reaching cognition or
    • being can reach a level from which, through his own inner power, as
    • The planets, however, stand in a certain relationship to each other,
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    • consisting of two parts tapering up to a point, the whole reaching
    • realize how the individual craftsman felt joy in each piece, how he
    • human feeling life because these preachers did not stand alone but
    • Sun. When the physical body had reached the airy stage, it was
    • occurred, if each had gone its own way? Then it would have been
    • the outer expression for souls who reached a much higher stage of
    • that will be reached on Venus on a higher level. The body of the bee,
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    • fourth kingdom. Only here do they reach their actual consciousness
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    • astral world. Here on earth one sees physical men, each of whom bears
    • teaching, one says that one searches for God within one's self. But
    • converging in two snakes standing opposite each other. As mankind
    • belong where spiritual things are enacted and reach
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    • past, when some great teacher was teaching? We can certainly learn a
    • ancient, holy Rishis, the great teachers of India, during our first
    • greatly changed since the times when the great teachers of India
    • Hermes, of the grand teaching of Zarathustra, or of the sublime
    • teachers. It also flowed in the words of Moses, and it came forth
    • of the secret teaching, contain in truth some of the deepest and most
    • the teaching of the holy Rishis has flowed through the sanctuaries of
    • into Western occultism and into the teaching and investigations of
    • teachers of the East ever had in their keeping. Nothing, nothing
    • include the whole of the Eastern wisdom and teaching and, without
    • teaches and learns it with new human capabilities, just as little has
    • the wisdom of the holy Rishis changed because we learn and teach it
    • has brought down to us the teaching of the holy Rishis, and with it
    • the ancient teacher of wisdom said the word Moon and with that word
    • each other, call forth quite different ideas in man. It was the same
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    • teaching which came from the holy Rishis, during the first
    • that teaching and in the investigations of those times is that it
    • When during the time of that ancient holy teaching, mention was made
    • may call the Eastern teaching about fire, which was of such
    • far-reaching importance in those ancient times for the acquisition of
    • were considered by that very ancient teaching, which can still be
    • elements are, so to speak, separated from each other, but we see the
    • The ancient teachers may have spoken thus: ‘Look at that
    • between light and smoke. The teacher said: ‘Out of the flame
    • very far-reaching fact, which has to do with the light, which is born
    • matter appears on the other side. That is the teaching of primeval
    • the substance have something to do with each other. Let us suppose
    • What did the teacher of ancient wisdom say to those who had to
    • the spirit which is bewitched in the smoke.’ Yes! The teacher
    • We have here the third point of that important teaching in the
    • that this small world of ours is of infinitely far-reaching
    • all the things we gain from spiritual science. It teaches us to grasp
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    • We have also often said that each planetary condition has a special
    • teaching of primeval Saturnian fire was proclaimed in all its purity.
    • had to dissolve all this, so that, as the life of Saturn reached its
    • the other side light! If traveling through space you had now reached
    • general substance of the Sun planet. They jostled against each other,
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    • ancient Saturn had each time absorbed those egg-shaped bodies of
    • named are also evolving each one stage higher, and the Archangels
    • reality each of those Cherubic forms has to left and to night a sort
    • of follower or companion. Think of the form of each Cherubim having
    • from the fire and glorified its existence, uplifted it. But each time
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    • central point and would reach so far outwards that the Saturn of
    • to put it trivially, they had not yet reached the stage when they
    • are the Dhyanic Beings of the Eastern Teaching.
    • re-absorbed into the Sun, and the Sun itself will have reached a
    • Sun. Vulcan is more than Sun, and with this it has reached the
    • Areopagite, and after him the Teachers of the West call them,
    • who are also called by the Teachers of the West — Potentates,
    • ancient Saturn. If the Thrones have reached, so to speak, to its
    • must imagine as reaching out to Jupiter. Thus Saturn was a gigantic
    • world-globe, which having our Sun in its centre would have reached as
    • Moon. We have reached the point when we must remember that when the
    • reached very different degrees of maturity. Some of them aspired to
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    • to whom we referred yesterday as reaching up to Jupiter, Mars, etc.,
    • it is now, reaches back through the ancient Atlantean time, through
    • have to assign one of these Beings to each man, a being who,
    • Each man is a personality in each incarnation, and over each man a
    • for each single individuality from one incarnation to another.
    • certain harmonious relationship each single soul with the national or
    • reaches beyond single nations, beyond single races. Such a spirit is
    • And when we get beyond the Archai, we reach to those Beings whom we
    • reach beyond the earth. We differentiate in the course of human
    • limit up to which reached the action of the Thrones or Spirits of
    • Wisdom, acted; and Mars, the boundary line up to which reached the
    • Kant-Laplace system, for instance; but there one reaches a point
    • utmost boundary being Jupiter. Then we reach the limit of the realm
    • reaches to Venus. Next we come to the boundary of the realm, the
    • region under the dominion of certain Beings which reaches to the
    • was called Venus in all ancient teachings, and that which is called
    • physical movements a of each planet revolving round the Sun; but you
    • positions towards each other, they might also have once stood thus.
    • which each spiritual Hierarchy holds sway.
    • what has been just said about the spacial distribution of each sphere
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    • that, in the sketch which I made each planet stood in a line with the
    • not always himself the teacher; these are elementary truths which
    • very much from each other. Let us then draw the fifth part of man the
    • when man will have reached his highest perfection in the Vulcan
    • being, that these seven principles are all within each other. This is
    • These Spirits of Personality have a realm which reaches up to the
    • Now we come to yet higher spiritual Beings, to those who reach up to
    • their cosmic significance, it reaches as far as Venus, and their
    • government. From them the great teachers worked, so that others might
    • reached the height of their etheric bodies.
    • they needed, so that they might become Teachers and Leaders of men.
    • the spirit of the Eastern Teaching such personalities received
    • body, is called Dhyani-Buddha in the Eastern Teaching. Dhyani-Buddha
    • Bodhi-Sattva and the human Buddha. This is the true teaching of the
    • live down here, when they have reached the necessary degree of
    • Buddha only in the Eastern teaching, but of many, among whom there
    • Bodhi-Sattva did not reach so far as to ensoul the physical body, but
    • the etheric body, so that you can imagine a Being who does not reach
    • trying to comprehend the origin of each individual planet, which up
    • But there are different degrees of each, and it is
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    • them superficially with each other, you may indeed find some
    • unity of the whole will first be revealed in the crown. With each
    • the spiritual scientific sense, the origin of each single globe.
    • all alike; but each one is very distinctly different from the other,
    • inner and outer warmth, each of these Saturn eggs begins to rotate.
    • Each of them circles round, and comes in turn under the influence of
    • each of the Thrones, Cherubim, and Seraphim, which are out in space.
    • Each egg in its wanderings, comes back to the point where it was
    • first formed. When it reaches this point it remains stationary, it
    • cannot go any further. Each egg has been formed on some definite
    • all those eggs are stopped at a certain place, they fall over each
    • other. When they have covered each other up, they form, so to speak,
    • each other. Thus a globe is formed. This globe is naturally formed
    • Each member of the human body was given a distinct name in ancient
    • formation began, after the centre had been reached. We are now
    • reaches the same point again it is killed through the same influence
    • each other at the point they started from and were killed by forces
    • arise because of this, because with each Saturn we have to do with a
    • Anthroposophists, elsewhere they would be incomprehensible. Each
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    • reached that point which we described yesterday. Let us suppose we
    • of fire, thus reaching its highest point. It was in this manner that
    • point of time was reached. No, only the inner movements which existed
    • another. Through this began for each their own inner life. After
    • far as your sight can reach, in the Milky Way, which owes its
    • thus, you can see in the Zodiacal circle the creative forces for each
    • each sign, but the different human members were drawn in the
    • which, as the old Hebrew mystery-teaching, leads back to that Mystery
    • teaching which was the foundation of the Old Testament — to
    • teaching of the macrocosmic man, is a teaching which in fact includes
    • To-day we are still far from understanding this teaching; and if
    • will never be known until the teaching of the macrocosmic man
    • centre is to be found in the great circumference. Hence, all teachers
    • When you remember that each world globe retains its movement, after
    • will also understand what must be called the Karma of each of these
    • From the moment when each of these planets has come of itself to an
    • with every planet. For each planet mirrors faithfully the conditions
    • varied elements of civilisation and of culture. This has all to reach
    • could not as yet help itself, they guided it until it reached a
    • had reached their maturity in earlier times; but when this height is
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    • man had reached so far in his general development that he had already
    • certain orders, men first received the possibility of reaching their
    • religion of the ancient times! They are the great Teachers of
    • their teaching acted on men in an overwhelming way. Look at the
    • Christ! Does He, fundamentally speaking, work through His teaching?
    • The man who thinks that His teaching is the most important part, does
    • at all through His teaching, but through that which He did. And the
    • the teachings of Christianity, all that is preached as Christianity,
    • teaching is included in other teachings.’ But has Christianity
    • been operative in the contents of its teaching? He who at first did
    • Christianity, did he rely on its teaching? Look at the Apostle Paul!
    • all. Other religious systems act through their teachings, and their
    • teachings are the same as in Christianity, but the essential thing in
    • Christianity is not the teaching, but what happened, the deed. And
    • divine force which is not a mere teaching. Therefore it can be
    • asserted a hundred times that the teachings of Christianity are to be
    • two poles which belong to each other. If Love is to enter into our
    • In the universe we have not to do with repetitions, each time that a
    • the teaching of the Mysteries, by explaining him — the point,
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    • teachings about the higher worlds from any special physical place.
    • may be tapped. It would be no wiser for our schools to teach
    • any rate he would not be able to reach certain stages of seeing.
    • the teachers of this research is drawn from the knowledge which has
    • during each twenty-four hours. But the etheric body does not leave
    • must, if he wishes to become consciously clairvoyant, reach a stage
    • efforts to reach an intellectual comprehension of what the
    • the so-called secret teaching, in the teaching of the mysteries, the
    • and a person who has reached the stage which has just been described,
    • which then surrounds him. This darkness increases gradually, reaches
    • awakes. It comes, as it were, to a point in which it reaches its
    • has been reached, one experiences, so to say, certain gods of the
    • definite stage of clairvoyance is reached, the midnight hour becomes
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    • the astral world after he has reached the stage of illumination meet
    • spiritual realms to each other? We know that Man as a fourfold being
    • separation resulted in their becoming able by degrees to reach a
    • investigations of today teach in another way.
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    • continents had not separated off from each other everything was in a
    • pristine teaching concerning the spiritual foundations of our earth
    • of as the teacher of Pythagoras; and many of the teachings of
    • evolution. In the teaching of Pherecydes, Kronos is the totality of
    • teach. A great deal of oriental wisdom came over in this way.
    • possible to re-discover original teachings of very ancient times. It
    • or that Eastern teaching concerning the evolution of the world is
    • expressions of the secrets underlying human evolution. The teachings
    • exoteric teaching was influenced in high degrees by what he had
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    • through these outer phenomena, he reaches the spiritual world.
    • separately for a while, and then meet again to fertilise each other
    • Spain and Africa to Egypt and thence to Arabia. Each of these two
    • each other at a later point of time.
    • reached by penetrating through the veils of the outer sense world. To
    • world and along each of them to discover that which was serviceable
    • If a man who is only able to reach the spiritual world through the
    • reaching an increasingly lofty standard of perfection, living through
    • into the northern peoples, each in conformity with the
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    • streams of peoples may, be said to have moved towards each other in
    • their inner life had reached a certain state of maturity. This second
    • spiritual development teaches us that it would not be correct to say
    • they are men who have reached the apex of humanity. Centuries
    • cleansed and purified and reaches higher worlds. Feelings more
    • who decline to accept this new teaching will have to bear the Karma
    • abstract teaching. Real Christians today know that humanity needs
    • upon it. They listen to the teachings proceeding from Rosicrucian
    • teachings flow out into the world; they are called upon to spread
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    • of each form. The manner of perceiving then was what might be called
    • he had reached a high grade of initiation, is explained by the fact
    • divided streams and how they mutually fructify each other can really
    • experience of feeling and the outer were more like each other. Why
    • reversed. What we have said about Christ and Lucifer crossing each
    • the Christ principle, crossed each other, was the decisive one in
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    • might have reached. Thus it was impossible for them to participate in
    • spiritual sun-forces to the earth. And when the teachers in these
    • as his helpers, each helper being a single individuality. Even as in
    • clown in the Vedas was the teaching of the great teachers of ancient
    • teach to their disciples. They were justified in saying that
    • the inward path. But in each successive civilisation something new
    • so far as he followed the teachings of Zarathustra, in following the
    • the external sense-world and Zarathustra's teaching laid special
    • the Egyptians and Chaldeans differ from each other, in that the
    • each fructifying the other. And when this begins, quite a new process
    • fructify each other; the inward becomes the external and that which
    • whose teachings lead out of space into time have seven as a
    • seven is associated with the holy Rishis, and with the holy teachers
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    • ‘machinery’ of the world may be reached, as I have
    • space are related to each other, we find a thread leading on the one
    • man, his inner being, that is, as did all the great teachers of
    • individual relation to each other. But the Christ as the Spirit of
    • connected through time were ipso facto those who loved each
    • of blood through the generations following each other in time,
    • of a Being who evolves on through each and all the above-named
    • civilisations of the post Atlantean era, who appears in each epoch in
    • is the great teacher of all civilisations. The Being who was the
    • teacher of the holy Rishis, of Zarathustra, of Hermes — the
    • Being whom we may designate as the great teacher, who in the
    • this one name, ‘The Great Teacher,’ and to him those
    • teachings of the post-Atlantean era. This Bodhisattva spirit of the
    • incarnation of that great Teacher who may be called the essence of
    • teachers an incarnation of a Bodhisattva. It is permissible to speak
    • incarnate. Since that time He can be reached by the path which leads
    • Great Teacher, the incarnation of wisdom, which pervades all the
    • Christ is not only a teacher — that is the essential point —
    • Christ is not only a teacher of men. He is a Being whom we can best
    • of Bodhisattvas, who were, for their age, the great teachers and
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  • Title: Wisdom of Man: I. The Position of Anthroposophy in Relation to Theosophy and Anthropology.
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    • of St. Luke, and those in Munich on the teachings of oriental
    • and Its Attainment, is set forth how one can reach this ideal
    • reaches down to him; he is permeated by the spirit. In contemplating
    • reaches into him from below. There is a risk connected with
    • on the summit. What becomes of theosophy when it wants to reach the
    • reach that peak diminished more and more through the centuries —
    • rejecting each other, but in recent times the contrast is sharp.
    • recognize the different elements in each organ. That will suffice to
    • yet present in him. It is what men perceive when they understand each
    • inner man. Reaching the boundary between the inner and the outer
    • reach their soul. Later we will deal with other senses transcending
    • spirit as well: we enter the spirit of nature. Each sense has a
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: II. Supersensible Processes in the Activities of the Human Senses.
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    • right angles to each other. If these canals are injured we lose our
    • some alert boy asks his teacher how we can stand the high atmospheric
    • inner and your outer will attack each other and fight. Smelling is a
    • interior and the exterior wills hinder and obstruct each other in the
    • taste is active. It can reach out much farther toward its objects —
    • reach our consciousness, although they originate in an unconscious
    • feel each one individually, but if we wish this feeling to become
    • conscious, that each hand should feel the other, they must touch each
    • That is an illustration of the way anthroposophy teaches us to know
    • strongly, until the limit is reached. When the object has become so
    • Folk Spirit speaks through the two a's that succeed each other in
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: III. Higher Senses, Inner Force Currents and Creative Laws in the Human Organism.
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    • separate tones but the harmonics of each tone as well. Accordingly,
    • each note as well. Now, the final step. Through the agency of that
    • that conceptions reach us by way of sounds. To enable a conception to
    • visualization. This implies that the visualization reaching us
    • each of us, from his own particular locality, ignoring the harmonics,
    • reach inward and cross in the brain. In other words, ordinary
    • to the etheric body. These flow into each other and intermingle to a
    • cannot do. The same is true of the other currents. Each is held up,
    • and in the center, where they act upon each other, they form the
    • merely modified in the case of each organ as occasion demands. At
    • latter by means of the former. The building of each of our organs can
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: IV. Supersensible Currents in the Human and Animal Organizations.
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    • Spiritual science teaches us that the physical body is an ancient
    • senses themselves cannot judge what is beyond their reach; no such
    • have made this teaching our very own, and it will reveal more and
    • the intellectual soul becomes active, and this cannot reach what is
    • currents flowing into each other, the current of the sentient body
    • sense we now appear to have reached a dead end. Spiritual science,
    • to each other in space. This boring in of the ego becomes perceptible
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: I. The Elements of the Soul Life.
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    • If we are to understand each other aright with regard to
    • red. These flow toward each other and combine in the conception “the
    • will mention one prime error common today. By drawing far-reaching
    • reaching as far as a certain boundary, which is the boundary of the
    • occurred in the outer world. A judgment has been reached that remains
    • When a judgment is reached within the soul itself, the
    • outer world but stops before it is reached, sensation arises.
    • faintly a sensation of color or tone. Speech itself could teach us
    • this way we have today reached an inference upon which we shall build
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: II. Action and Interaction of the Human Soul Forces.
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    • continues to pass, but because no impressions reach him from without,
    • the far-reaching consequences of this alteration, this abolition of
    • before reaching the point? Because when you say, “The man
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: III. At the Portals of the Senses.
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    • When each probes each with questions, to espy
    • Escaped to reach us; and in vain the searchers delve,
    • desire did not reach the boundary of the outer world but remained
    • somewhere within the soul before reaching the boundary. That is the
    • decision is reached, when the verdict is concluded in the series of
    • pole without reaching it. In this sense, then, the outer world enjoys
    • within it, though not actually reaching it. Feelings can therefore
    • reaching far into the past. Within ourselves as well we find the
    • reasoning powers prove too weak to reach a decision; you might have
    • not reach a decision, nor does desire end in satisfaction, and yet no
    • that the decision be reached independently of our arbitrary choice.
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: IV. Consciousness and the Soul Life.
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    • certain aspects, but we shall be able to understand each other.
    • written by a philosopher who reached tremendous heights of pure
    • have the impression that the thought had to struggle to reach that
    • careful attention to such matters in teaching, the effect would be
    • each other. The whole picture shows that a comparatively good diagram
    • encounter each other from many directions.
    • reaches us through clairvoyant research, but the latter does not seek
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: I. Franz Brentano and Aristotles Doctrine of the Spirit.
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    • teachings of pure, scientific theosophy on the subject of the soul,
    • unprejudiced thinking teaches us that the spirit, created by God and
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: II. Truth and Error in the Light of the Spiritual World.
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    • and functioning in reality, man can never reach the spirit. The
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: III. Imagination--Imagination; Inspiration--Self-fulfillment; Intuition--Conscience.
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    • again what a keen teacher of the present, Brentano, brought forward
    • enquiry than do judgments. That is exactly what the soul-teachers,
    • not reached before. Thus, experience shows the soul to be capable of
    • each other. (You can find this dream cited by a certain materialistic
    • we might be able to understand each other more readily in the
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: IV. Laws of Nature, Evolution of Consciousness and Repeated Earth Lives.
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    • returning. In each incarnation he must long for what is impossible of
    • something else as well. We can continue our efforts to reach the
    • The second goal, then, that we can reach in our search
    • case of man, otherwise they would have understood from each
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    • Before me, teaching me to know my brothers
    • occult teaching was not disowned as it is today by materialistic
    • teachers of the people, and spoke to them of a great Mystery. (I am
    • physical, all bodily life on Earth had reached the stage of animality
    • only. The highest kingdom upon the Earth had only reached a stage at
    • teaches — certain constellation of Earth, Moon and Sun was in
    • Those who had reached the second stage of Initiation were known as
    • be. For that man alone who had reached the fifth degree of Initiation
    • Why was an Initiate of the sixth degree known as a Sun Hero? To reach
    • Hero who had reached this inner harmony? They pictured to themselves
    • quarrelling and strife finally reach a measure of unity in
    • We have reached this point in the realm of scientific thinking, of
    • Christmas signifies in the light of anthroposophical teaching. If the
    • man strove to reach self-knowledge.
    • say and teach, everything that is contained in our writings, in our
    • teacher brings spiritual knowledge to the growing child, when in the
    • have reached our Ideal, for Spiritual Science will have become common
    • We cannot here enter into the details of the wisdom-teachings of
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    • inculcated teachings. Then they were led to the actual awakening. This
    • fourth degree, that of the Lion, was reached by one whose
    • Nathaniel was called a ‘true Israelite’; it was because he had reached
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of the Sun-Spirit as the Spirit of the Earth
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    • symbol but each year anew it reveals to man a great, eternal truth.
    • Gnostics were able to teach trickled through into the world and
    • before human beings had reached the point of the first physical
    • your reach. And if you conjure before your soul all that is innocent,
    • opinions but by the cosmic wisdom which so often lies beyond the reach
    • believest that the goals of earth-existence are beyond thy reach,
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    • counter-balance each other. Why was it, then, that the peoples who
    • reached the age of thirty, and he remained leader for three years, for three
    • trivialities of which we so often hear in religious teachings to-day,
    • the height he reaches in later life if he had not first developed
    • the desire for peace; it may be they who will have to preach
  • Title: Lecture: The Proclamations to the Magi and the Shepherds
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    • Easter and Whitsuntide. Each of these Festivals brings man's life of
    • exact knowledge of the world. The teachings of the ancient wisdom, as
    • reached the heights of learning, like the Three Magi from the East, in
    • each planet, just as to-day we converse with one another in ordinary
    • One often hears it said to-day that the teachings given in the
    • these so-called ‘secret’ teachings were no different from what is now
    • human beings in a different way. For to teach the principles of
    • of the Mystery-teachings but these significant matters are not as a
    • way in which the subject-matter of the Mystery-teachings in ancient
    • These inner forces must have reached a certain stage of development
    • teachings were able to shed light upon the Mystery of Golgotha, but as
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    • men. Manas (Spirit-Self) was now disseminated among men and in each
    • Race, will mankind have reached such maturity that the body will not
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    • sectarian teaching, destined for this or that circle of human beings.
    • simply to be regarded as a great Teacher, the messenger of the Father
    • The Holy Night must become a reality. It is not enough to give each
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    • his time. It was a private life; his teaching was a teaching for
    • The consciousness that such knowledge will one day be within the reach
    • great riddles to the best souls. Men have been reaching out for an
    • Teaching all sacred knowledge;
    • Teaching all sacred knowledge;
    • since the Mystery of Golgotha have been within men's reach then the
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 1: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • Indian civilisation, during which the great Rishis were the teachers
    • each time — and not only to have new experiences, but to learn to
    • soul-life, are each time renewed and altered. This makes it possible
    • a series of steps, for each time it meets with new opportunities,
    • conditions of life, so our souls can each time add something new from
    • those Beings who had already reached a high development, and were in
    • words, we could not have advanced if there had not been great Teachers
    • certain respects the Teachers of the rest. We can only understand the
    • nature of these Teachers of humanity if we are clear as to the way
    • to you that humanity must be spoken to in a different manner in each
    • successive age and that the attitude of the great Teachers towards the
    • that the great Teachers themselves undergo development from one cycle
    • progressive evolution of the great Teachers of humanity. Just as man
    • passes through certain stages and then reaches a certain
    • turning-point, so likewise do the Great Teachers.
    • Old Indian. Thus do the various cycles overlap each other. The fourth
    • Teachers of humanity also go through a period of descent and one of
    • meaning. The great Teachers could not have taught the Old Indians by
    • Teachers said very little; for at the stage which the etheric body had
    • then reached people were not receptive to the word which enclosed the
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  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 2: The Law of Karma with Respect to the Details of Life
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    • with it, and in allowing the teaching to work upon one's soul. It does
    • Science can teach us. That is why it is a good thing that we should
    • sympathies and antipathies he feels in his work, may, as he reaches
    • him before he reaches maturity, or else one only meets a man when he
    • occult conditions of the soul, to have been a teacher at some time.
    • begin to regulate the child's requirements, we reach the very
    • knowledge when we take in anthroposophical teaching, but also because,
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 3: The Entrance of the Christ-Being into the Evolution of Humanity
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    • In each of the Gospels light is thrown on the great Mystery of
    • Spiritual Science, passes through various crises; it reaches an
    • humanity on earth was reached when the Christ-Impulse was given at the
    • that as a result of the luciferic influence man reached a certain
    • our astral body, which, if it had only reached man in the middle of
    • — such as the Bodhisattvas — reaching up as time went on
    • divine teachings. This Bronze Age is known in Eastern philosophy as
    • something within them which lifts them above the suffering and teaches
    • Matthew's Gospel, generally known as the Sermon on the Mount. Each
    • living in a side-street in Rome, whose teacher was a certain Jesus;
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    • To-day we must again refer to the old and important teaching contained
    • act as a teacher to the whole nation, so that its content could be
    • teaching given. For this the minds of men had to be changed, they were
    • This is essentially the teaching contained in the Sermon on the Mount
    • the teachings of Spiritual Science.
    • themselves reach the goal for the humanity of to-day, to which we give
    • the human ego — i.e., that wherein we each resemble all
    • other men, for each of us bears the ego within him — shines
    • of the great teachings of cosmology and humanity, while everywhere
    • plane had reached a crisis in humanity, it is also true that we have
    • now again reached an important time. What is called the ‘Dark
    • Age,’ which began in the year 3101 B.C. and reached its height at
    • through its teachings an understanding of the fact that man must rise
    • those who through the teachings of Anthroposophy can be guided to what
    • transition, when that which has now reached its climax in a
    • the truth, who wish to see Christ in the flesh!’ It was preached
    • can, will reach a crisis — certain unfortunate persons having,
    • souls, can we realise what it means to each human soul and what it
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 5: Correspondences Between the Microcosm and the Macrocosm
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    • indication of a far-reaching series of facts connected with the
    • underlies all our teaching — that man as a little world, as a
    • understanding of the nature of man. This sign can teach every one of
    • the same relation to each other as the Sun does to the Earth in our
    • materialistic age does. A man and woman each possesses an astral body
    • the rest of its form we must say that the female body, having reached
    • how each one has to introduce something spiritually new into the
    • forces, they will teach him how he may himself see the etheric nature
    • other it is possible, through the Sun reaching a certain point in the
    • Event of Damascus, they reach the Land of Shamballa.
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    • voice of God in each individual man or woman, warning them of good or
    • might be able to reach and absorb the significant impulse we know as
    • through the Graeco-Latin, into our own, it is clear that in each of
    • souls who reached their zenith in that particular age, we must say:
    • wonderful teachings which then flowed from the sacred centres of
    • teachings and lofty culture. The lofty culture of ancient Chaldea was
    • parts of the earth, so that each epoch of development should find what
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 7: The Further Development of Conscience
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    • dwell in each human soul, so to speak, and can be realised within each
    • certainly have been an individual man, but although I preach Him, I
    • Christ be not risen then is my teaching vain,’ St. Paul quite
    • renewed in each human being and indeed in the near future will be
    • day and hour by each one? We are told: ‘In the Spiritual worlds
    • they too could accomplish the acts of a Tammuz, for instance; but each
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    • to understand by thinking all that reaches him by way of the
    • spiritual world will reach the stage where the Hierarchies illumine
    • examination of the teachings of Buddha will not reveal any real
    • spiritual world is characterized negatively in the teaching of
    • teachings we do not find any detailed description of the world of the
    • spirit as we do, for instance, in the teachings of the Brahmans that
    • reached the point in evolution when the ancient sources of tradition
    • manifests itself in a wide variety of degrees until we reach the
    • will find that a secure standpoint is only reached when the human ego
    • whether it has remained intact across the abyss. If we reach this
    • us. Then we reach a point during this third phase after death when we
    • ex Deo nascimur. One who has reached a certain stage of
    • the soul has reached the middle period between death and rebirth.
    • teach the Copernican system, and no one would suggest that we ought
    • not to teach the Copernican theory because it is not contained in the
    • teaching of the Mystery of Golgotha because it is not to be found in
    • You will notice that in our considerations we have reached the
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    • it is to recognize one's surroundings. On reaching the stage
    • feels that one has reached the Sun. Just as during earthly life we
    • is reached from this stage onward and one comes to see these two
    • experiences that reach us from the cosmos. It is a form of perception
    • After we have gone through the Jupiter sphere our existence reaches
    • Thus we have reached the point where we began our consideration
    • development. Here is the embryo in the one direction, and for each
    • incarnations. Until we reach the Sun sphere we are so preoccupied
    • reach us here in earthly life. The love, the constant sympathy we
    • passed on can reach us most easily if they can find thoughts and
    • aspect, one will find that in each incarnation one has to learn as a
    • specially considered people who reach a normal age in life.
    • those who have reached their thirty-fifth year experience more or
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    • continual pressure between two objects. They wear each other away.
    • point has been reached, kamaloca is at an end. Continuing to expand,
    • nature creates a kind of barrier that prevents him from reaching the
    • feels as though he were in a prison and unable to reach them. Thus,
    • but each of them will be confined in his own prison. Naturally, this
    • replaced by new ones. Today we have reached a point when man must do
    • and sugar are on the table, but we are not concerned with each of
    • reality, of using each substance appropriately, the differences
    • thread, and study and value of each religion for its particular
    • race, nationality or creed, and reaches beyond all racial traits and
    • Men have not yet reached the stage of realizing that a Buddhist or a
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    • investigation, the spiritual realm is reached — the realm out
    • reach them. We continually feel as if we have to break through a
    • survive once its adherents have reached the Sun sphere because, as
    • each of them is a hermit, they cannot possibly meet.
    • that each presupposes and then senses the occultly hidden in the
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    • we have reached the end of the kamaloca period, we literally extend
    • will be relegated each to his own separate prison!
    • that we ask ourselves about each person we meet, “How much has
    • must learn to discern the essential being rather than the teaching.
    • everything depended on the World Teacher. But the Christ is not a
    • World Teacher but a World Doer, One Who has fulfilled the Mystery of
    • can say that that is a great teaching!
    • The same teaching, however, resounds from other sources. In the
    • were, give the same teaching, and from them both the same words
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    • artificially. We must live backwards quietly and reach the
    • Here we reach a point where anthroposophy enters into life in a
    • each have a different significance for the life after death.
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    • about spiritual things, we shall commit the error of not reaching the
    • expanding, and when this expansion reaches its end, we are as large
    • close, intimate connections and sense each other's presence.
    • people are on the friendliest of terms with each other. One develops
    • sociable, but lonely beings. Each one will be as if encaged in the
    • virtue of the monistic conception each member is condemned to
    • loneliness. The fact that each is locked in his cage has not been
    • each might learn its language. Prior to the gathering, however, God
    • quite strongly. When the fire was reaching its end the Germans had
    • It is a lofty teaching of Christ that points man to his divine
    • wonderful and deeply moving teaching of Christ! Another being has
    • In each sphere we meet, to begin with, what corresponds to the inner
    • We reach a boundary, then we begin to contract and enter again into
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    • to find spiritual beings beyond the threshold who could teach them.
    • be compared to the dying process of the plants in winter. Each day we
    • has reached the Vulcan condition. As the sun shines for above downward
    • far-reaching realm. There, also, everything is subject to change and
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    • We have reached the stage in the cycle of evolution of mankind when
    • to find each other because they shared a common spiritual language.
    • reached the stage in the development of humanity when much can be
    • super-sensible cognition, the following result is reached. Everything
    • Man imagines that he has reached a considerable degree of wisdom when
    • be stifled in them. Each will sense, “Over there on those
    • and reach an understanding. The utterances that come to us out of
    • proclamation that man needs in order to reach an understanding from
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    • This makes a profound impression on the seer also when he reaches the
    • something happens externally a hidden something lies behind it. Each
    • flower, each breath of air, each stone and crystal hides an endless
    • In order to reach our aims it is not only a question of spreading
    • compensation is incomplete. Each time there remains a small residue
    • eighteenth and nineteenth centuries must already have reached a
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    • we can only reach them providing we have kindled the light in our
    • lives and the life in the spirit that follows each incarnation. We
    • character of a pupil to teacher relationship, could be continued in
    • souls, even if they now have reached a considerable degree of
    • there were no physical teachers, but teachers belonging to the
    • by teachers who work only from the spiritual world. Thus Buddha
    • already reached the stage of being able to contact beings other than
    • but that is not the same. Each realm has its own particular task and
    • Should such communities not exist, each soul after death would have
    • may be able to serve the dead and could become their teacher. This,
    • science in relation to the future of humanity. This enables each one
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    • outside. The good free-thinking preacher would also have to forbid
    • his followers from teaching children how to talk, for speech also is
    • reached the point in the evolution of humanity when souls will lag
    • reached a stage of development when the human soul needs the Christ
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    • soul-being is expanding. When we follow a soul who has reached the
    • each other as in the case of men on earth. They are spatially
    • far-reaching plan and only fulfilled a part of it. All such things,
    • not until the Mercury sphere is reached. An unfulfilled resolution,
    • battling with each other. As an individual was passing through the
    • Beings of our planetary system are continually streaming past each
    • seership. The teachers in that school were not only individualities
    • himself was a teacher in the mystery school. Among his pupils at that
    • reached perfection on the earth!”
    • perfection on the earth has, as it were, reached an end, has come to
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    • Here on earth man does not truly know himself. Science teaches us
    • Christians to teach Hinduism to the Hindus and then attempt to take
    • Christianity only if we look upon each individual as a Christian in
    • the entire macrocosmos, and reach the Sun Being when we need the
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    • be used as analogies. Spiritual science, however, also teaches us to
    • human beings. Each planetary body becomes an organ for us after death
    • a special task, which is to teach not only the living but the dead
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    • point which can be reached by thinking only, and we shall have to say
    • here, and let us allow each side to move as it will in any direction,
    • starting-point, and allow each side to move in various directions and
    • means that the whole is in movement, and each entity brought forth by
    • That is, if a thaler has three hundred pfennigs, then for each one of
    • and in like manner three hundred pfennigs for each of a hundred
    • soul-experience. As He could not be reached as an actuality, then the
    • the water above it. Each part of the water drives down the water
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    • We now have side by side four justifiable world-outlooks, each with
    • amount of ingenuity, reaches it only through a kind of one-sidedness,
    • to the knowledge that individual world-outlooks each have one special
    • standpoint only, and they more easily reach the point where they pass
    • possible to bring forward the most ingenious reasons for each of
    • just as many good reasons can be adduced for each and all of them as
    • reasons being thought out for each of them. There are twelve such
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    • produced for the correctness of each of them in a certain realm. For
    • belonging to each other, so Hegel arranges all the concepts that he
    • Whence came the peculiar teaching that you find in Hamerling's
    • Monadism. If we had the time, we could mention examples for each
    • soul-mood in each constellation. They are to be found in the world.
    • each of the shades a quite special mood of the human soul is
    • open to human personalities. One can specially cultivate each of
    • these seven world-outlook-moods, and each of them can exist on one or
    • also happen that men are stimulated from various sides in reaching
    • Naturalism side by side and each with its justification. For it is
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    • disturb each other in the course of time; they influence each other
    • each other. In physical astrology this a favourable constellation; in
    • guide. It teaches us to understand our one-sided predispositions as
    • introduction to every textbook of psychology and teaching about the
    • as a human thought is passed on from teacher to pupil — from
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    • point which can be reached by thinking only, and we shall have to say
    • here, and let us allow each side to move as it will in any direction,
    • starting-point, and allow each side to move in various directions and
    • means that the whole is in movement, and each entity brought forth by
    • That is, if a thaler has three hundred pfennigs, then for each one of
    • and in like manner three hundred pfennigs for each of a hundred
    • soul-experience. As He could not be reached as an actuality, then the
    • the water above it. Each part of the water drives down the water
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    • We now have side by side four justifiable world-outlooks, each with
    • amount of ingenuity, reaches it only through a kind of one-sidedness,
    • to the knowledge that individual world-outlooks each have one special
    • standpoint only, and they more easily reach the point where they pass
    • possible to bring forward the most ingenious reasons for each of
    • just as many good reasons can be adduced for each and all of them as
    • reasons being thought out for each of them. There are twelve such
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    • produced for the correctness of each of them in a certain realm. For
    • belonging to each other, so Hegel arranges all the concepts that he
    • Whence came the peculiar teaching that you find in Hamerling's
    • Monadism. If we had the time, we could mention examples for each
    • soul-mood in each constellation. They are to be found in the world.
    • each of the shades a quite special mood of the human soul is
    • open to human personalities. One can specially cultivate each of
    • these seven world-outlook-moods, and each of them can exist on one or
    • also happen that men are stimulated from various sides in reaching
    • Naturalism side by side and each with its justification. For it is
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    • disturb each other in the course of time; they influence each other
    • each other. In physical astrology this a favourable constellation; in
    • guide. It teaches us to understand our one-sided predispositions as
    • introduction to every textbook of psychology and teaching about the
    • as a human thought is passed on from teacher to pupil — from
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    • Illness and Death. Yet each of these three lectures will be complete
    • full of suffering until he comes to the point where pain reaches its
    • body, and when both have reached a certain degree of development
    • always renew itself inwardly in this way. It must have reached a
    • Christianity teaches, by the outpouring into the world of the Holy
    • had brought them knowledge. Everyone who has died could teach you
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    • teaches of the existence of certain highly evolved men, the
    • principle. Each being when it has developed to a higher stage becomes
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    • their abstract similarity to one another, but each one has his own
    • reached puberty possesses a certain amount of energy from which can
    • broken in accordance with the measure apportioned to each human
    • the astral body is to reach the point of being free, so that it
    • each of man's organs and what is around him in nature; we need only
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    • We discover different relationships with each incarnation and
    • as if lamed, when they reached the Other Side. “Rather a
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    • theory, not a mere doctrine or teaching, but a source of life and
    • each, sooner or later, have to do for our own forces. If we think we
    • us as a teaching which does not tell us merely what is the connection
    • Such a fact teaches us that we should be mistaken if we considered the
    • to each other; nevertheless this relationship is extraordinarily
    • Science teaches how the life of a man between birth and death is the
    • study the teaching it will not help him very much. But if he lets
    • significance for each personality, each individuality, and for all
    • will intersect each other. And thereby we shall have the explanation
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    • Now from the more elementary teaching of Spiritual Science we already
    • necessary for each single part. One cannot convert into reality what
    • in preceding years, we know that on each of the planetary incarnations
    • refine himself, and rise a stage higher. At each step certain beings
    • but each pain is for us a means to perfection; through overcoming it
    • remembrance of the original knowledge which told each one by a dim
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    • the other; rather the holder of each view should learn to understand
    • the idleness of the housewife. What is necessary is that each of these
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    • of his illness, and which is fundamentally beyond the reach of any
    • advance far enough to reach, as it were, the normal point of their
    • the part of a great teacher. If we study illnesses in this way we
    • would reach beyond our Earth sphere. Other forces than those which
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    • one instance or another without accepting any teaching from others.
    • teacher of Theology in the first Wittenberg period. The fact that I
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    • degree than the astral consciousness. We have now reached a still
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    • goal step by step, but that with each step we are trying to penetrate
    • made it possible for him to reach us.
    • delusions of Ahriman when we attempt to reach the spiritual origin of
    • reaching these higher worlds as speedily as possible, on seeing a
    • and death teaches us to do. And especially we, who stand on the rock
    • patient and wait until we have reached the required stage. For with
    • brought it about that the seasons of the year succeed each other in
    • when we have reached such a deadlock. For we now say that the forces
    • We have reached a deadlock, and it is well that we have been led into
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    • still just reach down into our astral body. We have said that it is
    • order would have to be specially arranged in the interests of each
    • single human being, so that each life should run harmoniously and be
    • is a universal law, and each experiences it for himself; but we must
    • each other, there are manifested certain complications in human life.
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    • peoples of Europe have been able again to reach those territories that
    • at this because anthroposophy teaches us a true understanding of these
    • incarnation. Occult teaching here shows that there is a connection
    • influence acted externally in human life. The fact that man reached
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    • a teaching which may in any way spread further; for only the
    • changed in ‘each fifty years’ of the nineteenth century, so
    • one particular epoch. The teachings of Spiritual Science on the other
    • reach where Spiritual Science is able to reach. The science of today
    • to a state which could equally be reached by silver or by
    • existence. Wherever you reach out and touch a substance, there you
    • reached upon earth. Having fulfilled his mission on earth, he evolves
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    • an event in a reasonable light, could we possibly ascribe what each
    • each separate human individual simply lives out his own karma? This is
    • with each other, and we must further enquire: ‘What relation does
    • nations must die out, so that the treasures each separate nation has
    • after wave, and each successive wave is both a continuation of the
    • of all this? Remember all that each nation experiences in its own
    • cultural impulses, each one lived its enthusiasms; but lived too in a
    • last, when the earth had reached its goal, it stands to reason that man
    • to perpetuate each civilisation. Here you see Lucifer drawing down his
    • each single word in the true occult records.
    • Creation, at the end of each day of creation comes the sentence:
    • Elohim that after each day of creation they saw that ‘it was very
    • attainment reached by the Elohim. They could on the Moon only see
    • of spiritual culture, who preach over and over again that this
    • clairvoyance, who, since mankind has reached the epoch in which this
    • karma not only from the teachings and presentations of Spiritual
    • the higher powers and so each man is placed at his post. Into the
    • We have now reached the end of this course of lectures, although not
    • the conviction that it is the most important thing. Each one who has
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    • each one, according to his own special nature, character, temperament
    • resolution of soul was reached. Significant and profound are the
    • places, they can be spoken so that in each place they mean something
    • connection in which they are uttered. Nothing that reaches out beyond
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    • — the ahrimanic and luciferic forces must balance each other in
    • worlds with each other. In human love whenever a person loves in the
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    • elemental world. What would happen? Each of the worlds has it's
    • soul must observe the requirements of each of the two worlds,
    • connect and separate your thoughts but, instead, each one of them in
    • thoughts become so alive that they themselves join each other,
    • separate from each other and lead a life of their own. We truly need
    • adapts itself correctly to the requirements of each world and does
    • extraordinary alliance with each other. If we have come into the
    • with each other. I will use a picture for what they do, but this
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    • materialism, to reach an understanding for such words about the
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    • would clasp her hands together and twirl her thumbs around each
    • wants to forbid the teaching of writing in the early grades, but he
    • must be brought into an harmonious balance with each other. In this,
    • that can be reached, for the understanding of number, above all the
    • things and the necessity for these opposites to balance each other. A
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    • teachings of Benedictus how the luciferic, the ahrimanic and the
    • middle condition cannot be reached without special difficulties: the
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    • within it, beyond the reach of our ordinary consciousness. As I have
    • Such a stage is reached by many seekers on the spiritual path.
    • through all this, Johannes Thomasius reaches the point described at
    • Eleven, the Temple, in the presence of Hilary, Johannes reaches what
    • development has reached.
    • soul's depths. And actually to reach the real ego requires living
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    • disappear from our circles. We must acquire, each one for himself,
    • self). Allomatics teaches the nothingness and nonexistence of the
    • the outer world. Before these forces reach the human soul, they are
    • the depths of his soul, his true ego. He reaches now the spiritual
    • nothing more will happen than that Lucifer and Ahriman balance each
    • to his own etheric body. Anthroposophy teaches the truth, that this
    • rightful place of the movement will not be reached unless we keep one
    • in each soul something that could awaken it and radiate as warm
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    • That which then presents itself to the occult vision teaches us that
    • catch glimpses of the primeval teachings that issued from that time.
    • measure, in every particular they are described: in each the kernel
    • ourselves to stray in the consideration of the nature of each
    • persons. What does it teach us? It teaches us that the same
    • teaches us that we have here to do with the same individuality as is
    • Christianity. That is a fact of an occult nature, for no one reaches
    • teach men: they will have to learn to take these forces into account
    • further and have had experience of the teachings of Anthroposophy, it
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    • grasp something like an answer to a question of such far-reaching
    • of different fish are produced yearly in the sea which do not reach
    • their goal of development, but disappear again before reaching it,
    • corn-field reach this goal?” Let us think for a moment of the
    • and that such a person reached
    • have reached a certain level; but those which must be wiped out by
    • two things correspond completely; they belong entirely to each other
    • reach their goal?” Is it possible for us to be sad about these
    • that all the grains of corn which grow there were really to reach
    • or beings well known to us may reach their present stage of
    • life-germs can really reach their goal. The others must go another
    • because certain beings sacrifice themselves before they have reached
    • without reaching their goal.
    • the fact confronts us that only a few beings reach their goal, so it
    • case of all who have reached the same stage of development.
    • life-germs which reach their goal can be compared to the many which
    • have reached their goal stand related to life-germs in general. These
    • person who has become clairvoyant has reached a point at which the
    • grains of corn which have not reached their goal. It is just the same
    • part that has been forced out of those life-seeds that do not reach
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    • aright at each moment of this life, is he worthy of being called a
    • but it is still an ideal held by many teachers with insight today. As
    • the Greek soul each word was rather an outer gesture of a full inner
    • were slaves, for teachers of their children, which, by Roman standards
    • also need the luciferic and the ahrimanic in contrast to each other.
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    • reached, would have been incorporated into the cosmos. They wanted
    • body, which would contain those members of humanity who had reached
    • the descendants of the old Atlantean teachers who were now working
    • long. Each of several nations appropriated the Jesus type and
    • each case there is a strong desire to represent Jesus in a national
    • Contrarily, you will find a resistance to this far reaching power of
    • special teachings, and how He undergoes suffering, death and
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    • following for the teachings that came from them. Like a single central
    • the correct way, the teaching concerning the secrets of the cosmos was
    • was reached by one or two steps running along each side. This
    • The teachings of Tezcatlipoca soon escaped from the mysteries and were
    • teachings of Tezcatlipoca were actually the most exoteric, while those
    • to lose oneself gradually in mankind and so come to see each person in
    • at a human society in which people only see each other externally when
    • future. Thus, out of this first impulse, the picture of each human
    • people would pass one another by, each brooding inwardly over himself
    • in a rich life of soul. They would pass each other without even
    • the urge that, in its one-sided cultivation, would drive back each man
    • the within should teach knowledge of the world. In these two
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    • was reached in the year 1840, that is, in the middle of the nineteenth
    • if he did not gradually evolve faculties suited to each period of
    • less involuntary. The force enabling him to reach a certain knowledge
    • but a first stage reached its conclusion in the middle of the
    • materialistic in a far-reaching sense. It is a materialistic
    • If, through contemporary science, one reached a knowledge of the
    • longing that had to be satisfied along materialistic paths one reached
    • literary knowledge could be reached without undergoing strict moral
    • demand it, think that they have really reached this conclusion from
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    • state organization. Thus do Ahriman and Lucifer play into each other's
    • stages of initiation were to be reached, further murders had to be
    • errors could not take place, the human being would never reach inner
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    • places within the sphere of influence of European authority. In each
    • were not to flee but were to stand firm. In each moment of their lives
    • of Philip's powerful will, he had reached the point of having no
    • Europe. They spread everywhere. In each single Knight was developed to
    • doctrine of metamorphosis. He begins the teaching of metamorphosis by
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    • “Well, here come thinkers, preaching all sorts of ideals, but
    • each member of the Order should realize that his blood did not belong
    • earlier age. What will a later age teach? Well, it will naturally not
    • space, and they enter into the imprints of each other. We have now the
    • reached reality. They came to reality precisely by the fact that in
    • an understanding can also be reached of what has to happen. In
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    • man, when the name for each of these streams is uttered, in each case
    • or another each individual has a part in this spiritual life: One,
    • reach a purified cultural life. For this reason Spiritual Science
    • amid all the confusion of very indefinite impulses, to reach ideals
    • among such Russians in their correspondence with each other, how they
    • the attempt to reach this clear thinking, and that, amongst many other
    • reached the most utter abstraction, it can no longer keep within the
    • opposition was made to the teaching given as Spiritual Science. And
    • upon what I teach from the writings of my opponents, but they are not
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    • found today among the clergy, among the preachers of the so-called
    • that they could not reach him directly with human perception. The very
    • endeavour to permeate each individual nation not with the new force of
    • present day that reaches humanity only as words born on the wings of
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    • have reached the height of being able to see into the Spiritual World,
    • intellect the reason of the letters following each other. Taken in the
    • Socrates a great age came in for Mankind, an age which reached its
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    • religious interest, a new religious experience, with attempts to reach
    • power of speech when a teacher of religion says: “True piety must
    • forward before the Holy Roman Congregation whether the teaching that
    • is termed theosophical is in keeping with the teaching of the Catholic
    • Cosmic New Year's Eve. At the present moment, it is essential to reach
  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture V: The Dogma of Revelation and the Dogma of Experience. The Spiritual Mark of the Present Time. A New Year Contemplation.
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    • the wish that each one of you may realize in the depth of his soul how
    • each one in his own place may co-operate as far as he can, in bringing
    • German. This is why their teachings were so enthusiastically received;
    • amongst the lower or higher ranks of the nation's teachers during the
    • must be evolved where the individual capacities of each man can be
    • the whole significance of such a matter? Nothing will help us to reach
    • self-activity or in the teaching of others, or in the furtherance of
    • are able to reach human capacities and forces. It is only if, without
    • each one can shape for himself — that through the souls and
  • Title: Lecture: Knowledge and Initiation
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    • ages succeed each other and vary in their demands. And thus the
    • reach to what is eternal in the human being and in the universe, when,
    • contemplation, we may indeed reach to a certain amount of faith or
    • natural science and modeled upon it — do not reach far enough to
    • that mysticism only reaches in a vague and unclear way and therefore,
    • reach that particular knowledge or super-sensible concept. We can
    • that once we have reached this stage after passing through Imagination
    • spirit in us. That is the plateau initiation science reaches when it
    • knowledge of initiation reaches; something that perceives the
  • Title: Lecture: Cognition of the Christ Through Anthroposophy
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    • the stage it has now reached.
    • conception of the world. It is one where the teachers themselves, not
    • so much in what they teach as in how they do so and in the whole way
    • reach anything else. Certainly there will be progress beyond
    • We have now reached the point where we should be able to understand
    • teachers of humanity were spiritual beings who taught, not through the
    • teaching through the physical ear, but through the spiritual
    • spiritual beings, the sublime teachers, taught mankind through these
    • divine spiritual teachers, humanity learnt to know the destinies of
    • pre-Christian mysteries and understandings and teachings of humanity
    • by the divine spiritual beings was a teaching principally of the
    • Golgotha, recognized that the old initiation and the old teaching of
    • beings, those from whom the ancient primeval teachers of humanity
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    • his being, with his psycho-spiritual part, he was to reach up into
    • which men could reach the sphere of Michael, so that with the help of
    • — radiant in spiritual vision, yet within the reach of ordinary
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    • this can only come about if the substance of its teaching — if I
    • is at all receptive to the teachings of spiritual science can have
    • is really only because their cleverness has reached such proportions
    • but it can be enkindled only by each within himself. What everyone
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    • festivals like Christmas or Easter exerted a far-reaching influence on
    • its particularly far-reaching social significance, we must naturally
    • reach by once more penetrating and entering into our relationship with
    • he reaches a point where his strength fails him and conditions have
    • example, of the type of Johannes Müller, Haeckel's teacher, who
    • sun-circles adjoining each other; and in this particular neighborhood,
    • to tell the members of his community what should be done on each day
    • reached only by ascending, in a certain sense, to the spirit world. In
    • instinctive wisdom of which I have spoken: they had beings as teachers
    • that some physical teacher is present; but they also knew that these
    • back to the teaching of these higher spiritual beings. That wisdom,
    • teachers as any sort of demonstrating instruction. Just as today, we
    • deal as though through inner growth — so the primordial teachers
    • his second teeth or reaches puberty at a certain age, so men of old
    • This occurred when the primordial teachers withdrew more and more from
    • way. And whither did these primordial teachers withdraw? We find them
    • teacher twirling the pin. Then the picture would have been true and
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    • to the reaches of the universe, and how thereby his earthly life, too,
    • the allotted time to consider each separate planet, nor is it
    • without in any way differentiating these realities from each other.
    • matter of post-war inflation, for example, the situation reached a
    • himself to cosmic reaches.
    • And indeed, the conclusions reached by anthroposophy and appearing in
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture I
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    • Thus he reaches what may be called etheric experience.
    • not come from thinking — for in that way one can only reach man
    • We can reach such a cosmic boundary if we really enter into the
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    • lived super-human beings who were the first great Teachers of
    • content of the teachings of these great superhuman Teachers at the
    • The same beings who as the great Teachers brought that
    • great primeval Teachers decide to leave the earthly sphere in which
    • physical embryonic and the spiritual existence interpenetrate each
    • other. They unite with each other; and in this way man comes into
    • it became necessary for these primeval Teachers of humanity to leave
    • therefore these primeval Teachers of humanity had to withdraw from
    • requires quite other word-pictures. After these primeval Teachers of
    • wise Teachers of humanity who now inhabit the moon made a contract
    • agreement made between the wise primeval Teachers of humanity and the
    • because, through the efforts of the wise primeval Teachers of
    • Thereby, through the great wise primeval Teachers of
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    • and out of each other. Experiences which lie far asunder in time and
    • It is a fact that when we have reached the age of nine years our
    • one will see in each wrinkle later in life how he formed these
    • of an enigma that man appears at this age having already reached a
    • Ye strive to reach me,
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    • knowledge that each crystal form existing within the earth is a
    • in each single one of these snow-flakes there is a reflection of a
    • ancient Saturn period, had reached a certain density. If such a thing
    • something which causes as much to die off in man each moment as is
    • Here we perceive two truths that mutually support each
    • in the cosmos uphold and support each other. This must be so when we
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    • the earth had reached a certain density and had acquired forces such
    • and reaches a tremendous size. Then it disappears again into the
    • had reached a stage similar in appearance to what it is now. The same
    • earth passed over into the moral impression. For each metal tells us
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    • perception the way in which the pupil was directed by the teacher to
    • These beings themselves mutually answered each other's questions. One
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    • everyday consciousness as strongly as is possible to each one of us —
    • been built for them over each abyss. And they were so deeply
    • this statue; each time the indentations were corrected. Often a group
    • Then came a time when each pupil was taken by himself
    • each one was again taken singly before the statue. But now the
    • alone, and during this silence and solitude each one really felt in
    • himself — at least it appeared that each one felt something
    • pupil the consciousness that he had reached beyond many illusions and
    • human head — so the pupil felt — he certainly reaches
    • ideas but he never reaches Being. Ideas are illusion, not Being.
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    • through in the presence of each individual statue to echo for a long
    • as if this whole landscape that he gazed upon were active in each
    • these two conditions followed each other. He looked, let us say, upon
    • what each condition is, thou must be able to distinguish exactly each
    • etheric inner experience of each one of these three conditions.”
    • here he had reached the middle point of existence, between death and
    • however, man with his being belongs, can be reached in the most
    • reached in the most manifold ways.
    • inwardly separated, so that for each single condition he should
    • consciousness, then he could reach to the middle point of existence
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    • whom I have spoken as the great wise primeval Teachers of humanity on
    • each individual part. For if you only observe a little, you will
    • as if each individual organ felt slightly different from before. You
    • And they reached their full flower in the period which
    • people journeyed from Russia, let us say, to Switzerland each year,
    • taken place historically. But cults, wisdom teachings as Hibernian
    • cults, Hibernian wisdom teachings spread abroad which were based on
    • be reached through that which was to be seen physically, when men,
    • ancient, marvelously great secrets, may he reach these secrets, but
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture X: The Chthonic and the Eleusinian Mysteries
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    • When we look back into those times we find a far-reaching spiritual
    • riddle was reached in the question: How does it come about that man
    • opposite sides, but flowing into each other, descend to the earth and
    • the cosmos, that teaching was given in Greece which later on we find
    • spiritual living being. Men then had a natural science which reached
    • happened with each single planet. Thus, in that statue which
    • Aristotle. He returned no more into the Academy to teach therein.”
    • those leading minds in civilisation — the teachers of
    • version of the teachings of Aristotle to the theological teachers of
    • it was still possible to teach at the time of Aristotle was not to be
    • teachings of Aristotle.
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    • would be inconceivable to think of Plato as the teacher of Alexander,
    • become the teacher of Alexander.
    • whose teaching led men away from the secrets of nature, whereas
    • with it. All instructions, all teaching which was taken seriously in
    • such teachings as were taken earnestly were so given that they were
    • indications the pupil was led by the teacher to discover within
    • the instruction in physics which his teacher gives him and what he
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    • planetary bodies they saw each single member of the planetary beings
    • Now this was still the teaching of the Kabiri in the
    • each individual being, so that out of the dissolved constituents new
    • be in drop-form. Each metal, if only the cosmos worked, would be
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XIII: Transition from the Spirit of the Ancient Mysteries to the Spirit of the Mysteries of the Middle Ages
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    • regions of the earth, and took different forms; each region of the
    • nature in which each single thing, each single occurrence, was a
    • able to reach the Cosmic Intelligences by whom the spirits of nature
    • but was not able through them to reach the Cosmic Intelligences. That
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XIV: Human Soul-Strivings During the Middle Ages the Rosicrucian Mysteries
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    • laboratories, figures of whom nothing reaches us by way of history,
    • not reach this highest, but from a certain point of view their
    • calculated and observed today; at that time each planet, as all else
    • moon as those great Teachers who existed on the earth in very ancient
    • same Teachers who today, I would say, send down their forces, their
    • as humanity evolved, to reach up to the Cosmic Intelligences. They
    • knowledge that in olden times it had been possible to reach out not
    • to attain this cosmic cognition, but that now they could only reach
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture I
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    • reached a certain — albeit provisional —
    • of view that perfection has been reached and that everything
    • — and reach what I have described as Imaginative
    • reach the stage of Imaginative knowledge, where pictures arise,
    • senses. One who strives to reach the stage of Inspired
    • life. And we must know in the case of each single organ to what
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    • interchange with each other. In the course of these lectures we
    • reaches the intestines and the other intricate organs in that
    • “food,” but I think we understand each other
    • this way will we reach the point of having insight into the
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    • lectures. Indeed, so far-reaching is this ratio that we may say
    • period when the human being reaches puberty, a new collision
    • surfaces. These two components collide with each other, but not
    • with the same rhythm. They collide with each other in varying
    • man's head organization developed to the point reached by the
    • point reached by growth in general (in so far as this is
    • our teaching.
    • false methods of teaching that are being researched today.
    • collide with each other, the one stimulating the other.
    • comments found in the literature that one can only reach a
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    • When we reach
    • corpuscles floating in the blood. Each of these corpuscles
    • each other better. You must naturally take such statements with
    • does not reach sufficiently to the periphery. The result is
    • reach them — if the organs are already formed incorrectly
    • polar opposites, and they are intimately connected to each
    • material does not lie fallow without reaching the renal
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    • when this faculty had reached its pinnacle; they were fundamentally
    • reach the point of picturing an organism that functions too strongly, for
    • have sketched here. Imagine that the first extreme did not reach the point
    • would not reach the point of getting totally out of himself, as it were, the
    • from a viewpoint reaching its understanding instead from a kind of
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    • either in relation to each other or by themselves, these phrases are
    • sleep each time a person falls asleep but rather continue to course
    • reached this point we are not far from saying that, if the later
    • this in reaching the correct place for a comprehension of the
    • same time as the aristocratic element has developed the teachings of
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    • full detail — he reaches the point of being able to perceive clearly
    • not simply differ from one another; they actually oppose each other
    • with the upward-striving force. We then reach an interesting stage, a
    • them back in the right way; they thus reach the periphery of the body
    • already been reached of what needs to be considered. In each different
    • striving to reach the functional element.
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    • reach a certain level, having its actual significance in the head.
    • bone formation, but this bone formation reaches its conclusion at a
    • comes to see how these two processes either support each other or work
    • against each other and therefore how a process in the human organism
    • mathematics the point has been reached of hatching such hypotheses or
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    • in an age when science has not only come into being but has reached a
    • does not take the point of view that perfection has been reached and
    • latest phase in biology pays special devotion — and reach what
    • all this clears up only when we reach the stage of Imaginative
    • to reach the stage of Knowledge by Inspiration enters a world of
    • know in the case of each single organ, to what extent it contains
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    • begin with, the course taken by the foodstuff. It reaches the
    • but I think we understand each other — we take in foodstuff
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    • things mentioned in these lectures. Indeed, so far-reaching is this
    • in the period when the human being reaches puberty, a new contact
    • play into each other, but not with the same rhythm. All that takes
    • life is the head organisation of man developed to the point reached
    • developed to the point reached by growth in general (in so far as
    • the teaching.
    • arising from false methods of teaching. Excessive strain on the
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    • above all, the iron-bearing corpuscles swimming in the blood. Each of
    • that we may understand each other. You must take such statements with
    • obtainable with silicic acid could not be reached with substances
    • latter does not reach sufficiently to the periphery. The result is
    • reach them, we may have to apply quicksilver. Because
    • supplied to the kidneys, instead of lying fallow before it reaches
  • 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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    • what Ricardo, the teacher of Karl Marx, has contributed to the study
    • other facts are found to be too far-reaching for comprehension within
    • anything about man's innermost being, science overreaches itself. It
    • its source in the teachings of modern science. But it is profoundly
    • science of economics as taught in the universities, has reached a
    • reach the social will. On the soil of modern intellectual life a type
    • of the community depends upon the manner in which each individual
    • particular training?’ The teaching, the schools, the
    • social structure will enable each individual to find the place from
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    • especially as regards general culture, education and teaching, an
    • spiritual life, including education and teaching, can never be
    • shall no longer determine the matter and manner of teaching. Only
    • those who are actually teachers, engaged in practical education,
    • the public schools up to the highest grade of education, the teacher
    • regards the subject or manner of his teaching. This is a natural
    • near to each other under the financial system of economy. This is
    • unite with each other as men. The principle of Association is a
    • of consumption, and decisions reached on how consumption needs can be
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    • towards each other, the employment of their forces, their capacities
    • follow of itself, the truth is that each one must ask himself the
    • been trained and refined. As people feel towards each other in
    • capable of determination through the fact that a person has reached
    • capacities in the teacher, in the educator, which by no means belong
    • handicraft, when each man worked at his own product and took pleasure
    • teaching and education as I pointed out yesterday and which I will
    • nomination of the best teacher to a particular post. Becoming a judge
    • will be something like becoming a teacher or an educator. Of course,
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    • when I was teaching for some years in a working-men's college, where
    • within reach of those unspoiled minds. From
    • depths of our own nature, deeper than those reached by mere
    • intellectualism, we only reach the upper strata of our own life. If
    • into direct connection with each other. As spiritual science is able
    • the churches, we may ask: What is the position finally reached by the
    • teaching as applied to modern human nature. An antiquated outlook on
    • the higher worlds is imposed by the religious teachers.
    • asked to deliver to the teachers who are to form the staff of the
    • didactics to the teaching-staff of this new kind of school in such a
    • and methods of teaching, must be superseded. It is true nowadays that
    • taken into account in teaching. All sorts of rules are produced for
    • knowledge of the whole man. The teacher of the future will know that
    • so communicated when the teacher, the educator, is animated by a true
    • the reason.? It is because the teacher is unable to take note of
    • teachers say emphatically that one should develop in the child a
    • teacher descends artificially to the understanding of the child, and
    • that manner of teaching has already become instinctive. If it is
    • understanding, what is overlooked? A teacher of this kind does not
    • back to his childhood and remembers: “My teacher told me such
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    • regulation, but by the living human beings themselves. Each member of
    • reached.
    • three — what each one needs. It is true that we must free
    • to reach a just determination of price as long as the means of
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    • these are sundered from each other by the abyss of the market,
    • when the climax was reached. We might describe what really happened
    • nations. This condition of things, therefore, reached its height at
    • imaginative forms, but reaches to the objective knowledge of the
    • to understand each other in the spiritual unity. Then, from the many
    • hatred towards each other, could have been seen, and the absence of
    • intermission, without any lessening of understanding each other, in
    • for by each one personally. There is much talk nowadays about the
  • Title: World Economy: Lecture I
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    • Now that people have knocked each other's heads in, instead of seeking
    • economy of the animal kingdom — does not reach far up into the
    • a single creature takes them for him-self. Man does indeed reach down
    • which is visible as light. That which reaches down into Nature would
    • Economics cannot be sharply defined in this direction: it reaches down
    • does not yet reach up into the sphere of economics properly speaking
    • is not all. They are changed in a different way in each organ: it is a
    • each substance in each single organ. We have a perpetual change of
    • economic process as a whole: and within this process each thing is
    • without saying that with each progressive devaluation of money, those
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    • help us to reach more concrete things. After all, you are accustomed
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    • of man — the feeling that each must have his influence in
    • Ages, it existed only to a very limited degree, but it reached its
    • centuries and reached its climax in the nineteenth century. Then the
    • fellow-men. We must realise how by this means each individual will, in
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    • Henceforth what formerly had to be done by each one alone will be done
    • by each individual in conjunction with the man who provides the cart.
    • Lsv. But we have today reached a certain conclusion
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    • Capital vanishes. As it reaches Nature at this point, it will not
    • before this point in the diagram is reached, the surplus Capital which
    • I wanted to reach this point in our argument today, in order that you
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    • above all things, teaching and education. Those who have to teach and
    • want to teach it should be under no illusions on this point. Modern
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    • teacher and give him a certain salary, we are (sometimes, at any rate)
    • Mutually incommensurable things are exchanged for each other in the
    • co-operation in each case. You need only summon the will and the
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    • each one of them must make a profit. For practical Economics it is far
    • What can each party make of that which he receives? What can he
    • quality; we must become aware how such a process works under each new
    • preaching: “If men will only become selfless, if they will only
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    • reaches the zenith of unfreedom in that embodiment of all political
    • exchange each of the parties has an advantage, or can have an
    • private economies with which it is now connected. Each party gains an
    • advantage, and the gain of each and all becomes significant for the
    • founded that particular stage had been reached. National economies had
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    • can one reach a valid judgment. Thus we must recognise that the social
    • are only these three kinds of money. Moreover, each kind of
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    • have to develop among the teachers and the parsons — or possibly
    • and the teacher and a parish clerk, we can at any rate conceive how
    • lessons, the parsons and teachers would have to do physical work.
    • required valuation precisely by observing that parsons and teachers
    • have to happen? You cannot appoint half a parson and half a teacher.
    • Therefore the parson and the teacher will have to spend part of their
    • and the teacher, there is not much of spiritual life in our village.
    • teacher are mediocre people: things will go on as they are. In the
    • other village the parson or the teacher, or both of them, are
    • spoken, has not been reached. Progress is only possible within a given
    • of which I spoke, has not yet been reached. The task then will be to
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    • compensate each other in a healthy way.
    • The great question is: How shall they compensate each other? In the
    • each other. Nevertheless, by taking hold of the economic process from
    • another angle, we shall find means of reaching such an assessment. For
    • 30 peasants gives to these three, or to each one of them, a token, a
    • have to give each one of them an amount of land corresponding to one
    • in fact this which gives to each individual thing its exchange value.
    • angels to begin with), to each of whom you have given his piece of
    • members of an economic whole which will be really visible to all. Each
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    • him to reach his goal.
    • the Ancient Persian civilisation. The teacher of mankind during the
    • mean is a much more ancient teacher of mankind. In those olden times
    • lofty teacher to continue for a long time to bear his name; and the
    • teacher of mankind was initiated in a most wonderful and remarkable
    • men of his time and teach them as an eminent and sublime initiate.
    • there was in a later time a man who came as near to the teachings
    • lived, and who was acquainted with the teaching of these three
    • of the teaching; he knew it as a tradition that had come down in
    • teaching of the three aspects of the Sun that to him that which
    • only by tradition. And the whole teaching seemed to him so sublime,
    • one of those who counted it a sin to communicate the Lofty teachings
    • threefold teaching of Zarathustra, Osiris, and Anaxagoras — the
    • teaching of the spiritual Sun; of the elemental Sun; and of Zeus, the
    • longer sufficiently protected from profanation. Many teachings that
    • which could be traced back to the very most ancient wisdom teaching,
    • far-off time when the spiritual teachers of man could still turn
    • evolution. This new initiation of which our anthroposophical teaching
    • Sun should teach him of the mysteries of human evolution.
    • of the Mystery of Golgotha does not lie in the fact that it teaches
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    • each other, you once again were in a sense the mediator. So did you
    • freer. For only by man's growing freer, will the earth reach her goal
    • The Ahrimanic powers will then gain access to man, and having reached
    • to each other.
    • could never reach the idea of ‘I’ without being able to
    • way we reach the idea of ‘I’ inasmuch as we cross the
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    • is different for each single human being. That, then, is the first
    • forces that reach him from the Zodiac direct, and the forces that
    • before you a meadow. From each single flower on the meadow —
    • what sleep could teach them by bringing them into relation with the
    • are below the Earth, whose forces can reach man only through the
    • Each
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    • each sphere in turn, — forces of Saturn, forces of Jupiter, and
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    • Ahrimanic. But man's knowledge does not reach to that which lies
    • behind the world of the senses, does not reach to super-sensible
    • but upon the influences that should be continually reaching man from
    • teaching of the Mysteries to aid him on his path; now he must turn to
    • man in the past. The first great teachers in the Mysteries were
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    • beings who die in successive times. From each of them in turn
    • twenty or thirty years after death, according to the age we reached,
    • duly active on his own part he can now reach into the spiritual world
    • knowledge in the human head; it does not reach the entire man, —
    • exchange our physical bodies. Indeed, the Earth could never reach her
    • are in fact emerging from the epoch when each of us had so to speak,
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    • him to reach his goal.
    • the Ancient Persian civilisation. The teacher of mankind during the
    • mean is a much more ancient teacher of mankind. In those olden times
    • lofty teacher to continue for a long time to bear his name; and the
    • teacher of mankind was initiated in a most wonderful and remarkable
    • men of his time and teach them as an eminent and sublime initiate.
    • there was in a later time a man who came as near to the teachings
    • lived, and who was acquainted with the teaching of these three
    • of the teaching; he knew it as a tradition that had come down in
    • teaching of the three aspects of the Sun that to him that which
    • only by tradition. And the whole teaching seemed to him so sublime,
    • one of those who counted it a sin to communicate the Lofty teachings
    • threefold teaching of Zarathustra, Osiris, and Anaxagoras — the
    • teaching of the spiritual Sun; of the elemental Sun; and of Zeus, the
    • longer sufficiently protected from profanation. Many teachings that
    • which could be traced back to the very most ancient wisdom teaching,
    • far-off time when the spiritual teachers of man could still turn
    • evolution. This new initiation of which our anthroposophical teaching
    • Sun should teach him of the mysteries of human evolution.
    • of the Mystery of Golgotha does not lie in the fact that it teaches
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    • freer. For only by man's growing freer, will the earth reach her goal
    • The Ahrimanic powers will then gain access to man, and having reached
    • to each other.
    • could never reach the idea of ‘I’ without being able to
    • way we reach the idea of ‘I’ inasmuch as we cross the
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    • is different for each single human being. That, then, is the first
    • forces that reach him from the Zodiac direct, and the forces that
    • before you a meadow. From each single flower on the meadow —
    • what sleep could teach them by bringing them into relation with the
    • are below the Earth, whose forces can reach man only through the
    • Each
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    • Ahrimanic. But man's knowledge does not reach to that which lies
    • behind the world of the senses, does not reach to super-sensible
    • but upon the influences that should be continually reaching man from
    • teaching of the Mysteries to aid him on his path; now he must turn to
    • man in the past. The first great teachers in the Mysteries were
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    • beings who die in successive times. From each of them in turn
    • twenty or thirty years after death, according to the age we reached,
    • duly active on his own part he can now reach into the spiritual world
    • knowledge in the human head; it does not reach the entire man, —
    • exchange our physical bodies. Indeed, the Earth could never reach her
    • are in fact emerging from the epoch when each of us had so to speak,
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    • their real meaning for us lies in the fact that each of these
    • does not, indeed, reach very far back — one can fall quite
    • incarnated during each of these ancient periods in bodies that were
    • absorbed in these periods of earthly evolution. With each succeeding
    • understand each other with reference to what follows, we shall call
    • but simply because each night they found themselves within the
    • but in exchange the old clairvoyance diminished with each succeeding
    • spiritual world, and with each new incarnation he becomes more and
    • souls actually come with each new incarnation into new conditions
    • distances they reached when they emerged from their lower selves. The
    • calls himself Jesus of Nazareth and who preaches to the people,
    • world; we can reach Him if we raise ourselves into that world. All
    • anthroposophical teaching should be transformed in us into the strong
    • mere theory. Of course, the teaching must be there; how would one be
    • were not possible to absorb them in the form of teaching? What is
    • essential, however, is that it should not remain teaching but rather
    • possibility of receiving corresponding teachings here on earth. There
    • Golgotha, of what was to bear far-reaching fruit in the spiritual
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    • a human being do not succeed each other in an arbitrary way but that
    • recall from what you have learned through anthroposophical teachings
    • something new from each existence on earth, always to receive new
    • make use of each incarnation, each earthly embodiment, in the right
    • already existed; they existed in different bodies, and each time they
    • teaching of the Rishis, continued to have special designations for
    • reached such a stage of development that they can, in the I that
    • teach spiritual science? Because phenomena will appear in the near
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    • one another; it is rather necessary to understand in what regard each
    • a time, Christianity had to set aside the teaching of reincarnation.
    • It was included in the esoteric teaching but could not be received in
    • There it was bound up with the teaching of suffering, which is
    • oneself why the great Buddha preached this doctrine. The answer can
    • and the teachings of Paul. Paul did not call the sensible world an
    • This teaching, which put the blame not on the physical,
    • more able to give his teaching all at once, because he referred to an
    • Paul had to instruct human beings that the work in each
    • incarnation is worthless, he almost had to overstate this teaching.
    • the time has come again to teach reincarnation and karma. We must
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    • when one knows that each of them has reached a quite different stage
    • impression of having come to a halt before reaching the normal,
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    • way through the teachings of Moses that one said to oneself: the
    • times, however, consciousness did not reach as far as this unified
    • way than when we hear how a remarkable man of lofty talents preached
    • depths of his soul? One can assume that this preacher was deeply
    • seemingly insignificant layman came to the locality where he preached
    • however, that rather than layman he became the preacher's —
    • that is, Tauler's — instructor. Even though he had reached such
    • a lofty level, the preacher Tauler suspending his preaching until he
    • Just as the age of Abraham and the age of Solomon followed each other
    • in pre-Christian times, so they follow each other in the Christian
    • of initiation yield as the great spiritual teachings about the
    • humanity out again. It is an eternal cosmic law that each individual
    • teaching according to which Christ in our century will become truth
    • physical faculties had reached the peak of their development, and
    • teachings of spiritual science, will carry these faculties through
    • understanding acceptance of the teachings of spiritual science one
    • the whole of spiritual scientific teaching, will not bear fruit for
    • teaching of the spirit as the content of their whole soul life —
    • were once able to reach and which seems to have withdrawn, are full
    • clairvoyant sight once reached but which withdrew during Kali Yuga.
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    • Even the teacher, the preserver of tradition, could not speak to him
    • performed by John in the Jordan and through the teaching itself.
    • times in the most penetrating teachings in the Sermon on the Mount,
    • teachings are in complete accord with the great teachings of primeval
    • Palestine. Man had reached a degree of maturity in all the members of
    • preacher and could make powerful revelations. To him came the layman
    • became Tauler's teacher instead, however, after which Tauler was able
    • if dead, as he preached. This is reminiscent of the events that
    • flesh, as some false teachings claim, for in that case it would be
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    • faculties have reached the point today at which human beings can
    • teachers, and I could listen to those great leaders and masters of
    • humanity could be so perceived that one could reach an understanding
    • theoretical teaching but rather that the signs of the times have
    • given us the task of teaching anthroposophy. In the West this message
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture VIII: The Etheric Vision of the Future
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    • The question often arises today as to why the teachings
    • centuries the teachings penetrated out of small brotherhoods and, for
    • not listen to the teachings of spiritual science, when they close
    • and earth had to separate from each other. The animal is earthbound,
    • about our usual tasks — so it is also in the far reaches of
    • the teachings of spiritual science and do not make use of what is
    • beings, however, regulate their social life according to what each
    • individual considers useful for himself. They run around each other
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    • absolutely essential, however, if we are to reach a worthy goal in
    • is this the case? Esoteric teachings show us that regarding his will
    • then mutually repel each other, thrust each other away. In every age
    • We have now reached the moment in time when the etheric
    • for our intellect to be stimulated and energized by this teaching
    • but, through this teaching, for moral impulses to be spread abroad.
    • Schopenhauer said, “To preach morality is easy; to establish it
    • been spread by preaching. It is quite possible to recognize moral
    • a sufficient number of people who increasingly teach morality and at
    • will of each individual.
    • Enlightenment, so it was said, the teacher will also be there to make
    • forms of Fire and Light. This teacher — the Maitreya Buddha —
    • will appear 3,000 years after our time and will be able to teach
    • the most significant teachings concerning the Christ being and the
    • form of speech does not yet exist. The teaching of the Enlightened
    • One will not stream into human beings as teachings only but will pour
    • that can combine with or separate from each other. What we call
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture X: Individual Spirit Beings and the Undivided Foundation of the World: Part 1
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    • of today cannot and do not wish to reach. They recognize that there
    • materialism has reached its climax. In reality, however, polarities
    • matters now, therefore, is to grasp spiritual teaching in full
    • materialistic teaching through brotherhoods. You must not be misled
    • spreads the teachings of materialism; it is concerned that people
    • has only reached etheric embodiment, and he will be put by the
    • discussions and plans. One does not reach the heart of the matter,
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    • otherwise it will be difficult to reach understanding of these
    • in influencing these events that are relatively independent of each
    • nothing to do with each other to begin with, but what then arises
    • rest of the earth in certain ways. Each realm of the earth differs
    • the work, and it emerged that each one could load twelve and a half
    • tons a day; thus from seventy-five men each, twelve and a half tons
    • because each man has his justification for existence. Taylor employed
    • selected when they completely recuperated in the pauses, could each
    • because immense savings were made and the wages for each workman
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    • him reach into the future. Yesterday, one of our members pressed into
    • With the old wisdom by which human beings have reached
    • each other: the representatives of the principle that was overcome at
    • These are the things that oppose each other. The one
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    • Quite another realm is thus continually reaching into
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    • that of the Copernican view. Naturally, each time only a few
    • are called alive and all who are called dead. It reaches from over
    • conceptions. All this is capable of preparing our souls to reach a
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    • across and the moment they reach the lower end of the green they are
    • each other and behold, the clothes are held in their form!”
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    • searching and striving in this way found his teacher almost by
    • chance. In those days one could not find a teacher by means of books,
    • This pupil found a teacher
    • such conversation took place between teacher and pupil, but I am
    • teacher and tells him of his earnest desire to be able to see into
    • The teacher began by
    • the colour suddenly turns numb and cold when it reaches the eye. When
    • not let the spirit of Nature through. And the teacher said: But there
    • And the teacher made
    • and Nature better. And the teacher and the pupil discussed together
    • One day, the teacher led
    • with his teacher he could see below him as it were a sea of cloud,
    • breath of morning in the air! Then the teacher began to speak to the
    • could take place, guided by the teacher, but in reality taking place
    • Christ becoming Man. Under the guidance of the teacher and because of
    • Once more the teacher led
    • teacher in the deep places of the Earth, not now in the Ether-heights
    • And again the teacher was
    • teacher.
    • and the meaning and significance of each for the whole. And he felt
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    • the experience that had been attained by the pupil when the teacher
    • short time before, pupils were still able to find teachers, like the
    • them, not a being of flesh and blood like the teacher whom the pupil
    • found the old teachers of the secret knowledge.” They could not
    • them; ordinary consciousness could not reach so far. It can readily
    • 1200 by the teacher who took his pupil to the mountain tops and to
    • of the whole teaching was set by him. Anxiety, however, was at this
    • spiritual science. But they are warm words of the heart, far-reaching
    • moral teachings; nor is there anything sentimental about his way of
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    • who seriously occupies himself with these great and far-reaching
    • have overthrown the old World-System (so did the teacher speak) and
    • happened in recent times? (The teacher is speaking to the pupil.)
    • century a further stage has been reached. What was still regarded in
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    • teaching concerning Man. A long time ago, on a spiritual path, I
    • is known and taught in all exactness a deep and penetrating teaching
    • by which he teaches them consist in certain geometrical forms, let us
    • Thereby he gradually came to the point where the teacher was able to
    • And then the teacher put
    • however could be attained. Something of the teaching concerning the
    • Such was one of the teachings given in this school.
    • Another teaching is also
    • very interesting. This teaching brought to light in a practical
    • said the teacher to his pupils — thus has man received this
    • special and definite teaching. It was shown to the pupil how when he
    • This insight possessed by Aristotle was the aspect of his teaching
    • This teaching still
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    • with each blossom, sprout with every leaf: with every seed we grow
    • shall have what teaches us how to take in hand the iron in our own
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    • soul of each one of us. We cannot understand our own souls, unless we
    • what we can find of the teaching and outlook of the last centuries of
    • reached. On the physical plane there is never any possibility of
    • giving to each its due value. Again and again we have spoken of the
    • As long as man dwells on Earth, there is always for each human being,
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    • of man was intimately connected with the spirit; each human being
    • the stars. And from this living participation, the way in which each
    • Astrology had a living significance for the experience of each human
    • thought it terrible that it did not fall each year, let us say on the
    • falls each year on a different date, a frightful confusion comes about
    • can only fall on a different day each year, because it is
    • resurrection, contained in the Mystery of Golgotha, should teach man
    • time we give each other presents and do certain other things as well;
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    • consciousness to Jahve, were well aware that they could not reach him
    • knowledge of Jahve, whom it was not yet possible for mankind to reach.
    • endeavour to permeate each individual nation not with the new force of
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    • Both things seem at first to have little to do with each other; no
    • nonetheless reaches again and again the same edge of a world out of
    • into this sheer natural state, a yearning satisfied each time by
    • reach a kind of stammering about such experiences. This is how the
    • deep-lying soul experiences for what reverberates in each different
    • one above the other. They became a ladder, reaching right up into the
    • experience; the physical body is influenced according to each aspect.
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    • of each bear and in this way killed them all. When the king saw this,
    • magic horse. At last they reached a castle made of glass. Long before
    • they reached it, they heard a buzzing and a buzzing and a buzzing,
    • each have a different relationship to the surrounding world, so has
    • each of these three members of the human soul its quite distinct
    • soul so that I cannot really reach it during the day.” When we
    • the dawn. They looked at each other and said; “Oh! what a long
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    • every human being who was about to reach initiation. For within the
    • through our initiation, the Christ whom we could reach by our ascent
    • that they might reach up to the Christ within the Sun, could no longer
    • Sun from a sacred place of the Mysteries so as to reach the Christ,
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    • thirtieth year a far-reaching metamorphosis took place in him. I will
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    • reached. In the external spiritual life — that is to say, in
    • Such teachings are sheer fantasy — that is what is said today.
    • had a charming young sister and who had reached a certain degree
    • monks who lay down the correct measurements of each feature in the
    • will befall if the souls of men cannot receive teachings concerning
    • souls two world-destinies confront each other. A battle wages in
    • Saint-Simon, mocks at angels and teachings about God. Christ Jesus
    • coming of the modern age it behoves men to ask weighty, far-reaching
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    • centuries and reaching a peak in the 19th century. This tide of
    • evolution did not reach the height that would have been possible for
    • them; they did not reach it, but for all that they rank higher than
    • deliberation. Men often cast scorn on what is out of their reach; it
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    • incarnations. Human beings will all be very different, but each will
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    • shows a comprehension for something reaching back to the Roman period.
    • times the teacher in the Mysteries spoke to his pupils somewhat like
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    • has reached the stomach, intestines, blood; they see the laws of nature
    • reaches of quite another condition of light? How, when I can no longer
    • they could reach the spiritual world. Thus was developed the art of
    • of the dead; or, as in the case of Greece, with the fact that each temple
    • so difficult to come into harmony with the whole of this teaching. Though,
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    • reaches, manifests here on earth. Poetry, then, was not an offspring
    • of the stars, by the way the planets moved past each other. In those
    • life has been split into three parts which have fallen away from each
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    • no further in the treatment of light; we must halt. For we have reached
    • danger of passing beyond the beautiful, there where he reaches the abyss
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    • above the grave. Here paths into the cosmic reaches are formed. An
    • is that of fresh peach blossoms in spring. No other color in nature
    • to expression in this peach-blossom-like color; and in it we can learn
    • lies the healthy vital peach-blossom flesh-tint. And just as we sense
    • in green the dead image of life, so we can feel in the peach-blossom
    • the peach-blossom-like shade.
    • experience green as the dead image of life; peach-blossom color, human
    • — it stops at “living.” Peach-blossom color, flesh-color,
    • peach-blossom tones, his pale-whitish color when his spirit plunges
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    • fresh peach-blossom color, we have the living image of the soul. If
    • use each of them as a self-contained image.
    • that reason I cannot furnish conceptual proof that green, peach-blossom,
    • as if each wants to have a contour within which to express itself. Thus
    • gentlest shadow; black the heaviest. Green and peach-blossom are images
    • gleam of revelation upon the image colors, peach-blossom, green, black
    • each individual color tries to convey. When we paint with blue we feel
    • By demanding this treatment, each reveals its character. Thus forms
    • fifth he reached up to the very limits of his physical body; felt his
    • child has reached the time of the change of teeth, around his seventh
    • direction. Each time I have a different sensation; something different
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    • teacher's task to give "soul milk" at the change of teeth and
    • has arisen to form the first beginnings of a College of Teachers,
    • teachers who from the depths of their hearts do indeed recognise the
    • realities of the body, so that as teachers of children we are quite
    • feel helpless. But as there is no science of the soul the teacher is
    • that knowledge of the human being must be the basis for a teacher's
    • good teacher you must say to him: Make Anthroposophy your foundation.
    • teaching and education. Our task is to introduce an education which
    • direction to education and teaching. That is what we shall do. But
    • and must learn something. Then one thinks how best to teach so that
    • admit this possibility, if I am a short-sighted teacher, having
    • each successive year had shoes made of the same size. The child
    • realise how different from each other the various ages are. The child
    • observe and note how each day, each week, each month, the indefinite
    • But the teacher should know
    • below. The teacher should be able to judge of this because he has
    • That is to say, your teaching must not be made up of isolated units,
    • artistically to the teaching of reading, and how this artistic
    • And when he reaches the age
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    • all education, e.g. in teaching of writing and reading, based on free
    • creative activity of each teacher. The child as integral part of his
    • environment until nine. Teaching about nature must be based on this.
    • The "higher truths" in fairy tales and myths. How the teacher can
    • This is what ordinary Physics teaches everyone. That which is outside
    • angry father or a hot-tempered teacher, then the vascular system, the
    • what you teach him, does not yet make any impression, except in so
    • it is so important, especially for little children, that as a teacher
    • acquire dexterity in all directions. Therefore what the teacher needs
    • teachers must also be able to develop this life of fantasy, for those
    • that can make him a really good teacher.
    • imaginative picture. Therefore in your teaching you must work in
    • we can work least of all in pictures if we are teaching the child
    • comes to school we take him into the classroom and start to teach him
    • to do. And if we teach him this before the change of teeth and set
    • course of the evolution of speech. Originally each sound had its own
    • image and each picture could have but one meaning.
    • ways and means of your own. The teacher must be inventive, he must
    • On no account should you teach reading first, but proceeding from
    • Europeans, communicate with each other by means of little devils,
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    • How to teach about plants and animals (seven to fourteen). Plants must
    • teaching be based on cause and effect, which is foreign to the young
    • child reaches his ninth or tenth year he begins to differentiate
    • about the plant and animal kingdoms which one can use in teaching.
    • you must not teach Geography and Geology by themselves, and then
    • the plants belong together, and that each portion of soil bears those
    • you will be teaching something which is quite unreal. This will have
    • find out what kind of soil each plant belongs to; the art of manuring
    • object-lesson teaching of the present day is utter nonsense.
    • to him by the kind of Botany teaching which is usually pursued,
    • greatest variety of soul qualities, and we characterise each single
    • between them (each possessing a different one). Man has a little of
    • each one. He is not as majestic as the lion, but he has something of
    • within him, but harmonised. All the qualities tone each other down,
    • that the animal possesses. Man reaches his goal if in his whole being
    • from the nose. A dog smells the special peculiarity of each thing. He
    • though each animal existed in an isolated way, but so that you always
    • teacher come in with a terribly long face they will be tempted to
    • method of teaching. Teachers who are always solemn will never achieve
    • from. this you will see that you can teach about the animal kingdom
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    • Development of imaginative qualities in the teacher. The story of the
    • on the right mood of soul. The teacher's own preparation for this.
    • should teach with descriptive, imaginative pictures, for what the
    • a feeling for the inward life of the soul. A teacher or educator must
    • you will say you ought never to be a teacher if you have to appear
    • I can be with them as a teacher though I am still awkward and clumsy.
    • chap. II.] The teacher or educator must thus take up his
    • a question of the teachers at all but of the children.
    • feelings within him. Nothing is more useful and fruitful in teaching
    • remain as long as possible with one teacher. When they come to school
    • at seven years of age the children are given over to a teacher who
    • the teacher is able to keep discipline in the class through his own
    • teacher in the Waldorf School, for instance, who could tell the most
    • immediately wanted a second. The teacher yielded to this wish and
    • teacher gave in again and prepared a third story for them. And at
    • last it came about that after a time this teacher simply could not
    • example I greatly admired the way one of our teachers handled a
    • has now improved very much). And lo and behold, while the teacher was
    • teacher had made a great fuss the boy would have gone on being
    • the result will be just as it was in the other case, when the teacher
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    • All teaching matter must be intimately connected with life. Thus in
    • counting, each different number should be connected with the child
    • of apples, a purse of coins. In teaching addition, proceed from the
    • every subject that you teach, so that you do not make use of things
    • in your teaching that are remote from life itself. Everything which
    • find today is that the ideas a teacher has are largely abstractions,
    • very great difficulties into education and teaching. Just consider
    • kinds of theories are thought out for the teaching of number and
    • or bead-frame for teaching. In a business office people can use
    • concern us at the moment, but in teaching, this calculating machine,
    • the child to understand every single thing we teach him. He must take
    • that are introduced into the teaching of today, you may well be in
    • in which your two hands can touch each other. For when this hand
    • take hold of each other, they can come together. That is different
    • call out another child and say: “When you two walk towards each
    • other you can also meet and touch each other; there are two of you,
    • teacher must have his eyes open wherever he goes and look at
    • once with a teacher who had got up to this point (in explaining the
    • the numbers follow each other. But the children should take an active
    • teaching the children numbers, out of the reality of what numbers
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    • child has impulse to model and to paint. Teacher himself must learn
    • Anatomy by modelling the organs. Teaching of Physiology (nine to
    • music from beginning of school life, wind or strings. Teaching of
    • consonants are imitation of external processes. Each language expresses
    • therefore you as teachers have a wide knowledge of the forms that
    • organism. It is therefore of real importance for the teacher to try
    • and do some modelling himself, for the teachers' training of today
    • moulding your teaching out of a knowledge of man. This is what must
    • very special in the human organism. As teacher and educator one
    • able to teach rightly. Here then the air enters the body, distributes
    • teaching singing or music with the clear feeling: every child is a
    • digestion into consciousness in our teaching, but I want to show that
    • sense picture of it. But if the violin could feel how each string
    • teaching is this artistic element of which I have just spoken.
    • school; as I say, as far as circumstances allow, each child should
    • only make all your teaching artistic, but that you also begin
    • teaching the more specifically artistic subjects, Painting, Modelling
    • and tenth year must be very specially borne in mind in the teaching
    • teaching for the child entering school, but he ought not really to
    • that fundamentally any kind of school teaching before this time is
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    • of science teaching from twelfth year only, and connected with real
    • - Imitation of life. Teacher' Meetings, the heart of the school.
    • is essential for us to teach in such a way that everything within the
    • through our teaching of plant and animal life. You can treat these
    • itself. You should not begin your teaching of Physics as set forth in
    • golden rule for the whole of teaching is that the child should not
    • education and teaching you must address yourself to whichever system
    • What is the result? The result is that with teaching of this kind the
    • familiar to them. You yourself, with the authority of the teacher and
    • through having discussed the subject with his teacher, and all that
    • principle. “Aliveness” in the teacher must pass over to
    • will see from all this, the whole of your teaching and education must
    • ordinary life, and if the school teaching is wrong, that is if we
    • have in reality. For each single prisoner who is sentenced, the 75
    • life. Then through your teaching reality will be carried back into
    • men's thinking, and the teacher has need to consider this very
    • you to make it a rule not to let anything come into your teaching and
    • surface. That is why it is so infinitely important for the teacher
    • that this may be so we have our Teachers' Meetings in the Waldorf
    • School which are the heart and soul of the whole teaching. In these
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    • How to teach children to draw a tree in shading, speaking only of light
    • Direct Method in Language Teaching.
    • for the other children. Plan of such teaching described, of which the
    • method of teaching? Or should there be no difference at all in the
    • indicated; here we examine how large each part is if we separate a
    • used in the teaching of the rudiments of number, e.g. the tables, in
    • regard to the teaching of drawing, it is really a question of viewing
    • And the teaching of drawing, as such, is only of real value when it
    • only when you begin to teach the child something like perspective, in
    • worst thing you can do is to teach the child to draw a horse
    • now finding that there are not only children but also teachers who
    • would like to join our school. There may well be many teachers in the
    • outer world who would be glad to teach in the Waldorf School, because
    • have been prepared for the teaching profession in the training
    • colleges. One gets a slight shock in the case of the teachers of
    • History, Languages, etc., but worst of all are the Drawing teachers,
    • can scarcely converse with the Drawing teachers: they are such
    • them, quite apart from the fact that they want to teach drawing in
    • these drawing teachers gradually turn into, simply because of having
    • against drawing teachers. I would like to put it thus: here is a
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    • reached by contemporary methods, i.e., through anatomy, but by the
    • (the teacher of Ernst Haeckel), who died in 1858, was able to overcome
    • reaches a certain point. The amoeba contracts and becomes immobile,
    • Comparative Anatomy as usually understood, realms only to be reached
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    • each force before reaching the point of interplay accumulates in the
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    • to the centre. Thus each motor nerve would have a complete double
    • must be, if we are to reach an objective judgment of the complicated
    • Take, for example, any embryo which has reached the gastrula stage of
    • middle, and each half rounds out and evolves the potentiality within
    • gastrula is cut in two, we find that each half behaves just as the
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    • that we shall only reach an adequate method of ascertaining the
    • external nature are found. You will thereby reach a more fundamental
    • operative in external nature, which reach their final manifestations
    • reach a starting ground for the support of all that needs support, in
    • approximates to the form which it reaches in mankind, the more evolved
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    • referred to does not reach our consciousness. And for this very reason
    • of diagram to their patients on each occasion of treatment or
    • this difference, that hairs resemble each other closely whereas plants
    • reached an angle of 180 degrees from the plant. This is significant,
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    • lower stage in the new year, what had reached a higher stage in the
    • the earth's surface; the plant emerges from the soil, reaching out to
    • outside the earth; and when this overcoming has reached a certain
    • Here we have a choice of two paths, each different in kind, and each
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    • early age and may reach a culmination in pneumonia or pleurisy in
    • treatment. Of course, it is obvious that parents and teachers are most
    • method of treatment. These people, when they have reached a good age,
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    • into the physical on the other. The sense of smell reaches outwards
    • metamorphosis of this aromatic activity, you reach the conclusion that
    • of the eye. In each one of our senses, we must distinguish between
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    • reach to our periphery and under certain conditions may affect the
    • until it reaches the bony structure via the nervous system and the
    • acting upon man which reach their tidal mark, so to speak, in the
    • They diverge and form a diverticulum before reaching the great dam of
    • the heart, also form a diverticulum before they reach the heart
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    • we reached a domain very far distant from our starting
    • substances can be treated. We reach a zero point, where the effects of
    • substances. Increase potency and you will reach a zero point; beyond
    • upon each other, without being welded into one another. Let us suppose
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    • human albumen; that the two are in fact polar opposites, and that each
    • of organs which we know as the kidneys. But each of the four systems
    • into the body; this process reaches its culmination in the teeth which
    • acids act as complexes of antagonistic forces, which neutralise each
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    • We can hardly hope to reach the understanding of tumorous growths,
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    • You can reach the conviction that this is how things stand from a
    • the delicate differences in these results, one would reach tremendous
    • organisation between birth and death; but they reach out into and must
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    • criticism should teach us a very great deal. Take an illustrative
    • therefore only very rarely reaches by intuition what ancient mankind
    • reached instinctively. But that is the course of evolution, from
    • teach and enable it to take the part it should in the telluric outside
    • to reach. This process we may behold in action, weaving as it were
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    • education and teaching should attach great importance to authority.
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    • This formative process of fluorine reaches its culminating point in a
    • influence is exercised on dental formation if we teach children as
    • bodies, each “going their own way” But the fact that in this extremity
    • With this we have reached forms of thought which may be of great
    • each of his disciples, but that He gave the same to all. The mere
    • somewhat spiritualised and we reach the stage of ceasing to try to
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    • back to the spiritual causes, we shall not reach the solution of the
    • and there must be a regulated rhythm for each human individuality
    • break through into the lower. This means that an etheric breach takes
    • have reached a certain equipoise. But in children there will of
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    • in order to reach something very near to us all. Among the written
    • Mercury and Venus neutralise each other, through the aspects of
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    • outward of the mineralisation has reached completion. It is opposed by
    • and argument. And indeed, whereever the far-reaching ravages of
    • illness in question, for each specific kind of bacillus appears under
    • enumerated one after another and each recommended for an entire legion
    • we have reached the end of this beginning, I confess that it is harder
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    • This course of lectures given to doctors and curative teachers contains
    • over each other or else the listener could go for a walk between
    • doctor and teacher have to do is to reject it and get beyond the
    • degrees and in which a part is often played by teachers —
    • for each such nexus of functions there is a corresponding activity in
    • there organs which are separate one from another and have each their
    • been living his earthly life? He reached the age of seven and got his
    • finally he reached the age of twenty-one, when the consolidation of
    • The body changes with each year that passes. We are perpetually
    • fact will be clearly perceptible, and we teachers must take note of
    • from the external world; and we teachers have opportunity to watch
    • being, then, reaches earthly maturity. He begins to take again into
    • descended from the spiritual world reached a kind of end at the time
    • dove-tailing of the thoughts into each other is faulty. We must be
    • people like this! Something holds him back, he does not reach the
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    • This course of lectures given to doctors and curative teachers contains
    • deranged thoughts the mirror is out of order. Teacher must have
    • above it. This applies as between teacher and child. How teacher can
    • books on the subject. How does he reach his conclusions? For he
    • teachers were then to give lessons in the manner of this science —
    • teachers, are permeated through and through with the feeling that the
    • work from the teacher upon the child? What can the teacher do? From
    • body. And we teachers must ask ourselves the question: What is it
    • Teacher
    • teacher's etheric body (and this should follow quite naturally as a
    • of the child, and the teacher's astral body the etheric body of the
    • child. The ego of the teacher must be able to influence the astral
    • come next to the spirit-self of the teacher, and you will be thinking
    • is the law. The spirit-self of the teacher must work upon the ego of
    • the child. And I will show you how, not only in the ideal teacher,
    • but often in the very worst possible teacher, the teacher's
    • child must receive the influence of the teacher's health-giving
    • teacher must be of such a character and quality that he is able to
    • impulse comes to a standstill before the actual deed. If the teacher
    • every trace of subjective reaction, the teacher educates his own
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    • connection with each one of them and, in the normal human being, is
    • meteorological processes in the air have each their own peculiar
    • co-operate with the teacher. For we shall not get to the heart of the
    • in each single earthly life. This has a very significant result,
    • learning to speak! For imitation reaches into the most intimate
    • of this; we must never forget it. If teachers and parents in the
    • each individual case, to see just how the child does the things, then
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    • death process. Anxiety among teachers caused by their training. Need
    • child. Alternation of depression and sense of well-being. Teacher
    • and encouragement. The best self-education for the teacher.
    • you have an organ with its ether body within it. For each single
    • has to reach out into something in regard to which he is
    • teacher, on his part, is able to bring to the child in his own
    • something. Suppose you are a very nervy teacher, a person who is
    • teachers. If I may use a frivolous expression — are not most
    • teachers today inclined to be “jumpy”? This state of
    • avoided, so long as the training of teachers continues to be as it is
    • undigested knowledge. Those who take teachers' training courses (we
    • are concerned here with the training of teachers, so I say nothing
    • teacher — must be avoided. And do you know why? Because the
    • teacher must also be capable of inducing shock, consciously and
    • the teacher watching intently all the time to observe the effect on
    • must do the thing over and over again, preparing your whole teaching
    • teaching in your own hands. If, let us say, every three-quarters of
    • plans will be frustrated. A form of teaching for abnormal children
    • Waldorf School — period lessons where, during the main teaching
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    • the head and metabolic systems. Impressions in the head system reach
    • itself in the fact that it was not easy to teach him anything; he
    • them in a certain direction. But this the teacher must achieve; and
    • study, let us say, every possible form of nose! Each person has a
    • for example, take the following form. The teacher says: “Look,
    • Teacher: “But you must look at the red.” Child:
    • “A lovely watch!” And now we try repeating, each time a
    • class. And now perhaps there is a teacher who has a voice like
    • fixed ideas. It would never have happened, had the teacher only known
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    • inclination to start working upon the nourishment that does reach it,
    • the time when I was engaged in teaching, an abnormal boy of eleven
    • activity, that belongs to our time, reaches only into the bones —
    • School.) If we teachers are bent on having everything left perfectly
    • On the other hand, it is of very great importance that the teacher
    • to each single movement they are making with their hands, to see that
    • This requires that the teacher shall be himself fully “there”.
    • the teacher is wide-awake and on the spot the whole time, not
    • of doing, on each single occasion, just what that particular occasion
    • Beware however of trying to reach the result by force, by driving it
    • nature of each particular sound, and be absolutely at home in
    • to writing by way of painting. We shall therefore begin our teaching
    • teaching of backward children, the importance of the need cannot be
    • the first and most essential qualification for a teacher of these
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    • have painting; he is just about reaching school age. Progress with
    • been reached when the outside coverings — the walls — of
    • means, you see, that by the time the child reached the third year,
    • wanting to push the astral body through; but each time he puts forth
    • acid influences that reach it.
    • fact reached a kind of crisis, that is expressing itself inwardly in
    • to receive regular teaching on a right and sensible method, such as
    • Supposing you decide to appoint, instead of one teacher, a whole
    • staff of teachers to train actors for speaking on the stage,
    • assigning a particular task to each member of the college —
    • little fellow could quite well be trained to teach the actors the
    • principle must be observed throughout all the teaching we undertake
    • although he was no child! — who had a habit of emphasising each
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    • school here; and then each child is left free to fill in the picture
    • however quite hopeful that after a certain point has been reached, we
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    • and disliking. Authority of teacher especially needed. Early
    • language. Teacher must attend to speech and gesture.
    • all possible directions, and each single case is a case by itself.
    • teacher to awaken in the child the feeling for the good — the
    • teacher with devotion. The teacher will then speak of things that are
    • natural acceptance of the teacher's authority. If this is necessary
    • the child has trust and confidence in the one who is his teacher; and
    • this right relationship between child and teacher can be relied on
    • able to look up with love and respect to his teacher (for parents, as
    • spread out in the organism, reaching the periphery with a lighter
    • on this occasion. News reached me from another quarter that the child
    • man reaches only as far as the ego organisation, and so we have no
    • reach as yet only as far as the ego organisation; but not all the
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    • deep observation to be cultivated by teacher. Epileptic boy of
    • teaching arithmetic, give the minuend and subtrahend, but instead the
    • new film; his interest would have had to reach beyond what lay
    • to teach him reading and writing; it was on the Montessori method,
    • arrest it before it reaches the ego organisation. This result can be
    • all around, a sulphur-aura, which pales and bleaches the hair and
    • to him; and having first had a good look at each in turn, talking with
    • of this visit were noted down, and provide in each case a most
    • the course of each day, diluted in the proportion 1:8.
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    • particularly important that the teacher shall have made the right
    • reach the point where rhythmical impressions are able to act upon the
    • observation. Each single person who is helping in the work must
    • wants to come with the child. (One of the teachers interposed: “She
    • which the members are put together to compose man, differs in each
    • once again these three are found near to each other. In the case of
    • occupations. Try to impart your teaching without requiring the use of
    • ours fail to reach the number made by Haeckel alone. A pedant, a
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    • that every animal represents an illness. Meditation for the teacher.
    • environment. In the flower however begins a life which reaches out,
    • possible diseases, and that each single animal, rightly understood,
    • effective for a teacher is the one I gave here two days ago.
    • each his child on his arm. The Egyptians, when they moulded the
    • arms, fondling it and caressing it tenderly. And now, if the teacher
    • the great end they all have in view, while each of them fosters
    • part of each participant to take his right place within the work as a
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    • it on each occasion is certainly not necessary, because
    • know it through our memory, which reaches back as far as a
    • when we have reached this intensified thinking, and have
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    • process and that this process at last reaches a certain
    • study each individual organ as
    • to substances each in its own distinct degree.
    • that process too little silicic acid has reached the kidneys,
    • silicic acid alone it would, however, not reach the kidneys.
    • if it reaches the required spot by being prepared in a certain
    • and their respective interchanges with each other, there can be
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    • rhythmic system is the mediator between the two. Each of these
    • members. But each system is permeated by the other members in a
    • gives quite different teaching in regard to cosmology to that
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    • memory, which reaches back as far as a certain point in our
    • when we have reached this intensified thinking, and have
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    • at last reaches a certain point — let us say in the
    • disintegration, but really study each individual organ as
    • necessity, processes related to substances each in its own
    • silicic acid has reached the kidneys, we must do something
    • would, however, not reach the kidneys. Equisetum also contains
    • administering something which, if it reaches the required spot
    • interchanges with each other, there can be brought about,
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    • But each system is permeated by the other members in a
    • different teaching in regard to cosmology from that given by
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    • Already, as I have shown, a certain stage will have been reached when
    • against losing the power to sleep, while one is striving to reach this
    • of I am”. As hearing, sight, taste, etc. each have their
    • that it is only possible to reach it by means of the spiritual vision
    • They were so organised that those who were set apart as teachers did
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    • against losing the power to sleep, while one is striving to reach this
    • of I am”. As hearing, sight, taste, etc. each have their
    • that it is only possible to reach it by means of the spiritual vision
    • They were so organised that those who were set apart as teachers did
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    • things to-day involve vast, wide-reaching problems, which we
    • south-pole magnetism: each positive has its negative; Capital
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    • of time each human being was able to stay awake during the
    • Venus, Mercury, and Vulcan oracles, each with its great
    • mysteries and teachings. Toward the end of the Atlantean era
    • teachers.
    • India, where they became the founders and great teachers of
    • the prehistoric Persian culture through the teachings of
    • Zarathustra, that is to say the teachings of the original and
    • belief, Zarathustra teaches, is false because behind the
    • as goes Zarathustra's teaching, some day this Being
    • but the most profound teachings he imparted to two of them.
    • was able to carry the astral body of his teacher; and he was
    • the great teacher and sage of the Egyptian Mysteries. Born
    • laid the groundwork for the entire body of the teaching of Copernicus,
    • teaching is not yet quite as ripe in Cusa's books as in those
    • — Nazarathos, who in turn became the teacher of Pythagoras.
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    • teachers of Christianity to see how they emphasized physical
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    • considered to have reached the heights of contemporary
    • and so on. However, the teachings of the ancient Holy Rishis,
    • Being beyond their cognitive reach. They spoke of a Being who
    • the successor of a great teacher or humanity took the name of
    • external teachings of Zarathustra, but there is more to be
    • Nazareth was woven into the etheric body of each of these
    • of Jesus is not incarnated in such an individual; each
    • are conveyed in each era and how they are propagated in the
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    • world. It was therefore not difficult for their teachers
    • evolution of humanity reached the Greek period, human beings
    • esoteric teaching.
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    • continuation, but their teaching was not a dull doctrine like
    • state of illumination that enabled him to reach into the
    • teaching. What we see in him is a sort of higher materialism
    • taught, is still teaching, and will be teaching to the end,
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    • observation of our immediate present teaches us that this
    • clairvoyant, had reached a high point during that time, but
    • had reached a special climax.
    • world reaches into our time and promotes further progress on
    • discoverers today have reached the culmination, in a sense,
    • establish far-reaching ideals, it is worth the effort because
    • is the teaching that spread as the teaching of Buddha, some
    • together who love each other. The suffering that could arise
    • through the separation of those loving each other is overcome
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    • Faust, the representative of striving humanity, has reached
    • the Buddha, was a great oriental teacher who made many
    • disciple, Kashyapa, who was able to understand his teachings,
    • teaching of Buddha and one of his most important successors.
    • new teacher and leader of humanity and who, when he had
    • reached the zenith of his preordained earthly existence,
    • poles in the human evolution meet each other: the macrocosmic
    • could not teach what one might call the self-induced
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    • who, upon reaching the summit of his earthly existence, was
    • preached to deaf ears and would not have been understood by
    • hundred years each before and after the birth of Christ. We
    • cannot be suffering because the Christ-Impulse teaches us
    • teaching by the great Buddha that life is suffering. No other
    • teaching without knowing the historically transmitted facts
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    • spiritual world. The Spiritual Scientific teaching of
    • supposed to reach an understanding of it through its own
    • powers of judgment. This teaching is being directed to those
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    • that one accepts its teaching as satisfying and far-
    • reaching. We cannot have the fruit without the seed. What we
    • teaching can in a very definite sense become the content and
    • substance of one's life. Spiritual scientific teaching
    • study means that the soul reaches out beyond the concerns of
    • teaching, we are transported into another world. Our ego is
    • reached its ultimate maturity in Graeco-Roman times. This was
    • teaching of a Buddha was still necessary for the people of
    • preach against the thirst for entering the physical world.
    • However, he was preaching at a time when the soul still had
    • itself into the spiritual worlds. Buddha preached to human
    • Such teaching
    • still inspired by the teachings of the Holy Rishis,
    • in incarnations. He had been initiated into the teachings of
    • memory of the teachings of the Holy Rishis from a previous
    • before he could become the teacher and inspirer of the people
    • the teaching that emanated from the Akasha Chronicle, the
    • teaching of the “I am the I am.” (Ejeh asher
    • of Chaldaea and became the teacher of Pythagoras under the
    • human evolution weave themselves into each other. Zarathustra
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    • in this world. It is not our task to preach ideals but rather
    • founded ancient Persian culture and who was the teacher in
    • Asia, and later he also became the teacher of esoteric
    • ideals. To look up to the individuals who had reached such a
    • earth, and they are in each case tied to different planets
    • Each of these
    • have reached a state of rigidity and lignification. However,
    • spiritual world. He had to teach his disciples that the
    • words carefully: No longer shall the teacher of falsehoods,
    • will experience evil things when the course of time reaches
    • only his teachings, but also his own nature. Such a transfer
    • leaders. On the one hand, we have the teachings of Ahura
    • Nazarathos, and he became the teacher of Pythagoras, who
    • teachings nor the events that took place in Palestine, but
    • allowed them to be such dynamic teachers. They worked from a
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    • of Christianity long before missionaries from Rome reached these islands.
    • already reached is culminating point. Yet this way of thinking, which
    • Do we die in the evening and are we reborn each morning? Or do we
    • such circles are still to be seen lying very close to each other. Even
    • shadow is cast beneath each stone; and the path of the sun could be
    • and the tides ebb and flow each day, where the wind blows through and
    • you reach the top and the Druid circles lie before you — there
    • only the physical rays of the sun from reaching other bodies, whereas
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    • of Christianity long before missionaries from Rome reached these islands.
    • What was the source from which these teachers of the Mysteries drew in
    • after-feeling, but Initiation gave the Mystery teachers, who were the
    • sleep each night — the waters of the weaving astrality of the
    • Mystery-teachings which showed him that Nature also was permeated by
    • actual reality — they would never have reached the consciousness
    • older teachers not to give way to this feeling; when he began to feel
    • moment, just after he had reached the heights of ordinary science, he
    • reached his head — the organ he had developed to so high a level
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    • of Christianity long before missionaries from Rome reached these islands.
    • forces which, reaching under the Earth, lift man out of earthly
    • geological stratum to reach a particular thickness, then, if we are
    • and so reach the conclusion that some epoch, the Silurian or Devonian
    • already reached a considerable age he suddenly became ill with some
    • development; in a definite period it will have reached a definite
    • condition; then we calculate how long it would take to reach that
    • heads of the teaching departments and the most distinguished
    • was reaching its climax and coming to its fullest flower, he spoke of
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    • of Christianity long before missionaries from Rome reached these islands.
    • worked in a far-reaching sense as Nature-forces in man; and what man
    • those times each single remedy bore witness to the reconciliation of
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    • if they were not formed in full consciousness. Schoolteachers can be
    • dislike are innocent, so to speak. When such a teacher dies, one sees
    • reflect, when the teacher dies, that he ought not to go on hating him,
    • not think abstract thoughts, but think each thought out clearly; that
    • preacher, constantly addressing the public from his own religious
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    • teaching a few abstract truths, for it will influence mankind in such
    • eventually reach its destined stage of perfection.
    • should only be developed if at the same time the teacher is determined
    • experienced teacher will not easily allow himself to be persuaded
    • and here we reach an interesting point — showing how necessary it
    • but seldom that anyone is able through his spiritual teaching to look
    • present time who can do so. This has generally been reached by other
    • will be on each pillar a challenge, a stern request — to do
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    • The teachings given in the Mysteries made a profound impression upon
    • alive in ourselves at each of the four great festivals of the year,
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    • the teachers of the Mysteries gathered their pupils together, and as a
    • (orange). Both were to be reached only through initiation, yet
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    • rhythm: a physical-material, a spiritual, a working-in-each-other of
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    • teachings. To begin with, we must be quite clear that the humanity of
    • The great teachers of the Mysteries simply accepted this as a fact.
    • Mystery teachers said to themselves: “The human consciousness
    • reaches on the one side to the plant life [see drawing], which
    • shaping and imaging elements which reached a climax in the festivals
    • reached its culmination, its festival expression, at the time of the
    • rested there. And at Christmas time the Mystery teachers caused the
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    • belonged to them as their ego. Only in this one quarter, which reached
    • approach to this “I” was undertaken ceremonially, each man
    • when light and warmth reach their highest point.
    • were reached toward him at this season. Everything that man believed
    • teachers, they were given certain mottoes of which we find adaptations
    • become mottoes, the teachers said to them — just as at midsummer
    • each in its turn, everything that he is not to be. We do not, however,
  • Title: Lecture I: The Balance in the World and Man, Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • experience reached a kind of culmination in the Greco-Latin epoch, we
    • world, so to expand his consciousness that it reaches into the
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    • spoke of it as having three limbs that reach out in an easterly
    • perception the impulses that reach us in this way, or when we feel
    • from the other are trying each to grasp something for himself, The
    • separating the two from each other.
    • a barricade against the upward pressure of Ahriman. Ahriman can reach
  • Title: Lecture III: The Balance in the World and Man, Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • unconscious. The Ego does not reach fully down into speech. When we
    • hold the scales and each of which at certain times brings extra weight
    • Thus we see how right and duty show each of them a state of
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    • Reach to
    • pluck each swelling moment, ripe
    • leagued in sweet pastimes, brothers and sisters would twine each
    • Ere it doth reach
    • Around each other twin’d the bonds of
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    • speaks from greater depths than are reached by his ordinary
    • reach mee? doth my worth decay?
    • Or doe they reach
    • this rhythmic system, two rhythms interpenetrate each other in a
    • the breathing-process. As we shall see next time, each single
    • verse-form, each single poetic form including rhyme, alliteration,
  • Title: Poetry/Speech: Lecture III: The Art of Recitation and Declamation
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    • interpenetrate each other in the human organism something of which
    • Thus both trees and each thing ells, be the
    • Throws each portion to Tuoni,
    • of unconscious condition. It is not allowed to reach this state,
    • singing-teachers. The essential thing is that what should stay in
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    • which he can give expression to what reaches him from the poet only
    • show up in its response to the different languages – each
    • Each
    • four pulse-beats to each breath and this, of course, is the natural
    • from some thing one longs to reach. A slowing-down of the words,
    • far-reaching way meets us again in an intimate mood when the
    • ungeachtet
    • the shore and, running up the sloping beach, reckless of the sharp
  • Title: Poetry/Speech: Lecture VI: Speech-Formation and Poetic Form
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    • may reach your
    • each
    • the garments to dry on the beach in the glare of the
    • Her might follow as guide and reach
    • pulse-beats, four beats coinciding with each breath. This is an
    • four pulse-beats taking place in each breath and consider their
    • revealed the several forms of verse and prosody. But each time it
    • each gentle step. To have and to hold –
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    • So teach us to number our daies: that wee
    • count each vitall hower
    • important thing in teaching recitation and declamation is that the
    • Each one to sound his instruments of music in
    • To touch each other & recede, to cross &
    • The Starry heavens reach no
    • occurrences in a human soul who reaches this stage of
    • reaches of the universe.
    • shall pervade each other
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    • that is reached both through knowledge and through a whole style of
    • education and teaching-practice. Certainly all the lectures that
    • of education and teaching in general. But when confronting art
    • Be still! – No, rather let each voice
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    • syllables to the unit of breath. And these will then balance each
    • never reached the town.
    • The loud wind never reached the ship,
    • Around, around, flew each sweet
    • His heavinly justice, yelding each their
    • Mountaines echo each at others joy, See on
    • reached, however, only by one who everywhere sees spiritual
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    • Each loathed the other while life
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    • is that it will always wish and hope to reach an understanding with
    • that should rest in the personality, the individuality, of each man
    • must be awakened in each individual as a quite personal concern; and
    • an understanding with each other in life concerning the Christ can be
    • each Jesuit pupil had been sufficiently strengthened.
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    • the teaching of reincarnation and karma, of repeated earth-lives, was
    • excluded for many centuries from the external, exoteric teachings of
    • Christianity. In the thirteenth century the teaching of reincarnation
    • death. One could reach this stage and acquire exceptionally high
    • concerning the illuminating teachings of reincarnation and karma.
    • participate in each epoch of human evolution, if human progress is to
    • from the stage reached by the most highly developed thought of the
    • we can learn from intuitions given to us by modern occult teaching.
    • the Bible but a picture that each man experiences through having
    • bring them forth out of the Holy of Holies of the soul. No teacher is
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    • concept of the Adept as we have it in theosophical teaching? In the
    • he won for himself high powers and reached a certain climax in his
    • do they give when they wish to teach the connection of the human soul
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    • upon us, can in fact bring about for each one of us an inner
    • and phrases of Christian teachers are often abstruse, we can see
    • clearly that these teachers stand in reverent awe before all that
    • Christian teachings. The reading of such writings is a good lesson
    • can no longer reach that which the Gospels wish to indicate. To a
    • What, then, has been done towards reaching an explanation of the
    • something for which the first Christian teachers felt a reverential
    • in the genuine Christian teachers a feeling of their own
    • has passed between teacher and pupil.
    • happen if the teacher simply prepares the pupil, and the pupil allows
    • which the first teachers made many mistakes. It will then appear
    • Because souls have gone through at least one period of teaching, one
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    • some definite moment in the past, we shall reach a quite remarkable
    • utterances of Homer reach back into the period preceding the fourth
    • of existence? Into an existence described in the Buddha-teaching as
    • diagram of the Buddhist teaching of reincarnation, so that it will
    • reached the stage of developing his Ego. It was added to his physical
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    • complicated; the truth must be brought directly to each person in the
    • for the understanding of Christianity it is essential to reach an
    • been raised, then our preaching is in vain, and your faith is in
    • conception of the world. This breach in what I believe to be the
    • hand we see quite clearly that the great teachings of the life of
    • tomb. They both ran, but the other disciple outran Peter and reached
    • who reached the tomb first, also went in, and he saw and believed;
    • (which means Teacher). Jesus said to her,
    • An assertion such as this, made by Paul after he had reached the
    • we have reached the point of knowing that Paul demands something
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VII: The Mystery of Golgotha, Greek, Hebrew and Buddhist Thought
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    • connected. Now in Buddhist teaching the real being of the Ego, which
    • teaching, but that is not the point. For such things as I have quoted
    • very unusual way. A kind of Folk-Ego lived in each single member of
    • penetrated as far as the separate individuality in each man. Why was
    • Each part of the
    • say, ‘I had to assent to the real Pauline teaching about the
    • occult investigations, which reach back through reading the Akashic
    • for example, no one would have preached the annihilation of the
    • teaching to be given, it was necessary that the decadence of the
    • reached a stage where the decadence of the physical body was at its
    • each of these new bodies as having an intimate connection with the
    • upon our souls what is in very truth the Pauline teaching, we come to
    • a new teaching — this must be specially emphasised — and
    • at fault when they say again and again that the teaching of Christ
    • Jesus has been transformed into a teaching about Christ Jesus. It had
    • human evolution had been reached, the Christ-Being incorporated
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    • teachings. It is characteristic of such an individuality, who rises
    • Buddha today does not depend on the handing down of the teaching that
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    • point must be reached in any trend before a new light comes in once
    • karma, bound up with the whole teaching of repeated earth lives and
    • teaching concerning repeated earth lives was lacking, and thereby a
    • the idea of reincarnation — reached all that man can reach of
    • interesting Theosophy — was the teaching which influenced
    • we cannot reach an objective appreciation of Christ Jesus; we come to
    • Christ-Event. For anyone who believes that he can reach the highest
    • wished to teach. When in the future course of evolution people look
    • evolution of humanity, but for each individual man. We shall be able
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture X: The Esoteric Path to Christ
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    • myself before you.’ And so would each being that climbs upwards
    • been able to reach the height I have attained.’ When the person
    • each according to his karma — will have seen how he could
    • accounts of each Ego, but in every case the balancing must be
    • teaching of repeated earth-lives is apparent only when we understand
    • when men were least fitted to comprehend this teaching. In the later
    • without being able to indicate the teaching of reincarnation.
    • teaching of reincarnation concerns humanity at large, whereas in
    • given to him as teaching about reincarnation into a path of
    • given to humanity in each epoch. We see from history that new
    • Christianity and the teaching of reincarnation.
    • teaching of successive incarnations. We have reached a time in which
    • not depend on what teachings are promulgated or find a new foothold.
    • the individual, as soon as he has reached a certain age and has
    • will not. A man will understand it if he has carried the teachings of
    • approaching times. And the teachings given on earth will increasingly
    • pupils, among whom was one who became the teacher of the writer of
    • humanity could reach their goal.
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    • not in a position to rectify them; in other words, we could not reach
    • spiritual world. More and more he will not only teach that the highest
    • those who entered it through the portal of death. Each one felt
    • is the mighty Teacher of those we name the “Masters of Wisdom and of
    • teaching that the astral body of Jesus of Nazareth was preserved and
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    • representative of man aspiring to reach the heights of existence. In
    • that is repellent to me! He reached the stage of following his own
    • time in the teachings given to his followers and pupils by
    • distinguished from each other. For Lucifer is a Being who detached
    • st