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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • has been the common experience of all who have earnestly subjected
    • the first step in the direction of higher learning, a person must free
    • it completely. One must learn to love such sentences. If a person
    • all but that he learns to love it more and more. Thus he performs a
    • the great Spirits. He has learned to survey the whole panoramic
    • difficult to cast aside in our civilization, namely, the urge to learn
    • learned to abstain from criticizing and judging everybody and
    • A wise man can learn from a child. A simple-minded person can consider
    • practicality of wisdom. Only when he has learned to listen to the
    • secrets lie in each person's own inner being. Only earnest inner
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • college of doctors: the learned gentlemen were asked, purely from a
    • it if railways were built. The learned gentlemen said it was
    • learned professions, and who, from the standpoint of his
    • the methods of this learned professor were applied to himself. After
    • includes far more than that of admitting women into the learned
    • learned professions — and to numerous others — and
    • regarded as a learned profession was really little more than a higher
    • the human being of his yearnings and hopes of eternity, that which
    • us recall our own life. Just think of all you have learnt since you
    • etheric body. When the ordinary person learns, he learns with the
    • etheric body. When the pupil of Spiritual Science learns, he must
    • thing for a human being is to learn to work, even into the physical
    • so on; one can also learn here. When the human being is able to work
    • into his physical body and learn thereby to enter into a connection
    • learn to understand people by looking into the depths of the
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • to eat meat than to abstain and yet yearn for it, we are told
    • moved by the earnestness of life to develop certain psychic healing
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • From what has been said we have learnt that the life of thought and
    • will depend upon such men learning to be alert to the moment when
    • evolution we shall learn to assess our culture at its true value. We
    • shall also learn that it is necessary for the Earth to be destroyed,
    • for otherwise the spiritual could not become free. We shall also learn
    • And so Anthroposophy is not only something we learn for our physical
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • today. There are whole branches of learning that are taught in such a way
    • just had to learn!
    • up in a healthy way. A man will not merely learn that he consists of
    • example, which are usually learned in chronological sequence, can be
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • What the spiritual investigator thereby learns of Christ Jesus calls
    • himself, “Man learns to know his real being only when he has torn
    • were. He had to learn through the mysteries how to reach the spiritual
    • with this vision, it is possible that he still cannot learn anything
    • else they could say, “When I strengthen my inner being, I learn to
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • The child learns to walk; that is to say, he learns to raise himself
    • Having learnt by his own inner forces to assume it, he turns his gaze
    • It is this upright position that the child learns to acquire before
    • learnt to alter the Moon direction to that of the Earth. This came
    • child learning to stand upright and to walk has most certainly a deep
    • Atlantean man was actually the first to learn to speak, and the
    • Akashic Records show how that came about. Learning to speak is the
    • Ego-consciousness awakens, the awakening coming after he has learnt to
    • speak. Learning to speak depends altogether on a kind of imitation,
    • inhabited regions. A child learns to speak, but he could never do so
    • time to permeate it with consciousness. Quite unconsciously man learnt
    • A third thing which the child has to learn before he actually awakens
    • When man learns to understand the Life of Thought he will understand
    • outside through the Christ-Impulse. When the child has learnt to walk,
    • when he has learnt to speak, and when with learning to think, he has
    • he will not have to turn to external documents to learn history, for
    • us will feel it to be so if we learn to unite ourselves with the
    • Christ-Impulse, even as the human child learns to stand upright and to
    • as the plant forms the seed for the next plant life, so do we learn to
    • learn, through Spiritual Science, to live not only for the transitory
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  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • The human being will gradually learn to develop this deep, significant
    • the animal, mineral and vegetable kingdoms. He will learn to say, “That
    • come to learn so to regard all that makes us human, fundamentally and in the
    • in us.” In his moral and intellectual life man must learn to say,
    • to learn unselfishness in his moral and intellectual life through his
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • learn to make sense of the statement, “You are experiencing yourself
    • researcher learns to distinguish exactly between what memory can
    • consists in learning to distinguish exactly between something that
    • How unwilling people are to learn anything really new! They cling to
    • Nature stayed as it was, but people learned to think about nature in a
    • previously in the realm of the spirit only by a person who had learned
    • on the basis of what they saw. Since Copernicus, they have learned to
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • interested in learning that there was a leap forward in his
    • existence. They were cast off by human beings who had learned, through
    • learn, and must learn, from the dead how they contribute to the great
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • particular point: What can we discover if the things which we have learned
    • These are earnest thoughts,
    • tremendously earnest thoughts. A good way of transforming the dreams of
    • body, its strength should be evident through the fact that we learn to
    • very earnest and real. This will be the attitude which will be able to
    • that we may take this up with due earnestness and in the right
    • which govern the world are grasped deeply and earnestly with the aid
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • no serious intention of really learning to understand what it condemns. In
    • the men of learning, took far too little account of this. They believed they
    • today everyone who earnestly strives can become, up to a certain
    • In this way we learn to recognize that certain beings are not connected with
    • which flows from such observations we learn to understand how human
    • beings learn from mother or nurse during the first years of life more than
    • they can learn from everyone else during the rest of their lives, even if they
    • planetary being to whom it bears but little resemblance. We learn to
    • grow into the world of sense. But in the act of learning to know the spiritual
    • originate, we learn to know a spiritual world within our environment,
    • which we can learn from the spiritual world by means of the deliberate
    • for the things that can be learned by ordinary means. Thus there are for
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • earnest, especially during the last decades — since the last third of
    • other creatures. But we can learn to know the phenomenon of death in
    • received with the deepest, truest earnestness. If we would seek out
    • pass the so-called Guardian of the Threshold and learn truly to know
    • fellow-man as he must learn to see him in the course of this epoch,
    • Art. Much can be learned from the evolution of Art; I have often given
    • indications as to the lessons we can learn from it.
    • as pictures — images of something spiritual. We must learn to see
    • evolve. For the only way to learn to know the human being in his Ego
    • learned. Man will meet man not so as to perceive in him merely the
    • organisation of bone, muscle, blood and so forth. No, he will learn to
    • In this way we shall learn to see the human being. And we shall really
    • world learning to know men in a very deep and tender way. One man will
    • upon one to-day, if one is speaking in all earnestness and does not
    • through this feeling of colour in speech men will learn to understand
    • living colours. Lastly, as they learn really to see one another, they
    • will learn to know one another as Ego-beings.
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • But he who has earnestly studied our anthroposophically oriented
    • Just as no man can claim to do arithmetic if he has never learned his
    • reforms and the like when he has never learned those things which we
    • the human being really must continue to learn throughout his whole
    • We shall see, if we proceed in this way, that by degrees we learn to
    • powers expressing sickness and death. They learn to know this as an
    • spiritual life; think humbly of yourselves, but also earnestly and
    • two if we have the will. We could achieve much if we had an earnest
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • as one learns to apprehend it through anthroposophical spiritual
    • through a man's own soul. But men who are impelled to live earnestly
    • could believe that any natural law discovered by learned scientists
    • realm of Greek culture! They learnt Greek in their intermediate
    • learning is devoid of spirituality.
    • being bred in human beings who are made to learn from the sketchy maps
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • happened in the past. As you will probably know, man has not learned to
    • learned, how to teach a child is learned, how to arrange the lesson is
    • learned. Comparing this with our present-day consciousness it would be
    • like learning that man consists of carbohydrates, protein and so on —
    • education has to be learned.
    • learned the rules. You will teach according to these rules, today, just as
    • same rules, but have to learn from the child afresh each time, how he has
    • way if people learn from one another.
    • met in social life they used to learn things from one another
    • unconsciously, some people learning more and others less, according to
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • view it with the earnestness that is its due.
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • absence of volition, intermingle. You have to learn to speak,
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • the eternal cosmic truths, and it will when we learn to think and compose
    • must learn to look again to the new Isis, the holy Sophia. Christ will
    • of human beings. We should learn to say to ourselves: If we can manage to
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • nevertheless true, that what our children learn as arithmetic and
    • To-day in our great learning we agree that we do not know what the
    • In the shepherds' wisdom we learn to know the earth by feeling our way
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • ages. Plutarch is a writer from whom we can learn a great deal
    • has learned to look into himself, inwardly to comprehend himself as
    • As man learns in this way to know himself, not merely as natural man,
    • also within the spirit of Nature. We shall learn to know Nature
    • might pass him, we in our day must desire earnestly to pass the
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • to know it, learns to know the force by which the human being can be
    • learnt in the Mysteries as the last remnants of the ancient,
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • hierarchies. We have learned how Man in the world of the Angels, the
    • learned how on his way down he first gathers to him the influences of
    • way that consonants can be produced. While the child is learning to
    • speaking, Man felt himself within the cosmos. When the child learned
    • learned from the mysteries of the cosmos, we would have to say: Man is
    • experience, melts away. If we look upon Man and gradually learn to
    • his own nature, in the way he learned about it in the Mysteries, then
    • learning contained in any branch of knowledge today, which is built up
    • still had to learn grammar, rhetoric, dialectics, arithmetic,
    • spheres of learning lies a half conscious recognition of something,
    • letters. They learned that the secrets of the cosmos found expression
    • today learns geometry and as he proceeds begins to experience forms as
    • to the sixth part of what was to be learned — from geometry to music.
    • understand Goethe's intense yearning for the South. In modern school
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • him. Language itself he will of course learn by imitation, but that
    • child learns to speak and develops ideas which are retained in memory.
    • learned to speak and think and since its own configuration was
    • This process, as I said, begins when the child learns to speak —
    • learns to embody thoughts in speech. It does not apply to ideas which
    • found in their real union when we learn to understand all the
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • within the cycle of the year: man must learn to live as part of the earth's
    • importantly, they learned to know the so-called three kingdoms of nature
    • and all that lives in them. In the lowest classes of our schools we learn,
    • realms of nature. Through concepts and ideas we learn to know mineral,
    • he learned to look at the nature of the mineral as it was spread before him
    • It was part of earthly life, like a pre-natal memory. And they learned
    • On the basis of those capacities which he then had, man learned that after
    • Mysteries had always been conscious that the most they could learn about
    • greater knowledge of life on earth than was his birthright. He learns to
    • past. We learn to consider man over great periods of time. The whole
    • animal instinctively does not do. We must learn through Anthroposophy to be
    • say, we shall heap upon ourselves cosmic scandal, if we do not learn to
    • age. This we must learn in these days to join our feeling to our
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • Upon this way it is also necessary for man to learn to look upon
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • human beings learnt to know death. They learnt to know death more and
    • one possibility — that the gods themselves should learn to know
    • something which they could not learn in their godly abodes which were
    • not permeated by Ahriman — namely, that the gods should learn
    • had no knowledge of death. But they learnt to know death. They had to
    • learnt to know death, here on earth, and conquered death. If one
    • been broken because the gods themselves learnt to know death in the
    • his own rulership. He who learns to know Ahriman since the Mystery of
    • mankind's evolution lies where man learns to know that the
    • gods, we would never have learnt anything concerning the nature of
    • divine being, in order to learn something concerning death though one
    • to a right end. If we keep to him, we will learn something that men
    • could not learn until then. We learn what the gods did behind the
    • the earth in the right way. We learn how they brought in the forces
    • Ahrimanic powers. And when he had understood this, he learnt the
    • which is not based on outer documents. We must learn to fathom what
    • out of the force of pure thinking, and where we learn to understand
    • earnestness and responsibility. When speaking of such things, one
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • written on each one of his works. Men of learning have given many
    • other highly learned man, for example Lord Bacon of Verulam, who in
    • book-learning, gave him the possibility to face things more freely and
    • we shall have learned to lay more stress on their essential character.
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • the plays which bear his name, but some other highly learned man,
  • Title: The Manicheans
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    • who was exceedingly learned. He was the Author of four works: (1) The
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • and of which the concrete form is a mere representation. I could learn
    • learn to know super-sensible facts by way of the sense-world. This was
    • “Learn to emancipate thyself from the senses by mathematics,
    • understand. He must learn through the elementary mathematical
    • courage to make this giddy height their goal: — “Learn to
    • the realm of sense what thou hast learned about the Circle by
    • thyself an imperishable and eternal knowledge when thou learnest to
    • super-sensible with the same enlightened clearness as the elementary
    • clearness reveals each and every defect in our assertions, and its
    • forms of plants with the accuracy and clearness of mathematical
    • those who learn to know him intimately.
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • substance, especially at the time before the child has learned to
    • speak. As the infant gradually learns to speak, more and more small
    • words, the left cerebral convolutions in the child who has learned to
    • means that something happened to the brain while the child learned to
    • children learn to speak, they move their body. In particular, they
    • “mush,” as I described it. The more the child learns not
    • (“bee”). Gradually, as you know, they also learn to utter
    • move your lips. When you were a child, you had to learn this through
    • how children initially learn to speak. They learn to speak only
    • through imitation. They learn to speak, to move their lips, by
    • we need to understand also that this is how the child learns to
    • they began learning to speak. However, if I now force the left-handed
    • development that learning to speak has produced in their right
    • by the left hand to the right one. This way they will initially learn
    • learn to write a bit later. If I simply were to make left-handed
    • consider a child learning to speak in the ordinary way, a
    • in this region when the child learns to speak and consequently the
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • work, the word-sense through which we learn about this or that. If we
    • accordance with logic — that is what we shall have to learn to
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • learn what he is to create from the material itself, and from the
    • he would have to learn that Spiritual Science says, in a way that
    • calls the earnestness of life a game, in his sense of the word, for
    • in this present time, where earnestness is knocking most solemnly at
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • can learn to observe them, even externally.
    • nature, if in childhood he has not learned to pray. Prayer turns into
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • the heavens. But we must learn to think of the Sun in the light of
    • as they worked in the Ancients, but we must now learn to make
    • learns to utter the first sounds of speech in a period which
    • Earth — that our civilisation must attain. Man must learn to
    • These are the things that humanity must once again learn to
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • fully into the forces of gravity, is a thing we only learn to do after
    • our birth. Only then do we learn to orientate ourselves into the three
    • Not until we are here on Earth do we learn to speak. Yet this, in a
    • space now finds expression in the little child's learning to walk and
    • to stand upright. We only finish learning this after our birth. For we
    • This, then, is one thing that we finish learning here on Earth. We
    • pre-earthly life. And when we learn to speak and sing, it is a second
    • surrounding sphere, in the horizon of the Earth. Lastly we learn to
    • finish learning on the Earth. Nevertheless they are metamorphoses of
    • With the ear we learn to hear; with the larynx and other organs that
    • lie towards and within the mouth itself, we learn to speak and sing.
    • connected with it. Suppose it is your intention to learn about the
    • text-book of anatomy or physiology according as you want to learn
    • Or again, take in real earnest what I said just now. When we move our
    • play by what we learn — to begin with, for our heads — just
    • come to it by inner activity. Ordinary learning is acquired in certain
    • that remains. He who arises to Imaginative knowledge gradually learns
    • an eye?’ For what a man learns through Anthroposophical spiritual
    • world, he learns to receive — with the Spirit — the Good
    • Man learns to receive, with the Spirit, what is Good. And if he does
  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • world-interest is not aroused in the 15 or 16 year old. If they learn
    • what one learns through astronomy and astrophysics today, if they cram
    • into the most earnest consideration.
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • question is one of earning his living. Whatever men do in business merely
    • is learning to read and write. To begin with, all the accessories are
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • conception. We learn to know how we have lived between death
    • we learn to know our destiny, our karma. We can learn to know
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • to-day. We have to learn to find again a deeper and deeper meaning in
    • better) of Spirit in general — in order to learn to speak about
    • But if earthly life is not to fall into complete decay, man must learn
    • the true beholding of the outer garment. He must learn to penetrate to
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • sanctuaries of learning as we should say to-day — performed for
    • Initiation by dint of strenuous trials and had, furthermore, learnt
    • learnt to say: ‘If I would know where the deepest Divinity,
    • to understand in true earnestness this mighty experience in the inner
    • century and will then be accepted in all scientific earnestness.
    • of inner redemption man will learn to know the meaning
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • would-be learned gentleman remarked: “Goethe was really a Mystic,
    • centres were temples as well as institutes of learning and they
    • destined to be thrust down. There is a law of which we learn in
    • between one people and another. Learned professors speak of the
    •  Nor yearn to know,
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • We learn, then, that by the time of Plato and Aristotle, wisdom was
    • learning of the quantities of carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, sulphur,
    • learning in those days, and one can readily understand that Plotinus
    • Golgotha, it was only possible to learn of the union of Christ with
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • should, learn to consider his life between birth and death as a
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • to express this, but this courage very much annoyed the learned
    • foundation of this statement ... but just imagine what the learned
    • brain; such a lot, that many people find it is too much to learn all
    • ordinary science will learn to think differently in embryology
    • upon his shoulders should learn to think in all humility, without any
    • But we can learn to know that even in the 13th and 14th century
    • Earnest words had to
    • necessary to discuss these earnest things. They are also connected
  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • learned to feel the estrangement of their being from the world of
    • learned to know the Christ, with whom indeed all human beings lived
    • Mysteries the pupils learned to know Him once again in His full
    • typical figures of initiates who had learned in their several places
    • learned from those who knew, that a real God dwelt in the human being
  • Title: Lecture: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • the evolution of higher spiritual Beings. We need only learn how to
    • line of division between the Greeks and the Romans. When we learn
    • take pains to understand what we learn; but as we go back over
    • when the learned Wilamowitz undertakes to translate the Greek
    • writings, but earnest and persistent work is needed to find them
    • content by learning to investigate these sublime matters for
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • really learn a lesson from the technique of Scholastic thought, but
    • the learning will not be of the kind that finds favour to-day. It
    • must be an active learning, not a learning that consists
    • involved, and which they must learn to understand. If they succeed in
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • parents were connected. Learning the same business, spending his life
    • If we learn this in all its depths, through the feeling which can
  • Title: Lecture I: Ancient Myths
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    • Egyptians sought to learn of the eternal part of the human soul. They
    • through whom the Greeks learnt of Osiris, he is no longer the God of
    • of natural science. And the more one learns to know mythology, the
  • Title: Lecture II: Ancient Myths
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    • mankind must learn to know today, and which they do not want to hear,
    • someone has learnt a great deal, has become wise — let us say,
    • without meaning anything foolish by it — he is a learned man.
    • who is seen to be learned. For it still has a certain significance
    • is all the learnedness applied to it! This sign
  • Title: Lecture III: Ancient Myths
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    • Learned men — and
    • the men who are scholars, are indeed very learned today and
    • Owl with a mirror. Now the learned men naturally have said —
    • this way one can be very learned. So one can, with quite arbitrary
    • demand on our age. Humanity must learn to become older consciously
    • with every day. For if man learns consciously to become older with
  • Title: Lecture IV: Ancient Myths
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    • He met the other man and learnt to know him. As he breathed the air
    • in his neighbourhood, he learnt to know him. Yes, indeed, my dear
    • the time must come in which the child learns what it means to become
    • in which attention must be unfolded. We learn by the events of
    • the time; if we sharpen our attentiveness we learn precisely from the
    • nature-researchers and other learned men proclaim him today a great
    • Two learned gentlemen assert that Goethe knew nothing of the
    • lines! But the learned gentry talk, pass judgment on the range of
    • ‘authority-free’ time, what a ‘learned’ man
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    • days: men have forgotten how really to become old, and we must learn
    • again to become old. We must learn in a new way how to become old,
    • before yesterday from a man of learning. He writes to me that he has
    • consciousness that what one can absorb through learning is really
  • Title: Lecture VI: Ancient Myths
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    • learns to know the upper and the lower Gods, the Upper and the
    • in certain ideas and concepts that he learns; but he then only learns
    • organism. The miracle will be accomplished when men also learn to
    • unprejudicedly [?] enough). We have learnt a certain amount in youth,
    • no more illiterates in Western Europe? One learns much, another less,
    • but all have learnt something in youth. And what do we do in later
    • life with what we learnt, no matter whether it was much or little? It
    • is all of such a nature that one only remembers what one has learnt,
    • means that man will learn to solve his own riddle, to say to himself:
    • which in childhood and youth I learnt through my head. The heart
    • of the human riddle, will learn to fathom in the heart the actual
    • be sure, I can learn all sorts of things with my head. But as I go on
    • spiritual world, what I learn through the head is fructified in the
    • child is educated in such a way that he knows ‘I can learn
    • learn; I must first be as old as he before I can find it in myself.
    • in this way a new earnestness, a new profundity came into life!
    • This earnestness, this
    • citoyen’, as at Christmas we learnt to know him in Heinrich
    • that things are to be taken more earnestly than men nowadays are
  • Title: Lecture VII: Ancient Myths
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    • birth. And just as here on the earth we learn to know the laws by
    • once. Just imagine if a modern man had the idea of learning
    • tomorrow on what he had found out or learnt today — because he
    • learnt; but he must keep the things continually present in his soul
    • did not explain things to himself logically, he did not learn them,
    • thoroughly passed through a sieve. And if one learns to know it, not
    • but learns to know mathematics in its substance, learns to know
    • it in what it can reveal, then one learns indeed to know something in
    • yet almost all learned men do take it thus. If one asserts, with the
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    • raised this activity to consciousness. What did he learn by following
    • this whole process consciously? He learned from it how the underlying
    • we learn to know this nuance of the rhythmic system from the other
    • foundation of our inner life. The moment we learn to perceive what
    • beginning,” a priori. But if one learns to see inwardly,
    • regard to this, we must seek elsewhere in order to learn the actual
    • European population of today have learned about Christianity in an
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    • process receives consideration. The first faculty is learning to
    • being learns to walk, to speak and to think. The faculty of thinking
    • does not merely consist in the child's learning to stand
    • falling over. Thus he learns to place his body into the world; he
    • learns to control his muscles and limbs in such a way that the centre
    • significance comes to pass with the learning to walk, namely
    • faculty of learning to walk. The differentiation testifies, in the
    • connected with learning to speak. It is extraordinarily
    • during the time when, as a child, he is learning to speak; and it is
    • learning to speak for the first time, to observe the intensity with
    • being is learning to speak, and even later on, too, when he is using
    • child, or even a grown-up, is exerting himself to learn to speak a
    • earliest childhood, enables us, each in his own way, to learn to
    • child when it stops crawling and begins to walk, when it first learns
    • now in the process of learning to walk and can be observed in the
    • expressed in the constant falls during the process of learning to
    • little children learn to walk, can indeed come to realise what a
    • how it learns to walk, and so on: but behind every physical
    • process learn to recognise that the previous earthly life works over
    • into learning to walk. For learning to walk is one expression of how
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    • on the basis of what we have learnt by measuring, counting and
    • We men of modern times must learn to make a clear distinction between
    • languages. Can you imagine a young Greek being expected to learn the
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    • to proceed hand-in-hand with everything that can be learnt from
    • In a certain respect, nevertheless, something can be learnt from the
    • Through Imaginative Cognition we have learnt to know the ether-body,
    • being. We learn to know how the body of formative forces,
    • in the way described, learnt as it were from man’s own being by
    • yearning for the physical world. This yearning subsequently becomes
    • clear. We no longer merely yearn for higher worlds — although
    • the problems of destiny, for we have learnt to understand these
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    • really learn a great deal in this connection, if they would train
    • could be learnt if we would once more become acquainted with what has
    • really very important to contemplate earnestly and carefully how
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    • we gradually learn to swear in the materialistic epoch, between
    • is the purpose of the things which we learn? They should be a kind of
    • medicine; learning should be a healing process. To have a
    • outside, or through which we learn to know the laws of Nature and to
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    • clairvoyant knowledge, we fully learn to know the significance of the
    • fall into the lap of our earnest time there will also be the one that
    • that is contained in the details of this Building. But you will learn
    • true nature we must, from now onwards, learn to know through
    • learning in a theoretical way one or the other truth which spiritual
    • how earnestly one would like to entreat the guardian spirits and
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    • comprehensible to human reason. In this outer nature man learnt to
    • Giordano Bruno there was a feeling that man must learn to understand
    • from these spiritual Beings they learned something else, namely that
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    • IT IS A NECESSITY OF OUR EARNEST TIMES TO FIND AGAIN
    • live are so earnest that at present it is not in any way appropriate
    • live and its conditions are much more earnest than most people of the
    • must learn this anew, along an entirely different path than that of
    • extent. Now we must learn to grasp it anew! We should grasp anew that
    • earnest, diligent and untiring study of the knowledge that can be
    • earnest time of probation, to do the right thing for humanity,
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    • indicated. This must be taken in all earnestness. In very many
    • spheres is obviously a matter to be taken in earnest. I told you some
    • what I am now saying as a really serious matter — has learnt to
    • chance to discard the bigotry of the times and to learn how to move
    • They must learn not only to think differently but to feel differently
    • the body is behind it. We must learn to perceive quite differently.
    • We must learn to perceive: You are there in your spiritual world, a
    • We ray forth this ego from the spiritual world. We must learn to feel
    • sense. We must learn to feel that our real ego is brought into being
    • out of the spiritual world. And then we also learn to feel that the
    • feeling and with the earnestness that is their due. Especially to the
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    • is earnestly desired by me. In order that no misunderstanding should
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    • body, which we learn to know externally in the physical world through
    • going inside, so that we would never learn to know what it is like
    • etheric body is concerned. But we must learn to think differently,
    • which I, alone, can fulfil.” Thus we learn to know our place
    • learn to sense this physical part of our being, because it becomes
    • learn to know a new and higher portion of spiritual science, we
    • At first, we only recognise our mother and little by little we learn
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    • learning capacity take in, confront the ethical, moral and religious
    • life of learning. Only a victim of prejudice could believe and say
    • kind of learning that the world he wants to escape from has acquired
    • learning to live with the world in a truly anthroposophical way.
    • People used to learn to live anthroposophically by fleeing the world.
    • But they will have to learn to live anthroposophically with the world
    • is to learn to feel anthroposophically, to feel anthroposophy living
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    • we have learnt to distinguish.
    • the light-movements of their light-body. These things were learnt by the
    • materialistic tone of the day. But at least we must learn to feel it a
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    • something, but rather learn to forget it. It is the worst thing
    • must first learn to forget all that binds him to the physical world.
    • ‘Lethe’, the River of Forgetfulness, and has learnt to
    • learnt. It is natural to ask whether a phlegmatic temperament is also
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    • external objects which are the outer expression of these. They learnt
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    • learnt about in the hierarchies of spirits. We have seen that it is
    • soul life in a regulated way from within outwards. We shall learn to
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    • describe it, too, as the period of learning to do without the
    • Until man has learnt to do this, he continues living in what we call
    • that the child is learning inner control of a certain part of his
    • you learn one or another thing, the sort of thing you learn in life.
    • First of all you have to learn it, for the most important
    • accomplishments in life have first to be learnt. The process of
    • learning is absolutely necessary. But that is not the end of it, for
    • learning is only the most external part. The learning of a thing is
    • learn in life to begin with in the way of memory and habit is less
    • us assume then that we have learnt something in life and are then
    • or other conditions, or perhaps because our learning has not been
    • harmonious, and although we have learnt something, it was not
    • reincarnating, we develop what we have learnt in one direction but
    • not in another. Let us assume we learnt something in life that
    • failed to learn the other things that are a necessary part of this.
    • take forward leaps in life, and he has to learn from experience that
    • the fruits of what he has learnt, but he lacks the possibility of
    • expression, and what he has learnt from life can really be carried
    • it will inevitably happen that what he previously learnt wants to
    • was, where can we best learn the way to heal? The best way of doing
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    • neither laugh nor weep in its earliest days but only learns to do so
    • processes. And we can learn to understand these bodily processes from
    • forces at the same time as man learnt to weep and laugh, that is, at
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    • find this corroborated by history, either in what you learnt at
    • or what we have learnt through anthroposophical science itself.
    • the lower. When we look back over the ages we can learn from the fact
    • These people do not want to learn anything, or really develop
    • need to learn at all! Just let the God within you speak! Today, when
    • must learn the right lesson from these phenomena of earth evolution,
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    • to another, the human being learns by degrees to link together in
    • is ringing. The child learns this only gradually, because the part of
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    • of truthfulness and earnestness, and become thoroughly conscious of
    • allow it to deter us from the earnestness and respect for truth that
    • dint of earnest, intimate efforts we shall learn to be receptive to
    • always learning, always pondering, always busy! But without such
    • shall learn to understand the nature of the man standing before us;
    • we shall learn to silence our preconceptions and to feel and
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    • consists in learning to distinguish himself from the world outside
    • of himself, and there is nothing further to be learnt by this means
    • this sphere we can learn from occult investigation how in our astral
    • can learn a very great deal from what may lie openly before us.
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    • further development if it were otherwise, if he could not learn from
    • In the next lecture we shall be able to learn what is
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    • what is learnt from anatomy or biology conveys no real knowledge of
    • and learn to view things from all sides. We generally characterise
    • exist. If he had learnt in an occult school what in the future would
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    • learnt of the Christ through the Buddha, appeared again on Earth, he
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    • learning to walk, to speak and to think. There is a natural
    • the human being is not yet able to speak and has to learn how to do
    • so. Try to remember how you first learnt to speak, how you learnt to
    • Who, then, is the actor in this process of learning to
    • learn to talk because their backbone is horizontal, not vertical.
    • learn to speak, to think and to walk upright. The Spirits who cast
    • horizontal position and consciously desire to stand upright, to learn
    • have a dim inkling when we contemplate how a human being learns to
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    • the extent to which they have learnt ‘to die in Christ’,
    • the fact that they have learnt to lead human beings in a way that
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    • to take a human being before he has learnt to speak, put him on a
    • speech, he would never learn to speak. And so anyone who argues
    • logically have to say that human beings should not have to learn to
    • to him from it; then he will learn. We have had a number of striking
    • not learn how to love.
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    • Earth. The soul may long since have ceased to yearn for
    • yearns to be able to think by means of a brain such as was available
    • inwardly with yearning for the last life on Earth; moreover even in
    • archetypes of earthly things. During life on earth he learns to know
    • ourselves belonged. We learn, therefore, gradually to know our
    • We learn to say to it: ‘That which is here spread out around
    • region only when it has learnt to understand the creeds of all
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    • take most earnestly the deeper principles of our anthroposophical
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    • at what can be learnt about the Mystery of Golgotha from the
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    • encountered first among the Jews — whatever nonsense learned
    • the spiritual Being whom we have learnt to see as having a particular
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    • “Learn to understand the saying that through my powers there
    • glorious in Nature; from his mother's teaching he really learnt
    • learnt much about knightly ways and knightly honour, and
    • moon. And then we learn how in the Holy Grail there is something with
    • extensive additions to Chrestien de Troyes. Exoteric learning is
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    • history one can indeed learn that the destiny of Europe would have
    • protected from it. What he learns to know comes from sources active
    • away in ignorance from the Grail Castle, he learns it from the woman
    • which means that it will be necessary to learn to read the stellar
    • try to learn to understand the significance of that which formerly
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    • we learn to read what is in the surrounding cosmos and not
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    • Initiation-science we must again learn to realise that our planetary
    • of the Moon Beings if we are to learn anything from them about cosmic
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    • that, at first, we learn to know the chief facts of spiritual life,
    • are infested with modern learning, think that many centuries ago
    • thoughts and ideas supplied by spiritual science. Thus they learn
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    • We shall never learn
    • pouring down into the present. If once you learn to study in a real
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    • take, as a foundation, his physical body which we learn to know
    • outside, without ever going inside, so that we would never learn to
    • we must learn to think differently, even in regard to the physical
    • Thus we learn to know our place within the world. We feel that we
    • sense our physical body. We learn to sense this physical part of our
    • behind with our feelings. Whenever we learn to know a new and higher
    • recognize our mother and, little by little, we learn to know other
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    • learn something more important and more essential about what has just
    • we learn to know all those shattering experiences which must heap
    • who accompanies the dead into the spiritual world, he learns to know
    • you have never had before, and you learn to understand this. You have
    • let us say — a so-called dead person, must first learn how to
    • thought-formations. We must learn to create these anew, with the dead
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    • future work, by having in a certain way, to a certain extent, learnt
    • learnt to master the sentient body or astral body, by pressing into
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    • the difficulty, one must first learn to discriminate in the higher
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    • with me the following considerations. You have all learnt at school
    • that you could never learn that by any sort of external experience. I
    • most practical, because people already know it, having learnt it at
    • learnt to know as the abnormal Spirits of Form, but who in reality
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    • activity of the several Beings, do we learn to understand how through
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    • Therefore, through them only do we learn to bear that which at the
    • Anthroposophist will learn, through the teaching of karma and
    • What we have learned in the course of the last lectures,
    • made comprehensible to us how the Beings, whom we have learned to
    • When man learns to perceive something of that which he otherwise
    • matter. You may learn much from them.
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    • extreme among the learned Rabbis, in their learned Rabbinism. It is
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    • should learn to know to some extent, from the differentiation of the
    • forth to them what we have learnt to know as the divine spiritual
    • recognize him to be? As what did he learn to love him, and above all
    • to understand him? He learned to recognize him as being one of those
    • ascent to higher stages. He learned to know Odin as one of the
    • power over the wisdom which expresses itself in sound, he learned how
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    • clearness, are made at almost every step. Imagine the case of a man
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    • place in accordance with law, he will then learn to understand,
    • bring to the progressive stream of culture. We must learn to
    • understand this. We must learn to understand that it would be a bad
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    • we must learn to look upwards from the Earth to what is beyond the Earth. This
    • lectures on colours we have learnt that minerals — that is to say, the coloured
    • time. And we must learn to connect what is happening today — I mean the fact
    • We must learn to take in deepest earnestness such matters as were indicated at the
    • studying the corpse they learn about the bones and the rest of the organism. By
    • to learn something about the mineral part of the human organism. With this kind
    • of science we can only learn about the part of man's being which has a
    • applying tortures in the Middle Ages. Students learn about the human being as
    • is like the expression of a yearning to receive the Spirit from the cosmic All.
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    • can learn about the universe through his senses and through the
    • first Christian centuries. But one who really learns what our spiritual
    • learned and ignorant alike, believed that the earth stood still in the
    • of natural science must be made, in order to learn nature's
    • certain way. The methods by which the will is so treated that we learn
    • consciousness. If we learn to know these two within man, we know that
    • when he goes through the gate of death. We learn to know the being in
    • also before birth, or, let us say, before conception. We learn to know
    • learns to know spiritual facts, these are realities in a far higher
    • learnt to know the germ, we know that it has the full force of the
    • spirit and soul must be learned from facts belonging to the spirit and
    • people will learn to think in the following way about the relation to
    • seriously. Long and earnest work is needful in order to understand it,
    • watch it is necessary to learn how the wheels work together. This
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    • has learnt at school. I have, as you know, often said that what the
    • religion. But as I have said, in those ancient centres of learning
    • what they learned from the stars. For example, they contemplated the
    • an expression of soul-and-spirit. Very much was learnt from the Sun.
    • learn to know the nature of the Sun; that is to say, we proceed from
    • of all men learnt to know the nature of the Sun and then they
    • understood the nature of the human heart. In the modern age we learn
    • learn to know the universe.
    • We must learn to live more intensely
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    • could learn nothing from him. Michelangelo's drawing sprang
    • learned to observe externally.
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    • set about learning his history? He thinks of the men who have lived
    • that they should be made known, because humanity is inwardly yearning
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    • deserve them, appear as goodness which we earned back from him. If
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    • post-Atlantean epoch, we must in a certain way learn to know the
    • vegetable world; during the 6th epoch we must learn to know the
    • voicing the following truth; Men who are to learn how to use their
    • things, but we must also learn to think differently in regard to the
    • You see, my dear friends, learn to stand courageously by the fact
    • to say this earnestly, so that our whole soul is filled by it, calls
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    • the Earth we gradually learn to recognize the Impulse which I
    • path leading into the spiritual world we learn that man is not a
    • Through feeling, we may learn to know the things which lie
    • which we learn to know in the physical world, within the physical
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    • called the Christ-Experience yet to come. We learnt yesterday
    • of scientific learning when we held our course for scientists, and we
    • science, the more we learn of nature, the less we understand of
    • learn so to live inwardly as I shall one day live actually, when the
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    • too, we learn to understand how the lack or neglect of such truths is
    • when we have learned to apprehend sound spiritual truths, then ideas
    • possession of the self in the true sense. When man has learned to go
    • on himself, and from this he can learn the true nature of egoism.
    • have lived on earth only when we learn to imbue with love the faculty
    • this larger world, and learn to look beyond birth and beyond death,
    • that is how the position is to-day. One earnestly hopes it will soon
    • When men learn to be more open-hearted and to approach
    • On this path of knowledge we learn to feel, as it were,
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    • is the use of learning that man consists of such and such parts; that
    • seventh post-Atlantean epoch when learning to know nature will
    • those who are ready to learn: “Look carefully; there is this
    • to its particular individuality. In this way we shall learn so to
    • be objected — “what the medical student has to learn!
    • That he should learn it is right and proper, but we could not; and
    • should learn these things; but we are not called upon to be creative,
    • learn, the knowledge we acquire, it is the beings of the higher
    • earnestness with which he enjoins upon his readers the necessity for
    • when we could learn from it something about the difficulties such an
    • spiritual worlds by learning to know how these worlds also stand to
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    • connect it with what exists outside. This thinking yearns to vibrate with
    • penetrating into the external rhythm with our thoughts we learn to
    • remain in the realm of thought and learn through thinking itself. The
    • Indian yogi learned it, too, but by crossing his legs and sitting on
    • them and by keeping his arms raised for a long time. Thus, he learned
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    • of Christ Jesus on earth. There is a great deal to be learned from a
    • active strengthening of his own inner life. He had to learn to understand
    • force whereby they might learn to understand what it was that had taken
    • objective, that it requires to be learned; of faith it will allow no such
    • be learned.
    • ourselves are no longer in earnest about what we recognise as the sacred
    • People must learn to
    • unless we learn to see through things like this, for they are of very
    • full and earnest attention. I have often pointed out what a fine
    • with thinking at all, and go on repeating the words they have learned from
    • what they have learned, never stopping to think whether it is compatible
    • learned English scientist [T.H. Huxley] that he said he would rather
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    • speak only in this way. We are in real earnest about it. I only
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    • of these things. Mankind has no other choice. Either we must learn
    • once more, in all domains of life learn — from the whole nexus
    • all by learning to read the form. To be able to do this is of
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    • for us to learn to know the part which nitrogen does play.
    • working we must learn to know at the same time if we would understand
    • learn to understand; we shall see what they signify in the whole
    • help of the photograph we can now call him to mind. We must learn to
    • learn to know as sentient and living entities, with the single
    • your scholar will certainly not deem to be a learned man. There he
    • learned man will say. But in reality it is not true, for the simple
    • have indeed other specific functions. We must learn to regard the
    • learn to understand. We must perceive how the nitrogen is there at
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    • are learning from experience. It has no permanent value. We must in
    • yarrow, we have learned to know it. Its homoeopathic sulphur-content,
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    • must learn to see into the workings of Nature in all her different domains.
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    • we must learn to look with understanding at the birds.
    • quite different. But we must learn to perceive in what way the tree
    • that is, through the ethereal. We must learn to look with macrocosmic
    • and the sub-terrestrial animal world. From the tree we can best learn
    • learn to understand. The growth of the soil is subject to quite other
    • they knew how to treat things, even as we must learn to do once more,
    • for in a conscious way we must learn once more to approach the Wisdom
    • that prevails in all things. We shall learn it by something which is
    • of physical body, etheric body,” etc., etc., which one can learn
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    • we must always learn to look at the things themselves, and of each thing
    • we must learn what happens to it when it passes, either from the animal
    • learning by their academic studies, and thereupon go out and try to
    • learned: “Young cattle should be fed so and so, cattle you wish
    • Much can be learned from the production and consumption of tomatoes.
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    • pupil into an occult school. He had first to learn how the
    • world and man came into being; he had to learn concerning
    • series, that it was, as it were, “earned.” Man
    • For two thousand years the world was to learn the value of
    • into the material. Man learned to judge the world according
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    • It is only necessary to take things quite earnestly, even
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    • purpose and will of existence, we must also learn to understand how the most
    • to come. Only under certain quite definite conditions can one learn anything
    • learned to know earlier. Galvanism, the electricity of contact, which has a
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    • the contrary, those who honestly and earnestly stand within our
    • connection with an external sense impression, we should learn to
    • kinds of pathological conditions of the soul. But those who earnestly
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    • ordinary, everyday fear — do not appear. One learns to know the
    • spiritual development, man learns to know his inner being as it can
    • appear. He therefore must learn above all else to know himself, so
    • from what is truth. If he does not learn to delimit himself in this
    • ecstasy. Just as little as one learns to know things of this sense
    • world by eating them, so little does one learn to know the forces and
    • grasp it. You can learn from the descriptions in my book,
    • we can learn a lot, namely that truth, which must be introduced into
    • indomitable yearning for that which man needs for certainty in his
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    • head. We learn to know in a new way what the human body really is.
    • unconsciously within us. Something we have to learn about the
    • constantly at work in part of man's bodily nature. We learn that
    • they acquired a yearning for the spirit. So they investigated the
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    • the two kinds of consciousness are not of equal clearness; they are
    • use of his physical body, but will again learn to use his etheric
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    • learn the simplest thing about the illness. Why should he? We have
    • infinite world goes on, and man can learn nothing of the laws in
    • still further. How is it possible to learn anything of the genius of
    • letters, A.B.C. and so on, — we could learn nothing of his
    • he who says: The world beyond is infinite, we cannot learn anything
    • that is non-materialistic learning is to be driven out of the world
    • of printing at the service of learning, and contempt of experimental
  • Title: Lecture: The Peoples of the Earth in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • And those who would learn to know the true being of man as he lives
    • left Germany, where he might have learnt to recognise the nature of
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    • primeval Gods, yearning to be united with them in death,
    • learning through the outer sense-organs to know the physical
    • remembrance aroused a yearning of such intensity for what had
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    • world of which they have learnt through this meeting. For they know
    • learn another kind of thinking than that which can lazily find
    • fantasy must now be grasped by mankind in all earnestness, for it
    • earnestness. One should realise all this to-day; one should feel that
    • made upon us by our present age. Let us consider in all earnestness
    • Man should learn from it that he was driven into it by his previous
    • fact deeply upon our souls when we have learnt to know this
    • learning anew to transform their thinking. It is this that is so
    • ignored. But it appears as if this is being learnt with difficulty,
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • learns about existence in conformity with today's thinking as it is
    • less audacious hypotheses, what natural science has learnt from
    • mankind has learned through established ways of thinking and knowing,
    • And so one learns to recognise
    • then how man is organised materially as man; one learns to know to
    • one learns to know the relationship between thinking and the matter which
    • surrounds us in the physical world, so through intuition one learns
    • Now one learns to recognise
    • can be perceived through Intuition. In short we learn in this way to
    • down of matter. Thus we learn step by step to ‘see
    • itself within itself, since it creates itself. And then we learn
    • wasting-away that we have well learned to recognise as a
    • learn to recognise how this wasting-away process draws into itself
    • Kantian philosophy, he learnt much from Kant about theoretic
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    • natural matter of course. To-day we can learn from the Akashic
    • above all by what you can learn from your own experience — and
  • Title: Lecture: Nervous Conditions in Our Time
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    • soon forget what I have just had to learn!’ What is the
    • effect. He will not merely learn that man consists of ‘physical
    • example, in school we have to learn by heart a sequence of Kings or
    • the like; it is extremely good to learn them also in the opposite
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    • position. We learn this dimension from the way in which we build it.
    • And what we learn to know is not just any dimension, set at right
    • angles to the other two. We learn to know this quite definite
    • We learn to
    • which serve him in later life, learns to orientate himself from left
    • abstraction from what we learn to know concretely, with our own
    • formed so earnestly from out of ourselves. In these
    • certainly attain to this and learn to know as his own construction the
    • learn from a study of “mathematicising” what clairvoyance is
    • ourselves to right and left, by learning to gauge the
    • space of geometry (which the child learns to know from inner
    • once learnt to know the living structure of space finds it most
    • to space, one learns to know (to some extent) such an interplay of forces
    • “In the moment when I learnt to know the inner meaning of what
    • not only see spatial relationships in the world around us, but learn
    • spiritual inwardness — as we learn to know the
    • “cubicity” of a salt crystal. We learn to know spiritual
    • the formalism of mathematics, while it nevertheless learns from
    • Middle Ages and their spiritual life. A mediæval student did not learn so
    • things inwardly. In this way the student learnt Geometry
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    • from an elemental urge, not just because one has learnt to lean on
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    • learn to know the secrets of man's innermost being; to utter these
    • speaking of Central Europe) learn to know in secret societies what
    • reason, whoever has had to learn of the presence of this centre of
    • heard of these secrets. This fear they learnt to know thoroughly.
    • learn what we really must learn to-day for the healthy progress of
  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • this yearning to reach the world behind the sense phenomena; while
    • gradually develop. If we learn to trace back these emerging spiritual
    • is the very thing that modern man needs to learn. There must again be truth
    • what he is like, what his normal condition is. And he must learn to
    • this knowledge; must learn to have it in thought and remembrance.
    • When we learn to know the world with the ordinary consciousness that
    • thinking has been grafted on to him from early childhood? He learns
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    • learn that Christ Jesus had been condemned to a death of shame by
    • learning more and more to know the reality of death. Death was
    • untouched by Ahriman; that they, the Gods, should learn of death
    • in the evolution of earthly humanity is that at which man learns
    • might learn the nature of death. The deed which the Gods were
    • His resurrection. If we cleave to Him we learn of many things
    • preserved as Holy Writ. Among the Hebrews there were learnéd
    • Divine wisdom preserved by the learnéd scribes of his day
    • The scribes are men of eminence, of great learning; judgment
    • they learned to know death as a constituent of life, as an
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    • Father. Then we learn to know that if we keep merely to the Father,
    • finds the Christ. Now it has learned two things. It is just as if I
    • man; then I travel into another city and I learn to know a younger
    • Anthroposophy it is just the same — it learns to know the
    • Father, and later on it learns to know the connection between the
    • Father and learned to know the connection between Father and Son at
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science, a Necessity for the Present Time
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    • the learned people disputed over many things — for example,
    • learned people showed that their understanding, their conscious
    • more learn to consider as part of mankind as a whole not only the
    • active forces and that we should learn to consider earthly phenomena
    • spiritual worlds, but we should learn a certain way of living and
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    • senses. A plain, unprejudiced person learns to know the world through
    • between these two poles of our soul-life. Those who earnestly pursue,
    • on the one hand, spiritual science, and on the other hand, earnestly
    • — but the schools of an earnest character have really ceased to
    • traditionally. And the learned friend of Galilei agreed with
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    • are to-day, who consciously yearn to yield themselves up, for
    • to-day of anyone who is in earnest and sincere about working
    • the power to take what can be learnt from the study, say, of
    • Asia. Indeed, my dear friends, Asia and Europe must learn to
  • Title: Lecture: Brunetto Latini
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    • learned that his party, the Guelphs, had been expelled from
    • thing, he tells us, which he now learned to know were the
    • learn to know what otherwise remains unconscious in him
    • knows them from outside. You cannot learn to know the senses
    • knows his senses from without. Here now he learns to know
    • elements. And in the region of the elements he learns to know
    • already farther outside, and learns to know what is
    • Latini were to arise again today and a very learned man of
    • our time were to approach him — a learned professor of
    • You must first learn to know the aspect of the super-sensible
    • learned to repeat. One need not penetrate into the deeper
    • greatness that meets us in Brunetto Latini. What others learn
  • Title: Lecture: The Shaping of the Human Form out of Cosmic and Earthly Forces
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    • learn what Spiritual Science has to say, just as anyone can
    • learn in principle to apply the differential calculus
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    • of high festival in the ancient Church's year. We must learn
    • had become little more than objects of study for learned
    • be learnt from considering how Art in all its aspects was
    • to learn how to speak in strict rhythm. At the present time,
    • understanding of Art, much could be learnt from those customs
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    • with Bodhisattvic consciousness. Thus he learned that the destructive
    • must learn to understand aright, for many fantastic and grotesque
    • gradually to reach and enter Nirvana. In other words, he may learn so
    • learn from our experiences on earth; what we build on earth
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    • soul. We must learn to understand in every detail the way in
    • Movement of ours it behoves us to work earnestly and sincerely to
    • not learn much that will help you to realise the worth and dignity of
    • the healthy man all we learn from observation of the
    • qualities. He will learn how to respond to all the variations, how to
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    • adapt himself to these earthly conditions as he learns to stand
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    • times, when we must learn to understand this Mystery of Golgotha if
    • years before the Mystery of Golgotha, men learnt to make use of their
    • learn to understand aright. So in the education of the human race
    • exists subconsciously in the feeling life of man and he yearns for
    • its solution as deeply as he once yearned for the solution of the
  • Title: Lecture: The Problem of Jesus and Christ in Earlier Times
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    • learn — especially this age. It must find its way back to
    • will gradually begin to understand Christmas when they learn to
    • be learned through the simple Christmas play, and because of this it
    • find the path, we must truly learn to be shepherds through spiritual
    • and so that we may eventually learn to find what is holy within the
  • Title: Lecture: On the Dimensions of Space
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    • world of inner experience of our Feelings — by learning
    • gradually to perceive our plane of symmetry, so too we can learn to
  • Title: Lecture: What Has Geology to Say About the Origin of the World?
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    • science if in all earnestness and truthfulness it were obliged to come
    • learn from investigations points to the earth having in effect consolidated
  • Title: Lecture: Thinking and Willing as Two Poles of the Human Soul-Life
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    • superfluous to learn about the external world, for then anyone, by
    • study of such things! In the same way, unless he has actually learned
    • whole human being. It is not true that we learn to comprehend Natural
    • such as that which is called forth by thinking, — and to learn
    • the Ahrimanic and Luciferic powers, and we learn to understand man only
    • same time spiritual. Everywhere we have to do with spirit. And we learn
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    • arose to learn to know more intimately the great teacher of
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    • to learn to know the ego in its own world must represent to himself a
    • alone remains, we cannot say otherwise than that he must learn to
    • Saturn existence, then we learn to know Beings — not in the
    • Spirits of Will or Thrones. We learn so to know them that the surging
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    • of sacrifice is — if we did not learn the spirit of utter
    • eliminating everything we have ever learnt. As a rule a man says, I
    • no one learns the real nature of air who only describes it according
    • in its whole cosmic connection, as we have just learnt to do.
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    • learning above all to suppress his own wishes and desires. For
    • We have now learnt the
    • veiled in Maya, we learn that the evolution of ancient Moon followed
    • generally speaking from the immortal beings. So now, when we learn
    • connection with Mars as with the earth, learn something which would
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    • properties of heat or fire, and we have learnt to see in these the
    • have learnt to perceive in water what might be called resignation. It
    • that of the longing human Soul, in all its yearning emptiness. By the
    • the yearning is satisfied and brought into harmony; but should a
    • never be satisfied, but yearns for the central basis of life. This
    • Soul, drowning, silencing the longing for ideas while he yearned for
    • an end to this search for ideas — the greater the yearning, the
    • satisfy what was yearned for in the age preceding our own, when men
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    • particular learning, will come to know that a sound way to learning
    • wonder, this astonishment, from which every form of learning must
    • What kind of learning would it be which found a place in our soul,
    • without proceeding from wonder! It would truly be a learning swamped
    • feelings, does not spring from the soul of man in real earnest. All
    • being rejected and thrown back, and we learnt to recognise in the
    • is, as we learn through occult research, a real overcoming of death,
    • worlds, that Christ is a reality; that He lives; they will learn to
    • constellations, for they were then still very learned as to the
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    • — humanity has learned an adequate lesson from the
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    • realities which people must gradually learn to observe and
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    • opinion. Yesterday we were able to learn something about the
    • humanity will be enhanced and they will learn the things
    • merely personal interest really have learned to work hard in
    • the last three years. Many people have learned to work and to
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    • good will, they will be forced to learn them from the
    • may arise as to why now is the time for humanity to learn
    • learn the truth that in order to bring about birth and death
    • learn to think in terms of reality. Let us look at the aspect
    • abstractions. Yet they will have to learn to have such ideas,
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    • downward curve of evolution, to incarnate in order to learn
    • for learning; how far sensibility went in rich and poor; how
    • to learn to understand human beings so that we may give due
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    • little bit of spiritual science and who learns what people,
    • opposite direction. Humanity must learn to live on two levels
    • this, too, is something which has to be learned. The truths
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    • us from March this year. And humanity will have to learn, and
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    • though there are serious limits to what we can learn in this
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    • should learn something from this, however — as I have
    • to know them or learn about them.
    • like, memories which make them happy. Education must learn to
    • return again and again to learn new things. On the other
    • hand, if one has learned everything there is to be learned on
    • lessons to be learned in the present time were not slept
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    • and say to themselves: this is something you heard or learned
    • everything we learn is to forget it again as quickly as
    • people are prepared to learn from events. Someone who had
    • inadequate.’ Surely, he must now be inclined to learn
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    • laws of heredity here on earth. People had to learn to live
    • people should continue to learn their letters throughout the
    • learn their letters. It would be equally unintelligent for
    • said, ‘That is not empiricism — learning from
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    • learned medical experts have published
    • technology to learn the secrets of the age felt drawn to
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    • something which is merely learned, to becoming real life. It
    • who was earning thirty thousands francs a year for representing
  • Title: Lecture: Fall and Redemption
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    • knowledge out into the cosmos. We must learn to understand the
    • elements. We must learn to understand the movements of the
    • planets. We must learn to understand the star
    • must in fact first learn the language of Christ, the language
    • relearn this language in order to make sense out of what Christ
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    • things are nothing but symbols of the Spirit; and only one who learns
    • behind the mysterious secrets of the world, so that he learns to recognise
    • when we have learnt to regard the external world itself as a
    • gradually learn to know that he belongs to the Spirit of which
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    • Thus we can learn, for
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    • the learned and brilliant men of the 19th century.
    • truths they there learned about the circle, the triangle, the
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    • Golgotha. We must learn increasingly to recognise that which
    • earnestly into Spiritual Science, — into what Spiritual
    • new birth. We cannot learn to know these human souls unless
    • we also learn to know the other aspects — those other
    • Word in real earnest.
    • Physical Science itself, and not its learned
    • what a deep earnestness and significance is really contained
    • learn from them, and with straightforward sense and vision to
    • strive in all earnestness towards new ideas and new
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    • Egyptians learned to build Pyramids from these peoples,
    • such things, we can learn that evolution, so-called, is by no
    • this in all earnestness. Yet the converse is also true.
    • The earnestness
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    • learn to know this inner being of man when super-sensible
    • learn to know why we have an unconscious life during our ordinary
    • ideas, really leaves him cold. We must learn to know this in
    • the maintenance of the Ego in the spiritual world. We then learn
    • we can only learn to know it through the inner soul-spiritual
    • described, in the universal cosmic ether. But what we learned to
    • learned to know here in the physical world. And we first perceive
    • appears to us, is that we now learn to know man's relationship
    • activity of thinking, we learn to recognize that this activity
    • continually destroyed. We now learn to recognize how our ordinary
    • say: If we learn to know man from this aspect, we also learn to
    • the manner described, we learn to know the gradual course of
    • mineral-physical substance — we learn to know the continual
    • We therefore learn
    • learn to recognize how man's true being rises above that which
    • We learn to know
    • the human being and at the same time we learn to know the
    • universe. If we learn to know man's physical body and its
    • mineralization through thinking, we also learn to know through
    • When we thus learn
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    • Nineteenth Century has learned to reflect over the fact as to how
    • Century, learned to think that everything we carry along with us
    • into which the human being gradually enters is speech: he learns
    • the human being. And man's capacity of learning to speak —
    • instead of learning to speak as is ordinarily the case in the
    • learning to speak and learning to think, in a natural, sensory
    • world, but that we learn to live with thought in the inner
    • earnestly be able to admit that we have come far in the
    • must learn one thing — we must learn to weave inwardly in
    • spiritual Moon Beings. We learn to know that these spiritual Moon
    • father and mother. We learn to know that the spiritual Beings of
    • We thus learn to
    • the world without a body. And in this way we learn to know our
    • own super-sensible human essence. When we thus learn to know our
    • If we thus learn
    • again, we learn to know the super-sensible essence of the
    • learned to experience death as a riddle, only came about in the
    • Nature, if we learn to apply to thought the exact method which we
    • raised to the imaginative stage, and if we also learn to apply
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    • being; they knew that they could only learn something about man's
    • order to indicate the critical attitude, the earnest and truly
    • are viewed from every side, their earnest enigmatic character
    • when we try to intensify thought by earnest meditation? I already
    • if we learn to strengthen our thinking in the right way, if we
    • learn to know the material importance of that life which
    • with our thoughts, when we remember something. Even as we learn
    • meditation, so we may learn to know through the WILL how to pass
    • earnestly strives to become an anthroposophical investigator
    • realities; we learn to know the will impulses objectively; that
    • and we learn to know that when we go to sleep we do not simply
    • If we thus learn
    • to know the moment of falling asleep, we also learn to know the
    • moment of waking up. We now learn to judge that the moment of
    • falling asleep and waking up, we now learned to know the
    • as objective as a desk or a table in ordinary life. We learn to
    • soul. We do not only learn to know the act of falling asleep,
    • when we abandon the body, but now we also learn to return at will
    • that the body absorbs us as we dive into it. We also learn to
    • sleep, we learned to know birth and death. We experienced how the
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    • Those who learn to
    • reality); the Greeks yearned for a kind of redemption in human
    • centuries: It learned to love death upon the cross, that death
    • We must learn to celebrate not only an individual Christmas, but
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    • intensity or clearness of dreams, but dreams are pictures,
    • — the sense of smell, of sight, and so forth. We learn to
    • learn to know the heart when you recognize the gold contained in
    • present stage of natural science man learns to know essentially
    • lifeless substance, dead matter. He does not really learn to know
    • will be taken so earnestly that many things of which Goethe had
    • should be followed with that deep earnestness which does not
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    • We learn to recognize that everything before the Mystery of
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    • learning of that time, he believed that he had risen to a higher
    • through the methods which you have learned to know — when
    • We then learn to
    • gain; this is what they should learn to know in the deepest
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    • method of learning them.
    • learnt to recognise as the principles of human nature? Now we all
    • know that the highest member of human nature is the Ego. We learn to
    • regions, there is everywhere this deep earnestness with which the
    • always approach it with holy awe, with deep earnestness, with a
    • them by the priests. The people first learnt to know of them in this
    • holy understanding. Because the learned cannot yet grasp this and
    • those who are learned will also have to follow the same path as those
    • Learn to discern what beyond all striving yet lives on;
    • ‘Learn
    • known in the Mystery of Christmas, which men will gradually learn to
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    • “I.” We learn to express our “I” at a
    • place. In this way the people learned to know what was written in
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    • first have learnt to read. Those who have not learnt to read in the
    • learn besides this, for it will be found that all the moving and
    • Greek writer pointed to Pythagoras, showing what he had learned from
    • and how he had turned to Zarathustra's doctrines to learn from them
    • Egyptians from whom he learnt Geometry, nor among the Phoenicians
    • from whom he learnt Arithmetic, nor among the Chaldeans from whom he
    • learnt Astronomy; but that he had to turn to the followers of
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    • the disciples in the secret sanctuaries and places of learning in
    • realise that I have a longing for the Spiritual, a yearning towards
    • Egyptian this path was a means whereby man could learn to know the
    • the Portal of Death, to learn of the transition from physical to
    • to follow this path of descent into his own inner being, to learn
    • what can only be experienced there. And in this region he learnt, in
    • qualities of soul. He must learn to be independent of the forces in
    • marvellous processes of his blood. He must learn to know his higher
    • Air and Water — that is to say he learnt to know the nature of
    • the sheaths around his Isis-nature. He learnt to know Fire as it
    • learnt to know how air enters the body in the form of oxygen; he
    • learnt to know his watery nature. Fire, Air and Water — the
    • learnt how through the Isis-power he might find himself one with the
    • mathematical sciences, geometry (which Pythagoras afterwards learnt
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    • see this and learned folk explain it by observations under a microscope
    • interesting to learn the real impulse of the insect which flutters
    • takes people into his study to demonstrate these very learned matters
    • learn. Up to the age of twenty-seven or twenty-eight they keep on
    • these matters by the “learned,” and has no idea that what is
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    • initiation-knowledge, we learn how this is to be understood.
    • strong in proportion to the clearness with which between death and a new
    • that we have gradually to unlearn flying and learn to walk. You
    • he learns what he needs in sleep for experiencing in reverse, fully and
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    • admit that, taking what can be learned about the experiences of the soul
    • feel, that is, if the condition were conscious — a deep yearning
    • world. No, on the contrary, we learn to be more and more definite; and
    • and culture if men will not learn to extend to the spiritual world the
    • actually, in this experience, planetary qualities; we learn to know the
    • of man on Earth. In the third stage we learn to know the Sun in its
    • we learn that as by day we have in us stomach and lung and heart, so by
    • knowledge of the experience of the fixed stars, then we learn at the
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    • earnest investigator this childish conception must be swept
    • Where could we find a similar clearness in Psychology? That the soul
    • count, and therefore cannot learn arithmetic. Even in the
    • that this very same Darwimism has brought clearness and
    • also will be owed clearness and security. And as they relate to
    • thinkers of the day who have preserved a little clearness and
    • immortality.” What would the learned gentleman say if he
  • Title: Lecture: Life and Death
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    • truly observe the intimate life of youth, who has learned to
    • his life — not only through what he learns and hears
    • covering of what we learn in one life — or at most only
    • itself must be there. From this we learn that as long as the
    • way. Thus we must learn: — to be free from desire and
    • events. We must learn to say in a calm and passionless way:
    • goes through this, who learns above all to purchase for
    • should learn to think over what, through the force of logical
    • and death; “The nature of death is to be learnt from
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    • must learn instead to adapt ourselves to the mobility of
    • already learned to know, in previous lectures, the nearest
    • Only when man has become so earnest and purified, that he
    • in the future, to the vegetable kingdom, and it will learn to
    • kingdom. Still later, it will learn to grasp also the laws of
    • All human beings will learn to know and to grasp the inner
    • must learn first of all. We ourselves must gradually mature
  • Title: Lecture: 'Goethe's Faust' from the Point of View of Spiritual Science
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    • awakening. And now, when he has advanced thus far he learns
    • universal among men as a result of earnest search for the
    • all times that which man learns to know when his spiritual eye is
    • maintains: We must take this science earnestly and study it,
    • must first mature; must learn the real relationship between
    • — that is the lesson Faust must learn. The archetype of
    • realm. For this purpose he had to learn that this immortality
    • this anxiety, here we learn to know it in its true form; and
    • antagonisms towards it — but that he shall learn to
    • come to know this — trouble — not merely feel, but learn
    • related to the mystery of the world; that which deeply yearns
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    • I learned to know what windy brothers speed
    • Thus had Cyprian learned to know everything that was to be
    • learned by being, so to speak, initiated into the pre-Christian
    • take hold of us, of which we can learn when we give ourselves
    • are here together — that we may already learn to realise
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    • — That is to say they could only learn from oral
    • are so prodigious and so magnificent that even if they learnt
    • clearly to man, and learn from there the meaning of the
    • writings which we cannot understand until we have learnt what
    • learnt by means of Spiritual Science about the super-sensible
    • pedantry of the Scholastics and of book-learning to the great
    • desires to learn all that has as yet been learnt by mankind
    • existence man now learned to feel in Nature herself. In
    • which directed such great minds, we shall learn by degrees to
  • Title: Lecture: On the Occasion of Goethe's Birthday
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    • various learned authorities, they would make strange
    • that all learning imperatively calls for the theosophical
    • take an interest in the tendency of ordinary learning and
    • everywhere prevailed, together with an earnest striving to
    • fewer books, until they have learnt the content of other
    • wherever science has been honestly and earnestly prosecuted.
    • our day might learn much from Goethe. For in respect to the
    • an infinity. We can learn most from him if we forget much
    • Goethe, — a spirit whom we must first learn to
    • mediaeval learning is served up here, instead of facts in
    • mediaeval learning, but the union of objective, scientific
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    • learn to know, in addition to the characteristics of truth,
    • learnt to know from spiritual science the evolution of the
    • occupy themselves with these things with earnest intent. If
    • is able to take such knowledge earnestly.
    • learns to exclude himself from that which holds objectively.
    • in which one learns to know himself anew with all his
    • Now man first learns how
    • Souls often yearn for its information, but are as often as
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    • learned Latin thoroughly and were afterwards introduced
    • parenthesis) — those who read Max Eyth can learn by
    • Well, said the secretary, cannot you somehow earn her favour?
    • somehow manage to earn the favour of this actress. Can you not
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    • task lies in the sphere of learning are not too obtuse,
    • on in his environment. It is not only that we should learn to
    • There is another author, who learned very much from Mill and
    • emerged, which took things in real earnest, giving access
    • our eyes must first learn to see. And we can only learn to see
    • said to me: We will gradually learn to do without the lectures.
    • tea-parties and invite the people. They will learn to know each
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    • time lacks the necessary earnestness for a genuine
    • Spiritual Science, to develop this earnestness of
    • of olden time had learned to think. Indeed, in olden time
    • this end, however, we must first learn to understand a little
    • dwell on certain characteristic features. We must learn
    • beyond it, first and foremost by learning to understand
    • which man is born. We must learn to regard man in his relation
    • phenomena but is able to read them truly, will learn to
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of Christ in the Human Soul
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    • no one who earnestly reflects upon things could deny that these
    • always admonish men most earnestly, reminding them of the
  • Title: Lecture: The Mysteries (Die Geheimnisse)
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    • insight into the spiritual world by which he learnt the
    • In each one we learn things of many kinds; each one is full of
    • is not necessary for everything that we have once learnt to
    • come to life in every detail. But if we have learnt a great
    • fruits of what we have learnt. The powers of perception and
    • thereby qualified to lead others who have perhaps learnt more
    • Brother Mark. He learns that when the Thirteenth was born a
    • mankind. You can only learn these greater mysteries after
    • Desired to learn what secret they did hide:
    • After a short sleep our Brother Mark next learns to divine
    • the spiritual power of the sun, he must learn the meaning of
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 1. Angels, Folk Spirits, Time Spirits: their part in the Evolution of Mankind.
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    • of this future development by having learnt to control his three
    • lower members to some extent. He learned to control the astral body
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    • difficulty is that one must first learn to discriminate in the
    • must learn to accustom ourselves to new points of view. Man is in the
    • definition. But we have learned through Spiritual, Science that these
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 3. The inner Life of the Folk Spirits. Formation of the Races.
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    • you have all learnt at school
    • and confirms what people have learnt at school. I could also give you
    • and respond with sensibility in the Sentient Soul; we must also learn
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    • On reflection, therefore, you will not be surprised to learn that the
    • when he would find himself Earth-bound. We learn from Spiritual
    • shall learn from Spiritual Science, it was only in the past that
    • Atlantean epoch up to our post-Atlantean epoch. We shall learn later
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    • and reincarnation. Only through these teachings therefore do we learn
    • already suggested. The aspirant for spiritual knowledge will learn
    • the course of the last lectures we have learned that a race is the
    • operate. When man learns to perceive something of that which he
    • fit the facts completely. You can learn much from them. The Earth
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    • learned Rabbis, in Rabbinism. The task of this particular people is
    • people, this people has learned how to develop and perfect the
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 8. The Five Post-Atlantean Civilizations.
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    • should learn to know to some extent from an understanding of the
    • Odin? Who or what was he? In what form did Nordic man learn to love
    • Odin and above all to understand him? He learned to recognize him as
    • in sound. He learned how to make use of it when he underwent a long
    • so to speak, to the outer. He could still respond when he learned
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 9. Loki - Hodur and Baldur - Twilight of the Gods.
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    • to learn that Spiritual Science attributes sickness and death to a
    • the spiritual world. But they always yearned for that world and have
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 11. Nerthus, Freyja and Gerda.
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    • Fenris Wolf. We learn of this too in the Twilight of the Gods.
    • progressive development of culture. We must learn to understand this.
    • We must learn to understand that it would not redound to the credit
    • learn to know the Folk Souls, because the province of Spiritual
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 1
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    • Spiritual Science must learn not to take what springs from our own
    • we ask ourselves unselfishly what it is that Europeans have learnt to
    • up anywhere from historical records, and the academic learning which
    • assimilation of thought. Today we can only learn what things were
    • we learn that Persephone is the true daughter of Demeter. It is there
    • too that we learn that Eros, another figure who appears in the
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 2
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    • time in pictorial form can also be learnt again today. How is this
    • capacities will show themselves in that man will learn to see the
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    • learn to feel again that the spiritual is active in everyday events
    • human being and try to learn something of the forces which call forth
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    • fully clear to us if first we learn a little about the way spiritual
    • who will yearn in a way after the star cast off at the death of the
    • yearn after this star, any more than souls on the Earth hanker after
    • influence, but they do not yearn after it.
    • of Beings working on another planet who yearn after some other
    • really feel this yearning for a star outside in the cosmos which they
    • man would yearn for all time. Such a nostalgia may not be brought
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    • only learn to know the ego when we direct our physical faculty of
    • we wish to learn to know our ego.
    • from the outside, we are able to say: ‘Admittedly we learn to
    • know this ego upon the physical plane only, but we do at least learn
    • if we wish to learn to know the physical body in its true form. Here
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    • is obliged to say: ‘Then it is quite impossible to learn to
    • professor or other, who is learned in the science of the outer
    • is in us, the human being saw his own self in Dionysos, and learnt to
    • the aspirants learned to know Dionysos as a spirit-form. In the
    • Mysteries they were actually instructed by him, they learned to
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    • ignorance, as man's greatest sin. He learns to acknowledge that
    • realise that it is no mere selfish yearning, but deep-seated duty
    • self-knowledge — when he really learns something of his inmost
    • physical brain. We have to resort to occultism to learn how the brain
    • learns that these forces have not passed through the human
    • learn later why that happened; now I only want just to mention it.
    • thoughts, so the original gods learned to know themselves in Lucifer
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    • materialistic science will one day come to learn once more the
    • soul is assailed by trials in which it has to learn how to develop
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    • arrogance of modern academic learning for the most part supposes,
    • academic learning or by some form of belief in authority has been
    • enter, learns how to plunge into the work of countless generations
    • this connection. For through it we learn that countless spiritual
    • hierarchies have been at work upon us, we learn how our physical,
    • the hierarchies, we learn how cosmic Spirits have been at work in
    • When Capesius learns
    • contexts named the Christ Impulse. We then learn to understand in its
    • Christ Impulse through our egotistic impulses and passions, we learn
    • to recognise the being of man, learn to know all the secrets of the
  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of Raphael in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • from the beauties of external life, a yearning for beauty. Once again
    • works of Raphael and have thus learned to revere this soul in all its
    • soul had learned to form of the Greek gods is expressed in the Parnassus,
  • Title: Lecture: About Horses That Can Count and Calculate
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    • learns to know after years of work in a physiological laboratory!
  • Title: Lecture: The National Epics With Especial Attention to the Kalevala
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    • Western Europe learns to know the soul of Finland in such a way as to
    • the Neibelunge is brought to her, she can make use of it. We learn how
    • will be guided into super-sensible regions; so that we shall again learn
    • learns to know that it is possible to attain to a manifestation of the
    • also learn to know the life of the soul in that which we have called
    • shine out as the intellectual soul, and man learnt to use his powers
    • to me who only learnt to understand Kalevala long, long after these
  • Title: Four Seasons/Archangels: Lecture I: The Michael Imagination
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    • dying away. But in truth we earn the right to enter into the season
    • he must learn to make conscious use of the meteoric-force in his
    • blood. He must learn to keep the Michael Festival by making it a
    • — you learn to experience how at this autumn festival of
    • material to be found on earth. We have learnt to make out
  • Title: Four Seasons/Archangels: Lecture III: The Easter Imagination
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    • in a sense renewed for human beings every year. We can learn to feel
    • if we learn to recognise the
    • the cosmic astral element, then we learn also to recognise the
    • it comes out in the healing ones. Thus we learn to know these healing
    • products and beings of nature, we learn to recognise their
    • learn to recognise the healing forces active in volatile substances
    • that can be learnt in this way under the
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    • extraordinarily earnest countenance, which arises glowing
    • earnestness that this representative of the weaving cosmic forces,
    • there appears in high summer, with earnest countenance, a
    • Its meaning first dawns upon the mind when as human beings we learn
    • directs his earnest gaze. Here during the height of summer the
    • the earnest gaze of Uriel we gain the impression of how the
    • increasingly earnest gaze of Uriel, directed towards the depths of
    • or arm-like wings, raised in earnest admonition, and this gesture by
  • Title: Four Seasons/Archangels: Lecture V: The Working Together of the Four Archangels
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    • circulation of the blood. Thus man learns to recognise in himself the
    • have learnt to know Gabriel as the
  • Title: Fifth Gospel (1950): Lecture I
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    • be found to-day, even among the most learned Christians in the
    • science, all the learning, even all the theosophy that can be
    • learned dissertations of the Middle Ages, of the Schoolmen, of
    • versed in Greek learning; here were Romans who added to the
    • numbers of learned Romans and Greeks. Men lacking in culture
    • their way into the world of highly developed Greek learning,
    • Gnostics who were the learned theosophists of those times had,
    • such a way that the Schoolmen, with all their learning, can
    • the absence, so it appears, of intellectuality, learning,
    • consciousness. What power is at work in those unlearned
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    • many things we have learned from previous studies of Theosophy.
    • experience which may be described by saying: one learns to read
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    • was sitting among the learned doctors and scribes, amazing them
    • among the learned scribes. Those around Jesus of Nazareth
    • in the form of Hebrew learning. At first the boy listened with
    • answers to everything said by the many learned doctors and
    • Nazareth too, he astonished the learned doctors who came there
    • those years. What he heard from the learned scribes assembled
    • one day it would happen so to him. The learned doctors and
    • astounding answers to the learned doctors, but he now heard the
    • them. In this way he learnt to understand the souls of the
    • they themselves had learned within the Order. Everyone who
    • outside member, and that even the most learned Essenes spoke
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    • From many different points of view we are learning to realise
    • humanity. In this particular course of lectures we are learning
    • wisdom, human learning. Scholarship as such interested him
    • able to assimilate Hebrew learning which seemed, however,
    • he also knew that it was only the store of learning accumulated
    • yearnings for all that he had been before his twelfth year. And
    • what he had learned among the Essenes. He spoke of the beauty,
    • learned from His twelfth year onwards; He felt that the
    • know, which He could only learn to know as the result of the
    • says he learnt a good deal from us over here but that he was
    • afterwards summoned to the Masters and learnt more from them.
    • of learning by which the age is dominated. Of this too we have
    • contents of the Fifth Gospel. Earnestness and an inner
    • learn how to read ... On one of the pages we find the sentence:
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    • life of humanity. For men will learn to regard the moral life from a
    • sense be learned. It is not easy to describe what its meaning for us
    • upon us, and we learn from them how we could have met this or that
    • life a mood of being able to learn from life, of being able to regard
    • that we learn from it, not simply accumulating knowledge, but growing
    • for if one learns from the world, and grows in understanding for the
    • which enters human life again so radically as learning to walk and
    • do we direct ourselves into life when we learn to speak? Forces of
    • direction work as well when we learn to speak. But the forces which
    • have indicated, the desire to learn all through life will arise. It
    • will be seen that one has to begin learning in the right way when one
    • do not need to learn anything more once their youth is past. In this
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 1: Natural Science
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    • achieve it. When consciousness does learn to rest and rest
    • is internally differentiated, and we learn the significance of
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    • much we learn about what can be experienced by the human body
    • that through it can be learnt nothing about the soul, whose
    • world in such a way that he learns to orientate himself in it
    • life. He steps out of this body and learns to see imaginally,
    • speculation and actually beheld. We learn to look at the purely
    • our will that we learn to make use of it independently of the
    • the spiritual, but see its authentic shape. And when we learn
    • creative way we learn to live without the body. And in doing so
    • learn how in reality, too, we can do without the body and how,
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    • symptomatology. We must learn to interpret surface features
    • meditate upon it. As modern men, we have really learnt
    • have learnt through science the thinking that is suited to our
    • doing, we exist in the world in such a way that we learn to
    • yearning for a balance of this kind is certainly present in the
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    • using the equipment of learning with which we have
    • microscope extensively and learnt about cell-life, and formed
    • our soul creates replicas as its experiences; so now we learn
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    • knowledge of self! We must learn to reach a true knowledge of
    • our own inner physical body. We learn to know the substance of
    • the way thus opened up to us of learning to know
    • individual organs in man's total substance. Gradually, we learn
    • our soul in a way that satisfies us. If we also learn to know
    • our comprehensive inner organism, and learn how its individual
    • have tried to describe it in the last few days. In learning to
    • self becomes world-memory and we learn world-knowledge.
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    • ensues. In this way he learns to bear what in the natural state
    • From observation of the healthy man, I learn what forces to
    • learning to integrate our own individual selves into the
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 9: Prospects of its Solution (Europe-America)
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    • can learn an enormous amount when we acquaint them with the
    • times has learnt to regard the old belief in ghosts as a
    • learned something, but implanting it in your will by the
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 10: From Monolithic to Threefold Unity
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    • area of social life, something that has been learnt from
    • amount can be learnt.
    • yearn for a natural authority. We can see this at work in the
    • Only when we have learnt to perceive the chaotic nature of
    • however, is based solely on what can be learnt from
  • Title: Lecture: Pythic, Prophetic and Spiritual-Scientific Clairvoyance
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    • learn to know ourselves when we learn to know the imaginations which
    • to the senses; and we only learn to know those inspirations destined
    • This clairvoyance, which arises through learning to live inwardly in
    • they will not yearn for it, but say: Ah! I may not. All that is finished
    • of our spiritual scientific stream. How much the earnestness is necessary
    • non-participators — so that we can learn to know them more intimately;
  • Title: Lecture: Pythic, Prophetic and Spiritual-Scientific Clairvoyance
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    • learn to know ourselves when we learn to know the Imaginations
    • blood extending to the senses; and we only learn to know those
    • learning to live inwardly in ones nerves and blood — to feel
    • will not yearn for it, but will say: “Ah! I cannot. All that
    • of our spiritual scientific stream. How much earnestness is
    • that we can learn to know them more intimately. And if we find such
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    • therein, he can learn nothing concerning the super-sensible.
    • Consciousness, Only through learning to unite this cosmological
    • basis of their modern learning concepts by which they can grasp
    • appeared to him as though the learned people of the last
    • the unlearned people.” That was the time when Schelling
    • the ideas at the disposal of modern learning, one could never
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    • from what they were before. He learns to think in another way
    • only learned how it looks; but how things should be done, that
    • learned to put such questions because their souls have
    • souls who today cry for liberty and equality have learned it at
    • primary importance learns to take this life seriously. It
    • example, in earnest, social democracy, saying that the human
    • This shows us what it is all about: that one must learn the
    • learns to place its powers at the disposal of the whole from
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    • that in the eighteenth century a human yearning turns to the
    • our time. It is remarkable. The yearnings — as I have
    • yearnings which do not understand themselves because they do
    • hearts are full of yearning. We can look from this simple
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    • a time he experimented together with Goethe in order to learn the
    • former power and strength, and we learn from their conversation how
    • quickly altered, and in fact it is so. We learn that the Old Man
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    • learning, viz., the objective, is the same.
    • to a critical faculty which makes men learn everything indeed, but
    • verified by daily experience. The man who has learnt a few
    • who has learned a cooking-book by heart, but cannot cook. As the gold
    • we can learn in natural science, in political science of
    • Death and Birth! Learn to know what life can offer, go
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    • The time when in his inner being he learned to know and experience
    • had already preceded this. He had learnt to know the way in which
    • been at the point of a denial of future life. In Herder he learnt
    • which is not the outcome of mockery and scorn Goethe learnt to know
    • little more than what he had learnt by heart from law books. But he
    • And then there came something else. Goethe had learnt to
    • unite them with what they had learnt to know through external
    • Natural Science. What they learnt was like a natural process. On
    • on the next step they learnt to know what was taught of the higher
    • problems of natural science and had learnt the deep experience
    • Goethe learnt to know this Mephistopheles. The later
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    • personality which has learnt to know the reality of the spiritual,
    • so dissimilar from Part I. What he had learnt in Part I, he
    • Before the spiritual sun rises in the soul, the learner
    • witness which can be learnt in the spiritual world — and so
    • betakes itself into a new embodiment. But he has yet to learn how
    • more from the sense-world into the super-sense — he learns
    • learnt what it means to say: ‘The act is all, the glory is
    • nothing.’ He has learnt to say: ‘I desire to be active.
    • spiritual world, and learn to know powers which are at play there,
    • Here there is much to be learnt by those who read in one or other
    • only then one learns what Goethe can become for humanity. One
    • learns to recognize what he will one day become, if Spiritual
    • ‘Faust;’ for one will first have to learn the language
    • One has first to learn how to read Goethe,
    • able to measure the whole earnestness, out of which the Faust
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    • consciousness, attained to learn what every boy and girl learns
    • Cosmos. Reading and writing were nevertheless learned in those
    • reading and writing can only be learned with that clear
    • forth out of these Imaginations, learned to say: I must be a
    • one hand the Initiate learned to experience Asia as
    • God-forsaken, Spirit-forsaken, he learned also to know a still
    • Second Hierarchy. Knowing the world bereft of God, he learned
    • Initiates they learned to know, no longer the grey-green
    • Pictures of the trees, they learned as Initiates to know the
    • as it were, a superabundance of life over death, yearned after
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    • still retained also that inward feeling that one must learn to
    • considerable clearness at what point he himself stood in the
    • man desired to learn something concerning the spiritual world,
    • spirit. As a tiny insect that runs over a human being may learn
    • the Earth and by learning to know the Earth with its different
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    • Mysteries was that the pupil should learn to become aware in
    • learned to know the hindrances man has in his emotions that
    • human feeling. For unless one has learned what it means to live
    • And the pupils of Hibernia had to learn to value Being and
    • worked upon you. In this way he learned to recognise the
    • distributed in the Cosmos. He learned to know man's relation to
    • the Sun. And he learned that the reason why man is not in
    • the Sun. In such manner did the pupil learn to find his
    • blood. He learned to know himself as a Sun-being, as he
    • learned to know himself as Moon-being, by experiencing the
    • Thus did the pupil live his way into the Cosmos, by learning to
    • Alexander learned from Aristotle to understand how the earthy,
    • microcosm. He learned how in the bones of the human being lives
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    • Through all that the human being learned concerning the working
    • out of this Divinity and learning to make use of his own
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    • atmosphere of intense earnestness. There they stood in the
    • over the world, into which man's old nearness with the Gods
    • must place this picture in all clearness before us, the picture
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    • that we should learn to know again what is the real relation of
    • one case from the other. You can learn nothing of the cause. If
    • processes in the human body. We learn to perceive how we have
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    • peculiar force and earnestness when we see it shape itself out
    • learned concerning it this picture: the dark bank of cloud that
    • learned increasingly to feel how closely related warmth of soul
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    • in the human life, but is no longer present, so we now learn
    • as in an onward-flowing stream, one learns at the same time
    • experience we have had in the sense-world, and learn that in
    • awakes in memory, so now, after we have learned in the
    • pre-earthly existence, but when he now learns by means of this
    • what he is in a body-free state, he learns also of that which
    • body. One learns at the same time of the movement and activity
    • learns to know, I might say, how the soul moves about in the
    • pre-earthly existence in the spiritual world. But one learns
    • dependent upon an earlier earth-life. I said that one learns of
    • the oneness of the moral and the natural; one learns that in
    • that spirit streams through the whole world, one now learns
    • between death and a new birth; we learn how it comported
    • endowed with moral impulses; and we learn that it is all
    • has learned to develop this self-creativeness of
    • learn the real secrets of nature.
    • platform, when what was learned in spiritual vision was put
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    • must in a sense learn to value the winter, because were it
    • science we learn that a parallel exists, in the way referred
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    • mention that a really earnest spiritual movement can have no
    • of the microscope, or learns through his investigations,
    • worthy of veneration; but all is worthy of being learnt. That
    • spiritual worlds; we have but to take in earnest what this
    • spiritual science, with full, true, earnestness.
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    • first to learn the truths about the cosmos and about human
    • must therefore strive back to it. We must learn to feel the
    • good faith. People will learn to understand more and more,
    • will learn that it is his duty to express not merely what he
    • Earnestly
    • into human evolution more and more. Man will have to learn
    • must also learn to recognise that he is under an obligation
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    • another group of social ties. He learns to know social
    • young people are anxious to wipe the most recent learning
    • learning of the time and who expressed it in writing and orally
    • world might derive from theology and learning regarding
    • there quite baldheaded. To a learned man in the year 1765 this
    • learn “what secret force/ dwells in the world and rules its course”
    • and Goethe when Goethe, yearning to perceive these things that
    • his day. Up to that time Goethe had learned to revere that art
    • that Goethe had learned to value so highly, but who presented
    • badly. Here all false yearning after authoritarian belief is
    • longer suppress his yearning to go to Italy. So in the late
    • had observed in his environment and what he had learned to feel
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    • from its cause. We learn from Goethe's own narrative, from the
    • a natural phenomenon in the organism. However, we never learn to
    • world — indeed, we never learn really to understand any man —
    • Goethe and the fact that, as we learn from his biography, he
    • shall also learn that the laws we discover in great
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    • learn to understand him when we fail to permit these complex
    • members of the most learned circles, when they tried to
    • writing such learned tracts on the Mannheim dog and other dogs,
    • man who grows into intimate union with a life of learning has
    • occupied their specially lofty stations, the areas of learning
    • get from them what they needed to learn. He also gradually
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    • was learned from these beings determined the course of
    • will, the sacrificial priests in the temples could learn it
    • from them. What they learned was to them, in a sense, the will
    • men learned from the will of the gods what was to happen here
    • spiritual science. Only by learning first to recognize the
    • they are fitted for this or that vocation may learn that the
    • broadened; that is, that we should learn to know that
    • omnipresent in a concrete, special sense. People must learn to
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    • of life through learning to see that we are immersed in
    • dreams. We must learn, however, to judge the formation of
    • learn whether or not the person is respectable and whether he
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    • sure, the boys learned to get along in Latin and later in the
    • parenthetically — that those who read Eyth learn through this
    • the intricacies of modern life with special clearness because
    • do so. But I ask you to give the most earnest attention to this
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    • role if only those whose mission is to cultivate learning are
    • consist merely in learning how to direct children to the right
    • who has learned a good deal from these two thinkers, Mill and Herzen,
    • her and people might learn something in the right way. This
    • eyes must first learn how to see. The direction of one's
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    • life. This means that we must learn to compare the nature of
    • expressed in the course a human life takes. We can learn much
    • humanities with a monk, learned mathematics from his father
    • and, in addition, learned drawing, perspective, and the like
    • instruction for him with the money he earned with sweat and
    • earning a little thereby, to be sure, but it required a good
    • should learn that this would please His Highness. This answer
    • the contrary, I would earnestly desire this and strive for it,
    • private students and through my earnings from private lessons,
    • certain time he actually betrayed this man of learning. The
    • ingratitude and fickleness of fate. He had learned fully how
    • distinguished teachers; he learned the humanities with a monk
    • really be studied conscientiously and earnestly and not in the
    • fooled simply because they refuse to learn anything. All they
    • willing. We have already learned to know much that is connected
    • learn much more. But what strikes us time and again is the fact
    • interest him. At least, I learned nothing of it from him.
    • “These persons should not be given the opportunity to earn
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    • to it. The people of ancient times learned to think from their
    • passed through the portal of death. We must learn, however, to
    • something especially characteristic of our age. We must learn
    • learning once again to know and think of the cosmos with which
    • learning to think of it in relation to man.
    • unless we first learn to view things concretely. Someone
    • become manifest when we learn rightly to read what is often
    • reads them, will often learn to read things in the right way
    • concealed within the steam engine what had been learned in the
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    • Christianity earnestly. It is taken least of all seriously by
    • important that we learn to reproduce His miracles and thereby
    • entire world. Humanity must learn to deal with nature as the
    • gods have done; it should learn not to construct machines in an
    • when one learns such things are mentioned. But as I said, there
    • will the world be informed about this? The world will learn
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    • observer of the world who is wide awake and in earnest. It is
    • us in the world men of learning in the most various spheres.
    • These learned ones are the champions, the keepers of
    • various spheres by the learned. And these among themselves,
    • suppose some learned man — and we can always pick one out
    • great number of these learned men who represent such special
    • appears, it was possible to learn much. For instance, one
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    • feeling, or to put it differently, when man learns to look at
    • like from the time of the Caesars; try to learn about this
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    • Pythagorean School that Apollonius learned what I spoke about
    • are learnt in the customary course of modern diplomatic
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    • working classes. If one would learn to know life,
    • to earn a certain number of shillings a day, it is a matter
    • people can make their earnings by it too. It will be done by
    • unnecessary work. And that is the point. One must learn to
    • learning to know the conditions of life in an individual
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    • learning to see, that at bottom nothing is to be accomplished
    • one can learn in the factory as a business-man or a practical
    • can learn from still fewer pages what it is necessary to
    • earnest about what we may term the
    • learning for many years past. Directly one approaches people
    • any way on what they have learnt under the old conditions.
    • earlier date, have since been incapable of learning new
    • attempt could be made, we made it. But one must learn a
    • indeed it is urgently necessary to-day to learn wisdom from
    • else would be so much wisdom learnt in vain in the course of
    • not capable of learning wisdom.
    • at practical life, and learn to see where the centres of injury
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    • learned to dance decades before as a very young man. At that
    • time I attempted to learn the steps of the quadrille to this
    • very much occupied, first, in learning the steps and then in
    • cited similar ones. But in following such learned dissertations
    • place in the soul. Whoever has not learned to differentiate
    • from a book of this so-called learned gentleman. This book has
    • really earnest work on the soul. — Having reached this
    • emerges out of our organism. And we have learned to recognize
    • itself we learn that the human being descends from out of a
    • learn. It would be much more comfortable if we could answer the
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    • that what even this gifted man had learned from his study of
    • for showing what has to be learned at the present time: that
    • is something our age has got to learn, but finds so difficult
    • to learn. For however much our age imagines it lives in
    • must learn to grasp things as they really are. Taking care to
    • Having learned to look at the human being in this way, if we
    • then learn to see history as it really is, we become aware of
    • life. Let us take the fact that we can learn something by
    • view can only come about because no one has learned how to
    • things you have had to do when learning a poem by heart or when
    • have to learn to look into a sphere that cannot be perceived
    • learning.
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    • worlds — that we learn to experience how the thinking can
    • is precisely in our meditation that we learn how we make use of
    • to learn to suppress all this consciously.
    • development of his will he learns to produce a condition which
    • science of spirit we learn to distinguish between what is real
    • advanced; only in life itself can we learn to distinguish the
    • Thus, too, in the spiritual world we learn to distinguish
    • the faculties of the soul that share in it, who have learned to
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    • starting point for genuine research. Having learned about the
    • learned in direct perception that man bears within him
    • of the soul; we now learn how man can live within the will
    • the soul which is learning to experience itself in its
    • it can be learned that the physical body of the sun present in
    • Just as we learn about external nature by representing it in
    • its constructive, formative forces are concerned by learning
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    • If we learn to immerse ourselves in the life of our mental
    • taken from different points. We learn now to immerse ourselves
    • pictures which all portray the same tree, so we learn to look
    • picture of reality, and to learn about them, to look into them
    • possibly understand anything about their learning and
    • knowledge. It is a lesson from which we can still learn today,
    • and particularly those could learn who, when it comes to
    • learn from them. It is not only with Eduard von Hartmann but
    • out, eventually leads to our being increasingly able to learn
    • belonging to it. How we then learn not only to overcome our
    • the body. That is to say, we learn to perceive not with the ego
    • scientific learning of the new Darwinian biology with its
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    • itself. The natural joy of a child learning to speak may be
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    • who have children, do think a little more earnestly, because
    • in his mouth. Then they became acquainted; and they learnt
    • they will not learn from each other. Because that would mean
    • element shall be taken in full earnestness — that men
    • that these are deep and earnest truths, and they must run
    • to be learnt from these facts. They have a certain fund of
    • understand what underlies the statement that we must learn
    • way again, because obviously, one has learnt something from
    • wanted to make comprehensible to you how we must learn the
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    • life. What is so urgently necessary is Earnest labour in
    • resolved to take earnestly such ideas as those we have
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    • who are able to take in earnest what is lying in this call to
    • Constantinople. Since then no catholic man of learning dare
    • through the Middle Ages. Nothing scared the learned ones of
    • present time. These things today must have our earnest
    • what might be less rigid: a certain subject should be learnt
    • spirit in earnest. Taking the spirit in earnest means if we
    • For this maxim must be learnt today — we have not only to
    • learn to speak the truth truthfully. In many spheres today
    • wanting you to learn to feel within you the necessity for
    • much, will be learnt from the kind of thing I made my point
    • learning and you will further the task the present time
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    • indicated with what earnestness this spiritual deepening
    • present day have still very very much to learn about these
    • was nothing which learned Catholics of the Middle Ages
    • mobility) such and such a subject must be learned up to such
    • earnest, means that when anyone enters a lecture hall he is
    • that is True. We must learn that we nave not only to advocate
    • been that you should learn to feel in yourselves the
    • very, very much to be learnt, from such an example as I gave
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    • and Initiation and its Result, we learn how to
    • when we have learnt (it is difficult to learn, but it is
    • vital and living, We learn to distinguish movement which we
    • make as men in universal space. We learn too, to
    • to learn after the age of fifteen. That would be one way of
    • be irritated at the modern way of learning things. Today
    • been a healthy one. They will very soon learn to see through
    • one — it is as if a man learns to feel himself as a
    • makes on inwardly a different man. A man learns to feel
    • pedagogics can be learnt. Herbart and his followers
    • have this belief to-day that just by “learning”
    • learn physiology in order to be able to feed oneself; a man
    • to be a teacher by the mere fact of learning pedagogy;
    • in old age, one must have learnt in childhood how to fold the
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    • learned from him many things that have entered deeply into
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    • investigator must learn the methods which make it possible so
    • yearn for cloudy, nebulous experience of all kinds; it is
    • working. He learns to recognise the forces of the universe in
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    • remain simpletons all their life, only a very few have really learnt
    • of life the human being learns more, assimilates more wisdom than in
    • true. In the first three years of life we learn a very great deal; we
    • learn what can only be learnt on Earth, namely the knowledge that is
    • and a great deal more besides. In those first three years we learn very
    • much, and what we thus learn forms part of what is known as the substance
    • body into the head of the next incarnation. And the most learned would
    • sphere of working. I beg you to take this truth in the deepest earnestness.
    • domain of Spiritual Science. It is not a question merely of learning
    • has made the Earth holy, they will also learn how to place their knowledge
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    • first to learn the truths about the cosmos and about human
    • must therefore strive back to it. We must learn to feel the
    • good faith. People will learn to understand more and more,
    • will learn that it is his duty to express not merely what he
    • Earnestly
    • into human evolution more and more. Man will have to learn
    • must also learn to recognise that he is under an obligation
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    • to learn anything about the significance of death and birth in
    • the events on Golgotha did the Gods learn to know inwardly of
    • learn to understand that the most significant teachings have
    • able to learn something about what everyone can experience in
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    • of course be compelled to learn the language of this tribe; but
    • one concerned need only take the trouble to learn the
    • discussion, the will to learn, the will gradually to
    • we can learn something else besides, if we see how in these
    • attention upon realities, not dogmas, we can learn how much
    • That is the reality. By this means humanity has learned to
    • Christianity is so radically combated today has been learned
    • learned the thought-forms from the scholastic science of the
    • unlearned and forgotten. It was therefore necessary for man to
    • Following a time when the ego learned to think through
    • ego has learned to think and to direct its vision to the
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    • yearnings of the human soul, then there emerges out of today's
    • against the pain, then he will learn as a spiritual researcher
    • higher intuition in which one has first learned, in deepest
    • Thus we learn to judge the eternal in the
    • that they learn rather of something that will go through all
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    • earnestly try to found a community consisting solely of
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    • personal life; he learned to govern his moral inclinations
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    • learned through spiritual research to look back into earlier
    • caricature reveals the nature of the caricaturist. We learn
    • wit, and power of observation and imagination, than we learn
    • If we learn
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    • the child should not learn the significance of the letters of
    • inclined to be too earnest and too quiet, it will benefit
    • everything from the beginning and learn to bring to life what
    • student's eagerness for learning and his desire for
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    • expressed it by saying that no world traveller learns as much
    • on his far-flung journeys as the little child learns from his
    • development, and must have become not merely learned, but
    • first learns; only later does it understand, and only later
    • puberty. There is no need for concern that things learnt may
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    • one must of necessity learn to understand the spiritual
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    • earnest self-introspection. And indeed it expresses one of
    • that individual is truly able to learn from life. He
    • a learner, he or she can now become an adviser. A person's
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    • the other hand, some learned books do proffer a variety of
    • us only insofar as we learn from it that Rosicrucianism has
    • of learning and inner development, adapted to the particular
    • learn the description of what today may seem a far distant
    • learned already in the physical world, and thus provide a
    • sense-free. Today there are learned people, including
    • perceive the depths of soul. A Rosicrucian has to learn this
    • learns. The signs are not arbitrary; they enable those who
    • but not much can be learned, unless one is knowledgeable
    • the eighteenth century there appeared in an earnest
    • of the plant world. Think of someone who every day earns five
    • different position than someone who earns two shillings but
    • Rosicrucian pupil learns the alchemy that eventually will
    • to earlier. But what is it that human beings will learn in
    • learn to create ordinary coal — which is also what
    • around us. A person who learns under certain conditions to
    • inner eye will learn the true nature of light. Another area
    • the nose. By meditatively sinking into this point one learns
    • learns the spiritual construction of the human being. He is
    • learn about the beings and forces that built up his
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    • temples, which were places of learning and also of artistic
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    • From them we learn that, for example, in the year
    • learned or of simple faith.
    • the early centuries the attitude of learned people towards
    • simply too much effort to learn something new.
    • we may learn something new; we inwardly grasp something we
    • attained, many different degrees of learning and schooling of
    • into which the neophyte was led, he learned to know stages of
    • when he had learned to breathe through lungs. If this whole
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    • developed through our education, and what we have learned
    • educated, for we must learn to form our thoughts on life. If we
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    • himself up from the earth and stand upright, he learned to
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    • us fill our hearts and souls with a festive, earnest
    • the earth and then learn to know the mystery of the year's
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    • But only then does one learn to understand the world. Only then does
    • one also learn to strive upwards towards a true religious comprehension
    • can learn, especially if one observes this in the outermost ramifications
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    • goal. The first is that one learns to know what is related there; but
    • the light, it should learn to judge in a light-filled way.
    • at least to expand itself. That is how one must learn to look at things;
    • one must learn to see things in living movement. That is what confronts
    • only if we learn to try to look at all things in the way I have tried
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    • short, a miserable wretch who might learn something from
    • you saw when you were eighteen, for instance, or learned
    • point of view for a spiritual scientist. He learns to
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    • as it has learnt something, then we are looking at things the
    • right way. But it must have learnt those things in a really
    • necessary, but at the same time, it is a basis for learning,
    • learning through observation, not useless criticism.” He
    • in life only if we take what we learn through self-observation
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    • involved. We must learn to discriminate properly between a
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    • but will have to learn it until it becomes a habit. The mere
    • We shall stick to our community who are content to learn from
    • altogether in earnest, for if the impulses of will
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    • learned books the most foolish things—which explain
    • between man and man, men must learn to experience significant
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    • Nowadays there is very much that fights against this learning
    • in the early years, first babbling, then gradually learned to
    • speak, in the way they learn there mingles into the child's
    • learning to speak a heritage brought down from the
    • learning to speak. He who can bring a fine observation to
    • child who is learning to speak. He will only be able to
    • all that it learns from nurse or mother. We bear with us out
    • into gesture, and so on. But we must learn to do the opposite
    • before us. We must learn that what we customarily only looked
    • dry plant leaf. We must again learn the language of all
    • nature. We must learn to penetrate through the abstract
    • unlearned it; and must regain the connection. There are
    • must again learn to have these experiences. In this spirit
    • people are inclined really to learn from the events;; how
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    • is that just in the case of those who make the most earnest endeavours,
    • and way of writing — who is giving his most earnest thought to what
    • it must be admitted, are deeply moved by the earnestness of the times,
    • into the catastrophe, that the least we must learn from the catastrophe
    • you read philosophically inspired writings of well-educated learned
    • those men of philosophical learning who have not made a study of Catholic
    • literature, of protestant learning, of the reformed churches, lags far
    • is not done by the Catholic men of learning but they always bring forward
    • learned idler of the first water. (I don't think I can praise him more
    • than by calling him a learned idler of the first water.) Through his
    • today. Wither they have learnt them in some school through direct tuition
    • not always taken sufficiently in earnest. I could give you quite a number
    • By reason of this, man learns
    • however to make his whole perception of the world fruitful. He learns
    • shall learn to see it again when through our faculty of abstraction we
    • you have learned to live in the abstract — this is the world in
    • increase more and more if men do not take serious pains really to learn
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    • of mankind. If we wish to be successful in this, we must earnestly keep
    • penetrate to the sphere of the spirit so that he learns to understand
    • Science and the Movement of Spiritual Science in earnest. It cannot
    • matter earnestly, conscientiously, we shall not want merely to find
    • is required of them. We must recognise in all earnestness that the aims
    • indeed in our learning to judge afresh the surrounding world and our
    • relation to it and in our learning to look more deeply, into the world.
    • inner ground I learn from the spiritual world. These men do quite useful
    • movement for Spiritual Science is to be taken nowadays as earnestly
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    • will become increasingly so for all men, to learn to understand the
    • spiritual world, to learn to understand it with sound human intelligence
    • can be learnt about this question by hearing what the things and beings
    • very point that our contemporaries have terribly much to learn; in this
    • cleverness nor of belief in what is learned; it is a question of enhancing
    • himself is of a divine spiritual nature, and shall learn not to recognise
    • but punish lovingly; above all we shall learn one thing which might
    • because I want to point to the necessity for earnestness, dignity, and
    • earnestness. The times are grave and the remedy for the times that we
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    • happen—to give oneself this shake so as in spite of all to learn
    • than the living Goethe. If these things are taken earnestly and in a
    • has up till now called itself Goetheanism. We should have to learn to
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    • you have become learned in theory. It doesn't really come to
    • first learnt within the astral world as something new and
    • shortened the duration of his sojourn through learning
    • really entering this bliss, having learnt to add the self
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    • you want to examine yourself, learn to know about yourself
    • our surroundings. Learning to know this outer world, we try to
    • existence. We learn to recognise these particularities within
    • on learning a great deal but rather that one has this or that
    • spiritual science learning can't be spared and whoever is on
    • earnestly focus on examining this karmic idea, pose such a
    • question now and then, in full earnestness and full honesty and
    • learn to feel how present setbacks originate from an earlier life.
    • learn to know the “I,” in its selective existence,
    • learn to recognise the godly when you allow the drop of
    • want to learn to know ourselves we must totally go out of
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    • he who to-day is not himself dead, as most learned men are in soul,
    • child. When you see this in the dome, you will observe that an earnest
    • here been attempted. This is not to say that earnest effort has not
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    • Now stress of deed and storm of yearning
    • represented as deep wisdom by the learned gentlemen who quote
    • truth, are working, and now he sees himself with a clearness
    • student's errors. Only now that he has learnt through his
    • something more definite and solid. Faust has learnt like a
    • of his having added ancient magic to his learning. The
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    • learned people have made various distributions that, however,
    • witches' souls. But Faust wants to learn the deeper secrets
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    • mother speaks in the empty phrases he learnt there. These are
    • represented the way Goethe had learnt from Paracelsus'
    • really immerse ourselves in reality and learn to understand
    • up before a very learned man, a historian, and as such
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    • initiated as having learnt to know the three world-Mothers
    • said to be learnt through direct perception by those
    • Faust may acquire the new state of consciousness, learn to
    • learn to know a world where the latter had no place. With
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    • in the old Greek Mysteries, one learned to know something of
    • and learn to know. Mephistopheles cannot see Helena; at least
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    • beings will have to learn to know all that the soul must
    • Mankind might learn from such things; it can very easily
    • they can learn to know all these things. But the fact is, the
    • very laws of Nature, forces of Nature. Then they will learn
    • must penetrate it with consciousness; we must learn to know
    • it, — really learn to know it. Above all, in our time
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    • wants to learn how to become Homo from the philosophers, from
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    • you speak, for speaking is only learnt in waking day life,
    • learn during his earth-mission, nor be able to manage the
    • Anaxagoras and Thales, from whom he hopes to learn how it is
    • the threefold Moon. And we have learnt to know the threefold
    • own against it. He must learn to know evil.
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    • quite definite way. He either becomes a scientist, learning
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    • the world of so and spirit, then in all earnestness
    • be said that the Samothracian Initiate learned to know man
    • learning anything of the spirit by doing much that is quite
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    • Samothrace were above all destined to learn the secret of
    • we ourselves learn to know the Imaginations which, in the
    • however learned and intelligent, can never penetrate into all
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    • distinguishes the man of learning who is fundamentally
    • learnt at school nowadays, notions which in future will be
    • grasps the following two facts in their true depth learns
    • much concerning the evolution of mankind. First he learns
    • Those who keep these two facts before them indeed learn much
    • in evolution, that they should learn to understand the rhythm
    • learn how, in the inner being of man, the way does not go
    • production, but as something to be taken in earnest, then
    • indeed they would not have been surprised to learn that,
    • permeate our feeling with it, let us learn to understand the
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    • has learnt it in the imitation of dream.
    • strengthened, empowered activity and in the end learns by a lot
    • which are far away again in perspective, so we can learn to
    • outer experiences, has gone asleep. Now one learns to recognise
    • environment which will then be there for man. One learns to
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    • From the side of learned theology it is often maintained that
    • Devachan, so their learning originated in upper Devachan. In
    • more secretively. However, if you want to earnestly acknowledge
    • helpers and others through whom he gains his earnings.
    • in the flesh, an incarnated God, they must first learn to grasp
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    • We learn however through knowing that when we look into the
    • linked to a great living being which is our planet. We learn to
    • take cognisance of this spiritual being and we learn that it
    • courses through the human body. We learn to transform these
    • first learnt to know the Christ from the time Christ united
    • learn to take literally what we only dared pronounce in words.
    • as spiritual; it appears penetrated by spirit. We then learn to
    • Then we will learn to grasp that the world looks exactly as it
    • appears to people. Further we will learn to understand that
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    • learning to a materialistic issue, the consequent bent towards
    • and from this book much may be learnt. It
    • learnt from that; we may learn how to acquire spiritually
    • acquire it with earnestness, dignity, and perseverance.
    • soon come a time when you will learn, by these new experiences,
    • eminently suited for the learning of sound elementary
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    • grow deeply into what they learned. In such a community —
    • a Dominican community for instance, — they learned that
    • learned that it is a false and heretical idea to conceive, with
    • earth. They learned to attack this heresy with all their might.
    • the midst of learning, almost entirely theological as it then
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    • earnest in their striving for spiritual insight to understand these
    • like. He must learn to relate both his life and his form to the
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    • great importance to learn about just those experiences which the Ego
    • earthly life. And what they can learn from this will fill them with
    • bring back this Divine-Spiritual life. Man must learn to regard
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    • had been learnt from the Gods — not from men.
    • This must be taken earnestly. The people who belonged, in the main, to
    • them what they had learned from their Gods.
    • These earnest words must be uttered to-day for the evolution of our
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    • hard-earned money to give you pleasure!” The father was very
    • then made up the student life of Jena. Day by day he had to earn by
    • all this was blended with what he learned and heard from Kant. And
    • by himself and was accustomed to pay earnest heed to what he felt
    • eloquence, went out into the world, as we so often learn from
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    • they can learn the art of speech and recitation from this or that
    • teacher. They will go to all sorts of places in order to learn certain
    • people would feel in a subtle way that same truth which we can learn
    • each period we must learn how to enliven in ever new ways what should
    • Because this play they allowed us to learn.
    • mind. When we learn to experience again through Spiritual Science that
    • our earnest spiritual scientific striving throughout the entire year
    • great is being prepared. Let us learn to feel that if we study
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    • must learn to suffer the convulsions of our soul with outward
    • anthroposophy, if pursued earnestly and worthily, is the right
    • learn of the mighty upheaval of the soul that has to come at the
    • to its highest powers. It is immensely important to learn to
    • in earnest with what has today come to be a trivial, commonplace
    • can learn to look at himself from outside. He becomes aware of being
    • the opposite way round. From this moment onward he learns to
    • and I will lead you up so that you may learn to feel yourself as I
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    • a clear idea of his dream experiences, learning something from them
    • nor is all that he has been able to learn from external sources
    • experience — and we shall have them if we earnestly carry
    • earnest about doing the exercises the effect they can have is seen
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    • what is happening and try to learn all about it.
    • clearness in this element of airy light and have their life in it.
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    • birth and death, or conception and death, will learn that these are
    • take it in real earnest. We can sometimes have strange experiences of
    • have lived all their lives on an island alone and have not learned to
    • aspect of Krishna's nature. In the succeeding lectures we shall learn
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    • spoke of things that men still have to learn. Above all we must
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    • once learns to distinguish these forces in man it will discover in
    • to the coming spiritual age. We must learn to take a different
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    • work to learn the language. So here it is not a matter of
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    • has to do so by learning to understand his surroundings through ideas
    • to, dissolved in, a part of. Learn to know that all that is there
    • learn to hold thy soul apart. Thou shalt be neither sattwa, rajas nor
    • and in thine own self become as one who lays hold of himself. Learn
    • rajas, or tamas, or sattwa.” One had to learn this at
    • attention to the outer world. By his instigation man had to learn to
    • become a means of shedding light on all religions. He must learn to
    • requires each of us to say earnestly to himself, “I can indeed
    • demand that people shall learn to strive ever more deeply to
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    • seer has in all earnestness come as far as we have already indicated,
    • birth. He then learns to know the kind of experience these souls are
    • he gradually learns to understand their hard fate, and he does so in
    • To take another example, we can look at what the seer learns when he
    • have to unlearn anything is uncomfortable. After having thought so
    • Sun and Stars went round it, it was tiresome to have to learn
    • from indolence of thought, from the love of ease, for to unlearn
    • He must learn to be a seer only for the higher worlds, and not to
    • Everyone with a mere smattering of learning knows how the Earth's
    • the women; learned men soon begin to quarrel.” Now the two wives,
    • physical and etheric body — so does a man learn of necessity to
    • speak of his ego. And just as he learns to speak of his ego with
    • the plant, so does he learn to speak of his astral body as the Moon,
    • physical world. One learns enough of this when, as a seer, one can
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    • remain silent when he wants to learn from them about those mysteries
    • company he has entered, he learns to understand how physical and
    • learns to understand this thoroughly. He comes to understand how
    • of man. He learns also to know certain beings associated with the
    • to his having prepared himself by means of his yearning for the
    • tormented by the thirst for knowledge, the yearning for knowledge, and
    • on the human soul which was well able to yearn and thirst for
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    • Osiris legend we learn that the spouse of Isis was overcome by the
    • had not learnt to understand it thoroughly. And he still sees it
    • earnestness; for a characteristic of modern man is that something in
    • Holy Grail, is the school in which one has to learn, for the sake of
    • no need to learn in the Eastern and Egyptian Mysteries. One needs to
    • learn what has to be poured into the still living part of the soul in
    • what he had to learn in order to permeate with the new wisdom the part
    • Consider what people have been learning for quite a long time now and
    • learnt to speak, and so the speech-centre is the result of speech.
    • nothing, is often just the person who strives most earnestly and
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    • the Earth. It is parasitic because it has not learned, like other
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    • Brotherhoods before he could learn even the elements of occult
    • which can learn to build the other bodies — the
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    • Initiates were the awakened ones. They had learnt to work upon the
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    • The Scourging, — At this stage man learns to resist the
    • The Crowning with Thorns, — At this stage man must learn
    • We must learn to separate and to re-unite them at will. So long, for
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    • learns true self knowledge in contemplating the images of his passions
    • mediumistic séances. The soul living in the astral body must learn to
    • end and aim is that he shall learn.
    • We learn through all our experiences and they enrich our store of
    • knowledge. But in order that man may learn on the Earth, he must be
    • the astral world is thus a purification whereby the soul learns to
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    • Seership consists in learning to see from without that which in
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    • In future ages man will learn to mould all the kingdoms of Nature with
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    • spectacle. Devachan is a school of apprenticeship where we learn to
    • Our task is to learn how to decipher the pages of this book of living
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    • Having transformed the mineral world, man will learn to transform the
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    • The mystery of Alchemy. (We can learn something of this mystery in the works of Paracelsus and Jacob Boehme).
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    • there is quite a different standpoint. One learns that there
    • the John Gospel learned, through experience in higher worlds,
    • science or learning by which one could really understand what
    • see genius. Although one learns the truth of Christ Jesus
    • but man does not normally see it, he must first learn to
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    • scourging and smiting. One must learn to bear calmly
    • learns to feel his own body as a foreign object, something
    • At the same time he learns to recognise what lies at the
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    • grade. This means that he had learned to know what for us men
    • grade learns what relieves this concern and what raises one
    • world. In this way we learn to relate ourselves rightly
    • to learn to take life on earth as something important. An
    • finish learning. Sometimes when one hears an explanation like
    • is much more in it, I have still much to learn. This is the
    • and learned the lesson which he can only learn in this dense
    • to learn the lesson, that must be kept uninjured. This is the
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    • higher knowledge by the paths of learning.
    • he can raise himself to a higher moral level he can also learn to work
    • the physical body itself, a man must learn to control the breath and
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    • characteristics of its own and he has to learn many new things. One
    • seeing everything in a new way. For instance, he has to learn to read
    • The pupil learns to recognise the spiritual world through a quite definite
    • are those of an ignorant or a learned man, of a poet or a peasant. They
    • past history of humanity — but he must first learn how to do it.
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    • to pause at every event and learn how to wean himself from his dependence
    • it offers him no satisfaction. And so he gradually learns to disengage
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    • people who learn to read and write. As the Earth changes, man learns
    • He sees all this as it were objectively; he learns to understand it,
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    • be taken to see that the child learns as much as possible through stories
    • something, is the best time for learning from the world. That is the
    • him I shall be interfering with his karma. He has earned his suffering;
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    • of his life he learns an extraordinary amount. He absorbs concepts,
    • anything else. If, however, a man has learnt a great deal from experience
    • first learn to read the religious sources properly. In ancient times
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    • is based on occult experience, and from it you can learn the mission
    • The members of the Manichean Order are already learning how to transform
    • By this means the members of his being learnt how to acquire good eyes,
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    • about successive incarnations; the teacher said only, “Learn the
    • riddle of 777.” His wish was that people should learn for themselves
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    • learnt to breathe, and then all mankind lived in a common element, the
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    • — he meant their books — “from which you learn the
    • of this a yearning for the Divine arose once more in man. In his heart
    • thoughts and learnt from the resistance he encountered that the outer
    • power of physical sight could develop. When men learnt how to conquer the
    • truth where he now stands. Everyone has to learn for himself, and thus
    • learn to live together and understand one another. If this human fellowship
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    • to the danger. The next day you may learn that this friend was taken
    • and his aura. He then learns to understand what the shapes and colours
    • express. So he learns gradually to spell out, as it were, the soul-world.
    • the same image. The important thing is to learn how to read the images
    • Here the pupil learns to regulate his emotions so that he is not at
    • he has of course to learn how the images are related to their objects.
    • can learn something which is valid also for the higher planes; and this
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    • are wrong. The wise and the unlearned observe the same customs. There
    • are plenty of people who think they have learnt to do without dogmas,
    • not demand that the ceremonies which unite the learned and unlearned
    • lost; it must learn again how to give external expression to its inner
    • he must learn not to kill with his breath. That is Pranayama,
    • wanting to open windows. A Yogi has learnt the art of contaminating
    • the air as little as possible because he has learnt how to use it up.
    • be a great change. Man will learn to extend the range of his innate
    • the pupil has done that for a while he must learn to make himself deaf
    • way up to the twelfth. He will soon learn how powerful an experience
    • feeling. He must learn to stand firm under the heavy strokes of life,
    • feeling: he learns to stand firm even when he is scorned and ridiculed
    • of the Burial. Just as at the fourth stage the pupil learnt to regard
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    • learned men were also those of the greatest faith and piety; and for
    • belief by what they take to be science can learn to understand Christianity
    • that all characteristics are one-sided; you must learn to recognise
    • He must learn to think in harmony with the world-order. He must say
    • it is. The pupil must learn about the evolution of sun and planets,
    • again, purifies our thoughts, and so we learn to think with strict logic.
    • author's line of thought and learn to think with him. Hence the
    • called learning the occult script. There is in fact such a
    • part of the eye; through this one learns to know the inner nature of light
    • and of the sun. The nature of the astral can be learnt by concentrating
    • suited to Europeans. Anyone who is in earnest can carry it out. But
    • has to overcome their powers. When human beings have learnt to radiate
    • earthly things. The effect of this in Devachan was that they learnt
    • learn this, or he will get no further. He must renounce entirely his
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    • profession; they must learn through pastoral medicine that something
    • beginning to count this earnest request as part of all that this
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    • people normally have. The priest can learn very much from such
    • individuals, and Catholic priests do. They learn what an extreme
    • learn a tremendous amount of esoteric theology. If they are good
    • who learned about the spiritual world from the Pythians, who imparted
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    • can be learned by studying these processes, which border so closely
    • learn to know the healing power to be found in the piercing activity
    • of antimony, then they will have learned the right therapy from
    • spiritual world. But one learns very much from those developments in
    • whole human being, all the complications. One only learns to know
    • human nature when one learns to know it with all its complications.
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    • learned are in force; this gives the scales an exact form —
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    • One cannot learn to
    • Magdeburg, are much more numerous than one would think. One learns to
    • cultivated the corresponding faculties. One learns to know them best
    • what can be learned from the person's neighbors or a similar source,
    • of what we learned was the second stage for the individuals in whom
    • excessive cleverness, but rather an unusual desire to learn things
    • in the one and the other direction. One will finally learn in this
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    • cannot remain a mere word to us. We must learn how to relate our
    • They will learn to regard themselves as partners of the priests,
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    • through other processes that we have yet to learn about, the inner
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    • nearness of death to life. We go to the outer planets that are
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    • have learned to know the nature of human illnesses. For that leads to
    • assume that they will gradually learn the separate healing measures
    • that we have shown in this course by learning which are the defective
    • agent into the human body. The physicians will learn how it is done
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    • beginning to count this earnest request as part of all that this
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    • people normally have. The priest can learn very much from such
    • individuals, and Catholic priests do. They learn what an extreme
    • learn a tremendous amount of esoteric theology. If they are good
    • who learned about the spiritual world from the Pythians, who imparted
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    • can be learned by studying these processes, which border so closely
    • learn to know the healing power to be found in the piercing activity
    • of antimony, then they will have learned the right therapy from
    • spiritual world. But one learns very much from those developments in
    • whole human being, all the complications. One only learns to know
    • human nature when one learns to know it with all its complications.
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    • Magdeburg, are much more numerous than one would think. One learns to
    • cultivated the corresponding faculties. One learns to know them best
    • what can be learned from the person's neighbors or a similar source,
    • of what we learned was the second stage for the individuals in whom
    • excessive cleverness, but rather an unusual desire to learn things
    • in the one and the other direction. One will finally learn in this
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    • They will learn to regard themselves as partners of the priests,
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    • organism, how they sit normally within it. The priests learned to
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    • learned to know the inner relation of humanity to the spiritual
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    • they were led to a place where they could learn to know the
    • have learned to know the nature of human illnesses. For that leads to
    • assume that they will gradually learn the separate healing measures
    • that we have shown in this course by learning which are the defective
    • agent into the human body. The physicians will learn how it is done
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    • these lectures we shall learn to know them better, and to describe
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    • soughs through the air, learn to feel not merely its tone, learn to
    • over the edge of a plate, makes a form in the powder. Learn to feel
    • the A and the B in their transience through space; learn to
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    • which could have been learnt from Genesis. I only described what I
    • this question we must first learn to understand Genesis in the right
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    • explained. What we have so far learnt does, however, make clear that
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    • We could learn much
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    • that everything which today we seek to learn through spiritual
    • learn to understand more exactly what “Adam” means. The
    • find this out if they really wanted to learn. If we studied
    • impact it should make upon our souls when we learn to understand what
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    • learned from a study of the connection between the life lived by
    • inner life. He had to learn to understand the words: “My kingdom
    • force whereby they might learn to understand what it was that had
    • learned; of faith it will allow no such thing. It is repeatedly
    • learned.
    • culture is due to the fact that we ourselves are no longer in earnest
    • Men must learn to feel these things deeply in their hearts. We
    • minded man towards the truth, unless we learn to see through things
    • present problems, your full and earnest attention. I have often
    • at all, and go on repeating the words they have learned from the
    • what they have learned, never stopping to think whether it is
    • It is related of a learned English scientist
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    • nationalistic passions and false forms of socialism; until they learn
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    • monk, yearning and pleading for deliverance from his conqueror. For
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    • yearn for understanding of his own will, for knowledge of his own
    • pain-racked Redeemer must not confound him; he must learn that pain is
    • learn to perceive the course of the sun and moon as the two hands of
    • we learn to understand the movements of the hands on a clock. The
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    • have not the remotest inkling of it. It would be possible to learn a
    • of this there is springing up the human longing to learn something
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    • distance and learn through these solemn festivals gradually to look
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    • not love is suffering; not to attain that for which we yearn is
    • human hearts and human breasts. Men without number learned the great
    • thirst for existence, learned that they must strive to free themselves
    • Christ is in reality, in the future they will learn to understand it,
    • attain that for which we yearn” can no longer be suffering, for
    • Christ Impulse that men can yearn only for what is their due. They no
    • Example. Then for the first time they will learn to understand the
    • have attained deeper insight. We understand far better what we learnt
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    • says does not arise out of thought, but the other way round. It learns
    • to think by talking; learns gradually to apprehend in clear thought
    • to learn what happened through the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • thinking. People, however, have now learnt to speak — or, rather,
    • have learnt something that may be compared with a child's learning to
    • may be compared with how a child learns to speak. Through the Gospels
    • way that they may be said to have learnt to speak, in their fashion,
    • may be compared with how the child learns the thought-content in its
    • world-history people are meant to learn through Spiritual Science, to
    • the external world of space, vanishes away; we must learn to recognise
    • proclaimed from Sinai and then from the Jordan. To learn to know man
    • It is necessary for our friends to learn about these matters from the
    • directly from life what can, it is true, be learnt only from occult
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    • intelligent mind, the intelligent soul, can learn to do so. It was the
    • learn of the truths now being proclaimed through Spiritual Science
    • That is one thing we must learn from the whole character of the great
    • make no effort to learn about the great spiritual truths, for the
    • we learn about a tree by studying it not from one direction only but
    • something which yesterday was likened to how children learn to speak.
    • inearnations ever greater powers as teacher of the greatest of all
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    • learnt to grasp a thing — so must we have learnt to attach
    • general organs, and fashion them individually. We must learn to know
    • inwardly learn the whole subtle structure of the brain, because we
    • have first to learn. If, however, we examine things more closely, we
    • learns to grasp. Thus certain things are acquired systematically. The
    • child learns much during this time, much more than is usually
    • this, and learn more and more of the life which man passes here in
    • sleep, we really learn to know an amazing kingdom of Life. In this
    • work upon during the night. Thus as it were, we learn lessons which we
    • thing in spiritual investigation — one learns to know a fact, and
    • when that is settled, one presently learns it again from another
    • earnestly consider what lies in these phases of life you will see that
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    • have the deep and earnest belief in the success of our cause in the
    • times of ours, on the spiritual which mankind must learn to grasp. For
    • this fullness of souls we learn to know among whom we are: this soul
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    • For when we learn Geometry we do not learn it from outside things, it
    • reality we know everything that can be learnt of Geometry. We know it
    • otherwise we should learn nothing for our further evolution: but there
    • this chapter of spiritual investigation, when one learns to know these
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    • learn something of it. I have already brought forward phenomena in
    • to pass. Finally, he overhears a conversation, whereby he learns that
    • that through Spiritual Science he might learn to know the real
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    • have learnt through Spiritual Science in the course of the year. We
    • sense is composed of two members. We have learnt to know the one as
    • especially from those who immerse themselves most earnestly in these
    • Infinite sagacity (I now speak in full earnestness) has been applied
    • earnestness. It is a sagacious thought. One must be a clever man in
    • How is this? One does not learn how this comes about by following the
    • never learn to distinguish between the truth which lives in the
    • them in real earnestness all through life. This is the essential. One
    • the Gospels. They have studied them for decades, with earnest and
    • he learnt to know the Bible there. Later on these things come back to
    • place, the assistants at Mass never learn the Bible but the Mass-book,
    • without the help of letters or learning. We must be able to make the
    • or more earnest and holy than Easter. The sadness and melancholy of
    • of this couple learnt to know Christmas as was customary there. That
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    • In all esoteric teaching it is important to learn how we should look
    • snake as a symbol. In those schools one did not learn in such an
    • abstract way as one does nowadays; one learned to comprehend the world
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    • The plants can also speak and answer us, only we must learn to observe
    • fast to the earth. We first learn to know man in a true sense when we
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    • through taking on the Venus consciousness, one learns something
    • in the beehive, one learns how later on man will produce matter out of
    • of the head that of willing. The esoteric pupil learns to bring these
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    • procedure one learns to know something of the different planes.
    • warmth, and still later man himself will learn to create. First he
    • learns to create a picture; then to create and send forth radiations;
    • learn something beyond speech. Another force must be united with
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    • ought to learn as much as possible on the Earth. This can only happen
    • time also people had not yet learnt to write. The great poems were
    • reincarnated today he must as a child learn quite other things. As a
    • child he must learn to write. The stream of culture has meanwhile
    • was to learn to know and value the importance of the one life.
    • so important to him. But the lesson people now had to learn was to
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    • with his desires. On the physical plane he must learn to renounce, to
    • Initiates. The occult student learns to know the wishes which are
    • He connects his ‘I’ with the things around him, learns to expand his
    • world the Gods forsook him. In the physical world he had to learn to
    • To the same degree that he works on the Physical Plane and learns to
    • he has learned to know in the physical world. The Arupa Plane is in
    • results of the lessons he has learned on the Physical Plane and
    • has learned everything in the physical world no longer needs to leave
    • Plane, when he learns to make observations there in a similar way,
    • perceives realities. The occult pupil learns to perceive such
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    • order later to pour into humanity what they have learned. In such a
    • Pre-Lemurian Age had learned to know in pictures. Then desires and
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    • The first stage of initiation consists in the pupil learning to
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    • himself must learn to use the symbols, the signs. Thus in order to
    • of symbols and anyone wishing to be initiated had to learn the
    • mentioned. He calls himself ‘the Frankfurter’. No amount of learned
    • as everything that we should learn from physical existence has not yet
    • had first to learn to know with his consciousness — this was
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    • learned the use of his hands, later on, the use of language. Through
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    • This thirst must be taken for granted. As Monad one can only learn to
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    • We have thus learned to know a two-fold order of human beings: those
    • existence, in order that man should learn to love the Earth, waiting
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    • do nothing. Only gradually did he learn in the most primitive way to
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    • Those who take earnestly the principle of not looking at the world
    • We have learned from history that illnesses which previously did not
    • taught how to make people well, without at the same time learning how
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    • that old race have learnt a variety of things from the later
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    • that he learns there are things other than himself that can engage his
    • the most varied interests. Phlegmatic children learn by sharing in the
    • By filling ourselves with practical wisdom such as this, we learn to
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    • the fact that, to begin with, the animal too has much to learn. —
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    • So do we learn to feel that this grows in the human being,
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    • when he learns to walk, or, rather, learns to stand. Connected with
    • this learning to stand, a great deal in human life lies concealed;
    • What man developed manifestly through learning to walk and stand,
    • learn an infinite amount of what is deepest in human beings just from
    • of St. Peter's. In Galileo man has learned to grasp in concepts
    • itself. It is not so at all. We are only beginning to learn something
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    • of churches, places of learning and schools of art. These Mystery
    • learn, by giving heed to cosmic processes, to the progress of cosmic
    • reverence combined with a yearning for knowledge.
    • little feeling or the insatiable yearning which once existed in man
    • learning would deem it frightful superstition if they were asked to
    • must again learn to have patience. When a man delivers his questions
    • that man would fain unravel, all that he fain would learn in converse
    • It is evident that if a man has once learnt to send the forces of his
    • Moreover, he learns to understand how spirituality is brought back
    • In addition to all this, a man who has had these experiences learns to
    • We must learn again what it really signifies when the sun sends its
    • Today we learn astronomy, spectroscopy and so on. We learn how the
    • there is nothing more to be said. We learn how the rays of the sun
    • When man learns once more that the souls of the dead go out to meet
    • young souls back again to earth, when he learns to feel concretely how
    • Thus in the plant-world we learn to look for the combined forces of
    • will.” And when we learn how spiritual, healing forces spring up
    • properties of plants make themselves known to us, and we learn to see
    • point is that we should learn to fathom the connection which
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    • Mercury gives the answers for Jupiter, by learning to know Mercury,
    • things can be well understood. For the endeavour nowadays is to learn
    • But because this is not possible, because we must forever be learning
    • remains to be learnt — that is why there is this aversion to
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    • We learn to understand matter only when we learn to know it also from
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    • has the properties of lead. Thus you can learn strictly from the
    • we rediscover things we cannot learn from tradition. Only when we can
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    • how it has learned to experience in different ways its environment and
    • learn to know it through our physical senses, through the experiences
    • earnest way is under an obligation of a sacred, serious kind to carry
    • learned about it, until we have gone into it. Otherwise, there can be
    • in the simplest language. Let us learn, with an honest and sincere
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    • will learn in my book,
    • When we learn this fact, and think of the great difference between the
    • — we gain a vivid conception of learning to experience initiation
    • purely historical knowledge of the learned only sees that human
    • only learn to accept through anthroposophical development. Thus,
    • learned as has been done in the case of other personalities. So will
    • these beings are as spiritual entities. One learns to know a Buddha, a
    • that he learns to know them better as he himself ascends toward the
    • Anyone who has made certain progress in occult development learns to
    • done great deeds. He learns to know them in the spiritual worlds as he
    • learns to know them. Let us take the example of a man who possibly had
    • no opportunity in his earthly life to learn to know the Buddha and had
    • higher worlds I want to know the Christ, to learn to understand His
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    • everything I have experienced, learned or acquired in my various
    • can be learned during incarnation has no further meaning.” It is
    • in a certain manner toward us, so that we learn to know him in a way
    • as a concrete and real being. When we learn to know him, we know he
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    • to recognise that by learning to observe, to perceive and to
    • learning to live in the etheric body — one grows into the etheric
    • world in the way described. But in so doing one learns the reason why
    • your bearings. This orientation has to be learned, and we learn it
    • image you have experienced. You learn to know it.
    • meet all these beings whom you learn to know in a second spiritual
    • whom we have learned to know as rising from the Angels to the
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    • described it from other points of view. You learn to know the world of
    • you learn to know first as angels, and archangels, up to those who
    • is good to learn to distinguish between the first step and those that
    • that you will best learn to find your way in higher worlds if, among
    • sleep. With it is intermingled a certain yearning, a yearning that
    • time while yearning after eternity. In the world of which I have been
    • of the Christ; he would not find Him there, nor be able to learn
    • life man feels, “I live in the temporal and yearn after the
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    • with sincere and earnest intention, will never draw back before the
    • an instrument. He must learn to experience in his higher bodies, in
    • Men have many difficult things to learn. Simply from the facts
    • revealed by higher worlds, there is much to be learned. For instance,
    • it will have to be learned that even when, through partial schooling
    • him to learn the truth about the super-sensible being of such a
    • earnest about the evolution of mankind. Those are the things that have
    • Whoever has learned to understand Buddhism in this connection, must of
    • light to learn something else again, which is to learn to observe with
    • together super-sensibly. Let us learn so to be together
    • in the sense in which those who have learned to know and therefore to
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    • with ‘intention’ to learn to understand the inner life of
    • intention to learn about the inner life of man and the first thing
    • bone-system. In the skeleton one learns to reverence — curious
    • the sun. One learns to recognise that this skeleton has been sketched
    • on going out of the body. At this fourth stage we also learn that
    • plane and which we only now learn to recognise. If we but make a
    • planetary system is necessary. We learn this when we find ourselves
    • permeate our whole soul so that we thereby really learn to know
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    • Ideal.' We learn that this is the work of the hierarchies, this
    • learned in Lecturer, but it leads to the same statement --
    • from our own soul. Then we learn to distinguish between what might be
    • Ideal Man himself as religion. We learn that the various Beings of
    • soul learns and knows ‘Out of the Divine I am born’, it
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    • said that the earnest study of Spiritual Science is one of the best
    • spiritual investigator himself, but only tries earnestly to
    • or it cannot be cured. Now, anyone who has earnestly taken up
    • never learn anything intelligently on the physical plane if we are
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    • yearn to create an outer world and we have a vision of our past
    • creation illuminates our being and we learn to know the 'New
    • thoughts really were now stands before thee. We now first learn by
    • learn the nature of the elemental world and thereby prepare ourselves
    • Through our own elemental creations we learn to know the others.
    • of which we enter anew into worldly existence. We learn to know the
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    • met on earth; but after the midnight we learn what we must do for
    • the 'midnight hour' when in deepest solitude, we yearn
    • we can learn in the spiritual world, that through enjoyment, through
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    • Science: we learn to appraise rightly all that is human in the world.
    • thinks and learns and creates artistically arises from them like a
    • phenomena to which we come when we learn to experience all that may
    • learn about this. From a purely external point of view you can see
    • Even in his latest years Goethe was still eager to learn. His inward
    • must learn, my dear friends — that all stages of life —
    • else we must learn. We are not concerned only with ourselves, but
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    • we shall learn if we are willing, today, to listen to the Christ. He
    • moved to ask earnestly: How shall I find the true way to the Christ
    • as the way to the Christ through thinking. Earnest
    • learn to appreciate this distinction, for it is this which leads also
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    • their chancelleries of learning and in every laboratory and clinic,
    • aspect of the way in which we learn from the super-sensible world to
    • Gottlieb Fichte. You will have heard and learnt a great deal about
    • ideal of a man who in truth sought most earnestly to tread the
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    • When we are counting it makes no difference what we count. Learning
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    • doubt you learned it.
    • simply as we find it; and please — all those of you who learned
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    • light came to his notice. Among other things, he learned of the
    • commonly held by physicists, so Goethe learned, that when you let
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    • intimately united, we learn to know and understand the real velocity.
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    • in a too trivial meaning. You have to learn to sense the facts, and
    • circle. Cast your mind back to what you learned in your school days.
    • in the elastic ether. Now that they learned of the interaction
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    • sense-organs. They follow what they learn from the psychologists.
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    • learned physicist of our time in peroration voices his ideal,
    • dear Friends, must learn anew, and that in many fields. Once human
    • beings make up their minds to learn anew in such a realm as
    • Physics, they will be better prepared to learn anew in other fields
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    • spiritual processes and what we are accustomed to learn about our
    • what really underlies it, with what is learnt by a child about the
    • must learn a great deal more, for example, to relate the movement of
    • if it is early morning, the Sun will be rising then. He must learn to
    • year. When we have learnt to know the relative positions of the
    • planets at definite times of the year, we have learnt as much about
    • the heavens as a child has learnt about the clock when from the
    • But then we can go on to learn something else. Just as a child learns
    • hands of a clock, we can learn to recognise macrocosmic forces
    • will reveal themselves to us. In the coming lectures we shall learn to
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    • own being from within, but always from without. We really learn to
    • travel, is bound to arouse a feeling of humility and a yearning for
    • of outer Nature. He learnt to feel with great intensity, no longer
    • learnt to experience — as an infinitely enhanced feeling of
    • All that man learns to experience by enhancing his sensibility
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    • experiences man has in his youth in connection with learning and
    • learn to write! But we are not in the least aware of those past
    • own inner being? As genuine mystics we learn to know something of
    • him, he learns to know by instinct that what is usually called the
    • learns to realise that the human soul is indeed little, but that it
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 5: The Egyptian Mysteries of Osiris and Isis
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    • The only possibility of learning about it in greater precision is to
    • Thus man learns to move in the regions through which he passed before
    • his etheric body man learns to know his “upper” nature. The
    • entering into deeper forms of mystical experience learns to know
    • only little can be learned from it about the present physical body.
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    • hidden from his perception. He can learn to gaze into it when he
    • — are the revelations of spiritual beings, when he had learned to
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    • and we need much self-training if we are to learn to confront
    • Elementary World or from that being into us unless we have learned how
    • to do so. We must therefore first learn how to be within a being and
    • when learning to write! These past experiences have rightly fallen
    • must learn to see himself as an imperfect being, to endure the
    • Macrocosm, for then we shall gradually learn to find our bearings in
    • sixth century BC. Anyone who is versed in this subject must learn to
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 8: Mirror-images of the Macrocosm in Man. Rosicrucian Symbols.
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    • new activity by learning to undergo inner experiences which do not
    • has learned from his nurse.
    • independent. Today we have been learning about a path entirely in
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 9: Organs of Spiritual Perception. Contemplation of the Ego from Twelve Vantage-points. The Thinking of the Heart.
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    • care he exercises in building up his symbols, he learns to distinguish
    • conscientiously and above all has learned to eliminate his own
    • that learning to write has in youth. Learning to write is the exercise
    • learning to write we cannot express our thoughts through writing; we
    • must be able to write before we can learn anything from what is
    • he does not possess in everyday life. He must learn to think in a new
    • a certain justification; we must learn how to think, as the
    • things in this way, and then we earn the right to think with the
    • the present day and through it we can learn to experience the good,
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    • and learns how to distinguish things there. When looking back with his
    • of it ordinary questioning ceases to have meaning. We must also learn
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    • knowledge but also, imperceptibly, help us to learn how to love other
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    • certain renunciation upon ourselves, we can learn at such
    • learned and experienced in the sense world.
    • spiritual world with what they have learned and
    • further with what we have learned in the sense-world. For if
    • energetically. For it includes something which even earnest
    • out that if we have learned a poem by heart and then wish to
    • not all that important to learn a poem to achieve this,
    • has its strict method which takes years to learn, and now the
    • of the world of the human body, just as in physics we learn
    • about the nature of the ego. From this point we learn more and
    • methods described in the above-mentioned books. We learn about
    • same way that we learn about the body by using hunger and
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    • must earnestly bear in mind that there are countless human
    • quite frightening problem to those who think earnestly and who
    • of Samos is not basically different from what everyone learns
    • from learning about the heliocentric system and many
    • historical truth as what we learn in school about Alcibiades
    • normally learn is that the Greek soul was differently
    • And what did they learn then? This sounds surprising and
    • paradoxical, for they learnt what we learn today in the
    • described has been won through true and earnest scientific
    • the flowers and in the life of the herbs. We learn how man
    • abstract symbols or learned theories, but they see forms in the
  • Title: Lecture: Occult Science and Occult Development
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    • also learn through meditation how the human being comes down from the
    • grandparents and so forth. In short, we learn to know the forces that
    • until its end. By means of this organ he also learns to recognise the
    • What can be learnt as the result of occult development is occult
    • science must flow into the human soul in order that it may learn to
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    • them and in future time much more will be learnt, but we must be mere dreamers
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    • De Docta Ignorantia (On Learned Ignorance).
    • was his docta ignorantia, his learned ignorance. Nicholas
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    • of the ancient wisdom were preserved everywhere. The pupils learned
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    • forms and makes of them intense inner experiences. Thereby man learns to
    • know himself as well. He learns to know what it means to experience a
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    • life-imbued world view. Things that can only be learned from a corpse
    • cannot be learned by a person who is unwilling to examine the corpse.
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    • This is what we can learn if we compare Goethe's views on
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    • counterweight. When he learned something, as was the case with the
    • neophytes in the mysteries, he learned to perceive how, while he
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    • the anthroposophical way of thinking is applied in earnest to
    • learning something, when somebody speaks to them of a real physics, a
    • in earnest. Actually, everything that I have sketched here is only a
    • and his yearning will be fulfilled. Just as the dead stone yields the
    • “nothingness” with all that I have learned. But in this
    • When we learn, through a new, anthroposophically imbued natural
    • inner perception, we will find the answer to the yearning call for
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture I
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    • But man soon learns that there appears to be something vague about
    • presented before a learned society in Berlin. It was rightly stated
    • clarified by physical experiments. But, people will learn to recognize
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    • Suppose you learn a poem by heart. You will, as you learn it, first
    • speak out something learned by heart. Or on the other hand, that the
    • to recite in a merely mechanical way a poem that you have learned by
    • forces involved. When we wish to learn the laws of the gaseous state,
    • temperature is lowered, is very instructive. What do we learn from
    • this range? We learn that the water sets up an opposition. As ice it
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    • in another sphere, in another realm. We can learn quite a little from
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    • form. What we learn from this experiment we may apply to the cosmos.
    • approaching what has been learnedly called its
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    • in an unbiased manner learns to observe the physical development of
    • pressure. That is unfortunate for modern physics. What we must learn
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    • to deal with is first to make a spectrum and learn what we can from
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    • condition of space to the opposite condition. We must learn to pass
    • fastened on the learned.
    • of thinking which has devastated the heads of the learned men in the
    • You can see there is much to be done. We really learn how such is to
    • because we not know this we cannot learn what is happening in the
    • If we can learn to see all these things on a grand scale without,
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    • learnt to speak who is in the same relationship to the Cosmos as the
    • growth. This happens only when he learns to speak. Then the powers of
    • his consciousness. He can learn to do this through Imagination.
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    • dreams, but still less clear. This lack of clearness applies also to
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture VI: Transference from the Psycho-Spiritual to the Physical Sense-life in man's Development
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    • is the reality of that which later on appears as religious learning to
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    • human soul has passed in its pre-earthly existence, learns also to
    • To those who could learn all this from their old initiation, the human
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    • The soul learns in this way how the physical, etheric and astral
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture I: Rosicrucian Esotericism
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    • to individuals who were destined not only to learn but to undertake
    • learnt and discerned the secrets of the primeval wisdom.”
    • on the earth in order to please the gods, but in order to learn! The
    • new to be learned here. That is why the interval between two incarnations
    • We do not come to the earth twice without being able to learn something
    • They also are perpetually learning. When we are speaking of one of the
    • Schools of that era they had learned that the same Being who had revealed
    • done is to indicate how a man of the present age should learn to think
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    • audience are already familiar. But only by learning of these truths
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    • mind soul, consciousness or spiritual soul. We shall subsequently learn
    • human being in waking life and in sleep in order to learn how the bodies
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    • learned by heart, that is, 1 x 1 = 1, and so on, being a matter of actual
    • at a much higher level. We must learn to believe again in what only
    • age. In the period until puberty they should learn to revere the great
    • Human beings must learn how to form judgments; opinions are so deeply
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    • Atlantis cannot be found by modern researchers. Hopes cherished by learned
    • yearning for the spiritual world, knowing that from it they had been
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    • “If you learn to understand that the spiritual is present in
    • has first to learn to realize the greatness of this most. mighty cosmic
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    • inexhaustible fund of greatness. And if we have learned to add to our
    • learn these truths should first make themselves worthy of them. This
    • to put it concisely, could not be learned and recognised as dry
    • learn to live them. It was not then a question of thinking wisdom,
    • earnest sympathy and devotion, that which we are wont to look upon as
    • Mystic learns to sacrifice the Self that clings to the everyday
    • life, he learns not only to penetrate the truth with his thought but
    • become light, he then learns to recognise the highest Spiritual
    • real sanctuaries of wisdom. Those learned men who only bury
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    • which we are striving, the secret places of learning must be brought
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    • egotism will cease. Men will learn to live in the unitary spirit of
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    • anatomical study of the heart, learns to know the beautiful
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    • Thus is it ever when a hope long yearning
    • and thousands of years on earth, but he must learn to survey the
    • his inner nature. Man must learn to know the things of earth by means
    • learned that for them, too, the great moment would come. "Today," they
    • Whoever is really initiated learns to experience the sun at the
    • that the earth teems with the forces of birth. They were to learn that
    • Thus they learned to look up to the highest ideal of mankind, to the
  • Title: Lecture 1: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • development. What we learn through spiritual science makes our soul
    • strikes me: I understand this now for the first time, I can only learn
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    • beings which we learn to know when the occult vision is so far trained
    • Rotation of Time, he first learns to penetrate into the perceptions of
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    • upon the earth. In what we are able to learn from our direct
    • shall learn more in the following lectures, we should find more and
    • occult vision teaches us that the beings we learnt about yesterday as
    • Hierarchy, of whom we have learnt to know to-day. They are offspring,
    • the beings we have learnt to know as the nature-spirits of the earth;
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    • perception of this feeling of freedom. We must gradually learn what it
    • first achievement is learning to remember in ordinary consciousness
    • clairvoyance which has just been described, he learns to make use of
    • consciousness, look into the spiritual world. If a man learns to use
    • gradually learns to perceive everything in the spiritual world
    • sorrows and joys of conscious beings, so does the clairvoyant learn,
    • human way or in a manner resembling the human; he learns to plunge
    • living; — for at this second stage one only learns to
    • feel ourselves there, within the living beings; we learn to live with
    • stage of clairvoyance. But not only this; we also learn to recognize
    • oneself a little, clairvoyantly, to learn the inner being of his soul
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    • upon our soul as may be aroused by earnest people of great worth;
    • nature, and we have learnt that the offspring of the Third Hierarchy
    • in deepest reverence to learn ever more fully, so that he might be
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    • obliged, first of all, to make the attempt in these studies to learn
    • itself; we learn to know of it, by the fact that the beings dwell in
    • it what we have learnt in the course of these lectures. I have
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    • learn to see the world with the kind perception possessed by the
    • proceed that we can only learn about conditions before the origin of
    • might learn to know the sun in its peculiar nature when it is least
    • itself as living. We learn to know the long-enduring life of the
    • we come across an individual mineral, we learn to recognize that it is
    • working in the world, as we have now learnt to know them.
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    • what we have been able to learn through occultism with regard to such
    • as we learn to know cosmic relationships better when we recognize the
    • only be learnt from the depths of occultism. But occultism also
    • must say: — “If we learn the writing spread forth in the
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    • learn that while all the etheric forces proceeding from the planets
    • and harmony are established. Only we must learn to read the mighty
    • bodies — learn to read how, in reality, not different but the
    • to us from cosmic space, so may humanity learn through the ideals of
    • trouble to learn to know the facts of occultism. If we learn to know
    • them in the true occult sense, what has been learnt will so stream
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    • mother so that the possessions they have earned by the power I have
    • possessions they have earned by the power I have developed in them
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    • receive new life through the nearness of the Kingdom of Heaven. These
    • the Land of Shamballa, so that we may learn to know the significance
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    • understand the yearnings, the seeking of the human soul, and we shall
    • to this time. And therefore, because of the yearning for an answer and
    • because of the doubt that the truth can be learned, this is one of the
    • through the yearning and privation for the spiritual which will
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    • knowledge of which souls are yearning and which souls must have if
    • But we, as anthroposophists, since we learn to know that the religions
    • have learned to know Christianity through having taken into himself
    • and knowledge of Buddhism, he learns to know something which is an
    • anthroposophists can understand: He learns to know that the founder of
    • as a Bodhisatva, was reborn as the son of King Sudhodana; he learns to
    • Buddhism; he learns to know that the adherent of Buddhism says justly:
    • learn to know — or learn out of initiation to know — that it
    • earnestness and theosophical dignity, will have to recognize that he
    • learns to know the Karma of human life often finds it highly unjust
    • very strange, something from which man has much to learn. This is that
    • the opposite of what the initiate learns to know; it would be an
    • the Christian principle learns the following: Before this Earth there
    • to speak, of beings belonging to the super-sensible worlds learned that
    • learn to know the unending pains of men, which mean something entirely
    • Just as the Egyptian learned to look up to death when he thought of
    • his Osiris, so man learned to know, in the fourth post-Atlantean
    • than a king in the realm of shades.” For now the Greeks learned
    • to the other teaching, they will learn to understand their
    • act and the act of the Mystery of Golgotha. They will learn to grasp
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    • learnt. In a being such as Savonarola's we may see the dawn of
    • spiritual-scientifically striving person should learn from this
    • learning, not through the means which one believed at the time,
    • learn much from this figure.
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    • the physical-corporeal existence. This threefoldness is the learning
    • to walk, learning to speak, learning to think. You know that the human
    • Learning to walk is something which, in an utterly one-sided manner,
    • existence. This is what the child must first learn. Out of what the
    • human being is undertaking all this activity — learning to walk,
    • learning balance, learning to use the arms and hands and fingers
    • child, in learning to walk, steps on the heel, the ball of the foot,
    • Let us go back now to the first thing that the child learns: to walk,
    • learning a balanced posture. There is more connected with this than is
    • external posture of balance. Together with the learning to walk, there
    • Beings. It is so very beautiful when the child has learned to think so
    • conception! The thinking of the child just after it has learned to
    • those worlds out of which we have evolved in order to learn to think
    • on earth. One observes the child, how it learns to walk, to use its
    • learn to recognize the physical as the image of what is living in the
    • impressive thing that can be observed is the learning to walk. Human
    • The primary measure of destiny is expressed in the learning to walk.
    • In learning to speak, something else is really indicated. This also is
    • manifestation in his learning to walk. When he has passed through the
    • language we learn, — this is received from far loftier Beings:
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    • twentieth century experience this. What we learn from external history
    • earth, and the fulfilment of this Kingdom of Heaven must be earnestly
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    • learned or scholarly but possessing an average degree of culture, and
    • Germany is yearning for — as your speaker truly said —
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    • may appear. Those who speak of something new and are inwardly earnest
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    • cleverest and most learned people, but we are clever only during the
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    • view of psychology a very great deal might be learnt from it.
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    • later life learnt nothing more; they simply repeated mechanically
    • learn to carry this over into the dead thinking. Dead thinking must
    • intuitions; thus we learn to speak out of the primal wisdom of the
    • reality, that we learn to speak a new language.
    • this sense we must return to childhood and learn a new language. The
    • language we learn in the first years of childhood gradually becomes
    • we are thinking, just as when we learnt to speak an impulse arose in
    • moral intuitions. We must learn to open our mouth by letting our lips
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    • character of a longing, of an undefined yearning, than was the case
    • distant future to learn to live their answer. We are not directed in
    • points to what has not been learnt from formulae, but from that book
    • learn in the presence of every human being to unfold feelings which
    • at the solution of this riddle. When we learn to feel how in
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    • said that there must be an education which makes learning a game for
    • children, so that the children laugh all the time, so that learning
    • is play and at the same time they are learning something. This is the
    • all is learnt.
    • injured through learning being made into a game. For it is essential
    • stood as a kind of ideal for those anxious to learn, this idea
    • at the time referred to, innumerable forces yearned for activity and
    • kinds of learned circles, and there I had much reason to rejoice, and
    • things he has only half learnt. We find here or there, for example,
    • uncertain. I am still very young and am expected to learn what he,
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    • life for his soul. Hence an intense yearning aroused, the strong
    • important thing is that side by side with all yearning expectation
    • you have learnt to despise thinking, because it has met you only in
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    • answer to this question is found by learning to perceive — for
    • speech is learnt. Speech is, so to speak, poured into the child just
    • human beings who have not learnt to walk in the ways of beauty, and
    • highest respect for the intellectualism of our learned men. Do not
    • mother. What is to be learnt must be learnt. But it will be learnt
    • feels when, by imitating, he learns to speak. This urge will be
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    • learns something through one's own development that one cannot
    • time something happened in me by which I learnt something which out
    • only to be tried and people will soon learn to be able to make it a
    • by the old so that the young say: I am grateful that I have learnt
    • from the old what I can learn only from the old; what he can tell me,
    • he alone can tell me, for it will be different if I learn it when I
    • something different. But what I want to learn is only to be learnt
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    • the organism; to learn to think not only with the head but with the
    • whole man; to learn to experience the world with the whole man and
    • human beings today still have the capacity of learning to experience
    • child learning to speak. For then the head which has to take part in
    • learning to speak begins to stir and develops the first stage of
    • insatiability. The head in return for giving itself up to learning to
    • genius to be able to learn all he should be able to learn. You will
    • tremendously learned. To be tremendously learned is not difficult.
    • because in their childhood they have learnt to pray. Two human
    • blessing; the second develops from the first. No one learns to bless
    • who does not learn it from prayer. This must not be understood
    • the connections We learn to come to a deeper relation to human beings
    • beings learn once again how to live with one another. This cannot be
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    • so, we should be understanding only the old again. We must learn to
    • learn all the teachings about the ego. It is not a question of
    • learning theories about the ego. No matter whether you are a peasant
    • man was seen within sheaths. Now we must learn to see him as an
    • studiously to learn to do it, to make it a special study. It was no
    • shall work rightly in education only when we have learned to feel a
    • order to learn to know him, not to give directions: “You are
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    • education we must have a heart. We must learn — speaking
    • something we can learn. We should receive it as something with which
    • the spiritual world. And learning, knowledge, will acquire a quite
    • Learn to read them! Learn to read the mysteries that are inscribed in
    • of learning, of knowledge, is worthless. As such it is dead and gets
    • incarnated on the earth. And you will have to learn to have faith in
    • much from the child as he gives to the child. Whoever cannot learn
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    • the great masses of people today. Mankind will have to learn a great
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    • by spirit in a special way. We must learn to know the spirit that
    • pulses through the blood. We must learn to know the spirit that pulses
    • come when the flesh will again become the Word and learn to dwell in
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    • forms. We must learn to look upon the human being of the future. This
    • are invisible beings. We learn to know them by their effects. We have
    • learn to know these beings by their deeds. Well, is the matter
    • different with the human being? We learn to know the human being
    • way means simply that we have to learn to know them in a different
    • not differ at all from the beings of the higher hierarchies. To learn
    • have learned through modern civilization chiefly to look upon thought,
    • that mankind might learn, precisely through the Mystery of Golgotha,
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    • familiarize ourselves with this world; we shall learn to know a second
    • consciousness what he may learn from his surroundings. He only takes
    • My dear friends, the person who earnestly applies to his own soul the
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    • soul. He must learn to know the events of human evolution and make
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    • in and out with the air. And we must learn to realize the sense
    • breath. We must learn to feel how our will works through our eyes and
    • instance, in the ancient Hebrew doctrine. We must learn not merely to
    • mankind three millennia ago. If we learn, in nature, to receive the
    • It is a question of learning to say the following: there was a time
    • incarnations. To learn to recognize the externally-material as a
    • (not even a century ago), the learned Medical College of Bavaria was
    • development must be recognized by learning to read the objective
    • of the earnestness that is necessary in taking a stand in these
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    • Through perception and thinking we learn to know a world around us
    • willing we do not learn to know the world in which we exist as feeling
    • We learn from history books that America was discovered in 1492.
    • genius. We only learn to recognize through clairvoyant consciousness
    • the moment of falling asleep and the moment of waking up. If we learn
    • learn to know each other. It is supposed to happen in life, as some of
    • and pass through the portal of death, and if one learns to know how
    • reject this. But they will have to learn it; for this age will become
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    • If one learns to know those human beings who descended to earthly
    • Now let us consider the following: We can learn a great deal if we
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    • to psychoanalysis today are earnestly searching for the
    • second the intellectual one. This is a learned division, is it
    • only learns it in school; he experiences it. He
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    • in addition a sanatorium could be equipped for learned men who
    • with the Goethe Archives in Weimar, learned there a little
    • These are the reasons why official learning, and official
    • is seriously demanded of the human being that he learn more and
    • universal. These things must be learned by direct relations
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    • the human being must learn to know himself in order that he may
    • learn to differentiate: here you have a vision and there
    • life of another person. How shall we learn to distinguish the
    • must undertake research within the occult field, and learn to
    • learn to separate two realms which are so intermingled?
    • do not learn this primarily through our consciousness. If we
    • that we learn to do in the occult realm what we would have to
    • can, if we go about it properly, learn in a comparatively
    • experiment, we have learned to contrast all the wishes,
    • into what is fundamentally ourselves. And we must learn to know
    • learn to manage our ether body, and it is entirely natural
    • with it before we can learn to recognize that which enters us
    • why must so many things be learned in spiritual science? Are we
    • the painter if he did not have to learn the technique of his
    • admitted that one could become a composer without learning
    • learned only theoretically, although you have striven
    • than they could reach of themselves; for through earnest, eager
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    • the organism. But when he has for a time learned to know
    • learns gradually through development; and the ability rightly
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    • knowledge of the organs. We learn really to recognize our inner
    • become acquainted with each single organ. He learns to know the
    • observation of our own inner materiality. Unless we learn
    • configuration of the soul. To begin with, we learn to
    • see, if we learn to know this organization we learn to
    • learn, by the detour through this inner knowledge, to
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    • often said to him: “Look, if you earnestly believe this as a
    • struggle up to the highest ideas of this “I,” if we learn to
    • antipathies. This must be taken strictly and earnestly. Whoever still
    • standpoint of Western learning. We tried to be just towards Oriental
    • we learn to speak a language, which is really not merely understood by
    • or in the condition between death and a new birth. And we learn
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    • touching human nature can be learnt. And so today, something can be
    • intellect, which has learnt its whole training, its whole manner of
    • time. In the Bible they stand. The Bible is far more learned than our
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    • take it earnestly. Therefore one must be able to say: There stands a
    • Today a whole number of learned ignoramuses make the attempt to
    • All these learned people, who really do not know much, interpret human
    • earnestly: Man is nothing as he stands before us. He is but the shadow
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    • therein, he can learn nothing concerning the supersensible.
    • Consciousness. Only through learning to unite this cosmological
    • basis of their modern learning concepts by which they can grasp
    • appeared to him as though the learned people of the last
    • the unlearned people.” That was the time when Schelling
    • the ideas at the disposal of modern learning, one could never
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    • Siegfried. But she has yet to learn how she can do it. She wins to her
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    • learn of more intimate details out of the realm of spiritual science.
    • instructions, then he learns to hear a real music that wells through
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    • have examined what is called number symbolism and learned that when
    • call the “study of numbers,” will learn to understand
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    • Those who have learned to know him exactly and intimately have
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    • past, when some great teacher was teaching? We can certainly learn a
    • 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
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    • comes before the spiritual eye with particular clearness. Spiritual
    • on, who learns to know the significance of Christmas and to know also
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    • we shall learn later. If the whole of Saturn had disappeared through
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    • Cosmos. And through certain causes, which we shall learn later, now
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    • bodies, are able to sacrifice these bodies, because they have learnt
    • have been men once upon a time; we have learnt that man progresses
    • further, and rises to higher Beings; we have learnt to know the first
    • stages of the ascent in the Angels, Archangels, etc.; we have learnt
    • Personality are incapable? Has the whole of Creation learnt something
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    • nearness to the Godhead. But it would also be in a certain way quite
    • that we, without tempting man away from humility, must learn to
    • because of its nearness to Düsseldorf, and because of its
  • Title: The East in the Light of the West: Lecture I
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    • Anthroposophy learn to wait in faith for events which are to mature
    • Light-bearer as the being through which alone we learn to understand
    • into our souls, letting it fill them, we shall be able to learn in
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    • our souls, and then enquire how that which we learn to know as
    • Western wisdom accords with what we may learn to know as Eastern
    • with physical eyes, or hear in them with physical ears, can we learn
    • us from an experience that we must first learn to bear. We must first
    • clairvoyance, and we must learn to know Anthroposophy thoroughly. If
    • conquered in quite a different way if previously we have learned to
    • times has had to do himself, in order to learn to know the divine
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    • super-sensible faculties of perception. Man then first learns to know
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    • be learnt from original sources.
    • could not possibly learn before the appearance of Christ on earth
    • they must learn after that event. Anyone who believes that man
    • incarnates again and again only to learn exactly the same wisdom, has
    • rather like learning something important from another individual at a
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    • there is a kind of yearning for such a deepening of the spiritual
    • give an answer to man's yearning. Thus in ancient Greece these
    • and Tauler, learn to conceive of the Christ in a universal sense, or
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    • became one with it; and man learned to make increasing use of the
    • later married the widow. Only then did he learn that it was his real
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    • There are many things to be learned because we are advancing towards
    • stage, and of its reestablishment. We must learn to understand, for
    • fraction. In this way, too, we get the right kind of yearning to go
    • is added. Much may be learned from the ancient wisdom of the East;
    • but among the most valuable things which can be learnt from the Light
    • perceptions, and something of this can be learned in what the God
    • external world itself. Nevertheless those who had learned to
    • order that the candidate might learn to feel that the same spiritual
    • drink from.’ That is, as if by a draught he learns to
    • the number seven. We learn to understand the evolution of the world
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    • power of thought in those early times had learned from reality and so
    • brother, is the fundamental relationship which men have learned to
    • not only teach; we learn of Christ in order to understand Him, in
    • subject of learning. The difference between Christ and the
    • they must learn from these Bodhisattvas what can eventually make
    • at what Christ has done for us, but we must learn of all the teachers
    • investigation from out its very nature. The elements of what we learn
    • From Buddha, Christianity had to learn the teachings of reincarnation
    • the initiates have learned to understand them in a modern sense, just
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: I. The Position of Anthroposophy in Relation to Theosophy and Anthropology.
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    • learn through their training the secrets of Diana of Ephesus; they
    • learned to look into the spiritual worlds. As much of such matters as
    • and so forth, and what is to be learned from them.
    • The child learns to speak before he learns to reason. A
    • learns to speak, or at least to understand what is spoken, before he
    • learns to reason. It is, in fact, only through speech that he learns
    • through those of comprehension we learn to understand things, we
    • generalizing, people ask what the human being can learn by means of
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    • Until modern science learns to illuminate the edifice of
    • We learned that really a kind of thinking resides in the sentient
    • sound, you can learn to know all the connections between Jave and
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: III. Higher Senses, Inner Force Currents and Creative Laws in the Human Organism.
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    • they learned to recognize common factors by disregarding, as it were,
    • still more power when we learn that its astral substance enables it
    • property of a true science. We have learned that up above there came
    • Here is another example. We have learned that in visual
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    • enabling us to comprehend it. If we really learn to know these
    • We have learned that the physical and etheric bodies
    • learned even more readily in another way, namely, through realms that
    • more we will see in it a great school for learning to think. The
    • first in the course of human development? Did man learn first to
    • who first learns to talk and only later to perceive thoughts. Speech
    • the premise of the sense of visualization. The child learns to talk
    • speech? If he was to learn to speak, not just to hear, it was
    • themselves. Men had first to learn to utter sounds and to live in the
    • vertical direction of influence. If men were to learn to speak under
    • could they have learned to speak if they had remained in one spot.
    • were to learn to speak? We know that the etheric currents flow from
    • its peculiar development. Man learned to speak at a time when his
    • between Asia and Africa. Thence, in order to learn to speak, he
    • suitable for speech, and thus it was in old Atlantis that he learned
    • inspirative, and the intuitive senses. We have learned that as a rule
    • learned when studying the origin of speech; then the group ego had to
    • proved. Learning to read is an intelligent activity, but one that
    • learning to read and write occurred to men before the consciousness
    • phenomena on earth. We shall learn to know everything of that sort,
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    • we can learn to know the phenomena of the inner soul life better
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    • from a quite abstract consideration of this contrast we can learn
    • be learned. But may we say this of anything he wrote? We can say
    • We have learned that visualizations lead their own life,
    • in time? It is the desire of the old conceptions yearning for the
    • piling up against it. It is important that you should learn to know
    • swirls and surges. What we have learned today is the fact that the
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: III. At the Portals of the Senses.
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    • we learned that in the downward direction corporeality borders on the
    • lectures we learned that certain experiences allied to feeling, like
    • We still have to learn, however, how our reasoning can
    • soul's aims must be raised may be surprised to learn that in a
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    • bodies. You can test this. Try to recall all that you have learned
    • our psychosophic paths we rediscover what we learned by way of exact
    • become conscious as the result of inner reflection. We learned, you
    • that we could learn nothing about the ego. What we did learn,
    • because we are placed on this plane in order that we may learn to
    • guide to point the lines of approach to all that can be learned
    • approach. If the occultist will not only learn this but count it
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: II. Truth and Error in the Light of the Spiritual World.
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    • from what can be learned within one's own spiritual world as such
    • You see, by learning to know error we can get to know a
    • and right into our own time they have prevented the learned lights of
    • longing are determined by it! What yearning it excites, what bliss it
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    • he can learn through perception alone.
    • not coercive or the like. We learned yesterday that error is of a
    • outset we lack entirely. By doing this we learn to form allegorical
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: IV. Laws of Nature, Evolution of Consciousness and Repeated Earth Lives.
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    • learn its true meaning, is a matter of development. As a human being
    • development. In the course of time development shows that one learns
    • to distinguish certain imaginations exactly as one learns to
    • physical world we learn to distinguish between an elephant and a tree
    • frog, and as we learn to differentiate, the world begins to take
    • is only through development that we learn the relative importance of
    • higher cognition as well. He must learn to know himself in an
    • does that mean, that a man must learn to know himself through
    • if we work with all our energy to learn to know all our attributes
    • When we have learned to know ourselves imaginatively, we
    • learn to know the world. We find that in view of all that surrounds
    • him in the world, man, as he learns to know himself in the
    • we learn that one is an ego, but in ordinary life one is a very
    • inspirational cognition. When a man learns to know his own
    • learned to know our own tone, so to speak, we discover how ill
    • are able to arrive at the peace and inner harmony for which we yearn.
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    • Thus when a yearning hope, from fear and wonder
    • light will again be radiant within him. Man must learn to know the
    • powers of birth. They were to learn that at this point of time
    • life, in what may be called man's highest Ideal. Thus did they learn
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    • understanding Him, yearning to understand Him, had already been rooted
    • mankind no child's play but great and earnest, soul-shaking truths.
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    • reached the heights of learning, like the Three Magi from the East, in
    • nevertheless a fact that the geometry and arithmetic learnt by
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    • Humanity must learn again to realise that the Mystery of Golgotha can
    • Mysteries, holy sanctuaries that were schools of learning and at the
    • full consciousness we must learn to understand that in the Mystery of
    • impulse consciously. Again we must learn to understand that when the
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    • learned scholar to-day to survey the whole course of history without
    • The hearts of men were yearning for a vista, a conception of the
    • that for long ages the best human souls have been yearning, pining for
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    • over again into an earthly body, unless it were to learn something new
    • each time — and not only to have new experiences, but to learn to
    • heard the Voice of Conscience. In this way it learnt to establish an
    • things that other people could only learn through the instrument of
    • stage of man, therein to learn what it was that was coming up to meet
    • higher, for he learnt through his descent.
    • region of man; in order themselves to learn, in order that they may
    • meantime it is necessary that they should learn that the Christ-Being
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    • the learning of certain things as theory or doctrine, but that we
    • never learn to know that law if we do not make an exception of the
    • life, we can learn to become counselors.
    • One learns more of the soul in that way than can be learnt from the
    • directing the life of others. One learns a closer observation. During
    • persons desire to learn about a spiritual Movement like Anthroposophy
    • must at least make himself acquainted with what the learned. medical
    • learn the anthroposophical view of phenomena in face of which man at
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 3: The Entrance of the Christ-Being into the Evolution of Humanity
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    • If we look back at much of what we have learnt as the years went by,
    • greater good-health; and when we have gradually learnt to understand
    • was the preparation by means of which the ego was to learn in its most
    • takes up the Christ-Impulse learns to control the astral body, which
    • he learns to bring it under the power of the spirit; and in so doing
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    • Zarathustra. We have a great deal more to learn through our studies
    • gradually learn how the qualities needed for the body of Jesus were
    • task of our age; we must learn, through what is given to us in
    • — the indication is given that men must learn to develop in
    • through Christianity, learn to feel for spiritual things: to hunger
    • learn to hunger and thirst after righteousness; for they will find a
    • our present time man must learn to rouse himself to the understanding
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    • thoughts of Spiritual Science must be taken as earnestly as possible.
    • we should try to learn what refers to the other side of it.
    • learn, through the deepening and inwardness of Spiritual Science, to
    • learn to feel that in a certain respect the head and limbs of man bear
    • trivial thing to do, but our learned men are taking a liberty when
    • perceive the facts of life, or who learns them through imaginative
    • a learned man to-day, not only for the acceptance of Spiritual
    • already here now, but which he will learn to perceive. This etheric
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    • Spiritual world. He must gradually learn to become acquainted with
    • of learning to realise that the soul was not the same when our
    • we must call to mind much that we have learned in the course of past
    • that development. One must indeed learn much before one can even to
    • Egypt, or from the marvellous astrology which could be learnt in a
    • more and more a Westerner he must learn to find entrance into the
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 7: The Further Development of Conscience
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    • learn from us, those who come after us, must learn to find
    • considered as an earnest and scientific work, which is centred upon a
    • and historically? It is necessary that people should learn that Christ
    • might learn that it is possible to find the way into the spiritual
    • independent spiritual consciousness tell us? What do we learn
    • must very earnestly do: we must continue to develop the impulse. In
    • should be made, and above all that people should learn what was
    • some way they will learn to contemplate their deed; they will become
    • from age to age. We learn that, when we learn to understand true
    • Christianity. In this respect we still have a great deal to learn from
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    • begin with one can only learn certain things about oneself from these
    • him on earth. This is true in spite of our earnest desire to love him
    • of the most important facts that we must learn through the study of
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    • world already equipped with everything he has to learn during
    • aspect, one will find that in each incarnation one has to learn as a
    • Consider, for instance, what a child of six had to learn in Roman
    • times. That was quite different from what he has to learn today. The
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    • Think of a congress where learned representatives of the different
    • Humanity must learn to understand that Christ did not come for one
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    • One learns to know the period between death and rebirth either by
    • comes from within so that people learn to understand it from within.
    • with the earth. We proceed beyond it when we have learned through
    • One learns to know these strange facts by means of spiritual
    • the spiritual world, how he speaks as a prophet, that one only learns
    • only learn to know the spiritual hierarchies in the Mercury sphere if
    • have their origin in the cosmos. We learn rightly and wisely to
    • visions. He only learns to recognize later what he really is as a
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    • period we learn to know the nature of the Sun, which is quite other
    • whom we must learn to know in his primal power. We bring with us from
    • Throne we now learn to know the other Being who, together with the
    • Christ, leads us onward. This other Being is Lucifer. We learn to
    • must learn to discern the essential being rather than the teaching.
    • content, we learn from the beautiful words uttered by the Christ, “Ye
    • We learn this also from the fact that
    • theoretical. We must learn to look through the words to the essence
    • essence, the world will learn to understand many things, particularly
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    • instance, the dead person, who has an intense longing to learn
    • By acting in accordance with what may be learned through spiritual
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    • each might learn its language. Prior to the gathering, however, God
    • it they learned to understand the various sounds. Certain peoples
    • beings through the Christ impulse and learn to understand Him in the
    • We must learn to discriminate between Christ and Lucifer, and in our
    • A wonderfully apt description! One only learns to understand this
    • everything in art as in the evolution of humanity. One learns to
    • strive consciously towards this goal, what we learn becomes a prayer
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    • has come about through the deed on Golgatha. We have learned to know the
    • learn increasingly to become independent of what is bound to the
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    • souls dwelling in a physical body must learn the language of the
    • have learned as the language of theosophy or spiritual science.
    • gathered in my name, I will be among them.” One will learn to
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    • It is important, therefore, that man should learn about such things
    • on earth. One will experience them after death but one learns to
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    • have intercourse with the wanderers from Mars and learn to know of
    • something that can be taught and learned in all realms of the cosmos,
    • science can only arise on earth. Nowhere else can it be learned. It
    • anthroposophist who, because of what he has previously learned, is
    • life-giving impulse. More than anything we may learn theoretically,
    • This also enables one to connect oneself earnestly and worthily to
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    • Such souls are usually too easy-going to learn to know anything about
    • before he learned to speak, and there grew up without ever hearing
    • the human voice, he would never learn to speak! This shows clearly
    • that children do not learn to speak unless speech comes to them from
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    • Man has to learn by what he foregoes. Such a soul, as a result of the
    • time he learns to live as a soul-spirit being. Let us vividly imagine
    • earnestness with which thoughts of spiritual science should be taken
    • will people learn to live truly as Christians.
    • One learns to know many things when one enters into the spiritual
    • that cannot be learned there and that is death. Death exists only in
    • He is the only one among the gods who has learned to know death.
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    • power to assist man so that he may also learn to apply the forces of
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    • It is also impossible, as one might easily imagine, to learn any more
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    • but in learning to experience the validity of them all. This not
    • We will not go on just yet to what we can learn from Spiritual
    • necessary to learn how to think, and to get to know the inner laws
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    • but in learning to experience the validity of them all. This not
    • The reason is that far too little trouble is taken over learning to
    • learn these skills. But in practical life, with regard to thinking,
    • from quarters where thinking and much else has been learnt. Only
    • “What! — learn to make boots? For a long time that has
    • shoemaker named Jacob Boehme. He had learnt his craft well —
    • learnt the laws governing the combination and separation of
    • substances; there are zoologists who have learnt how one examines and
    • describes animals; there are doctors who have learnt how to treat the
    • conception of the world, then he takes the laws that are learnt in
    • them. If one wishes to learn about the web and woof of the world,
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    • but in learning to experience the validity of them all. This not
    • Broadmindedness is all too seldom sought. Anyone really in earnest
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    • but in learning to experience the validity of them all. This not
    • mysteries of human individuality. We learn to understand — if I
    • learning to grasp these relations, Spiritual Science acts as our
    • If one becomes a seeker, if one earnestly sets to work along the path
    • of the seeker, then one learns to know that one must bring together
    • of the world. And then one unlearns every kind of attitude towards
    • One first learns to recognize what thought is in the cosmos when one
    • cosmic thought. When we learn to know rightly what our thinking is,
    • then we learn also to know how we are “thought” by the
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    • but in learning to experience the validity of them all. This not
    • We will not go on just yet to what we can learn from Spiritual
    • necessary to learn how to think, and to get to know the inner laws
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    • but in learning to experience the validity of them all. This not
    • The reason is that far too little trouble is taken over learning to
    • learn these skills. But in practical life, with regard to thinking,
    • from quarters where thinking and much else has been learnt. Only
    • “What! — learn to make boots? For a long time that has
    • shoemaker named Jacob Boehme. He had learnt his craft well —
    • learnt the laws governing the combination and separation of
    • substances; there are zoologists who have learnt how one examines and
    • describes animals; there are doctors who have learnt how to treat the
    • conception of the world, then he takes the laws that are learnt in
    • them. If one wishes to learn about the web and woof of the world,
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    • but in learning to experience the validity of them all. This not
    • Broadmindedness is all too seldom sought. Anyone really in earnest
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    • but in learning to experience the validity of them all. This not
    • mysteries of human individuality. We learn to understand — if I
    • learning to grasp these relations, Spiritual Science acts as our
    • If one becomes a seeker, if one earnestly sets to work along the path
    • of the seeker, then one learns to know that one must bring together
    • of the world. And then one unlearns every kind of attitude towards
    • One first learns to recognize what thought is in the cosmos when one
    • cosmic thought. When we learn to know rightly what our thinking is,
    • then we learn also to know how we are “thought” by the
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    • guiltless life, how there can be unearned pain and suffering. We see
    • poet's soul opens wide, goes out of itself and learns to feel
    • We learn to know the superiority, the wit, the power of observation,
    • Nature sighs every creature in pain, full of earnest expectation to
    • expression of the Greek poet: Out of life grew learning; out of
    • learning, knowledge. Here again, as already mentioned in the previous
    • is therefore true that from suffering we learn, then it is not
    • the old Greek poet, Aeschylos: Out of suffering arises learning; out
    • of learning, knowledge. And just as in respect of much else, we may
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    • will have learned that Spiritual Science should not be an abstract
    • if we ourselves earnestly and steadfastly believe in karma, we must
    • duties, learn something from them, and perhaps even attain special
    • deflected by a blow. We must learn to observe in the right way, and to
    • consider it as a cause, then we learn that we must entirely and
    • learn to study life methodically, and to place things in the right
    • it has given to mankind, and what mankind then learnt in it, we shall
    • Egyptian temple priests had not learned in Egyptian astrology about
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    • man has really to learn the simplest things. In the course of his
    • history man has had to learn the use of the most primitive
    • instruments, and our children have still to learn the simplest things,
    • and have to spend a certain time in order to learn them. Man has to
    • not need to learn; it knows how to do it, because it brings the
    • No one needs to learn that. In the same way, such animals as the
    • first to learn everything which concerns the outer world. This is
    • when a man learns, it is soon shown that he can become many-sided, and
    • but in true Spiritual Science one has to learn to think concretely so
    • dregs if we had not left the animals behind. We must learn to consider
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    • the other; rather the holder of each view should learn to understand
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    • learned to think of the healing value of the remedies which had been
    • Skoda who said approximately: — ‘We may perhaps learn to
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    • previously in use. From this we have learnt how the modern scientific
    • might be avoided — or do we learn nothing of this from spiritual
    • nature. If this psychologist had, truly learnt why a reason is
    • Cretan himself, if he had learnt the reason why this is so, he would
    • also have learnt what an extraordinarily vicious circle is created
    • Thus we shall learn to understand that it is not the nature of facts
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    • true nature of karma, we shall learn not merely to understand how
    • earlier lives, but we shall also learn that accidents which befall us,
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    • touched by the things of this earth and earth life, refusing to learn
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    • corresponding impulses and passions. One may be most learned, may have
    • etheric body. In external truths, though one may be learning an
    • enormous amount it will seldom be found that what has been learnt will
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    • It is important that we should learn to understand that yet another
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    • densified light. When one day science has advanced so far as to learn
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    • and death — of learning to know our weaknesses in all three
    • but we can also look forward to a future in which we may learn more
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    • Capesius, Philia, in Scene Thirteen. These characters had to learn to
    • Felix Balde and Capesius and learn to say:
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    • when the soul has learned to observe, explore and perceive outside
    • boundary region between one world and the other learns most of all
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    • Knowing a thing is not the same as creating it; a person learns only
    • than through occult knowledge. We can learn what a human being
    • have to be observed; in order to perceive and learn, quite different
    • soul life into this other being, into this other event. We can learn
    • You can also learn how sympathies and
    • description you will have been able to learn that what we know as
    • earnest about gaining knowledge in the higher worlds will therefore
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    • One should not imagine that learning to
    • read this cosmic writing is anything like learning to read in the
    • of arbitrary signs to their meaning. Learning to read as we have to
    • pictures will learn to read them. Through the devotion of the soul to
    • long time we are perhaps able to learn something that we never could
    • When we want to learn something about another person in
    • literature and in the sometimes learned treatises that presume to be
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    • his great learning — would have had more trouble grasping it
    • mixed up together, the schools insisted on the pupils' learning the
    • Number and measure — he had learned to feel what
    • In every sphere of life the human being can learn this
    • cosmic principle of number and measure that Capesius learned after
    • In recognition of this, Capesius had learned through
    • to learn who wants to find his way into spiritual science; then he
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    • depths. In this way we shall learn how to acquire in the physical
    • what a person comes to recognize when he learns within his astral
    • that in all we have learned, observed and experienced in the physical
    • begins to take shape, pouring deep earnestness and dignity into the
    • contents. We learn now to recognize ourselves when we are like a
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    • shadow is your ego in the physical world.” One learns little by
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    • Allomatics is presented as a work of great learning,
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    • incarnation he had as yet learned nothing, he was most profoundly
    • What happens when we fall asleep at night? We have learned that we
    • learned to look at the matter from the point of view of spiritual
    • teach men: they will have to learn to take these forces into account
    • been said, we may say “It is clear to us when we learn to apply
    • from before.” In this respect people who are very learned in
    • pulled or not. These learned materialists are really children. When
    • thought depends only on the condition of the cells. If such learned
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    • wish to learn to discriminate, you must go on developing yourself.
    • Through the teaching of the spiritual world we learn that in us is
    • Thus what we have learned about polarity is also proved true in this
    • We see in this continuous development, that what we have learned with
    • should learn to discriminate between what is sounding forth out of
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    • to learn Greek first rather than the customary Latin because in his
    • such dead earnest. So the rulers styled themselves “Defender of
    • see how wonderfully it lives in all the learning of Jacob Burckhardt.
    • influence on mankind. In describing these things we must learn to look
    • the nursery as some people seem to think, but for revealing earnest
    • earnestness.
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    • however, and our fifth post-Atlantean age has yet to learn how strong
    • stronger and stronger. This age must learn, too, that the necessity to
    • the future. We must learn to recognize these ahrimanic forces.
    • of Jesus. Strauss also works as a highly cultured and learned man.
    • written with all the learning of the nineteenth century. Then came
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    • experience its inner meaning, they then learned the nature of the
    • ourselves and learn to know it. Therefore, all natural science of
    • degree of knowledge, and also to developing that deep earnestness in
    • can learn through life in the Society.
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    • only be considered in its true reality when one learns to know the
    • only learn to know this meaning when we advance from describing what
    • seen. When we have learned to do so, both the facts of nature and
    • harmony with the materialistic feeling of the age. Man wanted to learn
    • that certain learned men and scientists who must be taken seriously
    • materialistic paths, least of all has been learned about the living
    • that belongs to modern times, one learns about the lifeless. Through
    • dead. From this one could learn something immensely significant, that
    • only learns to know the real significance of hatred and unfounded
    • about these earnest matters today. Those who have heard my last
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    • as we have learned to know it in connection with great cosmic
    • of which you will be able to learn something tomorrow at the
    • ahrimanic forces. True, man must learn through the science of the
    • balance we must bring about in life by learning to be master of the
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    • earliest impulses were given. We learned about these first impulses of
    • earlier ages yesterday. Today, we will learn about a similar impetus
    • learned to know the devilish urge that takes possession of the will
    • used to take life, the significance of which you have already learned
    • to learn, grounds that lie in the whole spiritual development of
    • One only learns the meaning of history when one turns one's gaze to
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    • excellent instrument for research in, and for learning to know and
    • into it by having learned to know those forces opposing human effort
    • the days of Isis; then we must see that what we learn prophetically is
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    • that moment he is also seized with yearning for a knowledge of the
    • And that which is learnt in this way by human beings lives on at work
    • of the whole organization, must in all earnestness, out of the depths
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    • They called Michael the countenance of Jahve. Just as we learn to know
    • on the Earth without his being noticed. We must thoroughly learn to
    • It is in this earnest mood that I wished to present the lights of the
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    • taking in these great truths with the deep earnestness with which they
    • as one of our learned men would describe it, but looking down upon the
    • Cosmos. He will learn to look upon the Cosmos as a part of himself.
    • Initiation is to enter in real earnest. For all that prepares in the
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    • earnestness and dignity, in accordance with the spirit of
    • us, things which we have experienced, things which we have learnt; but
    • should realize the earnestness and the dignity of the striving for
    • earnestness, we have not arrived at the right understanding of the
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    • only learns to know in life the one-sided power of natural instincts
    • only the insight of Spiritual Science and its living earnestness which
    • bring any earnestness into that society of mystic wishy-washy talk, no
    • real earnestness was wanted there. They only wished to go on
    • sorely needs is the greatest earnestness in the sphere of Spiritual
    • speak to you again of this deep earnestness. My most heartfelt desire
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    • not appear with the full clearness of our life of thought.
    • through before we can learn to know what is essentially the eternal
    • As we have to learn to carry the power of will into our thoughts, and
    • from the concept that we have learned to hold to the exclusion of
    • senses and not perceived therein. So we may learn to penetrate into an
    • sound at all, there is memory. If we learn a certain thought or
    • into physical earth existence. So we learned to know one facet of our
    • second stage we learn to know our birthlessness, our eternal on the
    • lectures to describe it in detail. Just as we learn to know the
    • entered this physical life, so do we learn to recognize the spirit in
    • being. We learn to perceive the sun-force working in every single
    • anthroposophical science of medicine. By its means we learn to see how
    • learn to look on our physical organism in a physical sense and in a
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    • our time individuals become scientists and learned men. In that time
    • with the spiritual world, there arose men of science and learning,
    • divine spiritual teachers, humanity learnt to know the destinies of
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    • to learn that there is such a thing as spirit, as immortality. It just
    • enchanted elemental being within it; and he will learn to feel the
    • yearns.
    • specifically in the human Gemüt, if the latter is to learn
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    • conditions: he must learn to feel himself not only as an earth citizen
    • system of natural laws — in fact, men should learn that every
    • way from anything we can learn about earth matters in the
    • amazed to learn how they can establish, by means very different from
    • learn to speak when we are children by imitating the older people,
    • spiritual-scientific effort, we learn to know Saturn — a little
    • only from the outside we really learn to know the essence of what
    • summer through autumn into winter. We will learn to sense how
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    • one learns as well, not only the relation of the earth to its own
    • Through imagination we learn first how the spirit principle of the
    • will compel men to learn to receive the ideas of spiritual science, of
    • will learn to feel the subtle transitions occurring in the course of
    • earth life. We shall learn to sense the course of the year as we do the
    • shall learn to feel soul, soul in the process of becoming; we will
    • learn to listen to what the year as the great living being has to tell
    • anthroposophical endeavor — such a one will learn to distinguish
    • engendered only by learning to take part in all that develops in the
    • But then — if we have learned to feel with nature, to blossom
    • bearing of fruit — then, because we have learned to dwell in
    • of the fall and winter as well. He who has learned to live with nature
    • in the spring learns also to die with nature in the autumn. Thus we
    • the cycle of the seasons: to learn to live with the spring and to die
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    • by his countenance that he has not learnt anything by what he has
    • the earnestness of life, or even perhaps its many satisfactions. That
    • this matter with all earnestness and energy. Then you have arrived at
    • earth; and we learn how the Beings of the first Hierarchy work. When
    • did formerly in the mere experience of memory we learn to recognize
    • Sun-period; it speaks to us in such a manner that we learn what the
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    • Today it may interest us to learn how he comes into the sphere of the
    • learn to breathe as it were in a superhuman freedom on viewing this
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    • learned to speak and walk, during which we received our first, the
    • learned something (or perhaps not!). He immerses himself in what he
    • learnt, or did not learn. It makes no difference whether one learned
    • again what he learnt, let us say at the age of seventeen, and sees
    • thus learn to differentiate our will, and then we shall feel that the
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    • was shared by man in such a way that he has learnt to say: The finger
    • somewhat deeper into the earth and learn to know all that is in the
    • Paracelsus wanted to learn he did not learn at the University. I
    • University, but Paracelsus did not go there to learn the most
    • What could be learned in
    • When we go down into the earth and there learn to know the colour of
    • the metals we also learn that metals are by no means confined to the
    • the first years of its life a child learns to walk, speak, and think.
    • child learns to raise itself upright from its horizontal crawling
    • the same time one has another experience. One learns in his actions
    • walking, in learning to speak and in learning to think lies that
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    • Because the learned men of today do not speak of these
    • in this way we learn to understand the speech of the metals, then
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    • forth in human speech. We learn what took place in those Ephesian
    • but we learn it from the Akashic Record, that Chronicle of etheric
    • follows: “Learn to feel in your own instrument of speech what
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    • it. Treading earnestly the path of knowledge we always have the
    • everything asked. The man of today can still learn from these things,
    • this way and used for Initiation, he can still learn what a scale of
    • outwardly physical, but which he saw with terrific clearness. He read
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    • he attained a remarkable perception. He now actually learned to know
    • learned to know the impulses of destruction in the Cosmos, and my
    • And from now onwards the pupil learned to look on the
    • In spaces far and wide shalt thou learn
    • the after-effects. Out of the after-effects he had learned to know
    • In Spaces far and wide shalt thou learn
    • as if changed into nothingness. And the pupil learned to experience
    • learned in this way, on the one side to stretch his soul spiritually
    • pupil learned to bring this whole intensity of inner impulse into
    • of consciousness, he learned to know what would be the further
    • Learn in spirit to see Winter-being
    • Learn in spirit to dream Summer-being
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    • The pupil had learned to revive these conditions in
    • learned to know Saturn, Sun, and Moon-existence as the successive
    • speaks to Word. Word learns to understand Word. Man feels himself as
    • being learned thus to know the Microcosm, that is, to know himself,
    • learned also to know the coming into being, the weaving, the arising
    • of today, one learns to understand these images of the
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    • ancient Greek Chthonic Mysteries learnt that, just as is the case
    • Chthonic Mysteries in Greece learned — that once upon a time,
    • in ancient Greece, and that they learnt to understand how this lead
    • Greek pupil of the Chthonic Mysteries, after having learnt all this,
    • seriously and without sentimentality. He then learnt to understand:
    • the power of memory. The pupil then learnt that against the Saturn
    • of aeons of time, and he learnt to feel in the right way what the
    • In this way the Greek disciple learned to understand the
    • into the Mysteries of Eleusis. In that time, however, he had to learn
    • up in thoughts what you have learnt here in my school.” So Plato
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    • We only learn to know the fun case when we
    • such teachings as were taken earnestly were so given that they were
    • the blossoms revealed their secret to the pupil, so now he learned
    • the metallic secret. First he learnt the secret of the plants,
    • learnt to observe how, over the surface of the earth, man and the
    • intention that thereby one should learn to know the true nature of
    • Thus, just as one learned to see the reflection of the
    • so now one learned to know the real secret of man on earth through
    • and gradually learnt to regard the whole of nature in this way. This
    • Aristotle's pupil Alexander the Great had learnt of his
    • he had learnt to distinguish the feeling of dryness, of warm dryness,
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    • possible clearness, a threefold evolution. I say “before our
    • not through Inspiration but already in all clearness before our
    • into human knowledge what we learned to know in the last lecture here
    • heart learnt to perceive what lived in the Sun, Mars and Mercury, and
    • of as it were by the heart; and he learnt to see psychically, with
    • vessels. While the pupil learnt to read in this way what was written
    • in the smoke by his, own breathing, he learnt to read, at the same
    • behind Mercury; in the form assumed by the second Kabiri he learnt
    • the reality of Mars; and in that of the third Kabiri he learnt the
    • which he learnt to feel while speaking, and while the pupil
    • progressed more and more and learnt to feel himself in this element
    • since man learnt only to know of the heavens mathematically, which
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    • way to the ancient Mysteries. It was an earnest joy, a deep joy, a
    • Record, we find there joyful countenances, deeply earnest
    • the inner Temple of the Kabiri had eloquent, earnest countenances,
    • known to any of you who have learnt a little chemistry. I should like
    • of investigation and thought one can learn Astrology, they would have
    • answered: You can no more learn Astrology through thinking or
    • empirical research than you can learn the secrets of a man by those
    • experiments and calculations, but on his learning to recognize the
    • more earnest, more deeply tragic persons, such as that one who later
    • Ages, this tragedy of those earnest seekers is not described in any
    • of colour into sound, they could enter into that which they learnt
    • themselves were inspired. He learnt what the spirits of nature knew,
    • For the learning of these laboratory students led them
    • especially in the early medieval laboratory, with his earnest deeply
    • will investigate more closely these deeply earnest scientists with
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    • must look behind, and direct our attention to that deeply earnest
    • by Goethe, with all his deep soul-striving, with all his earnest
    • in the ancient Mysteries, men learnt to understand that there existed
    • now learnt what metamorphoses the substance of carbon could undergo.
    • spectrum on it, and so on; yet everything which can be learnt in this
    • olden times be learnt of the stars; and this ancient wisdom, this
    • real Astrology, could only be learnt, as I explained in the last
    • Now the pupil learnt to know these Intelligences of the
    • his soul nature to this light he learnt to know what Intelligences
    • the earth in the atmosphere. Thus in that which man learnt from the
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    • short, if you rise to Inspiration, you learn to understand the
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    • can proceed to learn how the purely physical organization is in
    • that has been learned in this way about the human being must
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    • mind, we shall learn to understand in what way we can really
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    • learn by observing nature. Although it is fine to produce
    • synthetic remedies we can learn a great deal by understanding
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    • transformed. If one has learned the origin of illnesses in later life,
    • because it is always interesting to learn how a person who has gone
    • throughout the organism. Little will be learned about these things,
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    • Inspiration, we learn to understand the whole meaning of the
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    • this we can proceed to learn how the purely physical organisation is
    • learned in this way about the human being must now be investigated in
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    • this in mind, we shall learn to understand what a tumour-formation
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    • learnt. Moreover, we can very easily be led to other things. We can
    • passes us completely by, especially many things we can learn by
    • remedies we can learn very much by understanding what is going on in
  • 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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    • social ideals born of feeling, sentiment and modern learning which
    • changed, in order that it may learn to master the social
    • in order that people may learn again to believe that the mind can
    • the words, or nearly so, spoken by Woodrow Wilson himself. In earnest
    • question. People will learn to recognize the social question as an
    • shall have to learn to look at the social question (a) as a cultural
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    • thinking that what they have learnt in politics can be applied in the
    • learn from facts might see from the fate that threatens Eastern
    • were less dogmatic in their ideas and more willing to learn from
    • very difficult to learn from facts in this way. This is best seen in
    • especially when one has learnt not to think and feel about the
    • to earn too little profit, arrangements must be made to employ fewer
    • system of economy. We earn money; we trade with it. By money we
    • must relearn, and we must change our method of thinking. In these two
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    • bringing it to that point at which he can earn what he needs for his
    • has learnt from the life and habits of the leading classes to believe
    • would never learn to speak; for speech is acquired through communion
    • the inner nature of the human being himself. He who learns to study
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    • yearnings, of the demands, which have not yet penetrated into the
    • themselves “leaders of the people.” I learnt to
    • quarters we learn of a science which is determined to keep to the
    • which happen in the world. Then, within our own nature, we learn to
    • know the nature of the world. We cannot learn to know that life of
    • But if we learn to understand the spiritual world anew, if we
    • we have learnt out of love for our teacher which we could not
    • the child need not merely recall to memory what he learnt between his
    • seventh and fifteenth years; what he then learnt is renewed again and
    • the child learnt is renewed at every later epoch of life.
    • misunderstanding. There are a number of persons who have learnt in
    • thought, of ideas, a new mode of learning from the spirit. But in
    • new spirit! We may say that the yearning for a new spirit is dimly
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    • life, the state requires functionaries and even learned men to fill
    • many socialists yearn; but they visualize the matter in a very
    • learnt to behold the spirit as a living force, and who grasps it by
    • these words: Learn to recognize the reality of your spiritual nature.
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    • speak, members of it, we learn to know other nations. They work on us
    • We learn little by little to love them with understanding; and in
    • proportion to our learning to love and to understand mankind in its
    • learn anything as to the reality from statistics made in this way?
    • conclude with words that are, indeed, truly and earnestly meant. I
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    • this: To this day, every wage-earner in the ordinary sense is a man
    • who provides for himself. He gives only so much as he wants to earn.
    • he might give, for he will only give so much as he wants to earn. In
    • effect, to provide for oneself is to work for one's earnings, to work
    • Egoism. In the case of the ordinary wage-earner we generally fail to
    • ordinary wage-earner manufactures has after all no-thing to do with
    • earnings, works “for a living.” He works to provide for
    • wage-earners — earners of a living for themselves — how are
    • earners but as men who work because of social needs? Must this really
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    • way. You must learn to envisage the social organism in its totality.
    • whole invention; but now he earns more values than he can cope with by
    • understand wherein this health consists, we must learn to understand
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    • process as the only creator of values. We must also learn to
    • tend more and more in the direction of dearness.
    • high time that we learnt to under-stand the difference between real
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    • If the so-called wage-earner has to be paid more, they say: “The
    • though a kind of sale and purchase took place between the wage-earner
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    • earn what is here given freely, or rather the product of that work, is
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    • this which makes the learned world so uneasy today — this demand,
    • think in the way you have learned — or are supposed to have
    • learned — to think in the course of your studies. Nevertheless,
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    • constantly being changed. The point is that we must learn to know
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    • not be able to sell very much. A novelist would only be able to earn,
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    • real earnestness and with a genuine scientific spirit. Faced by a
    • earnest.
    • appalling harm just because there are so few men with an earnest will
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    • gazed; he had learned to know also of the activities of fire and of
    • all this he, Julian, could in his time still learn, — although
    • death was an external knowledge merely. But Christ learned to know
    • with the divine being teachers of long ago. Christ learned to know
    • physical human body. Thus, He learned to know death in actual
    • reality. He went through death. And He learned also something
    • Upper Gods to learn to know the interior of the Earth. That is an
    • pupils after His Resurrection. This secret Paul also learned through
    • the followers of Christ? The reason was, he had learned in the old
    • and the young monk of whom I am speaking learned a great deal of
    • will grow clear to you that this earnest seeking is born of a deep
    • is therefore my earnest desire that there may be many among you who
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    • it. We get used to it in learning gradually to jettison all nouns and
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    • ancient India, we find that in those times men who wanted to learn
    • initiate had to learn, in order that he might then communicate the
    • consciousness and learn to look right into the world of the Spirit.
    • with this goal in view, — that, through learning to understand
    • the world, through learning to understand the whole Cosmos, we may
    • to learn to know Man, directly, as a spiritual being. For this, he
    • must learn to free himself from his present limited and earthly
    • initiation knowledge has to learn about the other side of man. What I
    • is true and requires to be said. For it is, in fact, as we learn to
    • from the other side of existence, it is as we learn to hear these
    • was accordingly my earnest desire, speaking as I do now in a smaller
    • sense that I would express in conclusion the earnest desire, my dear
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    • borrowing the expression from conscious life — a yearning for
    • spiritual kind, and we must now learn to add to our physical
    • of anthroposophical science. When with this help we have learned to
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    • manifest when we have learned to look with keen and discerning
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    • Leader. Now after death, we really learn to know what Initiation
    • received by Initiation Science even into earthly life. We learn to
    • the Moon — through the Jahve Powers — that we learn the
    • in effect, is the relation to the human being of all the learning and
    • well. Through the present leadership of Michael man will now learn to
    • when we shall learn to prepare the physical body even for one
    • depends on man's learning really to live with the spiritual world as
    • learn to be at home again in the spiritual world as it was in the
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    • gazed; he had learned to know also of the activities of fire and of
    • all this he, Julian, could in his time still learn, — although
    • death was an external knowledge merely. But Christ learned to know
    • with the divine being teachers of long ago. Christ learned to know
    • physical human body. Thus, He learned to know death in actual
    • reality. He went through death. And He learned also something
    • Upper Gods to learn to know the interior of the Earth. That is an
    • pupils after His Resurrection. This secret Paul also learned through
    • the followers of Christ? The reason was, he had learned in the old
    • and the young monk of whom I am speaking learned a great deal of
    • will grow clear to you that this earnest seeking is born of a deep
    • is therefore my earnest desire that there may be many among you who
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    • it. We get used to it in learning gradually to jettison all nouns and
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    • ancient India, we find that in those times men who wanted to learn
    • initiate had to learn, in order that he might then communicate the
    • consciousness and learn to look right into the world of the Spirit.
    • with this goal in view, — that, through learning to understand
    • the world, through learning to understand the whole Cosmos, we may
    • to learn to know Man, directly, as a spiritual being. For this, he
    • must learn to free himself from his present limited and earthly
    • initiation knowledge has to learn about the other side of man. What I
    • is true and requires to be said. For it is, in fact, as we learn to
    • from the other side of existence, it is as we learn to hear these
    • was accordingly my earnest desire, speaking as I do now in a smaller
    • sense that I would express in conclusion the earnest desire, my dear
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    • borrowing the expression from conscious life — a yearning for
    • spiritual kind, and we must now learn to add to our physical
    • of anthroposophical science. When with this help we have learned to
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    • manifest when we have learned to look with keen and discerning
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    • Leader. Now after death, we really learn to know what Initiation
    • received by Initiation Science even into earthly life. We learn to
    • the Moon — through the Jahve Powers — that we learn the
    • in effect, is the relation to the human being of all the learning and
    • well. Through the present leadership of Michael man will now learn to
    • when we shall learn to prepare the physical body even for one
    • depends on man's learning really to live with the spiritual world as
    • learn to be at home again in the spiritual world as it was in the
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture I: The Event of the Appearance of Christ in the Etheric World
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    • their influence, we learn to look differently at the world about us.
    • essentially the same, then indeed there would be little to learn
    • incarnations on earth presents us with fresh fields of learning and
    • neglect something that should be learned, something that should be
    • learn today through spiritual science unites with our souls and that
    • higher world. It has thus learned to feel and to sense entirely
    • yourselves that we can learn to speak and to think today only if we
    • world could man learn to distinguish himself from the world and to
    • from which something new can always be learned. What we can gain from
    • learn to experience the spiritual within the I. They had to develop
    • which we have been speaking. Then human beings will learn to perceive
    • different sense. We learn that it imposes a tremendous responsibility
    • will learn that this being is the same as the One Who consummated the
    • temptation will be the task of those who learn through spiritual
    • son of man, the human being would learn to master the physical plane.
    • are things that can be learned or experienced only on earth. One
    • physical world to be able to die. One cannot in any other world learn
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    • such a preparation consists merely in learning theories or ideas.
    • opportunity to learn something new about the earth and to unite this
    • conditions, we shall learn to comprehend, even if we limit ourselves
    • your soul what a child used to learn at the beginning of our era and
    • what a modern child learns today; try to imagine all this, and then
    • recall from what you have learned through anthroposophical teachings
    • the conditions have changed so that something new can be learned and
    • his own. He was given up entirely to the spiritual world. To learn to
    • official science but that anthroposophists should learn to realize is
    • expressed in those significant words that one must only learn to
    • place about you, that there is a spiritual world. You must learn to
    • learn gradually to recognize what is to take place for all humanity
    • have learned that this etheric body is a reality, or they will think
    • once described it to be or what was learned in recent times. These
    • must learn to understand in the right sense this return of Christ. We
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    • One must learn to declare, “Not I, but Christ in me!”
    • Now, however, man must learn to behold Christ and to believe that
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    • wither in the least when he learns to grasp what is really passing
    • only with a tiny corner of the world, and we must take time to learn
    • divine it, he will learn with greater and greater precision through
    • learn through spiritual science how important it is not merely to
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    • event. It was by means of what man had learned through the wisdom of
    • human beings have learned to know that the I is a firm central point
    • seeing the etheric body, they will learn to see the etheric body of
    • death. Just as we once learned here that the event of Golgotha was
    • themselves that they must learn through spiritual science to
    • understand our newly awakening age thoroughly. We must learn to
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    • receive new life through the nearness of the kingdom of heaven. These
    • Shamballa, through which we may learn to know the significance and
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    • twentieth century from the following. Paul could learn about
    • theoretical learning but through continuous breathing of the air of
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    • is something we must feel; we must learn to feel it.
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    • one can rightly say that it is an awakening when man learns to use
    • should learn to understand that the knowledge contained in spiritual
    • will depend, however, upon such human beings learning to observe the
    • in the right way. We shall learn thereby that it is necessary for the
    • shall also learn to value what is positive, namely, the penetration
    • course of the next millennia human beings will learn increasingly to
    • only something we learn for our physical life but also has value when
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    • knows it through other methods; one learns to know it gradually. The
    • earnest conviction that the majority of humanity was not sufficiently
    • period must learn to meet, that is, the fully conscious struggle
    • for a long time — has learned there to absorb enough spiritual
    • familiar is that what is learned in schools as history is many times
    • portion of humanity to learn about certain mysteries. I have
    • however, until he has learned what is really going on within him. So
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    • 21, 1917. In that journal is an article by a very learned gentleman —
    • it must have been a very learned gentleman, because he had in front
    • one of the learned gentleman who can no longer continue on the path
    • requires earnest study of spiritual science. This event must really
    • learns to know the individual substances that lie on the surface of
    • becomes good not by learning all sorts of ethical principles, through
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture XIII: The Three Realms of the Dead: Life Between Death and a New Birth
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    • learns, just as he now beholds the world of the senses through his
    • the second chapter speaks of that learned individual,
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    • can be guided between death and a new birth by what he then learns.
    • such picture-conceptions, if one is speaking in an earnest sense
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    • time we studied these ideas and learned to enter into a true
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    • of the ninth or tenth century after Christ. We learnt how such strivings
    • teacher and tells him of his earnest desire to be able to see into
    • What you can learn of
    • of the etheric body, which you can easily learn to know today.
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    • speaking. There were however men who yearned for knowledge in the
    • did indeed learn to know through their striving the true worth of
    • nature, there also one finds the God; but then one learns to know how
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    • Faust in whom Rosicrucian wisdom was living, then we learn how he too
    • deliberation to try and find somewhere a place of learning where the
    • of course. Men learned how from the major and minor premise the
    • consequent must be deduced. They learned what we find treated so
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    • and learned a great deal from them; learned from them what they
    • learned to know of it on a spiritual path; I was not able at that
    • still able to learn how the true meaning of such symbols is only
    • pupil to learn to feel what lies in the words: “Light streams
    • Master went further still; they learned to feel the inside,
    • the ancient Mystery Schools, they learned to experience symbols by
    • pupils learn to experience the inside of their bones. But, my dear
    • lonely school learned to grasp and understand. For they learned to
    • Spirit-being of Man, they learned to look back into Atlantean times
    • First Quarter, Full Moon, Last Quarter, New Moon; they learned to
    • life. Yet we can learn to do so. And even as the pupil was shown how
    • guidance: he learned to apprehend, in intensely concentrated thought,
    • into the astral light, then he learns to know the true substance of
    • all things, he learns to know Matter. And when he comes to a
    • knowledge of the inside of his bony system, and thereby learns to
    • learns to understand the Forms that work in the things of the
    • world. Thus if you would learn to know Quartz in its substance —
    • two-petaled lotus-flower. If you would learn to know its crystal
    • taught as follows. — If you use your head-organ, then you learn
    • You learn to experience the inside of your bony system, then you
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    • Take what you learn in Haeckel's Anthropogenesis. In that form it
    • may very likely repel you. Learn it nevertheless; learn all that can
    • be learned about it by outer Natural Science, and carry it towards
    • with the proper spirit he duly prepares himself by the learning of
    • learn here on the Earth, for in truth the times have changed.
    • Science of today the true basis for spiritual seership. Learn first
    • what we learn from Michael is not really the word, but, if I may so
    • this is what we learn increasingly to strive for: as it were to
    • learning-to-write was prohibited, even until the fourteenth or
    • learning of the conventional letters, needed for human intercourse,
    • he had to learn others — specifically Rosicrucian letters
    • not intended as such; the idea was that for an A one should learn at
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    • must learn to experience this meteoric shag of the blood-iron into the
    • that what takes place out there in the cosmos is an earnest admonition
    • When one feels all this in full earnestness, then from this feeling
    • picture in earnest, if a part of mankind were to understand how this
    • against sulphur. We must learn not to let this process go on in the
    • learn to place this process, this iron process in human blood, in the
    • into consciousness. We must learn to know this process as the
    • learn to raise this process into consciousness. Something has then
    • That is Iron. Let us learn to know iron, and equally all other
    • substances, not merely in terms of material value; let us learn to
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    • Take what you learn in Haeckel's
    • In that form it may very likely repel you. Learn it
    • nevertheless; learn all that can be learned about it by outer Natural
    • proper spirit he duly prepares himself by the learning of this
    • knowledge. But man must first bring towards them what he can learn
    • Learn first by Natural Science to know the properties of air, water
    • little. At most he will give sparing indications, for what we learn
    • this is what we learn increasingly to strive for: as it were to
    • learning-to-write was prohibited until the fourteenth or fifteenth
    • learning of the conventional letters, needed for human intercourse,
    • he had to learn others — specifically Rosicrucian letters
    • learn at the same time another sign: O. For then one did not hold
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    • experience; then we shall learn to know what the anthroposophical
    • world-conception means for individual souls, we shall learn to
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    • out of date in comparison with those who are earnestly seeking an
    • observation we study the things around us, we learn to know by means
    • in the higher worlds. All the Beings we have learned to know as Beings
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    • universe. In ancient times men knew what to-day must be learned over
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    • countenance of Jahve. Just as we learn to know a man when we look into
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    • prevail. There is something like a yearning in the soul to dip down
    • into this sheer natural state, a yearning satisfied each time by
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    • deepest earnestness and stillness. After three days the image was
    • filled with sorrow and deep mourning. And that the full earnestness of
    • Such, then, was the purport of the Mystery which we have learned to
    • fill the soul with solemnity and earnestness. Then, however, the soul
    • They fell into a solemn, earnest mood. This was the feeling they first
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    • in the first centuries of Christianity, could learn to know the
    • learn over again what they had experienced in life until about the
    • modern expression, needless to say!) to learn what was the content of
    • instruction which they then received, they learned that it was the
    • being that one learns to know in this way. If we would learn to know
    • the moment the man learned thus to look inward he also experienced
    • Now, instead, he learnt to look inward.
    • to him that only now could he learn to know what we today should call
    • being of today is led to forget all that he learned of minerals and
    • knowledge of Nature. And when a man had learned this Nature —
    • In the second Degree he learned Music; he learned the Architecture,
    • learned to know the Temple Grove of man — permeated physically by
    • universe; one learns to know its spiritual nature. This was the first
    • chamber. In the second chamber the candidate learned to know the life
    • and Willing, the candidates were learning to know what holds good on
    • Mensuration. For these can be learned here on the Earth.
    • Thus man descended into himself, and learned to know the
    • And in the third Degree man learned to know the human being when he no
    • being, but when this spiritual being learns to know the body itself.
    • learned to know the upbuilding forces, whose origin is in the Cosmos.
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    • Thus we learn to recognise what happens on the Moon and by this we
    • also learn to recognise how the human etheric body is formed when man
    • Moon Mystery. This was the second thing. Man learned that for the
    • secret of the Moon.” Thus in his inner life he learned to know
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    • life that has evolved in the course of human history. We shall learn
    • clearness in these Ephesian Mysteries, an instruction, if I may call
    • first expounded to Alexander and learn to do the same with them as you
    • have learnt to do with abcd. Then with Quantity, Quality, Relation,
    • Space, Time, Position, Activity, Passivity, you will learn to read in
    • they have to learn abcd etc., again and again, in all manner of
    • Categories, as they call them, are introduced. We learn them off by
    • learn abcd off by heart and do not know what to do with the letters.
    • only learn to deal with. And fundamentally speaking, all that
    • concepts (for we may also extend the number to nine). Indeed we learn
    • wisdom and the cosmic light. Man will learn to read once more in the
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    • So the sinner learns that the Dalai-Lama, the Mahaguru,
    • arriving there it is learnt that the new Mahaguru, the new
    • the most atrocious way. We learn a great deal about the Tibetan canon
    • from Gutzkow's powerful description; but we also learn something
    • the old Count. We then learn of the Count's family life which has
    • baptism, he learns that his wife has been taken to a madhouse.
    • Earnest souls were inwardly compelled to put these grave
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    • still is that the vast majority of souls have yet to learn that there
    • The souls who have learnt nothing from spiritual science
    • today will die and return in new incarnations. Then, having learnt
    • taken with the deepest earnestness. Our modern natural science is
    • be opened and ye shall know good and evil.” We must learn to
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    • experience which comes to a man when he strives earnestly for
    • body, this strength must come from the fact that men learn to take
    • in an earnest and true way, what will come to them from the etheric
    • earnestness.
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    • nor the heaving ocean could the ego learn to develop those impulses
    • the earth. This the ego can never learn from any moving earthly thing.
    • This the ego can learn only because it is related to the planets, to
    • ego learn motion. When the ego of its own volition moves upon the earth,
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    • earnest of man's struggle to harmonize the spiritual-divine with the
    • his earnest endeavor not to take up the spiritual lightly in his writings,
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    • that man learned what he in turn poured into the other arts. Poetry,
    • post-Atlantean period to learn to understand spatial perspective, that
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    • commentaries, learned descriptions of the art of
    • to expression in this peach-blossom-like color; and in it we can learn
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    • world of color, through learning to live with the colors, feeling what
    • we learn to paint sensitively.
    • art historian to find out whether or not they could learn something
    • for hidden neighboring tones. And we will learn to feel the following:
    • and recitation one has to learn to shape language, to foster the elements
    • is imparted. We must relearn the spiritual significance of directions,
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    • and must learn something. Then one thinks how best to teach so that
    • the child can learn such and such a thing quickly. But what is a
    • to learn by heart. I may have worked his memory too hard. If I do not
    • In so doing one learns not of the earth, but of heaven; and this not
    • of life a child learns to walk, to speak and to think, out of the
    • the wish he had to learn that same word. If you count on a longing
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    • can learn what is good or bad, that he can learn this or that, but to
    • course of the nineteenth century. The children certainly learn a
    • great deal there, they almost learn to read. They are supplied with
    • never learn enough in this direction. Look at the children from
    • will object that the children then learn to read and write too late.
    • when the children learn to read and write too soon. It is a very bad
    • Not until the age of nine or ten does the child really learn to
    • and hate each other. You must learn to use anthropomorphism in the
    • Remember how Goethe learnt to play the piano as a boy. He was
    • Through Anthroposophy we ourselves learn once more to believe
    • say that he then learns to differentiate himself from his
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    • child must learn about everything, including plants, by examining
    • of learning about plants is just as unreal as though it were a matter
    • it is through learning to feel how plants belong to the earth and to
    • do not step properly but drag their legs after them. They learn
    • supposed to be learning. Why should I learn what he does not know?
    • considers it unnecessary that he should learn it either. And the
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    • what the teachers themselves learn from their meetings, week by week,
    • child can learn to do all kinds of exercises in a quick alert manner.
    • whole life. Learning to think directly through the head is not the
    • forget what they have learnt. This only applies to certain special
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    • and that you did once learn to count, but actually you do not really
    • thus he will gradually learn to build up number out of life.
    • between his big toe and the next toe and learn to write with his
    • learn as counting. And when you have worked in this way for a time it
    • learn to count in the way indicated in the diagram, 1, 2, 3, 4 and so
    • children can then gradually learn the numbers up to a certain point,
    • learns to do sums. The child ought to be familiar with this kind of
    • tiny little caricatures of demons, and our learned scholars would not
    • already learnt to count, and so that we get a clear idea of the whole
    • function fully because they have learnt to count by way of the whole
    • probably not learnt much at her school, one of those schools for the
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    • child has impulse to model and to paint. Teacher himself must learn
    • have learnt about the lung or the liver, or let us say the
    • segments, the other into three. Before you learn this you are
    • yourselves therefore should really try to learn anatomy by modelling
    • years of life, the child learns everything by imitation, but now he
    • should learn to sing out of the inward joy he experiences in building
    • from which the children can gradually learn what melody, rhythm and
    • every Waldorf child begins to learn some instrument on entering
    • learn to play an instrument. As early as possible the children should
    • choose a wind instrument, as the children will learn most from this
    • child learns the violin, when the actual processes, the music that is
    • the ninth and tenth year as the time when the child first learns to
    • child must learn to speak the foreign language just as he acquires
    • any other habit; he must learn to speak as a matter of habit. It is
    • only when he learns to differentiate himself from his environment
    • he learns two foreign languages besides his mother tongue.
    • learns to call the ceiling, the lamp, the chair, by their names,
    • children simply learn to speak in the language, connecting their
    • this manner the child learns every language out of the element from
    • not drive these feelings out of the child. He should learn to develop
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    • own fantasy. This is of great significance, and I would earnestly beg
    • meetings, each teacher speaks of what he himself has learnt in his
    • class and from all the children in it, so that each one learns from
    • indeed there is an enormous amount one can learn there. In the
    • Then all that they have already learnt will enable them to understand
    • themselves also learn how to do certain kinds of work which are done
    • requirements, but in order that the children might really learn to
    • that the children make, and they learn a great deal from it. This
    • then is another method by which the children may learn to stand
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    • is very important that the child should learn such things.
    • Drill or Gymnastics one simply learns from anatomy and physiology in
    • because with French there is much to be learnt from the inner quality
    • what you were able to learn from our Training Courses in Stuttgart,
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    • Metabolism; and we shall learn later on that the name is not
    • have to learn that the human polarity tends towards either the one or
    • interaction of the upper and lower spheres, one will gradually learn
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    • learn how to heal them?
    • physical and spiritual in man. For the forces we learnt to know as
    • mankind, into the human frame. And at the same time, we learn how the
    • we can learn very much from it.
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    • Further, you should learn from the patients themselves their chief
    • more closely, they would learn more of the forces operative, even, for
    • scientific papers, they learned — without exaggeration, as some
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    • planetary system. Until we know this, and learn also how to recognise
    • way will only be found when mankind has learnt, through spiritual
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    • consideration of Time. Only by these means can we learn correctly to
    • learn that it was held that the mercurial has been deprived of life
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    • the physical. You have learned that this interaction is at work in man
    • therefore closely interwoven with matter. You can learn more of the
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    • certain nearness to our earth's surface; that is to say, into
    • Furthermore, one has to learn how to weigh the co-operating factors,
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    • we may learn a variety of facts about our human bodies, if we only
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    • succeeding lectures. We have learnt to see the activities of kidneys,
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    • meditation, and learn to put yourself more and more in tune with the
    • conscious of this new awareness, in order to learn what it is as yet
    • the earth in circles. And simply by learning something of the spatial
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    • These differences must never be underestimated. We must learn to get a
    • shall not penetrate it until we have cleared our vision by learning to
    • than in the diseases termed “mental.” Yes, we must learn to treat
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    • must learn to have a comprehensive vision of the whole stature and
    • vision of the astral body. To learn to observe sight is training for
    • the observation of the etheric body. To learn to observe hearing is
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    • We may learn a very great deal from these instinctive actions of
    • in our ego come to us from very far away. And so we must try to learn
    • body, namely the intestines, etc. One must learn to grasp, by the
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    • considered in the future than it has been in the past. One must learn
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    • collaborate. We must cease to despise nature, and learn again to
    • people had lost the possibility of learning the spiritual aspects of
    • the matter; the loss of the power to learn about the spirit of
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    • has been offered in this series, the main purpose is to learn more
    • earnest and careful study, we shall find it remarkable (at least to
    • of blood that are associated with the conscious will, we can learn
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    • learnt from the specific types of micro-organisms, regarding the
    • to learn the effects of antimony in the external world, and to
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    • described as “incapable of learning to walk”. But we will
    • can we learn to recognise and understand such a condition? It will
    • ponder it with all earnestness. For in approaching tasks like those
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    • Children are born without morality, which they must learn from their
    • learn to recognise these illnesses for what they really are, then we
    • know how in physics one has to learn, in addition to ordinary
    • light-forces to be added to the earthly forces. We must learn to
    • obliged to learn control of his external balance. Similarly, you will
    • achieved by letting the child learn to swim. Learning to swim is very
    • learning to speak! For imitation reaches into the most intimate
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    • complex of symptoms. If we have learned to know an abnormality for
    • teacher who can understand these things will learn to find for
    • to educate abnormal children will never have finished learning. Each
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    • those who have to educate abnormal children would learn to have an
    • never took anything in, he learned only very slowly and with
    • different nose; and if you were to learn to be observant and to have
    • that you can discover methods of this kind by learning to pay
    • doing something with his hands. Let us say, he learns to draw a face
    • that by learning to bring the limbs into proper control, we can do
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    • which I was speaking yesterday. He is also learning quite quickly to
    • late, namely, in learning to speak and to walk. What would have been
    • be put to learn some trade — and that was terrible to
    • learned comparatively quickly to speak German. You can indeed see in
    • than most children. For what he has already learned sits terribly
    • child. Both of these are things that can quite well be learned, but
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    • learning to speak, he began to be restless, to make restless
    • late in learning to speak. And then, as I told you, the very first
    • sound he learned to say was R. (Turning to the boy) Say “Robert
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    • he learns to do them at school. And this is how it is done in our
    • disposed and friendly little boy, who learns painting just as other
    • child was breast-fed for seven months, and when a year old learned to
    • walk. That is a comparatively early age to learn to walk, but not
    • abnormal. She learned also to talk at the right time. Development
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    • The only way you can begin to learn how to deal with such children is
    • happy and animated on account of something he has learned —
    • learned, I mean, before the change of teeth — if we notice, for
    • instance, that a child who is learning to speak takes inordinate
    • pleasure in some new sound he has learned to utter, then we must be
    • has to learn to be able to look ahead and see what may be the outcome
    • new thing he has learned. This delight at acquiring something in the
    • as I have said, astonishingly clever. One could learn a great deal
    • nine months child and was breast-fed for seven months. She learned to
    • walk in her first year, and learned also to speak at the proper time.
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    • just this kind of thing that we must learn to make the object of
    • characteristic happenings. If one has already learned how to watch
    • can you learn to perceive such facts for yourselves? You can find
    • self-sacrifice, and in earnest endeavour to overcome all the things
    • will learn to understand the whole of man. You must, first of all, be
    • seldom occur. We shall have to find what we can learn, not from the
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    • boy who has not learned to speak. He has never learned to imitate.
    • fidgety. A sleepy, backward little boy, who has not learned to speak
    • he has learned to place in you, contrive some means to make his
    • before all else will be sincerely and faithfully to learn what is
    • should learn how boots are made. “He could make boots for your
    • whole family!” He could also learn gardening. And he should be
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    • blow from without — and surgery could certainly learn something
    • over the plant and for which the plant longs and yearns, can behold —
    • theory, I mean faithfully fulfilling in real earnest the conditions
    • individual in question. If you set out in all earnestness to
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    • those who wish earnestly to work out what has been given as
    • we gradually begin to learn how to feel that something
    • flux. And so, learning to know our own life through our
    • tableau which arises from our intensified thinking, we learn to
    • relation to any occurrence. We learn to know ourselves.
    • That is the important point. For in learning to know ourselves,
    • we also learn to know ourselves intensively, and in such a way
    • bodies. Thus we learn to know our own inner being.
    • we study assiduously in the sciences; we even learn about them
    • humanity is justly proud of what has been learnt of these laws
    • are learnt in connection with physics and chemistry are only
    • coming into earthly existence. And so we learn to recognize
    • and of which we have learnt to know that we build ourselves up
    • first we have learnt to look back with the intense
    • now learn to know ourselves as Beings who were spiritually
    • existence before the one wherein we now are. We learn to
    • of this is learnt by means of theorising, or by subtle
    • cogitation; it can only be learnt when the suitable capacities
    • Thus we have now learnt to know our inner humanity, our own
    • we can learn it in this way, then we can go still further.
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    • perceived in this way; and how in learning to know the true
    • conscientiously as we have learnt to do in scientific
    • the human organism and learn to understand its
    • activity. We learn to know how a sense-function is present in
    • medicine through Anthroposophy, it is a question of learning
    • detail. But those who do learn to know it in detail will stop
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    • we are preparing medicaments we must also learn to know what it
    • general sense — be described as ' swellings.' We learn to
    • must learn to recognise the correspondence between the activity
    • Thus we learn to divide the whole of Nature, firstly into those
    • processes themselves. If the doctor learns thus to behold
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    • those who wish earnestly to work out what has been given as
    • gradually begin to learn how to feel that something new is
    • so, learning to know our own life through our intensified
    • which arises from our intensified thinking, we learn to know
    • occurrence. We learn to know ourselves. That is the important
    • point. For in learning to know ourselves, we also learn to know
    • build up and again disintegrate our own bodies. Thus we learn
    • in the sciences; we even learn about them in the elementary
    • proud of what has been learnt of these laws of Nature in
    • learnt in connection with physics and chemistry are only
    • into earthly existence. And so we learn to recognize that the
    • intensified thinking, and of which we have learnt to know that
    • nature. For if at first we have learnt to look back with the
    • existence. We now learn to know ourselves as Beings who were
    • learn to recognize ourselves as beings of spirit-and-soul, and
    • existence. But none of this is learnt by means of theorising,
    • or by subtle cogitation; it can only be learnt when the
    • learnt to know our inner humanity, our own individual being of
    • by any other means; and if we can learn it in this way, then we
    • — then we learn to realise ourselves wholly as spiritual
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    • how in learning to know the true connections between the things
    • conscientiously as we have learnt to do in scientific
    • way can we learn to penetrate into the so-called normal or
    • learn to understand its transformative activity. That which
    • learn to know how a sense-function is present in the kidneys as
    • question of learning how abnormal conditions in the human
    • know it in detail. But those who do learn to know it in detail
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    • medicaments we must also learn to know what it means if we pick
    • sense — be described as ‘swellings.’ We learn
    • human being; and we must learn to recognise the correspondence
    • Thus we learn to
    • processes themselves. If the doctor learns thus to behold
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    • foundations from which all forms of learning arose.
    • thirteenth, and fourteenth centuries. Since that time we learn only in
    • This can be brought about if one unfolds within oneself an earnest
    • can actually learn to suppress the life of the senses. One then
    • If one learns to perceive this third member in the manner indicated
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    • foundations from which all forms of learning arose.
    • thirteenth, and fourteenth centuries. Since that time we learn only in
    • This can be brought about if one unfolds within oneself an earnest
    • can actually learn to suppress the life of the senses. One then
    • If one learns to perceive this third member in the manner indicated
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    • child amongst the working classes, — where I learnt the
    • learnt to know the working class as myself a member of the
    • working class. Later on, I learnt to know the middle-class with
    • And I learnt to know that class of people too from direct
    • of a life spent in learning to know the needs, the demands, the
    • the spirit and in the style of university learning, —
    • University learning: what has it finally come to? except to
    • actually takes place, or — expressed in this learned
    • human egoism, which leads every man to try and earn as much as
    • commodities. This is something one may learn at the present day
    • That this is something which may be learnt from the actual
    • person who has spent his life in learning to know the
    • demands the good will to learn from actual life, — and
    • this means, that we must give our minds in deepest earnest to
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    • speak to a primitive tribe, he would have to learn its
    • world do we learn to interpret history. History can never
    • and again in Spiritual Science we learn to understand that
    • the opposite of discussion, and that is the will to learn and
    • Christianity itself. But we can also learn something else
    • learn how much Christianity has accomplished since its
    • that humanity has learned to think in the true sense of the
    • learning in the Middle Ages. Actually, today there cannot be
    • learned his thought forms from the Christian science of the
    • the ego had absorbed and acquired was gradually unlearned and
    • Following a time when the ego learned to think through
    • Christian evolution. But after this ego had learned how to
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    • with respect to learning and the conditions of external life
    • interested today in learning how etheric bodies can be
    • processes we will gradually learn to understand, the astral
    • your culture, you simply must learn their language. By
    • be translated “Learned Ignorance”; yet it
    • learned knowledge. There were certain reasons for the title.
    • think today, and this is what children in school learn from
    • Why and how? It is instructive to learn the answer to this
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    • power of Christ will enable human beings to learn on this
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    • one in the previous incarnation, in which a certain learning
    • previous learning experience not to surface until late in the
    • knowledge in ancient times, everything had to be learned and
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    • culture yearns for a new content, or in this environment
    • of anthroposophy achieve. We will again learn to recognize
    • hearts. We will also learn what it means to behold the sun
    • learn to understand through the Christ-Impulse what, from a
    • to the spiritual world, and we learn to understand the
    • Let us learn
    • suffering. Rather, let us learn to love every creature in its
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    • learned the great truth of being liberated from suffering
    • learned how to strive outward from their earthly
    • future will learn to understand it. They will know that a
    • beings learn to understand in what respect Christ Jesus is
    • unable to encounter. We understand everything that we learned
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    • Ancient Revelation and Learning How to Ask
    • European would have to learn the language of the Hottentots
    • questions, just as Parsifal ultimately learned to inquire
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    • Indian, human beings still had a profound yearning for the
    • beings had to learn to love the world of the senses because
    • up to the sun, the soul learned to see in it not only its
    • Mazdao, and thereby it learned to know something of the
    • and direct human evolution. After Zarathustra had learned to
    • learn from within to recognize a Deva, a divinely
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    • were thus given the opportunity to learn more about this
    • developed in such a way that they should learn to love the
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    • modern thinking can give man no satisfaction for his inner yearnings.
    • learned Druids, for it would be the same thing — when they gazed
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    • what this after-taste implied. They learned of the water beyond
    • learnt from their Mystery-priests the effect on earthly man of his
    • path men could learn not only of the activity of the Moon, but of that
    • the Earth, you will come to learn — no longer with the earlier
    • bore them up to their astrological Initiation. They learnt how it was
    • Saturn, and a Saturn-Initiate can learn of all those happenings.
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    • got to the stage of learning logarithms and having to buy log tables.
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    • him. By means of these glimpses we can learn much as to the relation
    • hear a word of Spiritual Science, now felt a very strong need to learn
    • subconsciousness, where there may be a very strong yearning for
    • Anthroposophy, paradoxical though it may seem, if men eventually learn
    • itself only learns to understand what till now it could only perceive,
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    • behold how a child learns to walk is a wonderful mystery, as seen by
    • childhood when learning to stand upright there remain those which
    • we learnt to walk and the efforts we made, we can discover in
    • a way that it will learn that the forces slumbering today can be
    • When a man discovers the forces that remain over from his learning to
    • yearning, a certain inner longing, from heaven to earth; and, though
    • souls with great clearness, even as the earth-man on his part sees his
    • through the forces left over in the etheric body from our learning to
    • when learning to walk. They are the most sinless forces in the nature
    • used in learning to walk — forces which are also able to
    • who sees it can learn immeasurably from the child if his vision is
    • is learning to walk.
    • other hand, through having learnt to understand the spiritual, we see
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    • thus he learned to know what the Earth becomes during midwinter, when
    • People must learn once more to “think” the spiritual
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    • three-in-one, one-in-three, and learns to know how the human being can
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    • said: “One can learn these things also today without having any
    • can still learn today how to make use of instruments, how to form
    • said: “It is learned from the songbirds.” — For
    • the heavens, were not involved in learning anything. Besides the
    • Mystery-pupils gave to those who were learning in this way some kind
    • conveyed out of the Earth. At Christmas time man learned to know the
    • time, at the height of summer he learned to know how the harmonies of
    • At midsummer man learned to know himself inwardly, in relation to his
    • ego; in the depth of winter he learned to feel himself outwardly, in
    • man must be learning to understand the cosmos, acquire for himself
    • himself; he must learn to know the etheric and astral elements outside
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    • may get an impulse toward the spirit, he must learn to know the
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    • paid to it; indeed we shall all have to learn to pay more heed than
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    • Science man must learn to work his way out of the “Gugelhopf” mould
    • Lucifer and Ahriman. Man must learn to see that the thoughts and
    • In like manner, we must learn to say to the anatomist and
    • we shall learn to know in a much fuller and wider way through
    • our outlook and learn to behold man as he stands within the cosmos.
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    • such recognition can he gradually learn to understand the forces that
    • surrounding etheric world. We learn to think as individuals, but not
    • begin to learn how to get beyond his ordinary self.
    • he learns to love duty.
    • This is really saying a great deal. When a man speaks of learning to
    • Lucifer (imprisoned in self-love) when we learn to love our duty.
    • Lucifer. Man does not need to learn to love his right, he loves it
    • Lucifer and Ahriman. On the one hand man learns in a conservative way
    • to understand the conditions that are in the world, he learns to
    • equilibrium between Lucifer and Ahriman. We only learn to understand
    • and the life of right, when we learn to recognize the interplay of
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    • my yearning is turned toward the beautiful
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    • the fundamental absence, in our present age, of any earnest feeling
    • organism. One must learn to trace this working of the spirit in the
    • those depths of human nature from which earnestness, or tragedy,
    • when we have learned to apprehend these things quite concretely
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    • learn her words of magic.
    • Learn,
    • Especially when learning the art of
    • learning of an artform becomes possible. And now, in conclusion, I
    • be learnt in recitation. What is at stake, for instance, is not how
    • the unconscious must still remain there when we are learning a
    • practising the tragic; and we can learn to attenuate and mollify
    • followed when the attempt is earnestly made to find the bridge
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    • more intensively than in the case of learning the
    • are learning how to handle the materials and elements of speech, we
    • has to learn in this domain must derive purely from what is learnt
    • in working with speech itself. Just as a painter can learn most
    • too will the reciter best learn to recite by acquiring his grasp of
    • from which to learn the formation of a dramatic style. From the
    • his immediate surroundings, and his heart yearns for the image of
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    • for this earnest work,
    • speech-formation, for us to learn to introduce into
    • Eastern clearness,
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    • morphology, that we ought to learn breath-control or anything else
    • transform your languid yearning
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    • But I, I yearn, I hanker to be free,
    • Yet still I seek and I yearn – and after
    • its life for spirit yearns
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    • something that might be couched in more learned terms –
    • poetry expresses man’s yearning to stop at the syllable and
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture I: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • time. We shall also have the opportunity of learning what the content
    • earnest efforts after truth to the other.
    • the banner of Lucifer. The soul must learn to feel that the greatest
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    • thinking to whatever can be learnt from exoteric Theosophy —
    • carefully, at all times, how little we have learnt, and to seek the
    • we can learn from intuitions given to us by modern occult teaching.
    • stamped into us as moral realities. We learn to feel the
    • of itself. Through the first stages of Initiation we learn in like
    • manner to feel ourselves free from the physical body, and learn to
    • phenomena of the world. Yes, we learn indeed to know the Tempter, but
    • by degrees we learn in a certain way to value him. We learn to say:
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    • Himself, will make it possible for men to learn to see the Christ, to
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    • for anyone, even in our times. We can learn thereby to exercise a
    • century. From what he writes we learn something that can be fully
    • effect, and replaced them by others. But we can learn still more from
    • value through our learning to read the Gospels with the aid of the
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    • it certainly is simple. But if at a certain stage we wish to learn to
    • human evolution we must learn the occult truth that this Ego, of
    • indeed expressed with intense clearness and significance in this
    • connection what we have so far learnt from Spiritual Science. We know
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    • that particular incarnation, had he earned the right to use such
    • learn more concerning the fate of the physical body, we must first
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VII: The Mystery of Golgotha, Greek, Hebrew and Buddhist Thought
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    • has to be a reflecting apparatus. We learn to become conscious of
    • And the second thing we must learn to understand is wherein this
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VIII: The Two Jesus Children, Zoroaster and Buddha
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    • gifts in relation to things one can learn externally, it might almost
    • could have learnt on Earth. It was therefore untouched by any
    • learning to write, since in Adamic times writing was unknown. By
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IX: The Exoteric Path to Christ
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    • that the man who wrote this learnt about Theosophy only in the
    • arises in every man when earnestly and with iron energy he works
    • significant that was learnt in the Mysteries. How many people today
    • concentration and all that we learn as the knowledge of higher
    • progressive knowledge of the Spirit has learnt to know the Form of
    • and learning at their finger tips, the thought of Christ Jesus and
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture X: The Esoteric Path to Christ
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    • will have to wait until he comes to Anthroposophy and learns to
    • me.’ Men will learn to communicate with these beings and to
    • again, if what they had learnt in one epoch were not carried over
    • as this is that once more we have learnt something towards a certain
    • of the old Socratic saying: ‘The more a man learns, the more he
    • ‘Since we cannot know everything, we would rather learn
    • learnt as a step towards the attainment of yet higher stages.
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    • but he will take this view in all earnestness and order his life in
    • Christ. But now, with self-consciousness, man must learn to know
    • — as these learned gentlemen assert — and it is explained that this
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    • impossible. And we have learned that at a time when man was still not
    • ancient Indians, did not by nature yearn perpetually for the spiritual
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    • in certain Mystery Schools learns to understand a certain language and
    • Everyone who has learned it, understands it, and when he finds a
    • consists in the fact that man learns more and more to use his higher
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    • which to find access to the hearts of the unlearned folk. He himself
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    • words of the Apocalypse in their true meaning. We shall learn more and
    • of which we learn true humility, true piety and through which we learn
  • Title: Education: Lecture I: Science, Art, Religion and Morality
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    • by the word ‘Pedagogy’ a treasured word which the Greeks learnt
    • another. In the first place we have all that man can learn of the
    • learn to understand the necessities of human progress.
    • unveil her mysteries is conscious of an irresistible yearning for art
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    • learn to know the nature of the inner forces of human beings if our
    • perfection. The learning and instruction that has become the
    • complicated form. The boys learned to move in a definite form in
    • people do not learn of these things from history, for they have been
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    • all-embracing truth in regard to education can be learned from the
    • before this spiritual life when we learn to know what wisdom, what
  • Title: Education: Lecture IV: The Connection of the Spirit with Bodily Organs
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    • must learn in the first place to perceive all that is not living, but
    • front of us. We must again learn to ‘see straight,’ to
    • by means of which we observe men, shall become human. We must learn
    • learns to think.
    • does the child learn to think? It learns to think because it is an
    • earthly gravity. And just as we gradually learn to relate the
    • physical body to its environment, so do we also learn to relate the
    • knowledge brings us near to the unity of the being of man. We learn
    • into his whole being, and this we must learn to do. We must learn how
    • learned how to clothe him externally, so that the spirit is treated
  • Title: Education: Lecture V: The Emancipation of the Will in the Human Organism
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    • instead of applying themselves to what they can learn from their
    • nature of man, in order that the teachers might gradually learn what
    • Our civilization must therefore learn to speak about the
    • if we would learn from ancient times something for our present age.
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    • the teacher when, from hour to hour, he has learned to give really
    • School. It is not a thing that can be ‘learnt’ or
    • years of life man learns more than in all his subsequent student
    • say that the child learns to walk because this is the most evident feature
    • of the process. But this learning to walk is in reality the bringing of man
    • arms and hands. The whole organism finds its orientation. Learning to
    • for during the first years of life everything must be learnt from
    • of orientation and learning to walk?’ Here it must be remembered
    • regards learning to walk. A child who is lovingly guided to walk develops
    • into a healthy man, and to apply this love in the process of learning
    • child learns to walk, to orientate himself in space, to transform the
    • loving help while he is learning to walk.
    • learning to speak. First there are the outer movements, the movements of
    • element of love should pervade the help we give to the child as he learns
    • the time when a child is learning to speak, for in those years the
    • imitates his environment, so learn to speak that the subtle activity
    • learning to speak determines whether, in the more subtle functions of
    • having learnt to speak in a wrong way.
    • develops from speech. Just as in helping the child as he learns to
    • they were learning to think after having learned to speak. The
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    • letters and you must learn them,’ I am overstraining the mental
    • the child should be encouraged to learn some kind of musical
    • for the modem study of them is all book-learning, based on documents
    • of school life we have learnt to adopt his standard of truth, beauty
    • learnt in childhood to feel sympathy with goodness and antipathy to
    • manifestation. If we learn to know this growing human being not
  • Title: Education: Lecture VIII: Reading, Writing and Nature Study
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    • learns to read. The reason for this is that in writing the whole
    • learnt to form a mental picture of waves and flowing water. We now call the
    • he then learns to write. Or we may let the child draw the form of the
    • must learn to feel the forms of the various letters. This is very
    • understanding of an outer world in which he must of necessity learn
    • we can then introduce something he can learn in the best possible way
    • then make him learn its name, the number of its stamens, the petals
    • aware of being forced to learn it, and those who teach botany to a child
    • children ought always to be learning them. But nothing is more
    • we learnt at ten years of age. It ought to have changed its form,
    • learn to think of it as the offspring of a living earth-organism, so
    • foundations have already been laid. The child will learn to
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    • hand, all that is learnt of man's relation to the animal kingdom
    • and the child gradually learns to draw an inner form corresponding to
    • child is learning to count. As a rule we learn to count by being made
    • rooted in his organism: “Why should I learn all these things?
    • I can do that too, later on, so there is no need for me to learn them
    • what the child ought to learn and whether we are primarily concerned with
  • Title: Education: Lecture X: Physics, Chemistry, Handwork, Language, Religion
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    • child into a true relationship with the world around him. He learns to
    • learnt in some measure to understand them.
    • life, not to spend all their time learning Egyptian, a language
    • learns to speak. Another language in civilized Europe is rooted
    • years the child is pre-eminently an imitative being. He learns his
    • him, and learns at the same time not only the outer sounds and tones
    • School teacher must learn to read man — the most wonderful
    • is nevertheless profoundly true that human beings should learn to
    • must learn to love. Love for every flower, for sunshine, for rain
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    • faculties it is our task to unfold in accordance with what we learn
    • is necessary: our teachers must learn to understand matters connected
    • into his practical teaching, what he has learnt from observation of
    • child and he learns of cause and effect in nature, it is essential to
    • and events of their environment. Learning to see is what we must
    • learn, if we are to stand rightly in the world. And if the child is
    • to learn to observe aright, it is a very good thing for him to begin
    • instrumental music in order that the child may learn to distinguish
    • when he must learn in physics the link between cause and effect in
  • Title: Human Values in Education: Lecture I
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    • the economic sphere. Here all sorts of things are learnt
    • outset has learnt absolutely nothing outside customary practice
    • considers all he has learnt, and remembers that according to
    • for their examination, or had to learn in practice
    • learn to know ourselves as helpers of the divine-spiritual
    • world, and above all we learn to ask: What may be the result if
    • learn to know when actually face to face with the child.
    • characteristics. One had to learn what these were, one had to
    • learned, for instance, in the festival games; but today when
    • has therefore no means of learning to know the child, while
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    • essential to learn to know human life in such a way that one
    • karma. If, with a sense of earnest scientific
    • which I learned to know him. So in this case there were not, as
    • can give. We learn to look right into human life. In bringing
    • through anthroposophy one learns to contemplate the life of
    • Shall we not learn to contemplate every human life, every human
    • one then learns to work and act out of a soul-life thus
    • change of teeth, we shall see that during these years he learns
    • Walking entails more than just learning to walk. Walking is
    • involves learning to adapt oneself to the world through
    • expression of this process. Before learning to walk the child
    • the world: now he learns to do this. How does it come about? It
    • just as the upright carriage and learning to use the hands and
    • with the systems of circulation and breathing. Through learning
    • walking and grasping and the forces of the head by learning to
    • systems. But there is more to it than this. When one learns to
    • pre-earthly conditions plays in here, and so we learn that if
    • this way we learn to recognise karma in the child through
    • Our one and only help as teachers is that we learn to observe
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    • learns to speak, but also learns to walk, to place one foot
    • learning to walk tend to bring their legs well forward; with
    • interesting to watch a child learning to walk. You must learn
    • much less attention is paid to it, to see how a child learns to
    • grasp something, how he learns to move his hands. There are
    • learns to speak, to articulate only then does thinking come
    • learn about what is moral in such a way that he regards as good
    • authority designates as bad. The child must learn: What my
    • must the child learn to read and write? There is actually a
    • perceive it. One recognises that learning to read and write is
    • drilled into learning reading and writing. But just consider
    • imagine what he undergoes when he learns to read and write. In
    • Learned scholars, who devote themselves to research into
    • learn by means of the consonants to imitate inwardly outer
    • is something completely foreign to him. He is supposed to learn
    • teacher is that he learns to give full play to his fantasy.
    • children learn to know how the bones are formed and built up,
    • how they support each other, and so on. They learn this in an
    • making. We see that they have learned something from these
    • course learned to know the human form in the public games, but
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    • in an education built up on a knowledge of man, learning to
    • write must precede learning to read. If you want to come near
    • head is kept busy learning the forms of the letters. The
    • transpired that our children learn to read somewhat later than
    • others; they even learn to write the letters a little later
    • he learns too early things so remote from him as reading and
    • who learns to read and write too early will suffer in this very
    • of the memory, of qualities of soul. We must learn to speak of
    • works must be learned through observation, not through mere
    • among other things, he learns to write by a kind of
    • now we must proceed in such a way that the child learns
    • learns quite instinctively to differentiate himself from
    • 9th and 10th year however the child learns to say
    • “I” in full consciousness. He learns this earlier
    • merged with the outer world, but when he learns to
    • And so now the child learns eurythmy, speech revealing itself
    • in articulated gestures, just as he learned to speak quite
    • difficulty in learning eurythmy, for in eurythmy he simply
    • things the same explanation that he learned when he was 8 years
    • concepts that he learned when he was 8. On the contrary; these
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    • extraordinarily gifted in learning to read and write, or seems
    • to be very gifted in learning arithmetic or languages. But to
    • he can learn languages, arithmetic and so on quite easily
    • a child learns can be a sign that later on he will develop
    • capacity or achievement of the child. One learns to enter in a
    • The child surprises us in that he is able to learn this or that
    • cannot learn it? Provision simply must be made for what is
    • required and the teachers must learn what is necessary. This is
    • has learned to know a sick organism from various points of
    • does actually learn to know the soul-spiritual in learning to
    • in a sick body, one can learn to understand how the soul seizes
    • opinion was that he must learn a trade, for he was capable of
    • wanted the boy to learn in a quarter of an hour. It was
    • way one learns to know the individuality of the different
    • itself, so that the teachers are always learning. In this way
    • learns to estimate trivialities rightly, to give due weight to
    • classes, are more able to grasp what a child has to learn at
    • the so-called good child, so that he learns something, and with
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    • in these 5 years they will have learned a great deal and out of
    • there is something else to be considered. We must learn to
    • should not learn to teach out of any other book than the one
    • children to do. They must learn to plait; they must carry out
    • have the path of learning made smooth for him by means of
    • demonstration of what they had learned at school in their
    • “erudition,” based on what he has learned out of
    • relationship. Today, whether or not we are learned or clever we
    • learn to understand the true nature of man and what is
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    • spiritual world. We must do this also. For we can only learn to
    • question of learning to know what is so necessary for modern
    • learns to penetrate into the real human being through the fact
    • — the answer must be: One must learn to see all that
    • as united do we learn to recognise many things in the school
    • make enough inner effort, so that what he learns may really
    • learnt, should have his potato ration gradually decreased, then
    • children if he learns how little sugar is consumed in Russia
    • learn to know the world, so that this knowledge can come to our
    • And much might be learned about cultural history if people
    • had to acquire before the world war. He had to learn to use his
    • which he moved he had to learn to glide rather than set his
    • we learn to recognise subtle and delicate
    • learned from life — I once had an acquaintance who was a
    • again somewhere else. We must learn to look out for this. We
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    • importance that we learn to look with understanding at this
    • important if the teacher could learn to understand the ether
    • enters into its formative nature will learn to experience the
    • This is why we can learn to comprehend the human etheric
    • learn to understand the body of formative forces. The following
    • sufficient aptitude learn to play a musical instrument, so that
    • they have the possibility of actually learning to grasp and
    • connections, the inner make-up of language, we learn to know
    • learn to wrestle with language, we must feel our ego going
    • must express myself drastically in this way so that we learn to
    • training; not that he learns to spin out his thoughts about
    • many things, but that he learns to observe life. That he is
    • things in a characteristic way will be such that he learns to
    • more necessary because in this way one learns to enter into
    • reality, thereby learning also to form everything in accordance
    • must however not only do this, but we must learn to read from
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    • the Disciple. The latter is not taught, he learns by
    • Further, one must learn to understand what was understood by
    • in the agile use of my limbs I learn to think clearly. I also
    • learn to speak well when I carry out gymnastic movements
    • should grow out of the way in which one learns to move the
    • and crochet; and in doing this they learn how to manipulate
    • know that however much I draw on the board, children will learn
    • much better, they will learn to understand the world much
    • care was taken that a child should learn how to move, how to
    • When we have children who learn to write easily with the right
    • speaking. If we go further we can in the same way learn through
    • comprehensive sense. So the gymnast said: Man will learn to
    • think in a co-ordinated way if he learns to walk and jump well,
    • if he learns to throw the discus skilfully. And when he learns
    • Tortoise;” he will learn to grasp all the remarkable
    • will learn to stand firm in reality. Today we usually think
    • learned lawyer has a pupil whom he instructs in legal matters,
    • considerable part of man is engaged when he learns to speak
    • he is expected to acquire learning. Certainly those in favour
    • eloquence, of rhetorical speech, in many places of learning; it
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    • when approached in this way. One discovers that very learned
    • take so very long — the first pupils who had learned
    • hand the pupils were yawning because they had to learn what
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    • “So you have learned that what you say when you say
    • this way you learn what the sign was for saying fish in the
    • learnt like this from isolated instances, we pass on — no
    • then not learn to read without his hand following the shapes of
    • “head.” The child first learns to write down
    • parents would learn to engage in Eurhythmy with the child,
    • the individual grows better, he learns how to walk better, etc.
    • to things, we learn to believe the fact that nature is full of
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    • content of knowledge and perception. But we shall only learn to
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    • able to demonstrate what they had learnt to a group of their
    • all a bad idea in olden times to make the children simply learn
    • = 9, etc., instead of their learning it, as they do to-day,
    • things, in, and yearning for, music and poetry, should be
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture IV: The First School-lesson - Manual Skill, Drawing and Painting - the Beginnings of Language-teaching
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    • school because you have to learn something in school. To-day
    • you have no idea of all that you are to learn in school, but
    • you will have to learn very many things here. Why will you have
    • to learn very many things in school? Well, you have already met
    • read yet, but you will learn to read, and when you have learnt
    • learn from them what the grown-ups learn from these books.
    • able to write letters later, for besides learning to read you
    • will learn to write. And besides being able to read and write,
    • learn to calculate, too.” It is a good thing to draw the
    • for the inner being of the individual to learn things by
    • complete indifference but he will learn by and by to understand
    • teacher, but the other teacher says the same, and we learn the
    • but will learn them all in school. This awakens hope, desire,
    • methods hitherto employed in learning to read and to write, but
    • especially in what is, after all, connected with learning to
    • made to learn grammar or even syntax. This horror is, of
    • that the learning of grammar as such is useless and that it
    • the learning of grammar is not a useless factor, particularly
    • he learns in grammar. In grammar, for instance, we learn that
    • ourselves from the outer world in learning to describe things
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    • should precede the learning to write, so that, in a sense,
    • that it became necessary to learn the easiest possible way of
    • important, to have learnt an historical, most elaborately
    • we teach him that what he has learnt for the beginning of a
    • proceed as I have suggested. When you let the child learn the
    • out of account — that there should be a certain yearning
    • of dealing with this question. If, after learning to write,
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture VI: On the Rhythm of Life and Rhythmical Repetition in Teaching
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    • things can be learnt from such experiments and I have decidedly
    • called “learning to anticipate”: repeating once
    • learning to anticipate, then of returning to the as yet
    • passage if you want to learn it easily. And here I must make
    • connecting sense, and they have to learn these, etc. These
    • psychology. You find, for example, very learnedly expounded,
    • the gist of conclusions about a certain scientific yearning
    • difficulty, what they have once learnt. Now it has been
    • memory?” And we learn: firstly, there is a type of memory
    • intelligence that they can only learn in this roundabout
    • self-satisfied the person is in these days, who has learnt
    • learnt a great deal, that they have gone far beyond
    • where they could learn, let us say, ancient Egyptian; he made
    • them learn Greek. But to-day we begin by introducing people to
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture VII: The Teaching in the Ninth Year - Natural History - the Animal Kingdom
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    • learnt good educational theory from Goethe's naive self-education,
    • people wanted him to learn. Goethe was always a person who
    • them on Schiller's Aesthetic Letters. They had learnt
    • learn from a certain age in childhood, roughly the ninth year,
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    • the child begins to feel a yearning to get what he once learnt
    • comprehension of man himself, that is that he learns, along
    • childhood if you are a person who relates a newly learned fact
    • learnt something about physics and understand the
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    • who have learnt French or Latin up to a certain stage. The
    • child's learning in grammar and syntax there should be only
    • pupil learns a thing far better if, in his soul, he can apply
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    • during the school course? We have learnt that an important
    • if they are to learn. We shall therefore have to arrange the
    • learnt, that is, what treasure they can produce for you from
    • importance that anything the children have learnt by heart
    • other hand, the points learnt from these sentences must be
    • good turn of phrase from things once learnt in this way. The
    • does belong there, for the child must learn this art of
    • learn it well by heart, in order to enact the whole scene as
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    • geography lesson is like a resume of much that is learnt. What
    • little. He learns to read a little, of course, while writing.
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    • have learnt that there are three stages of human development
    • have the residue, the traces. Granted, we learn a good deal in
    • often degenerates into platitudes, the child learns many such
    • I learnt about that, and a good thing, too. We should never be
    • that the child learns during his school years should ultimately
    • learns at thirteen, fourteen, and fifteen must be given less of
    • business letters. Do not say that he can learn this later.
    • Certainly, by overcoming great difficulties, he can learn it
    • there should really be no single individual who has not learnt
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    • year at school, fall short of the learning shown by the
    • try to teach him what an article is. But he has to learn it.
    • age have learnt, for instance, the theorem of Pythagoras the
    • wrong way, that they have not learnt it in the way we have
    • “You have learnt it. Can you tell me how it goes? Now you
    • experience which learning this should give his soul. So I do
    • let us suppose the child has already learnt Latin or Greek. I
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    • create it for ourselves at every turn, so that we learnt to
    • working with his own soul-force on what he has learnt in the
    • The child simply leaves the school feeling that he has learnt
    • people. What the child learns later, after puberty, about
    • child is to learn — then the child himself, or the
    • of this conventionality, and on the other hand to all learning
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    • depends on his thoughts about the world. Children must learn to
    • task at the outset. We must learn to understand that we have to give a
    • of the nature of the child will show us that he has not yet learnt to
    • nerve-sense process. In the higher sense the child has to learn to
    • will only be in the background. What we have to learn will be concrete
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    • understanding of what the activity of mental picturing is, by learning
    • human being. You must learn to understand the whole man, spirit, soul
    • To-day we have learnt of two systems of concepts: cognition,
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    • peoples too, even if they are not exactly “learned,” there
    • how he builds his dams. A man could not do this unless he had learned
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    • But now we must also learn the special nature of the activities of
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    • and organism of your body. Just think of what you would have to learn
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    • imagines that psychologists have something to learn from the poets!
    • I had already learnt what could be learnt in ordinary physics, that
    • added: “We have also learnt what light is. Light is the cause of
    • pupils were told when we learn that the gentleman in question had
    • waking, sleeping and dreaming. You learn something, you take it in and
    • what you have just learnt, to what was occupying your attention? It
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    • should learn to know nothing whatever. If we never differentiated, the
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    • menagerie, in your ordinary life, you learned that beings that have
    • the lion is doing just what you have learned that animals do. You
    • of the nature of feeling, as we have already learned. When in life we
    • must learn from these things what is really necessary in the
    • ...” this or that, and make him learn it by heart, then you are
    • he or she has learned to pray rightly as a child. If as a child one
    • learned to pray rightly then as an old man or old woman one can bless
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    • must learn man's relationship to the spirit, and through it to the
    • we shall not learn to teach earnestly and truly. The moment we have
    • art. And where is the art which can be learned without dwelling
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    • task to continue this awakening. Writing should be learnt by way of
    • than we are. We can learn a great deal from the articulation of
    • learn to penetrate into these deep and secret relationships in the
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    • build up our truly human shape? No, indeed it does not. You must learn
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    • within us. If we spend our entire day in learned work we have too much
    • learn to think differently; then external social conditions will
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    • learn during these years; all history, all geography teaching must be
    • would have to consider how he could gradually learn to apply what he
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    • When we confront education earnestly it is demanded of us not only to
    • the question of how a child learns to speak (I will not go into the
    • child actually learn to speak? Has he some kind of instinct whereby he
    • child one can observe that all speech and all learning to speak rests
    • in stiff concepts which the child has only to heed and learn: the
    • the great school of manhood, which is life itself. We must not learn
    • at school for the sake of performance, but we must learn at school in
    • order to be able to learn further from life. Such must be the basis of
    • educator: — Such people have been brought up as children to learn
    • reverence, to learn, in the most comprehensive meaning of the word, to
    • down to something. If one has learned at first to look up, to honour,
    • studies, in all he built up. If this is taught to pupils, they learn
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    • himself when he wanted to learn about the spirit. Suppose we ask
    • experience of the breath pulsing through him he learned how Spirit
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    • It was a universal belief that one could learn nothing from those who
    • relation to knowledge, and we cannot learn of spiritual worlds in his
    • the moment. But here the aim is: To learn to live in time, within the
    • thinker, would never have said that more is learned in the first three
    • the world. Man can only learn of spiritual things from life.
    • but we must learn the multiplication table before we can advance as
    • And thus we learn how to watch a tiny child, and how to watch an older
    • but there are also people who have not learned how to look through a
    • they see nothing. First one must learn to see by learning how to
    • manipulate the instrument through which one sees. When one has learned
    • requisite. One sees nothing of man until one has learned to fix the
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    • realm. Then instead of yearning in dreamy mysticism for castles in the
    • business to educate him, namely, when he is a man and learns from life
    • must learn to perceive how what is bad can also be a divine thing,
    • What the spirit has to learn it learns because you have removed the
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    • own activity, all that leads to his learning to write. He will learn
    • cannot yet write properly, we must always answer: What is learned more
    • teach writing by means of art. Then reading can be learned afterwards
    • which the teacher learns to do only gradually, and in course of time.
    • And only through this slow and gradual learning can one come really to
    • eleventh or twelfth year. After he has learned to separate himself
    • with an objective earth, he then learns the close connection between
    • in-creased because the memory was overtaxed, because one had learned
    • are intimately bound up with the manner in which one has learned to
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    • must be learned intimately. People to-day do not start criticising a
    • education must be intimately learned, and that it is not enough to say
    • head to the rest of his organism. What is learned gets stuck, as it
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    • must be studied. One must learn to know its arrangements as an
    • It might be objected that the children may forget what they learn
    • in the youngest classes of the school; and a child learns to speak in
    • also, the child learns the language without the meaning being
    • learns to know the table anew in some foreign language, — he does
    • not learn the foreign word as a translation of the German word Tisch.
    • Thus he learns to enter right into a language other than his mother
    • Thus we endeavour that the children shall learn to use their hands
    • — which for him are serious things, to be taken in earnest,
    • differentiation) — but on the whole the boys actually learn to do
    • needlework lesson in connection with what is learned in the painting
    • (with a brush) or make patterns (‘Sticken’). But they learn
    • palette and so paint, he will learn nothing. It is necessary that
    • children should learn to live with colour, they must not paint from a
    • relation to colour in this way, and learn to paint from the living
    • learned to live in the element of colour, can make the island of
    • an artistic pattern of one kind on a band, but the child must learn
    • and the Peleponesus so. The child learns to speak through colour, and
    • of colour in their simple paintings, and have learned to use its
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    • accordance with the demands of life. Just as we must learn something
    • before we can do something in other spheres, so must we learn
    • with the child's parents and learn from them what diet the child as
    • whole of the next year at school. The child learns this verse by heart
    • figures in the order in which children learn the sounds. And the first
    • sound the children learn, when they are quite young, is the sound A.
    • first learned the sounds of speech as little children, — a
    • Then the children learn the consonants in this order: M.B.P.D.T.L.N;
    • Thus, what the child learns in speech in a part of his organism, in
    • that eurhythmy is so easy that it can be learned in a few hours,
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    • has learned, have an enormous influence upon him. The ideas of men
    • Now the Waldorf teacher comes to learn such things as this through
    • be learned. And people think this would be colossally boring. I don't
    • we must learn to know this answer to our problem, Man, this Oedipus.
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    • learn to understand that one thinks not only with the brain but also
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    • that he doesn't learn to walk properly, he walks clumsily — or
    • hygienic or therapeutic reasons that the person learn to walk better,
    • person learn to step out again, and by having him do this exercise,
    • greater and more penetrating results in learning to walk properly. Thus
    • learn to step out with his feet, that
    • stretching feeling in both. “O” with legs must be learned,
    • they must learn to do it. In precisely these matters one sees that that
    • which it is most important for various people to learn is that which
    • they are most incapable of doing. They must learn it because it is
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    • which people reached yearningly into the exterior world and where as
    • superhuman qualities insofar as we learn languages today in such a manner
    • go through the world and become aware in the course of learning the
    • from the effects which learning to speak abstractly, which the failure to
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    • of learning to speak — and the metabolic-limb system.
    • same manner. He will have much more difficulty in learning to do it,
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    • have learned as expressing feeling in eurythmy — it could be another
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    • and these inner organs learn to breathe better and to better digest.
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    • We just have to learn to notice what kind of effect eurythmy itself,
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    • Through spiritual science you will not have less to learn, but more,
    • but there is a snag attached to learning less anyway, because through
    • learning more everything will become clearer and more ordered and the
    • learning thereby more interesting. Whoever had the idea that healing
    • see, it was not intended to produce a panacea that could be learnt in
    • half a day. Curative eurythmy too must be acquired through earnest labour,
    • we become earnest about what is at work in the human organism, when
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    • thus be learned about the nature of these forms and gestures of the
    • be learned about the individual movements.
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    • begins to take external nourishment, one can learn from him what one
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    • yearning for the higher thus dwells in everything.
    • world. Man gradually learns to see what is called the astral body of
    • student on the path of spiritual training learns to acquire
    • unconscious. He now learns to be conscious in a world about which he
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    • acquainted with this wonderful world. He learns to be conscious in it
    • astral body and learns to live in it consciously. The basic
    • day-consciousness, and he learns to see these beings in everyday life
    • man learns to enter shows itself to him at first only partially, but
    • learns to recognize increasingly the preciousness in the things of
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    • equilibrium, how it learns to stand and walk upright. The body's
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    • beings who have died in our present age and learns the circumstances
    • with the faculty for learning certain secrets. The individuals who
    • greatest importance that men shall learn to see into the realities of
    • strongest. Men will have to learn to view all these things that come
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    • take in earnest matters concerning the spiritual world. The fact that
    • been proclaimed by ancient learning. Here, again, is a reason why
    • of the spiritual world and learn to do the right thing in each
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    • learnt from the Gospel of St. Luke and not from that of St. John. The
    • Imagination, and more is learnt about the beings of the world of
    • soul-and-spirit at the stage of Inspiration than can be learnt
    • learnt to express their visions of that world through means made
    • to learn something about outer events, or the religious scripts when he
    • wants to learn something about the conditions of spiritual life. Or
    • consciousness into the spiritual world learns gradually to read this
    • learn that the parents of Jesus of Nazareth lived at that place and
    • learned doctors of the Law he gave evidence of profound knowledge of
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    • they were obliged to learn from certain teachers. These teachers
    • and impart to men what they themselves learn from their divine
    • first to learn on the physical plane everything that as Bodhisattva
    • although a Bodhisattva may learn more quickly, he must learn none the
    • to learn about happenings on Earth while he was still in spiritual
    • He learnt the
    • the Akashic Chronicle we learn that in Palestine, in the ‘City of
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    • through again, briefly at any rate, what he has already learnt. Thus
    • enlightenment was not yet pure enough. Then I learnt to know to which
    • learn from the outer world through the instrumentality of their
    • world of colours, tones and other impressions, but yearns for this
    • anything if he had to learn his skills anew each time. He must
    • learnt, he must link the present with the past. Thus along the
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    • with, we should have to keep such a child from learning what other
    • children learn directly after the ages of six or seven; the usual
    • eight or nine with all that a child usually learns when he is six or
    • him fit to learn only at a later period what is learnt much earlier
    • easily grasp stories told to them, yet when they go to school learn
    • can be learnt in the physical world from documents and the findings
    • other religious texts; indeed, it is only then that we learn to
    • another. We learn from the book
    • Sun and Old Saturn. We learn too that the Earth, in the course of its
    • people there was a line of generations descending from David. We learn
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    • understand the Bible all the better if you learn from investigations
    • You will also learn
    • and found him in the temple conversing with the learned doctors, all
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    • First and foremost we must learn to know the great central Figure of
    • year is obliged to learn from the other — such a man can more
    • turning-points of time, we learn to understand the unity of
    • dead — for everything continues to develop. This we must learn to
    • learn to understand their true meaning. But for this purpose we must
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    • when a man rightly understands Christ he learns to exercise his
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    • science and through it learn to understand the Bible in a new way,
    • should be taken earnestly by those who believe that they must at all
    • now — this we learn from occultism — a considerable number of
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    • necessary that human souls should be yearning for it and should have
    • men to learn to understand such a teaching, and that they will demand
    • — not through what they had learnt but through what had poured
    • up again to the spiritual Heights. If we learn to understand
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    • presented to them. One could see in them the yearning to hear
    • house — and would listen with great yearning. The point is that
    • activity, the yearning for a spiritual world began particularly to
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    • satisfy their spiritual yearning are homeless souls in a certain
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    • dilettantish approach to reality! But one also learns to recognize
    • obvious that this knowledge had little effect on men. They learnt it
    • their time. But it is through this kind of thing that one learns
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    • This has to be clearly remembered. People who have learnt about the
    • those centuries in which learning was the province of those few who
    • learning is so certain. It was impossible to present in a
    • of modern learning? They were presented in ritual images. The
    • learning, and for as long as these things did not have to be
    • learning also. As a consequence, the two — Christianity and
    • modern learning — co-exist in each soul. And even if people do
    • learning? When people who have had the benefit of a modern education
    • gather together in learned circles they have to show their cultural
    • education. The things which a modern person can learn there are
    • certain section of mankind were to learn that human beings live more
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    • abyss. That is impossible, given the structure of modern learning. It
    • thinker, his interest extended to everything which could be learnt
    • modern learning, and thus arrived at a radical indictment of what he
    • attitude of Roman culture to learning was incapable of opening a real
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    • for example, people looked up to the stars in order to learn what
    • he has learnt. But a whole group of spiritual beings are working
    • We must learn to adopt such an attitude in all circumstances,
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    • how much we have learned in recent times about the functions of the
    • much he may have learned through sense-observation, this information
    • But the earliest of the old masters learned their secret from the
    • spiritual insights of the Mysteries. Raphae1 and Michelangelo learned
    • knows could, in those days, be learned only by Initiates. Today all
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    • consciousness. We learn to know the world only when we
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    • level of consciousness and there for the first time learn the truth
    • We now learn
    • how man is related to the Cosmos. We learn of the different
    • the soul after death. And then we learn that the soul in the first
    • now learn much about man's experiences after death. In recapitulating
    • Chaldeans learned of sublime truths relating to life after death.
    • of reality, but we must learn to bear the pain and suffering this
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    • constitution was different from ours, he learned, through his
    • out in earnest. The effect would be the same as if someone were to
    • natural science today. In botany he is obliged to learn by heart
    • the dance he had attended the night before. We learn more about the
    • have perceived a yearning to revive the ancient wisdom of the
    • visually and intellectually. Learn then to feel and know this world
    • those far-off times, the pupil learned from the teacher and the
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Five: The Inner Vitalization of the Soul through the Qualities of the Metallic Nature
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    • earlier epoch, in the Mysteries of Ephesus, for example. We learned
    • endowed with the highest academic learning in all faculties, we
    • inhabit and we feel that the everyday world in which we learned so
    • from the world of reality. And in this way we learn about the reality
    • human beings, have yet to learn.
    • picture of cosmic relationships. We learn from this of the interplay
    • conditions; and we learn how to treat them.
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    • uncorrelated, grotesque images and symbols that nothing can be learnt
    • he must first learn to organize effectively his inner life which is
    • beings when we are compelled in many cases to learn to read and write
    • we realize how very much we can learn from them. We must listen to
    • world of stars. And the first thing we learn from this is to speak of
    • our forty-second year. We can learn about it from the Mercury beings
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    • lecture we saw how man learns to command his different life-periods
    • who is eager to learn, and when he perceives with the organ of this
    • with an intense eagerness to learn from him.
    • truths which he learned from various traditional teachings and which
    • background. We learn from these figures that they were once united to
    • consciousness, we learn to realize more and more that we are in the
    • spiritual majesty. Very much can be learnt from them concerning the
    • importance. One learned to recognize one's fellow-man through his
    • emanations, as we shall learn later, may assume a semi-spiritual
    • light and are subject to its influences. We must learn to make
    • malleable elementary beings of the spiritual world who have learned
    • elementary beings who have learned much from the Moon beings, but in
    • learn to draw very near to the physical world, to peer into the
    • honest and upright man can learn from these black magicians. In
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    • universe and so we learn to know the beings who belong to these
    • already learned that a plant is the reflected image of the archetypal
    • and false paths in spiritual investigation. What do we learn
    • with human nature and to preserve what they learn in that field for
    • learn to respect them when we realize how infinitely intelligent they
    • way significant information may be revealed by mediums. We may learn
    • information. Though we may learn much of importance from them, this
    • them through a human medium only, we learn to know them in a world
    • true form. Therefore those who learn to know them only by their
    • their forms do we recognize that they are poisonous plants. We learn
    • inner mystery of mediumism, a mystery of which we shall learn more in
    • learn that just as the belladonna trespasses into an alien world and
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    • spirit. This is what we learn from Eurythmy.
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    • learning. A chemist, for example, undertakes a piece of research in
    • anthroposophical ideas has not yet learned to take the whole man into
    • of the human and the human, consumed with longing, yearns to
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    • how much we have learned in recent times about the functions of the
    • much he may have learned through sense-observation, this information
    • But the earliest of the old masters learned their secret from the
    • spiritual insights of the Mysteries. Raphae1 and Michelangelo learned
    • knows could, in those days, be learned only by Initiates. Today all
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    • consciousness. We learn to know the world only when we
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    • level of consciousness and there for the first time learn the truth
    • We now learn
    • how man is related to the Cosmos. We learn of the different
    • the soul after death. And then we learn that the soul in the first
    • now learn much about man's experiences after death. In recapitulating
    • Chaldeans learned of sublime truths relating to life after death.
    • of reality, but we must learn to bear the pain and suffering this
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    • constitution was different from ours, he learned, through his
    • out in earnest. The effect would be the same as if someone were to
    • natural science today. In botany he is obliged to learn by heart
    • the dance he had attended the night before. We learn more about the
    • have perceived a yearning to revive the ancient wisdom of the
    • visually and intellectually. Learn then to feel and know this world
    • those far-off times, the pupil learned from the teacher and the
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    • earlier epoch, in the Mysteries of Ephesus, for example. We learned
    • endowed with the highest academic learning in all faculties, we
    • inhabit and we feel that the everyday world in which we learned so
    • from the world of reality. And in this way we learn about the reality
    • human beings, have yet to learn.
    • picture of cosmic relationships. We learn from this of the interplay
    • conditions; and we learn how to treat them.
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    • uncorrelated, grotesque images and symbols that nothing can be learnt
    • he must first learn to organize effectively his inner life which is
    • beings when we are compelled in many cases to learn to read and write
    • we realize how very much we can learn from them. We must listen to
    • world of stars. And the first thing we learn from this is to speak of
    • our forty-second year. We can learn about it from the Mercury beings
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    • lecture we saw how man learns to command his different life-periods
    • who is eager to learn, and when he perceives with the organ of this
    • with an intense eagerness to learn from him.
    • truths which he learned from various traditional teachings and which
    • background. We learn from these figures that they were once united to
    • consciousness, we learn to realize more and more that we are in the
    • spiritual majesty. Very much can be learnt from them concerning the
    • importance. One learned to recognize one's fellow-man through his
    • emanations, as we shall learn later, may assume a semi-spiritual
    • light and are subject to its influences. We must learn to make
    • malleable elementary beings of the spiritual world who have learned
    • elementary beings who have learned much from the Moon beings, but in
    • learn to draw very near to the physical world, to peer into the
    • honest and upright man can learn from these black magicians. In
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    • universe and so we learn to know the beings who belong to these
    • already learned that a plant is the reflected image of the archetypal
    • and false paths in spiritual investigation. What do we learn
    • with human nature and to preserve what they learn in that field for
    • learn to respect them when we realize how infinitely intelligent they
    • way significant information may be revealed by mediums. We may learn
    • information. Though we may learn much of importance from them, this
    • them through a human medium only, we learn to know them in a world
    • true form. Therefore those who learn to know them only by their
    • their forms do we recognize that they are poisonous plants. We learn
    • inner mystery of mediumism, a mystery of which we shall learn more in
    • learn that just as the belladonna trespasses into an alien world and
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    • spirit. This is what we learn from Eurythmy.
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    • learning. A chemist, for example, undertakes a piece of research in
    • anthroposophical ideas has not yet learned to take the whole man into
    • of the human and the human, consumed with longing, yearns to
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    • resting the head in the hand. We learn to know, in the form
    • and a half, with what can be learned from a knowledge of the
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    • learning to know the inner nature of the path of
    • different members of our being and learn to know what
    • what we learn in spiritual spheres about the past; and in the
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    • least light and warmth to the earth, he learns the most holy
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    • purpose of learning something from them and making progress
    • it by saying we learn to pray. If you can experience the
    • experience in the red how one learns to pray, the experience
    • they had ascended to the Elohim stage and learnt to fashion
    • the world of forms out of colours. We shall learn to
    • ourselves. By living in red we learn to pray, by living in
    • Thus we learn
    • learn that he is connected with these forces.
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    • grown accustomed to learning things through the
    • world and of the world altogether. But this means learning to
    • fellow human being speaking to us. But we have to learn that
    • learn to experience the luciferic, ahrimanic and divine
    • will lie, through learning to experience the reconciliation
    • the past will learn to love what reaches out to the future.
    • lessons and learns from us as little as he possibly can.
    • We must learn to distinguish between the teacher's intentions
    • at what some realms of life are like today. Learning takes
    • place up to a particular age; you learn one thing up to one
    • learn any more; even when you go in for a scientific career
    • you do not like having to learn any more. The ones who do go
    • on learning in order to keep up with their science are
    • thought to be the odd ones. In the general run people learn
    • learning continued throughout life. This is more often found
    • want to go on learning, despite the fact that several of us
    • You cannot learn anthroposophy the same way as you learn
    • stay alive. It becomes dead if we only learn its content and
    • of youth, so that they will feel able to learn from life
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    • the right way. The more ethics we can learn from spiritual
    • science in this connection, the better. And we can learn
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    • created by means of metamorphosis, and learn to do the same
    • clairvoyance that arises as a result of learning to
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    • also learn the exact constituents of the moon, and so one can know
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    • so on. One learns in geology to investigate quarries everywhere, with
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    • century a learned traveler, Dubois,
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    • It follows that for them it is not so easy to learn to read and write
    • don't learn quickly to read and write — we think it is “mere
    • at all able to do it, that only those who can go on learning up to a
    • Chinese and the Japanese learn painting in their way, they do not
    • You will realize, therefore, that learning to see came
    • is rather different now — we learned in school that Berthold
    • Also we learned in school that Gutenberg
    • invented the art of printing. We did learn many things that were correct,
    • fetching water, he learns a magic verse by which he will be able to
    • Now the Indians took it for granted that learning should
    • learn to gaze at the tip of your nose. Then the student had to keep
    • that was the custom. In order to learn anything an Indian did not
    • on our feet. This was discouraged for those in India who had to learn
    • something. While learning they had to have one leg like this and sit
    • learn. Gradually they began to look within themselves, learned to
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    • has to learn, while the animal doesn't need to learn, for it knows
    • tragically in earnest.
    • but one learns to know the world not merely through intelligence but
    • rather by learning to observe it.
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    • recently about the nearness of Mars to the earth, and the newspapers
    • primary importance to this outer nearness.
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    • especially instructive, for one can learn from them what causes the
    • frightfully conceited. As you know, to be learned is no protection
    • today, you learn that he was a pioneering genius through his
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    • meteorites was given for the first time in a learned assembly in
    • railroad from Furth to Nuremberg was being built, these learned
    • was to give a lecture in a certain learned
    • throughout Paris because it became known that a learned man would
    • cleverness, with all that he has learnt in school, with someone
    • know that while they were learning all these things from their
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    • learn what man is and what he ought to do. When Aristotle says that man is a
    • acquired something new. They have learnt to see the outer world differently
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    • as the beginning of the 17th century the learned as well as the laity
    • of some event in the outer world; then, having learnt unconsciously through
    • learned.
    • is love in action. That is what we learn from reality. Anger in moderation
    • and, finally, fire, in order that by learning to master these tools humanity
    • Intellectual Soul by learning to grasp the mission of truth on a higher
    • saying in full earnest we can add: The boundaries of the soul are indeed so
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    • learn more about beauty, we turn to aesthetics, which deals with the forms of
    • beauty. Beauty is something we encounter in the outer world. How can we learn
    • beyond everything that can be learnt from the outer world. In ordinary life
    • For example, no-one could learn from the outer world how to construct a
    • in order to rise higher; he understood everything we learnt yesterday about
    • anger and the fettered Prometheus, and have learnt today about that other
    • ourselves to this whole poem, we can come to realise the heroic yearning for
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    • We learn about the external
    • otherwise, can never lead anyone astray. The best way of learning to know
    • the earth or the heavens. But from studying human nature, we learn also that
    • have first learnt to bend the knee where reverence is really strong,
    • conscious action if they have first learnt to bend the knee where reverence
    • find its way into our organism. Knees which have not learnt to bend in
    • nullity, to which they have added nothing. But legs which have learnt to
    • hands which have learnt to fold themselves in reverence have received a new
    • the Almighty power of the Divine. Reverence that we learn to
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    • himself to be riper, richer in experience and wisdom learnt from life, while
    • of learning to write. What really happens before the moment when we are able
    • earnestly striving for truth, shows how difficult the path to truth really
    • who fail to realise this have not learnt how to observe human life. Anyone
    • should earn his gratitude.
    • deep kind — knowledge that does not remain grey learning but is
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    • your mind; that is concept. In practical life we very soon learn to
    • towards a spiritual world, just as we have learnt to adapt the eye with the
    • research because you trust the researcher. You may have learnt that his
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    • learn nothing from the world; you will find it all in yourself.” We
    • events. And here we learn that our inner strength and power are not developed
    • knowledge of human beings and human nature, man learns to meet the faults and
    • not the only one. We can learn an immense amount from these
    • experiences from which Goethe learnt so much. And that is something. Must
    • learn.
    • principles. First, a man must learn to look up with veneration to what is
    • above him. Then he must learn to venerate what lies beneath him, so that he
    • may realise how he himself has grown up from it. Then he must learn to
    • thus can he learn to venerate his own Ego in the right way. By these means he
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    • and from everything he could learn about it through his human faculties. Turn
    • thirst for existence. And this can be done if we learn to follow the
    • learn to grasp things with his intellect. In the future he will unite the two
    • Christianity of the future, which has learnt to understand itself. This
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    • standpoint of science today. But all you can learn from these sources or from
    • learning how to combine simple materials in such a way as to produce living
    • learn from travel-books that in many parts of the earth the flood by no means
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    • can be learnt about the soul-life of the human being if one observes how this
    • experience can be observed with children as they learn to speak. One can see
    • faculty as such can recreate. No learned abstraction can ever bring about
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    • Now we have learnt
    • however earnestly one may try to understand and enter into what is said. The
    • immediate, his attitude to the world. Certainly we can learn a great deal
    • in it, and what we can learn from comparing plant with man as he develops
    • There is hardly anything from which we can learn as much in this respect as
    • world. But he must take in full earnest the work of transcending himself, and
    • learning gradually to see into spiritual realms, and that mysticism in the
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    • have no need to learn or experience anything to do with the great secrets of
    • looked for it? We can learn to recognise a force which works in and through
    • truth and glorious beauty, the warm intimacy and shining clearness of his
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    • by the human being to be assimilated as learning. The external becomes
    • learning to write. When we put pen to paper in order to express our thoughts,
    • thing is best learnt by heart by learning it, sleeping on it, learning it
    • The human being has to learn to take note of these limitations himself; he
    • human being will gradually learn to recognise and grasp with the forces which
    • new birth death is of great significance for us because we will have learnt
    • human being learns to overcome his mistakes and errors in healing on the one
    • learns to surmount them in the next life.
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    • negative a person who has learnt so much that on every subject his judgment
    • certainly, will be the good spiritual powers and forces which we first learn
    • with such endeavours. But if he is willing to learn what the spiritual
    • more positive than one who merely adopts his findings and learns from them.
    • system of ideas such as geometry, he will learn to respect the creative
    • a higher level. If we learn how to observe Nature rightly, we can see how
    • himself and shuts himself off from others. But then, if he learns to
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    • much can be learnt from it.
    • can affect us in life. By means of spiritual science we learn not merely to
    • theorise about the spirit, but we learn to turn it into a healing power
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    • his contemporaries were imbued with a deeply earnest wish to make something
    • by extending continually his experience of life, he learns what is useful,
    • insist that virtue can be learnt. Socrates, indeed, says that if a man forms
    • this knowledge of what virtue is, he can learn to act virtuously.
    • wait until we had learnt what is right and what is wrong before we could act
    • leave alone”, long before we learn to form ideas concerning good and
    • be bad — many people might say — if we had to learn a lot about
    • can be learnt, a doctrine not in keeping with the primitive, elemental, power
    • But nothing about the birth of conscience can be learnt by the easy methods
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    • must learn to develop the powers which will enable him to re-enter the
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    • twelfth year he quickly learned everything to be learned in his
    • gift for scholarly learning, nor did he show interest in it up
    • developments in Judaism. And he learned how in the religious
    • hear them. He learned about how it was with paganism in a place
    • vision, he learned from the fleeing people and the demons the
    • pain which sank into his soul. First he learned
    • Now he learned the same about paganism. In this way he
    • main points of how Jesus learned of the Essene Order. This was
    • Thus Jesus learned that in those times there were still ways
    • impressions one can receive in the occult field to learn the
    • learning I rose higher and higher over other men. With every
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    • by the archangels and thus learn about those regions. To
    • and that men could observe these godly affairs! One must learn
    • You see, gradually we are learning through
    • But it will be ever more necessary for man to learn to
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    • with us to learn to read and write — nor even to speak. With
    • are disappointed when our children do not learn to read and
    • who can go on learning up to a great age can at last become
    • rank only by being learned.
    • they painted as they thought. When they learn to paint, the Japanese
    • and the Chinese do not learn by looking at objects from the outside,
    • therefore, that learning to see came only later to mankind. Human
    • it is rather different now — we learned at school that Berthold
    • that Guttenberg discovered how to print. We learned many things that
    • important that learning should actually be acquired in accordance
    • different. They said: You must learn to gaze at the tip of your nose.
    • that was the custom. In order to learn anything, an Indian did not
    • those in India who were to learn something. While learning they had
    • way. It was thus that the Indians had to learn. Gradually they began
    • to look within them, learned to know what is within man, came to have
    • we are conscious of our paltry thinking, learn something of our
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    • views we re current from which today we not only can learn a great
    • have not learned to write, otherwise they would have made white
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    • food. For in a wonderful way the bees see to it that man learns to
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    • of them one can learn to know what happens between the head and the body
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    • could learn how things were being dealt with. One would tell the
    • wisdom, as I have often told you, was not so stupid as modern learning thinks.
    • gentlemen, gather together some of the things we have long learnt to know
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    • living on the wages you earn. On a farm, bee-keeping goes on without
    • far as on the big farms. Much could be learnt in this way because one
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    • happen. Truly, gentlemen, these things which can be learnt by the
    • things are observed in the right way one learns to know how the honey
    • learnt from her. Men have yet to learn much from Nature, but for this they
    • must first learn to recognise the spiritual in Nature. Without this
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    • from this fact, we can really learn a very great deal about the whole
    • household of Nature, for the more one learns to understand these
    • special way, is a remedy for scurvy. Then in a truly learned way
    • one gave the scurvy patients only all the things with the learned
    • This is really absurd, but it is a learned affair today. For if water
    • is to contain vitamin, then with our learning we should arrive up
    • these things can only be learned by means of spiritual science; the
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    • help him to produce sufficient formic acid. One must learn to observe
    • something of this kind, one must of course, learn other things about
    • it has continued to do good. Well presently one learns to see the
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    • learned in the putting together of the letters. Through this
    • abstract rules by which one learns how to speak with feeling.
    • full earnestness the things that can be pointed out in this
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    • learn from the sermon-lecture. For the sermon-lecture as we
    • expression when one still learned speaking from the
    • task: to speak beautifully. Hence, one can really only learn
    • are so earnest, so important, that we really should speak
    • before us the task of learning good speaking, in addition to
    • connection. Beyond rhetoric, beyond logic, we must learn a
    • language. (You have indeed learned logic quite well by
    • learn to experience language with ethos — that, to a
    • from the feeling for the earnestness of the matter. I cannot,
    • getting the feeling of the earnestness of the situation,
    • live in the ethos of language. We must learn good speaking.
    • We must learn
    • the earnestness of the matter. I cannot, of course, suppose that
    • getting the feeling of the earnestness of the situation, which we
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    • you remember her — earned splendid wages with her
    • be learned by means of external instructions. Speaking must
    • be learned to a certain extent by means of understanding how
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    • the regulator of currency the world over, the Swiss should learn to
    • learn in the form of light literature in the clown's costume, what
    • discussion. But in the debate through which one can learn most
    • it certainly will not be good. And we should learn to speak not
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    • life, and so that one learns to be aware of the sound in
    • content, does not prevent one from learning to merge oneself
    • breath, too, should by all means be learned through actual
    • speaking. This implies that one should learn to speak in such
    • should only learn breathing during speech — in speaking
    • And then — but please, do learn it
    • after the other — there is a third version. Learn all
    • Learn one after the other, so that you can
    • Again, learn it by heart and say one after
    • of a kind of curve. They had to learn swinging motions with
    • surroundings. One gradually learns to listen to the sounds,
    • Through such things one must learn to experience language.
    • speech-habits before an audience. One should learn to feel
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    • lawfulness. You will learn these things best if, in your
    • with the formal aspect of speaking, you could learn a great
    • believe that can learn something from what I am going to say:
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    • yearn for unshakable law and, on the other, demand individual freedom.
    • are interlinked — all these things which he has learnt from the
    • and produced his first works, he yearned with all his heart and soul
    • of the decadent learning of antiquity in the fourth century of our era,
    • West. He is a typical representative of this learning and then, suddenly,
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    • can call learned men, our interpreters of a corresponding life of the
    • one was taught structure of speech; one learned how to use speech properly
    • that students had to learn. And there was good reason for this. For
    • of the senses. He yearns toward Greece. And when in Rome he finds still
    • We learn how really to study
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    • have first learned inwardly to construct the purely
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    • the clock. Some things cannot be learnt so quickly as is
    • our whole organism. And the question is: can we learn what
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    • present sense organs. We learn to realize that at birth,
    • arrogant or immodest, but just the contrary, we learn true
    • physical-sensible side, so we learn to look toward the other
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    • world. We learn these things through imaginative cognition as
    • pictures, and so on. Whoever wishes to learn about this can
    • have learned entitle them to pass judgment on what has been
    • learned from this way in which a rhythmic process is
    • this he learns to recognize the true nature of his accustomed
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    • have taken the form of earnest mystical experience. What
    • really learn here?
    • have described it, then he learns not only to describe a
    • others do, but he learns to recognize what the real interior
    • diaphragm, liver, and stomach. One learns to experience the
    • world existence. For now he learns the origin of what
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    • grasp in inspired-imaginative activity and what we can learn
    • feel a certain satisfaction. We learn what the human rhythmic
    • knowledge you are learning to know yourself in connection
    • before conception. We learn to look into our soul-spiritual
    • spiritual scientist might confuse what he has learned through
    • you might learn something of the procedures involved in
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    • he had learned in his technical courses. Such unity is needed
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    • should learn something from these phenomena. And what can one learn
    • from these phenomena? One can learn that, although clarity of conceptual
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    • discipline we have learned from modern natural science, transcend it,
    • learned to investigate and think in the laboratories according to the
    • of itself, how it learns at first to crawl on all fours, how it gradually
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    • of spiritualism and nebulous mysticism. One can easily earn approbation
    • be comprehended. One must learn to call a halt at this limit within
    • one must also learn to give Stirner his due, for in Stirner's
    • of association for what it really is and then learn to lead it over
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    • live within the mind — then one learns what it means to live in
    • humanity at this point in its evolution is yearning to step out of itself,
    • time. This illness manifests itself — you can learn a great deal
    • Inspirative — even the title reveals his yearning for the realm
    • from his academic point of view what Nietzsche, unschooled but yearning
    • and what lived within Nietzsche as a dark striving, as a yearning for
    • can learn the whole tragedy of our modern culture, its striving for
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    • perception one must learn to move about in space in order to perceive
    • must learn to move freely within the element of time. He must be able
    • to swim within the element of time. He must learn to travel along with
    • time itself, and when he has learned this, he finds that the faculty
    • here later. That is to say, he must learn to immerse himself in the
    • the realms of plants and minerals. One learns this through introspection.
    • One learns what can never be learned through atomism and molecularism:
    • one learns what actually lives within the realms of plants and minerals.
    • what one has learned about plants, animals, and minerals with what
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    • simple, but for one who seeks knowledge earnestly and conscientiously
    • learns to hate interaction with his fellow men and becomes antisocial.
    • the richness of the colors, the richness of the tone, by learning to
    • entire psychology of association, learn to enter into his own being
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    • that the reader learns the book's contents in accordance with his education,
    • the learned pedants, there was obviously no interest in anything —
    • within the language, within the word. He now learns not only to live in
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    • slate-formation, we learn to grasp the polar process at work
    • irregularly in a particular person, we will gradually learn
    • teeth. You have learned that from Professor Römer's
    • We only learn something about this peculiar contrast between
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    • actually exceptionally learned. A battle broke out between
    • a kind of mystery in learned circles.
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    • account, we learn that in the tropics there is a very strong
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    • cannot learn the real significance of this inadequate falling
    • teeth, when the child is learning to speak. These processes
    • the changes in the human organism connected with learning to
    • child as learning to speak runs parallel with changes in the
    • organization in learning to speak.
    • matters are carefully noted, one learns how to deal with them
    • however, that we can learn from this something about
    • entire human organism and appears in this way. One learns to
    • the human being. Then we can come to the point where we learn
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    • world, takes place inwardly in learning to speak. Thus this
    • presses upward too strongly while the child is learning to
    • can learn of the inner, of the spiritual human being. We now
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    • we must keep in mind what we have learned in these lectures
    • it with special clearness, for example, where many small
    • you will readily understand what you have learned from the
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    • must learn to observe what vowel eurythmy teaches us about
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    • learning. But that is not really true; there is no greater joy than
    • learning. You see, when you enjoy something that lets you be
    • enjoy what you can learn, when you are flying on the wings of hard
    • again. When we have learned something good and proper, it comes back
    • again and tell your parents about what you have learned, and your
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    • you have learned to calculate and what you have learned about
    • without ever finding a school where you could learn something. You
    • its sun in people from whom it can learn something.
    • learning, but I would also like you to show me that you have continued
    • big people are meant to learn something, we all think about
    • bring to this place. From the spirit of the cosmos, they learn to
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    • come here every morning in order to learn something good? What does it mean,
    • that you are not going to see your teachers, learn to be grateful to
    • them.” In the same way that you have learned, tried hard to
    • learn to love your teachers, now learn to feel firmly in your heart
    • and learn, but now we can be lazy. We don't have to do anything.
    • time, you would surely not be able to enjoy and learn about life in
    • that humankind has learned so that individuals can know it — we
    • us through their love and hard work, what humanity has learned in
    • worked all day or when a child has played and learned well and then
    • I learned a lot, I was glad to be able to go to school.” And
    • And perhaps this could remind us that what we learn here is also
    • have learned many things here that you needed to learn, and what you
    • learned is so many little flowers like this in your soul. Think about
    • have gotten to know each other and also, I hope, learned to love each
    • like to say today. Alongside everything we have learned here, which
    • only have you learned something here, you have also gradually learned
    • and say to each other, “We will be back in fall to learn to do
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    • places of learning with feelings towards the world that reach out into
    • nothing of weight; he learns to recognize this only inwardly, above
    • he learns to recognize weight by diving down into his body.
    • a philosophical interpretation, but that one grows into it by learning
    • learn to look through the physical world into the world in which the
    • It would be possible even now to explain quite “learnedly”
    • learned scientific concepts if it had the chance or possibility of
    • educated laymen, there were many with pretensions to learning to
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    • opposed to measurableness, and ponderable countability. We must learn
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    • will arise when the human soul learns to steep itself in the living
    • my dear friends, we must carefully and earnestly consider. For thereby
    • known, even in our ranks, for one should earnestly take up the
    • known, even in our ranks, for one should earnestly take up the
    • this modesty, as well as the earnestness of the situation, near to our
    • who imbues his soul with such earnestness, will find also the
    • These are earnest words, my dear friends, but they are such as justify
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    • describe it by saying that one learns to pray.
    • evil, and if one can experience in red how one learns to pray, then
    • who, when they had ascended to the Elohim-existence, learnt to fashion
    • the world of forms out of colours. We shall learn to experience
    • unite it with ourselves. By living the red we learn to pray, and by
    • So one learns to know the inner nature of colour, and as I said, we can
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    • peach-coloured time. We learn from the flesh-colour to know the living
    • one learns to live in the colour.
    • One learns, for example, what each colour wishes to say to us. Blue is
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    • things, but even at the end of the eighteenth century the learned knew
    • One can say that in approaching the learned men of the eleventh,
    • can learn from man himself. Your ego and your astral body have not
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    • learn from life, but incessantly to make the effort
    • to learn the truth from life, to find out how it is
    • naturally transmit untruth and deception. To learn from life
    • wish to learn from life, and, what is more, to learn the
    • very many opportunities to learn from life, if we wee
    • something miraculous. From such an event we should learn to
    • recognise a fact of this kind in full earnest, it must be our
    • well yearn for the time when all the Leweses, and so on,
    • have stood before Troy quite long enough, and are yearning to
    • learned, is one of the heroes in the camp of the allies.
    • siege of Troy in real earnest. Here, in fact, we gaze into
    • importance that we should learn from life itself. For very
    • find this way, much has still to be learnt from life.
    • spiritual world, but we learn also to recognise what is
    • learn, learn very much, from our recent experience, Through
    • Anthroposophy, one learns to feel and to perceive from life
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    • “He only earns his freedom and
    • “Iphigenia” the yearning for Greek culture can be
    • of Anthroposophy, today more than ever, to learn objectivity
    • anthroposophists. We must learn to realise that among people
    • this chaos in cultural life. With strict earnestness we must
    • principle. We must learn to read our Building — that is
    • earnestness, of conscientiousness, of longing for truth, will
    • so earnestly, with the most earnest, deepest feelings. Occult
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    • longing and yearning for it without end. We shall also find
    • will come into being when man learns to live in sound itself,
    • just as he can learn to live in colour.
    • When he learns
    • the Mystery of Golgotha in earnest and not with the
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    • learned compiler of the artistic traditions of antiquity,
    • learned art critics who have brought Semper's ideas into
    • to the acanthus leaf the learned art critics are still
    • learn to experience the forms inwardly, so that, holding the
    • chisel in a particular way, we learn to love the surface we
    • is learning must, of course, copy the productions of his
    • master; he must imitate in order to learn. Man now imitates
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    • these works of art and who have learnt to understand their
    • how to love; they will learn to live in harmony and peace
    • which the Gods speak to us. We must, however, first learn how
    • continuation, as it were, of what the people have learnt. The
    • by learning how to listen with our hearts, not by using
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    • nearness to the Spirit which was achieved to an
    • — if this nearness is gradually transformed into a
    • it typifies the independent Self, he is learning to live in
    • he learns to control the forces which make him able to stand
    • alt="Learning to Stand Upright"
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    • beauty. This however implies that we must learn to grow into
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    • humblest circles. The learned men of the spheres of culture
    • with yearning.
    • arise when the human soul learns to penetrate to the depths
    • were living in the learned men, the labourers in the fields
    • must be earnest and grow ever more earnest. A great many
    • things are still necessary before this earnestness, this
    • This earnest mood of soul will bring in its train the sure
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    • all that they sought; all that their hearts yearned and their
    • was never to go so far with them, that a yearning should be
    • which his yearning and his desires flow. Whether these desires,
    • Nature reveals her manifest secret, yearns for Art, Nature's
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    • learned in the putting together of the letters. Through this
    • abstract rules by which one learns how to speak with feeling.
    • full earnestness the things that can be pointed out in this
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    • learn from the sermon-lecture. For the sermon-lecture as we
    • expression when one still learned speaking from the
    • task: to speak beautifully. Hence, one can really only learn
    • are so earnest, so important, that we really should speak
    • before us the task of learning good speaking, in addition to
    • connection. Beyond rhetoric, beyond logic, we must learn a
    • language. (You have indeed learned logic quite well by
    • learn to experience language with ethos — that, to a
    • from the feeling for the earnestness of the matter. I cannot,
    • getting the feeling of the earnestness of the situation,
    • live in the ethos of language. We must learn good speaking.
    • We must learn
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    • be learned by means of external instructions. Speaking must
    • be learned to a certain extent by means of understanding how
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    • stomachs. Learn lecturing by listening: watch how others do it,
    • rights-relationships could be learnt most beautifully, this
    • And we should learn not merely beautiful, not merely
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    • life, and so that one learns to be aware of the sound in
    • content, does not prevent one from learning to merge oneself
    • breath, too, should by all means be learned through actual
    • speaking. This implies that one should learn to speak in such
    • should only learn breathing during speech — in speaking
    • And then — but please, do learn it
    • after the other — there is a third version. Learn all
    • Learn one after the other, so that you can
    • Again, learn it by heart and say one after
    • of a kind of curve. They had to learn swinging motions with
    • surroundings. One gradually learns to listen to the sounds,
    • Through such things one must learn to experience language.
    • speech-habits before an audience. One should learn to feel
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    • lawfulness. You will learn these things best if, in your
    • with the formal aspect of speaking, you could learn a great
    • believe that can learn something from what I am going to say:
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    • in full earnestness that external things are maya and
    • Christmas Conference, and what lessons have we learnt from
    • well think to himself: What a useful thing to learn; now if I
    • someone, however learned in other spheres, to pass a judgment
    • brotherly love. No special degree of academic learning is
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    • sure that if man learns to know in his feeling and in his
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    • who have already earned some merit, or done certain work, or
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    • our deeds. There is in this field still a lot to learn from
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    • that the human being can learn to master life at the
    • brotherly love. No special degree of academic learning is
    • rather that as with everything in the world you have to learn
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    • live out what they have learnt in their studies. And out of
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    • element in him. And he learnt increasingly to feel that this
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    • causes human beings to approach the earnest Guardian of the
    • to look the spiritual world in the eye, to learn about the
    • face up to this in our soul in all earnestness during this
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    • had previously been able to learn of them through spoken words.
    • is not mere learning like any other. The ideas it presents and the
    • ideas are not shaped in the way other kinds of learning have been
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    • own conclusions and learn to give facts an unprejudiced hearing, so
    • scarcely more than a belief. But the more one learns, the more
    • fructification of all the various fields of life and learning.
    • gradually be saturated by the Christ impulse. Man must learn to think
    • itself in the spirit, its true home. We must learn, on the
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    • study and the chief concern of learning, with little or no attention
    • course, quite in keeping with the whole stance of modern learning.
    • learns to say, “You harbor in your will sphere a great variety
    • world about which you learn in your experiments, restricted as they
    • moon's activity. We learn to relate man to the cosmos. We are led out
    • of and beyond a grain-of-dust earth. Learning elevates itself again
    • seen it done, it is familiar to him from what he has learned and
    • same thing in the case of other aspects of learning. This attitude,
    • Society is to earn its name in future, they must make themselves
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    • learning capacity take in, confront the ethical, moral and religious
    • life of learning. Only a victim of prejudice could believe and say
    • kind of learning that the world he wants to escape from has acquired
    • learning to live with the world in a truly anthroposophical way.
    • People used to learn to live anthroposophically by fleeing the world.
    • But they will have to learn to live anthroposophically with the world
    • is to learn to feel anthroposophically, to feel anthroposophy living
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    • the physical medium he had by this time learned to handle.
    • friends, people have indeed learned an enormous amount about nature.
    • If one goes more deeply into what has been learned, the study of
    • We have learned to
    • who are constantly changing. For we have learned it at hand of an art
    • learn it from springs that are more than springs, for they commune
    • with the gods. We learn it from trees that are more than trees; for
    • We learn it from the cosmos as we metamorphose its forms and re-shape
    • aspect of the three ideals, as a modern human being must, one learns
    • who is able to do likewise and offer up the same love. One learns to
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    • be learned from it, though a primitive one.
    • soul-spiritual element in our fellowmen. But we must first learn to
    • learned and understood on the earthly level. We bring the
    • attitudes must learn similarly to invoke the presence of a real
    • anthroposophy real by learning to be aware in anthroposophical
    • human being learns to wake up in the encounter with another and out
    • great dangers the Society faces want to learn about them?”
    • four years, to learn how to go about this in an anthroposophical
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    • learn to think and feel differently. Just as dreamers have to switch
    • educate oneself to participation in such groups by learning to
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    • Ludwig and others held forth in the lecture halls on learned
    • branches of learning and teaching, such as the history of literature.
    • The young person was just part of a mechanism, a learned mechanism,
    • this has to be taken as a reality. We have to learn to see it as a
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    • weigh in feeling. That is the community built by language. We learn
    • abstraction learned men consider it but a real spiritual being, you
    • satisfies a yearning of the age of consciousness. It might be
    • anthroposophy should never remain abstract learning. Matters can, of
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    • cognition cannot be absorbed in the way we take in other learning. It
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    • Testament. In every case we found that we first learnt to read these
    • natural science. All the same, if followed earnestly, this path is
    • has learnt concerning the spiritual world while leading an
    • external world. We must now learn to depend on ourselves. It is easy
    • earnest acceptance of the results of spiritual science is the
    • see, that is learn to become consciously clairvoyant of that which
    • The more earnestly this maxim is accepted, the better it is for
    • spiritual progress. It cannot be accepted too earnestly.
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    • the nature of Anthropology. I have compared it with a man who learns
    • what such a beginner first learns concerning the nature of man,
    • The experiences of one who seeks earnestly for truth is this: —
    • should he possessed by all who strive earnestly in the theosophical
    • spark teach us? We cannot learn more of the spiritual world through
    • learn to regard ourselves absolutely with the same
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    • poem he must have learnt it beforehand, but these people experienced
    • people began to direct what they had learnt from super-sensible worlds
    • life-period of a man. While in the second life-period he learns; he
    • then goes on to employ what he has learnt. In the third period of
    • their lives most people feel constrained to direct their learning to
    • learnt to the physical plane. Put into modern language we can say
    • — men now learnt that all they beheld through super-sensible
    • learnt that the super-sensible part of human nature which permeates
    • non-physical. Geometry, for example, was first learnt so that it was
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    • philologically, but with the help of what can be learnt through
    • learn what these worlds can reveal to me, I have to suppress a
    • “Waterman.” This is absolutely clear. But we must learn
    • with his hands. Later, man learns that the rainbow does not depend on
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    • awakening enters his own nature consciously, learns to know him. In
    • we learn of the different stages he attained in the passage through
    • Macrocosm, and by doing so he learnt to know all the Spiritual
    • Hierarchies as Zarathustra learnt to know the spiritual nature of the
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    • recent years concerning the super-sensible worlds. We have learnt
    • what was given to man as “culture,” what he had to learn
    • learning. This is derived from the lowest of the Hierarchies, and
    • learnt from the traditions of different peoples and
    • soul than all the sciences, learning, and art of the ages. What
    • so thin and meaningless; only then are we able to learn how very much
    • yourselves a man entering into his first incarnation: in it he learns
    • certain things; he learns more in the second incarnation, and so on
    • impressionable. How much he has learnt during this period, during his
    • “Johnnie wills.” It only learns later to speak of itself
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    • through a spiritual training learn to connect such things with
    • substances have with spiritual life. We then learn that digestion is
    • thoughts to super-sensible worlds. When they learn, for instance, from
    • you have learnt that in ancient initiation there were two ways of
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    • Hebrew people. In this Gospel we learn to know the bearer of the
    • distinct form in his soul and he desires earnestly to make this idea
    • it have for men when they learn to value more and more and to harken
    • spiritual heights. There they learnt that this earthly man must be
    • whole being. Added to this, what we have learnt to recognise as the
    • period many things will be of service to man which he has learnt in
    • will have to be unlearnt — fundamentally unlearnt.
    • Logos. And when in the sixth period of civilisation men have learnt
    • learn from the Gospel of Mark, which holds a special warning for our
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    • pupil, Schopenhauer, reveals this Mercury influence. You can learn
    • without learning anything of the world. Then one day it happened that
    • he left his father's palace and learnt something of life. He
    • People must learn
    • Man must learn to
    • water has to learn to live in a new element when compelled to live in
    • air. We must learn to live with our thoughts within those facts which
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    • trying to learn something of the spirit, and of the spiritual
    • department of science people take up to-day, they only learn from it
    • civilisation in a bright and clever way, but they learn nothing of
    • we learn, for instance, of the manifold natures of man, and that this
    • the astral body. And we learnt from our studies dealing with the
    • Man must learn to
    • development from one seven years to another seven; he must learn to
    • Again we say: — We learn to know our astral body with all its
    • What we learn to-day
    • they come? Where had they learnt how to present such pictures to the
    • souls of men They learnt this in those temples, which we recognise as
    • their centres of learning. All spiritual guidance is connected with
    • spiritual illumination, I must learn the secrets of existence
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    • that he has to learn for years only and to let a long period pass. Today
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    • faculty; it should show us the way which would lead us to get clearness,
    • only, but on every station we have to stop and learn.
    • have a sensation of grandeur; then we learn to listen.
    • existence! If we learn to develop devotion again, our soul is warmed
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    • of the learnt theologians that the fourth Gospel should be less significant
    • risen Christ? We can also learn this from Paul. He says it to us clearly on
    • being learnt above all to train the senses to arm them with instruments, he
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    • You learn to overcome Schopenhauer
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    • than that of the careful inner work to learn the ideas of Aristotle, the ideas
    • truth that the human being is the only being which can learn to count knows
    • to see what it means, actually, that only the human being can learn to count.
    • anybody to his philosophers’ school who had not learnt mathematics first,
    • I learn the sense, the spirit of
    • because it has not learnt to be free of sensual phantasms. We completely penetrate
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    • today, I learn for tomorrow. I can learn to avoid this listlessness or pain
    • at a similar occasion. I can learn to regard this listlessness, this pain as
    • that has a far-reaching significance. Assume that a child learns walking. It
    • learn walking. Pain is the lesson. It prepares us to a higher level of development.
    • We learn only because the life of the single human being is not merged in nothing
    • desire and listlessness is necessary to learn something from the single life
    • like a child that cannot learn walking if one spares it pain. Hence, we regard
    • capacity of observation so far that they have learnt to use the methods of psychology
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    • that they learn in mathematics how one gets to the super-sensible truth. What
    • does one learn by the fact that one gets to super-sensible truth? One learns
    • appear with such clearness and invincibility? Because no interest, no personal
    • learns bit by bit to open the senses to the spirit by the development of selflessness
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    • Just as our consciousness developed to our height and clearness, their development
    • which we have to learn. Therefore, we should also not become unworldly, not
    • spiritual world. What we learn has to give us the strength, the capacity to
    • it has revealed what hinders us. Above all we must learn to find the way in
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    • with their regular senses where they do not hear if in their nearness a bell
    • sounds where they do not see if in their nearness a light shines where they
    • in such a way against the power of the water that an engineer who has learnt
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    • had forgotten how to develop the belief in super-sensible forces and how to learn
    • the deepness of Swedenborg. He was an unlearned American grown up as a farmer
    • boy and Swedenborg was a learnt Swede. He wrote a book in 1848 (?): The
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    • animals. Nevertheless, the reader eager to learn may inform himself about it.”
    • intellectual learning, there does not help only thinking and science. Only those
    • the scholars could not get over that Mesmer earned 6,000 Francs monthly what
    • is something awkward from a doctor's viewpoint if anybody earns so much. This
    • not understand a lot of it, so that the learnt Preyer said still in 1877 if
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    • only two words: “God-seeker, dreamer.” Such a kind of learnt consideration
    • learnt circles, but you could find something of that kind also in the learnt
    • who has learnt nothing about all the phenomena which Darwinism now explains
    • offensive for many listeners who have learnt physics. But it is something symptomatic
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  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: The Christ Impulse in Historical Development - Lecture 1
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    • We know that it will take a long time before men learn to see in the
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    • Through observing nature the medieval theosophist learnt the law of
    • perceptible again, and we learn to understand again the spirit behind
    • through the beholding of Christ human beings will themselves learn to
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    • We weaken the will of someone when we expect him to learn something,
    • be tested on the basis of what they had learned in the teachers'
    • mankind may learn to develop soul characteristics in the right way. In
    • this way man learns to meet what the future will bring. Only in this
    • He who earnestly acquaints himself with these things, who can develop
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    • necessary above all that man learns to understand what this Christ
  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: The Dawn of Occultism in the Modern Age - Lecture 1
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    • wise men, also, could learn something quite new from the youth. He was
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    • always capable of learning, of remaining young, independently of our
  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: The True Attitude To Karma
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    • is fundamentally unwilling to learn, unwilling to take hold of the
    • learning something, to exert himself. Life brings him many sufferings
    • Because circumstances obliged him to learn something in his youth he
    • earned my joy and happiness through my own karma!’ This alone will put
    • learn to feel it as grace, and the more we do so the better it will
    • days was a form of resistance against the gods. We must learn to
    • been learnt in the school of life, in order to carry it with us into
    • Let us consider how we grow wiser. We can learn from our mistakes, and
    • same life; therefore what we have learnt from the mistakes remains
    • flatters himself that he can learn more about his higher self from
    • First of all, we know what we have learnt from experience. This is all
    • Kamaloca and so on. This is the only way we can learn about our higher
    • things which can sometimes prove difficult and uncomfortable to learn
    • self. We learn to know the self only when we learn to know the world.
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    • a soul was, learnt to recognise that the day with its
    • the beings whose existence was endurance, eternity. They learnt
    • individual wanted to learn — through the memory of earlier
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 1: Whitsuntide. Festival of the Liberation of the Human Spirit
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    • anxious to learn. He would not disclose it, however, even though Zeus
    • man has to learn to stand on his own feet during the fifth Great
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    • that had been learned by the others of his line in technology and
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  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 7: The Essence and Task of Freemasonry from the Point of View of Spiritual Science - 1
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    • comprehensive guidance in learning to paint, or the exposition of the
    • step will be when man has learned to think right into the mineral
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    • indefinitely by learning to live outside the physical body. Anyone,
    • Philosopher's Stone for himself, and has learned to separate it. For
    • the person concerned has learned to live without his physical body;
    • that he has learned during the course of life to let all those things
    • ago learned to live without the physical body. He lays aside the
    • knows the physical body; only one who knows the Pentagram learns to
    • degrees from craft masonry is that one learns to know the truth step
    • that electricity — when one learns to view it from a particular level
    • the bridge from human thought to the atom. One will learn to know the
    • the sixth post-Atlantean epoch. They will have learned how to build
    • cathedrals and temples, so one will in future learn to build with the
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 10: Evolution and Involution as they are Interpreted by Occult Societies [The Atom as Congealed Electricity]
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    • of earning his living. Whatever men do in business merely for the
    • understand that that must be so. Take a child who is just learning to
    • Today, the child begins to learn to read. Nothing is in him yet, but
    • secret of secrets is this, therefore: the human being must learn how
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    • People who have hardly learnt anything write detailed books about how
    • wisdom which is merely learned, but one which has to be built into
    • principles of theosophy into everyday life. We must learn to put them
    • learns to create with the same wisdom with which the divine powers
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    • calls itself by an objective name. Only later does it learn to use
    • again, when he has learnt to understand Christ, when the Water
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    • mineral. It is in the process of learning to understand this in very
    • law should be a model for the inner law. Man must learn inwardly to
    • out of the inner law he must learn to follow external law. One does
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    • self-aware. Now he must learn to work right down into the physical.
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    • purposelessly, if he learnt no particular lesson, fulfilled no
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 16: The Relationship of Occultism to the Theosophical Movement
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    • yearnings above human pettiness, so purifying his sympathies and
    • the astral plane. We learn to conceive, through this example, how the
    • more recent times, therefore, much more was learnt in concepts; more
    • Slowly, gradually, the person learns to proceed [further] down into
    • the great universal ego blossoms. And now he must learn to say to the
    • pupil is this far, he can learn now in another way than has hitherto
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    • they represent. In occultism, we learn to grasp life more earnestly,
    • we learn to perceive that the things which are not palpable, which
    • cannot be observed by the senses, are still a reality. We learn to
    • fruit before the seed. We have to earn our knowledge. What we already
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 20: The Royal Art in a New Form
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    • must admit that I haven't learnt any such thing. I would in fact have been
    • glad to do so, for then, at least, I would have learned something.’
    • right understanding, and who admitted that he had learned precisely
    • exquisite work of art. The yearning for truth and beauty, wisdom and
    • pupils learnt in the Mystery [schools]. Remember how Lessing
    • great and learned discussion since the days of Lessing. [For the
    • himself in clear and blinding clarity, where he has learnt to apply
    • want to learn mathematics, I must occupy myself with it, and gain an
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    • It is the nearness
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    • too much earnest and to observe outer life with too little
    • earnestness. One only struggles through quite gradually to
    • thing ... this carving out of the oneness ... to learn how to
    • do this. But the possibility of learning how to do it is
    • now merging into the cosmos. Then we learn to know the
    • who knew and learned to love her. Hence the different tone
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    • the physical body? This one can grasp through learning to
  • Title: Spiritual Science, History, Reincarnation, Culture, Examples
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    • back from the practical application in life when we can't learn
    • learning to dive into matter, everyday life is also seen from
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    • little learning can do, but it depends out of which spiritual
    • the examiner and the learned chair-person for what is involved
    • course need to earn their daily bread because they will not
    • We can't do this if today, during these earnest times of
    • earnestly accepted, if nothing is really comprehended as to how
    • really earnest words! Before this journey I simply had to bring
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 2 (Summary): Perception and Thinking
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  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 5: From Sense Perception to Spirit Imaging
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  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 8: The Social Question
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    • as we learn to express in summary form what we experience in our spirit,
    • to overcome myself I shall never learn it. On the other hand I have
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    • surrounding our everyday lives. This is what we must learn to
    • considered in all earnestness today, when the idea continues
    • Humanity must learn to understand that only with a real sense
    • These present tasks are permeated with the deepest earnestness.
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  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture III: Goethe's Secret Revelation - Esoteric
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    • However, for someone, who has learnt a few concepts but cannot
    • who has learnt a cookbook by heart, but cannot cook. As well as
    • we can learn in the natural sciences, in the cultural science,
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    • world. We adapt ourselves in such a way: what you learn as
    • historically. However, who learns geometry at school today, is
    • he still learning after the elementary book of Euclid? One
    • works, learns, and recognises by the things themselves. If one
    • any document, only out of own principles, as well as one learns
    • he should have a piece of glowing iron in his nearness and feel
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    • what we can learn in the following talks — can ascend to
    • blind-born can learn to see colours and light. This takes place
    • “I am the I-am.” Moses learnt to recognise this in
    • whole Bible, he learnt to see this and can say: the human
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture VIII: Issues of Health in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • However, from such a case we should only learn to respect the
    • against that but also our contemporary attitude. You can learn
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    • pupil should learn after his talents where it should not be a
    • he had learnt onto these works.
    • earlier to the telegraph office, and there he learns to
    • payment and thought and learnt to recognise that there is
    • goods to endowments by which the human beings can learn
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    • one has learned to this field. However, one is also forced to
    • formed according to thoughts. All that we learn about nature
    • things, so that one learns to think in the things.
    • bit by bit. By nothing, we learn more than by lending a hand to
    • (Steiner himself). It looked bad, but he thereby learnt
    • learn this and that? They cannot need this in the practical
    • we want to learn practical thinking, we have to try to give
    • not to think with full consciousness notices that the clearness
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XI: The Invisible Human Members and Practical Life
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    • its surroundings, let events take place in its nearness where
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XIII: The Riddles in Goethe's Faust - Exoteric
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    • clearness. Now, after he had to wait so long, those friends
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XIV: Riddles in Goethe's Faust - Esoteric
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    • that the first part shows something learnt in large part that
    • contains learnt matters of the supersensible world.
    • the second part is so unlike the first part. What he had learnt
    • Nereus, Homunculus wants to learn how he can penetrate into the
    • degree. He has learnt what it means to say, “acts alone
    • learnt to say, I want to be active. My activity has to flow in
    • come out. Here those could learn a lot who learn from these or
    • supersensible worlds. However, one just must learn to read
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    • inspired by the Christ principle. One learns bit by bit to
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    • it. You can learn from this that in the psychological field the
    • being learnt to breathe as an upright-going being, he stayed
    • learns to speak and not the dog. This is connected with the
    • human being will learn by spiritual science to behold on a
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    • nearness. Parzival relieves him.
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    • than learning to play the piano, or learning to sing.
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  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 7: Musical Physiology; the Point of Departure; Intervals; Cadences
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    • really grown into a learned gentleman, enabling me, as I take him for
    • a very learned, very brilliant man. I am not basing it on what just
    • You see what tremendously learned reflections
    • one can engage in. You will have thought them quite learned enough to
    • feelings with this realization and learn a great deal from just such
    • of the most learned men to fall into childish error such as that demonstrated
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    • materialists when we learned to look directly at our fellow human beings
    • people to learn how various conditions of consciousness provide insights
    • be garnered from any other indifferent source of learning. I've been
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    • in such a way that they correspond to a certain human yearning. We feel
    • If I have learned that a circle is a curved line every point of which
    • with a feeling for gesture learns a good deal about others from observing
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    • like the difference we experience in trying to learn in later life something
    • we failed to learn before we reached our eighteenth year. We can catch
    • have existed had we undergone the learning at an earlier age.
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    • can learn a great deal from the spiritual beings who surround us.
    • mental pictures which this force learns to play with. If memory
    • limbs would be. A person who has learned nothing in his younger
    • a person's learning only to walk on his hands, an equally useless ability.
    • necessity and chance and learn to recognize that the human
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    • life, so that we may learn and acquire from this panorama everything
    • the earth in the continuity of history would find it possible to learn
    • each similar to all the rest, but they could learn a great deal on the
    • learn a great deal, since such learning would be connected with an extremely
    • labile balance that could easily shift. A person would learn a great
    • have a precarious balance, very gifted for learning on the physical
    • They would differ from one another and learn different things only as
    • secrets. We learn from spiritual science to lift ourselves in spirit
    • and old. It is important to realize that a truly genuine and earnest
    • We learn, too, to understand the sacrifices
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    • human being learns to feel himself with these exercises. Then
    • the sensory world; but it is necessary that you learn to read
    • have to read correctly. However, you learn this reading with
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    • If one faces the world with true science, one learns to
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    • outer knowledge learning this or that, you get yourself into
    • this or that striving; then you have what you desire to learn.
    • at first. Indeed, one learns to recognise this if one can
    • learns to recognise the nature of sleep. One recognises that
    • The spiritual researcher learns to
    • learn to agree even in rather modest way with the materialistic
    • creative realm of the world. Hence, we also learn to understand
    • experience, but you learn to renounce to form thoughts from
    • that what you experience with the body. This learning to
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    • However, someone who has learnt to have
    • body beside or before him, then he learns to recognise how
    • if he has learnt to experience independently of his body and
    • can learn from this representation, you get to know the moment
    • One learns to recognise how the consciousness can live on after
    • immediately. Nevertheless, you also learn to recognise that you
    • ones about which I will still immediately speak you learn to
    • You learn to observe the other human soul,
    • and should not learn what it would have to carry out as an
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    • human being learns to realise that he must not apply the
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    • which you learn to recognise that it must be reflected, so that
    • to learn to endure such situations in certain cases in a
    • thorough self-knowledge, and to learn to endure in patience how
    • the impulses come by which we do the likeable and learn to
    • the natural forces. One learns to recognise
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    • the learnt economist Werner Sombart
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    • progressive life while the human being learns more and more to
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    • they were children they learned to feel reverence quite
    • that they learned how to pray, by which I mean praying in its
    • the form of a picture. Those who have not learned to fold their
    • We learn a great deal about the child when we recognize how
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    • said: “The human being learns more for the whole of life
    • are learning how to walk, speak, and think.
    • What does it actually mean when we say the child is learning to
    • learning to walk; there is an inner orientation of the young
    • because the child stands within it. While learning to walk,
    • commonly called “learning to walk,” as everyone can
    • find out. The expression “learning to walk”
    • learn to walk is to learn to experience the principles of
    • that a child gradually learns to control these forces is not
    • Better still, to learn to walk is
    • is what learning to walk is all about. But through the fact
    • development. Thus, the child who is learning to walk adapts
    • of the movements of right and left leg, we learn to relate
    • being developed when the child is learning to speak. Outwardly,
    • to the surrounding world through learning to speak.
    • the movement of the legs, the child learns to form correct
    • become blurred. Likewise, if a child does not learn to move its
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    • us first look at what is very simply called “learning to
    • hold of in learning how to walk, there lives yet something else
    • way the child also learns to walk.
    • yearning to become imbued with feelings found in later life
    • circle. In learning the mother tongue, this circle embraces all
    • dynamic forces. One could say that, in learning to speak, the
    • When the child learns to think — well, with thinking we
    • want to exchange fundamental elements of learning with all
    • earnestness.
    • Children at this particular stage in life who have not learned
    • through first learning to speak, children dreamily follow
    • now, once again, I have to say something that will make learned
    • expected to learn and work with these apparently meaningless
    • Of course they must learn this because, after all, we do not
    • that all learning should be child's play. This is one of the
    • completely serious activity. Play flows earnestly from a
    • nurture the earnestness of a child's play. What matters at all
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    • be able to do this one has to learn other things as well. In
    • re-enacted in deep earnestness by the child in its play, as I
    • learning to read and write.
    • withstand modern prejudices. Naturally, pupils will learn to
    • to learn to read too early. By doing so, something is being
    • blocked for life. If children learn to read too early, they are
    • opposition toward what must be learned. It should be our aim to
    • to learn. But this will happen only if their inner forces
    • pupils learn to identify separate letters, such as P,
    • earlier, because they have learned it naturally and in a
    • Thou shalt or Thou shalt not, and having learned
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    • they learn about — even if it is part of inorganic nature
    • puberty. If one can earnestly accept this in all earnestness,
    • teachers learn to recognize the hidden interconnections that
    • will not develop the necessary incentive while learning to read
    • drawing-painting, the child will not learn to read as quickly.
    • forgets some of what has already been learned, because
    • that even the wisest is not beyond the capacity to learn, even
    • question will help teachers learn how to teach. If teachers ask
    • themselves want to learn from the way a child answers. They
    • learn what even teachers do not know? Why are we made to know
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    • not joking, but speak very earnestly — the teacher must
    • pupils have to learn about the refraction and reflection of
    • work so hard to learn what even they don't know?
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    • again the necessary standards of learning that would enable
    • it follows quite naturally that they should also learn to spin,
    • possible to equip children under nine with sufficient learning
    • required standards of learning for their transfer to a high
    • make our young people learn Greek. I do not want to speak
    • against it; to learn Greek is something beautiful. But it is
    • things that proved possible, if I had not learned bookbinding
    • this way, the different colleagues also learn how one
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    • learned from each individual case, even if it does not always
    • learned to find a way into this kind of thinking. If you were
    • Even if you may think, “What is the good of learning all
    • life. Today it is ordinarily felt that, if one wants to learn
    • by saying, “Why should we learn from them? They are no
    • to learn that it is not the externals that are important.
    • have learned externally. It is only the beginning of the way
    • learns to recognize that we have an extremely sensitive and
    • One also learns to see how this delicate instrument dries up
    • learn how the various larger and smaller muscles of the arm
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    • things which one learns to understand only when one has
    • namely quite in earnest
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    • with a screw-steamer. Some Japanese had learnt about it through
    • learn.
    • one does not advance, one learns nothing of
    • But the learned scholars of today have
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    • child first learns at this moment to really distinguish itself
    • learn that he or she is a cosmic being. Earlier the social
    • the fore with the same scientific earnest with which it had
    • undergone some higher learning, what becomes apparent today?
    • stressed that at least among us many who sense this earnestness
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    • just what I have learnt from anthroposophical thinking in
    • learnt from Robespierre, argued that these demands were already
    • that which with his talents he can learn, which are very much
    • born or which one has learnt, but where he is concerned with
    • natural organism. And only when one will learn to proceed with
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture I: The Threefoldness of Space and the Unity of Time
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    • epoch onwards men have come to learn of these mysteries of existence
    • respect want of clearness can prevail about the above and below, just
    • and more inwardly realised. We must learn to feel that duality, that
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    • prevails. What prevails as intelligence and also what we learn in these
    • die. For all our normal knowledge, what we learn from the instruction
    • of others, what one learns from the store acquired through the course
    • of history, in short, what as temporal man one learns in any other way
    • that mean? It means that he must learn to look at the world somewhat
    • himself, it extends over all the abstraction that one meets, One learns
    • evolution. Man must learn to feel that the Lucifer character prevails
    • one must learn to create the balance between the wanting to stiffen
    • men learn to understand it.
    • which one must place before men today, so that they may learn to grasp
    • them so abstractly. We must learn so to look at our environment that
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    • must learn the different forms in which the various minerals crystalise.
    • They must first learn them according to the laws of geometry, how they
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    • of what we have learnt from Spiritual Science about the alternating
    • our friends, we may learn a great deal from her. What we see in her is,
    • with the thought of the Christ Whom we have learnt to know through
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    • and lives in each soul. Souls must learn to understand this
    • will learn through Spiritual Science the meaning of the words:
    • send their forces down to me.’ Human beings will thus learn to
    • the dead help the living? Through anthroposophy, we learn to feel the
    • understanding learns of what can be communicated about spiritual
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    • and in many connections impart to its life its value and dearness. When
    • learns to know souls in the period through which they have to pass
    • may be said that there is infinitely more to be learnt in the presence
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    • must be taken in deep, deep earnestness. Anthroposophy will bring about
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    • permeated with Christ. This is what our soul must learn to understand.
    • Through Spiritual Science they can learn to know Christ so intimately
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    • spiritual element prevails. No one who reflects earnestly can possibly
    • and the forces of Lucifer. As one learns how man is placed in world
    • earnestly necessary for the future evolution of the human soul. One
    • in his life when he has learnt to know the origin of certain capacities
    • earnestness of this Christmas thought, you will now ask, “How
  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 2: The Entrance of Christianity into the Course of Earth Evolution
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    • to learn something about the divine-spiritual world through atavistic
    • to our thought of Christmas, to learn what their significance really
    • also one from the Roman Empire. We must learn to distinguish the shadows
    • that time as a framework for Christianity. But we must learn
    • humanity must learn — to distinguish the shadow of the old Roman
    • Whoever learns to see that
    • beginning Christmas with that earnestness of which I endeavored to speak
    • today, an earnestness appropriate to the present condition of the world.
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    • being must be understood, because if we learn to know the being of man
    • “gate of man” was to learn to know, therefore, was the being
    • In himself he learned that
    • second stage, everything that had been learnt in the first as experienced
    • to know also the mysteries of the great world. As he learned in the
    • first stage how he stands within the world, so he learned in the second
    • it contains is spiritual. He learnt about death and all that is connected
    • become in the third stage. The neophyte had now learnt in connection
    • learnt to connect with these words a concept that could be experienced.
    • that we learn to recognize the Mystery of Golgotha as an Impulse that
    • can be learnt from the principles of modern initiation. Thus, ancient
  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 5: The Change in the Human Soul Constitution
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    • of the earth and the evolution of humanity, we learn that certain divine-
    • a program, but reality — has been learnt in this way. I can say,
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    • from the description itself can be learnt what transformations man has
    • if you persevere, you will learn — it can even be learnt from
    • he was making the return journey from his ambassador's post and learned
    • has changed enormously. If in our day someone in Switzerland learns
    • of his native city. That was gone, as he learned when he approached
    • senses. He gradually learned to know the human being from without.
    • Here one learns to know man in a different way. One learns how man is
  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 7: Experiences of the Old Year and Outlook over the New Year (part 1)
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    • with the world as a whole and mankind as a whole. And if we are earnestly
    • to carry out repeatedly and really earnestly these New Year reflections.
    • experiences that could have enriched us. We learn seven times less than
    • we could learn from nature if we did not go through life seven times
    • another aspect: that spiritual science, when taken up earnestly, keeps
    • however old we may be, to learn something in the way we learnt as a
    • inclined to do much in the way of learning! Even if they say “yes,”
    • power still to learn as children learn — in other words, to become
    • but in such a way that they are actually able to learn just as formerly
    • they learnt when eight or nine years old. Thereby the effect of the
    • to want it to be Sunday but to use the weekdays too for learning, making
    • to learn how such a man regards the present course of the world from
    • in all earnestness. It should make us aware of what is lying in the
    • an earnest word of direction. I myself do not yet wish to show you the
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    • by someone intending to observe earnestly in the manner of spiritual
    • or hear a scientific talk, we are learning the truth. If we are really
    • of repeated earth-lives should recede, so that men would learn to live
    • each separate earth-life fully and with all earnestness. Now, however,
    • what is said but of how it is said; from this it is learnt what works
    • The pressing need is for us to take these things in earnest. If we recognize
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    • the teachings you promulgate. It is from you that I learned the reasons
    • still need to learn. This fact must not only be admitted, it must be
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    • and works with what has been learned knows that what one can actually
  • Title: Community Life: Lecture 1: Requirements of Our Life together in the Anthroposophical Society
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    • that we see an institute of higher learning for spiritual science being
    • trust; it has to be earned. Our more experienced members need to make
    • given by one of our members, and came home saying, “Well, I learned
    • for us to learn to take the things we talk about seriously and precisely.
    • In a society like this, it is important for us to learn to speak really
    • Many people have learned
    • about reincarnation, and they have also learned that Christ was alive
    • extremely detrimental if, after having learned a little bit from spiritual
    • science, we take what we have learned and use it to excuse or embellish
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    • You have probably learned enough on that subject from spiritual science
    • we have to learn to speak very exactly, and precise speaking must be
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    • Swedenborg learned a very
    • beings who have learned to conceal their inner life and not reveal it
    • We must learn to stand in
    • in learning to understand something difficult to read is a kind of inner
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    • — his mother and his sister. We have learnt, too, the manner
    • Since what can be learned
    • world out there learn that we are not chicken-livered. We know how to
    • recognize what the people coming to us have learned out in the world
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    • earnest meditatio composition is generationis fu fume, e
    • the earnest meditation of the human race as a whole on the composition
    • trying to practice mysticism in all earnestness and dignity.
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    • namely enthusiasm for the crystalline clearness, the wonderful
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    • today. He has to learn to seize the supersensible in himself,
    • Somebody who has learnt now in such a way to free his soul
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    • because one learns to recognise how one and the same thing
    • learnt directly on the high school of nature. He called nature
    • what he could learn in such a way in his high school could be
    • speaking. That is why he said that one could not learn anything
    • learn. They could not at all believe that someone who was
    • learn something, so that he learnt as it were as a vagrant from
    • art at the risk of my life and was not ashamed of learning from
    • to apply what he had learnt from the big book of nature, and
    • his nice sentence: with the mind we learn to recognise God the
    • Father in the world; by faith we learn to recognise Christ, the
    • Son; and by imagination, we learn to recognise the
    • transformed which he knows from Germany. There he learns how
    • certain direction which learnt to use reason and intellect in
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    • little property that was in his immediate nearness. Since where
    • immediate nearness.
    • live. Still remove him from your immediate nearness because a
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    • Briefly, we learn to recognise what is in
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    • But now one learnt to say, if you want to
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    • What can he learn from these instincts of
    • logic. As even today the child learns speaking, before it
    • learns thinking, humanity learnt speaking before thinking. From
  • Title: Human History: Lecture XII: Copernicus and His Time in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • human being has to learn the Copernican world system as one of
    • that what humanity could learn as culture, as self-education
    • Just there we can also learn a lot from
    • spiritual science can learn with Copernicus, Kepler, Galilei,
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    • and death learns to recognise by spiritual science that he may
    • regard this as his personal self. He also learns to recognise
    • learn to forget in right way. Oblivion should not be
    • Thereby you learn if you introduce the
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    • learn something from the trenchant, penetrating, almost flood-like events
    • of the present time, though this learning from events is a method practised
    • by few people to-day. As a rule, they think that they can learn something
    • of social life. The essential thing in such matters is to learn from
    • learn to feel that in the great masses which are not led, but misled
    • of all by the learned political economists of to-day.
    • to learn something from history, they would say to themselves: Plato
    • It is just the same as if a physician were to induce a boy to learn
    • modern humanity must learn to say: “In no case can human labour
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    • is concerned; we must learn to judge things, yet through our present
    • they should learn instead to develop now thoughts, new ideas. Yet modern
    • course fully aware of the fact that the employer earns twice as much,
    • We hardly ever learn to
    • learnt by rote through Marxism, or derived from some other source. The
    • among the many which we learn to know in their true aspect: “What
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    • ideas, and if they learn to consider things from all sides. If we view
    • earned enabled him to live, provided the foundation for his existence.
    • order is not that of earning money enabling the capitalists to meet
    • to devote themselves to the investigation of truth, in earnest fruitful,
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    • of whose priests are really very learned men, emphasizes that the scientists
    • to be learned in this direction. You will remember that I have emphasized
    • It is our earnest endeavour
    • really learn to respect and prize the human being, they acquire a
    • spiritual science theoretically, but to whom such studies are an earnest
    • is connected with the social problems of the present time. An earnest
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    • released from the body learns to survey with one glance that
    • overcomes the time; it learns to survey life from a point that
    • lies before birth or conception. It learns to consider this
    • forces for his next life on earth. Thus, he learns to survey
    • only want to add that the human being does not at all learn to
    • science confirming: “Now clearness is the last in these
    • clearness.”
    • Spiritual science wants to bring the clearness for the
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    • learns to recognise what he experiences unconsciously in the
    • scientific clearness the idea of heredity was founded, starting
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    • inner clearness.
    • clearness, then only we can light up that with inner light what
    • which is born from this destiny-burdened time. If one learns to
    • understand destiny, one also learns when it is necessary to
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture IV: Human Soul and Human Body Considered Scientifically and Spiritual-Scientifically
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    • may learn from this example that it is impossible for this
    • anything, we appropriate this exercise, while we learn to
    • control the metabolic processes by our will. The child learns
    • abilities, we learn to move the fingers in a way, to control
    • does not mill motor nerve tracts, but that he learns to feel,
    • develops because the will learns to intervene in a speech
    • organism. What the nervous system learns is only the subtler
    • diverts too much from the ideas that can give clearness in this
    • these men earnestly say about the spiritual that is
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    • more and more clearness of what is, actually, the cognitive
    • clearness. Since then one has to consider that with any
    • the Intuitive knowledge is given by the fact that one learns in
    • you get to your real immortal part. Since as soon as you learn
    • the moment when we grasp this succession we learn to recognise
    • the web of destiny, we learn to recognise that as in the usual
    • we have a field in which you can learn that everything is right
    • Since, if one learns to recognise, how the vitalisation of the
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    • learns gradually to ascend to a mental picture which cannot be
    • should be stated. One learns to recognise that the usual soul
    • finds the right relation to that what one learns about both
    • beholding of the final state of the earth. Since one learns to
    • initial state. However, there one has to learn how the memory
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    • However, if one wanted to gain some clearness about these
    • human being who is forced to memorise this or that, to learn
    • and that the biggest enemy of learning by heart is the
    • learn something by heart in one go. However, it is this way
    • that it is impossible to learn something generally, to acquire
    • has learnt to watch out for himself that these pictures of an
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    • then, however, he should learn something at first if he wants
    • opened ourselves to this, then we learn to understand what no
    • recognised is learnable and observable by everybody who
    • learn to see the big and tremendous not only there, but we
    • progress in the spiritual worlds. That the human being learns
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    • things you must learn by heart and recite in your youth, and
    • we learn later, we forget the text, the thoughts, but it
    • being has learnt ballads or other poetries of great heroes with
    • reproduce them again. However, it remains what he has learnt in
    • its requirements: the human being should learn from the child
    • manual skill, but the feeling and learning to love the things
    • outside world with all that we have. We cannot learn everything
    • of course. Nevertheless, we can learn that the spiritual-mental
    • This also applies to the language. One learns a language best
    • this language grammatically, because there one learns with that
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    • It has also the task that we learn to understand, above all,
    • learns to feel how in such points where an outer portrayal of
    • human being should learn to figure the constellations of the
    • We learn to recognise what, so to speak, the world spirits
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    • knowledge as a model of clearness, of inner substantiality, if
    • picture of miraculous clearness originates. Now we try to see
    • would have in microcosm an effigy of the clearness, which we
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture I: Haeckel, the Riddles of the World and Theosophy
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    • his popular book The History of Creation. One can learn
    • a lot from it; one can learn how the realms of life are
    • only the matter prevails and works. One can learn a lot from
    • comes when he learns to step out into reality with this new
    • That is why one can learn elementary spiritual science so well
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    • One has seen this struggle for existence in the next nearness;
    • Thus, humanity has learnt to be conscious of this one earth
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    • present, but learning more and more to have the whole life like
    • Then you learn to tie in with other things what takes action
    • within this life between birth and death. There you learn to
    • effect of today with the cause of yesterday; there you learn to
    • leads you beyond birth. Because you have learnt to look at
    • this thought with his soul in the course of his life. He learns
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture IV: Spiritual Science and the Social Question
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    • cannot learn anything if they are sent to school. All attempts
    • certain respect how little humanity learns from facts that one
    • improve conditions, we have to learn above all to develop
    • earn quite a lot of wage. Nevertheless, this work is not at all
    • that every single human being learns to think socially. Modern
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture V: The Question of Women's Rights
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    • learnt gentlemen because of unhealthy effects whether it is
    • the question of the licensing of the women to the learned
    • out the licensing to the learned professions, also to numerous
    • Also in relation to the learned professions, everything has
    • learned professions has become another one. It is not yet long
    • ago that that which one understands today as a learned
    • what you have learnt since your eighth year; this is very much.
    • etheric body. If the usual human being learns, he learns with
    • the astral body. If the student of the esoteric science learns,
    • is the most difficult for the human being to learn to work into
    • learn that. If the human being is able to work into his
    • physical body and learns to be connected with the universe,
    • however, the more they also learn to understand the human
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture VI: The Basic Concepts of Theosophy. Human Races
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    • express by prefixes what we express by inflexions. We learn
    • earth in another race and learnt to look into the world in
    • learn to understand one thing more and more, namely how deep
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture VII: The Core of Wisdom in the Religions
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    • further by internal development learn the methods of research
    • can learn how all that has come about.
    • as it was that there was such a yearning and desire which leads
    • one learnt to read in the book of nature. The confidence in the
    • learnt that one can abreast with science and be, nevertheless,
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture VIII: Fraternity and the Struggle for Existence
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    • all fields. We have to learn to lead a common life. We are not
    • We have to learn to substitute struggle by positive work, to
    • and have not heard it, nevertheless. However, we must learn to
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    • first. From anybody who is farther advanced we can learn a
    • has learnt reverence in the highest sense of the word. Assume
    • learn to recognise that everything has an important and an
    • we can learn. We can still learn something from a little child.
    • body? Who learns the rhythm of the physical nature finds the
    • us, to the physical, astral, and spiritual worlds. We learn
    • such beings, the human being has to learn to see spiritually,
    • learn. We must have a guru who says to us how to develop our
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XI: The Christian Teachings of Wisdom
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    • sensuous members were the tools whose use he had to learn in
    • embodied in the sensory world. He learnt there in the first
    • human being gradually learnt to use his hands and the remaining
    • limbs; he learnt to fit into the world and nature surrounding
    • empathising and settling in existence. When humanity learnt to
    • learnt to use their limbs, according to the state of the
    • Then we find the second epoch. There the human being learns
    • human being learnt to control his whole body as his tool first.
    • state, because the human being has learnt to wake up forces and
    • the students by experience. They learnt to know that in the
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    • also a common conviction of all learnt people who believed to
    • of spiritual, bright clearness like that which expresses itself
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    • Who practices true introspection learns to recognise the other
    • spiritual love with the principle of clearness and freedom.
    • independence. Love in bright clearness, the consciousness is
    • with bright clearness. The human being walks through the soul
    • prospering in bright clearness. — Those virtues have to
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    • recollection of bigger or lower clearness, the disappearance of
    • — learnt from Wotan what they learnt. Who was Wotan
    • originally? We hear that our ancestors learnt the runes, the
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    • was shown later by the respective authors. You can learn much
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    • learns to behave quite impartially to the world, to practice
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    • enters the world, how he learns more and more to use his only
    • quite special way, but also learns to use his cerebral tools
    • gets organs and thereby learns to perceive.
    • him. Then he goes through different stages of learning and must
    • the advanced pupil must learn to overcome. He must have got to
    • learnt for a while to regard the things as metaphors, then he
    • has to learn that the human being is a small world that nothing
    • with the world. He has to learn this. The Eastern occultist
    • Further, on, he has then to learn — this may only be
    • learns to practice the forces of his thinking using external
    • recognising the self. If the human being learns to feel the
    • Anybody must learn to recognise himself, because he gets world
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    • which one can learn quite a lot. We have to realise that only a
    • still learn quite a lot also in our time — at least from
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    • dear friends, of many things. We must learn the lessons
    • but,of this: of realizing that humanity must learn new
    • convenue then one would learn from history how
    • in the sense of the old state. One has not learnt from
    • island he would never learn to speak. One learns to speak
    • man on an island will learn to speak. The essential thing
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    • ready learns to know the supersense life. Supersense life
    • investigator one has to learn to observe the
    • simple man, but, truly, most of all for the learned man.
    • learned men are stuck full of all those concepts that
    • earnestness.
    • activity, is what their understanding grasps. One learns
    • opinions of learned men of how speech originated. You
    • (learned ignorance). Those are his three stages.
    • Docta ignorantia, of a learned unknowing, of an
    • ignorant learnedness. Yes, as human evolution is today,
    • come to dreaming and to learned ignorance today, when we
    • into learned ignorance (as those do who think as Mauthner
    • is intimately connected the necessity of learning to
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    • he who crosses the threshold has to learn to know death
    • friends, if you think earnestly of what I have just said,
    • essential that men learn to speak in all things with
    • deepest earnestness, first for true self
    • has sufficient earnestness to study fro the inside how
    • it earnestly through Spiritual Science, is not something
    • invented; it is something, that has been learnt from
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    • have, so earnestly, our movement for the threefolding of
    • spirit of earnestness is not the spirit of this age. We
    • collapse if we were earnestly willing to understand the
    • alluring us from the earnestness of reality. We must put
    • order to be lifted there out of the earnestness of life,
    • one must learn the dear significance. This is the true
    • or that. When one says today that mankind must learn anew
    • orator says “Mankind must learn new lessons”,
    • about “thinking anew” and “learning
    • about “learning anew”. But it is not a
    • anything about it out of my own earnestness or my own
    • one must earnestly again and again examine one's old
    • people have to learn. It is also what those persons must
    • learn to understand who are supported by the state out of
    • learnt to understand it through the necessity of life, it
    • (although a little late) finally learnt that they cannot
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    • I mean this. Imagine two persons, a much-learnt man who knows
    • the learnt man knows. Thus, there can also be clairvoyants who
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    • in their nearness — it follows the finger and not the rod, you
    • Everything that we learn transforms the astral body. If we want
    • did not know many a thing that we know today. We have learnt a
    • occultism that any intellectual learning, everything that he
    • certain sense, it is important to learn what it offers.
    • and a new birth. There we learn to understand gradually where
    • the obstacles of the soul are for the new birth. We also learn
    • Thus, someone who does not have the clearness of
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    • who wanted to learn something, before there were books. Compare
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    • learns only how uninteresting the single personality is. This
    • learning, how uninteresting the single human personality is, if
    • We learn this by a real
    • year with nothing else than reading such stuff who has learnt
    • clearness. However, this is necessary. If anybody wants to
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    • present, the past becomes explicable to us, and we can learn
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    • attempts to speak about occupation and earnings. For many of
    • are found who are driven from inner sympathy, from the yearning
    • concerning occupation and earnings.
    • earnings spiritual-scientifically. Then it becomes apparent
    • the changed relation to occupation and earnings. He who surveys
    • earnings in our time. If we go even deeper, we realise what it
    • calamity has originated concerning occupation and earnings.
    • nevertheless, shall look once at life and learn with typical
    • only had to learn in a special experience that money is only
    • learnt this once by a journey in South America. He had hundred
    • learn now to judge life different from I was used once. If I
    • occupation and earnings have changed in their relation to the
    • earnings putting this question.
    • concerning occupation and earnings still in another way. One
    • concepts — occupation and earnings — home to us clearer and
    • earnings in the human life expresses itself in a nice small
    • earnings.
    • occupation and earnings in all variations repeatedly. If
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    • his soul. He will learn to shape denser and denser this way,
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    • initiation and has learnt to use the higher senses slumbering
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    • least to the thoughts of eternity, he learns to come to know
    • being. He learns to know from his experience: if we see in the
    • penetrated by the sunlight. Thereby we learn how the space that
    • the perception of the outer things. If he learns to develop
    • is high time that the human beings learn again that in the
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    • been able to learn from our world-outlook and conception of life. When
    • of reality or they will have learnt nothing from misfortune and in what
    • to learn the results before the last Zurich lecture. By 11th February
    • ago. For here, too, something should have been learnt if thinking is
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    • earned further arises through coalitions and associations in which conditions
    • nothing more can be earned through work — however hard this work
    • which we were born. We then learn to say: What you have understood in
    • brought near Christ, and we shall learn to think and feel as we must
    • ourselves into human society. We shall also learn to think and feel
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    • learnt at any ordinary school.
    • made without the bourgeoisie. Everyone will earn according to his labour,
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    • a deep yearning in the human soul. And there must also be an endeavour
    • be taken also in this sense both deeply and earnestly, not as something
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    • proletariat have learnt from their leaders, what they understand as the
    • spiritual life, he in really yearning, with all present-day humanity,
    • of this subconscious yearning of his soul for spiritual knowledge. What
    • mankind as a deep yearning, namely, the impulse towards freedom of thought.
    • could, out of himself, learn to speak. Everything social arises through
    • yearns. Being tied, since capitalism arose, to the economic life alone,
    • yearning in the deep recesses of man is soul.
    • to labour power and its earnings. The right relation will come about
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    • terrible facts of today men must learn to penetrate this fact in all
    • its significance. Present-day man must learn to grasp that, to come
    • spiritual culture. Through speech we learn as men to understand each
    • left over from the spiritual world. We learn to speak among ourselves
    • we had in the spiritual world. We learn here in our economic life to
    • masses of the proletariat a subconscious, unconscious yearning for something
    • of gradually learning to understand a new language. They would prefer
    • they should once more become good Christians, learn to love their fellow
    • to go to the better schools, reflect something of what they learn there,
    • formerly learnt is understood. Those who have no opportunity to receive
    • the reflection of what was learnt earlier cannot profit by the education
    • longer speak with the some conceptions; we must learn a new language.
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    • have actually learnt nothing, nothing at all from the lessons speaking
    • the Anthroposophist should give his most earnest attention; for this
    • too, one realised that nothing had been learnt from the sad experiences
    • Just as a man cannot learn to speak on a desert island but only in the
    • and becomes a longing for the material, a yearning after material life.
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    • century. For we have to learn not only to wish to live abstractly as
    • epoch that is past and gone and learn from him where we have gone astray.
    • we should learn to grasp thoughts of which we can say that there has
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    • confuses all that we have learned hitherto. But man is a
    • sensational discoveries and experiences with learned animals:
    • news went out into the world, about the learned horses, who
    • Or of the learned dog which made such a sensation in
    • Mannheim. Or of the learned monkey in the Frankfort Zoo, which
    • learned to behave, with respect to certain human
    • among the ordinary public, but in the most learned circles.
    • Even the most learned folk were quite enraptured when they
    • discovered that the learned monkey had simply grown
    • developments of modern learning. As to the men who write such
    • learned dissertations nowadays about the Mannheim dog or other
    • but even the solution, which the learned folk are rediscovering
    • the world in real earnest, the abnormal phenomena of Wisdom's
    • life of learning, not like an ordinary scholar, but in
    • scholarship and learning has had to experience a peculiar
    • all our recorded learning we have before us an immense
    • Jena did not really learn what they needed to learn at
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    • learn, ... and as to those who think themselves
    • points of view of men grow wider. Humanity must learn to know
    • learn, however foolish it may yet appear to the clever people.
    • desires through his calling to earn, to gain as much as
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    • has learned to be calm and unpretentious will have superfluous forces
    • continually learn through everything which surrounds us, but the different
    • what we learn to know during our life is not yet contained
    • that he had a brain, now he learns to know the etheric forces and their
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    • latter with Russian characteristics. He did not learn German till he
    • is not dependent on the letters but on what is learnt through them.
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    • as a consequence he fails to find the Christ impulse. He may later learn
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    • to learn this as you will understand after the many things I have said,
    • difficult years, how he pursued it with earnestness and integrity; anyone
    • she sought through earnest independent thinking, to fathom the secrets
    • to penetrate earnestly into the descriptions and explanations of the
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    • must especially learn to recognize where there seemingly is a striving
    • to his subject, spoke to the point and was obviously filled with earnest
    • till one learns to bring spiritual reality into physical reality. That
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    • Many feel moral indignation on learning that Suchomlinoff lied to the
    • such an individual should be a member of a learned body is part and
    • him very learned. Yet it has not made him awake and alert to what constitutes
    • Such learned men much prefer to speak about experiencing religion as
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    • if one wants to reach certain higher knowledge one must learn to regard
    • are among those who teach in public places of learning. These people
    • also to Scholasticism; people will only learn to relate to it when they
    • Ahriman has taken possession of him. But Ahriman has learned to produce
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    • interesting that in our time it is a woman who has this yearning that
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    • we learn from Roman history? Within a few centuries it had dissolved,
    • too grave not to take these things in deep earnestness. It will be a
    • to learn to know his true self and that of others. He had in mind a
    • earnest, in bitter earnest which is also the way I must, for the time
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    • here. However, we can only learn to read the Apocalypse
    • can learn to read things by proceeding from the ancient
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    • thinking if one connects numbers with events. If one learns to
    • learn to speak of Michael as the countenance of Christ, but
    • greatest perfection; we must, as it were, learn to make things
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    • by what the priests learned from the gospels. The priests had
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    • one takes the Copernican solar system that one learns in school
    • That was the verdiet of the learned board in Nuremberg at that
    • learned board was. right, if one goes by the state of
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    • could say that one has to learn the soul language of someone
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    • everything screams to the human being to learn, not only to look into the
    • to learn something, to learn about the spirit. For since the arising
    • May humanity learn to feel
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    • centres of learning in ancient Babylon where he was also
    • to Pythagoras, to the learned Hebrews and the Chaldean
    • have only been touched upon to-day, and we shall learn to
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    • Otherwise, all our learning is no more than empty
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    • Essene should learn to assess the full significance of
    • essential for the Essenes was to learn to perceive all
    • generations, to learn to disregard entirely what the eyes
    • to ascend into the Cosmos in order to learn of the
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    • Jesus is sitting among the learned Rabbis and saying
    • they found him sitting among the learned scribes.
    • desired that people should not learn the truth or the
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    • to to done and the man then gradually learns to find his
    • learnt that the Zarathustra-Individuality who in very
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    • fatally true. We can learn from it how powerless we are
    • German, the following book written by a learned
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    • learn to experience in themselves the reality of the
    • extent to make a stand against the dilettante learning
    • learned scholar is nowhere to be found originally in
    • learned scholar who was so deeply impressed by this
    • light of what we have learnt from Spiritual Science.
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    • into his physical body and etheric body, learns to know
    • will learn to know the nature of Christ in its fullness;
    • Buddha, we have to learn how the Christ will be
    • 1. A learned and interesting account of
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    • picture him now and as the disciples too had to learn to
    • Jesus to recognize and learn to understand the nature of
    • activity’ in machines, but they should also learn
    • of to-day will learn to under-stand if they fill
    • for a Gospel from which, as from no other, we can learn
    • to us in a human sense. Through this Gospel we learn to
    • we learn to know what Christ accomplished through His
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    • lecture yesterday we learnt that ‘Christ, the Son
    • Being into himself. From these Gospels we learn that for
    • study of the Matthew Gospel we have learnt how and whence
    • how the soul must learn in stillness and inner quietude
    • learn’ — so He wished to imply —
    • ‘learn also to regard man as the bearer and temple
    • coin; learn to perceive in a man the image of God and
    • are so fashionable nowadays. People never really learn;
    • Humanity never learns; for by using the same arguments
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    • such an abstract way about the Divine, and learn to know the
    • thriving. He must learn to speak scientifically of these
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    • but he can apply it in order to learn for himself the true
    • other power. And one only learns to knew the organs of man when
    • the one hand Goetheanism is taken earnestly and on the other
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    • learn to know what the real events are. It is not enough for all
    • Actually the people of today should be yearning to see things as
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    • this way of language presents us with realities. But we must learn to
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    • But Schiller philosophized. He even learned
    • he had learned to apply to the plants. And so, when he spoke of the
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    • mornings and evenings in order gradually to learn to see into
    • memory, they often develop from memory what they have learned, what
    • development of super-sensible knowledge we must learn to concentrate
    • the human soul, that is, of the human spirit. We learn now to see
    • learn how to live without a body and acquire thereby the
    • through this development, you can learn to know yourself in
    • your full reality as a human being. In the body we learn to know
    • part of us. We only learn to know the whole human being if we have
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    • learned to feel the distance it had placed between its own being and
    • dim memory that the students of the initiates learned to know
    • descent to earth. In the mysteries the students learned to know
    • initiation had learned: the Christ will come when the time has been
    • happened, these people learned from those who knew that a real God
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    • teach other people, the Oriental initiate learned primarily about
    • described, a language of the heart. When we have learned this
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    • have the least imaginable effect on the organism. What we learn
    • in his own incapacity to learn out of himself, then we may
    • to be understood? This can best be learned from thinking about
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    • forward for it. Whoever yearns for health must look into the
    • human being must learn to feel and perceive whether he is
    • in lawful relation to the world and must learn to know our
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    • we may learn about human life and human activity between death
    • learned, I know that this soul must be on earth as she was
    • earth, then one learns that the soul who has remained on earth
    • between the living and the dead. We shall learn to
    • mother. The father, on the day the child is born, learns that
    • is lost; he learns that the ship has been wrecked; because of
    • there he learns that his father has fallen ill. His father
    • world before their time? We learn the fate of these souls
    • learns to find one's way in these paths of wisdom. One might
    • that we learn to contemplate the world with new eyes; for
    • afraid of the earnest and solemn strength which they must use
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    • learns in the contact with the outside world to adapt itself;
    • However, no human being speaks this way who has learnt a little
    • bit only, has maybe learnt very much, and puts up all kinds of
    • philosophy from the learnt concepts. Thus a human being speaks
    • one has not learnt to observe spiritually and bodily, one
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    • as paradox as it sounds —, and learn it by heart to bring
    • spiritual researcher learns to read. He goes adrift completely
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    • However, you learn from it that in the human life not only that
    • is so often said that one can learn from history for the
    • penetrate the pedagogue. He will learn things quite different
    • from theoretical education; he will learn to stand in the full
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    • learns to recognise if one finds these souls that they have a
    • would still like to add the following: one learns gradually how
    • advances on and on in knowledge, he learns to recognise that
    • tone. Continuing such relations one learns to connect an
    • childhood as it would be ridiculous to say, I have learnt
    • French and German, why should I still learn Chinese in addition
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    • effect on many people that they have to learn something quite
    • is that one learns something really from them.
    • one learns to recognise the soul, one also learns to recognise
    • ego-consciousness. The human being would not learn to say to
    • immersing one learns to recognise how the ego would be in the
    • also learns to recognise by immediate view that the emotional
    • will impulses. Nevertheless, as one learns to recognise that
    • learns to recognise, in another way, by raising the will life
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    • centuries. Not that the human beings have learnt to think from
    • learn to recognise that if you put yourself more and more in
    • willing as I have described. He learns to recognise that the
    • —, but one also learns to recognise that the wake
    • the moment of awakening. However, we also learn to recognise
    • learn from this fact that modern spiritual-scientific
    • learn to recognise that in the imagining the pictures of the
    • internal way, you learn to recognise what goes forward,
    • particular, you learn to recognise how the thought that
    • you learn also to recognise the secret of falling asleep, this
    • you learn to recognise how falling asleep is intimately related
    • bodily life if we learn to understand imagining and willing.
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    • existence? He must have learnt as it were the handling of the
    • must have learnt to stumble against certain cornerstones with
    • get to clearness in this area, one has to apply scientific
    • who strives for clearness to investigate this inside of the
    • which he learnt dancing.
    • correctly while learning dancing, than that he took care of the
    • learn this ability to recognise in its rudiments how it
    • learn from them about reality? — He got around to saying,
    • we learn only to recognise the succession of processes, one
  • Title: Freedom/Immortality/Social: Lecture IX: How Does One Justify the Anthroposophical Psychology?
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    • pictures. It tries to find its way with full inner clearness to
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  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture I
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    • things infinitely more earnestly than in the normal sense; to
    • spiritual. As a result, you can say: I earn the right to live
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    • stars when we learn to understand the great journey of the sun
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    • Gradually you learn to recognise the comic human in the earthly
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