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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • Today however, I would like to present a few suggestions on how man's
    • guidance, however, gives sufficient guaranty that no person comes by
    • anthroposophical development never gives anything but advice. Indeed,
    • the greatest teachers in this field never did more than advise and
    • teacher to do more than advise and guide. Everything that can be
    • inner spiritual development needs to change his everyday occupation in
    • any respect whatever, nor neglect his daily duties in any sense, nor
    • experience can ever be attained. That is endurance. He who has no
    • patience and endurance, who cannot persevere over and over again and
    • reincarnation and karma. One is inclined, however, to say with
    • several profound meanings but among the many interpretations it
    • something permanent in his soul that will emerge ever again.
    • who has never endeavored to change his soul, who has never made the
    • decade, will never determine anything within himself about these
    • however, have to give himself up to these thought attitudes as if they
    • Still a third aspect must be considered. No occult teacher will ever
    • corrected by sense reality itself. If, however, a person does not
    • thoughts before ever venturing into soul and spirit worlds. One who
    • In pondering the demands everyday life makes it becomes clear that it
    • short period of time every day. This short time, which is needed and
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  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • strongly on current everyday issues, could be considered from the
    • everyday events. People consider it, in both a good and a bad sense,
    • everyday life, and which since then, has transformed the whole of our
    • unpractical to the highest degree, because it would cause severe
    • impossible for women to get into the educated professions or ever be
    • This however,
    • women's abilities has been answered, nevertheless, if we wish to
    • said about the difference between man and woman! Everywhere today you
    • every woman who looks dispassionately at a man sees him as a big
    • humanity itself. People do not consider, however, that the life of
    • and fro the self-evident rights of man. Nowhere, however, is it
    • That never entered anyone's head. The women's question came into
    • culture. One looked at it differently in every way. This is not said
    • regards the academic professions, everything in our world, in our
    • medicine, and even a relatively short time ago it would never have
    • world-view is extracted. Earlier, however, like a spirit over
    • everything that was studied in the university faculties, there
    • However, in contrast
    • to everything that this new age has brought, in contrast to
    • everything that rests on a purely materialistic basis, we also meet,
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  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • available to everyone.
    • in intellectual and spiritual work. This is so, however, only
    • be seen, however, that particularly in our age spiritual science
    • everyday life.
    • eats. Now, we shall have several things to say on this point.
    • truth of things. His attitude must never be agitatorial, and he
    • however, and similarly our bodies are of no use to our higher
    • is given them. This approach, however, remains an extremely
    • principle that every material occurrence, everything that takes
    • which absorb carbon to sustain themselves, the reverse is true. In
    • counterpart to everything physical, so there is spiritual light in
    • the cosmic realm lives within the astral body. It is, however,
    • remains a mere spectator. Everything that takes place in him in
    • constructed accordingly. Everything down to the most minute
    • however, it is possible that a man may not yet find himself strong
    • enough to entrust everything to his astral body and may have to
    • It can be said that man owes everything that
    • Faculties, however, that enable him to be actively engaged in
    • Nevertheless, it is not without reason that a mixed diet has become
    • admit, however, that even though a vegetarian diet might indeed be
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  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • WHEREVER
    • rather have the patience and perseverance, the will, to penetrate more
    • moving neither hand nor foot, never turning his eyes away from the
    • ideation passes over into a state of sleep. The will, however, awakes,
    • ugly and evil. Just as everything that takes place in man in the form
    • of thoughts points to the Astral plane, so everything connected with
    • into the brain, and also in the reverse direction, from the brain to
    • these two streams can, however, come about only if a person is able to
    • each other, thrust each other away. In every epoch of Earth evolution
    • Comforter to men. However strange it may as yet seem, it is true
    • nevertheless that many a time when people — even in considerable
    • freedom of men. But whatever can be gained in the way of outer
    • impulses. Man will transform the earth by feeling with ever-increasing
    • bathed in a “moral-ether-atmosphere.” Ever since the time
    • from century to century returns ever and again in a body of flesh, not
    • Anthroposophy is the preparation for everything that the future holds
    • of these events must however be acquired during life in the physical
    • foundation has been acquired, however, it endures, and then Christ
    • images of the spiritual world we nevertheless fall far short of what
    • be ascribed to light; light is itself at every point in space.
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • however, that life itself, if one is attentive to it, confirms what spiritual
    • can be extremely useful in everyday life. This usefulness, which is not
    • cram for it. This cramming, however, is dreadful because it provides no
    • the opposite effects are obtained, however, when anthroposophy is taken
    • to health, and that many upsets bordering on severe illness can be
    • consider the numerous cases in which people can never find where they
    • Suppose, for example, a lady is forever putting her brooch down when
    • put it always in the same place. There is, however, a far more effective
    • whenever they are about to write. Actually, with some of them the
    • when they write, a jerk repeated for every up and down stroke. You can
    • occult foundation of every form of cramp or convulsion. Here the
    • anything but foolish. Nevertheless, suppose that children were first taught
    • Surely, however, the effects of the force, when they become apparent,
    • not only in the way they occurred but also in reverse sequence, that is, by
    • followed backwards. Or a play or story can be thought through in reverse
    • however, people would soon see how many things done in the bustle of
    • life. Nevertheless, it is still a good exercise to practice in later years.
    • and left hands. If a man, however, is occasionally able to do with his left
    • people do not know what they want and, if they do, they never manage to
    • this way, every restraint will signify additional strength of the will, that
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  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • differs significantly, however, from the way taken by natural science.
    • certain limits of knowledge. The soul, however, may take itself in
    • however, must convey what he has experienced in spiritual vision.
    • facts, however, this natural scientific method is not easily applied.
    • history, however, facts are rarely so viewed. Here, the succession of
    • life on earth he does not inherit everything from his mother and
    • preceding life but have rather elaborated in this life, grows ever
    • industrial achievements to show that man has now severed himself from
    • become severed from the direct impulses of humanity. An earlier
    • kernel. In the life of humanity as a whole, however, things take a
    • whatsoever of the Gospels or of tradition, we need only look at
    • These mysteries, which existed in every culture and which to some
    • cultic rites intended to transform the everyday life of soul, these
    • the words, “In everyday life, when I use my body to connect myself
    • come to realize that everywhere the final goal of the cosmos is the
    • the Greco-Roman epoch this possibility ended. Then, everything
    • Let us imagine someone who knows nothing whatsoever of the Gospels,
    • the cosmos. Ever since that time this power lives in the same
    • however, concerns not only the individual human being but the whole
    • something formerly experienced by every disciple of the mysteries
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  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • hearts throughout the ages whenever one of the old plays, such as the one
    • our world conception. Indeed, every heart and soul will be filled with joy
    • Nevertheless, it is an illusion to think that our more complicated way of
    • it was only a vague notion, they nevertheless knew of such things. They
    • approached these secrets in another way, however, and not as we would when
    • soul in its claws to carry off, and every angel bears away a soul under its
    • thirtieth. Medieval man, however, did not need all the knowledge that is
    • expression in the painting I have just described. Ever and again will we
    • the living plants and other beings from the earth. We also see, however,
    • that are active everywhere at the right moment; it belongs to the
    • that can never be abandoned. The Christ impulse, related to all human life
    • rise to a knowledge concerning the two Jesus boys, nevertheless, it remains
    • the aura of our earth contains something to which we shall never turn in
    • into the evolution of the earth will acquire ever greater strength in the
    • Then forever lost you must remain.
    • The child born at Bethlehem must be born in ever greater depths of the soul
    • hope that never fails. The impulse that entered with the Mystery of
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • IN our age it has become of ever increasing importance that those
    • reverence and loving and true heartfelt devotion for what occurred
    • Golgotha, however, was the only one enacted on the physical plane. The
    • Mystery of Golgotha stands in its very center. Everything that went
    • center-point of human development, and everything that has since
    • to everyone able by means of Spiritual Science to look into the
    • understanding. Nevertheless all that we can give him in the way of
    • to our Earth, the Being — at that time, however, of an angelic nature
    • the aptitude for which, however, is deeply embedded in human nature.
    • had not come down to Earth and poured into him, everything connected
    • inhabited regions. A child learns to speak, but he could never do so
    • attainment of full consciousness, had to be led to revere what dwells
    • to influence the culture of Egypt, taught the people to revere that
    • As regards the power of speech, however, the Egyptians could not even
    • That riddle was to be received with the most sacred reverence by the
    • there came to man that deep reverence by which the soul was prepared
    • reverence for the upright position was recalled in the Egyptian epoch,
    • so now the reverence for the Word was recalled. Thus do the
    • through every idea. And if we make concepts and ideas alive within us
    • Into every Darkness of the immediate present.
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  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • upon us of the science of the spirit. Much, however, that today bears the
    • animating every unselfish inclination within us, arousing it from passive
    • should be painfully conscious that we have eyes. Today, however,
    • In our senses unselfishness reigns, but they would never have reached
    • done under Lucifer's influence, would have become self-seeking. With every
    • however, He ensouled Himself — I cannot say incarnated — in one
    • the case. Then the single organs live selflessly within us. Our everyday
    • as the Atlantean period. Every single human organ would have been self-
    • Everything that enters the human organism is in some way related to it. If
    • Now let us consider not what we eat, but the air surrounding us. Every
    • like a rubber ball, a plaything for every agreeable odor that we would run
    • exposed to severe illnesses and we could not be at all healthy but for this
    • at the end of the Atlantean age, revered the Sun Spirit as the harmonizer
    • do not know, for I never make theoretical combinations. The facts
    • everything that came from the soul would have been overpowered by all
    • Upon the other side, however, he gives us something else. In the same
    • Yes, the science of the spirit will impress upon us ever more deeply that
    • “Not I, but Christ in me.” Every step into the spiritual world
    • feel Him vitally in every word that is uttered in discussions of spiritual
    • question. What was done there, however, required a certain spiritual
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  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • Several hundred years ago, the dawning of the modern scientific age
    • keeping with the methods of natural science. However, it must
    • science can accept the premises of spiritual science. However, as long
    • These methods, however, cannot be applied in laboratories or
    • and who we are. We would lose everything that makes us human. Our
    • memory, which has possessed inner coherence ever since early
    • to the body, it will never be possible to say that memory is bound to
    • are pale. However, they are closely connected with the integrity of
    • upon the concentration of thinking, begin just where our everyday
    • turn our attention away from everything external, concentrating on a
    • in everyday life (but are nevertheless there) so that they become
    • once that if the spiritual researcher succeeds, by persevering
    • nevertheless maintained myself, unlike this body.” We come to know
    • released so that we become ever richer and more inward as regards our
    • We must keep one thing in mind, however, when talking about this
    • doesn't need to exert himself. However, as soon as we become passive
    • toward the spiritual world for even a moment, everything disappears.
    • in confronting every least detail of what appears to us out of the
    • happens as described. This further need, however, can again be
    • — devotion felt in everyday life and in life's special moments as
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  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • would call the most sublime human principle ever to unfold on earth.
    • Secondly, it must also become apparent how this human body, in every
    • facial expression and in every gesture reflects a magnificent degree
    • wings. It must not appear, however, as if the Christ Himself were
    • buries himself in the cave, working in shackles, ever busy undermining
    • you!” Rather, everything that man has to strive for as a result of the
    • whoever wants to elevate himself to spiritual heights by means of a
    • like the spirit world, but with everything being expressed as images,
    • if not of all Asian religious perception, however, that its entire
    • American culture is to explain everything from external appearance.
    • everywhere. The most incorrect pronouncement made by the empirical
    • development rests precisely on the fact that leaps occur everywhere.
    • ascertain what has caused such a reversal. The inner workings of the
    • external brand of spiritism is rampant in America! Everything there
    • emanating from Him. The Christ, however, towers in the middle as the
    • must admit, however, that Michelangelo was not yet capable of painting
    • onto this ether body, and to look at himself (The Russian, however,
    • thinks that everything is viewed as a completed event, while Central
    • European man demands that everyone experience the Christ event again
    • several lecture series
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  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • fundamental characteristic will be that everything we call the fruits
    • this by saying that in every sphere of religion in the sixth epoch,
    • civilized portion of humanity in the sixth epoch of culture. Everyone
    • of human beings in which everything, without exception, must be built
    • it must be in every epoch of culture.
    • however, it is the spirit self that must be developed within the souls
    • every kind of community. But on the other hand the human being must,
    • of evolution. Nevertheless, this descending evolution in the sixth
    • brotherhood, that it can never spread over a community where there is
    • a life of true community. You cultivate only individualism. Everyone
    • the personal element, through which every single man feels himself an
    • genuine community of life among men, a life where everyone feels
    • conclusion by saying, “In Western Europe there can never be
    • never come to Western European civilization. There humanity will never
    • kingdom still lives, that is what is revered by the Russian
    • community where brotherhood prevails. It must not, however, be a
    • beings among whom community can never be based on blood relationship,
    • view. Anthroposophists, however, should study his work and try to
    • everywhere and the extreme evil is death. Because death is in the
    • to understand the world with your ordinary mind. You can never deny
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  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • the Atlantean epoch, everything was quite different. Let us therefore call
    • everything has therefore grown more and more hardened as far as man's
    • and hard. The animal forms are however quite hardened, so that their
    • whatever during the sixth epoch, our bodily form will then obtain its
    • upon our whole being. And we shall be unable to do anything whatever
    • Nevertheless they are prophets. The materialists declare: A man is a
    • if everything is left to follow the tendencies of that world-conception
    • that these things are fantastic notions are very clever people, but if
    • he must see the etheric outside, in every form and shape. The etheric
    • spirit. Homer was well aware of this. His epics therefore never begin
    • world-conception does not need to be true, nevertheless it has an inner
    • may nevertheless be seized, so that they may be active within these
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • opposite, which we never had in mind. This type of opposition usually has
    • upon physical life is transformed for him into the portal to the everlasting
    • who occupy themselves seriously with science, but they affect everyone
    • explored by the scientific method, it is never possible to discover what it
    • revolved by means of a pin. And behold! tiny particles do actually sever
    • class teacher not standing there, revolving the pin. But since everything
    • being out of the drop? Nothing whatever, save that which was already there
    • never opened his door to hopeless speculations of this kind . . .”
    • real course, however, of scientific evolution of recent date, shows that this
    • must emphasize the fact that by no means everyone desiring to make
    • researcher is in the position to form such means by which everyone who is
    • today everyone who earnestly strives can become, up to a certain
    • physical man. Nevertheless, just as the physical human being consists of the
    • of plant growth. However paradoxical it may sound to the modern ear, it is an
    • rich life entering the earth from the outside with every spring, which does
    • they can learn from everyone else during the rest of their lives, even if they
    • in a more individual manner. However, as a result of the earthly forces no
    • of its life, and is formed to be its bearer. However, about the fourteenth
    • several complex lives in other bodies. And the forces which make it capable of
    • everything coming out of this domain belongs to a type of research upon which
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  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • come. In every possible way we must see that it does come.
    • criticism by those who wish to take it superficially. Nevertheless,
    • indeed be presented as a world-historic necessity. Nevertheless, a
    • Nevertheless, the engine will spoil the rails in course of time;
    • knows that every attempted proposal concerning the social
    • world, but that every single human being, inasmuch as he belongs to
    • have just spoken, he would never come to the point where, out of his
    • stage often show the very reverse of what is coming. These things are
    • another must become ever greater and greater. This interest must grow
    • behold and see his fellow-men in new and ever changing ways. To-day,
    • Needless to say, every branch of culture has many different branches
    • and concomitant effects. We may say, however, that all Art contains an
    • approach him with the underlying feeling that everything outer
    • be able to see him thus. For everything we see when we perceive human
    • Grimm, everything — even passages with which one cannot agree —
    • opposite direction. Nevertheless, it is a duty and responsibility laid
    • All these forces, however, will reside more in the inner realm of the
    • periods of evolution will have to follow. Nevertheless, Earth-evolution
    • really is. It does, however, require, at least for certain special
    • of to-day. Alas, almost at once, everyone falls back into the old
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • people. Everything which the human being develops out of himself
    • subconsciously of course, but it nevertheless actually penetrates our
    • just these anti-social forces did not become ever more powerful; they
    • 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
    • belief that people can master everything with the faculties they have
    • long as we do not get rid of this view, we shall never be able to
    • man, so that it springs up in us — going ever further and deeper, and
    • have the cry for social union; and on the other, the ever-increasing
    • forget ourselves, that in reality we find that almost everything which
    • elementary things every day; others are ashamed to pay attention to
    • forces are growing ever stronger as part of human evolution.
    • However, these things need to be considered from a higher perspective,
    • Appearance. However, the people of the Central European countries
    • in the end sets up a mighty State by force. Never before has there
    • balance. Everything has two sides. One is regarded as a Philistine in
    • however, sees all that comes forward to tempt man as selfishness.
    • be carried out, which could never be done in Western countries”. This
    • case, called to look at everything without illusion; I must be neither
    • understanding of things”; then everything else would follow. It is
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • did it never really come to the surface?
    • Latin-Roman influence. Everything pertaining to the State, to the
    • belong together, in spite of external unification. Inwardly, however,
    • for everything that happened has also brought blessings and was
    • infantile disease, from ‘culture scarlet fever’, ‘culture
    • gets ‘culture scarlet fever’, ‘culture measles’, if one
    • experience. Nevertheless, this is what will have to be experienced,
    • Man's task in the Fifth Post-Atlantean epoch, however, is to lift
    • essential, and moreover within the reach of every human being, is to
    • At the turn of the 14th and 15th centuries, however, a new cosmic
    • Strader, I drew attention to the fact that whatever is done by men on
    • With every thought we harbour, with every movement of the hand, with
    • everything we say, whether we are walking or standing, whatever we do
    • of it in physical existence. The nerves-and-senses life, everything
    • shining out into the cosmos. Whenever your blood circulates, you
    • resound into universal space, and whenever metabolism takes place
    • foundation and not to be scoffed at; but nevertheless it will lead
    • concepts, however, can be developed only on the foundation of
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • We shall then see what a great impact on a person's everyday life these
    • what its connection is with ordinary everyday life.
    • super-sensible knowledge and man's everyday existence. Something
    • process, however, is governed by super-sensible forces. These
    • process and a bodily process every time you want to remember
    • existence on the other, you will never understand man. There is no way
    • understanding are super-sensible, that is, everything we make use of for
    • these? These are will forces. All the will forces, everything in man that is
    • spiritual-scientifically that in everything working in the child up till the
    • then make a study of everything going on in the child up till the age of
    • to the earth's atmosphere. These are predominantly at work in everything
    • Please notice that in everything I have referred to as having an influence
    • everything being connected with man's growing and becoming larger.
    • What happens then, however? What happens after twenty-one? Up till
    • our present time — and the present extends over a long period of several
    • Everywhere, people are still working contrary to this requirement. For
    • everybody does it this way yet, thank goodness! It is important to
    • today, however, is to give people a real knowledge of man, especially if
    • to be taught; it must be man's own nature every time that determines
    • but which is alive and produces ever more life. That is the crux of the
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  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • the being is taken into consideration. No account whatever is taken of
    • delicately organized. As soon, however, as we begin to speak of the
    • the skin from what is outside it. Even this, however, is only
    • is related to the earth as a whole. Nevertheless it is possible,
    • demarcated from the environment. Whatever is fluid in any area of
    • atmosphere and then withdraws again into the atmosphere. Whenever we
    • process takes place whenever we breathe out. Our aeriform organism
    • undergoes a certain change with every indrawn breath; it is not
    • concrete reality. Nevertheless it can be envisaged as something that
    • penetrates into it (the fluid organism) from every direction the Tone
    • thinking takes no account at all. But everything in us
    • the air, into the fluid organism. Thus everything in the human
    • organism works upon everything else. But we get nowhere if we have
    • man and of how everything that is around us participates in our
    • outside, the four elements are nevertheless within the human organism:
    • activity and perception. Nevertheless at a certain lower level,
    • on waking, finds that he is feverish or is suffering from some kind of
    • stream of remembrances is interrupted every night by sleep. In the
    • does not occur to us that the stream of memories is ever and again
    • the waking consciousness and as states of consciousness become ever
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  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • to the warmth-organism itself, everything is to be conceived as
    • of the fluid body, of everything that is fluid in the human organism;
    • in everything aeriform, the astral body is paramountly active, and in
    • everything will eventually become a kind of slag-heap in the universe.
    • soul. But if the assertions of natural science are true, everything
    • or whatever it may be. He may also feel enthusiasm for examples of the
    • counsel with yourself, however, you will find it quite possible to
    • pervades the whole human organism, pervades every part of it. The
    • yet the developed plant. Nevertheless man has a source of light within
    • hidden. Within the fluid organism — because everything in the
    • but they operate within him nevertheless. They become free when he
    • case of theoretical ideas everything is different, no matter how
    • that matter is conserved forever. Matter dies to the point of nullity,
    • modern thought has every reason to do so, because otherwise it would
    • However many treatises on psychology may be written — if they are
    • be realized by the man of today. Otherwise he must ever and again be
    • where, however,
    • developed into the Copernican system that is taught nowadays to every
    • everything in the stars was conceived of as living spirit reality,
    • another in accordance with mathematical laws. To be sure, in every
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  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • we Man in the truest sense. Consider too, how everything that
    • fundamentally speaking, everything we accomplish between birth and
    • it ever so, that things can simply be thought of intellectually side
    • by side with one another; the truth is that whatever is an active
    • what thus takes place. In everything that is of the nature of will,
    • the element of thought is contained; and in everything that is of the
    • all, but are wholly engrossed in thought. You must realize, however,
    • every case that they are linked with something in our environment,
    • judgments, draw conclusions and the like. Thereby, however, our
    • everything that can stream into man from the spiritual world has its
    • freedom dawns when we enable the will to become an ever
    • could never penetrate fully into the realm of the thoughts and
    • unfolds whenever we raise an arm or turn the head, unless we take
    • permeated by thought, but thought has nevertheless rebounded from it
    • times becomes semblance in man, reality is ever and again dissolved,
    • does the metabolic process operate in man when will is ever more and
    • thinking, which is, however, really of the nature of will? —
    • when he accepts the existence of fixed, ever-enduring atoms. What
    • continually rebuilt out of nullity. It is only because whenever matter
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • Regard the evolution of history from whatever point of view you will, take
    • various nations were so great, nevertheless, in reality all these achievements
    • of humanity ever since. Many things in human evolution may at first appear
    • incomprehensible. However, if we investigate them without narrow-minded
    • However, we must understand the mystery of Christmas in a far wider
    • Today, however, we will consider something which stood, in a sense, at the
    • kind of repetition of what the Egyptian mysteries of Isis revered when they
    • you already know how these things are to be understood. However, in the
    • locations, so that they belong to the earth for ever after.
    • simultaneously, the force that ripens everything that grows out of the
    • however, they relate how this being of the sun was lost in Osiris, and was
    • within the Egyptian world. However, when Ahriman works through Lucifer,
    • receiving presents, something which they celebrate every year through
    • everything which has become mere phrases in the present age, and if these
    • presents every year out of habit at this festival of Christ? Do we lift
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    • which, although it is also generally celebrated, cannot however be
    • — in a dream, or however one may wish to call it. Here we have to
    • which is never properly grasped in the present age. To-day we usually
    • presence of an essential Being in the universe, in the case of every
    • nevertheless true, that what our children learn as arithmetic and
    • never perceived. Only people who are especially ignorant about certain
    • changed in the course of human evolution. Everything changes and
    • never penetrate through to the true being of the Mystery of Golgotha.
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    • The subject before us is concerned with two ideas that man can never
    • his search. We have at the same time the feeling that whatever in the
    • order of our life; it leaves us free to go forward in everyday life as
    • other planets. Ever since the time of Copernicus, this is the picture
    • olden times, however, this heliocentric conception of the world was a
    • knowledge to-day, freely spoken of by everyone, was in earlier times a
    • ideal, however, that is indissolubly bound up with his worth and
    • fact that scientists base their results everywhere on observation and
    • although the thought remains united with him, it nevertheless wrests
    • training. And yet in our age everyone penetrates into this region
    • and can remain steadfast without losing his balance. Nevertheless
    • to-day in the soul-life of mankind everywhere.
    • “Ignorabimus,” reading into the word a confession that however
    • intellect, we never penetrate to the inner being of Nature. I here
    • We think, through every part
    • perception. Goethe says he never thought about thinking; what he set
    • is, however, incomplete; and we shall not arrive at any satisfactory
    • the life of feeling is undoubtedly every bit as real as — even
    • beneath the Threshold. He thinks pictures, knowing, however, quite
    • being, perceiving in him that which wakes up every morning and enters
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    • life; everything experienced by the soul in the form of pricks of
    • nevertheless when we look back, its effects can be apprehended
    • the ear that hears of it. — Nevertheless man must realize that life
    • rejection or denial. Everything we negate in life, everything the
    • body — not as intensely as we do, but nevertheless intensely. — Not
    • the sun-mystery must now arise. Behind everything that takes place in
    • and records of the ancient wisdom. Everything that could in any
    • enunciated as a categorical truth in every book of physics today. But
    • the further evolution of the world, everything depends upon whether —
    • come from the East, for the East is in decadence. Nevertheless the
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    • “Nothing has ever been said that is not in utmost degree the purest
    • result of developing Anthroposophy ... Whoever reads this privately
    • be necessary, however, to put up with the fact that erroneous matter
    • constituted the actual transition from everything belonging to Greece
    • could perhaps say that every true poem, the humblest as well as the
    • never recognized at all by ordinary consciousness; it recognizes only
    • the periphery, the palate, the tongue, the lips and everything that
    • can be seen. However at a distance all the trees resolve into a single
    • Everything that is formed as inward sound, in the most manifold way,
    • the universe. Everywhere it is necessary to go back to what, as
    • everything out of which Man builds himself up as a phenomenon, as pure
    • us nothing, but which, nevertheless, are still historical times, we
    • Today the unit is the smallest. Everything today is atomistically
    • If, however, I presuppose that everything is a unit and now pass to
    • It is necessary, however, that Man should go back, in
    • would have been able ever more strongly to develop the consciousness
    • persisted however, was a kind of desperate holding on to what this
    • biographies we find nothing of all this. Only when in every individual
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    • outer world — reproducing it, just as the camera reproduces whatever
    • the birth of the astral body to the time of puberty. However, that
    • must always have recourse for our descriptions. Today, however, we
    • more beautiful than has ever been wrought by mechanical means — a
    • his astral body, however, he brings with him an image of the
    • adult life, our organs have imprisoned in them the several forms and
    • first place that every single organ bears within it, in a sense, an
    • is shape immediately. All this, however, changes proportion as the
    • as he expands ever more widely in the spirit, he can hand over his
    • that we do in life. Then we go outward again, together with everything
    • tendency to go under; nor could they ever keep themselves intact, even
    • once again out of the cosmos. Everything we do, accordingly, concerns
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    • be vague and nebulous whenever it is a question of getting beyond the
    • facts of everyday life.
    • cut the thread that binds him to pre-earthly existence. Untruth severs
    • existence, and they are severed by untruthfulness. The purely
    • such a severance takes place. And that is why man is subject to so
    • physical point of view. But when, through untruthfulness, he severs
    • thus describes him. The essential thing, however, is that he shall be
    • it to be this copy of reality. It behooves us, however, to feel the
    • “Never do I feel the peripheral structure of my hands and fingers so
    • vividly as when this statue stands there before me! Never have I such
    • view everything from the head — the organ belonging to these
    • never to undervalue the significance of beauty in education and in
    • is not to experience it. The moment we experience beauty, however, the
    • will respect him less if he does wrong. He can, however, also do good
    • to unite oneself with the world of which I said, it is ever present.
    • The man who is untruthful denies his spiritual past; the liar severs
    • never shines, where he wanders in spiritless shadow. The man who
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    • Thanks to an anonymous donor, this lecture has been made available to everyone.
    • succeeding phase of its life. Mankind, however, has left behind the age of
    • level of the animals. However much one may emphasize man's further steps
    • life on earth, we shall have to look at human life from ever-differing
    • modern man might find fantastic but, nevertheless, pictures. And man knew
    • fluid quality of its life. He could not do this, however, in sharp
    • Undertaking to obey the injunction ‘Know Thyself’, however, he found
    • particular conviction about Life, a conviction on which every ancient
    • to life after death. Everyone then knew instinctively of life before birth.
    • picture-consciousness. If however he obeys the imperative ‘Know
    • about, his shape — in all this they beheld with reverence, the
    • realize how at every moment this freedom of his has to be wrestled for. He
    • it ever more and more.
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    • everything, in other words, that is cast away as physical
    • entire life. It is somewhat different in character, however, from the
    • nourishment occurs. It is contained in everything in which the human
    • processes, into everything where the lower man, as we have often
    • human being after birth, however, the physical organization of the
    • however, there is a direct intervention of forces that enter the
    • for the course of food taken in by the mouth. Schematically, however,
    • into physical matter, and wherever the spirit enters physical matter
    • Actually, however, this
    • Thus everything interacts
    • invisible forces. These forces can be clearly designated, however, if
    • can see that we will never comprehend the pathology that underlies
    • It may also be, however,
    • that at night the physical-etheric organization of every normal
    • process could take place, however, if we have been stuck by a
    • however, the tumor-forming force that is directed inward and the
    • impression, of course, that everything is as easy to comprehend in
    • that frequently develops in a person with a fever, it could be
    • etheric activity, which, however, already rightly contains from above
    • breakdown processes. If the opposite activity is too great, however
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    • meet this request. However, it is difficult to be brief, especially about this
    • generally think about. Nevertheless, this evening I will attempt to present
    • anthroposophists to participate in everything and to stick our noses, so to
    • speak, into everything. That is absolutely not the case; but as the
    • the human being, nevertheless, the outer physical and chemical processes
    • never proceed within the human organism in the same form in which they
    • as if it were resting within itself. In reality, everything lives and weaves
    • head, heart, wherever? What kind of processes are these? These are also
    • of the liver, out of the big toe, or the like. Everything is finally reduced
    • world to find out everything, while it is difficult if one has to work in
    • and then one finds out everything. It really isn't that simple. Thorough and
    • everything was worked through and, above all, verified completely on the
    • This membering, however, may not be done as a professor once did who
    • humanity because these various forms of illness are known everywhere.
    • The reverse can also take place. The process which ought to be most
    • typhoid fever.
    • system, were not organized as it is, then we could never have typhoid
    • fever. If our lower body were not organized as it is, we could never have
    • for example. If, however, you were able to look into the totality of the
    • very fine threads. Especially important, however, is what occurs when
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    • the world as little children wide-awake and never slept, we should,
    • active every day from morning until night, but to the fact that you were
    • Truth is, we never bring our real and inmost Ego with us from the
    • movements cease, inasmuch as the Ego is away; the blood however goes
    • Thus every time we go to sleep, with our astral body we forsake those
    • every night by the astral body, they are provided for by the second
    • never really see the Moon itself; we see at most a scanty indication
    • Earth, never what lives within the Moon itself. That it reflects the
    • as we never see through to the other side of a mirror, so do we never
    • the sunlight something of its own essence. This is however not the
    • great Universe. Whoever seeks Initiation-wisdom in present time, must
    • every night when man is sleeping, and it is realized more fully
    • our planetary system have ever experienced — the Saturn-beings
    • faithfully preserve it in memory. In recollection they are forever
    • every night. Thereby the spiritual forces proceeding from the
    • They in their several ways mediate what Moon and Saturn at the uttermost
    • thereof, and also pouring ever down into mankind the forces springing
    • working of the several kinds of Beings — say, the inhabitants of
    • populations of Mars and Venus — a never-ending interaction, a
    • and Venus — this everliving interplay in the spiritual Cosmos,
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    • Festival. That however will only be possible when the might and power of the
    • of the karma of the Anthroposophical Society. We can however carry these
    • great numbers of their fellow-men, beings who, however, only show themselves
    • nevertheless led over World Being and World Thought into the realm of the
    • beautiful completeness, but he never succeeded in drawing any picture of
    • the hearts and minds of men, what lives of him still in their reverence and
    • and write about him. This time however he spoke only of his pictures and not
    • deep impression they make on us. Whatever we have before us in immediate
    • sense-reality, whatever the eye can see and recognise as beautiful — all
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • “Nothing has ever been said that is not in utmost degree the purest
    • result of developing Anthroposophy ... Whoever reads this privately
    • be necessary, however, to put up with the fact that erroneous matter
    • distant ages people never contemplated death as an end. Their problem
    • death, they would never have been able to develop an intellect, for
    • and Moon it would never have been able to develop beings who know
    • the whole Earth would have become entirely intellectual, without ever
    • Ahriman uses every opportunity to encourage men in the exclusive use
    • however, be set forth according to an outer materialistic, historical
    • gods, we would never have learnt anything concerning the nature of
    • certain extent, men forgot for a whole age everything that had an
    • calling of a scribe, could, however, bring this divine wisdom only as
    • Golgotha. An esoteric fact can never be merely mystical. It is always
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    • manuscripts by Shakespeare have ever been found, they are also based
    • which has never been surpassed throughout the centuries.
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    • Shakespeare's hand have ever been found; they are also
    • case today, will the effect of Shakespeare's art be ever
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    • Several passages in the German are very obscure.
    • Several passages in the German are very obscure.
    • borders for the attack. They were, however, able to achieve nothing.
    • become independent. Everything that comes from him is a call to the
    • everything which has not come from out of the soul itself. ‘You
    • must strip off everything that is external revelation, everything that
    • itself. Life is everywhere. The limited form is the hindrance. There
    • forces which stream out in every direction. Form grows precisely out
    • Life as such overcomes every Form. It propagates itself through
    • Christianity and lives in all forms and confessions. Whoever seeks the
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    • Whatever we may think of the historical truth of this tradition, it is
    • will prove. Even when the man who lives in this every-day world does
    • “Let a man withdraw himself ever so much within the realm of pure
    • sense-perceptions.” This statement holds good, however, only for
    • his Doctrine of Ideas. In demanding this, however, he demanded no more
    • which perhaps has been drawn on paper, but we think of any and every
    • representation of a comprehensive spiritual fact. Here again, however,
    • human perceptive faculties. Those, however, who may be considered as
    • true Occultists have in every age demanded from their disciples the
    • — this is what everyone who really seeks after Truth should keep
    • never find a Circle in the World, which will not confirm for thee in
    • super-sensible mathematical perception; no experience will ever
    • however, the point becomes alive, the zero becomes an active Cause.
    • are dead; if, however, we perceive these points as differential
    • precisely to this. Whatever may be objected in particular against
    • never act so misleadingly as do the undisciplined thoughts of the
    • the mathematics of the infinitely small; nevertheless to the Occultist
    • The point is, however, that we should also be able to research (in the
    • Nevertheless, in all things he wanted to think in the spirit of
    • clearness reveals each and every defect in our assertions, and its
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    • put to direct application in everyday life, and we may sometimes be
    • inclined to feel it all rather remote from everyday life. But this is
    • knowledge concerning the secrets of the spiritual world is at every
    • hour, at every moment, of vital and profound significance for our
    • environment of the so-called dead conditions are such that everything
    • death and a new birth is so constituted that everything we do awakens
    • the play of cosmic forces. Everything that takes shape in the egg is
    • being of soul could never descend if it had not itself worked at the
    • already passed through many Earth lives. In every Earth life a whole
    • never been made remain outside the circle.
    • contact — the animal kingdom — we can say that everything
    • pain in his environment, so we can say concerning everything
    • The connection is much more intimate than it can ever be on Earth.
    • be attained by those who have enough perseverance, along the path
    • which we are accustomed in the physical world has to be reversed when
    • come from him. The whole relationship is reversed when we are speaking
    • truthfully be used, but the relationship is reversed. When we put a
    • but really to become accustomed to the total reversal of the familiar
    • perceived is largely due to lack of understanding of this reversed
    • conditions are completely reversed in the spiritual world, that there
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    • Several employees of the site office also at-tended as well as two or
    • However, these lectures had been intended for a particular audience;
    • experiments with people whenever they have any kind of illness. If we
    • convolution because it is located near the temple. Well now, in every
    • stroke, the paralysis. In other words, whenever blood flows into the
    • in the world around us? Well, you see, whenever we speak we are also
    • breathing. We breathe continuously. And in this process, every breath
    • explained to you in the last few days, blood flows everywhere.
    • words, whenever they see another person move, children inwardly
    • cerebral convolution, like everywhere else in the human body, blood
    • carried there by the blood, and of whatever activity comes in through
    • where the nerves are, you will find that there are nerves everywhere
    • in the human body. If you did not have nerves everywhere, you could
    • You have nerves everywhere in your body.
    • imagine that a child prefers to do everything with the right hand.
    • brain is less developed and remains mush. However, when someone is
    • they began learning to speak. However, if I now force the left-handed
    • my task is now to gradually direct everything previously carried out
    • a widespread tendency of teaching people to do everything with both
    • merely in order to add the vowels and consonants in crying. However,
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    • they think they should despise everything that is called material or
    • spiritual world among the beings of the several Hierarchies,
    • point of view, every human quality and activity can be comprehended,
    • but something of a didactic, instructive kind, which could never
    • artistic perception is never so confined to the realm of a particular
    • lick it with his tongue. But in everything connected with the sphere
    • organism, more in the soul, with every activity of smelling. These
    • abandonment of everything concrete in favour of abstractions, and
    • sniff round things and encompass them with dialectics, but never
    • live in everything present in instinct, in emotion. Here, too, man is
    • seen how spirit penetrates all matter everywhere, so that nowhere can
    • every field how evolution as a whole is pressing on towards knowledge
    • everything in man were fitted only for the earth, he would be unable
    • to live on any other level of existence as well. He would never go on
    • to the Jupiter evolution. Not everything is fitted for the earth; and
    • for occult vision not everything in man is in accord with his
    • We can never
    • alone, however, is not enough. People are always pleased when they
    • everything is relative. A rosebud is not a truth. A crystal is; but a
    • crust” includes everything that grows up out of it, and without
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    • effectively in the German tradition; Goethe has never been a living
    • never have expected that men would be led to freedom simply by giving
    • natural necessity. It includes everything produced by the sense-nature
    • rejects everything Philistine and seeks for an ideal condition which
    • engage in it, because he was open to everything human and because he
    • something one must accept. He never rejected anything entirely. This
    • and later disappear altogether. You can see that he never reached the
    • them all. Everything else, too, indicates soul-forces; you can read
    • cannot understand Schiller and Goethe. Every scene in “Faust”
    • social life requires. In every human being they saw an image of human
    • Sun, Moon, and Earth; everywhere man is there. Nowhere do you
    • have the mere abstract universe; everywhere man is in some way
    • one can see man within it. Man is a threefold being. In every age
    • way. Today he concentrates everything upon a single power in himself,
    • in this age of consciousness, and people feel that everything proceeds
    • may get cleverer and cleverer, and yet be just as stupid as before.
    • wheat, fish, meat or whatever, I carry inside me, after having
    • corresponding picture arises when everything is brought under the
    • with this middle realm and that everyone should be represented there.
    • wherever men participate in it, and spiritual life, which is entirely
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    • thinking and ideas. Everything connected with the life of feeling
    • feeling we know indirectly through ideas, but we can never know it
    • however, depending on the individual human being.
    • Never he felt such bitter pain.
    • enter into our destiny only after they have passed through whatever
    • Let me now draw your attention to a particular fact. Wherever I have
    • unites whatever he sees in nature with his own being. Now the
    • to be referred to earlier experiences. Whatever concerns our feelings
    • heads. As soon, however, as we look down into the unconscious, as soon
    • Christ, wherever he uses it, the general name of God, and this without
    • the whole of mankind. We shall obviously never come to this
    • recognise this, we are bound to regard everything we feel and will and
    • that may perhaps not be fully intelligible to everyone.
    • source of light. And you will find that wherever people follow this
    • But this is not so. Everything that spreads out or is diffused in this
    • So it is in reality with every form of light. And so it is with every
    • time, however, are not real things in themselves. Velocities, varying
    • as nonsense. It has meaning, however, as soon as we know what
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    • must never be forgotten when we are studying the course of evolution.
    • modern science. In our age it never occurs to man that his being
    • conditions. Everyone is familiar with the appearance of luminous,
    • abstract, shadowy intellectualism prevalent in every branch of
    • A distinction must be made, however, between the Moon forces that work
    • individuality, however, man is the product of the Sun forces.
    • Thus we have the upper part of man, including the head and everything
    • and ideas, nervous symptoms are bound to increase in severity, because
    • forces, however, work in different ways in his being as we have heard.
    • however, man's attention had already begun to be diverted from the
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    • in my Theosophy. Of man, however, we must say that in many
    • strange saying. Nevertheless, it is the truth. Man might become an ear
    • These transformations, however, not only take their course in the
    • he is the Hierarchies himself. Nor would he ever become aware of
    • Nevertheless, in this human speech the earthly element is clearly
    • an inner quality. Every vowel expresses some element of the inner
    • finish learning on the Earth. Nevertheless they are metamorphoses of
    • light, ere ever it assumes physical existence here on Earth.’
    • at such a description one did not feel wonder and reverence for the
    • humanity, is called into play. Whatever the head acquires through such
    • flown away after three days, if he does not make every effort to bring
    • to perceive at every point of his past Earth-existence (and this is
    • nevertheless remains, as an essential part of the human being; and we
    • again with the same intensity. Whatever a man has gone through belongs
    • state; then you could never become a religious man or woman. For the
    • present; nevertheless they are there in you as such. In the first
    • the state of puberty — we should never become moral men and
    • everything within us. If you cut your toe, it is far removed from your
    • shall go there, presumably, whatever happens.
    • permeated everywhere by morality. You need only remember what I said:
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    • — not only into human beings, but into everything, even into a
    • educated, there should be no need whatsoever to speak about love of
    • should be directed toward world-interrelationships in every field. The
    • occupied with themselves. For, as everyone knows, as far as subjective
    • to class, and gradually everything in them stagnates, becomes
    • people at this age, or if we teach in such a way that they never come
    • if, just at this age, young people feel cleverer than the teacher
    • every kind of social reform but within their souls actually bring
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    • available to everyone.
    • through these many lives. This consciousness, however, will gradually arise
    • has never been the aim of occult science to inculcate into men a dim
    • perplexing — that whatever is achieved in the way of development of
    • consciousness of every single being, even if such a being has not actually
    • question is one of earning his living. Whatever men do in business merely
    • the other hand, everything that is performed without regard to self, that
    • vanish without a trace. Every atom bears a trace of your spirit and will
    • machine, and this change that you have wrought in the atom will never again
    • everyone should keep secret his own share in the work; thereby he secures
    • Hyperborean and Polarian epochs. Before then, however, you were only beings
    • of every age.
    • will develop every imaginable skill and subtlety in the manipulation and
    • forms,” as they say ... but those forms have nevertheless a deep
    • form, however belong to the whole. The state of affairs today is that the
    • spite of this, however, they are not there without a purpose.
    • Whatever individual karma the “ I ” incurs in the process, is
    • egoism. The astral body of every nation, every race, every epoch, has a
    • economic strife among nations, pressure for expansion, suppression in every
    • ennobled, this will lead to brutality in every possible form. This state of
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    • solution would be a matter of course. Human beings would never
    • dreamer has never experienced them, I would answer: the parts
    • however, enables human beings to live in those forces of the
    • is everyone immersed, in sleep, in the formative forces of the
    • through thoughts — thoughts which are, however, forces.
    • at least some experiences in sleep. This is, however, only the
    • painted something on a surface, but everything is in perpetual
    • movement, in perpetual activity. At a definite moment, however,
    • taking place in the body. However, if you had placed beside
    • Inspiration that everywhere the deeds of divine, spiritual
    • minerals. This third state of sleep has, however, yet another
    • however, as we now are, but as we were before birth, before
    • and a new birth. This belongs to this second world. And every
    • look at it from within, looking around in every direction, we
    • live in this world every night when we pass into the third
    • united with the Earth. Every time that we must awaken out of
    • pagan consciousness but where, nevertheless, the Christ
    • become god. This would not, however, be an absolutely good god
    • different. It is nevertheless possible for Ahasueris to appear
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    • of flowing thoughts. What is flowing within it is everywhere
    • in the activity of thought becomes an ever-changing flood and flow. It
    • etherically. It is as if we were to repeat inwards everything which we
    • everything that works inwardly during the night, as the other side of
    • what is spoken during the day. (The same thing happens during every
    • real, particular beings — everywhere in the world it is
    • everything. Men must understand this again, in order not to speak of
    • ever since the first third of the fifteenth century. What he
    • It was the necessary course of human evolution to see Being everywhere
    • feeling: Yes, there are such realities, everything else is not real
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    • have pointed out in other lectures that every age, including our own,
    • several epochs, or, in effect, to such persons who concerned
    • wholly new — not however in the sense of that which, in other
    • had never yet been united with a human body. What then arose in the
    • The Gnosis realised, however, that with this Christ — Who must
    • whatever we may think of the Reality — on the one hand of the
    • could never become ‘popular.’ Anyone who has even a
    • that can never be general. To realise this we have only to consider
    • the true ‘concreteness’ of spiritual ideas than can ever
    • opinion. The immediate conception of Jesus of Nazareth is, however,
    • the life of Jesus of Nazareth men have nevertheless looked up to a
    • should be relegated to the domain of Faith. We cannot, however, enter
    • development, as it were, of ancient Gnostic ideas, has however
    • however, the modern mind can only relegate to the realm of poetry.
    • effect Spiritual Beings — everywhere penetrate into human
    • everything described by outer history there is something
    • spiritual and soul kernel of man’s being, however, function
    • induced. It was a state, however, in which the inner forces of the
    • world-historical Initiation broke in upon Jesus of Nazareth, however,
    • Divinity is the creative formative impulse.’ Now however he
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    • we could prove to you that he never thought of them in connection with
    • nebulous and vague. But true Mystics have never done this. Precisely
    • clear cognition can attain; from that point onwards, however, we grope
    • this simply means that they have never taken the trouble to understand
    • everyone who is a true student of Spiritual Science. — It is that
    • Wagner himself ever express this conviction? Most certainly he did!
    • which is, however, more than an image. Those who really know what they
    • never be defined in clear, hard-and-fast terms, for once again they
    • was not one of those artists who think they must ‘out’ with everything
    • Tragedy. We shall not, however, go into what Nietzsche says,
    • later on broke off along their several paths. Music and dramatic
    • asked himself: ‘Is this not evidence of a severance that has taken
    • for art. Richard Wagner could not be a dramatist of everyday life, for
    • draw his characters from everyday life. And so he turned to the myths,
    • for the myths portray Beings far greater than physical man can ever
    • can only give a few examples here, for to enter into every detail
    • would lead too far. But it is everywhere apparent that in the depths
    • Spiritual Science, namely, that every stage of higher evolution is
    • connected with a fall. Later on, compensation is made, but for every
    • nevertheless true, because the necessary equilibrium has to be
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    • cognition and must in every case be accepted as traditions of the
    • strained every nerve to understand how a Being like the Christ, Who
    • things and never notice that they are out-and-out nonsense. It is
    • to say about Indian wisdom. Nevertheless, if we ask for something
    • Nevertheless, Aristotle could still receive the substance of the ideas
    • cycle, repeated visibly in the Sun, repeats itself every year. But the
    • the Sun-forces which flood the whole universe accessible to man. Every
    • This requisite of spiritual culture was recognised everywhere in
    • everything originating from ancient Initiation-wisdom. The aim of this
    • every remnant of ancient Heathendom — so, in the domain of
    • Again and again it happened, however, that knowledge of this wisdom
    • every phenomenon of Nature. Julian the Apostate had heard from pupils
    • of Iamblichus of the spiritual forces working down into every animal
    • words were uttered which have never since been understood, not even by
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • just been expressed. We may say: every kind of pessimism is wrong.
    • But this does not imply that every kind of optimism is right. Right
    • and justified is, however, the APPEAL TO THE WILL. It is not at all a
    • Everything which comes from other directions and seeks to transform
    • spirit, contemplates in a certain way every night the events of the
    • and his Angelos. This is the case with the human being ever since the
    • beings been pervaded by the feeling: “Whatever you do, is in
    • feeling: “Whatever you do, from morning, to night, has been
    • face one another AS SOULS, in an ever growing measure!
    • forces continue to be active? — They are active in everything
    • possibility whatever for the development of a spiritual life, if
    • contemplation of those conditions. Everything that constitutes the
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    • everything which has thus been given in a schematic form. We already
    • developing in every direction here, upon the Earth; of course, it
    • individual human species; in the human kingdom, however, we cannot
    • have to take away from the human being everything pertaining to
    • however, it would not immediately take on its own form, owing to the
    • through the fact that every animal-species has assumed a form of its
    • not as yet grasp clearly, nevertheless lived within his soul as a
    • kind of material as clever thoughts). Coarsely speaking, the Angeloi,
    • cosmos. However, this becomes inwoven with the cosmos in a manner
    • clever they really are!
    • however, see the man who makes the clock; they would only see how a
    • spontaneously! However, everything that arises is the result of
    • sphere everything is worked out. [See Rudolf Steiner's
    • sphere, upon whose surface is engraved, as upon a globe, everything
    • everything that is contained in the cosmos. If we consider things
    • this at the present time; nevertheless, such a belief is not
    • pedagogy is so extremely clever, that it sets up clever principles,
    • attached to the head. Everything that has, later on, developed
    • the obtuse people of to-day consider as the everlasting human nature
    • still lives to-day upon the old inheritance in every sphere, upon the
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    • will dawn upon us that in these very ancient temples, everything
    • mysterious language. In the interior of the temple I find everything
    • and in every detail of the building.
    • minds of the Faithful; and every one of the forms in the space we
    • trying to express something that is never as separate and complete in
    • itself as a Greek Temple. Every Gothic form seems to reach out beyond
    • those within the walls; there is everywhere a kind of urge to break
    • debris have survived. This could be pointed out in every detail, down
    • as great in every respect as that presented by the Egyptian Temple.
    • life of the universe. The seeds of whatever comes to pass in the
    • King Solomon's Temple? Is there anyone who ever saw it, in all
    • perfect, however, and to press it any further would lead wide of the
    • falsely. In the way I have expressed it, however, the comparison is
    • however, can work only in the realm of sense, can create forms only
    • time, is not shut off, inasmuch as wherever we look a challenge seems
    • interior will have renounced every trace of egoism that may be
    • At every turn our eyes
    • day, to stand before us. Everything, in a certain sense, must be
    • intuition, I lose all power of originality, I lose everything I want
    • Post-Atlantean epoch, when the intellect predominates everything. In
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    • of God is within you.” (Luke 17: 20 – 21) Everything earlier was
    • to his own will. He must bring everything to consummation in
    • over everything else. Everything of a physical nature lived in the
    • wherever in the traditions, [are] men of great strength and are in the
    • bringing together everything that had originally been poured into this
    • This wonderful interplay came to expression in every branch of the
    • never had a strong footing in Galilee, had never really penetrated
    • present. He is, however, named in tradition. He is the “Apostle
    • The Rosicrucians, however, watch over the common stock of what
    • rapidly, and one who has gone through every stage of human evolution.
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    • can never do justice to the full World-impulse of Christianity. For
    • however strangely seeming. Imagine some Being descending from another
    • body.” Never did the man of ancient time unite himself so
    • Principle held sway. Yet it was felt how man had departed ever more
    • Father God alone and unimpaired, he could never have attained the
    • as modern Science conceives; for within the outer form, however like
    • activity in those worlds grows ever less and less. For He was the
    • Thus as the initiates lived on, ever and increasingly
    • can now behold, though with ever lessening activity, in spiritual
    • typical figures of initiates who had learned in their several places
    • the greatest fact that ever took place on Earth, answer was given to
    • In primæval ages men had not known Death. Since ever they came to
    • reason why, whenever he acquires knowledge in the modern sense, he
    • There, everything in the soul was alive, while here, the soul
    • It is no formula devised by human cleverness: the
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    • unfolds a certain idealism, so that every time he utters a word, the
    • speech with the hierarchy of the Archangels. Speech, like everything
    • exist between the several languages, but rather with those
    • object. In our day however there is hardly any feeling left for this;
    • even only as far as ancient Egypt and Chaldea, we find in every land
    • and antipathy, of every shade of human feeling. Instead of a language
    • so thoroughly drilled and trained to it, we would never take much
    • schools. Generally speaking, however, it is possible to trace a
    • words categories of thought. It would never have occurred to the
    • came there in the course of evolution. Everywhere there is
    • all, we must approach these ancient writings with reverence, knowing
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • world devoid of every element of that material existence with which
    • of these Beings, however, was held to be entirely free from the
    • turned with the deepest fervour and reverence to the Mystery of
    • of everything that is associated with the activity of thinking.
    • everywhere maintained. Eastwards of the great wall of which I have
    • inwardly active form of thought. This astral world was ever-present
    • exhibiting a subtle sensuousness but at the same a rare cleverness.
    • West who have developed in a high degree, everything that is
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    • words of untold importance which have, however, never been rightly
    • for a law — quite unaware that whatever is not in order comes
    • death. They are only there, however, for a short time, as you know,
    • dissolves, it becomes ever more tenuous. But it does not become
    • thus becomes conscious is always there in the subconscious, whenever
    • We must however realise that this working together of the dead and
    • physical and physiological effects. Frequently, however, half- or
    • reverence this actual connection with the spiritual world. It is the
    • free will. Nevertheless, in this way too the dead work into our life
    • that every individual, scarcely has he conceived an opinion, should
    • for time plays a greater part in it than space. Nevertheless, it is
    • the idea tells us nothing whatever as yet; we must first get rid of
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    • examined this or the other myth. However, the myth permits of many
    • their connection with the universe. Nevertheless there prevailed in
    • there took place what has been stated. Then, however, the myth
    • the innovations to be really sweeping. That, however, had the effect
    • understood what the Egyptians expressed! A Greek would never have
    • same time, however, the Egyptian knew: the same God who judges men
    • being, according to the Greek conception is already everywhere in
    • Gaea and Uranus, particularly, however, when Chronos reigned with
    • ancestor, nevertheless I venerate something which had some connection
    • imaginative consciousness. In this way, however, they rule over us,
    • this, however, you see that the Greeks looked back to a time when
    • remember that the really clever people of today are, of course,
    • prevents any electricity from arising. The clouds up there, however,
    • get thoroughly mixed up, don't they! I wanted, however, only to say
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    • in fact this represented the truth: — there are, however,
    • to a certain degree, however, it is not only a case of should,
    • this in almost every child of tender age, it is only that people pay
    • different, with the secrets of the air, which, however, are only
    • the air was everywhere filled with Light phenomena; for the grown
    • in the finer substantiality. Naturally, for the modern clever man it
    • nevertheless it is true: the air has become different. Naturally it
    • nevertheless the air has become different. The air has lost the
    • Everyone in older times knew: ‘The perception of the day is
    • atmosphere, experience with my whole life, that, however, is
    • celestial. This came to expression in the most everyday concepts. A
    • human pair before the death of Osiris would never have felt anything
    • But it is the dregs that have remained. In this way, however, all
    • reality. But it is there nevertheless; naturally not only in the one
    • arrange social conditions in the Roman Kingdom. This, however, means
    • joint work with women can nevertheless lead to all sorts of bad
    • spread among humanity. Ideas are nevertheless spread abroad which are
    • You will always find, however, that what on the one hand, rightly
    • mating-voice of the cock, however finely it is decked out in national
    • clever
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    • Old Testament doctrine the Gods who were revered were at the same
    • the watchfulness of his consort Isis. Then Isis sought everywhere for
    • was open to all, and in fact everyone could see it at convenient
    • however, they not only ruined the artistic intention from which the
    • circumstances, in special moments, had nevertheless seen this new
    • and the Future. Every mortal should lift my veil.’
    • the Logos, however, must be laid hold of again. The cow-horns of
    • sense. Today, however, men themselves have already forgotten what was
    • take everything with extraordinary gravity and significance —
    • scholars have naturally also discovered that there never was a Till
    • science — if I were to recount to you how everywhere it is to
    • element, however, has its significance for the social life, for the
    • written about it, the cross has been related to everything
    • however, another way of looking at the human being which
    • younger, but the right consideration of the fact that with every day
    • every day. For they do not know the word that must be added to the
    • older with every day? What is it like when we consciously experience
    • the becoming-older-with-every day?
    • That, however, is a
    • with every day. For if man learns consciously to become older with
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    • question, however, can only be approached slowly and gradually. It
    • am the Present, I am the Future. Every mortal should lift my veil.’
    • Egyptian culture, however, the mystery as a principle of the
    • never seek to grasp the spiritual life of the soul cannot lift the
    • veil of Isis; he however can lift it, who grasps the spiritual life,
    • said to characterize the times not to criticize them. Where, however,
    • of painting everything in glowing colours must not find entry into
    • other hand, however, it may also be said that compared with the
    • The clever ones in Philisterium, to be sure, call it ‘superstition’
    • regulate from the position of the sun; every time we look at the
    • nothing of this! But in the neighbourhood of every human being
    • man naturally breathes differently. For in every man's neighbourhood
    • growth and thriving, of everything imaginable, so, in the first
    • every such Zodiacal constellation is related to a particular planet,
    • stomach. In this way, however, what the third post-Atlantean epoch
    • however, meant that observation of the universe was taken into the
    • everything is sure to be all right... rather is it to be the cause,
    • never wished for the victory of Germany, that a German victory could
    • that it is also necessary to study present-day history. Everyone
    • is trained in such a way that science misleads it on every hand to
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    • humanity as such, the reverse is the case. A man is first child, then
    • reverse path is to be attributed to mankind. During the 2,160 years
    • already know in the twenties everything that is to be attained. More
    • in the beginning of his twenties a man is clever enough to take part
    • what is changing in a definite age. Every age is assuredly an age of
    • draw on hundreds from every part of Europe. In the first half of the
    • have everywhere party-standpoints in which everyone looks on his
    • however, the life of science and life of the State, must be
    • nevertheless, with this feeling he finds support in the already
    • There is, however,
    • But now let us look at the reverse side of the matter. The same man
    • This beauty of life will certainly never be taken from men by any
    • ever older, the etheric or body of formative forces is old when we
    • it becomes ever younger and younger. We can say, therefore, that the
    • Michelet, however, in his whole being, was no materialist. Even the
    • however, can be so inwardly gripped by the spirit. But this is
    • indicated. People reckon only with man's physical body, never with
    • evident. But nevertheless, all that in course of time has become the
    • however with something else. We are gradually developing a
    • however, of many — there is no primary necessity to cease
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    • than is possible at the present time. This present time, however, is
    • concepts. But one cannot understand everything through abstract
    • however, solve the riddle of man if we are content to continue to be
    • reach everyone, is not fitted to call forth a feeling of what a
    • is actually twofold, if one disregards everything else. One
    • You will, however, easily see that disregarding certain
    • This has a deep inner justification; however we will not discuss
    • feelings, that the head as apparatus can supply, we should never be
    • life, we should never be in the position of really saying ‘I’
    • Greeks had their Mysteries. The Greeks revered in the Mysteries other
    • said ever come before us in life? What I have just said seems to be
    • arise: does it ever come before us in life? That is the important
    • head-knowledge. Even if the head-knowledge is an especially clever
    • then one is a quite clever person, academically quite clever. But in
    • as in a great world machine. But for the modern clever men what has
    • everywhere that in each planet he sees an Angelic Intelligence. And
    • of these things, however, in difficult concepts. For as long as
    • none of us could ever be older than twenty-seven years. Twenty-seven
    • head however will look to the heart and will find there the mysteries
    • not understand this, everything that refers to spiritual things
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    • however, to solve the world-riddle in a moment; human life itself in
    • speaking lightly — that everyone has his own head. Man
    • heredity from one's ancestors. I have said repeatedly that everyone
    • the head in fact is produced by forces of the cosmos. We should never
    • heredity, however, and that the part of man which excludes the head
    • we dwell there is an intermediary which is never at rest. A fine
    • concerned with human life, but with every possible kind of earthly
    • one can most easily maintain a neutral attitude. You see, however,
    • certain year streams in, only streams out again after several years.
    • upon earth it is reversed. We leave the physical behind; the physical
    • one's interest in them through every age of life. I only beg of you,
    • of how individuals take it into account, in which case however they
    • Everything that has
    • must wait. And today people want to understand everything all at
    • ‘clever man’. That should not be disputed.
    • He is very clever. But
    • it is of no possible use to be clever, if the cleverness is mere
    • One can make such observations in fact at every turn. Logical slips
    • clever and having any amount of logic in one's head, one can
    • nevertheless go off the rails again and again. One can accomplish
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    • of form structures, becoming ever more widely diffused, actually
    • however, speak of the destruction of the astral body; on the
    • this way (although half figurative, it, nevertheless, corresponds to
    • body, which however has now become something different. Indeed there
    • — a sort of hollow sphere that grows ever smaller and smaller.
    • head. Our will organization, however, expresses itself in what is
    • today, when everything is thought out materialistically. Today it is
    • other side; in such a way, however, that we do not penetrate deeper
    • talk. This is, however, nothing but materialistic thinking applied to
    • is, however, more to it. In this present age we have before us a
    • concerned. Although this may sound paradoxical, it is, nevertheless,
    • Mystery of Golgotha. Oriental wisdom, nevertheless, that wisdom which
    • foundation for whatever understanding was brought to Christianity in
    • people, however, who lived in Asia before, at the time of, and
    • these results verified everywhere in life if we are willing to apply
    • However
    • acquire the strength to stand up for Anthroposophy, wherever we can.
    • this opposition will embrace worse and worse forms. Whoever is
    • stronger and stronger and ever more vicious — by the fact that
  • Title: Lecture: The Forming of Destiny in Sleeping and Waking
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    • aware of the happenings in which they are involved. Nevertheless
    • brain. This however only applies to people who use their right hand
    • speech in everyday life, the astral body carries with it, out of the
    • of voice is produced. The element of spirit and soul however, that
    • uses his arms and hands. The astral body flows into every word,
    • bound up with every movement we make as we go about the world
    • in waking consciousness. The Ego is involved in every movement of the
    • hands, in every act of grasping an object. Whereas, in connection
    • In every movement of the fingers that we make during the day, in
    • every step we take as we go about, spirit and soul are contained,
    • nature. At every moment during the period of sleep, the Ego is
    • Archangeloi. Yes, it is indeed the case that every night man loses
    • merely voice an understanding of everyday affairs, but are also
    • unselfish love for human beings, sincere interest in every fellow man
    • how it learns to walk, and so on: but behind every physical
    • for everything in this fatalistic way does not, it is true, afford
    • conception; it is, however, quite incorrect.
    • It is not right to throw everything back to the past. The right
    • beginning. Karma holds good, nevertheless. If an illness, a
    • worlds, a knowledge that for everything there is compensation. But
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    • We shall never understand Goethe unless we bear in mind the
    • scholarship acquired in every kind of educational institution from
    • and outlook, will never understand him. For an inner change of mental
    • would never have been able to write the passage where Faust turns
    • Goethe would never have written such words. After 1790, when he set
    • have to admit that before his journey to Italy Goethe could never
    • agreement. Goethe could never fully find his way into the view of the
    • That, however, is only one side of the picture. There is a certain
    • several national tongues. It is not difficult to distinguish there
    • Everything was different in an age when it would have been considered
    • limitation, but it is a fact nevertheless. And a true understanding
    • example, taught to nearly every child to-day would have been regarded
    • done ever since the time of Galileo.
    • We can, however, go still further back than this. Spiritual Science
    • his views on the subject very forcibly but he did not ever work them
    • only very poorly express, however deeply Schopenhauer may have felt
    • feeling of other sentient beings. There is every justification for
    • bubbling of a spring of inner life, is also present in everything
    • being which he then strikes, have never really gazed into the soul of
    • nature of things in an age when we try to probe everything with the
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    • this reality, and there is no desire whatever to set these paths in
    • If, however, the aim is to reach the super-sensible worlds with the
    • to proceed hand-in-hand with everything that can be learnt from
    • certain boundaries. Every scientific researcher is aware that the
    • every scientific researcher is aware that this problem lies beyond
    • indeed exist, so far as the everyday consciousness of man is
    • the senses communicate and that whenever it would like to pierce
    • of thinking. Anthroposophy does not, however, content itself with the
    • their effect during the exercises. Nothing whatever must be allowed
    • complete survey must be maintained and everything must be subject to
    • suggestion or auto-suggestion; every moment of the exercise will be
    • however, is the same throughout: the forces of soul, the forces of
    • in every respect as the pictures and inner vitality produced by
    • everything teems, is saturated, has great intensity; our whole being
    • inward experience, however, can only be reached by the exercising and
    • Imaginative Thinking is gradually brought home to us, however,
    • Everyone knows how in a tiny child the brain develops by degrees into
    • we try to meet the demands of every-day life, and to make progress in
    • actuality and to inner experiences. In everyday life the human being
    • Everything that leads to mediumship, to hallucinations or visions,
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    • utmost to destroy, with but a few exceptions, every gnostic document.
    • alludes to it whenever he speaks of his predecessors, but he can no
    • Nevertheless these dogmas were connected with contents which had once
    • cannot accept, nevertheless it reveals a thinking activity which
    • supernatural, and contained the essence of everything relating to the
    • nevertheless act under the influence of these habits. In the
    • the observation through the senses is, in every respect, the echo of
    • nevertheless the contents of knowledge.
    • observe everything, from perception to politics, in the light of
    • senses, and everything that the human being is supposed to know in
    • there is no difference whatever between one of the two spheres of
    • this modern science of Nature, are, however, the very offspring of
    • unfruitful, because the spirit can, of course, never be seen through
    • has developed in the course of human evolution, is in every way an
    • materialists have never sought a connection between that which they
    • never became a Darwinist in Haeckel's meaning. Gegenbauer, who
    • more or less the following: Even though everything which is contained
    • colouring, natural science began to oppose it more and more, ever
    • encompassing world-conception and of rejecting everything connected
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    • conception is nevertheless based upon something through which the
    • sensualists, whose cleverest representative, as explained to you
    • a conspicuous man. That physiologist, however, was a thoroughly
    • that every single word revealed how matters stood. Whereas a few
    • Jena they nevertheless held the rank of professors; they received no
    • this. In every third sentence he spoke of the “colleague”
    • you in connection with a conversation which I had several decades ago
    • writer, who inveighs terribly against everything of a spiritual
    • century; nevertheless, in the books of Russian writers, who knew how
    • of no importance whatever. It is not only essential to bear in
    • with everything which lies in between, may be proved through logic.
    • Outside, is everything which forms the object of man's thoughts. (A
    • everything which lives inside his skin is reflected in the head, it
    • is, however, connected with the whole earth. What we generally call
    • strips off everything which is connected with one particular place of
    • nevertheless able to convey real things which contain a social
    • the proof of every form of unsocial and anti-social life.
    • development of a type of humanity devoid of every kind of social
    • Nevertheless this is but a moment. I might say: an infinite
    • at every moment. We would be unable to think, we would be unable to
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    • the midst of events that arouse every feeling of the human soul in
    • Although not directly, they are nevertheless, indirectly
    • comparatively short time the etheric body becomes severed from the
    • spiritual world. Afterwards, however, as he continues along his path
    • becomes severed from the human individuality and goes its own
    • to everyone of us that the etheric body of a man who died young must
    • forces never go lost, but transform themselves. Natural science
    • known to many of you, but that I must nevertheless repeat here, a
    • furniture van had been seen for a long time, or perhaps never at all,
    • and where perhaps no furniture van would ever be seen again. At a
    • science must however show that many things which are looked upon as
    • this particular case, however, it is significant that the etheric
    • body of a child of seven severed itself from the child's
    • only seven years; nevertheless it contained forces that might have
    • everything that must be brought down from the spiritual world is
    • really to come down. Ever since the death of little Theodor Faiss, we
    • never hesitate to confess that ever since little Theodor's
    • awake. We might say, however: The activity that our astral body and
    • beings. Every sleeping human being becomes, as it were, a
    • out of our etheric body everything that could be drawn out of it.
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    • all remains indefinite, even nebulous. Everything that Giordano Bruno
    • perception and from the Mysteries, there is no trace in him whatever.
    • however, looks out into the world that is perceptible to the senses
    • experienced, however, they gradually become vision of man’s
    • words have, however, an entirely different significance in his
    • human spectre is evolved, never the real being of man. In this human
    • say: Out there in nature, everything has its form, its configuration.
    • Boehme, however, had still been able to gather up those crumbs of
    • Folk-Wisdom which told him: Man dissolves everything he assimilates
    • Jacob Boehme says, we should never be able to interpret his
    • some people, to see how they read Jacob Boehme and whenever they come
    • processes which revealed themselves to man as the ever-recurring
    • became, nevertheless, entirely academic and on the other side had
    • hovers into infinitudes but is nevertheless abstract. And that which
    • with concepts like this. For the thinkers of old never spoke of a
    • unity and they perceived how the soul works everywhere in the bodily
    • We, however, find it possible to exist with such ideas. The majority
    • retrogression of humanity, but who were nevertheless initiated in a
    • reverse of the old clairvoyance — should make headway. And they
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • never there before. This wave of a special course of development then
    • (Verstandes und Gemütsseele) unfolded. Everything that humanity
    • ascending line of development. However, while the wonderful Greek
    • no longer so close to the human soul. Everything that thus
    • fourth post-Atlantean epoch lives in everything that constitutes our
    • intellect. Humanity thus became intelligent and clever, but clever
    • whatever of freedom, but he knew man! Indeed, he knew more about man
    • everything that is real, that once more enables us to have an insight
    • Everything that
    • of reverence for the spirituality of Christ. The theology which
    • asleep, when we walk about in our everyday life, steeped in illusions
    • studied for every epoch of time.
    • in everything that we inherited from our past earthly existences. We
    • “Scheren”, or shearing, that is announced in every
    • uttered so thoughtlessly, lives in the depths of our being. Whenever
    • right, nevertheless the spiritual Beings that serve Christ live
    • lives in everything that constitutes the development of the earth.
    • of no importance whatever in the face of such a task. It was
    • Everything that appears in the account-book of life is karmically
    • regard to everything that has been caused by the egoism of modern
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    • nevertheless at work in the physical world. Our physical environment
    • However, if men really take hold of the best possibilities for their
    • longer incarnates physically, there is nevertheless a similarity. If
    • those which can be understood by the healthy human reason. Everything
    • healthy reason to them, these experiences would be of no use whatever
    • away without being understood. People are never willing to believe
    • can have no true understanding of the super-sensible world. However
    • never uttered about the events of the last four or five years,
    • because people everywhere speak out of one or other national
    • everybody to-day ought constantly to repeat them to himself. Only so
    • reason in the right way, gains nothing whatever from his
    • that they want the new to be somehow veiled, whenever possible, in
    • way, we must have interest in all things — but never mere
    • about all things. If anthroposophical Spiritual Science were ever to
    • they nevertheless live. So the ego, together with the thoughts,
    • This is a reversal of the usual feeling, and to this reversal we must
    • reversal of feeling has been experienced. Then, when thinking is
    • of life, from all props, all crutches in the life of soul. Whenever
    • nothing whatever to do with the sense-world, but in complete freedom
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    • inmost impulses of the will surrendered themselves in reverent
    • man so deeply that it pervades everything he brings forth out of his
    • duties of ministers of the church; and there seemed every prospect of
    • everything that seeks to penetrate also into the life of science.
    • world. When I gave this advice I never performed a ritualistic act
    • but I had no part whatever in the founding of this Movement. It is a
    • of the Anthroposophical Movement today consider every method of
    • and I must here declare that everyone who is honest and sincere with
    • nervous system to become blood system. The several systems have to
    • feet. For everything of the nature of cult and ritual is finally
    • held clearly apart. Therefore in the beginning, since everything
    • been there, the Movement for Religious Renewal would never have
    • essential today in every sphere.
    • so that whenever it is necessary to stand up for the rights of the
    • sustained, in every direction, by persons who, because of the
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    • shown you that in every single case it can only speak of things from
    • physical world, merely sees the external aspect of everything
    • know of a house, if we would only go round it outside, without ever
    • going inside, so that we would never learn to know what it is like
    • and the heart.” This interior, however, that can thus
    • our body. Spatially speaking, they are outside. Nevertheless,
    • formed our stomach, or everything that exists, spatially speaking,
    • spiritual of forces. Strange though it may sound, I must nevertheless
    • the physical plane, it is natural to speak in that way; nevertheless
    • however, hand over to the earth that part of our physical body that
    • everything you can at all imagine in the environment of the earth,
    • the element of heat, separates and remains with the earth. But every
    • ever since the time of Saturn, were to stretch themselves into
    • birth can never rise up before our soul, the moment of death stands
    • new birth, we really exist everywhere in the world; we live in it
    • everywhere, except in that one place. This remains empty. It is the
    • (but nevertheless with a certain right) as a retrospective memory,
    • our past life. It does not, however, rise up in the same way in
    • is of such a kind that everything that occurred during our earthly
    • Everything that we now see before us, lives in the ether.
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    • environment of the ancient Scythian nation. However, a nation living
    • in the East. Indeed, we may say that everything of an inwardly
    • nature, temperament, character and soul, is related with everything
    • The European nations revered
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    • touch on at least a few of them again tonight. It was never really my
    • everything related to the life and development of the Society to
    • anthroposophy has to offer. On the other hand, however, a society
    • such as ours has to act as a vanguard in an ever wider disseminating
    • created? Everybody who has sought out the Anthroposophical Society
    • be called a reversing of human will impulses. A person is born into a
    • does so, this reversing of the direction of his will causes him to
    • Now everything that
    • from the life around one, in other words, everything of an ethical,
    • knowledge that corresponds to his in-turned will, that takes him ever
    • inconsequential and reverse the direction of his will again if he
    • can never satisfy a person with an in-turned will. Many an individual
    • itself. Everything that the will thus experiences as its destiny,
    • everything that the striving for insight recognizes as its seeking,
    • For the truth is that everything in life that flowers and bears fruit
    • mankind's evolution in the act of reversing one's will and
    • of one's humanity.” In other words, the reversing of the will,
    • were people predisposed to the reversal of their wills, to the living
    • all right too? Everyone was certainly left perfectly free. Nothing
    • us. They throw light, however, on the question of what must be done
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    • When, several days after, you see this man again, the fresh sight of him
    • everywhere on the physical body. Through these impacts, the light movements
    • Therefore the dead see everything that they have experienced, which the
    • death man sees everything pass before him; for the etheric has the tendency
    • something, however, that we must possess — this humility, this great
    • prevalent attitude of soul is that a clever man [and in his own opinion every
    • grown man is very clever today] that the clever man can form an opinion
    • in his own cleverness which every grown man has today, he simply ignores the
    • now knows, however, that there are a few men — who will be more and
    • with scorn and ridicule will attempt to interfere with everything that still
    • in their grasp everything that ought to be as free as the flowers that grow
    • everywhere; that we should feel truly within us that attention of mind which
    • felt. But a time is coming when, just as every effort for the healing of
    • mankind that is not stamped and certificated will be forbidden, so every word
    • in a recognized school. Everything will be forbidden that recalls in the most
    • beginning by realising the trend of events — wherever we can, we must
    • qualities disappear behind two: He believes everything and he forgets
    • everything. On these two principal qualities, possessed by all newspaper
    • the beliefs of their readers with tender care. A newspaper never brings to
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    • insights into the spiritual nature of everyday matters such as forgetting,
    • sense. Not only does this knowledge help us understand everyday life,
    • fail to understand many things they are encountering every moment of
    • in life, however, can never serve man's evolution nor his true
    • soul not to be able to remember everything all the time? We shall
    • body. Everything depending on repetition in man or animal is
    • activity of man's astral body. So we can say that everything
    • however, only extends as far as the physical, etheric and astral
    • have basically retained the same form. If, however, you compare the
    • would be a strange thing if you had to think that everything that had
    • made an impression on you since your childhood, every day of your
    • gradually disappears and is forgotten. It is there nevertheless, and
    • its inner force. The moment you forget the image, however, you set it
    • Everything
    • that happens, however, happens in conformity to law. Everything that
    • a hindrance to development. Everything in an organism that is not
    • for instance, a man could receive impressions and never get them out
    • we can say about everyday things of the moment also applies to things
    • the impression it made on us every time we see him, then we relate
    • develop his memory, and if everything that makes an impression on him
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    • insights into the spiritual nature of everyday matters such as forgetting,
    • cannot be immediately understood by every newcomer. But there is
    • nevertheless; and when you lend lectures to one another you cannot
    • These could well appear to have nothing in common; however, you will
    • than has ever existed in the religious sphere. The papacy of
    • However it is just the task of a really spiritual movement to awaken
    • thinking. However, if we follow this or that slogan, or give special
    • and put everything under the heading of psychological cures and
    • is a complicated being and that everything to do with man is
    • profession, who would never admit to being sworn materialists; they
    • world. So that however pious a doctor is and however many ideas he
    • has regarding this or the other spiritual world, if he nevertheless
    • they only had a body, then however spiritually minded he believes
    • himself to be, he is nevertheless a materialist. For it does not
    • fourfold nature and for everybody to go repeating that man consists
    • ego, then however much you study anatomy and physiology you would not
    • impossible. And you would never be able to say anything of any value
    • acid. One thing, however, is left out of account, although, needless
    • what flows out as coagulating blood, however fresh it is, is no proof
    • Everything
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    • insights into the spiritual nature of everyday matters such as forgetting,
    • bringing forth another being of like kind. You must realise, however,
    • and how little could actually happen in human life, as everybody
    • would want to do the same thing as everybody else. But in ancient
    • person, however, did not remain the same throughout his life. Because
    • everything that happened in his environment work upon him. The
    • influence on him. If people go on a long journey nowadays, however
    • olden times. Everything had the greatest influence on people, and so
    • not have noticed before but which is nevertheless true.
    • merely listening is joining in everything the other one is doing.
    • speaker. Everything you hear you also say with a gentle movement of
    • this respect the human being does everything the other person is
    • person made a gesture, then everyone else made the same gesture too.
    • as the earth and everything upon it became denser and denser man
    • time as the moon departed, however, the division into sexes took
    • spiritual science that everything around us which influences us, be
    • everything that was in man and that worked upon him came from the
    • everything that formerly helped to form man came from the
    • experiences in the physical world. Every time the sexes glow with
    • worst part of man. Whoever looks deeper into human nature will find
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    • insights into the spiritual nature of everyday matters such as forgetting,
    • Otherwise we would have to start from the beginning every year.
    • be far removed from the previous lectures but which will nevertheless
    • to do everything in his power to bring the patient through this
    • recognised today by every sensible doctor, though doctors cannot
    • quite literally, namely that your ego never stays the same for the
    • however, does not bring us to the end of the matter. Quite definite
    • processes are rhythmically repeated in the physical body too, however
    • said, however, you will find a new way of looking at a thought I
    • those spirits that regulated our whole cosmos — for everything
    • to people nowadays as mere fantasy, although it is nevertheless true.
    • of the ego rhythm. And this is true, however astonishing it sounds.
    • see how everything that is physical around us is actually an outcome
    • that sets everything going.
    • feverish temperature. A temperature is the most beneficial,
    • fever is now suppressed. Through the fact that the particular part of
    • the fever. The opposing rhythm of the body now suppresses the
    • person is ill, however, his life is endangered when the fever is
    • reversed on the seventh day, in an ill person the ascending process
    • of Atlantean times, however, things have shifted. Man's inner life
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    • insights into the spiritual nature of everyday matters such as forgetting,
    • however, establish a rough figure, and say that it goes through its
    • Everything in the physical organism is an expression or outcome of
    • of the etheric body. Whenever you have a temperature it has this
    • got going, it would never drop again; so seven days later this point
    • difficult but which can nevertheless be understood, we can begin to
    • of our own human members. For the time being, however, we need only
    • say that the movements or rhythms of the clock hands are set every
    • also been displaced. Man would never have become an independent being
    • severing himself from external rhythm. He has become like a clock
    • Nature’, they want to bring life into reverse instead of
    • inner lack of order. This is the case in almost every sphere. Only
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    • insights into the spiritual nature of everyday matters such as forgetting,
    • All this, however, only points to that aspect of illness that is
    • certain way for use in the future. Nevertheless an extract of the
    • earthly life — in reverse sequence. Assuming that a man dies in
    • gone through in life in the reverse order, beginning with his
    • first moments and being absolved of everything, he can then enter
    • could say a great deal about it, of course. Today, however, we shall
    • when he was twenty, so that it really hurt. In his reverse journey
    • in the spiritual world everything you yourself did in the external
    • everything right in one life. It depends entirely on whether the
    • closest to our requirements. They never, however, entirely
    • more or less to overcome everything not suited to it, though this is
    • capable of doing a particular deed. The urge is there, nevertheless,
    • become capable of everything that we ourselves have taken through the
    • This, however, is not necessarily an immediate drawback. Man has to
    • developing himself in such a way that everything can come to
    • destroyed, and a severe illness can result. Then comes the
    • and life becomes impossible. A severe illness breaks out, and the
    • must not necessarily think of spiritual enlightenment every time;
    • of karma triggers off illness. Therefore we should never really be
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    • insights into the spiritual nature of everyday matters such as forgetting,
    • something that is absolutely a part of everyday life. And perhaps,
    • include in this cycle of lectures this winter a study of the everyday
    • carefully in every single case, if you wanted to see what was causing
    • of the astral body. That is the spiritual state of affairs. Every
    • the ego is contracting the astral body. Every time someone laughs,
    • everything spiritual in man finds expression in the body, and the
    • Every
    • meaninglessly. However, as he has his ego within him and can work
    • laughter are everyday occurrences, but we do not understand them
    • laugh and cry involuntarily, giggle on every occasion and have no
    • we have shown that really the most everyday things can be understood
    • and weeping are such everyday occurrences. The animal does not laugh
    • can only acquire by taking from the environment everything we
    • the fact that whoever has overcome his ego to the point of no longer
    • he laughs. Indeed, in what goes on around us every day, we have, if
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 8: The Manifestation of the Ego in the Different Races of Men
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    • insights into the spiritual nature of everyday matters such as forgetting,
    • we became familiar with every day expressions of man's inner life,
    • this. What we are going to describe today, however, shall be
    • effect of the centre of the earth on its surface and everything
    • with the separation of sun and moon. This, however, led to a quite
    • with his whole being! Everything that refers to ‘giants’
    • very clever. This is entirely based on what could be said of the
    • wicked and in whom everything had turned to flesh. You might even
    • and characteristics, however, developed on innumerable different
    • maintained a balance. Such people were scattered about everywhere.
    • people, however, who had developed their ego being too little, and
    • people who had a strong ego-feeling which nevertheless kept a balance
    • with various shades of dark skin, and mixed with them, acquired every
    • that are sheaths for every possible level of soul, from the
    • physical existence, to the other levels of passive souls in every
    • still spiritual, just as with the ancient Lemurians everything was
    • Christ. In Europe everything was prepared for the Christ. And because
    • Atlantis in whom everything still went directly into the body, these
    • within themselves everything that had to be developed. At the other
    • which they seek within themselves. We, however, look back to our good
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    • insights into the spiritual nature of everyday matters such as forgetting,
    • action and deed. Today, however, we want to give a few concluding
    • passes through several births. The human being is born into the
    • If you watch a very young child for several weeks or months, you will
    • forces. However, these currents and forces gradually become less
    • although not free, is nevertheless working in him from the start. And
    • lay it in front of you, you can say: Everything that I shall see
    • however, the etheric body does not extend very far beyond the
    • and evolution, every new plant is an exact repetition of the last
    • consideration everything that belongs to evolution. Let us take the
    • whatever to do with the possibilities of development in the other
    • development. Everything that comes forth in the lily of the valley is
    • however, it has become for him an experience. Something has arisen in
    • on whether you are clever or not. Your train of argument does not
    • to relate to things in this way. Everything was pure necessity then.
    • property of his soul and are stored up within it. All this, however,
    • reaching Venus, man will not be able to say: Everything from Saturn,
    • our ego. Henceforth, however, they will need what is formed by the
    • in short, in everything that man himself produces. Let us say you see
    • it. This laughter has nothing whatever to do with your karma. A
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    • only at the very beginning of the path of attainment. This, however,
    • Mystery of Golgotha and the four Gospels. Nothing, however, would be
    • however, be dealt with in the forthcoming lectures, the reason being
    • is therefore essential to regard whatever comes to pass as something
    • particularly true of everything that man can himself bring about in
    • Whatever is outwardly visible in a case of spiritual healing is only
    • respect of knowledge, of perception, however, there is a difference.
    • How does perception come about in everyday life on the physical
    • plane? Everyone is aware that with the exception of certain spheres
    • what otherwise they do to us. This, however, is already near to being
    • We ourselves must set before our soul whatever is to be
    • contemplate everything from many sides. Mental pictures and concepts
    • matter of knowing something, we must exert every possible effort to
    • a cloud of visions. Everything around us is vision; we ourselves are
    • aspect, especially as it is experienced by everyone who is living
    • Here begins the true reverence for the divine-spiritual forces which
    • of life. The sacred riddle that every human being should be to us can
    • person's karma can be influenced in a certain way. We must, however,
    • recognise that for a certain period after death whatever is a burden
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    • after death. Understanding of every human soul without distinction of
    • that understanding can become more complete. Let us, however, begin
    • study that everyone can undertake for himself.
    • the human Ego, the ‘I’. A distinction must however be
    • consciousness. It must be clear to everyone that from the time a
    • that if from the earliest periods after birth a child were never to
    • come into any sort of collision with the outer world, he could never
    • this, however, is that collisions shall continue to take place. These
    • observation, for instance, of the moment of waking will, however,
    • help everyone to realise that this ‘I’-consciousness can
    • ‘I’-consciousness could never develop if we were not
    • rather different from what it is to the ‘I’. Everyday
    • Our ‘I’ is something — never mind for
    • a fact that every human being can recognise. At the same time he can
    • realise that as a human being never fulfils his ideal value, his ‘I’
    • bringing about his own destruction. However, as long as we remain
    • of a moral or an immoral life. There are of course nuances of every
    • everything transitory in physical things and in man himself is after
    • the attitude of soul in every individual should incline to
    • faiths and systems of thought. In the Sun sphere, however, since we
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    • Nevertheless it may be possible to verify that had we been in the
    • life. For our inner life, however, it is certainly of importance.
    • have been the same as if you had never been involved? Would it not
    • world in the spiritual world and reverberate through it. It is not
    • what might have happened, nevertheless there are times in life when
    • quite clear that wherever we are placed in life we are faced
    • course of everyday life in order to study the works or the interplay
    • time; but time has nothing whatever to do with any of the metal parts
    • sunlight withdraws; in respect of his Ego and astral body, however,
    • Wherever and whenever in the course of the ages a
    • Macrocosm and in every epoch of evolution it will be right to
    • had several brothers, all of whom were as poor as church mice. One
    • girl: “I will paint for you the finest picture ever known if
    • showing that right thinking can lead beyond the things of everyday
    • not paid attention to everything that can be gathered from the
    • at a later time. Now, however, it must be made clear that when a man
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    • however, there is a certain difference between his connection with
    • and rebirth, however, a man beholds how forces from the world of
    • Zodiac. He looks out as it were from every point of the Zodiac, that
    • correct as this is from one point of view, it nevertheless presents
    • in appearance at all events; we cannot, however, speak of an actual
    • coloured chalks which would have indicated the several members of
    • astral body leave the human being during sleep is, however, strictly
    • very great. Our present age, however, has a definite advantage over
    • the sky. And being very clever he looks at a chart of the heavens
    • actually perceived. They did not, however, perceive in the way that
    • changed. Men had lost their sensitivity for everything I have been
    • cosmic spheres. This is everywhere present in the depths of your own
    • After death, however, it is a torch which from a certain point of
    • death, however, he actually beholds them. Here on Earth,
    • but nevertheless objectively present. After death man is a direct
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    • thirteenth century we associate everything that has to do with the
    • Mystery Centre referred to above; but everything was clothed in a
    • remoteness from the world and everyday experience — let them
    • planetary spheres. Since the last death, every soul incarnated on the
    • with the fundamental laws of evolution, whenever we return to the
    • evolution. Whenever we pass into a planetary sphere after death —
    • every iota of spirituality and thinking only of the external
    • materialistic conception of the world. Nevertheless the results of
    • we revere under the name of Christian Rosenkreutz to prevent
    • to every human soul, living no matter where, the possibility of
    • make it possible for every human soul to discover for itself the path
    • should be compatible with every status in life, that humanity should
    • by the Gods — in which, however, men must participate because
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    • be an ever deepening understanding of the Christ Impulse. Everything
    • You are aware that everything connected with the subject
    • although Rosicrucianism must, we are told, be included in everything
    • Ego, together with everything that belongs to these members. We know,
    • is the principle that remains intact although everything else in the
    • refuted by every sleep at night, for then this ‘I’ is
    • with an intelligence much greater than that of a parrot will never
    • clairvoyance; convulsive movements of every kind were characteristic
    • something that comes out of the head like writhing snakes. Every head
    • time. On the Old Moon the head was still exposed in several places
    • clairvoyance, simply with the clairvoyant faculty possessed by every
    • moulded the physical brain. But everything of which he is aware
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    • within the human being. Growth, however, continues until checked by
    • invalidate the regular seven-year cycle. We shall, however, always
    • discover that whatever comes in this way into the life of man and
    • until the seventh year of his life, does everything they do for him
    • at work. Whenever formative principles are active, whenever forms
    • him, and recognise that even in everyday life the influences of
    • centuries, however, people attached more weight to authorities whom
    • errors.’ To realise this, however, is not as important as it is
    • secondly, it was not possible in his day to give out everything he
    • knew in the way of which he would have been capable. Nevertheless his
    • dimmer and dimmer, darker and darker. An ever-fading life of soul
    • advanced peoples then on the Earth, and their sages had every reason
    • advanced peoples, however, can become conscious after death only to
    • are merely the recruits; nevertheless this is the beginning of the
    • opinion have no significance or power whatever in man's life between
    • public opinion with him into the spiritual world and whatever element
    • significance whatever, and after death it is irrelevant whether
    • radical or reactionary. This has no significance whatever in the
    • which are inevitable in the course of evolution. Men can, however,
    • him ever freer from the influence of public opinion.
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    • certain point there is a reversal of vision. Everything that was
    • this is an experience of the moment of the last death in reverse.
    • everyday life we want to think or form judgements, but for that very
    • on man himself. It is actually as if everything else were blotted out
    • nothing except Man. What would never be seen by day, in the waking
    • everything except the real being of man, through the spiritual
    • see everything that is hidden from the ordinary perception of waking
    • of a grown-up person, however, or of a child from a certain age
    • process of decay, of destruction. Every night during sleep the forces
    • of destruction are ever and again subjugated by the forces of growth;
    • never the equal of those that have been used up during the waking
    • Study of the life between death and rebirth, however,
    • that period, however, the experience of connection with the previous
    • life between death and rebirth, a reversal of all ordinary vision and
    • perception takes place, a reversal far more radical than takes place
    • that the stomach, the liver, the spleen, are within us. Everything
    • subsequently to be his. And what is true of Goethe is true of every
    • visible is what has come from the Earth; everything else is
    • earthly realm itself. Everything else stems from cosmic, not from
    • then seeing the reverse of what is perceived clairvoyantly during
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    • namely, the Beings of the several higher Hierarchies. Let us ask
    • receive everything that the super-sensible world can give us, even if
    • false. Every world has its own special mission. And what a man can
    • an utterance such as this seems very clever, very subtle. But if only
    • speech, he would never learn to speak. And so anyone who argues
    • became morose and hypochondriacal, finding everything distasteful.
    • everything that can further the health of beings on the Earth, can
    • Everything that happens in physical life is directed by the beings
    • because they are obliged to. Of course they would never neglect their
    • in everyday life but for which they feel enthusiasm and devotion.
    • everything that brings health and to experience the bliss that can
    • able to work spiritually for an ever intensifying process of healing
    • This by no means applies to everybody. There are some people who take
    • no trouble to adjust themselves to the world and are never at home
    • however, we will think only of the effects upon the life between
    • Everything becomes cause and everything produces
    • in the form of Anthroposophy. We need not, however, be dejected by
    • A certain form of mediation is, however, possible in
    • possibility exists that even if we never previously came in contact
    • becomes fuller and more spiritual when everything is influenced by
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    • lives through these regions which enclose ever more extensive cosmic
    • functions of the several planets. It is now a matter of harmonising
    • sense-impressions. If you ‘think away’ everything that
    • say: When the soul passes through the gate of death, everything given
    • by the senses comes to an end and whatever is left can at most only
    • their own distinctive colouring in every individual. Whereas thoughts
    • however, he then rids himself of this longing too.
    • Mercury sphere. On approaching the Mercury sphere, however, the soul
    • must finally have finished even with everything that transcends
    • merely personal experience; in the Mercury region with whatever moral
    • whatever religious conceptions have been developed, in the region of
    • the Sun with whatever understanding has been acquired of the
    • true Spiritland. Nevertheless this is the case. Everything that on
    • Land of Spirit it is an immediate reality, one which grows ever
    • of Spiritland that it can never correspond with what can be
    • reverse order, through all the preceding conditions. On this journey
    • through the Sun region it has finished with every element of
    • transcends everything that is personal. What the soul then
    • This means liberation from everything that is significant on the
    • everything that is earthly. After the soul has become inwardly free
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    • everything that individual religious creeds have to say about the
    • everything outside; let us imagine that no report of the Mystery of
    • other people had thinking ever been like that! However sceptical
    • anyone may be, however little he may care to know about the Mystery
    • we have enclosed there was a deepening of thought never previously
    • and brings it to a loftier view of itself. Whatever else you may
    • thought underwent its deepening; to shut out everything else,
    • material substance was there to start with, and out of it everything
    • spiritual developed side by side with everything physical.” And
    • spiritual evolution, and who reveal themselves in ever-mounting
    • and permeates everything that comes into being in the realms of
    • sense of the Gnosis — raised himself above everything in which
    • in human souls, however deeply enmeshed in the material world the
    • everywhere with this deepening of Greek thought we find that other
    • cannot take the answer from the Gnostics, for it could never satisfy
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    • everything earthly and comes from spiritual realms; such a Being can
    • essence of humanity which had never before been incarnated in the
    • was hidden from these Gnostics. Hence they were never satisfied — or at
    • least their followers were never satisfied — with what they could say
    • see everywhere that the Gnostics tried to master with their concepts
    • there. In this fourth epoch, however, men lack the possibility of
    • one listens that every Sibyl is a spiritual fanatic who wants to
    • similar, quietly taking into well-ordered minds whatever it is they
    • everything that can accrue to man from the elemental secrets of the
    • be read — something like that! In these Sibyls everything is
    • lacking. They had everything for which the Gnostics, and the
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    • for at the present day one cannot say everything in public.
    • everything went on normally. Because the Luciferic and Ahrimanic
    • order; not, however, from all the planets, but only from Sun, Moon
    • reverenced a variety of gods. These gods were the reflections or
    • everything that led them, on the most important occasions, to take
    • Earth. For Apollo was never physically embodied, but he worked
    • We see how the Greeks revered in the god they called,
    • reflection revered by the Greeks, but Apollo himself? A celestial
    • who had taken part in the evolution of the Ego would never have found
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    • workings of Time — Zervan Akarana. Not, however, the abstract
    • everything that was disclosed by the true, authentic Chronology of
    • Greeks reverenced Apollo, the reflection of the Nathan Jesus-child as
    • occultism. But in revering Apollo the Greeks did not look on the sun
    • never reveal its particular secrets unless it is studied as Geology,
    • everything we find handed down by the Bible from Hebrew antiquity
    • everywhere we should find that the spirit of Earth prevails in all
    • conceptions of the world will never be understood unless it is
    • parts of the Earth, so that everything belonging to the Earth should
    • to prevent it from ever breaking out.
    • to suppress everything Pythian in their souls and to cultivate solely
    • together with everything that leads the soul into unconscious depths,
    • encountered first among the Jews — whatever nonsense learned
    • everything had to rest on the alliance with God and the principle of
    • himself never went about on Earth. If you reflect on that, the
    • severity of God — severity to those who fell away, divine
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    • souls of the Sibyls — should never be called good or bad in
    • also that from an early age the child began to notice everything
    • Friday he came to a hermit, named Trevericent. The hermit tells him
    • research has never been able to trace this Kyot and regards him as
    • with the hermit Trevericent. This meeting with the hermit is
    • Our Lord I thought of never more
    • very well interpret it, however much one may try to immerse oneself
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    • something does nevertheless pass through the physical matter. This
    • recollect all that we have ever said about this Sun-spirit in
    • emphasised that on every Good Friday, and thus during the Easter
    • therefore, everyone can see this picture of the Holy Grail. According
    • shown how these revelations must be looked for, and can everywhere be
    • atmosphere and everywhere else. The influx of the elements was felt
    • of again yielding lawful revelations. Never willingly did the true
    • Eve — the vowels are never clearly pronounced — Eve! Add
    • With that, revered Duke, I bring my report to a
    • souls there would not be harmony everywhere. In human souls we find
    • these spirits from then onwards: whenever they could speak to men
    • reverence due to God and misleading unhappy men. And now, although
    • which had freed itself from everything earthly.
    • wound bums as it had never burnt before.
    • never be understood unless it is approached with the pure and
    • the saga: that whenever a King of the Grail, a truly appointed
    • everywhere. In human souls we find harmonious pre-dispositions of an
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    • ancient Saturn laws. If, however, we look from what stands before us
    • however, it is not active in that which develops from the ovum to the
    • intention was to give everything that could stimulate the mind and
    • you will find everywhere how the Christ-Impulse rules in them. It is
    • produced entirely out of the inner being. And everywhere we find that
    • You see how everything is linked
    • public. The anthroposophist will find it however if he reads the book
    • From this you see, however, how
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    • characters of the several planets.
    • everything that radiates upon it — the radiations of the solar
    • as a mirror of the universe — then radiates them back in every
    • every other radiation in cosmic space is also reflected by the Moon.
    • Such an image would tell us nothing whatever about the man's
    • tells us about everything else in the universe, Saturn tells
    • steadfastly participated in whatever has come to pass in our
    • are opposed to progress, who ever and again want to bring back the
    • his sphere whatever in the cosmos is accessible to him — which
    • is not everything. Mars is the most talkative planet in our system,
    • dream. Mars has a great longing to be always talking, and whenever
    • approach her. She has no desire for the universe and rejects every
    • responsive to everything that comes from the Earth. The Earth is, so
    • know nothing of it. But she lovingly reflects whatever comes from the
    • transforms everything, just as a dream transforms the happenings of
    • not, however, repel everything in the same way. In her heart,
    • what comes from the Earth. As I said before, she declines every
    • the world. Venus receives into herself everything that comes from the
    • in whatever is capable of co-ordination. Mercury is the domain
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    • this way — many things are almost self-evident, nevertheless it
    • observed through the senses, should never be met with objections
    • obvious, we nevertheless frequently hear objections raised against
    • correspond with these descriptions, I shall never adapt myself to such
    • never be based upon the argument that the world has a meaning only if
    • aspect, can never enable us to say anything concerning the
    • insight into the spiritual world. In every sphere of life there are
    • A special riddle is everything that we experience in the
    • form of destiny, between birth and death — everything we
    • destiny. Undoubtedly, every case has its individual aspect. But just
    • from his sight at a time when he never thought of losing him.
    • tied in a different way. Thus, everything we experience with the
    • and interweave (I have often mentioned this), we must, nevertheless
    • that during our life between death and a new birth every situation
    • not only to this one life, but also to everything which we must
    • In a certain respect, every result or effect is already contained in
    • Of course, the details differ for every individual case,
    • light on these things. Let us ask, above everything, what is violent
    • victories never cease. The direct contemplation of death from the
    • however, only if we know the corresponding facts pertaining to the
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    • ordinary, every-day human thoughts, only the head is concerned as an
    • every-day life, they are by no means without significance for us. No,
    • nevertheless they make themselves felt in the sympathies and
    • all the impressions of the human beings with who we have ever been,
    • our everyday life is not wide-awake but runs along more or less
    • of communication with the elemental world. With it, however, we do
    • several relationships — one person to a given set of elemental
    • beings. One thing, however, must be observed in this connection.
    • than human beings or animals in the physical — beings, however,
    • who never come to incarnation, but only to
    • certain number, however, are more nearly related to ourselves, and
    • clear on this. Every thought, every idea, every feeling we develop
    • — however hidden it remains — is of significance for the
    • read it in imaginations. There is, however, this condition. If a
    • individuality of the dead is living. However, one can only do so if
    • We shall never learn
    • our lives. However consistent we may think the course of life has
    • several of those who have gone before them through the Gate of Death
    • even if, in our every-day life, for very good reasons, it remains
    • is ever present in our environment, and to which we ourselves belong
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    • deeds, of everything he causes to happen — in short, his karma.
    • in recent centuries. However, it must be said that the intellect has
    • may not have applied to everyone but certainly to those who had
    • it was the same everywhere in western academic circles. But —
    • However, in order to fructify the developed intellect, a stream of
    • — in all the kingdoms of nature, in every star, in every
    • separated. However, it must be stressed that everything of a solid,
    • that older folks used to see gnomes in everything earthy. However,
    • contained in everything of a solid earthy nature. The outstanding
    • cleverness, cunning, slyness — in fact, a one-sidedly
    • elemental kind who are very much more clever than human beings. Even
    • do these beings consist of cleverness, of super-cleverness.
    • are no longer tolerated and must be cured. However, as so many cures
    • chemical ether and life ether. However, these beings of the higher
    • resort, chemistry and physics have no value whatever beyond the
    • As already mentioned, whatever physical laws are discovered,
    • whatever is investigated concerning the atomic weight of individual
    • elements or whatever chemical formulae are produced, all these
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    • science has followed up to now will have shown you that in every
    • aspect of everything that lives within the physical body. Even
    • outside, without ever going inside, so that we would never learn to
    • however, that can thus be studied from outside, this spatial
    • outside. Nevertheless, they were built by forces that are far more
    • spiritual than those that formed our stomach or everything that
    • sound, I must nevertheless point out that we really speak of
    • way; nevertheless the way in which we speak of ourselves is quite
    • itself. We cannot, however, hand over to the earth that part of our
    • If you now think of everything you can at all imagine in
    • warmth, separates and remains with the earth. But every other
    • have worked upon your physical body, ever since the time of Old
    • immediate contemplation of our birth can never rise up before our
    • Between death and a new birth we really exist everywhere
    • forces. We are everywhere, except in that one place. This remains
    • memory is inappropriately designated (but nevertheless with a
    • not, however, rise up in the same way in which an ordinary memory
    • everything that occurred during our early life now surrounds us
    • occurs successively within the stream of time. Everything that we
    • something that is alive. Everything within it lives and weaves.
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    • Spirits ever watchful. Guardians of their souls,
    • Spirits ever watchful. Guardians of their souls,
    • which are closed to the usual everyday knowledge, the usual
    • possible, at these meetings, to explain everything from its
    • our work, and become ever stronger, as we can well see, yet we may
    • if we are not able to see into it. They believe this, however, only
    • world-conception, which has, however, held mankind more or less in
    • In any case, however, the way in which we are united
    • you have never had before, and you learn to understand this. You have
    • falling away of our physical body, we should never be able to develop
    • most wonderful thing, which can ever anew stand before man's
    • for several days.
    • having laid aside our physical body, we can still think everything
    • etheric body, but it is bound, nevertheless, to the physical body.
    • nevertheless, whatever happens to it there, remains visible to
    • We must never think, for instance, as the fanatics so
    • everywhere, just so truly are we, at the same time, surrounded by
    • the dead leave behind. It is only states of consciousness that sever
    • being does not take part in them, then they can never damage a human
    • everybody knows, roughly speaking, that when he looks upon a blue
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    • modern human thinking, but which nevertheless belongs to the most
    • the Mission of the several Folk-spirits, as that which brings, out of
    • which is usually most dear to a man’. This, however, is not
    • several Folk-souls of humanity, should for once be spoken of quite
    • individuals belonging to the several peoples will only be able to
    • outer senses, but is nevertheless an absolutely real being.
    • will be — a feeble prototype it is true, but nevertheless a
    • man and those beings who are now only at the human stage. However
    • spirit-body, just as it is awake in the everyday state of
    • certain, however highly evolved he may be on the earth, that he can
    • etheric bodies. In a distant future, however, one will be able from
    • to-day. Man will, however, be able to do this when he has evolved
    • possess in the birds, and especially in those which migrate every
    • the several different groups of people are the individual missions of
    • But in everything which evolves in and with the peoples
    • in which the several Folkspirits take a part. You may observe this in
    • another in various ages, because in every age there is something that
    • together, something which is understood everywhere to a greater or
    • Thus for every epoch we can find the ‘Spirit of
    • being in the Spirit of the Age. Nevertheless behind the word
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    • consciousness there arises over every part of our earth a peculiar
    • Germany. It is true that every man has his own etheric body, and it
    • is also true that a kind of etheric aura towers up over every part of
    • brought about from outside, in a certain sense. Every one of these
    • Theosophy, but which is never really understood, at least not in all
    • its depths, holds good in the widest sense; everything seen outside
    • man. The difference existing in this respect between the several
    • intimate way upon the several human souls in this interweaving into
    • however, wish to take into consideration to-day. If you remember what
    • then their normal stage of evolution. There is, however, a remarkable
    • Beings, the law which brings it about that at every stage certain
    • stage, they cannot, however, as yet do this completely, because they
    • A similar co-operation is however to be found in yet
    • That is an historical fact. Just think however, what
    • credible and clear; one has to express everything in words which can
    • depict the facts somewhat figuratively, which however correspond to
    • everywhere else, because such a cooperation took place between the
    • That, however, is what must be observed in all other peoples, namely,
    • the several books in which in any, part of the world the conception
    • several personalities of the people. Each one feels something
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    • called human self-consciousness. Nevertheless the ‘ I ’
    • three modifications in the etheric body. As, however, these three
    • You may nevertheless form an idea of it if you will patiently follow
    • that you could never learn that by any sort of external experience. I
    • this external experience can never inform you that these three angles
    • it will in every case bring this certainty; you may carry out the
    • tones, they do not perceive at all. A Being of this kind never has
    • these perceptions, it is never possible for him to touch a thing and
    • everything which you have received by means of external perceptions,
    • part of it exists for the Folk-spirits?’ Everything you
    • But in the intellectual-soul of man there are, however, certain
    • hearts would never be able to glow with enthusiasm for an ideal which
    • indeed be an enthusiast but never a practical man. We must not absorb
    • by the intellectual-soul or mind-soul feelings. Then, however, you
    • On this world beyond, however, the outlook is closed to ordinary
    • nevertheless we cannot say that the ‘ I ’ of
    • central points, are the several human personalities, the several
    • specialized, and he can make use of the several persons and work for
    • within, but it is nevertheless foreign to him. This to him is just
    • Archangel feels, it is true, that everything is happening within him,
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    • and at the foundations from which the several peoples spring, we must
    • activity of the several Beings, do we learn to understand how through
    • would far prefer everything to go on with a certain regularity, and
    • appearance, quite a different form. Everything would have happened
    • reason, however, man has become more dependent on the earth upon
    • mankind. If one thinks of it as if everything moves round a fixed
    • really no idea that everything is in a state of evolution, and that
    • ever in the same way, as Mr. Sinnett wrongly describes in his
    • under the influence of these forces, but they nevertheless impress
    • several points, we get a remarkable line. This line still holds good
    • abnormal forces and Beings of the Universe, we shall nevertheless
    • conformity with the inner character of our mission in every part of
    • development of the races. Then, however, we see the races
    • characteristics of the several peoples. Each individual in his own
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    • other ground than that of Spiritual Science; for whatever we may hear
    • about the character of this or that people, and however our feelings
    • as this, will nevertheless produce discontent and disharmony in
    • reincarnation, how every nation, even the smallest, has to contribute
    • several influences of the missions of the peoples flow into the whole
    • however, can only come gradually before our mental eyes.
    • characters of the several Folk-souls, we shall have to make use of
    • into space in every direction. Certainly a man could not walk about
    • the earth, out in every direction; and that which comes in from
    • Nevertheless this would certainly not suffice to enable
    • element, not however our present-day water, but the old fluidic
    • element of air, in everything which permeates the apparent earthy
    • work in what we know as heat, they are behind every sort of heat.
    • everything there in the way of nature-forces and phenomena is
    • essentially to be ascribed to the second Hierarchy. Everything we see
    • the Spirits of Form weave and live. Since, however, the activities of
    • Everything which on our earth regulates construction and
    • Man, however, does not hear it. If to him the music of the spheres
    • when he could hear it. It sounds forth, however, both day and night,
    • however, are such that man could later unfold the inner forces of
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    • forces does not correspond to their first direction, but the reverse
    • only advance little by little in our knowledge; nevertheless, from
    • centered in the several planets. From this we see, that through these
    • then drew through the central points from which the several races
    • however in their rays which return from the Earth. When he looks up
    • centered in the several Planetary Spirits (with the exception of the
    • Ethiopian race. Everything which gives the Ethiopian race its special
    • the astral body, the nervous system. They operate however in a
    • character of the race. There is, however, something very peculiar in
    • such, that among the Greeks everything that acts upon the senses was
    • people attained its greatness. Everything the Greeks saw in the way
    • several peoples within this basic race which were formed by the
    • all that we must describe as the Saturn-race, in everything to which
    • In a race such as this, everything which existed in the
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    • the Atlantean catastrophe, ever since the post-Atlantean development
    • We have seen that everything belonging to the Semitic
    • You may look round wherever you will in the world, and you will see
    • started from several gods. Begin with the trinity of ancient India,
    • and so on. Everywhere you will find a trinity and this again divided
    • If man were however to look out into the great cosmos,
    • it would never lead to a real understanding of the world, to a
    • comprehensive and exact view of it. Nevertheless in the
    • represented by this people with a certain abstract severity, with an
    • fill their several parts with rich contents, to fill themselves with
    • All that could possibly ever be spun out of the unity by
    • understand the several Folk-spirits. Whereas the leaders of the
    • several peoples over in Asia and Africa had long since risen to the
    • the several peoples of Europe were still for a long time guided by
    • their several Archangels. It was only in the fourth post-Atlantean
    • as Spirit of the Age. Hence, however, something of the greatest
    • and right down to the Egyptians and Greeks the several Archangels
    • various peoples and tribes who are guided by their several
    • will be a source for everything which may again be changed and
    • still carried on by the Archangels themselves, because the several
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    • nevertheless something quite unique. It is true that a very
    • everywhere only the mere externals are compared. The impression made
    • Nevertheless this comparison is extremely popular at the present day.
    • regards everything else in human evolution they had made very great
    • occurrences out of their own knowledge, which, however, was a divine
    • and an earlier life, of a time when they saw everything in an ocean
    • that which was to be carried into every single ‘ I ’
    • pulsates in the blood of the physical body and that everything within
    • corresponds to something without, everything microcosmic to something
    • everywhere ruling in the wind, he saw how he formed speech by means
    • born. Hence the ‘ I ’ is everywhere felt to be
    • he felt the force of one of the most powerful Angels that had ever
    • been known and revered, because he was a mighty Being who was seen to
    • Giants). Everything which existed during the Atlantean epoch is
    • Beings, who, however, came from quite another quarter than those we
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    • from what he is with regard to every other object. If you ‘know’
    • mythological culture. Over there in the East everything is
    • everywhere placed in the centre of human life, according to its
    • is given to considering everything in its relation to the ‘ I
    • everything that had taken part in this development of the ‘ I ’
    • Ever since the Lemurian epoch those forces we call Luciferic have
    • ‘devil’ is spoken of; but whenever Ahriman is in
    • out that everything that appears in the physical body as sickness and
    • is connected with karma. Sickness and death would never have come to
    • clearness, are made at almost every step. Imagine the case of a man
    • The expression for everything that was dimness of
    • seeing things in their true form. Whenever any part of the external
    • the old clairvoyance, into which, however, the ‘ I ’
    • plays everywhere.
    • should everywhere find that these things throw light upon the matter,
    • received Loki's influence. Loki, however, brought it about that
    • There were, however, still a few who were able to see directly that
    • Scandinavians. They then felt: ‘Everything we formerly
    • they always longed for it, and they have ever told of a world which
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    • veiled and hidden. Occultly, however, Sif signifies the group-soul of
    • Every single people has its particular task. There above
    • themselves, and they brought the ‘ I ’ into ever
    • mentioned that the several post-Atlantean civilizations follow one
    • the Roman people. Everything that the Roman people had, under the
    • All the several shades of culture and the missions of
    • through the impulse of the Sentient Soul. If you study the several
    • The great world-historical effects, however, which we
    • as yet inwardly. If, however, you recognize how this union came about
    • Thus many shades were necessary, for the several peoples
    • mythology, but they are nevertheless nothing but the result of the
    • one, for it must reverently await the penetrating of the Spirit-Self
    • everything which is to happen in the future, must in a certain way be
    • world of the Cosmic Father. Everything that is creatively active in
    • permeates another one. It is a world which is, however, conceived of
    • A fifth world is that which comprises everything
    • and everything which has been expressed in the many theological
    • realized Christ in His complete form. This can, however, only be done
    • State and the people, which takes everything it finds in order to
    • Everything that we find in the East, from the general
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    • of what belongs to this rich subject. I may, however, hope that it
    • imaginative form is wonderfully connected with everything we can
    • epoch. Every time new beings were born in the soft, plastic,
    • has heard something about Karma, of how everything in the world takes
    • The Mystery-training will nevertheless not become
    • world since the event of Golgotha, will be seen by an ever increasing
    • The manifestations of Christ will be ever higher and
    • everything from the physical plane; it was therefore necessary that
    • become the most wonderful manifestation for mankind. Everything that
    • fantasy, everything that the first pioneers of the new
    • East; there, however, it assumes another form. It may happen that
    • the seventeenth century. It will be a trial, a severe test for those
    • soul. Everything which has developed in the way of opposing force
    • also be a severe trial for that which has to grow up in the domain of
    • come in. And what that is, is, however, known to Germanic Norse
    • any name one likes. (Never will one who recognizes the Christ-Being
    • has been — however often tradition may affirm that — but
    • the several Christian dogmas of a particular age. But we have before
    • whither-so-ever we go; that the Christ-Principle is the most
    • Christ-Principle reject it. However many people may come and force a
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    • gravity. Without earthly gravity, he could never have become a being capable of
    • through birth. We shall, however, have evolved in a certain respect by that
    • more spectral than it is already, if men never resolve to receive into their
    • complete manhood, however, cannot come to expression in such a form of
    • the earthly evolution of humanity to be veiled in mystery. However great the
    • in the whole cosmic process, but it must not remain forever unchanged. Man must
    • Whenever science fails to become art, it degenerates into sophistry a form of
    • earth. Nevertheless, in the picture of this valley of death in Nietzsche's imagination
    • all, the events are not really of such great significance. Nevertheless, the
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    • everything which the spirit-man can perceive in the spiritual world,
    • “Spiritual Science.” The name is used everywhere where it
    • year 1913 we tried every year to give artistic expression in dramatic
    • place which may be expressed in the words: up to that time everyone,
    • upon humanity at large by this and everything connected with it.
    • brain have become abnormal and diseased. In every case in which the
    • spiritual science should be distinguished from everything that is in
    • sun.” Nevertheless, what appears so fantastic is really only
    • studied, so must man be divided into his several parts in order that he
    • never happen which does so in a diseased soul-life. For what is the
    • dulled, abnormal consciousness. It will never be possible to say, when
    • life of man? Its very nature, however, prevents it from interposing
    • the world's evolution. But spiritual science can never desire to create
    • religious belief which he holds. Nevertheless it seems as though people
    • reverence when, out of the feelings which his knowledge arouses in him,
    • in reverential awe, not named but paraphrased, should this be a subject
    • makes every effort to understand the being of Christ, and that in doing
    • so it is never at variance with that which is developed, from true
    • spiritual research, you would see that reverence for Christ and
    • context, it will be found that, for instance, I never uttered such
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    • human being descends into his physical body on the Earth. Every human
    • to their pupils somewhat as follows. They said: “Every year at
    • if every Summer he is mindful of how the Upper Gods have given him
    • must ever and again be given back to the Gods at the time of Midsummer.
    • became ignorant for a certain time every year.
    • century, however, the insight was lost — such men experienced
    • spiritualize, whatever knowledge he acquires about the great world.
    • him, and every year he gave it back again. The man of today
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    • to be regarded as a science among the sciences. Nevertheless a very
    • series of events occurring in some sort of sequence and never
    • study the great epochs of art and the great artists. We shall never
    • every means to understand the secrets of our existence, we shall find
    • shall feel compelled to say that no sculptor has ever given
    • shalt not make any graven image.” Then, however, there follows
    • has first to occur in this and every other sphere.
    • create what the senses can see, he employed to the full everything he
    • foot, and thus everything else. He could, as it were, listen into the
    • lay hidden within it when everything had been removed that did not
    • never create in bronze or other materials what he did in stone.
    • For this purpose, however,
    • associated with the life of his time, in a different way, however,
    • anxiety for his family in Florence whom he supported with every penny
    • wind, in the waters, in everything elemental. It was this spirit of
    • bodies, spirit at its lowest level, the spirit nevertheless, which
    • everything that was subconscious or Sibyl-like, even if it foretold
    • powers of reflection on everything that was higher than the
    • forces of the soul. A boy with a torch is lighting a lamp; every one
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    • common knowledge that ever since the onset of this modern life, men
    • being than external observation can ever do. For example, anyone who
    • leading to initiation and one who has no connection whatever with it
    • and anyone who has ever woken up with the aftermath of what the
    • life, should never find favour in the sphere of our movement. In a
    • true culture of the spirit there can never be any question of such
    • untouched by it, it must nevertheless be emphasised that such an
    • been, severed from these cosmic realities through sense-perception
    • the way to initiation perceives that everything which permeates
    • but he perceives how the Ahrimanic world fills him with everything
    • what is happening. Everybody is obliged to undergo the battle; in its
    • effects it is experienced by everybody. There would be no greater
    • spirituality finds access to him nevertheless.
    • “beautiful semblance”; whatever works upon man in the
    • Now the process of evolution is such that whenever a
    • undertones, actual undertones, in every word and utterance. No
    • the same sound was reverberating in a lower octave. So when man spoke
    • warlike or peaceable — it was a factor in everything
    • A beginning must everywhere be made. When people come
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    • means sufficient. Everything depends upon understanding conditions as
    • be applied in every branch of existence, above all in those branches
    • not fall into the error of thinking that it will ever be possible to
    • It is not possible to be an honest believer in reincarnation on the
    • thought that they merely dabble in Spiritual Science and never reach
    • Europe and on towards Russia. We shall never get to the truth if we
    • never understand these European peoples until we realize that
    • incarnated now in Japanese bodies. We shall never be able to
    • Tagore. We shall never understand what such a figure really signifies
    • and that is why they put up every obstacle they can to hinder
    • gazed deeply and reverently into the spiritual world. This attitude
    • everything connected with the material world in such an eminently
    • such facts, for only so can you ever hope to grasp the whole reality.
    • this way — perhaps without ever having heard of the theory of
    • whether it can ever be a conscious experience — that is quite
    • Everything depends upon our having the courage to approach these
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    • hand, however, there is hardly any other alternative for the great
    • said that he felt himself capable of every kind of sin, but that he
    • a certain relief in being able to say that he had never harboured any
    • everything in them bad. This is a secret form of envy which creeps
    • statement may seem perfectly correct; nevertheless it contains envy
    • that Mephistopheles does not exist; nevertheless, Lucifer and Ahriman
    • manifest. It is, however, possible to observe in the present
    • only task is to help him! We must, however, draw in everything which
    • greatly. We can, however, be of great help to others, whereas we
    • observe the workings of Karma we should bear in mind that every
  • Title: Lecture: The Inexpressible Name, Spirits of Space and Time.
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    • and the physical body. The fact that whenever we face a human being
    • atoms, molecules and their alternating forces. This will never arise.
    • forces, is nevertheless the physical body; that is, the corpse. What
    • There, everything is transparent; but the further away we go from the
    • was attributed to an ever larger acquisition of knowledge through the
    • every delusion. What do most people imply when they speak of “God”?
    • nevertheless only mean their Angel. The selfish note of religious
    • spiritual battle ever waged, a battle which will spread over the
    • whole world, which never existed before in this form, a battle which
    • kind of trance, in order to discover from them, by cleverly
    • today, for one can everywhere buy Rabindranath Tagore's
    • modern; but everything else is antiquated; it is something which we
    • At the present time, however, people are not much inclined to
    • social question will never be of any use. The social question is a
    • the human being every active force, every true striving, thus
    • they wish to leave everything to God, who will carry their soul
    • let them say that it is conceit to think this; it is nevertheless
    • true. To say to ourselves that “it is nevertheless true,”
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    • which now rises up in our consciousness with everything that
    • Nature. Nevertheless they are not worth much, for they do not
    • enables us to perceive this. This vegetation, however, does not
    • spiritual, things are frequently reversed) his best part is
    • everything that lives in him participates in all the worlds which
    • not count now) everything thought out by the author of the book.
    • Everything which
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    • time. The course of human evolution has brought it about that ever
    • scientific thought of today, so that he presents an ever greater
    • supposed to lead the several nations, those who at any rate hold
    • on the world which would trace everything back to inherited
    • its denial of everything spiritual, than the emergence of the
    • however, man can already understand that this has to happen; he can
    • against a dead-end. However many more national states are set up,
    • ever arisen in earth existence, the disharmony between man's
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Knowledge: A Way of Life
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    • scientific fact. Knowledge has become severed from direct personal
    • other hand, we have eaten something we never tasted before, and have
    • it be our guide. Few people, however, are aware of its origin. If we
    • The new way of knowledge, however, leads us again to
    • a familiar everyday experience. Normally, man takes nourishment, and
    • however, may arise, owing to which he is unable to take food —
    • is true of all the scientific knowledge that men respect and revere
    • hearts and souls: impulses of which, however, we cannot say that they
    • that we are surrounded there by beings who never take on a physical
    • perceiving only what is bodily. If, however, man wants to comprehend
    • never find by the aid of bodily vision alone: namely, that our whole
    • have no place there; they are wiped away out of whatever we do or
    • to an unprejudiced observation that whatever befalls us from
    • everything back there from effect to cause; we can, however, equally
    • inwardly. As things still are, however, mankind remains to-day a
    • entirely personal matter. As we shall find, however, what seems most
    • personal in it has nevertheless an impersonal character. It is an
    • nevertheless true to say that ordinary knowledge does not call
    • in the knowledge. Everyone will find his own way of doing this.
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    • at every point. Taken in the abstract, as is often the case at
    • Nevertheless, spiritual science itself is infinitely
    • though history tells us little of such things, it is nevertheless
    • evolution! With every incarnation fresh karma is made. At first,
    • Now this negative prospect of ever increasing difficulty
    • Nevertheless, if only this negative aspect of
    • must outgrow. Every single human being must develop himself as an
    • whom we meet nowadays? As being agreeable to us, or the reverse. Look
    • dislikes so much that afterwards whatever they have to do with each
    • knowledge in general, and to search out everything which can
    • Christ-conception. In this way we bring to every soul what it
    • directed from every side upon spiritual science, on account of its
    • unsuitable and will become ever more unsuitable for the growth of
    • religion outwards liberty of thought must spread over every sphere of
    • it were, to the proof, and difficulties spring up everywhere. These
    • In medicine, in law and in every other sphere people
    • profession. This is typical of Jesuitical aspiration everywhere; and
    • There are, however, a great many people whose sincerity
    • after what springs from the human heart. Every single soul has
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    • every epoch must follow its own appropriate path.
    • lightning and thunder, in every star, in the beings of the different
    • in everything fluid or aeriform. Today's intellectual outlook declares
    • for us to see colours and so on. However, there was another aspect to this
    • downstream he, as modern, clever man, feels his legs stepping out in that
    • direction and this has nothing whatever to do with the river. In general,
    • rhythm. We never think without this whole process taking place, of which
    • soul, immersed in the phenomena of nature, partakes of every secret, steeping
    • If one perseveres for a sufficiently long time with exercises of
    • unsuitable today. However, we can attain an experience of the qualitative
    • be as firmly as possible within his physical body. But whenever the
    • religious revelations to be poetic fiction, maintaining that whatever
    • bodily life and even inflicting pain. Whenever pain drove out spirit and
    • that a continuous effort is needed. Every day something must be achieved
    • pain one must be ill. However, the attainment of higher knowledge will
    • made to overcome this pain of the soul, which becomes ever greater as one
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    • Ever since the early days of Christianity it has been the custom
    • human soul in the several epochs. I have shown you how man has changed
    • ancient Indian times, however, men experienced a parallelism between
    • single moment; nevertheless the Event of Golgotha did bring about an
    • elemental form, with everything that lived in the air and on earth. But
    • that ever since the Resurrection Christ Jesus has been united with
    • Paul never wearied of exhorting people to develop within themselves a
    • Paul. If, however, the event of Damascus was a mere hallucination —
    • there is no doubt we live in an age of severe testing. Through man's
    • today to utter this renunciation, when we can observe on every hand a
    • — for knowledge of the senses can never explain the Resurrection of
    • modern science which obviously can never make appeal to such a
    • feel these things deeply in their hearts. We shall never find a way out
    • one cannot. The man of the present day is faced with a severe test when
    • modification in our day, nevertheless in all essentials it is still the
    • everything on the earth will have found its grave and when ideals and
    • scattered in the All, not merely burying, but annihilating everything
    • shall never find the realm whence Christ came down to unite Himself with
    • what they have learned, never stopping to think whether it is compatible
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • Whatever comes to
    • believe that every single one of us has come here gladly for this
    • from the City. Whatever may be the inconveniences of which the Count
    • Office” but the “Foreign Office” — whatever
    • they may be, I am quite sure that every single one of us will go away
    • inevitably — a little far remote. Not everyone, perhaps, will
    • special subject. Nevertheless, we shall have to build upon what is
    • said to-day, however remote it may seem at first sight. For
    • saying, and every man should recognise the fact: One cannot speak of
    • several domains they are no longer able to go back to the real
    • the whole Universe. The several spheres of modern life have suffered
    • and carefully weigh out everything that comes on to their plate)
    • We, however, speaking
    • necessary conclusion from the statistical results. That however was a
    • be perfectly correct. Real life, however, often cannot afford to take
    • however, we will not take our Start from these; we will take our
    • constituents and is nevertheless of great importance for the life of
    • atmospheric influences. There is, however, another fact of which the
    • declare that certain illnesses show a seven day's fever period, one
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • individuality. Every farm should approximate to this condition. This
    • as possible. Whatever you need for agricultural production, you
    • able to be strictly carried out, nevertheless, if we wish to do
    • is added. In reality, however, the earthly soil as such not
    • Whatever is above the Earth, belongs in truth to the
    • reason. Take everything there is in the immediate neighbourhood of
    • wherever we are studying plant growth, we should be clear in the
    • should never forget that a silicious ground — even if it be
    • the quantities we need we can reckon practically everywhere on the
    • substance in the soil. Everything in the nature of clay is in
    • However else clay may be described, however, else we may have to
    • all grow dreadfully stupid, for to be clever we need to have
    • certain condition of vitality, however delicate.
    • snow. (The force of crystallisation, however, grows stronger and more
    • grows ever more complicated, till at last we get to the infinitely
    • complexity. But a new organism could never arise out of this
    • In every
    • constellation. Ever and again, it is built out of the Cosmos.
    • Therefore, if ever we want to make the forces of the Cosmos effective
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • generally recognised; nevertheless the question, what is the essence
    • Wherever nitrogen is active, men only recognise, as it were, the last
    • Nevertheless, to understand plant-life it is of the first importance
    • whoever would trace the tracks which the Spiritual marks out in the
    • nevertheless it is of great importance; for it is along the paths of
    • shall, however, best approach it by first considering the four other
    • so, anyone and everyone would have possessed it — for it was
    • undergone. How different it appears, however, when we perceive it in
    • Whatever in Nature is formed and shaped be it the form of the plant
    • configuration of the animal body — carbon is everywhere the
    • substantiality. Wherever we find it in full action and inner
    • however, it is in the carbon — weaving and wielding, forming
    • carbon as it forms itself and ever again dissolves the form.
    • his ever-mobile carbon-formative process, man lifts himself out of
    • sulphur. This, therefore, is either the ever-changing carbon
    • ethereal must be spread out, wherever the framework is. Once more,
    • there must be something ethereal wherever the framework is. Now this
    • physical carrier everywhere.
    • living oxygen would make us faint Whenever anything more highly
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • with which they are wont to deal in other sciences. Nevertheless, here
    • Science has corrected itself in the meantime. To-day as everybody knows,
    • again every seven or eight years as the substance of the body is renewed)
    • the skin and the breathing. Whatever the body has to receive and deposit
    • whenever in any given locality you have a general level or niveau,
    • Manuring and everything of the kind consists essentially in
    • If you use mineral, purely mineral substances as manure, you will never
    • already described to you from several standpoints, and that is the chalky
    • however, in the sense that it does not care to go on as far as the fruiting
    • However, in order to proceed rightly in such matters we must always
    • our start from this, another thing will result. Have you ever thought
    • material substance. On the contrary, it was excreted. Nevertheless,
    • the cow itself, namely the property of raying back whatever is life-giving
    • half a pailful of water. You must, however, thoroughly combine the entire
    • the entire contents are rapidly rotating. Then quickly reverse the direction,
    • you take the horns of cows. This time, however, you fill them not with
    • and beast. Nay more, as everywhere in Spiritual Science, here too we
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • still further, in view of our necessary standpoint that whatever is
    • seen, should never depart from anything that is in the sphere of living
    • that such a statement ought never to be made unless we are able to show
    • to set over against it. That is the point in every case! If positive
    • substances — compounds or elements. Here too, however, people
    • Nevertheless, by prolonged
    • However, we as human beings
    • gradually get our soil ever so rich in this or that substance, it would
    • great intensity, precisely where living things are concerned. Now, however,
    • creation. No doubt every plant is so; but if you afterwards look at
    • constituents — as carbon, nitrogen, etc. — to their several
    • wherever it grows wild in the country — at the edges of the fields
    • nuisance, though it is never actually harmful).
    • however thin it is in substance — we have the necessary forces.
    • things. We never go out of the living realm into that of inorganic chemistry.
    • to assimilate the potash. Camomile, however, assimilates calcium in
    • and assimilates it everywhere, namely, sulphur, the significance of
    • say, if ever it should be necessary in a certain sense to rid the soil
    • of great benefit to grow stinging nettles in this district. However,
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • a weed is, described it thus: “Everything that grows at a place
    • proceed from the earth itself, nevertheless they transmit what proceeds
    • They were approached from every side to find a remedy against the grape-louse,
    • and ray back again, working upward from below. Everything that works
    • plant arises, and a third, and so on. Once more then: everything that
    • because a continuous stream reforms it, ever anew. I mean, for example,
    • Earth as lunar forces, and so they have done ever since the Moon separated
    • as we have to-day. Even now, after its severance, the Moon works so
    • Whenever
    • However,
    • However,
    • and everything grows confused, for we are strangers to the forces that
    • in circumscribed areas, whatever they wanted to have. They knew of these
    • confirmed. If I had a farm, however, I should not wait to see them
    • that a thing can be true in itself. However, to get anywhere nowadays
    • I will employ 150. Now comes a clever fellow and declares, I do not
    • get your work done — whatever it may be — first by one,
    • consider the other case with equal exactitude. If you do so, whatever
    • to see that everyone is compelled to drive the mice away by standard
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • too—by warmth, by the chemical-ether principle that is for ever
    • is different; otherwise we shall never understand the function of fruit
    • where the several roots began or ended. A common root-being would arise
    • enshrouded in an astral cloud. Up there, however, round about the free,
    • you must clearly envisage. Now whatever arises in this way will always
    • way throughout the whole plant-world. In every plant there is a certain
    • tendency to become tree-like. In every plant, the root with its environment
    • is every plant.
    • too, in every plant the same relationship to the insect world emerges,
    • only live upon the earth by virtue of the tree-roots being there. However,
    • the faculty to regulate the ethereal vitality within the soil whenever
    • living — if ever its livingness grows rampant — these subterranean
    • wherever it is needed on the surface of the Earth or in the air. Remove
    • For in great Nature — again and again I must say it — everything,
    • everything is connected.
    • will see, as we begin to specialise what I have given, ever new things
    • men have become so intellectual, so clever. When they were less intellectual,
    • though they were not so clever, they were far wiser; out of their feeling
    • not clever at all, namely, by Spiritual Science. Spiritual Science is
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • are, however, extremely difficult to clothe in general formulae or the
    • in the several measures you have to take.
    • by however many detailed instructions for feeding. But I am convinced
    • The animal absorbs the food — deposits inside it whatever it can
    • or tradition. After a time, however, the same loosely worded phrase
    • around it. Wherever it enters into definite connection with the astral
    • animal, however, we should rather speak as follows: There is the nerves-and-senses
    • really speak of a two-foldness of the organism — such, however,
    • to the animal for the moment). Whatever matter there is in the head
    • and muscles, everywhere.
    • we need to be aware: whatever substances are required for the head itself
    • deposited. Whatever is no longer capable of assimilation is deposited
    • concrete study of Spiritual Science will never make you a fanatic. In
    • Nevertheless, you should try to attain it as far as possible.
    • the reverse process must be able to take place. The head must be able
    • whatever is long and thin-stalked and goes to hay (Diagram 20). In agriculture
    • happens, for example, if ever you have a sore throat at a place where
    • you are among many people. Everyone who is fond of you will offer you
    • so as to get new plants. With the potato, however, we do not do so.
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    • everywhere took form, how it could be seen in minerals,
    • plants and animals, etc. Man is a fusion of everything
    • felt he could bear for all time. Every one of us has such a
    • everyone believed that each life was only one of a long
    • personal. Whoever wishes to understand the doctrine of
    • from wine, for one who enjoys wine will never attain an
    • within himself. Every man can only say “I” to
    • Sixteenth Centuries the new age led everything spiritual
    • everything was conditioned by karma.
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    • necessarily perceive through the eyes; but everything is
    • is born, everything which it experienced from death to a
    • and touch an external object. Every perception of the Ego,
    • everywhere on ourselves. With our body's covering
    • realize quite clearly that everything a human being takes
    • and forces from outside. In reality, everything we eat, is
    • carries him over the sea. For in ancient times every ship
    • everything is slightly poisonous, Scorpio.
    • the following aspect. If, to begin with, we take everything
    • head (consider everything I have already explained to you)
    • influence of the last groups of stars, we must reverse
    • everything. The human being is also subjected to the
    • hunter, breeder of animals, farmer, and trader. Everything
    • in the age of Pisces. During this age developed everything
    • head is a complete human being, but its legs are reversed;
    • pedantically. They will show you that everything I have
    • might say, with great reverence for the primeval wisdom of
    • Everything in the Zodiac symbols is immensely profound,
    • deeply significant — each gesture, every single sign.
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    • Jesus. Every moment of their life was to be filled with the perpetual
    • “Not I, but Christ in me!” And in bloody and severe combats, in
    • what lived in the souls of these men, who might never waver in their duty,
    • plane, might never flee, but must calmly await death, the death that they
    • souls of the Templars had however at the same time achieved something else.
    • become acquainted — and this is the case with everyone who truly sees
    • the victory. Every one of these Templars was obliged to seem to be the man in
    • found everywhere).
    • allowed, if good impulses alone worked in history, human beings would never
    • Man's gaze from evil, he would have to remain forever an automaton
    • — he would never become free. Things are indeed so ordered in the
    • to no purpose that Goethe began in the eighties a poem which he never
    • almost escapes notice in the outside world! It lives on however, and is
    • moving towards an ever richer life, and will have to become more and more
    • add up all this in its years, then we find that everyone lives to about the
    • what flowed from the souls of the Templars, however, there began to enter
    • aspersion on any event in history; the events of history, must however be
    • What people profess with words is however of little account; the important
    • course is not yet entirely understood; nevertheless one can understand it
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    • however true that one cannot penetrate into the super-sensible worlds
    • but it must also speak in a different way. Nevertheless it is in full
    • which can be drawn out of every human soul, forces which transcend
    • every single condition leading to different manifestations can be
    • The result that everything which confronts the soul through
    • attention is turned away from everything else, and for a certain
    • new? When we draw reminiscences out of memory, we can never be quite
    • severely, as pathological elements; in fact, the results obtained by
    • Perhaps you will allow me to make a personal remark; which, however,
    • perceptions. In our ordinary thinking everything is arranged
    • everything has a definite structure which must be considered as a
    • It must be called forth every time afresh, if it is to be
    • picture of their past life; we do not however, see it as a
    • contained in every object, but which does not manifest itself as
    • appear. They exist however in the whole physical organism.
    • nevertheless this view is valid to-day.
    • does not suffice, however, to consider the purely morphological
    • over, a reversal.
    • reverse the inner structure, so as to change its form.
    • longer lives in the medium of time, for in this process of reversion
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    • great significance in every realm of human endeavor and investigation
    • with sources of error that accompany every step of the spiritual
    • meditation, depends upon the starting point in ordinary, everyday
    • life. Every human being who wishes to evolve upward to a view of the
    • normal for everyday life and also for ordinary science. Only from
    • capacity for judgment proceeding from true conditions. Every starting
    • embarked upon. Everything that readily surrenders itself to illusion
    • be noted, however, that in the stage of soul development referred to
    • everyday consciousness. In ordinary consciousness, losing
    • consciousness occurs in relation to the areas of everyday life.
    • impairment of the ordinary behavior of soul in everyday life, is like
    • a penetration of sleep or of the dreams into the clear, everyday
    • consciousness, however, is like a penetration of ordinary, everyday
    • damage in this striving is everything that overcomes man in ordinary
    • interest in everything life offers, but especially a certain moral
    • has often been pointed out; this distinction, however, must be
    • What does this mean, however? It means nothing less than the
    • With the same inner force, however, the sense of self appears
    • self-love, the sense of self. Only if this is accomplished at every
    • certain level of this development, actually to forsake everything in
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    • whatever function it has within his soul. And
    • mankind. However, there are still all manner of prejudices against
    • view is nevertheless no longer appropriate for the real soul needs of
    • however, we are living in an age that has a long way to go before
    • throughout the whole of the civilised world, of which everything of
    • Insofar as the so-called believers in a simple faith point to the
    • whole of their inner being. However, the path of knowledge I
    • however, that does not make the thinking arbitrary, but adapts it to
    • a different character than it has in everyday life.
    • mobile limbs and everything that is connected with these. By means of
    • never come in place of an absolutely dreamy experience if we could
    • introduce it, however, to the head organisation. But then this
    • however, the spiritual investigator has to do. He has to work on
    • clever, especially those derived from the terrible illness tabes, to
    • explain this theory of the two kinds of nerves. Nevertheless this
    • to further stages, however, we must then ascend from the level of
    • find, however, that we cannot experience this soul body in
    • development of the forces of feeling and intelligence, however, still
    • In the middle of the fifteenth century, however, these forces
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    • Every year at this season we pass from one division of
    • certain forest trees remain what is called evergreen through winter.
    • existence spiritual and psychic beings are everywhere active. We are
    • already familiar with this thought, which the clever people of our
    • have, however, often remarked that this in fact refers to our blood
    • ourselves. We are not aware of this, however, because in man
    • sleeps in the height of summer when there is growth on every side;
    • winter it is awake. At this season, however, during the time at which
    • Earth-consciousness. Spiritual Science, however, can instruct as to
    • materialism. A time will come, however, when man will not only make
    • Science, let us accept a true Christmas attitude of reverence. Let us
    • New Year's Eve (which recurs every twelve months instead of every
    • This is the secret of our existence. Everything is in
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    • feeble powers we should ever be in a position to do much of what has
    • our interest with what has to be done, that we should acquire ever
    • As a beginning, a group of people, however small, must
    • more especially in the domain of science. There — however much
    • people may disbelieve it — the faith in authority has never
    • hypothesis is correct, that we have everywhere to do with
    • Everything comes to us from the outer world through the senses. But
    • follower of Mauthner, who did not, however, look upon himself as an
    • adherent of his, but as a clever man of his day. Yes, so he said. But
    • Clever such a man might be who believes that because
    • genius or of his ideas, — clever he might be who used such an
    • see nothing before me but letters!’ Clever, in the same way, is
    • crudely into evidence, it is present everywhere. It is active in the
    • People will never be able to take the right interest
    • things of which man stands in need. Objections are ever being raised
    • life in every department.
    • our movement to establish. When, however, we take the trouble really
    • little it is recognised. It enters into our everyday thinking, and
    • every other means, something in which they can feel confidence? Nothing
    • something of great worth — then we should never surmount the
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  • Title: Lecture: The Peoples of the Earth in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • truth that earthly life can never progress fruitfully along such
    • Earth economy. The leading minds of the times are forever
    • destiny. Mere knowledge of everyday dealings between man and man will
    • never bring about mutual understanding between the peoples. To travel
    • were, with the Earth which is his own soil. However clearly it may
    • devotion into his heart and soul, however deeply oriental mysticism
    • bound up with the metabolic processes. However paradoxical it may
    • very ancient times. Around him are the trees and fruits, everything
    • spiritual ‘mirror-image,’ however, it appears as
    • devote ourselves to oriental poetry, oriental wisdom, we never feel
    • feel that no Western or Central European people could ever interpret
    • express as his ideal everything that he himself is as a human
    • of Middle Europe has every motive to consider how he should develop
    • laws and regulations, but they do, nevertheless, assimilate what the
    • a possibility for everyone. Everyone should pay heed to what lives in
    • manhood lies in every individual, but it must be brought to
    • question as well. Nearly every great German Philosopher has been
    • every other man as his equal. The burning question for him,
    • therefore, is that of equity, of right. Wherever Teutonic thought has
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    • And ever since then, if the eye of the soul has been opened
    • presence of the everlasting power of the Christ in the
    • experience something that could never previously have been
    • forever overcome death, becomes visible.
    • way. However far we look back into past ages, as long as one
    • rudiments of that form, we shall everywhere find an
    • reality from which new forms ever and again spring forth.
    • this festival. Just as Nature herself is rejuvenated every
    • forever new, so it is with the symbols of Christmas piety; in
    • the forms of objects in the kingdoms of Nature. Everything
    • morning they saw everything around them in divine Nature
    • there lived in the soul of every Indian something that can be
    • He was not proclaimed, whenever one can speak of human culture and
    • proclaimed that in everything by which man is surrounded, in
    • after they had passed through the gate of death. To every
    • could proclaim to the others:- Osiris lives! But never could
    • king who has never been seen on the Earth! The
    • conceive but it is true nevertheless, that the supreme
    • material were everywhere in harmony with the spiritual order
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    • extraordinary statement, but it is nevertheless true, that for
    • all their smiles, it is nevertheless there in the faces of
    • clearly and can strike everyone who, though without spiritual vision,
    • catastrophe (as, I believe, everyone who is not asleep must do); we
    • must be clear to every soul that is really awake. Consider the
    • especially high, the strongest spiritual force that has ever willed
    • revealed everywhere which cannot be understood with previous points
    • childhood — scarlet-fever or measles — afflicting the
    • “astral body” — or whatever you like to call it. It
    • however, is really formless. When we speak of it, we are speaking of
    • melancholy countenance. Nevertheless it is a fact.
    • with them in the morning. This is true, however strange it may sound,
    • however, a thought arises that you have not already formed in the
    • spiritual factors for they are always so “clever.” They
    • required in order to be clever. They do not appeal to what can be
    • “Jesus” after every fifth word, one is considered to be
    • name of their God in vain every moment and believe themselves to be
    • spiritual life must descend! But it will never reveal itself
    • to the servant of the state, the state professor; and it will never
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  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • of our culture, is of such a nature that it already affects every
    • same time social, and today every man experience the urgency of the
    • comprise everything that is within the world order, including man.
    • soul must lead in the very near future. An answer will never be found
    • everyday consciousness is impregnated with a content when it
    • necessary. One can never penetrate the nature of thinking in an
    • that it must for ever stimulate itself anew. The usual purely
    • only observers of the world. That, however, which we reach through
    • comes to the point of being able to recognise that everything which
    • Whoever thinks honestly about
    • of the future. Nevertheless, we now see here the reality of human
    • It is true that not everyone today is able as yet to attain to
    • duty man can never be so spiritualized in his inmost being that he becomes
    • recognise as a law because it feels itself unfree against every law
  • Title: Lecture: Buddha and Christ: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • to the higher worlds. Every moral action has a definite connection
    • quite possible nowadays for a man to be very clever and at the same
    • but clever.
    • 28:21 And the stones shall be with the names of the children of Israel, twelve, according to their names, like the engravings of a signet; every one with his name shall they be according to the twelve tribes. \
    • 14:20 And Saul and all the people that were with him assembled themselves, and they came to the battle: and, behold, every man\'s sword was against his fellow, and there was a very great discomfiture. \
    • 14:34 And Saul said, Disperse yourselves among the people, and say unto them, Bring me hither every man his ox, and every man his sheep, and slay them here, and eat; and sin not against the LORD in eating with the blood. And all the people brought every man his ox with him that night, and slew them there. \
    • 14:36 And Saul said, Let us go down after the Philistines by night, and spoil them until the morning light, and let us not leave a man of them. And they said, Do whatsoever seemeth good unto thee. Then said the priest, Let us draw near hither unto God. \
    • and in the seventh epoch, cleverness without morality will be
    • Kamaloka a very significant experience comes to every
    • Kamaloka a spiritual Individuality shows us everything we have done
    • will never come again in a physical body.
    • super-sensible Christ pervade the souls of men to an ever-increasing
    • comes into ever closer connection with Karma, it will acquire the
    • Nevertheless, if during his life in the physical world such a man had
    • question, in special talents and qualities of soul. There is however
    • he will become a Bodhisattva. Whenever the Bodhisattva becomes Buddha
    • takes possession of his body. The Bodhisattva will never reveal
    • but to test them by everything known to you from history —
    • appears in every century until his existence as Maitreya
  • Title: Lecture: Nervous Conditions in Our Time
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    • when they are called upon to make some decision, they never know what
    • such a way that the several members unfold strongly and healthily. If
    • even bordering on very severe illnesses of human nature would be
    • Assume, for instance, that a man begins to notice he can never find
    • somewhere, and presently discovers that she can never find it again
    • more, however, can be attained. Let us assume that it became a kind
    • this will strengthen the ethereal body. Assume, however, that you
    • you ever seen people who have to write much in their profession
    • movements whenever they are about to write? It need not go so far as
    • condition. It may be no more than this: that whenever they are
    • repeated jerk for every upward or every downward stroke. You can tell
    • body lies at the occult foundation of every kind of cramp or
    • several members of man's being.
    • adding: ‘Without making too much effort, try every day —
    • repeat it nevertheless. We can do infinitely much to strengthen the
    • that people never know what they shall do; nay, they do not know what
    • out in this way systematically, and every such restraint will
    • this way; there are never no pros or cons. And it is
    • objections to practically everything you do! Truth to tell, you are
    • from our souls everything that creates a barrier between us and our
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    • there are, nevertheless, very many to-day whose souls have at least
    • way I have just described. The reverse, however, does not occur; at
    • science with its own precise technique. For this, however, I shall
    • however, that many of our adherents — and opponents too —
    • pronouncement, that in every science there is only as much real
    • dimension of space is never really experienced by us completely. We first
    • every estimate of spatial depth we build the third dimension
    • Now, however,
    • to sense perceptions, however, science has become really confused. In
    • perception” (imaginative Anschauung). Every human being
    • Everyone can
    • In respect to human perception, however, much is understood
    • filled with matter. And we find space filled with ever loftier
    • in the soul — leads nevertheless to an imperceptible world in
    • apprehend the inner nature of the spiritual present everywhere in the
    • the formalism of mathematics, while it nevertheless learns from
    • everyone who claimed to have received a higher education.
    • procedure. Naturally, not everyone who has studied synthetic geometry
    • it is nevertheless true that Anthroposophy, setting out from
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and the Visual Arts
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    • of artistic creation. I hope, however, that to-day's considerations
    • seen. Everything that has been given artistic expression was born
    • single form is intended to mean anything — in this sense. Every
    • very humble and one's own most severe critic. I certainly know that,
    • form. For, after all, everything in visual art points to, and
    • everything in relation to it, instead of to a point by means of
    • make to-day, leads nowhere. If, however, one confronts this cosmos as a
    • everywhere sets of figures (Konfigurationen), as if surface
    • to bring out all the details of this head, treating every surface
    • life-activity, not on the muscular tissue. Because, however, one has
    • arched in every individual. There is no general, only an individual,
    • necessity felt, above all, by the Greeks. They would never have
    • however, perceive (erschauen), by “imagination”,
    • this space — pregnant with forms, everywhere able to produce
    • we have so grasped, however, can be expressed in
    • thoroughly scientific, while we, however, pass on to what becomes, of
    • for every single organ and system of organs is, in a certain sense,
    • only a more complicated leaf. In every single organ he sees a whole
    • freedom — he would never have been able to attain to complete
  • Title: Lecture: Evil and the Power of Thought
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    • all that you feel, is saturated with fear and its reverberations in
    • life. Whenever we were concerned to promulgate a world-conception and
    • and pupils of the Mysteries were compelled, however, to turn their
    • for the pupil and as a reminder for every Initiate in regard to the
    • there he appeared in gatherings where everything else went on in a
    • however, recover the knowledge of man that lived in the Mystery colonies
    • This, however, is precisely what was brought about in the preparatory
    • point with every possible emphasis towards this inner human fact.
    • reason, whoever has had to learn of the presence of this centre of
    • destruction within — a centre, however, which must be
    • into outer life. It belongs, however, to our time to penetrate into
    • never understand one another, because after all with the Asiatic
    • people everything sprang ultimately from love; with you everything
    • stranger to this world beyond the outer sense-images. Every night between
    • you had to develop Egohood, everything is founded on fear. With us,
    • who had to suppress Egohood, everything was founded on love. With
  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • something which must never be allowed outside. The bad man carries in
    • enables us to experience in it something we would never be able to
    • call the laws of nature. But with ordinary consciousness we never get
    • consciousness, however, we do come through it. Then men of ancient
    • world every time we go to sleep. When we fall asleep, the Ego is dulled,
    • intellectualism that has been developing ever since the middle of the
    • intellectualism will never help us to pass either behind the
    • This, however,
    • been describing exists to-day in every human being. Only, he has no
    • earth may come to an end, but matter will never be destroyed.
    • could never do this; we can see this even in the East of Europe, in the
    • Oriental in him to see everywhere, within what is passing away and
    • exist; whatever makes itself known to eye, ear, and so on, will at
    • Everywhere in
    • what is living, and for the distinction between everything that is
    • springing into life and everything that is on the way down. Hence the
    • we have a perpetual coming into being, forever new and fresh. When we
    • for ever splitting up and scattering itself abroad. There, where the
    • that the moon appears quiet. It is not quiet. It is for ever
    • the centre in every direction. And together with this life it
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • Wherever the
    • its onward flow. They pondered about this but never about death
    • however, is dependent upon the fact that the human being can
    • however, to be impregnated with death. Outer acquaintance with
    • no real knowledge of death, they would never have been able to
    • intellectualised without ever entering into the evolution
    • Ahriman seizes every opportunity of confining man to the
    • must not, however, be presented in the same light as other events
    • Gradually, however, the significance of death began to dawn upon
    • had remained at that stage, we could never have known anything of
    • whatever of the Gods if Christ had not died, and now, since His
    • historical data. In essence, however, the tradition leads back to
    • it is more than ever necessary to point to the esoteric
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    • considered everything else an illusion; quite the contrary was
    • Nevertheless, the realistic scholastic philosophers still felt that,
    • continued. In a modern world conception, everything consists of
    • as mere names, no meaning whatever as far as reality is
    • name; then, however, my knowledge contains no connection whatever
    • However, this scholastic
    • However, the time for a
    • “Christ” wherever we read the word “God-Father”
    • bearing on reality. However, when they wished to understand the
    • everything without the spirit! Nevertheless the spirit permeates the
    • everything is matter; man consists only of matter — the
    • Everything is matter.
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    • midst of the greatest and most terrible war-events which have ever
    • a reality in a new way. After all, everything we develop
    • sleeps and sleeps and experiences everything connected with
    • these days of physical darkness, which are, however, days of
    • united with the aura of the earth ever since the Mystery of Golgotha,
    • had happened near the Building, at a place where no van had ever
    • and everyone able to work helped. In two hours the van was standing.
    • had fallen into the river. Here cause and effect are reversed. People
    • might say that everything was arranged accordingly. We must get
    • physical forces are ever dispersed is a fact well known to
    • give, is really a stammering, when compared with everything
    • historical background, for these events have never occurred. In
    • reality, the Varangians went out as conquerors and were never invited
    • whole store of gifts; it is, so to speak, gifted in every direction,
    • in itself, because such things have never existed in human
    • reverted. Its effects could not remain. We are thus facing a tragic
    • every vein out of your body, an inch an hour. You fool ... pity? Pray
    • until it is fructified by the light. At present, however, it is
    • in August 1914; they surpass everything in emptiness! Such empty
    • words can only be uttered when every living productive force of the
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    • consciousness of every human being, but is not grasped clearly enough
    • knowledge is not in any way valid for all time and for every place,
    • Everybody knows that we
    • live, as it were, between two poles of our knowledge. Everyone feels
    • But everyone can feel that
    • world. And every man will undoubtedly feel that this knowledge of the
    • adopted, this would never be possible. The ethical ideas exist as if
    • severed from one another, which he describes in his two chief
    • advanced than modern man; nevertheless it was so. In ancient pagan
    • Everything contained in these codices was read from the course
    • Nevertheless, this conceals a certain fact. In Saint-Martin's books
    • Aristotle everything has been transformed into human
    • transformed everything into abstractions. The course which I
    • necessary for the evolution of humanity. Man would never have
    • significance. Nevertheless, this primeval knowledge was
    • connected with everything which could reach man from divine heights
    • works. Everything which was taught at that time was traditional. That
    • the middle of the 15th century, an impulse which completely severed
    • the connection with everything that existed in the form of ancient
    • Bruno — abuse everything which existed in the form of
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    • almost at every turn — to perceive signs of decline
    • for the habits and thoughts of everyday life, such as we
    • bounds of everyday existence, of a world of Gods and Spirits
    • living a part was played in everyday life by whatever could
    • within the limits of the everyday world, but where spiritual
    • beings made their workings felt. The commonest everyday
    • are replaced by those of Altruism. Our age, however,
    • in some life or other everyone has deserved what he gets.
    • third. It is, however, but one third of what is necessary to
    • Europe, there is every external incentive to do something
    • every one of which produced great cities. But these great
    • in every part of it; they have become in their very essence a
    • round earth. We are never really willing to go to the root of
    • not say that every Conservative is necessarily directly
    • everywhere else, a fringe of people who adhere to the
    • that lies deeper; and one must, in every case, try to lift
    • — but no republicans! And this is in every way a
    • proclaimed that: Every nation must have the possibility of
    • the past, then they will never understand each other,
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    • self-knowledge. Self-knowledge, however, must not be thought
    • difficult. Nevertheless, personal and individual
    • horizon of this world; there we have everything that is
    • occurs. Fundamentally speaking, every one who sets his foot
    • Nevertheless, very, very frequently it happens that the world
    • totality of Nature's laws. Brunetto Latini, however, saw it
    • That, however,
    • the properties of the several elements; but it is only at
    • instructed him that he must go still farther. This, however,
    • which we have here described. Then, however, the moment
    • never have reached his peculiar relation to the spiritual
    • Every age has
    • course of centuries, showing, however, that the secrets of
    • but that the spiritual is working everywhere. We must take
    • however, of the Mystery of Golgotha has been working ever
    • Golgotha at work on every hand. The Sibylline Books were
    • — which, with all its imperfections, is nevertheless
    • every line, in every feature. If we ourselves are once
  • Title: Lecture: The Shaping of the Human Form out of Cosmic and Earthly Forces
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    • time, however, the human form points to man's connection with
    • this is not unconditionally so. In essentials, however, the
    • to the working of the Earth alone, however, and the Cosmos
    • Everyone who gives free play to the sound development of
    • cope with the differential calculus. — Everyone can
    • The matter is even the reverse of what is so often said.
    • if you follow up everything, taking note of what has been
    • Will never lack religion;
    • Will never lack religion —
    • looks condescendingly on everything and merely nibbles at one
  • Title: Lecture: Yuletide and the Christmas Festival
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    • develops to ever further stages in the course of cosmic
    • create on Earth — that is new in every epoch.
    • Nevertheless deep contemplation of these symbols could be a
    • Christmas Festival was once upon a time or is now. Wherever
    • we look in the world, and into a past however distant,
    • everywhere. Today we will not go back to the very far past
    • sun's rays, full of reverence for the great Universe —
    • a reverence that was not superficial but deeply felt. And
    • in his whole being he felt intimately connected with whatever
    • the Ego is nevertheless present and may hover before us as an
    • ideal to be regained, but permeated then with everything that
    • your childhood! Then that Ego will shine into everything
    • however, these Plays were already being performed in a
    • perquisites of erudition. Nevertheless it was a moving
    • intense enthusiasm devoted profound study to whatever
    • the unique character of these Christmas Plays, however, we
    • the year and these feelings abounded everywhere during the
    • had been received and the direction of man's path reversed
    • what was felt in connection with everything to do with
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    • nevertheless true, and its truth is brought home to us by the
    • earthly life and we may look forward to an ever fuller life wherein
    • wisdom, a Buddha arises whenever an epoch of decline draws to its
    • only the joys of life. But the Bodhisattvic consciousness was ever
    • and saw something he had never seen before — a corpse. At the
    • ever-fruitful forces of growth, but life reveals decay, sickness,
    • ever-increasing store of wisdom, until he had reached a point whence
    • innumerable lives will never solve the great riddles of old age, of
    • death. The wisdom of this world could never bring liberation;
    • everything that connects him with earthly existence has been blotted
    • consider this, we shall never understand Buddha himself, or Buddhism.
    • thirst for existence and rebirth which burns in every individual
    • of my soul I should everywhere be able to look behind the illusion of
    • truth. This however is not the point at issue. The point is that the
    • Christ in me!” We must however understand that the
    • appeared. This is not to honour the Buddha less; we revere him as the
    • with ever increasing strength in the soul till man realises that not
  • Title: Lecture: Hygiene - a Social Problem
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    • never doubted that the Social Question is one of the problems that is
    • looming largest in the thought of the present age. Wherever there is
    • included under the “Social Question.” It must, however,
    • — as indeed it is the concern of everyone — accept simply
    • unquestioning acceptance of everything related to the care of
    • interest concerning every mature man and woman shall be arbitrated by
    • that everything in existence is merely a mechanical, physical or
    • — but the mode of observation is nevertheless atomistic and
    • reverently study the marvellous structure and functions of the nerves
    • emphasise, however, is briefly this: Wherever material processes are
    • soul. We must learn to understand in every detail the way in
    • undergoes a partial death with every moment that passes, but it is
    • this living interaction between the soul and every single part of the
    • how the Spirit works in matter, and it looks with reverence at
    • free of the body, but such ideas can never serve the concrete
    • various branches of science. Now I have no desire whatever to deliver
    • make is that a man who holds fast to the material can never reach a
    • of modern science — we shall never be led to any universal
    • of specialised subjects in a way intelligible to every
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  • Title: Lecture: Speech and Song
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    • through and through an image of the spiritual. Everything here
    • consonant and vowel elements, you have in every manifestation
    • we find that our soul, whenever it brings forth vowel sounds, makes
    • to earthly conditions, is reversed in a certain sense when we pass
    • feeling that in every vowel there is something of the soul, immediate
    • we find in it everywhere the longing for the vowel nature, that is to
    • in the element of air. It is, however, but a childish conception of
    • that there is singing all around him, and that in every sound of the
    • musical element reveals ever more and more as it becomes filled with
    • Wherever he looks back, whether it be towards Saturn, Sun or Moon, or
    • stars at rest, and behind it the wandering planets. Whenever a planet
    • whenever he expresses himself in Art, he were to say,
    • Nevertheless what I have said is not intended in a figurative or
  • Title: Lecture: Three Epochs in the Religious Education of Man
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    • whereby a religious, a divine consciousness penetrates ever and again
    • In every epoch of human
    • everlasting impulse entered into human evolution; and so too, there
    • soul in the several epochs. It is only in the modern age of
    • philosophy. Everywhere to-day men are turning back, and often with
    • It has, however, always
    • mood into the practical life it ever seeks to serve. —
    • soul, we live.” To these truths Initiation Science will ever
  • Title: Lecture: Concerning Electricity
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    • speak of electrons. Thus we suspect electricity everywhere, when we
    • began to affect man's nerves, expelling from them everything that
    • however, drove out this echo. And if today we are, on the one hand,
    • you have ever allowed an electric current to pass through your
    • forget that whenever they think of an atom as an electric entity,
    • they must ascribe a moral impulse to this atom, indeed, to every
    • For electric atoms are little demons of Evil. This, however, does not
  • Title: Lecture: The Problem of Jesus and Christ in Earlier Times
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    • that it is possible to imagine that everything we publish today and
    • possibly what did occur. Nevertheless, this hypothesis cannot be
    • would continue to grow and spread, in spite of everything.
    • Mysteries, yet it was a widespread knowledge nevertheless. And we
    • indicated, several times, something very significant. I stated that
    • were less able than ever to speak, as human beings, about the Christ.
    • for such understanding had never been so limited.
    • beings in many and various forms. Later, however, he appeared in the
    • lost, it was nevertheless a step forward that led to Clemens of
    • completely, but to understand it correctly, we must nevertheless
    • Later, however, he appears as Son; he imbues all things.
    • descended to earth, however, the wisdom had disappeared. The real
    • however, had disappeared by this time.
    • being, Jesus of Nazareth, we find everything concentrated that had
    • disappears, because everything that had once been distributed is
    • priests. Believers were expected to participate in the Mass, which
    • whatever can be struck out, and construct from the Gospels something
    • people have said that he never lived on earth.” Christology
    • is not easy to understand. Nevertheless, it can be understood. You
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  • Title: Lecture: On the Dimensions of Space
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    • removed from our more concrete studies of Anthroposophy. They are however
    • sharp contrast and division was however only developed in the course
    • will of man follows his movements everywhere. Moreover, the
    • everyday functions of life, in a word, all the activities of man in
    • will must also go everywhere, wherever the three dimensions extend.
    • by the arm and hand. The will goes with it everywhere, wherever the
    • the ordinary everyday consciousness, man will say to himself,
    • left-hand side I feel it also.’ In the everyday
    • experiences which every man can have in his own nature, and from
    • you touch your right hand with your left hand-say with the several
    • Though the everyday consciousness does not generally go farther
    • of our body. For unless the several members of our organism stood in
    • always a connecting line in every case — whenever
    • sensation would never come about. In all the surging waves of feeling
    • does Feeling come about. Feeling never comes about in space, but only
    • dimensions. Everything three-dimensionalis
    • body-only it is for ever being painted from both sides. Thus if
    • dimensions of space. Feeling is two-dimensional. Nevertheless it has
    • everyday consciousness man has little inclination as a rule to
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  • Title: Lecture: What Has Geology to Say About the Origin of the World?
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    • deposits from earlier and ever earlier times, successively overlaid
    • the earth, everything else rests. Intuitively, Goethe
    • — and it was with reverence that he regarded this
    • spirit vitalises everything, so too does a secret stir within me, a
    • nevertheless — as if outlined in a rough charcoal drawing
    • evolution of the earth and its living creatures. It was not, however,
    • traced back to any kind of action by fire, but that everything we can
    • make its watery origin less apparent today. Everything, so to speak,
    • Goethe in his “Faust:” “Everything has its origin
    • unshaken; its back rises on high, where its summit was never reached
    • from our human point of view we call perfect today, we come to ever
    • prehistoric times and finds in the domain which eyes can observe ever
    • point of view of spiritual science one must practically reverse the
    • preceded by the lifeless, but them reverse is the case; the
    • will be ever less and less living processes; for more and more they
    • processes; during the body's lifetime, however, these chemical and
    • latter itself we should, however, have something in a state of
    • mid-period of earth-evolution had already been passed ever since the
    • must be examined with the sternness which should be applied to every
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  • Title: Lecture: Thinking and Willing as Two Poles of the Human Soul-Life
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    • Naturally, however, what actually takes place in the life of the soul
    • during the waking state is never entirely one-sided; thinking is not
    • must nevertheless be aware that if, during such a period of outer
    • of the soul the forces of the will are never separated off; they
    • never exist for themselves alone. But the qualities that are never
    • existence, may nevertheless be traced back to a different
    • if we limit our observation to the affairs of everyday life we shall
    • into the spiritual world. There, however, they are in the highest degree
    • At the moment however we are speaking of normal human beings. Such people,
    • appear as though they really were thinking. In reality, however,
    • everything which surrounds us and works upon our senses,
    • everything to which we are subjected from waking until sleeping. All
    • everything that one sees. We call it the tapestry of the
    • have everything that one sees, hears, perceives as warmth, as the
    • that can be sensed in this way). There is, however, something behind
    • everything which we have in the physical world. That these
    • our consciousness. The power of thinking, however,
    • never remains the same for a moment. The present is of such a nature
    • You cannot undo it because it belongs to the past. If, however,
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    • Munich gathering from every possible country in Europe. Two things
    • to bring this about externally by all sorts of clever thoughts and
    • struck us in Munich was the ever increasing thronging to our
    • day, but they will be when everything that Theosophy included
    • awaits us in this respect. For it is certain, if we are ever in a
    • without understanding the resurrection, however great theologians we
    • not interested in Christ, and never have been. They do not feel any
    • every normally thinking person will look upon the cultivation
    • say that, notwithstanding everything that may be said against these
    • contains great truths concerning everything not Christian, —
    • Becoming a Buddha, as everyone acquainted with Buddhism
    • never appear again on earth. The Bodhisattva became Buddha; he no
    • himself ascends to the dignity of a Buddha. Now every disciple of
    • the individuality of a Bodhisattva. One of these was however, present
    • from this she formed the idea that Christ had never lived at all,
    • he had been Jesus of Nazareth. This is however, a complete confusion
    • We however, must
    • be denied. And why so? What I must say is that everyone who is
    • all know that Buddha can never appear again in the flesh; you
    • place at the starting point of our era never existed; for there we
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    • and that it would never be possible to give more than a merely rough
    • charcoal drawing, just an outline of these. It is however
    • Akashic substance. There is a register there of everything that has
    • countries, but everywhere where psychology is discussed, it is
    • such a cosmic tableau as reality. You must think away everything that
    • mind. Further, you must think away everything that is in the world;
    • if he really holds the thought that everything is taken away and man
    • saturated with that which inspires dread and fear wherever he turns,
    • clairvoyant forces. In external literature, however, whether written
    • found. The philosophers are as a rule extremely clever and speak in
    • every thought that may come to him, in a sort of condition of dimness
    • discoverable. If we revert to the simile of swimming, we may say it
    • is much better to keep to the reverse direction; from Earth to
    • your concepts are benumbed, that everything that you can remember,
    • everything to which you look forward is benumbed into a rigid state,
    • Suppose a man says something to you and you think, ‘how clever
    • vanished again; everything is simultaneous. Now, however, the feeling
    • an indication of how we should really look upon fire. Wherever we see
    • fire, wherever we are aware of heat, we should not think in so
    • But wherever heat is present we should feel that what is at the
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    • throughout the world, wherever heat is perceptible it is the outer
    • everything he possesses, indeed, not only everything he possesses,
    • understanding ever does so against his own will. A sacrifice offered
    • is who can grasp the thought: Whenever heat appears in the world
    • to understand inwardly with intensest reverence, what the beatitude
    • least a hint, a foretaste of such a spirit — never could we
    • feel this spirit of self-surrender can never attain to higher
    • must always be emphasised that we can never attain higher
    • everyday thought work out whatever self-will has created by means of
    • will never say that he can only accept what he has first proved. He
    • everything. For how do we acquire clairvoyant knowledge? Only by
    • eliminating everything we have ever learnt. As a rule a man says, I
    • desires have aroused in me, etc. For there can never be any question
    • deeds. And we must never believe that we can acquire any conception
    • or illumination, so that we can never expect anything to come to us
    • world as a gift, everything ho possessed — we should thus be
    • only outer manifestation. For wherever there is air in the world, the
    • imprints itself into matter (besides everything else), this is the
    • spiritual being of air. Wherever there is air we are concerned with
    • giving has no object. On the Sun, however, giving and accepting
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    • their own being. This is to be found in every breath of wind, in all
    • will as a rule underlies it. Whatever he does, be it the
    • will underlies them. From his will proceeds everything that leads to
    • accepting everything just as Karma sends it to us, the more we are
    • something far removed from our everyday life; and then we are guided
    • thought, however, which we should entertain is this: that man would
    • never have attained his freedom, or the capacity for individual
    • could never have acquired his human dignity, in the true sense of the
    • However, another host of Cherubim accomplish something else; these
    • then form an element in everything that happens in evolution. We
    • Saturn, and that Time is implanted into everything. All that we have
    • during the evolution of ancient Sun we come to a severance between
    • does not actually begin during the Sun age. This can however, only be
    • ‘resignation’ is within whatever takes place on ancient
    • as resignation we must think of in everything on ancient Moon,
    • carried over from ancient Sun, and as we think of everything else in
    • foundation is renunciation, or resignation. Wherever water is
    • during the Sun-State. If it had never been made, if the Cherubim had
    • state into a State of Duration. However the substance of the
    • go on creating as we have done from Saturn to Sun there would never
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    • recognised that nevertheless spiritual qualities and properties
    • everyone knows it — as uncertainty and at the same time
    • put another layer of existence over it, and as far as everyday life
    • is concerned the child forgot it. And indeed it may very well never
    • been the end of the matter. The first injustice had however been
    • which governs every Soul and occasionally emerges in, its original
    • every one. Sometimes it takes one form and sometimes another. One
    • that it is a kind of willing, and whenever we investigate this
    • never create the same inner disposition of Soul as would have been
    • was what is called ego-nature which comes out in every form? It is
    • not, however, think of movement in space, but movement rather more
    • like the nature of thought. Every one knows the expression
    • itself and is never satisfied. Then came the Spirits of Movement and
    • conditions to ever new beings.
    • constantly renewed relation to ever new Beings and new
    • to the Sun, if it never moved, it would be subject to that
    • empty-Souled, empty of everything not to be called longing. But the
    • subsoil of our soul, a never-ceasing craving for redemption. It is as
    • all time — not in a never-ceasing succession of pictures.
    • never be satisfied, but yearns for the central basis of life. This
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    • the spiritual is to be discerned behind everything perceptible to our
    • really vanish into a sort of nothingness? Is everything around us in
    • wonder, this astonishment, from which every form of learning must
    • described as bringing sublimity and life into anything, however dry.
    • astonishment. But we do not feel this for everything that is strange
    • perception goes, considers himself in no wise related. That however
    • philosophers to-day are obliged to admit that it can never be proved
    • level as the argument of a man who had never seen anything but fish
    • Spirits of Movement, however, and this can be taken almost literally,
    • where-ever we encounter fire or heat, behind it there is its
    • which was severed from its purpose by renunciation. Now we have
    • to perish, it is in reality only severed from this great organism,
    • just as the piece of finger-nail is severed from our organism when we
    • organism of the earth of which the plants everywhere form part. And
    • We are, however, in a
    • plants is a process that takes place on the surface. So we can never
    • a real victory over death. For every other being death is only
    • ego-consciousness there. Without death he could never find it.
    • never descended to the physical plane, he would know nothing of
    • concerning every other historical event we can only interpret it
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    • of the human being, and every now and then we must therefore
    • unconscious and instinctive life was never more to the fore
    • whichever form they may take in the minds of individual
    • humanity has ever had is — to put it simply —
    • earth and never had the opportunity to let spiritual impulses
    • to be awake and to try, whatever your place in life may be,
    • world, and this has never before influenced our world as
    • aware of this, however; they do not even notice when things
    • set vast numbers of people thinking. But people never notice,
    • likely to happen were never taken in the right way; people
    • Everywhere
    • to understand and have an opinion on everything. People find
    • an opinion. In fact, it hardly ever comes to their minds that
    • present time is literally challenging us every hour, indeed
    • every minute, to wake up. Anthroposophy as a science of the
    • everything in the house. The adults who see this happening
    • children, find a solution: They take care that everything
    • until peace comes; everything has to be broken, so there will
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 2: Humanity's Struggle for Morality
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    • means we are challenged to do everything we can to encourage
    • the same degree. It will, however, hold true in future.
    • place. Sometimes, however, some of this comes through at an
    • great riddles of the age. However, many are not fully active
    • never realizing that chemical foods are not the same as those
    • intellectual development of humanity today. However, no one
    • powers — astral body and ego; but everything is mixed
    • things if everything is mixed up together? The truth is that
    • world every night, and initially this has extraordinarily
    • behind in bed every night which is not taken care of by the
    • everything has merged into one and become mixed up in their
    • however, who used the terms Salt, Mercury and Sulphur.
    • significance, however? It is more or less like this: On
    • however, have one peculiarity — there is nothing in it
    • are very much mistaken; for in that case people could never
    • they nevertheless represent one great impulse — to
    • to realize this, but — I have spoken of this on several
    • never reach this point, however. They will continue to look
    • things, however, that Johann Valentin Andreae sought to find.
    • may not end in failure. The first condition is, however, that
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    • time, going back several decades and also looking decades
    • probably never as marked as it inevitably is today. This may
    • immediate future, people will feel more strongly than ever
    • fanciful and absurd. Nevertheless, truths that until now were
    • never reach perfection. Yet people who think
    • that everybody can live what they consider to be the good
    • life, the same for everybody, and so on. Their vision of the
    • Teachers also do, for instance. Today, every educational
    • in the physical world. And if it is a law that there never
    • inclination to think materialistically. However much people
    • the illusion that, however imperfect this physical world may
    • Everything
    • not immediately obvious, however, in the vast field of social
    • invention. It was a very clever thing. He had invented a
    • really clever; but if one looks at the whole thing it is no
    • extremely logical and clever, developed by applying all kinds
    • What matters is not to be merely clever, or logical, but to
    • relate to reality. In the end the student never went to see
    • making everyone happy, it will not be immediately obvious.
    • blood or the like. Nevertheless, this literary lexicon quotes
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    • everything is different from the way it is here. You get to
    • with human birth and death. You should never believe that
    • enemies of everything human beings seek and desire for their
    • everything was done just to suit the wishes of human beings
    • the urge to destroy and lay waste to everything which
    • world, for the processes of birth and death happen every day
    • and every hour here on earth. The moment human beings cross
    • death, however, but within the realm of physical life. If
    • led to the aeroplane. Consider everything which has come into
    • the case, however. The development of human civilization
    • sweat of their brow. Everything people do in this respect is
    • guided. In laboratories, workshops, really everywhere where
    • an unpalatable truth for people who never tire of making
    • however, something else which can happen, something people
    • nice to have them all in the outer social sphere. However,
    • become prejudicial behaviour. And however good the right may
    • something bad. We therefore must seek ever new ways, look for
    • and why should right not continue to be right for ever and
    • ever? It is extremely difficult for people today to have
    • Every now and
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    • Up to then everything was growth and development. In some
    • This, however,
    • Evolution does, however, go in waves and it is possible to
    • as it may seem to you, it is nevertheless true to say: We
    • however, that anything we inwardly develop and inwardly are,
    • modern science, but nevertheless came as close as anyone can
    • subject matter for several volumes. I have made it into a
    • now; it does, however, agree with what genius will be in the
    • truly less and less of this world. This, however, should not
    • Nevertheless,
    • gradually, however. For the time being, human beings still
    • With every incarnation we withdraw more and more from the
    • could not be understood, however, and people often did not
    • body. It will however, need the brutal reality of the facts
    • ideas like these will be particularly vital in everything
    • not yet reached the point, however, where they can really be
    • conscious of the truth of everything I have just told you.
    • times. It is utterly wrong, however, to think like a Greek
    • were given everything they needed from their environment, an
    • interesting that such things happen every now and again.
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    • thought is with us wherever we are in waking consciousness.
    • want to establish what fills the conscious mind in everyday
    • are always, wherever we are — whether sitting, standing
    • is, however, a difference between the thoughts flitting
    • up. Nevertheless, you can get up out of habit, without
    • am now going to get up. There are people, however, who get
    • ordinary life. And everything else we do is really done in
    • be purely elemental by nature. In the head, everything would
    • everything shown here as ‘b’ has been created by
    • However,
    • This is nonsense, however. The truth is that the human race
    • anything about this, however, because they only hold human
    • however, that his prophesy came true.’ I could show you
    • Blurred dream images came into everyday sensory perception,
    • images which nevertheless related to real happenings in the
    • solid and mineral in quality. Everywhere colour and sound
    • ‘One's a human being; if there are several, you've
    • must be made again. Otherwise, everything people produce by
    • not of this world but is present everywhere in the kingdom of
    • however, be necessary for people to overcome the unease and
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    • kilogram or whatever. Having made enormous efforts and slowly
    • nevertheless leave me with this impression. I have enormous
    • as will be evident from several
    • penetrate every human sphere. To put it as a paradox —
    • paradoxes never represent the actual facts, of course, but we
    • everything which exists in the outside world, and find the
    • not able to see them. Luther, however, was an individual of
    • not everything written is fraudulent, and some of the things
    • What has been written is not exactly outstanding, however,
    • the Body and blood of Christ enter into them. Everything
    • alive in everything, and that this spirit can only be found
    • not have other kinds of experiences as well, we would never
    • with just one of the senses, you are deceived wherever you
    • necessary, however, for if it were not for this illusion we
    • of illusion. To begin with, however, the illusion must not
    • around us is deceiving us at every step. We fight our way
    • everyday events. We have to see through the things which
    • everything I have said about eastern Europe in lectures and
    • statements people make today, however erudite, then you have
    • However, we
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    • form of thinking like a net over everything in order to
    • understand it. We have to consider everything on an
    • is different, however, when it comes to social and political
    • life. Here the human thoughts of every individual enter into
    • however, makes them rather limited. Now, limited concepts do
    • situation and you will find this everywhere.
    • most abstract of abstract ideas which, however, can only be
    • were obliged to leave everything untouched. Yet we must not
    • temporality, the human being forever evolving, the transient,
    • every human being, and that every single human being is worth
    • been like a thread running through everything I have been
    • saying to you since my return. It does, however, mean that
    • Kjellen, too, is trying to present every State as an
    • consequence, however, for we grow blind to any argument
    • nevertheless build a whole system on a completely
    • can certainly be made; what matters, however, is what we are
    • however, possible to compare political and social life on
    • sterile and do not bear fruit. Every insight based on reality
    • in every part of the real world out there. People are made
    • without inner life do, however, have the disadvantage that
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    • truths of spiritual development come to mind whenever you
    • in the spiritual world. Everything I am referring to at the
    • of evolution. We may characterize it by saying that every
    • Everything which has the power to act as a bacillus,
    • everything in which bacilli are involved, is the result of
    • that everything connected with certain effects relating to
    • have to face them calmly. We shall only do so, however, if we
    • danger of preserving what should not be preserved. Everything
    • gaining in human freedom. Everything is connected with this,
    • be in league with everything which has come about through
    • doubt. But in fact the time will never come, just as it will
    • never happen that in a hundred and fifty years time a child
    • entities which will be rummaging through every part of the
    • people christen everything ‘moral impulse’‘
    • situation, however, is well aware that psychic or spiritual
    • into such things will find them at every turn. If you were to
    • never write about the most important event, which is something
    • would have found a way of removing everything he had written
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    • however, are not viable. Why is this so? Well, imagine
    • should learn something from this, however — as I have
    • than ever, people are much given up to illusion. Just
    • this brings people together! Everybody hears about everybody
    • Press, which understands everything and goes into everything,
    • would ever fail to make new literary works widely known? You
    • these individuals must nevertheless know three or four people
    • processes of evolution do know, however, how impulses and
    • clever people, many of them to be found as members of the
    • atmosphere of spiritual life. This means, however, that
    • more powerful than ever if we do this. This is indeed the
    • be perceived by the senses, and never give a thought to the
    • one way, however. The ahrimanic powers will also thrive if
    • made to render it complete. However, this second statement
    • by refusing to know about it, however, but by being as
    • must gradually come to the realization that everything
    • has two sides. Modern people are so clever, are they not?
    • — infinitely clever; and these clever modern people say
    • the predictions were made. And everybody still talks just
    • of the future. Believe me, everything people achieve today in
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  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 11: Recognizing the Inner Human Being
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    • reality, evolution is never as consistent as those who
    • the human being. This is not how it is, however, for in the
    • situation is reversed again: the more spiritual line goes
    • but it will happen nevertheless.
    • this stream of rationality: always do everything in such a
    • should never experience anything deeper than they are able to
    • if we make every effort to give children only such things as
    • is true nevertheless. Essentially this is connected with the
    • It is not true, however. Human beings are closely bound up
    • actuality pass through everything; they can therefore pass
    • goes through them; not through the head, however, but through
    • the earth. Our views on everything which goes on in the
    • and in every field, need the stimulus of spiritual science.
    • everything we learn is to forget it again as quickly as
    • everyday life are taken up in a living way, and also in such
    • from a different point of view than that of everyday journalism
    • of course, believe they are particularly clever and logical,
    • maintains reverence. Man remains man and God remains God.
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 12: The Spirits of Light and the Spirits of Darkness
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    • definitions in anthroposophy, however. Perception will be
    • impulses which would make every human being an independent
    • individual. It was not to be, however, for humanity was not
    • every human being to be an independent individual. This would
    • with the earth. In everything connected with heredity, with
    • importance attached to regulating everything to do with the
    • two streams: the ‘protector’ of everything to do
    • ‘protector’ of everything which wants to abandon
    • reversed. The spirits of light who have been continuing in
    • everything has its time in evolution. In the general and
    • of decline in humanity. Everything based on dominance of the
    • however, to keep clear of sympathies and antipathies.
    • Goetheanism, the other Darwinism. If you study everything I
    • have never failed to recognize the profound significance of
    • that they are not true. But if you really study everything I
    • For he saw the spiritual element in everything. Goethe thus
    • which is dying down — everything you can discover about
    • are ever new in earth existence. Both are necessary. It is
    • cannot grow younger, for their souls will share in everything
    • it is true nevertheless. The arms are a different length from
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 13: The Fallen Spirits' Influence in the World
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    • there has never been such an upsurge in subtlety of
    • say: ‘Humanity has never been as clever as during those
    • decades.’ It really was clever. If you study the
    • Speculation could never show that the very qualities of the
    • apply only to the physical world, however; they do not apply
    • nevertheless a mirror-reflection of the battle which had been
    • think. Spiritual influences can be felt everywhere, though at
    • clever from the materialistic point of view that they fall
    • over themselves with their cleverness. The spiritual truths
    • However, we do find something quite peculiar in the case of
    • and more morose. (People were getting more clever, but for
    • or lecturing on technology. However, when he took up
    • century. They hail everything which has been achieved from
    • darkness, who invents everything humanity has come to depend
    • here, there and everywhere. It is particularly when spiritual
    • things that everybody is talking about today is especially
    • the shallow superficiality of the man. In those days, however,
    • darkness are at work everywhere to befog human minds. One day
    • through everything I have called a social carcinoma in the
    • older times. These are now being used up. Every day brings
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    • this in such a way, however, that the relationship between
    • nevertheless true that earthly events are connected with such
    • everything we read about in so-called history happened
    • people have become as clever as I have said. All this
    • age. However, it will go on beyond this, into the seventh
    • by people. This has come to an end, however, and people will
    • which, however, will only be possible if one knows the
    • century brought everything which can cause people to be
    • can go into every detail of how the horse sets about drawing
    • say you have lived several decades, or two or three decades
    • thoughts went ahead, however, and so there are continuous
    • to go against it. What I mean is this: never before in the
    • in agitation, revolution, revolutionary longings. Never
    • that several hundred professors are employed as professors of
    • to mind whenever we speak of the reasons for developments.
    • Whenever you
    • summer, for example, and so on, but not every detail of the
    • position of the sun. Generally speaking, however, the course
    • have never had the least idea that history is still so young
    • humanity democratic; everything will have to be smashed to
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  • Title: Lecture: Fall and Redemption
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    • everything that does not relate to the outer sense world.
    • everything unrelated to the outer sense world. Goethe made a
    • can become really alive only if we can reverse the path that we
    • fact, in its present development, is on the point of reversing the
    • reverse the fall of man. I showed how, through spiritualizing the
    • That is something, however,
    • But in modern times they are hardly ever humble. Often those
    • everything that is sought by the humble soul that lifts itself
    • inwardly to real, spiritual truths, and they say: Everything must be
    • of all today. But nevertheless, during the time of real consciousness
    • sure, in a dreamlike way — will grow more than ever. And (I say
    • everything about the matter. One does not think of oneself at all as
    • nevertheless, because a full consciousness is being demanded
    • us, however, to dictate program truths. Above all, they must
    • penetrate into a feeling of responsibility for every single
    • dealing with external, sense-perceptible facts. Whoever has not
    • nature, you can find this intelligence holding sway everywhere. And
    • from nature. Intelligence is everywhere in nature; everything,
    • everywhere is wisdom. A person who ascribes intelligence exclusively
    • to himself is about as clever as someone who declares: You're saying
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  • Title: Foredrag: Kristusimpulsen i tidens utvikling og dens virke i mennesket
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    • som mennesket derved opptok i seg, det lever fra den gamle
    • hvordan Kristus-kraften omstråler barnenaturen og lever i
    • som strever med å lære å tale, tenker på
    • Kristuskraften beskyttende og ansporende lever i taleevnen.
    • ærbødighet for det som lever og råder i
    • komme til å tyde gåten om hvordan Kristus lever i
    • former som lever i dets eget indre), når det lar denne sin
    • og lever og virker i dens guddommelige opphav.
    • Kristus også trer inn i de tanker, som lever og råder
    • sådanne lever videre i oss. Der vil komme en tid for
    • og som lever som erindring i dem, - og da de vil kunne se at
    • Kristus lever med i erindringsevnen. Kristus vil kunne tale
    • erindringsevnen lever i meg, slik lever i denne min erindring
    • dukker helt ned til det som lever videre i vårt indre som
    • ord i oss, da opptar vi noe som er menneskeverdig. Som planten
  • Title: Lecture: Man's Fall and Redemption
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    • For, everything that a thinker applies when he is bent on his
    • this in mind rightly we must say that whenever we contemplate the activity
    • reach the source of origin of all, where everything is spiritual, and
    • just descended from heaven. Their form shows everywhere the
    • “V”), the Swabian Vischer, a very clever man, who wrote
    • remember something which people today never bear in mind — indeed,
    • popular and which rules in every head even in the farthest corner of
    • post-existent life can, however, only be acquired through
    • Nevertheless, the depths of the human soul are still untouched: If
    • whatever. You must go beyond time and space, to conceptions formed in
    • the vertebrae of the present skeleton of a human being can never
  • Title: Lecture: Calendar of the Soul
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    • Everything
    • to a symbol for the spiritual world behind it. Everything to
    • physical human kingdom, everything that makes an impression upon the
    • ever-recurring rhythmic experience. Man must experience in rhythmic
    • would, however, be a fallacy, merely an external
    • happens in the spring, when everything buds and sprouts. The moment
    • physical Nature; everything buds and blossoms and lower elemental
    • may then feel reverence which takes the form of a prayer to these
    • determined every year by the constellations. Just as in the spring
    • Infinitely deep wisdom is everywhere in evidence here, wisdom
    • that in every plant, if a connecting line is drawn between the points
    • bindweed. These are everyday phenomena but no attention is paid to
    • them. Some day, however, these things will again be studied and then
    • various species of plants because there are several planets and their
    • Everything
    • appropriate for the modern age — regarding everything in
    • significance, having nothing whatever to do with nationality.
    • with German culture! No credence whatever should be given to this
    • misstatements are made. Unfortunately, however, such
    • you will be able to use this Calendar of the Soul every year. In it you
  • Title: Lecture: The Spirit in the Realm of Plants
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    • It was said that the person knowing himself could never
    • that wherever we gaze and are able to discover the spirit, there this
    • spirit in objects, however, usually remain with speaking about the
    • behind this or that phenomenon. Nevertheless, in our spiritual
    • first to place before humanity the truth that every plant body is
    • every leaf of the higher plants consisted of innumerable, tiny
    • advances of the nineteenth century. He was unable, however, to think
    • materialistically crude way, with everything that Fechner wanted to
    • something basically took place that must be experienced by every soul
    • doubts and riddles that arise nevertheless, especially when one
    • compelling concepts in such a realm. Whoever is not acquainted with
    • concern for solving life's riddles, however, and is at the same
    • by very few. It is clear, however, to whoever maintains a healthy
    • And whoever merely looks at plants by themselves, remaining with the
    • Here, however, we come
    • nevertheless for the spiritual scientific view. We come to look
    • in this way. It can only speak in such a way that everything found on
    • might already suggest to us that, just as every stone has a certain
    • relationship to the earth, so also everything plant-like belongs to
    • it. Just as every stone, every lifeless body, shows its relationship
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    • event that took place, however, before Man became physically
    • on the part of mankind as a whole, before man ever entered
    • an ancient Mystery-wisdom. To understand, however, even in an
    • natural-scientific materialism however, if I may say so,
    • everywhere, Dupuis' materialism, on the other hand, was in a
    • electric telegraph; nevertheless, the principle of the
    • instance. Within the Mysteries, however, in their own circle,
    • person as Hercules or Osiris or Isis had, of course, never
    • Nevertheless, they left them in the air. Few, no doubt, had
    • Christ never was a physical personality, but a Sun. It was
    • their origin in the 3rd post-Atlantean epoch. Whereever
    • technique of science. The science of religion was never
    • that the esotericists held to be dangerous. Never, in the
    • religious truth to be in any way dangerous. Whatever they
    • willing to pursue them in the severely limited circle of
    • truths, however, are only kept under lock and key nowadays by
    • spread abroad everywhere; and, needless to say, it would only
    • (What I now refer to concerns every human being, down to the
    • however, meet in human nature; they fertilise one another in
    • impulses, has also the impulse to overcome every separate and
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    • reach with his ordinary, every-day intellect. Moreover, until
    • as ever-present, is precisely that Christian spirit which can
    • I have recently pointed out. Whatever a man undertakes
    • large scale. Nevertheless, everything that lies along this
    • age only desires, wherever possible, to understand the
    • should know that our very heart's blood is united with every
    • action we perform, be it the most trivial and everyday.
    • to revere, in Pallas Athene, the Virgin Wisdom, Pallas Athene
    • express is the inspiring Spirit. Every time you speak —
    • earthly constitution; for an earthly constitution, whatever
    • gives an answer to this question (I mean, however, the
    • notably of the frontal portions. For a true Science, however,
    • organ of smell. To be clever, in the sense of Physical
    • ideas. To be clever, in the materialistic sense, is to have a
    • but say that to be “sharp” or clever on the
    • sexuality and reproduction must exist. In Science, however,
    • every textbook of Physics. The blue of the sky itself is
  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 3
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    • all the World. Wherever we may look — among all peoples
    • Mysteries everywhere associated either with the secret of
    • patently at hand in every case; the inner connections are not
    • Warmth)? What is it in reality, when they revere this Fire?
    • super-sensible Alan — perceptible, however, to an old
    • the Light. Here too, however, as in the case of Fire,
    • other planets in their several constellations were brought
    • home to the consciousness of men. It was, however, a very
    • the starry constellations. Throughout the ever-changing
    • association of the fixed stars with the several planets, they
    • on, Man bears microcosmically within him the several regions
    • full scope and range of this matter, must, however, also bear
    • the following in mind. In man we have the several
    • and they always knew that with every secret of a starry
    • were not really the work of the Egyptians, Whenever
    • prejudice of to-day to suppose that everything is inherited
    • from the ancestors, — that everything comes from the
    • fraught with meaning, though for the clever people of to-day,
    • Wherever a plant arises, wherever a human being or an animal
    • Universe. Every seed is united with the macrocosm; the seeds
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  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • feelings and of everything which constitutes our inner being,
    • consciousness we never have the feeling that by dwelling only
    • ourselves, with everything which now constitutes our
    • earthly life as a firm resistance which mirrors everything, just
    • because of this, everything which surrounds us as we pass through
    • reflect itself. Through these experiences we perceive everything
    • as a soul-spiritual being everything with which we were in some
    • imaginative vision here in the physical world, through everything
    • emerges everything with which we were connected by destiny, or
    • free, soul-spiritual life. Everything in our environment with
    • everything appears to us in this way when we look back upon our
    • reverence towards the mysteries contained in the universe,
    • towards everything in the universe inspiring reverence and which
    • man's everlasting being, we can also recognize the true nature of
    • exists: Whenever a thought lights up within you during your
    • — and this mirroring element reveals everything which we
    • people believe that it is well meant … they nevertheless
    • also full of speculative elements. But whenever we consider the
    • This is, however, not in keeping with spiritual science. The
    • have a stunted aspect, how everything is at first merely head, we
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  • Title: Lecture: The Supersensible in the Human Being and in the Universe
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    • Every unprejudiced
    • would, however, be a mistake to think that the causes for the
    • the external world. Everything that faces us in the external
    • Everything that faces us today in the external world,
    • thought is, however, faced by something else that springs out of
    • in past times the human being derived everything that he believed
    • everywhere, behind the phenomena of Nature, spiritual Beings that
    • sin. Wherever they looked, they did not see phenomena of Nature
    • the human being lifted up his heart and soul whenever he wished
    • to feel himself within the everlasting, spiritual kernel of his
    • Century, learned to think that everything we carry along with us
    • everywhere the laws of Nature, and we cannot think of them as
    • indeed, in a certain respect, an aesthetic feeling of reverence
    • in connection with Nature, we cannot feel any religious reverence
    • super-sensible element that corresponds to everything sensory in
    • moral feelings, his religious feelings of reverence. The human
    • Nevertheless, this
    • three manifestations of human nature; nevertheless, you will
    • link, whenever the human being, living upon the earth and
    • knowledge of the external world. I shall, however, look back upon
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  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • for they embrace every question dealing with science and life and
    • every problem of greatest and smallest importance.
    • of the universe modern people show a deep interest for everything
    • nevertheless nervous, for he was acquainted with soul moods, and
    • this expressly — that he took every possible scientific
    • make things clear to you from every aspect) should be stricter
    • everyone can test them … whenever the human will (and we
    • believer. He briefly recapitulates what I have been giving you as
    • person who really has no cause whatever for getting tired during
    • are viewed from every side, their earnest enigmatic character
    • never reach a satisfactory solution of this problem. Even such
    • and by filling consciousness with an ever greater amount of
    • plunge into our physical body; every memory thought is connected
    • ordinary life only with the soul, which we never do otherwise. In
    • mean to be irreverent, nor do I destroy any ideal through lack of
    • reverence, for I have a deep feeling for all the beauty
    • not wish to pull to pieces something which I revere as much as
    • is the same as when a sense impression is produced. Whenever we
    • stimulus in every sensory impression, so there is always a
    • the body every night with its feeling and with its will, and the
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  • Title: Lecture: East and West in the Light of the Christmas Idea
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    • Nevertheless a deeper insight into present conditions should not
    • of our century. To an unprejudiced mind everything coming from
    • itself in every sphere of life.
    • greatest reverence can be felt for it when looking back from its
    • world, but that in this physical world, in everything he saw
    • every tree, in every bush, in every cloud, in every fountain
    • cosmic content of the world. Wherever they looked, they saw the
    • language of the everlasting Cosmic Word, of a soul-spiritual
    • civilization as highest inner treasure; thought unfolds on every
    • of reverence in accordance with early Christianity.
    • the everlasting Word resounded, whereas later on they turned
    • everlasting Cosmic Word speaking out of the stars. The Mystery of
    • inner being. Ever since,
    • ever-growing measure to bear in mind that thought can become a
    • then you are lost for evermore.”
    • born not only in empty words, but in every form of wisdom and
    • living Christ should be brought into every form of knowledge. The
    • appreciate Christmas in the right way. Every sphere of life
  • Title: Lecture: Man and Cosmos
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    • We may therefore say: Everything in man existing in the form of
    • illusion. Every direction relating to perception must in the end
    • There are, however, other possibilities of consciousness, which
    • objects of every kind, so perceptions of the metals rise up to
    • thinking capacity. This process, however, remains chaotic and
    • reality, every human organ is a sense organ, and although we use
    • it for another purpose, or apparently do so, it is nevertheless a
    • organ. The human being is in every way a great sense organ, and
    • perceptions. Our feelings exist in contrast to everything coming
    • representing power exists in contrast to everything which
    • coming from every planetary movement and from every constellation
    • touching something. But everything that really lies in between,
    • such a way that every human organ is seized by the imaginative
    • heart, but every other organ. I have told you that the heart
    • could never perceive the gold. This process takes place as
    • every human organ to perceive. That is to say, the human being is
    • It may, however, occur that owing to pathological conditions, the
    • may, however, occur that someone who is not interested in the
    • in the region of the heart, to procure gold. He may, however,
    • know every organ in man when we are able to put together what we
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  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • epoch; i.e., ever since the middle of the Fifteenth Century, man
    • everything on earth which he fulfils out of the impulse of
    • If, however, in
    • impulses, instincts, passions and temperament, and everything
    • ever give him freedom. It may implant in him instincts which
    • never can it enable him to experience freedom. Freedom can only
    • course, everything which man saw in his own way as the world's
    • perceives from birth to death — but everything I say
    • in short, into everything which, symbolically speaking, lies
    • would perceive here on earth if every sense perception were to
    • hypnotize him, as if every sense perception were to take hold of
    • conceptions, we shall realize, however, what is needed in
    • by what the human being has acquired ever since the middle of the
    • everything will end in uniform heat. Man's whole being dissolves,
    • in which everything will perish. In between lies what we know,
    • exclude him. But this must take place in an ever-growing measure
    • We learn to recognize that everything before the Mystery of
    • everything after the Mystery of Golgotha sets out from it.
    • everything which modern man requires through the fact that he
    • everything in man that is capable of freedom. And having the
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  • Title: Lecture: Knowledge Pervaded with the Experience of Love
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    • in ancient Greece and was about to set; nevertheless we find in
    • older forms of thinking can show us that in the past everything
    • dead, everything that was not alive, was really looked upon as
    • ever-growing measure, the longing arose to look upon everything
    • certain ingredients, they never connected this with the idea of
    • living essence. Never did it occur to a medieval mind to connect
    • never been so rigid in the past. Indeed, this rigidity,
    • but thoughts conforming with the ever-changing, living form of
    • existence, with the ever-changing, living beings.
    • nevertheless gave man — as I have frequently described
    • whenever he faces the lifeless world.
    • that everywhere men had come down to the earth from a prenatal,
    • he felt in an ever-growing measure that he was the involucre of a
    • principle of God the Father. Everything which could be grasped by
    • which is, however, still unable to discover man's connection with
    • Father could never be imagined in human shape; he had to be
    • external culture; he cannot, however, remain standing by this
    • Everywhere in
    • we preserve our keen interest in every concrete detail of earthly
    • his spirituality from every single creature in Nature. As already
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    • Thanks to an anonymous donor, this lecture has been made available to everyone.
    • consequence of the severe duties demanded of them in these times, we
    • to-day, may He be with you in your severe tasks.
    • Christmas Eve. One thought, however, arises: we think how opponents
    • however greatly they may otherwise be disunited, who in the depths of
    • enmity, aversion and hatred, one and the same feeling may everywhere
    • ever separate mankind on earth. Thus the thought of Christ Jesus is a
    • greatness uniting mankind, however disunited it may be as regards all
    • were organised chiefly by the Christian Churches for believers in
    • originally was, we then see everything that man has become through
    • that originally destined for us. That however allows us to recognise
    • in the evolution of the Earth and is present therein. When, however,
    • ever clearer and clearer in the course of the near future, but to
    • we could never, as man, fulfil our original task on Earth and attain
    • the whole time man remains on Earth, ever looking forward to the
    • regions, there is everywhere this deep earnestness with which the
    • lying in the manger. They had never seen such a thing as a child in a
    • everyone screaming and showing by dancing and shouting the pleasure
    • various individuals, but never became popular.
    • deaths take place every day. All these thoughts which obtrude so
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    • Thanks to an anonymous donor, this lecture has been made available to everyone.
    • Nevertheless, it
    • through the world, touches us ever more deeply in the present than in
    • thought, however, is especially predominant. We think how enemy stands
    • feeling can impress itself into all human souls everywhere in these
    • beings on earth. And so it is nevertheless a thought of infinite
    • the word the Christmas verse, transcending everything that separates
    • believers of the mystery of Christmas night. Especially in these most
    • ancient times, however, there were those with deeper thoughts, with
    • The tree, however
    • unites him to the earth. Our outer form, however, which we surrender
    • Knowledge of Good and Evil — we see everything that the human
    • knowledge, however, it becomes something different for me, something
    • passes. Today, however, I will only touch on it, will only share it
    • standing in time while time keeps moving. Nevertheless this is so,
    • in the spiritual world, for otherwise we would never be able to
    • comes from these. The “I” waits, waits with everything
    • the portal of death and follows this path in reverse. This means
    • beverages, nor were they permitted — which could well happen
    • lay the Child. They had never seen that, they had never seen a
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    • to everyone.
    • through earthly life. Every epoch and every age has its special
    • state that ever since man has been man, he has thought, felt and
    • centuries before the Christian era. It is however significant that
    • prepared to state that historical research will, however unwillingly,
    • consciousness, still left to us in dreams. Everybody knows how dream
    • people of our time. Images, ever-changing pictures, symbols — of
    • these our dream consciousness consists. Everyone has experienced how
    • great steps forward in the civilisation of mankind. Whatever the
    • knowledge and understanding for everything that lives, be it plant or
    • every physical phenomenon. The whole civilisation inspired by
    • every physical phenomenon” — but this is merely a
    • principle of perfection. Whatever their development might be at the
    • opposition to Ormuzd; in course of time, however, their existence
    • future on the one side and into the past on the other. Time, however,
    • summer and in winter and they differ with every sign through which
    • Let that which ever operates and lives
    • the usual conceptions of the Cosmos held by man. The time, however,
    • the veil of the world of sense. There is, however, one significant
    • every soul to behold their radiance in the realms of earthly
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    • to everyone.
    • ever been subject to the laws of evolution. Not only is the external
    • several peoples built up this world of pictures in different ways,
    • picture-worlds represented, to the several peoples, the higher forces
    • and reverence for thousands of years. Those who lived in the later
    • have been severely punished. It is said too, that in the age when
    • and everything that is being continually excavated and brought to our
    • on Earth; for everything here was known to be of the world of space
    • but as a mechanical contrivance, we realise, nevertheless, that
    • every true thinker, this higher Ego is there, deeply concealed in all
    • spirit, who is ever impelled by the hidden Isis-forces —
    • “Osiris.” And so, after death, everyone was an
    • the Isis-power. In the knowledge gleaned from everyday life man does
    • now gives a materialistic interpretation to everything. The old Seers
    • matter. In the spiritual world, however, it is not so; in the
    • antiquity, was revered by the Egyptians as having had the most
    • physical life. Physical life, however, is but the body of a spiritual
    • reckon it out, you will see that every successive year began a little
    • Thoth, they revered the Being whose inspiration flowed from these
    • gratitude and reverence, saying: “All that I possess comes from
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    • to everyone.
    • experimenting along the lines of butterfly flight has never been
    • considered. Aviation, however would only assume its right form could it
    • a sluggard. Inwardly however, it is far from sluggish, for from its own
    • or other such means. The matter, however, is not so simple. One has to
    • human understanding. Nature indeed is far cleverer than man. The egg,
    • however, always requires moisture containing a certain amount of salt.
    • does not enter the sunbeam. However, it spins its own body into these
    • The caterpillar, however, has the time to create this sheath, to hang it
    • is produced by the action of imprisoned sunlight? In every instance
    • Every time you say “I” to yourself a little flame lights up
    • butterflies and insects in general. You see, men imagine everything to
    • He could not impart this to others however, for it would have unbalanced
    • mixing and blending all the colours correctly. You see Nature is forever
    • however, air penetrates, as the animal must be exposed to both air and
    • this way? He discovers everything already present in the egg only in
    • gracious! He still believes in the egg as containing everything; and
    • your cells and explain everything? So the man at the door took them
    • had explained everything. He had led them around, but instead of leading
    • someone is mad or not. You would be surprised by the cleverness of some
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    • opportunity for discussing several things connected with the last two
    • like to speak of how man's life on earth is in a certain sense a reverse
    • We can never say that we have knowledge of an organ by looking directly
    • living organ. We can never say that we have the same view of an internal
    • experience all our physical experience is reversed. Gradually, through
    • however, there is an essential process — or group of processes
    • only the world of the higher Hierarchies, we would never find ourselves.
    • never become fully aware of ourselves. Hence in our experience between
    • what makes us one with the beings of the higher world, and were never
    • us ever to achieve freedom, consciousness of freedom, consciousness of
    • approach ever nearer to the earth. We feel ourselves as a self, but
    • he learns what he needs in sleep for experiencing in reverse, fully and
    • use a metaphor — they were short-winded. So it is that whatever we
    • tone, we should never be able to speak or sing. It is precisely embodied
    • us. On earth this is reversed; in speech and song our own being is
    • Hierarchies? Nevertheless is it not true that whoever understands how to
    • listen to speech without taking the meaning into consideration, whoever
    • in the spiritual world. In art, however, we retreat a few steps from
    • connection in his creation and enjoyment of art. Actually art never
  • Title: Lecture: The Experiences of Sleep and their Spiritual Background
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    • relies on these methods alone can ever carry his observation of the life
    • are recognised today, the depths of man's soul-nature can never be
    • sleep as it occurs every day of a man's life, and we shall be obliged to
    • however, we are on uncertain ground; and the fact is, no serious and
    • Anthroposophical knowledge, however, just because it accepts in all
    • ordinary means of knowledge clarity can never be attained.
    • consciousness. They are not; nevertheless, what I describe is truly
    • itself and yet feels itself surrounded on every hand by the sea and
    • the definite sense of space ceases. A general sense of time, however,
    • several objects of the world side by side? Why is he not content to go
    • described; nor would he ever in the waking state come to a feeling of
    • relationship with these beings, and doing so severally, is now itself
    • spiritual. Humanity will, however, sink lower and lower in civilization
    • attached in any way to the senses, nevertheless it too is a well-defined
    • system. Note well, I do not say that every night from going to sleep
    • are deeply self-deceived. I will not, however, enter into this subject
    • directing their souls to the events of the Mystery of Golgotha. Whoever
    • most material one; nevertheless it owes its origin to the working of
    • cleverness, are an after-effect of the planetary experience. That which
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    • inanimate matter escaped observation. Pasteur, however, tried an
    • Every soul originates in soul;” in the same sense
    • muddle-heads. Ordinary everyday science dubs them fools. A new
    • processes took place within the skull But to-day for every
    • that all the organic beings that have ever lived on earth are
    • acknowledged everywhere, though the ideas of different thinkers
    • on everything further or if it were contended that the time had
    • do not, however, mean to assert that careful thought and
    • more complicated manner. Whoever wishes to unveil the secrets of
    • never seems to enter, that somebody else could himself make
    • which can be observed everywhere and which numbers of people
    • comes along and out of a fact accessible to every one discovers
    • the simple truth that every human being has a biography, but an
    • scientific assertion: “Everything that is alive originates
    • Everything psychic can only be explained as originating
    • what law this was, or how it worked, we did not know. However
    • posterity will cast miracle out, never to return. Everybody who
    • plausible. Although everybody will have to admit that our
    • and reflections of later days have, however, by no means
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    • again and again and bear fruit; and on which ever new
    • thrusting death outside. Thus it can also he said that every
    • what has often been said before, but which is never
    • everything living is born from the living.” (Of
    • Everything living is born from the living,” with
    • that which can never be produced from that environment.
    • which makes of him the quite distinct individual that every
    • man is. Every man is working towards the formation of what is
    • formation of the species. Every development, every advance in
    • development of every man we have to see a spirit and soul
    • individual in man. Now in the animal kingdom every creature
    • Every
    • all observation and logic.” In spite of this, however,
    • however, we observe this correlation between the individual
    • “There, also, life is ever taken away, in that the tree
    • unite itself to the outer world; and as it grows ever more
    • say that in everything that can fatigue a living being
    • therefore, say that every disturbance of the life-process
    • individual life. We could not develop further, however, we
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    • something distinct and limited. If, however, we send to the
    • rise and fall of colors and forms, which change at every
    • every moment. This is what we find in the case of man. But
    • nonetheless changeable, for at every moment they have a
    • different shape, color, or luminous force. Everything on the
    • everything on the physical plane is an expression of forces
    • emanating from these higher worlds. In everything we see
    • cannot be found, however, upon the astral plane, but must be
    • everything of an astral nature must be found upon the astral
    • — nevertheless, the inner nature of a Being must be
    • your Ego has no physical nature, and lives nevertheless upon
    • animals, owing to the fact that every human being has an
    • however, only when the human being is awake — when he
    • however, it is the most perfect of all — for it has
    • Ego craves for wine, beer, etc., whichever destructive
    • influence throughout life — nevertheless, the physical
    • everything which today may be called a solid body iron,
    • copper, tin, etc. Everything solid is Earth.
    • Secondly, everything liquid is Water for instance,
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    • Whenever
    • nevertheless intended to bring to your notice several of the
    • ever more and more definite — something not inherited,
    • and man, from soul to soul in every walk of life, those
    • discern the state of his soul and spirit. Everything within
    • everything living and moving in outer nature celebrates a new
    • by at the end of his studies in Leipzig. A severe illness
    • perseverance, one takes to what is called meditation and
    • means of entry. But Goethe never was identical with Faust in
    • student days, except that everywhere he sought the spirit
    • “Oh, everything here appears to me in a new guise; I
    • with true and natural laws; everything imaginary, arbitrary
    • strive ever higher; that we cannot claim to have achieved
    • everything living, in all the kingdoms of nature, in the
    • limited to the conception that in everything there is spirit.
    • That Goethe never neglected the effort to enter still further
    • the beginning, who plays his part in everything Faust
    • everyone who seeks to approach the Spiritual World harboring
    • second part of Faust nevertheless. Hence he could say to
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    • Christmas. Everywhere, if we enter but a little more deeply
    • there was created a figure, a figure, however, which lived,
    • For never lived a man, who to false Gods
    • Was given up as I was; never one
    • Thus had Cyprian learned to know everything that was to be
    • And every one returned from her abashed.
    • whom every man, even the simplest, can feel akin? Through that
    • everywhere where wisdom is, there is a twofold thing: wisdom of
    • world is fashioned and built. Everything that comes about,
    • see it already laid out in the organism of the child. Wherever
    • never be so great as was the wisdom that was used in order that
    • we ever so wise — we cannot approach it with our wisdom;
    • of the Gods for us not to strive after wisdom; every day and
    • every hour of the year is well applied, in which we realise it
    • as our human duty to strive after wisdom. And so does every day
    • and every hour of the year compel us to become aware that we
    • through the ever-returning picture of Jesus' birth at
    • it is ours to strive after in every hour and in every day of
    • ceased to be; every one said ‘thou’ to the other. That which
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    • which, ever since, has been the source and inspiration of all
    • are surrounded to-day. In those days, whatever auditorium you
    • tone, and was everywhere considered determinant.
    • or of an axiom, or the question of any truth whatever, it was
    • however, was not the case. The lecturers of those days and
    • quotations.” In short, from every point of view,
    • however, who had studied in the book of Nature could not
    • first inaugurated the system of severe thought necessary for
    • Nature spreads herself out before us, with everything
    • the Divine Mind. To Galileo, however, the Divine Mind is only
    • distinguished from the human mind by the fact that everything
    • never possible to man, but because the time for doing so has
    • incorrect. That, however, is immaterial to our purpose. The
    • ever being able to penetrate behind the veil of the world
    • sense in any way whatsoever.
    • from the periphery, but a God who is incorporate in every
    • Now, however,
    • herself at every step.
    • accepted everywhere with an universal delirium of joy. To
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    • [Approximately: “He who is ever striving,
    • only because he was forced to conquer every truth for
    • that life is one and undivided, that everything in life is
    • involved with everything else, and that life does not ask
    • which testify everywhere, when examined in the proper light,
    • everything in the world, in the final instance, by the
    • For of course they do impinge upon each other everywhere, one
    • scepticism. everywhere; and among our best geologists and
    • through ever-new ramifications. But side by side with these
    • relating to geology. Wherever scientists have gone to work
    • any animal form whatever now extant. All shades of opinion
    • This assertion is however no exaggeration, it is only what is
    • everywhere leads to the most extravagant theories. We see how
    • even the mere outside husk of physiology is everywhere
    • everywhere, even theoretically speaking, that the mass of
    • nevertheless refuse recognise that origin in the spirit. This
    • combined; but that everything that we think out exists as an
    • psychology which should have filled several volumes. Whoever
    • to embrace several volumes, had no successor. He only wrote
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    • certainly necessary in every sphere of thought and life to
    • investigation that error lurks in every nook and corner,
    • however, employs as means of investigation, what he can
    • forces itself into the diminished consciousness. Everything
    • everywhere the sources of error when one has to do with the
    • into his consciousness. If however one surveys the entirety
    • the path along which one can remove error ever more to one
    • idealism, spiritism, etc, and whoever is not a fanatic in one
    • Generally however one meets an extravagance to the point of
    • each other generally, becoming ever more fanatical; if
    • however, instead of this the attempt is made to be silent,
    • life to look back on everything that man has developed as
    • investigator. Finally one can regard everything formerly seen
    • inside one — as if one had stripped off everything, no
    • everywhere not merely errors of knowledge but Real Error
    • super-sensible, and is easily confused. Whoever travels this
    • path to the end, however, i.e. till he attains certainty in
    • flowed into ones pronouncements. Nevertheless, in all the
    • has developed oneself as a seer; yet, everyone is in a
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    • Nevertheless, in our time, the aspects we are here
    • nevertheless, we must admit, the whole way in which Mephistopheles
    • in their every-day power of thought have forgotten. What is
    • everything in the wrong place, not knowing how to put in it the
    • Nevertheless, the desire to pursue the continuous thread of
    • hard to decipher the several melodies of a man's life, for we
    • make a great mistake, especially when they try to be clever,
    • This, however, is woven together with other Karmic streams. For
  • Title: Lecture: Matter Incidental to the Question of Destiny
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    • instance, Into what river does the Neckar flow? They had never
    • Everything has at least two aspects, — indeed it has
    • soul are thereby developed. Not everyone can do that in the
    • human understanding — however limited — of what
    • so increasingly. Hitherto, however, few concepts and
    • son also to be a schoolmaster. Karma, however, had a different
    • recent discoveries. Max Eyth, however, finds that the
    • however, is — as we might say — a rather flighty
    • into his Karma inevitably, whatever happens. The man who does
    • sometimes, however, people who are not exactly ‘men of
    • whatever they call these official posts — he was
    • excellent worker, albeit one who observed everything with open
    • given a more modern form. Meanwhile, however, while he
    • worker, even has his own convictions!) Nevertheless, he
    • several stages in the career of jurisprudence,
    • means, to devise all manner of clever points, completely to
    • in all the clever points and cute devices of defenders.) This
    • lawyer, in a word, is extraordinarily clever; and he
    • speak about these things. Nevertheless they must be
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    • Jupiter, Venus and Vulcan states. A living grasp of our several
    • must remember, in a certain sense everything in the world is
    • open eye for what was happening, though they could never rise
    • realities. The Bourgeois type tends to reduce everything
    • feel such things in different ways, however, according as they
    • un-asleep. Views and opinions everyone can have, but the
    • opposition is guided and directed everywhere by spiritual
    • These things, however, are all of them part of a larger whole.
    • everywhere prevail in our surroundings, and that a bond
    • Nevertheless, there is something more in the methods chosen by
    • Those who wanted to keep everything from the world —
    • early childhood. And ever since that time, efforts were made so
    • whatever it may be that one desires to attain. For things in
    • probability never be fully cleared up. But we can also go back
    • sources. They may be quite innocent. Nevertheless, they too
    • begin with, passed through several other callings and had a
    • thrown into Europe? — a teaching, however brilliant from
    • religious ceremony is the right of every man. That is delirium
    • necessary light be thrown on what belongs more to the every-day
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    • all their descriptions — however sublime they sound
    • fancy, every one of them is speaking of his own God,
    • tendency of men to-day for every one to worship his own God.
    • emphasis of every one on his own God has become more and more
    • language, but with the one word every one conceives something
    • relation to them, though they do not admit the fact. Nevertheless,
    • of time, letting their several characteristics influence us, so
    • see no such connection. What I shall now say, let everyone take
    • can be well aware, needless to say, that the clever people of
    • of the first calls on every one who finds his way into
    • its significance. But we must go on describing ever more
    • may indeed behave as men are now behaving; but never in
    • entrusted to whoever found access to the Mysteries. These
    • or the Persian epoch). Everywhere we should find that that
    • sacred Mysteries. Now you can understand why they might never
    • real. For in those olden times it was so: every sequence of
    • this end, however, we must first learn to understand a little
    • of Goethe's Faust, however far apart these things may lie. To
    • this end, however, we must first bring before our souls certain
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    • Pentecost. In the Christmas conception, however, and that of
    • manifestation of the spiritual. But we can never view with our
    • will, an upright lift of the whole man, from whatever situation
    • spiritual world. No vision of the natural world can ever
    • Christian heart must have an ever deepening sense of
    • However we may view this narration, we shall not be able to
    • life something which is concealed from the every-day view of
    • physical manifestation as spiritual events, such as could never
    • by little develops to an ever greater perfection, growing out
    • must grow ever stronger in the future spiritual evolution of
    • Christian but capable of an ever increasing profundity. But we
    • and never quite distinctly. When we grasp the fact that the
    • conscious life. Every true believer of the Old Testament said
    • Christmas every differentiation you have received as a
    • ever new thoughts — clearly and distinctly, that the
    • consciousness soul: that these thoughts, however they may
    • nevertheless thought possesses healing power. In such things
    • spite of everything contradictory in the external physical
    • element, which the Christ as the Healer brings with his never
    • have ears to harken to what He is ever newly revealing in the
  • Title: Lecture: The Mysteries (Die Geheimnisse)
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    • representative of the African races. Wherever people wanted to
    • was everything that occurs among mankind, when people establish
    • Christian looked up to the sun he revered in the sun the
    • spirit as was every other bodily form an expression of
    • spiritual power is weakest. In the winter midnight, however,
    • religions. For they had the firm conviction that whoever
    • the goal. Whoever possesses these will find the light that he
    • For by a persevering, patient climb
    • And many shall find something to revere;
    • discover everything that has been secreted into this poem
    • the other everything in every detail. When we are born again it
    • is not necessary for everything that we have once learnt to
    • come to life in every detail. But if we have learnt a great
    • last — (every feature in this poem has a deep
    • bodies, to an ever higher Self. In the Christ-principle he saw
    • attain in your Self the power to receive an ever greater
    • earth; every one of the Brothers is the representative of a
    • describes with the words: “In every religion there is the
    • the Twelve cannot tell himself. Several features of profound
    • submitted obediently to every demand of his parents. He obeyed
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  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 1. Angels, Folk Spirits, Time Spirits: their part in the Evolution of Mankind.
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    • humanity cannot be influenced by whatsoever a person acquires through
    • place the voice of prejudice would reproach them for having severed
    • heritage. This is not so, however. In reality, homelessness is, or
    • other hand, we have every reason, especially at the present time, to
    • Beings who are inaccessible to sense perception. Today, however, we
    • people, but nevertheless a spiritual Being, just as man himself is a
    • his physical and etheric bodies. In the distant future, however, he
    • Spirits, something in which the several Folk Spirits participate. You
    • one another in Atlantean times because in every age there is
    • for every epoch we can discover the Spirit of the Age, which is
    • Spirit of the Age as an authentic entity. Nevertheless the term
    • higher order than the Folk Spirits. In every epoch one of these
    • the future, we see ever different Spirits of the Age determining
    • guiding principles of the several epochs are determined by the Time
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    • Clairvoyant consciousness presents a different picture. Whoever is
    • there extends over every region of the Earth a peculiar spiritual
    • Denmark or Germany. Just as every man has his own etheric body, so a
    • kind of etheric aura hovers above every region of the Earth's
    • external factors to some extent. Every one of these etheric auras is,
    • this aura we must clearly understand that the saying, everything in
    • which works into the temperaments. The difference between the several
    • the Folk Spirits are active everywhere. They follow, however, the
    • Earth, we should never have known the birth of language on Earth. In
    • many inventions would remain forever unknown if this work of the
    • predestined. There are also others, however, in whom are active those
    • because every thought was literally assimilated by the temperament of
    • Archangels and a third to what stems from the several personalities
    • is determined by the cooperation of the several personalities. We
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    • is first developed in the Spiritual Soul. Nevertheless the ‘I’
    • These transformations, however, are not to be confused with the real
    • you will never discover from external experience alone that the sum
    • of every triangle would amount to 180 degrees. In order to arrive at
    • however, certain things which he experiences in common with the
    • in a beautiful landscape, but our hearts could never be fired with
    • an enthusiast, but he is never a practical man. We must not receive
    • relied solely upon external perception? Everything that is included
    • human ‘I’; nevertheless the ego of the Archangel is not
    • man the datum is everything appertaining to spatial extension and
    • originate in his consciousness, but nevertheless is alien to him. It
    • his organic life. Now the Archangel, it is true, feels everything to
    • nevertheless seems something foreign to him. It is something which he
    • For man, however, it is something very real, something that he feels
    • the most important element. Circumstances, however, may arise when
    • occurred when the Dutch people severed its connection with the
    • situation, namely, the severance of Portugal from Spain, where a
    • group. The external reason for this severance was perhaps that the
    • evidence of the severance survives save an atmosphere of bustling
    • it to every aspect of life.
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    • closely and watch the activity of the several Beings do we begin to
    • situation would have been totally different, so that everything
    • everywhere, for these differences depend upon the particular locality
    • that everything is in a state of evolution and that the races are
    • diminishes; man is less subject to these forces. Nevertheless their
    • the universe. Nevertheless we can now understand that racial
    • because people might take offence. By no means everything can be
    • of mankind in every corner of the globe. We must understand therefore
    • characteristics of the several peoples. Each individual is intimately
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    • however deeply one may be involved emotionally in a particular people
    • through the teachings of karma and reincarnation how every nation,
    • the several peoples are merged in the whole of humanity and how even
    • of human evolution. This, however, will only become apparent to us
    • Nevertheless
    • the ever moving forms could not be brought to rest. In that event, it
    • upon the waves, brought the ever moving forms to rest and moulded
    • Seraphim. The Cherubim work in the air element, in everything
    • Cherubim. The Seraphim work in fire, they operate in whatsoever
    • fundamentally the work of the second Hierarchy. Everything we see
    • Form first weave and work. Since, however, the activities of light
    • and everything related thereunto manifest themselves at the frontier
    • which to perceive that which is woven into the light. Everything
    • an astral effect. Man, however, does not hear it. If in relation to
    • however, are reflected in the forms of the succeeding incarnations.
    • after-effects however are such that man was able to develop later the
    • reverence for the ruling cosmic Powers. They command our deep respect
    • patchwork of thought, feeling and will. Everyone who possesses a
    • work secretly, however, after the manner in which the silkworm spins
    • whatsoever is associated with the genesis of the human races, in that
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 6. The Five Root Races of Mankind.
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    • our knowledge: Nevertheless from the indications given in the last
    • in the sunlight. If, however, we wish to understand how the abnormal
    • abnormal Spirits of Form who are centred in the several planets. Thus
    • Ethiopian race. Everything which gives the Ethiopian race its
    • system. They work upon the nervous system however in a peculiar way,
    • is however a very peculiar feature attaching to the Mongolian race;
    • blood stream of the Patriarchs. Whatsoever works in the blood,
    • whatsoever must be determined through the blood — the
    • everything that acts upon the senses to the service of Jupiter or
    • the Saturn race, therefore, in everything to which we must ascribe
    • everything pertaining to the forces of the Saturn evolution has
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    • have seen that everything associated with the Semitic tribes assumed
    • Wherever you turn you will find that in some form or other the
    • trinity everywhere and this trinity subdivided into a plurality. This
    • represent an ultimate ideal; it could never lead to a real
    • world. Nevertheless, in the post-Atlantean age the current of
    • is extremely important that this should be borne in mind and whoever
    • Everything
    • several peoples in Asia and Africa had long since risen to the rank
    • several peoples of Europe were for a long time still under the
    • Science. Whilst in Asia, including Egypt and Greece, the several
    • several Archangels. Thus, whilst the corresponding Archangels who had
    • metamorphosed ever and again under the influence of different epochs.
    • Time Spirits and guided by their several Folk Souls, were wholly
    • direct the several Folk Spirits. The French people, for example, was
    • pattern. It passed from the several guiding Archangels, who had been
    • Spirit who was in the vanguard of the Christ Impulse. The several
    • several peoples were hardly in a position to permit any of the
    • were sent on their several missions to Northern and Western Europe.
    • nevertheless that there is no other mythology which, in its peculiar
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    • with other mythologies, is nevertheless something quite unique. It is
    • true, however, that among the Germanic peoples and tribes of Europe
    • Egyptian. Everything in Teutonic mythology is interrelated and
    • anthropological studies of the present day, because it is everywhere
    • value. Nevertheless this comparative method is extremely popular at
    • their knowledge which however was divine knowledge which they owed to
    • earlier weaving life, when everything was seen through the dim mists
    • above man. The old Gods, however, who were active before the Gods
    • that what was to be transmitted to every individual ‘I’
    • that everything within has its counterpart without, that everything
    • of clairvoyance really saw the presence of Odin everywhere in the
    • ego in man. Hence the ‘I’ is everywhere felt to be the
    • ever and again into his hand; he felt the power of one of the
    • mightiest Angels who had ever been honoured or revered, because he
    • “Riesenheim”. Everything which existed during the
    • however, come from an entirely different realm from those we find
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    • is given to seeing everything in relation to the ‘I’, to
    • everything that had participated in the development of the ‘I’
    • his ‘I’. Ever since the Lemurian epoch Luciferic forces
    • man could be traced to Loki. Through the old clairvoyance, however,
    • the Luciferic influence man would never have known sickness and
    • which arise from muddled thinking, at almost every turn. Imagine the
    • expression for everything that implied darkening of the light of
    • does not see things in their true form. Whenever the ancient Teutons
    • clairvoyance into which the ‘I’ plays everywhere.
    • everywhere find that these things throw light upon the matter, down
    • influence. It was Loki's responsibility, however, that the
    • however, still a few who were able to perceive directly what Nordic
    • ever told of a world which man was once able to perceive spiritually.
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    • continue to do so in the future. Every single people, even isolated
    • however, Sif signifies the Group Soul of the individual community
    • elements, and they brought the ‘I’ into ever new
    • various stages of culture. We have already mentioned that the several
    • develop whatsoever has a part to play on that plane. This was the
    • whatsoever furthered the development of this ‘I’ on the
    • physical plane, to whatsoever was necessary for its well-being there
    • Roman people. Everything that the Roman people had to accomplish for
    • able to understand, however, the peculiar characteristics of those
    • mythology. Nevertheless they are simply the products of the highest
    • developed. There are however other civilizations which have also
    • to exclude completely everything which originated in primeval times
    • must reverently await the influx of the Spirit Self into the
    • consciousness of a world of the Cosmic Father. Everything that is
    • world is that which embraces everything spiritual. The Eastern
    • minds of the peoples of Eastern Europe. Whatever name we attach to it
    • because he lifts it to ever higher planes and reveals its infinite
    • of the social State which takes everything implicit in that
    • Everything that we find in the East, from the make-up of the people
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    • Cosmos. Whenever new beings descended from spiritual heights into the
    • Nevertheless,
    • ever-increasing number of people.
    • ever-higher levels. That is the mystery of the evolution of Christ.
    • should comprehend everything from the perspective of the physical
    • become a most valuable revelation for mankind. Everything that may
    • traditions of the West, is that everything that the first pioneers of
    • invaded the East. There, however, it assumes another form. One
    • Hungary, Poland, Germany, France, Italy and North Africa. Everywhere
    • century. It will be a severe test for those who have been prepared by
    • form. All the forces opposed to Odin and Thor, everything which has
    • would again be a severe trial for the future prospects of Spiritual
    • however, are known to Teutonic mythology; it is fully aware of their
    • Whoever
    • we understand the Christ Impulse in the right way we would never say:
    • — however much tradition may insist upon this — but to
    • ages and that we shall find Him where so ever we go, that the
    • Every
    • the name of the true Christ-principle. However many may try to force
    • creed, however many may declare that our vision of the future Christ
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    • European cultural development when the several activities of the
    • minds were directly concerned with the practical affairs of everyday
    • for religion shed its rays over every experience which man could
    • imbue every aspect of human culture with that singleness of vision
    • actions of everyday life. Then what we call profane life will became
    • that. True occultism at a somewhat higher level shows us however that
    • always liable to err, however much we may believe ourselves to be
    • committing a sin against European civilisation and everything
    • necessities of existence. However great our personal inclination for
    • however high may be the esteem in which it is held today, however
    • European countries, will assume ever further forms. The book is
    • necessities of European civilisation, making themselves felt ever
    • only achieved through the severest ordeals. In the course of the next
    • who in a certain way has to be sacrificed ever anew. And he
    • presence of its recreator, who has now for several years rejoiced us
    • primeval force, for ever and as if by enchantment permeating all
    • electricity hold sway in the everyday wonders of Nature. Thus
    • share the profound gratitude which I feel every time at the opening
    • spiritual warmth. This spiritual warmth is never without effect and
    • warmth, and, even when to begin with everything seems to go very
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    • of Agamemnon, Menelaus and Odysseus. Thus every item of Greek
    • culture has vanished. But nothing in the world ever really
    • present one), I absorb from outside everything that is growing, but
    • human body, so that we may say that Pluto obtained an ever increasing
    • to himself: ‘I gaze upwards to the great Demeter, and whenever
    • everything I have just said as fantasy. In fact, however, it is the
    • different, everything has changed.
    • activity, that she is in us even today, is at work in every single
    • said that not only humanity as a whole but every individual is
    • coming of the Christ Being, who will become ever better understood by
    • humanity in a form which every human soul will understand, and will
    • has only once appeared in a human body will become ever more
    • the Maitreya Buddha will be able to proclaim everywhere what today
    • Whoever has faith in the progress of human nature, whoever believes
    • that the soul will develop ever higher and higher powers, knows that
    • being led to ever higher capacities. The soul's heightened
    • must become ever higher, and that it would mean stagnation if in our
    • souls to an ever increasing extent. This is confirmed by prophecy as
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    • existence devoid of spirit, but everything which happened in the
    • it was obvious that everything which takes place in Nature is
    • spiritual creation, divine-spiritual activity, entered into every
    • learn to feel again that the spiritual is active in everyday events
    • all that is familiar in everyday life there stands before our eyes
    • everyday experience, we have only to see it in the right light. Let
    • nevertheless, that is the truth.
    • Everything that is
    • a man of wild passions, impetuously laying hold of everything in his
    • not been mentioned as belonging to the other two bodies. Everything
    • us and then disappears, belongs to the astral body; every habitual,
    • lasting attitude of mind, everything which is not merely
    • in the soul, belongs to the ether body. And for everything which is
    • into the sphere of will, for everything which results in an impulse
    • the human soul. For without his will man would never attain to an
    • to bottom, right down to the finger-tips and in every limb, permeated
    • experience, but which nevertheless can be experienced in
    • my physical body, I am shutting off everything connected with the
    • physical, etheric and astral. He never has the astral body alone, he
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    • find in evolution that one thing, one epoch, is never exactly like
    • epoch did not tread the Earth in human form. There were however men
    • post-Atlantean epoch through the succeeding epochs, inasmuch as ever
    • we see too how everything in this epoch tends to bring to expression
    • evolution of our present Earth as Angels, nevertheless, during the
    • epoch. Then everything which was once proclaimed to mankind by the
    • Impulse, seek to give to humanity for their inspiration everything
    • gaining an ever stronger hold upon the guidance of humanity. All the
    • raise themselves ever more and more to a recognition of the etheric
    • such incarnated there. Nevertheless the Earth is saturated by the
    • it could never condense to the physical in a body of flesh. Today
    • who however in a certain respect did not reach the goal of their Moon
    • Greeks quite in the way I have expressed it, but it nevertheless
    • something which had been severed from the Luciferic Being, just as
    • the physical body is severed from man when he goes through the gate
    • of death, and as the corpse of the Earth will be severed when the
    • said to himself: ‘The spiritual beings whom we revere as gods
    • light upon the lesser ones. Everywhere these two streams intermingle.
    • Everywhere we see the progressing Christ Being, Who will guide men
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    • finished on a note of interrogation as to his nature. As everybody
    • human. The bond between gods and men was looser than ever before. It
    • that every member of the Hebrew nation was under the divine guidance
    • their gods did nevertheless incarnate in physical bodies,
    • about the Earth in a human body. Nevertheless it can be so. For the
    • formerly he only looked at; and in a way every soul is spread out
    • over the whole macrocosm, every soul is there within the great
    • severs his essential soul-nature from his bodily part, as soon as
    • himself whether everything out there in space has not been woven out
    • looking at the matter in the right light we see that however much
    • mythology in reverent amazement.
    • of a clairvoyant civilisation. Everything to do with Greece which has
    • civilisation, however steeped in imagery and fantasy. Thus actually
    • not be separate. The several souls could point to their own property
    • Men would never have understood one another. But neither would they
    • never have expanded; it would never have expanded to a consciousness
    • key again today. We contemplate its profundities with reverence and
    • impulses from which develop sympathy and antipathy, everything of an
    • However, we are told
    • Dionysos who travelled from Europe to far-distant India, everywhere
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    • however, that life is full of contradictions, indeed nothing new, no
    • everything remain as it was? It is because yesterday there was a
    • contradictions? Whenever we look back at the course of our life we
    • in contradiction to what was. Contradiction is everywhere at the
    • intelligence. However widely we search, we shall never find this ego
    • enlist the help of the clairvoyant eye, we can never observe his ego.
    • be observed with external physical instruments. Thus, however far we
    • what a man's normal faculties find within him as his ego ever
    • which is nevertheless all around us; for this world is there behind
    • everything, it is all around us ... but it is covered over
    • the earth we shall never find traces of prehistoric man which are
    • be dubbed sentimental, dreamy, fantastic, but which nevertheless was
    • into it ever more deeply. It is only someone who does not understand
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    • severely shaken.
    • everything which had to do with the upper gods exoterically, by means
    • everything of which one can become conscious through a deeper insight
    • human being could never attain to knowledge if he did not think, if
    • understand thinking is about as clever as looking into a mirror to
    • In however strictly logical a manner one argues today even with
    • of exoteric knowledge, for that would never have enabled them to lead
    • oneself understood. Today men try to confine everything within the
    • light is thrown upon them from several sides, and in a certain way
    • quite trivial but is nevertheless important. If one wants to describe
    • judges everything in the higher worlds in accordance with it; yet you
    • intelligence while nevertheless withdrawing from that form of
    • Here our souls are once more faced by a severe ordeal. In what does
    • everyday world. And the challenge to the soul which emerges at this
    • was dead. If however one of these pupils had left the place where the
    • no epic, goes back, but of which nevertheless the later history of
    • his soul to be poured out into external culture was nevertheless able
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    • Ordeals are what come upon a man whenever he tries to enter upon the
    • at the meaning of what he reads, as he would do whatever he was
    • it is however essentially different. The mood of
    • our souls to be wasted. We come to realise that deep down in every
    • which it feels as yet to be inadequate is bound to become ever
    • must accept the impossibility of making everything good in this life.
    • nevertheless understand that in the intervening periods between
    • that had evolved of the physical and other bodies had reverted to
    • spirit. Everything again passed over into imperceptible
    • longer physical, everything had been taken up into the spirit again;
    • present day we have the reverse process. The blood becomes etherised,
    • towards the head, however much we tried to think about the world and
    • solidification, but also a reverse process of rarefaction. When we
    • which will cause us to revert to the form we had during the Saturn,
    • have one evolutionary stream which is directly involved in everything
    • beings, that whenever we grasped a thought it straightaway existed.
    • their own substance—just as we in everyday life can only see
    • reversed. We bear in our microcosm a copy of this division between
    • with our everyday consciousness comes from the generation of gods who
    • flowed in in this way was something incapable of ever reaching true
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    • I had to point out how a kind of reversal of the forces which led to a
    • Everywhere on the Earth's surface, wherever one goes,
    • it has been influenced not only by one current, but by several
    • clairvoyant sight. Whereas in the case of the mammals, wherever we
    • one could say that every feather has the tendency to become a hair,
    • the feather from all sides; and every hair has the tendency to become
    • to describe man, who really distorts the several streams which flow
    • will also liberate him ever more and more from what binds him to the
    • everything in it which is those upper gods is there only in etheric
    • would never have condensed to the state of air had not the Being of
    • towards the head. This is what first gave to every human soul the
    • into man from without. From this you see how we can enter ever more
    • today every schoolboy knows that this was not so.’ But it is
    • knowledge of the outer world comes about. Everything that we know of
    • everyone has.
    • hood which crowns every man. All clothing originated in this way,
    • Everything that I
    • grasps only so much of it as everybody of course knows, that is to
    • persevere of which I spoke yesterday. Strong, forceful energy, hope
    • riddles of the world. And the world displays ever more
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    • However it is now a matter of common experience that the soul works
    • illusion, in maya. There has never been in the world such
    • on every hand; every healthy soul has to undergo the fear of being
    • world-substance. We meet there everything which has been worked into
    • into our own soul-depths we feel ourselves to an ever greater extent
    • — they seem at every moment to be trying to capture us. They
    • of the gods, we in this world have every occasion for pride, for
    • have every occasion for pride.
    • Spiritual Science, and it is a pity that I am never able to do more
    • himself no predisposition to anything, but everything has been formed
    • own will-nature. This is what brings about the severe ordeals which
    • world leads us in the end to the void. However hard a man is
    • with purely theoretical. We have to say to ourselves: ‘However
    • tenuous the ideas are, or however slight is what our egotism enables
    • us to receive, it comes nevertheless from the entire cosmos.’
    • tenuous ideas, but however far we soar into the widths of space, we
    • behind, it always does remain several paces behind scientific
    • microscopic investigation, wherever there is matter endowed with
    • whatsoever. We think it out — and yet feel it has nothing to do
    • lead us into tribulation, but can never tell us anything about the
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    • again and again over the course of the ages, must have ever new experiences.
    • of bringing Raphael into it. Everything that I myself have experienced
    • in the Greek spirits who everywhere reveal how deeply their soul-content
    • we see the effects of this incision as an ever more intense inward
    • Then however we get the impression that in the Art of Painting itself
    • however, Raphael got more refined and transplanted ihimself to Perugia,
    • spheres.” In Perugia, however, which was the scene of his youthful
    • down everything that crosses his path. The historian evidently has the
    • thrown every soul in the town into a state of upheaval when Savonarola
    • upon his lips but revered him as deeply as if a spirit from a higher world
    • In these circles there was not much Christian piety. There was, however,
    • to Savonarela. True, the two men were different, but we must nevertheless
    • familiar to everybody in the innumerable copies existing all over the
    • it reached the stage of the human being, — nevertheless it is
    • the fact that man is a being whose life transcends everything below
    • beautiful forms. Raphael, however, remained with me as a breath, as
    • one forever, day and night, moving the innermost being.” (Karl
    • men whose whole being is inward turned. But then, — since everything
    • and imperfectly from Giotto's pictures, we do nevertheless see a direct
    • we forget everything that afterwords perceived as the “life of
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    • available to everyone.
    • and do other tricks, for I have never been there, but I have made the
    • acquaintance of Herr von Osten's “clever Hans”, a horse
    • in “clever Hans” for quite a long while, this interest should
    • concerning the fine things performed by “clever Hans” seemed
    • everything that the people who were present had said, the philologist
    • ‘clever Hans’ cannot do sums, but Herr von Osten, or others
    • soul. Our honorable philologists nevertheless admit that there can
    • experts, versed in every trick and gesture of the finest kind, were not
    • what horses are able to perceive! Such an explanation, however, rescued
    • materialism. This is truly a curiosity — to question every psychic
    • This question should however
    • which I have reached. Nevertheless I must point out that what I shall
    • this question is so extraordinarily complicated. Nevertheless it is
    • that in “clever Hans” the whole spiritual atmosphere of
    • earth is the one that transmits this soul element. Never have I
    • can be transmitted, as in the case of “clever Hans.”
    • many years ago. I made the acquaintance of several small boys —
    • in every subject, but if he was given an arithmetical example —
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    • available to everyone.
    • strange however, that when we consider this field of battle in the Iliad,
    • directly connects everything with the divine-super-sensible, which shows
    • everything.
    • everything which in the Kalevala has to do with Western Europe, I can
    • they increase to the point of monstrosity, every individual feature
    • monstrosity is grotesque, or a paradox; everywhere we have the feeling
    • can grasp. Ilmarinen, whom one often calls the Smith, the clever, artistic
    • relates itself tom Christianity in such a way-that everything which
    • which I could never state to give pleasure in the way of flattery. We
    • in the external form everything tells in favour of the relationship
    • Asiatic races, we are led back everywhere into a primeval humanity which
    • at the basis of every individual race saw into the background of existence,
    • up into the super-sensible world. Everything that we experience inwardly
    • consciousness, we find that Ilmarinen brings forth everything that is
    • have analysed the phenomena of Nature by means of the intellect; everything
    • the second part of Kalevala. Thus everything in this great national
    • The Sampo is, to every nation that which determines the special form
    • But it is so with every
    • continue to live in the universal human; so truly will everything which
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    • come to flower, how life everywhere springs up out of the soil. All
    • Everything that takes its course outside, in wind and weather, during
    • blossoming of every flower, in the breaking open of the buds, in that
    • however, we are to participate in this
    • Everything
    • set going in every blood-corpuscle when the force of iron shoots into
    • space and sees a shooting-star should say to himself, with reverence
    • shooting-stars, while in every one of my blood-corpuscles iron is
    • Michael there should grow in you everything that goes against love of
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    • everything of a spiritual nature which it had allowed to stream out
    • oxygen: that is only a first approximation. All water, wherever
    • atmosphere, we can never speak simply of air, for the air always has
    • that each of these three principles reverts to its own inner
    • the organic realm, of course, everything
    • form; but the outcome of every combustion process is ash. And in
    • acid, lime and so forth. But our flea anatomist would never come to
    • the tiny piece of bone he would never get beyond it. Similarly, it
    • still be working on a miniature scale. The flea would never come to
    • spherically. We can see this inner tendency everywhere. And because
    • spiritualised salt, activates everywhere this tendency towards
    • however, would become a
    • everything I have just described is impregnated with ash, something
    • isolation from one another, as in reality they never are. Air, we are
    • power felt in everything that grows and sprouts upwards from the
    • itself everything seeks to become spherical (dark red); in this upper
    • disintegrate it, so that everything might become a flat
    • that everything that occurred on the Earth had a great influence on
    • the same way, everything we feel at Christmas-time flows together
    • bring before us everything that can work from nature into our souls
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    • are surrounded everywhere by the Jura limestone, and you will have
    • and spirit are to be found everywhere, we can allow ourselves to
    • perceive water everywhere; and similarly, if we move spiritually
    • of the winter-limestone by mobile, ever-changing forms —
    • spring approaches, however, and
    • power of attraction for the Ahrimanic beings. Whenever spring
    • remarkable drama. He sees how everywhere the hopes of the Ahrimanic
    • Earth would feel pain at every footfall on its surface.
    • the Ahrimanic beings every spring, and every spring it is
    • surely by now the Ahrimanic beings must have become clever enough to
    • imagine it to be. The fact is that every spring the Ahrimanic beings
    • living being through an astral rain from above, and every year their
    • Thus every spring man is in danger of falling a victim — in
    • They are of a purely astral nature. Through everything that
    • shattered once more every spring, but they work on in man. And
    • to set free everything on Earth, and among the things that have been
    • in a sense renewed for human beings every year. We can learn to feel
    • — such is the form of the Christ as He appears every year in
    • about this. Every look, every trait in the countenance, every flowing
    • living artistic work everything is a challenge, and fundamentally
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    • fruits with the plant, enters into everything that lives and has its
    • spirituality in the outer world, and this is present everywhere in
    • animates and weaves through everything in Nature is revealed.
    • of summer. At midsummer everything down below the earth shapes itself
    • line-like forms, suffused with blue, and everywhere the blue is shot
    • through with lines which sparkle like silver, so that everywhere
    • design, and feels every silver-gleaming line down there to be within
    • one the feeling that cosmic Intelligence is alive everywhere —
    • darkness everything is experienced only as forces, up above we
    • feel — everything is such that in perceiving it we are
    • reverence and worship, to what the Easter Imagination, the
    • — the vision will be different for everyone — that these
    • in your souls. But everything expressed in these living
    • Spirit-Father of everything around us. And now we behold the outcome
    • however, lives in a certain sense as an
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    • not true. Whatever enters the human being becomes different
    • however, is not at rest, but in majestic movement. This must be so,
    • man, aware of every breath that is drawn, of everything that flows
    • judgment and warning, at the side of men: the positions are reversed.
    • be a problem left in your minds. It is this. If you take everything I
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    • Jesus and Mary before the Baptism, Jesus discovering the reverse Lord's
    • Although, as you will hear, this Fifth Gospel has never yet
    • however, it would be true to say that it is as ancient as the
    • already been able to speak on several occasions in this very
    • everything contributed hitherto by erudition, science and
    • of the balance. If everything had depended upon the Gnostics,
    • these ideas and who nevertheless accepted the Christ Impulse
    • talking to them in the most homely, everyday language but
    • now, is nevertheless correct. To this deeper observation, a
    • culture. And however hard modern natural science may try to
    • Christianity — which nevertheless lies in Darwinism
    • however much of a materialist he may be — his
    • picture. Everything that is great in the Darwinian
    • Nourishment has nothing whatever to do with understanding the
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    • time a man carries out all the affairs of everyday life and
    • understanding for everything that is human on the earth.
    • that everyone present could understand them. It was felt that
    • they could look into every heart, could read the deepest,
    • consolation to every single individual, to say to him exactly
    • revealed to the eyes of the soul. Nevertheless for
    • modern science. Nevertheless I feel compelled to put into
    • not propose, however, to go further into this particular
    • plant-life, all animal life, every butterfly, take on
    • Aristotle has never since been surpassed. Intellectuality
    • Jesus had been received into the earth. The stone, however,
    • sincerity that such things are impossible. Nevertheless
    • this unique cosmic sign can ever appear again to men
    • present everywhere outside and around the earth, had, with the
    • emanate from its soil. As, however, we cannot ignore them but
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    • everyone likes to hear, and you were driven from one stage to
    • frauds to be perpetrated. Strangely enough, however, Renan is
    • hither and thither, wherever His Presence was needed. The Fifth
    • ever greater likeness with this physical body. Notice once
    • amazed at His deeds, exclaimed: Such wonders have never yet
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    • by his lofty answers. We, however, know why it was possible for
    • him to give these astounding answers. It was because everything
    • his every word. But in spite of this he became more and more
    • eighteenth years of his life, however, a mighty struggle was
    • answers to everything said by the many learned doctors and
    • and who regarded him as a wonder-child. Then, however, he
    • ancient Prophets. Nevertheless this voice represented something
    • to proclaim the truth of his doctrine. But nevertheless those
    • several different rites but in the main it represented the
    • the Church of St. Peter in Rome and everything deriving from
    • into the believers participating in these rites. For reasons
    • that Man severed himself from Your Kingdom,
    • human being on the earth had ever gazed with such deep
    • they themselves had learned within the Order. Everyone who
    • Everything belonged to all the Essenes in common; no individual
    • teachings concerning the secret lore than he had ever heard
    • beyond, he came to know almost everything that the Essene Order
    • the Essenes, wore garments of camel's hair. But he had never
    • Judaism for those of the Essenes. As, however, the tenets
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    • the knowledge that everything in the evolution of humanity is
    • sensitive to everything that speaks to man from the world of
    • able to assimilate Hebrew learning which seemed, however,
    • divine ground of existence, when everything in him was
    • prophets, even of Moses, and back to Abraham. Everything these
    • Their words would be preached to the winds. Everything that I
    • ancient prophets, nevertheless he was a great and profound
    • everyone who came to him. Two men once laid a wager about the
    • that nobody could ever make him angry. Having laid a wager, one
    • everyone who importuned him. Such a man — so said Jesus
    • that Man severed himself from Your Kingdom
    • everywhere, a prayer once offered by men in the Mystery-Centres
    • however, he made the third mighty utterance, arising from his
    • spoke words of profound truth when he taught: Sever not thyself
    • Jesus of Nazareth felt as if with this conversation everything
    • within a human body, a Being who until now had never lived in a
    • Being dwelt, had abandoned everything that had previously
    • in these old kingdoms. But thou must sever thyself from the
    • glories of his world, everything that makes an appeal to the
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    • who lives in spiritual science with every fibre of his soul, such a
    • effectively — if we are attentive towards everything in life,
    • everything brought to us by nature and our experience, in such a way
    • the physical world everything which man is to experience in waking
    • cleverness. The more we acquire wisdom, the less we depend upon our
    • through the old conditions of clairvoyance. Everyone could become
    • Whoever
    • really exercises the virtue of justice puts every thing and every
    • the brain. There are everywhere spiritual forces, behind every
    • our time we must work ever more consciously to remove through
    • plant, we see plants everywhere springing up, which we could not have
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    • about philosophical questions today, however, cannot ignore
    • theory, to a denial of human freedom. In this respect, however,
    • to say: however much science, from its very premises, is bound,
    • distinguishing them, however, we indicate at the same time how
    • nevertheless brought by their education to the kind of thinking
    • nevertheless find no real contradiction. And secondly, I
    • however, when he wished to develop cognitive powers that are
    • processes. Actually, in our ordinary life, we never have
    • Because of man's constitution at that time, however, it was
    • in everything about him, man perceived himself as a part of
    • spiritual and super-sensible world. In ever new and marvellous
    • whatever the goal and purpose, the muscle must develop. We can
    • modern man. It brings us, however, to an experience that is
    • to know the external sensuous world. Now, however, we allow
    • With this vital thinking, however, we can now penetrate deeper
    • directions the needle is indifferent. Everything in this
    • scientifically in every detail, but I have time only for
    • doing this, however (I should like to suggest in conclusion),
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    • first appears before the “mind's eye” every evening
    • organism. On reflection, however, we cannot help
    • thought or concept flows down into our organism, however, how
    • What every naive individual thus experiences extends, in a
    • mind's experience. Everywhere there obtrudes a sense of the
    • mental life. The ego, the psyche, everything that earlier
    • recent years, however, psychology has, understandably and
    • philosophical standpoint that I do will never for one moment
    • is here that the other enigma of the soul comes in. However
    • in experimental psychology, the fact remains: everything that
    • many years lived and worked here in Vienna, and who will never
    • What can any psychology ever achieve by establishing —
    • and visions. For everything brought about in this way is
    • however, find fantastic and harmful the exercises which follow
    • describe — and you will find that everything that is
    • Now, however, a very great deal depends on our carrying over
    • them from consciousness again. However, one must develop this
    • the clear light; and which will never emerge until we have
    • There is another point to consider, however, if you seek to
    • this activity. Quite the reverse with the exercises I have been
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    • however humble his position. It is unfortunate that as yet we
    • the eighteenth century, however, history, falling as it did
    • conclude: everything we know about it indicates that such
    • can do, however, is to recollect something that was an
    • in the very fact that they can never be completely solved. Such
    • in the vital life of the soul. We are thus never condemned to
    • into the way thoughts have functioned within humanity, however,
    • science, to exclude the imagination from everything that is
    • outlook, yet one as exact as ever mathematics or mechanics can
    • doing, however, we approach the reconciliation of science and
    • science. Naturally, I cannot go into every aspect of this in
    • the attitude of today, however, with its strict
    • gained by initiation in a deeper sense. But everywhere we can
    • This, however, takes us back into an age where not only did
    • civilization, beyond words. Originally, however, thought was
    • in Western civilization. We do truly understand it, however, if
    • however, something survives which presents religion, art and
    • everywhere old ones live on. The vital element in our time is
    • Whoever has science and art.
    • Whoever does not have them,
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    • When this dream-like spiritual life works on us, however, and
    • created everything with devoted love. Love lives in each of its
    • against the old-established ones of the East. And in every soul
    • constellations, seems to him an echo which is, however,
    • semblance, the great illusion, maya. It would, however, be
    • physical eye. When we develop this vision, however, the
    • us start with something familiar to us at every moment in our
    • However, anyone who simply wishes to accept the everyday life
    • reverse comes about: in empty consciousness, as a result of
    • agree that ordinary, everyday thinking is a function of these
    • observation. For him, however, from everything that he
    • shone spirit upon him at every turn. And this spirit was his
    • world's development. Man must never again escape into spiritual
    • in short everything that makes up spiritual life. These
    • world, however, and to change the forces of decline into
    • of such a world would never have created in human development
    • exaggerating a little) it now interprets everything spiritual
    • certain right to interpret as “ideology” everything
    • everything that is most valuable to him — his art, his
    • spiritual life — and that everything transitory
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    • mysticism. If however you should then attempt, as it became
    • results, however, should be enough to demonstrate that there
    • everything that humanity has acquired over the last three
    • would be constantly entering into everything with its
    • ordinary everyday consciousness was unlimited would
    • individual, whatever realm of nature it may belong to, as
    • Objective reflection on this state of affairs, however, enables
    • However clear our consciousness is up to a certain point in a
    • first, however, this is linked with an appreciable
    • ourselves as never before in ordinary consciousness. What
    • we attain in higher cognition, however, does not incorporate
    • now supervenes, however, what I already hinted at yesterday: by
    • material constituents. Yet everyone today knows that,
    • column of water. Everyone today knows that the air I have just
    • more and belong to the world. And finally, everyone can
    • space, to rotate the cloud. This point, however, has been
    • honest, however, we have to admit that we can never connect up
    • This view, however, is incompatible with a serious life of the
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    • immediate concrete reality. Today, however, I want to establish
    • tree, too, can only be photographed adequately from several
    • the history of humanity with an open mind, however, we observe
    • formulated, almost as an abstract theory, however, is a feature
    • is that almost everyone these days is talking about social
    • seriousness, however, we are cast for a moment, by this
    • find our place in the world can never be determined by abstract
    • Thereby, however, a certain perspective on extremely
    • cast everything into intellectualized moulds. As adults we can
    • intellectuality, however, but through its whole being. There is
    • true, have their uses in life. To the child, however, their
    • the teacher, and in everything that he does, in all the
    • the Waldorf School, everything is directed towards
    • on it by everything round about. The teacher thus has to set
    • Modern man lacks such inspiration, however, when he comes to
    • everything that starts from the soul yet leads at last to
    • moral and social sphere. Today, however, we need to be able,
    • this, however, we require a vital spiritual force within us.
    • in this age of severe social tribulation, to speak of the age
    • something. Never was there a greater perplexity in a society
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    • this is true, however, then the change in external economic
    • we must also remember that, however social structures may
    • between men, however, involves trust. And trust involves a kind
    • — is usually something like this: With us, everything
    • ideas that I have just been describing. Then, however, he went
    • The essential point, however, is that we can see quite clearly,
    • Europe. From this, however, we must suppose that the variations
    • Decadent as it has become in the East, everything that can
    • everything astrological was basically a product of the decline
    • of these older views, towards which, however, objective science
    • spiritualization. In this way, however, something unspiritual
    • divine and spiritual powers must prevail in everything on
    • foundations. And however much these things are disguised in
    • nature, in every detail on behalf of the state. At this period
    • to be cultivated here, there and everywhere, authorities that
    • natural science, which has nothing whatever to do with man's
    • themselves evolved, however, was something that had
    • which he spoke is one that saw the body everywhere permeated by
    • be so powerful that it could everywhere extend its
    • linked at the same time, however, to a particular feeling that
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    • however, is not to draw up a list of all the various deficiencies that
    • at the same time it can never be the business of mankind to get
    • however, is that these men of different type did not have the
    • leadership of the masses. Everywhere we find that the man
    • itself, and indeed every effort to reach a higher spirituality,
    • science, however, had not merely to accept something that
    • had left behind everything in his inner experience that
    • however, often really betray a certain philistinism, resting as
    • manner of its survival, however, was determined by the fact
    • experience to the full his personality. In this way, however,
    • Everywhere in Europe we find evidence of the difficulty men
    • difficulty still faces us on every side today as an underlying
    • what such a man thinks; in this case, however, what he was
    • that he had outlined, therefore, he could never rise to be a
    • outlook, however, was the quite definite assumption that
    • of medicine was associated with every aspiration of the spirit,
    • or the other than it does in everyday life. Knowing how to
    • this sense is taken over. We are, however, also reminded
    • however, will observe that what matters is not simply that a
    • disease that most affects our age, however, is precisely the
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    • it ever has before. It seems to me, however, that nowadays we
    • have become so clever, if I may so express it, that it is
    • discussing with them, as man to man, everything that goes on in
    • the present, however, the most important point is not really
    • into the factory and business, whatever its kind, and being
    • had to teach all kinds of subjects. I never kowtowed to any
    • party dogma; at the same time, I never encountered any
    • reveal at every point that it is not something that can be
    • is not my wish to argue for one view or the other, however, but
    • my point of view, however, it was really an illuminating
    • something that has no relationship whatever with their
    • ourselves, however much we may deny it, speak, even in
    • us, however, remember the view of man's inner make-up that I
    • his work on to himself. Everywhere he longs to attain an
    • being a spiritual element. Once we realize this, however, we
    • it in quite different contexts of ideas. What is said, however,
    • When we go still further West, to America, however, we find
    • source, however, is not the intellect but the will. Again
    • sovereign everywhere. And today we live in a period that
    • of all, had something to say that affected everyone. A
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    • with on every side. This was because it was promptly classed
    • unconscious will of mankind in Europe. Everywhere we find these
    • about relationships among and between men, however
    • however, we now attempt to reach a clear understanding of
    • everything which, through these obstacles and gulfs, has
    • became so strong and so fixed that it has never been shaken
    • This attitude, however, leaves out of account something that
    • for a particular period never remain valid beyond that period
    • organism. We can never say that the human organism — or,
    • at every moment. Forces of ascent, growth and maturation are
    • seek, everywhere in the human organ, ism, the points at which
    • beyond abstractions, however much they may fancy themselves as
    • you could see that, whenever capitalism formed part of an
    • asked to define its special quality, we would say: Everything
    • are, however, also affected by another factor, one that has
    • masses of humanity for every human being to have a voice in
    • purpose. I should, however, like to emphasize the emergence in
    • opposition to this, however, there emerged in the first half of
    • however, the associations must be so constituted as to contain
    • the same time, however — and this must be emphasized over
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    • available to everyone.
    • for the transformation of the present age, belongs an ever wider and
    • this observation. It must be emphasised ever again and again, that what
    • would follow the actions we perform right into the body; with everything
    • we would go through life in such a way that in everything we did, we
    • feel the greatest reverence.
    • itself up ever more thoroughly to the impressions of eating and drinking.
    • own bodies.But such things also progress in cycles, everything can only
    • Everything passes in cycles.
    • his physical body. The longing for one's physical body becomes ever
    • in a wood if mist spreads over everything, neither can we ask variance
    • must nevertheless remain, for otherwise, death would take place. Man
    • ever deeper and more comprehensive penetration to the real impulses
    • so that clearer and ever clearer ideas might arise concerning what we
    • ever more and more, ideas and concepts. It is not unnecessary to study
    • arise as are often heard when one or another says: I need not study every
    • to such things, one never speaks of these who are present, and never
    • within such societies. Nevertheless a certain bitter feeling is evoked
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    • available to everyone.
    • transformation of the present age belongs an ever wider and more
    • certain individuals. However, the stages of human existence that we
    • follow the actions we perform right into the body; everything we
    • otherwise we would go through life in such a way that in everything
    • which we should always feel the greatest reverence.
    • be able to make further discoveries for yourselves. However,
    • therefore give itself up ever more thoroughly to the impressions of
    • progress in cycles, for everything can only be reached to a certain
    • necessity of evolution. Everything passes in cycles.
    • physical body becomes ever greater and greater in the state of
    • mist spreads over everything, neither can we ask variance of our
    • nevertheless remain, for otherwise, death would take place. Man
    • ever deeper and more comprehensive penetration to the real impulses
    • that clearer and ever clearer ideas might arise concerning what we
    • cycle of lectures for no other purpose than to bring together, ever
    • when one or another says: I need not study every detail, I do not
    • one never speaks of these matters to those who are present, and
    • never of the members of the anthroposophical society who are
    • tomorrow. That is impossible because they arise naturally. However,
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    • he looks at the world and sees everything Ideal, beautiful and
    • by postulating an eternal, everlasting polarity, an everlasting
    • Everything else may be uncertain. Whether the things which
    • believe that everything else the world says is subject to
    • which remains true even if we doubt everything else, that
    • now, even what we acquire as ever such advanced knowledge about
    • mankind, and everything of a hindering nature In the
    • being, — is refuted every tine one goes to sleep. Every
    • him. Every tine you go to sleep until the moment of waking, the
    • experiences sinks into the realm of the unconscious, every time
    • who stands ever in the evolution of man as the conclusion of
    • Being Who is regarded as the Highest Being ever seen on the
    • everything connected with all the Sprouting, Growing and
    • whenever the secret of Birth was alluded to. And the peculiar
    • die. And, however highly for other reasons the Sun-life was
    • age is has, however, become important, far more important than
    • see, this reversal was fulfilled through the Mystery of
    • cannot get very far, because every sleep refutes the real
    • a reality like the external world. We should never become free.
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    • Anthroposophy can, however, be thought of retrospectively here,
    • whenever Theosophy is used in the general sense. Numbered
    • lecture differ in several ways from the other versions
    • immediately become clear for everyone, arise out of a mere idea
    • ever. One who looks around just a little in the surrounding
    • again. He should ever and again point out that wherever there
    • within the everyday, helping and caring.
    • say this not out of fanaticism, rather from what in every
    • facts, its special stamp. Whoever wants to see what will happen
    • Every one of us knows what the human being needs in order to
    • Steiner most likely described how every person lives
    • this. In a certain way everything that is to come about in the
    • everything which creates outward inequalities, the same soul
    • soul—finds that everything that determines outward
    • in later times. If it had merely gone on like that, however,
    • function of one life. Whoever believes that the one life is of
    • the other hand, that outside this earthly life everyone is
    • Whoever looks at it that way will observe, in the
    • consider only our individual deeds. Every deed must stand under
    • to every social democrat
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    • available to everyone.
    • Whatever pain they have had to suffer formerly, the experience
    • Whoever studies deeply the Greek style of architecture will
    • which found such powerful utterance wherever it was sought to
    • it desires to restrict everything that aspires to freedom
    • rather the attempt everywhere to imbue potential architectural
    • conception of the world develop, powerless, however, to create
    • connected with the name of Louis XIV, the apparent severely
    • mysteries, however close at hand, but is only desiring to
    • perpetuate its whims and fancies, its everyday feelings and
    • artistic form. This, however, is not adapted, like Greek or
    • philosophy of materialism was never able to win the power, the
    • century in the revival of antiquity. But everything is prompted
    • of a new world- outlook. Whoever wishes to understand rightly
    • never be able to do otherwise than admit that what we have
    • is because so much in it is new that those who will never
    • Whatever turn things may take, whatever may be in store for our
    • which has imposed so severe an ordeal on mankind there should
    • desires everywhere to crush underfoot any glimmering of
    • often said — are coming to the surface everywhere,
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    • in the pursuit of Truth. The trials and tribulations of everyday life are
    • Whoever follows the history of human development, not only
    • revealed to him by Goethe. From that moment we see Schiller's ever
    • watched the progress of your spirit with ever renewed admiration,
    • Now whoever is able to look into Goethe's whole spiritual
    • peculiarity, it is difficult to penetrate to him, although everyone
    • every man to ascend to such spheres of the purest
    • Schopenhauer was very hostile to Fichte. Schopenhauer never wearied of
    • Haeckel, as he shows in every book, is determined to stand on the
    • ever higher and higher by means of methods applied to inner
    • eternally and cannot pass away and that every age has the right to
    • we look up to him whenever the current attitude to deeper spiritual
    • lectured on this story, ‘I never knew there was a
    • it is contained in every edition of Goethe and constitutes
    • deep significance every point and every fact has.
    • never really knew what there was in the underground caves. Now she
    • enters again and her radiating light serves to illuminate everything.
    • able to do everything with it, but no one will see it.’ She
    • prefers, however, to have a visible hand, even if it is useless. If
    • everything will be all right.
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    • in the pursuit of Truth. The trials and tribulations of everyday life are
    • nothing whatever to do with the symbolic and allegoric
    • that in these things it is considered that in every case a man's
    • reaches ever higher knowledge by developing himself, and what he
    • other than increasing the powers of man to ever higher stages of
    • sense-observations. Every one of you knows that the capacity to
    • other capacities and every one of you also knows that these other
    • never human feeling, never what we know as will-impulses, for
    • impossibility, shows that everywhere Will plays a part, on what
    • everyone can find such truths confirmed as those dealing with numbers
    • and space dimension. Everyone can understand that 3 x 3 = 9, and it
    • everyone can in mathematics. But there are methods of purifying
    • lead deeper into the nature of a thing, speaking however to other
    • ‘enlightenment.’ Every man capable of development,
    • only the nature of things to speak, so that he says: whatever
    • knowledge-capacities. When he has reached this point, however, he is
    • hold fast to a thought he once expressed: ‘Everything which
    • up the gold wherever they find it; they lack any inventive faculty,
    • soul-capacity which is never able to grasp a single literary thought,
    • or feeling, but which can nevertheless grasp in beautiful forms
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    • in the pursuit of Truth. The trials and tribulations of everyday life are
    • knowledge, striving to feel himself into life, experiencing every
    • Then Goethe's fine, full life continued further, going ever
    • description of a striving soul. Everything that meets us in the
    • And the second part: Here everything is the inward
    • material, thought out in terms of the theatre to please everyone and I wished for nothing
    • most deeply into reality; for everything in the second part
    • science. A strong faith never left Goethe that it would be possible
    • developing in ever greater refinement. But it was not easy to find
    • inclined to deny everything with bitter irony. Yet it was
    • criticism of people and all moralizing said of Merck, he can never
    • that time, but their way was one which never suffered intermission.
    • pain, ‘However artistically these characters are drawn,
    • If we could penetrate every word of this formula we should
    • If man had never been seized by this Luciferic principle, the outer
    • world would never have appeared to him in its merely material
    • opponent of the God of Light. In everything connected with the
    • everything in mist and smoke which otherwise would have been
    • Italy, examining everything. He formed the opinion that if an
    • We can say that during the Italian journey everything
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    • in the pursuit of Truth. The trials and tribulations of everyday life are
    • But everything that rests on study or might lead to a merely
    • has taught me. Whosoever will not hear His Words, as I speak them,
    •  A flood of flame, we stand confounded ever;
    •  I thus behold with rapture ever-growing.
    •  And evermore the showers of dew descending!
    • everywhere significant. It is not possible to enter upon this
    • wanted to throw light on everything. We shall say only this about
    • phenomena as can control the world — phenomena however which
    • which one finds everywhere, filling the soul when it gives
    • everlasting, the permanent residue when the physical form of
    • unfolding.’ Every word would be a living proof of what
    • enter the spiritual world who has put off everything that is
    • Whoever is acquainted with the elementary truths of
    • material, physical world. If one could follow it all exactly, every
    • with everywhere robe and veil which carry him from age to age.
    • ideas’ — of whom, however, he who can look into it
    • imagines he has done everything when he describes the externals.
    • Mephistopheles is involved in everything he has seen up to
    • soul. He knows that this soul can leave the body at several places.
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    • importance for the whole civilisation of humanity, every
    • present age is however one that is peculiarly prejudiced in its
    • fancies, and that man has only really become clever in the
    • period everything in the life of the soul has been as it is
    • but which nevertheless is experienced, — according
    • but everything else on the Earth, East, West, South of him,
    • content, we find everywhere that for the action which we
    • forget what is far beyond the cleverest of them, — our
    • cleverest of our abstract thoughts. Anatomy and physiology know
    • head, chest, heart and limbs, one would see on every hand small
    • scattered over all inhabited regions. Wherever anything
    • we shall nevertheless require to do it more and more. At that
    • time however there was no such thing as making notes even in
    • Everything that has happened in the historical evolution of
    • are however the relics of the ancient monuments and signs put
    • for the head can call up again everything that has connection
    • the epoch of localised memory, when everything of the
    • Everywhere were memorial tablets and memorial stones. It was
    • Russia, we find them everywhere in Central Europe. All
    • an extreme longing to bring everything into rhythm; for in this
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    • town, bricks and mortar meet his gaze on every hand. When he
    • everyday consciousness a consciousness very similar to a
    • mountains, rivers and clouds, and saw everything in the
    • conjure up! For the ancient Oriental, however, all his
    • Everything outside in the kingdoms of Nature was transformed in
    • condition, that is to say in what was the everyday
    • everyday consciousness where everything was changed into
    • Lemuria, or of the Moon epoch. Nevertheless they were still
    • There were however moments when the sleeper would feel: An
    • intervened. Though there was never a real consciousness of what
    • nevertheless what was then experienced from the Second
    • second or third year of life. No ancient Oriental ever attained
    • this waking-dreaming, dreaming-waking, he saw everywhere
    • we see to-day in clear sharp outlines; as an Initiate however
    • consciousness, attained to learn what every boy and girl learns
    • Cosmos. Reading and writing were nevertheless learned in those
    • land by every means in their power; for it would be quite clear
    • clever man of the present day, I should find myself saying of
    • This is, however, broadly speaking, the substance of oriental
    • those times, however, man had a perfectly clear
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    • — part of him. So that at every moment of life he was
    • it is, however, to this personality that he has, as it were, a
    • would never have been able alone to meet all the difficulties
    • and its inhabitants, and everything would have been in order,
    • Cosmos. It was, however, in the meaning of those times, what I
    • spiritual Being who had never incarnated on Earth to work
    • bearers of this original wisdom, however, who once went about
    • personality who is called Gilgamesh in the Epic had, however,
    • followed. In those olden times, however, of which we are
    • enlightenment might be doubtful in some respects. Nevertheless
    • Nevertheless, — and this is the peculiar characteristic
    • is, however, one thing by means of an initiation to acquire
    • matter, but that everything is spiritual and the so-called
    • Everything of a spiritual or cultural nature that men received
    • Mystery, which however only bore half fruit in him. The result
    • times. Such a spiritual vision, however, concerning
    • fluid albumenous substance. And they saw how everything
    • over the Earth, and how everything also lived in it. They saw
    • substance — finely distributed but everywhere with
    • contained in the earthly albumenous atmosphere were everywhere
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    • experience of freedom. The farther we go back however into
    • fundamentally, everything which surrounds us in the world of
    • this way: Everything is Maya, everything is illusion,
    • overpowering and so penetrating that one can never get beyond
    • however: we must lose the very ground from under our feet. For
    • friends, of the strictness and severity of the preparation in
    • consisted, was elastic throughout. Wherever one pressed, one
    • body, that in this statue the head does everything.
    • everywhere in life, the pupil lived his way into the Cosmic
    • the old Asiatic Reality, a time when however on the other
    • Samothracian Mysteries, they had nevertheless a strong affinity
    • of Alexander, permeates them everywhere with descriptions of
    • Nevertheless, if we conceive the thing not in a narrow but in a
    • serious study, however, of the little that is preserved of
    • written about Aristotle. Aristotle himself, however, used
    • permeated by Ether. When however, Springtime approaches, and
    • every year, in so far as it is needed for the up-springing into
    • treat of these things. Some of them, however, went to the East,
    • Aristotle, however, was able to teach Alexander: When you go
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    • everywhere the impression: The priests of the Mysteries are
    • to this conclusion: All around me I see displayed on every side
    • relationship with everything of a plant-nature.
    • Mysteries every thirty years; all that was concerned with the
    • Moon about every eighteen years. And so on. The priests of the
    • Hibernia are nevertheless doubly secret and occult, for you
    • Greece was however gradually working herself free from the
    • however has Sophocles come forward when man begins to tear
    • everything of importance that had happened in the past. History
    • Nevertheless, as long as Greek culture and civilisation lasted,
    • treacherously burnt to the ground. It was gone, never to
    • to bring Hellenism to the East in any external sense. Wherever
    • could never have produced. He penetrates as far as India.
    • Hellenic and Oriental civilisations. On every hand he founds
    • significance for later times. Of the first importance however
    • of his chief aims. He went however as far east as India, and
    • also into Egypt. Everywhere he implanted the spiritual
    • men. For everywhere he let the people feel it was something
    • could ever have accomplished what he did. For everywhere others
    • medieval and modern, or however else they may be designated
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    • direction. Nevertheless in Greece we always feel a last breath,
    • What Julian, however, is able to receive in these Mysteries has
    • Present-day mankind would never have come into being if Asia
    • beholding them in the several kingdoms of Nature. He was able,
    • What remained was a looking back. In the time, however, of
    • past. In the time that followed, however, mankind as such had
    • evolving in his inner being. For every age has its own mission,
    • every age its own task.
    • truth every period is such, — every period marks a
    • however, with gigantic force, and to-day we are going through a
    • no communication whatever was possible; but in the Mysteries of
    • Greece were ever and again able to find a refuge. Alexander
    • With Aristotle it is different. With Aristotle you never have
    • returning Crusaders. We find it in every corner of Europe,
    • however, which the scholiasts and subsequently the scientists
    • being in his entirety; nevertheless we have at least still a
    • shall not however be able to judge of its full significance
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    • kingdoms of Nature. In modern times however there is no longer
    • on the diseased human being. All this investigation however
    • microcosm; whatever is present in the world outside him, in the
    • In those times, however, something else was known, namely, that
    • ‘practice’ in life, and one that depends at every step on our
    • forces of the Earth are also in every single object that I find
    • nevertheless essentially such an object, standing in subjection
    • inwards to it from every direction. Yes, it is a fact, such
    • working in everywhere towards the centre of the Earth. It is
    • basis everywhere of the organism, whether it be of plant,
    • whatever you choose to call it; it develops further and the new
    • whole sphere of the Cosmos. Forces work in upon it from every
    • to hen. In actual fact it is not so. Every time the transition
    • everywhere, from the periphery, the astral body receives them
    • cannot eat anything and everything. It can only eat what the
    • the quartz crystals in the siliceous substance. Everywhere in
    • the while without any real knowledge of them whatsoever; he has
    • upon such things, it was known that every time reproduction
    • in from the great world from every direction.
    • everywhere in him work also, in an opposite direction, the
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    • that, wherever the eye of the spirit is turned to the deed of
    • — to every form of being that had no need to appear on
    • Divine-Spiritual Beings can never be jealous. Nevertheless in
    • a world filled with the jealousy of certain kinds of Gods. Ever
    • almost entirely gone. For whoever would find the way, for
    • never build it up.
    • astral bodies of the dead. Nevertheless the Earth with
    • are an etheric body, you are like an animal. Here however you
    • Divine. The Rosicrucian pupil however knew this well; he knew
    • greatest comfort that could ever be to me on Earth. For in that
    • the eye of the soul the past evolution of mankind. Whoever
    • memory, however, grew to be terribly painful. For in a manner
    • surge up in all our hearts and souls. But whenever it has
    • sincerity we will to keep it, can never be taken from us. It
    • renewed. It is no longer standing. The same call can, however,
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    • scale are everywhere in evidence. Forces that are actively at
    • there was one voice which to be sure was not much cleverer than
    • the others in respect of content but which nevertheless
    • — as I emphasised from every possible point of view
    • from that world itself. Everything for which the earthly world
    • world and return again into the physical world. Every
    • possibility of being able at any and every minute to return
    • everything remains unconscious or subconscious — plead to
    • the abstract ideas which man applies to everything to-day. With
    • however, to call attention to the position in which human
    • concerned with every possible aspect of weight, measure and the
    • argument but because every individual should let his mind and
    • we should never reach any definite goal. For then other people
    • every day but I think that all those who climbed the hill and
    • anthroposophical souls, however, it is said: You have now to be
    • in every one of our Groups all over the world. We will now turn
    • Quite certainly it will never occur to us to feel anything
    • year ago. But of one thing we may be sure — everything in
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    • available to everyone.
    • science that is everywhere popularized today. The concepts of
    • into contradiction with everything it takes in when it accepts
    • everywhere, ever farther and farther, even into the most
    • nevertheless, a discord of soul which is expressed in all kinds
    • however, more than a mere comparison, and is to lead directly
    • means to be denied, they are nevertheless connected with what
    • had no other world; he would never be able to emerge from this
    • no judgment whatever about the reality, except the feeling of
    • everyday waking consciousness? and does' there result from such
    • nevertheless, there is something peculiar here. Among our
    • content whatsoever — only their content must be easily
    • that are beyond anything one otherwise ever has in life.
    • whatever region of the earth he had this experience. The part a
    • the soul-exercises to which I am alluding, everything that I
    • out with complete self-possession, with nothing whatever in it
    • the method, but from the results. Nevertheless, we experience
    • knowledge whatever of this inner silence in the consciousness
    • ordinary, everyday, theoretical or practical egotism; and
    • to place it there. But it must be done nevertheless. And anyone
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    • would never feel ourselves to be individuals. Therefore, just
    • ourselves, is no cleverer than to hold your hand before a mirror
    • one can never think that through what goes on in Nature, any ideal,
    • ever have a hope that the Ideal has the power to realise itself,
    • life, as we to-day see everything which refers to man under the
    • In spite of all that however, a Divine Spiritual
    • Ordering, which spread everywhere; one finds memories of this in
    • In the metaphysical Ordering, everything is registered! the
    • wherever to-day man hangs his consciousness on the Ordering of
    • Nature. Nevertheless the extraordinary fact is before us,
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    • available to everyone.
    • actually found everywhere in our study of spiritual science,
    • organism, We shall never grasp the working of consciousness
    • never be conscious beings in the physical world. In this
    • sprouting, never leads to consciousness. Consciousness can
    • dream. This dream-life of the child is, however, closely
    • arises in man, he finds that every conscious thought that is
    • grasped, and every conscious feeling that asserts itself, are
    • for reality wherever we see a process of sprouting, budding,
    • outside this figure; in waking life, however, we must picture
    • destroyed in the everyday process of perception. It is just
    • however, unaware of this. But what is destroyed is reflected
    • forms the content of conscious being. Every time we display
    • everything to be dissolved by sleep, we should have no
    • physical consciously but would remain for ever
    • budding; sprouting life of summer where everything buds and
    • everything begins to dry up and wither, everything begins to
    • has been able to say EX DEO NASCIMUR at every stage of earth
    • Nevertheless,
    • spiritual world after death we should never be able to
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    • our physical body in the waking state whenever we wish to
    • can lead everything back to one Principle!
    • the formation of our head, the formation of everything that
    • formative forces of everything belonging to our heart,
    • which must appear ever more and more in present humanity. The
    • relatively the most important. Hence I must ever speak of its
    • Whoever strives in the sense of what is given in
    • and only after one goes ever further and further in the
    • still further, the colour will become ever paler and paler,
    • must be reversed in the ascent to the spiritual world. There,
    • we must first develop ideas — we must make every effort
    • never be certain that any observation we make in the
    • physical nature; for spirit lies at the basis of everything
    • ever more correct in regard to the other clairvoyance, the
    • every case only in an objectively scientific sense, as are
    • everything which is found along the path of clairvoyance, is
    • character which they have in ordinary, everyday life. In
    • ordinary, everyday life we must have the feeling —
    • thoughts of the everyday are only images, shadows of
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    • ever originated, and the question as to how evil became
    • courage, but also in every other respect in such a way that
    • line of march, as it were, but life is never like this.
    • cases something is always destroyed. Every evil or immoral
    • impulses are in fact never better guided than when we take a
    • apathy which passes everything by and occasions great moral
    • is something which makes the mind ever more active, helps us
    • able to consider reverently that the ideas imparted to us are
    • cannot say that it happens in every case, but one must assert
    • that it probably happens in every fourth case. Untruthfulness
    • has everywhere become a quality of the age; it is impossible
    • to another until he has exhausted every means to ascertain
    • travel, the lust of sensation on the part of man, everything
    • certain way we may strive for it again. However, the two
    • activities are here now, they are everywhere. Why did He
    • this or that to them, you do it to Christ. Whatever you do to
    • him. And he who denies himself everything renders himself
    • everywhere. People themselves observe that there is excess on
    • overcome all its opponents, and everything else still
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    • possible effect on our lives. This, however, must be attributed
    • Goethe, one might almost say in every civilized language? Do
    • sharing directly in everything that connects human nature with
    • the legendary, the fabulous, everything that lifts man aloft
    • but never harsh influence of his father and his poetically
    • From his earliest youth, everything pointed to a definite
    • this process, however, through viewing the works and treasures
    • Everything tended to situate Goethe in a quite definite way
    • living out of his own nature, free of everything that binds a
    • connections with everything. From the very beginning, however,
    • Leipzig simply to idle away his time but, nevertheless, he was
    • something else, as was done by many students. However, as he
    • university, he came into circles that had never failed to
    • awaken a longing in him whenever he had heard about them.
    • jurisprudence and philosophy and whatever else a man of the
    • Goethe, however, who possessed without doubt a certain sense
    • faced death because of extremely severe and recurring
    • every working force and seed.”
    • conception. Basically, what had never before been undertaken,
    • Herder animated Goethe. That everything in the world is in
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    • close to every person. Goethe's life was important in world
    • no means suppose that America would never have been discovered
    • their karma for whatever is demanded of them. With reference to
    • nevertheless, something quite similar in them — not to mention
    • however, is spread over many things. For this reason, because
    • but is more diffuse, it does not appear so strikingly. Anyone, however,
    • a natural phenomenon in the organism. However, we never learn to
    • world — indeed, we never learn really to understand any man —
    • etheric body, however, is the super-sensible member in us that
    • physical body, however, it no longer thrusts its forces into
    • nevertheless a systematic spiritual world conception, and he
    • These things are, however, connected with Goethe's illness. The
    • of a person in a materialistic way, we never discover what
    • example. Goethe, however, needs the influence of life, but he
    • really passed through everything that, in another, not only
    • clothing he was wearing, however, but in another outfit. When
    • past into the present. Through the fact, however, that Goethe
    • impossible to assert that one who is spiritually creative never
    • tragedy of the ninety-one year old Sophocles, however, will be
    • existed in Goethe. Then in 1775, however, his connection with
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    • the full reality in this description. We can never encompass
    • from without upon the human being, that everything in him that
    • The sensory nerves, however, serve in the perception of the
    • relationships exist everywhere so that our brain system is
    • however, and other relationships have been introduced since its
    • “How this complicates and confuses everything that we have
    • acquired!” Man, however, is a complicated being and we do not
    • isolated pedestal. But such an effect can never come about
    • mind; his training is everything!” In other words, the animal
    • be obtained in experiments with the other animals. Whatever, we
    • wisdom merely in our heads; wisdom surrounds us everywhere like
    • light, working everywhere, even through the animal kingdom. In
    • abstract thinking whatever, but only through the succession of
    • image; however, intelligence and wisdom are at the bottom of
    • actual reflection. It turned out, however, that the dog
    • only the horse should be clever enough to observe the gestures,
    • wisdom-filled tasks as he can. It is, however, a different kind
    • however, as in the special case of Goethe, the astral body is
    • concealed than in Goethe's time, but it nevertheless is
    • post-Atlantean period made itself felt in an ever increasing
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    • more chaotic conditions. Everything tends to be handed over
    • recognize from present conditions how everything will
    • consist in the ever increasing differentiation and
    • Anthroposophical Society, however. They are often in the
    • Those who consider themselves especially clever in testing the
    • near future, however, life will be so complicated that the word
    • inner qualities. However, if we would question people about
    • would, however, be a great deception should one draw such a
    • far-reaching cosmic evolution. Everything that happens in the
    • may easily consider himself unusually clever with the ideas he
    • of humanity who can tell us how everything should be done.
    • everything is permeated not just by a single divine spirit
    • especially clever ones will claim that this is stupid. These
    • elemental spirits, however, will certainly come into existence
    • Nevertheless, they will still be created, and it is important
    • ever more intimate. It will appear first in those areas that
    • this objectivity. Everything that they touch will gradually
    • seem today to the clever people — in spite of St. Paul having
    • said that what men consider to be clever is often foolishness
    • by what I have just explained. Thus, everything will be
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    • into consideration. We must bear in mind that everything that
    • soul. Since, however, they are not yet willing to adjust to a
    • forgotten. What has been forgotten, however, has not
    • however, she suppressed it — swallowed it, to use a trivial
    • To what extent they are apparent cures, however, we can explain
    • lower depths of the soul life. This refers to everything that
    • everything that is derived from the connection of the
    • They do this in the most unskillful manner, placing everything
    • dreams. We must learn, however, to judge the formation of
    • included in his novel Auch Einer a clever little story that
    • a more comprehensive way, that is, including everything that is
    • is a most clever anecdote and one that reveals that the person
    • the boy's subconscious, which is cleverer than the superficial
    • all, however, its influence is carried through the portal of
    • four strings of a human being. However, general points of view
    • however, only insofar as they come to expression in the posture
    • when, to appear clever, an effort is made to determine what a
    • thus, however, mistakenly be given a vocation similar to that
    • now works together with other karmic currents, however, since
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    • this, however, many things today will be necessary if man is to
    • that he had never seen a map before a particular age has
    • Much else that is severely criticized had to be so. In short,
    • introduced into the schools. However, when someone would ask
    • what to say. We must understand clearly that everything has at
    • Vischer? It really contributes nothing whatever to an
    • characteristics are thus developed in the soul. Not everyone
    • everywhere. We do not come to understand this period when we
    • no meaning whatever. Now, beginnings toward some understanding
    • everything that can be grasped without preconceptions by an
    • scientific progress. However, it occurred to Max Eyth that the
    • still other things are to be found in Max Eyth. However
    • however, the peculiar fact is that often not the individuals
    • everything without preconceptions, who by reason of his gifts
    • worker who viewed everything with open eyes. There he was once
    • He had proven himself everywhere, and it was well known that he
    • one difficulty, however. There was a famous actress connected
    • with the theater and whoever was to become the director had to
    • during his life. Shortly before his death — everyone of whom I
    • writer to whom I refer, however, did not do this; he wove the
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    • explained even in exoteric lectures, that everything underlying
    • develop. Science as yet pays no attention whatever to such
    • however, in which the human being is guided toward his new
    • following period, however, the impulses no longer work into us,
    • even disorder, but nevertheless something that is to be
    • in mind that, after all, everything in the world runs in cycles
    • relationship to life. Since, however, human beings must become
    • — a comprehensive, approximate expression, but nevertheless
    • powers; today, however, as we develop toward the future, we
    • they never developed the ability to explain matters from the
    • bringing about the very conditions they severely criticized.
    • life would become ever more the “pressed caviar” of bourgeois
    • sense such things in different ways, however, depending on
    • presented by Mill. In his soul, however, all this worked
    • of life, a polishing away of the personality, everything that
    • Herzen, however, had no opportunity to take karma and repeated
    • whatever way we please, but that we must really see how the
    • sources. But this opposition is directed and guided everywhere
    • however, and what causes the greatest fear of all, we might
    • in everything connected with the real laws of life, since it is
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    • merely about everyday matters but also about the most important
    • the truth only when we feel and realize how everything, every
    • succeed, however, and was compelled to provide further
    • He was, therefore, quite clever but somewhat less lovable.
    • Thus, he never officially married but lived, as his
    • reverent relationship and most obedient subjection that is due
    • him from every one of his loyal servants, I feel myself,
    • set aside every other interest, and there is no position
    • whatever for which I would not exchange my own state if I
    • renders him worthy of fame among all others and will ever
    • service to him every other satisfaction for me, I will then not
    • everybody, to share any small talent that had come into my
    • and also of everyone who might support me in such undertakings,
    • but also the metal. I find new things of this kind every day
    • whatever remuneration pleases any purchaser; but to render
    • upon him, would never cause me any feeling of repugnance. On
    • kindness of the Prince, however, gradually subsided and after a
    • discovery that has had significance ever since. This event was
    • of his recantation are true, the assertion made by everybody
    • definitely those that almost every person has when he or she
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    • whatever between himself and the Godhead, but to live in the
    • nothing else whatever. The important fact is not whether a
    • not admit it. When we consider this, however, we see it is an
    • stupefaction of the soul is everywhere present nowadays but,
    • angel, whom the person at first wanted to revere but whom he
    • gradually comes about that the individual reveres not the
    • angel, but the luciferic angel. Then, however, the steep
    • there may be a confusion of entire peoples; nevertheless, it
    • know perfectly well that the clever men of the present will, of
    • ever more thorough if we wish to comprehend the complete
    • whatever but the shallowest stuff. This nonsense is taken
    • to the Persian — we find everywhere that what was uttered by
    • advanced, this has been lost. The word has been rendered ever
    • passed through the portal of death. We must learn, however, to
    • them.” However, in order to explain the entire spirit of this
    • everything men have must be produced by it, but much is brought
    • sense in which today we speak of it and everything connected with it.
    • seem extremely curious to everyone who thinks scientifically —
    • insane to every modern and intelligent person. But of course,
    • because they are by no means the most demoniacal. Whenever
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    • answer to this objection can be given by everyone by saying
    • possessions, it can never be done in His name. It is possible
    • evolution of the earth. But, as we know, everything that occurs
    • world conceptions of the religions as reverence for a more or
    • up with reverence to an ancestor still survive among those who
    • reverenced as his ancestor. The ancestor appeared to him not
    • revered what was revealed to them through it. But during the
    • time spirit. Wherever we go back into those times that we may
    • East later. That is, they begin to worship angels, every person
    • It is imperative, however, that we force ourselves to its
    • every human being something supramundane in his nature comes to
    • Then everyone will experience that sensitive reverence in the
    • really imparted to every individual human being through the fact
    • in every earthly human being, even if he is a sinner or a
    • with sinners so that we shall recognize in every earthly human
    • upward to what stands above them whenever we are in the
    • into the luciferic world. In that case, however, all that the
    • beings would never have been able to render the service to the
    • to remove the higher nature from it. Every time Lucifer
    • Lucifer. When we go back into ancient times, we find everywhere
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    • Christ-Mystery. This is something that today must become ever
    • knowledge. Although modern man is not a believer in
    • superstition, he takes on trust everything upheld in the
    • however, experienced the following, for example. Let us
    • certain sphere — that is true of almost every judgment,
    • flock that everything in the world — including Czarism,
    • of course and indeed everything — was from God. And what
    • everything is from God, Bolshevism as well must come from
    • concealed, however, when the world is spoken of as consisting
    • that you can see. Look at everything, look at the whole of
    • happens in air and water; look wherever you like, include
    • everything that can possibly be included in your external
    • Nevertheless this glowing sphere of the Sun will not exist
    • beyond the Venus age; it will then disappear. And everything
    • beyond the Venus age. Everything through which the spiritual
    • however, come near the Christ-Mystery if one does not connect
    • same courage he will never be able to discover reason where
    • days, to look back, however, in the new way suitable for
    • out. They are, however, only half sucked out, and finally
    • green in diagram.) This, however, is to a great extent
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    • from the standpoint of spiritual science. Nevertheless, we
    • However these are the difficulties to be expected in
    • do. Here you have to make a kind of map. You see, every time
    • however, a connection with the secrets of the old Mysteries,
    • extinguished. Before that year, however, man knew a great
    • reason you find everywhere at the basis of the ancient
    • concentrated in the breast, which, however, for modern man
    • consciousness, however, lies another that stretches itself
    • eyes, your ears, your sense of smell, or whichever sense you
    • difficult conception to which, however, I have to come.
    • Everything you look at there presents itself to you from
    • perceptible world. You would see the reverse side of what
    • would see the reverse of what comes to you as smell, you
    • of this reverse side, a very little bit indeed. I can only
    • secondly, everything described in
    • Everything hidden from sense perception lies there stored up.
    • see. Behind the red, however, there crosses what otherwise
    • with one loop reversed, turned inside out; I must draw those
    • what is within him and then to what in the world is reversed.
    • also to the reverse side in man (see diagram 2).
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    • everyday life; certain men die young, others in old age,
    • the answer can never be found. Everyone has to own this after
    • century, ideas were in fact circulating everywhere in the
    • astrophysics, whatever you like to call it. If he were able
    • empty space! However this is not the case, there can also be
    • nature, that it is more — or it is less, however we can
    • ever diminishing fullness, we can come to empty space; and we
    • imagination and picture that everything materially filling
    • instrument of the soul-life, of the thinking. The reverse is
    • the brain, pushing up everywhere, it would vanish, it would
    • never reach our consciousness. But it lives in the holes of
    • is everywhere reflected by pushing up against the brain
    • substance. It is reflected everywhere, and man experiences
    • that has slipped into the holes, however, because it is then
    • soul-life, however, continues, just outside the holes. There
    • free, however, as a whole it is gradually changed. During
    • drawn back. By their being drawn back, however, the soul-life
    • these last few days. It is true, however, that we have to go
    • what I have been describing. This stroke of luck, however,
    • could only bring him to the point of seeing ever changing
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  • Title: Threefold Order II: Lecture 1: Influence of the human will upon the course of economic life
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    • every way comparable to the inevitability with which a
    • everything as part of a chain of external cause and effect,
    • has nothing whatever in it of that peculiar abstract,
    • middle-classes, — who were developing ever more and
    • scientist to be at all fantastical, then everything one may
    • position to carry this training on into practical every-day
    • life as well, and in every way fitted, there too, to let
    • its social manifestations. It may be all very clever, it may
    • seem uncommonly clever and convincing, when Carl Marx, for
    • however, one must observe life itself. And one will then
    • right!’ — There are however other statistics
    • occurring every five years within a particular area, that
    • laws whatever in a position to state anything about the free
    • which can be extended to cover every sort of thing, so this
    • abstractified money extends over every conceivable thing. It
    • every sort of thing. And this abstract money, emancipated
    • nevertheless, proceed absolutely and entirely from the will
    • whatever one may get as returns from anything. What one looks at,
    • People think, that everything is to be found out by studying
    • in economic life, and so on. If one altogether neglects however to give
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  • Title: Threefold Order II: Lecture 2: On Propaganda of the Threefold Social Order
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    • of how one thinks of arranging every detail in one particular
    • unsatisfying substitute in every respect. For the thing,
    • to have everything laid before them in a couple of pages,
    • ever is possible! Or perhaps they would like to have it on a
    • which never made its way into people's heads at all, are we
    • one in countries, where everything has not yet crashed, but
    • of people have, nevertheless, not the faintest notion. But in
    • destruction of everything we possess in the form of human
    • civilisation: — ideas that destroy everything,
    • everything, — that sweep everything away. And the
    • nothing of this sort will the working classes ever, under any
    • think everything un-understandable which comes from the real
    • people! There must be a clean sweep of everything to do with
    • whatever can be done by little measures; we are
    • that I myself use, for instance, should grow ever stronger
    • falling ever more softly and soundly asleep, — then
    • one's voice too grows louder in proportion, then everything
    • are the people really, who are the drag upon everything. It
    • advocating, in their newspapers and everywhere, the kind of
    • articles, that were in it! Everything to do with
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  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture I: Free Will, Immortality
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    • ordinary everyday soul life is more or less similar to the case
    • Whenever the attempt has been made to save the human being from
    • leave it undone. But this contradicts every kind of
    • however, it is necessary to approach these two points that I
    • that we do not allow the soul to investigate in its everyday
    • one usual in everyday life. To take the example already cited,
    • something indefinite, can ever become a scientist of spirit.
    • there with every conceivable effort of our own consciousness,
    • false mysticism, it must also be removed from everything that
    • We have to be careful not to stop at this, however, for
    • place in the soul. Whoever has not learned to differentiate
    • his body, but he can never become a scientist of spirit. We are
    • speaks in such a way that he thinks over everything he says,
    • Well, first I promise never to impose myself upon you by
    • must be emphasized that whoever believes it is possible to
    • wherever the spiritual is sought. All visions and every kind of
    • ordinary consciousness, in our ordinary everyday life, we do
    • made in the laboratory and observatory. However difficult it
    • about such matters can come only from those who have never
    • is what can be called a reversal of going to sleep. It is most
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  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture II: The Historical Evolution of Humanity
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    • enthusiasm that history stimulates. However, the more we feel
    • take everything that has happened up to the present day we find
    • century A.D. and we find that everything that happened in the
    • symbols and images. Even revered figures and personalities are
    • often presented to the people in images and revered in images.
    • of the times and revered, portrayed and characterized as such
    • that it is an attempt to use every possible means that are
    • views of history never convince us that the efforts he makes in
    • historical approach primarily to art, in which, however, his
    • to learn. For however much our age imagines it lives in
    • actual reality, and however odd this may sound it is proved by
    • his words in the spirit in which it lives in him. Nevertheless,
    • very quickly lead the community into decline in every possible
    • indicated here several months ago in a lecture about how the
    • living together dreams and sleeps. However odd and
    • the beginning of the 15th century. Everything that Karl
    • rational soul, where cleverness itself is still instinctive.
    • everything through the consciousness, now becomes typical for
    • Roman politics. Thus everything can be grasped only in the
    • in every detail, is what this consciousness soul brings to the
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  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture III: The Supersensible Being of Man
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    • the real nature of life wherever his soul was engaged and he
    • However, this method does not use the thinking as we do in
    • everyday life or in science, but thinking is developed in a
    • normal person. Everything depends upon our being able to
    • everyday life and in ordinary scientific investigation,
    • leads him to perform the same action every day. This is the
    • main thing, for our everyday lives at least, to make
    • ordinary lives. In carrying out the same task every day we
    • provides us with a lever for what has to be produced rather
    • of course be stupid. But we can nevertheless compare a dead
    • However paradoxical this may appear, it is true. This
    • into being only in our own time. For everything that comes into
    • There had first to be a training of several hundred years in
    • during the course of time. Nevertheless, the observers of the
    • everything. And they described the moment when the soul can
    • otherwise our normal everyday self-consciousness into the world
    • we know that however filled with ideals we are, the will
    • but such a will that is free of our everyday will should be
    • everyone knows from his own trivial observation of life
    • unconscious state he is nevertheless within the being of his
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  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture IV: Nature of Anthroposophy
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    • however, seeks to develop what can be achieved within certain
    • ordinary powers of knowledge which we have in everyday life,
    • way that it disregards everything else which otherwise
    • personality. The everyday man stands beside this second
    • This thinking is transformed, however. It does not appear
    • thoughts, which however are no longer abstract, but
    • everything that has worked from within upon our form, as far
    • anthroposophical sense is completely clear about every
    • reverse order.
    • toward the morning. Everything must be taken atomistically as
    • staircase in reverse, as if it were a descent from the top to
    • changed in the course of the years. Everyone knows how in
    • organic processes, — in the same way everything now
    • and having its effects there. However, the sun becomes
    • the sun-nature is present everywhere.
    • meet practical life and every region of scientific study. First
    • heart, lung and brain, is transformed in a way that we never
    • every organ in a different way.
    • experiment among remedies to clear knowledge of how everything
    • processes at work in everything, has its effects in the human
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    • mystics. Those who level this sort of criticism, from whatever
    • lecture to mention everything that would be necessary
    • differently about such matters today, nevertheless what I have
    • analysis. He formulated his views on the basis of everything
    • Adolf Roland says: According to everything that can be known
    • it becomes quite clear that however far we are able to go by
    • our ordinary, everyday consciousness. — This is one
    • Hertwig makes use of everything that even the most recent
    • which surprised everyone so much in 1859, and which has had
    • Wherever we look in the world, whether we discover one or the
    • everyday life. It is just in deepening what can be achieved by
    • latter is also well aware that however admirable these
    • achievements of natural science are, however significant
    • they may be for particular purposes, however necessary they may
    • be for sound human progress, they can never penetrate the real
    • The science of spirit does not deal with a reversion into
    • progress of science as a whole. But everything that the
    • mind in the modern scientific outlook. For several hundred
    • arbitrarily, but by honest, self-observation, that however much
    • great and shattering truths which stand at the start of every
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    • of place here. It is, however, necessary to say some few
    • forms the basis of this Art. Everything that we do here is
    • everybody to remember that we ourselves are the most severe
    • will become ever more and more perfect, and will one day take
  • Title: Differentation of Primeval Wisdom into East, Middle, West
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    • this Lecture has been made available for everyone.
    • earth, they can judge of everything real; and they will then
    • everything which man can absorb in his soul life as a view of his
    • how did it become ever more and more differentiated? We must
    • territories; but they are nevertheless dependent in a certain
    • ancient wisdom. This wisdom has however gradually faded away
    • say: “Everything which man possesses in the way of
    • prejudice, one investigates everything which has developed in
    • everything which develops in the West as the stand-point of
    • but he will never be tempted to produce things which relate
    • been rationalised, intellectualised. Everything in the world
    • friends, that wherever it be, whether in the past or in the
    • Centre or in the lest, wherever ethical truths have
    • follow everywhere the path of these three elements in the
    • everything which has been taken up, especially in the 19th
    • is everywhere permeated by Aestheticism.
    • cleverness in the utilitarian standpoint, a caricature of the
    • every week there appear slimy excretions, as I must call
    • have any better logic. This, however, is not so easy to
    • pre-Christian Rome again appeared, and as if everything which
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    • between birth and death. Through everything which shines down
    • that whenever we give ourselves to the sense world, then,
    • through and through with cleverness, with intellectuality,
    • that he already experiences everything which he can possibly
    • clever that in his cleverness he can form ideas for himself
    • of everything which can possibly exist on the Earth That is
    • idea of everything which can possibly be on the Earth, but
    • life of the East, something appears which has never been
    • everything which the intellect can accumulate, to despise
    • everything which poetry or fantasy pours over
    • thinking — dividing and separating everything up
    • understanding and pedantry; which judge everything in such a
    • Earthly beings, it is a question of our being able everywhere
  • Title: Necessity for Spiritual Knowledge: Lecture 1
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    • also been said ever and again — we shall never be able
    • in its most intimate essentials, can never arrive at any
    • and through the spiritual. When, however, this real activity
    • acknowledged in public. In addition, however, he informed me
    • the people, how I am to put what I say. Whoever works today
    • face of his audience. Whoever is within the living spirit
    • that, we shall never work our way out of it.
    • culture, must, however, take stand on the same ground as
    • never exists purely as matter, Wherever there is concrete
    • this, we can never grasp what has to work as impulse into the
    • becomes Christian because in every third line Christ's name
    • That men today are clever enough to be able easily to come to
    • today are clever, that they can criticise that they have
    • view. Just because they are all this, however, they have to
    • important point for me is never to make any particular thing
    • Rubicon of the modern cultural impasse. Whoever always wants
    • never reach the spheres out of which the impulses of future
    • but be said that whoever taken it seriously has a heavy task
    • existence of these cares. Perhaps, however, we have done
    • alone fulfil the task for the future, however, who do not do
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    • there is ever present in the mind, the Spirit which rules at
    • stream of materialistic culture in every department of life,
    • have fallen into it, we shall never be able to raise
    • very different! It should be noticed however, that one
    • must never imagine that what we are doing perhaps under the
    • which has really arisen out of modern culture must, however,
    • are together, everywhere. And to-day when man says that below
    • because he utters the name of Christ in every third line he
    • that after every five words or so there ought to have been
    • grasped are to-day of no account whatever. The one and only
    • with what the words say. Men are clever enough to-day to be
    • deny this cleverness. That men are clever, that they have
    • friends present. For it has never been a point with me to
    • the present time, is pelted with every possible kind of
    • Whoever wishes for the sake of convenience to carry over anything
    • from old channels, can never really enter the region out of which
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    • world. Now, for every really thinking man, the question must
    • reality which we postulate. Everything that physics an
    • increased every time he gets out of the train at some town
    • Whoever has inner experiences is able to notice in the course
    • everything which goes on in the field of our consciousness;
    • again coming to birth. In every moment in the world, we live
    • perceive there is ever contained fuel that is burning away
    • found midway between these two poles. Everything becomes more
    • whereby such consciousness can be acquired, however far away
    • he concealed in his third tenet -but no account is ever taken
    • facts — facts which are nevertheless substantiated by
    • repeatedly said that up to a certain point, everyone
    • authority. Everyone can understand it by means of an ordinary
    • everything else is nonsense. The fact that men will
    • keep the electrical apparatus and everything belonging to it
    • several different points of view. I have intimated that we
    • science never makes a true teacher. It is not necessary to
    • weigh every morsel that they put into their mouths and eat at
    • cut and dried system of Pedagogics can never produce real
    • forget everything that may be known about academic
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  • Title: Man and Nature: Intellect in Man and Nature Bereft of the Gods
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    • is, nevertheless, reality. Let us realise once for
    • severs himself from the soul-and-spirit altogether, sinks
    • consciousness in the real sense can never arise from
    • assimilation of Spiritual Science. These souls will never
    • shall never understand the essential nature of the heart we
    • imagine that it pumps the blood in every direction and then
    • Science, as it is to-day, never leads into the inner being of
    • whatever to penetrate into the inner being and inner nature
    • frightened — to that extent do they sever themselves from
    • dawns upon them, because everything to-day is regarded from
    • work in the School. Everything is a question of the
    • anthroposophical Spiritual Science, however, is much more
    • in everyday life of thoughts and ideas which are the natural
    • therefore quite true to say that everything our eyes can see
    • the reverse when the human being is passing through his life
    • between light and gravity; and every sense-perception, as we
  • Title: The Physical-Superphysical: Its Realisation Through Art
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    • which may indeed be raised to the level of art but can never
    • It is due, however, to a kind of possession — possession
    • however, is deeply rooted in life; were this not sot through
    • feeling in life makes its appearance everywhere. Even if not
    • to the senses. That what is ordinarily physical in everyday
    • by magic — this is perceived by everyone who confines his
    • remains, however, that everyone in life, when confronting the
    • need. For whatever we may think about a great many of the
    • trends in the art of recent times, whatever we may think
    • nothing to do with art — whatever we may think about all
    • may never actually arise.
    • however; they do not look sufficiently deeply into the soul,
    • however, only the one side, and on becoming familiar with
    • Whoever is able to perceive this will also find — to make
    • however, because within it a higher life, a life of another
    • secret is underlying the wide realms of nature everywhere.
    • reverse can also be true; the higher can be overcome by the
    • lower. It is always possible, however, to break the spell and
    • illustration: Whoever studies the human skeleton finds, even
    • remarkable thing is, however, that when we are capable of
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  • Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
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    • spiritual world with knowledge. Nevertheless, many people
    • experiences of the soul in its pure state. In order, however,
    • Everything that the artist has absorbed in life works on as
    • to be adherents. We need not, however, go into that; the
    • soul are quite different. Those, however, who strive for
    • The seer is able to eliminate everything that presses in upon
    • him from the external world, everything that wells up from
    • to eliminate everything of a material nature or of the nature
    • of remembrance of the external world — not, however, in
    • ordinary meaning. Each of the several arts, from the
    • seership, however, something quite objective, but no loss
    • seer realises: In everything that expresses itself in
    • no element whatever of the bodily organisation. Then comes
    • with every tone, with every melody, as though his very soul
    • human personality. That is the reason why everything that is
    • nevertheless attempts to form something by means of
    • process that is the reverse of that of painting. The painter
    • colour, he develops imaginations. It is important, however,
    • of colours, where he says that every colour sets free a mood
    • problem for every thoughtful mind, namely, peach-colour, the
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    • “toned-down”, but made available to everyone who feels
  • Title: Lecture: Human Knowledge and Its Significance for Man and the Cosmos
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    • may ask themselves: Whatever more is there to be said about the being
    • the grain is concerned. Those who look at everything merely from the
    • foodstuff. But this has nothing whatever to do with the innermost purpose
    • every time we use grains of wheat for food, we are depriving them of
    • among these few! But remember, several thinkers have rightly said, quite
    • form after death and to transform our organism. Everything that is acquired
    • our organism—everything, that is to say, with the exception
    • everyone is bent upon acquiring as much knowledge of the external world
    • whatever with a preceding cause. For how can it possibly be said that
    • receives as nourishment, however, must be for him. And in the same way,
    • One of the main reasons why everyone was not admitted to the Mysteries
    • was that whoever sought admittance must prove that to him knowledge
    • ahead of us, however, this attitude will have to be acquired consciously
  • Title: Anthroposophical Ethics ... St. Francis, Lecture III
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    • of every human soul, on the boundless love that springs from this belief,
    • of every human soul, on the boundless love that springs from this belief,
    • available to everyone.
    • ever originated, and the question as to how evil became
    • courage, but also in every other respect in such a way that
    • line of march, as it were, but life is never like this.
    • cases something is always destroyed. Every evil or immoral
    • impulses are in fact never better guided than when we take a
    • apathy which passes everything by and occasions great moral
    • is something which makes the mind ever more active, helps us
    • able to consider reverently that the ideas imparted to us are
    • cannot say that it happens in every case, but one must assert
    • that it probably happens in every fourth case. Untruthfulness
    • has everywhere become a quality of the age; it is impossible
    • to another until he has exhausted every means to ascertain
    • travel, the lust of sensation on the part of man, everything
    • certain way we may strive for it again. However, the two
    • activities are here now, they are everywhere. Why did He
    • this or that to them, you do it to Christ. Whatever you do to
    • him. And he who denies himself everything renders himself
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    • from ever new aspects this greatest of all secrets in
    • nevertheless a certain sort of thinking; and when we
    • little. Everything that was kindled in them as perception, as
    • truth and knowledge, yet they never spoke to them of birth and
    • those ancient times. Much of this, however, you know already;
    • primitive times, nevertheless we may consider important
    • became ever increasingly significant for the earthly man; for
    • had never experienced birth and death in their own worlds. For
    • to acquire this knowledge in an outward manner. However, it is
    • described had happened, nevertheless at the time of the Mystery
    • Through everything else that occurs on earth ye can acquire
    • will never grasp death in its significance for human life, even
    • believe, I know through faith what I shall never be able to
    • everything, and the definition of the Divine is
    • never be acquired through brain knowledge, that is, through
    • as an instrument. It can never be acquired in reality in the
    • metabolic system. It is, however, only a dull knowledge,
    • of the first Christian teachings, however, that the Sacrament
    • experience of Damascus he knew that everything depended upon an
    • able to learn something about what everyone can experience in
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    • elementary a form as possible. It is, however, necessary also
    • speak of this soul sphere, we may say nevertheless that however
    • advanced these individual souls may be, however far they may
    • descend into bodies of flesh. It is nevertheless possible for
    • body just once, or several times in succession; and he is then
    • whenever an Avatar-being is woven into a fleshly human body,
    • some one member, or even several members, of the super-sensible
    • of one or several members of the person in question who is
    • which lie behind the physical ones. History can never be
    • used. They were not, however, limited to any one nationality
    • Christianity was connected, as it were, with everything that
    • everything of a physical nature that still existed can be seen
    • conscious ego, but are nevertheless compelled to have the
    • deepest possible reverence for the entire world of his
    • sagacity, in intellect, that has ever been reached by humanity.
    • wishes, but through several centuries, simply by means of this
    • and it is always and everywhere the sign of a decline as
    • scholasticism of the Middle Ages. Everything by means of which
    • find how everything tends toward the goal of becoming ever more
    • Being: it is capable of beholding the Christ everywhere in the
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    • It has never been translated into English, and never before published
    • view nowadays, and therefore everything that is put forward
    • the dream's reality. We could never come within the dream to
    • everything as real, what the dream presents to us in its
    • this even once we would never awaken throughout our entire
    • drive us to our actions, and in everything that we do from
    • which we know nothing. However, we would dream our entire lives
    • of view to turn from our habitual everyday Guardian and awaken
    • dream into everyday reality, we can also awaken out of everyday
    • the everyday world — where we are from morning until
    • awakens out of this ordinary everyday life to a higher state
    • and, from this, everyday life likewise appears as though out of dreams.
    • however, does not belong to present-day man. Indeed,
    • clearly to the eternal essence of man. This suggests, however,
    • something that was never in earthly life, to something that is
    • impressions. However, through this second process the higher
    • precisely how to practice every forward step of the soul, just
    • rather that everything comes out of us.
    • the human being, yet everything appears from within us.
    • it is the correct reverse image. And whoever simply makes this
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  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture I: The Significance of Supersensible Knowledge Today
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    • interest for everyone. Each lecture will be self-contained,
    • undermine its reputation. However, today we are concerned
    • to understand every religion and spiritual aspiration. Every
    • deepened. While every civilization has within it fully
    • and it helped to develop love and humanness. However, what is
    • after death when a person has laid aside the body. Every
    • possessing knowledge that reaches beyond everyday affairs to
    • everyday affairs.
    • light on life's riddles and burning questions. However, those
    • where religious influence extends even to trivial everyday
    • them. But everyone is required to understand the impulses of
    • ever endured without a religious foundation. Let someone
    • happening everywhere. One must be an ostrich with one's head
    • never reach the status of a world view. “When
    • whatever of spiritual laws. If religious worship is traced
    • never have come into existence had they not originated from
    • harmony and joy. Whenever people have felt inwardly happy and
    • arises about religion. However, even if the invigorating
    • and it is accessible to everyone. The very first requirement,
    • however, is the ability to rise above the usual way of
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  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture II: Blood is a Very Special Fluid
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    • go into what every commentator has said about this particular
    • research. This at first seems very surprising. However, as
    • spiritual scientific methods. Whatever legends have to say
    • in cultural life. However, our discussion will not be from a
    • What everyone
    • research confirms that everything that surrounds us in the
    • life. However, when ideas behind words seem to have no
    • always spiritual science that is at fault. However, those
    • being. In fact, behind the physical body there are several
    • scientist adopts, as it were, the attitude that whatever
    • exist. This is just about as clever as a blind person saying
    • which it applies. To me, everyone else is a
    • “you,” and I am a “you” to everyone
    • can never enter the soul through the external senses, what
    • However, it can still be experienced, if through certain
    • from a certain line of ancestors. Everything inherited comes
    • perception is nevertheless clearer than that of ordinary
    • built including everything inherited from ancestors. Just as
    • Everything in
    • blood. Everything a person experiences through the senses is
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    • itself, and the sorrow it caused. However, not muck later
    • bound up with suffering. However, we also find in the Old
    • one–not however with what inspires comedy — that
    • himself, allowing his soul to become ever more encompassing.
    • But what is it that individuals attain through this ever
    • existence. However, the spiritual investigator also sees
    • Where does spirit come from? That can never be the question,
    • again. Spirit has flowed into everything that surrounds us as
    • matter. Everything material is solidified spirit. Just as we
    • discovered many points of reference in this field. However,
    • Not every form
    • it awake to consciousness. To be aware of life that at every
    • everywhere in the external world.
    • Wherever the element of life meets the external world, a
    • expression of suffering and pain is to be seen everywhere on
    • Everything is seen in a new light and on a higher level. But
    • evolution. However, it must be born in mind that as far as a
    • feeling and willing must be severed from one another. The
    • and willing is severed, the initiate can see someone
    • ourselves to whatever extent for the sake of another. Like
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    • increasingly flow into everyday life; we are at the beginning
    • individuals called the “initiates.” In every age
    • higher development in no way neglect worldly, everyday
    • a fundamental and significant law: Whenever beings reach a
    • However, it
    • ever happens twice. Never before has there been an existence
    • only evolve and reach perfection through conflict. However,
    • Lucifer, human self-consciousness would never have become
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    • solve not only spiritual but also everyday practical
    • It belongs to everyday life and must be of interest to
    • everyone. Knowledge of human nature and problems of education
    • out of water. We must therefore regard everything that
    • slumber in every human being, there is nothing fantastic
    • it is in continuous movement, mirroring every shade of
    • divine spark. The designations of everything else we share
    • already in the embryo. However, humans are not isolated
    • child's physical body before it is born. However, just as the
    • with everything that affects the physical body. This
    • true of the child before the change of teeth. Everything is
    • imitated during this time, and as whatever enters the child
    • have no effect whatever. But of the greatest significance is
    • parents do every day.
    • light even on details of what should be done. Everything the
    • towards illness. Everything that surrounds the child should
    • far better. Every child will see such a homemade doll as a
    • However, if from early on this instinct is disregarded, it
    • the educator must bring to bear everything that will further
    • the development of the ether body. However, the teacher must
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    • must obviously concern everyone, for illness and death enters
    • death is a riddle that no one ever has, or ever will solve.
    • theory. Every living being, at all levels including that of
    • and consequently egoism would never be able to inhabit an
    • sometimes to the opposite. However, the modification must not
    • forever brings forth new life, the old must die to provide
    • death. However, it must first be made clear that, unlike
    • easy manner; it cannot treat every subject alike. Today's
    • wholly through the physical principle. However, to them must
    • out its work. After puberty, every human being has available
    • also of everything that can be termed fortitude and
    • everything the ether body can give is exhausted, the astral
    • more light an that of death. Every illness destroys life to
    • natural world. With every breath, sound, light, and morsel of
    • every human organ. If we could extract an essence of the
    • being from the materials of nature. Basically, everything
    • organism? Whatever is introduced into the human organism acts
    • through the process indicated. However, as human beings are
    • Whoever ponders
    • said: “Everything in nature is life; she only invented
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    • developing through soul and spirit to ever higher levels. The
    • child's respect and reverence must be without reservation, so
    • As every age
    • truth that: “Everything transient is but a
    • permeate every subject that is taught. The child will not
    • immediately grasp everything it is capable of absorbing; this
    • is true of everyone. Jean Paul made the remark that one
    • of the Universe contains religion. No theory can ever
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VIII: Insanity in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • purified parts become ever larger. The “I” also
    • However, only
    • everything within the astral body that still clings to earthy
    • Everything material is a condensed spirit just as ice is
    • an organism without life. Second, we have everything
    • Everything
    • outside. However, this is something that holds true also for
    • logical reasoning; such methods have no effect whatever.
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    • cosmos. Nevertheless, the higher forces it bestows often are
    • However, a
    • live it every hour of the day, and calmly be able to wait. In
    • whose imprint in the physical is everywhere in evidence.
    • spirit, and you absorb health-giving forces! Not, however, in
    • enter with patience and love into every being, every event.
    • it has no connection with the physical. Wherever we find
    • events around us every day.
    • at the conceptual stage, he would never have discovered the
    • as shadow is to reality; however, it can be transformed and
    • Every plant spoke to him, revealing the wisdom inherent in
    • wisdom of a certain kind; their instincts are wise. However,
    • Every human being has his own
    • search, select and experiment. However, they have the
    • attained such wisdom; he approached every plant, every
    • however, go further; he will transform such knowledge into
    • used in electrical machinery. Everyone thought the gadget
    • pill regularly every evening and enjoyed sound sleep. One
    • occur every so often, for example during sleep; then the
    • who said that eternal ideas are behind everything. The
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  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture X: Stages in Man's Development in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • everyday self, nor expect to find the sum total of all
    • would not perceive light; it is, however, equally certain
    • are created by the light for the light.” However, the
    • an organ, a tool; and self-knowledge becomes ever greater the
    • At every moment it prevents the chemical combinations from
    • general world ether. However, something of the ether body
    • must realize that everything a person has experienced as
    • spiritual world where everything the “I” has
    • they provide is the tool with which to express them. However,
    • rise to the mistaken view that everything is inherited.
    • Everything as
    • destination ever more clearly, the working of these laws must
    • the greatest importance that everything in the environment of
    • example. At this age the child Imitates everything that goes
    • at every age. Thus, we must be clear that as the physical
    • the embodiment of everything contained in maxims and
    • deepest reverence and respect is of great significance for
    • Everything we bring the child must be pictorial and imbued
    • years. However, these time limits must not be taken too
    • body becomes ever denser; if up till now the person has been
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    • to verify whether anything serious or rational ever existed
    • However, these
    • However,
    • Everything published, written or printed is nothing but
    • faculties slumbering in every human soul are awakened. These
    • Cannot be wrenched from her with levers, screws or
    • secrets: not, however, through the soul's ordinary faculties,
    • embarked upon by anyone without any danger whatever. A
    • people. However, to the extent that modern humanity is able,
    • human beings ever lived or live, once they reach the highest
    • recognized by outsiders. Never to let it be known that one is
    • he rather strives wherever possible to improve aspects of the
    • prevailing culture, while never losing sight of the much
    • attained from one day to the next. However, one can at least
    • patience, energy and perseverance are required.
    • thing, however, is the same in all three worlds — in the
    • However, what
    • However, it is the height of arrogance to maintain that
    • closed circles. However, what has been released in recent
    • Rosicrucianism cannot be attained. However, a study of the
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    • never spoke, or even hinted at, some of the things that will
    • of the laws, however, it nevertheless grows and develops.
    • everywhere we find primordial cultures where art and science
    • are not separated. However, this is a past that is beyond the
    • everywhere. They depicted how primordial divine beings
    • everything that surrounded us, and it finally celebrated a
    • the archetypal drama. With reverence and awe the
    • However, at that time one received, in the form of pictures,
    • sphere of art; he wanted to pour into every soul the impulse
    • say or do to another. However, once there is awareness of a
    • However, its author, and anyone who recognizes its mystical
    • onwards to ever greater heights and more perfect stages of
    • to ever greater perfection. He becomes entangled in matter
    • what can be physically seen and heard. Whatever deeper
    • that higher entity that rises above the everyday. He felt
    • also speaks when showing that everything in the world
    • individuality, and with it egoism, assert itself. However,
    • wandered eastwards, their dull consciousness grew ever more
    • as regards descent, and it would be regarded as irreverent to
    • Victor was never performed, but the idea it embodied was
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    • today is known to every educated person. From the spiritual
    • A modern person, however great his faith, can have no notion
    • records were inspired. Consequently, every word in the Bible
    • questions, and they fastened onto every word, for it was
    • However, we
    • stupid people ever handled the Bible. Perhaps it could be
    • did these documents come to be appreciated. Reverence for the
    • in particular spoke with the deepest reverence about the
    • we encounter the same reverent approach to the biblical
    • that is all about him. However, for that to come about
    • expressed by saying: Do not ever stand still. Human beings
    • happen. It means never to lose sight of the fact that not
    • inferior levels, but also that at every moment they can
    • today, then we do not evolve. We must never lose sight of the
    • seed that has already become a plant. If we never forget that
    • observation, however, led natural science to regard human
    • practically everything he wrote. However, those who recognize
    • However, the
    • developing to ever greater perfection forces that are
    • inherent in every human soul. The difference between the
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    • nevertheless one can well sense how diverse the tasks are which the
    • through the hectic every-day life they are often spoiled, or grasped
    • have climbed to ever higher stages of knowledge, worldwide and
    • However, as this emerged from the catacombs into the outer world, the
    • things. With every futile attempt the conditions and relations become
    • related to previous actions – which however does not exclude
    • present is this: one was always convinced that opinions were never
    • societies; whatever a person might think, in the moment he uttered
    • can only be done, however, if we turn
    • these already exist – several of the proven personalities from
    • everything personal.
    • nature and all history, but everything done in the world, all human
    • consciousness that what is therewith preserved is everything which
    • never be possible – for everything is to be in continual
    • stream, a living becoming, and everything that is said about it will
    • be like a living tree. Never should what it is to become be
    • I say nothing. Whoever uses in this way this or that word in order to
    • – a spiritually ideal counterbalance to everything connected to
    • basis for everything we do. It will be impossible to confound this
    • Wherever we may be, the spiritual moment
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    • thinking out of the life of logic to vision. In vision, however, thought
    • Whoever follows him in the spirit may find a religiously Intimate knowledge
    • controlled everything economic, there took form an independent economic
    • possible to carry on business with everyone. With reference to this, there
    • everywhere “proofs”. Everywhere he strives to reach the content
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    • first stages were never recorded in writing. During the
    • epochs was not so severed from the life of feeling and from the
    • religious feeling was connected with every one of his
    • asleep. The ancient Oriental thus discovered within him every
    • those ancient times, everything that led to man behaving
    • have often mentioned that now people imagine that everything
    • Egyptians may not have been as clever as he is, but that
    • Now, however, a time came — speaking generally, in the
    • thoughts. Nevertheless he cannot form them out of the blue, and
    • whenever he looks within his own being and beholds his
    • To-day, however, there is still an inner belief in ghosts. Just
    • however, appear to be just as spectral as the ancient ghosts,
    • is a believer in ghosts, but they are the ghostly spectres
    • However, there is a divine-spiritual activity at work in man
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    • The Buddhi or Life-Spirit soared above every human being — it
    • every human being was surrounded by Buddhi, but it remained
    • Spirit of the Earth, and the Earth is His Body. Everything that
    • grows upon the earth is Christ. He lives in every seed, in
    • every tree, all that grows upon the earth. That is why Christ
    • the true Light that lighteth every man was to come into the
    • Every initiate experienced this in the Mysteries of the heart.
    • upon Jesus' heart. This means that all the lower forces, every
    • had to flow. A special meaning is attached to this. Wherever
    • events could take place which could never have taken place
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    • evergreen foliage throughout the winter. The sun unfolds its
    • eyes of our “clever” modern people appear as
    • lie at the foundation of everything physical, of the solid
    • an-organic earth, upon everything which constitutes the
    • earth's mineral kingdom; let us look upon everything
    • lifeless substances appear devoid of life. But in every
    • however, we shall not consider its different stages in the same
    • deep, sacred feeling of reverence for the secret of the
  • Title: Spiritual Relations in the Configuration of the Human Organism: Lecture I
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    • when we are seeing, the physical eye, (diagram, bright) but everything
    • water. Nevertheless, he has firm parts in himself. These solid parts
    • so: everything we see, wants to make us into a statue in a certain fine
    • marvelous memory. Like an automaton, you can always repeat everything
    • up inwardly and outwardly in the late twenties. Everything that comes
    • great importance for life. It means, for example, that everything we
    • enters into every single organ.
    • for every organism between four and one. One can always say: according
    • Of course, it never is exactly one to four, but there are all kinds
    • every human individuality a certain relationship exists. If that is
    • I would like to say:: every current of the astral force seizes always
    • everything proceeds then under the influence of metabolic-man.
    • say if you might look once at the wooden carved group; here everything
    • all that is luciferic, everything is worked towards the fast
    • rhythms which makes everything round, because it runs off faster and
    • therefore rounds off everything; it does not make things rigid, but
  • Title: Spiritual Relations in the Configuration of the Human Organism: Lecture II
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    • how everything which can be comprehended about man can serve as a basis
    • never could become through outer proceedings what they become inside
    • the most different ways inside chemical laboratories — but never
    • First every trace of life
    • exterior way inside a laboratory. But everything that gets into our
    • the ether body. Now an activity has to be developed that everything
    • over the whole organism and radiates everywhere, so that this' astral
    • be engaged. Everything we have in our organism must be occupied by the
    • one can also verify this anatomically in every part — conducts
    • not be engaged. In reality, the reverse is the case: if the astral body
    • is stimulated too strongly, so that really everything that is working
    • way here. Every substance has a specific way of spreading in the human
    • the kidneys, and become active only there. So every substance has its
    • find that everywhere, if you look it up. That is not very surprising.
    • activity that is spiritual, but become “spleeny”. In reverse,
    • find everywhere in the things of the world traces of divine creation.
    • particular the Parsifal motif, are permeated by it and everything strives
    • science. But this never attains to a real understanding of man.
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    • several earlier contemplations, that I do not like the phrase: “We
    • live in a time of transition”, because every age is a time of
    • think today, is nevertheless true. Only we must understand matters in
    • this or that direction, that he simple was not healthy. However, one
    • a somewhat different type at that time, but one can nevertheless speak
    • people--mostly spent all their life at the same place. Nevertheless
    • these are related to other factors, too — an illness can never
    • physicians, when one regarded every digestion as a partial process of
    • what we again must have in mind regarding the dark age. Everything has
    • heart (orange). There too such an exchange takes place in every human
    • That varies for the individual — every person is an individuality
    • the world and cosmos. This is what we are confronted with: every thing
    • the right way that everything should be grasped in movement. (diagram
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture I: The Past Shows Us a Picture of Necessity
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    • overshadowing the peoples of Europe and reverberating in their
    • divine guidance is at work everywhere. And if we look at
    • everything was inevitable and could not have happened
    • fate that fills the whole world just because everything is
    • and logical a way as possible, that everything that
    • they are exactly half of all the numbers together because every
    • yet, as every other number would have to be crossed out on the
    • know, at a place where people are attacking us rather severely
    • pastor — at times makes us aware that wherever we look we
    • view accordingly. However, the world of the senses cannot
    • in between them, we shall never get to the bottom of the
    • clever philosopher, Thrandorff, wrote a very nice article
    • they searched everywhere for people who could put it in order
    • into such disorder that nobody could ever put it right
    • everyday occurrences. Let us suppose that three or four people
    • never have been hit by it?
    • Here in the midst of everyday life you have this question
    • if everything is subject to absolute necessity, we cannot
    • Some of you, however, may not yet have asked yourselves
    • senses, we have no idea that wherever we look there are
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    • however, is negligent and delays the departure by five minutes.
    • gave the clock such a jolt that it could actually never be put
    • necessity. Ever since the fifteenth century people have
    • Namely, every time the clock was about to strike, Death began
    • something unusual. Whenever the clock was about to strike, the
    • greatest inclination to ask about everything, “What was
    • where we have to have the consequences in mind. However, here
    • looks as though every event follows naturally from the
    • effect. On the other hand, however, we can receive direct
    • However, a certain German was particularly annoyed that Madame
    • Martin. Everyman's Library, (London: Dent, 1971).
    • was signed that Faust was possessed by a devil. We, however,
    • served up as sweetmeats and revered as relics. If this was Herr
    • mellitus of lame verses never afflicts a good poet. ... If
    • his seducer does not need magic; everything he does any
    • However, I am less concerned about that than about the fact
    • never occurs to them to ask why they do this. They do it
    • sympathy and antipathy our judgments would never be other than
    • objectivity of judgment. Does this mean they are bad, however,
    • certain way Lucifer is in every expression of sympathy
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    • will of course apply to every possible level of life. So let us
    • everything I did wrong. I have arranged the new schedule
    • said, one never really knew what would happen the following
    • teacher never told me anything except ‘I must first see what
    • Everything is in the realm of uncertainty. How can you
    • everything remains vague,” said the school inspector, to
    • teacher, however, were people of considerable importance, who
    • looked with complacent satisfaction at everything he had done
    • schoolwork in four weeks time, and I have every confidence in
    • these lectures on freedom and necessity. However, as this
    • that this principle applies to every process in the world. For
    • like that.” But if we apply this to every process, we
    • man is being pulled. The man is being taken wherever the horse
    • say the horse pulls the driver wherever it wants and overlook
    • saying the man is going where the horse takes him. However, if
    • right link in the chain, we shall never find it, for after all
    • fashion of looking at his heredity, and so on. However, let us
    • everywhere is the thread of necessity. For it would be biased
    • to say that every human action is a product of freedom. Let me
    • out into the country every morning with the mail and deliver
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    • consciousness regarding everything to do with our flying and
    • Consciousness of everything a person does out of
    • However, we are not always so obviously conscious of things,
    • not every deed we have done is an unsuccessful one; there can
    • forms of bad deeds. The bad deed as such is never really
    • be dulled at the time the bad deed was done. Whenever anyone
    • spiritual world. However, that does not exclude the utmost
    • anyone imagines that his freedom could ever be
    • that everybody rejects him and his poem written in a
    • bound to arouse everyone's resistance, which would express
    • time when there is an empty space. Whoever has the kind of
    • not in the case of angels. Their intention is everything.
    • consciousness, their will, everything depends on the
    • hand to descend to the unconsciousness of animals. Whenever a
    • animality in human beings. On the other hand, however, we also
    • that he should never give any punishment at all. He knows how
    • this way, but will leave everything in life's hands. You will
    • entirely to itself. Whenever the etheric body is enmeshed
    • in necessity, everything a person does on the physical plane is
    • free to get up and go to bed whenever we want to. People get up
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  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture V: The "I" is Found on the Physical Plane in Acts of Will
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    • observe it externally with our senses, and everyone else
    • “I” to you, you would never come to the conclusion
    • I. The I as such is never named from outside. Yet
    • to it by saying “I.” Nevertheless, it remains
    • “However much you prove to us that the I
    • will. Everything else underlying the physical body cannot
    • body only. Everything underlying the physical body is a mystery
    • everyday phenomenon. People did not first have to
    • has a sitter to copy, and is duty bound to copy everything that
    • having everything drummed into them, at being spoon-fed, and
    • human being and everything else in the world. People will
    • impulses once again. However, they will have to take hold of
    • philosophized cleverly in the modern way such as the
    • I. It does not want to grasp reality, however, but only
    • this point, however, we encounter a hypothesis that used to be
    • that although he drew the conclusions, he nevertheless still
    • must live in the I. Everything that leads to the will
    • Obviously, everything appealing to the will would have to
    • who pay least attention to whether everybody has conscious hold
    • This way of thinking is completely wrong. You will never win
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    • however, it will appear that this connection does none the
    • appear again on the earthly stage. Whatever links with the
    • however, this practical sense should be most active in
    • these things can be cultivated (however strange that may
    • Whoever is in
    • of the languages used. The dead never understand if one
    • everything as I myself do when I use my left hand”; no
    • resounds formatively in speech. Everything no longer
    • modern speech—everything that does not produce a
    • go. Then everything passes into verb form, or at least passes
    • into abstractions because at present wherever the social
    • behind every noun and make it a practice not always to speak
    • speaking of it for the most part, everything significant is
    • wants to avoid the materialistic thinks that he must for ever
    • time, however, the fifth post-Atlantean age of civilization,
    • everything that his elders do, of doing everything through
    • longer see as in the child, how whatever is in him is acting
    • in every way possible to show how, for example, mankind
    • everything as far into oneself as possible. This is how the
    • and everything that happened in relation to it that makes a
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    • behind the social movement. On the other hand, however, these
    • culture, that spiritual culture which everywhere works
    • remark how much the man of every sphere of culture when he is
    • century. Whoever follows attentively the literature of that
    • justification acquired many languages, or at least several,
    • up to a certain point. This acquisition of several languages
    • Nowadays he who has acquired several languages becomes a
    • actually far more inward than man's ordinary, everyday
    • Everything that goes on between men as men comes into
    • dreadfully impudent writing, as language would never have
    • we do not know, we can buy anything, do everything possible.
    • rights — in the economic life everything that language
    • a brotherly way, or whether we enviously gobble up everything
    • whereas we Europeans actually feel that every possible thing
    • however essential if Intuition is again to play a part in
    • relation to everything that gives them such a relation to the
    • when everyone in the old Persian civilization felt when he
    • food light was also eaten — everyone felt how much
    • however, there are those who struggle against it, who
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture I: The Difference Between Man and Animal
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    • of much that both deserves and needs to be improved?” What, however,
    • that should arise in our time is nevertheless extraordinary. This rejection
    • For us here, however, the first part of what I read out must be of special
    • At the same time, however, we may not forget that just those men who,
    • barrel. This is the reverse of what is able to lead men to a sound attitude
    • of concepts, shown by the people who lack training is never to be found
    • who makes his Catholicism evident on every opportunity, takes a much
    • Whoever an this point keeps
    • whether Jesus ever lived, when at that time a great gathering took place
    • in Berlin about the problem “Did Jesus ever Live?” the Catholic
    • Revision of Logics and I think he must have been writing it ever since,
    • for in the meantime I have never come across this Revision of Logic.
    • however, was made by the investigator of ants, the Catholic Wasmann, who
    • The curious thing is, however, that the abstract concept is not lacking
    • does have, strange as it may seem. It is true every animal has only
    • a limited sphere but in this sphere it has this kind of concept, however
    • animal, however, has no capacity for distinguishing with precision one
    • concepts which, however, the dog doesn't have; and so on. Yet it is
    • a high degree. It is not the same however, with external perception;
    • which nevertheless
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    • Just at present we live at a time in which everyone wishing to take
    • is indeed the view that in everything spread out in Nature, spread out
    • Pantheism that is forever talking of how behind the outspread world
    • nature. Whoever can think in accordance with reality will be unable
    • Science, as this would come from a modern believer.
    • all the Church Fathers and every exponent of Church doctrine—the
    • supersensible world. That, however, is heresy, that should never be
    • to the dictates of the Church. What may be striven for, however, is
    • has nevertheless the effect—so says the Roman Catholic Church
    • accordance with God. He may also notice, however, if in other things
    • is difficult. This, however, may not be striven for in such a way that
    • the doctrines of the Church Fathers; I should like, however, to draw
    • have these words if it is said further that the human soul is never
    • the path of individual knowledge should be barred to the mere believers
    • power in movement, mystic vision had to be recommended. Today everyone
    • then had. There are other contributing factors. whoever looks today
    • however, of those who say things such as: “One dare not set out
    • of every man today. In the age of the consciousness soul it is an absolute
    • For, externally, existence becomes ever more like a mask, and elmsys
    • passing will be suppressed. What is suppressed, however, what is not
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture III: Clairvoyant Vision Looks at Mineral, Plant, Animal, Man
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    • Atlantean times, however, he had only intimations of what he was supposed
    • throughout the old Indian end old Persian development, and so on, ever
    • noticeable; now they appear in his being noticeably, nevertheless there
    • however, from these theories of knowledge. And what in schoolmaster
    • who has conceptions. When, however, he puts this faculty for conceiving,
    • never be able to stand firm, I should have to sink down; and as I do
    • most everyday relation to the world is as complicated as this. It is
    • that are easy to detect. It will have to be part of our everyday conceptions
    • nature which can be put thoughts. Goethe never looked for laws of nature,
    • actually belong there and are not there. Everything goes to show that
    • and death are never finished, never actually bring to completion the
    • ever nearer the cosmic midnight, described in my mystery play, (see
    • we are never really surprised about the mineral and plant kingdoms because
    • however, when we know that a beginning has been made with this outer
    • the way I have previously indicated. If no will plays in however—and
    • on botany, in everything connected with Physiology, Geology end so forth,
    • will, than this raging will become ever greater and greater in the world;
    • of Golgotha took place in earthly life, up to that time, everything
    • a different way from what he now sleeps, whatever the physiologists
    • this has become so noticeable; and it will become ever more noticeable
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  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 4: Human Qualities Which Oppose Antroposophy
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    • everyone may have all that the investigating Anthroposophist receives
    • into such things however were already saying what is right concerning
    • always emphasised, however, that sound human understanding may not be
    • to sleep and waking up again: (Compare Z-233) we do not know it, however,
    • Man, however, during his ordinary state on earth is protected from the
    • as anyone who enters the spiritual world. Certain individuals, however,
    • You will find everywhere the spiritual world is spoken of seriously—not
    • experiences. And you know how often I have said that whoever in life
    • from my pain, my knowledge comes from my suffering. Everyone who has
    • will be experienced in the spiritual world; nevertheless it is clear
    • everywhere in the external physical world they have analogies through
    • of the spiritual world are incomprehensible; we must, however, make
    • Now, however, while discussing
    • applying their thought, is however to bring order into the social structure
    • future, will never find their solution through what may be referred
    • the spiritual life. They deny it or give laws to everything they can
    • observe through the physical senses, everything that allows of investigation
    • is revealed every time there is real deep observation of nature, namely.
    • of another man. When this goes to sleep, however, it does not cease
    • together. The moment a man enters the spiritual world, however, what
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  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 5: Paganism, Hebraism, and the Greek Spirit, Hellenism
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    • of the Mystery of Golgotha. And it may be said: whoever in his whole
    • Golgotha as a reality at the very time when every other method of mankind,
    • One who ever trod the earth was put to death through the guilt of man.
    • is logic meant for? Logic is meant to do away with contradictions wherever
    • they are found. Logic today however does not yet know what it is doing
    • to grasp the divine spiritual. But everywhere we see man as a heathen
    • human race. For however hard it is sought to recognise from nature the
    • Naturally everything is
    • however, the deeply tragic underlying tone, which might be said to ring
    • contemplation of what presents itself to the human gaze, to everything
    • existence. A believer in the Old Testament must look upon the Jahve-God
    • divine. Both of these, however, had reached their highest point of development.
    • impulse, however, could not arise out of what it was possible up to
    • was received in lofty spirituality, nevertheless in the south received
    • Jesus. Then the impulse spread itself out over the southern lands; everywhere
    • not, it is true, enter every individual man—they were no Jesuses—but
    • was, however, very backward among the northern barbarians. It was awaiting
    • being of the spirit itself. Whoever really knows in Plato on whet heights
    • Everything is nature. We
    • Lily, take everything about the re-birth of man expressed in this
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 6: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation
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    • life on earth, in spite of severe illness that made it hard for her
    • by her in friendship and devotion, have shown in every case of this
    • and will use every moment possible to be together in spirit with one
    • a Christianity up to now. During the whole of the future, ever more
    • forth in an ever clearer and richer stream for men. For this very reason
    • this instinctive nature would never have been able to find their way
    • into a knowledge that is nevertheless necessary for man's good, for
    • that may be called the truths of salvation. This instruction, however,
    • the Mystery of Golgotha. Those who were His intimates knew, however,
    • the Mystery of Golgotha. But he must give himself a shake for nevertheless
    • There must be ever more
    • the folk souls of these tribes. Yesterday, however, we had to emphasise
    • should not forget that whoever turns his gaze without prejudice to these
    • nullify, even where soul and spirit are in question, everything existing
    • the various districts in Austria. Whoever observes here all that refers
    • culture, I was permitted to comment upon, whoever does this may say
    • At the basis of this Magyar culture, however, though perhaps not in
    • by the Latin wave. And through a tragic chain of events, having, however,
    • of everywhere, even in the American countries, as though people had
    • Europe. (see Z 269.) If everything is fulfilled, even if only part is
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    • Whoever has worked for many years within these circles, or are
    • worse could be said about them. However, with the passing time
    • world view comes ever closer, and the world of feeling makes it
    • are taken in. Whatever one can call proof of spiritual
    • astral body, that they are perceptible to whoever has opened
    • astral image world. Naturally everything that enfolds there
    • misty, changing in every blink of the eye. They are nothing
    • there on the astral plane. However these light bodies show not
    • beings, because we never consider spatially separate beings as
    • we will never consider separate bodies in the physical world as
    • However, when we die, after the end of our physical life, we
    • Whoever has had experiences on the astral plane and is able to
    • everything from these images. I have already mentioned that
    • the case. Also already in physical life, actually in every part
    • from the northern hemisphere towards the equator. Whoever
    • clairvoyant consciousness however, sees the group soul, the
    • space for everything, because there beings interpenetrate;
    • physical plane. However, there we feel influences, good
    • However, this is only a part of the astral inhabitants, surely
    • separated but belongs together, so that we, for every animal
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  • Title: Goethe's Relationship to his 'Faust'
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    • decade, return to and find within it ever again, something new.
    • This ever fresh insight may bring about the belief that we can
    • benefit fundamentally ever more from the work than had been
    • literature — however, with Goethe's “Faust”
    • one has the impression, that ever new experiences of
    • Discoveries made by delving ever deeper into Goethe's
    • life ever anew, because through the observation of Goethe's
    • four faculties, gropes towards magic, and so forth. However,
    • quite unique form, the world riddle. What is this, however?
    • that everything within imagination — acquired through
    • the form of conceptual knowledge. By this is meant: whoever has
    • thus, through this idea, express everything which has been thus
    • know however, what lives in the soul and is revealed from the
    • revelation. In this moment however we discover the danger which
    • accompanies every approach to knowledge. This danger within the
    • than what resides in Wagner's soul. Whoever explores the
    • didn't desire world knowledge. He believed everything can be
    • With world knowledge it is thus: trying to penetrate ever more
    • to penetrate ever more into what is offered in a spiritual
    • Maya) ever accompanying us in life, insofar as it forces itself
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  • Title: What is Self-knowledge?
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    • the most ordinary, everyday self-knowledge and rise up to this
    • brooding of the everyday “I,” an awareness of
    • portray in future. In this way a person will never rise above
    • Everything undertaken with reference to soul development as an
    • advancement on your life path, is good; everything which holds
    • your inner soul everything which is caused from the
    • can see how we rose from this background. However, everything
    • organises everything, until he gets news that he needs to take
    • There is one thing which helps us align ourselves ever more in
    • It is that which we bring ever more into our karma. We must
    • possible. Everything that is offered in anthroposophy allows us
    • research the supersensible regions ourselves; however,
    • insight can become everything without having to make
    • spiritual science learning can't be spared and whoever is on
    • sun, just so everyone strives for world knowledge, towards a
    • continuously in a state of self-contemplation in our everyday
    • open to argument. Whoever wants to present reasons may do so.
    • surely everyone will say, for me relevance is in knowledge of
    • through world-knowledge! Thus self-knowledge goes ever further
    • ever lighter, so through actual knowledge of cosmic
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  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture I: The Goetheanum
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    • The relation between them is to be an inner one. Every detail connected
    • with the housing of our activities, every detail of form and figure
    • actually brought this state of things about? You see, in everything
    • world. We must never lose sight of the fact that one of the essential
    • of artistic representation, but never identifies itself with them. Indeed,
    • artistically had an actual fear of every kind of philosophy, for it
    • life. But man as man, 0r man as a community, can never be understood
    • our civilised life will never be raised until men's hearts are once
    • Then, however, we had to think the whole thought of the Building as
    • and intellectual, from everything merely mechanical and mathematical,
    • so on. And this must be so in every single form in this organically
    • In every line and surface you can see that they all proceed from the
    • that everything shall absolutely and truthfully express what it actually
    • is. This can never be the case in symbolism, which always contains something
    • principal entrance. Of course, you must bear in mind that whatever you
    • of support or of burden in evidence, but everywhere the principle of
    • you that certain things were indispensable to the building. Whenever
    • The whole Building has but one axis of symmetry and everything is arranged
    • by one who is able to look away from everything merely intellectual,
    • only feeling one has. But here in every surface and line should he expressed
  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture II: Bau Lecture II
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    • the chief thing about this Building is that everything is felt to be
    • of the organism. You can see that everything that is included within
    • walls in which something arbitrary here and there is placed. No, everything
    • the way in which the motive of every pillar develops out of the one
    • in a developing metamorphosis, every succeeding form springing after
    • of the form that has gone before. Whenever you see a curve or a turn
    • of complexity. That is however not the case. A wholly false idea of
    • trend is reversed. and turns again towards the simple.
    • realise as most important in every sense of the word. If one is to try
    • and conceptions of an intellectual kind one will never grasp nature
    • conception of the forces of growth. These must ever be comprehended
    • that which transcends everyday consciousness — what I may call
    • the super-consciousness, but which never descends to sub-consciousness.
    • dear friends, stands the everyday consciousness. For example while a
    • sinking from every-day consciousness into dreams we cannot sufficiently
    • strive to climb out of the everyday consciousness to the more clear,
    • we are following our everyday concerns, cooking or tending machines
    • the moment we follow with the eye every turn, every curve — where
    • how one grows out of the other, how everything lives and interweaves,
    • We see that everything
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  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture III: Lecture 3
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    • position, and everyone will be in this position who wishes to present
    • of view is actually felt — even then of course everything is only
    • of the world to come extent, there is a reversed order, as compared
    • of the Building there must be a reversed relationship.
    • evolved ever more a sort of philosophy of death, which is no longer
    • fearful; to have experienced that impulse which in every effort for
    • whatever with which to meet the question: What does that mean? —
    • the artist will turn away from everything naturalistic, from all copying,
    • and everything depends on the understanding of the fact that the initiation
    • an attempt has been made to bring everything out of the colour.
    • create and work in such a way in the universe that always whatever the
    • to a certain extent in every Russian to-day. every such Russian has
    • upper hand physiologically in the human being, where feverish phenomena
    • exact opposite. In every shape, in every line you will see the exact
    • on the wall is only imperfectly executed, but every beginning must be
    • been made to find the true Representative of, Humanity by every means
    • which we have dared to portray. This asymmetry is present in every human
    • never wished to be; this sectarianism only strives after a certain spiritual
    • into, their hearts and affect them deeply; whilst everyday things, humdrum
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture I: The Problem of Faust
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    • times. In the age, however, in which lived the historic Faust
    • in every sphere this wisdom had to disappear so that man
    • is affected by the Easter mood. We see at once, however, that
    • Snatched from the fever's burning rage,
    • In every stricken house were found,
    • I never shall begrudge the bird his pinion.”
    • He never
    • A blissful warmth in every limb comes o'er you;
    • we can be sure of this, however, that his inner being has
    • Hearer and ever nearer yet he steals,
    • being inwardly experienced by Faust. And in Goethe's every
    • line, for whoever goes through spiritual development Faust
    • several members of man's being of which we have so often
    • said before, whoever thinks as men think today can hardly
    • mischievous thing. The other is that whenever possible old
    • Its modes of expression, however, continued for a
    • everywhere in the mountains, that is then subjected to a
    • When it is made ready, children of men attacked by severe
    • accepted in the world as a clever man, whereas this does not
    • mankind; for spirit-freedom could never have been attained
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture II: The Romantic Walpurgis-Night
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    • ease on the Brocken. It is obvious, however that the
    • difficulty of understanding can never be overcome unless we
    • has been written on the subject. This I do know, however,
    • the Walpurgis-night; everything in it shows deep
    • sermon and discussed the matter with him. He, however,
    • reverence, that you should come with me at a fixed time next
    • even such a detail is relevant. And every detail is presented
    • can be carried out. No one need think, however, that he can
    • can only see, however, what is fluid in him. He can perceive
    • to some negligence; in these editions there is everywhere
    • dancing, are not assigned to the several characters. Now the
    • learned people have made various distributions that, however,
    • would be perceived were everything solid away. Now enter into
    • everything looks different; for in all probability any
    • everything in the Walpurgis-night is under the guidance of
    • made war upon everything spiritual. A man of that kind is
    • away by the application of leeches; therefore everything is
    • you still there? Well, well! Was ever such a thing?”
    • Yet cannot sweep clean! Was ever such a thing?”
    • recorded everything noteworthy he came across. And there one
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture III: Goethe's Feeling for the Concrete.
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    • however, by living feeling and experience. And for what
    • beyond the ordinary, everyday ego to the absolute ego,
    • knew everything, might sometimes flare up. Fichte often
    • was driven to declare that everyone over 30 should be put to
    • magnitude raging at that time in Jena, and everything going
    • on there was vilified. Kotzebue, a poetaster who nevertheless
    • and the luciferic. And Goethe wished to work everything out
    • from its very depths, and everywhere to show how,
    • of what stood ever before Goethe's soul, namely, the direct
    • conscious of the danger here. However justifiable, however
    • Mephistopheles is in it, through him everything ahrimanic
    • picture I have just given you; however, he represents a
    • of them. — Fundamentally, every genuine refutation,
    • however, are not always seen in the right light.
    • soul's subconscious; he had, however, to reach her with those
    • either alone or perhaps with the help of everywhere latent
    • him everywhere. One can well imagine what happens to the mind
    • that, however, is no knowledge but merely a system out of
    • everything spiritual that approaches man's soul. Therefore
    • from which, however, he grew away. But the devil in
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture IV: Faust and the "Mothers"
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    • “Faust”; this scene, however, is of such a nature
    • moment that the threshold is passed everything is in constant
    • however, by an external cause end not by gradual painstaking
    • spiritual world. And everything said in the book
    • the never-ceasing weaving and living, surging and becoming,
    • ‘Mothers’ with everything that is growing,
    • the human cell. These forces however do not come from the
    • in a very awkward situation. However, he has to do something.
    • for what is nevertheless beyond image, time or space.
    • what is spiritual. Everything physical is a mere picture of
    • Moon, and the Moon is turned round on it The shaft, however,
    • — which however, in certain sense does not change. If
    • the earth, however, must be considered as a whole. The
    • the same time, however, you have one of the passages from
    • has nothing to do with the physical. Goethe, however, wanted
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture V: Faust and the Problem of Evil
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    • conceptions of the several epochs. To-day we shall speak
    • Every such
    • Every epoch
    • say: Every such epoch has a task to solve.
    • post-Atlantean epoch in every conceivable form.
    • recent studies.) That is the peculiarity: Whatever evil
    • clever in every domain, and only wishes to extend his
    • we, however, kill the Imaginative part. You can read of it in a
    • Nevertheless,
    • Helena never became the wife of Paris. His treasures were
    • is confident that he will find the All. Here again, every
    • Helena; nevertheless, what ancient Greece — or her
    • form of ‘Hell.’ However remote the kinship is,
    • thing is clearly indicated at several points in my Mystery
    • particularly clever, stated in 1914 — out of their
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VI: The Helena Saga and the Riddle of Freedom
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    • told to them. In these, however, deep significant truths of
    • which stands behind Helena is in reality worthy of reverence,
    • even as Faust revered her. But with regard to Helena of all
    • a problem that gives men very much to do, and they can never
    • not know, I may even have said it several times) there is a
    • will have to battle. We must however acid another thing which
    • — by cleverness, intelligence.
    • — tllachtpolitik. Is is not so? Wherever the Power is,
    • described. No age was ever so little enlightened about itself
    • its great progress in every kind of human thought. Why, they
    • suppress absolutely everything that resounds from any other
    • being. For in the last resort everything depends on this. To
    • impulses within us. This is the thing that matters. Whatever
    • certain. This preparation, this making-ready, can, however,
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VII: Some Spiritual-Scientific Observations
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    • Since, however, on account of illness, the performance is not
    • Science would certainly never have created these scenes in
    • several beings of the higher hierarchies, as they are made
    • been watching, with ever increasing admiration, the nature
    • Since, however, you were born as a Northerner, you have
    • and he dimly felt that there are many ways, And whoever
    • rationalistic — whoever believes that Goethe was this
    • reality and truth by several paths. Goethe was well
    • arising, however chaotically, however sporadically, of
    • theory of knowledge! But then he never would have become
    • which nevertheless reveal how man, in the weaving of his
    • Nevertheless, man is united with this world, from falling;
    • however, that were formerly physically present, just as now
    • connection with water; not however with water as it is today,
    • of the matter makes everyone acquainted with the reality feel
    • sphere where everything that should be earth was fire, and
    • assail mankind. Everything is surging. But though the whole
    • be understood — however strange this may sound, my dear
    • crude scientific methods, and never come to Spiritual
    • world permeated everywhere by reason; not over the single
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VIII: Spiritual Science Considered with the Classical Walpurgis-Night
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    • those applied by modern science. However far modern science
    • unknowable within the being of man can, in no case, ever be
    • science today can never pronounce judgment on anything beyond
    • sleep-life and the dream-life arising from it. Nevertheless,
    • said yesterday, however, you can gather one thing concerning
    • man would never attain the ego-conscious thinking he is to
    • reflections, they would be every possible thing. In the first
    • monitors. They would speak dreadfully severely to our
    • Spiritual Science brings progress to everyone, even when it
    • progress ever truer reflections, of man's inner experience.
    • wisdom. Everything said by Anaxagoras in this scene, however,
    • which, however, we cannot understand what has to do with the
    • of becoming, however, into the world preceding ours,
    • when a cock crows or a door slams, so everything in the
    • the present can never reach the spiritual at all, but, in
    • relation to Nature out of his subconscious, that never comes
    • sway in the pleasures of the chase; it does so, however, in
    • image of every trinity, and image of Luna, Diana, Hecate, as
    • on Spiritual Science. What, however, is written in a work
    • supersensible — but never the less as something uncanny.
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture IX: Goethe's Life of the Soul from the Standpoint of Spiritual Science
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    • unspiritual standpoint we can naturally never find in
    • greatest interest to every man. I have spoken to you of the
    • understanding. nevertheless, it appears to me of quite
    • conception of physics. That, however, is of no consequence.
    • for dispatch. However, he thought he would First have a quick
    • hypotheses and theories, that never thought out anything
    • nature — never to seek for theories or hypotheses.
    • it would be interesting, however, to set up an acoustics that
    • fast to forms but in ever transforming them. We must have
    • not to represent the earth evolution so that everything is
    • not sound. Even though Goethe himself never arrived at this
    • was to be understood idealistically. He did not, however
    • independent of one another. We must, however, be conscious
    • Spiritual Science was but a premonition, nevertheless his
    • regions where Goethe never actually arrived but for which he
    • regrettable that everything in connection with Goethe is so
    • for everyone able to look right into things neither blames
    • — whatever name you give all this. And Goethe's way of
    • perfectly average man who is clever — nowadays the clever
    • ready to write his biography never take this into
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture X: Faust's Knowledge and Understanding of Himself
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    • Initiate, however, is meant to find there profound secrets of
    • been taken by Thales. This festival, however, contains a
    • impossible for man ever to arrive at a true conception of his
    • however, no result can be expected either today or in the
    • the Greek world in order to tell us that, whatever a man may
    • Homunculus; if, however, he wishes to become a real man, he
    • forces. In olden days, when everyday matters were still
    • externally in picture-form, might equally be one of everyday
    • side, however, these alluring creatures, these voices, are
    • the Moon. Goethe arranges everything to show that here it is
    • never enter human knowledge when we stop short at the
    • everything becomes real. Then we have to come upon those
    • human form, visible to the external eye. Whoever wishes
    • exoteric side of man's becoming related, however, to the
    • one we shall never read the secret of mankind. At the present
    • however, always emphasise that, as regards spiritual
    • to lend to ever greater heights. In Goethe himself we have
    • combat with, Lucifer and Ahriman. I beg of you, however, not
    • desire to label everything with a few concepts. Goethe's
    • mischievous modern habit of pasting concepts everywhere. One
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XI: The Vision of Reality in the Greek Myths
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    • Faust we must never forget, however, that everything
    • comprehension of himself. For Goethe, knowledge was never
    • world, can recognise in himself. Whoever makes use only of
    • physical life, can never gain knowledge and comprehension of
    • man in accordance with Goethe's conception. He will never
    • dwell upon the dramatic an pictorial way in which everything
    • here is put into external form. I will, however, point out
    • Homunculus can never become Homo. Thus Goethe believes in all
    • the inner being of man can never be lit up, for this is only
    • knowledge never knows as much as the seeker who is less
    • never relaxed, nevertheless, for the honest searcher after
    • of the Kabiri Mystery within him, which, however, he could
    • every detail. For Goethe has called up pictures for the very
    • the good side of human criticism. Nereus, however, a kind of
    • dear friends, the modern man of research sees everything
    • pulsing through every process of nature. But we have to be
    • longer perceives this; he will perceive it, however, if he
    • living in Goethe's soul. We shall never go deep into all this
    • exist, however, side by side. Everything that can lead to the
    • After everything ha been tried through majestic Imaginations
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XII: Goetheanism In Place of Homunculism and Mephistophelianism
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    • artist, no other poet, has ever done, in developing an
    • base of all striving for knowledge of every kind of striving
    • pursue the path of thought in this direction, I should never
    • may be said that whoever has never experienced the suffering
    • And whoever strives to avoid disillusionment, and refuses to
    • into a kindly friend who pardons everything if only man turns
    • never correctly represented when shown as a mere monad, but
    • the reverse. Here there is no concentration of life-forces
    • alternate rhythmically in historic evolution. Life never
    • this way you do not arrive at man, you would never come to
    • only on the outside of events can never teach us to realise
    • we in possession of every technical resource, we should put
    • that nevertheless would be no animal but a human abortion;
    • There you have always the Faust of will, who, however is
    • brought about a deed of political significance. Whoever
    • existence, is given us as our physical body. Every evening we
    • go back into the world that we leave at birth; every morning
    • however, we cross the abyss by waking, into air, water and
    • Walpurgis-night. Ultimately, everyone views the universe
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    • exploration of every aspect of the sense world and does not in
    • body. Everything that exists in our surroundings as natural
    • everywhere even though people deceive themselves about this.
    • But in the subconscious these questions are nevertheless
    • can actually be noticed in the depths of every soul, even of
    • and the number of these people will get ever greater.
    • value for knowledge. However, this dream life is immensely
    • Everything which outer life gave to us by way of occurrences
    • However, one must be quite knowledgeable about all the facts
    • however hidden way, of reminiscences of life, then the outer
    • perceptions. Then the inner activity is shadowy. Everyone
    • a shadowy way. Everyone speaks of the shadowy thought compared
    • however must then be really practiced quite systematically.
    • Everything that we have experienced in our existence now stands
    • this other memory picture however, which now stands there in
    • everyone as for instance the results of astronomy. And just as
    • ever more and more people in the present civilisation with its
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    • present line of study, yet nevertheless stands in an inner
    • who became however at specific times an instrument, a mouth
    • Despite that however they could be taught about the higher
    • worlds diminished ever more, and as a result, from the fourth
    • out of their bodies. The largest part of the people however had
    • could it have been with a people where everything sense
    • never practice worship. That only came much later. Certainly
    • appeared in some places. It was easy however for the holy
    • During the Persian cultural epoch however, the students of
    • However, not a finished image, not a portrait should they
    • sensory image. Everything which appeared as sensory pictures or
    • done everything related to your soul striving towards becoming
    • After death however, when they have become sufficiently worthy,
    • astral form. That divinity however, which the Jewish people
    • “I” lives in every person and is the ruler of the
    • prevails over everything that's been and is created. Nothing
    • highest Being. - In the “I am” itself every person
    • leaders, the Initiates. This diminished ever more, the further
    • “I”-Laws into everyday language, in order to really
    • First Commandment: I am the everlasting Divine, which you
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    • worlds or whatever else, to fill our minds with enough science.
    • Theosophy however should be involved with mood or experience.
    • however that teaching, observation and knowledge are
    • arises: When spiritual sciences says that everything in the
    • about these things they come to believe that everything
    • We learn however through knowing that when we look into the
    • in a pasture. Whoever has knowledge about this, feels entire
    • Against these things one should never turn your back: yes, it
    • “I” everywhere? — Certainly, because it is
    • being. So every single plant becomes something which grows out
    • return, that it so to speak expects everything which the earth
    • Christ. Paul didn't become a believer through sharing the life
    • according to the St John's Gospel: “Whoever eats my
    • earth step on the earth with their feet. “Whoever eats my
    • the earthy beings. Now we may en-soul everything, by looking
    • glimpsing the soul and spirit in everything, will we gradually
    • the origin of everything physical, and when the spiritual
    • past, everything gradually developed out of the spiritual. The
    • originate from, which is spreading ever more around us?
    • perceived everything in a different way to later. Today, when
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    • motive, of such a seeker; of one who assuredly would never have
    • minutiae appertaining to natural science, whenever the kingdom
    • of life comes to be considered, the suggestion is ever present
    • When, however, improvements in microscopes made it
    • back, it is true; nevertheless, it reached its apex in the time
    • first place forcibly to eradicate from the human heart every
    • humanity. By this means everything of a spiritual nature became
    • means of help, since these two parts of his being have never
    • when you place matter in a retort everything in it soon begins
    • Everything this art historian has put on record never
    • everyone finds himself who chooses to assert his belief in the
    • acquire it with earnestness, dignity, and perseverance.
    • have every reason to call attention to the great things which
    • originate in a being so circumscribed that his every act is
    • is nevertheless present in the man awake: I allude to the
    • in the sleeping man. As, however, the man of science uses as a
    • unprejudiced manner. Nevertheless, as true as it is that all
    • believers in the
    • super-sensual can be explained to everyone.
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    • Sublunary Sphere. The thoughts are everywhere within this
    • people say (it is only forgotten now that it ever was so):
    • time. It was trying to spread itself ever more and more,
    • never have come to expression in the fullest sense: I mean the
    • Consciousness Soul should evolve, nevertheless it could not
    • and severity, representing it to Europe as the most heretical
    • Nevertheless, if their idea had become dominant in Europe, only
    • Europe were beginning to feel themselves, however
    • must, however, also bear in mind the following. Only the
    • follow up every one of our thoughts with our own human
    • every weapon of sharp incisive thought the doctrine of
    • earthly life. But everything spiritual plays its part between
    • Countless clever thinkers have accepted this as true: ‘I think,
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    • however, realised already in the early months of that year that this
    • because nearly everything, in the domain of the public affairs of
    • Everything is brushed aside by those who have any influence in public
    • the Spirit. However glibly people may talk in these difficult
    • — although that must never be belittled. Such a feeling does in
    • Everything depends upon insight into the Spirit that is lying
    • avail. Once and forever, man has passed into the epoch when he must
    • Modern thought studies everything in the universe beyond the Earth in
    • out of a kind of weak and ever-weakening faith that much prefers to
    • deathlessness and unborn-ness, the true being of man will never
    • selflessness, to the quality that is the very reverse of
    • of Anthroposophy, however, you will realise that what I shall now say
    • systems. The essential form of the head, however, is a copy of the
    • Capricorn, as it is called nowadays. In the true symbol, however,
    • The dying part — which, however, determines the existence of
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    • death. In his earthly development, however, man is so constituted that
    • Angels, it is nevertheless there. This connection extends into our
    • never desires to rise above it, or to acquaint himself with moral
    • forces which enable him to come into contact with his Angel. Whenever
    • into a natural home. If however a man has grown into it the other way
    • folk and our language. The former conditions never come to expression
    • Feeling for internationalism or cosmopolitanism is never stultified by
    • this inner love for a language and people. When, however, a man grows
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    • however, we are unable to work on the child's life of feeling and of
    • cultivate through feeling and will — which is nevertheless
    • times, religion, education, indeed every domain of mental and
    • into play whenever mention is made of the life after death. Life after
    • free from every trace of egotism and moulded accordingly by those
    • principles; concrete, individual conditions prevail everywhere
    • Norway.’ Certainly, God rules the world everywhere, but for the
    • spiritual study the individual conditions must be observed in every
    • consequences and reverberations of those events. People up here in the
    • Everything was compressed into a few short years. Events like those of
    • the North is permeated with the Northern influence. Whatever
    • towards the South East. Everywhere, of course, there are the teachings
    • apparent everywhere and it is a most fascinating study.
    • everywhere deflected. They do not become really active. They cannot
    • obstacles everywhere and takes on a more passive character. The
    • activity everywhere; whereas the influence that makes its way towards
    • greatest theorists of all, for they never get down to realities, they
    • every reason at the present time to think about these things. It is,
    • however paradoxical this may seem, it is indeed so — then you
    • a way that your souls, while you sleep every night, are not
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    • industry, from father to son, ever since the period of the Thirty
    • “Why, Gottlieb, whatever are you thinking of? You are
    • serious attention whatever had been taught him of the contents of
    • meal he had intended to hear the morning sermon. However, he
    • it were from the depth of his soul, as if he felt intimately every
    • And he repeated it in such a way that all felt as if everything
    • Meissen. ... Young Gottlieb, however, felt by no means at home in
    • the mansion, which formed so great a contrast with everything to
    • period forbidden fruit at Schulpforta. However, there was one
    • good clergyman Leberecht Krebel. And whenever he was able to visit his
    • either that, if things were to go on in the same way, he could ever
    • peculiar feelings with which Frau Ott read this epistle. However, the
    • overhear him discussing at Olten, whenever he found any specially
    • acquires a political expression; everything is so conceived that
    • activity or any human endeavour in isolation. For him too every
    • ever unfolding personality. No one who reads Fichte to-day, who approaches
    • the ideas themselves, however excellent these may be.
    • was a post as tutor at Warsaw. However, as soon as he arrived and
    • revered more than anybody, not only among his contemporaries but in
    • soul of this teaching, which he held to be the greatest ever
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    • festival. Seeking souls have every reason to ask themselves:
    • Spiritual heights, and united Himself with the earth, so that every
    • children would enjoy everything connected with it, as they saw Joseph
    • display of the “manger” in almost every home. What had thus
    • humor, but with humor and reverence together. With their primitive
    • rightly attuned, so that they were able to take in everything that was
    • If we would go back several centuries we would find vast regions where
    • them, whenever they could find the right people to play the parts,
    • way. I would only hope that this strange view will never really take
    • true art was born out of a most reverent mood, a prayerful Christmas
    • were passed on by oral tradition. They were never committed to
    • that sudden reversal which was bestowed on man through the Christ
    • evolution of humanity through the Christ Event. A reversal of
    • of echo of something that was once felt in regard to this reversal of
    • By reversing the name Eva!
    • Ave is the reverse of the name Eva. When you spell
    • By reversing the name Eva!
    • secrets of human evolution. And in the reversal of the name Eva to Ave
    • present essentially everywhere.
    • nevertheless something impossible. Even so, we want to be friends of
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    • however, will penetrate to regions that will lead us nonetheless to
    • refreshment of something in him which, ever since they gained
    • namely, love. For wherever we are gathered together we are
    • wrestling soul of man wherever he may be. It meets us especially when
    • it sprang. Nevertheless, this lofty song of the Divine struck like a
    • Krishna leads us out into the storms of everyday life, into the wild
    • ideas, serving for everyday life, are sufficient for it; how little
    • unveiled, far removed from everyday affairs. Yet to that world man's
    • matter of belief, but of knowledge. We are however only at the
    • moment when in the next instant his soul is to be severed from his
    • What do we have before us? It is the world of everyday life in Greek
    • have no doubt whatever about it but becomes confused instead with the
    • they lived in connection with Gods and Divine Beings. Everything
    • lives in men of the present time. Wherever we look in those ancient
    • times we find everywhere groups of people who did not at all feel
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    • occult record it becomes ever clearer that it is really most
    • up in ever-increasing wonder to the sign that meets us in the
    • whatever path, into the spiritual worlds, even though he may have
    • for everyday living, our ordinary intellectual powers, even those of
    • everyday life. He must get away from that to which he is ordinarily
    • people generally have only where their everyday interests are
    • will everything be imperiled — man himself, the law, the whole
    • everyone who has the power to behold it will understand: His
    • thinking and consciousness. He never stops to consider that
    • everything is evolving. If he says that Krishna's exhortation, as I
    • do they honor Pythagoras as such a great man when every schoolboy and
    • because every schoolboy understands it! We see how stupid this is,
    • development in their own souls. I want to make every effort to get
    • clairvoyant. If that were true they could never become clairvoyant at
    • do you think that those of us who are not clairvoyant can never
    • understand that clairvoyance begins in something common and everyday.
    • it would be nothing but dogma. If, however, the author
    • the book how every individual man, if he reaches into the depths of
    • him the next stage, how every soul can reach that higher world if it
    • every form of dogmatism, and he does so radically. Here we come up
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    • them something altogether new, something that has never been there
    • ever-changing play of dreams.
    • careful in analyzing our dream life — and every aspiring
    • cleverness, when I was protecting my soul from the suggestions of my
    • tells him he has never had such an experience before. It brings him
    • a long time — even perhaps for several decades — then an
    • recollection of an experience in everyday life we had years ago,
    • fate and could never recall without pain and bitterness. Now
    • it at the time. Now we notice that behind our everyday consciousness
    • brought us revelations from realms into which our everyday
    • different beings from what we imagine ourselves to be in everyday
    • everyday life, and an altogether new world of inner life that can
    • spiritual worlds. One condition must be fulfilled, however, if we
    • images from our everyday life thrust so insistently into this higher
    • everyday life. If you really try to carry out the exercises I have
    • this, that you must detach your interest from your everyday life.
    • however, for all sorts of inner feelings begin coming in and make us
    • from our everyday life to arise in our dreams. They can no longer
    • everyday affairs. There are people who say they do their exercises
    • every day, morning and evening, and for hours at a time, and cannot
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    • exercises as may be practiced today. In that ancient time, however,
    • that is not only a question but an actual fact for every thoughtful
    • buy and sell and everyone is busy, but there are a few among them who
    • it came. That never happens in an ordinary market, but so it is in
    • the market of life. (Every comparison has its flaw and this one is
    • call our everyday consciousness the lowest realm. About it lies a
    • reality it is not so. On the physical plane we never see light, only
    • and earthly love of power! If one does this, one will never be able
    • good alone? Why isn't it everywhere, always?” Now we gain this
    • conviction, however, that if only the good were present the world
    • purposes of the universe. In the realm of everyday life we might do
    • we generally have no perceptions whatever in it. It is the realm
    • however, man could perceive in a still higher, still more spiritual
    • one point, however, their criticism ran absolutely wild; in fact,
    • realm, never have anything to do with sympathy and antipathy. We find
    • such truths; we never experience them in the way we gain experience
    • this concerning the two Jesus children can never be found in this
    • have been his previous incarnations. In that way you never can
    • is extinguished every night. He can only attain experience there if
    • because the way is open to every man. We have only to realize that
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    • consider a cycle familiar in everyday life, that of our waking and
    • delicate structures in the nervous system. With our every thought and
    • with every impulse of will that arises in us under the stimulus of
    • corresponding reverse process, the compensation, to take place during
    • Keller, whose intellect can nevertheless be developed. In the present
    • without seriously injuring them. It remains true, however, that the
    • in the same laws of growth as the preceding one but that nevertheless
    • There are, however,
    • never stopping halfway along any line of thinking. I have here a
    • arguments today, and people never notice their complete lack of
    • dominant thought of their age; how in Newton's time, when everything
    • Newton's time to find everywhere words like “attraction”
    • himself allows Darwinism to speak through every page of his writing.
    • the spiritual worlds, however, beings were working into man's
    • self-consciousness entered the human soul everything that could
    • them what is not bound to the physical body. They revered their
    • reverence for their castes and their ancestors. Men developed a
    • strong liking for the system of castes. In that pious reverence they
    • preparing for the future possibility for a man to say with every
    • thought, “I think,” with every feeling, “I
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    • one of the greatest creations of the human spirit, a creation that has never
    • adds, “Nevertheless, what entered the world with the revelation
    • of modern abstract thinking, however, we may have a contradiction
    • higher worlds, however, we do not perceive by means of sense organs
    • itself that Being. What it represents, however, is not the Being
    • “And now, having told thee everything, I will declare to thee
    • are told how the soul can become ever more free of the outer bodily
    • the presence of the eternal in the ever-changing flow of appearance.
    • devotion, our soul rises higher in reverence. The Yoga of the first
    • his soul. Whoever reaches this ninth song may feel this devotional
    • there he feels he must walk with reverence. Then follows the eleventh
    • be attained except in occult vision or in reverent devotion —
    • many eyes I see Thee, on every side endless in Thy Form. No end, no
    • behold in every form, I see Thee with diadem, with club and sword, a
    • mountain flaming fire, streaming forth on every side — thus do
    • imperceptibly at first, then ever more definitely, and at last quite
    • the inner impulse to perfect himself as far as ever a human soul can.
    • let us assume every soul would have developed in itself a higher
    • shone into the future like many, many rays from a single star. Every
    • outside, which men could never have reached through the forces
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    • kingdoms of nature. The point is, however, that man gains knowledge
    • within himself, however, he can only gain knowledge of that insofar
    • whatever it is that repairs in sleeping man the forces he spends in
    • surmise them. Science, however, is on the way and one day will reveal
    • nearly possible ordinarily. Everyone whose intellect is bound to the
    • philosophic dicta about “nothing,” however pretentious
    • childhood, whatever the naughtiness, obstinacy and other more or less
    • into two parts. In every human being two persons confront us —
    • forces dwell. This second man is really never there in a pure,
    • never came down in bodily form. It did not strive like ordinary human
    • clairvoyant vision. Yet it worked on mankind wherever they could meet
    • and were able to recognize the creative forces. Wherever such schools
    • form. At the moment, however, of which the
    • incarnation of that same soul that had never before lived in a human
    • body but is nevertheless a human soul, having been one in the ancient
    • are asleep in every child in their sublime purity and innocence,
    • age of man. At that time it was one with humanity, before ever the
    • history. That is not the way, however, by which this secret was
    • this truth has never yet been found in one single and complete whole
    • everybody, but I do regard it as my own personal task to say nothing
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    • of the West (not those of southern Asia), however, is altogether
    • poured out into all people. Until our time, however, these facts
    • Everything we may call
    • the East, and of India, some exceptionally clever people can be
    • found. By the whole configuration of their mind and soul, however,
    • whatever. I do not mean to say anything against it, rather I would
    • Nevertheless, when he attempts to penetrate them, untrue and
    • reverence to that climax of spiritual achievement that appears in
    • great, however, is the spread of that angel's mighty wings that the
    • content of man's soul, his everyday consciousness. His was a
    • development we are aware that we have gone downhill to our everyday
    • striving upward, from their everyday dream-consciousness. What was it
    • today. Then, everything those men did with their Yoga and the Sankhya
    • accessible to everyday consciousness.
    • the magnificent view, from that of a man who has never once seen the
    • you have the view every day you get accustomed to it. It is not in
    • severest effort of the soul. It is the soul's work that gives a thing
    • is the same, the form of expression is different. Whoever would stop
    • understand, but whoever would work his way through to the real,
    • form of consciousness escapes our everyday intelligence far more than
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    • shifted to some extent. Nevertheless, it would not have been correct
    • everything that surrounds us. These ideas are really comprehensive.
    • stars, everything he can see. He does not think about it however. He
    • his surroundings. However, when the world about him becomes so
    • objective that one can pursue it everywhere with the awareness that
    • a sattwa man. Just in that time of the Gita, however, there
    • has every materialist by the neck. This is a grotesque but an austere
    • the ideas of Solovieff, Hegel and Fichte to his revering disciples as
    • however, it is the pains of the way, that are important.
    • with the altogether different nature of our everyday world.
    • Nevertheless, for our age we have to exert ourselves, to be alive and
    • to the world — the new age would never have begun. Everything
    • him to become ever more perfect as an individual being. The Krishna
    • conditions of every kind; to comprehend oneself in the self alone,
    • that it may be borne ever onward to higher perfection. See how this
    • shell, becoming free and ever more inwardly alive in himself. Man
    • once begun, however, cannot end suddenly. The urge to
    • Every line of
    • evolution, however, works its way onward up to a certain tension. In
    • So we see how every
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    • Everything belonging to the Mysteries is founded on the experiences of
    • Everything that belongs to the Mysteries in their true nature is
    • everything that we call the nature of the Mysteries. It is not for
    • through them because in every incarnation we experience something
    • thorough preparation. I must again emphasise, however, that anyone can
    • follow through everything that has been published without risk of
    • the higher worlds, one need hardly say, is never closed, but anyone
    • Mysteries, everything in his soul-life must gradually become
    • that the Initiate could ever come to a time when he would regard
    • everyday life it is impossible not to reflect and form judgments upon
    • of such a lapse of memory as I have just mentioned. However, on the
    • life's duties in view and at the same time never forgetting that what
    • speaking, people lack sufficient perseverance for the kind of
    • incredible shock. One must prepare oneself, then, by an ever-repeated
    • follows. Every soul that wishes to attain to a certain stage of
    • must be gone through by everyone who attains to a certain stage of
    • Everything sinks down into a reality of secondary degree. A man must
    • all impressions of the senses — with everything for which the
    • are, so to speak, transparent, that he sees through everything. But at
    • progressed so far that he can see through everything, but at this
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    • about by the spiritual worlds. But everything that happens in the
    • everyday life and one will find how widespread is the quality —
    • cosmic law. Obstacles are everywhere, and even if they are not in the
    • misfortune are exposed to it at every step. Friedrich Theodor Vischer
    • ordinary world. From the experiences in the spiritual worlds, however,
    • grow”, who see everywhere the visions of the dreamer, not the
    • colours, with everything that the plant world offered to him as it
    • Earth. Something else, however, arises within him. When he looks at
    • Everyone with a mere smattering of learning knows how the Earth's
    • however, it will emerge that sunlight, sun-heat, and also the other
    • of Zarathustra and then wherever the world was developing, right on to
    • mere playing with words. One knows then that every person, when on
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    • Then, however, arises a great longing, a longing that becomes terrible
    • Cosmos, completely hidden from him is everything that could point to
    • deepest darkness and secrecy is veiled everything that has to do with
    • of the universe solved after a new manner, as it never can be on the
    • ever since primordial times, a being has always been born; but now the
    • permeates space and pours into the beings everything that has to be so
    • birth. Everything that has to be thus poured out from the spiritual
    • active there. And ever more and more did this feeling condense itself
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    • Repetition in every epoch of the earlier experiences of humanity.
    • aspirant has to apprehend the forces which rule everything that
    • souls of earthly men; and in this new life, rising to ever higher and
    • Holy Grail there stands before us everything that went into the
    • Everything that appears at a certain time in the evolution of
    • kind of repetition of what has gone before. In every later epoch the
    • Everything now had to work right into the Consciousness Soul, into
    • Arthur and his wife Guinevere. Thus in King Arthur's Round Table we
    • monsters, giants and the like. Everything that the Sentient Soul was
    • turn found legendary form in the saga of the Holy Grail. Everything
    • there was embraced everything which characterised the secrets of the
    • Everything that was undertaken by a power hostile to the Grail, and
    • and one would like to forget everything one knows from biographies of
    • aspects of the human soul in modern times. Everything brought about by
    • experienced in modern times by the Intellectual Soul. Everything that
    • Hence there will be an ever more insistent call to test the fruits of
    • very clever, says he understands these things and knows they are
    • it produces on the soul. And when a person becomes cleverer and
    • cleverer, in the sense in which it is fashionable to call people
    • clever to-day, he develops in his soul certain forces which in this
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    • was never understood by the outer world. It is destined to change the
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    • — the Evil. To the Manicheans, however, Evil is an integral part
    • himself from evil. But never yet has he passed through a crisis as
    • severe as that of the present age.
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    • There is a phenomenon of physical life which has never been explained
    • of the phenomena of Nature. If, however, we study certain
    • appears and oppresses man during his sleep. The reversed Lord's Prayer
    • indicates that in the astral world everything is reflected as in a
    • A law known to occultism is that with every new stage of evolution, an
    • is the purpose of evil? These are weighty questions which have never
    • living powers forever. The Art of today will be the Nature of tomorrow
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    • the etheric body is the builder of every living organism. In the
    • whatever!”
    • etheric body. There is a reason why this is so. Everything in the
    • astral body is ephemeral. Everything that happens in the etheric body
    • At death, the etheric and astral bodies are wholly severed from the
    • Initiator is not dogma; it is simply an impulse for development. Every
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    • adjustments and ascetic practices. Everything must run its course in
    • lies latent in every human being. The astral body is faced with
    • everything. Even in crime and in seeming absurdity there is some
    • (5) Confidence. The mind must be open to every new phenomenon. We must
    • never allow our judgments to be determined by the past.
    • everything is a symbolic image of reality is acquired. This astral
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    • Gospel was never regarded or read merely as a gem of literature. It
    • man began to drink wine, however, the knowledge of re-incarnation
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    • remain aloof when everything is tumbling about our ears, to say
    • is why the disciple must sink himself in every other being and
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    • everything is confused and chaotic.
    • The first thing to realise is that in the astral world, everything
    • destroyed. In the astral world, every feeling, every idea is a visible
    • the power which he acquires by taking the vital force of everything
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    • is made up of desires. Every human aura has its own individual shades
    • own aura reversed, as it were, the outer as the inner, the inner as
    • is that whenever man develops one of the virtues, he unfolds a new
    • Everything in the world develops according to twelve different
    • Each of these figures, together with everything around them,
    • symmetrical parts, however, have not the same value. Why is man
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    • states of the life of soul and Spirit. Devachan is everywhere present;
    • Runic scripts — every letter of which has ideographic meaning
    • however, were abandoned from the beginning.
    • When the Initiate has penetrated into Devachan, however, he finds that
    • everything is reversed as in a photographic negative. The soul of
    • gestures, acts and thoughts. Everything that happens on Earth
    • reverberates in colours, light and sound. Whether it be in sleep or
    • the events of the world. Everything that passes through the astral
    • reverse. We know that matter can pass through the most solid to the
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    • South of Asia and the North of Australia are, nevertheless, evidences
    • through all and every form of evolution. But with this power alone, it
    • something new, something never seen before. Such, for instance, is the
    • flash the form of a statue before his inner eye. He has never seen a
    • bliss in the work of creation exists at every stage of cosmic life,
    • In every age these three Divine principles have been represented in
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture XIV: The Logos and Man
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    • only his finger. It could have no conception whatever of the organism
    • penetrate to the heart of everything we encounter. Astral
    • resemblance whatever with physical consciousness, into which nothing
    • shutting-off had not taken place, man could never have said
    • Ages taught their disciples to revere the chastity of the mineral,
    • of the several minerals are living in Devachan, we can say equally
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    • sky, nor to any other planet that astronomy might ever discover. The
    • may be said of every sense-organ.
    • the hands of the Gods. But ever since man began to exercise control
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    • would never have been able to be active in evolution had they not
    • At this time of evolution everything was pure solar life. Occultism
    • physical bodies of everything that lives at the surface. This crust is
    • cube and now picture it reversed inasmuch as its substance is
    • which decomposes everything that is reflected in it and brings to
    • 8) In this layer everything appears fragmented and reproduced to
    • everything which among human beings is good and worthy. The activity
    • magnetically acts on this layer and disrupts it. Nevertheless, when
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    • There are seven mysteries of life which up till now have never been
    • He came to Earth the Christ has lived in the depths of every human
    • material world. At every moment of life karma represents something
    • like a balance sheet, an exact statement of debit and credit. By every
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    • as it was revealed in the Divine Personality of Christ. But in every
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    • familiar with spiritual science. It would, however, take us
    • too far out of our way if we went into everything unfamiliar
    • everyone who immerses himself in the writings of the New
    • “clever”, became “enlightened”,
    • stage of the “clever” ones, the second stage.
    • sick, he has gone through everything from death to
    • several years in a modern European initiation — because
    • forces, and rises up to the words of truth. Every truth has
    • has however this meaning: The knowledge, the Word which
    • because it was ever with God, because it is the very essence
    • however, still another way of understanding this, and one
    • everyone who sleeps. But the darkness comprehended it not
    • every single man there lives a divine man. In the distant
    • future this divine man will arise resurrected in every man.
    • ancestor. However, everything within the child expresses
    • however, John only understood once his higher self had
    • experienced it on the astral plane. However it will gradually
    • exists in every man. This is the deep inner experience of
    • Everything appears reversed on the astral plane. Even time is
    • reversed. When you follow someone on the astral plane you
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    • initiation of a man into the spiritual world. Every sentence
    • know this does not have any influence. When however, a person
    • the effort not to be swayed to and fro by every feeling, be
    • everyone. However what, in the old days, was a process
    • if covered with a veil. Everything around has lost its old
    • Everything pertaining to this planet becomes the body of the
    • for ever and for aye.
    • vanishes, and every doubt disappears, if one knows that what
    • is written is to be lived through and through. Every line can
    • everything took place knows that he speaks the truth and says
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    • a script engraved by life, so that every sentence re-lived,
    • all times, ever since there were men as we know them on
    • reach a certain comprehension. Everyone has a higher self,
    • further. He identified himself with ever larger groupings of
    • this grade signify? For him everything individual has
    • embryonic stage one can never be ready to be born. Those who
    • birth and death ever and again, until he has gained his full
    • realise that everything we do by means of our eyes, ears and
    • looked at in this way, the ordinary, everyday life must be
    • the transfiguration. It is, however, not in the John Gospel.
    • abideth for ever, and how sayest thou: the Son of Man must be
    • did not know how to use the forces of nature in everyday
    • Gospel, everything is already prepared. The preparatory scene
    • go deeper and deeper into the religious texts and never
    • this it sounds forced. But every step that leads you deeper
    • attitude of reverence that we can bring to religious
    • reverence is of the utmost importance, for it will become
    • world. There, he exerts his mastery in everyday work over the
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    • to everyone. It used to be taught only in small, intimate groups, and
    • teachings were obliged to undergo severe tests and trials to prove their
    • constituent part of all of them. Nowadays, however, we hear of a conflict
    • led to the making public of this knowledge, however, was the invention
    • science has always been to unravel the riddle of man. Everything said
    • things which you can see and touch; every stone is after all a physical
    • development of what is dormant in every human being. It is rather like
    • is that not everyone born blind can be successfully operated on, whereas
    • everyone can develop the spiritual senses if he has the necessary patience
    • enough in everyday life when our attention is diverted from an object so
    • involuntarily every day when we are wholly absorbed in something.
    • physical body by the strength of his own will. The gap left will, however,
    • than young peach blossom. We never see an etheric body if we “suggest
    • The astral body is the seat of everything we know as desire, passion,
    • movement. Within this cloud or aura the Initiate sees every desire, every
    • to the seer in a peculiar form. When he studies the astral body, everything
    • Every human being has
    • Whatever part of the astral
    • In every human being four
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    • light and sound are for ever closed to her, she retains an impressive
    • “I shall never be able to see the world with my own eyes.”
    • But every normal person can say to himself: “I shall be able to
    • The spiritual eyes and ears of everyone can be opened, if he brings
    • enough patience and perseverance to the task.
    • in every person, if he has the necessary energy and patience. Everyone,
    • The three worlds are wherever we ourselves are, only we do not yet see
    • characterised. Everyone is familiar with it and with the physical laws
    • reversed, in a sort of mirror-reflection, and he has to get used to
    • seeing everything in a new way. For instance, he has to learn to read
    • but in the astral world we have to read them backwards as 543. Everything
    • of the objects around you. Everything that comes out of you seems to
    • how prophecy is possible — if it were not for this reversal of the
    • All such images appear in the astral world reversed. Scholars attribute
    • foundation we can never make morality our own. People often say: Why
    • a saying which can now be made known: In the astral world, every lie
    • “You don't have to pay for your thoughts.” Every thought
    • and every feeling is a reality, and if I let myself think that someone
    • would. I repeat: every thought and every feeling is a reality, and for
    • every lie is an act of murder. Every spoken truth creates a life-promoting
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    • At such moments everything that has been inscribed on the etheric body
    • depends entirely on his senses. Let us think away everything that comes
    • we are parted from all our physical organs, from everything that normally
    • fills our daytime consciousness and enlivens the soul, from everything
    • or instrument for satisfying it. It has to feel deprived of everything,
    • to pause at every event and learn how to wean himself from his dependence
    • on the physical and material. He also relives everything he enjoyed in
    • when he finds himself without a body is unspeakably severe.
    • hard for everyone. If a man has been less dependent on material pleasures,
    • he naturally finds the loss of his body easier to endure. Even he, however,
    • I ever caused to other beings I now have to live through in my own soul.
    • In the Middle Ages no one would have ever dreamt of destroying life in
    • understand it, but we should never excuse or justify it. The consequences
    • that he inflicted on animals. His soul is drawn into every pain he caused.
    • was false but that she was very sorry ever to have taught it. This may
    • own astral corpse still in existence, containing everything that had
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    • be there. Think how quickly the Earth is developing in every respect:
    • the sacred Bull Apis (Taurus) was revered in Egypt and the Mithras
    • Ram in Asia beyond the sea. The lamb was so highly revered that in due
    • of their reverence the heavenly sign in which the vernal Sun appeared.
    • new strength to the Sun and was felt to be worthy of particular reverence.
    • We must remember, however,
    • a change from male to female at every seventh incarnation. The experiences
    • and etheric bodies; these belong to him permanently and he never loses
    • everything is seen as though in a photographic negative. Everything
    • physical that has ever existed on this Earth, whether as mineral, plant
    • or animal, and everything physical that still exists, appears as a
    • interval since his last incarnation, however, new conditions have arisen,
    • concerned only with himself. Everything he does is done in full
    • everything to act on them from outside. Eye, ear and so on have to wait
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    • continental, where everything physical is spread out in negative, but
    • in everything, can be truly practised; for the universal life, common
    • not even any tools. Everything existed in the form given to it by gods,
    • set into the midst of it all. Now, however, most of our surroundings
    • body. There can never be complete harmony. This is the reason for the
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VI: The Upbringing of Children. Karma.
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    • the etheric and astral bodies quite unmolested and to rely on everything
    • are significant, and everything a child sees or hears affects him in
    • terms of his sense-organs. The sense-organs, however, are not influenced
    • every care to develop these features; we must influence a child's
    • habits, his memory, everything which will give his character a firm
    • arises from the chrysalis to a new life. Everywhere in nature we can
    • the twenty-fourth year, when everything around him can teach a person
    • No, it gives us strength and confidence at every stage in life, and
    • everyone recognises, and it is this great natural law of cause and effect
    • the same law holds everywhere. Animals gradually lose their eyesight
    • poverty and misery; my abilities may be very limited; yet whatever I
    • do must produce its effect, and whatever I accomplish now, by way of
    • become sheer fatalists! If we are responsible for whatever happens to
    • may have done in this life will have its effect, and so will everything
    • does not say that since every new transaction upsets his balance, he
    • the law of karma. However firmly I believe in the law of karma, there
    • ascribes everything to self-redemption. You say a man must work out
    • by the law of karma His work of redemption will be available for everyone.
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    • our physical body and on everything connected with it. Our external
    • he will be born with a special predilection for everything that reminds
    • will be taken away from him and would like to keep everything under
    • anything else. If, however, a man has learnt a great deal from experience
    • use anyone as a means to an end but has to treat everyone as an end
    • fit everyone for a particular caste in the next life. The development
    • to influence our etheric body for the next life? Everything done to
    • develop the etheric body produces a result, however slowly, and education
    • can take pains to instil quite specific habits. Whatever the etheric
    • clever liberal theologians began to expound the sources, each in his own
    • Then there was a third stage: that of the people who took everything
    • some will always be cleverer at it than others. But there is also a
    • everything literally because through his spiritual knowledge he can see
    • illness would never have appeared. The occult teacher knows that if this
    • environment but would receive from everything around them a sensation
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    • at a primitive stage would eat everything indiscriminately, but when he
    • however strange it may sound, is not mere theory or speculation, but
    • surrounds us: this means that man at one time contained everything within
    • subjective. Everything had its origin in man. Our dreams are still a
    • We as human beings have made everything, and in the rest of creation
    • no limits to knowledge, for man can find, in everything he sees around
    • at from one side only. Everything which appears to us in one condition
    • physical world of the senses, you will never understand illness, or the
    • several particular questions about karma which are often asked. What is
    • for a karmic adjustment. This does not produce a never-ending karmic
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    • thigh-bone. Every single bone is so artistically structured and wisely
    • for the heart, yet the heart often has to cope with them every day,
    • and in spite of everything it keeps going. It is constructed so durably
    • this law. The Earth, with everything that is on it, has passed through
    • Manvantara. However, the names Saturn, Sun and Moon do not signify the
    • to it are metamorphosed with it. Man has never been on any other planet,
    • In the meantime, however, man had gained the power to separate something
    • in everything, but it has to work its way up through these three stages;
    • grew the plant kingdom, as it then was. These plants, however, were
    • warmth, but he would never have acquired warm blood, for there is iron
    • possible for these truths to be kept ever and again in mind.
    • and how the most ordinary everyday things are linked with the most
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    • by air. This spirit-atmosphere contained everything which today constitutes
    • body, however, the astral body had as yet no independent existence:
    • solid mineral forms appeared. Previously, everything had been etheric,
    • Manasaputra. With every breath, man slowly took in Manas, Buddhi and Atma,
    • Luciferic beings, everything would have come to man as a gift from the
    • At the same time, however,
    • the main groups passed through Ireland and Europe to Asia; everywhere
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    • directions for a moral way of life, with everything laid down in the
    • is brewing. Everywhere he can hear his God speaking, and the lesson
    • Maya. Whereas the Atlantean could still discern the Godhead in every
    • In every approach to the Godhead there was still a dreamlike element.
    • The Indian turned away from everything external and looked for the higher
    • a great wisdom governing all natural processes; that everything happened
    • behind every constellation was a divine Being which gave it life. Thus
    • need only remind ourselves that on the astral plane everything appears
    • reversed. The Ptolemaic system holds good for the astral plane, the
    • everything else in the world. It is the form of the divine Spirit, but
    • truth where he now stands. Everyone has to learn for himself, and thus
    • we shall become tolerant towards every form of truth. We come to a better
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    • But he must always realise that everything there is symbolical.
    • by all sorts of images, and you could never be sure that a given image
    • will find that a given passion is always represented for everyone by
    • have to speak to us in pictures. Everything narrated from the Akashic
    • of Devachan, the Music of the Spheres. Everything speaks forth its own
    • exercises of meditation and concentration at a chosen time every morning.
    • events of the day in reverse order. If he can bring in further
    • course in harmony with the laws of the world. Everything in the system
    • This means preventing, at least for a short time every day, all sorts
    • action. You must compel yourself to some action, however trivial,
    • or his artistic sensibility can never go through occult development.
    • prejudice. This, the fourth characteristic, sees good in everything
    • will look everywhere for the good and the positive, and you will find
    • it everywhere. This has a powerful effect on the physical and etheric
    • from its ordinary meaning. During occult development you must never
    • hitherto, so that you can meet every new experience with new faith.
    • far as to have faith in everything that happens in the world; otherwise
    • to his Guru, who must even advise him on every action he may take. This
    • Jesus Himself, for everyone. The feeling of belonging to Christ Jesus,
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    • fulfil everything that the Christian religion prescribes for the laity
    • can be observed in our civilisation is another matter. Every killing,
    • plane, where to lie is to kill and every lie is a murder. Lying therefore
    • meet the needs of my spirit, as everyone else does. I do not desire it,
    • all observances that could draw human beings together; every form that
    • Even the most liberal-minded, whatever they may say to the contrary,
    • burden lawyers, doctors and so on. Every university professor teaches his
    • But as soon as these were lost, the colony would collapse, for every
    • poison; and this means that with every breath we draw we are dealing death
    • this does not happen, for in plants the breathing process is the reverse
    • is something one has only to recognise, for every man has seen it. It is
    • something which everyone holds in his hand for part of almost every day,
    • everywhere. Yet this strange expression is literally true.
    • if only for a short period. With every rhythmical exhalation the air
    • done and can rectify mistakes at every step. But in Christian training
    • something we merely believe. Whoever has absorbed it in the right way
    • live for five minutes solely in these sentences, with everything else
    • years with absolute patience and perseverance, you will find that these
    • through these words, so that everything in St. John's Gospel can be
    • expense we have been able to rise, must be present everywhere in the
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    • but practically, so that they become part of his everyday life. There are
    • self-knowledge? It consists in the recognition of our everyday self, of
    • whenever you have five minutes for it. You must start from the principle
    • needs to be supplemented by careful deliberation. Every quality has
    • that someone is very clever. If he displays his cleverness in the company
    • of people who are not so clever, his behaviour will be very ill-timed; he
    • and the moon, in a stone or an animal: everywhere can be found the same
    • the higher self is everywhere outside, and that his own higher self is
    • which sees in everything a revelation of the Divine. Everything material
    • it in the light of Goethe's saying: “Everything transitory
    • into the life of the soul. Everything must become for us a symbol in
    • an evolutionary stage is the vortex. These vortices exist everywhere
    • letter M. Every letter of the alphabet can be traced back to an occult
    • body, and warm blood to the Ego. In fact every one of man's organs,
    • that you will see how man is related to everything that happens on
    • everything that the individual can achieve through occult training. But
    • This substance is full of exuberant energy. Every little part of it
    • everything lying above it and gazes down directly into this layer, and
    • appears as red; every colour appears as its complementary opposite.
    • A polaric reflection arises, a reversal of the original. Sorrow would
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    • movement must not be allowed to become an area where everything is
    • the Goetheanum will handle with extreme seriousness whatever is going
    • a healthy person. With the sick, perhaps severely sick individuals,
    • But I have never yet found a book on pastoral medicine that did not
    • receiving communion while recovering from a severe illness. Looking
    • every instance we are going beyond what the person has normally in
    • everyday life, whether it is taking of nourishment, or exposure to
    • light and air, or exposure to soul influences. In every circumstance
    • what the person had permitted in his or her own everyday relation to
    • measure is. Such intervention never occurs in such a direct way in
    • patient has a fever. If you were to apply the same therapy to a
    • so in every single therapeutic measure. And it is the specific
    • say, a fever is suddenly lowered by some therapeutic means. In this
    • they are done right — are never allowed to contain any element
    • pastoral medicine course is going to present: that everything be
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    • possibly be to a philistine! And whatever deviated from this type was
    • insight that every pathological characteristic also expresses itself
    • a true understanding of the human being. However, I am convinced that
    • properly into the external senses, and therefore, every now and then,
    • cases said to be severely mentally retarded individuals. They are
    • consider themselves very clever, but even thoroughly educated priests
    • every other area of their life they behave in such a way that one
    • everything will be given them through grace and they must wait. They
    • in bourgeois everyday life, these people become really insane, and
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    • abnormal conditions do not have such meanings in our everyday speech.
    • in every detail. They tell how when it comes upon them they are
    • that can never happen in ordinary consciousness: in half-waking or
    • bodies. This is never the case in normal consciousness: there, all
    • conscious experience to you by pushing in every direction, in a
    • body in every direction, to all sides. The physical body pushes back,
    • optical experience. This happens similarly with every other sense
    • accustomed to meet here and there in everyday life. And for
    • everything that is perceived at any given moment in the whole world.
    • worse. For you must remember: a decision of free will is at every
    • strongly in every direction. If there's an angel in every human,
    • will never be able to call human beings free, for by their very
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    • in the course of every seven or eight years a person pushes off all
    • were correct, we would have new teeth every seven years. We get new
    • over, veiled, by the physical material of the tree. Everywhere in the
    • quite different to a child than to an adult. This fact is never
    • that is working? In reality, whatever has to do with an ego nature.
    • toward the intellect. Whoever has an eye for it can see the greatest
    • move from the sun sphere — in which, however, we also still
    • Obviously everything
    • as intensity is concerned. But therefore in reverse, the tempo is
    • begin to work in the area of soul and spirit. Whoever has insight can
    • twenties. Then the world becomes severe. It no longer wants to work
    • die at twenty-eight. It is true. Whoever sees humanity's relation to
    • the world, whoever looks consciously out into the world, must say,
    • when we no longer build our growth out of cosmic forces. Whatever we
    • between these things is not easily seen. In every moment of life a
    • toward it or from it. Whatever is happening in us is a striving
    • scales, the law of leverage. You can carry the scales around; their
    • relation remains the same everywhere, subject always to those
    • mechanical laws wherever you take them — except at this point.
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    • encounter in everyday life. So they are already interesting in the
    • desire to tell everything. It is a memory in which, when one studies
    • impressions but brings out every possible gem from his speech
    • however, by some instant therapy, but in the following way. With
    • abnormal is to be noticed. Everyone loves to see how clever these
    • children are, how frightfully clever, what clever answers they can
    • this clever answering between the seventh and the fourteenth year.
    • The children who are so excessively clever at this age are receiving
    • tenth, eleventh year. We observe the abnormal cleverness and are
    • us in those early years by premature cleverness, it is a matter of
    • characterization, we will make several detailed suggestions of what
    • Every possible organ has excess astrality that could not unite
    • organs. Then this is reversed: the upper organs lose the memory
    • stream they remember everything that occurs when they are in the one
    • And they never know in one condition of consciousness any of the
    • excessive degree to everything from the other side, the side of the
    • — eating food, digesting food, moving about in whatever way
    • degree. Here we have to do with everything that is a pathological
    • states, with what in everyday life is called idiocy, while the
    • excessive cleverness, but rather an unusual desire to learn things
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    • human being in everyday life on this earth. Only then will they be
    • evolution a complete reversal has taken place in the conception of
    • fashion. The new belief said that every sin can be traced to illness.
    • In this respect they have advanced quite a little. Clever,
    • people who have now reached this last view (not everyone today admits
    • teachings include a great reverence and love for animals; they extend
    • later life he tortured domestic animals in every possible way to an
    • relate himself to them completely; he had a fine sense for everything
    • his earlier life everything he had experienced of the oriental
    • fantastic atonement. But the atonement has to be still more severe.
    • through pleasure, through the kindness he receives on every side
    • is a thorough philistine, that on every page you read commonplace
    • anthroposophical understanding. To transform everything in life and
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    • would never attain an understanding of the human being. Certainly it
    • explores whatever can have the slightest relevance to it. But one
    • body from every direction. With modern science we follow these
    • natural science. My respect has never changed. Never at any time
    • far in the past, we encounter the most severe conflicts if we want to
    • be in accord with it. Spiritual science would never choose to be in
    • element of air, in everything that is air within us. We have a
    • called water, when everything that was fluid was called water. We can
    • science will surely encounter riddles everywhere, because it is not
    • can't build the house. He can't possibly build the house. Everything
    • ground up and reject it. It does not have to be rejected. Every piece
    • that in earlier epochs was called earth, the name for everything in
    • everything that is above: within, it manifests as thinking, but
    • everything that has not yet become blood; we see in it also the
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    • must go out beyond humanity. For everywhere humanity stands in some
    • the world, microcosm and macrocosm. For we would find that everything
    • of the year, even beyond the year. And we would find that everything
    • observant will never see the root other than striving downward into
    • working everywhere counter to the Venus and Mercury forces: namely,
    • what lies in the astral body and ego, one would never reach the sun,
    • similar. Now one understands how in ordinary everyday consciousness
    • us during the day, spirit is also entering us. Through every sense
    • every sense perception that streams into us. It is indeed the spirit
    • of the sun, or the spirits of the sun. The sun is present in every
    • not realize that the sun-being streams into us with every sense
    • lymph is, the place where everything is alive and active that has not
    • the sun into humans and into everything that wants to sprout and grow
    • everything physical to germinate and sprout and grow, everything that
    • can be beneficial to humans in every way when they value it. This is
    • every direction. The sun activity that is uniting here with the moon
    • everyday earth-life leads the lower forces up to the higher.
    • stars everywhere. If we look within the human being, the sun, moon,
    • way that human beings perceive in everyday physical life the
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    • sleep condition. Normally, however, even during sleep the catabolic
    • — that whenever one penetrates to reality, one finds it has two
    • but they will never know why
    • it helps — because they will never know just where the spirit
    • using those terms, but who nevertheless illustrate what I have been
    • has often been described to the general public, and every initiate
    • dreams. And then, as every initiate knows, we observe that the dreams
    • reverse process of nature. But now suppose the person is outside the
    • For whoever really looks at life can catch a view of illness
    • everywhere. In the simplest form of everyday life that has deviated
    • spiritual world, in everything that will help their ego and astral
    • the human soul manifests in this regard in everyday life. For the
    • Everything in this relation depends upon the priest's celebrating the
    • sacraments with such an attitude. Everything depends upon our
    • together!” Well, indeed, everything in these last decades has
    • joining together, but they've never yet got anything real for a
    • bodies, whatever our waking condition may be. Also, truly, for those
    • realized, is that one does not ever becomes a materialist if one is
    • more strongly than ever.
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    • that from every possible center, whatever it may be called, all kinds
    • seeds are strewn in every direction of something that in earlier
    • every possible kind of instruction today with this intent —
    • decline, that the tendency everywhere is to try to reach out beyond
    • upward and downward, with respect to many phenomena. Everywhere in
    • Taurus and the constellation of Pisces. Every year the place where
    • happens approximately every 25,920 years. There we have found a
    • the connection of our ego — which we can feel in every
    • the cosmic year. Everything that is of any importance for the human
    • Every time we go to sleep we not only breathe carbon dioxide out, but
    • superficial observation that everything that enters the human being
    • we can point out that everything that works as cold, everything of a
    • nerve-sense organization. Everything of a summer nature, everything
    • it everything summery. If we look at our nerve-sense functions, we
    • can see that we carry in them everything we receive out of the
    • number, and weight. Everything is wonderfully ordered — but it
    • “approximately.” For our human calculation never comes
    • in everything, they are alive and active, everything
    • Something is there so that however profound our awe may be, even as
    • telescope, then after seeing everything he would say, “Yes, I
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    • was strong even in normally healthy persons, was related for every
    • earth had been physicians or priests. The first need of every human
    • However, at this present time they can be renewed. Indeed that
    • called “water”; everything gaseous, which was called
    • “air”; and everything to do with “warmth,”
    • everyone gave, which presented the second step for them, was this:
    • infinity. Therefore everything in olden times that was either illness
    • theologians, the two paths seem to have no connection whatever. There
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    • movement must not be allowed to become an area where everything is
    • the Goetheanum will handle with extreme seriousness whatever is going
    • a healthy person. With the sick, perhaps severely sick individuals,
    • But I have never yet found a book on pastoral medicine that did not
    • receiving communion while recovering from a severe illness. Looking
    • every instance we are going beyond what the person has normally in